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The Hickman courier: September 10, 1908 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1908 hic1908091001_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: September 10, 1908 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1908 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. OTE MOW FOR VOl? FAVORITE IN THE COURIER'S POPULAR LADY CONTEST. $400 Pi A NO FREE L1VIN0 ..m Oil .iur iMrm"- - ni IDI r Incnl !'" - THE HieKMAN COURIER Ihrtl Pnlla iha A BLUE MARK HERE tnenni t tint your nutx crlptlon hm flxplred. Ilenew promptly If you want th pnper to corns to you nftrr thin montli ..... i.i Ihn Tanm KO rnmm.p.i.l luMiyuii iy uiu jiii i juiiiraa. uJ uuuiioi u upimin uuuu a cum, ui cuai witr nxicj u juur uuayuu, uiu mull) mm uui a nil Lit ufJ i:BT PAPHR IN WEBTERN KENTUBST mull Ml! NO. 13 HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1908. WHOLE NO. 2412 ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 18S0 Uitf? Jtye passing of a Ueel r A limps? UU IIIC Bill (.to More new walks. Cotton coming in. Early Fall Arrivals OF TARGET PRACTICE AT SAGAMORE HILL Eat at Perry nit Misincii. & White's mad restau-ran- t. L. M. Dushart H . a business Moore s. r . t 1 r j I U Moore, k rr Miss Lula Carpenter has been employed as a saleslady in Iieren-de- s' Book Store. , . . .1 O I. it rriwiuruiii. nctuiui mcais John M. Wilson and family, of xchrs at all hours. Moscow, left Sunday after a pleas, tl Cotitr.l... ant visit with I. - t .t.l. Vnnmrr Joe Wilson. wu.u.wi. il.J 4.1. . IV . I i r.t t ti jr tf 1. Mn wn..p Gordon Rice, one of the popular vr, attend school this winter. young educators of this county, was D Cole, wife and children left here Saturday, from Cayce. -i . l T FOR SALE: Fin Brood mare were called on account ot the and saddle horse. Cash uncle. 3 cf Mrs. Cole's or credit. M. A. McDaniel. Up. protracted meeting, conduct-- , . Mrs. Futrcll, hrv. King arid Rev. Gardner, Cottage ElizabethTenn., is of near Grove, visiting PriinAl tin. ... t. wiiii UL TL... her daughter, Mrs. b. H. Bowden. lu iiuuiiiu 11. xiicv in wrrst r w holding a meeting under an The Wingo Outlook hai been con r .11 111 I'diiii. iimr Y..l solidated with the Fulton Commerof this county, which leaves v Klne. of Martin, closed a cial, cjccessful protracted meeting wingo without a paper. & i. M ...... ici. iio. t. Mn-inljl lit trip to Union City, Monday. The only trouble about concrete pavements that we haven't more of itl.lt.., them. Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Art Squares, Oilcloths, Lace Curtains, Rugs, Shoes and Clothing Now await your inspection. We invite you to come ...... m 1 T 1 and see them whether you intend to buy or not a:;. m. .ii n ave ounuav. uuu- Deputy Sheriff Jesse Walker .of . . t i.i jren was organized wnn aooui Fulton was Married Wednesday O If evening to Mrs Nannie Shadrick. a Order the Courier today. u tlic ground rtnd spent a good popular widow of the Tennessee Rev. E. M. Staley was here from ta.kuned day. side. Fulton, Saturday. With 7c hogs, 78c corn, 3c cotton, Ed Jones, one of Moscow's promi 93c wheat and the price of horses nent citizens, was in town Saturday. and mules up in the air, why should Miss Maggie Henry left Sunday J at 10 JO o'clock by Rev. J. the farmer care which way the wind for Bowling Green, Ky., to attend blows? Prof. Carman of the Kentucky school. l,v. vhrt livrs in thin rnnntir niar If its in the grocery line, we can ... State University announces that he j sell it as cheap and as gcod as anyhas discovered a butterfly parasite that eats up tobacco worms. The body. Bettersworth & Prather. u J the temperature fell so low butterfly plants the Insect on the Harry Barrett left last week for . . .i ' i ioik mai mc lumiy ciau worm, which eventually destroys it. Columbus, Ga., where he has ac i i irw inrsr wpre inrrn position with a large lumin WANTED Salesman to call on cepted a r " riiFt i n r ins ninni in inn rn. ber mill. gin and saw mill trade with canty houses. No such cold country Experience has taught us what the line of oils and for sixty years had befallen our celebrated s in Fulton restau and adjoining public expects at a Atlantic Sea coast people as that greases rant. We can please you. Perrv counties. Salary or commission Wednesday night. & White. The Fairfax refining Co., Cleveland, Ohio. i.'ver, popular Candy Cold Just received another car load of ; jauiei caueu rrcvenncs is . i i... i When Tames B. McCrearv retires "Square Deal" woven wire fencing. DO J Better get yours now its goinc fast. . ." f.. in u icw nours, x'revenuci as senator next March he will be Farmers Hardware Co. peace and Si. J to break anv cold com. appointed president of the arbitration league, with headquar John Maxwell, I. C. conductor ir.y aiiu rrevenncs, oeing so ters in New York, at a salary of who was shot by a negro, between n. iren, No Quinine, no laxa $7,500 a year. The position is for Fulton and McConnell, is said to be . . .i t i in a fair way to recovery. , uiiiik naiin nor sicxcning. lite. -- 25c. Sold by all dealers. i Ben Brown, the 14 year old son Fred Hayden, Fulton County's of D. Brown, the blind man, who ran Hog King, has two gilts and one sow away from home about three weeks that have 41 pigs, two of the litter " ' ' " ago, was picked up Monday by the having died. This is another proof officers at Jonesboro Ark., and a that it pays to raise thoroughbred man sent after him. He -- as return stock. cm i vi ed to his parents Tuesday. Charles G, W. Manees, of Cayce, was ton Courier. driving an Alfred G. colt on oar Mrs. M. E. Powell left Monday streets Saturday, which measured for Chicago, where she will reside 14 hands and 3 inches high and is in the future. Her many friends in only a year old.. Wonder what R. this city regret her departure and A. Tyler has fo say aoout that? their best wishes go with her. She J. Elbert Nichols, formerly of was accompanied by Russell John- this city, died at Wingo, Ky., Monin son, who will spend a few days day, of consumption. Deceased was the "Windy City." a member of Hickmai Household The girl or boy who has risen by Columbian Woodmen, in which he vI It II UVjIV II w MrVV her or his father's good fortune carried $1,000 insurance. Nichols from an nil. cloth table cover and was about 23 years old, and worked eating sorphum with a knife, to laces in Luther Watson's 'restaurant ' woru nj'uui una left Hickman. and aesthetic pants, should rememI'M I iMt.llIIU III iiki iin ber that a well cultured mind and penile manners are worth more than ro now showing all the gold in the government's t I I r Smith 8r Jimberg. Friday night at the river. Buy "Square Deal" Fence. -- - i first-clas- f The Dog Tax Law. Among the good results of the Croan dog tax law in Kentucky, the Get the habit of trading at Bet- Glasgow Times mentions the follow tersworth & Prather's. ing: "There is now in the state treas J. C. Browder, of near Fulton, ury something like $95,000 that has was here on business, Saturday. not been claimed for dead sheep, Faris Naifeh and wife, of Fulton, and nearly all of this amount will be were here to visit Hickman rela- eventually turned into the school tive, Sunday. fund. Miss Dora Wiley, of Como, Tenn., "The law is playing havoc with was the guest of Miss Berah the dogs, however, and the Saturday and Sunday. figures show that thousands The only trouble about "Square have been slaughtered in the last Deal Wire" is that it lasts too long. twelve months. In 1907 over 180,- The Farmers Hardware Co., sells 000 dogs were reported by the asses sors ; and this year but 142,000 have it. Deputy Sheriff Goalder Johnson is sick again. Bow-den, Eight weeks' till the primary. And still we hive no hitch-rack- s. Three-year-ol- d Three-year-ol- d Strayed, Cattle. muley heifer red with white back. steer, pale red and white spotted. heifer, solid red. Jersey heifer, pale red. Two and" a steer Four-year-old Four-year-old half-year-o- ld asses-sesor- 's pale red with white spots. All the above are marked with crop and under half crop in. right ear and a split in left, and are branded with letter J on left hip except last one mentioned. Five dollars reward for each one brought to me, or information leading to their whereabouts, J. W. Caldwell. I I " 11 " " I M - w -- k I ''in lino of tho "Wctios" ( ')(! loukoru and '"'It tti stund gorvico 111(1 mmis. A Boyle county man has filed a suit to test the constitutionality of the new school law. He avers that it is invalid because It provides for white or colored schools under the same management and is contrary to the public policy of this Commonwealth and in contravention of the Constitution of the Commonwealth providing for a separation of schools for white children and ne- I'tllirilllimiil 1 (,onu Tl it nnd 300 til0 i.. . . " and big l)()yH nt raiiRing from $1.50 to $7.00 WITH & AMBERG groes. After reviving a laborer supposed- ly killed by electricity, Dr. Peter Oibbons created a sensation by declaring not a person excuted in New York or New Jersey by electricity was ever killed but that they met death in autopsies. Gibbons cites the case of the negro Taylor w.ho was revived in Auburn prison, after electrocution. The authorities wem forced to kill with poisons. Dr. Gibbons has petitioned the state of ficers for permission to revive any man legally electrocuted to prove that death does not result. J. K. Terrett, of Stephensville, Racket Store For Sale. In 1907, $125,786.88 were collectTexas, came in Saturday, to visit ed $32,-33I offer for sale mv business on under the dog law, and but his brother, Geo. Terrett. This is were paid out for dogkilled Clinton street, consisting of racket his first visit to Hickman in 12 years. sheep the remainder going into the goocis ot an Kinds, cigars, candies, tinware, graniteware, glassware, Cement posts will cut down your school fund. fencing expenses. They may cost "The Croan law is a blessing to show cases, gasoline lamps, etc., at more at first, but they will be cheap- the sheep raiser, and a holy terror a bargaiti. If you want something that will afford a good living, see er in the end. Hickman Concrete to the dogs.'' me at once. I will sell at a bar Company please take notice. JOHN KlRKINDALL. gain. The Piano Contest. John Czolgosz, a brother of President McKinley's assassin, was senMiss Carpenter leads again this Colt Show Saturday. ' tenced to the wotkhouse for three week with 11435 votes; Miss Stoker m nths in Sharon, Pa. The police is second with 7820 ; Miss Stone is Col. R. A.' Tyler, owner of Oak- claim that Czolgosz is insane and third with 5675. Miss Stone is. do- wood Stock Farm, one of the finest his case will be investigated. ing very well considering this is only in the state, held a colt show on A Hickman worn an whose hus- her second week, and must evidently Clinton Street Saturday and premband has b;en in the habit of sleep- have some hustling friends. Several iums were awarded the best Alfred others are climbing slowly but sure- G. 1908 foal and Irascible Squarrel ing late on Sunday mornings, adopted the plan of preparing something ly. This week the votes is as fol- lyua toal. Premiums for Alfred G. colts were particularly pleasing to eat for the lows : Suiday morning breakfast. The Miss Mintie Stoker 7820 awarded as follows : p! n worked all right for a time, but T. C. Berry, Woodland Mills, 1st. Miss Lillie Coffey 715 new the husband has contracted the Jack Rogers, Hickman, 2nd. 1 1435 Miss Dosia Carpenter h ijit of eating Sunday morning Premiums for Irascible Squirrel Miss Eunice Meacham 250 foals were awarded as follows : brrakfast in his pajamas and then Miss Bessie Brown 150 g ng back to bed. Bullitt Samuels, Clinton, 1st. 3270 Miss Virginia Royster J. J. Seay, Hickman, 2nd. Miss Kate McConnell 355 Miss Ivy DeBo' ... 1000 The Pacific, No. 2, has been put Miss Pearl Stone., .5675 in the place of the Wash Honshell in the Ashport trade for the Mengel We are pleased to announce that Box Co. This is a iivich larger thai our piano was received Mon- boat and one of the most powtrful rds J?fUT (7n,''fl''i,;' day, and is now on display at Helm on the river. Capt Nichols, of this & Ellison's drug store. The ladies boat, is the man who played so 1'iave a most cordial invitation to use many jokes on the president on his it any time they may desire to do so. trip down the Mississippi, arousing Those who have expressed their the wrath of the president, who re4Wi5s JCena opinion say the instrument is a good voked his license for 90 dat's. Capt. one having a sweet, mellow tone. Nichols was in command of the Fred At f)Miie It is fully warranted for ten years, Hartweg at that time. and we feel sure that the young UlrJiiiC8l;nj, (October tlic irsl. Ninelady who becomes its owner will FOR SALE: 87 acres land, one teen l)iiiinrcit niiii "Uiiilt, ,l)roin have occasion to, feel proud of the mile south of Clayton. Good gift. house, barn, shed and other out'cticn to 3Ilcicn (O'clorlt buildings ; good well and cistern, fine "SUPERIOR" Wheat Drills. young orchard. 1 mile from school 0D7iss tyifliims R. S. V. P. Best made. Sold on easy house. Owner is anxious to sell and terms or good disco'unt for $15 an acre will get it. Additional information on application at this cash. NAYLOR MER. CO., office. No. 42. Jifty printed cards like above, ivilh enveioves to match, Cayce, Ky. for $1,00; 100 for $1.50. Why buy stationery and have the Misses Homer Green, Myrtle trouble oftoriting them? Printing is far superior looks better Roy McKinney and wife drove Venable, and Frankye Reid, Messrs -- is bette The Courier can deliver them on 2 hours notice. over Saturday in their automobile Ira Green, Adolphus Owens, Cowgill from Paducah, visiting Mrs. A. A. Rogers and Guy Hale went to Columbus Sunday. raris and family a few days. 7 sheep-killin- g been found. i,' Cr Iljamson THE HICKMAN COURIER Coieri Wtitrrn Kentucky I.Ike the Dew" W. C. 8PJ3ER nnd J. C. SEXTON, Editor and Fropriotora. ROUND THE CAPITAL Information nnd tfo.iilp Picked Up Her nnd There In Washington. Are wo when wo claim It to bo an effective remedy for chronle catarrnr navo wi t.undant uroof that IVrutia I In real ity f noli a catarrh remedy? 1cl u What is too much for rerun claiming Pc-ru-n- a. Farmers and Merchants Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. Bank what ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR ays of tho principal Ingrctitenia o She rnlt.nl Hlatra DUpemiatorr CASH IX AtlVANCB. pottofllce as Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, second-clas- s mall matter. THE ROTTING OF APPLES. Gen. Rucker Beats Mortality Table tlx Principal Kinds of Dlseate Which Attack the Fruit. There arc six principal kind of rots Hint nttnek apples, nnd prrhnpa thore aro minor nnrs. Those tilx nro the bitter rot. black rot, blue mold WASHINGTON'. Tho person who ago of !)5 has lived brown rot, pink tot and one that haa Ho has no technical no KiirIIsIi nnme, but Is known only long enough. right to go on living, nnywny. by Its Holcntlllo nnme, Altornnrla. Of ltliiu mold seems to bo nble to crow course, they usually do. Just as lots at a lower temperntnro than nny of of people refuse to bo Oslerlied at CO, tho other molds. Some njuiles were but they do It at their own risk, mi Inoculated with the spores of all theso to speak, and In dctlanco of a formolds and rots and placed In cold midable array of mortality statistics. storage at just below freeilng, .11 de This was tho discovery made by grees. At the end of nine weeks tho life Insuranco Interests tho other day blue mold bad spread In all the ap when they looked up tho "technical" pies In which It had been pricked, demise of llrlg. Jen. O. H. Rucker f Washington, father of .Mrs. Philip while none of the other molds had developed at all. H. Sheridan. Tho general has reached This Is Interesting, as showing what the hoary ago of !6. nnd belnc stilt we from fruit kept In cold hale, was surprised by being Informed storage. Its keeping depends largely by tho life lnsurnnce concern which on whether or not the bluo mold has had been carrying him on Its books obtained a foothold on tho fruit. for enrs and years that It was ready On the other hand when the apples to pay his claim. that had been Inoculated with the The action Is declared a startling other rots wcro taken Into a living Innovation In Insuranco annals. Local room where the temperature was at exports could not recall any previous TO degrees, a normal temperature for caae of such action, at 96 or any other human beings, all the different molds age. Hut when they looked up their nnd rots developed with great rapidity. tables of logarithms and trigonometry In two weeks all of tho fruits were they were convinced that tho achalf or wholly rotten. tion was not only justifiable, but Tho lesson to be drawn from this, logical. says Farmers' Review, Is that tho Thcso tables showed conclusively grower of apples must know some- that out of 100,000 Individuals at tho thing about the different kinds of rot promising age of ten Just three may so that ho can tell when his fruit Is expect to round out 95 full cycles. affected. Such affected fruit must be Those three In turn have no right at dealt with according to Its exposure. If It has become affected with blue mold germs It must be put to some Immediate use rather than be put Into beautiful pieces In their Cincinnati cold storage. home, After the wedding Mrs. Her Molds nnd rots are produced by ron believed that the young couple vegetable organisms that cro like would appreciate having for their plants In that some will grow In one dinner tnbl the samo board on which temperature and socio In .mother, they had partaken breakfast on the However, all of the molds and rots bridal day. So It was sent to their that affect apples will grow at above modest home in Clifton. Cincinnati 45 degrees. Therefore In the ordinary and it was set for the first meal after cellar It Is Impossible to keep fruit THE wife of the Republican for the presidency has many Mr. Taft brought his bride homo from that lias been exposed to any of these valuablo possessions, gifts from the tho wedding Journey and ever since rots. Tho germs of the yuIous diseases mighty ones of earth, kings, emperors it has been tho medium of the family are not killed by low temperature: and princes, but her most cherished fare as well as Its most claborato hoi they are only reduced to a quiescent treasure Is a round mahogany table, pltallty. state. Therefore when apples that black with age and showing dally Mrs. Taft took the table to tho Phil have become Inoculated by the forms use. ippines, and again It came back to This table is used by the Taft fam-1- Washington. other than bluo mold como out of the Just now it is care-T whenever storage house they begin to develop their household goods iimy n warned in soil cotton wrap-plnjthese roU very rapidly, and the peo at e set up and has been ever since and stored In the commodlcus ple Imagine that the cold storage ex Mrs. Taft attained the dignity of the attic of the assistant secretary of war, perlenco hug tho power of making married state. It was tho table on .Mr. Oliver, awaiting its resurrection fruit rot more quickly than It other which the wedding breakfast of Hut whether Its noxt appearance bo Howard Taft and Helen Hcrron In tho Whlto House or in the private wise would. We have probably no was served somo odd years ago. good reason for believing this. homo of William Howard Taft. It will Judge Herron and Mrs. Herron. bo the dining table of the family, as The least aggressive rot seems to parents of .Mrs. Taft. were lovers of Mrs. Taft expresses It, while the clan bo tho pink rot; and apples that have been affected with pink rot before old mahogany, and they had many holds together. storage will frequently be nt to sell two or three weeks after the apple come out. of cold storage. York Staats Xeltung and other papers PICKING HIGH FRUIT. Then his actress wife died, leaving him w lflj three children. . Ho moved Bag Which Will Keep Fruit from to Winona, Minn., whero ho took charge ot tho Herald. Bruised. After n few years ho married cealn Peaches, pears, apples, etc.. out of Ho camo to Washington nnd went to reach by ordinary meaus can be gathwork In the storeroom of the governered by using the device shown In tho ment printing office. Tho heavy work WITH simple funeral rites, and only bv a few faithful of lifting documents was too much for friends of his declining years and a the old mnn and ho suffered a severe slnglo representative of the German strain, which made an oporatlon necembassy, tho body of Haron Alexander essary. do All his life tho old soldier woro a an to Hlsmarck and a member of ono of tho roso of red, but ho never told why unoldest houses of Germany, was laid to til a few days beforo his douth. rest In a llttlo cemetery hero tho other Tho story of the red rose was woven day. Two lilies and a slnglo red roso around tho flguro of Hlsmarck, whom reposed on tho plain coffln. It was his ho loved. dying request. A battle which tho Iron chancellor A friend and comrado of Rlsmarck. had been witnessing hail ended, the ho was numbered with the priilo of tho sun was setting on u field of carnage, merman array that participated In tho and Hlsmarck, with bowed head, Franco-Prussia- n war. Ho married a turned and rodo away, his aids around princess of royal blood, but he erred him. Picker for High Fruit. once. It is said, and, rather than have Tho Ilguro of a young officer In the accompanying illustration, without tho finger of , scorn pointed at him by full prldo of manhood lying whlto-facehis comrade!-- he quit tho army nnd bruises, says the I'ralrle Farmer. on tho Held cnught tho eye ot Rend a stout wire In a circle and came to America. That was 28 years tho prlmo minister. Without a word sew to It a small bag. Attadi tho ago. His princess wife divorced him. ho dismounted, picked a red roso from In New York ho married an netvess a bush near by and pluced It over tho wire to a long pole. This will enablo you to pull fruit from tho top of a with whom ho fell In love. Tho fam young officer's heart. And aa ho ily prldo of tho Do Purys Is great, and placed It thero n tear fell from hj treo without Injuring It. he was disinherited and his allowance eye. So, when the old baron died, of J300 a week cut off. HAND PICKED. unknown, they plnced a red When ho was disinherited ho turned roso on his breast, for they knew his Tho amateur pear planter should to Journalism, workltig on tho New secret ut last. stick to the tried varieties. Asparagus culture has been Onrdenivs now sow the seed In rows in rich, well prepared land has undertaken. Other Important data and cultivate it llfco other garden will bo collected through special chan-nels- , crops. Including stnto conservation comTho oxpor of fruit offers much to missions now being formed and sevbo hoped for in tho future; us tho eral of tho national organizations foreign markets are ofton willing to at tho Whlto House conferpay a vory high price for American ence. f.ults. Hy early fall tho commission expects Tho soil of tho orchard needs manto havo sufficient material to begin tho agement Just as surely us does tun only n short tlmo 1ms study of tho Inventory of tho country's toll of tho Held in which vegetables ALTHOUGH President Roosevelt resources and by tho middle of Ocnro growing. It needs to bo kept appointed tho national conservation tober It hopes to havo tho creator part with tho uleuiouta of plant food. commission, tho work of taking stock of this material In hand, bo that of tho nation's resources has been full commission, which will hold tlu Its Bugs in Melons. begun. It will bo carried on vlgoious-l- first meeting December 1, may toi;o The bugs that Isfest molons and to oirjblu tho commission to make up at onco tho study of data which tho ashtiu aro a merciless horde. It Its report to tho president by Janu- summor's work has brought together. tedious to kill thtim by hand and ary 1, 1909. Ono week lator tho commission will poisoning them Is vory unsatisfaclargo amount of tho material ou hoIA- a Joint meeting In Washington tory, (let a lot of empty strnwberry waters, lands aud minerals Is avail- - with tho governors of tho stntos or boxes, tauk gauzo ovar thorn am in. able iu tho oxecutlvo dopartmont, tho their representatives, with tho view ert ono over euoh melon; ueaus or winch with the atute tho lugs will liavo to htay away then. operation In the havo offered their co of closer task tho commission commissions. may-expe- ct H-i- that ago to expect that leather Tlmr will dole out to them an average ot moro than six months apiece. .More than that would be overdraft, for lion otitis which the guardian of the hour pines and the scythe should be held dlr.'ctly responsible According to these snmo mortality tables Ufa U seen to be n thing of unrcr tnlntlcs. They prove unquestionably that the longer you llvo tho older you nro likely to bo before you'le That Is to say, while tho expectation of life decreases as the ago advance It does not fall away nearly so fast ai that advance. The youngster or ten can count on living to bo nearly 6!, but when h has leached the manly ago of 21 hi cnances are ucttcr. lie can now count on rounding 62. At 48, rotund nnd Jolly, his chances aro tho bos for living out tho allotted span of throe score years and ten. Hut that Is not the end of his hope by any menus. When ho guts to be CO his expectation lncrease.4 to 75. edging away Just like that oluslvo pot of geld at the end of tho rainbow Hut at 75 the chances of life still glv him six more years. At SO his chance aro ot the best for seeing 81. but If on tho gambling chnnce that Is his, h marches on to 90, there is still n year and a half to his account In tho na tlonal bank of life. t at 05 you come to the end of the mortality tables. The account ha dwindled to six months, nnd If you nro nbstlnato enough to go right on living, tho statistician simply don't know what to do with you unless he pays the claim, calling you "dead.' and thus keeping the tables correct membrane lining varloua oruanaof tho human body. Another Ingredient of Pcrnna, cory riall formtwa, la elaaonl In the I'lilted Hiatrn niaiynsatory a a tonic. (Vdron seed I another Ingredient or IVruna. Tlio United State IH.iwMi.a turv aav of tho aotlon of rrdron that It la used a a bitter lonle am". In the treatment of dyitentery, and In Inter mlttent diseases aa in substitute lor nnlnlne. Hend to ik for ft free book of loatl menial of what the people think of IVruna a a catarrh remedy. The Ih1 evidence la tho teatlmouy of thiwu who have tried It. USED CHURCH A3 SCHOOLROOM Aaton- urai, The Vnlted Htatea l)lpcnatory say of thin herbal remedy, that It l largely employed In tho treatment of iirprnrm hvdr.itl oanadrn.K or golden Take, for Instance, tho Incredlent ....ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS..,, That wo oflcr to depositors. Other inducements lire of RecontUrjr Importance. Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage, It. UUCMANAN, President. J. A. THOflPSON, Cathltr. . DIRECTORS O. n. Threlkald, J. W Alen-vtH. Huchanan, J. J. C, Itondilrant, H. M. I.Ur, I)r, J. X. Hubbard T. A. Ledford, THE SAFE8T AND QUICKE8T WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY Proceedlna That Somewhat lihed the Sexton. LONE DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER Bridal Table of Mrs. William H. Taft 1 whether to regard the matter In tho light of a desecration or a devotional exercise. He paid no attention when the three women, watched by a man who stood at tho lower end of the nlsle, walked tho length of tho church nnd back again. Kven when they made the trip a second tlmo ho scarcely gavo them a thought, but when tho trio started around the church n third tlmo and the man called out, "Step n little more briskly, please." he began to wonder, nnd presently made Inquiry. "I hope you won't Imj offended," tho mnn replied. "1 am a physical culture Instructor. I am teaching thcso younjt Indies to walk. I have already taught them to walk In tho street. In tho drawing room. In the theater and crery place elso they arc likely to find them I am now teaching them to selves. walk In church. Wry few women can walk thero properly. Some IIk some swagger, some skip, others adopt mincing gait. All these styles ore very Inappropriate for church. A dig' nlfled, subdued gait alone Is sultablo for devotional purposes. Church la the best place for pupils In walking to receive practical Instruction, therefore I havo brought them here." "Great fathers!" gasped the sexton, What next?" Rut he said no more till the walk Ing exerclso was ended. Then ho fof lowed the class to tho door. I hope," he said, "you will practlco tho lesson learned by coming hero to church onco In a while." OCULIST A MAN Tho sexton of one church that keeps open doors all day long didn't know CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPH CO. IWill Build YouaHome O.N KASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS. It will pay you to Invutlgato this plan. It will Intirtit yiu Iff yiu art paying rant. t carry tho only complata tin of bulldmr material, butldnr'i ware, aaah and door to tie found In the city. My prlcea aro right. be the judge; call aud ae. hardYo W -Call on or telephou TDOTOUDS ... OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND . . Absolutely THE BEST- ua when In n-- . Hillionaire Canned Goods. Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. d a OF RESOURCE. or KKKDriTL'r of OHOCKIUES. KUESU MEATS KS. W1I-lla- Has a Blind Beggar Woman to Adver tise Hla Builnesi. Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. Red Rose on Coffin of Bismarck's Friend Be-in- g Pury-Herv- Enterprise takes various forms. In Warsaw. A young oculist. finding that patients were fow nnd far between, hit upon an original means of advertising. He engaged a blind woman who sit nnu Degs uy tno Church of the noiy Cross to hold a light board whereon are written his name, add reus, pnifes slonal qualifications and consultation hours. As the church la In tho busiest tlioroughfnro of the town tho nollco attracts a good deal of attention. The beggar herself says she Is quite ant with tho results, as many notice her who would otherwise jasa by, and as tho doctor has added his nssurunru that she Is hopelessly blind benevolent old ladles throw coppers Into her tin mug, sure that their money Is not waited on nn Impostor. It Is not yet known whether the number of patients has Increased. even m-o- Ledford&Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS KSTAI1L1SUK1) l&K. TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Succeaior to II. O. Itamage, dcocaiel Harble and Granite Honuments CURDING, HICKfUN. SIONB ; : WORK of all : KUNTUCKV kinds. IRON PGNCINO. TUNES FAIL TO KILL; MAY BUY. Aged Flute Player Makes Sure by Try ing Score of Pieces. d rovolu-tloubte- Commission Getting Data on Resources d little old man entered a largo music shop and asked the assistant to show him a book of flute music. Hore, sir. Is a very lino selection," said tho asslstant,."and cheap nt half a dollar, seeing that It contains no fewer thnn CO airs." Tho old man took tho book, opened It, and bid It on a hhclf. Then ho took his flute out of his coat pocket, screwed It together and began to play softly tho first tune la tho book. When ho had finished lh first tuno he turned tho page and played tho second. Then lw played the third. An hour later ho was still playing. Tho assistunt thought it was tlmo to hurry him up u bit. Well, sir," he said, "do you think tho book will suit you?" 1 llko these so far vory much. thnnk you," said tho old man. putting his Instrument to his lips again, "but I hnvo only played half tho tunes so A Davidson & Stilus Meet Your Friends AT Lauderdale's DENTISTS. OFFICII: Hickman, ICy. Ovur CowkUI'b drug more. Union City, Tenn. In C. B. A. building. Tonsorial Parlors lis it In nickinan. Hot and re! bntlu; oloctrlo light and fn. Iiydraullo chair and cverytbici: for comfort. Next door to Jones' Cafe. 1 Clinton Street, Hickman, Kj J. W. Itoney. W. J. Mc.MurrT far!" Casli Book Store Splendid Selection . . . Roney & McMurray, In all sup-tille- d y English Sense of Humor. hs burluiquo skotches on English history Hill Nyo Hpoko of Julliih Caesar's jumping Into tho water as ho npproached th Knglleh coast, wadlrg ashore, running up to Ion- don, and walking thfough Regent In ono of New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, Notions, Etc. Call and aeo our stock. Everything LAWYERS. Btate. Practice the court in thl 01 street - fulr-Blzt- "An acquaintance of initio reported to mo," said Mr. Nye, "that ho had asked an KiikIIhIiiimii low ho liked tho btory. 'Not nt all, ut all was tho icply. 'ThiiUfellow Nyo doesn't now what ho's WxiuL There wasn't my Regent street then, )oti know." contractu. Notary I'ubllc In office. Deed, mortgage and all kind" . HICKMAN, KY. Office over Ilokomb' it drug W- - MauBerendes&Companyl Round About the State Whnt It Going On Different W0 ,THE AMERICAN BLACK HAND WOMAN IN THE CASE ADMITS THAT SHE ACCOMPANIED SLAIN DOCTOR HOME. "A MAN SHOT PRECISE. Sections of Kentucky. in W MORE PARDONS re ME," HE SAID WIFE'S ILLNE86 1 Granted . ft. uy rvcniueny Governor. . .i I - .. urrivv j . innittrd Danker t0 Hit Capture. Home, and Led Priaoner Denle Killing Knowing Anything of 8ulclde Theory Abandoned, Ky.--(lov. Cox pardoned! W Hire rn nr. a term In Hum Iiir m the (f inli-s- . Jnlt .oiitcnros nml rllng )k,omi from the hank at Morn-- i i,, i prison who li.nl boon Indicted ami not I hand Int full. Hire mine lion- from New York lo I Tin untiled riuo U not n night if. In tj.i' however, but ono In which l" with ?i In wife, who Ik to hiiiIitko : v. Is nro or both allien Im.l boon serious operation In tho (loud Hitninrl li tntl Iiriwiilliil ttWi,rtnr ...i. l..Lff.r.i IN- - wan jiMK Id lcvlne, of Morcer county, itires'od by the pardon d, having born I directly after ft Ih mrlnil. tin i.nvlct . .. . . l II.. flat t. .Itlu.... i ... II ( Sullivan. Jnllor of HiiHHoll rntin- - hi Hownn roiinly, mid taken unci, id w;u pardoned of the Indictment for Mnrhoiid for tils examining '.rial. Alton say Itliv hat boon o ''lib neglect of duty lo IiIh prla-. mid I'orto Itlco sine lonln.r Morn- i ... .. . - rrrtnkforl Kv ,nr tntn inn' - I" riiti - i , ill. . . Cate Trantferred Oetplte 01 j Marflli Jectlon of Defente. McDowell, ngod 0, of !) . (Diinty, was pardoned of a one' Huabnnd Admita the Kilting Waa Jackson. Ky Th trlnl of nil sentence for shooting nt with- Dona During n. Qunrrel, But wvtmdlng The old man hnd been llnigls for the murder of IiIh father, Clalma It Wna Accident. pnl by I'm "hlKhl riders." and i Judge J.i III e Itnrgls, will be held In county, Judeo Allium trniiMfi r- i of the men. Nonl lo iirlnon for lb r turned Home nfler lili terminnn me cnn to uiai county. f Mm 'Ilio niot terrible killThe rommoiiwenlth hud objected io i iipKeil nt Hie old liinu until bo ... II I tr i II.. Id titil.iii tmlnamli linn ITIIII Ivioi.iB llilaei 111 tin nnun, viiuiic ing riiimiiitteil in (tiratrr Iknton finer In aa.v ii lnnlufll (iiiiifii iniium B. IIIIII n II'' irl, I lie that it fair trlnl could not be hnd. the death of Sihmi (ip.iry, a rlinrin EAhiNu mui lovuh uiu, iH motion fur n change of venue wrn four jear ago, nnd one which rctrmhlnl Kraiitcd. nml Kstlll enmity was named that trngrdy in iletniln, .t diixiooed . The turxi t if llniiora .Ionian, an C rl Wtdi Him, and Now Me It on . ,dc,. where tho trlnl should ho Rojd to Recovery. iigiil yearn, wu dieoveriil held. in a trunk in a Uiiiriliii liinuc on Heacim Amotion for hull In behalf of b -- lavlllr Ky Serloimly III of n IIiukU will be miide by IiIh Mtloineyit. Hill. Ijiti-- the hrnd ami Imiiioh of the Dr. II. Don y . !l.atl( n of dhionnrM Jinlii were finiinl in the ftirnuce. of the aged 23 i hmter rovlvid Farmera' Congret Oeltgate Named. Jiinluu home, while the hair ami other r 'lie moment thut liu hiu wdijeu Krunkfort, Ky tlov. t.'ox niolned rrmuiiiH Here taken from the kitchen Mikm Inn llrent Mojdy. the following delegate from Kentucky range. Wi.-.- r hruter waa In bed, and mviiral lo the Nntlonal Kanurnt' l'onr;ria, Cltrntt-an actor, .Ionian, ngi-. ,n hnd declared hU condition which will convene nt .MndUoii Wis., hiid by the , rhurgnl with the mur.Moody enmc to IiIh bednldo aeittmber 21: (1. N. Mitlrew. lUyoti; der, and tonight, according to the T. T. Ilam tt. llenderKou; J. T. Hmlth, rurned him. nnd, when Wlnrh"he miide a coinplete ninfi'Hiiiiiii. Ilurdln-buriIx'Knn to (sink, tho loveti jTliud to Dry Fork; John IV Hitawell. Jordan, when trapjMil in hU home by V. T. S. Illnckbiirn. Dr t; nr'led nl oner. Hideo; lilin-e- lf to remony wan (wrformed In Ibo t 'liar liu II. Ilerrymnu. 1'xluKtou; Hun the Milicc, wan Miinprlloil Tit; I'lDilclntiK aald that Win- - Jiiiien. Shelby villi ; Shelby HInttermnn, 0mii the trunk. A he thiow hack tint tinliiR at r waa now on tho rond .o it Maynlltk; John H. tlnrdner. Wlnelnt-v- i lid lie nank Mihbing to the tliHir. Aceordlng to lunlnn'i confeHMon, he ry ter; Jua. K. Honworth. MliIdloHlMiro; Mrj Mnrheter I a nnllro iif Hop- - Joi n f. Wnlera. li iilentnll) killiil hi wife in n ipiairrt nnd would hnv Kradunti-- i at tliiir home, nnd, depcrate Flcod of Application!. j ' rained nuriie n Dcccnitmr. oer what he hud dime, he went out Kmnkfott. Ky (iov. Wlllson la be. and bought a butcher knife and av, Hatching Paratltea. . lug llcNided with application'! for tho cut up the laxly and plaitil the torMi in At the Kentucky ex. poult! in on the bonnl iif control which. a trunk. He then planned to take the .:i.ni;tmi. K . - nn.'. MUtlon l'rtt. (lorninn la It U nimorrd. will aton be mnde vo itemner llurxaul, which nan vlicilllled ie:liiieiiH cf tho Apnntelea e.ilit throiieb the roHlciliitlon of Dr. to leave lat night fur New York, and I i'.KMuit, (be pi.rni.lte of the Mlllon llcmnl. Mnny at the applkntit . i. mi .. . urnouga throw the purtn of the body overUuirtl. .. A fiii.' ilm't ni'n it Inlmi1.! ..i... " iiiHNure iiov. wiiihou uiai. Tho fart that the llurvatd fteaniHhip gr. rr brought lo the atntlon to (npy Vote.l f..r him nr(. uiin luiil otf diiiarniiiged his phiim nnd , i worm covered with tiny white i1nltt Ull m r,,ja,)t;. infnrnutlon he un ohligeil to hire u hack driver to in lie wanii'ii io Know wnni iiii, thm n,iv Vlllnmi take the trunk to n Iniarilin lion-- r to m ,in The prcifoH()r told him to will niipoint mi demorut v. bo a mure faorable opHirtiiuity. j :c .gain and he would explain It linn never arratrhed Jhn ticket. ': h lie put the wonu In n glnaa ' r r.. the p.iranlte were hntcbed Even FARMERS UNION IN WRANGLE Barred. H he number of fcoveml luindn'di I'rankforl Ky Soiling whlaky to a , Ml , Ih like liikcctH. They will Inm., . III Minimum la Voted Down by H niiiiniuii till "t 'u'cd to iir.y uiKii the worm nml 8lln,n. N Cotton-Orowert m,.elU KroundH to Convantion. hi ;r Fort Worth, Te.- - While no oflicm! wnrrimt a tilting of thi lhl. In tleopln- ' of Judgi Hfrndun. ,who Hiifil John of the National FannerV I'liiuit will ail te "Muihrooma" Three Are Dead dn etmta mil that a li veI miiiiiiiuni price for cot a naloolikoeper. $'J.r )T.iiborii. Ky W II limn llnalnger Kinney,city court. A wltucrta and ivnllllitl ton hut Urn decidiil on, it U certain In the I hh two ao ua, of Mclati county, ., t 1' " ... that klieh action w.ih taken ttnlay, after t .l.n nnd hla wife la In a critical " ,T,"''n " )lnav " "nl?" The rout ro erne , it r m an the reaull of entlng what l a Htoriny on'"r 'i Ih uiidrrHtiHxl, arone over the prict to 'hniight were m..hrK,.na. liny wl,Ukj g r gathered a quantity of fuilgila one faction favoring - ccnta, anTa,t and Bran Attacked. wh on n hUkory lug. nnd took other 14 ci'IiIm. Ky-T- nl( Hryan UmUvllle, and ir ; f. r bin wlfo to cook. lUtyalngor The ilUeiiHtiou at time mi I li h two boy ate henrtlly of thojwro attneked whn th- county V. 0. heat (il and hitter that it wiih fe.m l .Mm, llnynlngur ate vury apnr- - T. I. llxtencd lo .i apeoch by Hev. U h the delegatoH would come to Mown. c I'lcket. atato prohibition nrgnnlztT. M ,,t them became violently! I When the mutter finally came to a K ro(lg- ililaio!; feffrTlnB to Taft a few hiiiini. vote a minimum wan defeutril, . lou lnller. that UintarlanlMii niii hilt they Mlroeodtil ill wciirili the ailop Plucky Woman Saved Fireman. ' rnual to Inlldollty. nnd 'thut Hryan wan' tlou of a resolution to tho eHeet that Ky - Am Fireman Tom the "mntl tolnl or rnnillilntc ovIIh.T villi the juice hIiiiII Ih- - in force only fur :ilir db appeared through a nky-thirty ilaj, the national handling com Ann Rogera 8noddy Dlea. iliwnwurd where llamof wero hot Mra II ('. Price, of thU, KfJInvlllc. Ky. In Mr Ann .(us rs uiittee iH'ing eniKwerel ut raUc or him by n foot. Tboatraln Snoddy, 7S, Sho (Hod hero, one .f tho luuer it u the fin- of thu nop thru eeliuil to JllHtify. K at for the plucky little worn- j oldeat pioneer fnmllleK of KMUimky b" alio hehl rn until help came. win leproaetited. Mm. Snoddy wa '.tli --j :ik dragged on to a lloorlng native of (iliingow. Ky., whuri- her fn HOT ROAST FOR OFFICERS Hogurn, wlei wa a it n H'B I conations condition, but latin i ther, Dr. llcirK j iluiKeudnnt ot Hogor I'l.trk, Grand Jury Blntnee Them for Negro n t! lived for yearn. Biota at BprinKfleld. Delknap Realgna. i Springliehl, HI. Tho gr.ml Ky .Motrin Uuhvllli. Holknap. A Grava Olfenae. called to proln- - tho recent race riot ' of the Lincoln plko commit 1Julnvllle,' Ky. Knocked ilovti In jury of the IxiiiImvIIIii Commercliit WoHtern cemetery bore at 1 o'clock In ailjiiiirmil tonight, after returning ncven more indictment. Thin niaket a ' i lun rcHlgned. HIh aucccHaor will tho morning nnd robbed whllj wna tii-ijii.iied Tho chnlimnn will deal lying acrotH a itrav, was tho 'nlo Pihl total of 117 during the setiion. Among h ih problem of totihtructltiK a the imiIIco by l.tila Wllllauix. WTIIInm the iiidietiueutM returned thin afternoon '"' it pike from 1iulavHlo to tho Smith, I'd. wna Jailed for tho hold up, four were ngaiuit SpringlicM poliie-men- . - - Vi furni at llodgi nvllle. but tho woman wild arrested for ill1 The reH)rt condemns alleged "co orderly conduct, Miscrranta In JelfeVaon. nuU" among the ofllcialx and says: I- r till' Ky According to T. D. Babea Perlahed In the Fl.imfs. "We uiliemu in uumeuured teruii s; n dty employe, who live with NuiIkii, Ky. John Sprou.s", charged the cuuurdly, couteniptiblo action of tally Miuili f the clly. aome one with .irHon. wa8 brought bore under ln, ft . II o to IiIh homo whllo only IiIh heavy guard. HoiIh ihciihoiI of having thone nienibiTH of thu (ndlee foice, tr ild m n wiih at home. On tlio not tiro to tho roHldehce of (iiuiloa having tuken the oath of office, failil nuni nlKtit HtlvoM aaya he wiu C'ooiior, near fhoiokco, roHiillliu; In to do their duty; melt who ale paid kiln d mid unw fuvcrnl masked the doHtriicllou or III. prouoily and from money obtuiiied from tho pockets of the of this city to prutc t I' 'he ynid. tho Hvoh o( two or Toopor'H chlldi'O't life and piupertyt men who were or dered by tho heads of ilciart incuts or Lyncher Foiled. Vote la Canvaated. 'Il'll Kv mnli nf "On iiiiiuVml Covington. Ky. Tho congroHHlonal the (Hilice to go out and ilierhc tlio ' u I'cd Hit county Jail hurt lato idininlltco mot and ennvansod tho mob, and nut only failed to use a club, i 'nil' ili iiiiiiidlng Jonii Siirouiie, nc of the cotwohhlonal primary handle a pistol, or raise a voice against '1 rr having burnoil th roHldiiuc election, and made no change In tho the moh and on the nide of law and or two children or CIiiih. Cooi.er at llguioH., Khlnock'. i!vr, but Home of whom me hIiohu Io The result ,U; r r ikre The nherlfr hud tratiHfertl'J I,.tll; KlllHton. 3.1'JS; (looch, 2,76 luo aisistis hy net and uoul in doing irl oncr lo Cutle'tHburK. llodg' l.yt'.; Cl"iuy. !ia; Nndaiid. 5ti0. the work that has bnnight ilestruc tl 'ii to thousaiidi of dollaiH of propel ty Three Thouaand Attended. Child Labor Law In Effect. I 'lltiah, Ky -- Throe Ihouaund Ky. Tho child labor lnr Krankfoii, Lunatic Givea Free Show, tho Tobacco AhmmiI.iIIdii ennclod laft wlnlur beoatiu' clToctlvo Worth, Te. A delirious patient 'lv ir tliU and iidjolnliig counties at Soptcnibor 1. Nojhlld umlor 1C yonrs ccucd from a college hospital today aieoclien went miulu by or ago U permitted, to work uiiUhh bo and, chid in night dress, stood oil' tlio J 'i H, Allen, ("apt. W. J. Hlouo ami Iiiih a corllllcuto hIiowIiik ho In tho city policu for nearly live bourn. Ho 1 or n ranilly. climbed lo the top of tho lion uoik of tho UiM'k lluud Hnilriud bridge, a hunSmallest In Year. Conductor Loat a Foot. klmt Ky...Tho lulanco In tho Loxlngton, Ky. Intoruihau car N'o. dred f(vl iiIkho the watern of Tiinity r 1 "rv of the atnti) Ih $0fi.S5O.9S, tho in:!, on loulo from (leorgolowu lo tho liver, and crlinl to his pursuers that he ' nniount at thin time of tho lotidou uvcutiu car barn, coillilid villi would jump iutw the river if they en'" m a number of yuuiit. Tho nut-'I- I two box cure. Throo men waro bmlly deavored to take him. Finally ho was k wurraiitB aro tit Injur tl. I.hUii (Ulor, coniluolor, loiit secured, in tho piccuco of several han' "H'1l ,. dled persons, hut broke from his captor a fool. and, in tho chiuo which followed, hi ankle was sprained. t ail.pnen, n rural mine enr cf Mt SierllnK. nml Krnoat Horn b iwillri.iimti nl ihn linll lirirlf nt ' i ..IHn u.r.. tinntfitwwt flip inrrv. II I i. ' estill. co mtv - - runn-- BODY FOUND IN TRUNK RAILROADS WIN RATE. CASE it mealed wonioti!. Decialon Applioa to Both Fnaaenger nnd Freight Rntea. ORUUSOME CRIME UNEARTHED injunction St. Paul. teinHrary BY POLICE OF BOSTON. - lli-e- ,.- i ntlll r a 1. 41 IT M uulu r 'ar, r rlt-M- il mi1Ii-o- nl - c; was granted today by Judge Vamlevcn-te- r of the L'nitisl .State circuit court, restraining the operation of the Kienjier Inw in Arkansas. The court Imlds that rntes nie confiscatory, an well n the freight rntcH orderrd hy thfc , Arkaiisan llMilrond Commission. A teiiiKirary injunction will he grant. sl as prayed for, but it will tie required for the protection of shippers and pas. engers that each railroad company execute a Ismd in the sum of $'JI)U,0OO, conditioned that it will keep a corrtrt account, showing a resjsHitH every car rugv of freight or passengers, the dif fcteliro between the turlir actually rlmrgisl anil that which would have been charged hud the restraining rates been applied, and allowing the particular car riage ill question, tile stations Is'tweell which it occurred and the name of the person affected, nuch record to Ih- - miide and kept subject to the further oidel of the court, and also conditioiusl thut the exwss charges shall Im returned in each instance to the party in interest within a reasonable date. .lll d GEN. STEWART LAID TO REST Old Comrades of Loat Cauae Pay Loving Tribute. St. Ixuis. fien. Alexander 1. Stewart, with one exception the last of the lieu tenant generals in the army of the Confederate State", who tiled at lliloxi, Mis., lust Minday at the age of SO, was buried in Itcllafoiitaine cemetery, this rity, this nfttmoon. In accordance with the custom of the t'nited Confederate Veteran", the interment was not markea Icy the call of the bugle or the t of the drum, for, in the nhcncc of tlicc martial tributes, the veterans of the list Cause signify that their wurfare is over. Though the funeral was ill character, yet the services weie tribute to the dead a an educator, father and ( hristiun, rather than as a military commander. .Military feature-wer- e not lacking, however, for picmlsTs of the St, Imis camp of the l'nitisl Confederate Veteians formed a double column through which the casket was Isn into the hearse, and escorted the funeral cortege to the grave. Despite the reipn-s- t of the family that flowers !o omitted, the casket was buried under floral tributes, some of which had come from cities. At the head of the casket .was a cross of white asters, Japanese lilies and tuln'roses, the gift of the (ion. A. P. Stewart chapter, United Daughters of the Confed erney, of Chattanooga, Tenn. Across the foot of the casket and almost hiding a Confederate Kittle tlug, the gift of the St. Louis branch of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, wa a uilm spray tied with roil and white streamers, the colors of the Southern cuilso. This tribute was sent by tin: New Orleans chapter of the D.iughtets of the Confederacy. ln-a- -- !,. . ,,,,,,0! .,,i,rir.i Llfe-Save- old-lin- aait 12-Ce- r.- - 1 ,,r..ri,it. , a' Omaha, Nob., SepL I. The murder, on tho thrcahold of his home, of Dr. Fred lliistln, former Yalo haHoball Htnr and ono of the most prominent surgeons In tho West, In Ira baffling promised to rival the Hoard Walk shooting at Atlantic Clly. That the pollco bcllcvo n young wntnnn figured In the case wnsAevl-deuceThursday when Chief of To-lic- e Donohtic summoned n MIsh Iona Hurnley to his office nnd Interviewed her for three hours. Shu admitted thnt she wa- with Dr. HiiHtln lato Tuesday night and Hint, about midnight, sho walked with the phyalclan to within two blocks of his home. She declared Khc knowH absolutely nothing, however, about tho killing or Snythlug thnt might lend up to It. The ikjIIco nro holding her for further Inquiry. Police Not Notified for Hours. The phyHlchin was found fatally shut, either on his front porch or Inside the front door of his home, early Wednesday morning. Chief Dono'.iuo learned Thursday that the ihjIIco were not notllled until several hours after the tragedy was discovered and just before Kiistin died. Ills wife declares her husband said: "A man shot me," Just before, ho lapsed into the coma preceding death. In spite of thu examination of tho young woman. Chief Donohue announced Thursday that after 2t hours of Investigation ho had been unable to clear up the mystery of Dr. Hustln's whereabouts between midnight, when he left MIsh Hurnley, and .1 o'clock Wednesday morning, when Mrs. Hits-tisays she heard his groans and found him dying. On Professional Call. Kustln left his home early Tuesday evening on a professional all, he said. The meeting with Miss Hurnley took placo late In the evening. As lato as 10 o'clock the doctor talked to'frlends In a downtown drug store, nnd he was seen again shortly before midnight In the "Hub" saloon. It was after this that Miss Hurnley says she and a man companion accompanied him to tho vicinity of his home. After thnt the trail Is loit. The police are believed to have discarded tho suicide theory entirely, as no weaon was found near the physician's body. Kustln is the third of his family to meet violent death. Wllklns Kustln, a brother, was killed 13 years ago while being Initiated Into a secret Vale fraternity, and Charles H. Hus-tihis father, died mysteriously and suddenly In the Klondike !n 1905. tea-tured n Miss Sentimental Tell tire, Milton, that I'm the asked to marry you?" Mr. Manyack Do you present month or do you as well? Ono me, are you first you're mean thl Include laat Appreciates Teachera' Work. woman says that when her children bring homo tholr school at the end of the month sho always finds five minutes In which to wrlto a personal letter to tho teachers. If thcro is something that tho children haro learned that surprised her she writes a note of thanks and appreciation, and If tho roports nra unsatisfactory sho writes offering to help tho teacher In any way she may suggest. Needless to say, tho teachers aro appreciative, aa any ono will know who has evor taught schooL A few ta Baseball Technicality. weeks ago somo boys were) playing ball in an apartment honsn yard. A colored waiter camo out ot the kitchen nnd In a very cross manner told them to stop right away. Ono boy, who had gono to get a drink camo hack and found the others making ready to lcavo; ho asked, wonder-Ingl"What Is tho matter?" and another one calmly answered, "the gams was called oft on account of darkness. OUT IiniVEAM) MAT.Ailf A lit I LI) LI- - TItR HYBTKXf. Olit Tk tbTONIC. StsnJsnl (IIIOVK'SyouTAHTH' KfV . 11I1I.I. You TO y, know r latlng list Tbs formula l rlslnlr prlntod on Tr botila, ahnwlnc I tit tltnplr Quinine and Iron Id alaststcta form, ana ths boh rSrctual torn, for (row people and children. fiOc. wonder why women, aa a rule, talk bo much? Her Oh, I suppose It tires them lesa than listening to men's talk. Him I In Hicks' Capudlne Cures Headache), Whether from colds, heat, stomach or nervous troubles. No Acctanllld or dan gerous druKIt's liquid and acta Immediately. Trial bottle l'Oc. Itegular 3c aaA Wc at all durggiata. - When a rich man la seriously 111 ha sees a lot of people standing around waiting for his old shoes. aLjflHRli2ak .ABaarTBBVaaaaKlBasa.- '' ' stbTbT aLw LaVkaaEaaa ieaasaQaasraw aBPajjB Wlkwy...BBBa rejaa1 aLV aV'iHemaaa. Bpaaj av-'- WptBV v lajjja '..,.. ",. 1 1 I 1 Ju If -- r . '' l 1 i I.' - - - c . HHH-ia- l m REFORM Law OFFICIAL IS FINED 1 - ' i io-tur- s 1 pd-,,tndo- il lt Hiip-po- rt 1 Ml - Mid-niKh- . ' , Prints Paper on Hla Farm. ern division of tlio city court of KanMiami, Ok., Sept. 1. Published on sas Clly, Kan., for collecting money ila farm, 12 m'les from a postoftlce, legally. sot up and mailed by Assistant Attorney (ieueral Slukei.s, planned, edited, a farmer, Tho Pioneer or White, counwho was sent to Kansas City, Kan., ty, Arkansas, Is perhaps tho most by (Iov. lloeh to investigate Trick-ett'unique publication In the country. ease, asked that sentence lie do. John M. Harlow is tho editor. He is a f cried for a few ilas until ho thoroughnorthern man, who was attracted to ly investigated tlio matter. Judge New-haArkansas n tew years ago when ho denied this idpicst and then im engaged In teaching. He malls his paHsed tlm Hue of i.llio and costn and delter, which usually conslsta or eight or creed that the defendant stand com- ten pages, at Hald Knob. mitted to jail until such Hue and co-of the case ale paid. Judge Hat Girl Whipped In Public. known as a reTiickett has Kvnusvlllo, Ind., Sept. 1. Kvn Long, former and famous lau enforcer. aged ft, was publicly whipped with a rawhide In the hands ot her mother Buy Town Can Not Get It. with a Wednesday In accordance -- The Oklahoma City, Okla. I'uited ruling by Police Magistrate Wlntrey. States government ban put a stop to tho girl was charged with revising lo wink of icmoviiig tho town of P.xchiti Tho inliid her parents in going out ot even floni its present town site, to the towu Ings. of Kill. Tho two towns have always been unable to agicc, One Knight the Comer Leaves Troops on Field. other one out and had let tho contract Hlrmlngham, Ala., Sept. 4 Only for the moving of Kehiti to Kelt, tliiixt two companies ot troops will bo sent iiiIIch distant. Col. W, T. .Miller, homo utu present, (lov. Comer took tho government, sent for I'uited this action because of the expressed States DM I id Attorney John P.mhry. deteriulnatlmi ot a number or local who arriw-with the necessary papcii unions to continue tho strike Independput a atop to the moving. ently or tho national orgunliatlou. s ll U ln-crcpio-seiilin- Enforcer Trickett Collected Funda Illegally. Kansa City, .Mo. ('. W. Trickett, assistant attorney general of Kaitsas, was today fined $;,oo and costs in the north- Canal Fleet Stranded. Sept. 1. Gov. Deneen on Thursday ordered the employment of This woman says that sick detective to run down the persons guilty of blowing up a section or tho women should not fail to try . Plnkbam's Vegetal)) west hank ot tho Illinois and Michigan Lydla Compound as she did. Jollet, Inundating miles or canal near Mrs. A. Gregory, of 2355 Lawrence fnrm lands, and leaving a licet of St., Denver, CoL, writes to Mrs. boats in the mud and thousands of Pinkham: dead fish on th? ground. " I was practically an invalid for six years, on account of female troubles. I underwent an 'operation by the Three Die From Ptomaine. Sterling. HI., Sept. I. Following the doctor's advice, but in a few months I was worse before. A friend addeath a few days nr or her husband vised Lydlathan Pinkham's Vegetable K. and ohlest daughter of ptomaine poi- Compound and it restored me to perfect soning, Mrs. Adam Lerevor died health, such as I haro not enjoyed in Thursday or tho same malady. The many years. Any woman suffering' as victims nro believed to have been poi- I did with backache, bearing-dow- n pains, and periodic pains,shonld not fall soned by eating tainted ham. to use Lydla . Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." Pacific Fleet at Honolulu. Honolulu. Sept. 4. The Pacific fleet FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia K Fink-ham- 'a arrived in the harbor and dropped anVegetable Compound, mado chor hhoitly liter 1 o'clock Wednesfrom roots and lierlw, Las been tha day. The towing or torpedo boat do. standard remedy for femalo Ills, Btroyorn by the cruisers ot the fleet nnd has posit t vely cured thousands of was proven more or les of a success women who have been troubled with in the cases or the Preblo nnd Perry, displacements, inflammation, ulcerawhich did not part their lines dining tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, tho voyage from San Francisco. Tho periodio pains, backache, that bearing-Whipple wan obliged once to slacken down feeling, flatulency, prostration. speed becaiiho of a chafing lino. Tho lines to tho four remaining tows part- Why don't you try it? ed once or twice In each Inntauce. Mrs. Plnklintu invites all sick Chicago, -- women to wrlto her for advice. Sho has Ktiidcd thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Muss. THE DUTCH BOYPAINTER STANDS FOR taintquality; IT IS FOUND ONLYON . iPUREWHITELEAD MADE OY THE OLD DUTCH PROCESS, ' r.nrvATiusArM Till MIC University OiaJoatai DeDartmeBt jaoadeailo CoUej.e Kewcomb Oollega far Womea Teacber Colter -- lULflllLoLoiUsiana avaCBJUaxas,ulo,meleael raraaTiuirTti MEWomisAna law DparUntnt yhirmcy Department Medical DeDtrtmtnl af xUaal THE HICKMAN COURIER "Ctnr Circuit Court Docket. TM, Circuit Court convened in Hick man Monday but did not get down to actual business until luesdav as W. 0. 8PEKR and 3. 0. SEXTON, the first dav was eiven over to the Editor ud Proprietors. empanneling of the juries. Tuittre R. T. Bupct. of Itardwell. Is ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR on the obench,j and or.. H. Hester, of W CASH IN AUVANCKi Mnyfield, Commonwealth Attorney, is prosecuting. KnUrtd At lh Hickman, Kentucky, W. C. Tohnson. H. P. Tchnson pottofHco as tecond-elss- i tnall matter. and Chas. Beadles were aonointed Jury Commissioners for the next twelve montns. JOIN THE COLUMBIAN WOODMEN 1. r MAKING PURE MILK. Because Because It is the Perma pentFiaternlty. it Is the only fraternity that makes scientific and certain provision to meet its "obligations rather" than 2. What tne Mattachutetlt Agriculture College It Doing for Dairy Interest. Sepl.lOID, I90B COMMONWEALTH CASES. Following cases were filed aw.iv : Jim Reed, breach of pcuce. Not lounu Spot Henderson, reckless use' of urcarm. Mot lounu. Snot Henderson,' enrrvinr? conceal 4 cd deadly weapon. Not found Bunch Blvthe and Gertie Mr Donald, common nuisaice. Not found. George Rulow. nivinir whiskev to minor (J cases). Mot found. "assessments." Because It is the only fraternitv that stands bv the death bed. not allowing illness to cause its Covenant to lapse a feature distinctly new to Woodcraft and all fraternalism 4. Because it Is Protective over self and family. 3 Thu new dairy barn at tin Massa chusetts agricultural college Is equip ped with a italil and milk house with u view of producing milk to hh neartv mint uN It Im iHMWlhle make II under ordinary stable condl lions Tlu stable hImiwii In the photo Is equipped with uteel stanchions, which are fixed In concrete, so that the entire stable can be denned with water Unity The celling In plastered and painted until there are no chances for dirt to collect Ventilation Is provided by the KltiK system, combined wflh window open SEPTEMBER 11 BV 8$ SS?5 OCDlTODg arsasgeeeflsssi Steamer Did Not Burn. blaze in the laundry, whicn was easily extinguished, is the cause of a report in circu lation here today that the Steamer Peters Lee was destroyed by fire near New Maaria, mo., early tins morning The boat left Hickman about 11 o'clock last night, and the fact that there were several Hickman people aboard, has caused some a'nxiety on the part ot several of our citizens. No one was hurt. A small Co operative Telephones The rural telephone people, who naa a representative before the councilmen Monday night for the purpose of eettinp Dermission to come into Hickman and extend their lines to all parts of the town, will doubtless build into Hickman right 1 he only consideration away. ask eu ay trie council was that the new system do its own fighting at its own expense should anv suits arise by reason of them coming here; this neing secured by a 51,000 bond. The plan is to let every subscriber own his phone, line to the central and a small part of the switchboard, tnereny making it a mutual concern. It will not be. as a matter of course. run for profit to anyone, other than me saving it win be to each sub scriber between what he is now pay ing and rvhat he will then oav. The initial expense, or the purchasing of a pnone ana tne building ot a line to tne board win vary possibly amounting from $15 to S30 but thereafter the service should be maintained tor much less than one half of what we pay the Cumber -- Dismissed. Wash Stoner. col. nine. In i.u. Sentenced to 10 years in nenitei. tiary. Motion made for new trial Kdward Fowler, breaking in ware Following cases were continued : house. In jail. Sentenced to three years in peni Will lavlor. selling whiskey in Local Option territory. Not found. tentiary. Will Taylor, retailing whiskey. Tom Holmes, selling whiskey, Not found. (2 cases). In jail. I C Brown, Forgery. Acquitted on one charge and fined Not found. Jas. Lemore, retailing whiskey $20 for other offense. etc. (21 cases). Not found. CIVIL DOCKET Walter col. murder. Not found Mrs Abe Underwool vs W T Rias Dacus, wilful detention of a Self et al. woman. Not found Dismissed settled. Eugene Wells, carrying conceal eu deadly weapon. Not tound. ahaw & Bettersworth vs Sam Tom Morgan, carrying concealed Salmon Judgment for plaintiff for S267.80 deadly weapon (2 cases). Not Hickman Grain Co vs J T Wil found. son Morgan, common nuisance Tom Continued XNOt tound. Hickman Grain Co vs. Sam WilHomer Smith, reckless use of son deadly weapon. Not found Continued Tom Mitchell and Annie Smith, E F Davis vs G B Terrett. common nuisance. Not found. Settled out of court Sam Brawner. Retailing liauor&c. . .. . . " ' r. Hickman Grain Co vs Sienhen ( cases), wot round. Cris Key, shooting in heat of pas otanr. Bill of exceptions filed for nonea! . r, sion. Not tound. to court ot Appeals - withcut License. Not found. Dismissed. Joe Woolridge, selling whiskev in Fulton. Not found. Dismissed. Joe Woolridge, retailing whiskey bond. Lon Navlor and Dr. T. W. lor, selling cigarette material, N i ed Henry Jackson, carrying conceal deadly weapon. Not found. Henry Jackson, trespass. Not GRAND JURORS. found. Henry Jackson, boisterous use of deadly weapon. Not found. Guy Robbins col. carrvine con cealed deadly weapon. Not found Bill Harper, retailing liauors. Not round Ed Gates S. L. Dodds, foreman W. J. Thompson H. Lamastus Pennebaker and Sihhic Pennebaker, retailing beer. Not found. C. H. Bruer R. H. Kirk Henry Davis Y. A. Milner John H. Nelson F. B. Atteberry A. K McConnell nre-is- . T. J. Kesterson Up to the hout of foidf to tound. 42 indictments hare heen returned lurner Simmons, carrvinc con. by the grand jury. cealed deadly weapon. Not found. PETIT JURY. Frank Ferriner. carrying conceal. ed deadly weapon. Not found. Charlie Werner land. W. J. Harper Frank Ferriner, flourishing deadly W. A. Harpole Just what effect this will have on weapon. Not found. the trust remains to be seen, but S. W. Elliott Frank Ferriner. gamine f2cases. there is little doubting that it will Not tound. J. C. Lawson cripple them. And just so long as W. R. Roper Bill Barnes, selling whiskev. one company has a monopoly on the W. B. Clark business here, just that long will Not found. Robert Hicks Pink Brown, petit larceny. Not they continue to squeeze the "dear S. B. Burrus public. If it is true, as the Cumber found. S. L. Royster land representative stated here be S A. Johnson Sim Jackson et al. gaming. Not fore our business men, that thev are fouud. R. L. Lynch not getting a reasonable per cent on F. C. Carr Henry Short, selling whiskev. ineir investment here. a vear s Not found. J. H. Jones operation of the new concern, at the W. G. Perry Lohr Bottling Co and B E prices they propose to charge, will B. F. Holly N clnllr selling beer. Not found. knock the said new svsterrT into J. H. House Chas. Evans, assault with deadly cocked hat. A. M. Shaw wiapon. Not found. M. D. Isbell Will Cole, gaming, on bond. J. S. Bushart Rush Creek. J S Stafford, practicing medicine J. R. McClellan Mrs. Henry is on the sick list without license. On bond. J. S. Creed M. F. Barn's News is scarce but dust is plen- John Adair, rape, on bond. R. A. Fields tiful Claud Carter, murder, in jail. George Roper's family have all Tom Macklin. sexual intercourse Methodist Church:. been quite sick, but are better now. with girl. On bond. Roper, disturbing an as. Next Sunday, at the Methodist Horace Mrs. George Johnson, of near Cay- church the pastor will have for his ce, spent Wednesday with her sister, sembly. On bond. . ..-.subject "The Picture Gallery of waiter urostic. George Smith, gamine. Not found. the Soul." This will be a subject of The Rush Creek school boys and Dismissed. unusual interest to the people generCayce boys will play a game of ball ally. At night the subject will be auernoon, at uayce. -- "God the Explanation of nil Miss Virginia Davis and Marv Things." Atteberry are making preparations Special music by a full choir. to visit Cincinnati this month. Doil'l Hesilale! Let every body go out and enjoy Hugh Adams and Ellis Henry left these services. last Monuay . ween ... ..Henderson lor . You won't at any soda we rrt xenn., wnere tney win attend school Councilman Resigns. serve. We were again disappointed about To the Council and Citizens of Everything about our rain Sunday, although it gave every Hickman : Fountain is scrupulously indication of a good shower, it pasI wish to tender my resignation to clean. Our materials are ted us by. you as councilman, and would say to all of the finest quality. you that my reason for doing so is We serve bigger variety W. R. Markle's New Sunny South that I have done all that I know how of Soda Drinks than any Friday. One of the best and no to do to help in some wiy those who other Fountain in town, and doubt the largest boat on the river. have been pleading with me for help. never use anything but Pure His shows are always new and As I find It impossible for me to do Fruit Flavors. and Hickman should turn out anything at all, I respectfully tender and see this. It has been a long my resignation as a member of the time since anything like this has Council of the City of Hickman. Helm Ellison. been here., Eugene Betterswo&th. TurnerSimmons. flourishing dead .. " ly weapon. Not . m Use only good salt In the salting ol butler. Great care should be taken In selecting salt for butter making, at salt absorbs odors and will then carry them to the butter Numerous rases havo come to light In which taint salt caused taints in butter. whole milk. In one grocery the salt was by the There are three points about this dairy that are worthy of note by prac side of tho kerosene barrel. That salt tical farmer: First, that th milk was heard from later In the butter o house be separate from the stabU; tho farmers, some or which came to. second, thnt the milkers do not enter that same grocery and was rejected the separating room. and. third, pro because of tho slight smell of kerosene vision should be made for cooling the In It. In another grocery the salt was In milk Immediately after It Is strained tho same room with a pilo of codfish. and- - bottled. The codfish soon had the salt pop POINTS TO REMEMBER. mealed with tho codfish smell. Thai salt went Into the farm butter In the The Cant for the Creamery Milk Must vicinity and was heard from In a but Be Clean. tor show In which hutter salted with that salt was "off In flavor " The can must be sweet and clean In For home consumption It doet order to keep the milk aweel That not make much difference what kind of same milk can must ho emptied out at salt Is used, for the famll) Is general It comes from the factory at noon, so ly able to eat the butter, but when you can have It ready for the evening butter Is to be sold It Is far different. Don't lot It stand out by the milk. road until you are ready to milk. MILK SCALES AND RECORD. have soon a good many places where the patron will empty the can and Suggestion for Handy Arrangement clean sama out with cold water If they for the Dairy. have no warm water handy. It Is no In circular 115, Issued by W. J. hYawonder some, patrons get th milk back tho next day because the can had er of tho Illinois oxperlmont station, no chance to air out and wax not fit to a good Idea of the metuod of rigging a use for milk. Empty your cana out as soon m yon ret them back; rinse them with cold water, then boiling hot water. Use r brush to wash them; never take a rag and think that will do tho work. It will not; a brush will find overy hoi low place In the can and do the work better than anythlnK elso you can gut. Then aftor the can Is washed, lay It down In a place whero tho fresh air will blow and let It llo thero for about three hours. Then you will have a can that Ih ready and lit to receive the milk. nrmngenieuts. ami n steam boat lug plant Is aim) Included to keep tint temperature even In severe weather This barn Is far too extensive to be duplicated under average farm conditions, and Is designated to test the milk pro possibilities of duction, and Is not presented as model fur farm dairies. The milk limine Is separated from thorough the stable by an ante-rooly ventilated, through which the milk. ers puss In taking ndlk from the stable to the milk room. Through this ante-roothey pass Into a straining room, where the milk Is poured Into a tank anil runs through n strainer and a small opening In the wall Into the separator room adjoining There Is no direct conned lon ho. tweon this receiving room and the separator, to that the latter Is not ox posed to tne iiirt or tne startle, a re frigerator Is attached. Into which bot tied milk can bo placed as soon as prepared and kept at a low tempera ture until delivered. A butter making room Is ulsn pro vided, eqidpped with all modern ma chlnery, but the principal object of the building Is the preparation of pure. ItiK high-grad- I. Plan of Model Milk Houie. nre often found to bo contradictory. No problem In tho live ttock Industry It more perplexing to the breeder With thousandi of bable being fed upon milk It Is essential that only thu best should be supplied, and this tup-pl- y can only be obtained from the best breeds of dairy cattlo. Mr. U 1. Ilalley, president of Uin Ohio slato board ot agriculture, says In speaking of Improving thu dairy herd: ".My experience teaches mo there hre two ways by which a breeder can Improve hit herd. First, ho must havo In mind his Individual Ideal type, which ho should always aim to attain, this can only bo done by selection and proper inntlng of both tire and dam. In selecting a sire for my herd, I Insist on seeing personally the dam. She must be of dairy form, according to my owu Idea teatt above medium tdte, udder' running well forward and Ntralght down behind, extending out Tho Hint thu curtu In ham or legs. above conformation Is of greater value to me lliiin any great phenomenal milk test she may or may not huve made, I iiIho Insist on seeing the ancestors ns far buck as posslblu and knowing to u cerlulnty. a near as possible, Hint they uru meritorious unluialt. I be llee there Is no rule, In breeding bet tur established than that 'like produces like,' yet we all know that eeii with tho best of muting we sometimes get Inferior animals. This Is mostly caused by si.me Inferior ancestor, perhaps hevernl generations back. "Neer allow the calf to get fat In the sense that tho beef breeder would desire. Keep It In good thrifty, growing condition, teach It to eat a inaxl mum amount of roughness, such as clover hay and silage, and a minimum amount of grain. Continue thlt method until within three or four months of cow hood, then feed proper concen tratet liberally so as to develop th milk secreting organs for sort Ice after I prefer the birth of the calf. the heifer being about 30 months old before coming Into milk. With proper kind of feed, care and regularity In the rearing of dairy cattlo. there will bo overcome a vast amount of Ignor ance In breeding, and the owners will receive profitable returns whether they understand the laws- - of mating and reproduction or .not." Wilso- n- Kandlc One of the prettiest w ever occurred In Hickrr.,i -l- ift, lti one uniting Miss Ki, daughter of Mr. nnd Wilson, nnd Mr t Randle, only son of I.'.' Randle. The beaut, L home of the bride, c; , h where the wedding profusely decorated it, ' violets, and smilax , tr being n lavender and all details were carric beautiful combinali rt Just before the ter u Lily Hubbard sane Ir 1 " J voice "Call Me Thit.e 9:15 the beautiful bri..l. Lohengrin, played by Mr Daltzer, on the piano, ,. Millet, on the violin, H. N. Cowgill, M.ss L. Amberg a DeBow, just as the br. scended the white f' ! Mrs. II . I', ' r, ' i If beautifully decorated t by the little llower iirL, Dodds, Dorothy M Iiallxer and Helen Ty V hand cmbroidericd fr mull and carrying r j satin and valley ljlbrj, aisle from the stairway Ing i'oois between lie gold drawing room a where the bride and during the ceremony ; aisle came Miss Vir, . . r ' as the quartette sang "I True," came the bride, i gowned in while muilir a M brides roses. w4 Helm, followed by Miss ?! son. Maid of Honor, i . gown of lavender salt lace ami Mr Robt, Is. , w ed the groom at best r j carrying a? f'tis T . of the groom, wearing a t of shimmering white si' in point lace, and a bea veil, put on with a cororn. lilt let: and carrying a sh.wrr of the same lovely flower nses. incy were met t C Johnson, of Jackson, r USE ONLY GOOD SALT. in a beautiful and impress. . And Be Careful It It Kept Away from pronounced them "one" c Contaminating Odort. life shall list. 11' 5 i After cles Mr. Randle is the jun. t ' of the firm of &l ent, the bride stippl -C cnangea ner wending g.w m stylish traveling iuit f ' . cloth, and amid showers ' r n. expressions of good luck - . i- -t for much happiness the y left for a .t Colorado nnd other poirti at I"" in the West. They wi,j several weeks, after whi ' e r. be at home with thegro "t" The large number of l . t.2 and valuable t ridal pre. the many friends, anl h e;""! in which this popular cxj Mrs. Randle is one ol i:r fairest daughters, act -popular aod a leader in i r-- wishes from the large rcrr- - rongratulatt ra honey-moo- n 2 ir N and is a progressive, pep-j.nest man. He is also s ' dent of the Methodist sun J is and a prominent factor in and social affairs of thlsc.s ' is certainly not a more c hearted, sensible fellow i Here's our best wishes r Old Citizen Passes Away John L. Luttrell, age 7&, -- e the oldest and most highly f'.ff ed citizens of Fulton county, his home in this city, : morning at J o'clock, after a - I" ing illness of pneumonia Deceased was born in Ur ty, Kentucky, where he grew ' Mi hood, and in 1856 he came t ll. I I man where he has reiiidcl uously until his death. Fcr ber of years he was in the r i. tile business here, and wi we known throughout this secti . state. At the age of 24, married 1o Miss Mary Ki Henderson county, Ky. i union were born ten chlldre two of whom are living Mr hlleri Winston, of Sturgis, K F. E. Luttrell, of this ci'v is also survived by his wife Mr. Luttrell was a faithful r.'S' ber of the IJantist church a M- sonic lodge. Funeral services were cc at the home Wednesday af" ' by Rev. Turkington, and bur. vices were in charge of the V fratjfriity, which occurred r- mer ueasou. The cuiih are not properly cured fur. And that Is the reason the creumery muu ulwuyH kWh more or less sour milk, no bo turu uud take cure of your milk cuiih. After the milk la placed In the cau do not do like Home runners do let It stuy In the burn owir night fur It will absorb all the ttultlti ulr, and wheu itho milk coineH to the cruuuiery and you tuko the cover on" thu can thu creamery man thinks hu Is cluat to u cow stable liiHteud of runnlnK a cream. ory. P. C. FlaskeKard. Stuff the Cow. An Institute upeuker said: "There la a Baying: '3 tufT the tteer uud starve the cow.' In boiiio canes I would change U to read, stuff the cow and That It the moat trouble In the sum r . 1 Jz 1 sturve the steer, In others, starvo the tteer and starve the cow. Hut If you want to be a Christian you will 'stuff tho steer and atuff tho cow,' If tbey are worth It; If not, consign them to tho Huuaago mill. Don't feod a cow dried bread nor nil plu and enke. Glvo her a variety." IMPROVING Handy Milk Scales. oard to support scales and milk rec city cemetery. ord Is Illustrated. Tho accompanying He was a gocd lllustrntlon Ib reproduced from thlt clr. given a good Idoa of thn ashes, cular und pluu. Tho general detail la quite clear-l- y brought ouL Weed out tho scrubs In tho dalrr. It cotta Just at much to feed a scrub For Autos man. r - DIRY HERDS. ua u good cow. and Launches enter-tainit- rg as to What Are tht Rivers Cavitt and wife, of Little Best Methodt. Rock, arrived here Wednesday and There aro at many theories as to leff Wednesday night for New the breeding of dairy cattlo us thoro Madrid to bring home the remains aro different breeds of cattlo. Whore of his brother, Vaulx Cavitt, which m one succeed another fulU and results were found that afternoon Many Theorlet (Jet the (JuMillim ut Courier OH) ' Whn Harvesting Wheat. oomino W. R. Markles NEW s ..Sunny South.. Floating Theatre ICKM AN-X- AT H - FRIDAY, SEPC. ....PRESENTING.... 11 TH The latest Musical Comedy success, "THE MAN THAT LOOKS LIKli ME." New and Specialties. WALLACE and BEECHa Real Comedy Acrobatic Act Late of Barnum & Daily's circus. THE RAYMONDS Greatest Wire Artists In the world the only lady living riding a bicycle and unecycle on a wire. HAAS TRIO, an European Sensational Dar and Trapeze Act. BABY KNIGHT, the child wonder of the show world, the Dell Bros. .Juveniles, singers and dancers , Martyne Sisters, Miss Edwards, Detson and othrrs. Latest Moving Pictures and Illustrated Sougs. MaVing the Biggest, Best and Most Expensive Show ever seen on a Floating Theatre. Don't Miss It I DON'T MISS IT 11 Price ikiki 23c, 33c and 50c J the Since tho flay of harvesting of wheat has beetl an easy Six horses, to be worked Intask terchangeably, and 'a good binder are the essentials. If tho weather Is cool, a man can cut from 15 to 20 acres each day by getting an early bU and changing teams every three, or four hours, Tho cutting of wheat Is a small matter compared with shocking It so that It will turn tho heavy rains sometimes Incident to this country and also stand tho fierce winds that After a often accompany them. years oxporlcnco In number of shocking wheat, writes a correspondent of Farmers' Volco, 1 have found that tho shock constructed nfter this plan will stand tho wind and weathor better than nny other kind. Tho shock Is mado of 10 bundles. Three pair are sot togcthor in a lino running north and south, then Uirco bundles aro placed to each sldo and ono at each end of tho shock, after which It Is capped with two good bundles broken so as to form a kind of roof. This makes n strong shock; the caps act as a water shed, tho sides of the shock being to tho cast and west aro dried out quickly after a rain, and being sot to tho north and "south It Is better able to defy tho storms that gcnorally como from tho northwest In tho summer time. As soon as tho shocks aro sufficiently cured after cutting tho wheat should bo threshed or put Into long ricks, for If allowed to stand In the shock It will bo Injured to somo degree, however good tho weather may be. If tho farmer hns a large crop, he should thrcMi It tho first opportu nlty after It Is ronriy, and then put It on the market from tho machine, for It seldom pays to bulk It up and wait for a better market. HAND. OR MACHINE LABOR. Wonderful if True. The following comes inanenvlope marked from Oscar F. G. Day, Special Correspondent, Minneapolis, Minn. We know nothing of him or Abraham Adams, who has made this alleged success with wheat, but if one-hal- f is true it is of such vast benefit to the farmer that we publish it so each one can investigate for himself if he chooses; Everyone who knows anything about farming or gardening, even in the remotest degree, and many others besides, know about Luther Bur-banthe wonderful manipulator of nature's products, and the great things he has done to create new varieties in fruits and flowers, yet when it comes to actual value to the country and world at large, the most wonderful things ever accomplished has been by Abraham Adams, of Juliactta, Idaho, who has performed almost a miracle with wheat, and made it possible to Increase the wheat crop of every individual who raises that cereal ten fold. While it has not been generally known, many governments, though scientific men, have been striving for many years to avert world famine. "How soon will the world starve to death?" asks Sir William Crookes, who shows by statistics that the average yield per acre of wheat foi the world is only 12 7 bushels. Yet after years of skillful trial the government stations have been able to perfect wheat bearing only a trifle, and they are now aghast at the result of experiments by this Idaho farmer, who has been able by mathematical figuring on individual stands of wheat as perfect ed by him, to show an increase of 278 fold. It will be hard for old wheat raisers to believe this wonderful story, but proof has been made by surveys of the land on which wheat was planted, and accurate affidavits of wheat threshed. Here is what is coming to the wheat business, a most marvelous thing but actually true. Mr. Adams, in "1904, succeeded In getting one single head of wheat, that satisfied him of a discovery. This one head of wheat he planted in the fall of that year, and in the following summer procured seven pounds of the wheat. This seven pounds he planted in the spring of 1906 and he secured from the seven pounds 1,545 pounds. Here was a startling yield at the ratio of 222 bushels to the acre. This seed was planted in the fall for winter wheat, but bad weather and hail during summer destroyed all the fields of ordinary wheat so they were not fit to harvest. Yet the new wheat left out 53,000 threshed standing pounds. From these statements it is easy to figure what this wonderful wheat is. Because it is impervious to frost and also to light hail, and because it partially withstands the heaviest hail, Mr. Adams named his wheat the Alaska, to maik its wonderful studiness. But the wonderful things were yet to come. On a government station test, it was found that this wonderful wheat was hard wheat. It is therefore, a wheat that succeeds equally well as winter or spring wheat, and in both plantings will grade No. 1 hard. This means an absolute revolution in wheat raising. It means that the countless acres of California, where only soft wheat is grown, can now raise hard wheat. It means that in all the vast winter wheat region, which is greater than the spring wheat territory, growers cau now compete with the northern counties in growing hard wheat. It means that an average crop for the farmer will not be twenty bushels to the acre, but two hundred. It means that the worn out farms of the east, with such a yield, can afford to have farmers manure their land for wheat crops because of the enormous return. It means that in time, when the seed can be distributed everywhere, the wheat crop of the world will be multiplied many times. It means that this year, if Alaska wheat could have been planted, in- k, m ...Essentials for a Soda Fountain... Jsl. Perfect Geanltncss 2nd. Cold Ice Cold 3rd. Quick and Neal Service 4lh. The 'Best Frails Syrups and dream All of these arc found al CowgillS Soda Fountain. R stead of an estimated American crop of 500,000,000 bushels, America would raise for the world close on five billion bushels. When this is realized, the wealth that Alaska has given in gold, pales Into insignificance by the side of what the farmers will be able to lay up in wealth for the country. Mr. Adams' wheat has been raised on dry land, under slight mois ture, showing that this t is suited to thrive in drouth. In southern counties a test has shown larger results. Planted in Alabama, its leaves have attained a width of I of an inch. A head planted in that State showed greater results than that from the original head in Idaho. Truly, the man who can have a field of Alaska wheat next year, no matter how small, will be more envied then the man with an automobile. Masonic Home Jounal. Alaska-whea- Personality of W. J. Bryan. (Henry Wntterran.) "Mr. Bryan upon acquaintance proved different from my preconception of him. I met not a visionary orator but a man of sense, in deadly earnest, direct and candid, Coming to know him better, Horse Traders Arrested. -- Latter Is That Which Marks the Superiority of American Agriculture. SIX BIG DAYS fcOUl&VIMiE DAIiy RACES 19-190.- LOW RAILROAD RATES ENTRY BLANKS OR CATALOGS.ADDIyESS V q.W.NBWMANi Sceretaiy IOUISVIXIB.ICY.J FOR INFORMATION SgPL: 1415161T18 8 Arc You Planning to Remodel ? 1111 If you contemplate remodeling your preicnt home now or in the near future, you thould Good plumbing It one of the itudy the subject of Plumbing. moJern home. l.jppicu features of It not only contribute! nJ health of the occupants, but is s source to the comfort of pride to the owner. 1 We will gladly dicuss plumbing with you and give you the benefit of our Having Inexperience. stalled modern plumbing systems in numerous fine homes wc can refer yoO to many satisfied customers. A little knowledge on the subject will be beneficial to you In the selection of the tcst material and futures, and in their proper location throughout the house. It Is the use of machines that has distinguished tho American fanner from tho farmers In somo of the old-o- r countries In tho world. Tho uso of machlnory has mado tbo American fanner rich. Without It, ho would havo been compelled to employ vory many more men to carry on the work of tho farm, with the result Unit a very largo part of the returns coming from the farm would havo had to be paid out for labor. Tbo American farm laborer has also become a hlghor class worker ho has had to handle machinery. Ills pay, as represented In bis living, has been far abovo that of tho hired laborers on somo European farms where tho compensation Is so low that the laborer has to live on black bread and beer. Think, says the Farmers' Ilevlow, of tho American farm laborer living on black bread and beer the year around! Ho would revolt at once and would llco to the city. Tho most successful American farmare thoso that have settled ers down to tho convIcUon that tboy cannot afford to farm without tho best farm machinery that can bo had. Tho higher tbo price of labor tho more Is it necessary to socuro first-clasfarm machines of all kinds, that the placo of the man that cannot bo securod may bo taken by a machine o to-da- y s In a "horse trading" game that as been left to Paducah policemen to solve and that as far as it has gone has placed Erse Ward and Bill Baily, horse traders, in jail on a felony charge, the cops figure that "How old is Ann'' is beat off the boards from front to rear by the PERFECT GATE LATCH. Quickly and Easily Made and Operates Perfectly. If you sult us, you the will call to conwe will show samples of Ware wc "itantlanT have in our showrooms and quote you prices. "itethfesxT Ware is the best plumbing Ask for our illustrated material made every piece is guaranteed. lxxAlct Modem Home numbing." COTTON 8c ADAMS ' JL quick and easy to make. A board 18 Inches long Is first nallod to tho post, and a narrower piece tho a mo length, rounded to catch the nose of tho gate Is nailed to Its lower side. Then to each end, as shown, Is bolted a piece one Inch thick by throo Inches wide and seven Inches long. Tho ga'o, explains Farm and Home, is pushed together and slides under one of theso pieces against tho othor, the piece It slid under dropping Into placo and preventing It from opening. To open tho gate morcly raise ono piece and It will swing either way. HINQE FROM CHAIN It Is perfect because It Is always la order, Is easy to operate and 1b Metropolis, 111., Friday, W. H. Finley drove his horses and buggy to the Paducah "hay market. He was approached by Erse Ward and Bill Bailey, horse traders, of Fulton county, so Finley claims. A swap was made. Finely stated that he gave his horse and buggy to Ward and Bailey for two horses and received Si.oU to boot. Figuring that he had made a good deal Finley is alleged to have irri gated himself in juleps and flips. Then, so he alleges, he was once more approached by Ward and Bailey. According to Finley, Ward and Bailey wanted to trade him one big horse back for the two horses Finley bad just gotten in the ' other trade, and to give him S10 to boot. Finley, according to his own state ment, relused and excused himself without a swap. Then he alleges Ward and Bailey went to Jesse Cloies, a wagon yard man and by false pretenses got possession of Finley's two horses. Then Ward and Bailey drove away. Finley and Cloies, when they found that they were the victims of an alleged swindle went to police headquarters and procured a warrant. Policemen went to work quick ly and messages were sent to other cities. Word came Sunday that Ward and Bailey had been caught at Hickman, Ky., Detective Henry Bailey and Pa horse problem. Arriving from seeing him In his home, I found a man able and sincere, devoted and devout, having a childlike faith in the people, in God and truth. I changed my opinion altogether. I felt that I had done him injustice. I would as soon trust him in the While House as George Gray or Richard Olney ; and I believe that when he gets there militant Democracy of the school ot Jefferson and Jackson and Tilden will renew its youth and vigor, leading the way to such reforms in the National House and Senate as will restore them their legislative functions and give the people assurance of real and lasting good. "No party was ever known to re form itself. Republican promises to reform Republican abuses make but a poor deathbed repentance. Taft means either "four years more of Theodore" or a new lease for Aid- rich, Cannon and Company. Bryan means, if nothing else, the new broom that sweepeth clean, floors that are admittedly foul. There must be an occasional change of parties if we are to have decent ad- ministration. One-part- y govern- ment is only a degree less objectionn able than the power.'' one-ma- Small Blaze Monday. Fire was discovered Monday night about 11 o'clock in the sheet-iro- n building, north of railroad tracks, which is used as a storage house by the Farmers Hardware Co., Led- ford & Randle and the Hickman Grocery Co. The fire was well under way before the local had time to respond to the alarm, and two sections of the building were burned to the ground together with contents. The fire is thought to have started in Ledford & Randle's section of the house, and spread rapidly as all parts of it contained more cr less baled hay. Ledford & Randle carried no in surance and will lose about $300, The Hickman Grocery Co. car ried S300 insurance and will lose about $300. The Farmers Hardware Co. loss will amount to $800 on building and $500 on stock, the latter being rs LINK8. or Are Very 8ervlcable Medium-Size- d on Small Doors. Now it's Ham and Eggs thcm-and.too.t- from Not any kind of efjus-b-ut fresh eggs-fre- sh the nest. That's our kind. And you want ham that's tender, juicy, swcct Jrwour's "Star" Ham. We sell areU.S.Govt. Inspected. C. H. MOORE, Hickman, Cy. hey Two links from an old chain used In driving tho common grain binder or similar machines, may bo utilized for making hinges for small or medium-sized doors or small gatos, suggests PralrloFarm-er- . They aro used In the manner Indicated In the ac companying illus tration. Place the open face sldo down, and secure each link to the door and side Jamb with four wire staples, driving them in ths coruors of each link. For very heavy doors three of tbMQ, hinges may bo used. Th nrnMem solved between high Wal rr serve insurance com panies and transient assessment con cerns. Uet the oest. join tnc Colhave it trolman Bill Johnson went to Hick- umbian Woodmen and you man Sunday night and brought Ward all. and Bailey to Paducah Monday Brownsville. Paducah News Democrat. morning Toe Craddock, of Clinton, was in At their hearing Tuesday the case was continued to September 14th. our town Tuesday. Pavmonii Barnett. of Missouri, is Kentucky's Electoral Vote(?) visiting his brother, B. N. Barnett. 1st district Democratic by 10,- Tnhn Watson and wife, of May- 000. field, visited relatives here this week. 2nd district- Democratic by 3,- Misses Pearl and Hettie Williams 000. are visiting friends in Bradford, Republican by 1,. Tenn. 3rd Mrs. Tnhn Wilev and daughter. -- Democratic by 2,- 4tb Mrs. Clarence Henry, visited Mrs. j: J. Wiley this week. 5th district- Republican by 4,- A number of Dersons of this vicini 000. ty, attended church services at Sas-- Democratic by 1,- 6th safras Ridge, Sunday. nrirprl - 7th -- Democratic by 5,- - prescriptions filled Qick ly and Accurately take them to - If you wish to have your 8th district 000. Democratic by.l,- Republican by Republican by 1,- 1,- - 9th district 500. 10th district Ark., is visiting her brothers, J. M. and R. A. Craddock. Bev. W. L. Kine. of Martin, is engaged in a revival meeting at Blue Pond this week. Mr. Eliza Snooner. of Coming, 000. Cowgill's Drug Store where you may get your Drug wants at any hour BAY OR NIGHT clock Holiness Church. Sunday School every Sunday at 2 o'clock, and prayer Thursday night at Boat Show Friday night. meet-'"rcve- Pink Pain Tablets Dr. Snoop's The following contributions have stop Headache, womanly pains, any even-lbeen made to the Democratic campain, anywhere, in 20 minutes sure. paign fund through this office : 8 o'. Formula on the 25c. box. Ask your $5.00 Joshua Hancock druggist or doctor about this for1.00 J. W. Morris Sold by all dealers. mula It's fine. 1.00 D. H. Toombs I 00 Tel. Nd. 4 for groceries, W. B. McGehie g ry Cowgill's Drug store (Incorporated) wwww www wwjw ... www www www w tfi ww Serves a Poor Purpose. Its reallv too bad that a certain 11th district Republican by 18, 000. boa,t plying between Cairo and New This gives total Republican plu Madrid should go ine "wnisney ralities in Republican districts o hoat" route, and build up the re 25,700, and Democratic pluralities putation it is getting on that account. of 23,500, or a majoiity for Taft of If reports are trus, some ot me 2,200, Iti a probable vote of near officers on this boat got full enough ly 450,000, plurality of 2,200 is a to do some scraping last week, and small margin, but this is the best we In their attempt to land at Wickliffe, can make out of it. Louisville Post, missed it just a mile and their passengers were forced to walk that distance after night. The grand The Hickman Household No. Columbhn Woodmen will celebrate juries along the river should see to their second anniversary on the 18th it that they do the clean thing In local option territory. inst. &. THE HICKMAN COURIER Carer Wtra KtatMCky Like Ik Dw" W. 0. SPBKR and J. 0. SEXTON, Editor and Proprlatora. WHEN YOU VISIT UNION CITY Sunny South Friday night, Allison Tyler spent Sunday in Fulton. S. L. Dodds was in Union City 0. HertVeck is here from Sun- - Friday. flower, Miss. Will Spradlin was here from FulEvervthin? In trraniteware at right ton Monday. Farmers Hardware Co. prices. Will Webb, of East Hickman, Is Mrs. Ola Allen, of Robinson. 111.. on the sick list. is the guest of Mrs. J. W. Bland. A big revival meeting Is in proMrs. Mary Brevard has returned gress at Oakton. from a several days' visit in Tennes Judge Crossland, of Mayfield, was see. here at court this week. Miss Ruth Isaacs, of Union City. Guy Robbsns, of Mayfield, was has been visiting Ed Townsend and here this week attending court. wife, Miss Lillian Leech, of Wingo, is Fred Wiseman returned Sunday visiting the family of D. B. Wilson from a several months visit in Cali Rev. Mooney fell from a sidwalk fornia. Monday night and was bruised dp Dr. McKeel and wife of Mavfield. considerably. are the guests of D. B. Wilson and Arthur Hale left Tuesday for famiiy. Springhill, Tenn., where he will atMiss Emma Ben Mavers has re tend school. turned from a visit to relatives in Mrs. Horace Luten and children, St. Louis. of Fulton, are the guests of h:r Anchor Buggies lor popular peo mother, Mrs. Maggie Randle. prices. Farmers ple at popular Mrs. Mabel Prather and little Hardware Co. daughter, ol San Angelo, Tex., are Cnnhed Oyster Shells, Grit, the guests of Mrs. J. W. Bland. Wheat, Chops, Purina Chick feed Mrs. S. D. Hays and two daughat C. H. Moore's. ters, of Jackson, Tenn., are the Rev. H. C. Johnson and wife, of guests of Mrs. Maggie Randle. Jackson, Tenu., are the guests of If you use a pulverized or ground T. A. Ledford and wife. coffee you can get an extra fine one Mrs. Edward Rogers and son, of from C. H. Moore at 25c per pound. Florida, are spending a few days Mrs. Ernest Gibbs and children, with Mrs. Maggie Randle. of East Prairie, are the guests of Mrs. B. B. Saunders, of Caruthers- - her parents, R. H. Kirk and family. ville, has been the guest of her Threlkeld It Schmidt is the name mother Mrs. Jenny McCutcheon. of a new firm in town. Pressing, Mrs. Gertrude Hayes and daugh cleaning and alterations in ladies ter, Miss Ellener, of Jackson, are and gents clothing. the guests of Mrs. Maggie Randle. We make a specialty of special Miss Lizzie Tenney has returned orders for china and glassware of all to here home in Dyersburg after a kinds delivered in four days. pleasant visit to Miss Bettie DeBow. Farmers Hardware Co. Mts. Exie Dodge Shannon and Special orders taken for china and daughter, Miss Helen Frances, of glassware anything you want deKrebs, Okla., are the guests of the livered in four days. Farmers former's aunt, Mrs. Virginia Beale Hardware Co. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADVAKCK. Something entirely new. Call and see our Combination HALL RACKS. to EMBALMING and UNDERTAKING and have license We pay especial attention poilofflco m Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky lecond-clas- i mall matter. TO EMBALM IN TENNESSEE AND KENTUCKY Call us day or nhjht. Office Phone 530, Night Phone 22. mm. sept. ioin, is i LIGON FUHNITUJiE CO. 308 South First St., Union City, Tenn. ZgJi .OWEN When Her Back Aches. A Woman Find all Her Kneray ami AmbUlon SHiino Attt . I SEPTEMBER 13 IsOW.WONjTUClWTDimU'fRIIAT 8 S?5 I OS ASM PA IE 9JMS88SSfl852f Stf28S2)M State Improvement Week before Hickman woman knows how the aches and pains that come when the THE PIE WITH A STRING. kidneys fail make life a burden. tha AM. nave m 1' K T l,ctr vrtio lka Backache, hip pains, headaches, Hickman, Kt ruund Hlth dizzy pells, distressing urinary yr. In aerenta troubles, all tell of sick kidneys and And ?. rouch Roonjs and Board IlKlitl) rv.rylxKly had warn you of the stealthy approach "IU enough. of diabetes, dropsy and Bright' by the day or week. Larjje, , Ja Or ahall rut th pl.r disease. Doan's Kidney Pills per fortable rooms bath in ccr.:.f IVrluipa wr'il all jrrn waltlnt; for a nlra. manently cure all these disorders. Reasonable Rates !! lartf. Juley The eok had tuld ui Here's proof of it in a Hickmin throat-rnln- r 1 i Cottage Hotel... J j alh-r- . wo-ma- Teachers' Institute in F u o n a branch was organized, of one of the noblest institutions of the state, the State Improvement League, designed especially for the treatment of the 11 last League. during the how iha took 1a.it A rrclpa from book Which aha thoucht rvtra hr nice. Had told ui how aha atrwed tht plunm. thm uprlnkl.d flour I And pinched tha rdfra of tha paMa, nonr ot It would (o to naato. Mouth watrrrd at tha aounJ! Bo 'rtund. county schools. This is a fine work indeed for if there are any schools in our state that need improvement they are the isolated, little, country schools, poor in structure and furnishings, they lack all the modern conveniences so indispensable to the average town school, but this grand organization plans to change all this, by obtaining better buildings and furnishings, better sanitary conditions and also beautifying the grounds, on the top, and thrra waa prink If rl eocoanut. Thl tlatnr. added to tha plum. Had made you Inn; for .vary crumb Alas, It waa not cut! And ur when the hot lift lh kalra, and aaya o irud;lni;ty: "Ha ever) body had ennuchT I'nleaa ynur eplderm l touch. You'll murmur "None for ma." Kor. - planting trees, etc. We know that Fulton county will The Courier Realty Co. has a 3 rank with the first in this work, for acre track of land at Hickman Juncwith such officers as the following tion that we will sell cheap. The how could it do otherwise : S. L. lot joins the intersection of the N. Dodds, Pres ; Mrs. Vada Bard, Gen. C. &. St. L. railroad and the ColumH. A. Tyler, Mrs. F. I. Wheeler, bus wagon road. Terms to suit Miss Virginia Luten, Vice Presi- purchaser. dents ; Mrs. T. J. Gordon, Secy ; J. FOR SALE : The Henderson lots C. Cheek, Treas. on the corner opposite the Courier office. A splendid site for a busiHickman Lodge 76 Lots are about 60x90 ness building. feet. If you are interested in the F. & A. M. purchase of a good piece of properHickman Lodge No. 761, F. & inquire at this office. A. M., will meet in regular commu- ty, The Columbian Woodmen will nication next Monday night at 7 :30. Visiting brothers cordially invited. have a call meeting on Thursday night, the 10th. inst., and we would C. P. Shumate, Master. be pleased to have all members in H. N. Cowgill, Sec'y. attendance. Business of importance Work in M. M. degree. to be transacted. J. T. Dillon, Clerk. "The Man That Looks Like Me," The residence of Mrs. Alice WilNew Sunny South Friday night at the river. A bright musical come- son, residing two miles southwest of dy. Full of laughs from start to town, was destroyed by fire Monday. Both the house and contents finish. were a total loss, and Mrs. Wilson Such stars as Wallace, Beech, the carried no Haas Trio, late of Ringling Bros., of the fire is insurance. The origin unknown. the juvenile Dell Brothers, The RayNO 40. Twenty acres just west monds on the slack wire, Martyne of Mengel Veneer Mill. Good Sisters, Misses Edmunds and house, stables in fair and others in specialties. good young orchard. These artists have spent many years condition, before the theatre going public and Good fence around the place; also good cross fences. River does not never fail to please. overflow all of it. Purchaser can make 15 per cent on the investment. If you want a bargain call at at this office. Price, $1000 on easy terms. Several candidates for Circuit Judge and Commonwealth Attorney of the First District spoke in this more easily adjusted city Monday evening. There being no issues of importance in connecto your income by the tion with this campaign, other than use of a checking acthe I. C. Railroad rmtters which count. From month to was not uucorked here, but may be month you have an exlater, the discussion was confined act record of all money mainly to "why I should be elected and the other fellow should not." received and paid out. 1 De-Le- four-roo- m THECOST Of LIVING A checking account is an indicator that helps you to keep your income ahead of your expenditures. In addition to ketp-in- g your money mat- ters straight, a checking account is conven- ient, it gives you safety for your funds and a receipt for ever bill paid. THE HICKMAN BANK Hickman, Kentucky. Evidently the lid is off in Obion county. The Democrat says : "One j of the largest snakes that has been seen in mis county in many years Is known to be in the vicinity of the Will Duncan farm just east of town, George Posey saw the reptile several months ago and told his friends but he described it as being us big around as a man's leg and about 10 feet long and it was thought that he But a few djiys ago was joking. Gent Palmer was passing Ihrough the Duncan farm when he saw the reptile and his description bears out that of Posey's in every detail. Mr. Palmer says that the snake is a moccasin and fully as large as described. He is carrying a bottle of chloroform in his pocket and expects to capture the reptile in this man-neThe gentleman will never catch up with that snake carrying only the one bottle. r, nreen Feptxin. 'RemoTej the aeoda, chop fine and rook about ten minute la two tablcipooni butter. Heaion, rool nn4 aproar between thin IIro ol broad. Th bread may be buttered ot daughter of Robt. rprlnkled with grated checno. The Crystallized FrulL Then are. McCain, of near Clayton, died Sun deli day evening of membraneous croup. cate sandwiches to err At a Chop lunch or for taa. lhe remains ot the little tot were the, fruit Ann and afternoon with aweet thicken laid to rest Monday at Antioch. rream. Spread aa uiual on thinly cut W. R. Markle's New Sunny South bread. Flah Friday. One of the best and no mado Sandwiches. Theaa may be; r of any fluh. Mince lhe, doubt the largest boat on the river. fish fine, aeason to taste, add ilad His shows are always new and enter- drrjglnR and apread. taining and Hickman should turn out Netifchatol Cheese,. Thla la eicel- roster-Milburand see this. It has been a long lent In sandwhlchos, mixed with an time since anything like this has equal quantity of chopped nula and aeasoned with paprika. They are bat been hprc. ter If made of ry or brown bread, Morris Blakcmorc, a well known should be served at any Informaland or young farmer residing south of the "Dutch" lunch with coffee. Olives city, cut and painfully injured Sam Select the itufffd ollrea 10 Holman Saturday afternoon in a there will be no waste. Cut them up $100 Reward, l?00. difficulty which took place in the fine, mix with cheese (or nuts. If pre- - The reaierof thl pper will hr pleAMsl Paris Drug Company's store, was rerreri) and salad dressing. Spread on to learn that there I at on thinly cut slices of bread preferably ill.rA.r that ctrnre ha been utile ilriwletl to cure given a preliminary hearing and nrown. In all It and that I (Jnlarrh. Hall' placed under $500 bond to await f'atnrrh Cure I theonljr rntlllre cure now regular trial. Fulton Leader. To Rid-- a House of Flies. known to thu inwllrnl fraternity. Catarrh require a Iwlnit a ronttltutlnnal l Bullock Samuels entered his Boni-t- a A good way to rid your home of rcnalllutlonal treatment. Ilall'a Catarrh suckling colt in Tyler's colt show flies is to mix in a small watering Cure I taken Internally, nctlna directly up at Hickman Saturday and it wore pot equal parts ot crude petroleum, on the blood and inticou surface of the the blue ribbon home, backed up by or if that is not obtainable, use yitam, thereby daitroylua the foundation a $20 gold piece as a premium. The kerosene, and water, and sprinkle of the dltease. and Klvlntf the patient trennth by building up the colt is by Tyler's thoroughbred sad- all outhouses, barns, garbage piles and naiUtlnc nature In doing II ronatltiltlon Murk. Tha dle stallion. Irascible Squirrel and is or drains with the mixture. Then proprietor have o much faith In It cura a beautiful animal. The dam, Boni-t- a sprinkle the window sills and wipe tive power that they offer One Hundred is a blooded mare and both strains off the netting on your screens with Dollar for aay cat that It fnlla to cure. II show in the colt. Mr. Samuels a cloth wet with kerosene, and you Hand for at of testimonial. Ailro., P. J. Oil KNKV A aO Toledo, O. naturally feels very much elated, as will soon see the flies disappear. Kohl by nit DruirtiUU. TIo there were sixteen entries in the This, too, will pervent you from beTnk MuU'e family Till for ooiutlpatlon, suckling colt class. Clinton Gazette. ing bothered with mosquitoes, FOR S ALF. : 220-acr- e farm , well On Friday evening. Miss Lillian which are so troublesome this year. improved dwelling, 3 tenant Choate entertained a large number Do this quite often during the ot friends, lhe rooms were beauti- summer months, say two or three houses, 2 large tobacco barns, 2 large stock barns, Fairbanks scales, fully decorated in potted plants, cut times a week. 1 2 welts, spring. The kerosene not enly drives the fenc I and cross-fenceHalf mile nie Carpenter assisted In receiving. flies away, but when the places as tne guests arrived, punch was where they breed are sprinkled the to ts?o churches, half mile lo school served in the library by Misses Lois eggs will be destroyed and the house, on rural route and telephone and Bess Choate. A tea contest. household will be saved from this line and short distance from two and other funny contests passed the miserable pe.st. This method has good markets. 204) acres in cultitime pleasantly and quickly. Music been trie'd and fouud to be excellent. vation. An ideal farm. Adjoining land last year sold for $65 per acre ; and singing were interesting features of the evening. Tickling or dry Coughs will quick- this can be bought for $10 less on Refreshments of cream and cake were served. Car ly loosen when using Dr. Shoop's the acre. A number of improvenations were presented the guests as Cough Remedy. And it is so ments in way of orchard, etc. If thoroughly harmless, that Dr. Shpop you want a bargain, ask for No. 43, souvenirs. tells mothers to use nothing else, at Courier office. even for very young babies. The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous u l?ft-ove- Soma Bandwlchc a. 13. Walker, Catlet It Broadway, Hickman, Ky , says; am a strong believer in the merits of Doan's Kidney Pills and firmly believe that it It were not for them, I would have remained the confirmed invalid that I had been for two years. The pains in my back were so severe that I could hardly stoop andto straighten after performing thiv action was equally as difficult. There were dreadful pains in my head and at times I would become so dizzy that I could hardly stand on my feet. My health rapidly declined and I was truly in a critical condition when a friend advised me to use Doan's Kidney Pills. Al though I had almost despaired of getting relief, I obtained a box at Helm & Ellison's drug store. The results of their use were remarkable. In less than three weeks I was restored to good health and every of Kidney complaint had been eradi cated from my system." For sale by all deaUrs.. Price SO n cents. Co., Buffalo New York, sole agents for the Unit ed States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. words Mrs. G. : 'I B. T. DJ2UIS, AUorncy-At-Lnw t Dart nimek. HICKMAN, KENUCKY Will ptntUt In all thr o.rli I, t ttntr." Offltt mit mail ilj, ,f -- Hickman Furniture Go. Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Hickman, Kontucky TraAiaae M: so Of Interest to Women, In sewing In sleeves, intteid of binding the seams use the Freoca seam. It is much neater and thickly done. To keep a pencil drawing frca blurring dip it gently in quite freia milk and dry on a smooth, hard surface, face up. Turn hoi. water cans upude di each time after using. It is the drp of water left that causes rust, that is soon followed by a hole Handketchief corners will more exactly if the handkerchi'.'i are folded with the first crease cm tbe line with the wide threads linen. If, when boiling ham, you aJl U each gallon of water a trac p of vinegar and six or eight cloves the flavor will be much improved, Always let a ham cool in the water m which it Is boiled and it will ktrp deliciously moist and nice. Nickel plating may be cleanei with walcrand wbltlng or with alff and alcohol as easily as silvr Where there is a large amouut ti nickel to be cleaned gasoline will da the work well and quickly. lrt ter. at ' !. a Dorcna. Tiler, of Hickman, was here Tuesday, on business. B. D. Doss was in New MaJnl Robert waak and atlica woaBen. har 1 at lea on vaytohalp. But with that way, two Uaatmenta, tout to oombined. On U local, one la oonatHav tonal, but berth ara Important, both aant1il Dr. Shoop't Mlcbt Cun If the local. Dr. BhooD'l jUctcnUri, tha ConiUtatfocal. The (ormar Dr. Shoop't Might Cure lit topical nuoou mamcrana auppoaiioir remaar, bUafir. 00091 PMioiaaT u wnou an intamal mat. Tha ttaMoratfra raaobaa throughout the Ura irtkiBL igaUoi' tha repair ot all cam. u uaau. auu au piooa anmaam Tha "NLiht at It najna bapllaa. doe tat work while youaUes, baootkasaanaiulloaaav M Doeoua auriaoee, baala local weaknea and Hicham, while ah lUatoiatjTa, aaaaa narroaa iicitebeat. (Ira ran wad ylaof and ambition, build up waeted Uwsaa, brfagtnjr about notwad fttanith, Ttfor. and anarrr. Taka Dr. Bboop'i Kaatontlre Tabled or Uautd ai a caoeral tool otbaantaam. far poaVtlT loaal halo, uee at wall Weak Women shrub 1. W'. give-thcurative properties to Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. It calms the cough, and heals the sensitive bronchial membranes. No opium no chloroform, nothing harsh used to injure or suppress, Demand Dr. Shoop's. Accept no other. Sold by all dealers. e We Serve More Ice Cream Sodas Why? There s a good reason we serve more Ice Cream Sodas than any other Why A large fish got hung bridge across Gander Thursday and for several was delayed in getting f Dr. vShoop's "ALL DEALERS" under the creek last hours tariff the bridge tip high enough for the fish to pass out ana gq on If way. ri nis ine scene was witnessed by many persons and Night Cure the postmaster. Mrs. Hugh Barry has returned from a short visit to Nashville. fountain in town. It's because 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. 1 last Thursday, on business. Several. men from here went t5 Charleston, Tuesday, on businf J. H. Pickett passed through Tuesday, enroute to Charleston Rev. Stonecipher preacheJ an interesting sermon to the people her Sunday, Mvlea Lee and Ed Ivev. of W Island, attended services at L Grove Sunday. Guy Hall returned home Sunlav, from Blythesville. He visited mi sister, Mrs. II. D. Lawrence. Miss Marietta Faulks has return ed to her school at Locust Grove, after a vacation of three weeks. James Townsend went to Fanning ton Thursday, to visit his father, who has been there for the past sir months. L. L. Hinshaw moved his mother to East Prairie, Thursday, for the purpose of sendihg his neice, Riai to school. HELM & ELLISON Everett, of Madrid Lawrence Bend, attended court here this we THE DIRIGIBLE BALLOOf B. EXPERT MISLED FOR ONCE . a..- -. uhn Ro'iert Knih enthue Made First Succeee. ful Invention. But It Is 8ald Shoemakers Generally Can Tell Where Their Cuttomere Live. tut nl ml I form the scent ilio dirigil lite lnnro nSmlup ...1 it frittt Mil .... II Villi it tttitfti fiA it was ii'lcnsix! ti r 1 1 """' rt S. Knnbenihuc, who walked .. fmin it. ni mill In Imi 111" lllollc llMll vjnv; ;m iu ri r, '1 lie balloon was of .Jnpntiesi with propeller in front, mid (lu rudder guided it with mill lu II 11LJ1 "iivhiij n a Kitnf iil" 1 1 I m W Tim M.rnn.fs nl ground n ma of up lc upon the i 1 ti lino vviikh; .... rttiti pbiiie of nn audience for Mich .... ... iii.iiiiiiniit ttm fmm wu ..a llivwv io liia inn Tl Ilk: III IIH F. Baldwin built t tic ul.uh inailo it flight on thii i ft l t loi.lJt" tiny, oecupicu ny nouen i 1 IJfll .i 1. . iti it ml it... ... n I mi' nn. t e award to Thomas F. Baldwin of tht i r Jtinut and inventor Ac. alio lms Hindu thousand .r.'Mtn indent, in iinercnuug. Iftii made the science of aerial .Mon niul the building of air The story of s 1. 1 life work. Itnlilvrin mi an ni'mnnttt. nl t1 I ty himself it a faciuating r .lion concerning the new or Vntional Magazine. of tiling. SUDDENLY u'u liallllfft. flllll iniZLIl Willi HllllrV at his iMt invention as i tm ... n nt viiitl flllll Tim .. full fiHtf ...itliitt r l II ' tin ' 'rjin which it started, aftei nl Atn a tour of n iuiiiiIht ol t 1 1 1 i I, "! FLUSH. it n n;xjioi i ton oj in papers. Hetty Green U Rcttln' blch- :rj i.ju jih. and nn bit one or i tui:iptuoui banquet. ! HkjiuhjIs Mice as not. Mehlt- ljiii mint h&va mmo tnfar mnmA tat WOMAN HA8 MADE II tilHl 11. I'ImhI 1.1 LI. -- I 09 OD. I II Ill B I UMU I i.1 11 iiuniiinnr in 1110 vnrifi. ma a remarkable succom sinco ten- Uginning of this enterprise. 1. I tan lhjuk J W IV nff J "- JT II 1....: AtittiaiaL aotr IIUUI Tsnttire wn in keeping a small .A ftw's being a good education. qv uaa liv U4 " uu k stationery store, but into the publishing busi- ai one of thorn sudden inspi- ')u wlmh later spell biicccss. 'i r.r 'ne manuscript or .Mr. nd- y iicy Adams Sawyer," she - - - imj witvtlAJ VW UIIIIU Ulit IIIC and slvt-- 1 nn wt. m The expert shoemaker is in his sort of Sherlock Holmes: he can tell by looking at a customer's Gasoline at the Courier Office, j Council Proceedings next week. shoes sonieth'ng about whero the cub. D. A. Luten was here from Union Henry Travis was in Nashville tomcr lives, and this not by mud on City Monday. list week, the shoes or tho absence of it, or any Mrs. G. R. Gwyn, of Clinton, Dartlett Murrell has been quite such commonplace evidence as that, died Monday. sick this week. but by the manner in which the Cassius Crossland, of Mayfield, shoes show wear. Hut he is not Dock Adams, of Madrid Bend, was here this week, was here this week, Here, for instance, is a wnmnn R. B. Flat, an attorney of Clin Labor Day was observed in Hick wlio wears the soles of her shoes man by the postofficc people. ton, was here this week. very thin up at their forward end. nt Judge Dean, of Mayfield, war The Courier and the weekly Com their very tips, there, at the toe; mercial-Appeone year for $1 25 here this week attending court. anti 10 ner: W. A. Harpole was here from Charll Dew returned from a "You live In the country," says visit to relativeshis northern Illinois. Fulton to attend in court, this week. me snoe cxert. The city is putting in concrete Miss Lizzie Heitman will leave "No," says the woman, "I live in ciosslngs in several places this week. tho city. Why did you think I lived for her home at Oermau, Mo., Herman Moore is home from a in the country?" Mr. and Mrs. Judge Robbins, of visit with his brother, Geo. Moore. "Btvause your shoe are worn so at the toes. thought wm walked on Mayhem, visited Mrs. M. Arnberg at ruiton. this week. Attorney Shelbourne was here miicaiiam roail." WANTED TO BUY: A first from Bardwcll attending circuit Ho here the cxtert slipped, misled in this case by not making due al- class Jersey cow and calf. Mrs. L. court this week. It Miss Ruby Fleming left Sunday lowance for a habit of these shoes' P. PIlHson. Mrs. J. R. Brown and Mrs. Rose morning to State College wearer; but usually he can toll. are visiting friends and relatives in at Lexington, Ky. AMONG THE PAPUANS. Mlnlc, Tenn. Join the Columbian Woodmen. Do The Daughters of the Confeder- it now. Help them celebrtte their Only ten miles from Fort .Moresby, acy met with Wrs. C. L. Walker second anniversary. in rapua, or New Guinea, the head Tuesday afternoon. W. E. Matlock, of Alexander, quarters of British administration, a Mrs. Joe Trice and little son candidate for County Court Clerk, white planter was murdered. The have returned to Paragould, Ark,, was here this week. crime was traced to a Papuan, who after a visit to Mrs Joe L. Amberg. Joe Netherland, age 21, of near had built a new house and wanted Hickman will cross bats with the pulton, died luesday of tuberculosis to paint it with a mixture of red Cayce ball team in this city tomor- He leaves a wife and baby. clay and cocoa nut oil. According to row afternoon at 2 o'clock. AdmisThe Columbian Woodmen will tribal custom he was not entitled to sion ISc. have "a time" on the 18th inst. paint his house in that style until he Special orders taken for china and Get in and have one with them. had killed at least one man. So he glassware anything you want deAscher Kennedy will leave Sat killed him. A Papuan living near livered in four days Farmers urday night for Louisville, where he one of the stations of the Ixmdou Hardware Co. will finish his course in Pharmacy. Missionary society was brought be Miss Bonnie Carpenter will leave Mrs. Dr. McKeel, of Mayfield, fore the local magistrate charged next Monday for Jackson, where attended the wedding of her neice. with having kicked his wife in tho she has a position as teacher of Miss tlizabeth Wilson, Wednesday. face. His defense was that he was shorthand and bookkeeping. in a hurry to go to school and his Miss Del Allen returned Wednes Miss Mollie Bourne, of Union wife was slow in bringing him his City, has returned from the St. day from Sewanee, Tenn., where reading book. Louis market, and is with Smith & she has been spending several weeks. Amberg again this season. THE COPPER 8UPPLY. C. L. King, of Corydon, Ky., and The Man That Looks Like Me," P. H. Winston, of Sturgis, Ky., e Though copper is of New Sunny South Friday night at distribution, and the United States the river. A bright musical come- were here Wednesday to attend the Full of laughs from start to funeral of John Luttrell. alone has over 3,000 copper mining dy finish. It will be to your interest to see companies, an American geologist L. W. Carter and let him explain oints out that the world's supply is Candidates for Fulton county ofpractically derived from less than fices should not forget to hand Chair- the advantages of the Columbian Do it now. Woodmen. '250 mines. This includes only lo- - man Dillon the amount assessed to them, for defraying the expenses of Don't let the price of a bottle of alitics supplying 100,000 iraunds or more annually. Of such mines, the the primary, between now and Oct. Helm & Ellison's Tarpine stand be 1, to insure United States contains 59; Japan, the ballots. getting their names on tween you and a good night's rest if it's a cough that's in the way. 38; Chili, 31, and Australia, 28; Every man should be a member but three of these countries produce John Gardner and wife, and moth only 30,000 tons each. .Mexico ranks of some fraternal order. Join the er, Mrs. Gardner, of Martin, attend Columbian Woodmen you not e wedding Wednext to the United States in produc only have the very best and fratemal-ism- , ed the of Maggie nesday, visiting Mrs. tion, while Spain ranks third, hive but also the very best insur- Randle. three-fiftof the ance tbnt is offered. great mines yield It protects John Wickliffe candidate for Com total production, and one mine alone both yourself and your family. monwealth Attorney for this dis contributes We are glad to welcome C. P. trict, from Ballard county, was heie Shumate and wife back to Hickman. this week shaking hands with the FINE REASONING. Mr. Shumate has accepted a posi- vuters. tion with the Mengel Box Co., and Worthy Guests, do your duty. will reside here as of old. We knew C. P. had too much good, Bring in that application that you hard sense to leave Hickman and have been promising us. Help us increase the membership and let the stay leaved. way a nl Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions Years of siratghlforxvard, honest dealing tulth the public Is the repuiallon tue stand on in asking you to let as fill your prescriptions. In all those years toe have made a good many satisfied, steady customers who trade lth us exclusively and ha"te a feeling of perfect confidence in everything e do for them. There is a great deal of comfort In being able to trust your druggist in such a njy and nue should like to have you experience it. HELM Sr ELLISON 1 world-wid- hs one-fift- h. 1VI Jn? was a big luccess, V am ...Uf..t. 1 bevn. vnu caruiihiuuij as fill J 1110 rl the 1 Vaulx Cavitt Drowned. After the horseless carriage, the It is reported here on good auplayerless piano, and all the other thority that Vaulx Cavitt, an old less things that modern invention Hickman boy, fell out of a skiff in- has devised, New York is to have .to the Mississippi river, Monday a waterless restaurant, and of all .H.nlnn HUUUl .! a'aLhI. , clUU WilS ...I i.. v.li4lg l.ni.1 auk u places in the world, it is to be on the drowned. The drowning occurred site of the old Saranac Hotel, on at St. John's Bayou, about Broadway, near street. of a mile above New MadJohn L Murry, backed by a syndi- rid, Mo. cate of wealthy tobacco manufacturWhile the information is meager ers, has obtained a 21 years' lease as to the circumstances surrounding of the building, and his plans are the unfortunate affair, a telegram elaborate and unique. received here Tuesday confirms the In the new restaurant all one will report of the young man's death. have to do will be give the order He is said to have been in a skiff upon entering. Then the most inti- with two other men the latter bemate and confidential conversations ing intoxicated and when Cavitt may be pursued with immunity from j fell from the boat they were unable the eager ears of the servitors, for to rescue him, but rowed back to a at the end of each course all one will shanty boat and told a fisherman have to do will be to press a button. what had happened. The fisherman Then, in Arabian Knights fashion immediately put out several hooks the center of the table will sink and lines below where Cavitt sank, through the floor into the serving but the body was not found until late and presently will rise Wednesday evening. Rivers Cavitt, again with the new dishes. The brother of the deceased, left last table has been pattened by Mr. night for New Madrid to take charge Murray, who has just returned from of the remains, which will be brought Europe, where he searched for ideas, to this city tonight via Cairo. and the plan will be made practic- The funeral vill take place from the able by having the kitchen nex' to undertaking establishment of t h e the top floor, but connected with the Hickman Furniture Co., at 9 o'clock serving rooms on an the other floor tomorrow morning.. Services will be by means of a dumb waiter system held at the cemetery by Rev. J. W. Waters. operated by compressed air. Vaulx is a son of Mrs. S. M. Cavitt, of this city, and up to about a Big Trees. year ago run the store now owned The tallest tree in the world is byC. H.. Moore, on the hill. He the Australian eucalyptus, reaching was reared in this city and was a total altitude of 480 feet. The about 27 years old. biggest are the mammoth trees of The bereaved mother and relaCalifornia, some of which are 276 tives have the sympathy of the ento 376 feet in height and 108 feet in tire community. circumference at the base. From measurements of the rings it is beAt the meeting of the city council lieved that some of thes trees are from 2,000 to 2,500 years eld. Tuesday night, besides other imThe oldest tree in the world is said portant business, Hie City Marshal to be on the island of Kos, off the was given strict orders to see that coast of Asia Minor. It is several stock of all kinds be kept off the thousand years old, but just how streets according to the citv ordi many no one has dared to say. The nances. After the 15th of this month, tree is carefully preserved by a wall the enforcement of the law will beof masonry around It, and the trunk gin. This should have been done Ion? aeo. and everv citizen of the it thirty feet in circumference. town will be glad to know the drastic new members enjoy the 18th with enforcement of the measure will at The city dads met in tegular ses- us Cowgill Rogers was elected by last be undertaken. sion Tuesday night, and from all rethe city council, Tuesday night, as From this date until and including ports, had a stormy session. A prop daughter of W. The assessor for the city of Hickman. osition to create an office of Street the 18th inst. the Columbian Wood- Three of the members were in favor T. Vaught, residing in the Clayton Commissioner (whose duty would be men offer as an inducement a reduc-t- i of Jno. A. McClure and three for neighborhood, died at the home of n in the entrance fee, also guaranlooking after the street work) and Rogers, necessitating the mayor s her parents last week, of membranoff the police force in tee that parties coming in under this vote, which was given Rogers. ous croup. Burial at Antioch. take one man lieu thereof was the cause of con dispensation will be granted the privilege of taking or not taking the tention. three-quarters A Waiterless Cafe. Forty-secon- d room-beneat- h Wilson-Randl- j riMl Ulrnn i.Tiwio uio&nB&i . MBiw uuu aujuuujr ur xiic ucaiu raio At Will UV JJvl vi'tiwmi ' uiiipA w "- - tvii AVUJ no oiuxt f ...... a sr "Tou should be ashamed of yourself to be boou with a elrl that'a uot aahamed to bo seen with you!" SOMETHING STRONGER. UlOiUlU Ci" .... .... 1 ' rpiaumics between 1831 and I., iu uijr cicnneu up along other German citiei. m1 tini (Vriimn physicians are praying KJVi'riiment to limit the supply oimmuio. uicaning up I Pat Sir? yo nivver heard o' th' big wind in Ireland? Begobs, mon, yr wail in tin thousand I Thot wind blew ivvcrytmg lengthways, side- ways sure hie iti .11.1 11... ii. . niv uiub carry nan ... uie . . idgeways, shortways ; it was th' strongest thiug S8 ivvcr blew against a mon I The Listener There ih something hit! stronger, Fat. IMPORTANT. 11 "o you think the nominating ... a tuiivcmion are very im- " ll .... Pat Toll mo what, now! is stronger? The Listener Your breath lustrated Sunday Magazine. KNEW GIRL NATURE. 1 Phat Il miliul II ,vu ' ,u'Jr Hiey are tmnortant" yreil (I,.. ,.i ... .fiernn campaigner. lan'fi'xpuct the boys to keep rt,(Mll the time. There must iw tl 8 , between ovations to "icta a chunce to rest up." h!"n'ou Star. 11 uu;rver. I "We were overstocked with ladica' tics, but our boss was smart enough to work them off." "How did he manage it?" "Simply enough. Put 'em in the men's department." When I was young, people had bad colds, soaked their feet in hot water and took a few draughts of catnip and got well. Now they have lagrippe, take quinine and feel sick all the summer. Then they had sore throat, wrapped a piece of mast-fe- d bacon in an old woolen stocking, tied it around the neck at night and went to work next day. Now they have tonsilitis, a sugical operation and two week in the house, Then they had stomach ache and took castor oil and recovered. Now tney have appendicitis, a week in the hospital and six feet due east and west and six feet perpendicular. They worked then, they labor now. In those days they wore under clothes: now they wear lingerine. Then, they went to restaurant; uowj I .ir nn In till. .iff. Tli.n tliirl broke a leg ; now they fracture a crazy th;n;i limb. People went they have a brain storm now. Poli ticians then paid good hard cash for support ; now they send government garden seeds. Yes, times have changed, and we all change with the I hat's progress. times. Vi initiation. No. 38 Fine 440 acre stock farm, in Mississippi county. Mo., has four sets of housos on it, together with other improvements. 19 5 acres cleared, test in timber 390 acres pro-t- c ted by the uew government levee. Owner is cutting five crops of alfalfa on this place each year, and the cotton and corn now growing will give Rents you an idea of its fertility. readily for S4.50 an acre. Price very reasonable. Hickman Courier Realty Co. One of the biggest events of the season was the reception tendered the I. T. Club and Bachelor Girls Club Friday evening by the Embroidery Club at the home of Mrs. J M. Hubbard iu honor of Miss Elizabeth Wilson. Mirs Elizabeth Wilson, Mrs. D. B. Wilson, Mrs. H race Luten, Mrs. Maggie Randle, and Mrs. Hubbard received the guests. As the guests arrived, punch was served in the dining room. Progressive raffles was played, the prize, a souvenir spoon, was given to Miss Irene Faris; the other prize, three dainty gold beauty pins, wers A given to Mrs. Henry Amberg. verse, appropriate for the occasion, mounted in a gilt and hand painted violet frame, was presented Miss Elizabeth Wilson. Music and singing by Miss Lily Hubbard, Miss Isola Allen, Mrs. John Dillon aud Mrs. Charles Baltzer. Refreshments of neapolitau cream aud cake were pro G ASOLINE... at the Courier Office... S (ittllou. II IU 11 of the Steamer Lib. , " eu mis week charged ' selling whiskey and placed un- r:,',00 b?,u1' The indictments urni by the Krand jury now I . W1 ' French, , ' I If a friend of yours sees fit to speak to you in regard to the Columbian Woodmen hear him out. Ho has an interest in you, and is talking for the benefit of your wife and children. Cures the worst Cough you In one day. The fiirst dose gives relief. Tarpine Helm & Ellison. ever had served. 1 3 XitkikliJ o m iiwfiiwTH fmnm r x- - mm m- -r aiaw .BMr - . v x. .iaaBaaB estaassaaiaeaa seaaaa mmbiw daaaaaar QOrYRICHT 906 BY DODO MCAD b COMPANY Illustrations BrMEwnx, i m I'rTB 'rr wi i i t . m m u ' I don't see," gasped the executive As the time dragged on, Jerry he from his clothing and burned. One thousand rlffos Is offered for tho re- came more and more despondent mer "What what are you talking about" riernril Chambers, son of n wealthy turn of his body, dead or nllve. Men the fate of Marina Hostos. At last, "I didn't know that Is, wasn't real nt an oaittirit ami ii Miidt-n- t besure nh'iut It until I Inquired Ijd wni nwnrded n mcuilx rrhlp In Hie arc In etery direction hunting for him. he had come to share tho general Cluster nf the Oomlnl. ft mtbi nrgntiUii-tlon- , He jet shall receive tho deserts of n lief that she either had succumbed to morning. I thought the millings 'were raves. Tito founded liy Kinjncy Illness or had been killed. regular ami frequent by this time, xerloly vrna rvclunlvn. inly seven lieliiK traitor." mlmltlnl. Tho luemlior were kimnn lis Oen. Hos I os nt down again and and" rersons. A InoetliiL- - was liold nnd ear CHAPTER XIII. "You are going lo lene Pandaro burled his face In his hands. Jerry ineinl-e- r was awarded the iiill of de tiny, which imiinintod (o mi nJMUcnmen A Hitch In a Program. bowed and departed without speaking this nfternoon tho afternoon of all lo test hi metal. t'lnniliers wns told t Alt preparations fur tho great re- afternoons?" said tho president. another word. ji.tm a period ns n rnillor nml not d foe in North Aitirrlrn for it vear. Thru ti ception to Capt. Jerry Chambers had A few days Inter, when final prepa"That's It. Mint's It, Mr. Ptoaldont. wan dlforlrd to cn to Mexico fur furtlie The Now, you see. My presence on boaid been completed. Instructions which wore to assise lilm to rations were being mado for the march practically another yearn exile, during wlihli tunc of tho victorious nrmy on to tho cnpl peasants' fete had begun, and the the Prnnzos before she snlls Is far lie must tnnkn Id own IIvIiik unassisted tal, one of Ilarado's scouts dashed Into city of Pandaro never before had been more ImiMirtant than my presence nt nml Kei nviTVIhlui; a secret, lie Knlnor hi fntlicfM consent. He nlto nruuiitlitoi camp with Information that a score of In such gala dress. Tho bright rulers the palace after that hour four I Ahirsyltn Jliiyles. his father' choice for tii wife, with tho fin t tluit ho would lie men from the government's forces had of tho new Confederacy Muttered fiom can tell j on. I know you must be In nwny jour. Niic if rt nun nncriiy Intercepted the smnll Pllaro funeral every building, and the public houses tho dark and think I'm crazy, but I Jerry obtained h liorth us aiinerrurR.. cm train 10 miles from the hamlet to were almost hidden from view by simply cannot tell you any more than nn nfMn frflctitrr Jerry sulteri the fol nn the Sister Alary. C'nPt which tho body of tho captain was des bunting and streamers. Tho viniors that I must he aboard that vessel by Milliter tolil Mm that the Imat nan hound for Pr.timi, Koulli Ainrrlon. loaded with tlued and that Marina Hostos and tho came early, and when tho fete was four." pun ror enemies or Mini government. men who nccompanled her had been begun there were fully 25,000 country "You have said nothing to me nbout Jerry, kIvii opiHirtnnltv to desert, passed captured and taken In the direction of people mingling with the democrats of this before," said tho president, scarce It tip. lit- - landed the Klin nn n t'ninlnn the capital. irulser hove In view. At nrst .Sinter Miiry Pandaro. ly ablo to believe his own ears. "Mine wan inasi-d- . inn escaped, I'mumier ne The nbsence of Marina Hosto-- i cast oti had Important word from home? "Following tho Instructions of Oen I tisr made tlio ftliierl nf the ohnitc. I'lmm Ikth vnn captured and thrown Into n Hostos," said tho scout, "the body of a gloom over the occasion. That she Is sonic one " Itiniteon. Marina ltnto, ndoptl iIiiiikIi-te- r Pllaro was cut to pieces and burned was dead was believed by almost "No nothing of the sort: that Is. of Gen. IKkiIos, entcrnl Jrrry'H everybody, and the fnlnt hope In Jer yes oh, you see, I nm under contract nnu miniKiemi to nut woiiiiuh. iitcii with what remained of his uniform." .iiriIo a Htrnnc ImpreAslon on I ho other. ry s breast that she might be alive These words reached the ears of tho Alio wai known nn tho "llttln milnt of to be ut Havana within a sHrtled lirnnln." twcanur of lior nurs nc. Jrrry almost frantic liostos. who pleaded wns now but a dim spark. It was time." He sighed and smiled ns though by Con. IIotos. wnn Hcntrnrnl ti that every tried that one day bo given uor lo he had made himself perfectly clear effort be made to recover tllf nt nunrlKP thn folloulnc day. Mnrlmi mourning for tho "little saint of to the befuddled mind of tin execuMkHpiI Jcrrr. tlixm tiroiniiir of Mn film's his daughter. lovo, (Tpt. I'llaro pleilRod lilmsflf to frro "I shall do all lit my power to re Urania," hut the suggestion did not tive. (. iiattNrn. Tlio trio HhsIkiI away on liurvfhack Into nt night. HhrlliT wan n" cover your daughter," said Harado, carry because of the doubt of her be"And j on want" iirnl thr follow Inc day. ilnrlim and ing dead. In many churches, however, Yes, I've simply gK lo have It fiC l'ilaro derided to join Ocn. llarndo's and he forthwith dispatched men In , ..er ..u. all directions. iirmy, seoklnR to overthrow the Kinern ,.,u,,B can nx m, tmt rffos flt ,(.ag,, ,f inent. They unltoil with the rplicl" were offered, and so certain wore n, Ocn. Ilarado's sweeping victory m)tl(.r ('Iminl-er,,IlKtl,,mi, lo y,,,,, lfliic made a rantaln. Cunt. many that she was not alive that they , w, 1'llnro dlwl of fever. Marina aeronipanled practically ended the bitter war. The ,h ld. body to hurlal. Oen. Harado then lay government at Pandaro now was hope miu uiui iii crL-n-- uu iiuir mt.ftr!i I can." In uult for ltoMlon. In a flerrei battln tho Jerry pleaded that tho reception to lessly ovennnlchcd, and even the most fiirmer won. Jerry frustrated an nt Harado looked Into Jrrrj's dancing tempt to a&RaoslnatP Hen. itarado. ('apt. him bo stricken off the program but eyes for fully u minute nml then burst vnamucm waa ueiOKaieil to uri'ept this loyal supporters of Cardovas urged In view had of thn fact that thousands him to acknowledge the Inevitable and tos' sword as a token of surrender. Into violent laughter. Jrrry smiled, to gtvo up before more blood was traveled from the countryside to see but It a a sickly smile. CHAPTER XII. needlessly spilled. The news of Ilarado's only hint and the president or the na"Of course, you shall hate all the On to Pandaro. victory created panic at the capital; tion It was decided that tho reception money you want," said the president, 'Un lo Pandaro! On to Pandaro! should be held. Out of deference to "loyal I cannot you This cry rang exultantly from tho thousands of terror-strickethe memory of Marina Hostos, bow "but In suc greatunderstand why Panists" lied to the mountains. haste to Irate are. throats of thousands In tho drawn-uPresident Cardovas, In a last desper ever, a jmstponetnent to May 13 was daro. Surely, you cannot bw- weakenranks of the victorious army as Jerry made. ing before tho honor that hi to be Chambers escorted tho fallen leader ate effort, concentrated his dlscour- It Is doubtfut If any other cran you tfrfs afternoon, and " forces around Pan- government forces past tho uged, of tho shared President If.inido's glory tnon-full- shown dart), determined to prevent, , If "Oh. that v01 bo easy." saU- Jnry. soldiers to Oen. Ilarado's tent. than Jerry. He was lionized' br the entrance of the revolutionists you wllf Sx me out?" The rigid etiquette of war was all classes, and there was a demor- - "Hut "Por all you want." when the two grizzled leaders into the city. Ilarado's triumph re stratlon of enthusiasm every time In- Within a fovr minutes Jerry Chammet. Apparently oblivious to their sulted in thousands of desertions from appeared In public view. bers had surroundings, they embraced each the government's ranks; among those only was the namo of Jerry equivalent on hi person T00 riffo. ?ot who went over to the other side were to about Hod In tho money other, and tho tears from Oen. numerous ofllcers high In both mili- Chambers on tho- Hps of every man, - of the United States or America. This eyes were as sincere and woman and child c Urania, but It was- was a fortune to him. fof at no time as those which dimmed the tary and clWe circles. Gen. Hostos, lofty In the minds ot the people of the realizing the hopelessness of further ho lioarded the Sister Mary In sight of tho vanquished lkistoo. United States of Atwrfca by this time. after llnyl he poss?-ne- d the Krlo "On to Pandaro! On to Pandaro!" resistance, urged the president to inure One of the proudest hearts In all than S2S. basin again and again hurst from the ranks. cease hostilities and to make Immedi- America beat wlthfn tho breast of peace. Whllu he was dressing for thy great "Oen. liostos shall bo my gueslst," ate upon receipt Two weeks after the great battle In Walrace Chambers, who. son's where reception Jerry reflected on tho hlna-n'osaid Barado. after he had regained of Information as tir hfs with inliuJ amusement iid tho north the victorious Harado and abouts and accomplishments In- they control of his emotions; "ho shall cvcry privilege, every honor, every his nrmy started for the capital. caus-- r of liberty, dnefared that ho Uonht. ft wns shortly iifler two o'clbrk Kverywhero along the route he was knew "he would respect to which I am entitled." show tho 'Chambers "On to Pandaro! On to Pandaro!" hailed as Urania's gnutest hero. colors,"' Of course, Mrs. Chambers' when the first strains from the great at places, anxious heart throbhe-- f with apprehen military band of 70 pieces burst It Re "Yes on to Pandnro!" cried Ha- There was some rado, bringing his form to its full but the progress of the vfctors was not sion and fear, but tilt-- tears that carac nrmdcal thunder fYrmi behind n forest height, seeming for a moment to for-K- seriously checked. Cardovas, hecdi to give her relief sprang from a Jiool of palms In tho balcony of the gnmd his old friend. Then, his eyes mel- less of all advice and, entreaty, stub of Incomparable prldo. And there was nvdlroom of the palace. Almost alt of lowing and his voice softening, ho bornly prepared to oITex battle on the another, too, who wept tears Marsyl-l- a the guests had astwnibled by that time. The committee on arrangements had placed his hand on liostos' shoulder outskirts of Pandaro, but tho size and Hocr!ess hut they were tours of planned to have Opt. Jerry escorted and said: "It Is the fortune of war, splendid strength of Tiarndo's forces fo of my old friend, and it has been against overawed his men, who lied In panic Jerry Chambers vras under "con- - r:30the station Tile honor promptly at o'clock. minister of Jlistiee you. Though the tide of buttle has before them. Tho triumphant march tract-,- - It will bo recalled, to present was to have his anil to swept you from your feet, my lovo for to tho Palaclo del Presldentc wns one hlmstlf at Call Collseo, City of the hall, where llresldent tho center of Harado was you now Is even stronger than It was of the most Inspiring sights ever wit Mexfco, at noon on Jnne 19, tho last when wo stood sido by side and fought nessed In Urania. Tho ttag of the day of the llrst year of his absence. to await him with the Cross of Honor. As is usual In such cases, however, Tor the old cause fought for tho re- confederacy soon was tlntterlng from It was on tho morning of May 12 that public. Your freedom shall bo unre- tho top of tho palace nix! tho govern- ho found himself trying to glvo- there was deluy. Tho lloor waw not cleared until ten stricted; your every desire 'shall be ment of Jose Cardovas was fallen, definite shape to- bis plans for tint-- . and Jerry, who minutes before three, hud been waiting In never to rise again. gratified." future. Keeping a much as ohslbIo an ante-roofor nn hour, was hut lit In tho minds of thr masses there from the sight of the joyous throngs, Harado grasped . the band of the tle short of u of unstrung fallen leader with tho warmth of trim seemed to be but ono name, ono man he went to the offlco of the Trans- - nerves. His eyesbundle on were the chirk Herrero Harado. With tho plaudits Jove, and with a whispered word of Transportation Company. all the time that he wns not trylrwt to comfort, left tho tent. The few mem- of tens of thousands ringing In his I want to reach Havana about Jurm- be pleasant with bers of tho staff, excepting Jerry, de- ears, Gen. Harado was proclaimed 10," said he. "What are your sal-- t When the dignified,those nbout him. minparted with him. Ocn. liostos sat down president of tho Uraulan Confederacy. ings?" ister of Justice finally did eome he al on a campstool and immediately felt The new president, modest and un In tlmr. sir." said the agent. most ran to meet him. "Just luto deep meditation. Jerry, standing assuming, magnanimously gavo full This afternoon nt four one of oiir A funfare or trumpets was fotfowed near tho entrance to the tent, keenly credit where credit was due, and In combination freight and passenger by a mighty roar from the thousand sympathized with him. The general parceling out those to whom extrnor vossoIb the Pranzos will start for persons assembled, being succeeded was tho first to break tho long silence. dlnary honors would bo shown, ho did Havana, You see, bIiico tho war to-- by an outburst that was Tell me, Capt. Chambers," ho said, not overlook tho Seventh Person of gan our service out of Pandaro has than wild paudemontum but Utile loss when Jerry, laboriously, "whoro is my Marina?'.' Tho Gemini, who after the story of been uncertain and unsatisfactory, and clothed In tho full drew of a captain, " how ho had saved Ilarado's llfo from wc have not had chance yet to whip appeared In view. "That I cannot tell you, Oen. Under most circum was tho answer. tho hand of nn assassin had become It Into shape. Tho Prnnzos ts n slow stances ho could keep cm1 and reason"You do not know?" generally known, was hailed every goer, and she will put In three- times ably calm, bat when he feft himself "Sho may return to you." where ns one of tho great figures of before teaching Havana. With good the sole object of 2.WM) eyes h almost "No no, no!" tho old man cried; the war. The suggestion that n great luck, sho should arlve there by lost his bearings completely, scarcely "she must not come to me, against reception be given In his honor met Juno 8. Until the government turns realizing where he was and what he whom W has so deeply sinned! I with unanimous approval, though Jer our other boats back to us our service was expected to do. From the massed ry did his best to ward off such a must necessarily bo Irtegular. I don't sidelines roses wore hurled at him by shall not look into her face; I shall I shall strike her down!" you can count on anything else the women, and the seas of wildly flutdemonstration. think Jerry's first Impulse was to retort "Hut If you will do It." said Jerry, earlier than the last of the month." tering handkeirhlefs and small flags Jerry's heart almost ceased beating almost made him dizzy. This sharply, but It expired In pity for the after ho was convinced that tho peo vanquished leader, who seemed almost ple would havo their "way, "I shall ask and for a moment ho was speechless. wus accompanied by a din of ready to collapse. voices that probably ts ringing In his that tho honors bo shared by one to Finally he exploded: Must I sail for Ha ears yet. 'Great Scott! "Oen. liostos," ho began, slowly and whom I owe, my llfo and my services calmly," "you cruelly wrong Senorlta to tho causo of tho Confederacy. I vana this iifternooii, or not nt all?" Nothing could havo pleased the "If you must reach Havana around preiildent more than tho great receH liostos, who, la the faco of what she havo tho right to Insist that the re has done, still remains tho 'little saint' ception be given as much for Senorlta the tenth, yes," answered tho sur tlon nccorded lo the handsome young prised agent. of all Urania the first woman in tho Hostos as for myself." officer, who, when he came to a stop Jerry's mind was In a jumble, and before him. looked Into a pair of eyes "Hut Senorlta Hostos Is (lead," soino heart of every soldier. You still have the father's heait, and, though tho tor ono suggested; "elso why Is sho not before ho fully realized what ho woh that snapped with lovo and doing ho had mado his reservation. ,He tuno of war has been against you, you hero?" "Sho is not dead; I am suio of that," fumbled In his pockets for money, must retain home of the old love yes, A signal from the master of core- all of tho old love for her. Ocn. Ilos said Jerry, confidently. "It Is not her which a sober thought convinced him monlea Instantly hushed tho vast asnojt have. semblage, ami every ear was Inclined tos. your daughter has been very 111." time to be dead. Sho must ho found." ho did "What's tho fare?" he snapped: "My Marina III?" tnutteied tho old Hut there was not a word of encour towaids the station of honor. "Slxty-Blllffos." mail, tremblingly, his eyes showing the agement from any side. Almost overy-bod"Capt. Gerard ChamlKirs," began "I'll bring the money around when Prosfilont Harado, slowly and Impres In tho capital belloved that Ma fear that was behind them. I call for tho ticket," and tho noxt "Very, very ill. Would you not see rina either had been murdered or was sively, "you stand In tho presence of being held for ransom. President Ha moment ho was rushing towards tho this vast concourse of people this afther with a heart of forgiveness?" "Yes, yes," tho general cried In rado had offered a large reward for the palacu to see President Harado. There ernoon one of tho most beloved men anguish, wrluglug his hands; "bring return of Marina, and tho toustnbul was only ono thought In his mind: 'I In nil Urania.'' Deafening applause her to mo, bring her to me! Bho shall nry of tho nation, as well us the sol must catch that boat; halted the speaker fully three minutes. tilery, did everything In Its power to see tho father of old!" "Mr. 'President," Jerry said, as soon "You nro hero to receive the greatest "1 cannot bring tier to yon now rcstoie to tho people tho "little saint uho had hustled the nation's chief honor that the president of the pcoplu (Inn. liostos," said Jerry, "for sho Is of Urunlu." officer Into a prlvuto olllne, his oyes can confer upon you tho Cross of Oen. Hostos, now firmly reconciled and voice betraying the Intense ex Honor, The whole republic thus hou not here. Sho has gone with tho re mains of Capt. Pllaro to their flual to the situation, promised tho piesl cltcment under which ho wus luhorlng. ors you; all Urania takes this i nouns resting plare. Hut she hns piomlsed dent his full support and loyalty in es- "I'd like to tell you all, but but I of expressing Its gratitude and Its to coino back. You must ho patient tablishing tho new government, and ho haven't tlmo now, 1 must leave Pan Your namo forovoi-- shall agreed that Marina, It found, should dure this ufternoon for Havauai't Oen. HostOB." stand out brilliantly on our loll of Tho old man's faco becamu stern slinro tho honor of the proposed recep Ilarado's chin dropped In amaze- honor; It shall servo as an Inspiration and his eyes Hashed. "Capt. Pllaro tfon to tho beloved Capt. Jerry. ment und ho began to staiiiuier.tmlu to the rising generations not only of wus a traitor," said he. "It Is well The reception was set for May 5 telllgibly. urauia, uui oi overy otiior land that t( that tho world Is rid of him. Ills body when tho 111 at great llt sta flu palsmios "There's no "way out of, It," Jerry admires nil Ihut Is good and strong should be torn to pieces by the dogs sluvo tho outbreak of tho lebelllon went on rapidly,- - "uiid I want you to In u young man. Now, In tho iiiimo of ami bis stripes should be stripped should be In full sway at the capital help me. See? ' the whole people, I deeoralo you with SYNOPSIS. eel-Ire- c, i i xs. x'"v. r r v . i I v vf vv in InivliiL-'marnlh- .r S X ' J, M n - Jerry Jumped for the fUlt, the. Cross ot Honor of the Cunfedar- acy of Uranlav and lift a silent prayer that you long may enjoy happy life. and that Urania and her people, may occupy the warm spot In youa heart that you munopellze In theirs." In another moment the barrier had crumbled mid a wild rush was made towards the young hero, who stind beside the executive. The thouiHlt of tho salting of tfre Prnnzos had been wept from Jerry's mind. Mm and women struggled among thomsotv to touch his hands, and nt timet the crush became an great that giards had to Intercede to keep him and the uresldont from brlng carried off their foot. Which H Rarely Reached, half-hearte- d y - "I hnve hn- - closer oa" Capt Jerry. n 's fast-fallin- g CHAPTER XIV The Solent Sentinel. Tlio brilliant Crtxs rf II :sr inamed on Jerna breast cat it on ami ma Kmc mmsn stilcnoul before1 the ee c' dred or more passengers V i tuatrcr or only short i.r u rt Identity became known n on I'oaru, nnu, aitnouxn ne Knp Keep llllnseir in the harlc was uiiiiuie hi escaiM' inn m KiUL--lliui were lln m a . n ir v. en-Jo- - n bush-fightin- lc slow-mo-In- g High on the- wall wus a big elick, ! which up to tills- time had the notice of the young captain. While Jerry was mumbling out thanks tiwthe Iiersons who trail: his hnnd. ProitlUVnt Harado sent !nt his ear at trfuso range: "The Pranzos sails In 13 minutes'" The warm smile o Jerry's Hps rwze Instantly nnd' his eyes shot up to the big timepiece. For an Instant he was paralyzed; then. In a realization that sent the blood" surging to his twain, he turned and! grasped the- arm of the beaming executive, exclaiming excitedly: "I still have time' I must irach her! Takii me out let me rut to tlio rear!" He actually was tugging at the president's arm, tho masseN before him gtiplng In bewilderment. "Hut. captain, yon ennnor "I mustr Come on, If yisr If you osc-ipoi- fortaMe under rfte whlp"eJ aatlomof which lie knew h!r:-,- t lilt) IH- - nuuji.1 III' ieit.si.--u- . as nniert out of the view rt th as possible until after dusk r leatlnc Jerrv of his greatest triumph t- -. ! h?J OTtlhrrnnltv rlhtl Hint eeediif III catching the Vrzz correapondlngly disgusted that U not- ntrn n ir-i- t ti ttnvt th beat 1 h- - ttr hn.i. wn ill..- - tin. Ul it capital had been hidden f.s-- : stretf hed ont on a chair and W plctirrhig the iKisslbllltlea of '! ture! Allowing the Pranzo na' 10 In r.inr-Ilnrntin lit WTSlM lllflMH Hill- lovo In Hos-tos,- - the Uranlan Confederacy was being hurried aeross the floor towards a rear door, holding back as Nut he could and art the tlmo trying to get his words fnto Jerry's heedless ears. Once In an adjoining room, the president held Jerry In a effort to. be henrd. .".Mr. President." desperately cried Jerry, "I must nm for my very life! I'll Jump Into the first carriage and I will reach that bunt In lime!" "Hut, my captain' "I'll write you from Havana! Good-by- . " Mr. dctt-rmlne- mof another Instant tho president of instance between nun c.it sua Crux nnd the City of Mu were sailing twice a woe- Ih-- r Cuban nietrui!ls and nml lm f..ll Hint If li.t wni'.l El II....... .. .11 t... l"il .... Ith kf e. .. . . n.ruiu liniu limn tea "centra'1 follaro nrrordlliR isnni inai ne woiiiu nam m i III lll'l" ill IIIK III uuu i'i Instructions, he let his m J ll- back to New iork. and v T - 11.1 J I. Ill " ill. - n ... demon-Htratlo- "Hut" "So long, so long!" Urania was alone, and rushing madly towards a carriage In the driveway was Capt. Jerry Chambers, the Cross ot Honor beating on his gilded breast and his ees wild with fear and excitement. "To the Trans Oreanle docks!" he cried In the surprised man on tho box. "Fifty ilffos If you get mo there In time byfoie four, your head knocked off If you don't," The next moment two horses were galloping down tho driveway, a merciless whip cutting streaks In their backs. Never had two steeds raced so madly through tho streets of tho old capital; never boforo had n driver taken such chances. As Jerry sprang out of the currlago at the dock, Just as the clock In a tall tower near by inng out the hour of four, ho thiow u handful of colas at the dazod driver and dashed for tho pier of the Pranzos. The gang-planwas Just being taken In und the boat's propeller was beginning to churn tho water. Jerry did nwt wait for tho plaug to he reset, but Jumped for tho lull, which ho barely reached. "Close shave," said one of tho boat'; " "Cuptiiln Hut the next Instant the president of sickness seized him, What would be not na: nr M very moment If he could nreseiieii nf Ills tiarenta In Inr uresa oi a caiuain oi ine iu leoeracy anil witn ine mu rt ..." tnai a grateful upon 111 in ? Mnnv film, tin kitiuioiiL in " mercici nnairs oi t rania Pranzos. nuiong them brlnt i;a no iXJix-z- . tno loreim "i. ami importing incrciiniu Amerleu anil ii mini or H llioss Will, U.mne WllK-- l -- llllluniui IIIK I'Vttl III" . - - m ,lu'" oeuu or rai uaro anil...l.i.lr' rioounIzoil ii u iiiiii or Mm UK.' fill young women of all I'mnl" ' hnd heard of Honor staunch suniKirter of met am eminent. un tile morning or tin' Honor lpez Intrisluced lir- Jerry, In turn presenting h --t . 1 ... ITO Hi: CONTINl l I" Man. olllccr. Mauls that compound bcr lo lilt ihut wldo hiatus. Ihnt erwlBo have remained inior- l'1" mill t Iw. l.n lln. nnliirul Itual; and ho sympathlzei one In his death, and will l' ' ated Willi Ibn other hv hi ' Hon. Without another state bo utterlv Imnosslblo fur hh11 plain the dllllcullles of tlil"ij Ing earth, hut destined for ho forms the link between 'JC: of being, and partakes m" f giossuesB of tho one, and "'""'"V tho rofli'ieiiient of tho other - C. Coltou- - I 9 ELEPHANT HAKES HER GOOD FORTUNE In Vain FULLY FILLED THE BILL. SOME NIGHT VISITS E8 Aft.r Years Spent k-- WHAT THE TRADE MARK MEAN! TO THE BUYER Effort. FROM THE CIRCUB AND . aa A N. laT3 K ., nnys: E9 IN A Town UNSEEMLY HOUR. i ." ftl Flnillnc Stimlny nUlit Inm, 1 trim trnt a dull aoh 01 a iitno. llrtilhorn' Miow en ithn kn th Binnll hours of tho morn im evnieiiny U went rnllliiK. Mri nn hy llitiWny ho wont tiinis and cIitTii In tho nt'lgh tlr-ntr-r ,,f ih monotony, nrolinbly. of iuiilnv nvrnlnc unit tho nut Imvpllng. nml iifTfctiMl with a to iionio on that tiny, Ik hiIvhiiIhro whllo hU keeper up ine ntnKeii to rileep to Jiull nliHcklen worn nttrtchcd, and take In tho town or a flked lo of anyway. Unit homo no cnmo to wna mm I i Itwm, ucroM tho road from nflcctod my ktdnoyi, Sovero pains In my back and hips becntno constant, and sharp twinges followed any exertion. Tho kidney secretions were badly disordered. I lost fleih Still rnw Inn weak to work. Though constantly uslnn medicine I despaired of being cured until I becan using Doan's Kidney I'llls. Then relief camo quickly, nnd In a short tlmo I was completely cured. I am now In excellent health." flold by all dealers. CO cents a box. KoitoisMllburn Co., Huffalo, N V. PICNIC FOR THE PUP. i nan a bad fall and n f Cam "nvo years ago It l, Hit Devotion to Duty Rewarded by Strange Luxuries. II. Clapp was so determined to enp-tur- o a woodchuck which ho had chased Into Its den that ho followed after and staid In tho nolo all night. When tho dog had got his Jaws about tho enemy he found that ho could not got out owing to tho small alio of tho nnlmnl's hole. Ilathcr than loso his prey tho dog retained his hold on tho woodchuck over night, and was helped out by hli master In tho morning. Tho dog was A Ilnston bulldog owned by George nearly exhausted, and rovlvcd after feeding and drinking In a curious man tier. Ho consumed nbout two quarts of unguarded Ico cream, which had been set nsldo for n party, and capped tho climax by falling Into a bucket of lemonade. Worcester (Mass.) Telegram. WHAT DID JOHNNY MEANT I 1 3 . IW Enraged Drute Played Havoc ith Porchtt and Willi. on the corner of Iltm cro'.imU apparently contemHe a orlitl nUI here, for ho went the irrli lifter tearlnic down the n Mh alrldn and torn off thn l.la rnllliiK on both tho front and for aouvenlra. I . . hca It Ktr heard tlai nolio, and on ut thn window was bndly kic Nero kl i' ire a huge eelphnnt. LfJ ra trly through another fence kl Camilla place, when ho Ml iliv lid of tho cittern, and Miss i drchrra he lowered tho water U smashed the pump and tho anil tore up eomu cherry trees. bMaiunjc his pllgrlmaKes, Nero M over the lan to John l'aci'l- rhrrc wero evidently tood thlngi It In sight or scent there, a ho fcr the kitchen, broko the west and on tho north itldo of tho tore cut thn window, frnmo and I Mr Pagelcr, aroused by his un J vllutloti, col up to Invest!- Hi' ys Nero wan pumplnR at lite well Just like a man, and the water did not come fait kU to suit him ho wrapped hla atujinl the pump and broko -i Johnny's Pa 800 here, young man. How do you expect to get on If you nover see things? You must look for things alwayn keep looking as I do. Johnny Geo! Ouch! Col. Charles .Coocy, the president of tho American Federation of Aero clubs, said tho other day of an aeronautical pilot: to "Ho Is really too absent-mindepilot n balloon. Ho used, you know, to bo a railroad conductor, but ho had to give up tho work; ba was too t-minded for It, too. "On his train, ono day, as be pasted through tho cars taking up tho tickets, a Joking passenger. Instead of proffering his pasteboard, solemnly proffered his forefinger. "Never noticing anything out of the way, tbo conductor punched a llttlo chunk out of the side of tho finger and passed ou." d absen- A A Unanimous Vote. I the whole block wns b:' naturally, no onu wanted IVihntu--' with tho monarch of ll nr.tii Mr 1'aicek'r telephoned Hillce and they quickly nrtiuxed a di ten of thn Hhowiuen who at the car up town, who found J;hnnt In John Wllm'a yard. le he had reputed hla perform- M'li the pump nnd thrown up a I'wb in tho air nnd was content us carrylnjf off a hie hnrn. ru hin cpoken to by tho men. qiili My bark to thn ahow grounds, la waKKlah nick of hla left ear and I f hln eye showed that ho had A Few Funny Facts. "0 bin llttlo outing Immensely, Tho Georgia legislature has had unntry nettled for tho dnniaKo. a Ii rc rtucwhero between $250 der considerationvoid bill which would a matrimonial mnko null and compact Into which a woman has wheedled a man by means of paint, MECOCK KILLS GIANT RAT. powdor. porfumo. cosmetics, artificial t Animal to Pieces for Attempt- - teeth, falso hair, corsets, hoops, wnlstn. laco or shoes, low-cu- t pB io tarry Off One of Family. rainbow hosiery, or by any other artifib Ji A Ktrnnco comlmt was ficial mcana or practlcoa. Why nots limit tho woman's "wheedling" d between a black .Minorca to tho method of absent treatI. t ItiiiFlnu to C'harlea Crumbach. poor men need I a Hi inc h fewer rat. Kor Homo ment? It Is plain tho start. ' l Kuril llllVII hi fit illiinnnonrlnf at least a P'rlr. When thn nit inmln it REMAINS THE SAME. Uuwn anion k tho flock ami was " nc of cnrrylllK off n ehleken Well Drewed Postum Always Palatable iim stlr i aw It nnd Htruck It wllh Tho flnvour of I'imtura. when boiled Tho rat leaneil nt Km TV' '"!aitHht. ntiil then llmllinr Hi.. according to directions, la olwnya tho (lAtnnlnei to Kvu bnttlo, same mild, distinctive, and pnlatablo. 'i i'b prey, and for tho next llvo It contains no harmful substanco llko Ii" both foiiKht for their Uvea. caffclno, tho drug In coffee, nnd henca f"' rat uvoliled tho hIh.i-,- , ...nr. nt may bo used with benefit at all times. ';x.-V- r "liollovlng that coffco was tho causa ailil nttnmnln.l ruit... m the blrd'a throat. Kvery time of my torpid liver, sick hendacho nml 'Odi llt Kot n hntil ..... ...... n. ...ij luunnii misery In many ways," writes an Ind. 'I' J,""l' feet In the air. lady, "I quit and bought a package ut r ii on nnally tho rooster buc-'- '' rostum about a year ago. In fiiiirrliiL mm or in "My husband und I havo been so ... r. iuk a ? ud, lifter thnt. I kiini,.i i woll pleased that wo hnvo continued I1 ''ft. until tho rodent ran to drluk 1'ostum ever Blnce. Wo llko ' whero It died. Ilternlly tho tasto of Postum better than coffee, ' I ' death, us It bus ulwaya tho sumo pleasant n ter was Hllghtly mussed up flavour, whllo coffco changes Its tasto I' " uii'uiiitter with about every new combination or blend, Turned White Throunh "Slnco using Postum I havo had no Sorrow. ! I (I, H. II IM.II.. .... more attacks of gall colic, tho heavi"UIIU iIUUIHOU . 1,1, ness Inm left my chest, nnd tbo old, ; wvmuiu, I, ,,. . , mr,lv"d paint wasiieat a common, everyday hcaducho Is n over thing unknown." "Thero'H a Heason." Namu given by Postum Co., Uattlo severely. J third narrow escnpo this Creek, Mich. Head 'Tho Itoad to " had fmin I. ..,!.... .' Wellvlllo," In pkgs. U u C(M"ratlvely Ever read the above letter? A new k !. : trouble! one appears from time to time. They .i. .uw ', '!ls cntl"uod un nair auow whit. ire genuine, true, and full of human Interest. tills time high-heeled prlv-llgotcn-mll- who had recently arrived at tho estate of riches attended his first banquet, Tho wlno was particularly vile, and so several gentlemen who wcro seated near tho German wero qutlo satisfied to havo him empty tho bottles that had been set apart for their common use. Neither tho quality nor tho quantity of tho wlno In the least disturbed tbo Teuton, and, after draining tho last glass, bo looked around Jovially and said; "Shontlomcn, I haf now drunken all your wlno and safod you tho trouble of trlnklng vat you did not like, I tlnk you ought to vote mo a public tank." They did. I.lpptncott's. German-America- Few peoplo reallio tho Importance of tho words "Trado Mark" stamped Aunt Mandy Is nn old colored wom- on the Koods thoy buy. If they did an who far yearn has dons washing It would save thsui many a dollar for several families. Sho has had spent for worthless goods and put a several matrimonial experiences, nnd lot of unscrupulous manufacturers when her last husband died nno of out of tho business. When n manufacturer adopts a her customers attempted to condola trado mark ho assumes the entlro rewith her. "I was very sorry to hear of your sponsibility for tho merit of his prodHo takes his business rcpu-tlo- n husband's death, Aunt Mandy," sho uct. In his hands out In thn limesaid. "Ya'as, ma'am," said Aunt Mandy. light "on tho square" wllh tho buyer of his goods, with tho dealer, and "He was a'pow'ful good man." Ith Himself. "What did ho dlo of?" Tho other manufacturer Iho ono "Ah really don't know, ma'am." Gracious! who holdi out "Inducements," offer"You know don't ing to brand all goods purchased with Couldn't tho doctor toll you?" sidesteps "Ah didn't havo no doctah, ma'am," each local dealer's brand said Aunt Mandy. "Ho Jes done died responsibility, and when theso Inferior goods "como back" It's tho local a natch'ral death." must jljt wasn't long, however, befors Aunt dealer thatexamplo pay the penalty. A good of tho kind of pro Mandy had nnothcr husband. "I hear you aro married again," re- tection afforded tho public by a trado mark Is that offered In connection marked her patron ono day, "Ya'as, ma'am," giggled Aunt Mandy. with National Lead Company's ndver tlslnc of pure Whlto Lead as tho bust "I was dono married Ins' Bundny." "And Is your now husband equal to paint material. That tho Dutch Hoy Painter trade tho last?" "Ya'as, Indeedy, ma'am," said Aunt mark Is an absolute guaranty of puriMandy. "llu's Jes as equal, If not ty In Whlto t.cad Is proved to tho most skeptical by tho offer National equaller." Lead Company make to send frco to any address a btow-plpCURED HER CHILDREN. and Instruc tlons bow to test tho white lead for themselves. Tho testing outfit Is beGirls Suffered with Itching Eczema- ing sent out from U10 New York Baby Had a Tender Skin, Too-Re- lied offlco ot tho company, Woodbrldgo on Cutlcura Remedies. Building. "Some years ago my threo llttlo WHICH? girls had a very bad form of eczema. Itching eruptions formed on tho backs of their heads which wore simply covered. I tried almost everything, but failed. Then my mother recommended tbo Cutlcura Remedies. I washed my children's hends with Cutlcura Soap and then applied the wonderful ointment, Cutlcura. I did this four or flvo times and I can say that they havo been entirely cured. I havo nnothor baby who Is so plump that tho folds of skin on his neck woro broken and oven bled. I used Cutlcura Soap and Cutl Visitor Can I see tho editor, my cura Ointment and tho next morning lad? tho trouble had disappeared. Mmo, Offlcc Hoy Aro you a contributor Napoleon Duceppc. 41 Duluth St, or gontlcman? Montreal, Que., May 21, 1907." Cape Cod Fog. ABSENT-MINDE"Yes," remarked tho Down Easter, "we do havo fog along Capo Cod sometimes. One night tho fog camo up and In tho morning when I went to milk 1 couldn't find tho old cow. Know where sho was In the habit of lying, ...- At I t uiuugti, auu iuiiuuu ucr vnay luuubu. Got to her Just In time, too. "Why, I Just went through tho hole she made In tho fog sort of a tunnel like and pretty soon I camo up to her. Sho was almost smothered. You see tho fog had packed ahead of her and she'd Jammed her horns Into It and got stuck. Had to chop her out. Old Gent Here, you boy, whnt aro You may bellovo It or not. but I'll you doing out here, fishing? Don't show you tho cow nny tlmo you com you know you ought to bo at school? 'round." Philadelphia Public Ledger. Small Uoy There nowt I knew I'd forgotten something. Where Others Failed "Each spring for flvo or six years or Toubo. I Stats of Osio Cm I broko out with a kind of Eczema f l.txu comTT. Fmvk J, CntNiT ukn calh Out b It rater which nothing seemed (o rellovo pertanner pt tb finx. of F J (Ii&set A On., dolnc manently. Finally I tried a box of biMlnm kl th CI If ot Tiitrdo. County iM hut tomukl. ind ihftt Mkl firm wtu par tbe mam ot Hunt's Cure, which promptly cured USR IIL'NUHKW DOLHICI lot rub uul rrrry rtjw ot Catikkm thai oumoi t cuml tr tbo m ot mo. Two years havo passed but tbo 1UU1 uiuuui uu. trouble has not returned." rnAXK j. ciinjinv. Sworn to btfor me and In tor prrKfica, MHS. KATE HOWARD, 1 in oar w imcrawr. a. ii ma. uu Llttlo Rock, Ark. t1 1 Aunt Mandy Was Thorourjhly Satisfied with New Husband. On the Doctors. Mrs. Mary G. linker Kddy, who, of course, has no fnlth In medicine, told a Western Christian Scientist, at ono of her latest nudlcnces, an anecdote HaUtugl Constipation ay be pcrmancnlj overcome by prop?? (Torts vtUt.nc .f.sWnce cflhconj truly Qcricjtcml ejujtlvc about a friend ot hers. This friend, a thin nnd "nervoui woman, could not steep. Sho visited her physician and tho man said: "Do you eat anything Just before going to bed?" "Oh, no, doctor," tho patient replied. "Well." snld tho physician, "Just keep n pitcher of milk and soma biscuit beside? you, nnd every night, the last thing you do, make n light meal." "Rut doctor," cried tho lady, "you told mo on no nccount lo cat anything beforo retiring." "Pooh, pooh," said the doctor, "that was threo months ago. Sclcnco has mado enormous strides since then." An Itching trouble Is not necessarily n dangerous one, but certainly n most dlsngrccablo affliction. No matter tho name, If you Itch It cures you. Hunt'n Cure is "It." Absolute-l- y guaranteed to euro nny form of Itch- personal tcmcJv',Sru;)ojhfy.nnl tliWSyi JxMcK c nab left onclojorm reft ul or Kabitft daily $0 that assistance w nature may be radtal(y JispcnSf4wrK Vrtcn ho (oner needed atstKctaf remedies, when Yeaniitd, arc to assist tiaAure and hot to ruipp)artttke rtoW. id junctions, vliiclt rttu&t depend "Hi ttiatcfy upon propcV mopWfot&.awd. tlfhX livit.6 feew (rally. Jogetits bchcjicio! effects, always buy tho genuine noutir-rvmeri- t, It ing known. First application relieves. Mf sue only. SOLD BY Fig Syrup Co. only ALL LEAD California rmr price 50f rrRottU Tho value of this year's crops of various sorts raised In tho United States Is placed nt ,8,000,000.000, or nearly nlno times tho interest bearing (Doa't Scratch) Is sold by dntgeisti debt of tho country and enough over evcrywnere on a pcsuivs to buy all tho railroads of tho land. guarantee to. cure Dan drulf and all Scalp Troubles, Tetter, EczeHicks' Capudlne Cures Women. ma, Itch, Ringworm. Periodic ruins, barkachr, nrrvntirtneni Immediately nnd and licailnrVio rrllr-vn- l Chapped, Sunburned annlntn nature, rrcwrllird by (iliyslclnm Face and Hands, Pirn results. Trial bottle 10c llceular with pies, Itching Piles, Sore, laa 2&C and LOc at all drURclsts. Sweaty, Blistered Feet, Cuts, and all Irritations It sometimes happens that a man of the Skin. Does not doesn't ask his wife to sing because stain, crease or blister. ot music. be is fond Two Sizes, 50c and $1.00 bottles. Trial Allen'a root-Fau- n Yrrt Arhr l'ar nrta Imitation, mmilfof Size 10c. Maileddirect, Ore IreaUlal ackaf- - .. S.OImiWd, - lkir, N. r. on receipt of price. Hooper's Teller Cure tx-- l- Even the prude Isn't avcrso to In the lap ot luxury. SICK HEADACHE CARTER'S llTLE Positively cured by these Little Pills. i A. N. K. F HOOPER MEDICINE CO., Dallas, Texas. PXWkITFS BALSAM W. tod btMulinca iitm htib Clnswi Never Tails to BMtor Onty Hair to Ita YotfUiful Color. Cant KIp dimm half lalilnfe Inrrtotr lDTnririt growth. DIVER PILLS. . I They regulate thai They alao rtltere Claire, from Dyapepala.In- dlprallonnndTooIIearty Eating. A perfect remedy for Dizziness, Nausea, DroKslness, Hod Taste In the Mouth, Coat ed Tonirue. rain In lbs Side, TOItriD LIVER, llonela. Purely Vegetable. FEVER ASTHMA and HAY CUKKD by VOSITIVKLY KINMONTIfa ASTHMA CURE Orfranu patients cunxidurTwt tlw pan rars A M rent, trial bottle awittn an; wldreis on rrcrtpi ol Beta. lilt. It.s.liin.'uu.-vi- . ii.A'.oarj QPIUM lraul an4 Whiskey ITahlta without at pain, Ilonknf particulars Tnt ifitl-j- ' 11. M. lno SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. CARTERS VlTTlE Genuine Must Bear Signature Fac-Simi- le WANTED AGENTS ln toUurrtft. liberal mromiMioiipi paid. fornarUcu-Ia- n writ: Con u men Tobacoj Co., ltanTllle, Hjb-- YlVER PIUS. REFUSE SUISTITUTES. "SaslThBiiipsan's Eye Wittr 2248. (190836) I I I A. W. QLEASOy. Halt's Catarrh Cur la tV Mtrrtiallr and art slrrrtJr upun th bkjud arul taucoui auitaora ot tlm riura. Bend lor itaumoniaia. trt. COr J. I'HKNUV - Toirdo. O. 1- Z- XoTT rcillC. TU HaJl'i A meek-lookin- Ho VI Or all Pnirikta. Tit. 1'amllr Itlla tur conatlpaUoa. When the Llttlo Man Scored. llttlo man with a largo pasteboard box climbed on the car. As ho did so ho bumped slightly Into a sleepy, corpulent passenger with look and two llttlo a As tho car dabs of sldcwhlskcrs. rounded n curvo tho box rubbed against him again and ho growled This Is no freight car, Is it?" "Nope," returned tho meek llttlo chap with tho box, "nnd when you conio right 'down to It, It ain't any cattle car, cither, Is It?" agony of eyo nllllctlons can appreciate tho blessing to humanity In Dr. MitchSalve. Introduced In ell's famous (hla region as far back ns 1SJ9 It Is found today In all well regulated homes hereabouts. Not alotio tho eyes of man but thoso of tho dumb animals havo enjoyed Its comforts. Mitchell's Hyo Salve. Sold nverywhere. Prlco 25c Man and Beast Alike. Only those who havo suflcred tho Thoreau's Sensible Answer. hermit tho Thoroau lay on his deathbed, a friend called to mako Inquiry regarding his soul. "Henry," he said, anxiously, "havo you mado your peace with God?" "John." replied the dying naturalist, In a whisper. "I didn't know that God and myself had When forest-hauntin- Every Meal a Feast Not only a feast, but actual nourishment. If the baby's stomach is not right, each meal only adds to the burden. Make sure that your babjr enjoys and profits by its food by keeping its stomach in condition with For the Dlues If you aro blue, dejected, nnd feel llko tho world has It "In for you," tho chances aro your liver Is taking a few dnys off. Put It to work by using Simmon's Liver Purifier (tin boxes); it's tho best regulator ot them all. Instruments of Torture. "You don't seem to bo keeping up very well this summer," said Father's Cane to Mother's slipper." True," acknowledged tho handy Dr. McGee's spanker, regretfully, "I've been falling asttrn lately." It Is a class to Itself. No Others Baby Elixir safety. Pleasant to take; contains no poisons, opium or laudanum. At your druggist's, 25 and 50c a bottle. and get the genuine. Be sure rivals. rcll vo. It has no It cures whero others merely " For nehes, pnlns, stiff Joints, etitf, burns, bites, etc., It la tho quickA Hard Blow. remedy over dovlsed. est and "80 Harnstormcr's performance of We meansurest Lightning- - Oil. Hunt's counHamlet caused a great hit In tho try circuit," Methodists at Seattle will build, a , "Yes, a stunning hit." largo church for the Japourselves, what cauaod anese Institutional preferably Install"Hctween of that city, It?" pastor llcv. B. Yoshlokl, the ever ing as "I don't think Ilarnstormcr preacher at tho First Methodist know himself what struck him." church. Examine carefully evory bottlo ot CASTOKIAa Bafo and euro remedy for Infants and children, and sco that It Dears tho Slgnaturo In Uso For Over HO Vcara. Tbo Kind You Havo Always Bought teething period is dangerous. Baby Elixir will take your baby through in "perfect Regulates the Stomach and Bowels, corrects Sour Stomach, cures Diar-rhoand Summer Complainim The oa Important to Mothors. Tho suporlor man, being virtuous. Is free from anxieties; wise, bo Is freo from perplexities; bold, he Is free from fear, Confucius. MAYFIELD MEDICINE MANUFACTURING CO. (Not Ucorpora.1) ST. LOUIS, MO. Mr. Tor f blldrrn tactbtnf , aoftrna tbo ittirot, rsdurea flamiuaUou.aUaiapaU.curaawlaJoiUu. aocabulUs. A woman Is known by tho acquaintances sho cuts. Wlnslow'a 8ootlilnr Byron. I. 1 w We Know That Fellow. "That man over thore Is tbo biggest skin in tho city." "Rob you, would ho?" "Hub! Say, If 1 had to shako hands with that fellow I wouldn't feel sure I had nil my fingers until I'd counted 'etn." Uoston TrauscrlpL Progress Reported. "Did you havo any luck fishing?4 lr NO MONEY JaWlaataJ-DBS-TnOftNTOt- TILL HIWOH-xMO- CURED-!LVr?- i l & 3T.mNiA3qTY.Mft Malaria Causes Less of Appetite The Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILI, TONIC, drives out Malaria and builds up the system, you know wliat you arc laning. iue lonnuia is piamiy pnuieu ou every Dome, snowing u is simply Quinine and Iron in a tasteless, onu luc most encctual lorm. ior auults ami clmureu, "Yes." "How many did you catch?" "I didn't catch nny.. Hut I thought up soiiio mighty good storks to tell the folks at homo." TAKE JOHNSON'S CHILL AND FEVER TONIC TO CURE Vioic wlo DO i life Tloie woo DON'T tale cKucci. Hue yo m ctu wktrt U fiil.Jr JshatM't CkUl Few T.alc Co.. Saraaui, Ca, t Imown PPUPntO O O C r SI f C kl ri'l 25c The 0, K. Steam Laundry -- x- Qrier's k ..... . j . To wait until next week to give me 1 DC) IT NOW avoid dissatisfaction. It is strictly a white man's laundry. ami T 1 YOU CVN'T AFFORD Your Laundry FRANK SMITH. Agent. jgg,, Qu 1 iys li don't worry. , do. don't worry: 'Whatever If jou fret, the wrinkle will (row .A brlKht cheerful smile will trouble mill And illsi'l run liiouiiliiliisuf woe Yearig liady irv. Fallen Gar)ty? 9100.00 Forbes Piano to tl,e Y0Un, Read the Rules and Instructions And Li 2416.25 PER ACRE IN li FLORIDA. ... There' nothing mi rntchliitf as lainthtrr It drives death oft Nick to Its lair. kimkI hetillh It acts on the nerves--I- I preserves And annihilates loads of despiilr Then let It route out when you feel II Unit cheek It. but nlve It full pla it will drive nway nrlef If t litre's mix around. And Illumine like sunshine, juunlny I'ls like silver uiooiilliihl al evening dark, It llirhts up life'slaughter,stormy wn Ihk-no.nl holiest tKthat tlmt we'er after, Then let us all Klve It full piny. s THE HICKMAN COURIER will give a Lndy receiving the greatest number of votes. Vote for Your Favorite .RULES FOR CONTEST'--- The Year Book of the United States Department of Agriculture shows the above figures, as against S90.78 for Kentucky and $78 40 for Tennessee. These governmental reports must be correct. $l,O00 in all. gW Columbia ir von Island Cotton, Rice, Oats, Hay, Corn, Sweet Potatoes, &c, together with the big SSOft premium for best agricultural display nearly county alcne could easily produce a tobacco product more valuable than that of the entire United States. m considers a mm I1ATOHEK cVc APPLHYAHD. IRAKIS xi, State Line. The best way to extend charity to persons who are in need is to give them work. Don't give any nble bedied man n penny or a mouthful By this the unless he works for it t, man retains his and the profession of the tramp is not encouraged. If a man needs help and is able to work and you are tempted to give him something, don't you l it. But instead, give him wont Odd jobs can always be found, an I set him at these. We do not to relieve hunger, but we do advise that it be done in a m.in ner that will not breed dependem e in men. If everyone would do this all over the land, this country would soon cease to be the paradise 'tor tramps that it has been. self-respecadvi-refusing 1. be conducted on strictly honest and business princiUnder ples with perfect juitice to all concerned. such conditions 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 $500,000. The Instrument sells for $400.00 Nothing cheap about it. J. Candidates Any young hdy 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. New mitcorlptloiis tlenewals Announcement This piano contest will ( Make up your mind whom you wa for before coming to the office, at the r., positively not decide the matter for j, The results of the voting will be weekly. Coupons and votes must reach tL not later than Saturday of each week t -ed for the following week. All coupons and votes are depon'.r , ballot box as soon as turned in to office I; to ballot box will remain in the hat.: Hickman Bank during contest. An awarding coinmitec of three wi., pointed to make final count. The day of closing contest rill be at least JO days in advance. 'tj ill v' IU per year 'ensh IUH " to voles, H CITY. 1"J.A. a couch of some sort is h.tlf furnised. Life is full of ups and downs, and all that saves the sanity of the mentally jaded and A room without r physically exhausted is the periodical "good cry," and fortune-fighte- Five year silirlilloiis tlin " sites. (To late for last week.) G. B. Threlktld is on the sick list. Gordon Rice took charge of his school at Cayce. Tuesday. Gum, Ash, Oak and Maple5 Dr. D. C. Maddox, of Memphis visited home folks Saturday and Flooring ai bunday. 1 celling 1 Let us tlsurifB on jour bill. McMurray Bros., V T T TTT T TTTT 1TTTTTT Hickman t Miss Mary Burrus has resumed her studies in music with Prof. Owensby, at Union City. Miss Lena Threlkeld left Sunday, for Glouster, Miss, where she will take charge of her music class again. Mrs. B. B. Sanders, of Caruthers ville, Mo., was the guest of L. C. Maddox and family Tuesday. Mrs. James Townsend and cousin, Miss Lancaster, of Paragould, Ark.. were tne guests ot relatives near here Tuesday. Drive Rheumatism out of the blood with Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Kemedy and see how quickly pain depart. Rub-on'- s never did reach the real disease. Rheumatism isn't in the skin. It's deep down its constitutional. Oettting rid of the pain, is after all, what counts. That is why Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy goes by word of mouth from one to another. And herein lies the popularity of this Remedy. It is winning defenders everywhere. Tablets or Liquid. Sold by dealers. momentary loss ot consciousness on the upstairs lounge or sofa in the sittingroom. There are times when so many of the things that distract us could be straightened out, anl the way made clear, if one only had a long comfortable couch on whose soft bosom he could throw himself doois ana Drains, siretcn his weary Irame, unmidful of tidies and tapes try, close his tired eyes, relax the tension of his muscles and give hi harassed mind a chance. Ten min utes of this soothing narcotic, when the head throbs, the soul yearns fo EiCh copy of TlIK HICKMAN g eonUin a coupon good for FIVE votes, 5 General Instructions Results of voting will be published regularly. Vo employee of this paper is permitted to work in favor of any contestant. Voles once cast cannot be transferred to Hi" voles. COURIER will Bickman Courier Contest Voting C:::: H)S r W lit! This KM AX, SH'T 10, Puno Contest Voting Coupon is FIVE DOTES .nd is hereby cast A tirmnht or mailed to t a handsome IMI Kortt I another. The employees cMiss 7rhlsroursiiiinistlx tiHinte.1. of the paper arc not to tell whom anyone votes for except in case of alleged error or irregularity. - The prise Is t Vote Por Your Favorite HICKMAN COURIER nnomicrmnits ine cash mutt accompany all an nouncements to insure their publica uoni no exceptions. Commonwealth Attorney! are authorized to announce as candidates for the offico of Com monwealth Attorney of the 1st Judicial District. Subject to the action of the Democratic JNO. 11. Ont One Yur Oollif Come when least expected. Is your home property insured ? It should be you may bo next to burn out. Take Out a Small Fire Insurance Policy Now and be Safe ! Its too late after the lire. We represent the BKST companies In the U. 8.. make as low rates nnl prompt reltlcnieuu as any of them. R. T. TYLER, Agt ...T O DA Y... is the time to start to giving your laundry to the Nashville Laundry Co. Guaranteed to please and give high class work. Paper Por Ballots. The contract for seventeen tons of paper to be used for ballots at the November election was awarded bv Dr. Ben L. Bruner to the Louisville Paper Company, which submitted the lowest bid. The State already has on bard several tons of paner suitable for ballots, but did not have enough, ana the txintraa Jet will give the State enough paper to pr int the ballots needed in the Presiden tial election. Under the law the HisXe must furnish the paper for ballets Here's hoping that Hick man will receive enough oallots to supply more than of the voters this time. twp-third- endless, dreamless, eternal rest trustworthiness, honesty, honor and would make the vision clear, the charity of womanhood. Therefore nerves steady, the heart light and when I hear young men, or men in the star of hope shine again. middle life, or old men, cast grors aspersions on the character oi wo-- 1 men. I feel as if I were in a den of Swear off, young man, on guzzling hissing serpents. My soul, come beer; the times are bard and you not into communion with such men t should save; this vile decoction abbor them, pais by them, for they never gave to any one a lasting are themselves far down In corrupcheer, bwearoffon jokes; a joke tion. If I hear a man speak contnat wounds anotner s oreast is no temptuous words of woman, my more like a jest than yonder lan heart sighs at tb: thought that he tern's like a star. Swear off on self had a mplber whose memory he ish thoughts and deeds; his life who insults." lives for self alone is like a swamp that's overgrown with deadly vines tnd noxious weeds. Swear off A HAPPY HOME. scowls, that dark and deep, distort I have peeped into quiet parlors the brows and draw them down ; where the carpet is clean aid not smile is better than a frown, and furniture is polished and and you will find it just as cheap old, andinto rooms bright, here the chairs Swear off on blowing in a dime for every nicme you receive, or you are neat and the floor carpeted, into kitchens where the family live, and will live to mourn and grieve . and and girls are as blithe and swear off buying things on time. the boysas the sparrows overhead, joyous Swear off on loafing : honest work I see that it is not so much wealth, will make a palace of your cot , but or learning, or clothes, or servants, tuture uenisons win not encouree or toil or idleness, or town, or counyou to try to shirk. Swear off on temper all that hurts the mind, or brings try, or station, as tone and wretchthat render homes happy or corrosion to the heart ; from our life ed. And I see, too, that In town or let hate depart swear off on all country, good sense and kin 1 feeling that is unkind. and God's grace make life what no HOME. County Assessor? .. st Wc are authorized ic;; as candidates for the dh .1 ruuon icior ot W.li county, the action of the Denx:ra'.: mary, Nov. J, the followrg f t..n CHARLES D. RCi BEN CHAS. r. J. WILSCM DEADLE, vye WILL THOMPS !l JOHN F. MCCLELIA'I i WICKUKXK For Sheriff: We are authorised to announce as candidates for the office of Democratic primary. Sheriff of Fulton county, subject to following ; tne action ot the Democratic pri MISS DORA SMITH mary, Nov. J, the following! 1IERSCUELL GOALDER DAVE We arc authorized to a f lti- .i Superintendent of Fult Schools, tublerl in the .lit School Superintendent. ... sc f ! JOHNSON JOHNSON County Judge. We are authorized to a as candidates for the County Judge of Fultm Subject to the action of 'r- - MORGAN A. G. KIMDRO L. C. RODERSOH L cratic party. to The following are subject November election 1909 ; CHAS. NOONON the o. w. F. D. WHIPPLF ATTEBERRY Strictly a White Man's Laundry All work called for and' delivered in the city. Your patronage solicited. H. E. CURLIN, Jtltency at Ellttun Hrat tlurr s At a Bargain. 160 acres Mississippi river bottom land, 8 miles below Hickman, near State Line on Term , side. Well fenced, five room dwelling house, barn, outhouses, well, etc. 40 acres in cultivation, 40 acres four-yeaold deadened. Raises from 80 to 100 bushels of corn and from, 1,500 to 1,800 pounds cotton. Al least $2,000 worth of timber on place. For Investment or home, this is worth serious consideration. If sold at all, deal must be made before Aug. 25. The price is less than $16 an acreWhere can you beat it? Information on request. Hickman Courier Realty Co. rs - Notice Taxpayers. Your state and county taxes for the year 1908 are now due, and you can save extray cost by paying early. You can find either myself or deputy, Goalder Johnson, at our office at Hickman or City National bank, at Fulton. JAS. -- Respectfully, T Seat, Sheriff F. C. he goes forth into the world) giving sirengtn anil proportion to his charac ter, and turning his thoughts to all that may prepare him for the heavenly home when the scenes of earth No. 38 Fine 440 acre stock farm, shall have passed away. in Mississippi county, Mo., has four sets of houses on It, together with FAjUI IN WOMANHOOD. other Improvements. 19 5 acres cleared, rest in timber 390 acres proHenry Ward Bcecher once said', tected by the new government levee. "I think I am more greatful to God Owner is cutting five crops of alfalfa for the sense that come to me though on this place each year, and the cot- my mother and sisters of the subton and corn nov growing will give stantial integrity, purity and nobiliyou an idea of Its fertility. Rents ty of womanhood, than for readily for S4.50 an acre. jPrice anything else in (his world. almost After very reasonable. Hickman Courier a long life I can say that I have not Realty Co. lost faith in women. The longer I (a) live the more chivalric is my regard Cascade Flour. If you haven't for them. I should look upon it as tried It yet you haven't had the a fatal canker in my soul if I fell best. Call No. 4 C. H. Moore. from my confidence in the general No. 39170 acres fine, well im proved land, little over a mile east of this city, for sale at a bargain. Has dwelling, new barn, outbuilding, etc. This farm will bear close Inspection from one end to the other. Adjoining farm sold last year for S80 an acre. We will make you this place for about half the price of the adjoining farm, if you get busy. Hickman Courier Realty Co. There is a vast difference between a house and a home. The house is put the building and furniture, the out ward shelter and gathering place ot tne household, the horn: in eludes the kindly family affection, the thoughtful care and ready sym pathy and mutual confidence and trust of the members. A true home breathes the atmosphere of love. A cipilcj should be made to feel that his home is jndeed a home, the hap ptest place in the world to him, not merely an outward shelter and set ing place, but a center of enjoyment, sanctinea ana punned oy love, the thought and remembreancc of which shall be the safeguard of his life as Following are subject t: ember election In 1909 we are autnorueu to announce JAMES II. SAVNBER as candidates for office of Clerk of the County Court of Fulton County, subject to the action of the Demo Circuit Court Clerk. cratic primary, Nov. 3, the follow. We are authorized. to u " A. ng; as a candidate for electi.i u1 S. D. LUTEN office of Clerk of the Fulton t.'Cfc -' S. T. ROPER Court, subject to the actlu' The rose of Florida, the most Democratic Primary Nov, 3, l E. I.?ATLOCK W. beautiful of flowers, emits no frag II. F. TAYLOR J. w. MORRIS rance; the bird of Paradise, the most beautiful of birds, gives no J. L. COLLINS songs; the cypress of Greece, the County Attorney: the finest of trees, yields no fruit; It's a pity when si:k or. iW dandjes, the shjniest of men general as We are authorized to announce candidates for the office of the stomach or stimulate th Heat ly nave po sense; and bait room County Attorney of Fulton County, and belles, the loveliest qf created crea Kidnevs. That is all subject to the action of the Demo-qrafj- c tures, are yery often ditto. A weak Stomach, mean: primary, liov. .1, the follow. Stomach nerves, always. A J IM Ing; w . Money to Loan. s also true of the Heart aci JAS. vy. roney neys. The weak nerves are ALLISON TYLER I can make farm loans in Fulton county, Ky., at the rate of 5 per crying out for help. This nib T. N. SMITH cent per annum on first class improv why Dr. Shoop's Reitora'.ve ed farming Unas. Not more than For Jailer. promptly healing Stomach, half the cash value of a farm will We are authorized to announce and Kidney ailments. The Loans made for five be loaned. years with privilege to borrower of as candidates for the office of live reaches out for the actuil ca." paying same after two years in full Jailer of Fulton County, subject to of these ailrnenti the failing ' or making any size partial payment the action of the Democratic pri- side nerves." Anyway test & desired at intervals of- - six months mary, Nov. 3, the following! Restorative 48 hours. It won't cis fter the expiration of two years JOE NOONON so soon as that, but you will nw Utf-- c from date of loan, ED WRIGHT u 0, SrRADUN, Un know that help is coming. J. B. JONES ion City, Tenu. all dealers. T, P. BAKER Vou will enjoy a meal at Perry & If you get a sample copy of Following are subject to the ov- .., I Good, clean White's restaurant. U 1. tn.,;iinn tO cooking and seasonable edibles. Al ember election in 1909 i scribe. The Cour er and ooinu"' so, soft drinks. W, F. BLAKKMORB a year for $1.25. v . teachers or accomplishments, or means, or society can make it the opening stave of an everlasting psalm the fair beginning of an endless and blessed existence the goodly, modest, well proportioned vestibule to a temple of God's building that shall never decay, or wax old, or vanish away. W. A. NAYLOR H. F. REM LEY County Court Clerk: - 1- Atty-at-La- cial-Appe- al