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The Hickman courier: June 10, 1909 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 hic1909061001_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: June 10, 1909 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. HALF A jrt '"LV-rin CENTURY OLD BUT STILL GROWING till" THE HieKMHN COURIER. Twrn Aaf WE BAT EM OUT ON BIG CIRCULATION - A BLUE MAKE HBRK m that yoar anfo- - crlptlon hni ilrM. promptly iij wnnt th pipr to i to row lifter tbla month T.pf 7 t, fiff PUS As Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success, Tha CoutIbt ks a Snanktn1 Good Tanm. Grease the Hrles of Your Uennn.' fllri Un. w Hitnh tin , r,irrE rorcnE. WEBTO" IEHTDOIT HICKMAN. FIJITON millMTY KTNTIirkTY THIIPQHAV li inc in lono whom: ESTABLISHED IK THE TEAR 1NH Ho.a tni Line. Ktw Telephone i rtBre:".ative meeting of the l. iCltr ' :;" nninv f . Obion at the court houie Sat helJ the he obion County r.ih I C liur- Mialrman and W. . BYDl a. aaaBaawaaaBaaaaaaiBaaaBBaaaBWaaaBk. .t' 11 G. etlr Hit c. Ml li.tirxe. nv runniue iiuc MF joy a corset In hlmy frock ah it cod upon the itac And In vole that carrt.d far, Sho proudly tpokt rrailuatlon plrea: "I'll hitch my wacon to a atari" Bha atom upon itaca, arrayvd la whltr. A aaah of blua akout bar walit And wltfly. In a Tolca of connjrnrr, a hara raced I Sha told ot erlira Bha told of tnifflva won by flood and Arid And how aha infant to do or dla; Bht put hrr flncar on tha warp of tlma And mad a tha willing ahuttla flyl you would that en- long distance comfort in con-forms p;L: far to h. K- v- iouth ill and w inin n radius service br to the prevailing mode and gives cr.pany win be financed by ir.inlitii of Unioni City r unty. Causes leading .usn . a?a!t.:atlon are mat r.iunug .1 ii.rair in inn luuuiv have rll fn-Itff lHVlCt and tibortjtant demands are made. Viuca Cty Commercial. ceunlv hat recently ex Mt and f,nl the tame trouble, now a i.'nV-n- c be. romD.inv li off intitd in thli city. It wou ild The Hickman College closed ...m ihii inr i.umucuiuu uui only another successful term of school the eartn mil wouig iikc a Tistt with the commencement exercises fence arcund it. which were held Thursday and Friday evenings of last wfek, at the The Melancholy Days. Lyric, with large attendance on both tv nf Im halv davt have come i occasions. . Thursday evenlncr the Htth Schnnl lit liaCll Cl mc ycai, inc line and incessant exercises were held, the graduating ca the cl.thei The beddings in ciass oemg as touows t Miss Lillian iiick e bear .I I 1 .1 iac lit ii.cnen ana wc dcui aic iu ii. Choate, Miss Louise McConnell. lh, the pi:tjrei are upon the floor Miss Nell Bondurant. Min Ma rem. iiit tome one dusts the vail. The rite Fuqua, Miss Rose Campbell and st!ar.:!y cays are here the days Air. rranic brnitri. cftcap anJ brush. Stove polish The program was carried out in a the silverware (there's pie on very pleasing manner, reflecting Shakespeare's bust), piano holds credit on both ounlli t:ae (ryicg pans the bath tub's The honor graduates were Miss Rose Iked vith books the women folks, uimpoeu, tne valedictorians tV ho couid tell ho they were by Miss Lillian Choate, who gave and the their Ixki Sing hey I The glad salutatorv. Nanet of lh trraHinim twit cleaning time ot dust and on the programs appeared as follows : sight to see Kip. It is a gladsome The 11 1 I L. s te tree ta "smart" and graceful lines to your gowns, wear Bha atood tha wlieat countrt purled Whfn Mandr apoke hrr craduattn' plrca, Tou bt. iha Iliad til' hull blamadl world I Itfr rd; lliia thtrr, illcht and atandrr aa a rled upon the stage, making a most delightful scene ere the last number was reached. Our local orchestra rendered a number of splendid selections interspersing the regular program. These exercises were concluded by the presentation of the scholarship and diplomas by Prof. B. F. Gabby, who in a few well chosen remarks gave the class some good advice and thanked the patrons and friends of the college for their hearty support during the year's work. Miss Rose-- Campbell, who made the highest average in her grades, was awarded the Dodds Scholarship. This scholarship is a gift of $200 from our generous townsman. S. L. Dodds, and is a much sought priae each year. CORSETS "The model designed for your figure is cor- rectly proportioned and rightly made. Ask thigh a big telescope. Olenn-Pralhe- Work for lluiiMnttjr Tt n1ncr ol tb Aie Al lh Moon 1U I"uwr of Hong Itcptibllo Glenn, the pretty udtilented daughter of Marshall Glenn, of the Mt Zion neighborhood, tu isarrted on Thursday, June J, to D; Peter Prather, son of Dr. John Prather, and a prominent young flruciiu of Woodland Mills. The stdding vas solemnised at the bride's home near Union City. After Joce IS they will be at home in Mm Kitty Mott Tmliiln that nrr Friday night Miss Lillian JohnsMlllun Olioatr ton's music pupils had their inning Inilit McOonnrll in Musical a Reoital. The program K ltondurntit Mttritutrtt fuou included several very interesting IUtrMU..rraukrlniltli numbers readings, drills, panto- for the just-right G-- D Justrite that is for YOU OS Lack of space forbids a detailed description of these splendid numbers, but all were excellent and showed careful thought and prepara tion. At the conclusion of each number, gifts and flowers were car- Chorus IU.CinDtll mimes, vocal and instrumental music. The younger set rendered their parts In a way that was interesting from start to finish, showing that their training had been of th; best character. Following is the piogram of the recital : 2 5 For Sale By SMITH & AMBERG Mills. Dr Prather Is well known In this o'ljr, and has a host of friends who jcin the Courier In wishing he and Mrs, Prather all the good things in Woodland life. Miss Mena Miss Lois Inst. Soo"Miryaerilc" I.uella Oalitiy Inst. Solo"Sanrlse In the Alps" Inst. Song "Voice of the Words" - rubenstein E. SCHNEIDER Insl. Qairtettc "Comrades In Arms".... "Reuben nd Rachel" Marx IlrlKga ,F. HAYES Mltira Uatnpball, Hrlnci. llarnaa and Klmbro Solo"Twlllghlon the MounUtns" tlra Tlirelkald Vara. Hnilth and Milton Illntlmw rathburn w. gooch L. RINCNET K. FOX Dies telbrlnV ami Bartlett left Saturday for Rockport. Ky.f where the former will visit her sister a few days, after hieh she leaves for Indianapolis, W ,to study music, returning in September to take up her music class. Miss Bartlett will spend the sum-oat Rockport, with her parents, 0- rrr Drill- -" Cow Boys" Inst. Duett "Joyoas Return" draco Tbrelkeld and Mary Ilrlirgs Pantomime Anna lornne Iiuddt, llettla IOUUe Uurlln mid Monltn Ulay "Bobby Shaftoe" Inst. Quartette er Mtiraa Thrrlkeld, Klmbro, Ononis and "Oher Hill and Dale" - ENOLEMANN E, Bartlett and wife. n the election of officers in south ""en, which was as follows t J. P. iinn was elected mayor, R. T. The Courier fatlrrt VocalSoto"Obcrihe Ocean Blue" frank Hmltu Trio "May Day" Vocal Duett llrur 0. v. petrie RATHBURN Newton sells harvester oil. Ask for the genuine Dutch Tea Rusk. C. H. Moore. Telephone that grocery order to Bettersworth & Prather. Miss Lizzie Tarns, of Union City, is the guest of relatives here. Call for REO. You'll like It better than anything you ever tasted. S. L. Dodds and family attended the reunion at Memphis this week. Miss Jessie Wall, of Cayce, Ky., has been visilting Miss Mayme Nay-lo- r. Call 38 it puts you in touch with the home of good groceries delivered promptly. Miss Ruth McConnell returned to Union City Monday after a pleasant visit to Miss Cecil Barnes. Ice Coupon Books charged to ac count will be at a face value. No discount allowed only for cash. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Miss Rubye Fleming returned from Lexington, Friday, where she is attending school, to spend the holidays with home folks. Miss Strcther, who has been attending school in Martin, has returned home. She was accompanied by her grand mother, Mrs. Brummell, of Union City, and ate the guests of Mrs. Vaught, near town, 'Be a good boy." How often in the misty past has every one of us The admoniheard these words tion of doting mother, the dearest friend a boy ever had. But, alas I How often have we made a fond heart bleed by a disregard for her The boy or girl who does wishes neatest like mother desires has the less to regret In after years. I. W. Dobbins, of Fulton, and who owns an interest in the Hickman Hardware Co., of this city, was here Monday to get an automobile which he had ordered shipped to Hickman, A short time ago he received a Buick car here but disposed of it so that he could get a larger one. Ills new 50 horse power car is a machine, and is a beauty, 1 ' MUiea Ilnrnaa. Ilruer ami Urlggi ' "Sweet Summer Tide" "Nightingale" Mluca (lrctn and Kuqua ! Duo"Husarenriti" Vocat Soto Inst. Quariclie Reading SPINDLER Ml lira Oboate and Camplwll Mlia Ort'un "! "gyrate Tom and Dr. R. N. Calahan.W. D. W. H. Wolf and H.W.LockrfdBe, council! n. It is conceded that Jesse be named for c'ty mar- .s! Why the new council. Ceoree M. bered In Tnr.i R6e. L. T. ...J ENGLEMANN "Parade Re1tenj".. MlMua Kuqua. Ilruer, Oniuplwll and Uboale Arnatt Hendrlr Pantomime .,m...... Drill 'Dixie attfrtKy" Srsday S S geapantcin y? u Pulton' S nion and Western Kentucky as promoter of Fort to back in the early Jefferion's In brief, the closing exercises 90'., was one of the greatest '""ywnvleledof perjury In Ar- - marks school history of thisepochs city. in the lMi .en,ence d t0 th Penltn-lll'- y Nowhere will a better High School a term of years. be found. The able and efficient e scene of management of Us affairs are clearly wai morning about demonstrated by the past year's was a negro work and by the tree s fruit we Judge it. Our Hoard of Education ear,y at' fwman P'wmance, al. and teachers have worked hard to . the crowd In make the school what it is today, and we should not fail to tender formerly of A new counterfeit $5 silver certi they are living in the ficatc has come to the attention of re,'den. eat of the the secret service bureau. It is of HU,re Jn?S series of 1899 (Indian Head) and Gazl. is a production, a a,c baJI team printed on bond paper of good qualiUV"y nobody it Hbut s, wat. boys, and ty, blue ink lines having been used nhMe aU the Sunday to Imitate the silk fibre of the genuine. According to Acting Chief ay want. Moran, of the bureau, the poor ,and family have character of workmanship on the c,ty- - Indian head should be the meaus of C. f?rm t0 lhls Th 5 haw detecting the counterfeit now in circulation, them our support and make known our appreciation. For the coming term, a number of extra studies (not generally found in any High School) will be included in the prescribed course. With a $10,000 library and support of the county in making this school a County High School, we are sure to have even a better school next year than this which is saying a good deal for the success of the next term. Now, that everybody knows that the tariff schedules will be revised upwards, why don't the sun of prosperity break from behind the clouds and begin to shine again. The "infant Industries'' will get exactly what protection" they want, and proceed to Import pauper labor from Europe in order to reduce the wages of the American Working, men. Mrs. M, Amberg has returned from Tiptonvllle, where she has been visiting relatives for a week. lUltVe photo-mechanic- M L 7h midi'ff1 Gasoline at the Courier Office. FOR SALE Cow and young calf. 52p S. N. Sweeney. C- - Newton sells "Wiberine" Jas. coal oil a good grade. Miss Mollie Bourne spent Sunday in Union City with home folks. The high-ba- ll season never goes out just because the base-baseason comes in. Mrs. J. M. Reid has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Gardner near Fulton. Miss Lizzie Coram has returned from Lexington, where she his been attending State College. Miss Belle Mercer who has been visiting Mrs. Alice Amberg, left Monday for her home in' Kokoma, Ind. W. H. Guyn and Miss Albettie Howell, both of Alexander, were married in Fulton Thursday evening, by Esq. Futrell. Miss Bonnie Carpenter is home from Jackson, Tenn. Miss Carpen-ha- s been employed as one of the teachers in the M. C. F. I. Compare our prices with any other store in Western Kentucky and see who sells house furnishings the cheapest. St. Louis Fur. Co. "Magnolia" garden hose, and guaranteed for one year. Regular price 15c a foot; cur special Cotton & Adams. price now 12 Miss Utie Parham, who has been in one of the large millinery establishments of Leland, Miss., during the Spring season, is home for a few months vacation. You have heard of the twins Kate and Duplicate? So had an Arkansas mother of twins, who liked the idea and wanted to adopt it. Her name blng Kate, it was easy to name the girl twin in her honor, but Duplicate seemed to hardly fit the boy. This proved a stumbling block for some time, but after considerable discussion it was surmounted. In delicate compliment to the boy's father, who was a mooshiner, It was decided to call him Lubricate. ll l-- H. E. Curlin spent Sunday in Memphis. Moving pictures every night at the Lyric. FOR SALE : 2 sows and 5 choats. J. C. Newton. Cowgill's Drug Store is the only place you can get REO. C. H. Moore wants you to try his genuine Dutch Tea Rusk. If you want a first-clajob, let Schmidt the Tailor, do your work. ss Miss Inez Luten returned from Lexington, Saturday. Miss Luten has been attending school at that place. Mrs. C. G. Schlenker returned Monday morning after an extended visit to relatives in Eaton, Ohio, FOR SALE Nearly new rubber top buggy and harness at a bargain. Apply to H. H. Green Hickman. Drew Lulen, son of Dr. S. W. Luten, returned from Baltimore, Md., Saturday, where he has been attending school, An effort is under way for the starting of a daily newspaper at with a backing of a fund of $30,000, the politics of which would be the advocacy of Statewide Prohibition. An exchange publishes the statement that a firmof opticians inEnglard manufacture horse spectacles, the purpose of these being to promote high stepping. The glass In these spectacles is so designed that it gives the horse the idea that he is going up hill or over some obstacle, the result being that he becomes a High actor" without further notice. tire, 51-2- p Pa-duc- ah A heavy spar floated ashore at Long Beacn, Vancouver Island, and has been identified as a part of the r British Condor, that was lost in December, 1901, with 140 men. The Condor left Esqul-mau- lt for Honolulu December 3, 1901. and nothing was heard from her after that date. The exact location of the wreck has never been discovered. sloop-of-wa- 1 THE HICKMAN COURIER BRIEF Coser Western Kentucky Uk Hit Dww STATE NEWS to CAPITAL NOTES. Inheritance Tax Law Construed. Thn court of appeals construed number of sections and provisions of the Kentucky Inheritance tax latr in pissing upon questions raised in the $2,000,000 case of tho commonwealth against J. Will Oaulbort's ndmlnlstrn tor, on appeal from the Jefferson chan cery court. Tho lower court I reversed nnd tho cause mrhhded for further proceedings. Tho court rulcaJhat the lower court inny, upon Its own motion, or .that of an .Interested .patty, have an appraisement of the estate mado at any tlmo after JO days frwn tho death of the decedent; that the tax In duo and payable at the death of the decedent; that if paid within nlno months' to dlrrount of five per cent 11 allowed, but niter 18 months 10 per tent interest la added, and a penalty of 20 per rent can be added for Iho benefit of the oirtccr collecting after 1$ mouths. Tho sheriff, collector, county attorney and judge of the county couM may Institute proceedings to collect tho inheritance) tax. Tho re.rc. nue agent can not have tho property listed, but under direction of the state Auditor may proceed to collect an In herltanco tax and collect the penal ties. Decreased Assessment. Tho State Hoard of Valuation and Assessment Its .action reconsidered ruing the franchise valuation of. the Western Union Tologrnph Co. It had fixed the total capitalization of the company at $1.0uU.00U. This It re duced to $700,000, which Is $200,000 less than tho assessed value for last year. Reduction In the gross receipts of tho company Is tho cause for the , action taken by the board. THE BURDEN. 32 Die IN TEXAS W. C. SPEER and J. 0. BEXTON, Editors and Proprietor. 100 ARK INJURED Hon. Items of Special Interest Our Rcadors ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CiSUJ.f postoOlce m ADVANCE. Plr. Cdml.U. D..t,ucti0a6f. of Z.phyr to iirounnoisl, Tr fury struck the .ii In tho eastein iH)t o'clock .Sd.r path of Heath and I two lilies and the ntiinVr o( Hod,,. B, Hill. , GLEANED FROM MANY SOURCES, Entered at the Illckman, Kentucky, second-class J mall matter. Joint Water Committee of Lexington City Council Agrees Upon a Water Contract with Lexington and Manufacturing Co, K"v I.evlnctnn Tim inini committee of the gyieral council ugrced upon a water contract between the-- city of I.exluc- ton and the Lexington llvdrnulle and Manufacturing Co.. controlline thn lo cal reservoirs nnd water mains. Tho company Is to furnish tho city free of cost for tiro and other mm mononAO gallons per annum for tho first ten years, 20.000,000 gallons the second ten years, and 25,000.000 gallons for the next five years. In excess of these quantities per annum the city is to pay tun cents nor one thousnnil ration.-!Consumers of water, other than the city, are to pay 25 cents per 1.000 gallons, and tho company lias tho privilege of addlntr 10 ner rent in nil bills remaining unpaid qn the tenth day,cf each month. 'wenty-five-ycar . atl , .i, ,; 1U 1 "M z'r')r "j"" " DAVIS PARK DEDICATED DtRTUPLACE OV CONFEDERATE CHIEFTAIN NOW A MECCA. Col. i!, , lnJure.lwlllK.ehfl,,, Bennett Young's Dedication Speech Ilend by Col. W. A. Milton. - Hopkins, ille, Ky.- One hundred ami hung one jeans ago, when war cloud low over tlir country, was born tlie first and only president of the Confederate State of America at lalnicw, in Chris-tiacount r, now Todd county, Kentiickr. In celebration of hi nutal an- niVcnuiry, and to dedicate and gise tKc public a a Confederate Memorial Park the Hirtion of k tho original farm which was recently pilrchal for that purpose, a crowd of people, estimated at licing from live to six tliouniul, catli crcd at r'ulrview Thursday, tinning the clement the peopta liegan the pilgrimage at an early hour. Overland travel i the only mean of reaching Fairvlew, and vehicle of every size, kind and decTlp- tion were brought into service. Not only did it seem .that the element conspired apiinet the occuslon, but at the last minute a telegram was received from who was to Col. Hennelt H. Yoiin-;- , liave delivered tlie address dedicating tlie memorial park site and preventing it to the public, statin;; that owing to important business he would bo unable to le present. Col. W. A. Milton of Louisville came in his stead and read with fine effect the speech which Col. Ymuig, had prepared for the occasion. Although the purchase of the site' for the park is a great step forward in carrying out the project, the work ha well begun. The seventeen acres tliat have been botight cost $7,300. but 510,000 more Is needed to beautify the park, build the memorial hall and carry out the plans that have been arranged. This- money mutt come from the gener-ou- s people of the country. only-bee- ore sllirhtlv hurt Nearly ilfij, tnotlshed. Ughtmng yard and .t.rted a , r"..llW destroyed one entire I ,., , effort were made t t, 1 ... . earn of tl. demanded all attentu a hand ar ti I, ,M ptead the alarm. In t . J" ' U"I ' J "J A , " Cl" ,i, '''f ' 'M t' . ttt U asl u 1 the storm with m.ie score of llrownwrsvi Ily daylight s.iir mi ,rwlnR , ,Sr ,,, sitr . " , . ' ,rt .....II.... ,L t hurried her sew.l , loded with pt..sKn jiu. J articles and f.iu rwm Two children were f 4tl itl, lt, miles out frum He Kr U a. . r- nfssry blown that distant FRANKFORT TO TAKE LEAD In Manner of Collecting Licenses from Fire Insurance Companies. Frankfort, Ky. Frankfort Is going to take the Itfad In the manner of col lecting licenses from Arc Insurance companies doing business In this city. which. If upheld by the courts, will revolutionize the license system In Kentucky and many of the states In the Union. An ordinance has been prepared providing for the collection of 10 per cent of the gross premiums, written as a license for doing business In Frankfort. It Is held that this sys tem will Impose no hardship on any company, and that each company will have to. pay an equitable amount of the business done for tho right to do business, and the increase In the rates, which have been sc frequent in this city, will mean the production of more revenue to the city. Under "tho present system there Is $10 collected annually from each of the 72 companies doing business In Frankfort, making a total of $720, but, as there TWO MEN SHOOT UP TOWN are In gross premiums collected an nually hero the sum of 173.000. the revenue will be Increased $7,000. near, Breathitt County Desperadoes Fire ly enough, to run the Are department One Hundred Shots. for the year. Jackson, Ky. A. S.Johnson, notorious SCHOOL DOOK COMMISSION Will Meet on June 12 and Will An nounce Successful Bidder to Furnish School Books. Frankfort, Ky. The state school book commission will meet In this city on Juno 12 and will announce tho suc cessful bidder for tho contract to furnish the school books to tho children of Kentucky for the next five years, and this contract will call for an expenditure of more than $3,500,000 be fore It Is carried out, or twice as much money as was used in building the new capital. Tho commission Is composed of Gov. Wlllson, chairman; Au ditor James, Treasurer Farley, Clerk of the Court of Appeals Adams, Secre tary of State limner, Atty. Ocn. Breathitt and Superintendent of Public Instruction Crabbe, secretary. Tho maximum price list to be charged, the samples of the books to be bubmltted REPORTS ON TRUSTS HILL TALKS OF WHEAT Kentucky Flashes' Louisville, Ky. The fifth annual convention of the Associated Advertis ing Club of America will be held: In Louisville, August 2S. 20 and 27. HERBERT KNOX 8MITU SUBMITS ENTIRE CROP WILL BE CON SUMED AT HOME. HIB OFFICIAL DATA. Commissioner Unabla to Complete Railroad Magnate Bay It Is tak to Bay th Markt Hi Investigations Owing- - to Wa Corntrcd, Shortness of Help. Washington. Mis Zephyr wer Costied ,u, klnJs, Ixxlles of dead annul, j u man being. The scene was Jim., d by the biimltg Imudhj,, lt4 cries of the wounded rost stsi, tli found of the rlemrn'a ahlcl Uixl a second storm. A- - Log romin(t tucujS , i, strewn streets was k.I)l wt lug to das our the cf sa ;fit Hudies were fouml twiitd i Dm Irs ery concr sslV ss,t NIi stalked the streets 'n.i' uir for their loved ones. U-J- iu i,,, Jsinjj I. President TaU got a from Herbert Knox Louisville, Ky. In t letter to Owen mith, commissioner of corporations, on Gathrlght, a prominent member of tho the I Mill of Kentucky Free Hides League, Sena- harvester ttrust, lnvetigatlon Into the cotton eirhancr, luni tor W. O. Uradley says ho will vote. to tier industries, water traniortatlou, to-keep the tariff on hides. : luirro trust and water puuer ctmnJI.U' rejort Tuesday on account of his having so Intimidated tlie officials of the llreathitt Circuit Court two years ago a to cause the sending of State troops to protect the court, it again on the warpth. Having quarreled witli Circuit Judge J. 1 Adam on account of a suit decided against him, he sought Judge Adams at his hotel, and a difficulty between the two men was only averted by the interference of friends. In company with Jako Xoblc, locally known an the worst "bad man" in Breathitt county, he started in to shoot up the town. After nearly a hundred rhots had been fired in and around Johnson's pool room, the marshals arrested Jake Noble, after overpowering him and knocking him In the head with a pistol. While the officer were struggling with Noble some of Johnson's friend took him home with the idea of trying to avoid the publicity of his being taken through the street to jail. The officers, however, later arrested Johnson, and he U now in jail. for the children and tho price to bo paid for them have been sent to the county commissions, and many of the AIR MAY BECOME POWER. county commissions huvc cast their Latest Invention of Motor by a vote In a sealed envelope that Is now In tho safe In the superintendent of Chicago Man. public Instruction's ofllce and will be Chicago. Automobiliiig without gasoopened on Juno 12. line, electricity or steam aerial navigation without ling dependent on the STATUE OF LINCOLN wind; boating without oar, steam, electricity or gasoline all these are within the realm of possibility If the Invention of a Chicagoan prove eipiat to hi He declare hi invention Kdvea the problem of ucrlal lllght. Should the inventor, John A. Wade, be ii lie to demonstrate the merit that he claim for hi machine, boulevard will nut see smoking eutomobilea year hence, for they will bo run by atmospheric pressure. That is the power nnd the only power that used in the Wade invention. The invention, in so constructed that if the owner vvaut to make, hi automobile ily up into the air instead of running on the ground, all he ha to do is to turn a lever. Unveiled at Hodgenville, In Presence of Klnipeople, Soldiers and Notables, Hodsenvllle. Ky. In tnc presence of Robert T. Lincoln, of Chicago, son of Abraham Lincoln; Mrs. Hen Hardin Helm, of Louisville, a Bister of Mrs. .Mrs. Waller H. Abraham Lincoln; Lewis, .Mrs. Helm's daughter, and other klnspcoplc of tho war president. S.00O Kcntucklaiu, union and confederate soldiers. Coy. Augustus K. Will-bo- p and Henry Watterson, a statue of ho martyred executive was unveiled n tho public square here. The atatuo u hemic In size and represents Lin It Is In coln In a sitting posture. bronzo and was made by Adolph Weln- niann of New York. Tho statue faces the main entrance of tho Larue coun ty courthouse and Is just three miles from the old farm where Lincoln was and where a marble hall Is being rected to encase tho log cabin In which Naucy Hanks gave birth to tho rugged boy who found Ills way to tho white house and saved tho union. Ky. Itepresentatlvo Frankfort, toulB W. Aruett, of Covington, re ceived the democratic; nomination for state senator. Although tho rare wan lose between him and Judge Walker Hall, there will be no contest. Lexington. Ky. Kxerclses In com memoration of the 40 years' service of Junu'8 Kennedy Patterson as president Druggists Even Dry. of the State University of Kentucky Ithaca, Mich. Kveii the druggists in wort hold In the Alumni hall. Judge this county havo gone dry. The county- James II Mulligan presided, and laud .t.,,..l.i' assuriation adoided a rco!u- atory ipeecheB wero made bv Gov wi prwrlt Wlllson and others tiou not to sell ll'iuor, ,twn. Wheat Shipped West. New York. Fur the first time in history, wheat ha been shipped back from New York to the West for consumption. Jtecent Inquiries liave been received from far away a Texas for New York red Already two boatload are en wheat. route from here to lluiralo, four more are loading, and some shipment have been made by rail. Reunion. Approve Meapoll.- - Telegrams from leaders of the (Irand Army and Confederate Veterans "H er H'" country are being by the Minneapolis Journal in apreunion proval of a campaign for of the blue and gray to bo held next year lu Washington Blue-Gray of infligtorsti Mr. Smith ha unable to complete all of the investiml- gations. Some of them are o Lexington, Ky. Robert S. Stradqr, yanred a to warrant partial report, of this city, has purchased from J.'W. and some publications are exttrd toon. Knight, of Provo, Utah, the saddln An Immense amount of data lias bern stallion Uolan Chief, and will exhibit (implied by the 130 examiners connect him at the Kentucky fairs this yeah ed with the bureau. This data is now being rollrtted by Mr. Smith. Lexington, Ky. The price of natural gas to consumers In Lexington. Win- ALASKA-YUKOFAIR'OPENED chester and Mt. Sterling was ralstd from 27 to 32 cents per 1,000 feet by (be Central Kentucky Natural Gas Co. James J. Hill Makes Opening Ad dress to Ortat Crowd. Seattle, Wash. The Lebanon, Ky. At the National cem reposition that coit S 10,000,- etery here tho principal address wus hleh was delivered by Col. T. Folk Johmon. of 000, and the first mhI of Louisville. Graves of several hundred turned exactly two years ago, was ofn- men who fell in the civil war wero dally opened at noon. 'Hie military pa' rade, the sjieeehes, President Taft' strewn with flowers. the magic repone all were carMlddlcsboro, Ky. Tho commissary ried out exactly a planned. When Jmiics J. Hill wa introduced, of the Virginia Iron, Coal and Coke Co, In thl city was burned. The lire orig- forty thousand person cheered, anil it several minute hr eould beinated In the electric wlrlne. It Is r thought. Tho loss was $20,000. with gin hi addres. The prigratii builder $10,000 Insurance. Richard Davie, an bad omitted to count on this ovation, employe, barely escaped with his life. and when President Taft pressed the golden key at noon lie touched nil the Frankfort, Ky. Tho month of May big t)nal gong and eut short HMiun this year establishes a record for col- Kestor tiennlirtloii. A striking feature of tin- - psrade was lections and whisky withdrawals her, for Deputy Collector Roberts reports the popular applause for the Japanese otal collections of $lCi,S0C.C3 on ISO.- - visitor of tin- cruiser A hi and Soya. Ordinarily The American oftlrrr enthusiastically 733.3 gallons of whisky. in May Is dull, but tho collections this applauded them, and by Japanese month uxceed that of April by $13,000. milder, but equally sincere matioii this w done uhen the A tiler Ira in passed. Frankfort, Ky. Gov. Wlllson w 111 ba Iho central llguro at the one and 1908 CROP 13,587,306 BALES anniversary of old Graham Springs noar Harrodsburg, July 2. Per Cent. Produced West Harrodsburg Is several years older Forty-Siof Mississippi River. than tho national Hag, and the citizens Memphis, Tenn. The finally revised will make tho celebration a meniorv figures for the crop of 190M, exiirefd ble occasion. bales and in in equivalent Lexington, Ky. Entries to $100,000 cluding lintrrs, show a total production worth of stakes for tho Kentucky Trot-tin- of 13,5K7,.10C lairs. This repreaenta an 1V07 of ,21 1,8 1 5 bale, 'or Horse Hreeders' association Octo- Increase rent. It I the third largest ber meeting closed. The paymenU to 10.4 the $21,000 Kentucky Futurity and crop ever produced, being exceeded only nominations to the Col. T. Colt 8'ake by the crop of IV0I and 1000, and it arc coming In good and strong, bu( 078,751 bale larger than the average entries to class events and two $5,000 crop of the lust five year. Of the total production in 1008, fi, handicaps have not uhown aa st'rongly..aji tho association 222,128 bale, or t.1.9 per rent., came from the territory west of tho Missisofficials had expected. sippi, while the tate east of the MisLouisville, Ky. Capt Madison M. kisipi contributed 7,3.15,178 bale; or Hurley, general Bouthern agent of tho M,I per cent. In 10O7 the state west Star Union Fast Freight Line and nno of the rher produced 42 er rent, of railroad men In Lou- the crop, ami those east 38 per cent,) of tho isville, dropped dead of heart dleease thik-- in 1000 the former refuted A3.2 In his oMlcc in the Columbia building. per vnit. and the latter 10.8 xr crnt. Ilesldea being a veteran of the civil The production rciiortcd for lexas, 3,- war Capt. Hurley was prominently 01.1,081 bale, Is the second largest re only by that of Identified with the Masons, being a corded, lx'lng member of the Do Molay Commandery. 1000, which wa 308,710 bale larger. Ho was G2 years old uud bud been with Thl statu showed a fulling off In 1007 of 44.9 per cent., aa compared with the Star Union for i0 years. 1008, but Increased It crop in 1003 , Iuicvlllo, Ky. A trlbuto of respect to Colin A. Davles. former suNteroti Want Rights. perintendent of tho Louisville and New York. Stikl application of con- Nashville, who died In this city April under stllutliinul right a guaranteed 14, was paid by the Hoard of Management of the Railroad Y. M. C A. when the fourteenth ameiidiiitnt, eipial eduand tho right to cational opportimltir resolutions wero passed. the ballot on the name terms with otjirr In every state in tho I'liion, Ludlow, Ky. P. O. Sechrlit, of this citizens among tlie more Important rerom place, assumed chargo a general mas- were incudatloii euilawllrd III the platform ter me chanic of the Queen & Crescent adopted nt the closing session of the narailroad. Mr Scchrlst gi minuted from tional negro imiferenco here Tuemlay, tho Ludlow tilth school when about IT A vus the case at tlio uiteruoou ses of ago and served as an spprr yiaia sion,, there was dlscutaioii of Pifslilent In the Ludlow shops. tier Taft' attitude toward the Muck ruan. N lg-ne one-thir- d x d g lcxlngtnn, Ky. A shipment of 125 thoroughbred brood mares from Kim- dorf farm, for tho Argentine Republic. is an made. The horses were shipped on a special train of eight cars. tion. The lurMU of corporations ha Wta at work on these itivrttlgatious for many month. Owing to a ihortage hn fr lr otr -'- - best-know- exit-die- Hodgtnville. Kv In tt s town not far from iti t ,4 j, d combat ia U 4.1s it War t t vitc. veiled Honda) a stal .e cf A ss u-coln. Standing In the s an Inspiration to the i.in iil;r i ki, s (veople, It fare points tb lia IJneoln farm, srsrr tire h...m ( ' to the thoilstals of l.ssi Ir e.. an U are yet to do homare to U vm f s'.---. his birth. The ceftir-..i(1st ' H tuiveiling werr m !e Ktnturky'a offleul anl rr a ul u r a c! a Ha present when Mrs " v ,Jfr toulstille, a close lent it coin, pullett the eurd tiut i Tpi IV drapery, shoeing the rnsrt e i kitting in chair, hi is the old, curewom. k ill miliar to the 'llc eft'- m re Srircl! tram froie IxJi t 1 TO BREAK OLD MAN'S WILL uthr point nearby $tn .tfv, r and by th time the cerer s J c:i Relatives of Rich Husband Attempt probatdy 3,000 ppl ; ti arouud the platform sur to Cut His Widow Out statue. Among those cn the j'.fa Mrs. Msry Crawford, Atlanta, ir H were (lor. Augustus f whose right to inherit the $0,000 r- Htnrv'Watterson, It- but T tat of Iirr late huslutul, Joshua II, Judge Ceorge Hurdle f rtr- - h ''J" Crawford, of Atlanta, I being contested lice of the Kentuclv I urt on the ground thill she got Crawford Induced him to marry her drunk and WILL TAFT NAME SEC80' while in that condition, Is daughter of (Sen. llrewster Savage, of Pennsyl- Ouestlca Ccmea Up to Presidcat u e vania. Mrs. Crawford is it young and colder of uceat, She wa In St. Aubeautiful woman. Washington. Presidrnt Ts' i last winter, and ther met gustine, KI ported, Is to have put ttr t: ' - t 1 Crawford, who went to that resort for the recorder of deed, vt t'.is r hi health. In January her nisrrlsje to fton wp. tt bo a negro, itefister Crawford wan announced, Crawford Uana-s- . now hokis the i U H wa 70 J far old, and stated he marroimnlMse i f irg-- i' ried Mis Savage lierause she knew- - how that v.f tlan the nrealdent and to anil biro. The couple returned to tloo. One of therirsr.sMw M Atlanta and soon afterward Crawford Thursday en the f Jt ' died of Indigestion, leasing his fortune ident to the yoiingjWlfe, Crawford's relatives WIFE hate filed a utt to break the wilt, mak- STOLE S30.000 FROM ing sensational charge against the widow. They allege that she formed a rratty Virginian Dupd by afconspiracy to wed Crawford for hi Burgtgu. poaed Natal money, and that she kept him drunk ' As mil. h s I ! ' a V.w York fur three weeks in St. Augustine, and, man, lint that much da I l? J tJ finally, while stupidly intoxicated, sin A. firmly as 1 defended h.m had the marriage ceremony r formed. ' in trouble. Just so tlrir.lv punish him If 1 rat. h t ir U AUTO RECORDS SMASHED. Mr.. Kdward Uid, o( that to say about hcrk"''.r ' Cars Climb 0,000 Ascent In I elates sho will stav t.r'd , ff Ue her into a "'';-'31 Minute, Stconda. -i I (uui is in 'in s WilkUirre, Pa. In the preat-nr'l of lTe I 41 ' oier 60,000 spectator. David Itruco Ilrown, in a power llenz car, smashed all recoid in the WllkesUsrrs Mr, tord, who was Sla'prrt , Auto Club' national hill climb up Oiant' Desjmlr Mountain, tho ' r; 1 fortun., m.d from a ix thousand feet III one minute 31 ' tablishuienl lu Norfolk seconds, or fl mVuiul fster than gp, she met Uud. j the previous record of rndn by I n.t him a. IT U:i Willie lliiupt In a big six Chadwick last -The Chjdwlck six, driven by He told me he w.s a ul rf ( J or. J'WW w. liirrelrr, which finished second, also navy, lie wa r ,p broke the recoid, coierlni; the course in learned very ipiukly to rr married at once li.lO and De Paluia In u Fiat, cama in " I latrr founa ed so. third in l:id Mrs. Cunro was to ha git en an uuof filial trial up the hill inony waa bogu. in the Knox giant, hut as Chairman r,w A( i , s,ui.Snow in r.i -(lower to disqualify the car ' ft i.u! Col.-T, ,w from all race If she wa allowed to fell iu this city Menu" drive It, the trial was not held. latest snowfall ewr rcc1' ' Koids File Demurms. Mnr fefTrron City, Mo. lite additional Ran On Middies 4 road (lied demurrers to the Information Mi.UT.lt Wushlnut 7 IU" of Attorney ticneral Major in the suit rK -t v te ny vsnien lie eeka tu fifteen Mis ll,..ir fi.Lir V i' souri trunk line ousted from the Stat ; a''' ' rJ?H for alleged violation of the Missouri ll, Vasal Acttdeuiv '1 lilt r anti-ratlaw. Tho Frisco, Jtock Island, erulao at e r be ii ' pi Kansas City Southern, St. touts, Kansas regulations ,u ,.e lent Taft. Swretarv f' and Colorado and the Chicago, Milwautt1nin Inst kee uml St. Paul avslems art) the defend ...r...... tut n'i ant. Their plruding rorreKid with drr had we ii. after 11".; ' . tne demurrer filed by the Chicago und midshipmen, ' sho"'i ' th goetliuH' c Mien ami the bt. Louu and Southwest -sea rlenco at ern, of tteir wtabllihiucnta Seattle. Vsh. J. ,1. Jlill. chairman of thn tirat Northern board of directors, disruosliig the rerent wheat corner, said "It ! a mistake to say James A. Pattou esirnrred the wheat uiarltt. Here Is intrcdy a rase of a man taking advantag but a of an opportunity. It has few star sine It ssH rslitnatrd that the rrg consumption of wheat per annum In this country was sit bushels, but now the experts argue that it Is Men bushel 'and some pound. The rensu of 1910 will show that We have a width will population of 00.000,000. mean that we will require for our own V use 030,000,000 bushel hereafter. raise now probably DSU.OOO.OOO Iniahels of wheat in the UnitsJ State with gixsl crop mud It ion. This will leas us but 30,000,000 bushel surplus for riport, while, In the past we hate exported up ward of ISO.OOO.OOO bushel per year So you can we we will need all our wheat to feed our own Jieople." LINCOLN STATUE UNVEIIEB Mrs. Ban Hardin Itslm Pu.isStr.ir srepping Drspsrr . tn hm-a- wj I's ;. V ' )'" "'t-- '"' 3-- fi Ft it ll m 1 e 3 a 3-- i' thii-atene- iA-hllle- wo "1 lio tl I e tr -- ..,. 1" .V v. " zjr7avJn OCTAVE C0PrR.GHTlO7 fectly honest 8uch words, Warne-bolexplained later to Mrs. Winter, coming from Keatcham, might be re garded almost as extravagant com; mendatlon. "Your cousin's fortune Is made," he' pronounced, solemnly; "he can get Atkins' place, I make no d tamjv T-HANET .SOB&3-nBRR.IL- L Co looking at the garden faintly colored by the moonlight, while his mind was plying back and forth between half a dozen contradictions. He went over the night of the at tack on Keatcham; he summoned every look, every motion of Janet doubt" Smith; In one phase of feeling he Mrs. Winter thought that Mercer cudgeled himself for a wooden fool was a very valuable, man. who had been absolutely brutal to a "Only nlways so melancholy; I've defenseless woman who trusted him; been afraid ho had something serious he bated himself for the way he would It's not see her when she looked toward tho matter with his digestion. these abominable quick lunches that him; no wonder at last she stiffened, aro ruining tho health of all our steady and now sho absolutely avoided him! young men, I don't know but they Hut, In a swift revulsion against his nro almost as bad as chorus girls and own softness, he was Instantly laying lalo suppers. Well, Mrs. Winter, I'm on the blows as lustily because of his afraid we shall not have another Incredible, credulity. How chance at bridge until I see you In absolutely slmplo tho thing wasl Sho New York. Hut, anyhow, wo stung cared for this scoundrel of an At tho colonel once and with Miss Smith kins who had first botrayed his em playing her greatest game, too. Pity ployer and then tried to murder him to Very likely they had been half en ho can't Induce Mr. Koatcham play; but bo never touches a card. gaged down there In Virginia; and he hardly over takes anything to drink, had crawled out of his engagement; doesn't like smoking especially, takes It would be quite like the cur! Later a cigarette once In a while only, never he found that just such a distinguished. plays the races or bets on the run of charming woman, who had family and the vessel positively such Icy virtue friends, was what ho wanted; It would gives an ordinary sinner the cramps! be easy enough for blm to warm up Very great man, though, Mrs. Winter, bis old passion, curse him! Then, he and a man wa are all proud to follow; had met her and run In a bunch of he may be overbearing; and he doesn't plausible lies that had convinced her praise you too much, but somehow that he had been a regular angel In you always havo the consciousness plain clothes; hadn't done a thing to that he sees every bit of good work Cary or to her. Atkins was such a you do and Is marking It up In your smooth devil! Winter could Just picfavor, and you won't ba the loser, ture him whining to the girl, putting Thero Is no question he has a hold on his life In tier hands and all that rot: bis associates; but ho certainly Is and making all kinds of a tool of her not what I call a genial man." why, the whole hand was on the Only on the day of his departure did board! So sho was ready to throw young Arnolds lan them all overboard to save Atkins Warnebold, In guage, "loosen up" enough to te.ll from getting his feet wet. That was Arnold and the colonel a vital Incident why she looked so pale and haggard of The night of the attack a telegram a morning sometimes, In spite of that was sent to Warnebold In Keatcham's ready smiles of hers; that was why her confidential cipher, directing tho cam' eyes wero so wistful; she wasn't a palgn against Tracy to bo pushed false woman and she sickened of her hard, ordering tho dumping of some squalid part. She loved Aunt Kebecca big blocks of stock on the market and and Archie all the same, she would arranging for their dummy purchasers. turn them both down for him; while Tho naming of Atkins as the man In as to Ilupert Winter, lato of the United charge was plausible enough, presume States army, a worn-ou- t lame, elderly A They Peered Into the Dusky Space Below. Ing there had been no knowledge of Idiot who had flung away the profesthe break In his relations with Kcatclr sion ho laved and every chance of a may Iiir at and not move; but pren am. Tho message was couched In future career In order to have his SYNOPSIS. your foot on a certain itone, tho wholo Keatcham's characteristic crisp phrase hands free to keep her out of danger f-- r rprtt at Harvard where Col. dial awlnm round on a coucealed turn- - ology. Hut for the receiver's knowl whero wero thero words blistering. -- r I M A.. Mattlnr. aw llH jl -- ri In garases. puppy-aoenougn ior tabln such louyi ai ro rs Mfreer. lie t'irl'tr of the dead ml Cary you know. a they have no difficulty edge of tho break and but for the this point in sucnJealous Imaginings the M You will havo conversation, It previous r his student. Chicago. In T jrt latfr In In Undine tho right itone. because an had reached Tho associates patn In him goaded him Into motion; Cary llereer i v. - r rerhvar,ikidnap Arrhle. the Inscription runs round tho dial; 'Mai of Keatcham Its mark. wero puzzled. Tho hands ho began furiously pacing the room, In ar.1 and in gain poaclon of valo tarde que tiunc.i;' and tho stono were tho hands of Esau, but the votco although his lamo leg. which ho had A a Winter's million. A Ulu I I. directly opiMMlto 'nunca.' When you was the voice of Jacob. There had been using remorselessly all day, was a ir a u t rnu nrl apparently .; (real nnanclal macnata hare moved away your dial you will been a hurrlod consultation Into which sending Jabs and twists of agony a : J V e Irain on which Col Win-ta- r telepbono through him. Dut after a ltttlo he aA n Mill Bmllh sco a Rcntly Inclining tunnel, high the second If I .1 Winter learned that th enough for a man to walk In without from San Francisco broke like halted again before the casement la Kdwln K. Keatcham. rJ W a.'-by Ar hi, elaverly frua-- t stoonlnc. wldo cnouch for two, and thunderclap. It decided the hearers to window. M a ' M up (Mi lb" train. He look much better ventilated than tho New keep to their Instructions and disre Tho wide, darkening view; the c I') Mm Smith. dcaplle her York subway. That tunnel leads to a gard the cipher dispatch. nar plat great, silent city with Its myriad Archl inratert-i' Frlaro. t t; reared inhnlel eauaedHlnod Infor secret door opening; directly Into tho "And didn't you send any answer?" lights; the shining mist of the bay; r at the farheard cellar, so skillfully contrived that it tho colonel asked. with their sheer, straw- nthe Th lad'a voice. lflpl ,n however, ami a mln-- t looks like an titf This door Is "Oh, certainly; wo had an nddress colored streaks through tho forests la'er a vole of Mlaa thai tho fir" f ' nn'i ami a datertlva aot only a few fcot from the shaft to put given, tho Palaco hotel, Mr. John 0. and vineyards; the Illimitable depths n'r ml- I - I empl, nianalon owned br patio. We havo found a bolt and violet sky all these We wired Mr. Makora In of Makers. ArThey were Harvard graduate. touched his fevered mood with a sudan fi,i nlon within. Mtrrer It on (his entrance, but there wasnt clphor: 'Dispatch received. Will ist rv: t l iiiitiJ M'lnlrr Dial Aruhla any before; nor did any ono In tho tend to It, I signed. And I wired to den calm. His unrest was quieted, as ' "I o colonel aw a tlalon honso know of tho socret passase." re- c'r tho manager of the hotel to notice the ono' whose senses aro cooled by a runto auppoaedly haunted M vrr Mm Janel Hmlth. Col. The colonel went on to say that on man who took tho dispatch. It wasn't ning stream. W: r f admitted that h loved You southerner!" ho up Jin 8 II r r told Winter that questioning tho architect ho averred a man. It was a lady." e r.arhranl plana for a roup tho "A lady?" braided himself, "don't get up In tho aaj - ttn kUnapisJ On of Jdarrcr'a that ho had nover mentioned frl. J "Yes. sho had an order for Mr, nlr without any renl proof!" rtri: tho boy to hla aunt secret pnssafio to his knowledge ex! M Ut a raltd for apwifna; an vlifn cept Almost in the flitting of the words that very recently, only a few Makers' telegrams. Mr. Makers gave rjr lata m th ollre atallon to 'r ronrraam days before, at a dinner, ho had barely tho order. Mr. Makers himself only through his brain he snw her. Tho i w a soni ir a 'r drtalhliiaT Kmtcliam. alluded to It; and onn of tho gentle- stopped ono night and went away In white gown, which was her constant J; " ' J I .a I f atorr. rlatlnr how "s : trj hla ioun.lrl arflary, men present, an easterner, had asked tho morning and nobody seemed to rea wear In the sickroom, defined her fig M3 a1 r lnd Mn. the bldw kllllnc ure cjearly against a clump of Japan Ii ' J!r r raa hoUInc him prlaon-- " him whero be got a man to innko such member him particularly; bo was . r ' ' ai h iouM not Bet control a contrivance It must tako skill. Ho nondescript sort of party. Their purplish red foliage " ' f ' " tle pt project of had mentioned tho name of tho work ?!' "Hut the lady?" Tho colonel's mouth rustled; and an unseen fountain bet f I la colif friend. Knilloolt man. Tho colonel had hunted up tho felt dry. Tur- yond mado a dellcato tlnklo of water a n ii,o, aw ArehU In a 1 TKl mrn Thin h vanlaliisl mentioned, only to tlnd that 'Tho lady? Sho was tall, flnb figure, splashing a marble basin. Her face ll t d In an auto Into tha Chlnraa artisan by th um of a mvatrliua ho had left town to tako a Job some- well dressed, dark hair, the telegraph was hidden; only the moonlight gently ft ' ':pay any drew tho oval of her cheek. Sho was tirnainnt aha --.an Innurntlal aecurril a where; no ono sooined to know whero. girl thought, but she didn't ' Chinaman f" special attention. Sho had a very standing still, except that ono foot was in, rcturnrd. Archie Of roiirao ho had Inquired of everyMa alory. Alklna. for- - body. The nnme of the easterner was pleasant, musical voice." groping back and forth ns if trying to t ar ta Knairhain. nlng hla M "That doesn't seem to bo very .dell find something, Hut, as he looked, his fol Winter and Tracy Atkins. i"r ' faco growing tender, she knelt on the If K'"'",'n."liauntnl houae." They "Atkins," cried Warnobold, at this nlte," remarked the colonel, with apparrnlly atahbeU to a'.. sod and pulled something out of tho K i lam crooked smile. aa not deud. how- - turn of tho narrative, "Kcatcham'B i. " I l"irnn on III BITnr, secretary! W'hyo's tho boldent and It didn't look like a clew to Wnrne-bold- , ground. This something sho seemed tMi'C hla arllona auplcloua . cither; but ho was convinced of to dust off with her handkerchief on hla cult and slyest scoundrel In tho United States! J'1. 35f r Milllrrnt Mnlvlll. In Iri. lit atiirted a leak In Kcatcham'a olflco ono thing, namely: That It would pay ho could not sco tho object, but ho ahaod. revralrd that alifl Bi could sco tho flutter of the handker i: n "leak" la Alklna. that mado him a couple of hundred to watch tho Srr lid thrmaelvr at Alklna thousands and lost us a million nud "And." chuckled hef 'there's a cheer chief; nnd when sho rose the whlto 'am aaaault. I'nknonlnRly might l ad made Uornflf a tool hao lost us moro If Mercer ful sldo to tho affair. Atkins Is loaded linen partly hid tho thing In her hand. for i i rma in aiovka. hadn't got on to htm. Keatchnm to tho guards with short contracts Only partly, becauso when sho passed wouldn't bellovo ho had been dono to and tho Midland Is booming: It the nround tho terrace wall tho glow from CHAPTER XV. Continued. full tho extent ho was at first you know rise continues, ho can't cover without an electric lantern, In an arch, fell ua r - Initantly oxpri)cd tho old limit hates to own to any one's losing about all ho has. By tho way upon her and burnished a long, thin doIro ife Mdjen way. the colonel led getting tho better of him; It's tho ono wo got another wlro later In the day blade of steel. Ho looked down on her from his "m - (hP IiaUo 0 waIke,, to tl0 strouk of vanity I've over bcei ablo to demanding what wo wero about, what chamber; and suddenly she "UfrJ r.lumn which oiico before discover In him. Otherwise, bo's cold It all meant that wo hadn't obeyed In 'ifti'd him. ho proateil n con and kcon as a raxor on a frosty morn- structlons. Sauio address for answer. looked up straight at tha windows of , where she thought ho was Mnd,r . . ",lK nower; "'0 boWly curved Ins. Ho was convinced enough, how- This tlmo wo thought wo had laid a tho room and smiled a dim, amused, ricj In.tnatly, tho on, over, (P dlschargo Atkins; tho next nlco trap. Hut you can't reckon on a aleeplug; J, sho sped i ino columns swutiB rs n nows I had, )io was trying to send him hotel: somehow, beforo we got warn weary, tender smllo. Then nnd tho Hilt KU'lnir A. k to thq pun. Oave lis Instructions how lug. Mr. Makers had telephoned for his by, erect and light of foot; fce iliisk ' deep shadow of tho great gateway ipnco holow. tbu colo-l:- to gut tho evidence. No allusion to his dispatch aud got It." took her. All ho could see was the haj put down hU nrm, past confidence In tho fellow, simply "Whero did ho telepbono from lawn; "moonlight on tho blulBh-greeBn c"Me luUnn nnd tho tho orders us It wo know all the llt,. "From his room In tho I'alnce, preliminaries, WdnderfUl man, Mr. iKMjai'd tuo Bhuft, roronllnt "I thought ho had given up bis and tho whlto electric light on tho rubber-tree- s gleaming and dusty room?" J5 ?!oua ludJcr of cleats fitted Into Keatcham. Col. Winter." f 1 .'lull's "Ho had. Hut somebody telephoned palms. "Very," agreed tho colonel, dryly. ' Here Ho sat down. Ho clasped his hands laid the to tho telegraph office from somcwhero "l a Ily this tlmo tho v fen; the natloooloncl, collar. tocret man of finance wero,warrior and tho In tho hotel and got Mr. Makers' wire, over his knee. Ho whistled softly a to tho on easy terms. Tho "KMVn,,i Hitlo boyond the patio Wnrnubold remained thrco days. Ho-- You can get pretty much everything little Spanish air. He laughed very gently. "My dear llttlo girl," said be, .H u wy dow 'ro'n tho yrd foro he left tho pntlcnt had been pro except a moderate bill out of a hotel." t' ar 1 Cftn li'ckly show you, nounced out of danger and had ro "I see," said tho colonel, and lin "I am going to marry you. You may li v , i murvlved enough to give some succinct mediately In his hoart compared him bo swindled Into helping a dozen I).. "k you." renllnil WnmnlinM business directions. Mercer hnd been self to tho Immortal "blind man;" for derers; but I am going to marry you!" . a A Ittnn nf ..ll l rout ta look out for tho content deul; his wits appeared to htm to bo trampCHAPTER XVI. ing round futlloly In a maze; no near !: ' r ro''1rt "t will tiUo your per. and Keatcham appeared u lltllo The Real Edwin Keatcham. t:trirnceliutcad." and bright? when ho was told er tho exit than when tho tramp began, Ouo Sundny after Mrs. Molvlllo Winu win bo out Into tho (hat Mercer wim on his way. Tlint night after Wnruebold had de Puerto, 1,8 1 w" h you whore "Ho wilt put It through If It can bo parted, leaving mot effusive thanks ter and Archie came to Casa , 1 I'Taoia cum in a put," bo said suld weakly to Warne- - nnd expressions of confidence, Wlutor Mr. Keatcham sent for tho colonel. siasJlll 0, It0ne 1at yQU bold; bo s moderately smart ouu pur- was staudlus at bu window auientiy There was nothing unusual in such a g e II 7 rV7 -- MMMMZi&JiG A -- ZA I' ZA ?Jj I VM W1L 1 I FttW n g BUI, . ffl- -aJ J I II -- 1 K ) 'JfS .... I "Col. Winter, I Must Beg You. Not to Again." Lt Those Persons In the Room j't summons. From the beginning of his illness ho had shown a curious. Inexpressive desire for the soldier's company. He would have him sit In the room, although too weak to talk to him, supposing bo wished to talk, which was not at all sure. he faltered j " to his nurse; Sometimes Winter would be conscious that the feeblo creature In the face, was bed, with the bluish-whitstaring at him. Whether the glassy eyes beheld his flguro or went beyond him to unfinished colossal schemes that might change tho fate of a continent, or drifted backward to tho -stricken home, tho ferocious toll of and the unending Keatcham's youth on tho Pacific slope, the dim gaze gave no clow. All that was apparent was that it was always on Winter, as ho curled his legs under r his chair, wrote or knitted his rows of playing-cards- . At tho very first, Keatcham's mind had wandered; he used to shrink from Imaginary people who were In the room; ho would try to talk to them, distressing himself painfully, for ho was so weak that his nurses turned his head on tho pillow; ho would feebly motion them away. In such nberra tlons ho would sometimes appeal, in a changed, thin, childish voice, to tho pioneer woman who obscure, had died while he was a lad. "Mother, I was n good boy; I always got up when you called me, didn't I? I helped you Iron when the other boys were playing mother, pleaso don't let that old woman stay and cry here!" Or he would plead: "Mother, tell her, say you tell her I didn't know her son would kill himself I couldn't tell ho was a damn coward, anyhow excuso mo, mamma, I didn't mean to swear. but tbey mako mo so awful mad! There was a girl who carao, sometimes, from whoso presence he shrank; a girl ho had never seen; nor, Indeed, had ho over known In the flesh uny of tho shapes which haunted him. They hnd lived; but nover had his Nevertheless, eyes fallen on them. their prcsenco was as real to him as that of tho pooplo about him whom he could hear and touch and ceo. It did not tako Winter's Imagination long to pleco out tho explauntlon of these ap parttlons; they were specters of the characters In those dramas of ruthless conquest which Mercer had eulled out of newspaper "stories" and affidavits and court reports and forced upon Keatcham's attention. Miss Smith helped blm to the solution, although hor own Ignorance of Morcor's moth od was puzzling. "How did ho ever know old Mrs. Ferris?" she said, "Ho called hor Ferris and he talks about hor funny dross sho always did wear a queer llttlo basque and full skirt ntt er.all the world went Into blouses but bow did be evor como across hor? They had a place on the James that bad been In tho family 100 years and hnd to lost) on account of the, Tldowa ter; aud Nelson Ferris blow bis bralu e povertyself-denibrow-ovetoll-wor- ltlce. e -- ar c rta-'-- r foot-hill- s 1 t. ' star-sow- 'Don't you know how?" asked th colonel. "Well, I'll tell you my guess sometime. Wh6 is tho girl who seems to make him throw a fit so?" "I'm not sure; I Imagine It is poor Mabel Hay; there wero two of thorn. sisters; they made money out of their Tidewater stock and went to New York to visit some kin; and they got scared when the stock fell and the dividends stopped; and they sold out at a great loss. They never did corns back; they had persuaded all their kin to invest; and the stopping of th dividends made It difficult for some of the poor ones Mabel said she couldn't face hor old aunts. She went on the, stage in New York. She was verr pretty; sho wasn't very strong. Anyway, you can Imagine the end of th story. I saw her In the park last win ter when Mrs. Winter was in New York; she turned her faco away poo Mabel!" Through Janot Smith's knowledge) of her dead sister's neighbors, Winter got a dozen pitiful records of the wreckago of the Tidewater. "Mighty A- ' rt rfr Interesting reading," plum-trees- '' - ' , ' let -- i ' i i - k. 1 grimly, "but hardly likely to make the man responsible for them stuck oa himself!" Then ho would look at that drawn face on the pillow and listen to the babblings of the boy who had no childhood; and the frown would melt off his brow. Ho did not always talk to bis mother when his mind wandered; several e times ho addressed an invisible. as "Helon" and "Dear," with an accent of tenderness very strange on those inflexible lips. When ho talked to this phantasm he was never angr or distressed; his turgid scowl cleared; the austere lines chiseling his cheeks nnd brow faded; ho looked year younger. But for the most part, It was to no unreal creature that he turned, but to Col. Ilupert Winter. He would address him with punctilious civility, but as one who was under some obligation to assist him, saying, for instance, "Col. Winter, I must beg you not to let those persons In tho room ngaln. They annoy me. But you needn't lot Mercer know that. Please attend to it yourself, and get them away. Miss Smith says you will. Explain to them that when I get up I will investigate their claims. I'm too sick nowl" pre-euc- he thought 1 (TO I1B CONTINUED.) u A , a friend, and among tho places of Interest shown was the pit mouth. Seeing the cage lowered with the stout steel rope, the friend exclaimed: "My I shouldn't llko to go down wordl there on that rope." "Why," ex. claimed the miner, "Aw wadna Ilk to gang doon there wlthoot It!" London News. Cannot Boll Her. New York physicians aro worried, because of a hospital tnmato who ha been disseminating typhoid germs fjr 450 days, as it Is against the law (4 boll ltA New York stata From Bad to Worse. miner in Scotland was visited by 'I .J''1,' vine.-fulle- - out" - We failed to state last week in an article under the caption ol "The Railroad Proposition'1 that the figures submitted were compiled by the railroad company and not by us. It was not our intention to comment on the value of the property involved, but merely to relate the facts con cerning the probability of the road stopping in East Hickman, and the disadvantages naturally following. We still hold our original opinion that they will stop in East Hickman unless they get asmallerprice on the rightof-waOf there course would be no justiceinlndivldualprop-ert- y owners making a sacrifice for the city's interest ; but its up to the citizens to bear a proportional part of a legitimate price should the interest involved appear to them to justify it. Several of those owning property along the proposed have told the Courier that when the present option given the railroad company expires they will cot grant another option. Another good business man takes the view that if the railroad does stop in East Hickman, another road will come In from the west as a result, thus benefitting the town. Time alone will tell what the out co me will be, and all we are interested in is the best interest of Hickman and her people. y. right-of-way -- .. m i mmi 1. ii. . -1 m A. A. 1. aa mm Hum Il.lll. ill i. 1. Ull.l. til i. til ia i. lAiiii. laaaaaaaaa aaaaa Ill 1a i. 11,1 i The reception tendered Miss Icte Hale Monday evening by Miss Reneau, announcing her marriage to Mr. Henry Sanger, to take place on Wednesday evening, was one of enjoyment and success The large porch was throughout. made light as day and cozy with The progressive every comfort. games of Rook and "500," were The played with keen interest. score cards were unusually unique, pen and ink sketches of Cupid, arrows and pierced hearts, finished in gold, with the initials "H" and "S" joined and painted in gold During the progressive games, Reo punch was served. An interesting feature of the evening was a large heart pinned on the wall covered with heads of men. The guests were given tiny red hearts, and blindfolded, pinned these hearts on the heads on the big heart, the selections causing much merriment. Ices and maccaroons were relished. Es-tel- le The Alumni reception tendered the graduates of Hickman College was had Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Henry Amberg. The graduates, Miss Lillian Choate, Louise McConnell, Nell Bondurant, Mar guerite Fuqua, Rose Campbell, and Mr. frank bmith, were in the receiv ing line. As the guests arrived, Reo. Punch was served in the dining room. The rooms were beautifully decorated in cut flowers, potted plants, and the College Colors, blue and gold, giving a beautiful effect. A geographical contest was an inter csting and amusing feature of the evening. Music by the East Hick man string band gave the finishing touches, and the entire evening was one to be long remembered. Refreshments of cream and cake were served. The special revival services at the Christian church are growing in interest and numbers. The son? service each evening at 7 :45 led by Miss Ellen Young, of Hopkinsville, Ky., is full of spiritual enthusiasm. Miss Young also is training a class in singing every day at 10 a. m. All boys and girls from 8 to 16 are specially invited to come. This is an opportunity seldom offered. Let every parent in HicKtnan urge the children to come. Those who learn to sing hymns well while young are not likely to get into jail when they are older. These lessons are free to all, Parents come and bring your childrin and help them sing; you will be welcome. M. L. Blaney, Pastor. Folks are beginning to take notice ofthis section as an alfalfa producer. A genteleman from Louisville was here this week getting prices from our growers on car load lots deliverHe ed in Louisville and Nashville. wanted the entire surplus, and was willing to pay a good price. We are unable to learn the number of cars engaged for fall delivery. This is indeed a quiet week in Farmers are busy with Hickman. their crops, and a large number of our citizens are 'either in Memphis or on the lake fishing. In view of this, and the extreme warm weather rendering the Courier force "physically tajpHjfesed," the paper is just half tHWp size this week. Miss Mary Temple Burnett celebrated her eleventh birthday at her home on Troy avenue, May 27th, and entertained 28 of her little lady friends. Refreshments of cake and cream were served. Edna Stoltz, of Sturgeon, Mo., Esom Roper and out-of-to- Rush and Ethel Roper were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Adams and Mr. Adams' mother, Mrs. Adams, left Sunday night for Birmingham, Ala., for a few weeks' visit. Mrs, Adams, Sr., has been visiting the family of H. W. Graves and family. Dry Batteries at Cotton & Adams. Boyd Ross was in Union City SunClarence Henry is on the sick list Mid-Summ- er day. this week. Motion pictures every night at the Change of Program every night reLyric. at the Lyric. C H. Moore wants your grocery Everything in groceries Betters- trade. worth & Prather. The Choicest ProKEO best drink on the market T. H. Russell is visiting relatives ductions of the MatCowgill's. In LeFollette, Tenn. ter Makers. Heath was on the sick list Mrs. D. F. Morgan is painting his resi this week. in East Hickman. dence Here Genuine Dutch Tea Rusk at C. Miss Swan Naylor is visiting Moore's. H. in Covington, Tenn., this week. Arch DeBow spent Sunday in A choice line of bottled and can Newbern, Tenn. & ned goods at Bettersworth Jas. C. Newton sells goods for cash or produce. Suits cleaned and pressed phone Hern Brown is spending a few No. 84. Work collected and deliverStriking novelties in SHIRTS and FINE FURNISHINGS, including days at State Line. ed in the city. all of the latest unusually effective things in NECKWEAR, are Miss Sallie May Plummer visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Travis re- aweiting the judgment of your inspection. tururned Sunday night from a short in Mayfield, Sunday. visit to Trenton. Do you wear pants? Have See Clarence Corum for Com- - Schmidt, the tailor, to make them mecial-Appea- l, Post Dispatch and , Miss Arnie Lee Brown is spend Nashville American. ing the week with relatives in the Ladies tailored suits and skirts country. pressed called for and delivered. Have you ever tried the genuine At Memphis This Week. Cayce. Notice to Teachers. Phone 84. Schmidt. Dutch Tea Rusk? Ask C. H. Moore I'eyce It on a l.ni r.ow it, Hickman and vicinity was well teachers un The first election of W. E. Allen purchased, this week, about it. Ui. fount. I Mlaa IjMtna Itjir.. .)alt.l der the New School Law will be represented at the Confederate rethe S. H. Bassett residence in West WANTED 100 cords of four-foheld Saturday, June 26. On that union at Memphis this week. Among Hickman, paying $375. wood for brick yard, at once. W. HwJ XUtJet.lt Wall mailed day the Division Board in each Edu- others, we note the following nan, Mvvraldeyi latt eckfrltadiu 1 Master Raymond Schmidt, of Un A. Dodds. Mm. Itutb tUoyt and Mitt Kit Mi.l cational Division will meet for the ion City, is the guest of his brother, wwtjw luurauei tui(Bf I Garence Corum delivers the Com consideration of applications and S. L. Dodds and family rrant tn returnedbeburnt Frtlu tnJ1 Carl Schmidt, and wife. and the election of teachers for the un mercial Appeal, ellndon. Ky where bt.Ura Dr. S. K. Davidson .1 fL u 11.... ....i c Miss Marie Brevard spent a few Nashville American. graded schools of the county. Ap Wm. Stoker ... 1 Uhlldren'a Iter aertir. at iwi-t.days this week with Miss Adrian plications for positions in said schools Stubbs Dr. J. O. NOW IS THE TIME to try a Heveralof our rill. . I. fi i..i ...t,tl Brevard near Union City. must be filed with the secretary of W. C. Bowden pair of Dr. Gau's cushion-sol- e Meiiiphle. Tenn., where iscj ui,l1 the Will Huff the Board of the Educational Divis Just received a car of Hay Bale shoes. Millet & mylor. Mra.Uicy Joneiand L W'.d Mtiattil ion in which a position is sought. Neighbors and children Mrs N. K. Ties bought right will be sold We were in error last week in A Ben F. Wilson The Educational Divisions of Ful ... . i (11 l right. Hickman Hardware Co. V.. I... ,cu iinuj ... saying that W. R. King had sold his t,tm E. N. Sansom ton county are formed of sub-di- s johnaou left Monday for lajtinru art Iml restaurant to C. B. Wright. Miss Annie Sbarron Persons indebted to Jas. C. New.ill tricts as follows : .miviuilinliton met iTiail.e., aldurlu J II b a mi W. A. K'l Mrs. Jas. Housley and children Jno. T. Dillon ton by note or account, are requested frii lau fr.it. . 1 Krldar. when an EDUCATIONAL DIVISION NO. 1. ... . t, i r. . I ma.hlntf II t .1 . .... Roy Waters will leave tonight for Nashville, to to call and settle at once and save In aetera! tlrcr. in ttitmUjuair,'! bouet Rock Springs, Col. H. Buchanan cost. visit relatives tor several days. Woodlawn, Gen. H. A. Tyler Ben Hertwick and wife, and Miss Dorena. Pay cash for Ice Coupon Books Taylor, Miss Marie Brevard Savannah Eaker left Sunday for and save ten per cent on your ice Palestine and Brown Consolidated Ilryant It In MempkU tbla ant R. B. Brevard J. It. Memphis to attend the account. Hickman Ice fir, Coal School, The (anient are louim Dee titt ui A. M. DeBow ralnt. and visit relatives. Liberty, Mrs. Alice Amberg KverjUalylt hu.lllnf boa abiHllla' Bettersworth Sc Prather are now McFadden, relnlntf. Mrs. Paul Davis, who has been sole agents for Sanspareil dour; T. F. Benton Iter. Metbeny will prtteh tt Ivuluni Lodeeton. spending a few days with Mrs. M. every sack and every barrel guaran Miss Alex Adams Hunday. Applications for the above schools MUle John l1ekett.ol Hl.kmtn.liiUi'.l W. C. Johnson. r. isayior, lett yesterday tor ner teed. Inn raiatuet bere. should be sent to T. O. Copeland, home in Jackson, lenn. Xewland lalmer. of II lei into. nU Mil LOST: Silver case knife with Secretary, Crutcbfield, Ky. Uay with ilur Hall Will Have Big Shoot Don't forget that the Imperial" ivory handle (between Hickman and Mr. A. I. Mclede ot to HKtuJ EDUCATIONAL DIVISION NO. 2. is the snappiest and most stylish Mud Creek bridge.) S. L. Doddr president of the Hick Halurday, tbopplnn. Return to this lluriu, attt I Mr a. Mad.lui and Edmiston, 52-2- c line of ladies oxfords and pumps to office reward. man Gun Club, announces that a Hlrkinau. Monday. ton Cayce, be found in the city. Millet & Nay- big shoot, lasting two days, will be dewberrlee It the chief owrl Ilcklnc Mrs. D. B. Wilson left yesterday Rural, tor. pulled off in this city on July 12 and lion or tome init week.MtrrU KtUtr ml Mlatet rarelre and for Morgantown, W. Va., to spend Simmons, 1J. to lllokman.Haturday We are paying you the cost of about three weeks with her sister Rush Creek, This will be one of the biggest collectionby selling an Ice Coupon Mrs. Anderson. Roper, events in Hickman this seaeon. Christian Church Strvko. Book at a ten per cent discount from Haiti Dell, Right now is the the time to get Hundreds ot visitors are expected to the face, for cash. Hickman Ice & Sundav 9 :4S a m.. Eitra SuoJd Applications should be sent to Joe be with us on those dates. Some out busy and put in that bath-rooCoal Co, irhonl ratlv bv the Blues and ReiiJ fit. Why not have it done this A. Roper, Secretary, Cayce, Ky. tbig over $400 "added money" has PiitorM.il Otto Hertwick and wife, Ed Case month ? Cotton & Adams. been raised to make the shoot Inter- 11 a. m. Sermon by EDUCATIONAL DIVISION NO. 3. and wife, W. C. Johnson, Mayor Blaney. Subject, beesing snaruui esting. W. R. Andrews, of Union City Walnut Grove, 8:15 p. a -S- truct Tom Dillon, and J. W. Morris went Programs will be forthcoming in ing God. has been offered the position of edl Stubbs, tub eel "The tternai uiy to the Memphis Mon at a short time giving full particulars. tor of the poultry department of Montgomery, Misi Ellen Young ill img day uet ready. the bt. Louis journal ot Agriculture Falrview, soloi at each service. Mr. Samuel F. TroxeJl, of the Beech Grove, Program of subjects for c The domestic troubles that exist Samuel F Troxell Roofing Co., of $100 Reward $100. Graves. week i Louisville, is here putting on the ed between Mott Ayers, formerly Applications should be sent to E. The rerwleraot thli twprr will be pirated Helled The Monday 8 p. new roof to the new Addition to the editor of the Fulton Leader, and hi G. Maddox, Secretary, Hickman, to Irani that there It a lait one dreaded aclence hat twvn able to cure In dleeate that wife have been settled and the di veneer Cutting Room. Ky all iUkm, and tbat ! Catarrh. Haifa Cavorce suit withdrawn. Tuesday 8 p. m. -- "The Ham tarrh (Jure U the only potltlve cure now C. E. Rice, wife and daughter, C. known to Ilia medical fraternity. Uatarrh EDUCATIONAL DIVISION NO. 4. belnK a comtltutloual dlteate. require a Boland Roney and John Roney Prod E. Webb and Dr. Rudd, N. G. Tbe cuniutuuuiiai I treatment, nan Wednesday 8 p tiaiarrh Sycamore Chapel, Uura la taken rite rally, acting directly upon Cooke, Jack Murphy, E. C. Rice are visiting their brother, J. W Blue Pond, tlta blood and mucout aurfacea of theaeatm r.,1 thereby detlroylnif the foundation of the and Dr. I. H. Reed were here from Roney and family. They now reside Thursday 8 p. m. "The Pro Sassafras Ridge, iiueaao, auu imini tne patient ilreuilb by in Clinton, Ky., having recently Fulton Monday in autos. building up tbe coiiitlliitlon and aatlitlnc New Hope, nature In dolnff lie work. Tim uninrl.im. moved there from iexas. -- "I Homer Myatt, age 22, a well Friday 8 p. Island No. 8, hat to much faith In lit curative powera that tber orier One II unit ml Dollara for the World nearf" Wm. Coleman, a young farmer of known young man of the east end Madrid Bend. any rate that it taut to cure. Mend fur lltt ADnlications should be sent to C. 01 teiiiuiunial. of the county, died Tuesday morn near Ueelerton. fell from a passen r.J.UHKNKYAOO.. Prope, spentSaa-- l ing. Buried at Boaz Chapel ger train in Fulton, this week, and H. Smith, Secretary, Hickman, Ky. Hold by all Drungl.tt.76c. r n,l wife a. n..., I was painfully injured. It is alleged nuuui u.i- - Brown ana Tuberculosis caused his demise. Take Halll family 'UU for oomtlpetlon Contracts must be in writing, sign R. dav with J. that he was drinking heavily. ed in duplicate by the teacher and Dr. J. 0. Stubbs and family, Dr, Dr. C. W. Curlin was in St. Fope Herring was in Unwuj Mrs. C. C. Smith entertained a by the chairman and secretery of Louis the S. K. Davidson, A. M. DeBow, R. first part of the week. last Saturday on Duiwr.. in B. Brevard, Lamb Shaw and wife large number of friends Wednesday the Division Board of the division and Master Arthur Shaw, George evening (rom three to five at Kook which the teacher Is employed. Dora M. Smith, Co. Supt Threldkeld and wife attended the There were seven tables and the games played with much zeal. Ices brick cream and cake were served Notice to Contractors. C. Hickson, an aged.umbrella was found dead fn Fulton, Fulton county crop prospects are mender, Sealed bids will be received by Tuesday morning. Tne coroner's not so bad. Though interferred by Board of Education of Fulton Counjury decided that stomach trouble frequent rains, yet the farmers are ty for '.the erection of a public caused his death. He was burled in most all well up with their corn and school building, according to plans the potter's field. cotton planting and other farm work and specifications held by the Rev. Andrew Turkington made a and are looking torward to harvest Secretary of said Board, also on file at the office of the County Superand business trip to Fulton, Wednesday. ing a bountiful crop this year. ALL STYLES and grade Screens. Doors Mrs. J. H. Whitworth, who has intendent. All bids will be sealed It is probable that he will leave Hickman in a short time, although been living on R. T. Tyler's farm in and placed in the bands of J. C. Windows, and all kinds Screen wire. only recently elected to nil the pul the bottom for some time, died last Lawson, Secretary, Fulton, Ky., on or before Tune 20, 1909. Full pit at the Baptist church another Thursday morning and was buried Have too many adjustable window Screens at Brownsville Friday, Deceased instructions to the bidders will be year. was 3S years old. She is survived found in the specifications. Remmber Rev. C. L Price, of and will sell Dora M. Smith, Co. Supt. Fulton, will preach at the Episcopal by her husband. J. C( Lawson, Sec'y. Fulton Coun The W. 0. W. held their Decora Ihurcn in Hickman, next bunday morning and evening. Rev. Price tion Day services at the cemetery ty Board of Education, was formerly the pastor of this Sunday, with a good crowd in at Hickman Lodge 76 church, and he and his family made tendance. Cooley & Thorn's show many friends while residents in boat band furnished music, and a F. & A. M. AA number of good talks were made by Hickman. Hickman Lodge No. 761, F. St Messrs, Donham and Phillips of woodmen orators, A. M., will meet in regular commuA good crowd attended the deco- nication next Monday night at 7 iJO. New York, arrived here Monday to install the large electric derrick for ration exercises held by the U. D. Visiting brothers cordially invited. the Mengel Box Company. This C, at the city cemetery last ThursH. C. Helm, Master. derrick when completed, will be the day. An interesting program, In D. Owens, Sec'y. full swing electric derrick in keeping with the occasion, was largest Work in F. C. Degree the world. These people have just rendered, consisting of songs, adISJo. finished installing a derrick of this dresses, etc., and the graves were the Mengel Box Company's beautifully decorated. AJty. Alli John Metts, of Morriston, Mo , an kind at son Tyler was the principal speaker. J old Hickman buy, is visiting here. Branch at Mengel wood, Tenn. JHH Is Thinking Hats Styles just ceived Thirsty? REO what you need. ft Whatever Fashion Decrees in Hats Will Be Found In Its Most Illustrious Form SHIRTS and FURNISHINGS, ALSO. MJLLH.T & NAYLOR .m.-...- ol Post-Dispat- , .. ,. eua-ltt- a h 1 n, u. m Re-uni- m.-"- m.-"- . H Tuli-do.- u.j. n. SCREENS Screens for A, 50C 40C W. A. DODDS au. Tolopliono J Woodland Mills. nw . ... u.i.h.ll rr""',.;iiiDir ! nllniHM ti.. . .. CTRAY LOCAL NOTES TAKE&CUT.: Drink REO-Cow- glll'i patrons, who have made possible y of success, we are this deeply grateful, and shall endeavor to merit a continuation of your con half-centur- M.;, '""'ii lmllr. ot rulton. wr. Store. Drug ''" 4 I mr.c' t nlll rKiil " thi""'b. ...... I I o( Mm. !, f M. riV. -- ' bonor clou .Hindi Vimr of Au.lln. .f l"kfl"l'" 1 Ti. ' - rai If ' br VUltort. Rush Creek. 'n i!i . : I ..-- ..i T....Jr wllb hr r "u,,,:' ,p'"1 Mturtjr nUbt. HumUjr J'lt'jVU-V HLurtliirnUblnndHuu a.,i.n,r la r '"V fc,;.1,',' i. j W rl I if l.l. Ilririr wirssml Mm. wldn. - ...ii... i Ili W. it ,. HrrrlfM Robbers at State Une. l:ltltf B. G. TbiCTCt e:.t'rel the ilore of biiEeld at State Line, usi .saiur. L,i.m ar I tlole several pain of tin ui:rs ar. J a few other article!. iBlShwnJi from Dyersburg were hi.bt to toe scene wun a nope oi hcog the thrves, but the dogs did L. ..i m- - in, I About a week aco ttore vis broken in at Woodland lUind these same doci were ui- I. ud Ihey succeeded In tmding I It it possible that the i (tuad in a tew dayi. thlevei will ayce IIo a well Wins. played game at the ball defeated Th.rsJay, Cayc Lei&ia by the score of 6 to 3. "Suiey Nelghbori wat In the h f;r Hickman, and had he re- fired the support accorded Johnson, Lrte's p t:hcr, would have won. lujce so far hat not been beaten, 11 calr last week "mopped up pCictooby a good healthy score. We understand that games have I arranged with Union City for Li reek or next, and they promise j t be interesting, I noticeable feature of lawn's playing it the lack of Mrs. Hardy Ligeon and children, luuce, and until the team ai a of Union City, are the guests of her sat begins practicing they need father, J. J. C. Bondurant and fami ft eipect to put up a very good ly. tit. Ye nave an abundance o( Dyer. Miss ptm Hickman, and there it no Tenn., Blanche Davidson, ofafter a has returned home km ci the patronage that will be few days' visit to Miss Dottie DavidorJM good The cost Grocerlet and meal. C. H. Moore. W. J. Long left today for Mound City, Illi. Steam fixtures of all kinds at Cotton & Adams. Kodak filmi developed and finished at Henderson's Studio. FOR SALE A good brood sow and seven pigs W, J. Barry. Mrs. J. R. Drown spent a few days this week at State Line. If its plumbing. Cotton & Adams can do the job. Prices right. Let C. H. Moore fill that grocery order. Satisfaction guaranteed. Miss Iva Adams is visiting friends In Humboldt, Tenn., for a few weeks. Go to Henderson's Studio for good photography. Low cash prices. We make a specialty of metal roofing. See us about it. Cotton Cc Adams. Mrs. J. S. Belt, of Kenton, Tenn., visited Dr. S. K. Davidson and wife last week. Ed Ayers, wife and daughter, of Fort Worth, Te , are the guests of relatives here. Hardy Ljggon, of Union City, spent Sunday with J. J. C. Bondu-raand family. T. R. Nash and wife, of Wynn, Ark., visited Dr. S. K. Davidson and family, last week. I. A. Moore spent a few days this week in Louisville with his family, who are visiting there. The best coffee in the world for 20c a pound. We can prove it. Betterswortb & Parther. Have you seen the beautiful line of children's oxfords and strap pumps at Millet & Naylor's? C. B Wright has moved to Wood land Mills. Tenn. He was formerly In the restaurant business here. Mrs. Frank Moore and little daughter, Dorothy, have returned from a visit to Villa Ridge, Ills. Mr. Stagg, of the Standard Oil Co,, was here this week to see about Installing the large coal oil tanks. nt With this issue, The Courer rounds out fifty years service In Hickman, and can justly claim the honor of being the oldest newspaper In Western Kentucky. It would be a hard proposition to impress the reader with all the ups and downs In the lifeof anewspapera of ago ; but suffice to say that The Courier has had Its share of both. As the files of this paper will show there have been some wonderful changes in the affairs of The Courier's home in the past SO years; nor is that length of time so Insignificant even in matters of State and Nation. Picture, if you can, Hickman as she was when tne first issue of this paper was printed a mere village of the early type no railroad, no brick or stone buildings, no electric lights or any of its modern improvements. The hoary headed citizens of today were than mere bare-foboys ; those who then comprised its business men and citizens, with few exceptions, are dead and almost forgotten, an entirely new generation having supplanted them in citizenship. At that time Zachary Taylor was president of the U. S., and the Courier's first political editorials were in support of Franklin Pierce against Daniel Webtter and John P. Hale, opposing candidates. Lincoln, Grant, Hayes, Tilden, Garfield and many other men who later became prom- half-centur- y ot as will be found in most uptodate papers now, would have been considered a great sacrifice of space, and only the "big bugs" were honored with a mention of their coming and going. National news was hard to procure, and state affairs were reported under difficulty to protray it in its true significance. But with the evolution of affairs, wars, pestilence all the changes that have been bought about, The Courier has withstood them all. Many tender shoots of journalistic aspiration have been planted in Hickman soil, only to die in the shadow of the Old Oak. Like Tennyson's brook, The Courier goes on forever." Many of those who have read the Courier from year to year, like those who were instrumental in its making are no more Their pleasures, passions, griefs and deaths are alike recorded in the brown and aged volumes of the "old home paper." These files tell many a touching story of joy of grief awaking those tender sentiments like mails of mellow music from a long forgotten harp which have been lost in the rush of years hidden In the mists of half-centu- ry fidence. Irk some Instances we have stepped on the corns" of our best friends, but not deliberately so. It Is a hard matter to do one s duty In this pro- pattnt, tan or n Tfit "Vottr" ttathtri dull IK J fession and at the same time please everybody all the time. So do not assume that you have gotten the worst of it all the while The country press is comparatively a mild pill. Most of us have had clemency from the paper we are Inclined to The Courier does not criticise. print ALL the news by any means. The paper could be made more inter esting if we gave the facts relating to all poker games, licentiousness, family skeletons, political wires, etc. All secrets are not secrets, as we might suppose. But our aim is to help you and yours to be happier and better. We like Bob Taylor's creed "the gospel of sunshine and and since the religion of love scandal and sensation are adverse to this creed, we pass it by. Ere another SOth anniversary of The Courier rolls around, many of you who read these lines whose shadows on life's pathway still fall to the westward will have passed to the Great Beyond ; but no one could wish you more success In life and peace of soul during those reThe Courier has done a of boosting for Hickman. maining years than "the old home There is not another institution in paper' The Courier. town that has contributed so much Injuted In Runaway. energy to the betterment of local conditions, and we expect to be found Mrs. Joe Cantillon, wife of the Washington Base Ball Club mana ger, was seriously injured in a run' away on Clinton street this morning at 9 :30. To what extent she is injured cannot be determined, but spitting, up of blood indicates that she may have sustained grave in ternal injuries. Her horse became frightened and ran from the ice plant to the office of W. A. Dodds, where the lady was thrown from the vehicle with great force, falling on the back of her head and shoulders. With one foot caught between the axle and buggy step, she was dragged several feet, and had not the horse checked his speed and been caught, when he ran into a porch post of the Dodd's office, he would have dragged the unfortunate lady to a horrible death. It is even remarkable that she was not killed outright when thrown from the vehicle. Eor 17 Comfort's Sake get a pair of oxfords. You 11 feel better and look better. Florsheim oxfords are designed specially for low made over "Natural Shape" lasts. They grasp the foot lightshoe service ly but firmly insteps no gaping no chafing heels. ' Most styles $5.00 Vici and Tan $4.00 Crossets Oxfords $3.50 Smith and $4 00 Amberg & Sues for Divorce. Union City has another sensation i team. son. Mrs. Blanch Case left for St. Louis Tuesday on the Ferd Herald, where she has a position as a steno- grapher. James C. Newton and wife, are visiting his sisters, Mrs. George Allen and Mrs.A. H. Curlin, in Tipton, Tenn. Misses Margiret Perkins and Vivian Gooch, of Martin, have returned home after a short visit to Miss Briggs. Paul Davis, wife and little son, of Jackson, Tenn., were the guests of Mrs. Davis' sister, Mrs. Eugene Naylor this week. Mrs. Rubye Slater Cavltt, of St. Louis arrived here Saturday night to visit Mrs. S. M. Cavitt and family for a few weeks. Don't fail to stop at the mill, on' the corner of Carrol and Kentucky The Courier's New Linotype. ment in the country's history, were far from publicity at this time. Railroads then were barely more practical than the airship is today. Seventeen of the present states were not in Uncle Sam's family. No one had ever dreamed of a civil war, and negro freedom was an unknown spinning-whee- l, quantity. The hour-glasflint-loc- k gun, tallow candle, clothes and log cabin, home-spu- n many other things popular during the Courier's infancy, havelong since been forgotten. Phonographs, electric lights and power, wireless telegraphy, steel hull battleships, automobiles and a thousand things of to day were then hidden in the mysteries of the future. Then The Courier was printed on a hand press and in a manner now nhcnMt. Your Grandfather naid $2.50 a year for his Courier and it contained only 4 pages, & oi wnicn were printed in Cincinnati. Adver-tersin- g rates were $40 per quarter page witn privilege or cnanging me Had copy once in three months." the circulation of the paper at that time been what It is today, it would have required four hand presses and eight men in continuous operation to get out the paper. Blank print paper cost about the same as it does today, although modern machinery has made the cost of production 80 per cent less. The paper trust was not then known. All newspaper offices were exempt from taxation. Display advertising had the appearance of a modern circular letter, and Indicated very forcible the limited variety and quantity of type design-i- t (nr that nurocue. A whole Daee A local and. personal matter, such s, it is no more our duty to push for Greater Hickman than yours, we believe in it, and every citizen ought to believe in it. "at the bat" SO years hence. While streets. They will treat you right. Meal and chops always on hand. FOR SALE Thoroughbred Rhode Island Reds eggs (IS) for setting, $1.00. Splendid layers. Mrs. G. Line, Ky. B. Threlkeld, State mm M FOR. MEN 1 -9 WANTED Slock to pasture. On good clover and grass pasture. Plenty of water and shade. Terms reasonable. A. M. Shaw, State c Line, Ky. Ed Kelley and Leon Browder, of Fulton, were the guests of Frank Smith and Will Bondurant a few days last week, returning to Fulton, 52-2- lhPtv,Ilma.l)rlolturntl Saturday. Miss Pauline Beckman, of Cape Girardeau, Mo., formerly of Hick man, arrived Wednesday on the Stacker Lee to visit Misses Marine Brown and Lillian Choate. Geo. B. Delvecchlo and wife, of Dyersburg, visited their nephew, W. G. Dornan, a few days this week. Mr. Delvecchlo is connected with the Mengel Box Company. Dr. Peter Prather and wife came ud on the boat from Memphis, Tues day evening, and were guests of Mr. r. unison ui supper and Mrs. They were returning from a wedding trip, enroute to their home at Wood land. Z If":'" "iu"n," ,., ,h. !al,,5o, rt'l( Ihtt thr.. ry no tura your correct You u?";,r R..T.U nd8,,,,habb' h4V I . ? Prob.bly wo'rn 'ood up all until you I ' 'PW. bl w.,'t n wOrord.wl.cV7h. All styles. 3.50 ILLET l & NAYLOR It has always been the aim of this paper to keep abreast of the times; and just to ceiebrarte our iUth anni vesary, we are installing a modern g machine, known as "Linotype.'' For 50 years, every letter you have seen in The Courier was picked out of a box by hand, and thus assembled into words, ibis has been no small tasic as thousands and thousands must be picked up ana thus assembled each week ; and afterprintlng, each charac ter had to be put back into its own box. The Linotype displaces this tedious task, and is capable of do ing the work of ten good 'type-se- t ters." The machine is almost hu man, so to speak, and contains more single component parts than any other machine made. It does not "set" type, but makes new type by merely touching a key, working on the same principle as a typewriter. It Is a marvel among modern inven' tlons, and only through Its Instrumentality Is the large daily paper enabled to give you the world's events "before they are ecld." It will enable us to give our readers a better paper. This is an annlver- rary gift to ourselves In labor-sa- v ing and to our readers in a more in terestlng paper. While a Linotype costs from $2,000 to $4,000, we ap preciate the continued patronage ot our readers enough to give them the advantage of the best things a. go ing. And to our faithful readers and type-settin- al divorce suit, involving a couple well known here. A special say : 'What promises to be a most interesting case in local divorce an nals was begun in Judgejames' court Thursday. Samuel L. Berryhill is seeking a divorce from bis wife, Belle Berryhill, on the ground of misconduct. "The couple married in Union City, Tenn., March 10, 1907, and within thirteen months the wife had left her husband and returned to her old home, only to be served with a summons in divorce, a proceeding of which, it is alleged, she had no previous notice. "The husband wasonthestandand finished his direct testimony. Ber ryhill charged his wife with all sorts of indiscretions, declaring that she not only drank whisky excessively, but that she smoked cigarettes and wis too free with other men, several of whom the witness named in open court. "It was in evidence that she is a musical composer of some ability, and that her compositions have been publised by a Chicago house. An effort was made in the cross examination to show that Berryhill had imposed upon the credulity of the girl, who was a Miss Wardell before her marrieage, by pretending to her that he was wealthy, that he had not treated her properly during their married lite, and that bis of her unfaithfulness allegations were entirely unfounded. "Word has been broughtfrom At torney Wardell, the wife's father, that be has no desire to oppose a divorce on the grounds other than those involving the good name of his daughter, but that he will never stand for any such accusation and to that end will putupastiitcomesi. Hale-Sande- r. Two of Hickman's most popular young people were united in mar-raiin this city last night at 10 The contracting parties o'clock. were Miss Icie Hale, the charming daughter of B. G. Hale, and Mr. Henry danger, son of j. banger. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. W. Waters, at the pastor-iuin the presence of a number of "uninvited" guests, who having "got next" stormed the young people at the hour appointed for the wedding. Miss istelle Keneau and John Meacbam were the only attendants to the contracting parties. After the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Sanger (after passing through the usual shower of rice) ooardeu tne 10 :30 train and left for Chattanooga and other points to be gone about two weeks. The bride is well known to many of our readers. For the past two years she has been employed as a teacher in the Hickman College, and is a talented young lady, possessing those lovable qualities embraced in the highest type of womanhood. which have won for her the esteem and admiration of a large circle of friends. Mr. Sanger holds a responsible position with the Hickman Hard ware Co. and is popular in Dusiness and social circles. If there is a better or more sensible young man in Hickman, we have failed to make His good habits,' his acquaintance. industry and courteous manner have placed him high in the estimation of all who know him. After July 1, they will beat home in Hickman, in the residence now occupied by R. B. Johnson. In the words ot Kip van Winnie, Now is the time to send us your "May you both live long and proold refrigerators and ice boxes and spersis the wish of the Courier and have them repaired for the good old your many friends. summer time is coming soon. Cot After delivering to the defendant ton & Adams. one of the most severe lectures ever A tent meeting will commence in In this district, Circuit Judge West Hickman Sunday night. Rev. heard Bugg Saturday morning in the R. J. W. L. Sullivan, of Fulton, will do case of Mrs. Willie Howard vs, E. the preaching. T. Howard, In which the plaintiff Mrs. Billie Brevard, of Jonesboro, sought divorce and alimony, grantformerly a resident of this city, is ed to the later a divorce and sum of the guest of Mrs. j. w. uiand, $300 alimony and $100 lawyers fees, Harietta Beckham, of Union Miss Mrs. Geo. Warren Is still alive, City, is the guest of Miss Nell Hon but is gradually sinking. Her nerdurant. vous system Is a complete wreck, Special music at the services at and It is thought she cannot survive the Baptist inurcn aunuay morning many hours. ge i n HE PUZZLED THE BRITISHER Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. ....ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.... That we offer to depositors. Other inducements are of secondary Importance, Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage. H. BUCHANAN, President. City Census Shows Population Increase J. A. THOnPAON, CaahUr. DIRECTORS J. J. J. C. Bonduranl, O. D. Threlkeld, M. T. Altxa&Sar, H. Buchanan, Dr. J. Hubbard. R. M. War, T. A. Ledford, THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER 18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES AfPLY TO LOCAL MANAOER According1 to the WASHINGTON by tho police, as footed up In tho returns mado to MhJ. Sylvester, thn totnl population of tho District or Columbia is now an Incrcnso of 3,000 since tho pollco census of a year ago. Thn totnl number of white residents Is StS.Stil. Tho negro population Is 313,-00.- 97.142. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE icifcum ft TELEGRAPH CO. As has been the case for a number of years, females are In excess of males by 15,125. This excess decreased during tho past year, ns In 1903. the excess of females over males was IS,-72- -- Absolutely THE BEST-v ... OUfl STOCK IS COMPLETE INI . . . nillionaire Canned Goods. Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Phase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. Gall od er telephone us wh.a In ne.d of GROCERIES, TRESB MSATS or FEEDSTUFF'S. The report shows tho number of white pooplo living in the first or business precinct to bo 9,578; the second precinct. 26.227; the third precinct, 19,775; tho fourth precinct, 20,177; the fifth precinct, 36.977; the sixth precinct, 17,329; the seventh precinct, tho eighth precinct, 26.373. the 17,-83- ninth precinct, 36,901, and the tenth precinct, 31.690. The colored population In these precincts are; Ural precinct, 967, sec Judge George F Lawtort of the Mid' dlesex probata court told mn a story the other day of an American minis-to- r who was spending bis sabbaUcal year traveling abroad. Arriving la London, he made every effort to gat an Intimate view of the two branches et parliament In session. Of course no stranger la allowed on the floor of the house of lords, but the minister ot knowing this, and with the usual amount of American push, tried to ond precinct, 13.949; third precinct. make his way In, There Is a rule, 13,573. fourth precinct, 13,467, fifth however, that servants of the various precinct, 12,142, sixth precinct, 1,7S5. lords may be admitted to speak to seventh precinct, 6,372; eighth pre their ministers. Seeing the minister clnct, 18,059; ninth precinct, 8.603, walking boldly In, the doorkeeper and tenth precinct, 6.226. malting a asked. "What lord do you serve!" total white population of 215,861, and "What lord?" repeatod the astonn colored population of 97.142, or a total of both whlto nnd colored ol ished American, "the lord Joborahl" For a moment thn doorkeeper hesi313,003. Since the taking of the census s tated and then admitted him. Turn year ago thcro has been nn Increase Ing to an assistant standing near, ha In population of 102 In tho first pre said: "Ha must mean one of those poor cinct, 137 In tho second precinct, 942 In the seventh precinct, 173 In tlx Scotch lairds." Boston Record. eighth precinct, 1,227 In tho ninth pre Walker, cinct, and 4,288 In the tenth precinct; WESTON, 8 nl recently: "When )OU feel down anj and n decreas'o of 531 In tho third preue Juit take cinct, (31 In the fourth preclnet, 1,791 tut, (eel there is no with living, and walk you bad thoughts In the fifth precinct, 413 In the alxth four off. Uffore yoa bsve willed a mile them precinct, making a total decrease ol things will look rosier. Jutt try it." Hive 3,269 In these precincts ns against a noticed the inrrraM In walking of total Increase of 6,869 In the north- foil in every community? Many attritnite 11 to the comfort which Allen's Foot Has, west. the antiwptie powder to t shaken Into Mi), ' Sylvester attributes the the alioee. cue. to the millions now uaing In population In the several It. As We.ton has Mid, "It has ml merprecincts named to tbo absence ol it." It rurr. Uml aching feet while you a mechanics and laborers who were em walk. 31.000 tntlmonlala. Order and le of any Drutglit ployed on the mllroail Improvement! package ready to forert von hate fret. A trial and new buildings, which have since parks sent of ALLEN'S U been completed. VRKK Address Allen. K. Olwated, ' population of the city of Wneh Roy, X. Y. Tho Ington proper, exclusive of alleys. Is, Continual Doubt. white, 181,358; colored, 63.390. The "How many children bava you?" population 6f the alleys In tho city ol Washington Is, white. 1.60S; colored. said the tourist, affably. Oeean-tc-Oceae FOOT-KAR- at Bvldently Doorkeeper Had Never Heard of the Lord That Amsrl-ca- n Minister Served. Many peor'o nt---, healthy suffer f dyspepsia. When" ? lfj -: -P- t Kjns aro tho me:' I....I. i. J. "incn an j Svi "1 SrilM ...M?""nui.i""tot ... .hut nun r miiir. ... ,v. .. iuq it m Is often tho cm ,?, ! constipated all inn- U: r are forced .nH i.., " you usse.t .... ...itoai jour nra'ij, I I. u at y.u ,. it r.i, r,0Ji,".",.."y.,r id fc7 i.j.,f" uiq ami II. ! r i I - .1 . .." ' 'if, ,ilie .am. anj at. ... inn., of Urar.l J rlJA. C Th.nmp.an. of V" tuallras ron.Mrr. t t... Yah " E. M H h Hvrur. ' , v- - i.Xin t H!-- r rrrttona. It tu ri.-- .. H IWUM ., ami be.tdr. ifcn 1,4, oi.i.,. v. .i.';.v.7:". i .l ,s . n All 7 nriiru nr.-..-- -- in - v -- ... " nev.r U...I tir tajwc'i'aH .'. rati nM.ln . .... i the doctor t home without err ,.'?!' i . tnnu.anda have r. -.. t. faction Dr (.!; . I - l.nioy g I you . "T ' ..-- . i SBBBBBBBBBST t. a see. .fSBBBW m im mm f 'any.r '""tcrlf- ... ' . urtirrs-.-- tat!.-'-.. i ,re li asTCi. , .. ... .t , SSSSStttrm anivrr (. M ( SSSttttttttttttttl A BBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBbI .., ni r- if,,, u.. t, -- . JT JtlRTin - ....... . 11,410. "I dunno exactly," answered tba woman, "You don't know!" tlred-lookln- Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. ' Long Ride Too Strenuous for Ethel An-dre- Ledf ord & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1856. WHEN Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth and group of friends, Including TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Successor to B. O. Ramafe, deceased.) riarble and Granite flonuments CURDINO. HICKJIAN, Miss Margaret Carey of Huffalo, George Marvin, whose experiences In the Mnnchurian campaign fitted him for fearsome exploits, and Edward P. Smith, canterod out of Washington the other afternoon on the first stretch of a equestrian journey to 400-mll- e STONB WORK i : : et all kinds, IRON FGNCINQ. KENTUCKY "Ashantee," the magnificent country home of Mrs. Wadsworth al Avon, N. Y, Miss Ethel Roosevelt stood by with more than a wistful look' In her usually laughing eyes. Mlth Ethel was slated to accompany Mrs. Wadsworth on her trip, but, fearful of tho strcnuoslty of n fortnight In the saddle, Mrs. Itoosovclt nt tho last moment Intervened, and Miss Ethel's eager acceptance wag reluctantly withdrawn. Mrs. Wadsworth and Miss Carey nro tho only two members of tho party Davidson & Stubbs . Meet Your Friends AT who will stick It out to the end. the men of the group coming in along the route In relays. Iteprescntatlve J. I'utent and David Grey, the au thor, succeeding Mr. Marvin and Mr. Smith as escorts on the earlier stages of the Journey. Mrs. Wadsworth's trips are really Journeys do luxe, for she travels with a score of grooms, a relay of mounts and wagon loads of baggage to maka for tho comfort of tho travelers as they progress on their unique trip. Of a distinctly original nnd Independent bent, Mrs. Wadsworth, who Is one of tho ultra excluslvo hortosses of the capital, stood noxt the White House family throughout thu last administration. lxng before Miss Ethel made up her mind to make her debut from the White House Mr. Wadsworth had annexed the youngest daughter of the Itoosevclts to her select coterie, and, a thorough horsewoman herself, sho encouraged Miss Ethel to go In for all sorts of thrilling equestrian stunts. More than once Miss Iloosevelt went over to "Ashantee." and within the privacy of tho Wadsworth estate found an excellent field for her training as a hurdle Juniper. "Not for certain. Willie's gone flshln'. Tommy's breakln In a colt. Georgia's borrowed his father's shotgun to go hunting an Esmeralda Ann Is thlnkln' of elopln". I never know how many I've got till supper time comes, so's 1 can count 'cm." The Young Dream. The light was soft In tbo conservatory. "Out," said the young girl, nervously plucking to pieces a mauve orchid, "but there are microbes In kisses." The plashing of the fountain tota lled with the low, deep voice of tba youth. "My micro ties, no murmured, passionately, "are so lonely t" Home-Made 43 Inexperienced fllflatMnlk Csddie urter rv.N. tne oio a big blggrr sir U.M..I. ...k. - . . ..... TV,, nr. ..I. .11.. . .1. ... fh. uiriuvtltuiuill l.ujpusa 1. ntf1v li.llrl tn at time of the , 1l ItU biennial nMtlir ii . L i W .I . . ... u . . - . ., . . . ...VI... , ... ot Names. ben-tin- and made Mrs. It fi;i P Wll Cambridge. Mass. ckilrsu "That little girl," remarked tba druggist to the doctor, "was Just In I e. tor ten cents worm or tincture or Hut I've bad It before and cava her bcntoln." "That was easy," answered the doctor. "This morning on diphtheria ease the woman wanted to know If I j administered antitoxin with an epidemic syringe." Men Can Care for Themselves. A coal company in the Hocking rat-leO- - employs both man and mules. One mule coats 1200, and in point of work equals six men. Tba company bas this order standing on Its books, "When the roof gets weak, take out tha mules." Vancouver Mining Exchange. Athleticism Extraordinary. "Why," said tba first athletic boaster, "every morning before breakfast I get a bucket aid pull up 90 gallons from tbo well." 'That's nothing." tha other. "I get a boat every morning and pull up tha river." Uni- ri.rlm.nf nf Ik. Tftn" women s tiuoi. rer ue pvr extending the catrpslm latotls: cities and towns ol Ue rmtn, central committee ciiti fttrj responsible tor the vcrk community. A Is fJ Plea for Dicheltrt. few pecfie Is l! munity mora cenercsi, tttottz their mean., mora iintamiS. ana bachelor class. nrl ihv Srsi r There are Lauderdale's Bast In Hickman. Hot and cold bathi; elactrlo llgbtt and tint, hydraulic chain and ararjtblnf (or comfort. Fred Carpenter Is Amusement Mentor ence. Perhnpa the role of critic may detract from his own amusement, for when he visits n performance Mr. Carpenter looks nt It cntlroly through tho eyes of his chief. "How Mould tho president enjoy this?" is his vlow. point and from that viewpoint he rules. Fearing that ho might mistake, having recommended a certain play to tho president, he attends a second time, this time not to watch tho play, but Its effect on tho president If It Is what It should be, Carpenter heaves n sigh of contentment and departs for home. All of which make Carpenter a rann greatly courted by tho theatrical managers. They send hlra Invitations, for himself and Mrs. Carpenter. And, although there. Is no Mrs, Carpenter, the secretary hnTlnaj avoided the War Uta. liet iru.iinL ia tirrrtreJ l T Carpenter takes the place of one. With Carpenter It has become a sci- li a nrr.ln,liitrea. uiua rled man.-1m- Joa ho levied on the EfTltrfSl In DENTISTS. OFFICE3: Hickman, Ky. Over Gowjr'Ul'a &rag Tonsorial Parlors secretary FItEDthoW. CARPENTER,accumulated president, has I)ai:y Cnpkie Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. Next door to Jones' Cafe. tors. Union City, LAND Cash Book Store FOR SALE building, Tenn. In C B. A. Splendid Selection . . . New Booksr Stationery, Post Cards, Notions, Etc Call and sea our stock. Both city and farm property at reasonablo prices. If you have real estate for sale, lot us get you a buyer. ADDRESS: another dignity, with Its rewards and responsibilities. He ia the official amusement mentor of tho White House. President Taft Is fond of tho theater; so Is Mrs. Taft; but n poor performance or even a mediocre ono fleets them Just as It does other people, who put up their money to tea a show, and they hate to mako a mistake in the matter. For tho appearance of the president and his party at a theater Is nn event, and to Icavo before the curtain drops on the last r act would do grave Injury to tho In question. And not to leave would do gravo injury to their own sweetness of disposition. Therefore, not having a guide to things theatrical to do the work for them, Fred tho-ate- versalis! Leader, You can never make a woman money that she Isn't saving when sho spends ten cents In car fare In order to obtain a dollar article for 18 cents. Though Finland rus oeni nn to the present Has " tremely poor In irca crei, rec ..,-- . t . .. iu, searcn lias preiru .i fields In 8outh llnsa 'S'Hsl above all In the LaJJra wlilcn seem to do wjim or mininr ror rrir.ivu company has been formed. Nn.nn leas lime la tV H 'J' -r- u. n,. n.M, ri.lisl cc.. more In trying to t"t tt UI ..... ..i.Vitr will "- -' acd I Appetite Calls For food which promotes a prompt --nsssssaa- rocks of matrimony, tbeso invitations are usually accepted. Thoro Is no half-waefforts on tho part of the company when Carpcntor nttends. That's when thoy put themselves to their prettiest paces. flow of a the digestivejuiecs- trt -- in nuui supplying rishment. . tBa!n nou- Has Served 30 Years at Senate Door tho beef trust,' Col. Edwards was on the floor of tho senate by his friend for his success In serving subpoenas nn tho presidents of tho various railroads Involved In the Investigation, after other sennto em ployes had failed hi their efforts to perforin this task. Senator Cbauncey M. Dopuw, then president of tho Now York Central, was among thoso who appearod as witnesses beforo tho senate commit-teas a result of Col. Edward's and diligence. Thcro aro four other employes of tho scnato who aro older In the service than Col. Edwards. Col. C. W. Coombs, who takes euro of the Inter cats o( tho Democratic members of tho house In the house folding-roomhas been thcro 32 years. Ho was a railroad conductor beforo he, entered tho service. He alw) enjoyed the friendship of Soimtor Vest. Holh Col. Edwards and Col. Coombs aro Mlssourlatis, im as loyal to tuulr native state as on the day when they packed their grips aus started for the capital. , d Everything Hickman Courier Realty Co Ilickmau. Kentucky. Posl Toaslies most to to n delicious answer to nppcute. 11 MarvBerendes&Company Let Us Be Your Waiter We never tire of helping others when they ask for good job printing. We can tickle the most People who exacting typographic appetite. partaken of our excellent service come have back for a second serving. Our prices are the most reasonable, too, and you can always depend on us giving your orders the most prompt and careful attention. Call at this office and look over our samples. 7la COU JOB PRINTING years as doorkeeper (fiT the Democratic sldo of tho United States senate. Tho colonel went to Washington while Senator Vest was In tho senate, and for years was the right-hanman of the brilliant Missourlan. He Is now 71 years old. o When ho was sworn In as an of thu senate, at noon, May 12, 1879, not a single senator who is a member of tbo present congress had entered the upper clwtnber. Senator's Hale and Frye, tho oldest members in point of service, were not elected until two yearn after the appointment d JAMES F. EDWARDS a few ago rounded out an even 30 v. : a, nt the - samctime.fullof the food-goodncs- , .... .f..Vm Qlw VVllHC'"A'Ttoastedtoacrisp delicious brown '" The Taste Lingers." Popular pkR toe; Large Family slw 'S1 Hltl. cheaper than the other fallow, Wedding invitations, letter heads, bill beads, sale bills, etateaeat, dodders, cards, etc, all receive Ut tuna careful treatment ut a little better than teems necessary, rrorapt delivery always. of Col. Edwards. In the curly eighties, when Senator Vtst mado his famous InvstlgaUon of Enjoy I ' BECAME HERMIT WHEN GIRL DIED ONE THING THAT WAS CERTAIN No Doubt tn the Baggageman's Mlnafj CRIPPLED WITH SCIATICA Caused by Disordered Action of the Kidneys, UNKIND FAKE. .. ,! OPERATION HER ONLY CHANCE i dm d the Commendation ol Like Coffin. an emergency the manufacture cf Mmbnrger cheese wa forced to use strategy with a shipment Ordinarily b(a product wont lb pc'claJ! cara, but In this Instance no'cttr'tael available and the order mu'it bo',rtllo4.i Two hundred pounda of the fragUWtj romestiblo was put In a yiknW M long bor, and tnlccn to the rnllfond1 baggngeroom. Then the manufacturer bought a ticket for himself and, the box, and entered the train, At the first stop ho went ahead to the baggage car to see that there waa no troublo. He atood by the box In a disconsolate attitude and shaded bis eyes wth hla band, Tho baggageman wna sympathetic. "A relatlvo?" he "Yes," answered tbe manuasked. facturer, "It Is my brother " "Well," asld the railroad man, philosophically, "you have ono consolation. He's dead, all right" Ban Francisco Argonaut Tn ltfn'r,ytwn,,lwa,CMCn' Is, ....I. f Uvrnn Bt, Ifif"".i . l1 . n..,. ' t Senna should bo . ..... 'J ..v... ther. nnriiiTU ftECLUSE IN MAINE MOUNTAINS REVEALS ROMANCE WHICH DROVE HIM TO 801 ITUDE. WORKED LONG TO WIN BRIDE ' l.n..tenwntith every package. -' Urfrttrjr,,T nJ unifonn!t- of pro- - laxative assured method if man- on r fWarnis urn ucd (n th L tficl UI xir ol f Cvrun of tA,te'. t.ul tl- to promo. rln are obtained from l .rt raott beneficially. , fc'JIDO"1"" buy beneficial ,rtit m.nufiC(urnl by the Call- I. I mil v. and for sate c L.r.nnr 'ioripn.il I Retumlnp. to Claim Her, After Three Yeara Absence, He Met the Fu. neral Procenlon Carrying Her Body to the Grave, riangor. Me. Kar up thi. yalloy ol lb Crooked rler. In Vahlnnton county, beyond the llmlta of the loe glnc campa, Uvea Jack Wilder, tho bvrmlt of Peaked mountain, who for 13 bni dwelt In aolltudu In a log nut. Something of a myatery baa always aurrouniled thla alcnder. nalefaci'd rec lua. whoto pliyalqun did not aeem Btnwg eniiUKli to withstand the hard ahlpa of a winter In tho Mnlno woodii, and who In every way appeared un nttml for the life which bo bad chosen to lead. It was known that Wllber had to hta credit 130.000 In a local bank, and this wailo hla conduct all tlio mora Inox pllcablo to those who knew of hla lonely oxlitcnco. The explanation baa, however, been provided by two lumbermen, who re. turned to Machlas from a trip through tho Crooked Hirer valley and who partook ono night ot tba hoapltallty ot the hermit. They Inducnl lilin to tell hla atory. wblth rercala the Cannes which Induced him to forever Isolate himself from tba haunts of drills tlon. Thla romance of hla life, he says, he baa never told before "My homo waa In tlm west," said Wllber. "and when 1 waa yet a young boy my parents died ami I waa lu trusted to tho care of a uuelo and aunt who lived In Montana. My new guordlana seemed to resent th addl tlonal burden which bod been thrust utxin them, and my life with them was not pleasant "As 1 became, older tho slights bo- came atlll mora unbearable, and bad a L r'"nl HOW CARELESSI I Tho Shortsighted Lion Well, not get about without crutches. The never dreamed I should finish my days kidney secretions behind tho bars ot a cago. became Irregular, WasCurcdbyLydiaE.Pink-Imm'sVcgctabl- c painful, nnd showed The Captaln'a Repartee. liner, a. heavy sediment Tbe captain ot a Doctors were not Compound helping mo so I began taking Donn's having become Irritable as a result of Kidney Mils. I Improved soon, and some minor troubles In the ship's Adrian, On. "I after a whllo was entirely free from management and tho unusually large misery from a fem.ilosuffered untold weakness and my suffering. I am In tho best ot health number ot ridiculous Inquiries made disease, and I could not stand more tor the now and am In debt ta Doan'a Kidney by tourists, was heading trinn a mintito as a "bridge" when a dapper young man I'llla for snvlng my life." time. Jly doctor Sold by nil dealers. CO cents a box. baited him to Inquire tbe cause of tbe said an operation was the only commotion off the starboard side of Co., Iluffalo, N. Y. chanco I had, and port side, the the ship. Ilelng on the I dreaded it almost captain politely replied, with somo As the Boy Saw the Lessen. ns much as death. sarcasm, he was not,' certain, but Prof. Charles Zeublln ot the UniverOne day I was sity of Chicago was discussing at a thought It possible that a cat flak had reading1 hovr other t dinner the greatest paintings of tbe Just bad kittens, women had bcea world, cured by Lydia E. Mutual Surprise, Pinkham's Vege"The legends that are beautiful and trans-AtlantiFoster-Mllburn What-to-Ea- Samuel D, Ingrahara, 2102 R. Main Lowlston, Idaho, snya; "For two years I was crippled with sciatic rheumatism In my thigh and could ll A MATTER OF LOYALTY. Subject nut' Insuperable ReasonI Why -' . .... Could roi rnc. Before mi mng. that few types Of men. -. m timp hare afforded fisr tor srntisement of a tjuiet It dan provincial msyura m r.nB I'nrrlsnil to Ien ih I. L... cAt, Holland, contains tbe . . in, - v.. mircr or wermouw wno i m or me Tisun oi itr ca Ur to the ton. wai acnraca zi "ess. Miler io ccrcfmmy nrtAne cciljd. wa the prrarntatlun if welrome to tio klne. j f ire tsM that tba mayor, on ap It. to tfta anon-it'ima- r Itcatoi to rrrifnt of all. Imtrad of told to do. t tie had nana to riibks IhJ tit i; :mbi of inr olhrr ladr. ikt the muter ot the cfr ICa ttkt t 'Tx&lj tola him or lb "Vou thould bat MJl .i r . . . i.. .1- .... tjt tx-t- r- - LJtf i.r" it .fi ufr i rannot." waa 1frrtij do. the air." botty rmlr. aaarrted n circr trrw red, and cTldently lal cpU eiclalmed "Confound It, t, rr:t re 3t a wooden Irel" iK.tfm rrrcrda that "a cmlla auf, hK at rice or her roajerty, and tbs Yeuth'a Com- :( lizthtl cutrlthL" TtNDER, BUT NOT LOVINa iiifj tilt krejh)-N- ViiKr (to cuitoroer, who bad com b"i ateak la not tender rt ot It to tender enough kits you! I O'you WMt Nation It Arowied. teerd! to the fifth annuel report ' ttt Ni'ioml Aiioclatlon for the f.zit ted Ilerenthn of Tuborctilnali. i 5 orer !8o .nnnclatlon tirrvrn. Yes, Jack," She Replied, "I Will Walt for You Three Yoara." Tbrea umtorla and hoipltala ar It not been for the growing attach' F"ro 10 t&e treatmrnl nf 4nl.nii ment between myself and their daugh ' IMiidei theie. thr I would have I.JU tatercul01 rllntr. r,T.4 Aim. ter, Mar Htonlngham, to find employ airifi, ahere tuberculoala patient! long before started out 7 rece!e medical advl en rut tinm. ment and, It possible, a less Irksome existence. wtnstni 'Ono night, when 1 was about 20 yeara old, I asked Mary U she would OVER THE FENCE trust mo and wait for mo three years. Ntljhbor 8aya Something. During that time, 1 naid, I would earn enough money so that we could get Iront yard fenco la a famou tne on pleasant Uaya. Maybe married and go east. "Yea. Jack,' ahe replied. 'I will wait onje ono along the etrooL r ' w ler trion.n. ...... . . . 1 i wiui new aoor for you three years, and know I can fc"ii .. truat you.' Komolltnaa U I. k a uuij' muiau i,. l, other llma M Tho story of my attempts to gain living for the next two years la not I" ridcnt of Ualrd. Tcxaa, col ot especial Interest, but at the end ot L ' fcuuu ouvjco una wny that time I succeeded In purchasing a on late fl iu ronTenllon held In Waihlnrlon. LI5, there wero In the United 1 Mir 1 IKse ipeclil oiilecU are Ihn p w re:ief of tuberculoiW. tTi Sr -t H( kiv KU j. H), lt rnfT,. e. iuu ncarijGC&a . . f0'! a. ., trcufc rte-ihtor- . uiit, wiuuui, iaisa in . fculldlng lot of I,. I. Small, who owned a largo ranch In southern California, and by whom I was employed. Boon nftcr natural gas was discovered on tlio ranch, and I cold my section of It tn.ii Ikidwi wmvm "",tu a trUI, about iny trouble and cuuco nun ma. I'uiaoa ana bo to oult it n,i glre i dld JIl take ber .r.r mo te,'!'" I? hjtt.n, 4""PPe cIeo a change any and took used Udr01 15 ft? iS?." Pteii VaTTi ,15 tomcdla- tin two Now I ana can any All " uaa I". Ud ir! i0 MjtORul,, raying quit cof- rostum rEu-- lki N lis"r Itn ...7--' M io. Indl. 11 i'otum helped it ,;7...' u1 iTuluc ?lllra- U did, too. - .. ff, Sum " again. vor cU n w " Pwe of coffee and all Head 'kgfl. were nearly up. atrd tny first thought was of Mary fltonhigham, with whom I bad ben la crmrtaut communication. "rVJtm I arrived nt the little town when- - she had lived with her parents I deposited my money In a bank and then started for Mary's homo. "On Uio way I met a funeral pro 1 cession, asked a former acquaintance who was dead. Hla reply shattered In a moment the air castles which I had been building, for be told mo that my sweetheart had died only days before, after a brief Illness. t My money now aeomed valueless to me. All tlio el) arm of llfo had gone. I did not fret that 1 could meet my undo uud aunt, to I Immediately withdraw my money from tlio bank and took tho first train east. I kept on In that direction until I cajne to the wilds ot Washington county, In Maine, lu tho easternmost part of the country, and hero I erected my Jog but. Hero la where I shall always .stay. When I go It shall be to jnoet Mnry. and until then Jho loneMst place Is none too lonely for me' lor JSO.OOO. The threo years turtlis that wo all, according to our was visiting a reformatory near that kind, take' home. This In true In city not long ago when she observed among tbe Inmntca an old acquaintlikeness of Immortal works of art pictures, poems, songs. For different ance, a negro lad long thought to ba a model of Integrity. "Jim!" expeople they have different messages. claimed tho mission worker. "Is It For Instance, In my native Pendleton some of the mothers used to cut the postible I find you hero?" "Yaasum," children's hair. Tbey did It with blithely responded the backslider, "l's shears and a bowl. The operation charged with stcalln' a barrel o' sweet was often painful, and tbe result was pcrtatora." Tbe visitor sighed. "You. Jim!" ahe repeated. "I am surprised!" never elegant Ik Tbcro was nearly a bad fire at "In Sunday acbool a Fendleton "Yassum," said Jim. "So waa I or I tbe theater. teacher onco told her pupils tho trag- wouldn't be herel" Hhe How waa that? ic story of Samson and Dcllab. Then He The villain lit a cigarette and ahe turned to a little boy: For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. tossed tbe match into tbe scowl " 'What do you learn, Joe,' ahe said, The btt remedy fnr Grlpp and Colds la Itlcka' Capudlne. Relieves th achlnir and 'from tbe Samson story?' fevirlabness. Cures the cold Headaches toreT his Tkin" " 'It don't never pay,' piped Joe, 'to. also, It's Uquld Krrects Immediately 10, Ti and Kt at Drug storea. hav'e a woman cut a feller's hair.'" In Shreds Itching Waa Intense-Sl- eep Cincinnati Enquirer. When a man gets to itching for Was Often Impossible. office he should bo given a place on Is Tired of Praying. A little girl in St. Louis the other the ticket and then scratched. Cured by Cutlcura In Three Veekt. emnlng was going through tbe usual form ot prayer "God blesa mamma, "At first an eruption o small commenced on my bands. Theso and papa and mako me a good girl," prcad later to other parts of my body, anil so on, wbdn all at onco sbe to come to a decision. "Now and tho Itching- at times wan Intense, so much so that I literally toro tho that Is tho last time I am going to akin oS In shreds In seeking relief. say that prayer," she said, very graveTbo awful Itching Interfered with my ly, looking at her mother. "You are work considerably, and also .kept mo older than I am and It Is your place to ask for all those things and I don't awake nights. I tried several doctors and used a number of different see any use In two people's asking ointments and lotions but received the same thlag." Since then she has ilrraly refused to pray, Insisting that practically no benefit Hnnlly I settled down to (be use of Cutlcura Soap, It Is her mother's place to ask Cod Cut! cur Ointment and Cutlcura Tills, for blessings. with tbe result that In a few day a, all ALCOHOt-- 3 PtR CENT Itching had ceased and In about threo Hough on Itnts, unbeatable exterminator AYegetable Preparation for weeks' time all traces of my eruption Rough on Hen Lice, Nest I'owder, 25c. bad disappeared. I have had no trou- Rough on I)cdbugs,PowderorL!q'd,25c. the S lomachs and Bowels of Hough on Fleas, I'owder or Liquid, 25. ble ot this kind since. II. A. Knits-kofC7H "Wabaah Ave., Chicago, III, Hough on,Roaches,Iow'd,lDc.,I,!q'd,2Gc November 18 and 28, 1907." Hough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25c. , Bote l'ropt, Botwa. "VrtUr Dng A Cbra. Con-Promotes Digcstion,Cheerful-ncssandRcst.Conlalifough on Skccfers, agreeable toise,25e'. neilhcr E. 8 Wells, Chemist, Jersey City.N. J. Logical Reasoning. Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral A certain young man's friends Good to Remember. Not TCatic , tkougbt be waa dead, but he was only Physical defects can be turned Into sou DrSAm.'Simrsi In a state ot coma. When, In ample Incentives to success Instead of drawtime to avoid being burled, he showed backs, what we look upon as handisigns of life, be waa asked how It caps In tbe end may prove spurs to eneemed to be eVad. able us to reach tbe goal ot desire. If "Dead!" bo exclaimed. "I wasn't we know but how to use them. We dead. I knew all that waa going on. maHe our own bapplnes, we carve our And I kxrew I wasn't dead, too, beown success. Exchange. cause my feet were cold and I waa A perfect Remedy forConslipa- hungry." Her Blue Kitchen. lion . Sour Storrucft.Diarrhoea, "Ilut bow did that fact make you "Tou are always talking about your Worms .Convulsions .Fevcrish- think you were still allveT" aaked one lovely little bluo kitchen." they said, of the curious. ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP. "but we see you dining out every "Well, thla way: I knew that If I night Do you never cook in it?" Tac Simile Signature of" were In heaven I wouldn't be hun"Not enough to get tired of It," she gry. And It I was In tbe other place said, "and that's the reason I like It so.". rar feet wouldn't be cold." Tire Centaur Company.) His Kick. Quite True. NEW YORK. propor"My wife has no Idea of la Marian, a little rery stubborn. One day, when sbo tion." "What's wrong?" was fretful, her mother, wishing to "Sbo had a $200 gown made to engage her mind, attracted her attenGuaranteed under the Foodald tion to a cow in a vacant lot and asked match a J 10 dog." Milwaukee Jour- nil. what it was. Exact Copy of Wrapper. Marian replied, "boss" (horse) and The Vegetarian. gtvo In. Her attibbornly refused to Nebuchadnezzar was eating grass. mother, wishing to get a correct "Yes," ho remarked. "I have come without scolding, asked: "What down to being a consumer." eats grass besides a horse?" "More Herewith be regretted bis lost es--; boss," was tho quick response. tate. Positively cured by lied, Weak. Wrnrr, Woterr Hjtm CARTERS these Little Fills. Relieved by Murine Eye Itemed y. ComTney also relieve Dif Household Hint pounded by Eipcrlrncrd Physicians. Contrek from Djipr'a. to Pure Food TH you know how to a chafing forms Ooean't Smart; and Dru Kye Mu- - SsaVill'IF digestion anil Too Heart? a lina Soothra Pain. dlahr Try Murlnu In Your Kyta. At Drucslsts. E"nK- A perfect retM I V K edr far- DUiloeu, Kau- "Yes," answered Mr. Blrlua ilarker. ail niliaV I ea, Drowtlnesa, Had "( have come novel Ideas oa tho sub- M riLktfi iTattelntheMouth.CoAt- nothing Nothing Is so wholesome, SJBJ Jeet" does so much for people's looks, as a sHIHsbbI la th l'd Toncue, rainX.1VEU. "What are tbeyr' Toitni) little Interchange ot the small coin Tbey rrgulato Iho Uowels. Purely Vegetable. "Tho best way I know of to use a of benovolenco. Hufflnl, chafing dish Is to punch a bole In SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. A man ought to know a great deal tho bottom of It, paint It green and acquire a knowledge of the immenGenuine Must Bear plant flowers In It" Washington to GARTERS sity ot bis Ignorance. Lord Palmers-toStar. Signature VlTTlE Immortal," he said, "have In them A mission worker In New Orleans" and decided to try It Heforo I had taken one bottlo I now 1 am completely was better, and cured." LEKA. V, IlEKnv, Route No. 8, Adrian. Oa"; Why will women take chances with an operation or drag out a sickly,, existence, missing three-fourt-hs of tho Joy of livlnr, when they can And health in LydlaK Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? i Por thirty years it has been th ills, and standard remedy for female has cured thousands of women who hare been troubled with such all ments as displacements, Inflammation,! ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregular!., ties, periodic pains, backache, indigesi tion, and nervous prostration. half-heart- table- Compound, I off If that I.ydla E. IUnkham's VegeCompound will help yoa, table wtHo to Mrs. I'Inkham at Lytm Mai8 for advice Your letter will bo absolutely confidential, and tho advice free you have tho slightest doubt pu-tul- - sc-ue- d CASTORIA For Infants) and Ohlldraa. I 'sHHHH The Kind You Have Always Bought r f, Bears the Signat of otic IP tms ,W In I M sass! Use For Over Thirty Years three-year-ol- CASTORIA irrua mini?) new nt 1 an-ew- sick headache! -. H in I- t "My father has been a sufferer from sick headache for the last twenty-fiv- e years and never found any relief until lie began taking your Cascarets. Since he has begun taking Cascarets he baa never had the headache. They have entirely cured him. Cascarets do what you recommend them to do. I will give you the privilege of using his name." E. M. Dickson, V. Indianapolis, Ind- XI20 Resiner St., rteaiant. Palatable. Potent, Tails Good. cur er your money back. 10c, ZSc. 50c. Never told la bulk. Tho tablet stamped C C C Guar an toed Headache Doliood. Never SickeniWcaken or Urlpo. o la S3 n. Fac-Simi- Magnetism, First Dancer She's a very attrac tive girl. Second Sufferer Yes, ber father wss a big steel magnate. There is no need to suffer with soreness and ttiffnexs of ointa and mum.les, A little llamlina Wizard Oil rubbed in will liuiWr tliem up immediately. Fiver piua. I 'sissM REFUSE SUISTITUTES. FOR EVERY LIVINGTHING HUMPHREYS' &00 ON THE FARM Justice O'Halloran Have you any children, Mrs. Kelly? Mrs. Kelly I hor two living aa' wan married! Judy. Try Hicks' Capudlne. Whrther from Cnlda. Hnt. 8tomaeh or Ntrvoua truuli!a. Ilui achta arm nnrtdllv relieved by Cpudlno. It's f.liuM-laa-to take Krrerla Imiiifxlimily. 10. 2 and Wo nt Drus titorvs, For Headache ant Succinct Agirl always likes to aay "no" tbe fir ft time a man proposes, just to find out what bo will do next Dysentery, Ily a dial. A DAISY FLY KILLER- - tlrsM-- tux! kliM tall c lrn.omtiiD UJ, cva r ultra t.viiai UsutUsswM.I.'aR-tila-i-. VETERINARY SPECIFICS Choleramorbus Cured 11 r ti nut Wttf, Will KkOt SHU orlnJufMDg (taliuc tTH Uutrtiitevil il ' tritl of l)r. lliztfera Huckleberry CorAt Drucguts m: and 50c per Lottie. tl. Ofllalr, rr tnf id far lit hrMfclja, Page Book in Hi Treatment andt Car of Iloraea, CaltU, Sheep, Doga, IloK. and Poultrr mailed PIIBB. Uunphrara' Ued. Co., 71 n man Is praised too much when he Is dead, and kbuscd too much when be la living. Mra. tYlnriow's Koothlnr Srun. PcrcaUilrta tMtbl&if, Mifieai tba guru, radur tBcatoiUa. JotvpliUoulet, 101 lloKU,VVoouocbet,K.I. poult 1? el T FEVERInonudar Addret AND cured ), AGUE prriMi Ito It ftj Ann Stroet, New Tork. from If lews. between a cook and a chef la that the latter con fix up things to eat so you can't tilt what the are. rne mrrcrence nkw PIRCOVKItYl ttrtl nonocv aulrkrllcfaiMCurworttrai ana rjEriaHnc The way ot the bard. r Is luaaM'irvafiueni lIlKff. tkMtaotietiluoniaii tHJtM. lxl It, ilUKU, Ui 1UL1TO.NU C.NGHAV10 Bite ten anuare Incliea or Iria, to prlut la Newspaper or on Portrait, IIuIUIuk, LanUMapc, block or any 3 may aubject yon uie select. Tbta paper will do tbe priming (or you. Western Ntartsaptr Union, tittle Rock, tik. FOR We Mill A malt inr Good Photo $1 starch - larcBM orwtttiaa4 mm Bicwu W. N. U MEMPHIS, NO. 09. 1 1 I'enusylvanta lon.U all tho slates In mm the amount of personal property within (be rtato's borders subject to taxa liuuaa tloa. eooauao of tliouo uftlyi grluly, gray hairs. Use "LA OREOLB" HAIR RESTORER. o price, .uo, retail. I Do you know a remedy for coughs and colds nearly seventy years old? There is one Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Once in the family, it stays. It is not a doctor, docs not take the place of a doctor. It is a doctor's aid. Made for the treatment of all throat and lung trouhles. Ask "'s vkc. your own doctor his opinion of it. in this cough medicine, j.c. Aw Co.. Lowell. Man. No alcohol are ucntly laxYou cannot recover promptly if your bowcli are constipated. Aycr's ative; act directly on the liver. Sold for nearly sixty year. Ask your doctor all about them. 1111 For Coughs-Ta- ke This F Gr's 3 & When Sick Women suffering from head-sch- e, backache, pa la Intkte.or nwTouanm, or any other all- merit resulting from female trouble, should get Cardul and uee K regularly. Cardul has been fetid, by thousands of ladles, to relieve female weakness, by restoring to heal4h fee week vomaafy orgeat. If you would have your wife an angel, treat her like one. Never bear more than one kind o( trouble at a time. Some people bear three kinds : All thev had. all thev have now, and all they expect to nave. An hour of triumph comes at last to those who watch and wait. There is a crop that the house hold ought to reap every day. It is a harvest of happiness. But it Is a crop that must first be sown. Have you planted the seed? A child needs disciplining when in as well as in good. Some for recommendations may win anywhere. In the city you mutt begin way down, but if you smilingly sub mit to the inevitable a.id make each day tell how much, rather than how little good work you can do you will be on the line ot promotion and In time may rise, but think not the way is strewed with heartsease and roses; ah, there is many a bitter pani; and sharp thorn that will pierce you, but If you dare to grapple with them you may even win In the great city. Well Deserved. The 1'rnUe That Come From rat . utmuunc F NOMINE ForrReprcienlal.ve The Senatorial Complexion. The New York Evening Post has been interested in the business of the United States senators shows the following professional and business statistics : Furnien. 10. Merchant,. 4. Oorporntlon litvycrt, iff. tawreri without ipvclnl IturnlnB'. to. Danker! mid holder of tank stock. 31, Mnnufncturora, II. Holder of mllroml stocks, IV. Holders oftmlustrlAl stocks, 2V. Holders of strnmshtp Interests, t. Holders of lumber Interest. . Holders of tiitnlnx Interests, 17. itonnectcd with pulillo utility corporations, N. Owners of InrKO tracts of Innd, 9. ItAtetl ns poor men, 10. llnted ns inllllonitlrcs.nt least . Iudellnltely reportnl to time lennlnifn towards corporations, 14. prescriptions filled jicA ly and Accurately take them to - If you wish to have your Sheriff. Thankful Hickman I'eople OOALLkR Ml Mrs, F. S. MlBf, Murietta. CaWMl One kidney temedy never fails. Cowgill's Drug Store where you may gat your Drug wants at any hour DAY OH NIGHT Gowglll's Drug Store (Incorporated) A Paying Business. The value of the egg crop per an- people imagine that a child cannot be petted and indulged too rruch when in delicate health, but it Is a mistake. Ye mothers, we beg of you do not let your child's disposition be more impaired than its constitution is by a spell of sickness. Is it right for the mother of a family of small children to have to leave them alone as they so often do, to go out to scrub and wash to earn a miserable livelihood for herself and them, and alas, often also for him who promised to cherishandpro-tec- t her for life, but does not do it? It is a stain and disgrace upon the manhood of this country that they take so little interest in this unprotected class of helpless ones. They are very merciful some ways; a man cannot drive his horse without a shoe, but he may let his wife and children go barefooted without fear of interference; he must not over work or half starve his beast, with out being justly amenable to the law ; but his wife and children may be over worked and underfed, and half dressed, and its nobody's businessthey "must look'but for There are more neglected women and children right here in this christian country (ban we like to own to. them-slves- don't think anyone cart recommead a medicine more bJghrthaa I can Cardul I had a mbfeap, followed by 1 - tried Cardul and write: positively be- We never knew that John Brown of Osawatomie was a negro, but. the reading of the following from the Cincinnati Enquirer conveys that Impression : "Some 50 prominent negroes from various sections of the country are present, among them Jason Brown, of Akron, a son of John Brown, who was hung at Harper's Ferry, and Col. W. F. C. Cook, son of John Edwin Cook, who was executed with Brown." Ex. num has doubled in the last decade and is getting to be one of the surest lieve I would have died, had It not been for Cardul. Whea I began taking It, I could not stand 08 my feet. After taking two bottles, I was cured, and I nov weigh 165 pounds." Try Cardul It will help you. Sold everrvber. B4S and biggest money crops in the country. In fact it looks now as if the supply never would equal the demand and as if prices would be, high for all time to come and as if a man might go safely into the busi ness without any danger of failure. The outlook is encouraging to per sons of small means. Money to Loan. Don't pay house rent when you 1 loan money at the rate of 5 per can own your own home much cheap- cent per annum on farm lands in er. See us for town lots Hickman Obion and Weakly Counties, Tenn., Courier Rralty Co. andjn Fulton County, Ky. About one-hathe cash value of a farm will be loaned. Loans made in sums of 31,000 or more for five years with privilege to borrower of paying Hickman Furniture Go. same after one year in full or making any size partial payment desired at intervals of six months after the expiration of one year, interest beFuneral Directors ing stopped on partial payments And Embalmers.. made. Call on or write. "Never put your arm through the handle of a jug,' is a piece of ad O. Spradlin, Union City, Tenn. vice given by an exchange to the Kentucky Hickman, young ladies. Most of then ought to Call 84 Schmidt, the tailor, will know what it means without No. SO further call tor your clothes. explanation. A woman is never so foolish as when she hoped to reform a man alter marriage. "He loves me, she trustingly says, and be caute her own love is pure she ex A Country of Homes pects the pure article in return. Poor girl, you do not know the witchery of the jug, nor the strong Did you ever give thought to the fact that it nanus which bind the soul, of the man to whom your happiness is en is largely due to the material aid and encouragetrusted. True enough, he is good ment given by banks and bankers that this is a hearted and kind, except when in country of homes and home owners? liquor, but as his salvery increases his kindness Do you realize that this aid and encouragedecreases. While seeking for some one to shield him ment, which has been such a help in making imin his helplessness, he may indeed provements and advancing property values, was flatter you that you only can redeem possible only because many people deposited in him. After you become bis slave banks their surplus money, the money for which you may well wish for an early grave. Many an error it hides, they had no immediate use? many a heartache it cures. But the Individually these accounts were small, collack of love soon follows protracted lectively they stand for the world's progress. indulgence in tolly. Young ladies, never put your armthrough the hanIdentify yourself with the movement for dle of a jug. making this a better town, a better trading point and a more prosperous community of homes ownIn the rush and hurry of modern ers by opening an account with the lite do we think as much as we might of the happiness of those who are growing old? J. hey have lost so much I Their youth, often their -- OLDEST BANK IK FULTON COUHTY- health, most of the friends and com panions who started with them on Capital and Sulplus, life's journey; and yet we often grudge them the brightness and joy we might so easily put into their lives. We will not stay to hear the recollections of old and happy day which they love to tell us ; we let them see so plainly that their days is over, and ours has come That those who have borne the burden and heat of the day, tolled and struggled and worn themselves out for others, should be left to feel lonely and neglected is sorrowful We can and ought, each and all, in our own place any way, do some The. sprinkling rate for the season, bething to bring the glow of summer and the remembrance of the days ginning May I st and ending Novemof roses and love into the lives fast ber 1st, 1909, in residence section, is nearing their end, lf ." when the baby Is cross, and amuses the childrn as well as instructs them ; cares for the servants besides paying them promptly ; projects the honey-moo- n into the harvest moon, and makes the happy nome like the Easter fig tree, bearing in its bosom at once the beauty of the tender blossom and the glory of the ripened fruit. We want a religion that shall itetpose between the ruts and the guiles and the ro:ks of the highways ot lite, and the sensitive souls who are traveling over them. LOOK HERE HOYS. Hickman people rely upon it. That remedy is Doan's Kidney Pills. Hickman testimony proves it al ways reliable. Thomas Creed, of Hickman, Ky., says i "For two or three years my kidneys did not net properly. There was a steady pain in the small of my back and whenever I stooped or lifted, sharp twinges datted through my loins. My back ached nt night and when I arose in the morning, I was so lame that I could hardly alk. I often suffered from nervous spelts, occasionally felt languid Headnul became easily tired. aches also troubled me and I was very dizzy at times. The secretions from my kidneys contained a sediment and I was ofttn forced to arise during the night on account of their too frequent passages, Whenever I caught cold it settled on my kindeys and greatly aggravated my suffering. Finally I learned of Doan's Kidney Pills and procured a box at Helm tt Ellison's drug store I used them in accordance with the directions and one oox relieved me. I can recommend Doan's Kidney. Pills as a very reliable kidney remedy." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-MllbuCo., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. rn Circuit Court Clerk, For Jniler. J"t ! s :i ""I'cnniendenl, Miss x IK lmt;i County Astciior. ciial. vr. rrA I in i County Judge A ! ML County Attorney. Jas v j :;:t County Court s Cleric t. k m T1GKE INDEPENDENT For Sheriff. CI1AS KJ( S 3 For County Judge. james it ca roaj For Jailer. TTTTTTWTTTTVTV TTTTTT Tlpln It has been roost truly stated. "Distance lends enchantment, and the citv looks well from the old farm. Perhaps you do not see morns ana tmsties, out they grow in the city thicker than on the farm. Home discipline may be bard to bear, but in it are ptmi of all m re cesses. Parents are midway in the temple ot life, and certainly must know more than those standing on the threshold. It is always safe to listen to the voice of wisdom and affection. You may wear store clothes, but you must be the servant of all. Liberty and ease are the fruit of toll. The boy that knows more than his parents goes to the wall in thecitv.Succest dcrjendsunan industry, obedience, economy and purity. Drown hands, clean tongues ana nearts are in great demand in the citv. 'A countrv loafer becomes a city loafer and neither country nor city has use for either. The earthquake never breaks the ground so as to heave gold at their feel. Boys who present noble and manly lives Good Road Talk. The most important question to be voted on at the November election is the proposed amendment to the Constitution, providing for State Aid in building roads. Every progressive State in the union has granted States Aid for Good Roads and the State which have been at it the longest are showing the greatest material development. Our Constitution prohibits State Aid and unless the people vote in November for the amendment we will continue to bring up the end of the procession In this important matter. No State needs State Aid more than Kentucky, because of the great proverty of many sections which are not able to secure good roads without such Aid. Many counties in Kentucky have been made rich and. prosperous by the good roads built by the State before the adoption of the present constitution and many of them are poor because they have no Rood roads. If we have State Aid the rich counties will help the pauper counties as they do jiow in helping the State Government maintain the school system. The great city of Louisville with over S20O.000.000 will help the remote sections of trie State. The railroads and other large corporations will help. Every farmer in the State should vote for amendment as bad roads cost the farmers more than anybody else. There Is still another reason why the amendment should be adopted. There Is peoding in Congress a bill granting government aid to roads. A provision of this measure Is that the millions to be appropriated shall be divided only among States which grant aid to roads. This bill may not became a law, but the sentiment is growing so itrong that there can be no doubt in a few years there will be government aid to roads. On Iy those states which grant aid will become the benificiaries of the government money. Unless Ken tucky adopts its good road constitu tional amendment it will be placed so that It cannot get the benefit of it. we cannot afford this, so let us adopt the amendment and stand in line for our share from Uncle Sam. When the Fire Whistle Blows its too late tj Uke est cl ancc. Now is a bf '.'er t,c- ser time. See us abejt it lock barn before the herse Is goce, rates are reasonst.f the world's best R. T. TYLER, aAAAAAAAAAAAAAlAillli A$ i Cottage, Hotel... HtCKMAII, KT Roorgs and Board MOTHERS WHO HAVE DAUGHTERS Find Help in Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound Winchester, Ind. "Four doctor told me that they could never maku me regular, and that I would event, ually hnvn dropsy. I would bloat, and Mifferfrombcnrlnif. targe, by the day or week fortable rooms tathncostecl Reasonable RaleiD THE HICKMAN BANK $06,000.00 Slogans Machise runs lighter thanaay other. lasts longer tniaMT other. 1 Sprinkling Rates For 1909 iovn mius.cramiis and chills, and I SjW iJ8aT3B 50 foot front and under . . . 8c for each additional foot. $0 COMMENDABLE RELIGION. Business house rate, each door $6 This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INOOItrOllATKI) 4 We want a religion that softens step, and tunes the voice to melody, and fill the eye with sunshine, and checks the impatient exclamation and harsh rebuke a religion that is polite, deferential to superiors, courteous to inferiors and considerate to friends ; a religion that goes into the family, and keeps the husband from being cross when the dinner is late, and keeps the wife from fretting when he tracks the floor with his muddy boot, and makes him mindful of the scraper and the door mat ; kep the mother patlant tuid always kelpf ui, n bottles of the Compound, I am nil right again, and I recommend It to every suffering woman." ilKs. May Deal, Winchester, ind. Hundreds of such letters from girls and mothers oxnrcsslnir their iiratltudo for what Lydln J5. I'inkham's Vege-tabl- e Comiound lias accomplished for them havo lawn received by The I.ydla i;. riniciiftiniieaicine company, A.yn, Mass. Girls who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, headsensations, faintache, drugglng-dowing BiHills or Indigestion, should take Immediate action to ward off the er. ous consequences and bo restored to health by Lydla E. l'Jnkham's Vegetable Compound. Thousands have been restored to health by Its use. If you would like unucliil atlvlco about your case wrlton confidential letter to Mrs. IMiiklmin, at Lynn, Muss. Her advice Is free, pound. Veuutnble Cam- 'After taking ono and one-ha- lf nights. My mother wrote to if rs. Pink, ham f or advlce.and I bopnn to lake LydlaK.Pinkbnm'a could not bIuod V AA-W-" i'i more Leautifultham 1 any other- - has I than any Rurlal Telephone. Mr. Farmers Maki vnnr tinm n modern for your family as a city residence. You r.-i- iln ihl hv In. stalling a telephone and connecting with the Cumhirlnnil TVUnhnni. A, Telegraph Company. Special terms ui luin.ciB. ror lurtner information, call the manager of the n viWM atother. to opera" is eaer than any otner. makeiamoreF'rt stitch thananyw""' - Telegraph Company, Cumberland TirTVPiinww Xr 7btofallcobined in one. T.Alin T.!)nrairp r( it rnef to her home In Parsons, Tenn., last week, alter a visit with R. H. Houston and famllv. Mlu T.anrattrr I a partner in the Parsons Marble ... wonts n io,, ot taat city- - 1 WEESEWWMACKjg iiniKlRO II I a ALK Hickman l UIIM' Finn Im