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Team NO. 16 A BLUE MARK HERE menni tliKt ytmr ntplrrd. lint ltnew promptly If jrou wmit thn paper to come to you nfter thH mould ij the wnf LOlCT that Pulls the Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success, The Courier has a Spanktn' Goad Team, Crease the Rxles at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hi'ch Up nun 60 rrn J. T. Fuller. In HICKMAN, F0LTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 4 1908. WHOLE NO. 2414 ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1M9 Death of '.. I,..- - li:.ntioned briefly last week's llVh-rida- u, Leral .... j Lrtr Iver L Puller died at 7 o'clock morning at hU home y below this city. in Vuller had ueen sici iur .. LI weeki, and hopes tor nu ic ,re entertained until weu hen he gradually grew. .. . Death was due to typnoiu . ti L ..rial services were held at in iv cemetery here Friday, of pte.'ice of a large assembly I , .. notice how dressy, stylish, in clothes, some men always look. Do you know how they do it? We will tell you. YOU Tight Wad Candidates. There have only been two announcements made in Fulton county newspapers by candidates for offices of the First Judicial District, namely: Circuit Judge and Commonwealth's Attorney. Those who have shown enough respect for the newspapers and the people whom the newspapers represent to make a public announcment are Hon. Harry J. Moorman, of Mayfield, for Judge ; and Hon. J. B. Wickliffe, of Wick, liffe, for Attorney. There arc others out for this office, but some of them sneak by the newspaper offices as cautiously as a deacon entering the back door of a saloon, on Sunday. Editor Williams, of the Fulton Leader, has this to say concerning the new precedent, and we endorse . They buy here 'I, ,. and four host of friends, ,.-- , UiiJes(a frnrifl i ill. - n Oil n r.l i. 1USI. IT. wta (,"- ,g hearted, honest and ever In his in need. iu, t. help those - f cirj leaves a wife 3 Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes; that means perfect tailoring, and correct style to begin with. They buy, in addition to a all-wool, rhiodhewas recognized as txei he was just plain "Tom," men as him are always U-i- h isse-frcm any community. Miy he rest in peace. Three States Items, lr.,n Ijnes had business in Hick- hi. l.ir . in all worthy undertakings, f.J in high esteam by all. At 1 vd mmiiwiti; it: 4,We understand that certain' candidates have gone into an agreement not to announce their candidacy fh the county Democratic newspapers in the district. The candidate who has so little party pride that he wont pay for an announcement of his candidacy is "few potatoes in the rC luri, I'liie and Miss Alice Jones Ite.n bugartree Ridge, Friday. L.jii,the younger son of Mrs. fancy weave suit, a black thibet or cheviot, or a blue serge; and occasionally change off for a week, get the suit they're not wearing pressed, give it a little rest in the closet; and then put it on fresh and new looking. You can do that; and you ought to; it's clothes-economy. hill." ''The Leader is a Democratic party paper and supports all nominees, but when a fellow who is able to pay, is too tight wadded to pay his way, we think he is too penurious to make a good officer. La Jones was on the sick list this and after-a sit Wilson, Queenie Farme spent Friday w.h Mrs. Lydia Jones. s Copyright IAjcx la returned Sunday Memphis. Tenn., where he two .r three days the past Barnes Hut StbtfTntr 190! hj Mux We'll see that you're dressed right all the time if you say so The Homo of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes "Now to show that our heart is in the right place any candidate before the primary who will come around and tell us he is too poor to pay for his printing will be announced free. 'Common honesty is the best policy always. This old poor talk is out of date especially among lawyers. Who ever heard of a lawyer going to the poor house?" M4t jrace DeLeon of Bayouville, ; reUrced from a pleasant visit kh fritnJi at Tiptonvllle, Tenn. Mrs Charley Ray and children Lrr.td Monday from a ks ;.t .'h relatives in Carbondale, two-wee- SMITH - IMtiin Pete Wheeler, Ray Ward, h Djae and John Craig were ,m; visitors in New Madrid, last . . Evans d. The Mayfield Messenger says Will Evans, charged with stealing a horse from Bob James some months Notice. ngo, is now in the Mayfield jail, iTbse interested in Poplar Grove Chief McNutt having brought him rfry are urgently requested to ItrJ a meeting of the Poplar from Fulton where he was acquitted Cemetery Association at pop- - Wednesday on a horse stealing at 9 o, clock a. in., Tues- - charge. Just as the court released ( Please remember the Evans from custody at Fulton he (y.'xt of importance. made a dash for liberty but in this 'j D. Threlkeld. Pres. he reckoned without his hosts as ' W. Ballow, Secy. Chief McNutt was in the court room and nabbed Evans and brought him Frank Cooley, charged with sell- here to answer to the charge. raixicaung liquors in this coun- I. nom- - romiied his cases by pay. Miss Ethel Nelson, of the Courier jiuii and agreeing to leave staff, and sister, Miss Victoria, left Cxlev has filed two suits for Tuesday for Water Valley. Ky., nagei against U. S. Shacklett et. where they will spend two weeks r.J ttese will not be prosecuted. with relatives. t Jre:Jay n-.-e r Florsheim FootN "The lid Our New Fall V vo is off' Lis .l -- fjB have arrived They represent SaS H J Iiti. ita itrni art "5 UH IS IK Lynching Narrowly Averted. Saturday afternoon about 5 o'clock, a negro, supposed to have been crazed from the effects of cocaine, got "bad" and proceeded to curse out the white population of the city, using the vilest kind of oaths. The negro was on Water street, behind the Farmers Hardware store, and when seen and told by John T. Dillon and Deputy Sheriff Goalder Johnson that he must desist from the use of such language, he showed fight and was insulting in his reply to them. A fight ensued, and it required the strength of two or three good men to handle him. The negro's loud swearing and the tussel which followed brought more than a hundred men and boys to the scene, and it was with difficulty that the officers kept the crowd from stringing him up. Mob spirit was rampant for a few minutes. The timely arrival of Sheriff Seat is all that saved his neck. Even then, the negro's head was used for a punching-bag- , pins thrust into his body and the like before his protectors could land him behind the bars. The negro's name is German about 25 years old and works for S. L, Dodds, a few miles below Hickman. In the police court Monday he was fined $25 and costs for being (Trunk and disorderly. Marshal Dillon has him working on the streets, and that's a commendable .n Woodmen Entertain. Household No. 5. Columbian Woodmen, of this city, had a big barbecue and love feast at Sulpher Springs, Friday night, at which a large number of visiting woodmen and their friends were entertained. Besides a bountiful spead of good Hunzikers Concert Band our population, but on edibles, considering th spur of the moment we were un- gave them a concert in their usual able to account for it. By a person- splendid style. A number of good al investigation, we find that folks talks were made, and all present enmake the following excuses, which joyed themselves in every sense of if eliminated will insure larger audi- the word. Its great to be a C. W. ences : 1 Don't want to climb the hill. H. T. Smith was here from 2 Men sulk if wife goes. Monday. esJ Unmarried women have no Why Don't They Go? A prominent minister of this city recently asked a Courier man if we had any idea why the attendance at the various churches is not any larger than it is. We know that the congregations are hardly more than as large as they should be, one-half corts. 4 5 Sunday dinner. Afraid of the basket for Fulton will have a street fair and con- carnival Sept. 28th. Democracy Coming' to it's Own. There comes the tread of marching thousands. Tramp, tramp, tramp, heavier and heavier it grows. On, on to battle, a splendid victory to win not that mothers sons may from their arms be torn, not that human blood may run but that the starving may be fed the ragged ones be clothed ; that labor its true many take ; merit its just reward receive ; that dishonest wealth may cease ; the lust for gold be killed ; that hearts may be bigger and kindlier grow ; that life may be simpler, and that honor, virtue and truth may be the nation's goal. This is the battle they wage, this splendid reunited army of Democracy. Led by him whose heart of all hearts is nearest and most attuned to the heart of the great people, victory is theirs. It is written among the stars. At last Democracy is coming unto her own. tributions. Taking bath, washing hair, or doing chores. 7 Lack of early training. 8 Too busy or want to rest. 9 Church not advertised enough. 10 Abundance of good and inexpensive reading. Busy "fixinpr 'round the! 11 6 The Very Latest Fall Shoe Styles For Women have just receivea our new fall shoes. They embrace all the latest footwear creations. We in vite you to come and see th new line whether you are ready to buy or not. In the correct shoes you will see that both wave and straight tops and an easy grace to the line of the shoe. The golden brown, black kid, patent colt leathers offer a choice selection that will surely suit. Ch r firm x r nocMcsitK nYVV house." Church stirs up conscience makes people think. and 13 Lack of sociability in church. 14 Lack of will power to go. 15 Too many hypocrites. 16 Minister does not adapt himself to "conditions." 17 Spirit will, but flesh too weak. 18 Clothes not good enough. 19 Church has too many side issues. No doubt, equally as many and better reasons can be advanced as to why we should attend church, but what manner of mail can abolish so many negatives? 12 "Tuff-Steel- ... we , . . . 1 move. Prof. J. H. Saunders, candidate If-t- lM "A 'A fit for every foot'.' for any taste" st le for County Judge, gave The Courier a check for 2 this week to be added to the Democratic Campaign Fund. This is a good example for a lot of other folks. SMITH & AM BERG Luby Mayes, of Wingo, and Miss " razors will Porters Pearl Martin, of Nayfield, vrere lamp follow Porter's married in Fulton, Friday. chimneys into universal use, just like a duck takes to water. Groceries at Moore's. "Tuff-Glass- " $2. SO TO $4.50 SMITH Sp AMBERG THE HICKMAN Civiri "'tstcrn Ksntucjy " 2, COURIER l.lk Ihi LOST OPPORTUNITIES OF HISTORY: THE SMUGGLER Nlylit Sweats & Coil - Dw" Kentucky Gleanings. DIG CEMENT , J?. W. W. 0. 8PEEH and J. C. SEXTON, Edltori and Proprietor. Moit Important Ncw Gatherer! From All Parti of the State. PLANT DURN0. Rap-Idl- y Ness Walton, Condr.H. p. Ht. Han Anlnt, DEPOSED From MINISTER FLED ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IK ADVANCE. Gi.iic Started in Kiln that Spread Loss $200,000. Kentucky Town With Youno Girl, Leaving Wife Behind. postofflce as Entered at the Illckman, Kentucky, second-clas- s mall matter, WRIGHT AIRSHIP FALLS LIEUT. SELFKIOOE OF SIGNAL COUPS KILLED. Machine Which Una Scored eral World's Records Total Loss. Washington. Sev- After having drawn the attention of tlio world to his adopton" Mights nt Fort Mycr, and "having established new world's records for heavier than nir flying machines, Orvillc Wrigl.t today met with a tragical tnilmp while making a tlight. The was accompanied by Lieut. Thos. K. Selfridge, of the signal corps of the army, l.ieut, Selfridge was fatally injured and died at 3:10 o'clock tonight. Mr. Wright wus seriouly injured, hut is expected to leomcr. While the machine wn encircling th.' drill grounds a propeller Made snapped off, and, hitting some other part of the intricate mechanism, caused It to overturn in the air and fall to the ground, enveloping the two occupants iu the dehris. Soldiers and spectators ran to where the aeroplane had fallen and assisted In lifting Mr. Wiight and Lieut. Selfridge from under the tangled mass of machinery, rods, wires and shreds of muslin. Mr. Wright was conscious, and said: "Oh, hurry and lift the motor." l.ieut. Selfridge was unconscious and had apparently struck, the ground with great force. His head was covered with Mood and he was choking when the extricated him from under the machine. two-mauero-pianisol-die- If the Slmple-Mlnde- d Old-Tlm- Had But Known ths Ways Tourlstsl of Modern TERRIBLE EXPLOSION NEW YORK DEMOCRACY Wllmore, Ky. Bcv. II. li Hosenhcr ry, nKcd 31, formerly of Maysllck. Mason county, nnd a minister of tho Methodist church. Induced Miss Car-rl- o Mnstln, nged 15, ot this place, to run .tway with him. to llarrlshurg, They proceeded is maintained. Five rnvv mills, the power house nnd whore ho purchased tickets to Chattn-nooghe kilns were razed. They nsfl supposed to lie ea An Illinois Central englno darted In jouto to his hlrthplnco. In New Mexnnd out nmld the burning bulhllnga ico. Telegrams to apprehend them nnd took out to snfety thousands of were sent to tho principal cities ot tho Inrrcli of cement. There were 300 SOUtll. men at work In tho plant, which has a Bosenherry stated that he was goworking force of 600, when tho fire ing to join his wife In txmtsvllle. Mrs. b. gan, and Clcnernl Mannger C. M. Msstln, mother of tho girl, Is prossent the alarm Into tho city nnd trated over tho affair. Itosonberry by i he time tho department respond- held n series ot protracted meetings ed the tinmen were leaping skyward to nt Maysllck a month ago. nnd was READY REASONING. he southwest and could easily bo seen asked to resign by tho conference of here. the Methodist church nnd expelled One Gucis About Venus ef Ml. The buildings were constructed of from (he church at a session at Proved to De Wrong. olid concrete. The plant is tho Ky. Inrgtst In the south and Is worth They stood before tho roprod ios WATER 8ITUATION8ERIOU3. r.inny millions of dollars. of tho Venus of Melns. "Her hands must have been brijU. Towns Husband Supply on Hand For ful." said one. RECEIVER ASKED a. Ou-pai Louisville, Ky. Tho plant of tho Kenioi1(tl- - Cement Co. hi Kosmos. unit 17 miles from this city, suffered a less of $JO0.00O hy fire. Tho blazo (,'lRlnn'cd In tho coal bin of the kiln, wlu re a conatnnt hent ot 1,500 degrees eheit. I experimented will. called remedies Issforo I llnall (leaded to taKO a iiiorougn roursoot i'Pr inii "Tvvoof mr frlouds had cr.nn. , to Inform mo that tho thlngfrt ido was to resign my position and '.v k lilelier.inoroeoncenlilellriinin i ono thought I had consumption nnj I was no; exjiectesi to u vo very ! r g, "Itovlnt- r. liroclirnl iiniinlWiia, i Q. t'm t elded to give Hut borough t(t ,j jmcu in sen ussiuiumsiy 10 ilia taking It, as per instructions, la tin meantime. "Tho effeels vrer soon apparent, :i alarming symptoms, dlsspiteat I j my general health became f uily j , .j as It had ever been In my life. "I havo resorted to the uienf l'cr.j, on two or threo occasions m t,i Uino to euro myself of bad cuius," . of Itirrj, my nnnoyanco from , , rcacucui msisiHKu .wucro 11 vv.j (0,i mlsorv and (lovoloned - alarm ., j rap. " toms.suvih as a vorydecp-scatc- j ,u night sweats, and pslns In the 1. , Kl r.v-m- writes t During thonmmer i V" .. f4lT an NEAR RIOT AT OYSTER BAY Prominent Citizen Roughly Handled by Secret Service Men. Oyster Bay. President Hooscvclt's reception to the villagers today nearly ended iu a riot when secret service men held up Charles Kursman. the leading business man of Oyster Hay. Mr. Kurs-maaccompanied hy two ladies, attempted to approach the president, who was receiving all visitors. A secret service man grabbed Mr. Kursman and told him that he would not be allowed to approach the president. Mr. Kursman, as he tells the story, said tonight: "I thought it a matter of precedence, and I waited patiently. After every ons else had shaken hands with the president I started forward again. Once more 1 was stopped. The secret service man Mid that a complaint had- - been made against me. 1 demanded that 1 should he allowed to see the president, his secretary or the chief of the secret service." While Mr. Kursman was protesting the Women with him began to cry. The two hundred spectators were ipiickly atJames Finally tracted to the scene. Stone, head of the secret service, came up. He recognized Mr. Kursman uud called Secretary loeb. The two conducted Mr. Kursman to the president, who rcceiud the merchant cordially. Mr. Kursman is not only the leading merchant in Oyster Bay, but he is u member of the president's lodge of Masons. windows In nearly eVery business house in McAlester, two miles distant, were shattered and many buildings badly shaken. People rushed from their houses, thinking an earthquake wui upon them. The powder house contained n car load of dynamite and 1,300 kegs of black povvder. A row of miners' houses 200 yards distant were blown to bits and sixteen box cars were reduced to splinters. A hole twenty-fiiifeet deep and fifty feet in diameter marks the site of the explosion, which was caused by lightning. The pastures were filled with dead cows and horses for n mile around. The dead man was sitting at a table in his house a mile distant when a rock crashed through the side of the house, cutting o(T his head as though It had been severed with a knife. The body was thrown across the room. Another rock wrecked the house. Names Chanter for Governor But For Hargls Estate Dy Daugnter One Stormy Incident, ONE KILLED AND SEVENTEEN Drother Asks For Oall. ltocheter, X. Y. The Democratic INJURED. State Convention t inlay nominated as Lexington, Ky. Suit was filed nt the head of its tirket for governor the Houses Blown to Bits and Box Cars present lieutenant governor of the State, Jackson by Mrs. Kvctyn Hogg, daughter of the lato Judgo James Hargls, Reduced to Splinters Cattle Lewis Muyvcsaut Chanler, of Duchess against her mother, Mrs. Lowcllyn Killed a Mile Away. county. Hargls, nnd brother. Beach llarglr. The ticket decided upon by the lead- seeking to have tho department storo Mc.le-.tcr- , Okla. In a powder house ers, with one exception, seemed to meet and nil other Hargls estate property explosion here this afternoon one man, the approval of all the delegates, und placed In tho hands of n receiver. The Arthur Billiards, was killed and seven- the nominations were made with greut property Is worth nhout $150,000. enthusiasm until the otrire of State enIn circuit court Beach Hargls made The heavy plate glass teen injured. gineer nnd Mincyur was reached. a motion for ball through his attorThe conference candidate was l'hllip I. Farley, of Brooklyn, an man. Senator McCarren, amid the cheers of his suporters, took the platform ''to reent an insult." He declared the nomination of Fur Icy was agreed to without any regard to the Kings county delegation, nisi was Intended to embarrass them. He declared he would always support Democratic nominees, hut would not hold himself responsible for the action who felt themselves insulted. of Farley won on a roll call, but u motion to make the nomination unanimous was lost by two or three seuttcring negatives. ney, 1). Ky. Central Kentucky Is suffering from the worst drought In "Very," assented the other I o. dor what position they were In" "I havo a theory that sbo was repr as busied years, and unless there Is rain In a tentedprobably held at her tol.c' ,'0a a small in f hand few days tho crops of nil descriptions "And tho other a powder pjff tl wilt be badly damaged. But that theory won't work," The supply of stock water on tho "And why notr fannfarms has been exhausted nnd "Had sho bjen at her tore' ers aro forced to haul water tor long mouth would have bcea full if hr dlstnnccs. Loutsvlllo Courier Journ; North Klkhoni creek Is dry for the (list time In many years and many SOUNDS REASONABLE. wells and cisterns havo suddenly gono Fire Protection. " MISS HELEN MALONEY Says She Married Osborne to Avoid Titled Foreigner. New York. Fear that she might be compelled by her parents to marry a titled foreigner whom she disliked was the reason which Helen Maloney, daugh ter of wealthy Martin Maloney, of Philadelphia, declared implied her to go through a marriago ceremony with Arthur Herbert Osborne, a young broker of this city. This Information, given by Miss Maloney under oath, when she was being examined by a referee in connection with her application to have the was marriage annulled, purported gleaned from papers In the case which were filed in court after a formal de cree finally annulling the marriage, wus granted today by Justice Gerard, in the Supreme Court. Miss Maloney swore that the marriage SENSATIONAT CLARKSVILLE never was regarded in a Heriom light, either by herself or Osborne. She did Witnesses in Murder Case Are not believe tho contract binding, inas much as tho contracting parties did not Charged With Night Riding. Clarksvflle, Tenn. Following the ad- give their right names, ages or names journment of criminal court this after- of their purent. noon, five of the State witnesses who KENTUCKY IS EMULATED. testified that they were with Vaughn Bennett on the night he was shot were Reports of Night Rider Activity From arrested and placed Under a bond of Northeastern Arkansas. charged with night riding. Jonesboro, Ark. A rumor Is being They are Charley lingan, Oscar Albright, Klslc Albright, John Sadler and circulated broadcast here to the ellect that bunds of night riders formed from Dave Cluimbliss, Testimony introduced today has been the farmers In this section have been ut sensational, confessions being made that work notifying the planters to hold their the party of which Bennett was a mem- cotton, und giving them explicit Instrucber were out that night masked, with a tions to cut their ucrcagc or bear the white budge on, which is said to be the consequences. The report that a well known farmer insignia of the night riders. The witIs withnesses den iii 1 having committed uny dep- in l.unsford had been whlpK-redations other thun the cutting of tele- out foundation, but Iu the past week phone wires, und said they went out to several cotton growers have been threatwitness the whipping of u man named ened by the riders, und their actions Welsh ut Port Boyal, which wus sched- have cuuscd u greut deal of ularni in uled for that night by another party of this section, csjieclally among the buyers uud ginncrs. While a greut many of men. the reK)rts of alleged outrages have denied, still In several cases well NIGHT RIDER SUIT. known farmers have been approached In Relative of Man Killed Sues His no uncertain way and impressed with the fact that they must obey orders Slayer. Frankfort, Ky. Suit for $25,000 dam- given by tlui secret baud. ages wus filed iu the Shelby chciiit court WRIGHT BREAKS RECORD. today by the widow uud children of New-toIlazlctt uguiust Walker Duncan, a Makes Flight, Covering 26 wvulthy fanner. Miles. The suit grows out of the killing oi I.cmuiis. Wilbur Wright, the night rider, whose uu of Dayton, O., broke ull body was found in Pike, ueiir Jacksonrecords today for sustained aeroDuncan wan ville, on May 21 last. plane tlight. He remained iu the air for charged with the murder of Jluzlctt by 30 minutes uud 13 seconJs. On the field tho grand jury, but wus pardoned Iwforc 'Auvers this morning Mr. Wiight cirtrlul by tiov. WilUon, Iu pursuance of of the course ut uu uverugu height o cled the governor's policy to grunt executive He again demonstrated his 45 feet. clemency to all persons whu defended mastery over his luuchilic. He their persons and property fioni night completei!G miles. covered lldtjr outrages. $1,-00Ik-culh-geF.uro-iwa- dry. Tho towns of Danville, Winchester Grounds for and Richmond havo denied tho citiof the motion wore that tho zens further use of tho water supply, health of young Hargls Is In such con- saving It In caso ot fire, and they must will dition that continued confinement resort to cisterns and wells. result In his death. In support of this Corn, hemp and tobacco aro suffermotion, Hargls filed nffldavlts ot sev- ing tho worst. Fires along tho raileral physicians. destroying much fencing and Judge Adams, however, declined to roads are grant the patricide ball. Hargls Is said vr.lun.ble trees. to be suffering from tuberculosis. It Revision of School Laws Urged. Is understood the Hargls family Is Frankfort, Ky. Ono of the most willing to furnish hall In any uniount bills that will come before tho up to $50,000. next Kentucky legislature Is that providing for tho revision of tho school Dank To Fight. laws. At tho meeting of the educaFrankfort. Ky. Secretary of State tional commission held here, at which Hen 1 Bruner was notified by the Citiorganltatlon took place, a bill, zens' bank ot Shelbyrlllo that suit will the MAY USE ELECTRIC POWER be filed In the Franklin circuit court containing eight chapters, was recomby Superintendent Crabbe and to test his recent ruling on state mended Illinois Centra! Railroad Will Inves- banks and their branch hanks. Dr. was referred to tho various commitwho will make some of a retigate Feasibility. Bruner ruled that state banks can not tees, on Its provisions nt kind meeting port Chicago. J. T. Harahan, president of have branches nnd must lncororate ot tho commission hero the Septem on the Illinois Central Hallway, announqtl the branch banks with a capital of ber 28. $15,000. ditoday at a meeting of the lsiard of rectors of the load, held ut Xew York, Wilt Vote on Annexation. Students In Revolt. Newport, Ky. Voters Bellcvue that authority was granted for a full Lexington, Kyj Students of tho will bo given a chance to of whether say investigation of the question of electrijunior class at the Kentucky Statounl. or not they are desirous ot being an fying the Illinois Central terminals at Yerslty are In revolt. Beccntly the of Newport. Tho Chicago. requiring nexed to tho city the; general trustees passed a resolution council In making the announcement Mr. Har- the Juniors tc drill In ranks with fresh- law committee of a resolution directing Clerk ahan said: In former years adopted men and sophomores. "It is the purKie of the company to tho juniors participated In drill only Davis to Instruct County Clerk Bet to havo tho question as to annexation go into this question fully and Immeas commissioned ollicers, and they placed on tho Bellcvue ballots at tho diately, securing the most side exiierts have now refuted to obey tho new coming fall election. in the country to investigate the matter. order. After a full and complete Investigation In Memory ot McKlnley. Elect New Officers. u report will be made to the board of Louisville, Ky McKlnley Memorial complete day was celebrated here by a union A Ky. Hopklnsvllle, directors on the subject." The Illinois Central Itatlrond enters change of ollicers for the Christian service In the First Christian church. Chicago along the shore of like Mich- county executive committee of tho Tho McKlnley Memorial association Planters' Protective Association was passed carnations about the great con. igan and operates a suburban service mndo at the election held. Tho old jgrcgatlon In honor ot the martyr pres from the business district to the South o dicers refused to stand for ident, ana llcv. ur. Henry Alfred sor Side and suburban stations on the line. The smoke from the 700 trains used and tho growers elected Dr. J. I Bar- ter delivered tho eulogy. daily iu this way has been a subject of ker, chairman; It. II. McfJaugheln, vice Clay Monument To Be Repaired. complaint for years by residents of the chairman; M. B. King, secretary. Frankfort, Ky. Gov. Wlllson was no South Side. Charged With Murder. tified by tho Henry Clay monument Paducnh, Ky. Victor and Fred commlsrlon thnt work would soon be PLAN TO FIGHT AEROPLANES Jones, brothers, were arrested charged gin toward putting tho head back on at n bapWill Arrange to Hold with having killed Will Lewis Calloway the monument of the commoner In tho Government tizing on Jonathan creek, In cemetery. Tho head was Aerial Target Practice. county. Lewis was shot and Instantly knocked from tho monument by n Washington. Being assured by the killed. It Is said tho men quarreled ago. success of the Wright aeroplane that over a girl. Fred Jones says ho shot stroke of lightning several years aerial warships are to be the adjuncts Lewis In Mistakes Nephew Fo Turkey. of all armies nnd navies soon, ordnance Barhourvllle, Ky While hunting Cecil's Bond Forfeited. experts of the Wnr Department are wild turkeys on the main branch ot Frankfort, Ky. Falling to answer Stinking creek, Columbus Taylor shot studying a solution ot the problem of when called In criminal court Frank and killed his nephew. Will Taylor, meeting and overcoming them. Aerial target practice will U held. Old Cecil. Indicted as an accessory to the mistaking him for a turkey. The balloons, owned by the signal corps, will assassination of Gov. Oocbel. and who younger Taylor wus Imitating tho call be the targets. The tests will lie made Is now residing In Hast St. Iuls, for- of a wild turkey to attract the atten$5,000 signed by bond at Fort Omaha, where there is an uero feited W. W. ofCecil, of Boll couuty.his tion ot the birds, park. .Similar tests are being made iu uncle, Masons Buy Mansion. (ierinany. The (,'ermans hnve found that Companies Fined. Ky. Do Molay Common balloons hit ut great height do not col Frankfort, Ky. Tho Cumberland dcry completed arrangements to purlapse. Telephone Co., of Nashville, nnd the chase tho (ieorgo I.ong reshlcnco at Army men realize that It will be no Central City Water Co. were fined Bccatid and Broadway and to havo ono light mutter to provide for the elevation $1,000 each In the itato special court of the most splendid clubhouses In the nf large Held guns which could destroy for falling to report to tho auditor on south. Tho .Masons will spend over an aeroplane at one shut. tho 1st of July each year tho value of $100,000 In transforming tho splendid mansion. It Is the belief that the perfection of tho franchise for taxation. the aeroplane will meuii the gradual disWill Hold Primary. Caught By Hounds. solution of navies and the relegation of Lexington, Ky. ChaB. Martin, w, Frankfort, Ky. A primary hns been the $8,000,000 battleship to the national called Iu Anderson county, to bo held phot and killed his stepfather, John junk shop. Army men say thut when a T, for tho purpose of nomiSmith, In Mason county, was rundown machine costing eight or ten million dol- November lars, that has taXeu two years ut the nating a camlhlato for sonator on tho by bloodhounds at Maysvllle. Martin building, thut carries u thousand ollicers democratic ticket for tho 2$lh district. quarreled with his mother, and when Bepresentatlve W. K. Dowllug U a cun. his stepfather remonstrated, he shot and men, can be sunk hy u Hying that Is made for $.1,000, it is time dldate. him. to sit duwn and consider. Domed. Warehouses Youth Killed By Train. EAT 'EM ALIVE MAN SUFFERS. HopkliiHville, Ky. Flro destroyed Louisa, Ky. Tho dead body of Leo two largo warehouses at Pembroke; Mlnottl, 17, wan found by tho sldo ot Will Pay With Arm for Showing How to loss $25,000. Ono warehouse belonged tho Norfolk fr Western railroad track Catch Wolves. to Garnelt Sc. William und wus oper- ono nillo from this place at an early Cuthrie, Okla. Specialists arrived here ated by A. O. Dorlty & Co. The other hour. A train lnul passed over tho tslay to utteml Federal Marshal John It. belonged to T. McComb ft Co. body J list below tin hips. j. Abcrnuthy, suffeiing from blood oiou. Kentucklsn Shot To Death. Residence and Barn Burned. lug as the result of lieing bitten by Leba Augusta, Ky. John Smith was shot Lexington, Ky. Flro destroyed tho wolves two weeks ago In Wichltu Mountains, w hile show lug huiitcis and his and killed by Charles Murtln ut M- residence and barn on tho place of child bride how he catches 'cm alive with inerva, Bracken county. Tho killing Judge, Nelson, of Winchester, located Ills hands. His condition is critical, uud wuh done with a shotgun, Smith being at tho corner of tho Bryan station und Both men aro Chlleshurg pikes, entailing a loss pt the socialists may amputate one of his shot In the nbdomcn. Tins. Aberuuthy wus to tuiit with colored. about $7,000. iiottvclt ill Africa. II. Redwjne. Karl Pava. I suppose the sc.;.fn bnvo to learn to stand on one I t t cause they might havo ono foot tbt oft In war. When the Minister Scored country clergyman, whllo rcc "j advocating tho support of a cluT it' '. 'I object, prefaced tho circulation A plato with tho following ' "From the great sympathy I hv '! nnsaed In your countenances, th-- e li only ono thing 1 nm afraid ft 'lit somo of you may feel Inclined t j (It too much, Now, It Is my duir to you that Justice should s'siji bo a prlmo virtue to gene"! therefore. I wish to havo It the nt'J understood that no person wi.l itsi ot putting anything on tho pta'e kJ cannot pay hit debts." Tho resa.' u an oversowing collection. Marine Insurance. Marine Insurance It the oldest i.M of modern Insurance. Its prlr.r ;1 wcro first employed In the century by tho merchants of I it u lona. In Spain, when that city tho capital ot tho kingdom tt (! Ionia and when l a hardy mv "en wcro second to nine In the w.'li About tho same vJmo, and also ! Barcelona, the fntiius code of laws known as the "cotuJl h bI del mar" was promulgated, tho foundation of tho present in ,', t laws ot every country. fou-'rr- :'i rcrl-tlm-- all ii "THE PALE GIRL," Did Not Know Coffee Was the Cauis, In cold weather somo pcoplo ivW a cup of hot coffeo good to hfV 1"' warm. So It U for a short tto but tho drug caffeine acts on the .ct f1 to wenken tho circulation nnd action Is to causo more chllllncn Thero Is a hot wholesome iM which a Dak. girl found altor a t.ffl'. makes the blood warm and tho bci.1 strong. Sho says: "Having lived for flvo years h -- nnto-bellui- n e I havo used considerable c owing to tho cold climate. As a re suit I had a dull headncho kk Buffered from Indigestion, aud 3d M llfo' In mo. "I was known as 'tho polo g!"" pcoplo thought I wns Just After a tlmo 1 had heart troii' a"1 becaino very nervous, novir k"c what It was to bo real well. Tiku r Iclno but It never scorned to d M . good. "Slnco being married my hu and I both hnvo thought coffee harming us and wo would quit " ' ' begin iignln, although wo felt l the samo uu poison to us. Well "Then wo got somo Postum. tho effect was really wonderf i' t complexion It clear now, lir 3 gono, und I huvo a great deal it orgy I had novor knowu while drlt' ., lug coffeo. "I haven't boen troubled v. I'll l gcsllon tluco using Postum, nm iiervout, and need no medicine have a llttlo girl and boy wli ' lovo Postum und thrlvo ou K 43 1 f 'j Orapo-Nuts.- " ,. There's a Itcawm." IU Numo glvon hy Postum Co., ' uw Creek. Mich. Head, "Tho ltoad to vlllo," In pkgt. Ever read the above letteri " one appears from tlmo to time. are genuine, true, and full of hun Interest. THC 9AFE WAYJO BUYePA.Nf. . CERTIFIED MILK. f.nn of tho dairy of tho United 8tntea department of nRrlcultnre, anya: Tho production of certified rnllk, or even market milk prtifllnbly and In n puro form la no amateur' work. If n ennvnn worn to bo mnd to deter, mlno how many men wero capable of producing milk that would pnas rcnsonubln requirements from a sanitary nml chemical stnmlolnt I don't know Just how ninny would pnas, but I nm snttsfled that tho porccntngo would bo very, very amnll. A mnn capnhlo of producing milk that would meet the requirements of our various milk commlaaloiiH Is nn unusual SO LOQICAL. dairyman and would mnko a success In nlmost any profession. Ho must be n thoroughly capnhlo mnn and should command a good nnlary. Ills work Is often too llttlo appreciated, particularly by tho consumer, who should rejolro In tho fact that his milk la delivered to bis door gunran. teed to bo puro, clean and wholrsom nnd to bo produced from heelthy cows without their even seeing tho dairy sho herd or tho way tho product Is Do you think V. handled. ,,or Even If this wuro osilb1o ,0 lbo m'fl rr.. t ffc'1"'1 ono customer In n hundred would not TyreWell, any ono must ad-- know whether It was handled prop'!:t n horso li moro becomlnK to el ly orbenot. To bilrl ;..an with iueh successful tho producer of a milk must know how to Criminal Negligence. breed nnlmnls and develop their capacity for production of milk nnd mn, woman and child who jwi keep In mind their healthfulncss. Ho a victim of ' Im or lirr sravr, must bo acquslnled with all dairy irtrr, i a trwl rarrltic to qui- - r ! Dime who Ignorantl continue to feeds In tho market nnd must not only The um nl quinine lo know how to feed economloJIy, but ho rr it f ; rrlie of mnlicwl Urlurim, for must atao uso feeds tbat will not in the light cf tuodorn Uucut erica, abnormal flavor In tho milk. He no ricue r t ,. woman unlrrci!it nun orvictim of yon must becomo acquainted with tho nvv iUv ( tounirr. the n r of hi Individual animals hoe vital iKjwrra in, I ' half, la a mutt wltnrw of and determine how much feed they t in il nceliince on the part of thM can utilize profitably. Ho must bo ahlo or prrcnlxM quinine, to detect any unusual disturbances or u x who are well informed on mcdl-- r chanxo In tbo condition of animals i i know that quinine it an t 'v which may jt ilotrojrr of the blood cori'uclc, of tho milk. affect tho quality or flow Ho must understand tho ; muhina the blood. It It I ir the entire nervoui ayitcm and effect of disease or any Inflammation t -n r. the heart. or unuaiial condition of tho cow, upon to the vrry brt in ercry c l 9 r:un and ak Ida camrnt upprt tho milk for example. I will rcluto nn for a quarter of a Instanco that came to. my notice. A 7 a remedy which, era try baa demorwtrtted Ita complete man was producing a hlghlass milk over malaria ami fercra by ap-when suddenly tho number of bacteria ! magical and almort iniraculou s It leave the Ixxly trong ami In tho mixed milk of tbo herd jumped th blood rich and pure, the from a few hundred to several thoui(r r - cj teJr. the heart (trudg, It'a a sand to tho c.c. On looking for tho t a Ocjrrant. t rlcad rimcttly that every man ahall cnuse, tho milk of each cow was ex' amined nnd It was found that ono t :iipnrt and tee that Jnhnton'a V-ii tiM-- by all aulfcrrra who corue cow had a alight attack of garget and i the fhtr of hu inlluenre. Kor this contributed tho bacteria. drug alnrra. S.V and f'V . " u;i c . i nona Chill and Kcier Tonic Co, GRASS AND THE DAIRY. C. . !" rty owner will avo n urm rtponio In kofplnB ot I ' jp and ..rlAjl If ..In i" . I. vnn r"i""' I: . ,w how to protect thrm.tdvos Ih ' V ndub r i.rrprcfpntMlon nnd Thnro's t in paint nmtorUU.ft puro nml , nn.l nafo ruIJo to f (loponilnl)lo "Whlto l.cnd I ,ip - Dutch Hoy Pnlntcr" trn.lo " Coin-ntuch tho National r of genuine dm hriroat makers I on ov,,r3r t'ARO VI A Unil phico This company onds of ' f I roduct ,"'o nml auro HUio oultlt for tost-i r Md, nd n vnlnnblo palot : I frre to nil who write for It t U Woodbrldfio Hldg, ad Ires Not an Easy Matter to Produce High Grade Product. I'rof. II At the National Capital Gossip of People and Events 2 a a Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. ts lx-n.- 1 Gathered in Washington ....ABSOLUTE SAFETV IS THE BASIS.... That we offer to depositors. Other inducements are of secondary importance. Coming White Home Season to Be Gay dance. fow ot their friends In to dinner, but tho so cial and olflclal programs of tbo president nnd Mrs, Roosevelt left little tlmo on tholr calendar for nny affair that Miss Alice might hnvo had In mind. So the llttlo cllquo of which tho president's daughter was n member saw to It that her Beaton's program wag full. Howovor, this docs not promise to be the cao when the younger daughter of tho White llouco blooms out ns a full fledged social flower. Sho will haro a brilliant ball tho fairy story writers havo fixed this Important event for early In January, Just after tho official season opens and from that time until tho "curtain rings slowly down" on tho administration of Theodore Itoosevelt his young daughter will be the center of a brilliant whirl. Society even hopes tbat her engagement will bo announced tho closo of her father's term, although even the most daring social gossips havo not yot selected a life mato fur Miss Kthel. be-for- o for ypung pcoplo, followed by Occasionally tho parents had Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage. H. BUCHANAN, President J. A. TM0HP50N, Cashier. f DIRECTORS II. Buchanan, J. J. C. Bondurant, O. B. Threlkeld, J. W. Alexander. Dr. J. M, Hubbard. It. M. Isler, T. A. Ledford, - "trs high-clas- s -- ii pro-duc- o to Tho roturn of President Itooso-vel- t and family will mean that the social season will begin within a short time nfter their nrrtval. Miss Uthcl Itoonevelt has spent a quiet summer, tho greater part of It being nt her father' homo at Oyster Hay. She ban bad n rest nnd Is fully prepared for tho moat notnblo year of her young llfo tho year when sho will bo formally presented to society and will reign as "tho first young lady of the land." Itegnrdlng Miss Kind's nodal campnlgn In tho coming season society Is deeply Interested. It has been rcrallcd that tho then AIlco Itooserelt was given only ono entertainment by her parents In tho Vhllo Houto from her coming out ball. This was a large dinner party WASHINGTON. THE SAFE8T AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY LONfi DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE KCOMroaATta ft TELEGRAPH CO. t he In-- Teddy Interested in Statue of Self take any chances on fato or African lions, ao James G. Frascr, of Now York, who was commissioned to execute It months ago, was ordered to hurry up tho heroic touches and submit tho design In plaster. A few days ago ha notified the I Will Build You a Home ft invistigati this intariit plan. yaw if yaii ara paying rant. I ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS. It will pay yiu It will 1 e;il i L n-- 1 been sufficiently complimentary.- Tha Sign of Power, The Lesion of This Year of Abundant In view ot tbo fact that Mr. Roosett Ii tho crcateat manlfcatatton of Pasturage. velt was Mill young and vigorous, tho pewrr to bo calm. It la eaay to b a lve This season tins been a great ono senate hesitated to perpetuate him untho rolni ro, and tho h:nea will drnc you down. Anyone for grass, and tho dairy. Tho pastures til ho woa closer to tho threescore rzn do that, but ho who can atop tho havo been been good and tho returns and ten milestone. liut ho passed tho word along that ho did not Intend to r SRlnr boraea la tbo atronic tnnn. from th ii paaturea havo been large. Tho prices of farm produce havo kept Which rcqulrca tbo Krtatcr atrength lc"lnic ico, or restraining? Tho calm up In splto of tho largo supply of raw man la not tho man. who la dull. You material, and tho farmer producing must not mlatako ca'lmncia for dull-nrt- a milk and butter has not experienced or lailneaa. . . . Activity la tho low prices of somn former years. the manlfeitatlon of tbo lower This lima of paslurago nbundnnco auporlor was not one that could have been foretfrrnjtth, calmnets of tbo I' cr.Eth. Swaml Vlveka&nanda. seen and therefore no farmers haro been ablo to greatly Dark Subject. tho number of their cows to "I'm all In tho dark about how ennblo them to make tho most of tho thm bills aro to bo paid," aald Mr. grass crop In tho pastures. Just lUrilup io lila wlfo. when they wanted to buy, other farm- THAT tho theory advocated by Dr. tho distinguished scientist, Will, Henry, aald aho. aa aho ers also wanted to buy, with no ono pried out a colored ono and laid tt on witling to sell. This Is an Illustration who, while a member ot tho faculty of the pile, "you will bo If yea don't pay of tho truth tbat has been previously Johns Hopkins university, declared, that man's usefulness Is nt an end that one, for It'a tho gai bill." noted In this paper, that a dairy cow passing llfo sixtieth milestone. Is can bo produced only attbr a lapso of after Til llltMK OCT M.U.AHIA n theory that will not stand the test of .Sl lllfiLlI III TIIK HTKTRM. years. application to every-dallfo. Is tho Til. Ik. (Kd huiHlarvl I1IU1VKK TAHTKI.KM Thcrcforo. declnros tho Kansns firm bollof of Uio vast majority of pcolilt TUMI ( Vi.u ksaw tl)uu aro Ukin. .raisia rUlnlr pnatl n .rf Ia4ll. Farmer, tho production of f! .ir II. ttntilr plo who havo passed that age and inlivaiU ltn In a taMrlr.i ' - nl Ik. .ffKtiul tuna, tut iruaa dairy rows should go on, In nil yearn to lead decidedly useful lives .04 chiUnn. tM. when there aro good pastures and nnd to tnko aa keen an interest In afwhen them nre poor pastures. Tho fairs as many younger Mora Refined. members of Visitor You aay Dill was gbot? farmer ran nntlclpato tbo coming of society. Not only this, but they clvo tc boy -- Well, wo call It "death tho flush years, but In no other way tbo Osier theory a solar plexus punch frcm poisoning." lead SU Louis can ho bo ready for them when they by achievements accomplished after Timea. do come. That they do conio along passing tho years allotted three-scorabout so often la n welUlomonstratod and ten. Hlcka' Capudlne Curea Women. fact Kortunato aro tho men that this Ono of tho most notable examples V. r1illc palna. backache, nervmianria tho cows they -l '.ra.laclie rlleK hnmnllatel and year havo all harvest their need to that Interest In life does not cease at pasturo the ago of CO Is to bo found In Mrs. pliraiclana e.'ia nature Trial boltlebytOo. Itetular help them "H twit reaulla. grasses. lis S anj Wo at all druitl.ta. Annlo 12. l'hllpott, who, nt the age ot 93, still n moat cheerful and efMILK 8TOOL. Natural Error. ficient cmployo ot tho government 'Hnlloa, Bcudder; what aro you bureau ot engraving and printing. Why Not Have a Little Comfort Dur hull ling - a motor shedr Mrs. l'hllpott not only performs the Ing Milking Time. 'No, Just a bat box for my wife." work expected ot her by Undo Sam A milking stool la nn nrtlclo that Cood for 8ore Eyes, , r ITOjcara l'lriTITS KYK SAI.VK has enn bo used twice a dny on most farms. I Tho cut taken 'ciy cureil cje cverywherv. v drutmataor Howard llroa..nugali.X.Y. from tho AgriculKpltomlst, tural Treat youraolf with respect, If only explains Itself; tha for tho purpoao of aettlnR a good exseat can bo mado ample for your neighbors. out of iuv old pleco of belting or a burlap sncx. Either of theso maturtals will make a comfortublo neat. In this city nru to HOUSF.KKKl'EHS f tho happy homes Feeding Alfalfa Hay. Is a vwt of this winter, experienced dairyman says that An fund of information as to Selling ancient eggs nt as high tho beat methods hay nro required U4 pounds of alfalfa of promoting health nml happiness and to ono pound of bran In feeding value. prices as fresh eggs has been a pracfsht living ami knowledge of tho world's If bran goU too high at your locnl tice under cousldorntlon by tho htalth officials for some time. Drastic mens-ure- s product. feed store the nuxt best thing to do I aro to bo taken to break It up. Products of actual cxccllenco and to grow a llttlo allulfu, What Is particularly disapproved ot rnwnablo claim truthfully prceentcd egg Is There Is no reason why tho barns In connection with tralllc In ' which havo attained to world-widshould not bo clean ut this tlmu tt Lilt- tho fact that a tremondoua amount of fresh eggs Is shipped Into WashingWfTtanco through tho approval of tho ton nnd immediately idiovod In cola Informed of tho World; not of storage tu keep .until market prices Rice Chocolato Pudding, only, but of tho many who l.avo Is tlmo to Bell to h l appy Scald n quart of milk with Hires satisfy tho dealer It facuity of KKiln& unJ obtaJn. public. ounces grated chocolate. Add one. cup- the the best tho world "S Laws nre sufficiently broad enough, afford. rlco, 0o of the product, of that daas, of ful hut tolled yolks a cup of sugar It Is believed, to cover (his question. scant, .and tho eggs well of four now" wmpwicnt parts, on Kthlcal beaten, llaku until sot, then draw to From expressions ot officials of the "'ncily approve by physician ami com-"n- tho mouth of tho oven, which should department they aro determined to apby tho WelMnformeU of tho bo cooled down, ami spread with a ply thu law. Tho food Inspectors havo given orders U enforco orldaa valuablo ami wliolcsomo family murlnguo mado by whipping thu already been I', whites of tho egg stilt Willi four M.ye i, tho Syrup of Figs Tha sale of bad eggs In Washington sugar. Flavor to taste. Let ajj'l luir oenna. To got ita bcneficiaJ has beou commented upon, nut ouly tho meringues putT nnd color a golden y' LuJr ,n Genuine, tuanu-- h brown, then sat uway to cool. When In Hila city, but elsewhere, according officials, turt.1 by tho California A leading medlcul and Fig Syrup CS!, quite cold set In tho Ico box until to bunlth journal rcceutly contained tat vay, and for aalo by aU leading teudy to korvu. druggiu. PltKSIDENT UOOSKVKI.T has let It that one ot the chief things he Is Interested In during tho closing days of tho latest administration Is tho statue of himself, which la soon to bo placed In tho senato gallery. All tho other haro long been Immortnllied In marble, and most of them had tho pleasure, before passing away, of saying whether tho work of tho sculptor had It -- superintendent ot tho capltol building that It was ready to bo worked Into marblo, and tho command for him to go ahead was about to bo Issued, when word camo from Oyster Hay that not another stroko ot work was to bo done until tho president had looked himself over and was pleased with the glad smile he was to hand down to posterity. It Is Impossiblo to learn whether Mr. Frascr has molded Mr. Itoosevelt as tho presiding officer ot tho senate. In tho uniform ot a rough rider, or In a tennis costume. It Is understood that the sculptor Is chiefly concerned over ' who'her ho has tbo proper number of teeth showing and tho presidential glasses sitting at tho correct angle. I carry tho only complete lino of buildlnr material, builder's hard-war- a, sash and doors to bo found in tha city. My prices aro right. You bo tho judge; call and ice. "W ... T30T3T3S OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE -- Absolutely THE BEST- - AND . . . Osier Theory Will Not Stand the Test without finding It a burden, but man ages to find tlmo after working hours to devoto to reading and flno sewing, tho latter diversion not only proving a pleasant pastime but adding considerably to her Income. Sho enjoys perfect eyesight, never having had to resort to the wearing ot glasses, and Is much moro nctlvo than many persons years nillionaire Canned Goods. Heinzs Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. Call on or tale phone us when In nord of GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS or FKEDSTUFFS. Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. Ledford & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1855. her Junior. . flrst-claa- s (( n.i con-tlnu- o e i- l'rcrll.t 1 EASY-SITTIN- Pennsylvania Revolutionary family, and has always been a hard worker, as wero hor parents before her. Having always worked, she has expressed the wish that she may continue until the end, and present Indications nre that her wish will be fulfilled, but at no near date in tho future by any means. In view of the fact that Dr. Osier, upon tho celebration of his sixtieth birthday several weeks ago, elected to contlnuo In actlvo service and not 'depart by way of tho chloroform .route pointed out by htm for thosa with CO years to their credit, Mrs. Phil- pott bears him no In fact, she Is rather inclined to believe that the learned doctor has been misrepre sented, and hopes that ho may llvo to reach tho ripe old ago sho herself has attained, and that ho may be as useful in his sphere during la's ro-mnlnlng years as sho has been In hers. sturdy Mrs. l'hllpott Is a descendant ot a TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Successor to B. O. Ramago, deceased.) riarble and Granite rionuments CURBINO. HICKflAN, STONE : WORK x trf all kinds, IRON FENCINO. KENTUCKY Davidson &Stubbs Meet Your Friends AT din-aae- a More Fresh Eggs for City Next Winter nrtlclo upon this subject. It accused southern merchants of shipping undesirable eggs to Washington. This was responsible for Dr. Woodward directing Inspectors Mothors-hcaand Hoover to mnko Inquiries. That was two months ago. After talking with the commission morchants, retail dealers nnd others who handlo eggs, tho Inspectors reported that conditions wero satisfactory. From what tho merchants told them thero was na truth In tho article, they reported. Inspector Hoovor's report was especially Interesting In vlow of tho fact that ho said: "I havo talked with retail dealers and thoy have Informed mo that their eggs nro all right and that thoy havo received no complaints from their customers." Since then, liowover, thtro have been complaints. Tho Inspectors huva been directed to a- more than Inquire. They nro to mal; rigid Invest teutons. According to cno official of the food division ot tho health department, there will not bo so many eggs turned over to tho cold storage to '"await prices" when the health department guts through with Its work. - Lauderdale's DENTISTS. OFFICES: ntckinan, Ky. Over Cowglll'a drug Btore. Union City, Tenn. Tonsorial Parlors Beat In Hickman. Hot and cold bath; elsctrlo lights and fans, hydraullo chairs and everything for comfort. One of ihe Essential to-da- y Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. Next door to Jones' Cafe. bt building. In C. B. A. J. W. Roney. W. J. McMurray, o Oasli Book Store Splendid Selection . Roney & McMurray, In all Indi-vi'lu- al .. New Booksf Stationery, Post Cards, LAWYERS. Deed, mortgages and all kinds ot contracts. Notary Public In oSeo. 3 fiute Practice the courts In tht table-spoonfu-ls Notions, lite Call and ace our stock. n HICKMAN, KY. OQlco An Island In I.ako Superior has bocn stocked with caribou; Caribou Island, so uamod because. It formerly wai noted as a homo f&r tho animal. Everything over IiolcombVdrug itoro, MauBerendes&Gompmy vr",. ' 1 ?m We Announce... rv To the dress public, our exclusive showing of Autumn and Winter Fabrics from Kd V. Price & Co., world it improving. The world wat never so ai It It to tiny Nothing like It ever ex Itted In the att The commercial life oj the world compels truth at nothing hat, nothing else can, for It It on Its credit and truthfulness that the fabric of our great commerce reita, You tnay rett attured ti.at there never as nu much truth lu tho world and there never was as there la audi a real care fur truths a there I today Kuv M. J. Savage. truth-tollin- Announcement ! are now prepared to show you what we believe represents the More Work; Lett Play. Isn't there a suspicion that at the present time Australia might be Bald When to he "unduly pleasure-lovlunTIt It remembered that the time la one of grave anxiety, that tho aanda run rapidly out to give the signal for a struggle for very cxlatence there reason to suggest, for the national good, a little lest horse racing, u little more attention to the serious things of life. Sydney Uulletln. " net-in- s SATURDAY Sept. A cordial WE 26 is ex- invitation proper tended to all. We'll esteem it a pleasure to serve our old patrons and the new ones we hope to make if favored with the opportunity "Who's Your Tailor?" Marriage Age It Increased. It la generally admitted that the marriageable age of women bu advanced considerably of recent years. Many a bride has long felt girlhood behind her before she exchanges her vows nt tho altar, and there teem to bo fow young men nowadays who care to assume the responsibilities of mar rlcd llfo until they nre In the flnanclal position usually associated with middle age. Autumn AND Winter MILLINERY STYLES We give you stylish and exclusive designs to be found in no other store in the city. 'Pay a Viiit to Our Millinery Department. Baltzer D. G. Co. & Dodds Best Way to Tie Shoe-Lace- Incorporated A way to keep shoo-lacc- s tied la to make a bow In the ordinary way, then iihikiiii THE HICKMAN "Ctwi COURIER WMttra KeatMkjr Like tk Dew" Other : Folks' : Business Arc lamps? Yesterday was equinox. Tel. No. 4 for groceries. Insert a buttonhook underneath the center of tho bow and draw ono loop and one end through (underneath) thus turning tho bow practically upside down. Or draw one loop through tho other and pull the "answering" end, so that tho loops aro knotted. The New Morality. So, It's away with ynnr old morality and your prating about duty, self-rttralnt, sin and Its punishment "Sclenco" or "evolution," as tho case may be, has shown that to bo strong Is to bo virtuous, that to scire Is the aim of life and to let go one's hold the all preme transgression. N. Y. Evening W. 0. SFXXK and 3. O. SEXTON, Editor ud Proprietors. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CAHK U ADVANCE. Post Card Albums Helm & ElliEntered at the Hickman, Kentucky, son. aeoond-claa- s mall matter. poetefice m Ira Green spent Sunday in Padu-ca- Post. h. TWay,Sepl.24lM908 The New School Law. There have been several filed already in different counties Woman Took Dare; Poted on Chimney. t chimney In Dared to climb a Alliscn Tyler was in Fulton last rrocess of construction at Torrlngton, Conn., Mrs. Guy Nodlno mounted to weet'. tho top and posed thero several mln Finest line of perfumes at Helm & utes, enjoying the view. To get there she had to climb rickety ladders all Ellison's. suits the way. 115-foo- ALL A.R3S "WELCOME SMITH Sr AMBERG. The back aches because the kidneys arc blockaded. A COOK FOR REUBEN. Help the kidneys with their wcrk. KUDEN. Reuben. I've been The back will ache no more. Hickman, Kr. thlnklnc Lots of proof that rfoan's Kidney Who would ftt the. meals for thro? Roonjs and Board It the Girn were, all Pills do this. transported It's the best proof, for it comes Far beyond the north from Hickman. Larg', : by the day or week. ern e J. R. Weatherly, Cor. Third & fortable rooms bath in coin ' c Itachel, I've "lUchel. been thlnklnc. Ivy Sis., Hickman, Ky., says: That, In aplte of ill thy Reasonable Rates !! "For some time I was a victim of a care. very on We would most annoying attack of kidney com nicely, Katlnf lota of caviare." plaint. The kidney secretions were "Heuben, who'll prepare far too frequent in action and I . t.i,.i.i. fcX l Who will trim the lamp would have to get up, some nights 8 Juet rUhtT In the all as often as seven times. Oct thy uioccaalna LIVING ready morning bn early arising I felt tired For the lone, long Arctlo nlghtr" aud little like doing the day's work. "We'd take lalrnon, and we'd dry It, I tried a number of remedies and Kat It when In seal oil awlnimln. ltuchel, vrrlly I'll try It. doctored but no avail. Finally more easily adjusted We could do without ye women." Doan's Kidney Pills came to my to your income by the "Keuben, Iteuben. I'd beat fellow. notice and procuring a supply it Men need cook a, where'er they to; use of a checking acAnd I (ear, ye soon would find a Helm St Ellison's drug store, began Wife anionc the Uaklmo.' count. From month to using them. The use of three boxes month you have an exChinese Breakfast Food. restored my kidneys to a healthy act record of all money growing alone the coast There la of China, a aoft. sweetish seaweed condition and made my general received aud paid out which terves a variety of purposes, health much better." but which the people use chlelty In For sale by alldealtrs. Price 50 A checking account is soup. It has, however, several uses; Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo an indicator thai helps As a barometer It la valuable, varying; cents. as the temperature New York, sole agents for the UnitIn tnoliturt you to keep your Inchanges; as a mat for the table; as ed States. come ahead of your draperies everything finally windRemember the name Doan's expenditures. ing; up In soup which la Invariably served for breakfast. and take no other. Cherry Salad. In addition to keepWhen cherries are In season they ing your money matFOR SALE : 220-acr- e (arm, well are very pretty In salads, Remove the dwelling. 3 tenant ters straight, a checkpit, refill the hollow with a piece of improved nut meat Serve on lettuce with (houses, 2 large tobacco barns, 2 ing account Is convex mayonnaise. Or fill an apple cup with large stock bams, Fairbanks scalts, ient.it gives you safety mixed cherries and nuta. The apples 2 wells, 1 spring, for your funds and a will preserve their color and freshness fenced and cross-fenceHalf mile If kept In water. two churches, half mile to school receipt for ever bill to Prunes. house, on rural route and telephone paid. This dlth should be regarded as a line and short distance from two medicine, and eaten whether we like 200 acres in cultiIt or not. Prunes are excellent In raset good markets. An ideal farm. THE Adjoining of Indlgpstlon, torpid liver, etc. To In- vation. duce the family to eat them often fix land last year sold for $65 per acre ; them In a variety of ways chopped this can be bought for $10 less on BANK fine and smothered In whipped cream; the acre. A number of improveIn the bread pudding Instead of rais- ments in way of orchard, etc. If Hickman, Kentucky. ins; raw, with nut kernels Inside and you want a bargain, ask for No. 41, sprinkled with sugar All these wayt v at Courier office. are good and wholesome. Mf An r.nt.. nr iUSt ' Mill. There is a decided touch of early of Mengel Veneer A damp napkin around the sandfour-roohouse, stables 'n "! wiches will nnt only keep them freth, fall apparent in these cool Septemgood young orchard-Goobut Improve them, allowing the filling ber nights and the wise prognostic condition, fence around the place, alw to flavor the whole. Always ktep a clean old aapkln or llnta cloth bandy, cator is already predicting an "early eood cross fences. River dots cao and make the aaniwlchna some tlmi frost." ovcrflow all of it. Purchase before your guest arrive to save that make 15 per ceiit ou the investmN"flurry. If you get a sample copy of the If vnu vnnl a h.iri'ain Call at this office. Price, $1000 on tut If you use a pulverized or ground Courier, it is an invitation to sub. terms. . coffee you can get an extra fine one scribe. The Courier and Commer-- 1 from C. II. Moore at 25c per pound. Order the Courier today. a year for $1,25. for the purpose of contesting the Constitutionality of the new school law. We are certain that it fails to guard against colored pupils graduating from the Common school entering the High School that is required to be established in each county. One or more High Schools must be established and the Fiscal Court shall pay for them as the judgment of the County Educttional Board directors. Any pupil is eligible to enter who has graduated from the common schools. Where is the negro excluded? That U one reason why we are opposed to the law. Another reason is that the separation or control of negro and white schools is not made clear and as a result we have a negro on our school board in this county. If we had said four years ago that the republicans elected in this county would in less than four years have negtoes on the school boards of the county, they would have replied, "It is the same old cry of Nigge, Nigger, Nigger." So it is, "Nigger" and wherever possible they put the "negro" in. How do you like the results in this county? Don't be backward but shell her out How do you like it? Livingston Banner. Persian Easy Language to Learn. Persian Is said to be not a very diffi R. S. Allison, of Tipton ville, cult language. Tho modern Persian Is Tenn., was a Hickman visitor this very much like the English In Its sensible rejection of the Inflections week. that burden so many of the world's Mrs. Emma Ward has returned to tongues. Walnut Log, after a visit to Mrs. R. H. Kirk. Pharaoh's Mummy. Pharaoh's mummy has beeu discovEverything that's goo.d in Men's ered and unfolded, and the eyes of $4.00 Rice's readers of these pages can rest ou the Shoes S3. 50 and very features on which the eyes of Shoe Store. Miss Homer Green is visiting friends and relatives in Nashville, for a few days. J. W. Morris and Miss Effie Bruer attended court in Fulton last week, returning Sunday night. All subscribers FAIR WARNING. to this paper who owe as much as one year go off our list. Miss Hettie Williams has return ed from a visit to fi lends and rela tives at Bradford, Tenn. Motes ago. looked 3,000 Miss Marietta Faulks, of Dorena, spent Sunday here. Miss Iva Adams is visiting Miss Edna Kelly, at Humbolt. A. S. Barkett has returned from a visit to New York friends. The Courier and the weekly Com mercial-Appeone year for $1.25. al Life. Life la a cocktail, made up for the most part of sweet things, and tinged We mutt with a dash of bitters. drain it to the dregs to get at the cherry, Just as we mutt live a full and rounded life to know all Its pleasures. Detroit Kree Press. rm AWNET (t Blockaded. Kvvry llounehold In Iltckinttn Should Knot now to He I t It 4 Cottage Jt Hotel... i yean and more Quett of the Age. We have lost our power to become satisfied with the essentials of life. Itlch and poor alike, we seek wealth us the greatest promoter to human happiness, tho greatest blesittig obtainable. The Queen. Decline of Nations. If the big icleutlut who ascribes tho downfall uf Greece and Home to malaria turns out to be correct, what In the world will theommenceinent orator of the future have to fall back on? Time Hard to Kill. "Time," observes the Philosopher of Folly, "has more lives than a cat. l'vo killed It more than a million times my. self, and eternity doesn't seem a hit closer." Saying of a cost or THE- Mrs. John Holland and little daughter, of Paducah, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stubos. John S. Dillon and wife and Giles Bond and wife went to Cairo, Thursday on the Liberty, returning Satur- Mrs. Sallie Ruthford, died at Topeka, Kan., Thursday at the age day morning. of 113 years. She was born in SCHOOL SKOES-- Are the little Ky., in 1795, and had nevei folks' shoes in good shape? If not, experienced a week's illness in her we can supply them with whatevar life. necessary, at right prices. Rice's Shoe Store. Business picking up. Nunnaly's Candies are carefully made in one of the largest, lightest and cleanest candy factories in the South and sold exclusively at Helm you wish to have your at the same prescriptions filled Qick & Ellison's in Atlanta, price they are sold for Accurately take ly Mid-dleto- n, 8age. "Enemies Is unsatisfactory. When a friend abuses ye, he meant It; but when a enemy praises ye, ho doesn't mean It." The Eternal Feminine. Tho bent women In tho world aro extravagant In at least two paitlcu-lars- ; dry gooda and preserves, Atchison Globe. Holiness Church. Sunday School every Sunday evening at 2 o'clock, and prayer meeting every Thursday night at 8 o'clock them to and Cowgill's Drug Store where you may get your Drug wants at any hour BAY OR NIGHT Cowgill's Drug store (Incorporated) tMMMMMallR Tickling or dry Coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr. Snoop's Cough Remedy. And it is so thoroughly harmless, that Dr. Snoop tells mothers to use nothing else, even for very young babies. The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub give the curative 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. HICKMAN Hickman Furniture Co, 'trlNCOUPOUATini-'l,. Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Hickman, Kentucky No, JO TfpAM cial-Appe- 9 y07B FOR YOUR FAVORITE IN THE COURIER'S POPULAR LADY CONTEST. S400 PIANO FREE THE HieKMRN COURIER. j, q A BLUE MARK HERE nimria that jour utw ncrlptlon bus explrrtl. Ilenew promptly if you witnt the puper to eornn to you Attar thli moHtli j the Team that bo- - Pulls the Commercial Ulagan up iho Hill of Success, HICKMAN, Tho Courier hao a Spankln' Good Taam. Grease the Rxlsa of Your Wagon, Did Man, and Lot's Hitch lip ..rti ,iAinur. m BO. IS WESTERN KERTDOIT FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1908. WHOLE NO. 24U EBTABLIBRED IH THE TEAR I960 D IS in O C R A TIC Everybody Invited Hon. Jos. M. Huffaker, Commonwealth's Attorney of City of Louisville, one of the State's greatest orators, will speak. Hon. Thos. Drewry, Of Louisville, will be present and deliver an address Big Crowds from all parts of the county are expected to attend. Let every Democrat turn out and hear these able speakers discuss the great political issues now before us. Hon. Jos. Huffaker At Hickman, Ky. NIGHT Sept. 25 Friday NEW1 - Look at Our I - FALL GOODS New Arrivals in Silks, Dress Goods, Mercerized Waistinjrs and Wash Goods. Embroideries and Laces, Novelty Braids, Dress Trimmings, Etc. Cooler weather. Oct. 6th opera house Post Card Albums Helm & Ell son. Attend the speaking tomorrow night. Leave your laundry at Ellison Bros. Court adjourned Wednesday af ternoon. Mrs. I. M. Reid was in Union City Tuesday. Erst Ward and wife are spending the week in May field. Bob Flalt, attorney of Clinton, at tended court here this week. At one place the Ohio river is on ly 26 inches deep, at present Oscor Honeycut, of Akron, Ala. is visiting Carl Schmidt and wife. FOR SALE Jersey cow and 152c young calf. Isaac Shuff. HI .TbioKiP5 i Swell Hats Kodaks Helm & Ellison. Giles Bond and wife left Thursday for Chattanooga. Finis Clark, of Bessie, Tenn., was in Hickman this week. John Meacham spent several day this week at Nashville. W. G. Perry, of Sastafras Ridge attended court here this week. G. P. Cloar, of Hales Point, Tenn. was here this week on business. Bettersworth & Prather have new kind of fruit jar. Ask to see it C. L. Walker and wife and Miss Frankye Reid went to Union City Thursday. Everything that's good in Men' .50 and $4.00-R- ice Shoe Store. Mrs. B. Hughes and little son are visiting Mayiield relatives and at tending the fair. Shoes-SJ- ' The LATEST Novelties in ladies Neckwear, Belting, Ruchings, &c. Our Fall styles show all the refined, good selling qualities in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes for 909-- Mrs. A. O. Ca rut hen has return' ed from a short visit to Union City friends. R. L. Smith has been shaking the hands of the voters in this section this week. Mrs. Murley Roper and little son Melvin, visited Mrs. J. R, Brown this week. W. S. Henderson has a new con crete walk on the north of his lot on Junk street. . Miss Lennie Threlkeld, of Wood land Mills, is the guest of Carl Schmidt and wife. Jno. S. Dillon and wife left for St Sunday, where they are spending the week. Miss Nora Moore has returned to Crutchfield after an extended visit to Mrs. Charles Perry, You will find juit the Hit lo auit here. We are now showing the most comply and prettiest line of hid ever brought to Hickman "ELZEE J! The Democrats are threatening to beat old Joe Cannon on account of his profanity. Won't he cuss if they do. Hollis Kirk went to Columbus Tuesday in the launch Ruth, bring ing back Bishop Woodcocok, of Louisville. Tailored Hals $5 to $10 Pattern $5 Hats rang-i- A cordial invitation is extended to all to inspect our new' stock WANTED 1000 pounds of Pop Col. Jas. Fields, near Fulton, lost coin. Must be sound, firm and free from weevil. Will pay from 2 a tobacco barn by fire this week to 3 Jones Cafe. Loss S250, no insurance. W. M. Shaw and wife, L. H. Ba J. H. Provow has about complet con and wife and Miss Jennie Mat ed the city's new stock pound son, of State Line, are attending the Watch out for your stock running at State Fair at Nashville. 1- -2 l-- Beautifully trimmed, price from to $i5 Street Hats Chito large. SKIFF FOUND- -A good skiff The season's finest productions in was found by me in the river this ladles' boots, patent leathers, brown cloth tops $3.50 to $4.00 Shoe Store. Rice' week. Owner can have same by describing property and paying all costs. Jas. Holcombe. c 15-4t- for Ladies, Misses and ldren, a very large select from, at prices line from This is one of Mr. Bryan's offhand shots: "Mr. Taft has begun to threaten. He says if the Democrats win prosperity will not return. He does not hope to convince you ; he is trying to scare. A year ago he might have threatened you. You cannot fall off the bed when you are already lying on the floor.'' A man living along the Ohio river in Kentucky has entered suit against a manufacturing company for $150 rentals. He claims the company tied rafts of logs to trees on his land. It is the first casu of the kind ever to be brought up in that section. Dr. C. M. Blackford has returned from a visit to relatives and friends .in Louisville. Speaker Cannon said Bryan . was worth 51,000,000. Bryan claimed he (Bryan) was worth only $150,-00- 0 and also showed how he made it. He now calls on Cannon to state how much he is worth and what he has been selling to get it. Cannon has been in public life for about forty years, drawing about $5,000 a year, and is reputed to be worth two or three million dollars. Cannon declined to thow up and says his wash Stoner (colored) convicted statement was only an outburst of of rape, given ten years. He is humor. The speaker will, no doubt Hickman negro, and after his crime be more careful in the future when escaped to Illinois, where he remain he grows funny. ed for a year before being captured. Morris Miles,- - of Union City, was Ed Fowler (colored) charged with here Wednesday on business. creaking into a warehouse in this city, three years. The warehouse Groceries at Moore's. belonged to Mayor Dillon. Henry Utley (colored) convicted of "feloniously appropriating to his own use property in possession of a common carrier for transportation. in otner words he is the negro who broke into an I. C. box car, at Ful ton, and stole a lot of merchandise. Given one year. All sentenced were convicted bv the Fulton Circuit Court at the term just closed. tight between the Independence Learue, Demo Will Don the Stripes. crats and Republicans promisies to Sheriff Seat and Deputy Sheriff be interesting before it is over. Rob Goalder, accompanied by Mack W. J. Harper sold his farm in Roach, left this morning for Eddy Lake county, lasi week, consisting ville, Ky with one white man and of 84 acres, at $60 an acre, and pur three negroes, who will serve sen chased the J. H. Pickett farm of tences in the State penitentiary. 170 just cast of town for $7,300 Robert Ferjruson. who killed One hundred and thirty-seveRobert Watson with an ax at Mad Hickmanites lelt on this morning's na uena, a tew weeks ago, two tram for Union City to attend the years. three-cornere- i he 50c to $3.50 We invite you to call look through our line. and d Mrs. Emma Stephens, Mrs. T. A Prather and Miss Lucile Boodurant are attending Kentucky State Con vention of the Christian church at Hopkinsville, this week. from Maine made the Democratic gains heavier, as the rural districts came in. The Re publican plurality is only 7,200, ; loss ol nearly 20,000 over 1904. BALTZER & DODDS D. G. Co. Incorporated Later returns n The installation of a modern lavatory in your bath room or bed room means more than securing a simple necessity. It bring luxurious comfort and real convenience, promote health and assures sanitary safety. "jStatkAtttf Lavatories provide these desirable feature and excel all other makes in beauty of design. Their cost Placing your is low and our installation charge reasonable. plumbing contracts with us secures you sanitary satisfaction, reasonable prices and expert woik by men who know their business. v COTTON & ADAMS. home East Hickman, this week, to Joe Canlil-lomanager of the Washington Natiooal League Baseball Club, who ill make this his winter home. Mr. Cantillon paid $2500 for 18 acres of ground. He and his wife were here first of the week and were well satis fied with Hickman. The Hickman Concrete Co. is laying a granitoid walk on the south side of the depot, and on a line from Governor's Day. the southeast corner of the depot to Friday, Oct. 2nd, has been de the Buchanan building, This will signated by the West Tennessee enlarge the railroad park about one Fair Association as Governor's Day third, besides be a much needed Im and are making special preparations provement. The Railroad Co. is to entertain the crowd on that day. footing the bill, of course. uov. M. R. Patterson, will deliver an address at the Fair Grounds on Sullivan at Fulton. the afternoon of that day. A revival meeting in North Fulton This gifted orator makes an im which Is conducted by Rev. W. L. pression at every place he speaks. Sullivan has proved a-- wonderful success. Uro. Sullivan Js preaching The New Barber Shop. some strong sermons which are beIf jou unlit nil Biy aLitva. ing received in behalf of the unsavA uuwU u u barUr evor kuvu, (lull on me Into tuU Mxm ed. Rev, Sullivan is a student In la tiie luoruliiK or afternoon. Clinton. College, an eneigetlc young Hut rniurt utckul and full of runt I keep for tbow who auk (or trn.t, preacher with the gift of oratory, -- O.0. 1! ALU Prop. and has gained many everlasting Net door lo V. A M. Hank. friends in Fulton. Futon Leader, Louise, the little daughter of Mr. Rev. Sullivan Is a Hickman boy, and Mrs. Jno. Cotton, fell from a reared just east of this city, and his porch at her home in West Hick many friends will be glad to learn man, Tuesday, and broke her arm that he has such a promising career between the elbow and shoulder. before him, Musical Club The Farmers Gin & Grain Com The Amateur Music Club ha pany's new gin, in this city, is very been reorganized and will meet tbt circus. It probable that an equal number will much elated over the patronage they first Monday iu October. The fdgo this afternoon. are receiving from our cotton plant lowing program hzz been airir.pi ers in their initial effort. From all for the initial meeting t Pink Pain Tablets Dr. Shoop's Popular music of today roll a! slop Headache, womanly pains, any indications, the investment is quotations. pain, anywhere, in 20 minutes sure judicious one, and will insure our Piano selected Lily Hubbard. Formula on the 25c. box. Ask your cotton and corn growers the best of prices in the Hickman market by Vocal two selection- s- Mabtl druggist or doctor about this for reason of competition. Whether or Wilson. mul- a- it's fine. Sold by all dealers. not it may be credited to the net Duet selected Miss Outten aal Wm. Stoker sold his in Wallace-Hagenbec- k n, gin, we do not know, but more cot Mrs. Dillon. ton was received in Hickman last Piano Lucile Bondurant. Saturday than ever before at this Reading Mrs. Millet. season of the year. Vocal Miss Lillian Johnston. Song "Love us and the World u Following a bold up and robbery 6urs" Chorus. at Memphis, Tenn., several days Piano Louise Atwood. ago in which he was severely injured and relieved of all his money. J, B. Notice. Peiry, tie Inspector for the Illinois Central railroad and a well known Parties saving scrap paper for lb' man of family In Fulton, Monday Daughters of the Confederacy night attempted suicide by swallow- please notify Mrs. Randle, Mi ng a full ounce of carbolic acid. Light Faris or Miss Marie BrevirJ The rapid work of Dr. Luten and as they want to make a shipment ai Yates and miraculous circumstances soon as possible. surrounding the taking of the poison tended to alleviate the deadly effects We are agents for the best laun- of the acid and it is now believed ry collars 2c lyce's snoe that Mr. Perry will ultimately reFerdie Berendes went to Paducab, cover. He is at present in a very Monday, lo buy hlsstock of holiday serious condition and in much pain. goous. w r 0 ur customers of yesterday are ur patrons of todav and lilt ewise f tomorrow BECAUSE: we sell i "Educator" Shoes I They like them; so will you Bradley Parham, Hickman, Ky. o Trade Announcement of Bush & Gerts and E. E. Forbes Piano Co. Creates Excitement Tlio The Twe Ktn$. INVITATION While attending the Fair at Union City, Sept. 30, Oct 1st, 2nd and 3rd, you are cordially invited to make our BOOTH in the Ladies Building your head- Among Piano Sel- lers and Buyers. Im-men- quarters. so We will take care of your Packages Throwing on the Markot Just at This Titno tho Stooks of Both of Those Big Concorns, at Suoli Snorifioe Price), Means a Saving of Hundreds of Dollars to Buyors. FREE OF CHARGE LIGONuisriojsr city, TEiSnsr. FURNITURE CO STOiyO 1'HONB OHO -- Vol- ItlCSlOBlNCK 1'IIO.VK 22 BIG SIGNS COVER THE FRONT OF BOTH STORES AND CROWDS READ THE SENSATIONAL ANNOUNCEMENT. Twm a nlfM In tha lone as In tha relfn of KJnf In tha banquet hall whara the courtlara all la a faaat of aoul, la a flow of wit; wtnd-ewr- tion. Snlo Ojiona Today Watoh tho Rush Bush AGorts at 156 rale It not (o 400 Uprights, now 298 ,346 anybody's business or put the 450 Uprights, now hurt 397 fieeie act" Into operation as wai 500 Uprights, now.;. circulated Sunday alter .our HEW GRAND PIANOS. of such sensational ell- $600 simple $800 Grands, now It Is a pure and log pricei. 627 one large 850 Grands, now buimeii transaction where 900 Grands, now . 678 out another with cer buvi 950 Grands, now .727 tain trade considerations that the idling off of the entire NEW INSIDE PLAYER PIANOS. stock of one concern and the clearaPlayable both ways. Every memnce of the stock of the other to ber of the family can play them. far as possible. $650 Player Piano, now $488 The business management of both 647 price cutting 750 Player Pianos, now concerns realised that a 850 Player Pianos, now 736 so auer a long bid to take piace, 950 Player Pianos, now 827 conference ordered nne 01 toe roost scntational disarrangement of prices USED UPRIGHT PIANOS. tier known to any line oCbustncsi in Prices are according to make and the history of the South. condition. $300 Oxford, mahogany, now., f 98 PUBUC BENEFITTED. 300 Frederick, oak, now 117 Why step to figure out the "Us" 350 Frederick, oak, now 176 to long as you are the beneficiary? 400 Houck, mahogany, now.,,.,.197 385 Bush & Gerts, now.... 173 A i nil ii vnn nrf. in. mm nuvr vn I 400 Bush & Gerts, now 197 viu ut amnnir me :irii in ramp anti 650 Chlckerbg, mahogany 382 . t. i i i i 550 Kranlch it Bach, now ...M317 i WUI VU UIIUC. 500 Conover, mahogany, now..297 The obtect of this ds But tha fUaa goes 'round 'UI tha Jeatl crow roarae Aad tha ribald song make their croak. era hoarse. Oaa br one ther drop la thlr drunkei brawl 'Til a allenoe falls e'er tha (tided hall I Of tha courtly host that hare ratheres there Te rejoice and drink and to drown duS oare, , There remalaa but one win hi sniet ' eleart "Ho, ye tnenl" ha orlaa, "(Ire tha kins food cheer!" And he tlfta hie (lue to tha drunkei throne. "Mo I A toaatl A toaatl Majr tba king- Uv IomI" But the lord aleep on aad hi lordahlf - j "Let ua drink alone dleal" 1 orlee, tit tba vanqulahed "Keep the ftaaaes tiled! Tie tha Wnrl command Kill tbem up, I ear" to hla aervant band. Te mr hoatl" ha leer, with a mocklaf head. To the klnc and kingdom," the eourtlei aald. "1 will drink jrou drunk or ril loee ml crown." Brafa the Upiy king ai ha drinka It dawn. "Here'a a (hlc) a health-a-nd (hie) let er tiaf tha dnakea klnr. gtr Mow the rulera rolce K la harah an 4 thick And hla Mda are red aa a rUmtnc wick. Seal Hie aenaea reel 'neath tha derll'i broth Aad hla head droopa low on tha llnea oloth. Crash! Tha crown of Klnc haa fallen off! Orlaa Ua courtier, "Hoi Now behold your kief, O ye drunkard all! I hare won tba crown! I am ' Ab OOHOLr Tt A4 TAKE NOTICE. NEW AND OLD ORGANS. $10, $18. $24, $36, $47 and $67 BMM tha kino re down and the courtier) sleep Buys an organ to suit the most fas the drunken drear of Inferno deep iinopiayers, autopianoi, electric tidious buyer. If you are after c the man ne'er Uvea who at Bacchus-braw- l iinos are included In this sale'. We organs, the Red Tag nun has fixed Oaa defeat the cures of Klnc Alcohol! prices to suit you. Ferguson Murder Trial It or cheap second-han- d Instru- The trial of Robt. F. Ferguson MUSIC TEACHERS htnlnti.1i. charged with the murder of Robt. TUP DPn Tif! Will find it an Ideal market In which Watson, at Madrid Bend, Sunday, n every instrument owned by both to secure their practice pianos. July 19, was called at the Court concerns. ig SCHOOLS. House Tuesday, and occupied TuesNow Is your chance to supply the day and Wednesday, and resulted NEW PIANOS. The Bush & Gerts. Company had music department with a full line of in defendant being sentenced to two pianos. Never has such an oppor- years In the penitentiary. i i it re AitA.i vmivsu wt. ft waive? tu tunity been offered trustees of liferent styles and cases There were no eyewitnesses to the the very schools, colleges, seminaries, etc. tragedy, but the testimony shows tt output of their enormous fac-that Watson and Ferguson were DEALERS. Last week the E. E. Forbes Cora- You who are buying in a small carousing on Saturday night and iny received for their fall trade a way can secure better bargains dur- during the night made a number of ing this enormous sale than you pos. calls. They fell out and in the wett, Stultx it Bauer, Caole-Nel- fight that followed, Ferguson was slbly could otherwise. bested. Witnesses said that Fer uu inaycr pianos. ",ui EAST PAYMENTS. Without reserve the Red Tag will guson then went to a tent and tried Come at once and make your pay to borrow a gun from the three lound on the entire lot. ment later If you are not prepared young men at the tent. This was now.-- , A, little down. TOUR FAVORITE PIANO A Utile now refused and witness testified that and then. The easy payment plan. Ferguson was advised not to go back t be among the list that has fal- where Watson was. Ferguson got victim to the Red Tag. So come They must sell. d ee both an axe, saying he was going to cut tags and figure out for PEOPLE " 'iuuic saving. Should visit our stores during this a club. Upon the renewal of the sale. You can, afford to come 300 trouble Ferguson hit Watson with USED PIANOS. miles. What's railroad fare com- the axe, crushing his skull, from the We have In our enormous stock at pared with the great saving you se- effects of which Watson died the . .1 . . in Ilnna -- .v. auiuc ui me worm oesi cure aside from the securing of the next day. ikes that have become A number of witnesses were in- shopworn instrument of your choice. nows use from having rent- troduced by the defense to show that been If you find it impossible to come . mm. n1 t . i..tu ,u on exenange in or send, write for Big Description Watson was a very dangerous man They Include grands, Pamphlet that gives you prices and when drinking. ua ck : m'l i i nki Attorneys Sam Crossland, of VIWUCB terms. T"6M on and self.playing pianos, If you have friends in the city, May field, and A M. Tyler, of Hickwery Instrument that shows the write or phone them to buy for you. man, were employed to assist Comuse from any cause has monwealth Attorney Hester In the been OUR GUARANTEE. ed In a separate apartment and prosecution. price put on It Every instrument carries our guar that means a sale Attorneys for the defense were : ... t il k K antee of perfect satisfaction. When F. S. Moore and H. F. Remley, of ask to oe shown to you ' apartmen.. remember that for twenty years Hicknvn, and R. B. Flat, of Clinwe have been the leaden in the ton. PRICES oum.v Southern piano trade, a sale like this VfhiIe Prl on paper do not car. with our word that it l the most reCitizens' Meeting. trength and convey the real markable event in history of piano The citizens of Hickman and vici lue savlnn. .... -5 ci you- - must Kraso selling should move you our way. nity are requested to meet at the Qe Wa. Some things happen-Memphi- s, house, Wednesday afternoon Ever' piano, grand or upright. hie own. Twetaflti they coaaa from mear or tkaf eome from far, BJ la sober aUll with the fadlnc atar, from thaa HI now doth ha rule the Uiroae, Dota ha drown anefi'a sane and ratals l TIME AND PLACE. opera at 2 o'clock, Sept. 30, for the pur Sept. 21. NEW Upright ptAtine pose of discussing and organizing a 162 156 S. Main St. In a11 Local home telephone system. 'atcy hardwood cases. speakers will deliver addresses on Open evenings until 10 o'clock. $U6 subject. Come I 5 Uprights, Today N,,Maln St. Begins "..riow I Uprights, now uPHghts, now After the election, with a downcast countenance he goeth back of the barn away out In the field, Hew meas, jfew styles where nodody can see him and there he kicketh himself and teareth his An array of fooftotar that maintains our usual standard'of excellence and hair, and throweth his hat against fills your wants for nobby, stylish the wall, and cal'.eth himself bad and hlghclass shoes just recefVed names, jumps and kicks, and goes on until he wearies himself, offers Bradley & Parham. up a prayer and asks the Lord to forgive him for the many lies he has told during the campaign, and promises never again to run for office. He then goeth back to the house, and as though all things were his'n. kisseth his wife and children Deacon Snow Writes. and He smileth upon all man and wo- begins life anew. Luzellc, Ky. Editors Courier : man kind, and sloppeth over with Deacon Snow. And it came to pass that a great good humor and pleasant jokes. Dorena. multitude assembleth at Madrid He kisseth the children and scatters microbes among the innocent babies Bend to hear the priests of the City Al Faris, ot Hickman, was here of Louisville and their sayings of of the country. Saturday on business. Democracy. And many did come Privately speaking, he cheweth a J. C. O'Brien, of Charleston, was to hear the truth. The wise men talk- - clove when he meeteth a preacher, here Monday on business. eth long and loud. The ward-hee- l and as he converses with him in Missel Myrtle and Pearl King ers from Hickman disguiseth their pious tones, he standeth to the lee- went to Hickman Saturday. motives and pulleth hard for victory. ward and curbeth his breath with a Rev. Stonecipher preached an in strong bite, talks of the fallacy of Henchmen and harmony-preacher- s teresting sermon at Locust Grove from Fulton were there, even as the infant baptism to one; advocates Sunday. gum-sho- e politicians who asketh immersion to another ; and approves Mesdames Reynolds and Polha- high honor in sanctuaries of the close communion to all. mus were shopping in Hickman last First Judicial District. And these He slappeth a man on the back in cometh net alone, for thare were love and friendship, shaketh the Saturday. The rain Sunday evening was ap doctors, lawyers, scribes, bootleg- - band of the pretty woman and begs g:rs and county candidates all the support of both. He goeth preciated by the farmers in this part, filled with the vain glory of earthly home late at night to his weary wife of the country. things, such as feathering of nests and with beery breath he hiketh Mr. Patterson, a civil engineer of with the spoils that followeth the forth without a breakfast, saying, Charleston, has taken T. B. Car- great Democratic victory, Nov. 3. "one of my strong supporters is in rick's place on the levee. Yea, I could say much concerning town and I must ne:ds see him beThe protracted meeting held at the hocus-pocu- s of the two Annaises fore he getteth away." Locust Grove by Rev. Myles and of Fulton county who cometh on He is gone but a short time, but Rev, Ferguson, closed Sunday night this occasion wearing the Democrat long enough to have his leg pulled with one addition to the church. ic robes of purple and fine linen and the dead beat made happy. He and were most careful lest the hem giveth liberally to the church, he And Its True. of that garment should touch the un- contributeth to the man whose house We recently heard a story of the clean things of rural politics, which is burned ; he bestoweth alms, he actual experience of a dealer in Fulbreedeth great corruption in high signeth a note for a. friend ; he send-et- h ton county town. It is as follows : places and thus cast the pearl before a small keg hither and a large A farmer came into the store one the swine. keg thither; he yleldeth up his day and bought a handful of nails. What manner of man is he who with apparent alacrity; he "By the way, John," said the deal sayeth that those who sin six days sitteth in the amen corner at church, er, "how is it that you give me so and remembereth the election time grunts with the brethren and sings little of your trade nowadays? Is to keep it holy, shall not rise again Amazing Grace" as dolefully as If there anything the matter with my from rottenness and corruption, and he were attending a funeral in the goods, or don't we treat you right? receive the blessings of the easily Mississippi swamps. In one neigh- What's the matter anyway?" fooled deciples of county Democ- borhood, he is a Methodist; in 'Well, I'll tell you," replied the racy? Much could be said of their another a Baptist; in another a customer "I like you all right, but, s but I Christian; in another a Catholic; in to tell the truth, I find I can gat and mean to speak of the chosen of another a sinner. in your line so He walketh about everything Israel the candidates of Fulton through the corn and tobacco fields, much cheaper from a 'Mail-Orde- r' county, whom the Lord loveth, even he sitteth on the fence, he talketh House in Chicago." The merchant unto Dave Morgan and Hub Lewis, of the corn, wheat and tobacco, he had been thinking a bit on the who cometh forth like a flower in sitteth on a log in the woods and "Mail-Order- " problem and had the morning, sweet, refreshing and speaks of the wonderful growth of planned out a campaign. And, lo, retlreth at the forests and the richness of the entertaining. "Well, John." he said, "Here's the end of the campaign, tired, land. what I'll do. If you want anything dusty, quiet and buaied. He tells secrets to nearly every- in my line now I'll sell It to you at Even then, the Deacon loveth him body he meets and talks of his op- the same price and under the same House." and can suffer him sympathy, for in ponents and tells the voters of the conditions as the Mail-Ordthe early part of his campaign, his shortcomings of his opponents but 'I'll go you,1' came the reply. friends fill him up with water, hope impresses upon them the importance "I want an axe right now. What's your figure on this one?" and the general atmosphere. Thus of keeping it a secret. "One dollar." early in the campaign he swelleth This goes on from the day he anBut exactly the same thing listed up like a toad, he walketh abroad in nounces himself in the Courier a of the elec- - in my catalogue at 80 cents." the land like he owned the earth, candidate until the close "Kighty cents It is," cheerfully twltteied the merchant; "but there's twenty-fiv- e cents expressage from Chicago, three cents you would spend for a money order and two cents for a postage stamp. Just hand over a dollar-teJohn." John looked sober; but he was under direct charge of a licensThis departmemt game. "Well." he sighed, "that's ed pharmacist of years experience, offers every one on me. Here's your mon," and he walked over to the counter to Care, science, inducement for your prescription pick up his axe. training quality tested drugs, safety checking sys'Hold on 1" said the dealer, as tems, personal supervision all are at your service. he rung up the cash register. "You pay your money now, and call for Bring your prescriptions here and know satisfaction. the axe in a week. "Same price and conditions,' you know." sub-standown-sittinger Particular Prescription Work 20 n, trae. now ... ZZ j66 M"l97 337 E. E. Forbes Piano Co. it. T The Courier and the weekly rcial-Appeal one year for $1,25, Comme- Helm Ellison. Mrs. McMurray, of Jordan neighborhood, is visiting her daugWer, Mrs. W. F, Montgomery rfeSy I The 0, K. Sleam Laundry - T YOU CAN'T AFFORD To wait until nest week to give me Your Laundry Hagan, Miss Julia, North side of East 23ft. of lot 121 and North and East sides tif lot 122. Cowgill, H. N., West side of lots 355 and 332. Randle, Mrs. Maggie, South side of lots 173 and 174. Rice, E. C, North side of lot 184. Fuqua, Jas., South side of lot 172. Johnson, W. C. North side of lot 194. yj- - MM fm JL 1 w L trip v til ara mm BflpriirflR ii F-lt- i" . VT Yeang Lcady in en Gsarity? DO IT NOW and avoid dissatisfaction. It is strictly a white man's laundry. FRANK SMITH. Agent. Warren, Mrs. Geo., North side of lot 193. Baptist Church (B. F. Gabby, Den.) North side of lot 192. Prather, E. B., North side of lot 191. ...Essentials for a Soda Fountain.... 1st. Ptrfecl Cleanliness 2nd. Cold Ice Cold 3rd. Quick and Neat Service 4th. The 'Best Fruits Syrups and Cream these All of are found at Cowgill's Soda Fountain. AAAAAA-aAA- A- tAAAAAAAAAAAAA Wl 5J Council Proceedings Gum, Ash, Oak and Flooring aim Ceiling Let u flgurtfn on jour bill, ! k Continued from last week On motion the foregoing reports were received, ordered spread upon the records, published and filed, On motion the Marshal was re leased from collecting poll tax from Walter Duiett for 1908, he being a Oa motion Jim Ulis was released from tax on Lot 181, same being as sessed to his wife. On motion the Farmers' Gin & Grain Co. was released from tax for a term of five years. On motion the salary of the City Assessor was placed at S75 per annum. Cowgill Rogers and J A. Mc- Clure were nominated for Assessor, and upon a vote being taken, Rogers received four votes and McClure three votes ; Rogers was thereupon declared elected. On motion the Building Commit tee was instructed to have a stock pound or lot ouilt at once, and instructions were given the Marshal and his dep.uty to rigidly enforce the stock law after bept. 15th, The following ordininces were in troduced and read and on motion ordered spread upon the records, published and filed, and lay over un til regular meeting for final action The City Council of the City of Hickman do ordain as follows : That the following property owners are hereby ordtred to build brick, wood or concrete curbs on the side of th: lots set opposite their names respectively, all of said lots being in Old Hickman .is shown upon the map of same : Ellison, W. S. North side of lot . McMuiray Bros., Hickman Oomt) when leuit expected. In your home property Insured 7 It nhotiM be you may be lie it to burn out. Take Out a Small Fire Insurance Policy Now and be Safe ! Iti too late utter the lire. We represent the RKHT coinpnnlPK In the If. 8., mnke n low rule uml prompt lettlementa m any of them. R. T. TYLER, Agt ..T PDA Y... is the time to start to giving your laundry to the Nashville Laundry Co. Guaranteed to please and give high class work. Strictly a White Man's Laundry All work called for and delivered in the city. Your patronage solicited. 187. Faris, Mrs. Florence, North side of lots 189 and 190. H. E, CURLIN, Jifncyat Ellison Urol itorm Notice Taxpayers. Your state and county taxes for the year 1908 are now due, and vou can save extray cost by payingear-ly- . can find either myself or Johnson, at our office at Hickman or City National bank, at Fulton. Respectfully, Jas. T. Seat, Sheriff F. C. You deputy, Goalder Money to Loan. I can make farm loans in Fulton county, Ky., at the rate of S 2 per cent per annum on first class improved farming lands. Not more than half the cash value of a farm will be loaned. Loans made for five years with privilege to borrower of same: paying same after two years in full Mooney, T. S. , We.t side of lot or making any size partial payment 80 (less N. 5ft. ,of same.) desired at intervals of six months Murrell, Mrs. R. S., West tide after the expiration of two years of S. lot 81 and N. Sft of lot SO. 13tf-- c from date of loan, oore, F. S., South side of lots Un177 and 178. 0. Spradlin, ion City, Tenn. Millet, Mrs. J. H South side ot lots 67 and 68. FOR SALE: 87 acres land, one . OKvtr, A. F., North side of lot 81 mile south of Clay ton. Good and West side of North of lot 81 house, barn, shed and other outOutten, Miss Jessie, South side of buildings ; good well and cistern, fine lot 171. 1 mile from school ypung orchard. Methodist Church, F, T. Randle house. Owner is anxious to sell and and Will Helm Trustees, South side SIS an acre will get it. Additional of lots 175 and 176, information on application at this Holcorobe, C A., South side of office. No, 42. lots 169 and 170. 1Atty-at-La2, Dodds, Misses Bettie and Allic. South side of lot Millet, R. E., South side of lot 61. All of the above curbs must be built of good material and at least 4 in. thick. The City Clerk is hereby ordered to serve notice on each of the above mentioned persons noti fying them that unless the curbing herein ordered to be built is begun within 20 days after the service of said notice the City will build said curbs and assess the proportionate cost thereof to each property owner respectively. The City Council of the City of Hickman do ordain as follows : That the following property owners in the City of Hickman are hereby ordered to build concrete sidewalks at least 4 feet wide and curbs on the side of the lots set opposite their names respectively, all of said lots lying and being in Old Hickman as is shown upon the plan or map of 6-- Witting, Mrs. Juo., North side of lot 186. Islcr, R. M.. North side of lot 183 Shaw, Mrs. F. B South side of lot 66. Goalder, R. B., South side of lot -65. Dillon, T. Sr., East side of lot 32 Make up your mind whom you want to t;,t This piano contest will 1. Announcement Kirk, Mrs. R. H., East side of for before coming to the office, as the edit r North 53 ft. of lot 41. be conducted on strictly honest and business princiUnder positively not decide the matter for you. ples with perfect juitlce to all concerned. .Klmbro, A. G. Jr., East side of The results of the voting will be annntr eJ such conditions a Piano Contest is sure to prove a South.45 ft. of lot 41. weekly. Coupons and votes must reach th success. Ward, J. W., South side of lots t not later than Saturday of each week to be c:.- -' 39 and 40 2. Prizes The first prlxe will be a Forbes ed for the following week. Piano, one of the best on the market today, backStahr, Steve, South side of let 38. Powell, Mrs E V. (J. W. Roney Alt coupons and votes arc deposited - the ed by a leading piano house The Forbes Piano ballot box as soon as turned in to office. The ktj Co., of Memphis, with a capital stock of $500,000. Agt.) South side of lot 37. T. F. & S. L. Doddc Co., North to ballot box will remain in the hands c' The Instrument sells for S400.00 Nothing cheap side of lots 119, 120 and West 11 Hickman Bank during contest. about it. ft. of lot 121. An awarding commit ee of three will be ip 3. Candidates Any young lady In Fulton Sanger, Jas , North side of mid county is eligible to a place in the contest. .The pointed to make final count. dle 30 ft. of lot 121. most popular young lady is the one who shall reThe day of cloticg contest will be ami Efinger, Mrs. Geo., East side of ceive the most votes. To her shall be awarded at least 33 day s'ltr advance. lot 123. the beautiful piano. All ot the above concrete walks NewuUierlptloin IIJU per jrnt trMnl lb and curbing must be built of good " " 1W witr. UO Itenewnln " In0wl. material and by a competent and re ruvyear'tutrtcrlptlona flJ" " , Eiekii Courier Contest Voting C::;:: liable person, firm or corporation Each copy of The Hickman Courikr will who will guarantee same for a period contain a coupon good for FIVE votes. ... Hickman, Skit 21. !! of one year. Results of vot5. General Instructions The City Clerk is hereby ordered ing will be published regularly. This Piano Contest Voting Coupon Is good for to serve notice on each of the per Vo employee of this paper is permitted to FIVE 'VOTES and is hereby cast for sons, firms or corporations above work In favor of any contestant. mentioned, notifying them that un Votes once cast cannot be transferred to less the walks and curbing herein to ZMiss another. be built are begun in 20 days from I'll I fiUMi Inll.t 1" bronKht or Inallml to Dili The employees of the paper are not to tell the service of said notice, that the IfbluTWKNTV IIATHolnlKiveilitlelob whom" anyone votes for except in case of alleged I'lacxr ruuutetl. The prlia la a IihihImhu ! r"iitt city will proceed to build said walks error or irregularity. and- - curbs and assess the propor tionate cost thereof to each property owner respectively. Vote For The City Council of the City of Your Favorite One Dollar Hick man do ordain as follows : That the following property owners are herety ordered to build clank sidewalks and curbs on the side of the lots set opposite their All of the above plank walks mutt County Assessor. gtnnoimcfmrnts names respectively, said lots lying be built out of gocd merchantable We are authorized to ai;;.a and being in East Hickman as is lumber at least 2 in. thick and must . ass as candidates for the office At x. shown upon the plan or map of same be at least 3 2 ft. in width. The Judge 1st Judicial District: lienor of Fulton county, sut icct Outten, Miss Jessie, North Bide of curbs must be built of merchantable the action ot the Democrat We are authorized to announce mary, Nov. 3, the following lots 177 and 188 inclusive and West lumber at least 4 in. thick. side of 177. all in Block 5. The City Clerk is hereby ordered as a candidate for the office of Cir CHARLES t. ROE Keys, J. G., West side of lot 193, to serve notice upon each of the above cuit Judge of First Judicial District BEN F. WILSON BIOCK 5. notifying subject to the action of the Demo mentioned property owners Weatherly, J. R., West side of them that unless the curbs and walks cratic primary. Nov. 3 : CIIAS. BEADLES lot 201, Block 5. herein ordered to be built are begun HON. HARRY MOORMAN W1U. J. THUMfSUH Schlenker, C. G., West side of in 20 days from the service of said JOHN V. MCCLKLLAN lot 209. Block 5. notice, that the City will proceed to Commonwealth Attorney: Meriweather, Hrs., West side of build said walks and curbs and as County Judge. We are authorized to announce lot 217, Block 5, sess the proportionate cost thereof Beale, Mrs. V.. West side of lot to each property holder respectively. as candidates for the office of Com We are authorized to 225. Block 5. monwealth Attorney of the 1st Judi as candidates for the o.. e d On motion Council adjourned. Dodds, W. A., North side of lots cial District. Subject to the action County Judge of Fulton i.' it H C. Helm, C. Clerk. 189, 190, 191 and 192, all In B. 5. of the Democratic Primary, Nov. 3 Subject to the action of the Lunsford. L. C. North side of party. Drive Rheumatism out of the JNO. D. WICKLIFPK lots 203 to 210. inc. and North side blood with Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic G. W. WHIPPLE ot West 2 of lot 211, all in B 6. Remedy and see how quickly pain F. D. ATTEBERRT For Sheriffr Bruer, Mrs. J North side of 212 depart. Rub-on- 's never did reach W, A. NAYLOR to 216, inc. and North side of East the real disease. Rheumatism We are authorized to announce isn t It. F. REM LEY 2 of lot 211, all in Block 6. as candidates for the office of in the skin. It's deep down its Following are subject to the Net Lunsford. Miss Alice. North side constitutional. Gettting rid of the Sheriff of Fulton county, subject to ot lots 217 and 218 in Block 6 and pain, is after all,' what counts. That the action of the Democratic pri ember election in 1909: of lots 225 to 228 inc. in Block 7. is why Dr. Snoop s Rheumatic mary, Nov. J, the following: JAMES H. SAUHDER: Wells. Sam. North side of lots Remedy goes by word of mouth 1IERSC11ELL JOHNSON 229 and 230 in B. 7. from one to another. And herein County Attorney: GOALDER JOHNSON Thompson. Toe. North side of lots lies the popularity of this Remedy. Wi are nnlhnrireil (n ariCOUXt DAVE MORGAN 231 and 232 in Block 7. It is winning defenders-cverywheras candidates for the cftse d Nelson. T. H.. North side of lata Tablets or Liquid. Sold by dealers. A. G. KIMDRO County Attorney of Fulton 1 Hi and JJ4 in Block 7. and South L. C. ROBERSON subject to the action of the Deno- 4 side of lot 201 in Block 6. Marriage. Thomas. W. T.. North Kirleof lots The following are subject to the cratic primary, Nov. 3, the piw 235 to 240 inc. in Block 7. ing: Tell us not in idle jingle "marrage November election 1909 : IK ttr DnMVV Newton, T. C. South side of lots is an empty dream," for the girl is CIIAS. NOONON 219 to 224 inc. all in Block 7. s single, and things are dead that ALLISON TYLER Clark. Israel. South side of lots not what they seem. Life is real, T. N. SMITH 213 to 218 inc. in Block 7. Circuit Court Clerk. life is earnest, single blessedness a Boston. Hrs.. fR. L. Grav. ApI. fib; "man thou art, to man re- t.a a AM We are authorized to announce bounty court uierui South side of lots 209 to 212 inc. turneth ' has been spoken of the rib, as a candidate for election to the ir.rOUO M- rall In Block 7. Not enjoyment and not sorrow is our Office of Clerk of the Fulton Circuit uuuiuiiitu . lie mic ...H...I...I in -Clerk , of destined end or way, but to act that Court, subject to the action of the as candidates for office Holiness Church. fSam and O. T. Salmon. Trustees South each tomorrow finds us nearer mar Democratic rriraary Nov. J, 1908 s the County Court ol fuiton v nf the Dta? riage day. Life is long and youth ...Ul.t t it,. side of lot 202, in Block 6. J. w. MORRIS nrlmnru rral. f. ....... J, Nnv. --.1.I the ' Bondurant. T. C. South side of is fleeting, and our hearts though light and gay, still like pleasant Ing: J. L. COLLINS lots 195 to 200 inc. in Block 6. wedding marches drums S. I). LUTEN Grav. R. L.. South side ot lots all the are beatingthe world's broad day. In For Jailer. S. T. ROPER 187 to 194 inc. In Block 6. fields of battle, in the bivouac of life, We are authorized to1 announce be not like dumb driven cattle be a for the office of U..F TAYLOR heroine a wlfel Trust no future as candidates however pleasant : let the dead past Jailer of Fulton County, subject to bury it s dead : act act in the liv the action of th Democratic pri lt'i n nltv when sick one. &r;t N r, poaMraly arnrpolMayoiirlaM, Htm mary, Nov. 3, the following : euuu to tfem a tlnU tola inly yoa thoald ing present, heart within and hope the stomach or stimulate the Hefj ) LeU.iooth, Irritated brat. ahead, Lives of married folkes JOE NOONON fatal tutx. boat u4uU It with a HMI I and Kidneys. That Is all taapafyloc poUoo. KtMraac bow Km thlm remind us we can live our liv.es as ED WRIGHT . 1 I. Baauy come abort. FortaHy 7an Pr. Bnoo well, and departing leave behind us fcft oanitanUy wimd paopkaotlo tela couch a weaic aiomacn, mean Vfll J. D. JONES mUtun of tmertMtani ecnutnlny Optiua, such eaxmples as shall ',tell" such o, Anil II" t. Cfclorotona, m similar petaaM. Ab4 now oiuwuuii uciycB, tiiwajr. lltfi T, P. BAKER wi tat my "riot oa thaUUL examples that another wasting time Is also true of the Heart and w H touui u u raw tkaah IMiti!!." Vary foodllHanatW tor thtaTannaioamotfMti, n Idle sport, a forlorn unmarried Following atf subject to the Nov neys, The weaic nerves arc ,...iii adotbeni bouldlsilMoa harln Dr. 8 hoop's brother shall take heart and court. go vr, oaoopi mu vun. Jin poiw ember election In 1909 ; tob-a- od crying out for help. This espWf Mof Is Um pmtiolin. 1m It bum by Let us then be up and doing with a wteoatbsUUL iniUtt set only ml, but It W. Y. BLAKKMOKK m Mia n w oy tkow uiftl kaow n BMt. a truly r. heart on triumph set : still contiiv- why Dr. Shoop's Restorative arkabUoeaaa Mudy. Til aoohaoo than. ng, still pursuing, and each one a promptly healing Stomach, H" uwcBiariy wno your nanan imm oa navinx r. KjMxw'iOaufhOur. Compare oarWull Ui husband get. w. tbuep PaoUM wMk otfaan and oota th School Superintendent and Kidney ailments. The Re'W lOaraaM. No polasa mark tbanl You or " IwayTU tU lata mU by il mirtln. We are authorized to announce live reaches out for the actuil If you're hungry, go to Perrv & falling as candidates for the office of of these ailments-t- he White's restaurant. Regular meals of Fulton County side nerves." Anyway test tw Superintendent 2tc ; lunches at all hours. cu --cnoois, subject to the action ot the Restorative 48 hours, It won't If its in the grocery line, we can Democratic primary, Nov. J, the to soon as that, but you ' sell it as cheap and as good as any. following: know that help Is comme. So""' "ALL DEALERS" body. Betterswbrth & Prather, fill il :Yote for Your Favorite .RULES FOR CONTEST- s ... nl. 1 HICKMAN COURIER - V. p ar-o- ra 1 L'era-crati- c Cough Caution tboucb-Orar- . li1 Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure MISC DORA SMITH 44)1 UbUtVI! !! A FRONTIER I offer for sale my business on ... Grove neighborhood, and Henry H. Clinton street, consisting of racket n,-- . allow me YELLOW SCOOP .. , inn. .ilie uttt,1.. nrrvirlU - Mangold, of louth of town, werc goods of all kinds, cigars, candies, wfc i i tinware, granlteware, glassware, How Jack Stlce Was Killed ' 7 ,u ,r(V name on the Hit of elec married at the rectory of the Caiho-H- o show cases, gasoline lamps, etc., at Trying to Make) New. Church Sunday afternoon, by a bargain. If you want something t' ers, ior me We hate just everything in Posl Cards you t,n wi'iwut my knowledge or con. Rev. Father Guerin. that will afford a good living, see The Llnvllle Weekly Express bad i could nvish. Everyone of finest grade and gone to press. Illchard Vinton, an Oxme at once. I will sell at a barI Theie two young people enjoy an , ,,, j I claim 10 uc i.iuct..ford graduate, was seeking ft liveligain. We have exceptional finish. John Kirkmdall. trr. regardless ol any party. enviable reputation in their respechood by pumping wisdom into tho 4H .Uy decline to icrve at tive neighborhoods, and theirnumer-ou- s quiet minds of tbe folk In and about t. rt & 5c Each LOCAL VIEW CARDS 2 Alaska Wheat a Fake. tbe Missouri hamlet, but be set hla friends join with the Couiler in ,rli and notify laid parlies to al COMICS Something Tine . Ic Each best energies to the task. Week after wiihlng them all of the joys of the .uuther man for clerk. Someone has been trying to week he Ailed up hit editorial page lk Reipectfully, state of matrimony. string" the farmers of the country. with the product of a mind endowed Get Post Cards Here We hate the 0. Moore. They will reside on the old Man. According to the experts of the to lead mankind, but never a word ot largest assortment at Idlest cost.t See our recognition bad he receivod for It, gold home place, south of town. department of agriculture the ex- save from an occasional exchange that Tvlndow for tc cards. jner acknowledge! receipt . Ti.e ploitation of the "Alaska" stole hli stuff and ran It In as original. , Vinton bad all the yearnings of a Insure your prescriptions by hav- wheat, which Is said to be about arts ti keli to the Fair which it & U,,lon Ci,y ncxl week' ing them dlipenied at Helm & ,, Le h"I i a 's four times the size of ordinary real Journalist to do something to make people talk. Uut there wasn't 2nd will be Governor with perfect Ingredients. American wheat in head, and to anything doing" In Llnvllle;, there j (rom all indication! the To Vinton's dis yield 'under ordinary soil condition" never had been. Emmerson's Floating Palace, one 200 bushels to the acre, is almost as couraged soul It looked as If there a good one. Hickman ,,,r never would be. He remarked this ; si be well represented on ot the largest and best show boats rank a take as the "Cardiff Giant." bitterly to Jack Stlce, bit printer, i( on the river, gave a performance in For the past few months articles who had blown In with the autumn Mrs. Jones Entertains. this city Tuesday night, playing glowingly descriptive of the alleged winds, and stayed because he got three meals a day, a place to sleep w. It increase the need of Humpty-Dumpty- " fa,a On Friday afternoon, from 2:30 to a crowded newly discovered grain, and predictand a few dollars a week for inci, Hi.el Lotion, for the face houte. The Crowd As usual the patrons were ing a consequent revolution in wheat dentals. Stlce had seen all the world to 5 :00, Mrs. Percy Jcnes entertainfcilison. Iwt--.- -! Helm's well pleased with the show. One of industry of the nation, have been ho wanted to, and more, and was coned quite a number of friends at Raf Vinton, be tent to settle the new features, among others, was widely published in magazines and cause Vinton down with all he want fles. Mrs. T. A. Ledford assisted Oct. 6th opera house. him talk let in receiving, and Miss Clois Ledford Prof. Vanoran swallowing a loaded newspapers. ed and never questioned tbo authenKodaks Helm & Ellison. ticity ot hit yarns. And it you were gun barrel two fret down his throat served the guests with punch in the Robt. Goalder was in Fulton last acquainted with the species you Misses Nelle and Shellye Burrow, ever know and discharging It while In his body. dining room as they arrived. The will k.rrj the wont Cough you that their paradise lies in week. two of Tennessee's talented musirooms were artistically decorated in the discovery ot a willing listener. r r.aJ in one uay. e.-ine Jim Somers, of Gibbs, was here cut flowers and ferns, and the dining Miss Kate Witting left yesterday cians will give a recital In this city, "What we want it a fresh news ,M te gives relief. Tuesday. for Union City, to visit her sitter, Tuesday, Oct. 6th, under the aus- story," said the printer. room was darkened and lighted with Helm & Ellison. "Of course," aald Vinton; "but how spent Sunday candles, making a soft and charming Rob Daugherty Mrs. J. Malone. pices otthe M. Y. P. Society. la tho world are we going to get one in Wingo. if nothing ever happens?" effect. There were four tables. A "Make one." Wood Shaw is spending a few small center table, decorated with "I don't like fakes," remarked the long ribbons, and the contents days here. editor, with dignity. "No more do I. Never could abide with a large center Miss Irene Faris is visiting Mrs. covered a pipe drrnra. Nobody but goslings piece was an interesting feature. Roy McKinney, at Paducah. usos 'em when they commence making copy. I mean to get up something Hugh Ed Curlin spent Sunday The ladies drew the ribbons, and received dainty half pound boxes of that's genuine." with homefolks at Woodland. candy as souvenirs. Refreshments The overland stage from Glasgow, Misses Lizzie Stubbs and Maud of Choppuree cream on egg kisses due at Llnvllle at midnight, was about Cusick visited in Fulton last week. and angel food were served in the to cross the Charlton river bridge Lowry Stone spent Sunday in dining room. whn a maiked man stepped from behind some Umbers, and, leveling a Greenfield, Tenn., with his family. On Friday evening. Mrs. Jones gun at the driver, commanded him to We are agents for the best laun entertained another large number of bait. The horsea were stopped. The experience was a new one to the driv drycollars 2c Rice's Shoe store. friends at raffles. There were six er, and he acted at though he wasn't Misses Pearl and Myrtle King, of tables. After the raffles, a contest exactly clear as to what his obliga 'Wise and Otherwise" was a feat tions were in the premises. Pending Dorena, were here Saturday the decision be did nothing. Tbe pasure of much interest and amusement, sengers peered out the windows, and Miss Zora Davie, of the Moscow at which, Mrs. Alex Stone won the asked what waa the matter. It was a moonlight night and the highway- neighborhood, was here shopping prize. Boxes of candy drawn by man and bis gun stood out clear. The the ribbons were given the guests as passengers were ordered to get out Saturday. souvenirs. Cream and cake were and line up on the roadside. A man Mrs. Arthur Arrington, of Mos served. in uniform got out of the opposite cow neighborhood, was here shop door ot the vehicle and went around behind It. He had something in hla ping Saturday. Buy "Square Deal" Fence. hand that sparkled in the moonlight Miss Pearl Williams has returned The highwayman did not see him. Tetleys Tea at Moore's. When The other passengers obeyed lnatruc from a visit to friends and relatives the best tea costs less than a half tlons. The driver also got out of his in Bradford, Tenn. box and stood in the line with hands cent a cup why not have it? Mrs. Ella Murrell has returned uplifted. The robber stepped back a critically, from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Cascade Flour. If you haven't little to inspect the line-uTbe man in tbe uniform leveled hla Charles Scott, at Louisville. tried it yet you haven't had the revolver and fired. The knight ot the best. Call No. 4 C. H. Moore. road turned two startled eyes in that Mrs. Bob Salmon, and little The season's finest productions in direction, whirled around and fell to daughter, Robbie, are spending a the ground. The man in the uniform ladies' boots, patent leathers, brown Dawson Springs. few days at went to the body, revolver in band. cloth tops S3.S0 to S4.00 Rice's "Close call for you, tenderfeet," he FOR SALE CHEAP One Clip Shoe Store. "Lucky I was along." aid. All voiced approval. Tbe highway per Clover Seed Cleaner, in first You will enjoy a meal at Perry & Ellison Bros. man waa not dead, and they put hlai class condition. White's restaurant. Good, clean on top of the stage, none too gently. Mrs. B. Parham and little daugh cooking and seasonable edibles. AlTbe man in uniform and proceeded. was congratulated by everybody, and ter have returned home after a visit so, soft drinks. A fine stood the homage with dignity, aa be Mrs. Bess Hubbard, of Union to Mrs. Eugene Nay lor, at East comes a man above the common run. is City, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. The wounded outlaw was takes to a Prairie. doctor's houso, and a curious crowd Experience has taught us what the T. T. Swayne. She will leave followed In. When the black mask restau Monday for her home in Fort Worth, there public expects at a first-clas- s whs removed from his eyes were cries of astonishment by the rant. We can please you. Perry Tex. townspeople. It was Vinton's printer. & White. "SUPERIOR" Wheat Drills. There would have been talk of a s are working the streets Best made. Sold on easy lynching had not the death bullet done Execrating language tell now and paying u part of the city's Ita work. terms or good discount' for from the lips ot the excited spectators. of "dieting prisoners It was a caso ot the viper warmed In expense cash. NAYLOR MER. CO., the kind man's bosom, they said. Hit This move on the part of Marshal ' ell looks had been mentally noted, Dillon certainly meets the hearty Cayce, Ky. some remarked, but they said they Let At Helm & Ellison's store you had never liked to mention it owing approval of the tax payers. will find all the staples and sundries to respect for Vinton's feelings. the good work go on Mr. Dillon. When Vinton arrived the dying man "Uucle" Jeems Long, of the up- aud many things that you wont find turned to him aad whispered: The biggest and beat atory." "dood per bottom, brings Ihe Courier some outside of our store, but everything "Quod heavens!" exclaimed Vinton, very fine specimens of Fulton county as good as you will find anywhere 'ne of Heating Stoves, Cook "you didn't do that to get a atory?' The stalks measure 16 feet else. Stoves and Range we have A smite flitted over the agoutzed corn. In the circuit court at Fulton, last in height with two ears on each face. ever shown. See them beI didn't think about a soldier belua re stalk. This corn was planted June week, the case of McCture vs. along. Tell him I don't bold it ag'lu fore you buy. was decided in favor of the a month Waa Just going to scare 'em a 20th ; had it been planted him. ilMWIITninT JiMffililW bit and seud 'em back their property earlier, there's little telling how plaiutlif, Mrs. J. H. McClure, who You'll ilnd after papur came out. hieh it might have been. Mr. Long was granted a full divorce, $800 'head' already 'set' have to chango It raising corn over alimony, $100 attorneys fees and all uica didn't think about this. Uettet says he has been The court ) ut Will make 'em talk. Oood by, old 40 years, and has found that every the costs of the case. man; you was good to me. Qlad ts time he did his part, he made a good adjudges a lien upon the Walnut help you." In other words, you got to street residence of the defendant to Vluton stood holding the dead man's crop. it, pay the same. baud. Tbe man In uniform touched hoe as well as pray. I A Communication. ,.r Spillers Mangold. Mln Inez' Splllen, of the Oak Racket Store For Sale. ...Beautiful Post Cards... , -2 fc , C Kill-son- ut HELM ELLISON. Heard Tarpine SEE US FOR Guns, Cartridges, Hunting Coats, Etc. i line to select from prices right and the hunting just opening up. Now is THE TIME to buy. COOK Jail-bird- and HEATING STOVES ! Mo-Clu- OUEENSWARE P and still more coming, Chamber sets, dinner sets, and in fact everything for the home. JW"Our We have him. "It's the queerest thing I ever heard lines are complete, and the prices we are making are just a little Jew than any one else. This is a strong statement, butall we want is a chance show you. ot In all uy life." "WTg oeltcL prove it "What?" asked Ylnton, Instinctively moving away from tbe dying man. "Tbo gun that follow bad wasn't loaded. Bay, what sort of guff was Us banding out to you?" 'He said be would forgtvo you,' suid Vtuton, as he folded the chllllui bands, pulled the sheet over the dead face and turned away. Newspaper dost. Don't pay an agent 50c for the when Weekly Commercial-Appea- l, get the Hickman Courier you can and Commercial both a year for S1.25. The Fit And Style They All Talk About INCORPORATED Bradleij Parham 'Ben SYNOPSIS. r COPy RIGHT MCuTCHEQiv 1906 BY DOOD ME AO i h COMfAfiY - illustrations mrmwn Cruz. In Havana, QlISIO Oorarit f'hnmliers. son of n wcnUtiv Im nnil a stinlent nl nn cst-rni wns n membership In the r nf the ret iirKunlm-linn'lulf founded (lemlnl. n j seiUrnves. Tlii", liy Itoltn-society wai otcIiisc. only seven belnir niimilleil. The members were known nn Persons. A meeting wAs held nml cm-nwnrtleil fhn 'Vitll nf iles- menilier tltj.v." which nnmiinleil In nn ssslRntncnt to test IiIh tnotnl. Olinnler was tnlil to Iom a period ns n snllor nnd not In North Atncrlrn for n year. Then he wns illrcctcil to go Ii Mcxli a for fnrthrr Instructions which wero In assign him In another year's exile, during which time lie imil make his own living unnssision. nnd keep everything n secret. Ho K.iln,il li'ii father's consent, lie also ncunlntcil Jfarsvlla llavlnu, Ms father's choice for Ms wife, with the fart that he would he nwnv two years She let! him nnnrllv. Jerry obtained n berth ns supcrciirKO on nn oicnn freighter tmunil for i rnnia. South America, lanced ultli Rims for enemies of that government. Chambers was captured nnd thrown Intn n Marina Ilostos, adopted daughter r (.en. tiostos. tninistercu to nis wounns. made n stron Impression on the other. Jerry was sentenced to die. t pon promise of Marina's Inve, Cnpt. Pllaro freeil Chambers. All three united with flen. Ilnrndo'a rebels, Chambers belnK made a caplnln. t'apt. I'llaro died of fever. Marlnn nccompnnled his body to neieai-elburial., in. a ncrce name naracio attemptHoirtos. Jerry frustrnteil an to twsapslnate Oen. Jlaradn. Marina's funeral party was attacked and she was reported mlsslnc 1'andaro. capital of I'ranla. was captured and a confederacy Uarcedola wns n speclnl stop," said established. Chambers was made much of. Hv that time Marina was Riven up the captain of tho Pardaclnla. (Uarce as dead. Jerry wa Riven a bl reception hv the t'rnnlan public nnd awarded the dola was a small port on the Uranlan Ilo then sailed for Cross of Honor. Havana In order to report to Mexico coast nbout 350 miles from Pandaro.) It Isn't usual for the Pardaclnla to City for further Instructions. Cart Cham-lier- s wns llonlied aboard the steamer. He carry passengers. It is?" asked the met Senor I.opez. a wealthy I'ranlan, and his daughter. The ship encountered n captain of the Pranzos, noticing that terrible storm while Jerry was belnK among the boxes wero threo or four feted. The steamer waa dashed on the rocks, nearly nil on board drowning. trunks. Jerry saved himself and Senorlta Ixper, "It is the first time in many months by clinging to a mast. The Klrl's s trance actions caused him to express the be- that we have had n passenger on she waa demented. lief that board. The trunks belong to a party of four two men and two women CHAPTER XVI Continued. Scnortta Mercedes, who was watched who have not shown themselves since all the time, and who hail been sleep- they got on nt narcodola. Little too ing with the unconcern ot an Infant, much weather, I guess. The men nnd talked very little when awake. Her one of the women say they aro public mind seemed to bo away from the officers and that the other woman Is Pranzos and everybody on It. Jerry mentally unsound. They aro taking offered her food, but she paid no at her to Havana for treatment." Jerry Chambers did a great deal of tention to him and ate practically boat. The nothing. Onco In a while she was figuring on tho overheard to mumble to herself, and wreck of tho Pranzos had cost him occasionally to smile as though several days, and his heart was filled with fear that ho would not reach Haamused. "Her father permitted her to have vana In time to catch tho necessary hv own way much of the time," said boat to Vera Cruz. His apprehension the captain to Jerry, as they stood be- was all the moro Increased when he hind the girl. "She was a belle In was Informed that tho Pardaclnla Pandaro, and her frequent visits to would put In four times before reachMadrid were marked by social tri- ing the Cuban metropolis, and that the umphs. It Is said that she once tried stays In some ports necessarily would to kill herself because she could not run Into days. Jerry had felt himself lucky from have every dance with a young officer of the Spanish army. People gener- the very start, but now he believed ally considered her eccentric and most that luck was turning against him, unusual, but I don't think they be- and that It would not be within his Callo Collsco at lieved her to bo Insane. Senor Lopez destiny to reach The captain of Tiad no notion of placing her In any the appointed noon. th vessel had told him that In all asylum for the violently demented." In the middle of the third night on probability the stop at one of tho ports the rock a joyous sound came from would bo so long that Havana would the signal station to the bravo little not bo reached earlier than Juno 15. party on the wreckage. Jerry Cham- Allowing four days to reach tho Mexibers shouted down that a vessel was can port from Havana, and banking discerned to the northward, far out at entirely on a vessel departing on the sea. All but three or four of the men, day ho arrived, ho could not flguro almost delirious with hope, scrambled how ho could act according to "contract." tip the rock. The captain of the Pranzos, In tell"She Is moving away!" cried one ing of the wreck of his ship, lauded man. "She does not see us!" "More wood, more wood!" screamed tho heroism of Jerry, referring to him the captain. "She must see us or we as the bravest man ho had ever seen In all his eventful life on tho water. are lost!" Now that Senor Lopez was dead, he All the inflammable material that felt It incumbent on him to seo thnt could be carried up the rock soon was Senorlta Mercedes should bo takon to blazing. Hut still the vessel at sea some sanitarium. kept moving away. "Capt. Chambers." he s.'ild ono after"Fire the whole wreckage!." cried noon, "I wonder If you will help mo Jerry. "It's our only chance In the to And a suitable placa for Senorlta world!" Lopez? I hardly know how to go It was a matter of but a short time about such a matter alone." beforo the heavy Umbers of the "It all depends, captain," said Jerry. craft began to blazo. So dense "It is necessary for rao to bo In tho became the smoko that the survivors City of Mexico by noon of the 19th. wero forced to pick their hazardous If there Is sparo tlmo I shall bo glad way to the other sldo. of the rock. Jer- to assist you, and if I find It lmposslblo ry and the captain succeeded In carry- to make tho desired connection I shall ing Senorlta Mercedes to a place be at your service Just tho same." where the breathing was bearable, but Tho Pardaclnla drew up at her pier three men who followed them were In Havana lato In the afternoon of the suffocated and fell to death In the Hth. Jerry fairly flew to tho offices sea below. Jerry, almost overcome of tho Havana-VcrCruz Steamship by the smoke, managed to reach a line, knowing that ho would havo a place whero ho could, at Intervals of n chanro to reach tho City of Mexico few minutes, watch the vessel at sea. on tlmo If ho could get out ot Havana "She doesn't see us!" cried he, his that day. hope almost expiring. "She Is going "Our next sailing Is to morrow afteraway from us!" noon," said tho agent, was now that the flames weru It "Ily taking that how soon can highest. Tbo wind had shifted so I get to tho City of boat Mexico?" feverishbethat the only point of observation ly queried Jerry. came untonablo. The vast clouds of "Allowing that tho train out of Vera smoke rolled against tho rock nnd Cruz Is on tlmo, you can got thoro a drove tho survivors far down tho other Httlo after noon on the 20th." bldo. Five other men either wero suf"It won't do! It won't do!" nnd focated or lost In their efforts to pick Jerry dashed from tho office, tho agent their way. sturlng nfter him In blank amazement. Jerry managed to get In tho northJerry hastened back to the Paracin-ia- , ernmost end of the rock, from where wliuie ho told tho captain of tho ho could catch an occasional gllnipsa Pranzos that ho would assist In In of tho vessel at sea. Ho kept his po- finding n suitable place, for Senorlta sition only a few minutes, but In that Mercedes. Within an hour a cnrrlngo precious porlod ho saw u rocket shoot wns obtained, and tho captain, Jerry, Into the sky from tho fading object far and Senorlta Mercedes started for ono to the eastward. Another rocket and of tho prlvato sanitariums. still another woro sent up, but Jerry Jorry's utter despondency wns easily saw only tho first. noticed by tho captain. "They see us! They seo us!" ho "I am sorry you will not bo able to cried In hysterical ecstasy, as ho pro- catch a boat to got you to Mexico In ceeded to pick his way buck to tho tlmo," said ho. "Now, If you were horror-strickegroup. only a prince or u Croesus you might "Thank God!" went up from every get there all right, for a steam yarht strongest men col- has been chartered to make tho run throat. Two of tho lapsed, but Senurlta Mercedes, tho A party of four who canio frailest of nil, was unmoved. Hur up on tho Pardaclnla urn going over .chin resting lu hur hands, sho sat us to Vera Cruz on tho boat. Thoy charalio had sat for hours, staring to the' tered It whilo 1 was at tho oltlco of tho westward. company a short tlmo ago. To Judge It was not until flvo hours had from their cou.versa.Uou, they made lftpkcl Umt the roscuur could send up their minds iu short order to go to lec. s ilnn-Hn- her boats close enough to the "silent sentinels" tho rocks which stood as monuments to scores to take oft the nlnioat starved nnd exhausted sur vivors. It wns not until they were on board tho vessel thnt tho tremen doits strain to which they had been subjected showed Its effects, livery body rollnpsed, nnd It was with great difficulty that the ship physician saved the lives of several. After four days Jerry was able to be on his feet, lint his condition scarce' ly warranted his being out of bed. Senorlta Mercedes was In a semi comatose state for more than n week, and at one tlmo tho physlclnu aban doned hope of saving her. Tho rescuer was the Pnrdaclnln, a freighter of the larger type, having put out of Itagsll, n Pardaclnlnn ort about I00 miles south of Pamlnro, two days beforo tho Pranzos departed from the I ranian capital. Sho was In a small port 100 miles from tho "silent sen tinels" when tho great storm camo tin. You carry boxes from Uarcedola. I see," said tho captain of the Pranzos. "Uarcedola Is not a port of yours, Ik it?" They had Intended stop where they' were to a young woman In nnnsylnm nf sort. Now, nn I said, If you only n prince or a " "Whero does that boat start from, captain?" cried Jerry, his brain In a whirl and his eyes flashing with a desperate hope. "Just n few piers from where tho Pnrdncliila lies. Hut you 'don't ex pect " "Iet me out of this rig, captain'" shouted Jerry. "I'm going to iryl You enn take care of the girl!" "Hut. Capt. Chambers" Tho next moment Jerry had thrown tho door open nnd was sprawling on the ground. Without trying to get the dust off his clothes, ho started on a run back towards the pier of the Vera ping place some wero was to depart nt ten o'clock, and that sho would mako the run to Vera Cruz In threo days tlmo enough for him to get to tho City of Mexico! Ho explained to tho captain of tho yacht that ho would bo willing to pay all the money ha possessed If he wero permitted to go on tho boat. 'There will bo but four passengers on this boat tonight, growled tho officer. "There are explicit ordurs that no ono else shnll take passage on her." officer so much thnt ho ordered him away. He wns crestfallen as he slowly went nway from tho pier, nnd his hope of reaching tho City of Mexico was almost dead. He had his money exchanged and went Into a .restaurant, whore he ate a meager meal, but whero be remained until after nine o'clock. While he hnd no hopo of ever succeeding fn filling his "contract," ho wandered back to the pier, arriving there about 20 mln tiles beforo sailing time. Thoro were men on the deck and men nt the gang plank. Tho thought of stealing his way on board perished almost as soon ns It was born, nnd ho was hopelessly He learned that tho steam yacht Jerry's persistent appeal angered tho you aro willing to wait until ono nf my men goes nnd returns. I can't spare a slnglo man of tho crew below the limit ntrendy." "Well, then, let him stay," said one of the strangers, hurling a hard look nt Jerry. "Wo don't want to loso an oxtrn mlnttlo. Tho start has been late enough ns It Is." With this on his lips he nnd the other disappeared Into the cabin. Jerry wns heaving n sigh that car rlcd unspeakable relief with It when the captain grabbed him by the nrin and hustled him downstAlrs. "How much money haro yon?" he snapped. "About $fiO Mox.," wns tho nnswer. "I had hoped to work my way over, so that I could care for my brother with the money. It's simply n case of tough luck, str, that's nil.' "Well, you may keep your money for saving tho valise, but you'll have to earn every Inch of your way." Tho captain took Jerry to tho engine room, where he turned him oyer to a kindly-faced- , mlddlo-ageengineer. "Keep hlra hero below," ordered the captain. "Keep him busy utl the time.' After tho officer had returned to the deck the engineer lighted his pipe, sat down on n stool, and carefully looked tho young fellow over. "Wants you to hustle, eh?" ho Anally said, In KnglUh. They wero the first words In Kngllsh thnt Jerry bad, heard slnco ho last talked with rlnn, whoso knowledge of tho tongue was almost as thorough as that nf Spanish. "There's a heap o' work down here. How'd you get on, anyway?" Jerry told about tho plungo into the wnter, following with tho "dying-broter story. His apparent sadness when ho referred to "poor Alexander" tho engineer's heart nnd touched sympathy. "Hut how comes it you speak Kngllsh so well?" queried tho engineer. "I'm from New York, but I've been globe-trottin- brought forth an expression of sincere One of the Men Drggtd Him to the Deck. slow-goin- g miserable. Fifteen minutes later two men. clad In the height of southern fashion, went aboard tho boat, returning to the pier a mlnuto or so later. Kach carried a valise to tho pier, and tho taller of them went on board without his. which ho had placed within six feet, of Jerry. Hoth of the strangers went 'into tho offlco of tho company, returning to the boat accompanied by two women. Hoth of the women wero velledi.but undor uiu Kiruus arc ugni tneir features could bo 'distinguished. As they passed on towards tho .Jerry glanced up. Ills heart almost ceased beating ns he recognized tho features ot tho ono nearest him; his flesh seemed to .freeze. It was Marina gang-plan- Uostos! Unable to movo for a moment, he stared after her until sho was lost In tho vessel. Tho gang-planwas Immediately hauled In and tho yacht be gan to slip away from tho plies. "My valise! ' cried tho man who had left it near Jerry. Jerry's opportunity had come! "I'll bring it!" ho cried, and the next moment ho was springing through tho air towards the opening In the rail Tho grip reached the floor of tho boat, but Jerry dropped Into tho water. Ono of tho crew hooked him out "and dragged him to tho deck. It was too lato for Jerry to Jump back to' tho plerl CHAPTER XVII. Michael Aloyslus O'Connor. Tho gruff captain camo out of tho cabin and uttered a string of oaths when he beheld the dripping, gasping Jerry standing beforo him. "You you! Didn't I tell you thnt yott couldn't rldo on this boat?" lib thundored, advancing with set teeth, and clenched hands. "I hauled him out of tho water after ho saved tho man's valise," volun teered the Juckio who had used the hook. "Couldn't you have thrown tho ValUt on without trying to follow it?" roared the officer, now thoroughly Infuriated, "I couldn't let go of it In tlmo," ex claimed Jerry. "Can't you seo I'm d a nearly drowned!' Tho loud talking- attracted to the deck tho man who hnd left tho valise on tho pier. "Who Is he? Whero Is ho going' How did ho get on?" ho nngrlly snapped, closoly scrutinizing tho well-soake- Jerry, n him before. Ho said ho hail somo money." "Why do you want to go to Vera Crux?" asked tho frowning stranger, a tall, ycllow ikliined, smooth faced man wearing a silk hat "My brother 1b Is dying thoro," Hod Jurry, arfuctlnt" a touch of sadness; "and I didn't want to loso any tlmo in gutting to him. I think tho soaking I got is worth tho trip, but I am will-!U) Klvt? up what JJttlo money I "Ho full Into tho water trying to get your forgotten valise on," said tho captain. "To-daho begged ino to taku him to Vcrn Cruz. I never saw possess." Without nnother word tho slrangor wont Into Uiu cabin, returning utmost Immediately with lils.malo companion "Can't wo send him hack to the plur?"uo asked. "Yes," answered tuo captalu, "If response. "I kind o' noticed when you come In that you didn't havo the yellow skin. From Now York, ch? Well. I'm glad to seo you, anyway, and I hate to see you htimpln' in this dlr-rthole. Still, orders Is orders, y know. I wish you was rldln' above, where thero's plenty o' chairs. Only four passengers on After three or four puffs nt his pipe ho added, with longing In his tones: Just a shado of "I'd give annythtng to bo back in God's own waters onco more, I would." wllh n scowl on his face. "Great wntcrs, those. You're from "Thoro are some txuoa on the der.k to be carried into tlio cabin," said tho States?" 'That I am, lad; and I'm klckln' he. "I want tho young man to carry myss'f that I ever drifted away from them down. Co mo on, young man." thlm. Do you know," ho went on, Tho noxt moment Jerry was followcasting "1'vo halt a no- ing tho officer to the deck. A tanglo tion to lenvo this boat at Vera Crux ot thoughts flashed through his mind and pick, my way back to tho States? and his excitement ran high. Would Tbls captain Is a ho avo Marina Ilostos? Would she "Ho does 8eom to have a rather recognize him if sho saw him? Should mean disposition. Foshlonablo peo- ho recognize her? As soon ns he ple on board reached tho deck ho sent a sweeping "One o' the 'petticoats' Is n llttlo glauco about him, but saw only sailbeauty, sho Is. llor skin don't seem ors. to bo yellow llko tho others. Tho The boxes, six or seven of them, captain says, sho's 'off,'" tapplog his wero near tho rail about mlddeck. Tho portholes of tbo staterooms were forehead. "Taking her to Vera Cruz for treat Just a few Inches above the deck level, meet?" and as Jerry passed on to tho boxes he "I don't think they Intlnd stopping cast glances Into thu two or threo there, Judgln' from tho anxiety showed lighted rooms. In ono of the rooms he by the mln about kotchln' a train for saw the two strnngo men sitting nt n tnble, their heads closn together, and somewhere 'r other." "Whero aro they going from Vern In nnothcr ho saw the strango woman Cruz?" and tho manner In which Jerry who had accompanied Marina to thu put the question caused tho other to boat. Hut there wns no sign of the lift his brow In mild surprise, "llttlo saint of I'rnnla." Jerry con"I don't know." cluded thnt sho was sleeping In ono "Tho City of Mexico?" of tho darkened rooms. "Say," smiled tho engineer, keenly, Tho keen-eyocaptain watched him looking at Jerry for a moment, "what carry down four of tho boxes, and do you want to know for?" , then went Into the cabin. As Jerry was "Ob, merely curious, that's al(. I going after the last box ho saw a onco had a cousin who was a little light In the room adjoining tho strnngo weak abovo tho eyes," woman's. Pretending that tho box Tho engineer answered n signal was heavy and cumbersome, ho rested from nbovn and put on moro steam opposite tho porthole of that room. "What's your uamo?" ha asked, as Kiicollng nt a chair nnd with eyes nnd ho Ipoked at tbo gauge hands uplifted was Marina Ilostos "Tom Flannery." Jerry seemed riveted to tho spot, nnd ' VA 'shamrock-;- ' ch It was not until ho heard footfalls be"There's a trace or no of tho Irish hind him thnt ho tho hot In me, I guess,, I was born In New and moved on. After completing his ,,,, York, though. work ho went bnck to llio engine room, 'I was born In Athlono, but hit Now and, trying to be ns coiniiosed as pos'ork 28 yeurs ago, whin I was goln' sible, ho tho engineer In on. twilvo. conversation. "Why, you're still In your,'' prime, "I guess you'd best bo doln' some-thinthen. Tommy," said Mike, "for tlio guess an Athlono man can captain's llablo to drift along "Oh, I aniiy .feel u kick or two lift at my ago. You mlnuto now. He'll soon bo goln to couldn't gulss what my name Js." his bunk, nnd thin you citn have a let"Fluhorty Fngnn Ilellly " up. I'll bn on duty until eight lu tho "Choock In a 'O' uforo." morijln', whin a (Jubynn 'II rulluvo me. "O'Hoollgan?" Polish tho brass riillln'. I'll give you "O'Connor Michael Aloyslus O'Con-nor- . tho wor-rwhin to stop," Sounds Dootch, don't It?" Tho night, mellow In tho moonlight, "A llttlo prutzely, yos, Well, Mr. wns very warm, nnd a doorway nt tlio O'Connor" n end ot tho room hud becu opened to ",Mlko Mlko; nlvcr a 'mltthor' ndtnlt nlr. A ludder led to It. Jerry aforo iny name, '(lorry, It's lolko polished tho brnss rail for half an to henr your volc and thu hour, when ho scaled tho bidder to o' God's own peoplo!" get it breath of nlr. As ho stood "Have you been on tho water long. with his heud fresh ot tlio bntchwuy out Mlko?" ho thought us "Ivver slnco I was 13. I'vo roved thought. When ho never before, hnd tho plcturo of tho "llttho wor rld over: I'vo been to Tur. tlo 'key, I'vo been to Dover. I nlvver backsaint of Urania" n prayer camo to his tired brain ho almost forwanted to keep still." got whero ho wns. Wo watched tho "1)6 you still feel that old'snlrit of twinkling sky ubovo nnd wondered Venturing about?" how ho could savo Mm woman who " "That I do. lad; and that's ono rea- had saved his life. That ho wus helpson why" 1 want to get back to thu less on tho vessel ho knew well, nnd Stuteg, where I cau get, un oceaa run. ho also felt that his every movemeut y sluvo-drlver', d hlv-ve-- running, walking and swimming for about a year," was the This nintter o' sallln between Jlnvann and Vera Crux Is for a child not for me." "I wish you could have been with me tho last yinr. I've been about ovpry-wherand Its suburb, I haven't biven quiet three-quartof a minute. Hut. Mlko, you can't Imagine bow good I feel this very minute talking for the first tlmo In months to n son ot Uncle Samuel, It does my soul good." 'Tbo samo here. Tommy, my lad, tho samo hero." "It you should Iene tnn boat at Vera Crux, where would you go?" "I'd trim my rig and set sail for" Footfalls on thu ladder cut tha sentence short. Tho captain camo up some place, you know "Come. come. Feline nnn morn bottle, nnd II' In tu dentil! dclUernnco that seen when ono of tho i a S around and looked In his "Hut why go there a i asked. "It la almnlr an matter of tyjng oursctr 3 i, mountains, whero there M no diversion. I am In 'j " l l mnlnlnc In Vera Cms. V u" rtd of this business there Then wo can devote atl Hon to tho other and tas.r i .' about It. without having " forever around demand'",.: a'tnsl "Andre, something has ' i w- "Thoro. thero It twi bcjJb FAl 1 always that 'something till haunts you, Pray, tell should fear In this wl'V a two!n 118 and them'" "I simply cannot get that's all. Things bae! nW Kvnrv skv hni a storm t f"l aa Doing wnirlietl. it m nrl to him that th slrancers iH with all possible caution nistJ llovrd that ho would not t n:l to land until they had f,i in! xrl safely away. "I must her." ht y uXj rd blood rushing to his hca't her life for me, and I II ruk clal hers. Fit fight them all if t Hni Ho was half way ''"kl when ho henrd a low cnnu i'iocl stopped nnd listened as in1 : could, but got no drill ? Whllo lie could not undrvu4 was being talked about '!.e Meil dlcnted argument He car ui.' up to tho top of tho lad'V" peeped over the deck Sta- ' t,tK rail, with their backs ' r4i! wero tho two strange eagrness to hear he lifted. 1UM nai It was but little W di . i - iu m-- 'H .'! vl ! s. 1 deck. rrM With this nn his Hps And by tho ami and led 1 l .nrill,l ' '"'.'' Tlfl It 'i Tho meaning of what board nf cniirsiv only mlsed, and his efforts satisfactory conclusion brain so severely Hint his senses. Ho soon 'c-v( I lurdw 1 "H oi' tot ' Ml Mi PI Mlko nnd asked for a i! "I wns Just goln' to tho captain had gone ' ' Now said O'Connor up ns long ns you I' hunt your own bunk Jerry remained wj!' ' for nn hour longer and ' out on tho floor near Ho lay tlur ladder. hour, nnd then, pron : ' till est I recklessness .than by ho cautiously soiled crawled out on thu d ' ct Ui! Mull AH himself that lio hud i"1' ' t silently picked his wir MB I porthole of Mnrlnn's dark. Ha brought Ills fJr opening, but heard not a ho stolo back to tlio t u ' HI again lay down on tb till fin ti n at v r at t li fin t nf tin """V .ri,m hllllV I i K llwv ninrll for Ills l" ho soon wos nsleep, ITO UK I'ONTIV 1 ..I.I Mill IS85. XI. II, I, .1,1 nl tjllttllfc M. 0110 I - I i: "Is UOfUIIIS V. . "I ...!.!. ,ll ... , nun. it is a position i.i.l. . . ... runmau wqum lor u wvwvu I. ,,.,111. IIUUHUi ...!.. ... ,VI ,vr,,!ll lit ' '"K I I; I 1 ... f.v It Came Off. The fair bather was In the Rreatest In the danger when tho heroic rescuer selted CHUM FROM ARM OF 8ame Way. hor by tho hair. It camo off. l'uffs and colls nnd wnves and rati It Mm. Tlios. Dunn, lf,3 Vino e HEnDERT DAVI8 PROBSt.. strewed tho shuddering sen. Columbus, Ohio, says; 'FV,r moro a moment the rescuer was SAVCO DY QUICK AC .. thnn t.m yenra I waa dazed. HI9 FRItNU T,ON OF In misery with backThen ho grasped tho tiny knob of ache. Tho, simplest real hair that remained an tho lady's Hubert Davis. hkpiI H, houscwqrk completely head and ilrow her Into shallow water. , !'i nili n'll UCaiinK ammo exhnusted mo. I bad by Did sho thank him for savins her 'I snake wan saved no strnnclh nr nn.lil. llfoT .. r iVnnrl Kvnns. ' oJ tlon, was nervous and Bho didn't. Cleveland Plain Dcalor. lit n bullet tbroiiRh tbd siiiieroii neniiacnonnd Jmt in nm to u r!l9V t.tla Hi.. tl.n How's Tills? XTt oiTrt On .. unnkn was theso rears nf n.iln i nn ,in.ni.i Tti HuiHlml IMUri HfwtM fof nr lUUHl of ovor bolng cured when Donn'a Kid- nm i.l ('lth Utl einnot tm cuml br MUlf llm nrm Of tllO Davis tn ney IMHs camo to my notice and their uurtk Curt. V. J. Clin.Mr.Y A (X., ToImIo, O. pnspM It under (ho , tiio bronchi quick relief nnd n perma- W .Hi lh tindtnlfDM.Mi4 rur known V. 1, Clirfwr Uut II mra, liilntt Mra tltlr ii una n dill. In all bvlnrm lrnrtlrm euro, 1 iul AnalKltUf I, iiio urn of Dr nent by all nm very Rrnteful." i kliK ta wry rat nf oMmtkioa rnul tr hM arm. Hold dealers. CO cents a box. Mmtix, Wuia. nKikw linwt lull. ToMa. O. : Herbert I)n?lii ti tlio holrulu Co., Huffalo, N. Y. lUlllCatirih Oira H Ukra Inlrrnallr. arilnc vir.tr t tlio swlintiitrm (llrrrtlf uprm lh tmnj and nuraw urtur ol IK Tlio boys li Main street rtifm. 1r.(lmoouu ami lrr. I ctnu per IN THE OLD MILITIA DAYS. n.ii. ij an uruarMia. - and snend much tlmo sTau ll i t'amU; run M tudtlpatloo. SHOOTS RATTLER TEN YEARS OF DACKACHE. Thousands of Women 8uffer !ir TheFirstStep TWICE AS MANY GOOD REASONS AS K YOU EXPECTED Moro nroof tlmt Lydla 12. N I'KotnliloCuni pound saves woman from surgical operations. Mrs. S. A. Williams, of Gardiner, Maine, writes: Plnlc-tinm'- . I bl nustcr-Mllbur- n when tho baby first came why you should watch the "littlo ailments." Little things grow to biff things in the baby's life. All baby ailments, littlo and big, can bo averted by keeping it in PERFECT HEALTH WITH I Bought Crusoe's Firelock, Hulda II. White of Phlladolphla has purchased tho firelock used by Al-- , exnnuer hoikitk, ueroo a. original hod. Inson Crusoo on tha Island of Juan Fernandez, at n snlo In Kdlnburgh. The relic has no authentic pedigree, and for a long tlmo was In the pos session of Kclktrk's relatives In Fife . I .. . 1. r. . . i fino ,kii.u ,iuiu iuii aiiirt?. oijiiaiui. gun was I ICO. the A- ! "Captain, you will appear on the parado Rround with your company at ten o'clock for Inspection." "Borry, colonel, but you'll have to postpono It till tomorrow) 1 prom lsed my wife that sbu could uo tho cannon for a churn!" ' Mix- - ?Y EYESIGHT WAS IN DANGER From Terrible Eczema Baby's Hesel a Mais of Itching Rash and Sores Disease Cured by Cutlcura. The Entire Family. Orand Pop used It for Ilheumatlsm. FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. Dad for Cuts, Sprains nnd Ilrulses. For thirty years Lydia E. rink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound, mado Mammy for Hums, Scalds and Aches. Bis for Catarrh and Chilblains. Iusalt from roots and herbs, has been tho for everything, and It novcrdlsapjiolnta standard remedy for femalo ills, any of us. It surely yanks any old and has positively cured thousands of romcn who have been troubled with pain out by tho roots. Hunt's LlRhtnlng Oil Is what I am displacements, inflammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregularities, telling you nbouL periodic pains, backache, that bearing-down feoling, ilatuloncy, The Real Test. rvous prostration. "Poor fellow, ho dlod In poverty," said a man of a person lately de- "Why don't you try it? ceased. I was a sufferer from femalo troubles, and Lydla Ii Pinkham's Vego-tahl- o Compound restored mo to health In thrco months, after my physician declared that an operation was absolutely necessary." Mrs. Alvina Sperling, of 1C4 Ave- - Chicago, I1L, writes : "I Buffered from femalo troubles, a tumor and much inflammation. Two of the best doctors in Chicago decided that an operation wan necessary to savo my life. Lydla B. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound entirely cured me without an operation.' Olcy-bourno Dr. McGee's Baby Elixir It keeps the stomach and bowels right. Takes all the danger away from teething time. Makes LEAN babies fat and SICK babies well. Pleasant to take. Good for delicate women with sick stomachs. 25 cents and 50 cents bottle at your druggists. Avoid sd. substitutes. a Flash Cvans Put a Ttiroujh tht Rittler. : r Dullet inK about the itonda I- -, : i ' Inkp hint overflowed t'.llnl a ban In farmed n mile nMons half .! . f!uw had allowed many f c m (he lake and many i ' ! been Imprisoned In ttiu "ilr bcy wero draining the ! '.k I ne nun uacK io tne w rk of removing the nsh Liu completed, nhen tho taw mmi'tlilnc move under He iiriimntlr xrabued at k z. I' a fish, shouting as be bet tbls Ii n blB one." - Vr J It up and to hi sorrow 'b . : 1 ! n i -- ' .' anake viaa too quick. f a'x:t bli arm and raising Ha '3 I'rlke z i Kvnni was stsndlnc beside leaning on a repeating "u la til companion on audi f k arthe Ho !'g ratlleinaku squirming attempted to re- - vans beard tho horror-utriclk rf hli companion ai the an 14 L"ler swung back to alnk Its i There was no tlmo for thought. p 'ar.t tho tnako would strike. r k 'ie blood of tho boy with It p. son l.lke a flash tho rlflo a4 a bullet crashed through tho 'n bend and it fell, slowly un K Davis arm. h n shot tho tnako six tlmea, - w his arms i 'I around his tried from nervous cxcllo- -r.rdiiiR to Davis tho snake - raMKs and a button. "S ti CIDE WRITES DEATH 8T0RY. tribes Effect of Gas as Hs Grsd uilly Lotti Conselousneis. ' Desiioiident over tha lh cf h'j wfo less than a month A" it T 1). Adonis, a bookbinder I'.e f, bureau of engruv tnn'ltiK, formerly of Salt )k h i own life. Wlillo ' Ic:Jiik consciousness I: ho at 'ti io describe tl effects of the -- ui fumes of Illuminating Ras. all tho windows of his room. .neil on the three Ras Jots, k '!) iletected tho odor of hen tho door of Adams' fix PI burst olioil lill Wild fnilliil . r.K'nn "i 1 Ealing. A perfect fif lor Dltilnraa, Nu-ufacturer!. Acrnta wanted. Write for Druwalncaa, Dad worse. Ho said It Was eczema. When free look. Fjiolm Medical Co., Kpec. ConrlLLwa TutelntheMouth.Coal-sho was seven months old I started tagious Dixatca, tioiben, Ind. td Tuamir, Pala In the to use tho Cutlcura Ilemcdlcs and In Islde, TOIiriD LIVER. The regulate the Uowjla. Purely Vegetable. The Very Thing. two months our baby was a' different N'u-- . "Well, there's one thing about girl. You could not seo a sign of s SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. soro and aho was na fair na a new rltch, ho's always ready to confess his I I Genuine Must Bear born baby. Sho has not had n sign of faults." "Nonsense! Why, he's forever ICARTERSl the eczema since. Mrs. II. F, Iludke, Signature LcSueur, Minn., Apr. IS and May 2, '07.' bragging being "Of course, that's just It." Philadelphia Press. Too Hard to Answer, REFUSE SUJSTITUTES. "Iook here, my friend." said a trav We Reiterate eling man to tbo hotel clerk, "I want That for moro than fifteen years to ask you something." Hunt's Curo has been working on tho "What Is IIT" Its mission Is to euro skin "Why Is It that you people always ntnlcted. holler 'front' whenever you want a troubles, particularly thoso of an itch iug character. Its success is not on bell boyr POY "Why do wo holler 'frontr Why, account of its advertising, but becausa it surely does tho work. Ono box Is simply It's because because er 1 Looky here, young feller, do you want guaranteed to euro any case. to know more about this builncss than I IT 13 TOUND 0NlY0HPE5jC That Proved It. i dor Ella Don't you think Delia a very V PUREWHITE LEAD Man and Deast Alike. common sort of girl? Only thoso who have suffered tho Stella Certainly; she's had neither agony of vyo afflictions enn appreciate appendicitis nor nervous prostration. tlio blessing to humanity In Dr. Mitch ell's famous Kye Salvo. Introduced In Hicks' Capudlne Cures Headache, IMS region as far back as 1849 It Is Whether from colda, hrnt, stomach or found today In nil well regulated nrrvoua troublra. Nd AcetanllM or It'a and acta Iramt- homes hereabouts. Not alono the eyes tllatrlr. (Intra. bottlollauld llegular So and 10c. Trial of man but thoso of tho dumb animals 10c ul all durKglals. ollh'u paper de- 1 havo onjoyed Its comforts. Mitchell's isyo Salvo. Sold everywhere. I'rlco 2&c Moat wild things are indigenous to tho soli, yet lots of men wasto time tued ia iu coturant ihoula iniitt upon Shower of Sulphur. In aowlng wild oats. hiring xhtl ikey uk (or, rcfuiing all Chsrolles, asmnlltownSOmllos from tubflkutea or imitatiou. Macon, In Franco, has recently been visited by a shower of sulphur. The roofs, gardens, fields, vlnoyards, rivers Don't hand your friends a lemon; and ponds wero covered with a yellow PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM dust, and for some tlmo tho peasants treat them to lomonade. IClaaaaM aod. rautlfUa Uia hair. In tho fields woro troubled by a sul 1 a )atiirlDI rrovtii. raiia 10 HHura ura? biting odor which made (Fl a IV If V.xi w Vmmt ft - ... phurous parkan Allrn'a It llrM Itrar to lla Touthful Color. diMM a k.ir Itllu r. Two million packaoi aM raailr. tultk rail breathing difficult. "Our little girl was two months old when sho got n rash on her face and within rlv ii days her faco nnd head were all ono soro. Wo used different remedies but II got worao instead of better and wo thought sho would turn blind and that her ears would fall off, Mho suffered terribly, and would scratch until tho blood camo. This went on until sho was flvo months old, then I had her under our family doctor's but she continued to grow women to write tier for advice. "That Isn't anything," exclaimed Hlie lias quilled, thousands to seedy bystander. "Dying In poverty Address Lyiiu. Mass. Is no hardship; it's living In poverty health feltlmt puts the thumbscrews on low." DISTEMPER In sit iti form among all ages of liortci, sa well iUi:i, cured and others in the pitvrntnl from having the Mine itabl with ttpOHN'S D1STKMPKR CUItK. Kvery Imttle guaranteed. Over mjxn liottlc. wild hit year. tM and tlXx). Any good drueiiit, or tend to man- Mrs. Pinklmm Invites all sick Mayfield Medicine I SICK HEADACHE sBSJ IHrTIF I 1 if q VtK Not Inc.) Hiauuiatiuiuig vua ST. LOUIS, MO. ICARTFf Positively cured by tbesa Little Pills. Thtj alao rtllere Din trraafromDraptpala.In-- 1 dl..e SSSS j IIVER i HBS m 1 Fac-Simi- " Look at your wheat study it well before you cut It. tnettis Too much stalk and leaf Innroportion to your irrain. too much nitrogen in your soil. But don't salt to stunt the straw. Next time Mil Fall increase the Potash makes a IBLJ f painTqlmity PAINTERJ Most fertilizers are weak in Potash. Make them complete by adding Fotash 6 per cent. or 15 pounds Muriate of Potash per hundred. Compute fertilizer means best crops and ttronger stalk, and a heavier head. I 1 Mailed free. manure anil fcrtiliacra. GERMAN KALI WORKS, Candler Bid;., Atlanta, Oa. Chicago Monad nock Bldf . tirw York-- PS Nassau St. Every agent sells phosphate. Few carry Potash in stock. Arrange for Potash now. Potash is profit. Sen! for Our Book.. conUInlneofr about soli, crops, biRgest profit. IDILES'NO Till I AUC aw dan-k-tro- r tkitim MBCotaj MONEY TILL CURED serd ron rate nus. PaoMiaul icaSnrul i ttaiaa a S KAaiAsarr. na MIIIOa-ooO- KDVCATIOXA C. Keaaers University ULflslLof Louisiana oargans aacunruMJ-BiMtn- Hooper's Tel ter Cure (Don't Scratch) Is sold BaraanuTSi Oradut Sesartmaot Acadwnla Couagts Maweomb Collega for WozBCa i Ttachars Collag Imw IMpartmant Madleal Department Xadlcal Dtpartms&I riiarmacy Dapartmant aicHAao x, WITT. a4drM. M HOOPER M Suirantee Troubles, rr.a, by druggists everywnere on a positive) to cure Dsn Tetter, Ecie Itch, Ringworm. sll Scalp SW CaUloaaM 11 Vuot-Ka- a. mam -- I, l1 K-- li U i - " bed n ' lltifllilulw..l IIUIU .iifuinuvu t SLTiUUIl-- t, t.a . Actual Facts. For upwards of fifteen ycara Hunt's Curo has been sold undor a strict guarantco to curo any form of Itch ing skin troubles known. No matter tho name less than ono per cent, of tho purchasers hnvo requested their money bock. Why? It nlmply does tho work. More Dignified. "Good night, you precious lamb!" said tho mother, with tho liberty one sometimes takes, uvea with ono's son, at bcdllmo. Mother," said tho small boy be seechingly, "It you must call mo some thing, would n t you just as soon call mo a blllygoat?" Youth's Companion. The burclar also bas bis quick schouio. cot-ric- h uSHS!3!TInM'i EreWaltr OPIUM and AV!iUkcr IlnMU Uratol at Ituuie wiibout Vln. liiMikofturtlcalAM Face and Hands, Pirn, pies, ItcbingPlles.Sore, Sweaty, Blistered Feet, Cuts, and all Irritations o( the Skin. Does not stain, grease or blister. Two Sizes, 50c and $1,00 bottles. Trisl She 10c. Mailed direct, on receipt ol price. CO., Chapped, Sunburned J MEDICINE Dallas, Texas. Nursing Mothers and Malaria The Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC, drives out Malaria and builds up the system. You know what you ore taking. The formula is plainly printed on every bottle, showing it is 6tmpiy cjuinine ana iron iu a tasteless, and tne most effectual form. For adults and children. 50c. Hul tablet ior print tint In newspaper or oa tlm lubilktura4)f Ibla paper will UU 7 out Uonery onlran4dolhe prlntlrtfa A N.KKLUMUlNKWrAl'EHCO-IJttUIlor- k. Kellogg's Halftones. $1.00 Up I'" F 'It,' klllC X Ik lower mill Inu-nfrom ef nji'hyxlatlon. My head llio room Is ilanriiiL' lm. t flood Ood. what u sen. i nm lii'lnir liftiwii Ti.n (Sod tho llcht! ' nm A. N. K. F (190838) 2248. . iiv i Ilr 1 GIANT FISH as It Into Deep 8EI2E3 CALF. Kxamlno curelully every bottlo or CASTOIMA a sofa and suro remedy for Infants and children, and seo that It '1' !K'in. 8. if-HHanson, I'fr r, ju ris ,ll0 osg of ft Cft,r car Dears tho nj? xttv, . Signature o f CjLA-LV77Z- ,a F'P lirnr.l ... Uso For IW I " ;"' Illrlll fin, I uuint7I-UIUUIIK his In Tho Kind Over HavoYcara. nought ....- I Always You to. lit IN - ..uuuie, whichiUBUUU Ulll was i. i0 f0Umi P raiuil i He Had It. lit. f uvornl A teacher lu a certain high school 'tilluK belly deep In water the once asked ono of her pupils freo meaning of tho word vucuum. Imaglna unit lh nir her amuBCincnt when ho replied: Why, Mlts S, I havo It In my head, fynu-- with his baro legs wus III "f1- w!rt.. hut ho wndod but I just can't think of It." l" cuu- - ...mA Don't Defay, I' c '!' h II ,i ,,,(.. .'"KU .""""KJ Kit T ll Save a posslblo serious spell of fever mi, uiui ior a mo 1 be . I, ...... .. later on by cleansing your uystum now Cl Mln.tn.l " '''"IB wio w. of Ita accumulation of Impurities. Sim. If -i li . calf mon'B Sarsapnrllla will do it. It I. uruKgou toward doup '' . '.:.. .Ul."'wral o ef. makes' lino blood, flno nppotltu, great reach u trougtii and grand ambition. was I (., r ,i. ::,v vu,ml' u"t no failed l'lutonlo lnvu Is a irooil ilpn. Ilka tbo gun wo dJdn't know was louded. enry Water by the Tall niu urowns It. Important to Mothers. Brighten Get Your Health Back To ono who has lost her health, life seems pretty dreary. Unhapplness, after all, Is very often a question of health. If femalo troubles havo vorn you out, made you feel weak, sad, miserable- and able only to see tho dark sldo of tilings, as a reflection upon a cloudy mirror, brighten up, by doing your best to get your health back. TAKE CARtiUl. n This woman's medicine has brought health and happiness to many thousands of weak, ailing women. Why not to you? well-know- ..i. r" Its ingredients are restoring, strengthening, health-givinthe womanly organs-- It Is safe, pleasant and always reliable. to Mrs. F. S. Mills, of Murletta. Calif., writes: "I don't think any one can recommend a medicine I had a mismoro highly than I can Cardui. I posihap, which was followed by Inflammation. tively believe I would havo died, had It not been, for Cardui. When I began taking it, I could not stand on my feet. After taking two (2) bottles, I was cured, and now weigh 165 pounds. Sold everywhere. Try Cardui. i- ill -- Smart Take CARDUI O 1M A Plum Gouger I I THE COURIER'S $400 PIANO Which goes to the winner of the Popular Lady Contest I I I h aafl AH M Cl "Will i: f i.L n .,. i I H A r miss Virginia rcoysier Miss Ivy DeBow ma Miss Lime correy a Mis Pearl Stone r Dosia Carnenler o. i ivnss ivnnue oicwer Mi ma m 18280 xsxuo 7115 MMnr m:.. ir Mr n 2240 aa xuoo tou orr THE BEAUTIFUL FACE. "Tin' re Is no fttce to beautiful and fnlr Of all the women I meet, belong to her of the illvery IihIt So voice to in m aweet. None other may look with ejrea of mine, And behold the benutr I For the woninn who Inn the Unlltlfnl face, I Is itl I the world to ine. For thlrtvveflrH I hitve wutched the llnea I A they grow on her forehead fnlr And have seen the winters uprlukle the frost Thnt him cbnnired her nut hrown hulr lint time In hl change tins broiiKht no III To the benullful face I tee: Hut tin nrenRtheiied the tie that mad" us one. My dear wife uud me. Our life has not heen nil we could wlati, As we tolled un hill with our loud ISut line hits kept trylnK to hrliihten our pftlh And cast all utonei from the road. on the mountain side Over the Wo are Journeylmr don. 'Ilin aunllvht Kleaius In her slilnlnir hulr And It hxika like a silvery crown. . Mil-to- p hind prison bars. Men from prominence to ditgrace simply Because they permitted black spot o form upon their charactir. THE HUSBAND OF THE FUTURE. Every season In this western con try Inrge number of plums nro lost liy I lie fruit falling to tho ground I the huff grown "Into An examination of llils trull will show thnt It Is In fouled with wlilto grubs, which rat Into thn kernel nmt cnuso It to drop. Tho work Is very similar to Iho pin cnrcullo, which lit such a mm hum post In thn rnslrrn states. This Insect, however, In r nallvo wrstprn form nnil Mints lis wny Into our plum orchard from tho patches of wild plums which grow along nl most every creek. It Is n very rlinirult Insect to com hat, because thn work Is ttono Inside tho fruit, nml k)Ioiih cnniiot bit np- plleil fur thn larval forum of tho I sect "Clin ailtilt Insect enn wunetlmi' he killed by spraying thn plum tree with arsenate: of lend or other poison of it similar nature In Iho sumo way Tho thnt applo trees nro spntyed, adult beetles eat thn young leaves or cut off tho stems of tho young fruit nml poison placed In theso localities ate likely to provn helpful remedies, Tho adult beetles may bo caught by Jarring thn trees. The Insect "play possum" when a limb Is Jarred and drops to thn ground If thn ground I coveted with sheels, the Insects nm bo gathered In them and destroyed, This Is best done early In thn day and should be continued from ttio tlmo tho plum trees nro In blossom until tho first of June. Tho Insects nr reddish brown snou beetles about n quarter of an Inch in length. They are quite easily rccognlted, and If present, somu will bo found usually each morning. A fe Jarring of tho tree will Indlcat whether or not the tniects are nu merout and whether this remedy should bo continued. Probably thl remedy la the most useful one In the home orchard or garden. 1H I It Is a good plati to permit chicken to run around about the trees, since they often pick up tho weevils or th larvae that have come to the ground. During the summer all plums which I fall from tho trees and even Iho which show the mark while they are still on the trees should be taken and destroyed, 11 y destroying we mean burning or some other method which will make sure that the Insect Inside the plum Is killed. S. Arthur Johnsoo who fell Associate Professor of Entomology, Colorado Agricultural College. I II II HI bi II ! WOVEN WIRE GRAPE ARBOR. Makes a Neater Job Than Slats. with Don't flatter yourself that you are popular until you see how quickly the world forgets you when you are Side. Then compare friendship (?) with the devotion of the family If your friend goes wrong it is base desert him. Then, more than ever does he need your help, and, on the supposition that he has been your true friend, he is entitled to it. Of course, you can neither approve or condone his wrong-doinIt may become your painful duty to GOV. JOSEPH W. FOLK. tell him with the utmost candor what fiov. Folk, candidate for United Ktatea. you think of his faults, but never to Kenntor. w ho addressed our neighbor across the river In Mlsilsslpl kick him while everybody else is ilo., this week. engaged in the same business. To dj'that requires no courage nothing and I try to oil all various whef Is of but a little cheap bluster. a busy life with an implicit belief that there is a brain and a heart to A practical committeeman in this great universe and that I can diplomas last June, to a trust them both. graduating class spoke as follows : 'Girls, in presenting you these dipAN UNSPOTTED CHARACTER. lomas, if, by their significance you are led to allow your mother to do Money is a good thing, especially all the work, bake all the bread, in these times, but there is some sweep all the floors because you can thing much more valuable. It is read Latin or demonstrate a theorem character, the consciousness of a in geometry, then has your school pure and honorable life. This should been a most unfortunate course, and be a young man's first aim to in all the teachings you have ever at any cost. During the past received at my hands, I trust there year during the commercial distress, has been no lesson that has weaned while many were proved and found you 'from the dishpan. Boys, if wanting, others came forth tried as from this graduation you go out in- by fire. Here and there one comes to the world too nice to carry wood out of the furnace far more of a and swXl the hogs, if need be, then man than before. Amid the wreck has our school failed in its purpose of his fortune he stands erect a and sown the wrong seed." noble specimen of true manhood. Let It be the aim of every young TAKE LIFE EASY. man, every business man, above all It would be well if more housekeep- things else, to keep this punty susers looked upon life in as philosophi- tained. This is the best possession this is a capital which can never cal a way as an old lady of 80 years living In New Hampshire, who says; be taken from him this is the rich I never allow myself to fret over est inheritance, Let every young things I cannot help. I take a nap man who reads this department look and sometimes two every day of my at the list of wealthy men, influenti life. I never take my washing, al men, respected men, who, during Ironing or baking to bed with me, the past year have been placed be- in you to g. pre-sentipre-ser- Much has been written, of late, auout woman, me model w fe. so we have a word for the model hus band of the future. We sav "of the future" for the reason that if he exists today we have never had the pleasure of his acquaintance. The model husband of the future will walk out with his wife on a week day, and will not be afraid of a millinery shop. He will even have "change'' when asked for it and will never allude to it afterwards. He will not be above carrying a large bundle or a cotton umbrella. or even holding the baby in his lap in an omnibus. He will go to bed hrst in cold weather. He will eel up in the night to rock the cradle or answer the door bell. He will be lieve in hysterics and will be easily melted to a tear. He will patch up a quarrel with his wife with a velvet gown and drive away the sulks with a ride in the automobile. He will never get out of humor because few buttons are missing whtn he goes to dress, neither will he brine home friends for supper. His clothes will never smell of tobacco. He will respect the curtains and never smoke in the house. He will be innocent of any latchkey. He will let the family go out of town once every year while he remains at home with one knife and fork.sleens on a curtalnless bed and washes his swn dishes and socks. Watch for one model husband for he is .nrel J coming. A young girl errs once and the doors of human kindness and love are closed against her. But we reach the betrayer ourhandsandbid him welcome to our homes j we court . .1 n mm, ana sacrifice our aim natter it darling daughters to his greed, for Is It not a sacrifice of love. Duritv and everything worthy to wed such a one? Does (Jod even smile upon such a union? If either be shunned. why not the betrayer of vouth and innocence, rather than the one who has been wronged so grievlously? We know that lips will curl with scorn, and society will sneer, it we reach our hands to the outcast, but God and the angels will be glad, and if a soul be thus saved, what matters It? a E-v- To make a neat grape arbor set four posts and brace them aa shown, then Hotted Olf by HcerT This is not a temneram Herkimer, N. Y The bronro atntue but It ha. a bit of factSn ,t of Clen. Nicholas Herkimer of revolutionary fame which ha recently been total abstainer may ,hM , erected here represent thn general, whenever occi with his leg shattered by n bullet, direct- offers. The attention of the J seated on the stump of a tnu ing thn American force tn the bnttln York hospital surgeons hai of Orlskany, Thn sculptor Is ITurr C. called to the big number tt Miller. Tho piece was on exhibition ers that have lost several In thn salon In Paris this year and was thn only one of 400 pieces In from both hands within the V brontn to receive honornbln mention. years. The first case aj of den. Herkimer was at thn head an employee of a Doerv S00 hastily recruited militiamen nnd conc hall. Three of the finReri o( volunteers, moat of them hi friend k and neighbors, who set out In July, right hand and two of the .ngeri( to Col. (Innsevoort 1777, to take relief his left were rotted away ,j,t . and hla 760 follower In Port Schuyler. St. I.egcr'a force had marched called at Dellevue one day and b tip the St. Lawrence on the Canadian getl the doctors to explain the tt, lde, crossed over at Oswego nml, pas. Ing through thn Mohawk valley, were son. He said that his duty u Investing thn fort. BL lager's force draw beer for the thouia-d- i , of 00 white men nnd 1.000 visited the garden consisted nightly t, tho tfommnnn Indiana, thn latter under man was In perfect health Iberia, of tho famous IUant, head of tho Six and it took the young doct:rs a Nations, V"' 1... .. Oen. Herkimer sent word to Col. . .t uiuc m rnvc at any cjnclajix, Oansevoort of tho relief that was com But they did finally, and It ing and asked that a sortie bo made tuft when the relieving force from thn fort toon inc. u:er man s breath "I enemy's attention when they did. came up, so that tho might bo distracted. "Your fingers have been rottd When hn got near the fort (Jen. Herkimer waited for the signal from off," they said, "by the beer rjansnvoort. It dldn t come, and hi you have handled. ' young recruits began to chide him for Other cases of a similar na!W the delay. He refused at flint to risk the sacrifice of llfo which h knew an came rapidly after this one, and & advance with hi SOU men would day the physicians estimate thetn He continued to wait, but the re an army of emolovei ni ni whose fingers are being ruined b mark of some of hi officer and They the same cause. became more Insulting. The acid and ran accused him finally to hi face of be- in the beer are said to be respect. Tory Tho end of ing a coward and a tt wa that against his better Judg- ble. ment he gave the order to advance. The head bartender cf a id 8L Leger had heard of his arrival and bad sent a dutachiacot to Inter- - known downtown saloon tart tt knows a number of catei ilr, beer drawers have, In aJJmoob Irtwl n rr mmxtm ri nf tYtm finn. I i hands, lost the uie of both ct bers. "Beer will rot troa, I i. lieve," he added. "I ktjv m every bartender knows that it in possible to keep a good pair behind the bar. Beer wilJ ret leii er as rapidly almost as acid ...ti into iron. If I were a tempcrast orator I'd ask what mutt beer men's stomachs if it eats away cm fingers and their shoe leather I: here to sell It, but I won't drcti, not much." New York Mai! Herkimer Statu at Herkimer, N. Y. beer-drlnk- Herkimer in Bronze. fjl ,h" .- 1 Ji at C. H. Moore's. Krlsp Cakes and Crackers cept him. A tho mllltla advanced tn $100 Reward, l$00. baaty march through a woojrd ravine near Orlskany the Ilrltlsh regular In ,1.1 Th. ambush at the other end and the In to that thtr Usl li.l t:mtH dlans on both sides opened fire. The nd tlmt I.CI : Ht rear guard of the American wa cut In all Iti off from the main body and was dis Catarrh Our la that oulr rwMtl3t er&H Ui Hi mnllcal frlrcf. known IM persed. Early In the conflict Herkimer had tmllltf M rail.lttullnnAt iIIau. hi horse shot from under him and a rviiiiiuiioruM irraunvm. nam na Cure li taken Internallr, actln little later a bullet shattered his left fin ina ikhmi .mi ftiHMn. .iirrk tttfu, Grape Arbor of Woven Wire, leg Just below the knee. When his tern. t!irbjr ditrn;ltif Iba MmU'.n stretch woven wire over the top. Thl friends urged him to leave thn field ho nf th. illu... . ,.! .1 .In. iu top works better than wood, declares replied: trenail) liy bulldlns up lb nn.'Jtou the Prairie Farmer. ml tvuliltnc nature In doliif 11 .:k U "No, I will face tho enemy." much rail i u I :m Hn ordered thn saddle romoved from proprietor liar PLANT THE RIGHT TREE. hla fallen horse and had It placed on a llv power that tliay ofTrr ::? Htsit that II falU t n stump near by. Seated on this, with Writ and Get Information from trie thn wounded leg, which had been Hoik! for lUtof Agricultural Department. Adrru r.J.OHK.SKVACO, rtltJ.' hastily bandaged, hanging from one Kold hr all IlruiifUt-,71- 0 side, he Issued his orders and received Taha Hall's raiulljr mUforconiutau In every region of the United State tho report of hi lubordlnatca. there Is at least one forest tree, and With his friend and neighbor fall , W nw generally there aro several forest ing on all ilde of him, and suffering trees which can be planted with agony himself, he coolly took his tin in Mississippi county. Mo , hai fx xid complete assurance of commercial sue der box, steel and flint from hi pock- sets of houses on it. 10S cess If the plantation la properly es et nnd lit hi plpn. The Rtatun shows ftthfr mnrnv.m.nll. tablished nnd given proper care. The him with the pipe In onn hand, while cleared, test In timber 390 acreip government has made a very careful l In tho other he la directing his study of most of the forest plantations forces, Owner is cuttlne five crops cl alW In tho United States. Ita publications In.llhrCCiIlls coolness Infused new ardor Into rut Ikl, kUk. A u.lr " w "" "" on tree planting may be had free of the men. They, fell to fighting tho iu f" ton and corn now growing charge upon application to thn forest and Hritlsh In their own fashion ita its service, United States department of from behind rocka and trees, and you an Idea of m fertility, P . i ill.. agriculture, Washington, Thn studlei finally, aided by a sally from tho fort. icauiiy tor Ji.ou an auc Hickman lorn on which they were based were made they forced the attacking party to re- very reasonable. especially for tho benefit of farmers treat. About of tho mllltla Realty Co. and other land owneis, and tQ prevent fell on the battlefield and many more the wasto of thousands of dollars an were carried Into captivity. Obituary. nually lost by planting the wrong tree Herkimer waa carried on a litter to by Improper earn of plantations. or On the l.lih it.tv of SeottC' hla house, 35 mile away. Tho ampu From the manner In which our nat tation nf hla leg waa badly done nnd -- inc ucatn angci visucu tnc lira! timber has been cut It la clear he died ten day lalor. In his last mo Tarn. Willi, m. nn,l lff and W that each region will have to bn made ment he called for a lllbln and read In timber to thnso about him tho psalm begin- from them the light of their boa rs nearly growth aa possible. Tho lesson of thn ning: II..!. Hill- - UtlUglllCI, CT.Mrn Irut Ui.. IU11C past I thnt the right forest treea O rebuke me not In thr IIIEII grown In the right way will bring a wrath, nelthor chasten mo In thr hot Mllle Pttilrn hint nnlv been big profit displeasure. them one month and four days, w Tho base of the statue I a boulder lone enounh to endear her to & Making the Garden Pay. from uie battleflold of Orlakany. Speaking of how he arranges a suc hearts of the father and motto. garden crops, J. w. Orlffln, cession of U ...rlKurlttt L.- -l Thl Gray Old World. wiiu aic ileal i uni tho Kentucky gardener saya: "Plant A certain young man wa once tier. Little Elvira was laid tj reit beana (bush), dwarf peas, early beets, mltted to make the world over to milt lettuce and radlshea In a block, as himself; the world and all that In It Beech Grove cemetev. they may nil bo cleared from the land waa. .To them we extend our he.rt-about the same time and another crop And when he wa done, ho stood eo planted. This Is where I plant my eel back and surveyed his work nnd x. sympathy, and point them for ltV err, after manuring the ground proper-ly- . claimed: "A paradise! Ah, truly, a fori In Him t.A mlrl. Suf' When tho beets are ready to be- paradliel" aw w children to come unto We gin using I put a row of cabbage Hut at the end of plant right by the beets, then pull found dead and the a week he wa KM Iriom nnt tnr llph II the verdict of the cc the beet nest to the cabbage first." coroner Jury was that he had been dom of heaven." May God -- . bored to death. Puck. No 8uch Plum. ion me saa nearts anu Some peoplo are constantly looking to say "Thy will, not mine. Women are happiest who are willing for some variety of plum that tb A preciout on from ua la (" share In the reflected clorr curcullo will not touch. When that aohluved by their husbands to which A vloco we lovwl ! atllM vartoty discovered It will be oiie thuy A place la vacant luour hum have contributed sometimes. that a human being will not touch That iimir rau be flllwl A clever, popular Cand either. cex' One that Cure Tablet caljed Preventlcs is Cultivate Frequently. being dispensed by druggists every, KroQuent cultivation la not oniv For Sale. In a few hours. Prevention for the young orchard, but also for where. young evergreens set out for a wind- are said to break any cold Good team horses ; log - nrire. Arr' And Preventlcs, being so t,t.. -- i break. Bod bound treea ui l,.iUv.. kind bake and dry out la the July and safe and toothsome, are very fine to, TllKW. F. Cowlks Co, a August sun, for children. NoOulnine.no lan. Arlington, nyve, nothing harsh nor sicke Telephone the news to 21. Box of 48 25c. Sold by all dealers. Gasoline at the Courier 0 ll.. dir-U- .W W tor-eth- . onn-thlr- d -- 1 w" 1 com-pletel- y. -