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The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. n A BLUE MARK HERE mrnn tlmt your hm exnlml Konrw promptly if you wnnt tho pnper to rome tnyounftertliln montli tt ivBftlstng is the Team that Pulls the Commercial jr.BT TAPr.R HO. 6 VOLUME 60 IN WESTERN KENTUCKY Crease thB Rxles of Your Uagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1908. . WHOLE NO. 2404 ESTABLISHED IH THE TEAR 1830 ifcytye Story of 5l?e Si before. The people fled hither and yon, supposing that there was less danger at a distance from the river, which was boiling, foaming and rearing terrifllcally. Men, women and children gave up in despair, some praying and others fainting, so great was their fear. "There were lignt shocks each day until January 23, 1812, when one as hard as the first occurred, followed by the same phenomena. From this time until Februray 4 the earth was in continual agitation, visibly waving as a gentle sea. That day a shock, almost as severe as the others, that it was called "the hard shock." The earth was transformed into total darkness and the chickens went back to roost, the cows mooed and the frightened horses pitifully neighed. At first the Mississippi river seemed to recede from its banks, and its waters, gathering up like a mountain, leaving for a short period of time many boats which were passing down the river, on the bottom of the river during which time the crews escaped to land in safety. The river rose 10 to IS feet perpendicularly, expanding, as it were, at d the same time the banks were with a retrograde current. The river falling immediately, re. ceded within its banks again with such violence that it took with it ever-flowe- How the Awful Antics of Nature in 1811 Horrified Early Settlers, and Its Final Consummation, Told by an f Reelfoot lale Eye-Witne- ss 77ie IjAc Remains of a Virgin forest dire or 45 Appears To-da- y, the Most Unique of alt Lakes. vtstoie. ot lve miles from Hickman is of the late horrible visitation of ly the most interesting body providence, and the sinking of Reel-foLake, in this section. ler in existence. It is intereit- "The morning of December IS, h from a standpoint of origin appearance today, lhere 1811, was cloudy and a dense fog prevailed, and towards nightfall the ther like it. ' following letter, written in heavens showed signs of distress. to the Rev. Lorenzo Dow, On the following morning, the 16th, ake of 1811 and the conse- sinking of Reelfoot Lake. the country over for its ity as a fishing and hunting was recently found among letters. As will be sien days it took weeks and es months to receive .a letter Veing mailed. The article especially interesting now, .of the recent decision of the rts of West Tennessee detain parties, who claimed ; purcnaiea me inc ' drain Reelfoot Lake and th soil underneath into The letter is as follows : Brother: I have just kind letter, written e or four weeks ago, re- me to giye you a discretion re-o- ur lly describing the horrible about J o'clock a. m., we felt the shock of an earthquake, accompanied by a rumbling noise resembling the distant firing of a cannon, which was followed in a few minutes by the complete saturation of the atwith sulphurous vapor. mosphere The moon was shining brilliantly, but the sulphurous vapor caused the earth to be wrapped in absolute darkness. The wailing inhabitants, the stampede of the fowls and beast, the noise of falling timber, the roaring of the Mississippi, the current of which was retrograded for a few minutes formed a scene too appalling- to conceive of. Then until daylight a number of lighter shocks occurred, one that was more violent and severe than the first one, and the terrot which prevailed. after the first shock was now even worse than whole groves of young cottonwood trees and much cattle and stock. "A great many fish were left on the banks, being unable to keep up with the water, and an old canoe, antique in construction, was washed ashore. The river was a mass of floating wrecks cf boats, and it is said that one was wrecked in which there was a lady and six children, all of whom were lost. "In the hard shocks described th,e earth was horrible lacerated the surface was from time to time covered over of uneven depths by the sand which issued from the fissures, Tnerc were two the past winter, which were made in great numbers all over the country, some of which closed up immediately after they had vomited forth their sand and water. In many places, how.ver, there was a substance resembling coal thrown up with the sand. It is Impossible to say what the depth of the fissures or irregular breaks were. The fite of New Madrid, Missouri, was settled down at least 15 feet, and not more than half a mile below that town there does not appear to be any alteration of the river, but back from the river a short distance the numerous large ponds or lakes, which covered a greater part of 'the country, were totally dried up. The beds of some of them bulge above their former Walnut Log Hotel In Keeping With its Rustic Surroundings. banks several feet. The Only Hostelry on This End of the Lake. 'The most remarkable feature of all the entire disturbances which tops cf the trees can be seen. much more severe than we have was not generally known for some the The lake runs north and south, and felt them for several years before. discovemonths afterwards was the ry of a huge lake on the Tennessee each end has a neck shape, widening Since then, however, they are lightside of the Mississippi, upward of 35 out about the center, or nearer the er than ever, and as the months and to northern terminus than the center. years pass the inhabitants are bemiles long and from miles in width. This lake The water in it does not seem to rise coming more reconciled to the sureight was later called Reelfoot Lake. or lower to any marked degree, and roundings. "One circumstance worthy of There are places in it the bottom the lake is destined to Decome the of which has never been found, great hunting and fishing resort of mention is : This section was once subject to severe thunder, but for a though many efforts have been made the West. to ascertain the debth of these "It is said that where this lake long time previous to the first was formed was formerly the In- shocks there was no thunder at all place. "The lake has communication dians' hunting grounds and also and but very little since. have now complied with your with the Mississippi river at both where they held their annual war ends, and it is conjectured that it dances ; but since the terrible visita- request for a description ot the will not be many years before the tion of the earthquake it is a rare earthquake imperfect, it is true, but one ventures in that just as it occurred to the best of principal part, if not the whole, of thing that the Mississippi will pass that way. vicinity. By some method, known my memory. If you will come out In the last year or so an herb, re- only to themselves, they marked a here, you and myself will take a. sembling moss, has literally covered warning on the trees for other In- two or three days' tour of inspection of the county most affected by the the surface of the lake, and during dians to keep. away. earthquakes, and especially of the: the winter months wild fowls, such "Most of those who fled from as'i'ucks, geese, cranes, etc., winter vicinity during the hard shocks the lake I have described in the foregohave ing. Doubtless .it has not a parallel! 'on the lake and eat this moss as returned, but always become greatly in history, and in my mind is the food. Peer and other animals seem alarmed at the slightest trembling wonder of the age. to enjoy it. of the earth. We have since their "Respectifully yours, "It is said that where the lake commencement, in 1811, and occas"E. Bryant. was formed was a vast area of fine ionally, feel light shocks. Hardly timbered lands, and in place only a week passes but we feel one. "New Madrid, Missouri." one-half N 'I If You Don't Object to Saving Money Attend Smith & Amberg's Big lent Tax List 1907 v Tom Villon, tarsal July 6t (WHITB) Mid-Seas- on Clearing Sale' , PRICES CRACKED ON EVERYTHING Faulkner Will Faulkner J B Gray Arthur non res Bph. 1 1 50 Malone Jerry non res 50 Moore EH 5Q SO 26 " 5.0, SO 5,0 1 Mathisfi'E ... W( Jr., City. Gardner. non res Q non res tt non res non res M H WS iJH , 9 C non rps non res Jeff irence fm non res it John w John non res ..SI 50 1 50 1 50 1 50 A 50 1 50 1 50 1 50 1 50 1 50 1 50 1 50 1 50 1 50 .1 50 1 50 Qraves J W Grigsby R G Grissom W E., Holland Monroe non res Haynes S W non res Hale John Higgtns Wm Holcombe Harry Haskins J W non res Halfprd J W non res : ,i. Harris D D Ha'vnes Loh Hill W E , Hart Tom : IPM 0 thus IC .... nofu res pes non res Inman E L non res Johnson W T Jordan George Johnson W M Johnson GW.: 1 5Q Johnson I p Johnson W P. o Jones J G 1 1 50 Kirby James non res 1 50 Kirk T W non res so King E L, non res King D, McCuan H. E , I 5 Moor.e A 8 50 Mooney Counts non res 1 SO Moore J M 1 50 Naylor Eugene non res 1 50 Newton H E 1 50 Neugent J S 1 50 Neugent A T 1 50 Odell L M 1 50 Overtou J B. non re?,....... X 50 Qwens W, E ,H , I 50 Parker S B non re -- ..1 50 Powell W E non res 1 50 Puckett J 1 50 Roper R D non res 1 50 Rudd C T 1 50 Roberts T G .l 50 Ray John E.?, ISO Red jqe....r.....'.'...'....' 50 50 50 50 1 SO 1 1 1 Wright G S Williams J W Woodward H E,ww West O D.v...v Whito partis White B , l 1 1 1 1 1 a 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 King Jeff Lucas A J Lowry Sidney McGhee Jim Martin Allen 1 1 ;.- 50 50,. SO -l ; 1 50 50- - COLORED 150 ..1 50 1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 Anderson Joe non res Alge Hays Brown Tom Brown Dick w Bagsby Bob non rcw,,.; Brown Henry,. Baalara Sain ,,Boyd 1 1 ISO 1 1 Martin Jack Mosely Prince non res Merriwether Robert.1. Merrlwether Lem McCollum Will Maddox Arthur M 2 IS 50 S0 50. I m SO 1 Sf 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Jack Carter Bonnelt dead No name on tax book Coleman Milton Cox Jim McGhee LonnJe McGhee Louis Mitchell John non res,... Nailing B B Sr non res Nailing B B Jr non res 50' SO 3 1 SO1 50 1 SO 1 SO 1 M....2 44 1 Parker Manuel .1 $? 50 50 50 .1 50 w 50 Rice Dan 50 Carr Will Cawthen ...,...,...( 50 lober'ts R . v-H- .....,.,',... RagsdaleW D 1 1 150 2 44 1 1 50 50 50 50 5Q ..,.,... 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NuvotfUottliea, Tetnn, tuj.V 50 " II U lUuii liter hud chilli una feve, r tpt threw Ingram W W ythluic thut Jackson Will 88 yearn, tw coulii nut lluj, uuuld lielp,ber llerbluu. 11U 50 wlfo wlU V9vep liuuau without It, urnl Jones Ed 5Q yiinliut Mty loo much lor It." 1'rloo BX). Jones Dave Haiti by OuukIII'h Drug More, Inc., uliU 50 lleliu HIUmiu. Keys Christy n Forrest Chas Freeman Bob Franklin J M Ferrell Sam Fuqua Albert w George Ed ,.........t. Gardner Richard, w 1 50 150 Shofner Arthur 1 50 1 50 Simms Albert non res 1 50 SUphens Silas 1 50 1 SO. 1 50 Stephens Roger 1 50 Smith Mort ..1 50 1 50 Smith R S ....l 50 1 501 50 Talley Doc 1 50-1 50 Towers Mose non re&..w 1 CO 1 50 Taylor Ed 1 5& ;, 1 50 Thomas BeU.M ..1 50 ...! 50 Thompson Sam 1 50 1 40 Thorophson Will 1 50 50 Walker George 1 50 Williams Remus ,.l 50 I 50 1 50 Williams Henry 1 50 1 50 Winston Jude 1 50 Wright Wallace 5Q, 1 50 Williams Elgin 50 50 Winston James .......w,sMS0 .&jflT50 SO Wiley Coleman 21 25-- . 1.50 Wynn & Martin. - 1 ..1 ,,,1 .1 f3 1 THE HICKMAN COURIER Covers Wcitsrn Kentucky Llk Hi Otw" W. 0. BPEEIt and J. 0. SEXTON, diton and Proprietors. BRYAN NOMINATED ON FIRST BALLOT dress of Congressman Henry D. Clayton of Alabama, permanent chairman of the contention. When tho session opened tonight every formality of organlratlon had been completed and the decks were clear for the supreme work of adapting the platform and naming the candidates. Tho scenes within the convention amphitheater today related those of pre vious days In the magnitude nf the gathering and the eager enthusiasm of the were frequent demonThere throngs. strations as the names of party Idols or JelTcrsonlan principles were pronounced, hut there was no repetition during the early session of the tumultuous demonstration of record-breakin- recently from Texas with her children. It is only from tangled bits of ovi dence that the story of the tragedy is gleaned, the story of a woman about her housework, interrupted by an un known man, strangled with a long, wrinkled towel, head beaten to a pulp, and then, when death throes were on, the towel removed from the throat and with the handle of a heavy ham' mer that had battered her head and face, tho towel was jabbed down the throat of the woman, a process that knocked out halt her upper teeth and broke a jaw bone. Two weeks ago Mrs. Relchers first appeared here, securing board at a home on Malvern avenue. Four days ago she rented a furnished cottage apartment at 112 Kirk street, the scene of the tragedy. Neighbors knew noth ing of the new tenants, except that there was a woman of about 34 years, a little girl 9 years of age, and two little boys 6 and 3 years, who played about the yard in jumpers. There was a lodger, a man of ordinary looks, who came and went quietly. The remainder of the story was glean ed from the talk of the little Frank Rlechers. The lodger was known to tho tot as "Orgy." This same name, and with the same pronunciation, is applied to the missing sister. The babe knows nothing of the Etrange man, other than that the mother called him "Orgy," and they called him that, too. Yesterday afternoon he disappeared, taking Orgy with him, since which time he has not been seen. Denver, July 10. Mr. Ilrynn was nominated at 3f30 o'clock on tho first fcASlI Hi AUVAJtCH. ballot. He got the nomination on Pennsylvania's vote. Bryan 8924, JohnUnofficial totnh the Hickman, Kentucky, Entered at son 40, Gray Slfu,. mall matter. postofflce as second-clas- s The solid voto of New York was challenged after being cast for ilrynn. Con MOTHER DEAD, CHILD MISSING nors and Murphy voted for Hryan; Parker did not. Kra. Ada Riochers Found Murdered Pennsylvania's tote was polled after in Her Cottage Home. being challenged. Ilot Springi, Ark. A mother and moved to Hammond of Minnesota wife occupying a lab at a local morgue make the nomination of Hryan unaniboys lest than 6 mous. two Uttlo blue-cyoGray of Maryland moved to make it jrean of ago being cared for by kindly neighbors, a lister and daugh' unanimous. Delaware moved to make it unanitcr of the dead woman cither kidnaped or murdered, a husband hurrying from mous. Ilryan's nomination was made unani Texan to the scone, and a lono murmous. derer dodging detectives of four States, Denver, July 9. The Democratic na aro the strargo complications arising from the slaying in this city yesterday tional convention proceeded tonight to of Mrs. Ada Rlechers, who carao here the nomination of candidates for presi dent of the United States, the nomi- ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR d yesterday. The address nf the permanent chairman, Mr. Clayton, proved to he a caustic arraignment of tho failuro of lloosevelt policies and an enunciation of Democratic doctrine. The ringing voice of the orator and the emphasis of his gestures stirred the listening thousands to frr- - speech with his head, was soon touching the center of his forehead. He sxkr clearly and with a pleasing manner nf delivery. APPLAUSE IS FREQUENT, As Mr. Dunn proceeded, almost every illusion he made In the character of Mr. Hryan was enthusiastically applauded, although he had not yet mentioned the name of the .Nelirnska candidate. When Mr. Dunn declared that his can didate was the choice of thn militant Democracy of the country, the conven The Hon broke in with wild cheers. ever ready flags were tossed aloft, and a roar of applause swept through tlio was at Its hall. Willie the cheering height a white dove was let loose from the gallery anil flew arross the convention hall, while the delegate hailed It with great enthusiasm and cheered as long as it was in sight. Mr. Dunn brought out the name of William Jennings llryan with Intense dramatic torn-- , anil the response (mm the great throng was electric. Inn dele gates sprang up, the galleries followed suit and the demonstration was under way in a manner that promised to rival yesterday exhibition of enthusiasm. VAST AUDITORIUM SWEPT. The Itand In the balcony lent it share to the celebration of the llryan follow ers, and the blare of horns, the Wat of drums and crash of cymbal could he heard above the roar of the shouting hundreds on the floor and the thousands In mbrown hair, which, mrtnj to the phallc manner In which he executed his Kentucky Gleanings. Moit Important Newt Gathered From All Parti of tha State. QOINQ HOME KENTUCKIAN KIDNAPED. Has Been Murdered. Thmk Hi Trim Fourth Celebration, Kentucklans Ftlendt of Missing Farmer Fought on Train With Fatal Results. hr f AiM&mm yWTJV . ii " "" mi r 'k" 'JoBBH' jaSMBbbbbbbbbbbbi tI3?Vri JHBBr i jJBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBkk. iSBBKlBBBBBBBBBBk. tflHH BBBBBBBBBBLbT BBBBBBVBBBaBBBBTlBBMfjflHSBBBBBBBF ) The cheering swept iiast the vast audi torluni In great noise waves, which echoed back and forth in a volume that Increased and diminished alternately. As the delegates took breathing spells to renew their vocal enthusiasm, the start of the demonstrations set a doren photographers to work and the boom, of their flashlight explosions at times fair IV snook the great building, such an Im mense amount of pow'rr was used. The explosions u!m served to fill the upper ortioti of the halt with choking white smoke, ndding vastly to the discomfort of those already forred to breathe the heavy atmosphere of the up(er strata. GANG'S ALL HERE. The crowd in the parade was not near ly so numerous as fjat of yesterday. and many drlcj-atmindful of torn clothing, tramped toe and sore throat. remained iiihui their chair watching the demonstration. It was not that their loyalty was less than the day before, but they had been through the (tattle once, and all id them were not anxious ; for a repetition of their and experience of the day ueiore. Hail, Halt, the (Una's All Here" from the busy gallery hand set the crowd to singing, nnd a moment later, under the lend of crashing brass, the chorus was changed Into u deafening roar of "Tarn-manerve-rackimlung-tearin- the gnllrrirs. Iibbbe&b!bbbbbHHbpHbbbbbw ee!" of the delegates in the midst of the struggling, crushing turmoil on the floor loot their hats, their coat and .Many BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT LAST OF LATONIA RACING Horsemen Abandon Idea of Holding Another Meet. finally strip)! themselves of collars and ties. After thirty minute of the dctnonlra tion, the pounding of Chairman Clay ton's ImmciiM- - travel rould be heard above the roar of the crowd. At first. However, it seemed only to serve a an incentive to greater outpouring of what seemed to In- - an Inexhaustible supply oi ilrynn cneers. BRYAN HEARS NOISE. A feature of the demonstration, never before part of a national convention, was uiai llie greater pari o( the cheering and uproar was distinctly heard bv the candidate at his home, 500 milts away, a telephone to which was at tarhetl an immense gramophone which had been placed in the hall, and Mr, Hryan at the other end of the wire was at Fairvlew, where he was able to hear the cheering in r i honor that filled toe convention hall Forty five minutes after the name of Hryan had been mentioned, Chairman m by the state racing association. Aa iu limited following. rulings seem to prevail In the future, it The tide of sentiment was unmistak Is proposed that the track will remain ably and overwhelmingly in favor of the closed for good. Nebraska candidate and foreshadowed his nomination before the session closed. i NIGHT RIDERS OUT AGAIN. THE UNTARNISHED CRUSADnR. Calloway County Farmer Visited The platform committee was not ready by Band of Two Hundred. to report when the evening session bePaducah, Ky, Recent incendiary gan, and after listening to political orspeeches made in the eastern part o atory, the rules of procedure were susCalloway county, which was the center pended 'and the convention proceeded of night rider troubles a few month with the speeches placing the candidates ago, have had their effect and serious for president in nomination with the untrouble Is threatened. derstanding that the usual vote would A report received from Murray today be deferred until the platform had beeii was to the effect that about 200 night riders surrounded the homos of Frank adopted. The speech placing W. J. Hryan in Mardls, Will Dyer and other farmers who aro witnesses for the common- nomination was made by Ignatiun J. wealth in night rider cases, and fired Dunn of Nebraska, a youthful orator several hundred shots, ostensibly for of fire and eloquence, whose closing phrase stirred the vast assemblage into tho purpose of intimidating them. Nearly all of the soldiers have been a wild demonstration. "1 nominate," he exclaimed, "as the withdrawn from Calloway county. Predictions were made that trouble would standard beurer of our party, the man break out again when the soldiers left. who In the thrilling days of '06 and Wore troops have been requested, and 1000, bore the battle scarred banner of when they reach Murray the county Democracy with fame as untarnished as will bo patrolled nightly. the crusaders of old America's great commoner, Nebraska's gifted son, WillHELIE AND ANNA MARRIED iam Jennings Hryan." Only Few Witnesses Saw tho Couple WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN. Latonla, Ky. The last race of the present season, run at Latonla track nating and seconding speeches being made quent demonstrations of enthusiastic apthis afternoon, may mean the closing of amid scenes of tumultuous enthusiasm plause. the Latonla course. The action of the and not concluded until after midnight. WAITING FOR PLATFOjuo. directors in so abruptly closing down At 7:15 p. m. the galleries were comThe speech placing William J. Bryan came as a hard blow to horsemen, who pletely filled, and the majority of the were caught with horses on their bands in nomination awakened a whirlwind of delegates were in their seats, but the and no place to race them and give demonstrations, rivaling in intensity and offcers of the convention were still waittribute of ing for the report of the committee on them a chance to earn feed. Some of duration the resolutions. The land in the gallery the jockey club directors are quoted as yesterday. worked with great industry, and when The names of George Gray of Dela saying that the track will not bo re.W 4t. t it struck up "Dixie" the demonstration flavtnn fit.ln irtmt opened again under present conditions. ware and- - Gov. Johnson of Minnesota that followed gave a glimpse of scenes but in vain. Another five minutes elapsed The conditions referred to are the re- were also placed in nomination, with certain to occur later in the night if ami he tried once more, but did not sucstrictions on the racing game enforced demonstrations of approval from their a nomination was made. The delegates. ceed even in driving the record-breaking s as the first notes of the old war song tloated out, sprang up and waved their nags, it was instantly shown that the galleries, too, had been provided with them, and in an instant the convention hull was a tossing sea of fluttering Itaca. The scene, even though the greater part of the electric lights were not turned on, was really one of great beauty as the Hags flashed back and forth against the darker background of the crowd. At 7:50 o'clock it was whispered through hall that the committee on resolution had finished its work nnd would in a short time be prepared to present its report to the convention. It was just 7:50 o'clock whn Chair man Clayton began to rap for order, which he secured within the minute. The galleries, with a profound Ignorance of the niHiiner In which the convention should be managed, broke in with cries of "Vote I vote!" When quiet was restored the chair recognized Representative Ollie James of Kentucky, of the committee sent to as- Join Hands. London. Madame Anna Gould and Prince Helle do Sagan were married at a registry olllco in Henrietta street off Covent Garden "today. A subsequent ceremony was conducted at the French Protestant church on Soho Square. Thero was absolutely no secrecy about tho woddlng. Tho prince and Madame Gould mado a determined effort to escape the crowd. They had a large motor car waiting at the main entrance of the hotel all morning. When the hour for thorn to leave arrived, however, the couple, accompanied by three friends, left tho hotel by u rear door and, entering ordinary cabs, drove to the back entrance of the registry ofllco, where they were married In the presence of a few friends. WOMAN FAINTS IN HALL. Immediately perfect pandemonium of sound and motion was unloosened, as delegates and spectators rose eninasse and joined in the reverberating chorus of tribute to the Nebraska candidate. 'Die standards of the states were wrenched from their places and borne through the hall to the platform, while banners bearing the portrait of the commoner were waved aloft and the multitude joined in long continued tribute. At times the intensity of the demonstra tion threatened a panic. One woman was borne out fainting. PERMANENT ORGANIZATION. The opening session today lasted three hours und brought ubout the completion of the jMTmantmt organization of the convention with the rebounding ad- had been received. The motion was adopted, and the rules were declared by the chair to be suspended nnd nominations to be in order. "Tho secretary will now proceed to call the roll of atates for nominations for the office of president of the United States," shouted Chairman Clayton. ALABAMA YIELDS TO NEBRASKA. "Alabama," culled the clerk. The chairman of that delegation arose and was recognized, "Knowing that Nebraska will make no mistake In nominating the right man," he said, "Alabama yields to Nebraska." "1. J. Dunn, of Omuha, will eak for the Nebruska iiniiniin-...tl... chairman of that state, while the oheer- ing which louowmi the nrst statement from Alabama continued unabated. Mr. Dunn, who urn tn mnU tl,u .........I. of tho convention, in which the greatest iiucrem, was leu by the. delcgutes and the spectators, Is scarcely of middle ugc. Ills clean-cutdetermined looking, clean shaven face is surmounted by dark dclet-atloni , certain the probability of an early report from the committee on resolutions. Mr. James reported that the committee, would not be ready to report before midnight. He then made a motion that the rules be suspended and that the nominating sjeechcs for presidential candidates ho made, with the understanding, however, that no ballot should he taken until after the report of the committee noise were subsiding. Another measure calculated to cause a cessation of the shouting was the turning out of many of the lights in the clusters on the celling. This had a marked effect, und a storm of hisses that was directed at the shouttr from all arts of the hall helped the work amazingly. GEARIN SECONDS NOMINATION. At lOlVO p. m., when the demonstration's last cry had died away, Chairman Clark Addresses Association, Clayton directed the secretury to conLouisville. Ky. J. H. Clark, of tinue the calling of the roll of states. was tho chief speaker at the Arkansas passed and California yielded to Oregon. Kx Senator Gearlu of that session of tho Kentucky Funeral Di state then was Introduced to second the rectors' association. Ho vnoko cn "L'mbnlmlug und Sanitation." nomination of Mr. llryan. Senator Gearln mentioned the name of Found Under a Bed. Bryan in his first sentence, but it received but a ripple of applause, the enLouisville, Ky. Taylor Smith, col thusiasm having completely spent itself. ored, was arrested and placed in jail The senator spoke but a few minutes und by tho police. Ho was discovered In left the stand with liberal applause. Arkansas, which had passed early ill an Intoxicated elate, with n knife lu the roll, gave way to North Carolina, hand, under u bed In tho residence ot and Gov. Glenn of that state took the G. B. Pumphroy. stand to second the nomination of Winn Delays Meetlnp. Hrvan. ML Sterling. Ky. Tho meeting of Ihe crowd grew very Impatient as (he republican statu central commit-tee- , the speaker continued his ml.lr.. spite his declaration that he did not in calltd for Wednesday next, was tend to make u speech. Ills peroration postponed by Chalimmi Winn until and the name of Mr. llryan was entirely WedncEday. July 15. incetlug moms oi cries mat was will bo held Iu LouisvilleThe iui in utm him. hurled minutes, the began their nrst cITort to still the uproar and to clear the tables. The word was given to messengers that It was desired that the parading should cease. A message was sent to the band in the gallery to cease playing, and it willing-l- y obeyed the injunction, the plavera being almost exhausted by their severe wortc in me torrid gallery near the roof. These messages had some ellect, but it was impossible for such an uproar to die away In an Instant. The statu standards In large measure were returned to their places, and one hour, after its commencement the excitement and Ave sergeanta-at-arms irom ms own desk. Mr. Clayton stood the invasion a few minutes longer, and then bodily dragged the men from his desk. With untitled hand he stood trying to restore order, ami mere were increasing signs now that the outburst had about run its course. Half of the delegates, tirsd and noi, nad resumed their seats. BAND STOPS PLAYING When the noise had continued for just forty Hopklnsvllle, Ky. Borne of it, Lexington, Ky. Four men woro wounded, two probably family, In a dlers who havo been station)! InT battle un n taxlnnton ft Kastcrn train, county came hero nnd left it , i Hived, for Cobb, Caldwell rour'e . ntnr Clay City. Gordon Nelson, cattle dealer, of pormanent camp. It la bellevri . Winchester, and Floyd Hortoti, of PI- - ho established there. The la'esi t lotview, an cmployo of 7.nck Conner, rotations In Westorn Kenturkv partner of Nelson, had been attending 'ported to have taken pl.tco In the tr an Independence day celebration at rlfnrv tinlurOAM rVriiljuiM Thero Is a persistent "r-- r Clay City, and quarreled over a cattlo Cobb. that a young farmer near the (aldio trade. The quarrel was renewed on the county line waa taken out of his train, llorton drew a knife and Nel- on mo nigni or .May 17 by night mn Passengers beenmo and has not boon heard from son a rovnlrer. and rushed for the One theory is that ho was mi.ri";i doors. Many wero knocked down and as he had been Previously ihr.-.."- . trampled, llorton closed on Nelson A barn In the same neighborhood u ucuroyea oy nre wnne tne ownrr u and began stabbing him. When tho train waa stopped at nway. It Is reported that the i,- Bhawnce it was found that llorton had of Cobb are much opposed to havi been shot through tho left breast and soldiers stationed there, and tha' r., Nelson was stabbed In tho left tem- win rutuso to sell tha camp iut.;...., ple. Doth wero unconscious. LOADED BUQQY $HIP Miller Dennis, of Winchester, a pas. rcnger was shot through Ihe neck. C. E. Gambon, also of Winchester, was Used To Kill Rival For Younj We rut by flying glass. Gambon left tho an's Hand. train at Winchester, but the others vcre brought to Islington and placed ....... ........ Paltll aim. n, tT Vtr.lLI.- - . -- , ..iiuK in Good Samaritan hospital. Tho phymil uihi i.uurcn, BUOUl s.X r i sicians say there is Uttlo chanco for soutn or thl city, William Ntl n; the recovery of Nelson nnd llorton. si. was assaulted by John V h who dealt him a blow on h' r FINAL STEP TAKEN with the loaded butt of a bux-- v )ilfh Ififllrllnr tn Irttiirv .....v.. ... ....... .J cfl In Court in Caleb Powers Case, Which the death of Noble. Has Cost the State $40,000. I An examination showed that a' l hsd been broken In M:e ' ; Frankfort, Ky. When Judge J. 8. Vl1it1a m. I lli.j.iili...l L n MM,. ta.tVM.VIIVU J IU t. Morris, In Georgetown, ordered tho j iimii wuu u.i cu 111 gin) a" (is case of the commonwealth against Cacertain young woman. Whn t- - ui leb Powers stricken from tho docket , un mum .niiiM Willi of the Scott circuit court the last step 'threat. Nichols came to this 1 i.l In this noted murder case was taken. when It learned Judge Morris ordered the expense I.A.I rl I ... I was llluiln lila thata l'j. - 4 . alm amounting to U.001). of the last trial, not been arrested. paid, nnd the Marlln rifle, said to havo been used In kilting Govbel, returned Singleton's Slayers Arretted. to Grant - Roberts, or this city. Thu Newport, Ky. Walter We . trial of Powers has cost tho stato Grace Hllllngsby, accused rt ' 10.000. Tho cases of Taylor. 1'lnley and oth- dor of ttqulre Robert I Sirs ers will be called at the next ternr of this city, nearly n year ago . . tho Franklin circuit court, and Gov. arrest. Tho woman waa a' 'Chicago and West was fout.l WiUson will be asked to issue requisiten. They will bo brough tions for tho two In Indiana. nstl. Tho arrest of the enu up one of the most brutal ' Brltton Case Passed. Lexington, Ky. Tho caae of William committed In this section In nrltton. charged with thn assassinaSingleton's Son Dies 8uddcny tion of James Cockrelt, in llreathltt Newport. Ky. Fred G H county, was continued until the next term of tho Fayette circuit court on son of the late Knulra Kdwa J ' motion of the commonwealth. A sim- ton, was suddenly stricken un titled of the arrest of the . ilar charge agalnat Alexander and tho murder of his father r J ( Hsrgls and Jesse Splccr was passed until later, but they will also soon after his physician nn'r ! " be continued. It Is bellnvH the cases physician says ho died from si r leptlc convulsion, brought cn t7 will ultimately be filed away. shock of tho notification of 'I." t Pipe Line Survey. ot the couple who aro being fccM Fullerton, Ky. Tho Columbia Gas the munlur of his father Klectrlc Co., of Cincinnati, has finFormed State Body, ished the survey for Its pip? line from the West Virginia fields to tho Ohio I)utsvllle, Ky. A delega". t r river, completing the longest survey txomers went to Kmlnence for this purpose In tho whole world. ennferenen nn heltnr hlrhwati it ' . n i. The line crosses the Dig Sandy river I.. I i rorwer i.ieui. wui tiiiiiu. counnorth of lxulsa and strikes this tho address of wrlccr ty at Cannonsburg, extending down Oor. WiUson was among the s Tygart'a creek. The nts aood lloads assocls i;3". lormca. Waa Forced To Steal. Louisville, Ky. lister Tadd, one of Twenty Will Contest. two men arrested on a charge of havm Frankfort. Ky. Twelve ing robbed the Kosmnsdale Kst ofMc, fnmnni. tha. I a r . In rnriff II P" Kf? near here, claims to be a Yalo alum- tuckr at tho national shoot s" nus, and says that he waa forced to Perry, and they aro to be select d ' sleal to buy bread for his wife and 20 militiamen who have qua' H child. He wns taken Into custody 20 men w J U together with Thomas Uttlewood, sharpshooters. Tho compos to decide who will i Their cases wero transferred to the federal court Latonla Meeting Closes DownCovington, Ky. Latonla s Varsity Student Drowned. with Ixiulsvllle, Ky. Harold J. Murray, mI nollntT rinin In aa.i unit t. , i. 1, 19, a Btudent at State university, was a j drowned In sight of several friends In day, Tho meeting has been ' i:ini innure nun iuu miiu r, j the Ohio rlv-near Goose Island. Murray was swimming along by n CU IU CIOFC. . II IB HOW lliu-.j- i , i . . boat. The wind swept the boat awny, tne race tracK win never n-and as his comrades could not swim Robbed While He Slept. Murray was left to drown. Loxlnetnn. kv. C. Dickers Still Is Captured. 'j cently discharged soldier f Owlngsvlllc, Ky. Deputy United Douglass, Bait Lako City v rn States Marshal Ram Jackson, of this her in conmanv with a sal'" r1 placo, and posse, after several days' Duller, reunited to tho p - '? 1 search In Powell county, found n new ho had been robbed of cepper still containing 800 gallons or ho slept. beer, which they destroyed. AH tho opiratora escaped. Bracken Oets Her Share. Augusta, Ky. IJqulty ofll Chis. D. Butner Succumbs. Frankfort, Ky. Judge Charles D. are In rcoilpt of a check t.r V Putner, uged 84 years, a prominent In part payment for 190C F. "T Jurist and politician, died nt Tyrone. bncco shipped from this coun'i makes VXI.W0 sent Into thl c Ho was a first cousin of Senator-elec- t W. O. Ilrndley. Ho was well known during tho past two wcoks in i for Equity tobacco. throughout the state. us hc-- 3, pantc-atrlcke- n '.i v nr r- . m 1 T 1 l, the Fayetto board of control H,0U0 to tobacco gr un tuiiiuy miuoy jiuuivu rt cently sold. Uted Money For Tobacco Grower ..oxingrun, ivy. aocreiarj' - - ward O'UrliMi In thu Coined r oralis' homo ut Peweo Valley nv In IV T.ilm BUI I I.IIIJ iiuisviiio. nr. Alter Stranae Assault Case. r are MpPrAfirv wntlt to . ..Mllw.rl IUU Jl- IU II... UUIIIUI ItuniU.is of tlio home I..- I I K - 1 ,t. r.m.n Tn flu Triad on Its MfriU Win.iVfr.rl Wv Au.lllnr V V Irnm fllttllf. a U'iik V nT Ann nm-.Ill Whttolnv .'ountv. Unit' KelltU'K ' case will go Into tho state fl to be tried out on Its merit" ' r N NAMES BRYAN H St I1R NFHffAHKM'R niCTFn SON 18 ACCLAIMED. Declares Weitern Statesman the Man Above All others iiMiitiiM irvi iiij wi iiiv Party's Leadership. nn Imhntf nf MMirnakn 111111. lAnnlnan lm. tirrrttfl Tlan party's logical candidate for rn nw Pimvnni nn in tnn Chnlrman nnd Ocntlomon of tho and, at tlmoa, Imperil Uio of clvllliatlon. j lPvuiuu Mini tmn Rib I in iim- upon history has faced auch In moat Instances, whero ;uanKra iihto uirraicnou win tAffn inmn Af IhA PIWIV) VWIIIII vrnlf Minr. . ...W fav been Boino maatcr mind has ad- - thnmaulvcs, with capacity to aright tho oncrKlcs of tho pcoThis was truo of the ancient It has boon truo of tho modern It la truo of th I a republic. Wo urn n rni n in miwi irvnnv. i nn - ircneinenca ineir now upon me question Ii, whether tMa got- Hnnii nn riinrnn in inn cnn tho dcopIg and be administered InlAPAB nf . Mil n HlinMinf If j remain an instrument in tno " rt Vim fit b rt letwlntv trltilffn . ii ll. rL. inn ... ' substantially, that certain men who have bocomo cnor- rich by oppressing tho wbro defrauding tho public and nr nil forms, nf Inlnultv. havo toeothcr. and by tho unlimited monoy, endeavor to sccuro from restraint and to over .11 r . -- ii v. v. tho methods by which theso .. . t. . .Ms.. morality that would permit rurin vi ciiiiiiiibiii, uiit iuui .... last 13 years, thcao very men irty: they have financed every of that party for a quarter iiipv i nnin ATn n inrfl nf nn whom the president has so candidates and policies. They num .unijjmro unit uumvi tui n in iui nnii inn iiiiiiiiuir ti nn m tti i i i nn if iif null ini n thntt filched from thn Innocent fiuiv uu n ncro nru uiu .' j iitiu U uil-cm- i alii: swuuun jut ITU iir BU VU HI VTlllilll Tim UhnPA IIL'aiU timtilil thorn supporting tho tvJir Itcpiib-- for tho nopubllcan committee ' f UQiican r a . Mrriiianca. rjnv . 1. a Inn nhnwi what thn Tlnntihtlrnn truth represents. mrrn In framing iirifrv triiniiinn rsw linn Tho Wlscon- - and repudiated. fi naina wn iiflnn inrnn ucrauc. mu cuuvciiuun or a eight to one rofuscd to np- irtr it ii nnrtv Thn IUIM IMMtl tnniiV nt iivnrurluv till) IUIU Ul UIUDU by the president, and It Is now .1..... If tit tin ln..l u iiuiun iiiu nuiiuiur i mill wis , i ii.. .i itruA an appeal to tho conscience iiiiiiuit in uuivuBu ui us mill" millions that tho special jntcr- on tho other, that convention with Mammon. v inn trru- ii ninrirns inn ia n ni innv n pj t tim Indeed faco to faco with a Kow shall It bo met? Tho imu. iiuiriaiiHm nnti linunn an. tho pcoplo nlono can remedy evils. ecrau muii r urnureieanar. . TW tnl Ivudor, rV Tho Hepubllcan party, 4 lin amiVopu a in..,n n I Democratic party must furnish . nml hn tmiitt hn n iin?i tinnwn ' freo from tho Influences that tha Hepubllcan party. lie m n. tnnn nr iimtrmt intniir 4tl..i.i...i ( .... tun ui inuiuiiuty iiu iiiu sword of truth ouo who kuows CUUl'l IU IWUDl IIUVU U KUUIUH vn nn iirv in inrinuinrn ttiiniiksi rRffft in ilnfnntl Mmm ItAvn nil li miiat tiniiA nttK I n &i tho people. ITo must not only bolleTO In tho right of tho poo pi o to govern, but In their capacity to do so. And ho must bo a man whom tbo pcoplo know nnd trust. The Democratic party has many dlstlnxulnhcd men who might bo chosen ns our standard hearer; but It has ono man who nbovo nil others possesses tho necessary qualifications ami Is eminently fitted for this leadership. Bryan's Fitness Shown. lie Is a man whoso nomination will leava no doubt as to whero our party stands on every public question. His Renins for statecraft Is shown by tho constructive work ho has dono In proposing reforms, and by the ability with which ho has fortified his position. rut wo may ro farther. A fow months since, ho visited tho principal nations of tho world. Ho catno In contact with tho loading minds of Christendom, nnd tho world nbrond recognized his greatness and paid hltn that trlbuto Justly duo to men of high attainments, ponce In tho most distinguished convention that has nsscmblcd In years, ho proposed n plan which, If adopted, would provo more cffectlvo than anjt arbitration treaty that has yet becirmndo, nnd by his Influence ho secured Its approval by tho representatives of tho 2C leading nations (hero assembled. Is ho thoroughly Informed regarding tho Issues of this cnmpalgnT Head his speeches nnd his writings, which for nearly 20 years havo been n part of tho political literature of tho nation. Is ho sincere, bravo and deEven his political oppotermined? nents now admit that ho Is. I havo had a close personal and political acquaintance with this man, whoso name Nebraska presents, since ho entered political llfo. I can testify from observation as to his political conduct beforo he was known to famo. Ho was honest, brave and unyielding then; he Is honest, brave and unyielding now. Honesty Unquestioned. Honesty Is Inherent In him. Ho was nn honest lawyer before ho entered politics. Ho was honest In his political methods before his statesmanship was recognized by tho nation; nnd he has been honest throughout his political career. His convictions have been his political creed. Ho hns Impressed these convictions upon others, not by dictation, but by arguments nddrossed to the Judgment and tho conscience. Dcllevlng In tho ultimate triumph of tho right, he hna never examined questions from tho standpoint of expediency. Ho has nover Inquired whether a political prlnctplo was popular; It has been sufficient for him to believe that It was right He has been n consistent champion of the reserved rights of tho states. Ho favored the election of senators by direct voto beforo tho house of representatives over acted favorably upon tho subject. Ho championed tariff reform when the west was tho hotbed of protection. Ha favored an Income tax beforo tho Income tax law was written. He attacked tho trusts whon Hepubllcan leaders wcro denying that any trusts existed. Ho ndvocnted railroad regulation boforo tho crusade against rebates nnd discrimination began. Leader In Wise Reform. Ho has always been the friend of labor, nnd was among tbo flrnt to urgn conciliation between labor and capital. He began to oppose government by Injunction more than a decade ago. Ho announced his opposition to Imperialism before any other man of prominence had expressed himself on tha subject, nnd without watting to see whether It would be popular. When a Wall streot panic burst upon us n fow months ago, ho promptly proposed as a remedy, the guarantee of bank deposits, and so popular has this plan become that It Is y a national Issue and supportod by tho masses of tho people. Ho has long advocated legislation which will secure publicity as to campaign contributions. Ho believes In pence In universal Christian pence. Ho bolloves the destiny of nations should be determined not by wars but by npplylng tho principles of Justlco nnd humanity. Though theso principles havo met with uncompromising opposition from tho Rpeclnl Interests, ho lias remained truo to tho cause of tho pooplo. With clear vision nnd with unfaltering trust, seeing and knowing tho truth, ho has never lost faith In Its final victory. Superb Courage Proved. Through years of unparalleled political warfare, hts loyalty to his Ideals and to his fellow men has been nbundantly shown. Ills refusal to surrender, though subjected to abuse, denunciation and vlndlctlvu opposition such ns fow public men In all history hnvo bson compelled to withstand, Is amplo proof of his superb courage. Ills Career proveH that successful h leadership Is determined by tho or failure of great principles rnlhcr than by election to high oltlco. Wo hnvo met to plan the campaign nnd to commission tho commander under whom tho masses will enlist. Wo are not hero In rosponso to tho voice of expediency; neither political bosses nor corporato masters sent us here. Wo are hero nt tho summons of tho rnnlc nnd fllo of that political organization which Is tho special defender of tho rights of tho common pcoplo. Wo a io horo lepresontlng oil that Is best In tho traditions of our party; wo fool again that tho Hplrlt that animated tho nomocracy in tho days of Jefferson and Jackson. Tho voters havo spoken, nnd we assemble to give expression to their will. Tho volco for tho third time culls Nebraska's favorlto sou to bo ths ro-ceto-dasue-co&- standard bearer of his party In this glgantlo contest. Slnco time began no greater trlbuto was cvor paid to any man by n freo as tho pcoplo. Ho Is recognized most rcprcscntntlvo citizen of tho notion, tho poor of nny living man, Friends and foes havo learned that ho was shaped In that heroic mold In which tho world's great patriots, statesmen and leaders havo been cast. 8trono In People's Affection. First nomlnnted when ten years younger thnn nny other presidential candldnto over chosen by a prominent party; living In a stato COO miles farther west than that In which nny president has ever lived, ho has grown In tho affections of tho people as tho years havo passed. Spooking and writing freely on nil subjects, his heart hns had no sccrots and hts friends hnvo Increased In numbors nnd In confidence Without nn organization to urge his claims; without a campaign fund to circulate litoraturo In his behalf; without patronago to brlbo n single voter; without a predatory corporation to coerco Its employes Into his support; without a suUsldlzcd newspaper to Influence tho public mind; ho has won a signal victory at tho primaries and hns becomo tho free cholco of tho militant Democracy of tho nation. Forming In ono unbroken phalanx, extending from Massachusetts to California, and from Michigan to tho everglades, tho yeomanry of tho party havo volunteered thojr services to mal him tho party candidate; and they will not lay down their arms until they havo mado him tho nation's chief executive. Nebraska's Democracy, which saw In him, when a young mnn, tho signs of promise, places In nomination as tho standard bearer of our party tho man who In tho thrilling days of '96 bannnd 1900 bore the battlo-scarrcner of Democracy with famo as unsullied and fidelity as spotless as tha crusaders of old. Nebraska presents his name becauso Nebraska claims his dwelling place, and proudly enrolls but his him among her citizens; home Is In tho hearts of the people. I obey tho command of my stato and the mandate of the Democracy of tho nation, when I pffcr tho name of America's great Commoner, Nebraska's gifted son, William Jennings to-da- y Truth and Quality appeal to tho In evert walk of lifo and aro cstcntial to permanent success and cYcditablo standing. Accor-Inglit is not claimed tliat Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is tho only remedy of known value, but ono of many reasons why it Is tho best of pcnonal and family laxatives is tho fact that It cleanses, sweetens and relieves tho internal organs on which it acts without any debilitating after effects and wi thout having to increase tho quantity from time to time. It acts pleasantly and naturally and truly as a laxative, and its component parts aro known to and approved by d i i i I I ssssssssssssssrisssssslsssssKssssssiu.sssssssssM. 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Mrs. Snoblotts So did I till I found Women Are at a Premium In the sho was using her own comb on him without first sterllzlng It. Panama Canal Zone. 8HE BAMBOOZLES HIM. Will Build YouaHome ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS. t. J ! A very "conservative" ills, mnn, however, let his good wife find out for herself what a blessing Postum Is to those who aro distressed In many Tho wlfo ways, by drinking coffee. writes: "No elavo In chains, It seemed to mo, was mora helpless thnn I, a coffoo captive. Yet thero were Innumcrablo warnings waking from n troubled sleep with a feeling of suffocation, at A Quick Grower. times dizzy andcut of breath, atWilliam M. Mauss, Chicago's Indus- tacks of palpitation of tho heart that trial commissioner, recently visited frightened mo. New York, nnd with great success "Common sense, reason, nnd my pointed out to tho Now Yorkers Chi- octtcr Judgment told mo that coffeo cago's many advantages as an Indus- drinking was tho trouble. At last my trial ccntor. nervous bystem was so disarranged l'ralslng his great city at a dinner, that my physician ordered 'no moro Mr. Mauss smiled and said: "Indeed, coffeo. tho quick growth of Chicago Isasro-markubl- o "Ho know ho was right nnd ho know ns that of Tin Can. I knew it, too. I capitulated. Prior ten"A nntlvo praised Tin Can to a to this our family had tried Poatura, derfoot. as wo learned '"Only six years old,' ho Bald, 'and but disliked It, because, right. lator, It was not mado tho tlnc&t young town lu tho west.' "Dotormlncd this time to glvo Post"'Tin Can tho flues young town In um a fair trial, I prepared It accordtho west? Nonsonso!' said tho tender- ing to directions ou tho pkg. that Is, foot. 'I don't like It at .nil.' boiled It 1C minutes after boiling com"'You don't?' exclaimed tho native, menced, obtaining a dark brown liquid astonished, 'When wero you thorot' with a rich snappy flavor similar to "'Last week.' coffeo. When cream and sugar wore "'Ah,' said the native, 'but you added, It was not only good but deought to sco tho placo now.' " licious. "Noting Its beneficial effocts In mo Tho Rub. all "My!" exclaimed llttlo Hilly, as ho the rost of tho family adopted It adlithograph, "I'd like to except my husband, who would not gazed at tho Several bo n giraffe. Just think how easily ho mit that coffeo hurt him. could 'rubbor' over tho baseball fence." weeks elapsod during which In drank day, "That's nil right," replied Tommy, Postum two or threo times my husband "but there la another time when you whon, to my surprise, wouldn't want to havo a neck llko a said: 'I havo decided to drink Postum. Your Improvement Is so apparent you giraffe." have bucIi flno color thnt I proposo "Whon Is that?" "Why, In tho mornings when your to glvo credit whero credit Is duo.' And coffeo-slavo- s no longer.' ma begins to scrub your neck with now wo aro Numo given by Pcstum Co., Uattla soap and water." " Creek, Mich. Rood "Tho itond to Sure! u pkgs. "Thoro's n lteason," "It Is easier to bo good than Ever read the above letter? A nevt great," remarked tho cider. one appears from time to time. They "Yos," rojolnod Ally, wisely, "on are genuine, true, and full of human has less oppo3ltloa."r-HalMtoUds- jr. Interest. Well-vlllo,- Ono place In this world where women seem to bo at a premium Is In tho canal zone. Tho women employed In tho zone are very fow In proportion to tho men. Of a total In excess of G.G00 employes of tbo government 207 nrc women. Their salary Is about what tho nvorago man makes hero In qur cities, or In actual figures they mako $73.90 a month. It Is not that tho government prefers men employes to women, but tho expense of quartering women would be so much more expensive than arranging for men that the latter aro employed Instead. Many of tho womon are employed as stenographers, telegraphers, copyists, timekeepers and clerks, although tho groat majority of thorn are olther teachers or nurses. Tho chief woman clerk receives a salary of $175, whereas the lowest salary Is $25 to a matron. Tho majority of tho women aro wives to tho men working on tho Isthmus, nnd aro provided with married quarters. It Is only In n very few Instances that women who apply for positions In tho zono are accepted. If they aro not accepted as wago earners, however, they aro making a good record for being accepted as wives. Girls who go to the zono to visit brothers and uncles seldom return to tho United States. There Is such a scarcity of wives In tho isthmus that almost every girl who goes to tho zono marries an ambitious young man down (hero. She has her Innings In ono way It not In anothor. ta lsY ? 4 - It will pay yiu It will ti invistigaft this plan. if you intariit yiu art paying rant. X I carry tbo only complete Una of building material, builder's hard- ware, sash and doors to bo found In tbe city. My prlocs are right. You do tne juape; can ana sea !; x Mrs. Caller You surely don't always give your husband a necktie on his birthday? Mrs. Athome Yes, I do, and tho poor doar doesn't oven know it's tha same ono each ttmol WIFE WON Husband Finally Convinced. Somo men aro wise enough to try new foods and beverages and then generous enough to give others tho benefit of their experience. ... OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE -- Absolutely THE BEST- FRESH MEATS AND .. . Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. CtUl on or telephone ua when In need of GROCERIES, nillionaire Canned Goods. or FEEDSTUFFS. Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. Ledf ord & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1855. TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Successor to D. O. Ramago, doceased.) flarble and Granite flonuments CURDINO, MICKHAN. STONE : : WORK of all : KENTUCKY kinds, IRON FENC1NQ. ' Bowaro of Imitations." Star Flour" Made by Desheret Sc Jaokson, Columbus, Ky, Better than seems Necessary Aalc your dealer for Star Flour. Every pound ot It U poulllwly guaranteod. Made from select vrlnUr wheat. Mose Barkett, Agt-- , Hickman, Ky VW 16 ELLISON BROS. Announce That. Their Entire Stock Of 1 i i I Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, &c Is Now Being Offered AtHH CUT PRICES! t S te 4 M I Way Below Actual Value And Ai (IN-- tor ' IMMEMSE REDUCTIONS ...From Former Prices... ! This includes all kinds of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Silks, Wash Goods, White Goods, Linens, Lawns, Ginghams, Percales, Madras, Shirtings, Suitings, Sheetings, Tickings, Table Linens, 1 Towelings, Laces, Embroidery, Ribbons, Millinery, Waists, 1 m Skirts, Waists, Muslin underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, 1 Handkerchiefs and all kinds of Ladies' Furnishings, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Suits, Pants, Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Suspend I ers, &c. All kinds of House Furnishings and Floor Coverings. . . j ! j I r WE CAN SAVE YOU MICH MONEY i 5Vi5S Ellison Bros nicKtnan, Kentucky: 0 NEARLY FOUR CENTURIES OLD SI-b- We take great pains to furnish THE INVENTOR Byron Williams. v our patrons COLD and REFRESHING drinks at our FOUNTAIN. Pennsylvania School Teacher Has Printed In Switzerland- In' , the Year 1644. - l ''Wing's Fruit Ice Cream A Specialty 99 COWGILL'S DRUG STORE, Inc. D. W. Dcitrich, a school teacher of Warwick township, Iancnstcr county, Pa., has a German Bible that was printed partly in 1544 and partly in ICS I by Christofcl Frau-shau- r, in Zurich, Switzerland. The volume is fully illustrated and is in excellent condition. What seems if the fact that it lias marginal references. It measures 15 Gum, Ash, Oak and ?Maplep? Bros., - Flooring ami Ceiling l Iet ut McMtrrray flffurge on your bill. Hickman indies in length, 11 in width and is ' Case cleans clothes. Chas. Case spent Sunday In Clin- - six indies thick. The book is bound in heavy calfskin, almost half an inch thick. Tho back is heavily ribbed and studded with copper rivets. The corners are protected by heavy metal plates, and tho book closes with a heavy metal clnsp, The Tel. No. 4 for groceries. Krisp Cakes and Crackers book is not paged, though the leaves A marginal record aro numbered. at C H. Moore's. Thinking E-v- Miss Beulah Ballew is visiting her Finis Clark was here from Bessie, uncle, W. C. Ballew. fctm., Sunday. was in 8 Sam Luten, of Moscow, Pure Canadian Sap Maple Syrup, nis city Saturday. C. H. Moore, Tel. No. 4. Old papers at this FOR SALE. Clothing prices slaughtered at Sice ISc a hundred. Smith St Amberg's Big Clearing Sale. Every day a busy day at Smith & Misses Jessie Wall and Lucy Lmberg's Big Clearing Sale. Murchlson were here from Cayce Judge B. T. Davis spent Sunday last Friday. Cayce, the guest of his (ather, Engraved cards and embossed lenry Davis. statii?nery and cards of every deMrs. M. W. D3tby and children, scription at this office. Florence, Ala., are the guests of J. Wesley Morris, next Circuit Irs i. u. Lucn. Clerk of Fulton county, was in Clinkinds of repairs for sewing ton on business, Wednesday. tohines. See Brock, Singer Ma- Ferdie Johnson will give a picnic line agent, at Rice's store. and bran dance at Henderson Point "he picnic and bran dance, given on Thursday, July 23. Last week rFerdie Johnson, will be on July we were in error as to the date. instead of the 25th, as published Squire J. W. Ammons, of Cayce, last week's paper. was in town Saturday. The Squire Hertwrck has been home from is a candidate for justice of the (flower, Miss., for several days. peace in his district and is a popular will possibly return to that man. ce this or next week. STRAYED OR STOLEN Two heifer calf, hole in right F. Oliver, sold his grocery year-ol- d re to E. P. Wright last week and ear and split in left ear, white spot retire from active business. Mr. in forehead, red and white spotted, has had a successful and crumpled horns. Notify Martha Rise Hickman, Ky. 3rable business career. v. : . 4-- states that Christopher llurklioldcr bought tho volumo in 1771 for 30 shillings (about $7.50). It came into the Dietrich family in 1835, when the father of the present owner bought it at a public tale for 05 PEAR-SHAPE- Past Democratic Conventions. The first convention since the party assumed something resembling its present form was in 1832, at Baltimore, when Jackson was nominated by acclamation. The conventions of 1844, 1848 and 1852 were all held in Baltimore, the presidential nominees being Folk, Cass and Pierce, respectfully. Conventions since that time have resulted in the selection of the following candidates for president and vice-preside- nt cents. BALLOONS. : Pear shaped balloons are the fash-Io- n in Belgium. The point, is upward, the base of the balloon is spherical. It is claimed that balloons of this shape pierce the air vertically with far greater speed than the ordinary spherical balloon. Consequently they are steadier. Also the upper pointed end prevents the accumulation of moisture or snow on the surface, which frequently weighs Our Wmio la a genius and of great He bought aome wire and nippers, tapped mind-T- hat the town tlectrto light a balloon down and destroys its powboy will put Marconi on tho blink And runs his mother's wringer sUck as er to rise. grease! Ills tanglefoot for rabblti and a gopher thing you wind, A train of cars Is nothing or a tele31. Adhemar do la Hault invented Work slicker than a stopper to the graphic e's the pear shaped balloon to act as sink. got the solar system under lease. Tou ought to see his "swlller" for tha aerial torpedoes for dispersing hail porkers and the cor, popper, toot Ills mother says that Willie Is the greatlilt shaker on the clouds in the vine growing districts preacher says that est of his race. of Europe. But they have shown The very bulging brow William has a He's got perpet'al motion on the run. And Fortune merely pines for him to A boy who makes a milker that can atrip themselves to be possessed of such wool 01' Brlndle Face excellent qualities that they are beIs wise enough to harness up the sunl The tlirenhrr he Invented for bis hazel- Bo bow to pttle Willie, who is bouna to ing utilized for other purposes. nuts Is ITI do or die. , kite-Hpop-cor- n REACHING OLD AGE. FRENCH MARKET COFFEE HOW WOULD YOU LIKE i $100 In Gold $100? Everyone who sends us in a list of English words made up of any, or all, of the letters in "FRENCH MARKET COFFEE" will receive a present. The one sending in the ereatest list of words will be civen One Hundred Dollars in Gold. Hundreds of other valuable presents wll be given free to contestants. For list of presents and particulars regard lag contest, ask your grocer,- or write to CONTEST DEPARTMENT Doubtless people by excess of toil neglect of rest or rules of cleanliness do shorten the term for which they might abide. However, the man who lives by no rule and has no ambition to reach the century mark is more apt to approach it than the one who adopts "health-giving" fads, takes exercise by rote and dodges microbes sedulously. The individual with the latent potency of fourscore years or more is scarce. Mortuary statistics prove this. And the one passed by when epidemics sweep away his associates, or some of tho countless accidents of ordinary existenco end their careers, to bo sound and strong to tho last, is a miracle not only of vitality, but of the special providence generally known as good luck. scheme for epIltUng kindling thrilled the tewnl built a rooster catcher that Is sura fit's to make a hltl His latest Is an airship made of downt Ills The genius of the village and the and work, laurel for his forehead, and brine blooms to charm his eye-- All hall the great lnrentor, Willie Most! Charleston, Douglass and Johnson. June 18, I860 Baltimore, Douglass and Johnsdh. June 11, 1860 Richmond, Breckinridge and Lane. June 8, 1860 Baltimore, Breckinridge and Lane. August 29, 1864 McClellan and Pendleton. July 4, 1868 New York, Seymour and Blair. July 6, 1872 Baltimore, Greely and Brown. July 27, 1876 St. Louis, Tilden and Hendricks. July 22, 1880 Cincinnati, Han cock and English. July 8, 1884 Chicago, Cleveland and Hendricks. July 5, 1888 St. Louis, Cleve land and Thurman. June 21, 1892 Chicago, Cleve land and Stevenson. July 7, 1896 Chicago, Bryan and Sewell. June 2, 1856 Mid-Summ- er Clearance Sale of July 4, 1900 Kansas City, Mo. Bryan and Stevenson. July 6, 1904 St. Louis, Parker and Davis. July 7, 1908 Denver, Colo., Biyan and Kern. Get my "Book No. 4 For Women." It will give weak women many valuable suggestions of relief and with strictly confidential medical advice is entirely free, simply write Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. The Book No. 4 tells all about Dr. Shoop's Night Cure and how these soothing, healing, antiseptic suppositories can be successfully applied to correct these weaknesses. Write for the book. The Night Cure is sold by all LADIES FINE FOOTWEAR Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 NOVEL PIANOFORTE. NEW ORLEANS COFFEE CO., LTD. NEW ORLEANS I Out of Date Plumbing Is Unhealthy mm Plumbing fixtures and lyitemi at made and installed aome years ago were very efficient t that time, but to many improvements have been made recently in sanitation that an old plumbing system is not only unsanitary, menace to the health of the occupants of the house in but it which it is still in use. Is Your Plumbing Out of Date? so, the members of your household are constantly risking theirs health. Defective plumbing germ-bearin- If generates g sewer gases which pollute the atmosphere and cannot help but be breathed by Sewer the occupants. gas is dangerous and the strongest constitution cannot long withstand its ill effects. Let us examine the condition of your plumbing, In order to correct defective piping and install the best and most sanitary fixLavatories. tures made, namely "JfowiiMsI Baths and One-pie"Wwiarif Ware is guaranteed. If this is done, your home will be healthy and more comfortable, Ask for booklet "Modern Home Plumbing," f COTTON & ADAMS Plumborw and Tinnora km An invention of interest to musicians is a pianoforte that renders the diatonic scale in perfectly just intonation in any desired key. It line. will pay you to see difTers in outward appearance from the ordinary piano only in having, in addition to the usual pedals, a bank of a single octave, somewhat like organ pedals, which actuate u bank of sliding bars, and these in turn movo tho bridges on which Graveyard Washing Away, Hog King of Fulton. tho strings rest and adjust them simultaneously to any key. This is Because the graveyard at Salem of Fred Hayden, the hog king believed to bo tho first practical so- Fulton county, has a Duroc Jersey church, Lake county, Tenn., is wash lution of tho problem of just in- sow that weighs 550 pounds and has ing into the river, the remains of tonation for instruments with fixed a litter of 13 pigs as fine as you ever Mrs. Joseph Roper, who died in kays. saw. Hayden claims to have the 1874, at the age of 60 years, was HOtMER. ALEXANDER'S largest hogs in the county and will brought to this city on the steamer Liberty" for burial last week. give any man $5 who has a larger Alexander tho Great was so fond sow than the one mentioned above. of Homer's poems, tho Iliad and the Notice Taxpayers. He is also an extensive breeder of Odyssey, that ho carried with him on Berk-shirYour state and county taxes for two other thoroughbreds: his military campaigns an edition of the year 1908 are now due, and you and I. 0. C. them jti which Aristotle had tuado C. sow which he can save extray cost by paying earFrom an I. 0. notes and corrections. After tho batly. You can find either myself or tle of Arbela, a golden casket, stud- has on his place he sold last year deputy, Goalder Johnson, at our ded with costly jewels, was found $165 worth of pigs besides keeping office at Hickman or City National in tho tent of Darius, tho Persian four for his own use- This is con bank, at Fulton. Respectfully, When Alexander was clusive evidence that thoroughbred commander. Jas. T. Seat, Sheriff F. C. asked what should bo done with it stock is far ahead of scrubs, atid it ho answered : "There is but one pro- is only a question of time when the Files are easily and quickly checkduction in tho world worthy of so thinking farmer will breed a better ed with Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment. rich a depository," and ho placed in grade of swine. To prove it I will mail a small trial it his edition of Homer. That edition box as a convincing test. Simply lias ever since been called the Casket address Dr. Snoop, Racine, Wis. I Notice. Homer. surely would not send It free unless An examination cf applicants for I was certain that Dr. Shoop's Magic All The World county certificates will be held at Ointment would stand the test. Reknown tliut llallunl'ji Know I.lnimtmt lm the Court Houston Friday and Sat- member it is made expressly and no superior l)r HhouimtlUm, 811(1 Juluti, urday, July 17 and 18. Also at the Out. HpruluB. I.uiuUtiroarid ull pain, lluy same time and place an examination alone for swollen, painful, bleeding or itching piles, either external or It, try it anil you will always ue It. Anybody wliu but UMil llttllurd' Snow Lini- will be held for appointment to State internal. Large jar 50c. Sold by This examination will all dealers. ment U u living proof of whut It Uhm. All University, we ak of you U to vet u trial buttle. I'rlco be competitive. HKc, Goo ftiul tlM Hold Drug Threlkeld's that's the place. Dora. M. Smith, Co. Supt. Hture, luc.und Helm A Klliton. Oxfords Oxfords and Pumps. Oxfords Oxfords 3.23 It our MILLET & NAYLOR. The Judicial district committee having called a Democratic primary for November 3rd, the candidates, for circuit judge and commonwealth's attorney will get busy. Judge Bugg will seek and H. J. Morman, Sam Crosslaud and Ben Davis are also mentioned as candidates for circuit judge. For commonwealth's attorney, Mr. Hester is understood to be a candidate R. L. Smith is al for ready actively in the field, and Jno. Wickliffe may enter. Pete Seay, o May field, is also said to be a possible starter. Clinton Gazette. Mr. H. E. Wallace, the Union City Photographer, has purchased a pallerv in South Carolina and will leave Union City Aug. 15. Parties desiring him to make photographs c call at once. i-i- t4 'fl "i if es Does the foreigner pay the tax on wood pulp and print paper; or is it only on steel products, cloth, shoes - glass, sugar, lumber, etc., that he pays our taxes for us? Any republican can answer this question. Notice. Notice is hereby given to the creditors of A. F. Williams, assign ed, and all persons interested, that I will be at my office until Aug. 1st, 1908, to receive and hear proof of claim, and all claims not filed with me by Aug. 1st. 1908, will be barred from distributive. H. F. Remley, Assigne. 4c -- Miss Laura McGaugb, tff Maiden, Mo, , has been the guest of the Misses Brown for the past several days. THE HICKMAN COURIER Crara Waiter k.ntucky Uk. tha Dtw" W. 0. SPXRR Mid J. 0. SEXTON, Editor and Proprietor. River is falling rapidly. New Book Store. Croquet EnUrtd ftt th Hickman, Kentucky, Eat at Williams' restaurant. null matter. poitofflce m leoood-claBiyour calendars at home. No 2 Wheat. C. H. Moore. July IBIK, 190 TfiursttaL Why not have some band concerts? Some bantams in sheet musi- cNew Book Store. Steve Stahr made a business trip to Martin, Tenn., today. See Millet & Naylqr's add for cut prices on Ladies' Oxfords. Mrs 6. A. Perry is visiting rela tivos at Crutchfield, this week. A great price commotion at Smith Sl Amberg's Big Clearing bale Miss Marie Brevard is visiting friends in Columbus, Ky . this week T ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CAHH IN ADVAflCR. S. L. Dodds is in Fulton. - The new shade hat is the Mufton Baltzer & Dodds D G. Co Misses Julia Jackson and Utie Parham visited in Union City Sun day. That good coffee you had last time came from Bettersworth & Pra ther's Little Al Jones spent several days Kern For 2nd Place. last week with Mrs. John Ford in At the final session Friday of the Cairo. convention, Hon. John W. Kern of Mrs. H. F. Remley and Mrs. F. Indiana was nominated for vica S. Moore are visiting friends in Co acclamation. His lumbus. president by name was presanted to the conven Mrs. Guy Robbins, of Mayfield, tion by Delegate Marshal and was is the guest of her mother, Mrs. M. seconded by a host of delegates, Amberg. including Governor Folk of Missouri. Mrs. Sudberry, who has been on Charles A. Towne of New York, Clark Howell of Georgia and Archi the sick list for some time has re bald MclNeili ot Connecticut ware covered. also placed in nomination. How about that brown, derby? As the call of states proceeded it Hawes' of course. Baltzer & Dodds soon became evident that the Indt D. G. Co. ana man would land. The names of Miss Frankie Hemphill has return Towne, Howell and McNeill were ed to Louisville, after a visit to Miss withdrawn and Kern was nominated Estelle Rereau. by acclamation. Rent a Book at New Book Store Copyrights ISc ; New Fiction 25c or President Walker Banqueted. 15c and 5c per day. The Banquet given Wednesday T. A. Holcombe, wife and baby, evening by the office force, foremen of Greenville, Miss., are here the and bosses, of the Mengel Box Com guests of his parents. pany in honor of the manager, C. L. Mrs. Martha Reynolds, ol Union waiter, was a complete success in every way. The banquet was given City, visited W. A. Dodds and fami in Mr. Walker's front yard. The ly a few days last week. yard was made as light as day with Logan Duiguid, wife and baby, of gas lights, and the table, half as Fulton, are the guests of Green long as the yard, was a good sight. Walke and family this week. Barbecued mutton and pork, lots of There is nothing better tor the other things to eat and good things chicks than my No. 2 wheat. The to drink, made the occasion one to be well remembered. After supper, price is right. C. H. Moore. speeches were made by Col. Walker, Misses Light Reid and Mabel J. W. Roney, Bob Wolsifer, Allison Ayers returned Monday from Tyler, John Dillon, Sr., Capt. Ma. week's visit to friends at Dorena. lary, of the Wash Honshell, Al A number of youug folks, of East Faris, and H. F. Remley. The Hick-ma- n Hickman, spent Tuesday at Blue Band was quite an acquisition, Pond and Floating Bridge, fishing. playing throughout the supper, and The infant child of J. W. Winn, several pieces afterwards. Vocal soios oy several ot the men were living cn the John McFarland farm rendered. The occasion in every across the river, died this morning. respect, was a success, and will Quite a number of Hickmanites long be remembered by those who attended the funeral of W. M. Bacon were participants. at Poplar Gsove, Sunday afternoon Brown Will mcJt u ly wtn Order the Courier today. Days are getting shorter. Tailor shop over Rice's store. Scale Books New Book Store. L. A. Brock for Sewing machines. H. F. Remley was in Fulton Wed nesday. Goalder Johnson was on the sick list this week. Giles Bond, of Chattanooga,, here this week. Eugene Naylor was here from East Prairie Sunday. Judge F. S. Moore was in Fulton on business Wednesday See Millet & Naylor's add for cut prices on Ladies' Oxfords. Walter Bowling, of Nashville, was here a few days this week. Every day a busy day at Smith & Amberg s Big Clearing Sale Mrs. Sam Parker is visiting rela tlvcs in Ublon, lenn., this week. Clothing prices slaughtered at Smith & Amberg's Big Clearing Sale Your Dollars Will do Double Duty at Smith & Amberg's Big Clearing bate. J. W. Rogers and wife spent Tues aay wim xurs. Koy Clark, near Woodland. County Commissioner Jas. Mil ner, was here from Fulton, Monday on Dustness. Swan and Lucile Naylor, of East Prairie, are visiting W. A. Naylor Reduced Prices Summer Goods .ON I Big Reductions On: MILLINERY, LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS LAWNS, MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, I A niCC and SLIPPERS, Misses ART SQUARES, MATTINGS, ETC. We invite YOU to call and see our low Cash prices on above lines ana tamiiy. Lcm Cooper, living at Pierce Tenn., died Sunday. He owned store at that place. Mrs. P. B. Curlin returned Sun day night from a short visit to Un ion City relatives. Johnie Hunziker has gone to Chat tanooga, where he will phy in the United States Band. Try Threlkeld's Eating House next time. If you are hungry"you win be taken care ot. Yes, I got one of those new Hawes crushers at Baltzer Si Dodds D. G Co. Its the swellest yet. Mrs. Everett and children have returned to Bessie, Tenn., after visit to Miss Mattie Sanger. You never saw such good oxfords at such low pnees as at Smith &, Amberg s Big Clearing Sale. Prof. Gore and- R. B. Lathrop, of the University of Illinois, were here aunday the guests of friends. Mises Eula Johnson and Kate Mo Conn ell, of Cayce, visited at the home of W. A. Naylor Sunday. Mrs. J. Spradlin, and children. Miss Ira and Milton, are the guests ot Mrs. l. u. iTice for a few weeks wa a nve or six room house, modern improvements and centrally located. Adress care of this paper. lc miss ntnei naylor has returned to her home in East Prairie, after several weeks visit with relatives in Hickman and Cayce. Misses Lillian and Eva Jonhston. of Ripley, Tenn., were the guests of of their brother, W. A. Johnston, the hardware man, this week. Clyde Burnett and sister, Miss Willie May, and Miss Pattie May Sigmon, of Fulton, and the Misses Sparks, of McKenzie, spent Wednes day with Miss Mayme Naylor. - Baltzer & Dodds Dry Goods Company, Inc. Sorry to Lose Them. Hickman lost two mighty good people when C. P. (Porter) Shumate and wife left Monday for Newbern, Tenn., where tbey will make their future home. Mr. Shumate has held the position of cashier of the Hickman Bank for several years, but resigned because the banking business was too confining. During bis business career here, he made friends of all with whom he came in contact, and was especially popula n social and business circles. As i business man he is capable, en ergetic and trustworthy ; but sev en days in a each weelc he pos sesses an optomistlc demeanor and a kindly disposition which makes all An Old Hickman Boy. Prof. J. A. Clark, of Pueblo, Colo., an old Hickman boy writes that he had the pleasure of being a party to an automobile outting at Pueblo. There were eight cars and their trip covered aoout forty miles Prof Clark is principal of the American Buslnesss College. He was reared and educated at Hickman, and is a grandson of Mrs. M. E Wickliffe For Attorney. We are authorized this wck put before our readers the name J. B, Wickliffe, of Ballard cc:- -' as a candidate for the office of v -monwealth Attorney for the Fi'." i.u be 0. K. at Clinton. Mr. Ben T. Davis of Hickman was in town yesterday feeling the pulse of the voters as he is a tentative candidate for circuit judge in this district. Mr. Davis is very well known in this county and should he decide to make the race for Ju'lge he will have a strong follow, ing here. He will decide fully in a short time what he will do, and it is more than likely that he will run. Clinton Gazette. Methodist church Next Sunday morning the pastor, Rev. J. W. Waters, will deliver a sermon on the "First and Last Duty of Man." At night the subject will be "Just One Thing." Sunday school at 9 .30 a. m. H. F. Taylor, candidate for coun ty clerk, was here from Fulton Mon day, shaking hands with the voters. The Courier failed to mention Misses Irene Williams and Adelaide Wilson last week as two of the party who spent the Fourth at Columbus, Ky. 1798 Transylvania Continuing UNIVERSITY Kentucky University Attend Transylvania University. A standard institution with elective courses, modern equipment, scholarly surroundings, good moral influences. Expenses reasonable. Students from 27 states and 7 foreign countries. First term begins Sept. 14th, 1908. Write for catalog to-da- y. President Transylvania University, Lexington, E3i The following gentlemen attended Masonic lodge at Cayce, Saturday : Mrs. C. F. Baltzer and Miss Det- - A. S. Rosedale, Capt. Bates, H. T. tre chaperoned a picnic Tuesday at Beale, Goalder Johnson, Charlie King's Pond. There were twelve ravis, Erie Johnson and Gordon young ladies in the party, and an Rice. The visitors report a big enjoyable time had. An excellent time. lunch was spread on the ground. Ko The service Sunday night at the daking, games, races, and other Methodist church will be conducted amusements passed the day by the Sunday School. Twelve members of this school will give a Chas. Mier, formerly a resident talk on the work of difof this city, came up on the ''Liber- ferent departments. An interesting ty" from New Madrid, Tuesday, on program has been prepared. Membusiness. Mr. Mier conducts a bers of all denominations are invitbutcher-sho- p and does a live stock ed and urged to be present ; especialcommission business at that place ly those interested in the Sunday and is doing well. He left Hick- school work. Service begins promptman twelve years ago, but is the ly at 8 o'clock and will last 40 same old Charlie. two-minu- There was a man Here from Troy last week picking out a route for a railroad from that city to Hickman. He said the road was to cross the river here. The postoffice al Martin, was rub bed Sunday morning by unknown persons, who made their escape. $75 cash and S6 worth of stamps were taken. Mrs. G. L. Boswell, of Milburn, Ky , and Mrs. Tom Tucker and children, of Fulton, visited Rev. Waters and family from Saturday until Monday. J. B. Wickllffe, candidate for Commonwealth Attorney of this district, was here from Wickliffe, Ky., Tuesday, shaking hands with Fulton county voters. A Demonstration -- A number of the young folks had an enjoyable time Friday evening at the home of W. A. Dodds, at a fare well party for Miss Frankie Hemp. mil. music anu dancing were much enjoyed. A large number of the young folks. chaperoned by Mrs. Val Carpenter and Mrs. Choate. spent the dav Wednesday at Floating Bridge fish ing, l he trip was in honor of Misses Brandon, of Benton, Ky, National Biscuit Co.'s Products Friday, July All Day flYou are invited to come and samole reely all the good things. Judicial District. Mr. Wickliffe Is native of E " lard county, at which place, top-'with Carlisle county, he has ora-- t eu ww ior twenty years II' u u Rose. son of Col. Chas, Wickliffe, cc.:r Clark's remarkable strides from of the 7th Ky. Xegiroent Conf. the ordinary surroundings of accun latearmy. Col. Wickliffe Ics' It try youth to that of the head of life In battle, and Charles was large institution of learning is anoth to make his own way in life, " er demonstration of what pluck and when old enough took up the pr K will do and that sion of law. He is not only a possibly the germ of true gieatness made man, but a splendid law,er love him. eminates only from obscurity born possessing a strong personality In his new home, Shumate wil oi hardship. good sense. look after the books ot a big raer- In his twenty years' law prat ' catile establishment. A Cracker-JacSale. and equally as many years conitar As a matter of fact, the ''latch labor for the interests of the D?m The progressive firm of Smith string always hangs out" in Hick Amberg are right in the midst of cralic party, he has never askel f ' man for both he and his good wife. a big clearing sale this week. The office but once the office of Cole' Attorney of Ballard county. T Get your school books at New announcment of a sale it their store this office he was elected in Vib never fails to create a sensation Book Store. and this time they have smashed al and it is said by those who kr. r records in the matter of giving bar that he made the best attorney county ever had. He is also a c.v gains. There is not an article the house that has not been reduced above reproach, standing high wherIn price. If there is one thing amoni? ever he is known. others this that firm's advertising h Without any verbose, long-wi- r manager is particular about, it is the eulogy, Mr. Wickliffe asks the . stating only of facts In thsir adver slderation of the voters of his 1 t OFtuing. If they offer you a suit of trict in the behalf of his Candida') clothes for 10c, call for it that's He thinks Ballard county shoulJ cf the price, and you'll g(t it. If vou recognized in this race,, as they na naven t attended this, sale, go today. not furnished a judge or corair.c"" ana see one ot the largest and most wealth attorney for the district w progressive firms of Western Ken twenty years. tucky in action, Mr. Wickliffe is running ubj t to the November primary, and The Henry A. Tvler. chanter feel sure that we would make r." Will be Given at Daughters of the Confederacy, of mistake in electing him. He is a oiumous, K.y., have mounted the pleasant, genial fellow, and you w eld cannon used by the Confederate ikc ntm. forces at that place in 1861. It was molded at Memphis and weiehs 13. Pete Wilson, colored, was murr 352 pounds and Is one of the longest ed and burned in his house at Urn " guns macie during the Civil War. City, Saturday night. After tt At the evacuation of Columbus by fire was extinguished Wilson's be . the Confederate i.rmy it was spiked was discovered in the ruins. A anu rcnucrca useless, for twentv examination of the body reveals five years It rested in the Mississippi gash of about four inches, diagona' River where it had fallen caused by y across the breast, over the hear'i the caving bank, but was taken un completely severing two of his rf by the citizens of Columbus. A and cutting the heart in two. A marble slab with the history of the thorough investigation will be ma gun will be erected near by on the at once by the authorities. hill overlooking that town, which will be pf gret interest in the fu- The Hickman Concrete Compa' s putting in a concrete walk in tte ture. front and rear of Clifton Steele J If you use a pulverized or ground building, occupied by Baltzer coffee you can get an extra fine one Dodds Co., and G. N. Helm's buiU from C. II. Moore at 25c per pound. tig on Clinton and Water Streets- i i- - ss t: a- -j -- k tf Ellison Bros. Store 17 V - r he rarmer s Prosperity. the American farmer went out C MB till VLUI I1C UUUHtU LILdll would have to sell hii farm fnr lriri I nnl nnnnoh in the world to pay half his If- sam 0om whim Irmt ejtpflcipd, In jour Iiome properly Inmired T It ahoulil lie jrou tn&r bo next to burn out. ic ni inn mnnrviman irusi 1 Take Out a Small Fire Insurance Policy Now and be Safe ! lt I). S.. mnkB nil low rntei nnd eltliniiout AH mi of them. it too Inte nftcr the flrr. Wo tin I1ICHT rompnnloa In thn rep-mer- ll .1 prompt Standard Oil. and enough Have m win I nrnciri am Trust off the industrial map ol the trust seems like ii mmiiir? .1 Mini .i i. ..iiiirtia ill inc it R. T. TYLER, 1 Agt il. American harvest would intrilnm nf Hlniiim. Klnff two would buy Italy ; three spoi casn price, wouiu taice Vidl. of swollen fortunes I With huh inc muncv- t . ."iui cvciv urmrr L, rr iiiir i it;; ' n i iiiiiurH U1U litC WLIKUl Ul LWCIILV'lUUl I1CW Unly ii the most athletic ran ri'nrpiup nr curn of wmMk II , 1L U U1ICC P a r nf hnr 1UUI II mitrlr Vtrnh farmer. incomprehensible f it would t t - n r rr nwm innn nna 1 ii ' at Republic la ;nai inc revenues or ronugai arc noi nearly inc. earn ne ol the Amen- - can farmer's hen "Merely the crumbs that drop from the farmer s table (other wise exports, known as agricultural have brought him in enough of foreign money since 1892 to enable him, if he wished, to settle the rail way problem once for all by buying every foot of railroad in the United States. Such is our New Farmer a man for whom there is no name in any language. He is as far above the s as an 1906 farmer of the touring car is above a jinrikishaInstead of being an ignorant hoe man in a barnyard world, he gets the news by daily mail and tele phone ; incidentally publishes 700 trade journals of his own. Instead of being a moneyless peasant he pays the interest on the mortgage with the earnings of a week. Even this is less expense than it seems, fcr he borrows the money from himself, out of his own banks, and spends the bulk of the around his own properties. "Farming for a business not for a living this is the motive of the new farmer. Me is a commercialist a man jof the twentieth century. He works as hard as the old farmer did, but in a higher way. He uses story-booktax-mon- the 4 M's mind, money, machinery and muscle r but as little of the lat ter as possible. "Hcither is he a Robinson Crusoe of the soil ; as the .old farmer was. His hermit days are over;, he Is a man among men. The railway, the trolley, the automobile, and the top buggy have translormed him Into a suburbanite. In fact his business has become so complex nnd manysided that he touches civlization at more points and lives a larger life than If he were one of the atoms of a crowd ed city. 'All American farmers, of course, are not of the new variety. The country like the city, has its slums. But after having made allowance for exceptions, it is still true that the United States is the native land of the new farmer. He is the most typical human produced, and the most important, for in spite of its egotistical cities, the United States is still a nation Selected. farm-base- d Resolutions of Respect. As a token of our sincere apprccla (ion of the invaluable services rend ered by ourjate Worshipful Master, C. Jr. Shumate, whose recent dc parture from this city occasions deepest regret on the part of the fraternity, be it Resolved, That in the loss of him from our midst, not only does Hick man lose a splendid citizen honest upright and loved by all but that Hickman Lodge No, 761, F. & A. M., loses a most zealous official, ever ready to execute any task for the uplifting of the order or its member ship. His daily life was one worthy of emulation, and fruitful of those virtues and principles which charac terize Masonry and its precepts. Therefore, be it Resolved, That the lodce extend to him its sincere and thankful appreciation of the services rendered it ; and wish for him in his new home You Don't Kjnow How good an Ico Cream Soda can bo until Wo get the riohost and you try ours. most delicious Ico Cream. We blend it in tho soda with absoluiely pure Fruit Juices, and servo it to you in the daintiest way imaginable, at just the right temperature. Pastor For Baptist Church. Rev Andrew Turkington has been engaged oy the Baptist people of this city as pastor of their church. Rev. Turkington is a native of Ireland, and Hickman enjoys the unique distinction of having the only imported pastor in Western Kentucky. In keeping with his nationality, he is a bright, entertaining speaker, and withal a splendid preacher. Services at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening. Pray er meeting, iuesday evening, hver- body is cordially invited to attend. peace and happiness, together with the richest blessings of the great Atchitect. Done by order of the lodge, July 13, 1908. C. B. Travis, J. C. Sexton, W. C. Speer, Committee. Helm Ellison Route Five. Lost Two urday night with Buck Esque and wife. Fingers.. Vhile adjusting a belt on the cut off circular saw at the mill of the Fulton Manufacturing Company Fri day Mr. H. F. Oliver sustained painful injuries, necessitating the amputation of the index and middle fingers of the left hand. Just after midnight Sunday nieht Dr. W. T. Berry's drugstore at Oakton was destroyed by fire, together with the post office which was in the same building. Electric fans, ice cold drinks, re gular or short order meals at Williams' place. Give it a trial. Kesterson & Bros, will give a bar becue and ice cream supper at little Odion Bridge, Saturday, July 25th Miss Mary Savage returned to her home at Jackson, Saturday, after a visit to Miss Edna Mrs. Fred Mosier is on the sick list. Little Delbert Pearson, is very sick this week. Profits Given Away at Smith & Amberg's Big Gearing Sale. The farmers have all been busy threshing wheat the past few weeks. Misses Sue and Beulah Bruer at tended services at Reelfoot, Sunday. Jim Calhoun, of Union City, is in the bottom picking berries this week. Bud Caldwell and wife went to the lake to fish, one day last week. Mrs. Pattie Wilson spent last Sat Throw your old hat away and buy a new one at Smith & Amberg's Big Clearing Sale. Will Hamblen and wife made d trip to the bottom to pick berries one day last week. H. W. Howard, of near Crescent,- made a trip to Union City one day last week. Christian Church. Bible School 9:30 a. m. munion service at 11 :00 a. m. Candy and cigars 4 Com- Williams' If 'You Don't Object iunmnwaVaVr n- mm m. to Saving Money Attend Smith & Amberg's c i xxaf,.aav'vu WaTaaivvmuuituT KizA h h h mm i mm mm mm mm mm c mm mm - -- ftw mm. mm mm n mm mm mm mm mm r mm mmm, . mm mm mm PRICES CRACKED ON EVERYTHING XX PAUmrlri I la a it No. 3. Montgomery According to Sec. 2, County School Fairview 4. last week. District Law, Fulton County has been Watson 5. Prices via surprise you divided into four Educational Diviii Graves 6. ii sions, these divisions being ' 7." Dist. B and numbered as follows : Number pupil children in EducaEducational Division No. 1. tional Division No. 3, 551. t TT it. . t tl (J No 1. Rock Spring, Educational Division No. 4. No 2. Woodlawn t. No 1. Sycamore Chapel, wt naa 3. Miivii Taylor Blue Pond, 2. uesuay, snaictng nanas " " 4. Palestine 3 Sassafras Ridge " Brown 5. New Hope 4. ' 6. " Liberty Island No 8 5. 7. McFadden ' Madrid Bend 6. ' ' 8. Lodgton 7. Dist. C 9 " Dlst. H Bruer passed through Number pupil children in Educaii 10. Dist. G Division No. 4, 562. Number pupil children in Educa- tional Urucr, of Tennessee. The names and boundaries of the Division No 1, 545. tional white school districts remain the the children can find Educational- Division No. 2. same as under the old law, but the ii ii iv r in iiprn niir No. 1. Edmiston, numbers have been changed. For 2. " Cayce future convenience, the & C. U. of A. Lodge, " 3. "V Rural will be known by the names and num4. Simmons bers as given above. This is done i i t r 5. Ruih Creek in accordance with Bulletin No. 4, uly 20, to members on- Roper Stale Department of Education. It i ' 7.. Hazel Dell is possible that the divisions as givj 8. Dist. I en above may not be satisfactory in 9. Dist. E every case, but changes may be (i 10. Dist. D made whenever they are necessary. n i rr k niinnn i ninm. Number pupil children in Educat i rr J On the first day of August, an nnir nun niinai hai tional Division No. 2, S05. election of one trustee will be held skiffs were sunk and in Educational Division No. 3. in each white school the county. This will be the first No. 1. the same time. Upper Bottom, election under the new law, and as the County Superintendent no longer a has the right to appoint trustees in WwwWaJI case of vacancies, it is absolutely necessary that each elect a trustee, in order to be represented on the Division Board. Dora M. Smith, County Supt. "THE MAGAZINE MAN"3 sub-divid- County School Districts. Stubbs ii 2. f Sub-distri- ct Sub-dis- W a a Rush Creek. The infant child of John Lunsford and wife is quite sick. Our protracted meeting is in progress. We have good sermons, but as yet no professions. Misses Lottie Weaver and Inez Bynum, of near Fulton, attended services at Rush Creek Sunday. Miss Georgia Weaver is visiting her uncle, Mr. P. Henry this week. He has been ill for a week or so, but is improving now. State Line. Mrs. Mary Rose visited relatives in Hickman last week. J. P. Maddox was a caller near Moscow Sunday afternoon. Ed Rice, of Hickman, spent last week with his uncle, W. B. Clark. R. L. Ballow, of Cayce, was in this vicinity Tuesday, on business. Burrus Brasfield is buying wheat for B. C. Branham & Co., of Union City: Several of our young people attended services at Mt. Zion Sunday , night. T. L. Bransford, of Union City, was the guest of T. A. Prather, Sr. Sunday. Dr. D. C. Maddox, of Memphis, spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks. Miss Mary Burrus spent last week with hir sister, Mrs, J. R. Moss, near Union City. Little Miss Clara Clark, daughter of W. B. Clark, has been very sick for several day. W. V. Carter, of Rives, Tenn., attended the funeral of W. M. Bacon here Sunday. Misses Ivey and Addie Corum, of Union City, were the guests of their cousin, Miss Ida Corum, last week. J. R. Moss and daughter, of Union City, were the guests of her parents, S. B. Burrus Saturday and Sunday. Misses Maggie Lee Rice and Johnson, of Hickman, were the guests of Mrs. W. B. Clark last Wednesday. Lee Maddcx and wife, of Terrell, Tenn., are spending some time with relatives here. Mr. Maddox is occupied with wheat threshing. Ha-zel- le Mrs. Jas. Keiser and sister, Mrs. - Sub-distri- ct ts a tt "6. Luetta Hawkins, attended services at the Primitive Baptist Church at Rock Spring, Saturday. Sid Smith and wife were called hastily to Pierce Station last Friday, to the bedside of Mr. Smith's Mr. Cooper, who was seriously ill and died that afternoon. Miss Eva Murchison and Robert Bondurant were united in marriage at the home of the bride, last Sunday afternoon. They left for Shar-roTenn., immediately after the brother-in-law, n, y ceremony. Mrs. Ida Wheeler, daughter of Mr. Seals, living on the Noonon m ! sub-distri- ct Sub-dls- t. place, died July 8th. The remains were interred in Rush Creek cemetery, July 8th. Funeral1 services by Bro. Bransford. -t- -i , m m ir SO nn Z UU ) SI I thirty years known as Leslie's Magazine) The American Magazine and for music lovers Etude- 1 J The American Magazine and The Success Magazine PC I Qu The American Magazine and Good )$ PC Housekeeping j IU The American Magazine, Review of Reviews, Womans Aome Companion, Chlldrens Magazine, Regular price $6.00, )$n PP DO all four for J J J For Other Club offers address JULIAN BRAMBLE. Hickman, Ky. Mrs. W. H. Caldwell is visiting relatives in Paducah, The Courier and the weekly Commercial-Appeal one year for SI. 25. The Steamer Liberty will run an excursion from Hickman to Columbus Saturday night. 35c round trip. Mrs. B. T. Davis and Miss Vircf Walter W. ginia Davis returned Wednesday The whereabouts from Monteagle, Tenn. They were Meadows, who left home at accompanied home by C. L. King, 4 is still unSaturday July father of Mrs. Davis, who will spend known. Without any reason to his several days here. or family he took a sudden friends notion to depart for greener fields and the only information that his wife had of his going was when she received a note saying that he had gone for parts unknown and that she would not hear from him for a year or more. He took with him his Agents oldest son, aged ten years. From Mayfield he went to Paducah and nothing has been heard of him since he reached that city. The sud len leave of Meadows was a surprise to his friends and a shock to his wife and relatives. He has six small children. Values too good to miss at Smith & Amberg's Big Clearing Sale. sub-distri- ct Called to Rest Wilson Marion Bacon, one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of the county, died Saturday at noon at the home of his sister, Mrs. T. D. Berry, near Woodland Mills, Tenn., after a two week's illness. Mr. Bacon was born in Owen county, Ky., in. 1837, and came to Obion county in 1857, where he has since resided. During the war he served with distinction in the Confederate army. He was a member of the K. of H.,K and the Christian church. Deceased is survived by his wife ; one sister, Mrs. T. D. Berry ; and three sons, Drew, Charles and Lem. Mr. Bacon was as universally loved as any man in the state. He was a good man possessing those traits of character which placed him at a long remove above the average an indulgent father a model citizen a Christian gentleman. It is needless to add that he will be missed by his large circle of friends and relatives. Funeral services were conducted at Poplar Grove by Rev. Freed, of Henderson, Tenn., and was one of the largest attended funeral ever witnessed in this part of the state. The Courier extends sympathy to the bereaved ones. Miss Mayme Naylor entertained I. T. and J. U. G. Clubs Saturday afternoon in honor of her cousin, Miss Ethel Naylor, of East Prairie. Punch was served by Misses Christine and Miriam Luten. A penny contest was a feature of the evening At progressive Raffles, Miss Detreau was the winner of th: prize, an ivory stick fan. Refreshments of cream, cake and salted peanuts were served. 0 Capt. French, of the Steamer Liberty, was arrested Monday on a warrant charging him with selling intoxicating liquors without, a license. The offense is alleged to have been committed one day last week when a party from here got on the boat and were put off near Stumpy Point above town. The trial has been set for Friday. H. G. Barrett returned this moping from Columbus, Miss., where he has been for the past few weeks. Mrs. C. C. Smith and son, Frank, leave Friday night for Monteagle, Tenn., to be gone several days, May-fiel- d, M for the 100 (TtfeU-Muk-) NT0 BETTOW ii Tt Will Pay You to Come Fifty Miles to Attend the Great ...Mid5eason Clearing Saie... It Is The Biggest Event Of Unsurpassed Values Ever Held In Hickman And You Can't Afford To Miss It Your Neighbors and Friends Will Come So You Had Better Come, Tool! You must not miss this Sale! You cannot without ignoring the most stupendous chance for economy ever offered. It seems almost increditable that we can sell the goods at such sacrifices, in many instances, less than actual cost. We are overstocked greatly so, and are willing to lose money in order to clean up before fall. Every section of this store is now a bargain center. You cannot begin to realize the chances for saving, unless you come and carefully examine the goods and prices. FREE GIFTS 'Saturday 2:30 p. m., 9 p. m. We are going to give away a great pile of merchandise at 2:30 Saturday afternoon and 9 o'clock in the evening. We want to show our appreciation of your presence and all you will have to do will be to catch the presents we shall throw from the roof. There will be all sorts of things to please all sorts of people. There'll be something for Little Sammie and Little Nellie and whole bunches of presents for their father and mother. Everyone will be happy and have a good time. Be sure to be on hand and get a present free. Remember the time Saturday 2:30 p. m. and 9:00 p. m. "' A Few Only Wash Goods and 8c Lawns, plain and fancy : 4c figures, at 12 2 and 10c Fancy Lawns, ba8c tiste and Dimities at... 15c Fancy Lawns and Dimities, 11c saie price 25 and 20c Foulards and Lace 6 1-l-- a Few . Of the Hundreds Domestics wide, of Bargains Mentioned Below Tabic Linens 35c grade Red Table Linen 21c 40c grade Red Table Linen 28c 60 and 50c bleached Table Linen, .....42c reduced to 75c bleached Table Linen.. 54c SI grade bleached Table Linen 79c reduced to 75s bleached Table Napkins..61c 1.25 bleached Table Napkins. 98c reduced to . White Goods 10c India Linens, at 8c 15 and 12 India Linen.. 10c 20 and 18c India Linen 15c 25c India Linen 19c 15c stripe and check Dimities, 12c sale price 20c Stripe and check Dimities, 15c special sale price 25c Dimities, very beautiful qualities, at 18c 15 and 35c Waistings in plaids, figures, stripes, etc at 10 to 20c 40 and 50c mercerized Waistings, beautiful designs, at 29c 50c Dress Linens, white, pink and blue, at 39c Laces and Embroideries 6, 5c and 8c Val Laces in a large 5c variety of patterns, at 15 and 10c Val Laces, at 9c 60c Lace, very pretty patterns, at 48c 79c 1.00 Lace 5c and 6c Embroideries, Edgings 3 and Insertions 12 and 10c Embroideries 7c 20 and 15c Embroideries 10c 35 and 25c Embroideries 18c 30 and 35c Corset Cover Embrol 25c deries, at 50 and 60c Corset Cover Embroideries, at 39c 7 All-ovAll-ov- er l-. Dress Goods 35 and 25c Cotton Dress Brown Domestic 1 yard worth 5c, sale price G:..j Stripes at ISc Brown Domestic worth 8c reduced to 6c 8c Bleached Domestic 6c 9c Bleach Domestic reduced to 7c 10-- 4 Pepperell Sheeting 25c Bleached Mohawk Sheets, sale price 79c Bleached Mohawk Special Sheets, sale price 65c 20c Bleached Pillow Slips ...... 15c 15c Bleached Pillow Slips 11c 81-90, 25 and 20c Linens, blue, brown 15 c and pink 12c 15c Linen, blue and white 25c imported Zephyr Ginghams, 18c at 10c 15c Red Seal Ginghams 20c Mayflower Madras, attractive 15c patterns, at 15c Madras and Percale Shirting 12 Quilts 75c White Quilts, plain and frinc- 48c ed, sale price 59c 85c White Quilts, plain .. S1.25 While fringed Quilts 98c . ! sale price 60 and 50c light colored IV Goods in plain Mohairs ': fancy checks and stripes 60c Dress Goods in Moha ' Serges etc., solid eclors a 4.; 85 and 75c all ool goods, hairs, Panama, Serges, fa and solid colors, at 1 10 and 1 00 all woe' Dr Goods in solid and fant y :. "y orins, sale price j t 3 Silks 60 and 50c black Taffeta, a g . value at the price 85 and 75c black Taffeta a 1 10 and 1 00 black TafMa 1.50 black Taffeta . 1 sale price Madras Shirting l-- 2c 12 l-- 10c 10c Gingham Checks 8c 5c 8c Gingham Checks 15 and 12 Percales, neat l-- Men! Let Us Again Call Your Mention To the Best Chance of Your Life To Save Money on Good Clothing 25.00 and 22.50 Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits, choice. " " " I figures 10c Percales !., .. Royal Percales, at 10c 8c 5c 4 65c fancy Foulard Silks 1.10 and 1.00 Foulard fr. 7 Silks reduced to 60 and 50c colored Taffeta i reduced to 4. 75ccolorl Taffeta Silks AU fancy Silk Waistings in bea. ful patterns 12 1 r i 20c Cotton Voiles, a very special ..9c bargain Choice of all standard prints.... 5c Ladies Waists Ladies and Childrens Hose 25c plain black and drop stitch Hose 21c 40 and 35c Lise Hose 29c 50c lace, tan and black Hose..39c 20c black Hose 15c 12 2 and 10c black Hose 8c Black Hose 5c 25c Children's Hoie 19c 20c Tuffenuff 15c 10c black and. tan Hose 8c Black Hose, ribbed 5c '. 18.50 " 15.00 Suits (this years).. 13.50 and 12.50 Suits (this years) this yearsj 8.50 and 10.00 Suits, broken lots SL and 12.50 Young Men's Suits, broken lots. 10.00 5.00 and 7.00 Young Men's Suits, broken lots .15.50 ..12.50 -- .11.00 12.50 and 16.50 Suits .8.98 .5.00 .3.50 Mens Pants 3.48 50c Waists sltly soiltl . 1 SI to 75c Waists " 1 2.00 to 1.25 " 1 1 3.50 to 2.95 4 whlte,SulU worlh 2 50 at 2 ' 1.25 srrort sleeve Waist.. 1 lot lot lot lot ' 1.50 7.50 5.50 r. I ! Ladies Vests 10c quality 15c 20c 25c " . Dress Skirts Ladiesilk Gloves t 5.00 4.00 3.00 2.00 1 Boys Knee Suits and and and and 6.00 Suits now " 4.50 " 3.50 " " 2.50 " IW, ... 1.75 & 1.50 long Silk Gloves 1.19 1.25 long Silk Gloves 85c 75c long Silk Gloves 59c 60 and 50c long Silk Gloves....39c Black Kid Gloves, damaged....25c Misses black, blue Panama a" MohalrSklrts, $3 value 1 4" Ladles 3.25 black, lirown M:".a ' Tu ..Mf ... 50 .2.98 .2.48 1.69 1 91 a......... 79c 59c Muslin Underwear 75c Gowns, now 85c " " 1.00 " 1.35 85c Skirts " 1.00 " 1.35 " " 1.50 " " 35c Drawers, now.. ' 40c ... 60c Knee Pants 48c 68c .79c 98c 68c 79c Copyright 1908 by Hart Schaffner & Marx 1.00 and Pants 75 and 85c Pants 60 and 50c Pants ."'., , 5.00 Pants 3.50 ' 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 KMiMl!liNlNMMMi ...3.48 2.89 2 Skirts, for 2.25. 2.50 light Colored Skir t. 75 at 1 ...2.19 1.75 t) ! Ml ,...1.40 ....1.19 98c Ladies 4.50 and 4.00 Skirts, brown, gray, blue special 5.00 and 4.00 Panama and fi 1 " " 42c 1.50 Youths Pants hairSklrts.bl'kand colors 3 7 7.50 bl'k, bhie, brown Panama at 5' Oxfords 5.00 4.00 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.75 1.25 Mens Hats 3.98 3.00 Hats " 3.25 2.50 3.48 2.00 2.98 1.25 2.48 Straw Hats Underwear ,,..2.25 t..,1.65 50c Underwear..,, " . ;t 48 35c ,..,98c 25c Boys Underwear..... 3 off Suspenders ..39c 50c Suspenders Carpets, Mattings, Etc. 42c ,21c ,15c ...8c 79c 40c 89c .. 1.00 23c 29c Florsheim Oxfords tan Oxfords patent Oxfords mens Oxfords ladies Oxfords 35c 21c 20c 19c 15c 30c Ingrain Carpets 35c Reversible 60c Wool Carpets 12.50 9x12 Rugs.... 16.50 .. 4?: 10 4? 12 75c " 42c .59c 23c 25.00 12 c 198 Matting 1' 35c Corset Covers 50c 75c " 1.35 " 39c 48c 79c Childrens " " " 1.98 Mens Shirts 1.69 1 48 1.50 Shirts... 1.15 and 98c 98c 1.00 " 79c and 65c 39 to 1.79 65c and 50c Shirts ..42c Socks 50c Socks 35 and 25c Socks 12 and 10c Socks Belts 42c 1.00 Belts now 21c 50c 8c 35 and 25c Suspenders 21c 20c 25c Japanese Matting ...... 30c " ... 75c Lace Curtains 1.00 ISc 1 'c 2: 7 - REMNANTS Remnants of all kinds dress goods, wash goods, table linen, domestics, calicoes, white goods, mattings, carpets, embroideries, laces. Smith & Amberg ICE2STTITCMvY IMPORTANT NOTICE Above prices are strictly cash. All charges at regular prices. Funeral of Mrs. Stacy. the Waxahacie (Tex ) Dally we cup me following j large number of people wh(? led the funeral of Mrs. H, 0. Thursday afternoon attested spular esteem in which she was by friends and acquaintances. ist sad rites were conducted ir. 13. A. Copass, former pas ere of the deceased. He spoke ;ly and impressively and paid jtiful tribute to the many noble of this excellent lady. Minnie Marrs Stacy was it Hickman, Ky., in 1866, and to Sherman, Texas, in 1883. is married to Dr. H. 0. Stacy erman in 1885 and came with M Waxahachle In 1895. She member of the Bantist church. Wjg united with that denomlna- Rgbout twenty years ago. She Dt only a devoted christian, Jng of a cheerful disposition friends of everybody with rshe came in contact. This ship wis evidenced by the 9m , S3 J Goes a Step Higher. Miss Bonnie Carpenter has accepted a position with the Methodist Conference Female Institute at Jlck-soTefln., as commercial teacher and private secretary of that institution, which, by the way, is otit of th: best in the South. Miss Car penter will leave about the last of next month to take up her work n, This is what The Jlufly Storo has to any : Our Clothing Business Has 'Been Extra Good season II V ' there. The Courier congratulates the management of this institute upon their selection of Miss Carpenter. There is not a more sensible, charming and accomplished young lady in the state. Because we handle the best lines of Clothing manufactured in the United States. They are made to fit, and are just exactly right in any 1$ Our stock is color or style you may want. broken, but we can fit you with a suit you'll be ? WHY number of Deautiful floral of- with which her last resting proud of. Give Us a Look. -- ras bedecked. the conclusion of the services home a lone procession fol- Ithe remains to the city ceme- rhere the interment was made, isbers of the family attending serai were Mrs. R. M. Mc- bf Galveston, Mrs. J. N. John- .Midland, Mr. E. W. Maris nuleee Okla,, Mr. Arthur fof McKlnney and Mrs. Etta of Sanger. ' OHIO, I sSSfn These Prices Are For Any Suit in the House. NONE For CASH Only 1 I have two nice wal sets, of three pieces marble-towashstand and dressers. with good bed. springs and mattresses S20 each. Walnut "what-not- " and tall chevel mirror; besides many other pieces of house furnishings from cellar to garret well worth their prices. For those interested in "ye olden time" novelties mar rosewood sideboard, solid e walnut tessellar bedstead, two divans, chairs, etc. All must go, and time is short. Mrs. M. E. FOR SALE bed-room nut p ble-to- p hand-mad- Powell, Fancq (HI Fancy El. I CAM land p 111 or ittNTT Tolmipo.i Htn(fl afreald, and that .aid pay win iuiiioi iiTtr. ill inir.i" IIS for rncli nntt evtry rnw of t'a- ml t aiinnt i cured nr inn u.e in ftttirrliliurr. FltANK J.OHKNKV. lwfor ulicrllit A.my tlotills rtli hip mill lciinbr. In I day of A. W. Ol.KAHON, Notamt 1'unMC. t'Cntarrh Oure U taken Internally. I directly mi the blood ana murout oi m rty.icm. nenu tur inn- - J, rbenty innkr oath Hint Iik U rinrr hi iiiniiriuni r.j. uiianrjr Bliiic liukinri In the CUT of Toledo, Suits 25.00 Suits. 22.H0 Suits $18.75 20.00 Suits 16.50 Suits tee. ' Hi rail Drinmltt.. Ite lull' Family lllUforcon.tlpatloti. J t'MKN KY k 00. Toledo. O. 15.00 Suite 12.50 Suits 10.00 Suits ival Meeting to Begin. . H. Sheffer, of Memphis, a revival meeting at the churrh, in Hickman, jr'evenlng, July 27th. Shelter ranks among the sinister of the great broth- his pulpit work is of the order; possessed of a fine commanding personality thorough knowledge of the rill enjoy these services, and uded a cordial, invitation to at. res Chills and Fever. rirt. Nacoirdoehe. Tcia. ayi: HUrhad chilli and fever for three could not find nnytlilntr Unit a. her till lie umm! llerhlne. IIU not keep Iioumi without It, mill too niurii iur it." rnce wo. 3rflU' lirutf Store. Inc.. nml ' jp - mm 8.25 Vests cl nice lot to 5.00 Vests 4.00 Vests 3.50 Vests select from and you need one, too. .$3.90 . 2.75 2.35 . I V XWtA 2.50 Vests. 1.75 and 1.50 Vests. . 1.75 1.25 9.50 and 8.50 Suits Special prices on lints H4 tn Syrscuw. Specinl prices on Furnishings. A lot of Children's Wash Suits, 2.50 Suit $1.75-$2.- 00 9Oc-?1- .00 3 to 8 years, at a Big Bargain ! ! $1.25 Suits Suits $1.45-$1.- 50 Suits $1.15 Suits 78c 76c Suits 60c Big Lot of Low Quarter Shoes at a Low Price . ClllMiU. New "Hawes" Hats, just any style and color, $3 tuation is Flattering. B. T. Davis, next Circuit the First Judicial District, londay in Hickman county up his tences tor the Ur- gtship. II- - was enlhusiasti-:eive- d by the voters of that fand was the recipient of en- Iment far in excess of his ex- JS. Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co. The Democratic Platform, t The platform cites that. the 're- publican congress just ended appro; priated SI, 008,000, 000 . exceeding the previous year by 890,000,000, inf flagrant disregard of the fact that a. deficit of $60,000,000 is now assured,and denounces the heedless waste of the people's money as a crime against the working people. The promise of tariff reform by the epublicans is welcomed as a recog nition of the righteousness of the democratic position. "We favor the immediate revision of the tariff by the reduction of import duties. Articles entering into competition ' with articles controlled by the trusts should be placed on the free lists ; material reductions should be made on the necessity of life, especially articles corrrppting with such American manufacturers as are sold abroad cheaper than at home, and graduated reductions should be made in other schedules necessary to restore the tariff to a revenue basis." It particularly mentions wood pulp, printing paper, lumber, ogs, wood and timbers for the tree list. "We condemn as a violation of the spirit of our institutions the action of the present chief executive in using patronage of his high of fice to secure the nomination of one of his cabinet officers." It favors an income tax, recom mends the submission of a constitutional amendment authorizing a tax on individual and corporated incomes so that wealth shall bear its pro portionate share of the burdens of the federal government. "We favor the election of United States senators by direct vote and regard this reform as the gateway to other national reforms." It favors the admission of Arizona-anNew Mexico as states, urges the upbuilding of a merchant ma- J rine without bounties from the pub- present indications are that )avis will be the strongest the race. The Courier has twed a number of the leading Fishing is good. local Democracy, together embers of the bar. business Raffles New Book Store. conservative citizens, and Miss Sadie Amberg was in Union an exception, all are unani- - City, Saturday. endorsing his candidacy. Need a sewing machine? See L. illity as a jurist able and hare at once recognized by all A. Brock, at Rices Store. )w nlm. You make the profit at Smith & Iher fact is, Davis is not Amberg's Big Clearing Sale. ; and since Ful- il residence in FOR RENT jnty hasn't hau a man in East Hickman. Apply to Miss Jes- of the district offices for al- 5tfc Outten. twenty years, it seems but sie Judge H. F. Remley spent hat he is receiving the hearty in Fulton in the interest of his igement of his friends in all candidacy. interested relieve Fulton county is en- Finis Clark, Dr. Adams and Dick elect this time and Judrje Carrigan were here from Bessie first Is the man. of the week. Cl&ndler, telegraph Chester operator at Gibbs. was the guest of J. R. Brown and family Sunday. It Sure You Are Right Eugene Naylor, of East Prairie, I hen uo Ahead Mo., was in this city a few hours Sunday, the guest of his father, Judge J. Naylor. ten you Want Cream Mrs. Fannie Shaw spent Sunday tSee That You Got and Monday with her sister, Mrs, Dr. E. L. Williams, at Chrystal, Tenn. She was accomanied home by her son Dixie, The Courier Realty Co. has a 3 acre track of land at Hickman June-tio- n rho Cream of Merit... that we will sell t'll make no Mistake lot joins the intersectioncheap.the The of N. C. &. St. L. railroad and the ColumUckman Drug Co. bus wagon road. Terms to suit incorparatta purchaser. office-seeker MAINLY .ABOUT FOLKS YOU IvISTOW Geo. Fowler was here from Ful-- ! ton, Tuesday. Values too good to miss at Smith & Amberg's Big Clearing Sale. Miss Mena Diestlebrink is spending a few weeks with friends at Chicago 3605 Lake Ave. An ice cream supper for the benefit of the church and cemetery will be given at Mt. Zion church next Thursday evening, July 23. Miss Lillian D. Shaw, of near Hornbeak, Tenn., is spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Mollie Johnson. Miss Shaw is on her way home from Milan, Tenn., whers she has been attending the Teachers' State Institute. See Millet & Naylor's add for cut prices on Ladies' Oxfords. New shipment Sheet Music just New Book Store. received. Did you see those new crush hats at Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co? Tohn Meacham returned Suml$ from Scooba, Miss., where he has been visiting his parents. Mrs. J. W. Springs and children, of Jackson, Tenn., are the guest of Mrs. A. H. Leet, near town. Miss Virginia Luten left Tuesday fcr a visit with a lady friend in Mexico City, Mexico. Here is her address: "3a Callede Lucerna, Mexico City, D. F." Miss Luten will be gone about six weeks. Counterpanes I So Big or little. The same as new when laundered by the O. K. Steam Laundry, The same attention is given small packages as large ones, in fact that is our spelialty. Do you know that tjje best class of laundry wearers are giving their work to the 0. K. Steam Laundry? I deliver laundry in city; also call for it. The agency is at the store of Smith & Amberg, OABLEY'S FRANK SMITH. Agent. lic treasury, opposes the admission f9 of Asiaic emigrants who cannot be amalgamated and whose presence would raise race issues, declares against using the navy to collect private debts, favors international arbitration before resort to war, promises a navy sufficient to defend both coasts and to defend the rights ot America whenever in jeopardy. , It praises the wisdom of the con Crops are looking fine. stitution framers to secure home rule Toilet Paper New Book Store. to states and says : "We pledge ourL. A. Brock sells the best sewine selves to combat with increasing the efforts of those who are machine on the market. striving by usurpation to seize the A great price commotion at Smith home rule powers of the states tor & Amberg's Big Clearing Sale. exploitation by federal government.' The new shade hat is the Mufton Brown Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co. The Smile Mrs. L. Oman is visiting "her tliat wont come off, appear on baby' taeo bottle or WliUo'n Urenm mother and sister this week, in after ouo Brent worm medicine. Why not ttie keep tbitt mlleou buby'n face. If you keep Troy, Tenn. will tbU medicine on burnt, you fitce. never Km on Mrs. LOST Gold Masonic Pin; also unytblng but tmllewrites:bU "My bnby whs. llluckwell, Uklu.. Gold Link Cuff Button. Reward to peevltb nml (retlul, would not ueut uiul u.ed Ixittlo of feared be would die. finder. H. T. Beale. White'. Urenm VermlfUKe and be bus not Klll bad a alck day ilnce." Hold Atty. T. N. Smith was over from Druv Store, Iticuml Holm t KllUon, Fulton, Monday, looking after matter pertaining to county court. J. 0. Ryan, one of the Courier's old friends, was here from Browns Take your prescriptions to ville, Tenn., on business this week. LOST Brooch, pat tun, set with pearls. Lost about June 2i. hinder please return to Mrs. W. A.' Dodds. 4tf where they will be filled by W. D, Wade and Chas. T. Isbell PHARMAwill give an ice cream supper and a REGISTERED bran dance at Graves School House CIST at any hour Saturday, July 18. A party composed of W. H Bat tzer and wife, Dr. J. M. Hubbard and wife, J. H. Millet and wife, Jno. Dillon and wife, and Mrs. H. N. Cowgili's Drug Store Cowgill spent Monday evening on (Incorporated) the river in Dr. Hubbard's, launch. They had lunch on the point above town and returned about 8 o clock. mi vig-ilen- ce tic Verml-fuir- e, I errt 1 by-C- ow Ml sun-bur- st Cowgill's Drug Store t Day or Night 5JMliiMiltMimuirc HEALTH BRINGS HAPPINE83. Invalid Once, a Happy Woman Nov AMOUNT OP MILK FOR CALVES It Varies with the Capacity of Animal, tht Mrs. C. 11. Shclton, Plensnnt Street Covington, Tcun., saya: "Onco 1 seemed n helpless In valid, but now I cn Joy the best of health K I (1 n o y (I I s i a s bronsht mo down tcr. ribly, Ilhoimintl nclies and paWis made every movo painful ino secretions wero disordered and my head ached to dls traction. I was In h bad condition, but medicines failed to help. I lost ground dally until I began with Doan'a Kidney rills. Thoy helped mo at onco and noon made mo strong and well." Sold by all dealers. SO cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. Up to Hit Trick. Lord Itosslyn, nt a dinner In New York, said of a notorious London spendthrift: "When he was at Oxford ho wired onco to his uncle, whoso heir he was '"If you don't send mo n hundred by Saturday, I'll blow my brains out.' "His undo wired back; "'You telegraphed mo that before, and when I forwarded you my be3t revolver, you went and pawned It,"' - teSsY'lB BBBT i j BBH ' t iSS ta'" asH The amount of milk for calves varies greatly with tho capacity o tho calf to take IL Tho amount recommended to bo fod nlso varies Rrcatly, sonto authorities recommend Ing twlco as much as othors. With roforenco to this question It will bo correct to say that during tho earllor weeks of tho llfo of tho calf no ad Juncts will be found superior or equal to milk. It Is also true at tho samo time that as soon as calves can utlllzo other food to Rood advantage, It will bo found cheaper than milk. It fol lows, therefore, that tho calves should bo given all tho milk that they can digest properly until they can mako a good uso of ether substitutes that will tako the place of milk. But care should bo taken not to overfeed milk, good as It is, cautions tho Orange Judd farmer. This can be easily done. Tho Indications of overfeeding soon show themselves in deranged digestion, and such derangement Is commonly Indicated by scour- Ings. Tho moment that such an indl cation appears tho amount of milk fed should bo reduced. It Is very evident from what haa been said that It will not bo possible to name tho amounts of milk to feed, mat win oe suitable for calves of all ages, but It may be possible to state averago amounts. It would seem safe to say that during tho first week of tho life of a calf It will safely tako from six to eight pounds of milk, the latter quantity being fed at the close of the week. Strong, vigorous calvos may tako as much as ten pounds, but ordinarily the smaller quantity Is the safer one. Then add one pound of mtlk every week with advanco In the ago of tho calf until it Is, say, ten weeks old. SILAQE INSTEAD ROUND THE CAPITAL Information anil Goulp TlcUnl Up Hera and Tlmre In WnliniJton. Farmers and Merchants Ban Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. ...ABSOLUTE SAFET . IS THE, BASIS..., Keeper of Lid During Summer in Doubt F3M Who will sit on WASHINGTON. during tho summer, while tho president is taking rest and recreation nt Oyster llnyT Nono of tho cabinet officials wants tho Job. and so far it has been a continual performance of sidestepping. Kvon when tho president left for his kland homo tho other day only tentatlvo plans for tho dog days watch had been determined upon. Secretary Root, who left at tho same time, wilt bo gone all summor. Assist ant Secretary of Stato ll.icon will be tho ltd alttor In tho stato department most of tho summer. ttorney General Bonaparte will keep out of Washington as much as posslblo during July, paying flyng vis- Ita from Baltimore. In August ho will Washington until frost comes. Postmaster Qoneral Moyor will hie henco to tho St. Ijtwrcnco to fish Secretary Garfield Is in Hawaii and will stay thoro for thrco months. 8oo- retary Cortelyou will havo a quiet summer, probably on Long Island. Secretary Wilson will stay In Wash Ington for sorao tlmo nn account of thh business arising In connection with the enforcement of tho puro food laws. It ho takes a vacation ho wilt go to his Iowa farm. Secretary Wright, who will succeed Secretary Taft In tho war department, will hardly bo eligible to such n sen ous task as keeping tho big lid down this summor. He will spend much of his tlmo this summer In Washington. howovcr. Secretary Straus has takon tho seat on the lid and will havo this throne of honor until somo of tho other members will consent to rollovo him. bo nt tho Asplnwall hotol In Lenox Mass. Secretary Motcalf has gono to Cali fornia to spend tho summer In the mountains. Ho will not bo seen In Thftt wo offer to depositors. Other Jntlncenicnts are of secondary Importance. Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage. II. BUCHANAN, President. J. A. TilOJIPiON, Cashier. DIRECTORS (J. D. Threlktld, J. W. Alexsnd,. H. Huchsnan, J. J. C. UJndurant. ' Dr. J. M. Hubbard It. M. IsUr, T. A. Lodford, THE SAFE8T AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY Tt IICAL MANAIER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE IUTt ft TELEGRAPH CO. Picturesque Princess Invades Capital tire southeast wing of tho second floor. Tho princess had ordered a room with a balcony and was justly Indignant when sho found sho had bocn rolegated to the fourth floor. whero thoro was no balcony. In vain did tho manager explain that tho lower floors were not In use in tho summer, that they wero closed entirely and dismantled. They must bo oponed and refurnished. Madame wanted a balcony and must havo a balcony. Tho closed rooms wcro forthwith opened and furnished In tho shortest posslblo tlmo and Mme. la Princess Paraghy was Installed In a suite of something llko 20 rooms with a balcony. She has what figures as her second sitting room exclusively for her menagerie and is lamenting that sho decided to ship a young bear, a o dear llttlo tiger kitten, and a furry lion cub direct to her homo at Nice. Tho princess Is the most picturesque lady who has enlivened Washington for many moons. Sho was hero for n few days last February, but attracted llttlo attention after tho Action that sho was here to paint tho president had been denied both at tho Whlto Houho and by madam herself. Sho la Hungarian by birth and Russian by marriage, but that did not last long. Llko any American girl, sh hsd to get rid of her Russian prince. lit-tl- OF GRAIN. Letter Heads Statements Bill Heads Envelopes Experiment Which Proves Value of Former Over Latter. Proof is inexhaustible that Xydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound carries women safely 'through tho Chaiiffo of Life. Read tho letter Mrs. E. Hanson, St, Columbus, Ohio, writes to Mrs. iimoiam : "I was passing through the Change of Life, and suffered from nervous ness, headaches, ana other annoying 'symptoms. Sly .doctor told me that 304 E. Long Com-poun- d Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable was good f6r me, and since taking It I feel so much better, and I can again do my own work. I never forget to tell my friends what Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound did for ma during this trying period." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for femalo ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bearing-feeling, flatulency, down prostration. For thirty years Lydia & Pink-ham- 's Why don't you try it? Sirs. Plnklmm invites all sick women to write her for advice, Sho has guided thousands to health. Address, Tjynn, Mass. The Ohio experiment station has been carrying on soveral Investigations to determine to what extent silage may bo made to take the place of grain la feeding dairying cattle. Two rations were fed. carrying practically the same amount of dry matter. In one ration over 50 per cent of this dry matter was derived from grain. In the other ration over 67 per cenL of the dry matter was do- rlvcd from grain, no silage being fod. Tho cows fed with the sllago ration produced 96.7 pounds of milk and E.08 pounds of butter fat per 100 pounds of dry matter. The cows fed on the grain ration produced 8.13 pounds of milk and 3.9 pounds of butter fat per 100 pounds of dry matter. The cost of feed per 100 pounds of milk was 68.7 cents with tho sllago ration, and $1,055 with the grain atlon. The cost of feed per 100 pounds of butter fat was 13.1 cents with tho sllago ration and 22.1 cents with tho grain ration. The averago net profit tier cow per month (over cost of labor) was 15.S61 with tho silage ration and $2,465 with the grain ration. PASTURING ONE COW. PRINCESS all. courtesy French; first, second and third attache; marshal, courtlor, butler, chef, and, for good measure, three or four other men servants. And that's not all. And with her nl so aro one small yappy, whlto woolly dog, ono pair of gulnoa pigs badly In a couplo of young need of a hair-cut- , wolves, an ibis, a falcon, several owls, and a family of alligators. And that's not all. With her also aro several drays of tho gaudiest that any local hotel ever shel tered. It Is all painted red, whlto and gTecn the Hungarian colors. All theso princess, suite, menag . erie and impedimenta aro at tho They arrived from Hot Springs, Va., a few days ago in a private car. They proceeded to tho hotel after somo delay, in half a dozen carriages, and aftor considerable excitement on tho part of tho hotel employes tier highness was Anally established fn a suite whlc i comprises almost the en lug-gag- o Wit-lard- VILMA IjWOFF In town. And that's not With her aro threo maids, by Cards Anythlaf and rrerytfcfaff fa tfct e way ef commercial printing. Oar aaaertaent of jk type U complete, oar preee facilities of the best, and eur vorkmea true typographical artists. Thk telLs all the story el our facilities for doing job printing of tha right kind at the right f rkea. high-trad- Card. Envelope 1 Bill Head! V Letter dtatementi TV Jtleads: Pretty Society Belle Studying Bugs J. W. Rone. W. J. McMurraj. Davidson & Stubbs Good Yoke for Tying Can Be Made Out rami LIFE AND of Hay-Rac- k Tooth. For tying a cow to pasture I use yoke, as shown in tho cut. Tako an BEAUTIFUL woman who leads a doublo life Is tho latest person of Interest In Washington's smart set. Tho beautiful woman Is Miss Harriet Richardson, and ,hor double llfo is per fectly proper as well as highly inter esting. Three hours of each day she Is Miss Richardson of the Smithsonian Institution, authority on the Isopods of North America, ono of the "Who's Whos" In the American Men of Science and with a long string of degrees Ailing out tho pago after her name. Tho other 21 hours of the day sho is Miss Harriet Richardson of Wyoming avenue, N. W., a society favorite. Miss Richardson inherited a fortune from her father, C. E. F. Richardson, a wealthy land holder, Sho Is ono of tho most exquisitely dressed young Stomach Worms Kill Many Lambs. women In Washington, a skilled horseThe Btomach worm gives us the woman, a globo trotter and nn adopt at most troublo after iho lambs ari bridge whist. Her suitors aro many started. I think tho losses altogethor and somo hnvo been ardent. Rut thus from tho tlmo the lambs come till far suitors havo been unablo to tempt they aro mature sheep will bo about her for thoro nro tho isopods, 12 por cent., writes a Putnam county Her Arst deviation from socloty s (Ohio) farmer In Farmers' Review. beaten path canio when sho retimed to Wo lose moro Jambs at tlmo of birth be a "bud," going to Vassar Instead. than at any other time. Tho Intestinal parasites glvo us much trouble, and every now and thon wo lose a lamb from them. Dogs hnvo occasioned much loss in this vicinity, tor ivory onco In awhile they mako a raid on the sheep. Wo occasionally loso a sheep from getting on Its back in a slight depression, where it will dio In tlmo it it is not helped up. tooth, heat it to take out tho temper, and mako it about 36 inches long. Bend it as shown In tho cut, with a loop on Now each end. make a link out of a or Itch rod about four Inches long, and weld it together. Then, explains Farm and Home, put It on one end of the yoke and close the eye tightly. Have the yoke closo enough at top to spring tho link In place. A ring should be slipped on the yoko to fasten the chain through. oId horse-rak- e 0 A one-fourt- h 1 OREIH Should be inseparable. Inflammations, chafings, ;sunburn, pimples, blackheads, red, rough, and sore cleansing as well as for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery, Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment are invaluable. . Uncle Sam Starts a Crusade on Flies rashes, itchings, irritations, For summer eczemas, Keep the cultivator week. Sclonco so going every hands, and antiseptic Bold throughout th world, DfDrttJ! Tnton. 37. l'&niL &. I (us da u I'tu: Au.lra- Town& Co. bjriliwy. JdiIu, 11. K. Taul, In, lUnjft. Lid., lullo: Ho. Afrirm. Calcutu: , Cap Tu u. etc, l.H. A rutltr llruf fannon. I'ropa.. lvxtoa. ACtieni. Ot4-p.- . rv . r L.sl.j wi w- hi.: It Jau. mr I'uti-li- tuiicui jm ea Cut ct BUs. typhoid fovcr. It is believed by some agricultural department entomologists that tiles do un awful lot towards spreading typhoid germs around In fact, soveral of them have been caught with tho goods. Tho plan, therefore, da to catch tho Chance for Much Trouble. The sultan of Turkey recently until wicked llttlo insects, count 'em, nnd $100,000 for a diamond, if ho doesn't copipllo a lot of data for comparison wish to have troublo with his harem with statistics turuishod by the health ho will Insist on using tho stono him. department us to the provalonco of typhoid fever In localities whero cap. out-com- o Mystery of 8eedless Fruit. far has failed to furnish any explanation of the mystery of seedless fruits. Thoy aro not tho of tho work of man. Man per petuates them; ho does no moro. Tho seedless orango was found in a stato of seedlessnoss. Vogotarlan. UNCLE SAM ho nunbusy theso daya fllos. lfn tins started a sort of fly census for tho pur Is pose or ascertaining mo relationship But when, after taking a baccalaureato degree, sho wished to go on studying, her family rebelled. It was then that Dr. C. W. Richardson, her brotber, had tho happy Inspiration of taking hor to tho musty old Smithsonian Instltutlcr., Practice in all the courts in the whero his Influence procured her Uis State. right to work aa a volunteer. Dels, mortcacoa and all kinds of He thought ono visit would ba the contracts. end. So bo took her up tho narrow Notary Public la ofOce. stairs to tho smolly balcony, whero collections of fossils wero being mounted. HICKMAN, KY. Miss Richardson calmly sat down before a compound microscope and anOffice over Holcomb's druz store. nounced that sho liked it. That's whero I found hor, In a Parisian linen suit, fondling llttlo bottles of preserved Isopods as daintily as If they were thlmblo teacups. Every morning from ten till ono Miss Richardson Is at her desk. There she has written her book. "A Monoalt graph on tho Isopods of North America," dealing with speclmons furnished HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. by tho Hurrlman expedition to Alaska, Will nrsctlce in all the courts In tha and 15 shorter works, two of which Stato. Offlco on tut side Davis Block. alio has Just prepared foral'arls sclen-tIApaper. But oven when abroad, absent from tho allurement of tho Institution, tho scientific sldo of Miss Richardson's mind asserts Itself. Sho leaves the gay watering places and season AT O to go nnd visit Dr Thomas Scott of Aberdeen or Dr. jP M. Norman, Just out of London, both famous scientists. This summer she Is Invited to Visit Prof". Olard, director djt of tho laboratory at Wlinoroux, France. Doit In nickman. Hot and cold baths; eloctrlo lights end fans, hydraulic chairs and everything for comfort. tures aro mndu. Tho fly census hay, therefore, been Inaugurated In WashClinton Street, Hickman, Ky. ington and Pittsburg and may bo to othor cities. Nest door to Jones' Cafe. Dr. L. O. Howard, chief entomologist of tho department of agrlcuturo. Is In charge of the squad, which posts aheota of good old sticky stuff around In public places nnd gathers them In again nfter captares of 48 ., hours havo been made. Tho greatest number or flies that Splendid Selection . . . havo been enumerated at ono haul so far Is 2,600, gathered at the Unltod States arsenal, un englncor post on tho I'otomao river, The oxperts carofully count tho victims, determine tho longth of time thoy havo been dead, search thorn for gorms, and do various other tunny things that eventually may mean a lot In convicting Mr. Fly of transplanting Call and seo our stock. dlceaso. As noon ua returns aro In Everything from tro great "fly center" Plitaburs there may bo suiue laturoatlui' data Mary Berendes&Gompany to give out. Roney & McMurray, LAWYERS. DENTISTS, OFFICES? lllckman. Ky. Over Cowclh drsj store. aA Union Clly, Tenn. In building. a B. T. DAVIS, Attorney at Law c Meet Your Friends Lauderdale's Tonsorial Parlors Don't Preach Aboui Home Trade and at the same time your orders for job printing out of town. Your h printer can do your work as good, and in nine cases out of ten he can beat the citj man's prices, because he p)' ' much less for running penses.. Iy sending ypur nc printing order to this effirt you'll be better satisfied d around, and you'll be kteH tht money at home. Cash Book Store New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, Notions, Etc. WB PR AND I N RIO" SALE BILLS PRINT T H CM FRANK &TRAFRF FRENCHMAN TO GAVE ARM 'GATOR ON THE RAMPAGE. ATTRACT SYMPATHY Edifying Story That Is Vouched for by the Georgia Ananias, said the fisherman, "tho man had fished nil tho foronoon, an' hadn't got a nibble, so ho took nnothor wil-lo- r out tho Jug, pulled off his boots, an' lay down on the river bank an' wont to sleep. As subn as ho went to snorln' good, a alligator that had been watthln' him all tho mornln' crawled dp an' swatlcred his boots, likewise tbo Jug, with 'bout half a gallon in It, I reckon. The cork enmo out, and, of courso, tho 'gator got tho full benefit o' tbo whisky, which so turned Its head that It lashed tho 'water with its tall till tho river was a foamln' mass, after which It crawled up on tho bank agin an' mado desp'rlt efforts to climb trees an' turn an' do all manner of Impossible things!" 'Why didn't it swallow tho fisherman, instead of his boot?" soma one asked. "'Oators, gentlemen," said tho story-tolle- r, "can't stand over'tblng. They must draw the lino somo'rs." Atlanta Constitution. "Yen," doublo-somcrsautt- REMARKABLE CASE OF SIMULATED DISEASE BROUGHT TO LIGHT IN PARI3. Paris. A remarkable atory was related at tho Academy of Mcdlclno by Dr. Dloulafoy tho enso of a man who, from a morbid tic tiro to attract attention and sympathy, willfully allowed the amputation of an arm for the eako of curing an Imaginary dlioaio, Thq subject onjoyod excellent health, was Intelligent, well bred, and was employed In n government offlco, whoro he enjoyed an excellent reputai A Remarkable Recovery. beM. Frank Btroebe, It. P. I). 1, Apple-- " tion. When his misfortunes first Wis., writes! "I began wing Peru gan ho was tho center of friendly ao ittw monthi ago, when my health llcltude. That was a few years ago,trength vrero all Rone, and I wu and at that tlmo there suddenly apig bat a nervous wreck, could p, eat or reit properly, and felt trotolive. Pernna made tuo look In a different light, as I began to my lost strength. ertalnly think l'erunals without i aa a toBKamattrtagta burner." i I MORTALITY is something frightful. Wo can hardly roalizo that of INFANT children bora in oivilized countries, twontytwo per cont,, or nearly dio boforo they reaoh ono year? ttortysoven por cent,, or more, boforo thoy are flvo, and boforo thoy arc flfteon! than lf We do not hositato to say that a timely uso of Oastoria would save ama- -i jority of theso precious lives. Neithor do wo hesitato to say that many of theso infantile deaths aro occasionpd by tho uso of narcotio preparations. Drops, tinctures and soothing syrups sold for ohildron's complaints contain moro or less opium, or morphine. Thoy are, in considerable- quantities, deadly poisons. In any quantity thoy stupefy, rotord circulation and lead to congestions, sickness, death. Oastoria operates exactly tho rovorso, but you, must seo that it bears the signature of Ohas. H. Fletcher. Oastoria .causes, tho blood Jo oiroulate properly, opem tho pores of the skin and allays fever. ono-quart- or, ono-thir- Save the Babies one-ha- d, - Products ELIbby's Cooked Food 11 orned Beef iby's Ceekcd Cfractj lecf. The difference in the taste, quality of sat and natural flavor! Every fiber of the sat of Libby's Cemd trued Heel is evenlv )kcd scientifically id carefully packed in iy's Grcal While Kilchca It forms an appetiz- dish; rich in food lue and makes a sum- .. r .1 r meali mat sausnes. Fir Quick Serving: )by's Cooked Gorn- Deef, cut into thin A :es: rranee on a and garnish with titer J ild in bulk There's a big rJifler-tce between just r .1 rned beel tno Kind it and l.i id mi Idly cured. )bys Ghow Uhowi i lor :neon,ainnertsupper tempting dish Writ booklt-"U- v U r frr Malt Wood XUn( to JCdL" lM LMt, Llkiy. lUr'. .1 McNe Uke m K HEADACHE '! RS HEFR Positively cared by these Utile Pllla. Tbey alao reller. Die-Irra- a from Dapala, Id- - WFI us. gating. A perfect rem- tnr m..tn... Nan. Had m, Drowalneaa, Cotl-rTaste Id la kouth, Tongue, Fain In the Hide, TOliriD UVE1U I the Bowel. Purely Vegetable. PILL. SMALL 80SE. SHALL PRICE. I ImAw d Genuine Must Oear FacSimlle Signature REFUSE SUISTITUTES. HAIR BALSAM UHM tad lWtliAekS Ut kk. IPtmcM ft Itswiaal frwwtH. Hair to Urn YMlkful 0ler. 1. F TWORTH COLLEGE tmOOKHAVEN, N15S, marated College for Young Laeies t4A'fMVJrfj Whitwotth College. aTHtM and HAY rOMTIVKLY CUKKU by INMONTH'S ASTHMA CURB ng t . past I A lal buUI Mr.t lo iht ai14i K.U.H.K1.NMU.STU, AktourrWrkM.J. FEVER irttANtois Lal ELECTROTYPES uli l tb trirt br IlliniillllliririllU,, 1 JuU IflUaMLtllNalt YarUtv for Romance and Reality. the youngsters havo their roon' It'll be all tho bettor for they git a purty good doao on don't hide from 'em the fact that thar's sometbln' In the ahnpo of trouble fcr 'em up tho road." said Mr. Hilly Sanders. "Not big trouble, tooby shore, but Jest big enough to make 'cm stick closer together. It ain't no uso to try to rub out the fact that life Is what It Is. It's full of rough places, un' thar are times when rou have to leave the big road an' through tho bamboo take a short-cu- t Driers for to keep from sllppln' In a mudhole. The briers hurt, but the mudhole mought smllfllcato you. It ain't no use to deny It, trouble Is seaSeeklng Sympathy He Suffered the son In. I never know'd It to hurt anybody but the tho willful Amputation of Hie Arm. n them that was born to the purple." penred on his left arm a number of Joel Chandler Harris, in Undo Reraw sores. mus' Mngaxlne. Tbo man consulted sovcral physicians and their diagnosis was almoit DOCTOR SAID "USE CUTICURA" always dltforcnt and their treatment Invariably unsuccessful. In Bad Case of Eczema on Child Tho sores woro so persistent and Disease Had Reached a Fearful rendered the poor fellow so unhappy State His Order Resulted that a surgeon finally suggested that In Complete Cure. d ho have tho arm amputated. Ho and the operation was per"When I was small I was troubled formed, Thrco months later tho 6orcs wltlf eczema for about thrco months. appeared on the right arm and then It was all over my faco and covered on tho feet. nearly all of my head. It reached Tho patient sought consultation such a stato that it was Just a largo with Dr. Dloulafoy, ono of tho most scab all over, and tho pain and Itching celebrated practitioners In France. woro tcrrlblo. I doctored with an ablo Tbo physician studied tho caso thor- physician for somo tlmo and was then oughly, but was forced to reject ono advised by him to use tho Cutlcura hypothesis after nnothor, until ono Remedies which I did and I was enday, In tho courso of his examination, tirely cured. I havo not been bothered Dloulafoy noticed that tho sores woro with it since. I used Cutlcura Soap elmllar to thoso mado by potash and Cutlcura Ointment but do not burns. know exactly how much was used to Ho plied tho patient with qucitlons complete tho cure. I can safely say and accused him of causing tho sores that Cutlcura did a lot for mo. Miss himself. The patient met tho accusa- Anabel Wilson, North Branch, Mich., tion at first with Indignant denials, OcL 20. 1907." but finally confessed that under tho sway of an Impulso too strong for his Convict's Pride. Hurt A church missionary had a letter will to overcome bo mado all the sores himself with potash, and that tho secenUy from a convict begging him lame Impulse forced him to submit to lo reform the writer's wife, who was also in prison. tho amputation. Tho convict who is serving a long Dr. Dloulafoy said this was ono of the most remarkable cases of simula- term was very anxious about tbe ted dlscaso ho had over noted. Many matter, because, as ho said: "It was Caked dlscaso for tho sake of tho pleas, no credit to him to rcceivo letters ure It gavo them morphlnomanes. al- from such a place as prison." Another convict, in the course of a coholics, and tho like, ho said. In the present case, however, no pleasure letter to his brother, a pauper, remarked: "Well, Jack, thank goodness was attendant upon tho Imitated I havo never sunk bo low as tho workThe ptlent suffered terrrlbly from house yeL" London Dally News. the wounds and stood tho suffering f'NallB." heroically. "Nails are a mighty good thing particularly finger nails but I don't FISH IS HONEST BORROWER. believe they wcro intended solely for Huge Pickerel Returns $10 with 51 scratching though I used mlno, largely for that purpose for sevoral years. Cents Interest. I was sorely afflicted and had it to do. St. Paul, Minn. Nathan Ilosensteln Ono application of Hunt's Cure, howof St. Paul last August went fishing ever, relieved my itch and less than a In the beautiful Lake HemldJI. Ilosen- box cured mo entirely." J. M. WARD, Index, Texas. steln caught seven sunflsh and a porch, and was about to quit, when Wouldn't Go Alone. an enormous pickerel made a furious At a recent entertainment la a dash at bis bait. The suddonncss of tbo "strike" colored church of Washington the startled the man, and bo Jerked his master of ceremonies made this unpole, which caught in the flap of his usual announcement: "Miss Bolter will sing 'Oh, that I r gold pleco coat pocket. A slipped out of the pocket and rolled bad wings like a dove, for then would I fly away and be at rest,' accomRosenBteln toward tho gunwale. dropped tho pole and grabbed for tho panied by Rev. Dr. E. F. Botts." coin, but It slid overboard. Fascinated One Bottle or Less. by the sight, Ilosensteln could but sit Malaria is easy to contract in somo and watch. The big pickerel, wrench- localities, and hard to get rid of ing himself free from the hook, and Is, it tbe proper remedy Is not attracted by the shining coin, swung that used. The great jaws any ono Cheatham's Chill Tonic frees under tho boat. thorIt promptly oponed, and tho coin disappeared be- oughly. from guaranteed to and euro any It Is fore Iloscnstelu's vory eyes. Ono bottlo or less kind of Chills. Only & few days ago Rosensteln will do It. was again on Lako nemldjl and mado Trolling a fairly good day's catch. Dust and Gasoline. back toward tho dock In tho evening, "I had to sell my auto, but I haven't be felt a strlko, and after a furious missed It as yet." ten mlnuto battle landed an enormous "How's that!" piokercl. On splitting the big pickerel, "You caaget roost of the sensar gold piece lost he found the tions by cleaning rugs." last fall. Ho poked around with the knife and Try Murine Eye Remedy uncovered 58 cents In small silver For Red. Week, Weary, Watery Eyes. coins und pennies. It was lntorcst at Murine Doesn't Smart Sootbfi Lye rein. All DruggUts Sell Murine at Mcti. The 48 the legal ruto on tho lost Pego Book In each Pkg. is worth Dollars gold piece. your Druggist. every home. "Let mance 'em ef It; but weak-mindecon-icntodls-rasteu-dolaten-doll- fa many cases and have always found it an mf! ALCOUOL 3 PER CENtI" Atge(alIVeprtionl8rAS-k- (IngUieSioeBfisasdBoydtor 32,1 lTomotesDillonflrflW-ncsand ResiXontalnj orator Opiuni ilorphtac norMtenL' XMOTri ARC OTIC. s mm If BiZ eo hi ncss ondLo ss of Sleep. FacSMc Sijnamre of Apcrfecl Remedy for Ctotsflpi-- ' a wnuui. u uu i Worms .tormiisionsa-OTnsi- r i ion . aour efficient and speedy remedy." Dr. B. Down, of Philadelphia, Pa says: "I havo prescribed your Cas torla In my practlco for man; years with great satisfaction to myself anof benefit to my patients." Dr. Edward Parrish, of Brooklyn, N. ?., says: "I have used your Caa torla In my own household with good results, and have advised several, patients to use It for Its mild laxatlvo effect and freedom from harm." Dr. J. B. Elliott, of New Tork City, says: "Having during tho past sis years prescribed your Castoria for Infantile stomach disorders, I most. hearUly commend Its use. Tho formula contains nothing deleterlou to tho most delicate of children." Dr. C. G. Sprague, of Omaha, Nob., says: 'Tour Castoria la an Ideal, mcdldno for children, and I frequently prescribe it While I do not advo-ca- to tho Indiscrlmlnato uso of proprietary medldnes, yet Castoria Is aa. exception for conditions which arlso in tho caro of children." , Dr. J. A. Parker, of Kansas City, Mo says: "Your Castoria holds the) esteem of tho medical profession In a manner held by no other propria tary preparation. It is a sure and rellablo mcdlclno for infants and children. In fact. It Is the universal household remedy for Infantile ailments." Dr. IL F. Merrill, of Augusta, Mo., says: "Castorja Is one of the very; finest and most remarkable remedies for infants and children. In my; opinion your Castoria has saved thousands from an early grave. I can. furnish hundreds of testimonials from this locality, 'as to Its effidency and merits." Dr. Norman M. Gcer, of Cleveland, Ohio, says: "During tho last twelve years I havo frequently recommended your Castoria as one of the best preparations of tho kind, being safo in tho hands of parents and very in relieving children's disorders, whllo the eoso with which suchL a pleasant preparation can bo administered Is a great advantage." , Letters from Prominent Physicians H. Fletcher. addressed to Chas. bavo prescribed your Castor! says: "I Dr. A. F. Peeler, of Et Louis, Mo., GENUINE SI CASTORIA Bears tho Signature of ALWAYS- - NEW YORK. aaaaVTInPlTTl TV 1 HBosbIH The Kind You Have Always Bought Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For OvertmtCCT. Yeart. 30 TMCCCNTAWN COMPANY TT MURRAY MKVf VORH CJTYe teres, s SOMEWHAT SUSPICIOUS. n KB? LtTtfl pav 7i -- a mm Every Meal a Feast Not only a feast, but actual nourishment. If the baby's stomach is not right, each meal only adds to the burden. Make sure that your baby enjoys and profits by its food by keeping its stomach in condition with Y4f w..t ?.? Of course, it may be all right still, you don't feel Inclined to cat sausages when you find your butcher has removed to a shop next door to tbe Home for Lost Dogs, do you? Never Falls. "There is ono remedy, and only one I havo ever found, to cure without fall such troubles In mv farallv as eczema. ringworm and all others of an Itching cnaracter. That remedy is Hunt's Cure. We always uso it and it never falls." W. M. CHRISTIAN, 60c per box. Itutherford, Tenn. Certainly. "Why do you always read the newspaper criticisms of tho opera so carefully after you have attended a performance?" "People will be sure to ask about It, and ono must bo ablo to answer as It ono understood something about it, you know." Dr. McGee's "It Finds the Spot." Tho Oll 'wo Btruck is tho Oil that has stuck, while others bavo passed away, Blmply because it cures your Pains, Aches, Bruises, SprnlnB, Cuts and llurns quicker than any other known remedy. Hunt's Lightning Oil. It's fine for Chtgger bites also. (Another Stringency. "Yes," said the first tramp, "times are certainly bad with our profession." "In what respect?" asked the second tramp. "There's a great stringency of ham sandwiches and cold mutton bones." Detroit Free vP"regs. A girl will forgive a young man quicker for kissing her against bor will than for not being interested enough to try. Baby Elixir Rmgulmies tho Stomach teething period is dangerous. Baby Elixir will take your baby through in perfect safety. Pleasant to take; contains no tolsons, opium or laudanum. At your druggist's, 25 and 50c a bottle. Be sure and get the genuine. MAYFIELD MEDICINE MANUFACTURING CO. (Not lDcerpouted) and Bowels, oorraots Sour Stomach, cures Diarrhea and Summer ComaJalnt. The in FooUay,M.DAtUm.U.,lUN.lTroi work a iileature. LES "ANAKIBI8" To. IUM !( mmiU II at druaaUta ar mvi IV C K. AUonaa, TrtlMM kloew Haw and WliLU.r Habits treated at toui. wltbuul pain. particular. IU ) IMCECildWittrStirck laundry 1 or. ikv lUa ktedwllbl tiaa.Uk ThflmisM's EytWattf (100828) 2238. IN. K- -F Hen Proves Best Comedian. Vlncland, N. J. A hen's tuneful lay broke up tho production of a farce comedy which tho ladles of tho Washington club wore presenting. "Biddy" cauio on as part of the belongings of Aunt Sarah, from tho country, and Just as a solemn part In tho play was reached she began to cacklo lustily, Tho audience roared while the actors tried to smother tho heu with a shawl, but tbo Infection was too much and soon the actors and audi enco lauuhed until the songster wai removed. Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicego. Ak ST. LOUIS, MO. A Deadly Brigade. "So your son Is now a soldier, hoy, Mr. Wlnslow' Soothing Byron. For cbtldrtn Utlbtor. tuttes tb .uni, raducra n SammaUoa,aUa)iaI,carwta4cuUu. ttcabotU. No roan on earth Is rich enough to enjoy paying taxes. Undo UenT" mali- "Yes, sab; he's dono jlned de cious corpso, sah." n ItSii Sl'ak usi UAyrv MUKXfQJo iinrr.3cD rov Masu.ri noumua I SS.I4 LaVISJ nvnvnbl tii i VUHSs pumu.mil uiuTaurut. Jl. laTT JSaajSWaaaf'DBl w TNOtiWTOei S. CUJt KASAA3 CJTT. Hicks' Capudlne Cures Women, reriodlo pains, backache, nervousnes-- i ami headache relieved Immediately and physicians assists nature. Prescribed by10c, llcuular with twit results. Trial bottlo SSo and 60a at all Uruiulnts, site IJo r I I Nursing Mothers and Malaria with your neighbors, and let every year find you a better man, Franklin. at war with your vices, at peace The Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC, drives out Malaria and builds up tbe system. You know what you ore taking. The formula is plainly printed on every bottle, showing: it is simply Quinine and Iron in a tasteless, and the most effectual form. For adults and children. 50c. v V "j to be happy yourself, don't try to make any one eles happy. If you have chosen a pretty wo man without regard to her other qualities, halt ; you are on the wrong Jt tomorrow's sorrow. Ther? Is very little troulilo Tlint linppen u tolny : It' tlie sorrow of tomorrow Tlint llrlvo our Joys nwny, ve snmrttrn sit nml womler Ami stew mid fum nntl fret For fenr sometlilnu tuny hnppon. Hut It Imin't linppcnetl yet. Tliere wns once a lonely woiumi Who erlcil down ly tli rent "Wlint If my pretty elillilmi All should pcrMiml hoi" N"nw tills pnrtlculrrr votnnri. Wlio thus did cry and fret, U till n ninlden lndy, Ho It Imsn't hnppened yet. HOW TO TELL HER AGE. road. If you think a house should have Hickman, Ky. only one head, and that be yours, postpone your wedding indefinitely. Rooms and Board If you are of the opinion that Large, com marriage makes the man and wife by the clay or week. one, and that you are that one, send fortable rooms bath In connection in your regrets at once. Reasonable Rates !! If you are one of the men who think that ten per cent of their in come belongs to the tap-roo- Cottage Hotel... Wonderful Invention Ever see it? CEMENT.CyLVERTS. Prove the Cheapest Becawi Last Lonrjeit. They let marriage alone. THE EVIL IN FRETTING. Announcements Girls of a marriageable age do not like to tell how old they are, but you can find out by following the subjoined instructions, the young lady doing the figuring : Tell her to put down the number of the month in which she was born, then to multiply it by 2, then to add 5, then to multiply it by SO, then to add her age, then to subtract 365, then to add 115, then tell her to tell you the amount she has left. The two figures to the right will tell you her age and and the remainder the month of her birth. For example, if the amount is 822, she is twenty two years old and was born in the eighth month (August) . Try it. ' The cash must accompany all an There is one sin which seems to nouncements to Insure their publicaus is everywhere and by everybody tions no exceptions. underestimated and quite too much overlooked in valuation of character. For Sheriff: . It is the sin of fretting, so common We are authorized to announce that unless it rises above its usual as candidates for the office of monotone we do not observe it. Sheriff of Fulton county, subject to Watch any ordinary coming together the action of the Democratic pri of people and see how many minutes mary, Nov. J, the following: a P'P It It Is necessary to within two foot of the surfacu of the romlwajr. Iron wM;r plpo or gas pi a should bo used. For Inrfiir volume of witter culvert of rubble- masonry or rortlandeiuent concrete may bo built. Very ofton, with a proper design, It will be found to be more economical to use tho concrcto, par with steel. tlcularly If It Is - lr foi Needloe, Shuttles And Bobbin ttae In All Mkee of Sewlnrf Machines This machine will produce a needle or a bobbin to fit any machine made. SEE 1T1 Remember wc carry a splendid line of furniture and sell at right prices. Also have a well equipped undertaking department. W. 7??r v t f. MONTGOMERY. m. HERSCHELL JOHNSON it will be before somebody frets GOALDER JOHNSON that is, makes more or less complain, DAVE MORGAN ing statement of something or other, A. G. KIMDRO which most probably every one in the L. C. RODERSON room, or in the car, or on the street corner, it may be, knew before, and The folio wine are subject 'to the which probably no one can help. November election 1909 : Why say anything about it? It is , CHAS. NOONON cold, it is hot, it is wet, it is dry, somebody has broken an appointCounty Court Clerk: ment, ill cooked meal ; stupidity or We are authorized to announce The need of some place to drop bad faith somewhere has resulted in as candidates for office of Clerk of down for a moment and forget things discomfort. the County Court of Fulton County, There are plenty of things to fret subject to the action of the Demois a crying one in most homes. There ought to be enough sofas about. It is simply astonishing cratic primary, Nov. 3, the, follow- ? f TIT W Concrete Culvert End. . V Jno. B. Gordon Chapter The John B. G ,r Jon ' the Daughters ot ConfeJc-.- . Uulon City, Mrs. Charles Ii president and Mrs. U. Matt-rclar- DC hen you have saved y. $25.00 Large culTcrts and bridges should always be dryalgnod by competent clvtl engineers and constructed under their supervlsloa. Indeed, very often the adrlee of suck an engineer In regard to the smaller waterways might be sought with profit. Money Is too often wasted from a tack ot knowledgn con coming the proper sixes ot pipes and culverts. In many localities It Is tho custom to extend to the center of the road drWeways leading from adjacent lands to tho road to meet Its center grade. This practlco make It necessary to carry the gutter water under the driveway In a pipe. Nearly always It Ii possible, by regarding such a drivo-way, to make It coincide with the gut ter grade, so that the surface watet will flow by without Interruption This ehouU always be done whan pos stole. Pipes with open ends' laid at the gutter grade are always unsatisfactory, since they nil up quickly with leaves and sand and w)th sluyfc In winter time, and thus the surface wa ter is forced out upon the macadam and soon gullies it. When a pipe Is required, a catch basin should be built on tfao upper side ot tho driveway, the pipe should be laid to connect with It, and carried sufflcleaUy far under ground to discharge properly into the gutter below the driveway. In cuts where the grade Is ln(x ces of three per cent, and where the sol s loose or sandy tt Is sometimes nucussary to paT0 tho gutters with cobblestones or with paving bricks or paving stones to prevent the for matlon of gullies kt the shoulders and Usually a gutter in the macadam. three feot in width laid oa the same or a little greater slope than the ma cadam, with an outer row of large hlone about one foot hlsh laid ver tically agalns.t the bank of the cut, Is sufficient. Sucti 'a rut ter usually re places tho shoulder, and it fchoulfl not be coastructod until the mneada'n is pubatauUally completed. We were esrru ,; and honored to be the gun? , j jJ The question arises, "What Shall I Do With It?" There Ii no better way than to deposit it In the 1 We ate authorized to announce as candidates for the office of otnty Superintendent of Fulton one. Most met upuld prefer domestic Schools, subject to the action of the you suppose that running the If Democratic primary, Nov. 3, the house contists in paying the bills, happiness to great rjhes. foljgwing : ar don't undertake it. MISS DORA SMITH vrjll depart Jn exactly 20 Pain If you have' an idea that you are too good for a picked up dinner, re- minutes if one ot Dr. Snoop's Pink County Judge. Pain Tablets Is taken. Pain any- -' main a bachelor. We are authoried to announce If you have found it a hard task where, Remember! Pain always means congestion, blood pressure- -' at candidates for the bftce of County Judge of Fulton County. nothing else. Headache is blood Subject to the atjon of the Demopressure; toothache is blood pres- cratic party, sure. on the sensitive nerve. Dr. (J. W. WHIPPLE Shoop's Headache Tablets also calF. IJ. ATTEfiERRY hta In tt bead pln uaywher. bis 1U am Yiln It consu&ion, pain li blood prtwure aolblns led Pink Pain Tablets quickly and W. A. UAYLOh 1m tuuifty, At least, so cays Dr. Bhoop. and to roT It he bat created a little pink tablet. That safely coax this blood pressure away II. F. REM LEY Dr. Khoop's lleadacha Tablet eoaxes blood pnaaura away from pain enaiiys. 'from the pain centers. Painful pleuilnaly dcllfhlf ul. QtxMy It effect li cnamuns. Circuit Court Clerk. fnouth safaly, It surely equalizes the blood drts periods with women gel instant reiatlea. Ii you hare a beadacb. It's blood pressure. 20 Tablets 25c. Sold by all We are authorized to announce lief. M it s palatal periods with women, same causa. 11 you are sleepless, rettless. nerrrus. It's blood as a candidate for re election to the fclood pressure. CbBcesUon That surely Is a dealers. office of Ofcrk of the Fulton Circuit opnatBty.terDr.eboop's llaadacbe Tablets stop H lu 20 BdsBtes. and the tablets simply distribute Court, subject to the action of the blood pressure. siia unnatural Your Liver Bruise your sneer, and doesn't It ret red. and jDemocratic Primary Nov. 3, 1908 well, asid pals your Of course it does. It's oon. Is out of order. You no to bed In n td hu seeuca. blood pressure. You'll Mod It where pain mor una irot up with a bud tunte ill your . w. MORRIS It s simply Common Sense. . girl that is not neatly dressed is called a sloven, and no one likes to look at her. Her face may be pretty, and her eyes bright, but if there is a spot of dirt on her cheek, and her finger ends are black with ink, and ber shoes are pot laced or buttoned up, and her aproja js dirty, and her collar not buttoned, and her skirt is torn, she cannot be liked.; If brothers or sisters err, the Learn to be neat and when you world says "shun them; thus you have learned it, it will almost take will show that you disaprove of the care of itself. act, making an example of them." Alas how many examples we have It is only too true (bat to refrain of this mode of teaching crowding from showing affection makes the the haunts of infamy today. Once wife miserable. She does not care ibright young lives, over whose pure for presents or lavish attention ; she lips and innocent brows mothers wants Aqose little tokens such as watched in all tenderness ; but the may be given eytn in a look, which trembling feetoole one false step, will prove her husband' loyc, We and so we thrust them nut of our wish some of the good things that hearts, out of our churches, and some men are saving up to say conwould even thrust them out of heaven. cerning their wives after they are Is it right, is it just, is it Christ-like- ? dead could be said now. A man will spend !525 to buy cut flowers for his dead wife's poffin, when if he ADVICE TO AN ENGAGED MAN. If you think that a woman is any had spent 25 cents for bunch of weaker minded than a man, stop rlorers for her when she wit sJjye, she would have fainted. You wait where you are. to treat yourslf any until she is dez4 and then get some If you intend better than your wife, don't take preacher to tell how goqd she was. A 1 around to accommodate all the family. Five minutes rest will prevent many a family row, and how can you get rest if you have to pull shams off the bed and roll up the overlid? A shaddy old loung where you can get at, it is worth its weight in gold ; and you won't want to die half so many times if you make use of it. The loosening of the tension for ever so few minutes may save your reason some day. Don't go out and iry to walk off your worries ; don't tell them to your friend, either. Just throw yourself down on the sofa dor a little while ; shut your eyes and pretend you have no care. The worries will be lighter before you realize it, your brain will be clerer and your heart stronger to meet ihose that press closest. how much annoyance may be found in the course of every day's living, even at the simplest, if one only keeps a sharp rye out on that side of things. Even holy writ says we are prone to trouble as sparks flying upward in the blackest of smoke there ii a blue sky above, and the less time they waste on the road the sooner they will reach it. Fretting is all time wasted on the road. ing: S. D. LUTEN S. T. ROPER W. E. MATLOCK H. F. TAYLOR ! - Hickman Bank Hickman, of where it wilt be Absolutely safe and always ready for you when you need it. Limit your spending and save the balance. You will be surprised how qutckly you can create capital when you go about It In the proper way and with determination. ' County Attorney: We are authorized to announce as candidates for the office of County Attorney of Fulton County, subject to the action of the Demo cratic primary, INov. o, trie following: J AS. W. ROVE? ALLISON Joe Nailing last Thursday and we court the privilege k4 JH that we Join her In the esjj of having as the guests of t John B. Gordon Chapter c Daughters of the Confcde rut. Blessings they are O a them so. And deeds of , holiness, fall from them n e the snow. Nor hath they evr ed to know, that naught wrrr than to bless. Some one Us t ten "That one needs friers .: i-f- the mind abroach," and ' I.i shut up want air, and spou lu unopened to the sun." Tru' l Pal Some Money ttruy Nafo- - TYLER J. N. SMITH County Assessor We are authorized to announce as candidates for the office of As sessor of Fulton county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, Nov. 3, the following! CHARLES D. ROE Etf J. yILSON CHAS. BEApLEfl WILL J. THOMPSON JOHN F. MCCLELLAN not around the house where it may be destroyed or stolen, but by depositing it in this bank. We stand for safety First, Last and All the Time. eset ing gave us such a fair h r prove its truth. We rece ivrd t . M inspiration to start all the vbM thought going and to grin ; a' i. rapidity that we win nave k )ccp Tl)t Kidneys Well. Health U Worth Some Iflclunan fow to DdiHS 'vfo Savina, and Knott ft. t For Jailer. We are authorized to announce as candidates for the office of Jailer of Fulton County, subject to the action of the keaocratic pn mary, Nov. 3, the following i JOE NOONON JJD WRIGHT J.JJ.OHEJ T. P. gAKER Following are subject to the Nov: ember election In 1909 1 W. F. BLAKEMORE Work If Done While ftoads Are Soft -MPt etfootlve. School Superintendent. ..) PAIN ai. 36 cents, tblet-cal- led s ays. We tall nd cheerfully recouaod Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets "ALL DEALERS'" mouth. You wiint soiuetlilnir to atlimilnt your liver. Just try Herblne, tlm liver null. poMiuve cure lor uoiutlputlou, mior. holiness Church. Dyspepslt. tvisd nil liver complaints. Mrs. K . Ft. Worth. Texas, writum "Ifuvu Sunday School every Sunday evenHerblne In my family lof ears. Words cunt express whut Itlilukubou'lU, Jtvery-laxl- y ing at 2 o'clock, and prayer meet In mr houituhold are huotiv hiuiVkIt ing .every Thursday night at 8 o' uud we one It to Herulnu," Hold by Oow- clock, jflV uruu More. Inc.. unci llelui A Ulllsou. a n,i Tho spring of the year Is the time when the work ot must oommonco If the roads are to be brought Into a good condition through this process. Dragging Is a work that piiltt bf dona at the very muddlost time to be Bjoat pffectlvo. flome communities have walWuiI or fall beforo beginning this worV, and tho results have not been very satisfactory. In the spring the frost coming out of the ground leaves the roads muddy to a great depth. Tho whole mass is .teu plastic and wilt yield under tho of road drag. The Jiasktnethen the easily done and When the good weather c6ms the test Of tiiO sun dries the surface Into a hard mass that reUialnB bo for a long time. In states where xreat fdyanc has been mado in the science of road dragging tuA major part di tne worfc has been done lu Ike iar)y spring. After the foundation work is dflne tho work can bo later continued after heavy fains, but these ralas do not usually wet ths road u to a v.ory great depth. Th beiwnU of dragging have been demonstrated In a thousand b?cs)tei where the soli has In It enough py to glass under the passing of hu rood drag. Wo helluva that every com harpen a falling appetite inunlty where the roads are not saudy digestion i It will strengthen in nature can afford to taku up thli The only trouble about "Square work and glvu the roads treatments Deal Wire" la that It lasts too long. weakened Kidneys and Heart r? lair U1 insure good roads for the The Farmers Hardware Co., sells simply rebuilding the worn-balance U the1 year, it. nerves that the organs depend ucon Get the habltof trading at Bet- 25c gets a good meal at Williams' pon. Test it a few days and be & Prather's. restaurant. tersworth vinced. Sold by all dealers. road-dragginwpau-nerve- Many Hickman people take their lives in their hands by neglfttlng the kidneys when they know these or gans peed help. Sick kidneys are respousiule for a yas( amount o suffering and ill health, but there is no need of suffering nor to rernaU in danger when all diseases and aches and pains due to weak kidneys He re Is n " tliouulit for Uioe wh can be quickly and permanently cur Ilia iitu; ed by the use of Doan's Kidney litre Is to the limltli of our ctmr t lutr of Pills. Here Is a Hickman citizen's j A.nd Mrs. Reuben Green's Mi recommeridatlon i A hi) lir Is lu tla lienlltieiid (iro-- t 1 A, P. Iverbey, living jn Hickman, of the tiott who Is ncwrilr a ' Ky., says; "For two or three The charming Hostess nad ! months I yac trpu)lec from, the cjis ing tabje beauUfuHy 4eprat" f 5 ordered condition of my kidneys. I ferns, pansles, and exepUlte nasV had dull pains In. the small of my tiums, ami all were glad, anil tap?' back, ami whenever t stooped or and dd justice to the bounUUF lifted anything, sharp twinges would past. E. B. M cause me misery, At night the nch Anchor Buecles for popular p?' Ing in my back greatly disturbed my Farme: rest and I rose in the morning feel pie at popular prices. Hardware Co. I usually felt tired and ing )amc lame arjd angujd and ncryous spells Let Case, the tailor, press ilsi bothered me. 'Uy kidneys needed sujj; attention aa was proved by the ted ment contained In the secretions. Heat nrostrateg the nerves r I Kidney Pills, I the summer one needs a tonic toe Learning cf Doan's procured i box at Helm St Ellison's set the customary hot weather Ke"1 Drug Store, and in three days they and Strength depression. You relieved me. It required but one feel better In 48 hours after beg half )he contends of tfjf box to ajfect nlng to take such a remedy a t" a complete cure. I am glad to 'say Shribp'j Resjcfratjve. Jts it- s has Deen permanent and action jn reftorjn fh,e this cure course s surprising. Of have no hesftancy n allowing you to publish my statement." won't get entirely strong in a I" for sale by all dealers. Price 50 days, biit each 4aX Vou- Pan cl 'a' ' Co., Buffalo cents. Fpstcr-Mibur- n the improyemeqt. That W New York, sole agens fop hp Unitif oless. spiritless) feeling will (4 ed $tate;. y depart ycf uqlng tfip Re,or Remember the name Doao's ttve. Dr. Shoop's Restorative and take no other. t aw" ' jr. ' right at the brakes. And now with our minds Md tender thoughts, our hearts t'zJ ing with gratitude, and prai' ing our voices in the name o(t:. loved ones, wh.o wore the nr.., r thank them fo,r their undying; 1 and npprectttior, know tjat Jhe future holds ftr' such feasts of good hinge they be lifted to (hern out ut i golden bowl of glory, glorious, u ed and know that each vns'' tains lhaj hjdep mystery lv not &c taken away the Jove , many. Mrs. F. E. Arn's toast was ever-lastin- j g fl o