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ASK THE ADVERTISER- - t J2 -- TAGE EDITION L1VIN0 . -- hi i Cl lir "" Kfiitnofcy I THE HieKMAN COURIER. that Pulla the pommel citl Wat)an up ttfa Hill A BLUE MARK HERE in en m tlint your ul crlptlon linn nxplml, to you niter till month llcnew promptly Ifyou wnnt thn pnper to ccmin w,. I ....J mil IIMP Mb Team of Success. The Courier has a ppankm' Goad Team. Grease the fixles of Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up UT l'AlT'K NO. 12 ftn IN WKBTKRN KIINTUOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1908. WHOLE NO. 2411 E8TABLI8HED IN THE TEAR 1859 MORE REMINISCENCES i.i.tn IwJukiii(; i a KINGS AND OTHER FOLKS Cooky Brings Suit. Cooley. who Death Near Crutchfield. llii. mm nf 111 and Darnell's is just on the Tennrs. " vou will see the sec side on the line. That was the l.i.oi river it i bend in it is opposite New home of Hons. Henry and Richard .1 The distance li about Darnell, who in company with a ..iles round by river and not cousin, were widely known for the wj miles across land, and it part they once played in killing rn feared for years that dur- - three men on the stramer Helle of overflow the river might cut Memphis, just below the Darnell I and leave New Madrid off landing. It was given out that the rr map, something like it did murdered men intended boarding i.evicve ears ago, only more the boat below Darnell's and when fact we can remember when the boat landed at Darnell's l hey predicted by some that the would kill the Darnells. The Dar w jU cut through just below nells heird of such intention and to a place still lower j j and run through Reelfoot proceeded , ,i distance of about fifty miles, down the river and when the Mem .t.c out through Foked Deer phis landed to take the men on Jown near Hale's Point, board the Darnells fired on them , i' , Memphis. Some wealthy and wtre the victors, killing one as Li ets went to work and built he was coming up the steps, one af- across the low stretch of ter he was up the steps, but not yet .iioug the Mississippi below in me canin, anu me otner one on an and thus prevented the land. The Darnells were as peace" v.f Waters from taking the able, sober men as we ever met, but t course. J.C.Harris was when they were angered they knew .irf worker in this great task, no fear. As is usually the case, they died l wLcd the lake and wanted to - it into farms. It was the with their "boots on." Other feli.tt of his last years to form lows got the "drop" on thtm. In .. .ige law in the Tennessee fact, Henry was assassinated by a to enrich himself still coward, and Dick was murdered by rl I1C UICU a man who would not give him a Idliu IIldllCS. a year or so ago, and left an fair show. Yes, both were killed by ;e estate in fertile lands along men whom they had befriended, we tr.T great wealth. understand. ' In conclusion, we will add that connection we will both Henry and Richard returned from the New to their homes some years after the . Missourian : il McLeod and a party of Belle of Memphis affair and were went across the river last leading, progressive citizens, Dick .,-n iy to measure the distance becoming a prominent lawyer as : the neck of the bend in order will as farmer and was sent to the -mine what gain the river had Tennessee legislature from Lake in cutting through. They county, and Henry to the Missouri '.jc distance to be 8808 feet legislature from Pemiscot county. .A a mile and three fourths We knew them well, as also Gen. r n father, in Juy the same at the last Darnell, their was measured. While the his day. Those entanglements were it: considerable on the upper so impressed in our young mind h year it makes more land that they are yet fresh in memory. i side, so the probability We were a small boy down in that "xg through Is very remote, "neck of the woods" then. We '.u the bar known as Darnell's could say more in this connection, rand but now there are but will not at the present writing. j growing and may soon be-- 'i A clever, popular Candy Cold extension of the bank. ' i V winter one can see "the Cure Tablet called Preventics is that stretch of land being dispensed by druggists every" it (car has been entertained where. In a few hours, Preventics - river would start through are said to break any cold com r " trr.e of a big flood and the pletely. And Preventics, being so f safe and toothsome, are very fine t i would be great. i rnnessce and Kentucky for children. No Quinine, no laxajoin a mile or so below tive, nothing harsh nor sickening. - u 1, on the opposite shore. Box of 48 25c. Sold by all dealers. ql . ' has had a lot Frank Mrs. Martha Ross, residing two of trouble with Fulton official on ac- miles north of Crutchfield, died count of his efforts to bring whisky Friday afternoon after a lingering into Fulton on one pretext and an- illness of typhoid fever. Deceased other, has sued officer Lee Carter was about 80 years old, and is surand Mayor U. S Shacklett and their vived by many relatives and friends bondsmen for $3599 damages for who mourn her departure. confiscation of personal property The remains were interred Satur(whiskey) and personal injuries re- day at Rock Springs. ceived at the hands of Mr, Carter. Find Oil at Lexington, Attorneys lid Thomas and Robbins & Thomas have been retained by While drilling for water on Kerr Cooley. farm, part of James B. Haggin's estate near Lexington, Elmendorf Pierce Pardue has accepted a po- oil was struck at a depth of 140 sition with the Cowgill Drug Co., of feet. The oil is black and similar Hickman. Pierce is a hustler and to the Ragland product. The well and will be a valuable man for his was plugged until Manager Berry-ma- n employers Obion Democrat. returns from a western trip. J. R. H. Hester, a Mayfield grocer, has made an assignment for the benefit of his creditors. It's Jint the poor mosquito's ny Ilecuuse lie tin no clerk He liiwtetm to present III Mil Before he iloe Ills work THE "ETERNITY" SCHOOL SHOE I SOLID AS GOLD: person buys anything made of gold they itsualy ask if it is 18 carat. When Uncle bam i 1111 makes a twenty dollar gold coin he always puts full value into it, and every uounr n ninKes is as good as gold. That is the way with THE ROBERTS, JOHNSON & RAND SHOE CO., of St. Louis, manufacturers of tho "ICternity" School Shoes. They put full value in every pair of "Eternity" School Shoes that thoy make. They are as good as gold and as honest as Uncle Sam's dollars. The "Star" on the heel and the name "Eternity" quaranteo them to bo honestly constructed. Tf you don't believe these shoos aro solid, out open a pair and see. They have two full soles from heel to toe cut from the best oak tanned leather money can buy and theso soles aro fastened on with screw fasteners so thoy wont rip and pull loose, like so many boys and girls shoes will. Thoy aro made in Vici, Dull Soft Kangaroo Calf, Velour Onlf, and Patent Leather. You will note that thoy have a solid vamp so tho children can't kick holes in tho toes and compel you to buy a new pair before they have worn them any time. On account of the children kicking and running around so much thoy should have a heavy couuter in the shoes that thoy wear. You will note that tho "Eternity" School Shoes have a solid sole leather counter ami tho shoes wont run over like those you have been buying. Look very closely at the thickness of the soles no chance for your children's feet to get damp and you can readily see why "Eternity" School Shoes wear like iron. They aro made to fit and feel good and give tho children's growing foet a chance to breathe, and will not cramp and eavo them worring with a lot of corns. At all times it is our aim to fit every foot porfoctly in comfort giving shoes. Fitting tho feet is our business. n .re XX'HEN repro-paragra- -.- well-know- Lt ASee How They Are MadeV FOR ROYS t "ETERNITY" ..School Shoes,. AND GIRLS Saturday Night. I The Construction Shows They Wear Well. Good Outside and Good Inside. THE- - ST Or LIVING i re easily adjusted your income by the of a checking ac "Jiit From month to tf.oi.ih you have an ex-- J t record of all money eived and paid out. ' f checking account is indicator that helps Vou to keep your In. "me ahead of your i rpruditures. 1" addition to your money keep-'- f mat-It- s straight, a check- - f:r your funds and a receipt for ever bill raid, g account is conveu-"'i- t, it gives you safety THE CKMAN BANK Hickman, Saturday night seems to have the happy faculty of making Fe0P'e human ; sets their hearts to beating softly as they used to do before the world turned their war drums and jarred them to peices with tattooes, On Saturday night the ledger closes with a clash, thr vault come: to with a bang, click goes the key in the lock. It is Saturday night and the business man breathes free again. Homeward hoi The door that has been ajar all the week gently closes behind him, the world Shut in, is all shut out. Shutout? rather. At home are all his treasures after all, and not in the vault and not in the book save the record in old family Bible and not in the bank, Maybe you are a bachelor, frosty and 40, Then, poor fellow Saturday night is nothing to you just as you are nothing to anybody. Get a wife, or black-eyetrued-eyeGet a but' above all little home, no matter how little a sofa, just to hold two or two and a half, on It, on a Saturday night, and then read this paragraph by the light in your wife's eyes, and thank God and take courage. iron-doore- i d Which is Cheaper Buy More and Pay More or Buy Less and Pay Less? Just think for a minute about whether you would rather buy more shoes for your children because you don't buy the best shoes wear them well and not give satisfaction and pay more for the.se shoes, or whether you would rather buy fewer shoes shoes that will wear well and satisfy, and pay no more for them than you do the ordinary kind. There are some things to think about ou have bought shoes that did not wear as long as they ought to for the price which you paid for in this heading, for unquestionably them. Most everyone wants to save as much as they can. That shows that they have good common sense. We know that our customers will like us better after we have sold them a pair of 'Eternity" Shoes, for they will keep on buying them from us and keep on saving money,. because they wont have to buy as many as they have bought of other shoes, and will get better satisfaction all around. Bring the children in today and let us show you how well 'Eternity School Shoes fit, and how much better they aie than the ordinary kind. It wont take you but a few minutes to be convinced that "Star Brand Shoes Are Belter." that will not blue-eye- d d, The Prices Are 1 .50 for Children to 2.50 for Boijs according to the size Kentucky. Colt show Sept. 5. Smith & Amberg. L f THE HICKMAN COURIER "Conn WcMcrn Kentucky I.Ike the Dtw" ANOTHER AGITATOR. SOUTH IS FLOODED ATHENS, CA., LIGHTING auumi-ituuu. 30 I BURIED IN PLANTS W. 0. SPEER and J. 0. SEXTON, FORTY BURNING MINE I. FLAMES FOLLOWING EXPLOSION CUT OFF ESCAPE FOR THE C) VICTIMS. Editor and Proprietors. DIE IN THE CAROLINAS ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH tX ADVANCK. Nineteen, Gives When Orown Structure Way 22 Washouts on Railway. st makers of conulnn i Athens, (la. Two bridges of tlio ........ OUT belnc itonn tn uio injustice thin POURING IS Oeoneo rlvor nlready linvu gone SMOKE ... - t.it. 1'iuoeriy down hero nnd tlio others nro totternnd Lone.t paint manufacture FLOOD CAUSES MILLION LOSS ing All out (ho city the gns nnd about to mnko Paint buyltie ilectrlc supply Is cut off, the plants Rescuers Are Powerless to Aid Labor, , . ..,.,,,, irn,0 tntk !t being submerged. Southern nnd Hon- Much Sufleriag Prevails Among the . now famous "Dutch. ers In Oklahoma Shaft put this trndomnrk.nl n i.. board trains nil over thin part of tlio Homeless. Ifjnlted Barrel of OH guar. 1 W . Ir. nn nvnrv i...L. state nro delayed. AugiMtn, Gn, Although tlio untor on Causes Glaze. While, Lend. A northbound train on tha South tlic streets of thi city I fnllinj? rapid They ,ncn famlllnrlilng ern railway barely escaped ornshlng ly, yet the IIockI conditions rcmlting tho public wph ,? blow-plpthrough nn undermined trestle near test by which tho iJ,l from the ovcrllow of the Savannah riu-- r McAlwder. Okla. One of tho worst nnd genuineness here Two boys llacccd tlio train. of White !,ra,l r roiiylit by tin tire nnd tlio destruction mlno dlsnstors In tho history of bo dctormlnod, and furnished a t' , of last night, has c.iued preat Milfrrin;; tho southwest occurred nt Hal- - plpo fro to every ono Augusta Streets Flooded. among tlic jnor. The amount of dam-agwho Augusln, Ga. The middle portion leyvlllo. 16 miles east of here. Wednes write thorn for It. This nctlon M, cannot as yet be cxtitnutctl, but it h of tlio city Is under wnter. The day, when 30 miners were entombed Itself a guaranty of tho purly Lf N Kill reach close to $1,000,000. lltmts In tho llnlloyvllle Oklahoma coal mine. tlonnl Und Company's pates nt tlio locks, where tin While ,r are Wing ued a the only means of conAs tho result of this open dca city's cnnal begins, have 'been locked shaft .No. 1. the result of n fierce Ilro Many veyance through the city. since early Tuesday night, but tho Hint Is believed to hnvo shut off all tho pnlnt buyor trdny has on r h it in nnd around the city liate ocThe men are nil In I 8Plf ,0 Idnmo If ho Is dofrnudr l pstream is feet nbovo the dnin. All means of escape . .. . ... curred, hut ns jet the exact number . f .. noon ieai n..rt. nnd vnlual.lo outni I imri in me mine cotton mills nro shut down. Tho iiu cannot lie estimated. It is reNrted tluit .i .. ..I onuonni Ij'n,l t water covers their floors. Tho crest a telophone mcssngo stated that the ' Intlnn muhh-twelve have been drowned, but this has pany, Woodbrldgo Illdg., Nuw y.rk. Is not expected until fire was burning so fiercely that It was of tho Hood not lieen confirmed. - Ml 11 HI l I II . I Impossible for tho rescuers to enter Wednesday night. While the worst is believed to be 01 er, I ! I rtijrAirtr Newspaper of the World. tho shnft, nnd It wns then believed L. the aftermath is what is dreaded, with Thero aro 12,600 nowpai- - ri rs. the entombed men surely must bo Forty Lives Lost by Floods. its decaying matter, bad sanitary conllshed In tho United States 't S. C Forty lives hnvo burned to death. Columbia. l.OvO of them aro published da r ditions, and lack of means of caring for All the miners nro foreigners. inj A 120 been lost nnd projiorty worth HAINS NOT CRAZY. arn managed, edited anj t the poor and homeless. Aid will be sent number of miners working neater tho EVIDENCE LACKING millions him been several llshed by negroes. In Asia tb re r to the city from other Georgia towns. by floods since August IS. In opening managed to escape. Precise In His Dally Life and an Ideal 3,000 periodical publications, if The Hood whL'li struck the city at 10 Officials of tho rmupnny declined to both the Carollnas heavy rains have Prisoner Has Been III. tho greater part nutienr In n i .s t. o'clock Tuesday reached Its climax at FEDERAL AUTHORITIES MAY NOT fallen continuously for 4!) hours on glvo out detnlls of the nffnlr nnd thu dla and Japan; tho latter ctir.'ry ..v midnight and since tlien the water has PROSECUTE FITZGERALD. nctunl loss of life Is not known. .New ork. "Capt. Peter C. Hnlns. ground already wnter soaked, nnd It Hihes 1,600 newspapers, A'r. lu been slowly receding. At 6 o'clock this Jr., who killed William K. .Annls. Is still raining. only 200 newspapers, of whl:h 'i m Oil Catches Fire. morning the water had fallen eight SAY . IS SLIGHT Is us snne ns anybody," EVIDENCE t Camden 19 persons lost their published In Kgypt and tho r ' i said Sheriff inches. Harvey of Queens Tuesday. "Storios lives. Thov wero on n toll brldKO The flro Is said to havo stnrted nt pear In the various Kuropesn a. ant Hundreds of homeless people are Fine mat he is raving like a maniac when tho structure gnvo way. Tho 8:30 a. in., Wodnosdny, soon after tho watching the water, fearful for the State Judge Issues Warrant and Capudlne Cures Indigestion Pi m. In his cell are ridiculously untrue. He big cotton mills near Spartanburg, dny shift went to work. Legal Complications May It npiars safety of friends and families, who are stomach m heartburn n.-Is precise In his dally life nnd an where 14 were drowned nnd two that n bnrrel of oil caught firo nnd Bour whst rUiand(Jlvr. ImmM'i- - rr ,i Result. from at the mercy of the Hood. Humors of loss ., ; mills washed awny In 190.1, nro in dnn-ge- r later exploded, spreading burning oil I'rrscrltwl by physlruns Ideal prisoner. pur and rJTectlvii of life are frequent, but impossible to liotH I. Chicago. Qeorgo "All the stories that have been Tho Campcrdown mill at Green- - in all directions. The fire spread with Ur sli Sc and WoTrUI oil drucrtr.Iiv W. Fitzgerald, ut verify. There hae been many narrow of the printed saying that Capt. Halns moans vlllo stands In water 5 feet deep, and ttuch rapidity that tho miners on tho former teller assistant escajics. Integrity of character Is more xaU United States subtreasury here, was for 'my poor wife' and raves to go may go nny minute. Tho Seaboard tower tires were tinnblo to rench tho Mtermed than mere cspac.tr LIVERMORE ENDS CAMPAIGN arraigned Monday, charged with dtenl back to his army post nro nbsunl." Mr I.lue has lost a big bridge over the shafts nnd nil nvenues were cut off ing the $173,000 which disappeared continued the sheriff. Savannah and nnother over the llroad. The mine Is owned by Dr D, 11. Hal-le- y genius. Adams. He had nn nttnek of stomach trou Twenty-twseparate washouts are reof .MrAlester nnd Is ono of the bigCotton Bull Reported to Hnvo Lost from the subtreasury In February of last year, theft of which has baffled ble, but is now O. K. nirnln. T. Jen. ported on tho Southern railway. gest mining properties In the stnte a Cool Two Million. Soon after the fnte of the entombed New York. Jcse Ti. Livermore's at- both tho state nnd federal authorities, kins Hnlns also Is ns composed as his Diibee, Ariz., Flooded. men became generally known crowds tempt to make himself the cotton king i no warrant, wiiich was served on brother." El Paso, Texas For the third of wildly ncclted women were abandoned today when the jlrice of Fitzgerald early Sunday morning, was nnd children, II mo this summer Illsbee, Ariz., relatives of the unfortnnat men, WARNING OUT. the August option went crashing $3..'15 n Issued by Judge Chetlain. Tho court announced that n post has been swept by a disastrous flood. AND A WOMAN'S at the mouth of the shaft. lale, dragging other options down u dol- ponement until next Monday had'been Civil Service Emoloves Warn,ri Half a dozen persons nro missing. Tholr grief was pltlnble lar or more. Their agreed upon and that Fitzgerald would Against Political Assessments. The Hood came almost without warn-Jng- , cries for the entombed miners ndded l.ivcrmore is said to have lost fully be released on $10,000 bond. This was n torrent of water 10 feet high much to the confusion. $2,000,000 of the profits he had piled u'p furnished and the prisoner was set Washington. sweeping down the two principal An Smoke Pours Out of Opening. iu his remarkable campaign. The young free. warning ngalnst political nssesments streets. Scores of buildings wero seThose who were nblo to rench the man preserves absolute silence nnd his The federal authorities declare they was Mondny Issued to emnloyes riously damaged. Tho damage will surface were greeted with shouts of hrokcrs refuse to discuss his ntrairs, but havo watched Fitzgerald since the dls of the treasury department by Acting run into the thousands. Joy. Tho officials of the company, there was evidence today that the appearance of the money, and that secretary lieokman Wluthron. The aided by tho mlno bossen nnd other. was ended. there is little evidence of a convict clrculnr promulgates the Civil Service DENEEN GOT 212,983 VOTES. Immediately sot to work to rescue tlio Ing character ngalnst him. Capt, I'or With I.ivermore in his attempt to laws nnd regulations on the subject men still In the mine. It was soon apmake this corner were Theodore Trice ter of tho United States secret service anu directs mat officers of the deOfficial Count Shows His Plurality parent, however, that no one could en. and a dozen professional traders. Price saya he will havo nothing to do with partment controlling tho various Over Yates Was 11,952. ter tho mine, as volumes of smoko bethe proceedings against Fitzgerald. branches of the sorvlce post consnlcu- issued circulars telling of high prices gan to pour from the openings. As tho state judge under the United ousiy in their respective office copies and it seems .that Livermore did Springfield, III. Tho returns of States statutes must turn over the of the document "and otherwise to tho primary olectlon on most of the buying. state offiOKLAHOMA FEUDISTS MEET. Cotton was accumulated by the clique prisoner to the federal courts if he use every appropriate and avnllable cers were ennvnssed Tuesday by finds probable evidence that n crime means to direct the attention in thousand bale lots, until it was reof their the stnto board and tho official vote One Dead and Two Wounded In Fight ported that they had among them con- has been committed, floe legal tangles subordinates to the provisions there made public. In Store. appear possible. of . tracts maturing in October for ifc On the Republican ticket: Doneen PINKHAM Says Arrest Is Job. 212.93S and Vntcs 201.031; Hopkins. least 400,000 bales, worth $20,000,000. Tulsn. Okla As a result of an atRAIDERS FIRE TOWN. Xaturo nnd a woman's work To control the price of actual cotton Attorney Lltzinger. for Fitzcerald for Senator. iolled lCS,3S5r Foss tempt by David nnd William Webb, havo produced tlio .Mason, SC.59C, nnd Webster they were compelled to take contracts declares the arrest of his client is a brothers, to carry out a threat to "do remedy for womnn'rt ilia cnuidwt that the Oglesby. for Lleutcnnnt Governor, up" J. W. Job. Ho says nn Immediate hearing Lowery and Akaska, S. D., Looted by for thousands of bales for August deCulpepper, n west side gro- world has ever known. uang or Mounted Outlaws. ue demanded. got 139,924. Shumway 51,378. Knight cer. In his storo win li ery. The charges Price and others quickly deWednesday. David In tho ptvxl days cf 30.33G, Drew 21,740 nnd Smith 115.979. cided to get out, and did so at a profit, against the prisoner are based on tho Aberdeen, S. D. Iteiiorts reached For Clerk of the Supreme Court Davis Is dead. William Webb family wound- our Rrnnd mothers they ndied urea following: but Livcrinore held on. ed and Culpepper Is seriously Injured. tho rooLs nnd liurhs of tlio Held to .1 mat no ioegan speculating In eggs iiure .uonuay mat the towns of hns n plurality of 1471. Tho trouble, which was tho culmina- cup) dise.oso nnd mitigato nuirtr.g. Lowery nnd Akaska. on the .Minnea witnm two months after belnK dls Onthe Democratic ticket Stringer tion of nn old feud, SOLDIERS SPIRITED AWAY came to n bend Uio Indians on our Wcs'.ni missed from tho government service polis & St. Louis Itallroad, have been secured 127.SC4 and lllakely 27.473. Tuesday night, when t'le Webbs Plains y can produco roots a'l and at a time when ho had not more partially destroyed by a fire which re- - Stevenson, for Governor, hnd 79,783. Conflict Between Militia and Civil Culpepper In his store, thrraf-cnln- g herls for every ailment, nnd t s than $1,700 altogether, nnd that tho RUlted from a mysterious raid by sev Paulson McGoorty 24.C0S. 23.513, Officers at Guthrie. to 1 speculation Involved over $25,000. eral mounted men. The bank nnd LowiB 30.214, Gunther 10,705, Klin- - complete return Wednesday night nnd diseases that Ixilllo tho mast ski Hopkinsvillc, Ky. Carl .Meacham and tho Job. physicians who havo spout yean la That he proposed to dispose of two general store woro nmong the build brough 1707 and .Monroe 4305. X)'. It. llrashear, two members of tho Culpepper nrmed himself with a Uio study of drugs. $1,000 bills to Col. Harry ,C. Gano for ings destroyed nt Lowery. double-barrelestate militia, who were with n squad 50U each. shotgun nnd when tho Free If They Pay Duty. From tho roots nnd herbs of the coi. Holmes, president of tho Da- btntioned at Guthrie, Ky., until yesterWashington. D. C There will Webbs entered tho door ho opened flro field J.ydia Ii l'inkham more t!.aa That he expressed ability to put up kota .Nntlonal Uank of this cltv. who on them, with fntu'l effect, boltm-hlm- . day, where they are charged with break- $50,000 in escrow on a thirty years ngo gnvo to tho wr:rn proposition to is also president of too Lowery Hank. bo no criminal prosecution In the olf stabbed by William Wjbb. nfter of tlio world a remedy for thtir la ing into u sealed car for the purjioe of ntiy dockage case of evasion confirms the destruction of the latter Chadbourne-Gardnc- r rights nt South Haven stealing some case whisky, were pro- and a, lake steamer. cunar ins, mora iwumt nnd tm of the customs laws, Thu government the latter had been shot. building. tected from arrest here todav bv Caiit. than nny combination of drags. has not openly abandoned nny IntenThat he recently bought a dwelling "Winfrce when the police officers of GuthLydia IX Pinkhnm's Vegetal tion of citing Mrs. Chadbourne, Mrs. Ellis Takes Purdy's Place. Press Humorists Meet. vaiueu at $8,500. rie came litre to serve warrants on them Washington Wndo H. Kills, now Compound is now recognized ns the Gnrdnor, or both, to appear In court Denver. Col. The American i'ru and carry them back to Guthrie. They Humorists association's sixth annual in answer to chnrges of fraudulent en- nttnrney general of Ohio, has been utandard remedy for woman's 111. PRAISES CANAL WORK. gave bond for their appearance and were convention opened here .Monday und try, but It can be taken as nuthorltn-tlv- j tendered by tho president nnd has acMrs. llortha Muff, of 615 N.C St, removed during the night. thnt the two principals will bo cepted tho itosltlon of assistant to tho Louisiana, Mo., writes: President Approves New WQe Scale will bo In session throughout tho Tho civil authorities at Guthrie are detho week. Wednesday night tho allowed to go their wuys nfter t,ho nttornvy general, recuntly held by Mil-totor workers in Panama. "Complcto restoration to hfi'tk pennltles have been Imposed. cidedly agitated over the action of the D. Purdy. Mr. Kills will nssumo means so much to me that for the humorists will glvo nn entertainment officers commanding the militia in reOyster nay, N. Y. at a local theater for the benefit of tho duties of his now position us soon of other suffering1 vromru I am wi iiof President Discouraged Minister Kills Self. as tho business of present office, w inne my irouoie public moving the soldiers iu such a surreptiuooseevit, in making public tho tho mil yc monument fund. "For twelve years 1 Imd been suffff New York III. hnlf bllnd. criti , tious manner. JIaj. K. II. which will roqulro his attention for Ing in report of tho Bpeclal commission ap with the worbt forms of fcinsleiilfc cising tho church on score of un soiiio weeks, will permit. of the western division of Kenpointed to investigate work on tho Wabash Conference Over. During that time I had eleven different tucky troops, which have been stationed I'anama canal, took occasion to e- in. Tho Iower Wabash truthfulness nnd Insincerity nnd de I'nris. physicians without help. No tonfuj claring thnt ho could not worshln in the several hotbeds of the night riders press pleasure over the fact that tho conference oftho United lirethren can tell what I suffered, and at tiiu"' Forest Fires Continue. hardly yrn Church concluded a week's session 'America's trinity success, pleasure for the past six months, says he had commission upholds the, administra Pnsndenn. Cal. Forest fires that could wroto wallf. About twoadiirf. ngo 1 Mrs. given orders that the men be protected tion of Col. Goethals, chairman of the hero .Monday evening. with a nnd gold," Itev. Albert II. Trick killed havo been raging for nearly 48 hours I followed It, and Plnkham forsay I'1" can truly mass meeting nt the .Methodist Enls. himself In a room In Mills' Hotel yes- between tho third nnd fourth rnngo Lvdla K. from arrest, us he does not projio.e to canal commission, , PinUhnm's Vegetable Ceo- T'. place their lives iu jeopardy by having ihu special commission recom- copai unurcn, nudressed by lllshop U. terday. Ho was onco pastor of a buck of Mount Wilson, on tho govern pound and Mrs. Pinkham'a advice rethem go back to Guthrie and meet the mends revision of the wace scnle. re- - m. .Mnunews, or Chlcngo. The next Presbyterian church in Chlcnco nnd ment reservntlon, continue nnd nro stored health and strength. It worth mountains of (fold to suffrriBf amo fate as the four negroes who weie ducing tho number of grades and giv- nnnuni conference will be held nt Hob- - lator had a charge nt Snrntoga, N. Y. dovnstntlng n lino forest region, A recently mobbed iu Ugan county while ing tlio same pay nnd hours for slm- - inson, in. largo force of rangers bus been us- - women." o Bank Robbers Fall. liar work for tho Isthmian commission What Lydia K. Pinkhnm's held on just such trivial charges. sembled to fight tho' flames. and Panama railroad. No reduction In St. Joseph, Mo. After nn In Compound did for Mrs. 31 un, Cabrera to Visit Mexico. wages is recommended as the sched it will do for other suffering women. City of Mexico. President Kstraila effectual attempt to blow open the OKLAHOMA BEER FLOWS. Indian Agents Appointed. ule is 10 per cent higher than in Now uaurcrn of Guatemala has expressed safe of tho Ilnnk of Hushvlllo. nt Washington Shormnn O. Ilrlifk nnd u uesiro to visit this republic uusuvuie, this county, enrly Wedncs-dnDisappointed Can Itushers Bee 800 York. The appointment of a secretary to anu arragement8 aro ulder wav to mornlug. tho snfo Iu tho nost- - amines j. Hunt were appointed dls- Barrels Run Into Sewer. lnci agent nnd usslstnut district Investigate complaints of employes Is extend un lnvlatlon to the chief er. office, next door, wns wrecked, nnd ngent, respectively, to tho 'Indians In Oklahoma City, Okla. Kight hundred suggested. Positively cured by Tho commission reports ecutlvo of the bordering republic, ac stamps und casli umouutlng to $100 Imrrels of beer were tajqied by the proOklahoma. Iloth aro residents of nv. CARTER'S tbaaa Little that compensation now provided for cording to a report In circulation.. were obtained. Thero were four of hibition law enforcement officers at the men lnhoma and their duties consist of They alxi rtll" disabled whllo ut work Is Tho story, however, can not bo tho robbers, who wero seen to get Into traufroiu l)pH4'"' Jloss brewery this afternoon, under the wugon nnd drive toward 8t. Joseph. looking nfter tho minor Indluii a dllMtlonmdTiwUM'V confirmed. thirsty eyes of a crowd of ubout 300. Killnr. A LXffMt " 9 w inii J he beer was stored iu ten large Child Refuses to Wed: Slain. d Pension Vouchers Carried Free. Indiana Miners' Strike Ends. vats PILLS. urn. for DlMlii'". V' DnimlnNI. in the cellar of tho brewery, and as it Alius. Okla. Alice Carter, 11 years Wife Planned Husband's Murder. Washington Hereafter nil pension. lurru uuuie, inu. ine Str Ike In TllnlbMutU,C-old, refused to tnnrry Charles Fisher, uio. uuuminous coal Held Is flowed from the at it drained directly ers will bo allowed tho freo use of Vuldez, Alaska Macrena Kavnr. Touue. l'ln l ended nt. into the sewer, so that the crowd which a larm nand, againist her parents' flclally by the announcement that tho the malls to return their nenslou soof, 19 years old, confessed that sho aid. Tourin uv m tfuIkU tb Uowels. I'urtlr Tbt7 wishes, wheteu)ou bo drew a revolver uperators- - association had had gathered with cans and palls agreed to vouchers, ns tho result of an order is- - Induced George Pestrlakoff, whom sho and snot nud Instantly killed her and tho demands of tho a disappointment. sued by Ponunster aoiierulMeyer, loved, to kill her husbnnd, Peter S. SUJtU NLL. SHALL DOSE. SHALL FfllCC. United Mine Knforcetuent Ofliicr Howard, who is In lueu committed suicide. Workers of District No. 11. un.i umenuing ui0 postal regulations. Kuvorsoof, n woodman, ut their homo Genuine Must Bear 000 miners nro nt work. ihaige, believed that the flow would on Afoguak Island. Pestrlakoff felled CARTERS Fund for Radium Research. Moroccs's Sultan Prisoner. Signature continue during most of tomorrow be- Knvorsoof with nn nx In tho presence , Vienna A friend of learning, who Child Choked Dy Olive Seed lungier it is reported hero that or oru m vais ure emptied. Thu lecr his jj.yeurold soirby a formor marwishes to remain unonymous, has of tho army of wn o eatlm? .,n.. oiiuiuii, nuitan of Mo- - riage. The slayer nnd was seized officers thiee weeks fered tho sum of $10,000 to tho woman lied, tho VI- - Mildil, tho ago and they uwr that daughter of rocco, nits been routed by tho forren but wero overtaken if had been ennu Imperial academy of nclonco for Stephen Hvuns, wus choked to death of his brothor, Mulal Hulld. CO mil,. and lodged In Jail. REFUSE SUISTITUTE1 manufactured sine piohibltiou v ent into mo t'siuuiibiiment of u great Institute oy one or tno keeds lodging ju from Morocco City, und that tho sul Tho woman Justified tho eilmo bv Hfect by H. Ii, JIoss. he making chnrgeH of extreme cruelty for indium research. tan nus been taken prisoner, throat. Inifrrr luralllr Ujm II lilhBrao,iui.kii)iina uualnst her husband. limUiUn-ut- . iJlwrnlruuiurutuiiiiuia. tor lfr V postotflco as : "" o o Entered at tha Hickman, Kentucky, second-clas- s mail matter. .Mixtures In i rmnml rnL- - vlt ...... .......... luuuoniinnft,) mnrked nnd sold ns Will, uun, i no urccpiion (Jot b " pnront until tho paint an, Ing woro pnld for. Tlfoi dec,,. .,.. J ll still nrnMlr,, txposo It easily. National Lend Company. th ,,,, poKo." OPEN DEALING IN PAINT. Huylng paint mod to bo like prorcruini buying of n iii. ,v, 'ro c. mm!It V - ivr .i iu -. IP f 1 NATURE Mil nnte-clcctlo- n cam-jiaig- n 121,-11- 0, mm-blne- d II,-70- 1 ... lo-dn- n si Has-ett- Vepe-tabl- y SICK HEADACHE suf-lere- d '" r. Fac-Simi- lo by-st- WANTED AGENTS Ut wtiui CvutuuiMt 'iVtuuw 'JU. LnitU i TTTT if Washington Whisperings Interesting Bit of New Cnthered at the National Capitnl. Round About the State On Different Ii in Gcinff Wlmt Sections of Kentucky. tip CHEAPER TO SUPPORT A VICTIM OF HAY Farmers and Merchant: Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. FEVER nital Besieged bv Health Doard Than Pay Doctor nnd la Gov. WHIion, and He Leaves For Funeral Bills Says MeCormack. Wlsssnttn. ....ABSOLUTE SAFE1Y IS THE BASIS.... That wc ofl'cr to depositors. Other Inducements are of secondary importance. Relic I Sellers Thlnjr-iimbobn- hy Bully of Orcat Ornmlfathcr ni 'n i'i i iir Aniiiouiwni Iiowpr IT 11 . i n 1 i "v . nn i iniiiiuuimua mui ..1.11 It 1 Mi.lEnlUCOnily awcu uih uuinuuii ui Ihn rnpttnl of tho country Innocently unil Inrflrrctly mnko life a bunion to thrlr nelghbora of a Iom oitato. Money la an nwful nulsnnco, Don't you ace, and tthon It belong! to lomobody ) nor0.1.. ... not to you. The trouble of It It that frknili In tlio province aacrlbo oven lo tho lowliest In W'aihlngton aotnn wrult power over tho puracMrlnga of the roahtent plutocrats. One l alwajra uoInK bcalocpd by tho lrJiRi'iit from the homo dlatrlctii to on't WviTK oti)o over be dolUred donlzcni of the Dlntrtct of Columbia. They wrlto to you deductively! "You co tut to much and know of no many rlrh people, I'm nurn you'd have no il.nculty In dlipoalni? for mo, for a liar.dtomn num. of two old claw-foo- t tiiMi, a wannlnn pan and a portrait 1h irraft In their behalf upon tmderstnnd Honator Clnrk I a connoleur. Jlo'd llknly citoom It a prlvlleRe to bo nllowcd to purchnso, and tho Intcrcit on the morlKnco ! duo nnd wo need tho money no." Tho multimillionaire Senator Clark durlnR his Incumbency wn tho iroy nt largo of all tho old Junk vendors of tho nation. Tho llttlo bowhlskcred gentle-mawns a ahrcwd and thrlty bargainer, however, and toldom fell a victim unwarily. Thero Isn't a senator or congressman In tho entire cataloguo who Isn't persecuted by' Importunate constituents now and then lo convert himself, In their Interests, Into a private sale. Thero Is a halcyon dream prevalent that Washington flows with milk and honey nnd crisp now paper dollars, and that tho beneficiaries are cngcr to divide, for vnluo received. Ilawkors of otd objects, valuable either Intrinsically or In only their owners' eyes, aro among tho afflictions prominent women have to bear, Thoro's sesreo a day that somo decayed gentlewoman or her emissary Isn't out peddling, In a deprecating way, some valued heirloom that it wrings her heart to part with. Family Jewels aro always on the market, old laces, books and objects d'art n rum-maR- o Ixxilsvlllo, Ky. A report for tho I'rnnkfort, Ky. Gov. Wlllson lert SOth year of tho stnlo board of health for Wisconsin, where ho will remain , for 10 days was filed hero by Dr. A. N. Mct'or-markon account of hay fever. of Howling Green, secretary. Gov. Cox will hold down the cxocutlvo Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage. H. BUCHANAN, President. After a lengthy exposition of tho muses for organizing tho bonnl during tho southorn yellow fever epidemic In tho seventies, the report tells of tho work done during tho year closed, April 3. It rolatoa that many dalrlos about Ijoulavlllu wcrs closed because their sanitary condition was hopeless, and thnt In soma of ths slaughter-house- a supplying meat to the Himillor towns "hogs nnd buzzards, the former being fattened for slaughter, vero often louiul In tho oarly mornlnR contending for the offal, decaying heads and other wnste." The report uraes nn abattoir for such towns villi killing conditionals. "It will cost," Juys the report, "to have these essentials to health, but they aro far cheaper than of the slcknesii nnd funerals In Kentucky every year, which could nnd should bo prevented." one-third chair. llcforo leaving Gov. Wlllson remitted the stnto part of n ball bond of $200 for Jack Hays In Jefferson circuit court. D. .1. Donner went on Ilsyrf J. A. TMOriPSON, Cashier. a concealed weapon and sentenced to 10 days In Jail. Ho also pardoned Gcorg3 Strauss, of Ashland, convlcd of larceny and rentenced to tho county Jail for six months. CAUGHT AT BRIDLE OF HORSE, bond, who was confined In a hoHpltaL Mays, In his delirium, the hospital nnd could not be found In tlmo for his trial. Gov. Wlllson also pnrdoncJ Mrs. Delia Marcum, of Dig Creek, Clay county, who had bcin convicted of currylntr lft DIRECTORS O. B. Threlktld, J. W. Alexander. II. Buchanan, J. J. C. Bondurant, Dr. J. M. Hubbard. R. M. Islar, T. A. Ledford, -- THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO L9CAL MANAGER But Graiped Gun Instead, and Young Clay Is Dead. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE HCFOIUTf ft TELEGRAPH CO. HAQER CHALLENGED Paris, Ky. Col. C. P. Clay, nephew ot owner of lliti.nynifdo To Expert Examination of State Bookn stud and member of tho stnt? raring By Auditor James commission, was accidentally hot nnd K. P. Clay, Uncle Sam Tell How to Make Pure Pies portant studies of tho methods of, manufacture and preservation of foods nnd drugs wore tho bleached flour Investigation, tho lemon oil Investigation, tho whisky Investigation and the investigation of nonfermented beverages alleged to contain cocaine or other objectionable drugs. The experimental work of the bumade In food and drug reau of chemistry, tho enforcement of PltOOHKf?3 and legislation during the federal food and drugs act, numer1JV7 M explained In detail In the yrar ous Investigations and the part played hoi k of the department of agriculture. by various states In tho enactment of The book shows thnt laws regulating the manufacture and Just Issued methods of manufacture wore studied sain of foods nro somo of tho subjects by government exports and whenever treated In tho book. During the year, I jislllo asilstanco wns given manu- out of H legislatures which met, 40 facturers tu improving their methods, enacted laws relating to tho purity of II, means of sterilization It vss found foods. that various fruit and vegetable prodThe bureau of chemlsty established ucts can bo preserved without the ten additional branch laboratories use of chemical preservatives. , The throughout tho country, whero samexperiments along this lino resulted In ples of food nnd drugs collected by Inn w methods for tho preservation of spectors tinder the direction of a chief pie filling articles and canned goods. Inspector nro sent. During last year Kxtenslve Investigations as to the 7,041 samples of foods and drugs wore uie of sulphur for drying fruit were sent to theso laboratories, resulting in made, resulting In tho discovery of 323 hearings and tho transmittal of 12 tHer methods for drying fruit and In criminal cases to the department of disclosing tho fact that molasses and Justlco for prosecution. One of tho syrup do not contain so much sulphur greatest difficulties encountered was as has generally been supposed. to secure a suOlclont number of In Tho study of tho influenco of cold spectors or chemists possessing the abrnge on tho valuo of food gnlncd requlstto training and experience In mm h headway. Among tho moru Im- - foods and drugs. bookkeeping under his predecessor. Judge a. W. linger, was Incorrect, and he Issued a statement saying thnt tho school fund of Kentucky had been deprived of $409,000 during the last six yenrs, ns a result of thnt sytcm. Auditor Jnmes hns challenged former Auditor linger to select nn export bookkeeper and havo him cxamlno the books, saying he will defray tho of the examination himself. Superintendent of Public Instruction Crnbo has been busy looking lnti this fund sliico Auditor James made tho discovery of the mlstnke, nnd nan sub mitted the question to Attorney General Ilreathltt ns to what stcpa ho should tako to recover the money for the school fund. Auditor JnmeH has prepared for publication an article setting out tho caso of making entries of tho money collected. To Test Appropriation Act. Lexington, Ky. Superintendent of Public Instruction J. O. Crabbe; Judge W, T. Lafltrty, representing tho State unlvtivlty; Judge Jero Sullivan, rep-- , resenting the Eastern Nonnnl school; Senator C'cnn I.lnn, representing the Western Normnl school, and Messrs. 1. W. Grlnstcud. of Covington; J. W Cammnck, of Owenton, nnd Frederick Vnughn, of Palntsvlllc, met hero and decided upon Immedlnto steps to test tho constitutionality of the net appropriating $500,000 for tho benefit of Uie state Institutions named, which hns been challenged by Attorney General Ilreathltt. Growers Are Disappointed. Mnysvlllo, Ky. The Mason County brnnch of tho Kqulty Socle'y began paying $?50,000 here to tho growers on the 190G crop, nnd there was a string of furmers reaching across the street In front of tho Stato Nntlonal and Mitchell, Pinch & Co.'s banks waiting to not their money. Many of them nro disappointed, ns they expect ed to get at lenst ten centa on the first distribution, only scvon being paid. State Auditor P. P. James maintains that the system ot frankfort. Ky. killed. Young Clay had Blarted on horse-bar- k I for Kscondlda, where a party of friends were hunting doves, nnd mot tho party, consisting of Jim Woodford, Prnnk Ilcdford and John Powler, on the way back to Paris. As they met Clay renclied out to seize tho bridle of Woodford's home, but Instead grasped a gun Woodford was carrying. It caught on tho relnj or naddlo nnd was discharged. Tho load entered Clay's body under tho right arm, and came out und?r tin; left arm. lie fell dead from his horso. For Public Park. Horso Cavo, Ky. A number of actuated by fears that i amnio th Cave may ba ncqulred by corporate interests and extortionate charges prevail, arc circulating a petition asking congress to turn, tho cavo Into a nntlonal pleasure ground. Under tho terms of the will of the lato George Croghan, who ownfd the cave, It was left to his 11 ncphewB and nieces for life, with Instructions that after their death tho cave !s to be sold at public auction. Only a few aged men and women of the original 11 remain alive. Kon-tuckla- Will Build You a Home ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS. mm n i i amm a m It will pay yu It will iitfirjst ft invistigatt this plan. yu if yiu art paying rtnt. I carry tho only complete line of bulldlnsr material, builder' 'bard-- 4i ware, saih and doors to be found In the city. My prices are right. You be the Judge; call and see. i W IDOIDIDS ... OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND . .. -- Absolutely THE BEST riillionaire Canned Goods. Helnz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. Call on or telephone ua when la nerd of GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS or FEEDSTUFFS. Japanese Diplomat Stops a Runaway horso wns plunging wildly from side to side, driving every ono pell mcll for shelter an It noarcd the spot whoro Mr,- - Ilnnlhara stood. Tho young Japanese, who stands about five feet and Is small In proportion, dodged out of the way, but no sooner had the horso co mo abreast of him than ho made a leap for tho bridle. Tho terrific sliced of tho enraged animal mado him mlsa his hold and swung him under tho horse's hoofs, but bo- foro ho completely lost his hold h caught a grip on tho bridlo nnd swinging clear managed to climb on the horso's back and bring htm to his knees. Tho animal regained his feet however, and by roaring, attempted to throw Mr. llanlhara from his back, but tho diplomat tightened his grip gradually until tho antmal, snorting with pain, confessed Itself vanquished. When Mr. llanlhara reached tho embassy ho eummoned his physician who found that tho horso hud trampled on hla fool nnd crushed It bndly. Treatment nfforded llttlo rellof, as tho bones wero bo badly bruised that an abcoss formed and added consider- nblo troublo. It Is now fenred thnt an oporntion may bo necessary. Aspires To Speakership. Frankfort, Ky. Judge K. H. Heard, representative from Shelby comity In the last general nssembly, will bo n candidate for speaker. If Ho has opposition for renomlnatlon. George Wilson, of Representatives Union county; W. H. Shanks, of Lincoln, and Harry Schoberth. cf Woodford, aru also candidates fur Bpenker. "Shiners" Trapped. Frankfort, Ky. By kecplnjr a vigil three days and nights Deputy United States Marshal Win, Mays Hays ho trapped Shep Wood, Jesse Mooro and Rill Riley In n moonshine still on Sexton creek, Owsley county. The prisoners, covered with rcvolvern, mado no resistance, and wero brough; to Jail hero to nwalt trial In September. Postmaster Resigns. Newport, Ky. William Hartmnn, who for tho past sovernl yaarB has been postmaster In Alexandria, has sent In his resignation to Washington, to tnko effect upon tho appointment of his successor. Tho applications of Jnmes Gosney and Henry Schluke. Jr., havo been icnt In to succeed Hart- man. Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. Ledford & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1855. TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Succesioc to B. O. Ramage, deceased.) MK MAHANO HANIHAItA. second secretary of tho Japaneso embss-esnd a social favorlto of the diplomatic corps, was so severely Injured fMm tho result of his daring rcscuo of an American woman from a runway horse that ho may suffer the ronejurnccs for tho remslndor of hla life The Jnpaneso diplomat was battered and bruised and had hla foot m badly crushed by the horso's hoof 'hat It will bo months before it In healed, The rcscuo occurred Borao v ilarble and Granite rionuments CURBINO, HICKHAN, la ago. Ilnnlhara wna walking nlong Ithodo Island avenuo on his way to the dubassy and had started to cross 'V s'reet when hla attention wns by cries of "Look out!" by st v. ral persons In tho vicinity. Turn-l"ho saw a horso drawing a light r nabout with n young woman and a dashing toward him. Tho Mr Social Incident Makes Society Smile ing upon his undoubted right to demand llrst plnco or nono ho did tho worst thing posslb'.o. "Whnt If It Is his right and duty to Hay liu will not walk behind a more prlvnto citizen," Bald a minor diplo matic nocloty tuan In dismissing tho Incident. "What good will that do him whon Mr. Taft Is tho president? Will i nr, rerusai of Minister and Mine. iudn to partlclpato Jn (bq. German tho then president havo forgotten that M ly William II. Tnft will not pro-- tho minister said ho would not danco diplomatic Incident bettcn in tbo German with him?" Norway and tho United States 'it It was tactless for M. Gudo to ovenaunot, beeauBo tho United Stipes suggest his rlghtH to a "pig ot n mol- beh:w no offlclal social fumjtons ahd tro do hotel," say tho diplomats, the squabbles about prccedanco na'vor cuuso ho should havo known thnt the hnve anything more than an lnd toll tho rct hotol man would that way nowspapcrs his refusal vuict upon dlploniatlo relations. about It and In The minister created a gront ,dal would como to tho ears of Mr. Taft. talk among u,q many dlnlomutlc Tho only thing at all In favor ot the citlciala In WnshlnKton, nqt bccatiao minister Is tho fact that there Is not ie had refused to participate, but be- a great deal ot diplomatic business Ui cause he nllowcd tho hotel 'manage-ln'ii- t transact between Norway and the t.o know why ho refused. United States and Mr. Tuft is llkuly Tlic diplomatic view Is that Minis-- to bo so busy for tho first fow months )de mado an awful blunder In after ho papa Into ofllcu that he will ot "Rulxlng tho factthat Mr: Taft forgot thero wns such a man as Qudo , '"J a butter chanco. probably, of be-)- or that ho ovor declined to walk, president of behind wn ny othsr man, tho United, states through tho Gorman Howard tho raas1 and that in stand live back ot William Taft. n . 0 8 Sues Cleanlnq Comnany. Ixmlsvlllc, Ky. Suit was filed here by William Davlno for $25,000. charging the ItogorsCarroll ltug Cleaning Co. with tho destruction of his health. Dovlne says ibat when tha compary made over rugs for him It failed to guard them against consumption gorms Jim Crow Law Test. In the enrpota, with the result thnt his Frankfort. Ky. Another test ot tho health was undermined, nnd Mint now Jim Crow law la to V given In tho he Is n hopeless sufferer from tuber- Franklin circuit court, as ntiiu youug culosis. women ot this city have tiled suit j against tho C. & O. asking fur $2,000 Rhlnock Renominated. damngea each becauso, they claim, tltey Covington, Ky. Hon. Joseph L. Hhl wero forced to rldo In tho negro conch. nock wns renominated for congress by tho democrats of tho Sixth Kentucky Many Thoroughbreds In Danger. district, carrying tho primary by apLexington, Ky. Lightning struck proximately "00 plurality. Hla victory Circle llain No. 7. on J. H. Huggln's had been ntioii;;ly Indicated by the Klnu'iulorf farm, nnd 1'-- wns totally do-- I trend of sentiment for tho past few stroyed by tire. Thero wero 41 thor- days, nnd wns no surprise. Tho pri- onghbred yearlings In the barn at tho mary election was very quiet, oll'-- tlmo, but they were all gotten out but half of tho normal vote bjlns cast. ono. Loss $ti.000; partly Insured. Meanest Man, Louisville's Wants $10,000 Damages. Louisville, Ky. I'ollco hero declare Covington, Ky. Kdward Hranm. ot that In Preston Davis they have captured tho iiiean?st man. "This feller," I Hatesvlllo, lnd.. through Attorney TheMutcuhy, "gorn cep to odoro Horstmnn. tiled .1 suit for $10,000 said Patrolman tho newsboys and iaks thlm for the damage against Henry Whinner lr. tho change for .t dollar. Whin they nev federal court hero for personal Injuries counted most of ut Into ills hand, h sustained by having his hand caught ....... i.. takes to his heeU. Can yo beat thotT" iu Dun, I -' STONE : : WORK : f all kinds, IRON FENCINO. KENTUCKY Davidson & Stubbs Meet Your Friends AT Lauderdale's DENTISTS. OFFICES: . Hickman, Ky. Over CowrUI's drug storo. Union City, Tenn. In C. B. A. bulldlug. Tonsorial Parlors Beit in Illckman. Hot and cold bathg; electrio lights and fans, hydraulic chairs and evorytblng for comfort. Noxt door to Jones' Cafe. Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. J. W. Roney. W. J. McMurray. Cash Book Store Splendid Selection . . . Roney & McMurray, In all the court In Law Is Ineffective. Loxlngton, Ky. Judge Parker granted a temporary order restraining th Stuto flourd of llarbera' Kxaiiilncrs from holding examinations and collect-lufees from local barbers. Th contend that tho Jaw Is lneffetilvo. Iwr-bei- Retired Merchant Succumbs. Pud'icuh, Ky. J. A. Pfoffer. of 111., a wealthy retired mer- -. In hlvorslde hospital Hero chant, died us tho result of an Injury ho sustained iu u runaway several days ac.o. Ho was 01 yeurs old. Bidders Wanted. Frankfort. Ky. lllds forpnbMr pi Int. Ins and binding will bo opened In tho otllco of sccrotnry of stnto September S. Ulds for tho services of 100 con victs In the stuto penitentiary will bo opeuU on tho same date- - New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, Notions, Etc Call and seo our stock. Everything LAWYERS. Practice thi Deeds, mortgages and all Ulnda ot contracts. Notary Publlo In ofllce. Stcut Quits Post. Hopkliisvlllo, Ky. II. 13. W. Stout, detachment quurtormastcr sergeant for tho troops In Western Kentucky, resigned, and C. W. llnynes, of MnrUm, ilrst nergount of Company K hit been detailed to that position. HICKMAN, KY. Offloe ovor Ilolcomb'a drug atore. Marji Berendes&Gompany Julian Choate Entertains, Those who attended the batbecue Wednesday will long have occasion to lemetnber the hospitality of Julian Choate our big hearted farmer friend who entertained 57 of his friends, largely Hickman business THE GOOD ROAD. men, at his beautiful country home one mile east of town. It Can Only Be Secured by the Right Kind of Carp. This treat came as a pleasant surprise. An hour after the invitations Our first Illustration explains why had been issued, the crowd was An uukept road grown worse ho tup gathering in the large grove east of luiy 'inis road doe not look very Mr. Choate's home, and in another bad and It Id true the traveled roml T(II Pit 1SV. OOf way was tolerably smooth and not tin hour the guests were invited to par pleasant for driving Hut let inu point take of the delicious repast which out a few certainties not observed at was spread upon the heavily laden III st sight, yet uppuient when known Glance at the hedge uud you will per tables. Barbecued mutton and pork eelve thut It and ltn shadow obscure Uisitina Cards. RnnauncBtnen'. (as good as one ever ate) and all nltnost half thu toud, so thut the trar eled roud Is altogether to the east side Wedding Invitations, Monogra;:. the accessories of a good dinner, of the center of the highway proper; stationary, bite, sbb as. a copious supply of "soda" and lemonade, were dispensed in a hill (Fig. 2) Is an exaggeration. This picture proves to my experi lavish manner. After dinner and enced eye that the soil was too dry a dozen or moie extempora cigars, when the drag was used. Although I neous talks were made on as many probably dragged It myself, I do not subjects all good ones -- ending up remember the circumstances, but I suspect the coll was Just right on with sincere expressions of appreciaSunday, and the work wan deferred tion of the host's generous hospitalitill Monday. In Iowa there are peopli-whdrag the road on the Sablmth, ty. Norris Kiug and D. B. Wilson rather than wait 21 hours, when they were awarded prizes for the best feel certain that the wait will make talks. King received the first prize, tho road too dry for the bait resuli a "cervaza," and Wilson the conWhatever may be the faults of ii solation, "mos cervaza." W'l ( ng 2) no one will believe tit water run run down the middle m Being crowded for time, the Courduring Out next rainfall. Tho wniei ier regrets that it cannot print the Dotinii lo go to the Hide dltohw it names of those present, for it was a cannot stay away fiom them. jolly bunch. To say that all enjoyed themselves A. H. Lcct is on the sick list. is putting it mildly. When the hour Granitcwarc Hickman Hdw. Co for departure arrived, Mr. Choate Tom Fuller is reported better to that prince of good fellows was the Fig. 1. Why an Unkempt Road day. Grows Worse so Rapidly. 57 individual expres receipient of The candidates for district office sions of gratitude, which, were as that Is, of the spaco botwecn tho hedge fence and the board fence, thus ill speak in Hickman Monday, sincere as a man ever received. locating the ditch, In which aro two worth Powell, formerly of this wheels of each buggy, squ'aroly In the New Glove Factory. place, is visiting Arnct Hendrix. center of the legal highway. An appreciation fact Miss Rubyc Fleming will return Hickman's new enterprise, the one s good opinion of this road changes of tho Instant glove factory, which was started last ly. The ditch Is almost a gully and Sunday to State College, at Lexing week by R. L. Gray and E. C. Rice, on the day the picture was taken, It ton. was dangerous to try to cross It with is starting off in good shape. Mrs. Jerry Malone, of Union The factory is located temporariCity, is visiting her sister, Miss Kale ly in the old Campbell Bldg., and is Witting. rather inconvenient, but Mr. Gray Miss Lucile Bondusant is visiting tells a Courier representative that Mrs. Julia Pelham. in Fulton, for a they expect to move into larger and few day- -. mote comfortable quarters. H. C. Amberg and wife left Wed At present the factory employs ncauay mgni on a visit to mends in ten girls, who finish an average of Roles Governing DemocrAts Primary OUR ENTIRE Must Vote in the General Flection Before Wny In Primary ! Electoral Vote Comes First ! Fall Line OF Following Are Rales 4nJ Amount of Assessments submitted ty ruuon County Democratic Committee At a meeting of the Fulton County Ladies, Mens, Boys and Chil a vehicle. The space between the central ditch and the hedge was unfit for any kind of traffic, being a series of small gullies. It Is clear that all tho water which falls between the board fence and the central ditch will find lta way Into the ditch before It flows very far down the hill. The smaller ditches on the hedge fence sldo of the road will also over, flow Into the middle ditch when the limit of their capacity Is reached. Naturally, the middle ditch must become more and nioro a gully. The road Is hollow In tho middle clear to the lop of the hill and tho ditch carried uot only the water which fell on the highway, but also furnished drainage for First Cotton Received. a considerable area of farm land to The first load of cotton to come to the east and a smaller scope of terHickman from the 1908 crop was ritory on the west. This hill has been fixed repeatedly with the big brought in Tuesday by a negro, but it does not stay flxed; It Is grader, In bad named Morgan, and was grown on a condition Our second picture Is of the clay farm leased by Ernest Johnson. hill Immediately south The load was sold to S. L. Dodds, writes D. Ward King, In of my homo, Orange Judd bringing $3.25 per hundred, and Farmer. My front gate Is under the was exceptionally good quality. tree which seems to be out In tho road The first cotton marketed here last at the hilltop. Beginning at this gate and coming south down the hill Is the year was received on September half-milstetch which I began to drag In March, 1896, and which has beon 14th. As is the custom with S. L. Dodds, cared for solely with a drag and a plow ever slnco that date Pictures he gave the negro a premium a S5 of good and bad roads aro disappointing, oa a rule, and this pair of pictures Stetson hat. is not an exception. Few pictures of good roads show tho road as good aa It really Is, while in all my experiLee Line Boats ence I never have seon a plcturo of a BCUHOULI TIU1 AT UIOKILAN bad road which gave any adequate Idea of Its badness. In this case the depth of the central ditch (Fig. 1) does not appear, and tho gullies near the hodgo fence are hidden entirely, while tho apparent roughness ef this I to-dae 354 pairs of gloves daily 2,12 pairs weekly. This number will be greatly increased as the young ladies be come more experienced in the art. Machines are furnished by the factory, of course, and the young ladies are paid in accord tnce with the number of gloves made. The force would be more than doubled were it not for lack of room. After making an examination of the product, jobbers have written Rice & Gray that they will buy their entire output, which speaks well for the quality of their goods. In view of the ready market and fair margin of profit, they will soon put in individual motors to run the ' machines, A little later they expect to make overall suits. Our infant industry will give employment to a large number of girls, and being a benefit to the town, should receive the hearty support of our people. Fig. 2. A Piece of Road That Will Drain Well. St. Louli to MempbU; , Wednetday Stacker Le,, Haturday ferd Uvrold 0 p. !u p. iu I I Uekr Uie retiX Herold MeoipbU to tit. Louln. , Saturday Night TueUay NUtU WVKIM 1KJ0 KM) Oluclnnatl to Mvinphlm Vulut Luv and Georgia Lee.. Ileal down naiuruay nigui una up WeUueMluy iiltftil ?4tl Lt WIU hit hi ouuuiioiii..irrL noun re I tl (ILLSV WIO M Uin Til M0a mi Tmt wn a wholi tb4R. in VI Democratic Committee, held at the Court House in Hickman, Ky., on are ready for inspection and It Monday, Murch 16th, 190S, the fol will give us pleasure to have was appointed lowing you look them over at any to formulate and propose a plan for time. holding a primary election on Nov i, 1908, under the pri nary election No better values law of Kentucky, for the purpose of the prices and styles th , selecting candidates to be elected to till the various county and district ntiices of said Fulton couuty, ABSOLUTELY Now we, J. T. Dillon, C. G CORRECT Schlenker and J. W. Thomas, com Send your boy or p submit the posing the c, following : for School Shoes 1st. That a primary election be held on Tuesday, the Jrd. day of Quality UP November WOS, between the hours of 6 o'clock a. m , and 4 o'clock p. m., (standard time) in every voting DOW,r precinct throughout Ftillon county, Ky., for the purpose of electing Democratic nominees as candidates PULLET & to be be voted for at the regular November election in 1909, to fill the various offices in said county, and that said primary election be held under an I according to the primary received by him in their respective oi inenn on tne ballot, et (m election law, as prescribed by the precincts, and to submit to said com- various offices. 10th. That the secret T) l:f. Kentucky Statutes, commencing at mittee their certificates and ballot stubs and all questioned ballots as not lets than 20 copies of t: t rrp Section 1550 of said Statutes. Jnu. mat all persons who arc the law directs, on the 5th day of printed on thick cards as per-apost one ot said rar-- j i legal voters according to the primary November, 1908, at the court house house door in Hlcknu . I, election laws of the Kentucky Stat in Hickman, Fulton county, Ky. 6th. It shall be the duty of th county, Ky., and at leas', utes, and who win promise to sup port all the nominees of this primary Fulton County Democratic Executive others of said posters tn t c at the next general election, and who Committee to meet at the court precincts of this county, have already voted for the Demo house in Hickman, Fulton county than forty days before th' cratic electors for President and Ky., on the 5th day of November this primary. 11 th. As necessities nu, imi on the said Jrd. day 1908, and to piss upon all question t of November, 190S, shall be entitled ed ballots returned to them by the the secretary of this precinct officers and tabulate the re authorized to adopt such r.M u lo vote in said primary election. Jrd. The officers for each voting suit ot tne election in the various regulations and do all a u things as from timt tc time nur ! precinct, to hold this primary elec precincts for the various offices tion, shall be of the same number certified to this committee oy th come necetiaty to insure the ' and posses the same qualifications as election omcers ot the various pre and fair conduct of thu pr.n Louisville. required and dcsienaWd bv law to etnets throughout the county, and to not inconsistent with this ca., a une cane hold the rccular state elections, and dcdare the candidate receiving th primary election laws of th t t'Xs mill, at a big bargain. Hickman their duties and responsibilities shall hl8hest ""mbef of votes cast for th 12th. For the benefit wl Otr Hardware Co. be the same as those of legally ap office for which he is a candidate we quote Ihe law on whit cmi-'- i Mrs. Trice and little son, of Para- - pointed and regularly qualified offic the Democratic nominee to be voted a qualified voter In this pr txi gould, Aik., are the guests of Mrs ers of regular State elections, and for at the next general Novembe Every male c tiz'' ffr Joe L. Amberg. they shall be appointed by Fulton election, and certify same lo the United States of the age o ' ii We carry the best line of granite County Democratic Executive Com proper authorities as the lav directs one yean, who has reside 7th. It shall be the duty of th state one year, and in the ' ware on the market. If you don't They shall, before entering on the believe it. come and see. Hickman discharge of their resoective dutl- -t precinct omcers ot tnis primary elec six months, and H the prr to preserve the ballots and to which he offers to vote sa'y as such omcers, take the same oath Hdw. Co. transmit them to the Fulton County next preceding the election, tiitf Miss Ivey Tankersley, of Dorena required to be taken by officers 0( regular State elections. The said Democratic Executive Committee to er in said precinct and not e..-bt- n left last week for Springfield, Mo be preserved by them as the la All persons who are Icrji where she will attend the Springfield officers shall be selected from the directs. shall have the right to vote names furnished by the candidates business college. to the said committee on or before . 8th. . The -total assessments fo said primary on Nov. J, 19 'S.f: .. . . n. Dinner Sets elegant dec the Jrd day of October, 1908, and uie various oinces to tie paiu pro candidates for county of! ", p orative designs jnst the thing said officers shall be selected as portionately by the various candi vided they have already ctS tit you ve been wanting. Others sell datcs for sald officfS arc as Allows vote for the Democratic elet" t them for $10, our price $7. Hick nearly equal as possible from the Sheriff, S75 ; County Attorney, $50 t, e President and lists furnished by the various candi- man Hadware Co. $30 ; County Court Clerk will promise to support a", ' ' dates and divided as nearly equal as Last Saturday afternoon, Miss possible among said candidates, but S60 : Clrc-- 't Clerk, $40; County nominees of this primary. Annie Cowgill entertained a number If no Hit of names of persons be S?hocl SuPl" $205 County Judge J. T. Dai of friends in honor of her visitor furnished by the various candidates, ; Jailer 1 hc mone' J C.G. Sen "ti Pid Miss Zada Lewis, of Cairo. As as aforesaid, from whlrh tn tli-r- f 10 ,nc n'ila ) l.DIUOn.by the V.1- J. W. Tm the guests arrived, punch was served election officers on or before the Jrd Tious candidates as assefsments, in the dining room oy Miss Nell day of To Be Ordained Friday Ni$hl- October. 1903. then and in sha11 bc U5cd and "pended in dc Rogers and Mrs. Henry Helm. the event of such failure, the Fulton laying the expenses of th primary, Services will be held at th Bif Much interest was manifested in the County Executive Committee shall ana a,lcr Pay,nB a the ex- - list church tomorrow (Frida I c'Im games. Dainty powder puffs were select and appoint election officers Pen5e ,hal havc accrued on account at which (imp (hp f nnstnr presented each guest as souvenirs. to hold said primary election in the of lhis Pr!my. here should remain church and a deacon will be rJi& Music and singing by Miss Lewis, various precincts of said county. anv ot tnc a'0""'d money in the ed. Several ministers will - pt Misses Hubbard, Burrow and Buck 4th. All nersons deslrinir to he. nanus ot said J. 1. Uillon.it shall enl and a anm nrmnn rn.iv t'l was much enjoyed. Refreshments of. come candidates for nomination be be paid to the various candidates pected. Everybody is invi j nesslerode and cake were served fore this primary, shall notify J. T, who paid same, in proportion to the ihe guests were Miss Dillon, Secretary of Fulton County various amounts that the several A Splendid Lecture. Dunlap, of Humboldt, Miss Burrow, Democratic Committee, of such in candidates paid thereof. Mrs. Nannie Curtis, w' of Milan, and Miss Buck, of Friars tention and shall state in such writ 9th. That the secretary afore been employed by the Ant bJlf Point. ten notice the office for which he de- - "id shall have ballots printed and League to fight the liquor c. i Miss Mane Brevard entertained sires to become a candidate not later prepared to be used in the holdine the lecture platform, was In :f o"; the Bachelor Gills Monday evening than 15 days before the date set for ol this primary and shall have plac- Monday night and delivered i speB", in a unique way in honor of Miss said primary, as provided in the printed thereon all the names did address. Mrs. Curtis ha s fro Elizabeth Wilson. The decorations Kentucky Statutes governing pri- - of candidates who havc paid their Sherman, Texas, and is und McM were green and white and arlistical- - mary elections, and all candidates assessment fees as above stated, one of the most gifted and ly carried out, the design being four must pay the amount of their assess- On the Hie day of October speakers ever listened to leaf clover. Progressive clover was ment to the secretary, J. T. Dillon, 1908, the county committee will take man. played with much interest. Each before their names will be placed on the names of all the candidates who at t" The lecture was guest presented Miss Wilson some the ballot. have naid their assessment. nn,i courthouse, and the crowd w 3 n gift for her trousseau, These were 5th. It shall be the duty of the each name shall be written on a sen- - as large as it should have placed in a big four leaf clover, and officers of this piimary election in arate slip of paper and all of said climbing the steDs in extremal presented at the table. The place ach and cveiy voting precinct slips placed in a hat or box and warm weather bluffs many f cards were four leaf clovers, and throughout the county of Fulton, at thoroughly stirred together: then each contained some funny verse, the close of the polls, to count the the slips will be withdrawn by Columbian Woodmen, some these being read out. Cream frozen ballots in their respective precincts person blindfolded, and the arrange- dr in the shape of four leaf rlovers, and to certify lo the Fulton Counly ment of the names on the ballots mands your presence totr rrc and cake, were served. An number Democratic Executive Committee the shall be In the order in which they night (Friday). Tell your trolW of the former members, now marri- result of the vote in detail, giving to are drawn, viz : The first name for members and let's all attend J ed, were present. each candidate the number of votes sheriff to appear first under the title Dillon, Clerk, i fi drens Shoes "ran m L o Prices i - I nd Vice-Preside- ce;: to-wl- t: c- -' .i 72-pie- Vice-Presid- A"sr, ti-'-l i n eo-an- 1 1 SECTION TWO EST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. ASK THE ADVERTISER. l2-PAG- E EDITION A BLUE MARK FOLKS NOW LIVING In pulum comity tell uil tlmt w print more IothI nw limn r:,,t.,oV,,,,.r.rar,!!!ci,;,i THE HieKMAN eeURIER. The Courier haa a Spankin' Good Team, -- ur HERE ' , ineflin thnt your milf crlptlon Unn expired. Itanew promptly I' you want the paper tofotim to you nfWtr tlila inontli Idvertining in the Team that Pulls the CommorctaJ Uagon up the Hill of Success, MO. 13 VOLUME 60 LDRBT I'Ari'.R IN WEBTURN KENTDOKT Grease the Jlxlea of Your Ulagan, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1908. WHOLE NO. 2411 ESTABLISHED IN TEE TEAR 1869 THE LAST SWIM Byron Wllllamt. Iff ' Largest Farm..,. ter he sought to import the finest cattle from Scotland and England. But there was a considerable diffi culty in the way. The import duty on foreign cattle was so heavy that was impossible, to bring over the animals in quantities sufficient for his purpose, so Don Luis appealed, to the Mexican Government, pointing out the absurdity of restricting importation of good stock into the country, and succeeded in getting the import tax repealed. Since that time Terrazas has Increased his stock by the importation of something like 5,000 bulls of the best breeds from the famous studs of Europe. Five years ago Terrazas installed on his ranch four big reservoirs, costing $500,000, beside which there are 300 wells, scattered over the huge farm, some of them going down to a depth of 500 feet. These wells, the water from which is raised by means of windmills, cost another $500,000. Every kind of grain is grown, and Don Louis In constantly experimenting in the raising of different "food" for supplying the wants of his immense herds during the rainless, seasons. An enemy which has to be sternly fought on this great ranch Is fire, and scarcely a summer passes without great tracks of prairie being laid waste by its destroying advance. Throughout the torrid months there is a man stationed on the "lookout" at every station each hour of the twentyfour, and directly he sees indications which tells him that a fire has started he rings the massive alarm bell, and in an incredibly short time men come riding in ready to fight the danger with their lives, if neces- for TOBACCO PER ACRE IN FLORIDA. $416.25 The Year Book of the United States Department of Afj Iculture shows the above figures, as against $90,78 for Kentucky and $78 40 for Tennessee. These governmental reports must be correct. One of the Courier editors had the pleasure of being with a party of newspaper men who were entertained by the Miller Bros, on the famous "101 Ranch" at Bliss, Okla., in 1905. The average farmer will realize its magnitude when we say it contains 173,000 acres. In one field we saw 30,000 acres of wheat, in another a 20,000-acr- e "patch" of corn, and all other accessories of any well regulated farm were to be found there but were operated on the above scale. When we had finished our panoramic sight seeing, it occurred to us that the "101 Ranch" was no edition, and yet this place is small compared with a farm if it could be called a farm In Mexico, owned by Luis Terrazas, in the state of Chivest-pocket COLIBIJI &.IJTT, - the last State Fair, on Sea Island Cotton, Rice, Oats, Hay, Corn, Sweet Potatoes, &c, together with the big $50n premium for best agricultural display nearly MP $ 1,000 in all. sife to Columbia county alcne could easily produce a tobacco product more valuable than that of the entire United States. tW ir you m mmm a chame HATCHER cSc APPLEYARD, i.iVHIO CITY, HT.A. i could fiat feel It alnk down I my BhoeeV when wa sot near 2 thea Jail In tha hall I could hear Kat ltace' and thea other klda there wi a lot of lb Kellera went In bawl) Kttly and Hilly and Chunky and Hkln. they took ua In and thee Mayor ha aed. yew think It warm In Die crick mil thee Sun mtlla lathe lea party quick! "Whiten or tbeaa Crimlnala here la thea Head?" ft.r then ha looked Madl 1 wui feeling quite pale. Jtmtnre Cr1ckta, thaa Ooom P1mple roaa Ut aa th Mine of a IUi on ywr noeej "apeak," aed thee Mayor, "or awl go S Htub wui aa blue at thaa OI1U aa a nth. Jalll" Fat ahook Ilka Jail wkan yaw paa up tha dlihl then I bawled out. "It wui, flat thee Laat then tumor. tlad Dtlly'a ahlrt In a knot Swim!" tama Ilka ba txlltrad at that a hot loll aomthow that aeamed 3 U funny i Ittml nait thing-- he laffed and explained how Bklopy wui trying to pick up a futt. It oe- e(ka la a quarretaoroe kind of a cuta.) we ahould knot to In thea Crick withdown thaa hill cum thaa Kallbooe out rlotli.e. wain M- ithaa ha aed: "That will U awl for this laat won ef ua Feller wa riant time!" that alia a caller dropped In 2 aea I'a maybe yew think 'that ua Klda didn't -- 1 cannot help It." ha aed to ray Ma. kllme. I laat alte It Frote at tbM eld divine place, o Stub and ma called the lut ewlmtnera ery he wua a Kaltbooa man after MEt he la a purty good mayor. MeCann "colac In awlmmtnc ain't lawful," eea when I (It crowed I will Vote for thla he. man1 "Ihr ain't no leavaa on them treea by next thine, of courre, HUB will hear from thee thore. Mixa Ilrown yew aheutd knot dreae by thea hole any I wua. anested for awtmmlnc near Town! morel" that la thee wont of a blamed lite! Oraeloui, my hart had a Fit of thea I'lace- lllufeanyhow I won ha laat Hwlmintng I lace) - ft ...Essentials for a Soda Fountain.., Isi. Perfect Cleanliness 2nd. Cold Ice Cold 3rd, Quick and Neat Service 4th. The Wsl Frulls Syrups and Cream Alt of these are found al Cowgill's Soda Fountain. Racket Store For Sale. offer for sale my business on Clinton street, consistjng of rocket foods of all kinds, cigars, candies, tinware, graniteware, glassware, show cases, gasoline lamps, etc., at abargaiu. If you want something that will afford a good living, see me at once. I will sell at a bar-gun. ' huahua. This "truck patch" measures from north to south 150 miles and from east to west 200 miles, acres in all. On Us prairies and mountains roam 1,000,000 head 0 of cattle, 700,000 sheep and horses. The "farmhouse" is probably the most magnificent in the world, for it cost almost SI, 600,000 to build and is more richly furnished than many a royal palace. On the homestead alone are employed 100 male servants. The gardens are superbly laid out, the stable more magnificent than those of the German Emperor and there is accommodation for 500 guests if r.eces sary, Scattered over the vast ranch are outlying stations, each one of which has charge of a certain portion of the estate. The horsemen, cow punchers, shepherds and hunters number 2,000, and the Terrazas ranch is the only one in the world which maintains its own slaughtering and packing plant. Each year 150,000 head of cattle are slaughtered, dressed and packed, and 100,000 sheep. Don Luis personally superintends the different industries on his ranch, covering many thousands of miles on horseDon back during a twelvemonth. Luis was at one lime Governor of Chihuahua, but public life did not suit him ; it was too quiets and he preferred to spend his life riding over the plains and looking after his own enterprises. He is three times as rich as any other man in Mexico, and has the name of being liberal and generous toward his 100,-00line-riders, Sept: l41516-lLOW RAILROAD ? SIX BIO DAYS LOUlSVIMifc $ DAILY RACE 18-1- 9' RATES 1908 y u.w.newman, FOR INFORMATION ENTRY BLANKS OR .CATALOGS. ADDRESS secretary LOUISVILLE. Vote In Piano Contest. This week Miss Dosie Carpenter takes the lead again in the Courier's Piano Contest ; Miss Mintie Stoker holds he second place, and Miss Virginia Royster third. With the exception of three or four, all the a number contestants of votes since our last report. One new name has been added to the list Miss Pearl Stone. Following is the standing of the contestants and the votes cast up to Saturday night : 350 Miss Mayme Naylor. 4590 Mi3s Mintie Stoker .'. have-receive- d Deadly Fight on Train. John Maxwell, a freight conductor on the Illionis Central railroad, in attempting to eject a negro from his train between Fulton and Mc-Conn- was shot five times Thursday morning by the negro, eacJi shot taking effect in the stomach. After receiving the five shots, and - workpeople. Don Luis is a very handsome man, married to a beautiful wife. He is the father of twelve children seven sons and five daughters. The sons are all associated with Don Luis in looking after the ranch, while the daughters said to be the most beautiful women in Mexico remain quietly at the homestead. All the children were educated in the United States, are highly accomplished, have traveled through Europe and speak several languages. Don Luis founded his cattle ranch about fourteen years ago, and four years la- - Telephone vs. Telegraph. Linemen of the Cumberland Telephone Company have completed the work of stringing lines for the Iilll-noiCentral from Louisville to Memphis, and they are now installing telephones, which will be put in When the job at every station. John Kirkindall. is finished trains will be handled to a large extent by the use of the Drive Rheumatism out of the telephone. It is figured that conblood with Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic siderable time and expense will be Remedy and see how quickly pain save'd by the new. method. part. Rub-on- 's never did reach the real disease. Rheumatism isn't Attention is called to advertise" the skin. It's deep down its ment of Hatcher & Appleyard, real stfAutional. Getttingrld of the estate men. Lake City, Fla. Florida ram, is after all, what counts. That is the leading'Slate in cigar tobapco why Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic raising, and these gentlemen are Remedy goes by word of mouth located in the heart of the richest from one to another. And herein farming section of that State. If lesthe popularity of this Remedy. you are Interested, write them. It is winning defenders everywhere. Tablets or Liquid. Sold by dealers. Holiness Church. se I sary. The frightened cattle are driven sideways from the line of the oncoming fire, and then the enemey is attacked from the rear. It is no good attempting to stop a praitie fire from the front, for its progress is to rapid and too annihilating. Heavy chains are dragged along the ground, which help to weaken and dissipate the fire. Across the prai rie long furrows fifty feet apart are quickly made, and these also help to stem the progress of the fire. All night the fight is kept up, and not until the last spark is quenched are the men able to take food or rest. In these efforts to subdue the flames Don Louis and his sons are usually to be seen working like demons and urging their men to greater efforts. Fighting a prairie fire has all the elements of danger, and for excitement it has few equals. For this reason Don Louis takes a fierce de light in combating the flames, and declares that it is one of the fascina tions of prairie life. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Lillie Coffey Lillie Knoerr Dosia Carpenter Eunice Meacham Bessie Brown Virginia Royster Kate McConnell ...TOP A Y. is the time to start to giving your laundry to the Nashville Laundry Co. Guaranteed to please and give high class work. Strictly a White 9 Man's Laundry All work called for and delivered in the city. Deal The only trouble about "Square Sunday School every Sunday" evenWire" is that It lasts too long, ing at 2 o'clock, and prayer meet' lie Farmers Hardware Co., sells !ng every Thursday night at 8 Your patronage solicited. H. E. CURLIN, Mgtncy a t MllU'on Broftor A young couple giving their names as Emma Dawson and Wallace Gent, of Mayfield, were arrested by OffFriday morning and icer Carter placed in the city jail for giving a realistic reproduction of "Sappho" on the city streets, which attracted While sitmany curious onlookers. ting on the broad pavement near the Usona hotel the stranger became very affectionate and as kisses and "lovin" squeezes were administered profusely, Patrolman Carter advanced and demanded their names, which they readily gave as above stated. Carter being opposed to such conduct on the city streets escorte 1 the "two souls with but a single thought" to the city jail, but upon ped. At any rate, the Courier will learning later that they were real have the piano here within a week "newlyweds" the officer allowed Colt Show, Sept. 5th. and regret that we have been unable them to go on their way rejoicing. Fulton Leader. R. A. Tyler, one of the foremost to do so sooner. breeders of fine horses in the State, FOR SALE : A frame house, just will hold his annual colt show, on The Smallest Newspaper. over the line in West Hickman. Clinton street, in Hickman, on SatThe smallest newspaper published Two rooms, porch, good well, barn, urday, September 5th. Minfenced, convenient to will be given for the best in the United States', says the $30.00 is the public road. Contains an acre and Alfred G. foal of 1908, and $20.00 neapolis Tribune Hustler, for the best Irascible Squirrel foal News Letter of Townsend, Dele-war- a half of ground. If taken at once, S300 buys it. Don t pay rent wnen of 1908. you can buy a place at this figure. This-showill begin at 2 oMock It Is a four page newspaper, two 0 Apyly at this office. p. m. inches wide by three Inches long, and Is edited and published by W. Fund. The Bryan-KerNo. 38 Fine 440 acre stock farm, in Mississippi county, Mo., has four P. Wilson, who claims it is the The following contributions have sets of houses on it, together with smallest in the wold. A copy of been made to the Democratic cam19 5 acres the paper contains eight personal paign fund through this office : other improvements. cleared, test in timber 390 acres pro news items, a regular title page : $5. 00 Joshua Hancock tected by the new government levee heading and editorial masthead and , 1.00 J. W. Morris Owner is cutting five crops lif alfalfa 1.00 D. H. Toombs on this place each year, and the cot a back page devoted to advertising. If you are interested in the sucton and corn now growing will give Just received another car load of cess of the Democratic party in this you an idea of its fertility. Rents readily for $4.50 an acre. Price 'Square Deal" woven wire fencing. campaign, get your name on this very reasonable. Hickman Courier Better get yours now its going fast. list. Any amount from 10c up will be accepted. , Farmers Hardware Co. Realty Co. ill-fate. n .Miss Ivy DeBoff Miss Pearl Stone Unfortunately our piano has been delayed in shipment. It should have reached us two weeks ago, as it was shipped, from Chicago on Aug. 3. The railroads In their endeavor to trace the instrument have traced it as far as Russellville, Ky., at which place, about 15 days ago, night riders burned ttie depot and several cars. They think that cars contained one of the as parts of a piano were the piano, found in the debris. While they have not ascertained if this was the Courier's, they have been as'ied by the Forbes Piano Co. to investigate immediately and if it was the instrument in question, they advise us that another will be promptly ship- 565 1075 6615 100 150 that night. 2795 The negro lived in Jackson and is :... 355 known, by the name of Charley v. 935 Snow. 230 before falling, he returned the fire shooting the negro three times, once in the back penetrating the body out through the and coming stomach; once in the right knee, and in the right shoulder. The conductor asked to be taken to Paducah to his wife, that he might see his wife and child. The negro was taken to Union City and placed in jail, but died Young Couple Arrested. Circuit Court Convenes at the Court House Monday for a week's terra up at W. O. BPEER and J. 0. SEXTON, session, finishing the Fulton one week later. and Proprietors. Editor Following is the docket and In It ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR will be found 64 Commonwealth CASH IN ADVANCK. cases, 20 Continued Ordinary, 16 Appearance Ordinary, JO Continued Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, Equity, and 12 Appearance Equity. mall matter poatofflce m second-cla- s If you have been keeping p with the Court House News as printed in 1908 the Courier each week you will THufsiay, know what will be done at this term, also whether you have anything to do with any of Ihe cases or not. THE HICKMAN COURIER CTtri Wnliti Kentucky Circuit Court Docket, Mattie Parker Admlnlitrator vs. Reduced Prices ! ICRR. Uki Ik Dtw" Were $1.75, reduced to Bera Slayden vs. ChasKMackey. Mrs Grace Burgess vs. Western Union Telegraph Co. APPEARANCE A is .i MONG t 1. e ORDINARY, many menu o( Internatio- suit. 3m, J C Burdick vs. Jacob Fast., W H Porter, Administrator, vs W A Adams et al. Julian Choate vs. ICRR Mrs Abe Underwood vs. W T Self et al. Shaw & Bettersworth vs. Sara Salmon. W II Badger vs. Jim Miles. First National Bank vs. W, T. nal Tailoring, me very appealing one o( square treatment. To begin with, every fabric is vjIJ on its merits am you know Moir your I .1 COMMONWEALTH CASKS. Terry. Maurice Dillon vs. Michigan Fire Imuran :e Co. L E Thomas vs. Elbert Bondur-an- t et al. Freddie Welch et al vs. Elbert Bonduraut et al. Hattle McClellan vs. Elbert Bon- - SEPTEMBER ISUXiHOHiTUCliTPlTHUfRllSHTl iilil I Ssfegfel) I We'd Like to Know-Hickman can't have a park? Why more folks don't attend church? Why Why has not 1865 been paid? the war debt of Why the band concerts ed after one season? evaporat- Why Hickman capital don't establish a good steam laundry? Why some folks are permitted to use the streets for a wood yard? Why are there no prosecution of thieving life insurance companies? Why any town don't have hitch racks for the benefit of the farmers? Why do the trusts continue to form against the interests of the people? Why th,e granitoid walk fever por- don't "take" in the residence tion of town? Why the city dads don't enforce the stock ordinance, or declare th e whole thing off? Why the ladies of Hickman show themselves "down-town- '' less than any town on earth? Why the law fails to apply to the thieving millionaires as it does to the thief of a few dollars? Why some public-spirite- d citizen, who has the money, doesn't buy t he Henderson lots and build a good opera house? Why some of the candidates for Circuit and Circuit Attorn ey of the first district don't try announcing themselves as such in the Ju-lg- e Not found. Andrew Lohr Bottling Co and B E N Glover, selling beer. Not found. Frank Cooley, selling whiskey etc, found. (9 cases) . On bond. Henry Jackson, boisterous use of Frank Cooley, appeal (2 cases) . deadly weapon. Not found. Chas. Evans, assault with deadly CONTINUED ORDINARY CASES weapon. Not found. (Set for 3rd day of term.) Guy Robbins col, carrying con R M Chowning vs. J L D Seat. cealed deadly weapon. Not found. The Tobacco Growers' Assocation Bill Harper, retailing liquors. Not vs J B F Newton. found vs A J Fletcher. J Jas. Lemore, retailing whiskey New Madrid Banking Co vs Finis etc. (16 cases). Not found. r All Commonwealth cases are set for the second day of the term. Will Taylor, retailing whiskey. Not found. Not found. I C Brown, Forgery. Will Taylor, selling whiskey in Local Option territory. Not found. Jas E Lemore. same as above. Not found. Walter col, murder. Not found. Rias Dacus, wilful detention of a woman, riot lounu Eugene Wells, carrying conceal ed deadly weapon. Not found. Will Cole, gaming, on bond. Homer Smith, reckless use of deadly weapon. Not found Jim Reed, breach of peuce. Not found Tom Morgan, carrying concealed deadly weapon (2 cases). Not found Tom Morgan, common nuisance. Not found. Tom Mitchell and Annie Smith, common nuisance. Mot found. Spot Henderson, reckless use of firearm. Not found. Spot Henderson, carrying conceal ed deadly weapon. Not found Sam Brawner, Retailing liquor &c, (2 cases) . Not found. Cris Key, shooting in .heat of pas sion. Mot found. Wash Stoner, col, rape. In jail. John Adair, rape, on bond. Bunch Blythe and Gertie Mc common nuisance. Not Donald, found. Allen Lody et al, gaming. Bud Alexander, on bond. Lige Harper et al, gaming. Not found. George Smith, gaming. Not found. Henry Jackson, carrying conceal ed deadly weapon. Not found. Henry Jackson, trespass. Not you place uiucr wneiiicr it it ALL WOOL not. or durant. W A Adams vs. Silas French et al. Coble & Walker vs. Lee Line Steamers. Frank Cooley (2 cases) vs. U S Shacklett et al. There is never any discussion about matked. quality-i- ts worth is plainly But, value for value, the International fabrics cannot in the elegance of tlieir be duplicated anywhere at any price-n- or designs and colorings. And you ought to see the STYLES at your disposal just now. They will more than please you-a- yc' please you as much as the tailoring itself, the grace, the hang and the fit. Call and look the samples over. WW GocIBoyleet alvs. Lewis Atwill Ed Thomas vs Metropolitan' Life Insurance Co. CONTINUED EQUITY. (Set for third day) W W Meadows vs. S D Mitchell. R A Mitchell vs; Stoddard County Bun Hackett, flourishing deadly Bank. weapon. Mot tound. H C Amberg vs. W G Perry. Bun Hacked , carrying concealed Mott Ayers et al vs. Mrs Lillian deadly weapon. Not found. Hall. L W Burton, carrying concealed Mrs Jennie McClure vs. Mrs Lou deadly weapon. Not found. Harper. Pink Brown, petit larceny. Not J H McClure vs. L W Graham. found. S K Davidson vs. Cumberland Not Telephone Co. Sim Jackson et al, gaming. ,, fouud. Ellison Merc Co vs. C. L. Walk- U S Shacklett and Six Council- - er. men, permitting a common nuisance. Mrs Linnie Meadows vs. W W Lon Naylor and Dr. J. W. Nay- - Meadows. lor, selling cigarette material. On Tom Ringo vs. Pap Ferrill. bond. D B Thomasson vs. J W Corman Edward Fowler, breaking in ware R B Kuykendall vs. John D house. In jail. Mayes et al. Edward Fowler, selling liquet Smith & Amberg vs. Rich Evans. In jail. Albert Roper vs. J A Robertson Tom Holmes, selling whiskey, Mrs Mary Johnston vs. Martha (2 cases) . In jail. Fields. $1.50 Hickman Hardware Co. MILLET EVE'S EPIGRAMS. Succcas too oflon dlga the grave of genius. Th throe Fate voreo nnd death. bo comforlabloT At leant Rvo had ibn natUfnctloa of knowing sho was the only girl In Ihe world. Kven living In thin aomeUmca gets to bo a . NAYLOR Tobaccolcjs Smoke. are devotion, but would dl- Tho pinnacle of fame H rale of tear dry-a- a dust per formance. A shop girl's Idea of an adventure la fainting In tho arms of a good-lookin- policeman and hating him turn out tn bo a lord. Henry Short, selling whiskey. newspapers? Why. docs the Standard Oil Comgo unpunished when, according to the world wide publication of Lawson's charges, they stole millions of dollars out of the pockets of the unwise investor? pany "SUPERIOR" Wheat Drills. Best made. Sold on easy terms or good discount for cash. NAYLOR MER. CO., Cayce, Ky. Alterations a specialty with us. Threlkeld & Schmidt. Cold soda at Bettersworth & Pra-ther'- s. prescriptions filled Qick ty and Accurately take them to ,M- If you wish to have your Pennebaker and Sibbie Clark. J D Leech vs W E Smith. Pennebaker, retailing beer. Not J D Leech vs A F Franklin. found. Farmers Bank R M Chowning. Turner Simmons, flourishing dead Hickman Grain Co vs Stephen ly weapon. Not found. Stahr. Turner Simmons, carrying con E F Davis vs G B Terrett. cealed deadly weapon. Not found. Hickman Grain Co vs J T Wil Frank Ferriner, carrying conceal son. ed deadly weapon. Not found. Hickman Grain Co vs Dave Mor J S Stafford, practicing medicine gan. without license. On bond. Mrs. A R Fairris vs N C & St L George Rulow, giving whiskey to R R. minor (2 cases). Not found. J A Underwood vs I C R R. Bill Barnes, selling whiskey. I C R R vi. J T Burton Milling Not found. Co. Jas. Lemore, selling liquor (2 Hickman Grain Co vs. Sam cases). Not found. Joe Woolridge, retailing whiskey The Old Woolen Mills vs. Johnwithcut License. Not found. son Merc Co. Joe Woolridge, selling whiskey R M Chowning vs. Mrs J N Hall. in Fulton. Not found. "Doc" Alexander, selling whis key in Fulton. Not found. 11 Claud Carter, murder, In jail. Wil-son. Wisdom alts In Ihe market place and woepa bccauno ahn'a aiich an ever- baco which is smoked in grea' lasting boro nobody wanta her oven quantities in Sweden causes its users picnic. to chaperon a Sunday-achoo- l and physi to become mental .Bondurant & Wilson vs. J H wrecks. No mere man can erer hope to Peck. why a girl ta moat angolical-lN King vs. Ben Jones. A jiweot Juat bctoro aho ta getting The Old Testament. Fulton Electric Light Co vs. R M ready to flare up In a diabolical fit of There are 36 books. temper. Chowning et al. There arc 929 chapters. Delia Nallling vs. York Nailling When philosophers can giro ua There arc 23,214 verses. First National Bank vs. J E Eng something mora comforting to think There are 593,437 words about tn tho dark It will be time lish et al. There are 2,728,100 letters Early Jenkins vs. George Jenkins onough to quit bollevlng tn heaven's angels. The middle is Proverbs. Walter T Mays vs. Eudora Mays The middle chapter Is Job 29 Addie Jackson vs. John Jaskson Cupid uaually ahlea off from the The word "and" occur 3a,4 Tom Dillion Jr vs. Bob Chambers woman who wears the common aenao shoes bocauao ho baa a times. et al. auaplclon that she'll make blru ahlne The word "Jehovah" occurs 6,S F Dawes ts. W R Roper. them. J times. Mary Denwiddy vs. Albert Den POINTED PARAGRAPHS. The shortest verse is I ChronirW, widdy. A mlaflt truth la tho worst of all Ilea. chapter i, verse 25. W A Brown vs. Mose Jones. deep-ruoted The American Indians who irr.if dried holly leaves, the bark cfbe willow tree and leaves of the stags horn sumac use thrt least hair'., of the, aubsltltutes for tea . Many of the other substitutes har the most harmful offects. kUiaa along the Alaska coast injure L" shav.-- f wood eyesight smoking strong solu'ixi.i snturated with-peppr; excessive smoking by Urn ers of the leaves of the tomato aii potato plant often causes intact, and suicide; a variety of VA.i hemp which is smoked by all classes in Jamaica has terrible and a weed known as mountain a rei-ilti- , -- Parte. Anna L Murphy vs. R S Murphy Tho averngo woman la a good Alvin M Adams vs. Petition Ex roai off the atago. act- - The twenty-firs- t verse of tl.' ail seventh chapter of Ezra contains the letters of the alphabet. U. S. A Harry Watkins vs. Daisy Wat kin. APPEARANCE EQUITY. A good neighbor la aa great a bloat ing a a bad one lan't. Surveying Party. Warm language la somotimes used tn demonstrating cold facts. Farmers Bank Made Buggy Co. vs. The Hand The poorer a man la tho leas like ly be Is to bo callod a grafter. For erory patient that swears by a doctor at least a doxen swear at him. Occasionally a couplo marry and live happily ever after thoy are divorcee A rose by any other namo would amell as sweot and cost as much when out of season. Alvin M Adams vs. W A Adams Nellie Jackson'vs. Hezekiah Jack son. a APPEARANCE CASES. 'Phosphates For this Lucias Avery, alias "Poolroom", J M Cartwrlght vs. Minnie Cart wright. Emma Batts vs. Isaiah Batts. J C Burdick vs. A C Richardson Laura L McClure vs. J H Mc Clure. Elzada'King vs'. Carl King Ed C Paschall vs. Finley Bynum E P Hodges vs. J. S. Pharris et al R E Thomas et al vs. Petition Ex Parte. Hollacc Taylor vs. Sadie Taylor When a man makes the air blue with Sunday school words because his gas engine wont run, there is one of two things wrong his engine ,is either out of fix or be has gasoline that wont test up to the standard The Courier sells gasoline the kind that will stand the test. If its ou kind you are using fix the engine. Anchor Buggies for popular peo pie at popular prices. Farmers Hardware Co. Crushed Oyster Shells, Grit Wheat, Chops, Purina Chick feed at L. n. Moore s, United States survey party, .. l.i. if f .i cnarge oi l.. uriiiun, arc uiar, a'survey of the river from Cairo i the mouth. There are about fiftec men In the party and it Is though' that the survey will ba completed i a month or a little longer, and tl.' charts will be corrected according to their report. i. -- It's awfully hard to be popular with yourself and pleaae your neighbors at the same Umo, When the average man falls to make good be begins to look around for some one to blame It on. Cowgiirs Drug Store whoro you may get your Drug wants at Murder, In jail. Will Evans, horsestealing, In jail Will Jackson, and Will Lytton robbery. On bond. Frank Berryman, office breaking On bond. Weather for you Phosphates are Cooling, Delicious and good for the nerves. Our Phosphates are real health drinks as they are made from pure fruit juices. Served pure and sparkling cold they are medical as well as thirst quenching, Jut hftMiiift a married man does the things bis wife wanta him to do la no algn that ho Is stuck on the Job. It is a source of gratification to all citizens, who possess a spark of civic pride, to see so many new walks anl other Improvements being made Hickman. Now, if we could gel a few arc lamps on Clinton street ya know our present system is 40 years behind the limes we'd be looking up some, I thank you. s And still we h ive no hlfch-rack- any hour BAY OR NIGHT Drug Ton Macklln, sexual intercoursi with girl." On bond. Horace Roper, disturbing an as sembly, On bond. SIX BIG DAYS LOUISVIMW& DAILY 8 cowgiirs Slorc Frank Ferriner, flourishing deadly Not found. Frank Ferriner, gaming (2 cases) Not found. weapon. (Incorporated) Helrrt'S Ellison, 141516171819-190Sept: LOW RAILROAD FOr? INFORMATION RACt J.W.NBWMAN, Secretary ENTRY BLANKS OR CATALOCS.ADDffCSS RATES LOUI8VILLE.KY., j.gtM..""M'f M""M"t' AMERICAN BUYS HISTORIC MANSION ' COUGHI COUGHI COUGHI That's what wears you out. The evrrlasting Cough, Cough and Cough, day and night. Why don't you stop it? It Isn't necessary. There's a way to stop it an easy way. A quick way aid a safe way. It's the modern way with JtOn the Streets lamps? re new walkE. i ihM r f 4 Heard Graniteware.. Not only the best line in town, but The BEST on the market ! ntirirr inu.iv. I IT t i II LLlll 1 LIILLI ford .Newton Is lick with the l Im ulatlftirr in Hnuiif LliDate, of Route 4, Is on (K nit hauil--o- .... t. 1 the t,ll..r'. it... i iraumg ai uci- - e H P.wham, of Route 3, was tick list lust week, . H TA R PI N E Theire is nothing better made than we are" showing in this ware. Why not have them in YOUR kitchen ? If comes from' Mrs. C. P. Huntington's Paris Mansion. Mrs, C. V. Huntington will morolnto the historic mansion which she las bought In the Kuo do l'Elysee, Paris, Franco, and which has been under-so- l iijr certain structural alterations In addition to Its being redecorated. Tilt! tiuuse Is parallel to the gardens of tho Klyseo Palace, which Is on tho othd'r nldo of tbo strcut, and Its frontage extends not only along a large part of tho Hue do l'Elysoo, but alio commands, on the Aide of tho Avenun Gabriel, a duo View of tho Champs Klyscon. Its neighbor on tho lattitr side Is the Ilrlt-- I Hit embaesy, tho beautiful gardens of which also nre bounded by the Avenue Gabriel Thus It Is embowered In tho foliage of century-oltrees aud surrounded by gardens and velvety lawns In tho very heart of Paris. Moore, Tel. No. 4. 1 c nf...i. e. ...... o f armers Hardware uo. t.U.t C.lt.arr.. .iiici u li u l. l I m L m r .i K, .iz-- mtxn u liar ot ait. and if you adodt it now you will have no more coughing to do while you have a bottle in reach. Tarpine loosens the Clears the hardest cough. bronchi.il tubes. Allays all ir- East Hickman with chills. fhrelkeld's Eatluir House If vou are hunirrv vou ir.r c taken care of. ritation. The Price is 25c ti fccttersworth & Prather. .j u:e a pulverised or ground Vj can get an extra fine one C H Moore at 25c per pound. c in the grocery i .t 33 Llicaw dim .1 line, kwu 1 we can ..... u uiiy- - the Hickman Hardware Company's, it is Financial Report of Hickman College For 19051908 E. C. ICE, Treasurer Helm & Ellison. The Best With .ho waning of tho honeymoon Cupid again gols busy aud substitutes a pair of icreon gogslcs for tho rot colored glanes. Cblcaso News. SAID BY THE BACHELOR 01 RL. jury cuiior iieurci u i uui - i 1411 btlli i f. iti.bii. i VI r t Dodson Hall. 1905-6- r-- I f, i C.KC1U iX vX.IHIIIUl . ... f IS 11 rev f.rm ru O In town. :inn iiiirriuuii Pressing, in i.iinri lliC ilrtlilC Detwren lorers a little confession t i make a specialty ot special Is a dan serous thing. (;r china and glassware of all lr(iia laliiiAtail In iMitf Of course thers nre men who can't I Tf be flattered but they are all In aay lums for the daf. i i wrr-- ... l. k . t i .. a iriiiiiirn I i i iipf i nif i n si wv r n t o - k inn ii t When a man declares that making Ioto to a particular woman "wouldn't be right," he really moana that It wouldn't bo aafo; but ho Is too poltt to aay that, and a aren't Jealous and ot her: but call her strong-mindeho will take your word without stop ping to inrestlcate. Call a woman man will wonder If you weak-minde- any wung yuu warn iq 1E uc tour uavi. VU rarmers hickory this nut year. j crop will 'be There are few . Henry Hall, a promising young farmer of Patis, Tenn., and Miss Iva Dodson, of the Floating Bridge neighborhood, drove to this city last Sunday and were married by Rev, J. W. Waters. Miss Iva is the charming daughter of I. L. Dodson and has a host of friends in this vicinity who join in wishing them a happy future. The couple was accompanied to Hickman by the following; Miss Mary Smith,' Miss Roxie Dodson, Misses Ella and Emma Partlow, Miss Florence Dodson, Mrs. Paul Jones, Luther and Lenard Dodson and Olive Ganter. . -- z Roosevelt wants lo increase reform the tariff so he could In tragic momenta we think ot trifles; no doubt a girl who Is being run down by an automobile stops to thank hearcn that there are no holes shooting was supposed to have been O r In her stockings and a man that there done by Lemon Lewis, the man who are no Incriminating letters In Ms gave the barbecue", in a free for all corner opposite the Courier pockets. fight. A splendid site for a busi- BY THE WAY. w - -o if vou are interested in the Another Object Lesson. Few Ures are better than they aeera Of n nAAil rl a W f nmn w . W f to be. The sale of 28,000 tons of steel good It it rails to a Harnman railroad in MexiWe say our conscience la co is reported at $20 a ton. At ukman Bank, wat here from suite ourseWea. home the price is rigid at S28. Thus III lenn . tini!.n In srnnrf n ,w Everyone will have his turn la tho the home consumer pays 40 percent, court justice holds. more for his rails than the foreign n !. P it Tho oftener people are In love tho ers. pained l poundi itnce leav- - less they know what It U. There is, of course, no reason for .... A man's Idea of ahowlng real con sideration for his wife Is to make suro that she won't find out what ho Is doing before bo dooa anything that she would dlsapproro of. July 15, Balance , Sept. 4, Cash, (Diplomas) w ', ' 13, Cash, ( ) Oct. 16, Ck. A R. Boone.. 28, Ck. G. L. Carpenter .' ' .'. Nov. 20, Ck. Miss Dora Smith 29, Ck. Erwin Scates Dec. 12, Ck. (J. M. H.) " 18, Cash and check J. J. Seay, back tuition...,,... " 30, Cks. $78.05, F. M. bk. tax ; $152.50 H. bk tax Jan. 2, Cks. Prof. Gabby " Cks. Int. T. T. Swayne $36 ; W. J. Maddox $36 ; Jan. 3, Cash, back tuition 4, Ck. Miss Dora Smith Mar. 8, Ck. G. L. Carpenter "21, Cks. Miss Dora Smith ;.. , ' Cks. B. F. Gabby ! May 4, Ck. G. L. Carpenter, back taxes Shot at Barbecue. on 1905 taxes " Ck. At a barbecue Saturday night June 12, Cks. B. F. Gabby given about three miles this side July 9, To cks. pd. (current expense for year $6082.52 of Sikeston. Clarence Caldwell, " To'Balance 3077.42 son of Wm. Caldwell of Big Prairie, $9159.94 was shot and instantly killed. The '. Bob Maynor, who has conducted a small restaurant business on Clinton street for several months, has sold out lock, stock and barrel to $1835.84 D. M. Johnson and D. D. Burge. 7.50 The deal was made Friday. 2.50 The new proprietors will conduct 226.94 the business at the same old place. 500.00 626.48 f Maynor Sells Out. 4.00 64.75 83.00 235.55 128.15 72.00 To Keep Watermelons. Some one has suggested a very simple method of keeping water melons fresh for several months and preventing them from becoming too ripe. We have not tested it, but ' the plan is inexpensive and has some merit of reason in it, and we would suggest that it is worth a trial. . The 'melon, should be taken from the vine as soon as it is fully ripe, by cutting the stem near the melon. There should be no bruises nor scars on the rind. Take a piece of ordinary sealing wax, melt it and cover the cut part of the stem securely and put the melon away in a cool place. The sealing wax over the stem prevents the air and the germs frsm 9.90 626.48 2000.00 793.37 170.25 874.20 593 03 306.00 $9159.94 1906-7- . .' entering and thereby preserves the $3077.42 melon in its present state, so it is 319.00 claimed. Ex. 1.00 Taft, a Unitarian. 1000.00 319.00 Some of the politicians and politi 122.00 cal papers as well as some religious j . .'. Balance on hand Oct. 26, Ck. from Miss Dora Smith, Supt " By cash Sodman Heat & Power Co... July 13, ti.r Cottage Jr Hotel... Hickman, Ky. oonjs and Board Large, II com-- e Educating Is making pupils able to a tariff on steel rails when they can learn and to use what they learn. be sold abroad so much less than It may the home price. This is one of the No man Is a nobody, but take a great many men to furaWh-- a cases where the Demqcratic platform somebody. recommends the removal of the duty. The product is controlled by a trust Tho chlof work ot a groat and true man Is bringing the world to know which exacts more from our home what be Is. consumers than is paid by the for Give the Americans a eigners. The only way some can get themchance. Courier Journal. selves seen la by not being In tho majority crowd. Nov. 2, Ck. from J.T. Seat 27, Ck. Miss Dora Smith Ck. B. F. Gabby, (music) " Ck. tuition, 1905-- 6 Dec. 7, Ck. W. J. Maddox, Int. " 27, Ck. B. F. Gabby ' 31, By cash bank tax " " Jan. 3, Interest on Case fund Jan. 19, Ck. J. T. Seat M. Smith Feb. 8, " Cash, B. G. Hale Feb. 22, Toilet paper sold, B. F. Mar. 20, Ck. Miss Dora Smith 26, Ck. J. T. Seat June 3, Ck. J. T. Seat ' 10, Cash for Diploma, Ruby ' May me "11, Ck.-Dora , , ,.. u. .V on note..., , ' .1 ...7- .- G ; ,, , Seay Jay or week. rcoms-b- ath Kllnnnl. . in connection T. DAVIS. Attorney-At-Law qs- In HwKMAN. . KENIiriV. in all tiuii i.i For appearing on the streets of Evansville, Ind., in a directoire gown, Miss Alice Powell, 18 years REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. old, was arraigned before Police J M Freeman to W C Croft, lots Judge, Winfrey and fined $5 and In Fulton, $$00. R R Goodrum to W C Johnson, costs. Great crowds of boys and men folland, S3200. She said her lowed Miss Powell. J B Graham to N J Corum, 100 girl friends had told her that she acres land, $2500 was afraid to wear the gown on the Mrs Alice Wilson et al to Z T streets and that she "took the dare." WJiltley, land, $175. btltlous." Oraud Haplds News. Bclence hasn't yet got where It can sco how much truth there Is In "super Cost $5 to Wear it. Naylor... Jessie Wall Check, B. F. Gabby 4). July 1, To Checks paid (current expense for year) ....$8380.46 1577.53 ... Balance 12, 15, $9957.99 1907-8., , 30.00 papers are objecting to Taft, the Re36.00 publican nominee for President, be11.50 cause of his membership in the Uni116.00 tarian church, which denies the di210.00 vinity of Christ. The Louisville 70.80 Evening Post in answering these ob 500.00 jections, attempts to give the church 957.00 affiliation of different former presi1.25 dents. In this list the Post says that 1.05 both John Quincy Adams and Mil545.47 lard K. Fillmore, were Unitarians. 1000.00 Without taking part in this discus1000.00 sion it is not out of place for the 2.50 Farmers Home Journal to correct 2.50 the statement as to the facts. From 2.50 history we find that 633.00 Jno. Quincy Adams belonged to the Congregational church ,and Fillmore was a Baptist. History does not $9957 99 show that any former Piesidentof the United States was a Unitarian. Farmers Home Jpurnal. non-politic- al ninnn iiiiiiiiiiu UIIIIIUIU UUI urn II a Funeral Directors And Embalmer.. .. T'pon, --- an Kentucky AT, to J.... $1577.53 1068.79 Aug. 22, Ck. from J. T. Ssat, 1906 300.00 Oct. 22, Ck. from Miss Dora Smith. .1 ' 381.72 ,.., Nov. 20, Ck. 2500.00 29, Ck. from J. T. Scat J. 36.00 Dec. 12, Ck, from W. J. Maddox (luterest) 316.18 31, Taxes from Banks Mtaooee 1022.58 Jan. 29, Ck. Miss Dora Smith 340.86 tall-en- d Mar. 5, Ck.' The New Era, a little 2x4 Plood Does Great Damage. 234.79 25, Ck; Miss Dora Smith of the boat show business, showed 1500.00 L April 8, Ck. from J. T. Scat ..-Jt After reaching the highest stage in this city Monday night, and had 39.37 since 1888, the flood waters of Au- a fairly good crowd to assemble in June 10, Ck. B. F. Gabby, (Literary tuition) .. 102 87 (Music). Ck. gusta, Ga., are now receding. The the old trap. If some man had been ;.$6857. 33 property losses will aggregate on the bank with an automatic kick- July 2. To Cks. paid (current expense for year) 2563.36 Balance ing machine about 10:30 he could between $750,000 and have done a good business judging S9420.69 $9420,69 There have been ten to fifteen from reports, drownings, mostly of negro laborers. $2563.36 lulv 2 Balance Experience has taught us what the At the time of the 1883 flood like Besides teachers' salaries, the heaviest expense for the two first years restau-ran- t, breaks required 100 days to repair public expects al a tirst-clas- s We can please you, Perry of this statement was for installing the steam heating plant and putting Thousands of mill operatives will be water in the College. More than $2,000 was paid for this work. & White. Idle for three or four months. July 1 To Balance -..- At this good, quiet season, when there seems to be no need, for such, would be a good time to organize a brigade. This proposi tion, reminds one of the story of the Arkansaw Traveler house when its raining, he couldn't cover it when it wasn't raining it didn't need it. When another fire breaks out, watch the systematic (?) work of the volunteers and ask yourself If our suggeition was untimely. B. B, Saunders, of Caruthersvilte, one of the Swann Hat Company's most popular salesmen, was here a few hours Saturday. You will enjoy a meal at Perry & Good, clean White's restaurant. cooking and seasonable edibles. AN so, soft drinks, any-whe- re 0. Easy Confinement II jou hire cause to Itsr the pains of childbirth, rtmembcr thai Ihey sre due lo weakness, or ol the womanly organs, and that healthy womca do not suffer, liVe weak Jla-cit- e, ELISGKY" aRAY'S Gray By Thos. H)ls.pocmonc of the finest ever written was posed in J country church-yjrd. WHEN YOU VISIT UNION com- CITY j(fni( Head it. , one. veje-tabl- e ipcclflc, Medicinal, ol which that Ingredients, famous, lemale nedlcloe aod wo nanly tonic The WINE OF CARDUI WOMAN'S RELIEF Is composed, will bnlld op the womanly orias to a healthy state and thus prevent needless suffer lag. "Before my confinement," writes Mrs. Rose Scliubarth, ol Monument, Colo, "I had such bearing down pain I didn't know what to do. Cardul quickly relieved me. Some months later I bad a fine 1 24b. baby, was sick only thirty minutes, and did not even bave a doctor." At All Druggists stating apn and dfocrlbln WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE, tmp- - The Chattftnoosa aieaicin fTtinttnnnoea. 'lenn. l' v.j.. "" Other : Folks' : Business Ideal weather. Tel. No. 4 for groceries. Miss Zada Lewis, of Cairo, Ills., has been the guest of Miss Annie Cowgill since our last issue. Miss Virginia Royster returued Friday from Fulton, after spending several days with friends there. Dr. D. C. Maddox, formerly of this neighborhood, now a practising physician of Memphis, was a Hickman visitor Saturday. Al Faris was in Moscow, Wednes- day, at which time the degrees of a Royal Arch Mason were conferred upon him by Calvert Chapter No. 85. J. S. Bushart and family, of the Crutchfield neighborhood, have moved to Hickman, in order to give his children the advantage of our Iff ! schools. The Courier Realty Co. has a 3 acre track of land at Hickman June tion that we will sell cheap The lot joins the intersection of the N. C. &. St. L railroad and the Colum- bus wagon road. Terms to suit purchaser. H. Buchanan and wife returned Saturday from a two months' stay at watering places in the East. This sturdy old veteran of many wars makes it a point to have a good time while he lives believing when a man dies "he is a long time dead." FOR SALE: 87 acres land, one mile south of Clayton. Good 4 room house, barn, shed and other out buildings ; good well and cistern, fine yfiung orchard. 1 mile from school house. Owner is anxious to sell and $15 an acre will get it.' Additional information on application at this office. No. 42. v r i NO 40. Twenty acres just west of, Mengel Veneer Mill. Good four-roohouse, stables in fair good young orchard. condition, Good fence ground the place ; also good cross fences. River does not overflow all of itr Purchaser can make 15 per cent on the investment. If you want a bargain call at at this office. Price, $1000 on easy m terms. Weak Women tlosfj, but both an important, both eiinM1 vi. nnoop s Mint lure is me iocbi. Dr. fihootiKtMtrmrJrfi. the Conmtltntlon&L The former Dr. Bhoop'i NUjht Cure li a topical muooiu membrmne auDtmltorr remedr. while Dr. Eboop'alleMonUvali wholly an Internal treat ment, ine iwaujrmuTO rawaes wrounoui lum enure system, seeawg u repair 01 ail nerve. all Uuue. and all blood ellmtuiu. The r.'Ulit Cure", aa Its nene Implies, docs Its work while you sleep. It soothes sore and Inflamed muooua aurfaoee, heals local weaknesses and dlKharrw. while the UeitoraUre. eetw nerroua axcitetouot. drva renewed Tlaor and ambition. buuu up waited Uuue. bnnalnr about rem itruiiirth, visor, and energy. Take Dr. Shoop's ttutorauve Tablets or IJcjuld ia guiwml tenia So To weak and killer woman, then Is at taut ont way 10 neip. uut witn mat war, two ireannenu, knuat t combined. Ono U local, one la oonitltu. curfew tolls the knell of purting day ; I The lowing herd winds slowly okr the lea r J 1 The plowman homeward plods his weary wajt' 4 And leaves the world to darkness and to me. Now fades the glimm'ring landscape on the sight, And all the air a solemn stillness holds, A Save where the beetle wheels his droning flight, And drowsy tinklings lull the distant folds ; tower, Save, that from yonder The moping owl does to the moon comphin Of such as, wand'ring near her secret bower, Molest her ancient, solitary reign. . shadey Beneath those rugged elms, that yew-tree- 's Where heaves the turf in many a mould'ring heap; Each in his narrow cell forever laid, ''m The rude forefathers of the ham,let sleep. ,S morn, The breezy call of incense-breathinsheilf The swallow, twitt'ring from the straw-buiThe cock's shrill clarion or the echoing horn, No more shall rouse them from their lowly bed. " For them no more the blazing hearth shall burn, Or busy housewife ply her evening care ; Nor children run to lisp their sire's return, Or climb his knees the envied kiss to share. Oft did the harvest to their sickle yield ; Their furrow oft the stubborn glebe has broke ; How jocund did they drive their team afield I How bowed the woods beneath their sturdy stroke! Let not ambition mock their useful toil, Their homely joys, and destiny obscure ; Nor grandeur hear, with a disdainful smile, The short and simple annals of the poor. The boast of heraldry, the pomp of power, And all that beauty, all that wealth e'er gave, Await, alike, the inevitable hour; The paths of glory lead but to the grave. Nor you, ye proud, impute to these the fault, If mem'ry o'er their tomb no trophies raise, n aisle and fretted vault, Where, through the "fc The pealing anthem swells the note of praise. Can storied urn or animated bust Back to its mansion call the fleeting breath? Can honor's voice provoke the silent dust, Or flattery soothe the dull, cold car of death? Perhaps, in this neglected spot is laid Some heart once pregnant with celestial fire ; Hands that the rod of empire might have swayed Or waked to ecstasy the living lyre. But knowledge to their eyes her ample page, Rich with the spoils of time, did ne'er unroll ; Chill penury repressed their noble rage. .1 And froze the genial current of the soul. Full many a gem of purest ray serene. The dark, unfathom'd caves of ocean bear; Full many a flower is born to blush unseen, And waste its sweetness'on the desert air. Some village Hampden, that, with dauntless The little tyrant of his field withstood : Some mute, inglorious Milton here may rest; Some Cromwell, guiltless of his country's blood. The applause of Hst'ning senates to command, The threats of pain and ruin to despise, To scatter plenty o'er a smiling land, And read their hist'ry in a nation's eyes. Their lot forbade ; nor, circumscribed alone Their glowing virtues, but their crimes confined I Forbade to wade through slaughter to a throne, And shut the gates of mercy on mankind, J The struggling pangs of conscious truth to hide, To quench the blushes of ingenuous shame ; Or heap the shrine of luxury and pride, With incense kindled at the muse's flame. Fir from the madding crowd's ignoble strife, The sober wishes never learn'd to .stray; Along the cool, sequestered vale of life, They kept the noiseless tenor of their way. Yet e'en those bones, from insult to protect, Some frail memorial still, erected nigh, With uncouth rhymes and shapeless sculpture deck'd, Implores the passing tribute of a sigh. Their names, their years, spell'd by the unletter'd muse, The place of fame and elegy supply ; And many a holy text around she strews, Teaching the rustic moralist to die. , For who to dumb forgetfulness a pray, This pleasing, anxious being e'er resign'd ; Left the warm precincts of the cheerful day, Nor cast one longing, ling'ring look behind? On some fond breast the parting soul relies; Some pious drops the closing eye requires: E'en from the tomb the voice of nature cries, E'en in our ashes live their wonted fires. For thee, who, mindful of the unhonor'd dead, Dost in these lines their artless tale relate, If, chance, by lonely contemplation led, Some kindred spirit shall inquire thy fate. Haply some hoary-heade- d swain may say. "Oft have we seen him at the of dawn, Brushing with hasty step, the dews away, To meet the sun upon the upland lawn. There, at the toot of yonder nodding beech, That wreathes its old, fantastic roots so high, His listless length, at noontide would he stretch, And pore upon the brock that bubbles by. Hard by yon wood, now smiling as in scorn, Mutt'ring his wayward fancies, he would rove ; Now, drooping, woeful, wan, like one forlorn, Or crazed with care, or cross'd in hopeless love. One morn, I missed him on the accustom'd hill, Along the heath, and near his favorite tree : Another came, nor yet beside the rill, Nor up the lawn, nor at the woods was he. The next, with dirges due, in sad array, Slow through the churchyard path, we saw him borne Approach, and read (for thou canst cad) the lay, Graved on the stone beneath the a"ged thorn." rrrHE I T .'' Something entirely new. e our Combination HALL RACKS. and have We pay especial attention to EMBALMING and UNDERTAKING Call and TO EMBALM IN TENNESSEE AND KENTUCKY Call us day or nhjf?t. Office Phone 530, Night Phone 22. LIGON FTJRNITUKE Fint 308 South C O. St., Union City, Tenn. Z2&KftfiEN mJINET ELECTION CAKE. LECTION, thrr tell u. won't ronie till November. And p'rhape. we're a little bit prevlnue. Hut thin rerlpe It u lt WW W 141 Arc You Planning to Remodel ? IJko election. It's dark and It'a devloun. rrmembfr; If you contemplste remodeling your prcier.t home now or In the near future, you hou!J Good plumbtng It study the subject of Plumbing. It not on'y c happiest features of a' modern home. to the comfort and health of the occtipsnti, but Ii of pride to ths Mi. We will e'a plumbing wi h give you the In- x i i t For It's both bread and rake, aj the rerlpe of Threo rupe rellk-tucr one yensf It rle over nleht Let that'i queer, for a cake A eorti. of a "Conipro mlee FraiL" wo .3 I experience. II. stalled modern r lyrtems In homes we n- -- Net Borne nutmeg till long-draw- will do. Of butler, with ee-t- hre and cinnamon flavor will pleaee Democrat and Republican, too. Hina day, add two cup- of lucar-t- ne many MtiinV J A little know.: tn r ' . .l 3 I come Ut, but above, beyond all. Ilurn over It brandy, of roure. Then. It they aren't pleaeed with the reit of the meat. They'll atree on the cake the dark Berne retain Kibject will be b; you In the se'e hot material - t and In their f tlon ihroughou: a- j .jt ( v d If you will ta v 1 ' her a. ' suit VAX Vi- - uj, we you the larrrlci ' breast' A Few Timely Tlpt. If the milk usM for" pudding li rich, any flavorlnK. lemon, perhaps, mar bo used, but remember that if the milk U poor, the only wise flavoring It vanilla,; It will mako the milk seem richer. Open the enn of fruit or vegetable at least half an hour before using; the oxygen renews the flavor. This same principle applies to wator that has been boiled for drinking purposes; lack ot oxygen makes It taitte tlaL This can be overcome by stirring the water with an egg beater, thus restoring thu air. Wat '5W1U-- J have In' our Ware b the l t j nd quote you price. Ask for our . material made every piece is guaranteed. booklet "Modern Home Plumbing." u xs ",5Wr f -- COTTON & ADAMS Fur Good Koads. Gov. Augustus E. Willson nas Issued a call for the gathering of delegates in Louisville for the for mation of a permanent gcod roads organization. He has named Thurs day, September 17, as the day for the meeting. The convention will be assembled in one of the buildings now being erected on the State fair ground. On July 3, at Eminence, at the first good roads gathering ever assembled in Kentucky, a tern porary organization was formed with H. A. Hanna of the experiment double the willingness cf to stay at hon?e instead ct i Potato Souffle. This Is an elaborate, troublesome way to preparu potatoes, but for company, when expense Is more to .be than time. It la well worth the trouble. The potatoes served this way take the place of a side dish, lioll four large, mealy potatoes; pass them through the sieve. Now scnld a halt cup sweet milk aud K tablespoon ot butter, and add to the potato with a little salt and pepper; then beat all to a cream. Add, one at a time, the yolks of three eggs; then the whites, first putting In a pinch of salt to make last, and beat them lighter slightly. I'lace all In a large baking-dis(so It will not run over the top), and bake 20 minutes In a quick oven. It must be served In the same dish In which it was baked. Pastry. Pastry of all kinds Is Improved by keeping for a few hours In a cold place before baking. Pastry Is made more flaky by frequent rollings, and the addition of a few drops of lemua Add-these h quodruple the load v:j cu Cut in two the time it Utti anywhere or get back a a two the wear and tear r up i IIUIIICSS .... rfliU i uu IUV., .i r --A m ' all the worries of bal til win carry nix, cuucu- iXnerm tr tVim mmnlttt fV" sua: wsawv iv a I I L. - L a.4 . ia It ti lf, 0 1 nnnn rnnii iTiifiinr. rjij li Don't Wait. pp the system. for positive local help, uas aa wall Dr. tShoop's "ALL DEALERS" Night Cure THE EPITAPH. Here rents hU head upon the lap ot earth. A youth to Kurtuuu, ami to Kiiuie unknown! Science (rowu'tl not upon his humble birth A nil Meluuoholy murkod lilm (or her own. Z) Urge was hU bounty, am his eoul, sincere fit veil did a recompense as lurirely send: lie icave to JIU'ry all he had, a tear: lie attluy front wan all lis wliuM- -a Irlend. No further seek hi merits to disclose, Or draw his frailties from their dread nbodei 1 J. "like 1" tremlillnir hope repose.) L.r The booom of his father, and his (lod. a 11 liav'ut '' station, as temporary chairman. The State was divided up into sections and a vice president named for each. The chief work of the permanent organization will be to stimulate interest in the building of good roads. Juice. The organization will also conduct Tickling or dry Cough: will quick" an active campaign all over the ly loosen when using Dr. Shoop's state for votes on the referendum Cough Remedy. And it is so providing for an amendment to the thoroughly harmless, that Dr. Shoop Constitution that will afford financial tells mothers to use nothing else, pneans for the construction of high even for very young babies. The ways. The constitutional amendwholesome green leaves and tender ment comes up for a vote before the stems of a lung healing mountainous people at the next general election shrub give the curative properties to in November. Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. It THE GOVERNOR'S CALL. calms the cough, and heals the sen "It is earnestly hoped that the sitive bronchial membranes. No fiscal courts, which have charge of opium no chloroform, nothing harsh road construction in the several used to injure or suppress. Demand counties, should attend in bodies Dr. onoop s. Accept no other with their road commissioners and Sold by all dealers. supervisors as far as pocsible, and thai the county Judge and mayor of At a Bargain. each city will appoint at least five 160 acres Mississippi river bottom land, a miles below utckman, near delegates to this convention, and State Line on Tenn , side. Well that each commercial club or board fenced, five room dwelling house, of trade should also send at least barn, outhouses, well, etc. 40 acres five delegates and the State developin cultivation, 40 acres old deadened. Raises from 80 to ment association and all representa100 bushels of com and from 1,500 tives of the press and every one into 1,800 pounds cotton. At least terested in the building and keeping $2,000 worth of timber on place. up of good, safe highways are earror investment or nome, this is nestly invited to attend. worth serious consideration. If sold Good roads doubles the value of at all, deal must be made before the land, doubles the comfort of the Aug. 25. The price is less than $16 an acre. Where can you beat it? farm, double the comfort of the Information on request. Hickman family, double the beauty of the Courier Realty Co. county and town, double the Modern Woodmen will have a big chance of making a living; double the attendance at church and school i barbecue at Moscow, bept. 5 four-years -- Citizen' Kximrleuco ISrfof t - When the back bcgir.J jjuii i wau until chronic : Till serious kidney tr.-velop ; trout.-- W Till urinary night's rest. i iviii ujr aiv-i- i periencc. ii " lK.inr.n .t. ... ..... 111 jrvy., years my kidneys did not TUnim 1IUU11LB A. r..l says . L.1LCU. or ll't uW thing, sharp twinges nr.. .u .i ,U lurk LI1IUU1I1 II1V t.r IUIII3. 0 j al nlpht.' -and when I afOJt I f i was so .lame mornine, hardlv walk. I often from nervous spells, ocean nnn npi .tun. Ait innniiiH tired. Headache also tr:aw and I was subject to du-- y i nr srrrrimni iiuiii mm a scaimcm unu coniainea whpni-vc- they should. There pain in the small of r was a my I ctnnned ti, ' V w vi-- rUf rhinnf! tbe r ill. loo (ftaction. Finally I learned of Kidney l'ills, anil procuic Helm and Ellison's drug ttorf, them In accordance with lievrJ lions, nnd one bos recommend trouble. I can nn nn..ni kidney remedy9 iiuucy ills Kt ua -i n cents. New York, sole agents tor w ed btates. Remember the name W and take no other, roster-MtiDurv-1 Vr nil lfalrS 10 Wnii cnl frnm besides' 1 ..!.. I AC I lilfl linniCi" ens comine next wceit.'-- - nai Af (Avalnn . It & Schmidt. We Serve More Jkfto i to Get the Latest Style. IN GOOD SUBSTANTIAL Made-to-Measure Ice Cream Sodas Why? Fall of 1908. Sheriff Seat is in Nashville. Robt, Isler spent Sunday in Eat at Perry Cleaning & Padu-cah. SUITS From $10 & White's , restau-ran- t. Saturday is swapping day, Rev. J. W. Waters is in Mayfleld. Ev-- r Krlsp Cakes and Crackers at C. H. Moore's. chamber sets only S4.S0 Hickman Hdw Co. Miss Emma Browning, of East Hickman, is on the sick list. . reason serve more Ice Why Cream Sodas, than'any other fountain In town. It's because we There's a good and pressing. Schmidt. Threl-kel- d our Soda cannot be made better, cannot be served more expertly and cannot be excelled for quality. Try ours when you. are hot and tired. to $50 We are making some mighty handsome clothes this fall. We want to make a suit for you to demonstrate our right to your patronage. Here's what we would like to have you do Let us show you the goods. 200 patterns to select from. You'll find suiting you like and at the price you want to pay. We will take your measure carefully. The clothes will be cut and made for you in the latest correct style. Furthermore, they will be "made as you like them." If there is any risk, we take it, not you. 1 Every Garment must be Perfect and fit Perfectly or you needn't take It. STRONG TALK-BU- T WE BACK IT UP Dorena. M - 1m Lee. of Wolf Island, was Monday. Mockholm. of PinhnoW. v.n Monday. j Hall was in Charleston Fri-- , 0:1 business. McClain Stonecipher weal to Charles- will preach A lusmess Friday. t. i Huff, of Charleston, was " n business Saturday. at aratr Kelley is spending a few w.th e of " 'irove next Sunday, I at Methodist Church. The pastor, Rev. J. W. Waters, will have for his subject next Sunday, "The Everlasting Love of God Realized in the Atonement." At night the subject will be, "Christ, and Him Crucified." A cordial invitation is extended to the public generally to attend these services. All of the members are expected to be present. Parents are urged to see that their children attend Sunday School Dimeodeon Moves Away. The moving picture show, conducted by J. N. Collins and Chas. Terry, of Fulton, on Clinton street for several months, left here Tuesday for Trenton, Tenn. Not being able to get a building was the cause of their removal. The management hopes to be able to get back to Hickman about October 1. School Opens. 9:30 a. m. Rush Creek. relatives, in Hickman. ' ' ' ' our young people attend- Tom Roper visited relatives here at Hickman, Monday last week. Miss Mary Crostic is on the sick A Tankersley has returned to list this week. Prairie, after making a short Charles Noonon and wife spent lome Monday night in Fulton. ry Stocking went to Charles-U'urJaMany cf our neighbors attended He will attend school the barbecue at Moscow, Wednesinfant show y. day. and Pearl King spent sever-wit- h Mrs. Martha Roper and Miss Ret-t- a Bettie and Florence Clark, who have been sick, are last week. improving. 'larry Ishmael, of Pinhook, pass-'"- f Mrs. Ann McGehee, Mrs. Louis Jgh here, enroute to Hick. Atwell and Mrs. Crostic were guests tljiulay. of Mrs. Will McGehee, Tuesday. liie Henderson for sale. Another ray of sunshine entered the home of George Roper and wife in the form of a baby girl, last Fri : Tankersley left last Thurs-' day. far Sprinpfield, Mo., where she Thanks to George Roper, who so attend school. kindly repaired our telephone line. i Kirk, proprietor of the HJck. Mry, has the boats ready and We could not do without neighbor George. a commodate the patronage of i ''tie, Erroll and Miss Mildred McGehee returned home Tuesday, with their A, P. Stewart, the last but uncle, G. M. McGehee, who lives 'f he Confederate Lieutenant near Watey Valley. died at BUoxI, Miss., last ami was buried in St. Louis "Silver Dill," a homing pigeon, ""day. Like the Lees. Gen. owned by a gentleman in East Liver"att devoted several years of his pool, Ohio, has broken the record, ' J t!ie education of the Southern it is said, in its flight from Denver Un. Buckner, of Kentucky, to that place, about 1,230 miles. asi surviving Lieutenant The time of the bird's flight was :ul, 13 days and 3 hours. "'g is at Aunlston, rver the land of S. White, Last Monday, Hickman College began an encouraging year's work, which bids fair to be one of its best years, owing to the large number of pupils, to the interest of the parents, and the uplifting influence of the new library, now nearing completion. Many parents were present to show their sympathy and encouragement and to enjoy the solas of Miss Johnston and to hear the addresses of Rev. J. W. Waters, Rev. A. Turkington and S. L. Dodds. The people of Hickman are proud of our school and should keep up an active interest in all its work, for every community has as good a school as it desires and demands. Don't let your interest and enthusiasm stop on an auspicious opening. Arah Wilson Dead. H. Pollock received a telegram J. Sunday informing him that h i s nephew, Arah Wilson died in Denver, Colo., Saturday, Aug. 29th. Mr. Wilson (crmerly resided here, and is well known to our people. It has been 8 years since he left. He was 26 years of age and is survived by his' wife, Sept. 24th, Hagenback St Wallace's circus will exhibit at Union City, and Sept. 30 to Oct. 3, the Obion county (air will be held at the same place. Too bad Hickman can't stir up0 something in the way of amusement like our neighboring On 1 - '!, towns. Percy Jones was in St. Louis this Cloar, at Troy. "Going back to Dixie" is a popu- week on business. Miss Maud Moore has returned lar song among the negroes, at from a visit to Cairo friends. Springfield, Illinois. Dan Creason and Bob White were Miss Ivey Vick, of Route 3, visitMisses Laura and Marine Brown in Cairo several days last week. ed in Hickman several days last ar home from an extended visit with week Union City relatives. Ben F. Higgs, of Martin, was in Dick Evin, who formerly lived R. N. Helm left Wednesday for Hickman Sunday visiting friends. here, is visiting in the city this Helm, Miss., after a two weeks' chamber sets (good ones) week. visit with home folks. for $8 at the Hickman Hardware Co. Miss Mary Slaughter, of Fulton, Miss Bufie Bruer has returned Ascher Kennedy spent a few days has been the guest of Mrs. Pierson from an extended visit to friends in with home folks at Wmgo this week. this week. Oklahoma and other points. Had you noticed that new con Mrs. R, L. Bradley and son, Mark, Miss Lizzie Tennie, of Dyersbur?, crete walk around the "Temple of are home from a visit with Chicago, Tenn , is the guest of Miss Bettie Truth?" DeBow. She arrived Sunday. relatives. C. G. Schlenker Is home from R. T. Hendricks, of Mound City, FOR SALE: Fin: Brood mare Cincinnati, where he has been for is the guest of Wm. Stoker and fami- and saddle Lorse. Cash two or three weeks. or credit. M. A. McDaniel. ly this week. 13p. J. W. Bland left last night on the Mrs. Dunlap Murphy and N. G. E. C. Rice, of the Cash Shoe Store, Peters Lee for Pascola, Mo., where Cook, of Fulton, were Hickman visi- is in the St. Louis market this week, he is buying timber. tors, Sunday. stocking up for the Fall business. Miss Bufie Bruer has returned Lula Inman returned home SunRev. C. L. Price, wife and chil- from a two months visit to friends in day, from a visit to her brother in dren left for Fulton, Tuesday, where Oklahoma City, Okla. Graves county. they will make their future home. Miss Myrtle Venable, of' Win-- . If you're huugry, go to Perry & Miss Shellie Burrow, of Milan, Chester, Tenn., is the guest of Misses White's restaurant. Regular meals Tenn., an accomplished young lady, Marie and Homer Green. is the guest of Miss Mary Waters. 25c, lunches at all hours. Miss Isola Allen, of Nashville, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dodds and is the guest of her cousins. Misses James Crawford, of Cayce, visited his sister, Mrs. George Wiseman, baby and Anita have returned from Lily and Charlotte Hubbard. a few days stay at Dawson Springs. last Saturday and Sunday, Mrs. F. S. Moore and little Miss Jennie Crawford returned daughter, Dorthy, are home from Jno. S. Dillon accepted his former position with the Richmond-Bonhome Saturday from Cayce, where a visit to Dr. Royall, of Villa Ridge, Oil Co., Tuesday, the 1st. she has been for several weeks visit- Ills. Miss Estelle Reneau has returnDinner sets, handsomely ing relatives. The Literary Circle will meet with ed from a visit to Dawson Springs decorated, while they last, for S4.50 Mrs. Alice Amberg, Wednesday and after attending the institute at at the Hickman Hardware Co. The City Council meets next afternoon at 3 o'clock. All mem- Fulton. Miss Isabel Nash, of Hopkinsville, Monday night. Several matters of bers please be present. Lee Schlenker returned to Eaton, Ky., will be in the Millinery Departinterest will be before this body at Ohio, Wednesday night after an ex- ment of Baltzer & Dodds store that meeting. Miss Etta Higgins left Wednes- tended stay here during the absence again this fall. Miss Ollie Fletcher, aged 16 day morning for Greenfield, Tenn., of his brother, C. G. Schlenker. where she will visit relatives for W. B. McGehee was here from years, died at the home .of heV parseveral days. Cayce, Tuesday. While here he ents, 10 miles below Hidcrninf, J W. G. Reynolds, who conducted left a dollar at the Courier office for Tuesday, of typhoid fever. the Democratic campaign fund. Miss Mollie Bourne was here Fri a wholesale meat business in this Prof. R. L. Amberg left yester- day en route to St. Louis. Miss city the first of the year, has moved from Union City to Memphis. day for Opelousas, La., where he Bourne will fill her position as milMiss Bettie Inman, who has been will resume his du'ies as assistant liner at Smith & Amberg's again visiting her grandmother and other principal of that city's public schools. this fall. Mrs. Bettie Buck and daughter. Mis? Lois Bartlett has returned to relatives at Pierce, Tenn., for severShe Miss Mamie, returned to Friars al months, returned home last week. Hickman to attend school. t, Point, Miss., Wednesday, after an Mrs. L. L. Vandervoort and chil- spent tne summer months at Ky., with her parents, G. E. exttnded visit to Mrs. John S. Dil dren, who have been visiting W. H. wife. lon and Mrs. Geo. Helm. Heath and wife, at the La Clede, Bartlett and County Surveyor A. C. Hombs is A. S. Barkett is in New York this left Tuesday for their home in week. He will be accompanied home suffering with some kidney disorder, Ark. Miss Adbie, who came and his physicians say it will be The Misses Dunlap, guests of by his sister, from Asyria to Uncle Sam's domain necessary for him to undergo an Miss Waters, left for Fulton, Tuesoperation. It is said that this opeday, to visit friends. From there only a short time ago. Miss Jbsie Faulks has returned to ration is one of great risk. they return to their home in HumMrs. Chas. Isbell has entertained Caruthersville after a visit to Mrs, boldt, Tenn. following visitors since our last W. A. Hinshaw has purchased A. A. Faris and family. Miss Irene the n Mem- issue: Miss Minnie Bowen, of Faris made the round trip to the W. C. Wilson place, east of ; Chas. Phillips, wife and son, on the Peters Lee with her. town, and will move from Missouri phis The Courier is pleased to acknowl- Harry, of Hortense, Tenn ; A. J. to this place in order to take advanWalker, wife and children, of Route tage of our schools. The Wilson edge receipt of a copy of The Weekly Progress, Union City's new pub- 5 ; aud D. M. Harper, wife and place is a mighty good one, containdaughter, Miss Winnie, of Route 2. lication. The Progress is a ing ten acres of ground. Councilman S. L. Dodds thiuks One of the most interesting events quarto, published weekly and edited by Mr. Andrews, an expel ienced the city will make no mistake by of the week was the Raffles party man. In every respect giving the railroad company pertendered Mrs. L. D. Smith Monday newspaper it is a very creditable sheet, and we mission to enlarge and build a conafternoon by Miss Bonnie Carpennew venture will prove crete walk around the railroad park, ter. The tables were placed in the feel sure the a success. Here's our best wishes. and otherwise beautify it. Since shady front yard, and much interest manifested in the progressive games, Saturday night, Mrs. A. A. Stone this piece of ground is not a vallable at which, Miss Annie Ellison captur- entertained the Bachelor Girls in for building purposes, it seems that ed the first prize, a dainty souvenir honor of Miss Shellie Burrow, of it would be best utilized as a public spoon, and Miss Louise Atwood the Milan, and Miss Elizabeth Wilson. park. And why not a fountain iu consolation, a bottle of toilet water. No games were played, but practical the center of it? Last Friday, Miss Mary Waters As the guests arrived, punch was jokes related by all, which caused in the hall. Later refresh- much a musement. Cream and cake entertained a large number of friends served ments of cream and cake and mints were served. About ten o'clock, in honor of her visitors, Misses Dun- were served. Music and singing by the lights went out, and a ghost in lap, of Humbolt and Miss Burrow, Misses Mabel Wilson, and Lillian long white robes entered the room. of Milan. The young ladies were Miss The ghost was discovered to be Mrs. entertained from 4 to 6 in the afterJohnston was much enjoyed. Isola Allen, of Nashville, Misses Mattie Prather. The crowd then noon, and the gentlemen from 8 to Zula and Annie Dunlap, of Humbolt, went over to Mrs. Chester Bondur- - 12. Mrs. A. A. Stone assisted in As the guests arrived, Miss Shellie Burrow, of Milan, and ant's where music and singing by Lreceiving. Miss Lizzie Tenney, of Dyersbutg, the visiting young ladles was much punch was served. Later, cream and cake was served. guests. enjoyed until a late hour. were the 12-pie- FOR SALE. Old pape"rs at this 15c a hundred. C. H. Parham is home from a short stay in St. Louis. FOR SALE Half jersey cow and young calf. Apply to B. C. Stubbs. Mrs. Hilda Freeman has returned from a visit to relatives in Osceola, Ark. office Worth Powell, of West Point, Miss., visited Hickman friends last week. Mrs. E. G. Oman has returned from a visit to her mother, Mrs. HELM & ELLISON E. C. Rice home from St. Louis. d 47-pie- Rock-por- Para-goul- d, Jrr-da- ' out-of-to- r Z-pz- --- COPYRIGHT 1iibbiiis1 1906 BY DODD MEAD & COMPANY lUUSTRJiTIOW BY&ZZVlZl tories In the south and west, was preparing for the most decisive stroko of tho long nnd bitter struggle The western division of tho revolutionist, under tho command of Gen Provoco, reached the foothills 5.000 strong and In excellent condition. Gen. Agonclllo's army of 4.000 men was hastening with all possible speed from tho south, nnd with these two divisions Hnrndo calculated that ho would be strong enough to defeat tho forces under Hostos. Ho was nbout ready to move across tho plains to n position which nature had made almost Impregnable, when sevcreQinlnn set In nnd continued for days without cessation. Two streams coursed to the seu between the armies, and It wns not long before they were Impassable. Tho rnlns had resulted In dire hnrdshlps for the revolutionists, and nfter the first downpour hundreds of men fell 111 with fever, which, though fatal to many, was combated with reasonable success by the hospital forces. Capt Pllaro waited too long before he placed himself under tho rare of the nurses, nnd, In the mlddlo of one of the wildest storms, he breathed his last, with Capt. Jerry nnd Marina kneeling at his sldo. Jorry was permitted by Gen. Harado to assume charge of I 'Ham's funeral arrangements, nnd Just before tho wasted body was prcpnred for removal to the cnptnln'a birthplace, a hamlet About 100 miles southward, he delivered. In the presence of Harndo and hta staff olllcers, n funeral oration. Marina, much against the wishes of the physicians, wns present At the simple ceremonies, and. sitting within a few feet of Jerry, her oor body trem bled In a sapping chill when the speak er referred to "pity" as that to which ho owed his life Pity! How that word rankled In her Uwom! Heforo Jerry Chambers entered The College ho had spent three years at a military training school on tho Hud son. and his knowledge of military tactics made him particularly valuable to Gen. Hnrado, whose men know vvry little of the secret of getting the moat out ot their strength and organization. Indeed, the general considered him self fortunate In having such a cool, steady, practical head nt hta side. The weeks of delay that tho rains had rained were busy ones for Jeiry, who brought nil of his military training Into play; many a raw recruit lmca-m- i as straight nnd soldierly In bearing ns patriarchs of tho service. Jerry requested Oen. Harndo that he be selected to accompnny tho liody of Capt. Pllaro to Its last resting place. At first the rugged commander was In clined to grant tho request, but he flnnlly .refused to do so. giving no other reason than "because," Ho sug gestcd that tho trip would be of Ines timable benefit to Mnrlna, who, nfter consulting Jerry, assumed chnrgo of tho body and proceeded In a roofed wngon on tho long Journey. "I shall bo back with the revolu tionists." Mnrlna snld nt the parting. "And you, Jerry?" "I shall nwnlt you. Marina." It wus only a warm clnsplng of tho hands that marked tho parting. Tho order to mn.li was not given until early In the autumn, when tho army was practically In as good condition ns when It took up position In tho foothills. Tho forces wero divided Into four divisions, nil of which proceeded together until tho second stream ns crossed and the natural fortlflcnllons were reached. Hero they spread out and formed Into a crescent, ready to sweep down on tho government's strongholds In such a manner ns to mako tho charge most effectlvo and to prevent rtitrcat from any side. Hoslos presented n most formidable defense, bin preparations and strength bolng much greater than Harado had calculated they would bo. Tho lender of tho "rebels" had confidently expected that Hostos would mnrrh out to .meet him and give bat-tlIn tho open. While tho government's tactics surprised him and ere ated no small degree of disappointment, Harndo knew that his strategical position was the bettor and that ho could prevent n retreat. "Let them stay," sad he. 'We shall movo In no closer, but shall wait for them (o come out or stnrvo. Their supplies nro cut off and they must como out." In tho mlddlo of a dark night tho ranks of Haradrt's urmy wore thrown Into wild excitement and activity by tho announcement from tho advance lines that Hostos wns hastily preparing to bring his full strength to benr on tho southern wing of the beslegora. With all posslblo haste, after tho certainty of Hostos Intentions wng learned, tho northern wing of tho revolutionists was swung around to thu proposed point of attack. Tho olher divisions wero placed In readiness to Kjvo support to tlie men who wero to meet tho first forco of tho ujovcrn-mont'o s SYNOPSIS. a little time?" Jerry sprang to his feet, and so great was his excitement and so startling hope that he scarcely felt his tho sharp twinge of pain In the leg. "Seel" he cried In a whisper; "I can stand on It! Are you going to help-mto escape?" "Yes; but for God's sake, make no noise!" Marina tiptoed to the door where she stood In absolute silence for almost Ave minutes. She sprang back with a start when there came to her ears and to Jerry's a low whistle. "Pome!" sho whispered, excitedly. ol!ow me!" In another Instant tho door was ripen and tho two, his hand in hers, wore stealthily moving towards the bushes that lined tho bank of the little stream. When they emerged from the undergrowth they were within ten feet of the water's edge. A few yards away, behind a clump ot small trees, was 'Capt. Pllaro with two saddled horses",. They moved quickly towards him. "Quick, my captain!" she urged, in a low tone. "Ho shall rido with you. You lead and I shall follow!" "Marina Hostos," the captain said, almost fiercely, "do you lovo mo?" "Yes!" In another instant Jerry Chambers was on the horse's back, with a firm hold to Pilaro'8 shoulders. "Where whero are wo going?" half cried Jerry. "To the Forest of the Somber Shadows!" answered Marina. At tho captain's word tho horses wero whipped Into the stream, through which they splashed and struggled to the other side. Just as tho horses reached tho narrow path that was to offer the course to the denso forest 20 miles away three shots rang out in rapid succession at the camp. "Fly fly with your might, my captain!" cried Marina, nnd tho officer began to lay whip to his horse's side with merciless vigor. full-bor- n Gerard rhambers, son of a wealthy Importer anil a student ot an pastern cot lejre, was nwarded n membership In the Cluster of the (lemlnl. a serret orRanlia-tloTlie founded by ltodnoy Graves. aoelety was exclusive, only seven helnit admitted. The members were known a Persons. A meeting was held nnd earn memlwr wna awnrded tho "call of destiny," which amounted to an assignment to test his metnl, ChumNrs .was told to a period as a sailor anil not set foot rinss Amerlcn for a. year. Then ho was directed to ro to Mexico for further Instructions which were to assign him to another year's exile. durlnR which time lin must make his own living unassisted, Ho gained and keep everything a secret. acquainted his father's consent. He also Marsylla Hayless, his fnther's choice for his wife, with tho fact that he would he away two years. Sho left Mm angrily. Jen-- obtained a berth as supercargo on folian ocean freighter. Jerry sailed theCapt. lowing morning on the Sister Mary. told him that the boat was bound BulRrfor L'ranla. South America, loaded with that government, Juna for enemies of guns desert, passed srry, given opportunity to as a t'ranlan It up. He landed the cruiser hove In view. At first Sister Mary was chased, but escaped, Chnmbers being made tho object of the chase. Chambers was captured nnd thrown Into a dungeon. Marina nostos. adopted daughter of Oen. Uo.itos, entered Jerry's cell and ministered to his wounds. Bach made a strong Impression on the other. Sim was known as the "little saint of "How can I ever repay you for what Urania," because of her nursing, Jerry, tried by Oen. Hostos. was sentenced to you have sacrificed given up for me?" dlo at sunrlso tho following day, Marina visited Jerry. he' asked. "You cannot repay me, Jorry; you CHAPTER HX. Continued. never can but wo aro not far enough die at sunrise!" she "You nro not to away to talk this way," she went on whispered. "You aro to live!" almost forgetting the misery Jerry was startled Into rising like bravely, own heart; "wo are not safo In her a flash to a sitting position. yet." "What what do you mean?" he "Hut what shall you do?" gasped. "I will not go back to my father or "My captain and I are to have your to the ranks of the government's life! Come, be quick; get up! Can army," she said, the old flro coming you stand on your leg for a time Just eyes - or four I Ins of meat nnd somo coffee and hardtack, nnd after a very meager mcnl he went to the edge of tho forest to rcconnoltcr, Jerry fell Into deep meditation after tho officer went nway, and Mnrlna aroused him with: Do you know that It Is nfter sunrise?" "Don't don't, Mnrlna!" ho cried, shuddering nt what the rising of the sun might havo brought to him. "And still you live," she went on, with a fnmt smile a smile of triumph. "I owe my miserable life to you lit tle sister; do with It ns you will." The gratitude thnt glistened In his eyes shot Into her brain. "In the eye of Rod, Jerry, I havo done no wrong," she said, lifting her hands. "I havo done a great right, and I shall be forgiven if not by my father, by my God. I will keep strong In tho knowledge that I havo performed a duty to my Maker." Jerry took her hand into his and gazed thoughtfully at tho specks of light above the densely follaged tree-tops. Ilostoft succeeded n t.K iiiii iirai UIVISJ n il strength wns too nearly K rM . I. .1....... It. u u inw iresii t iinrncr I ; the closo of tho second .. iif nnuuenis losses Had rrachH l.'l il I. Ill , I nAA Kiiii-ua.vmi woiinucu nnj.v Jit rosso on tho itlie ino nbout ns arcs1 On the morning of th t j A Hostos rallied his mm f ,.,, J .. ........ . 'S im iiiii I'uuii, nuni Kir nn;i,a tr.l iiuwiir.ii I 1 wr. shiJ ... two-thir- d he gnllnntly faced the of Harndo. fr,.-r- r , l. Slowly ,U driven back to tho sea hr ntlo of escnpo Mng ef he J tijyJ and her hands back to her clenching determinedly, "until I havo the sacred promise that no tiarm shall come to either Capt. Pllaro or myself. I stiall not go back unless I am dragged back." After a moment's thought sho went on: "After all, Jerry, this war is not such 'a terrible crime against tho government of Car The revolutionists, among dovas. whom are .many of tho best men In Urania, believe their cause to bo right so strong In that belief that they will fight until the last man falls. It It wero not for the favors received at Pandaro, many, an ofllccr In tho government's ranks would bo fighting with the revolutionists this very day. My heart, God knows, has beat for the government's cause more for the reason that my father commands Its forces In tho field than for anything else. The government of Urania the autocratic government of Cardovas is not strong enough to threaten me as It threatened you!" Jerry's surprise was so great at this speech that he scarcely could believe his cars. "You would not go to the other side?" ho asked. "Why not? They arc my peoplo as much as tho government's men are. nnd, If needs be, I can turn my whole heart and sympathy to them. My father must como to mo with a heart overflowing with forgiveness. This I The Old Man Drew a Dagger and Sprang Leader. Towards the Victorious swear!" CHAPTER X. SSBBBBBf i. Capt. Jerry Chambers. The horses responded go splendidly that after tho first milo of tho trail had been covered tho whips and spurs wero unnecessary. Tho sterling black charger bearing Pllaro and Jerry, was kept to tjic foro till the time, Marina's handsome bay Oen. Hostos' favorite flold horse keeping "so closo behind that at times its burning breath almost leached Jerry's back. Tho trail was crooked and nt some places so narrow that only ono horso could have Pllaro know tho way woll, nnd. ulthough the dangers were great, he Plunged ahead fearlessly and confidently, i Tho Forest of tho Bomber Shadows was tho largest and densest unbroken wood in Urania, covering a vast nrea of unoxplored territory. Tho first suggestion of light ,1a the. east, marked tho trio's arrival at its edgo. ' A Httlo spot freo from tho underbrush and vines afforded them tho lirat testing place. Tho horses, almost dead from tho performance of their valiant work, sank to tho ground as noon ns tholr reins wore freo. Jerry, kept up almost entirely by tho exclto-mcn- t of the porllous ride, collapsed. Marina, drawing upon hor last bit of reserve strength, spread out ono of tho horso blankets for him to Ho on, and then sat by his sldo and guvo him u stimulant. Tho three slept uutil tho sun was high. Tho captain had broutht three pas-sag- Tho situation was gono over very carefully after Pllaro returned, and, with hands uplifted in oaths, tho cap-taiand Marina sworo they would not seek to return to tho government ranks until they had been assured of completo forgiveness. "Hut the government will not cannot forgive you," said Jerry. "Then I shall go to tho other side," exclaimed tho captain. "For a long time my sympathies havo been turning to the cause, of the revolutionists, and It would take but Httlo more to mako me desert Cardovas and take up tho light against him!" "But Senorita Hostos?" put In Jerry. "I will dlo for hor, Senor Chnmbers," paid Pllaro. "It was my lovo for her that made me assist you to escape, death. Hut, and this confession alone would bring a bullet to my heart, I believe that I should have deserted If Senor Chambers never had been In his position. .Cardovas Is not ono of tho peoplo, ho Is not democratic." "Who, then?" asked Marina. "Horrero Harado the foremost man of tho people, the champion of tho common people, tho man who eventually will march at tho head ot his army Into Pandaro tho man, Marina, who fought tor tho old cause at tho sldo of Gen. Hostos, tho man who saved your father's llfo nt tho risk of his own. Harado is ho oso man of all men to be at tho head ot tho government." After using tho rest of tho coffee nt nightfall tho trio started out ot the forest, tho ptirposo being to reach tho ranch of a Hrltlsh citizen about 1C miles southwest ot the Forest ot tho Bombor Shadows. They left tho trail nnd took to tho rolling prairies. Thu eastern sky was faintly gray when they brought up at tho homo of tho neutral. After relishing n hot, breakfast at tho ranchman's hospllnblo board they settled on plans for tho Immediate future. Jorry had placed, his dostlnlos wholly Into tho hands of tho two, expressing a willingness to follow any coursu smrsosted by them. n Tho ranchmen told them that a wing of Harndo's army was reported to be advancing from tho northwest, with Harado himself In command, and that scouts from the government's ranks had been In the vicinity within the last 18 hours. He confidently believed thnt a decisive battle would be fought, probably near tho forest which had afforded them refuge. This move by Harado had been anticipated by tho strategists of tho other side. Pllaro and Marina' talked excitedly for a long time, and, although their words did not reach Jerry's ears, he believed that he was pleading with hor. At last, as though unconscious of Jerry's presence, tho captain embraced hor and kissed her repeatedly. "We aro going to wait for Harado!" said Marina, her eyes dancing with excitement, "My captain has opened my eyes to tho reality. We aro going with Harado!" "Hut your father, Marina?" gasped Jerry. "My father Is a soldier beforo ho is a father," sho cried, "and I can be a soldier beforo I am a daughter! Tho Inhumanity ho would havo subjected you to to which. In n mensuro, he did Bubjoct you has turned my heart against such methods. Jerry, I love my father; ho loves me, but God, In my heart I am with tho others now!" Disguised as well us ho could be under tho circumstances, Pllaro set out on horseback In the afternoon in tho direction from which Harado was reported to be approaching. Ho did not return to tho ranch until long after nlghtfafl, and when ho burst in upon Marina 'nnd Jerry his facot reflected his excited emotions. "Uarado's scouts nro closo nt hand!" he cried. 'Marina sprang to her feet nnd hurled question after question at him, Jerry felt the excitement qulto as kconly ns they, and It was with much difficulty that sho could keep him froth, overexerting himself physically. Ho slept for foitr or llvo hours," but tho others did not closo un eye throughout tho night. In the mlddlo of tho next day the advanco of Harndo's army of 7,000 men cumo In sight. Harado himself reuched tho ranch about three o'clock, Tho Bleep had dono Jerry a world of good, nnd, when tho "robol" leader camo up, ho was limping about with tho aid of an improvised crutch. Pllaro convinced Harado of his sincerity In wanting to Join his forces, and wan appointed u member of tho gunurul's personal staff. Marlua appeared before Harado lit tho utilfopn of a field nurse, and, nlthough tho general, knowing her an tho daughter of tho opposing forces, did not place Implicit trust In her, and, while ho agreed that ho might servo In his ranks, ho told her that at all times she would bo watched. Pllaro Introduced Jerry to tho weather-beateold warrior and told of tho circumstances surrounding his capture and escape. Harado was deeply Interested In tho rccltnl, and his eyes flashed with keen admiration for the young man. "What was tho name of your bait?" Harado asked. "Tho Sister Mary." Jerry answered. "Tho captain's name?" "Hulgcr." "Whom did Hulgcr meet at Havana?" "Senor Chnhara." "Whore wero tho guns landed?" "On Hlngo Island." "How much did you collect for them?" "Not n rlffo." "Who gavo you tho receipt for them?" "I didn't get any." "Why?" "They got mo beforo I could find anybody with a receipt." "Illght! You tell tho truth," said Harado. "Although tho plan failed, you did heroic service, nnd you should bo rewarded. You may remain with my army nnd becomo ono of my staff olllcers, or you may bo taken to tho frontier under escort. Which?" Jorry's brain was In a whirl. What should ho do? Quick as a Hash ho recalled tho words In tho messago from tho black sack of destiny commanding hint to present himself at Callo Collseo, City of Moxlco, on tho last day of tho first year of his absonco from homo und state. Ho had bebn away from Now York but little moro thnn two months, nnd ho hud nlmost ten months In which to reuch the City of Mexico. "I .hall remuln with your urmy. Gun. Harado!" he said. Tho old warrior grasped hi hand wurmly. v "Tho autocratic govornmont nt Pandaro," ho said, "shall bo crushed and tho government of tho peoplo established there! Wo cannot full! Wo nro right! Cudovus Is falling falling.'." of the commander iua mirrcnucr. Tho Joy thnt rntne Int.) rittJ ino revolutionists wnen the c.? wna announced, wns Indt:. wns soon nftor the nnnour.rr-- ono of the moat thrilling t r- -j c! conflict occurred. An ni l t ragged clothing proccedr.l tent Wltn n request that lie berml chance to fight for the rer h; xkl cause. Jerry Chambers, by hiris. wards wns called "provlilrr.'Hi A lion by somo, suspected ! Ui mnn hnd another purpose in cj:i ry wa nlono with llarnilo itnJ awaiting Hostos nnd the so ;iUt render, when the man apa tiutl tent opening. "Gen. Harndo," began the c'J nervously, ami wnn side g:as-have como to offer you mjr sennit I hAVo fought for the govcrfcr.f' Gen. Hostos has put two cf r' to denth for hAt he unfalily ti .fi J scrtlon. My heart U fir tea t against him and his cause Harado bade him alt a rr'r.ut il turned his back to him Tfc? iml his eyes wero away the ui s.1 dagger frum whlpixtl out coal and sprang towards the yr-ous lender, Jerry, his rrrj i time un tho stranger drew h!i in In a flash and struck the hl&dr the man's hand Just as It general' coat. The old tsu tempted to recover the dagctr, Jorrj'a hand wero at his thrci!,i In another Instnnt ho was br!(lra the ground. Harado merely looked at Jerry t a moment, and then calmly over lu him and extended h!i He said. not a wont, but the rtprn lu his eyes might have told i story If It could have spoken I' ' aisa;i".j ' not until tho woatil-bplaced tindor guard that the ladH became known In the ranks Gen. Ilostoi, grizzled old vr'fitl ninny wars, advanced undf 'H ling to deliver his sword to i1- - lu other wars Harado nnd Ik:'! fought for tho same cause tali together, hnd suffered togettn" hnd spent tunny yenrs of l( " l' together. They had loved rathrtj with the love of brothers hM ton' arrival wnH Announced, Go. !l ratio's henrt fnlled him ll'i l trembled, bis voice quaked, acdiM camo Into his eyes "I cannot take his sord hetul said; "ho la still my best frle-- i tl one man In nit l'ranla that l:M brother. I shall delegate one c': officers to accept his surrender ul return his sword- I cannot fare t!l his time of distress, Whom itM name?" No sooner had the las' of tho sentence been sKiken tyti eyes rested upon Capt. Jerry jl n t:ll ' tn-jt- e iJ b-- 1 - Iters. staff," was the soft Interruptl (TO Hi: CONTTNl'KI'l IIohIoh' uvea ilrntitivd UK ' " when do lifted them tho scr ! J, his chin fell and ho took a step backward. For a mini"" eyes wore fixed In a glassy r'are 11 "Yfin vim whri iMritted myself a W ''I beg to Introduce Chambers of Gen. Hnrado's m Within a fnw minutes Car' J' went forth, his bend high and r' rigid, other olJlcorH of tho s'al f lnc behind. Haggard and despondent tOH, surrounded by membes cf stuff, ilrntined hta eves ns preached to within a few f: ' and without looking up he li ' c ' sword with a trembling ha" "I nccept your niirrendc la of tho Confederacy of ' said Jerry, with great dlgn"" ' dulv delegated bv Gen llarr' mnndlng the forces of tho c:n' In tho flold " , Then Oen. Hostos glann i O tho first llmo nnil held out I' i ' " again, Jerry rtintlntilug radt) desires thnt you rr's'n ?t sword, Gen. Hostos." 5( ( . l1 CHAPTER XI. The Fortunes of War. Gen. Harndo's urmy wout Into camp in tho foothills or tho Hermendcs mountains, nbout CO miles southeast of tho Forest of tho Somber Shadows. blow. brutes dlffor only slightly Tho loader of tho revolutionists, two days' tho urmlos wore en- temporatuie of tho uiudJum apurred ou by recent Importunt vic gaged lu tho deadliest battle ot tho they live. Blood Heat. of tu ........ml li.,..,wi-iliirman body Is ubout !SMi Ac'-"e.'l- . enhelt. This Is known as bM' r l .... .. .. and is maintained wiinin u degrees, whether In the arctic or' leal regions. In the nnlmal mammals havo about tho t uwo ....In.-.- , nu ,iti..., Iitrtla- tlTI' jiVlutuiu Ma I.inn. Hum fiuiti hv ft(iht fir ten dr'S whllo rcptlloB, fishes and all I""' '... l! !r t"0.. lo Wmrirr mm 'itr.uii..js,uisi. -- s ISE AND 1TECTURAL SOLVED GARDEN PROBLEM AS F00LI8H QUESTION. One QUITS 8AFE WITH HER. 8ecret "Tootsle" 8urely Would Pass Along. Never N OEflMANY. "John, 'lovo," said tlio young wife, "you oughtn't to havo any socrots from mo." "Well, Tootalor "You go to lodge meetings,' nnd you never tell mo nnythlng about them." "They wouldn't Interest you, dear. I don't mind giving you tho password, though, If you'll promise never to disclose It to a living soul." "I'll promlso never to tell It to anybody." Lie !, It, That Was Dultt oil a Hlllilde Garden Laid Out to Mateh with Similar Details In uoin. -- "I cheerfully endorse tho above life Who does your thinking for you? It It tho truth. I know Mr. rtj l.it ii wii ri'Kurui'u at so Ilordwell and know tho condition ho Tbe Johnson's our very truly, Tonic t'liill and Fever Co., a part of the houtu with which was In. Nelson II. Durnott, Tipton, Is." Savannah, Cla. or inn nature I r. iiiii'cicu at to uc HIS OPINION OF FIELDINQ. It civet rn In tho open air Fine Y. M. C. A. Building Planned. A Young Mon's Christian AssociaH re I If a of thu extent to which ti.turnl meant may legitimately At Leaat. Only Kind Young Droker tion building that coat to build and Knew Anything About. il In a am All garden. equip moro than a million dollars Is 1. im to bu opened In Philadelphia this fall, la situated In the nhlne It v in (UTi'inny u it built on A younR broker to Hoston, while vis- with Walter M. Wood of Chicago in - i f a tteep hill rotmimndlnK iting a certain household In the Hub charge as secretary. An effort Is to be !.fill view over tho valley to the not long ago, encountered a number mado to recruit the membership to 4,000, so that tho largest posslblo lying on tho other tide. ot young women graduatos whoso con lea ilc ii terrace It on a lave! with veraatton suddenly turned to a dis- number of boys may have tho benecussion ot tho development ot tho fits of the new structure. Phtladcl- II. -- so English novel. phlans are proudly pointing to the la liJ.t up from the tide of the The dealer in stocks and bonds eight-storbuilding In Arch street as i tho atone Karden wall ta more fully than garden walla usu- - speedily found himself "out of IL" one of tho three finest Young Men's Presently, during a lull, one young Christian Association homes In tho are. Ihe wooden wall and cat woman asked him: world, the' other two being the "What do you think of Holding, Mr. Twenty-thirstreet branch, In Now Hrown" York, and the central building In Chi "Oh, fielding Is Important, of course," cago. quickly responded tho brokor, "but India's Savings Banks. Il Isn't wortn much unless you've got The postal savings bank of India good pitchers and men who can bit was established In 1882, In which year tho ball," Harper's Weekly. tho depositors numbered 39,121 and tho deposits amounted to $932,243. In Deaths of President!. Washington's death was duo to 1907 .tho depositors numbered 1,190, acute laryngitis: Adams. Madison and 220 and the deposits amounted to $49,- 223.2S3, which, perhaps, should not be Monroe, practically to old age; Jeffer son, chronic diarrhea; John Qulncy considered large In n country having Adams, paralysis; Jackson, dropsy; a 'population of somo 300,000,000, but VaYn Ituren. catarrhal nffiTilnna nf tho average Indian farmer, mechanic. " tho throat and lungs; William Henry servant or laborer nevor deposits money In a bank, but hides It away Harrison, pleurisy; Tyler, cause of In a death not given by biographers; l'olk, York pot or box In tbe ground. New World. :uo!cra; Taylor, cholera morbus, combined with a severe cold; Fillmore, Never Falls. paralysis; Pierce, dropsy; lluchanan. 'Thoro Is ono remedy, and only ono hce Cardan Where Only Archltec rheumatic gout; Lincoln, danleld nnd I havo ever found, to euro without fall tural Treatment It Possible. McKlnley, assassinated; Johnson, paralysis; Orant, cancer at tho root of such troubles in my family ns eczema, if end of the Rarden aro alto archl- - tho tonguo; Hayes, neuralgia of tho ringworm and all others of an Itching character. That remedy Is Hunt's lural ncci'sltk-s-. nlna thn fer. heart; Arthur, heart trouble, and Ben- Cure. Wo always uso it and it never en In here. jamin Harrison, pneumonia. W. M. CHRISTIAN. falls." ).e of the ronton In Ihn COc per box. Ituthcrford, Tcnn. e has mado It nccossary for tho Largest Rock Crusher In .Operation. i4: ft 111 trenf It nm nrinHtiimllfm Tho largest rock crusher In the Those Menl I .c 1 d.ir r So tho lattice for tho world was recently thrown Into opera"I went Into tho office looking Ilk ft kh nei wio wail, tho arbor, tho tion in a cement mill at South Pitts- a fright," said tho womnn. "I didn't 3 a:i im-scarry out tho color burg, Term., and it crushes all tho have a chance to straighten my hat ' l ii wio nouse. On the top rock used by a plant. pat my hnlr or auythlng. I had interrace It the kitchen Tho machine hat an hourly capacity or r, tended to primp going up in tho S00 torn and CO per cent, of tho of but there was a man standing Te tie architectural treatment la product is In pieces four Inches or o each mirror twirling his rfnf klntl fr.itti tlmt less and 30 per cent. In pieces two beforo and I couldn't even get a peep I'ttili I In the rococo Rarden. Thuro Inches or less. Thu crusher is 19 feet at myself." r'rnlKht imtha. no vnreriin In height and weighs 125,000 pounds. j the form nf rlilrVima rip t.i.a Thu hopper Is 20 feot In diameter. "It Finds the Spot." I II' ,n km I afled nnlinnls. The only Tho operation ot this machine alone Tho Oil wo atruck Is the Oil that . I. mo prouicm or n garden requires 29 horso power. has stuck wbllo others havo passed b d on the aide of u steep hill wat away, Blmply because It cures your '"h I'a architectural design. FRIENDLY TIP Pains, Aches, llrulses, Sprains, Cuts " a Karden hear nlmmi n Restored Hope and Confidence. nnd Hums quicker than any other n lo architecture at tho house known remedy. Hunt's Lightning Oil. After several years of Indigestion It's Quo for Chlgger bites also. Ilj'h la tho skill of tho gardener I il with that of tho arohltect nnd Its nttendant ovll Influence on tbo I 1 "Km about bo Interestlnir a mind, It is not very surprising, that A Financier. 'I an iho foundation and iool ono finally Iosco faith in things gen"Dear, what in tho world was tbe r Is k uiuiir llio silver poplar tree. erally. lawn mower doing nt thu foot of tho A N. Y. womnn wrltos an Interesting Improbable that n I with stairs when I came in at midnight last d'al!s so closely related na nro letter. She snys: night?" "Thrco years ago I suffered from u. uim iiouso nna Harden "Didn't you tell mo that you had I- M an attack ot peritonitis which left mo taken out an accident policy on your tho work of moro than ono i no situation Is dlffon-n- t In tho In a moat mlscrnblo condition. For life?" Houston PosL Cf nVlrilt'tl rnnnfpi.J ilUUDU, UIIU over two years I suffored from nervvit v I., thfVork t pew A Westernized Proverb. architect who puts up ousness, weak hunrt, shortness of K'liti'ry huusu dnoi n Out In Novada It It satd that thoy .i,... breath, could not sleep, etc. "My appotlto wns ravenous, but I change the old adage "Death loves a in the Reneral plun of the im. position It Is to hold felt starved all tho tlmo. I had plenty shining mark" to "Death loves a min' atloa to hu timnn wl.ni . ii. .i... of food but It did not nourish mo ing shark." Western Christian Advo" im mu Indigestion. Medt U bo utid .omethliiR about its becauso of Intestinal not scorn to help, cate. ical L, l""'cier. Kven Ills dccltlon I gottreatment did OUT MAI.AltlA discouraged, stopped medicine TO DltlVE A.M lldlU Ul THE HTBTKM. F''e points Is likelv in liat 1ti ttitk Take lire of a tuBKe8tloii. for the land- - and did not caro much whether I lived CI .1 Ibo Old HUndaM OhOVK'S TAHTK' KHS . TON 10. Yuu know hai jou r l&Unf. Tlio formula It plainly printed on rtrrjr bottlr, - b.uiiier it tuo final authority. or died. ' ihowlBK It ! alinplj Quinine and trim In alaatrlru l uio New York "Ono day a friend asked me why I ruriu. and Ida iuott ffurw. Vur vruu architects have Ull earilcimra uim .! stop drinking peupla sod children, tor. .ii iiiuii-- , didn't try Grape-Nuts- , uu I m" i operate with them on coffee, and uso Postuin. I had lost r1 ,ll I" IhlH case tho arc)iltr. faith In everything, but to plcaso my Tbe Most Acceptable Worship. comet worship most acceptable iimM no responsibility for the friends I began to uso both and. soon from a cheerful and thankful heart, K, IlllfiU'lttr fraciicai gardener became very fond ot thorn. l.av m ' "It wasn't long bofore I got somo Plutarch. tho In,7, v ,hl! CrC(,,t 08 Wul strength, felt a decided chango In my Hicks' Ctpudlne Curtt Nervousness, '"' owner It not pleased. I system, hopo sprang up In my heart Whether tlrvd out, worried, stecplcra or not. refreshes brain . nnd slowly but surely I got bettor. I what nrve. It Itnulots midand pleasant to Prl Station. n. D..i. s liquid and could sleep very well, the constant lake. Trial bottle 13c resular all Xc and e,lMrU, een cwn'Plcted by the craving for food ceased and I havo Ko at druggists. lu'enraph Company Irt--t ii better health now than beforo tho atwireiess stations on tack ot peritonitis. Ono of tho many things a conceited I acllll ennui Tim lru...l .... "My husband and I nro still unhid youth Is unable to understand Is how Orapo-Nut- s and Postuin." "There's a any tcuslblo femalo cau pass him up ""uiaa. Heven will be fur some other chap. ,ran8l,ac"lc steamships Itcusou." ti n"'.1 Um Namo given by Postuin Co., Hattlo Your Druggist Will Tell You Creek. Mich. Head, "Tho Itoad to Wl That Murine Kyo ltemvdy Cures Kyrs, 04 Wcllvlllo," In pkga. "ll ' rkllim... or Make Weak Kye Ktrung. Doesn't Smart. lustalla- Ever read the above letter? A new Soothes K)u Pnm and for COc. I. At present trunseontlnental one appears from time to time. They "ly '088,uIu when mi J h are genuine, true, and full of human It doesn't pay to borrow trouble even ie must mvorabU on a friend's account. Interest. tjrw printed hero exhibits I F 4,000-barrcclo-vatomus-tach-11 Itimlar-rltll- t irnrilf.nftr ahfillM "Oh. Wlllfe, wot ycr iroln -tor r. .1... IHItMB"!-'- ' o HI" th.- nlnn for thu unnliu of tho1 bootr s "Indians, of courso! Vou didn't o koiiao In mo of tho questions I was goln out to hunt sparrows, ilurliiK tlio rocptit revival or lit. As a, rule, tlia did your in nullum. I rococo Rnrdens urn much lorn In- ECZEMA FOR 55 YEARS. ini? 10 tho avoriiKo owner or n krv i statu limn tho loss forum) Suffered Torments from Birth In of pine Enliiro thoy sro out Frightful Condition Got No Help with elaborate Until Cutlcura Cured Him. llio smallest Kanloii of the rcg. "I had an itching. tormontlnR rcic-m- a ocxo uti le rcijiilrcn alto n house. ever elnco I cnino Into tho world, kit nrrhltocturnl pretensions bo- na tho ;ir-- and I am now a man 55 years old. UK lo tho nntno period ILin'ritloni of tho InroiiKru- - I tried nil kinds of medicines I heard or, but found no relief. I wat truly s 10 from rauuro I It iir At last I rulo nro soon In many coun In a frightful condition. t..:.m to which tho ownrr with broko out nil over with red nnd white nf klrssncss than taitn haro mid- - bolls, which kept RrowinR until they lt;..al roue Rnrdons. Whi'u thesu were as big as walnuts, causing great I nro plain white colonial titruo pain nnd misery, but I kept from tlie IncoiiKrulty Is particularly scratching as well as I could, I was so run down that I could hardly do L n tho cardrn It far Away from my work. I used Cutlcura Hoap, OintLi ;:jc thu cuso It dlfTuront. It It ment, Ilcsolvcnt, and I'llla for about tln Rnrdmi It roKiirdcd at a part eight months, and I can truthfully say If ti.;.:so that uniformity between I am cured. Halo Uordwcll, Tipton, h most lmortant, even easen- - lo., Aug. 17, 1907." . r sup-poa- Vork City Wliothor Uienrchl- - "llrmcmbcr It's to 1 repeated only onco and very rnpldly." 0. uu-tli.- then Lerp Mm thinking for you. If he does not In run in to suffer and His Faulty Memory. benr your loc--wh- y fee himT "Have you got any nny typewriter JiiluiMii's Tonic will cure sny kind ot Fever. exterminators?" asked tho small boy. It ii j'uat brim full and running over "What!" oxclalmed tho salesgirl, with icoudnrM. It romiw-- i much and then aghast. turns 'round nnd docs 100 times as much "Typewriter exterminators. I think an it priiini-en- . If a Doctor' prescription for Fever U that's what Uiey told me to got. Anyworth 12.1)0, then Johnson's Tonic i dirt how, it wns something that " cheap at $100.00 a bottle. "Do you mean typewriter erasers?" We knew a man once to put n f.WO.00 "Well, maybe that was It, but what's mortRAKe on his home to with hit Doctor and then had to bury his child. tho difference? Ain't thoy tho same? A liotlle of Johnson' Tonic will cott a dime's worth ot 'em." (n't 60 cents and it will save your child's I want "I'll remember. Whnt Is it?" "Aldaborontlphosclphornlostlcoft." "What? Plcaso say it again, a little slower." "Havo you forgotten the conditions nlready? I satd 'only once and very rapidly.' " (Tearful pause.) I wish you hadn't told "O, dcarl me!" Who Does Your Thinking': If the same uuin who does your think-in- g dwi your ruirrriiig and pay your bills 8ewlng Room Vaudeville, nnd tuck with me," said tho 8cwlng Machine, "though I often strike tho senmy side." "I do something of a reel," announced tho Spool Cotton. "I have a good oyo for tho thread of a plot," complacently declared the Needle. "I gather Interest ns I go along," boasted the Itudler. "I do n pretty smooth turn In my canenn," modestly remnrked the Oil. "When I try to do anything," mournfully remarked tbe Kye, "I get the Hook." What a Poultry Man Sayt About 20 Mule Team Borax. As I am In tho poultry business, I had ten whlto chicks to wash and o prepare for a show. I used Team" Soap for washing tho birds, and I enn sny from years of experience washing whlto birds, never beforo havo 1 found n soap or Horax that cleaned my birds so fine nnd cosy. I had a great deal of comment nn my birds bolng so whlto. J. A. Dinwiddle, New Market, Tcnn. All dealers VJ, 1 nnd C lb. cartons. Samplo nnd booklet, Cc. Pacific Coast Dorax Co., Chicago. "It's nip IXC GASTORIA Tor Infants and Children. the PEn CENT AYeSciablc Preparation Tor ihcFoodondRcgiila-ling Kind You Have ALCOIIOL-- 3 Always Bought the Stomachs and Bowels of Bears the Signature of "20-Mul- IL'11UIi.JW1IIHIIHM Promotes Digcstion,Chccrful-nessandRcsl.Conlai- neither Opium .Morphine nor Mineral Not Naiic Jtx Stmnm Kipt SOU DrSAMl'UtmrSX KmMhUlU ftperrmiiU otic . Ztror forConslipa-lion Wimktytttm A perfect Remedy . Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, fa Ah In Use For Over and LOSS OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of The Centaur Company. Thirty Years NEW YORK. "Nails." "Nails are a mighty good thing i i particularly finger nails but I don't Guaranteed under ihe Foodaaj BMaMSaMBahIBWaa4aMSaSBMaar believe they were intended solely for Exact Copy of wrapper. scratching though I used mine largely for tli.it purpose for several years. I was sorely affected and had It to do. Ono application of Hunt's Cure, however, relieved my Itch and less than a box cured mo entirely." J. M. WAIID, Index, Texas. (Doa t Scratch) Is sold by druggists everywhere on a positive Uu LW ... guarantee to cure Dan Difficult Advice. M m druff and all Scalp "In your campaign speeches," said Troubles, Tetter, Ecze- tho idealist, "and in your private conma, Itch, Ringworm, too, you must tell people versation, H Chapped, Sunburnedonly the simple and direct truth." Face and Hands, Pirn"Do you know," returned the canEles, Itching Piles, Sore, didate thoughtfully, "I don't believe Blistered Feet, people would vote for a man who iwUts, ana an irritations of the Skin. Does not as all that!" seemed as stain, crease or blister. One Bottle or Lett. Two Sizes, 50c and $1.00 bottles. Trial Malaria is easy to contract In some Size 10c. Mailed direct, localities, and hard to get rid of that on receipt of price. is, if tho proper remedy Is not used. Cboatham's Chill Tonic frees any ono HOOPER MEDICINE CO., Dallas, Tens. from it promptly and thoroughly. It is guaranteed to cure any kind of Chills. Ono bottlo or less will do It. GASTORIA tm eia-rau- a oHerr. ntw Taa art. Hooper's Tetter Cure KDVCATJO.VAL. TUIJNEoLoSim Aeadrala Medical SmJ mk mavrajMeuADjB,naea. SXTTKZTSl OrsAaat Ssartmcat Newcomb Coltega Teacher CoUegei hew omun Couca (a WflaMal CtptetM f H Xcdleal OapartrnoiiS Jta Ceialena efilnej, law Dprtmnt Dcpartmasl fhumacr X. TS.VTT, ecrrtazTt TOILET ANTISEPTIC Keeps the breath, teeth, mouth and body ntitepticslly clean and free from unhealthy germ-lif- e and disagreeable odors, which water, soap and tooth preparations- alone cannot do. A germicidal, disin fecting and deouor holding Tho more causo one has for loss ot patience tho moro reason there is for it Sinclair. FITS. St. YltoV Hnd fur I'llKK 11 U. euri-- d bT KUna.l4L.Kll Arch buret, l'nlUdelpbla, l'a. T!M trial tM.ttln and trrallu-- . and Nerron Ileaftei PaneKIlnp'idrratNenrft Kektun-r- , lr. painTquuity I IT IS FOUND I J Dr. oncton man must stand erect, not be kept erect by others. Marcus Aurellus. Mr. Window1 Roothlnc Kjnp. A Tor children Uelhlnc, toflena lt IPUREWHITE LEAD WggML zS izingtoiletrcquisite guroi, reducet StcabolU. iOLO IJ3lOQV A. N. K. DUTCH of exceptional excellence and economy. Invaluable for inflamed eyes, throat and nasal and uterine catarrh. At drug and means, Greatness and goodness are but ends. Colerldgo. ae not HEW niSCOVKHVl Rlre quirk relief and cures worst rates. KUKH. of ihKik11. testimonials ana 10 Uu It, IL UltKKNtl eUNH, ATlk.MA, UA. F Ie Allen' Fnot-KCnrrttlre4,arlilnf,awntlnfeet. He Trial packaf tlx. A.B.Olmaid, LUoj,N. Y. When women argue they like to argue that they don't. (190835) 2245. by mail postpaid. Large Trial Simple WITH "HiaiTH AND BEAUTY' HOKSIDT fRIS THE PAXTON TOILET CO., Bostoi.Mass. stores, 50 cents, or toilet rAffealtf0Sh oixirJSeiuia tiicartsqs inox uallv: Dispels I DOES YOUR BABY Gain at Least a Pound per Week? This is the proper gain. If it doesn't the fault lies with the stomach. ii. antes duo A V X. U II 1 .cis naturaitv.acis truly as a Unxaitvo. DestforAlenMimpn and Child-reit-ybunga- To. IvonsTmnuon: i 4. it II Is and Head l. l. To Always Luy tliutfeauine uliicli et.ts Tjenejictal Ejects Com- Ola, lias ine jull nameqfthe pany it u manufactured . printed on front ofrvery pachite. DRUGGISTS. one sue only, regular price lw hom Ro Syrup .Co. the 50t'Utll. CALIFORNIA Dr. McGee's . SOLO BY ALL LEADING Baby Elixir makes lean babies fat and sick babies well. It puts the stomach and bowels in such a perfect state of health that all it eats goes 111 a effm-lua- into nourishment. . Summer OomilaM, Sour Stomaoh Curms Dlarritoma, and all disorders arising from teething. Good winter and summer. Pleasant to tmkmm Guaranteed to contain no opium or poisons. Splendid for delicate women with 6ick stomachs. At your drug-gists- 's, AV01Q A 25c and 50c a bottle. . Ill' .1 ail SUDStltUT.es. 1 ,," and waarlonjer than auiy other inak. fhtH st All Prim, for tvtrv Member cf tl, (imUy.st, Bajt, Women, Mluiti CkUdrta Wi.riflM Its Skew eaaaet L. ee,tlleiar price,l.ejr. outDeajUi U.eO a4 earn ere Ue eeet la U wetU JTyeleie Xaeluelrel Bubelllula.on IV. - Iluu a u alaniped UiUotu. ftU uaine ami ererywhere. Shoee raailrd frym (acterrt pail vl Ihe world, ('alaleeo tree. W. U UUVULA3. ill spars St., omrtle. Nat. and 411 moro alio than any other manufacturer In Hie world, tw-nuhold tlnlr fit better, W. x men XotM maVe 3.UU ana u.ao thr hp, Haylield Medicine Manufacturing Company, BT. LOUIS, no. K-ll- s Ctr r 1... JTaeO 11.00 M pxloe re4 ur -- x- The 0, K, Steam Laundry -- - (curler's 7ffJmt ircft ) BABY WH8 is the M0M1 R0RUkA I T VOl!untilCAN!1give AJWRD Your Liundry week to To wail nexl me HAS GONE TO SCHOOL. IX) IT NOW and avoid dissatisfaction. It is strictly a white man's laundry. n v FRANK SMITH. Agent. Uqioi) Qfj; fining JJcfiool fcSjjtf The bnliy lim Ifoiie to school; nh met What Kill the mother do, With never n cull to button or pin, Or tie n little shoo? Ho onn she keep hereU busy nil liny Willi the Utile "hllnlerllitt thin uw Another liket to Mil with lunch, ' to ny. Another "iiood-bye' And the mother slmulsnt thetloorto Her Ixiliy innreli nutty: And turns, with n sUh Hint Is hnlf rtir f And ImHrt something nMn to trrlei. of n isltile future morn, When the children, one hy one, Will ifu from their home out Into tn. world To liit tie with llfenlone: Ami not eten thelwby lie left to chee The ilesolnte home of Hint future yeni Hhe picks up imrinent here nmt then Thrown tlown In cureless hnste. And tries to think how It would seem If nothlinr were dlMilnretl ; U the home werenlwnys lis still ns would she tienr the loneliness? " . She-think-s thi-llo- THE HICKMAN COURIER will give n .ndy receiving the greatest number of vote. $400.00 Forbe. Piano to the Yo.ing Rend the Rules and Instruction! and Vote for Your Favorite: .RULES FOR CONTEST' -- This piano contest will honest and business princibe conducted on strictly ples with perfect juitice to alt concerned. Under such condition a Piano Contest is sure to prove a success. 2. Prizes The first prize will be a Forbes Piano, one of the best on the market today, backed by a leading piano house The Forbes Piano Co., of Memphis, with a capital stock of S500.000. The instrument sells for S400 Ol) Nothing cheap about it. 3. Candidates Any young lady in Fulton county is eligible to a place in the contest. The most popular young lady is the one who shall receive the most votes. To her shall be awarded the beautiful piano. 1. ANNOUNCEMENT &lalrislirJ Session Opens clug. 27, 1908, Our teachers are graduates from leading schools have been engaged in teaching for many years, and vUOUR COURSE IS THOROUGH Students from our school enter the leading universities This is the only preparatory school without examination. that has college boarding plan. Place your sons and daughters in this school. For catalogue address MA.TE-IIS- , C. M. I'xiov CVrv. Ticn'x. The oak in the middle of the forest, which is surrounded on every side by trees that shelter and shade it, runs up tall and sickly; put awa from it its protectors and the first blast will overturn it. But the same tree growing in the open field, where it is continually beat upon by the tempest, becomes Us own protector. So the man who is compelled to rely on his own resouces, from an independence of character to which he could not other wise have attained. Therefore prefer rather to climb up hill with difficulties than to roll down with inglorious ease. Take the sermons you hear home to yourself. If you divide them and parcel them out to your friends and neighbors, and the people in the pews around you, there won't be much of the "good seed of the gospel" left to bear fruit for yourself. One person in a house, who has a lofty conception of God and pure ideas ol life, can lift the whole family to that level, just as the leader of Make up your mind whom you wau for before coming to the office, as the e ..' positively not decide the matter for you, The results of the voting wKl be v :. weekly. Coupons and votes must reach t!. not later than Saturday of each week to ed for the following week. All coupons and votes are deposite ballot box as soon as turned in to office, It. to ballot box will remain in the hands Hickman Bank during contest. An awarding commitee of three will pointed to make final count. The day of closing contest will be an . . 1 at least JO days In advance. Sow subscription Henewitls - l.l - IIJ KIeyrnrsulcrlPtlons per yenr ensh f.' votes. " " l' oles. " Mioles. Ui " Hickman Courier Each copy of The Hickman Courier will contain a coupon good for FIVE votes. gWf 5. General Instructions Results of voting will be published regularly. Vo employee of this paper is permitted to work in favor of any contestant. Votes once cast cannot be transferred to Contest Voting Skim- a (fa . or Hickman, f-- 3. 1008 . r r i n rounq ioapon is goal tnis runo truesti tr FIVE VOTES Md Is htrtby cast fcr NOTICE: Your Water and Light rent is due on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH, and if not paid by the TENTH will be cut off. This took effect November I, another. The employees cMiss must This on broiuht or innllsl to t within TWKSTV HAYNofnlsteiUtlnle'ti-- r Kortws I'm counted. The prlo Is hnmlMime iii of the paper are not to tell whom anyone votes for except in case of alleged error or irregularity. !' ln Your Favorite HICKMAN COURIER giiinouiurinniti The cash must accompany all nouncements to insure their no exceptions. an- One Dollar 1906. Pay at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. office at the Ice factory. Office open from 7 a. m. until 6 p. m. any day except Sunday; and on the 9th and 10th of each month it is open until 9 p. m. Hickman Ice & Coal Co., Inc. A. O. CARUTHERS, Mgr. an orchestra strikes a ringing key ncte to which every musician con forms until the harmony is perfect. A stranger entering a household knows whether the key note there is high or low. There are houses, affluent in wealth and culture, where the discords are incessant, and the meaning of life no higher than that of brutes. But no symphony can compare with the significance of daily life, in a family of gentle words and noble conduct. thousands of men where charity feeds ten ; if he begins to sec how the whole history of the world is linked together, and is God's way of building up humanity and serving humanity as he gets this larger view, and enters into it, life is enriched and becomes itself the minister whereby love is enlarged the is strengthened, conscience school wherein he is educated out of the lower into the higher. feeding IS YOUR HOME COZY? County Assessor: We are authorized to ar.;:.t as candidates for the office d Alienor of Fulton county, iS. "1 t. the action of the Democra'.. mary, Nov. J, the following CHARLES D. ROE (BEN p Commonwealth Attorney: We are authorized to announce as candidates for the office of Commonwealth Attorney of the 1st Judicial District. Subject to the action of the Democratic: JNO. II, WICKUFFE F. WILSON CHAS. BEADLES WILL J. THOMPSON JOHN F. MCCLELLAN School Superintendent. We are authorized to a" as candidates, for the l Superintendent of FulUn Schools, subject to the acti AAAAAAAAAAA4 iAAAAAA AAAAAAA 4 Lost Children. Children lost! lost Harken to the startled cry. Children lost lost ! Oh men, your cities are full of them; and they are your children, your own tender little ones ; mothers, the babies that lay in smiling innocense upon your bosoms; the dear, brave boys that looked up to you in perfect confidence and warm impulseive love. Your homes are lonely without them, your hearts are hungry for their love. Oh, you miss them now ; the darlings of other years; you want the little hands in your own once more ; you want the warm kiss upon your aching brow. But life hurries on, and lost I lost ! ever rings through the darkened aisles of time. One by one the drunkard's graves yawn wide and somebody's darling is gone. Ths midnight revel and the gambling den covers its ghastly dead, and the hemes are in sack cloth and sorrow sits a familiar guest by many a hearthstone, Brave, beloved boys, noble men, fair browed maidens and mature womanhood. Oh, how they fall and perish; and the land is full of "Rachels, weeping for their children who will not be comforted be cause they are not." 1 1 Gum. Ash. Oak and 3 gMapleJf I H Flooring anil Ceiling Let U1 nVurye on our hill, ! 4 McMurray Bros., . Hickman t VWTWTWWYTTWTTWWTWWWWrrW Coiue liiist t'lprtttii Ih jour home property Insured It Mioul.l be )ou niny I neU In hurn out. Take Out a Small Fire Insurance Policy Now and be Safe ! Ita too lute nfler the lire. We tliu IshHT In tliu I' H.. iiiitkn its low rules mill uouiit teltleinenl- - H" any ol Uriii. R. T. TYLER, Agt. Notice Taxpayers. Your state and county taxes for the year 1908 are now due, and. you can save extray cost by paying ear-1- ) You can find either myself or Goalder Johnson, at our cilice at Hickman or City National Lank, at Fulton. Respectfully, Jas. T. Skat, Sheriff F. C. No. 39170 acres fine, well Im proved land, little over a mile east ol this city, for sale at a bargain. dwelling, new barn, out Has building, etc. This farm will bear close inspection from one end to the other. Adjoining farm sold last year for $80 an acre. We will make you this place for about half the Cascade Flour. If you haven't price of the adjoining farm, if you tried it yet you haven't had the get busy. Hickman Courier Realty U st, Call No. 4 C. H. Moore. CO. homes There are many For a good, every-da- y household that do not deserve the name at all. angel give us the woman who Home means comfort, but hen we laughs. Her biscuit may not always have it fixed up so elaborately that be just right, and she may occasionwe must sit in the garret or the ally burn her bread and forget to back yard to genuinely enjoy ourreplace dislocated buttons, but for selves then it is high time we made solid comfort all day and every day a change and turned out the she is a very paragon. Home is not articles and substitute nor life one long un- for them a battle-fielreal homely things that we ending row. The trick of always could enjoy evey day of the year seeing the bright side, or if the mat and every moment of the day. ter has no bright side, of shining up no Men like pretty the dark one, is a very important mistake there. They can appreciate faculty; one of the things no woman beauty as well as the next one, but We are not all they want should be without. that beauty to be of an born with the sunshine in our hearts, order that appeals to their sense of as the Irish prettily phrase it, but home comfort. Of what good arc we can cultivate a cheerful sense of cushions elaborately embroidered humor if we only try. that no head can ever repose on them? Take people by the .hand whom Is there any satisfaction in a room you really wish to help. Don't the furnishing of which cost hunstand on a high pedestal and tell dreds of dollars, when it is only open them to do themselves the honor of at rare intervals, while the owner, jumping to your level Either go to perhaps, sits by the kitchen fire or them kindly and extend to them the in some dingy sitting-rom- , where he friendly hand of christian fellowship, can put his feet on the fender if he or let them alone. wants to, can smoke, and as a great, indulgence, tilt back in his chair? Let the sunshine into the gloomy THE RISE OF A BOY. rooms, have a couch to lie on, a This boy goes to'his business, and at his business begins by simply do- piano to play on; in fact, a home to hosing the things lie is told to do, and live in; one wherein a sense of good cheer exudes from doing them in a common and ordi- pitality and nary way. If he stops here, he re the very tables and chairs, instead mains all his life long a drudge. of a mausoleum of gloomy elegance, wherein everything is for show and But if he begins to see that business nothing to be used. has a significance, that his life is heme-maker- For Sheriff: as t i t " 'iJ We are authorized to announce candidates for the office of Democratic primary, Nov Sheriff of Fulton county, subject to following: the action of the Democratic priMISS DORA SMITH mary, Nov. 3, the following: HERSCIIELL JOHNSON GOALDER JOHNSON DAVE MORGAN , County Judge. We are authorized to ,r as candidates for the i. County Judge of Fulton i Subject to the action of thr to the A. G. KIMBRO L. C. ROBERSON The following are subject November election 1909 C1IAS. : cratic party. o. w. F. WHIPPLE B. ATTEBERRY NOONON W. A. NAYLOR It. F. REM LEY County Court Clerk: We are authorized to announce as candidates for office of Clerk of the County Court of Fulton County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, Nov. 3, the follow- Following are subject to ember election in 1909 : JAMES II. SAUNBER trr j !.. Circuit Court Clerk. We are authorized to ar as a candidate for election office of Clerk of the Fulton Court, subject to the action Democratic Primary Nov. 3, J. W. MORRIS -- ing: S. D. LUTEN S. T. ROPER W. E. MATLOCK tlf i 'tf II. 7. TAYLOR County Attorney: J. L. COLLINS 4 It's a pity when si:k one We are authorized to announce as candidates for the office of the stomach or stimulate the I'irt County Attorney of Fulton Coun'y, and Kidneys. That Is all ' H subject to the action of the Demomeans cratic primary, Nov. 3, the follow, A weak Stomach, Stomach nerves, always. An ' M ing: is also true of the Heart auu KiJ' JAS. W. RONEY ncys, The weak nerves are ALLISON TYLER crying out for help. This en'-11"T. N. SMITH why Dr. Shoop's Restorati " " 1 1 not merely sweeping the store, not merely writing letters, not merely selling goods t if he begins to see the higher life involved in business; if he begins to see that business is a greater instrument of beneficence than that we call beneficence, that trade is clothing thousands of men where charity clothes ten, that agricultural and milling industries are lrt promptly healing Stomach, We are authorized to announce and Kidney ailments. TJje Restas candidates for the office of ive reaches out for the actual tv:: Jailer of Fulton County, subject to of these ailments the fallinp the action of the Democratic priPink Pain Tablets Dr. Snoop's the side nerves." Anyway test stop Headache, womanly pains, any mary, Nov. 3, the following i m Restorative 48 hours. It won't pain, anywhere, in 20 minutes sure. JOE NOONON so soon as that, but you will tm1 Formula on the 25c. box. Ask your ED WRIGHT know that help is coming. Sen cf druggist or doctor about this forJ. B, JONES all dealers. mula it's fine. Sold by all dealers. T, P. BAKER the If you get a sample copy cf Following arc subject to the NovTetleys Tea at Moore's. When Courier, it is an invitation to the best tea costs less than a half ember election In 1909 : The Courier and Com Birr cent a cup why not have it? W. F, BLAKEMORE a year for $1.25. For Jailer. cial-Appe- al