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Itenaw promptly if you wnntthotMiMrto com to roil after this month Pulls thB Commercial Uagon up the Mil of Success, The Courier has a Spanktn' Good Team. Crease ths Axles at Your Wagon, Did Man, and Lai's Mich Up ESTABLISHED HQ. . rur ni wrRTr.RS KENTUOCr HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1909. Second Whirlwind Campaign. The second "Whirlwind Campaign" for better education in Kentucky has been planned for June 27 to July 3, and will be bigger, belter and more thorough than the former campaign. It will cover the entire state, both city and county, with special reference to the rural community. The campaign will open Sunday, June 27, when every minister in the State will be asked to an address an "Public School Education In Kentucky," from his pulpit. The regular speakers one hundred strong will begin active work on Monday, June 28. In nearly every Instance each speaker will cover two counties. His work will be reinforcement by local speakers and every community will have an opportunity to participate in the great educational movements which are sweeping over Kentucky. One of the most important events of the campaign in each county will be the "rally day." This should be thegrealest eventin thehistory ofthe county. An meet open-i- n ing with music and marching and special, entertainment has been planned to take place in each county seat. Let every business man every busy man every Kentucky woman attend the big meeting. All teachers, trustees and school children should attend this meeting and tney snouid be joined by everyone who is interested in the children of the Commonwealth. Many of the noted men in political and official life in Kentucky have been asked to deliver addresses on the occasion and every effort will be made to make it a gala day. A great conference of the speakers and superintendents has been planned to meet in Frankfort prior to opening of the campaign, and a complete review of the campaign will be made and a uniform plan of action will be decided upon. The entire purpose and scope of the work will be discussed, a uniform plan will be agreed upon and all speakers will be asked to work in unison. One important change in the plan of the coming campaign will be the shifting of the bombardment from the city to the rural community. Most of the campaign of 1908 was devoted to the cities and small towns while that of 1909 will attempt to to reach rural school conditions. As a rule the cities have good systems of education already and every effort will be made to bring the standard up of the rural school. Miss Dora Smith, County Superintendent of this county, is taking special interest in this campaign as well as all other moves for the betterment of educational interests of and should have the our people In making the "rally day in rulton county a big success. Prof. B. F. Gabby will probably be one of the speakers to "stump" tthe state, and would be a good man on the platform. er all-da- whole Ro.a tnu IN THE TEAR lHr$t Y OU want your clothes to fit, of course; some men consider fit so important that they pay extra prices for it; or send their measurements away to some unknown maker; or go to other trouble, thinking that ht m clothes is a matter or exact inches this way or that. 1 J&Sm k anyone else; if he drapes the garment right and yoinget your general size, the clothes will fit. Fit is in the way clothes hang; the designer has more to do with 4t than o y I That's why Hart Schaffner all-wo- & Marx $5f clothes fit so well; they're designed for it. And the fit asts, because of fabrics, thorough tailoring and the right models. ol inn ir Ytc wumi yuu w wear u-- i. ijuiaiincr. nun o-t-ff '' J III & Marx Clothes . . .i n spxo gei out orr mem. ouns a h o fojthe good you'll 10 . r rr f We have suits ofother makes for less money, $10, $,'12.50 and $15, the very best that fcan be had for the price. i And n don't overlcVok the fact that we show the most elegant line of shoes and furnishings in these parts. SMITH Back in Tkt Sz, AMBERO- Gen Tylei Forrest Cavalry Corps held its annual reunion in the Merchants' Exchange yesterday, Gen Henry A. Tyler, of Hickmao, Ky., being unto the command animously of the corps. More than 100 of the battle-scarre- d heroes who followed the fortunes of that peerless cavalryman. Gen. Nathan Belford Forrest, throughout the war were in attendance. Gen. Baxter Smith, of Nashville, presided over the meeting, with Capt. Dabney Scales acting as secretary. Gen. Tyler was placed in nomination by Gen. Charles Scott, of Mississippi, in a brief but eloquent His election was unaddress. animous and Gen. Tyler displayed considerable feeling at the honor thus bestowed upon him, thanking n words his comrades in for their courtesy. The entire corps was invited by Col. W. A. Collier to attend the reception given at his residence yesterday evening in honor of Miss Lucy of grandaughter White Hayes, President Davis. Mrs. Josie Fraiee Cappleman of Little Rock read a splendid poem, written by herself and dedicated to Forrest's men, at the close of the meeting. Memphis well-chose- IlicKman Trade. Early Closing Would Help. Nobody puts In more long, tedious, confining hours than the average country merchant and his force of clerks. Gentlemen, wouldn't it be a good Idea to close up about six o'clock in the evening, and get a little breathing spell? You will make just as much money ; this has been clearly demonstrated. The general public no longer works from dawn to darkness as in the days when the storekeeper kept open from early sunrise until long past the hour for honest people to be asleep. Even in agricultural districts, the farmer spends but a comparatively small part of his days in fields from early light to deep even and he has no growls to make if he knows the retailer of goodj objects to living and having his being entirely within the walls of his store-Everperson who works for a living, no matter how, has respect for the deilre of others to have some leisure time from their labor. The retailer who Is ready to accede to requests of fellow retailers need not watt for their approval to his plans. He who desires to close his store on any given day or at any given hour and so advertises the fact that the buying public may know his intentions has nothing to fear in the way of lost business. Public senitment will uphold independent action of the right sort at all times. It is well to be in accord with fellow men in business, it is not well to cling to the rear and at all times delay a sensible movement for fear someone else may net be willing to do likewise. City people can do all their shopping between the hours of eight and six and none of It on national holidays; why should Hickman merchants cling to the Idea that country people want shopping days six hours longer when In reality they have never signified objection to more reasonable limits on the time to do How Tramps are-Made- . LibertV hai entered tit Ca.r: w.jmbui-HickmaNew Uiii.l tnie again, after a very it"-- . career under the manage-k- cfCapt Davli and crew, who mhU n the toils of the law for r '.uizg the bcal option law. The t:at it r.;w m charee of Cant. Frial Casi.ly, and A. A. Faris, -- )ii acquainted with thli Jtiticcan, ayi there will be no t ! cn the Liberty now. It ..lbe that the Liberty m:.is,:Jer the hammer a ihort izi the purchasers have CTrha.!el her, putting in sleeping. fir berths, etc. ed Here are the forces that help to jar men and boys loose, forces that have doubled in the last twenty years and are still increasing. New labor-savin- g machines, throwing more men out of work, new machines to make use of child labor, new machines to speed up to American pace. In the last ten years the rail roads, the mines, and docks have maimed over a million men. And the public is paying the pensions, for thousands of cripples thrown out of their regular work, take to the road, and with no miracle coming to turn them back, become tramps and bums, doing no work at all, begging and stealing their way. Rush and slack seasons demanding more and more armies of surplus labor ; the swift growth of industry, bringing to America millions of immigrants, over half of them young men who come along; and most all the rail roads demanding increasing throngs of nomadic camp workers ; the railroads, "the real hot circus," tempting boys to the road and giving to all kinds of hoboes easy and free means of travel. Lastly, the huge tenement hives, where years by years people are packed in tighter ; where years by years life grows more nervous, tense and restless. And deep under all these conditions responding to the chances they offer, the old human love of the road that lies deep down in the souls of men the "wanderlust" of humanity. ut The prkct wm J,,,, a.r.R a daily ""Ft Sunday Ift'-Jboa- t stop at Hickman, Is rightly managed, be appreciated by all towns cn hrr rc jte and will doubtless make State Supt Crabbe suspects that wholesale thefts of examination question which are to be used in the next State teacher's examination have been made from his office in Frankfort. An investigation is be ing made. How They Started. It is an interesting study to ac quaint yourself with how many of the men in the United Slates senate Lot their start in life. There is much In It to arouse all the latent energy In a boy, and to make him bend all his powers to accomplish something in this life which will cause his fellow men to applaud him, and to point to his life as one well worthy of emulation. "BIHey" Lorimer, senator elect from Illinois used to collect nickles from passengers as a street car con ductor, and he occupied various oth er positions in the industrial world which many folks would regard as menial. He will not find himself lonely in the senate. There are many other members of this ll ed "Most Exclusive Club in the World" who are of humble origin and who got their first start in life in just such ordinary, every day occupations as those which first engaged the attention of the new solon from IUIonis. Senator Curtis, of Kansas, was once a jockey, and a very good one, too. . Senator Scott, of West Virglnh, was a glase-blowat the time when, d bodies and brawny with arms, the workers in that industry , collected a portion of molten glass upon the end of a tube and with their own breath blew it into snape. Senator Beveridge, of Indiana, was a "lumber-jack,- " and helped to denude the forests which he is now so eager to save. Sen.-iln-r Nixton. of Nevada, was a telepraDh ooerator before he eot in terested in mines from which he has since made millions. Gallinger, of New Hampshire, started in life as a printer, and then studied medicine and became a doc tor before he entered politics. Senator Smith, of Michigan, had unusual advantages in training in parliamentary procedure, for he began' his career as a page in the Michigan legislature. Senator Chamberlain, of Oregon, clerked in a general merchandise store. Even the great Aldrich, recognised leader of the senate, and arbiter, through his position as chairman of the finance committee and his control over the pending tariff bill, of the destiny of almost every mine, factory and mill in the United States, got his first practical business experience behind the counter of a retail store. Senator Bulk-leThe silver-haire- d of Connecticut, also began life as a clerk, while Senator Perkins, of California, still refers with pride to the time when he served as a sailor before the mast in many a long voyage. Senator Richardson, of Delaware, whose father was'a canner and packer, entered into that business and learned the trade, working his way up from the lowest position. Senator Jones, of West Virginia, was born three days after the death of his father in the civil war. As soon as he was old enough to hustle for a living. He hired out to do all kinds of farm work when he was only ten years old. so-ca, half-nakey, t.. mey fcr her owners. $100 Reward $100. nli ll.. .l.i.. ... i nut U Ilnll' "if onlylnUrrli. tt(M FOR MEN ONLY! A Special Drive in Shirts - I ! ' r , nit Ileal t , in jpoui i 3' lt , .urrcf of the y.leui tlm Imiiulatlon of tli ii in the imtieni irrniitli tiy " ''I'liiHtiilUin mill tuiUtliiii ; lUwork. TUo iruprllor (nili in Ittcuretlv iHiMur '"" Huna for xltle euro now Ofttnrrli lioiinl riulrr n ,rrh r''"""'. illrwclly upon ny. netlnir fratvriiltr. i!M-n- , Oft. Commercial-Appea- l. "'I I f , ,1,1' .. . . ll.t " ,U,' ymlly g fof con.tipauo,, I.S':;an!!,,Ue Co1""'" sayathe nZ m,lls paid $1.61 a bushel ,1'' f"fa carload of wheat. It S,YM lhe only carload ge guj, available in the, of ,af farM ra)he central H. D. Gibbs, of Union City, was here Monday on bussiness. Mr. high average" at Uibbs won the theState Tournament, at Little Rock, Ark., last week. Our fellow townsman, S. L. Dodds tied withtwoother gentlemen for the State ChampionSTKAYKl) OU 8TOI,BN:-Oii- u ship, which, by reason of their being was given to another, rel mart1, 15 hands IiIkIi, ami 1.50 Gold Shirts $1.00 sor- part of the local millers h 52,r,ino advan ASfgcSS! alatc. in ihe pfi quotation of $7.40 a ono colt. Colt hud bull on nock WANTED Stock to pasture. On when laut scon. Muro 1m badly crost-falloColt'a loft hind foot 1b wlilto good clover and grass pasture. Plenty of water and shade. Terms Howard If returned to Joo Torrt'lt. reasonable. A. M. Shaw, State lllckiuau ,ICy. Q These are odds and ends, carried over from Inst season, though the materials are as good and in most cases better than can Line, Ky. 52-2- c be had for the same money today. They are the regular "Gold" Shirts, sold over the United States at $1.50 to $2.00. Come In and Get The Choice weckby Jobbe" trading"? Ask Husk.-O. oft, ls thc time hii ,1 8rrat0" anJ to send us your Ice boxes and for ttio guuuluo II. Mooru; Dutch Everybody has a weak spot and a man's enemies, when once they have Tuu found it, delight in rubbing their salt In fiat particular spot, ffAdSl. ' COmlDB t00n-- Cot' Tulupbouu Hint Krocory Hand cleaned Stock FOR SALE: Peaf. G. W. Nowton, Hlckman.ltp UutturuwurtU & l'rutliur. Don't think it is a waste of time to rest a little while, now and then. Lie flat on the bed, or even on the floor; stretch out at full length, let go of everything and shut the eyes and rest. Most of us keep keyed onlvr la up too tight; it wears us out more than the work we do. SMITH & AMBERG ti and licniM my intsssge, I want to lUten nn ul.111 iiaiii .Ta so. ny v,. i tat 1 HV MIIUJ to yours. Let mo hear it again aa you III u "W iur i u have all heard It so often In the charge Cver Western k'sntucky Llkt th Dw" mm.nyMn',Doilh. . Let mo hear the reliel yell. Aid didn't they vellf W. C. SPEED, and J, C. SEXTON, You roilld hear Jackson's legion thun noil ii.. dering iIomIi the slope and catch the ilust Editors and Proprietor. Tl, ... uiinriira !. , of Forrest's brigade clatterlrg by like a whirlwind In that yell. It came ngnln ia ii...... .i.,.i.- - ., .. ONE DOLLAR VER YEAR and again, circled three tlmea from the . tH Tui..i ur.nub,tviuob i nun i i if i vention, aial the din ''Mil CASH IN ADVANCE. pit to the very peak, of the roof of the rst loudly so the. 8COT CHURCH ROW NEAR .""IU.1 great building and died away In a hum nf . At on,' ,.h . GLASGOW. "Off laughter and approval that' 'bordered of ' 1 Hswoman and hi,e Entered at the nickman, Kentucky, llimn tears. rSpccchcs of Add . postofflca m second-clas- s tbie a number of Twa?. a, mall matter. A Gen,' Kvant took his Scat smid a storm of applause following thei giving of the jell, which by the way got the dear POLICE USE CLUBS III EIGHT ranr out. iv n,.. "' old lioya Into good trim for enjojlng the COTTON CROP Memphis, Tcnn. Shortly after 10 phis, lias been assigned lo me. And per rest of the proceedings and "limliered 'clock Tuesday morning tlie 190'J eon- mil me to say that I esteem this cour- up" the gathering mightily, the cheering Open-Ai- r ssulll. mio liar Masting Be Protestant WE RAISE 00 PER CENT. 01 vrntion ot tho United Confederate Vctc-- tesy to me as an exceptional distinction, hioke out afresh mid was caught up from tow T.mtn.ny B.B on , came Stormy Dem"WORLD'S PRODUCTION. waa called to order In the llljou for I am nhvays proud and happy to the four comers of the building by the rani said frlrldly 111; u Theater by onstration Romanists BarriJolin II. Mc- meet and to greet the friend and com- great audience and tossed luick and forth wire. A in a storm nf applause. Gov. Patterson Supply for Mill Coniutnptioa I 10, Dowell, chief marshal and rummaiidcr of rades of five and forty year caded In Their Homes. fo. king, much les my humble self. inL'ht wa seen moving smilingly toward the the Tennessee division, U. C. V. 574,000 Unlet-Tex- as Lead IT..'". Win, em, The' big theater was crowded from "pit wll Ik-- proud to stand uncovered Morcec nlcr "f lht stage, All States. T1m (,'uveriiiir was praeefullr ilitro- to dome." The Mini of myriad liutnan Uie venerable gragiuents of a brave and And hostilities f viiaagow. June lu.Trouhlo that haa urday Evening MelXiwcll. and voices, like the sound of many water, heroic armies a ever stormed n citadel, dtlced l.v l i'0,t Washington. According to a recent tilled all the space, merging now and then fought a wn che.re.1 a he stertd forth to M'fi brewing between the Catholic. battle or won a victory, . -.. .1.. win sriiuri uiI lire ti d I'rotestnnta for months la at fever Prominent Womin ku r . f uwui uurai", it . J. u .11 .i 1,. In the meantime, "Representative' from every battlefield deliver hi address. ol ch,IIe State produced lu 11(08 of Uie M 0'ut lo from the Potomac to the Illo Grande ire . . I Ii WOBIsVi ... remnant oratory or the here. The followers of nnd John-puuptt . ..... , a. . I nn lh .. n ... .ii,.-- .. .11 eet songs of Dixie. It was iicrccd stoti, Hill mid Gordon, of Stewart and consumption is estimated at ,"" su t ' i i i inn ii mi rtii u'nrn ntirv iv i i Ia in liiia SMfutms ttnti .jjffr inn mni ............ intiii r , alo, now and then, by the fnmous "rebel ltn in ot on. nre here. Soldiers who fol (. Ml .... niiuuin i iniin' e....ii. ... ' i. ut,A Ii -Paicn. Mn U v . . slnU aiiunii u pierced w ith the lowed the two Johnsons, Ilragg, ltomm-ga- ..... .iiiiri ii mi km t.u v. i..- - v.tt. ui ttniiii. Ii If ! s'v nvnuj Li..iH... i r y"." miiu nil'. 11 in iindi " mi a . r.ej tm -. Tlie oo w.i rrmlfira liT Mm. Ya I Unrtctl Iho trouLIo. hut a Innr minn. Tn Hood, Polk, Harder, H. I). Ler, l iinsii vi u ion ri. . , Auction in tho LiHtoU Motes, utjuj Jlm .. ,r w t,) llurkncr. Cheatham. Hlndms.il. Walthall. niiril. nnd tl inttumnttiil arcoinmiii air Irntrnnt tnrtliiir ai ni'lilniilv I "umc -- - Ior cnnumnfitM it.. .' ' fmitn nf tin I Yiiiii lliirpiiil. vtiridUMi I w th ion- Ull K1 ... i lie i rnnrrritHi inin an nnn tiniiuiiir iimnn. i U ra,re V"' ,?!,,m Cleburne and Grnmlbcrry, Forrest, Wheel nirni vni rirrn itr ruiiuv'i itaiiti. in net weight bale, vv..s 13,00i.000. unJ saniianum for the Ch .n t, i Jts er, Morgan and Van Dorn, arc here. He- - Iitimiliirtlfin In Mi antit1 un ntut nf tli I ttrnllnn ",ncn.t ""j J0',?" , 00 per cent, of the total 'comsis institute at a 7. gray roe that carried the Hags of 'Kirhv most plctureviue and startling evTiits of Tlio Catholics barricaded tlii'insetve Jrcl.l cotton produced. Briti.h' India, unIfon" ,n vc era,., ...... ' "'"f hd borne arm. Smith and I'rieo, McCulloch, Cabell and the convention. At the right of the o-- n their homes, but th I'niteatants. Mrs. Dorden H.rrim." second, produced 2,014,001 whic), rank. the .Marmnilukp, are here, a also, pcrbt. lolt, just at tho center of the tiers of with a big numerical advantnee. broko flW, I bales, orflS pe'r 'cent. Moat of the re- 0n ,m"n rtton o( the (house and surged seamen who were with Semmes, Maffet, seats on the back of the stage occupied I Into many ot the houses and assault- - largely to the consunp. I tnainder i. produced la Cblti'ud Brazil, Porto Hlco, Mr. Albert k J n along the rosliy the Jaunty in t mi n.n.in.. .....rii.,..-- .i trura.eied rank upward across the aile - nucha nan andof other naval celebrities. crimson chairs, a arose andlittle maid as cd tho occupant. wife of a prominent srm. ..... Comrades leaned uniform soundeI heroic mrmorlea rush nhat 'n i... use ciuds on muifltrents. linn., I .( u.. ..... . !...!.. ....i..... er rtJ tie Ueks of their opera chairs upon us a these names and the1 Valiant sembly' upon the taigle. It was Mis A detail of iwrtlre was culled Into f .... . i.ianu . ir.rour.ti ih. r.i. ... cral other'count'rlcs. , exploits of the men they commanded sre Tteatriee llin chain, of Memphis. . "n" s'iook lianas in uie rencwnl hi a f.i .....I in k. action and, after nn hour's clubbing vrusaae sue Intar.ritel , r'" clearly, with rxqulsllely of tho belligerents succeeded In ! lon r jo I fellowship Which licga"if win bright morn recalled. re Kinma Calre la a mn.i ... ,n tUe "I welcome and low to the rerered ahd modulated cadence, the notes ef the well storing order for nd' cent? came' from" the territory nest 'c, per "f'T woraer, ana has g'.vta Urjf, the time. honored remnants of armies that 'fought known call rang out as, the choir with oX the .MisiiMippi rnxr, while the Stajci Twenty of the rioter wens serious talent and money for ths rUtf '"B one motion arose in It place. And be ly lnl,,r.l ahil mvea until this day. battles and won victories when ....... II tuhttrrilln.l. -- " ...I , I I. ...... I,,iti.l...l n. ..IU. -J fast of the Mississippi contributed 7,W, ..Hl.UtVW SCfl Mill Out In the w ngs old cronies gathered ragged and hungry. "AnJ we fore the brcathles audience royld gues v ....ta-.- i i. .. . . . 355,178 bales, or 54.1 per cent. ii9itiiv iitirt i .t... ..... i .fin.r.niM t.mm n1 r"oU thtir taea ot otllcr dywould marvel that men" of sucli mold what was criming next the wlmle himThe 1008 cotton crop for the United ui ia imuilneiir, nut only in Mother- - th public on tultrculRls. n,. i,r...n r.v..r inn? They swapped reminiscences and wined could ever have vanquished, if we iirei or so oi uieni nan piungeii into uiei..,, I but throughout the country, as THE HINT Gf.NTf.tL . laughter over did. not know that they were finally over- souhstirrlng ehallenge of Dixie' strain. . of 2,211,843 bales, or 10.4 per cent. It J"rtIvc rJ'M or roarcJ Iw .. ."-v11 . . ... ...I.,,, I.. l,. . I funnJ" l'appcnl?1gs of half a century ago.' powered mrirc by the vast preponderance is the third largest crop cer produc-edI . ...i ""-" ""., ' .ling excetslcd only by the crop of 1001 In mingled gayety and gloom, the sit- - of numbers and resource than by gener- ..I..,.. .i;i -- and lieran r.hl address....... ..v"1""'.rolll.n .l.rt.1 Th lllflMniir ., 3f..T as Introduced uo convemion alship, courage and prowct: mote by. . and 1000, and is 078,751 bales larger wa lilie unto tliat u' the beginning of famine than by fighting. For, four tryy f!oi-- . lt.tter.on i. nnVof the, errat ora- - rolM,"nl feK" working .than the acrage crop of the last live " couniy. uieir open-ai- r meet- the Krfat civil strife eight, and forty nig r.u sanguinary years you maintained (nr. i,t it,.' K,.n. rif ...,...r..iin "terly attacked year ag- - Women were fluttering about, your cause against odd that vrould liavV ireearid powerful voice, tie never spexkf I J ' " In the State of Texas, tlic second largdriven the armies of Wellington, or Xav rill,f.nt illl.rrln i ihmi.v. vaiuuiiuiui, Kll'UllT pn. U,R nuj1' f valiant men. Tl..r I est crop ia reported, for 1904 " Catholics. Te scene of the' opening ortjio after- - poleon to despair. It required four Fed wa considerable disorder in the hall a ' being 3,013,034 bale, which is exceeded wonderful con- - eral soldiers, who were better armed, bet- ho liegan, for the enthusiasm stirred by only by that of 1000, which wai 308,740 nocn essloij presented-AT Ulea iarger. In Texas there was a 're- - trast. Gone were the fluttering ribbons tor fed, better clad and better provided thesongandby his owijVpjaraneehad DCQQ PFyQIT Ml IUIMC NUNC 31 r. Sanhead rnarkable falling off in the eotton pro- - ""J nodding plumes of the morning. in every Important respect, four long stirred the people deeply; but in a few .. t' I duction for 1007, the percentage being lj0ne 1,18 mronging, cbattering, applaud- - years lo overpower one ragged, lntefpot moment the house wa alMnlutely Iji. n,,een A"e.ted After Flrlna 100 12 o clock. I.rk rvai f iu. is. ,ii.i rni- 44.0 eompared with 1000. I"S mass of spectators. Weak atad bare d and hungry Confederal. When the .n.i .mill si.. .m,.M. sroin. Bhot at Repairer In We.t ik.m ,.ir ii..i, f,.. il.! nii,.ni .L Alias Hmarf .It-.But this SUte increased its crop in above the rostrum towered the tiers of disparity of men and means, Jn .war faVirginia Workt. snowy aeats where in the morning sat cilities, appliances and resources of all great gathering gave him the most flatBUI Off llll tn.mn.rnw .1.. . .. 1008 by C3.8 per cent, over' 1007. Texas Uniformed rows of beauties, sponsors kinds, are considered, it must be admitalone produced 2S.8 per cent, of the total the -. .. june l0.-- Al lor tlie country for the period covered in and membe'rii of the On i ted Confeilrrato ted that the South made a gallant fight evoked by his wntimenl provoke,! them An Unconscious Trittls. lkxKiier mines Hhrriff 1) cklnson ., ...... , Clialrs. Illejli and bare behind tho par- - in uerensce of her right to Independence. 1000. , .1 V i. .... ,, Hen ... . j .rr-.ir-........ nfin..n .v.,f. t.l ........ j. r,i.UM ...Ma. uis uusiuess . . ... .. qot and, rfarward.-tbwin- l tho iurthMt I congratulate the survivors of her pass- did. . a ml flajc and fired moro than v jt, iuki uecaa 10 lass i .t UNEARTH B.LACKHAND GANG atreteh of. the celling, ahono t- l- empty ing armies not only on. the gallant fluht At th close of Gov. Patterson's ad under seats which, jiad thronged and thrummed they made, but upon tha justice 'aTlheir dress the Confederate choir scored an- 100 shots nt a crew of r7- -v ,u lutv rv.r 1I1PV OlSO SllOK St Him.rlnf,'ni1.rf fI Ith eagernd applauding friend in the cause, 'l hough . . . other success In the song, "Maryland, My and , Federal Inspectors Claim They Hays Mine Gillie, ndluwlng the arrests. iu ue. ... in. . . , . . - ri Do-in the center, well toward denied us separate independence, tha Maryland. taorniiig. Big- Band. Tnl evoked gewtou ap "How about lettlnr Hcbti 4 Ri 300 furelRiiera secured rifles and rea handful of gray vet- - principle for which we contended still plause, ending with the real old rebel Cincinnati. In several arrests made the volvers and took to the hills after a have your "next roni'rti-r- tt nf tv Mc I yell, following which he lurgesci Dtzid in Columbus, Marion and Dcnnison, eran m firai- - fneing them upon the live in the right of buttle with tho sheriff and a posse. No novelties tage were a handful of also congratulate you that the younger Dowell turned over the gavel to Gen. '"Ohior local 'Federal irisitcctors and Jc- ice V tu.uuia.iuixr lnjur-d- . ' eWtfod of Ocers, whoso thinning tern- - generation of this country and the peo- Kvsns mil the convention went into the one was of deputies la Ing gentlemanly jovtt fc;:oiD fectives who workca In conjunction with A forco guarding the nd faces told of battles ple of tlie world generally are - T'V transaction of business. them in the case "believe they hare unnil That's Jut the f The rrtort that nn manufacturer wlthadc Miii) " Gen. l.vans read his annual report, mine property. and of the in- - to understand the issue, involved In our tarthed 'the biggest and bet:organld w"BeJ BnJ won evltable approach of final defeat at the girat Interstate war. Already the (ruth which wa received with many express American child had been killed and his head. Tm no res'! M c; branch of tho, black hand in vtlua coua- that tho strikers attempted to burn and I dnn'l rire nn.. 1 try, Marion, O., being probably the head J181"1" f the last great enemy, whoe ap- - of history Is coming our way, and, It Is ions of approval. Gen. Clement A. Kvan introduced tht the company's tipple, wire denied by closing not improbable that- - somo of us will live of the organiiation. Chief l'ostofflce In- - proaciies are silently but aurt-l. ., rnn.m mr r ,n t . llut there to see our historic vindication triumph annual orator of the t'nile.1 Confederate coal company officers. anector Charles Holmes of thi citv. whs ,n "bout them one by one. a 'ok upon their faces and n cleam ant ami complete. Veterans, Gen. TJ.fodore H. Gsrnett, of I t? aiwar uoar ac3 j. ru c ia In chan?e of tho woik which liaa re- , ... . .. .... .il. i.k r ... r 1 n v r. n p. "I have the fullest faith that posterity ........ suited in the lirrcsts made so far, is au- - ' their eye which foretold that, as in I "eica uiey suirered when tbe Stars will honor and perpetuate the story jnnst profoundly optlmistie and Kholarly thority for the statement that evidence 'went- down in ultimate failure your just and heroic struggle, and though ever deHvere.1 Iwforo that body. Gen. Mlttlsslppl has heen secured showing that the gang anl Predatory Instincts. Dweller Exchanges Shots ncn loos tlie grinders ceasM be- our heart are beating slower thaitjthny Garnett sjiole with a powerful voice and oneratins from Marion and with lines The inherited fredi! 1 Uticv With Burplar Finds His I causs 'they were few," these reaching into a number of big cities of The interest ac uncommered did in tho wild, stirring dav of other perfect enunciation. men to scire upon u Neighbor Dying, the countrj-- , haye fleeced different per- - "na unconquerable heroes would yet, years, evrry throb i a conscious tuitnory corded him wa all that the most exact- people's labor li st; i trxt wins in this and. other States put of through faith iu their Almighty Captain, of a right and and an honorable eauic.jin g orator could have demanded. It was Water Valley, Miss . June 10. While while we have norn'sg . . . k.t. u ripni cauKr can ever uie. thousand ol dollars in the last few snatch from this approaching discomfit- I'ppered and salted liberally with ap pnlnj tho home of e..M nnaliy, J. It. Marquette, comrades, I have no language strong plause. months by the application of black hand "e a victory that shall be everlasting. Henry Hill wn wounded by a bullet ruuufcll IIVIU lull,.'. Hero and there, when the afternoon enough and ardent enough In whfth to methods. Following Gen. Garnett's oration. Sax and favored lnduJ"rif cir fired session began, a weary old veteran might greet you hero today. by' band rendered a medley of Southern Marqucttoi , .. . .. i at a .burglar. , n ...... . .... sue i.' ruts n . TAFT TO BE ARBITRATOR " ""rKmr excnanK. era. iwus lueir be seen nodding in his seat. The faces " "Again I salute you and hid you thrice nlrs, and Gen. Kvan. wa. it to Intro tis It t.ta te" slmta. bu neither was hurt. Tho eternalWell. IndecJ. Cs ' cf ! of many drooped with pathetic languor. welcome to the heart and hospitalities dun the next speaker, when .on.e old vigilance Is fled Bml lrqtietto went back ty. b"rla.r out: God nerer tncant lbt la till Between Senate and House Situa- Tlie day was very hot, and tho excite- oi your iriemls comrades and country Confeilerate ment and discomforts inevitably attend- men here. Every flag that floats in this "Dixie! Give us Dixie!" tion Is Simplified. but treacherous worM la ! sli H heard groaning and found II III. placed us we i Washington. President Taft and Sen- ing such a gathering were telling upon city, every streamer that adorns a build inc. a cxrs is tti. t. vssiii.- - i mil s'v .... stalwart frames. They ing, every blast from horn or bugle, and all quarters, of the house. 1'rof. Saxhy, ono of '' tlose.t friends, dying. ator Aldrich were in conference an hour those wivuuui sicauiai. ..wv. - and a half at the executive offices Tues- were the remnant, shattered and feeble, every shout that rends the air, proclaims who wa In tho act of taking hi scat, I MAKING SUNSHINE of the mighty hosts of Leo and IJeaure- - a welcome to the veterans." "rmer's Family Missing. wavere.1, mllcd, and with Indulgent coo.1 day afternoon. Poplar Illuffs. Mo, Juno Following Gen. Gordon's speech. Mayor humor, lifted his batoi- - The strain of The tariff is understood to have bequ gard, of Jackson and Johnston yielding Dixie" crashed upon the tlimult and! Jmes Moore went to his farm home, n sinfn. now, as they had yielded then, to tho In- - James H. Malone, of Memphis, wa In flu. tnnlp linitpr il IfciMtKSlfin. , ...... ...,,. .. . , I. ... .1.1. . I . . . nr-. improper selcc'Jca of ..F.I . I ment was given out with regard to the evitablc, but facing the inevitable with troduced mid delivered an address of wrliro.o vs iin cneers ior . ..,...-.-- , "" huiui i nun cur, ancr .1 i . Tho itt 1.; ,n-dauntless spirit. como on behalf of the city of Memphis. Mavln. tho ,,U ..; in., lnc tho lK)llera of Ihn Poolar lllnff trn ur,TC" mn0' " Specifically it was said at conference. despairing iJinra. ...- ......" .: : UeDtiia of BinSIng f the United Confederate i,cn. J.vnns was Introduced, and once the. tt'hite House that there was nothing - - v - ' I ....... .l.t,.... .nm. frnm I . .. I ..t .... ... f..l T ... 1. n..t kll.l.. .... tp be said about the announcement that &"'" wa a decided feature of the eon- - moro tho cheers of the treat asscmblac :,, ...iiiiii, ui v- , r.i .,,-- .l (k.t U XZt irilCail. WBSI fi.ln v. r.,lf. r.v VIIIIUI.-I- . .UU IIIIVI1 I wagon and team also are . . . . ... then Introduced, and apealed eloquently "nnthe. president will be called upon to act "ntlon. Scores of prettily uniformed Drone forth a the grizzled commander-in- ngul lOOU will uiaac y,, ,; with trained voices chanting chief of the United Confederate Veteran to the veterans 'and their friends to take I missing. Mooro nnd Deputy Hlierltt as arbitrator between tho Senate and prettyjjirls onco more. ,,1C t0DS dear to tlio hearts of the old arose from hi seat and approached House, conferees on the tariff bill. the up the work of erecting suitable inonu-- l Nanco are In search or them. Sheriff An old veteran oi ment to the brave Confederate dead. McCowan has telegraphed f very liolnt This announcement has treatly simnll- - Confeds would have stirred the hlexxl of speaker ataml. ' In October I t .Mass., says Gen. hvan citing what had been accomplished In I within 100 miles. tled the situation. It is generally sup- a far more phlegmatic people than filled spoke deliberately. It bick nnd weni lo oca, ij- -s seemed aa though ho were rather search una posed that this arrangement will put the the llljou Theater. liy tha federal survivors uf in about CO days. IU4lo( After prayer by Dr. James II. Ing face of his.audiencn for flashes of tho war. He admitted the disnaritv in I president in a position largely to get Several Drowned In Cloudburst. doctor, food hurt mo nd I W i .... .... 1. .. of Mcmphit, chaplain-genera- ! of the recognition than appealing to them other- ..... from tho conference, the kind of bill ,c v J .rciom, nupiu my, a. u., Juno iu. ii is ro--1 almost entirely on msrne- V. t, li V., (ien. George V. Gordon was wise. One looking nnd listening received ...ii, which he believes will meet the platform uiMi. mo iieonie Ol t ie riout h norteil llinl aevural n.r.nn. wnrn in ..ll.l - . li.irrsaea B' . ' . . . . .. V Introduced and spoke in welcome of the tue impression rather of a personal art- - .1 1.1 .i pledges of his party. : " j w,. ... iiiriuuic uruwncu ni unuerwoou, n. i)., after, water would run cui ' assembled veterans on behalf of tho ex- peal than of a mestage to his audience.' ... u,rm ry oi uieir nerw wiore the tho town had been flooded by a cloud-InitiDRINKING ON INCREASE. ecutive committee and Memphis vete- It wa a though the commander-in-chie- f last of them shall have passed away, burst. Great daman, wn. .ir.n i "II rans, Gen. Gordon soke with great de- were searching for the clew which would Co . A. J. Ilarrl, of the monument com- - property. This Is almost cut doctor nallJr M,d 1 b CTr' Children Are Real Victims ot the Rum liberation and splendid voice, every word let him into the heart of heart of each mlttee, read lit reimrt. Col. S. A. Cun- - Lit from rniir.,isuction My good nnd must die Habit. address the veteran liefore iilngham, of the Veteran, snoko brleflv " ' ' 'Atlantlo Cfty, X. J. Prefacing hi of hiparts of thecnetratiiig toIlls remot- and every nil hnno Wn were SI V1" 11M est building. . .. .. manner him. If the linprrsslon wa correct, he on behlf of hi publication, and the con tnr uuiv Baby Snell Party to Suit, aio., ni uiai .i prnrerr . address with the assertion that "chil- was'very earnest,. and ho was more than wa not long finding v.... in n dren of men and women who ums alcohol onre interrupted by applause. Ills speech nought. It rippled out tho response he vention adjourned until Wednesday. B Clluton, 111., Juno 10. Motion to set in cheers a he bought somo and pcs,litl ore the jctd victims of the rum habit," was as followst stepjied forward to open hi speech. It Carries Flag He Bore Through Battles. aside on order making Harry Snell, n. Dr. T. Alexander MacMcholl of New Gen. Gordon's Address. six months old, a party to suit to break trr It. thundered Id the pit when he made a -Hearing the flag he I had no faith m n. York, in a sieech before the .Society for "Comrades and Countrymen The hon feeling allusion to ihe privations and core of the hardest carried throueh a tlio win or col Thomas Snoll, million my sorpriss . -. buttles of the war, ni.n.n nor To the Study of Alcoholics, caused a greater or and pleasure of was overruled liv .IihIimi H.ilon here this dangers which bound them all together. A. C. I'resley, of Monroe, .n nihor loon N. C., color ensation at the meeting of tho American ,)CautIfu, iumlner moniIllJft'OI1 Wmlf of It came forth like paean hllbrlrk In tho Dowltt county circuit Lnd before I had taken thfi when h stood sergeant of tho a by saying that con- Norlh Car Medical Association executive cgmtnltUe of tho reunion liefore them at the close and saidt courl- - InU coao was rcdockctod and Una reiriment. i wa8 well on theraena. ' attendim.- !, UIUOUS in uie tew juiit jmuuu vjiuuib and the Confederate veterans of Mem .... ri,raw. . i lull, i,a ti..,..,. ...... I. "Now you have listened to my voice' raie reunion lierc. Hiy nena. my '"" lolt rival those of ancient Sodom, and that trap--I gained we g" and iWeucracv. mental deficiency and other Thu Hon, T. U. Sisron, prominent in Hest Too Much for Many Thieves Steal Band Stand. back to inr - c( KOUN1) THIS CAM I' IlltK. "I went cf Veterans. drawbacks to the proper education of u! Son of Veteran elrcl, and Cougresv " 3tsTI"y City. N. J., iino now nftor six City Hosnital ...i,..t... youth have increased at a ixtce that man from tho Wliiom (.Mi.) district, .... Cumpflre stories and music were the ... liiar v ti moii iiviibou uurK iu ne I. "threaten the future of the republic" . ......... ... reached Memphis Tuesday morning from iiusv Lr ii" in. in ...i.r..,.. ...r, w,iii. ui iI urn ...... heat, and Ixith Dr. J. I). Mo.V..l. fr, """"" wuarier aim curne.1 off thai""'.'" M.. Dr. MacNIcholl blames much of the ruin feaiuic of an open meeting Of the Con- - Washington und registered nt the" .d o nna '"J1 ln ft truck' li wa" or the alcehollc huhlt and disorder Iu- - federato Dame Tueday night at the where he will remain during the the hospidU, and Poll, Surgeon W. W. .hcar,y .man' Cumberland rreabyterbin Goldstein, fro,,, Central Kuiion Church, on reunion. fro jiarent U0"" "vforo tho .authorities, ruallred ucroro 1 herik-ill wh'ttt ,ad haimcm-dCourt avenue. The Cumberland I'rraby tft kent busv il.r, 1,... ..y, cii't. aiit ni? jiom inr b . "Old Oeorgo" llorrington, negro, who tcr iii to U tm ..(. . I asv Ing to make afl'Jav t to ,,w TvuthflN h served' iu tho New President of Dartmouth. Georgia regi' J11.' ., Pk.vlvanla Swiar JUfluIng Compuny Concord, N. II.. June 10 Prof. lll" " i si.. ment, I a jiopular figure on the sticet in llnn.l "ThO nOSd 10 uaysW tho. AwerW-a- , Kugur P.iflnihg 1" I:UI10" f "Is memory. Toward noon W. H. Will. ft....lan.i ,, ..7.T .... hit gray uniform. Rrnest Fox Nichols, D. So., professor Tex., nnd J. (1. Do.hield. Kurt Pajne! nkca. "Thcre'a a reon''".i-f- .. T read III ut of oourt this evening. The cao 1,11. K. It, Rowley, one of the orlglnul mem-tier- s Col, IL Z, Tujlor, of Trenton, Trnn ...,, rro overcome. Ur Go dsteln re. of experimental physics at Columbia. .. ITnlunsllf ft. . nmved .lK.m , of the Harris Zouave Cadets, Is In well known thiough hi lfSu on trial for two week ia the I'ulM experience with neither i seiiously lulrrctl. ill, merely having I aui Tucker. Stales District couru the cltr. I the night riders, arrived Tueday night. I falnlp.1 Iron. Iinttl THE HICKMAN COURIER CONFEDERATE REUNION , i SECTS RIOT: ONE i TEARS AND CHEERS GREET THE OLD HEROES. nJllOED .... Singing "Dixie" Sweeps the Great tinllicriiiff Eloquent Orators Its Feet to Remarkable Demonstration. h"d. SOUTHS " a Major-Cicnrr- ar. Maior-Generan 1 :i:YL.ErAbEE .r ......... tJfXZ'Tl ,,"- ,' - tuo-thlrd- s ,l.. r tr ,!,, ,.. nlii., le it. 1 .... Bnin nl, in tt .t.. s . iir ,a."f jr.' '"lS't 'l u.f, ' n.i. if i.-- ,iiu ivio t.l,. lll I ivui ..'.un. DellU-ratHr- Pp, "'""" lrc-foote- d, . . 7 M1 .... ki,. ..niii. - - U-e- ... -- , ' vit'k - i.i. nil. 1 .,r. "vl!,t ......ll. .....h .. V J - ...the ""v .... I st - '"i iier i'w .li... ... . - Major-Gcner- .l deet-Iine- d aJ lt; trc-..- 1 ., - if ... rnlp.lrt rmciii onui run injcr 1 ;:i' . v. .... ir.-ujr ii... nn al-n- """' r n.. . s 1 w one-tim- e 10hen . lr. ' . ' .!., """"""' fl lii"- ain-ciio- .,, 1 I ii.L-.-- -- ...... .... d i..i.. n.... It-- 7 , ... ovcm-nni- Forty-eight- 1 r....i. ' .... J i. lO.-Th- levci ,.,., 1 Pen-bod- , Buvl ... r" S?Sb. -- w" w r, '"""' 'J.U r Sixty-fourt- ty lllaSj ft - ab. 1 Iff STATE I NEWS Intnrcst to CAPITAL NOTES. Speelal Serlool tax Lfvy. Tho aperlnl achcol tax levy, mado In many roiimlea In thla atato undor tho now aoliool law, imut bo collected In tlm auim manner ai any of the nth. or county laxea. naya Attorney l Jmnci flrenthltt In an opinion given tu Htat Siierlntendent of I'ub-ti-c 1 nut ruction Crabhe. Ocn-ora- Mm Cabinet Vetoes "More Daylight" Plan tho president and hla advlsera that the welfare of tho clcrka and tho business Interests of tho government could bo promoted so far as tho volume of work concerned, by regulating tho hours ot labor according to (ho rising of tho sun, It waa found that tho plans which have bcon advanced by organized movemtnts In Cincinnati nnd other western cities and are to rocclvo parliamentary consideration In Kngland nro not feasible short of a revolution which would disturb banking nnd commercial conditions generally and bo widespread In Ita effect upon tho railroads. Advantages to bo derived by permitting government clcrka all over tho country to commence work In the cool hours ot early morning during the summer season and discontinue labora In tho carlj afternoon, with ample opportunity to enjoy tho sunlight In dally afternoon vacations, appealed to tho president. However, In view of thp fact that the government could not compel financial and commercial houses to adjust themselves to the proposed change, nnd tho further consideration that tho business ot tho post ofllco department would be vitally affected, entailing a change of schedules upon all railroads, caused the administration to decide not to attempt to encroach upon the prerogSilves of Father Time and for tho present at least thcro will bo no change In tho dally rputlne of the government clerks. s Fan and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. Our Hcaucrs Led r from many sources. ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS,... That we offer to depositors. Other induenraents are of secondary importance; Tho court of appeala .... ...... ittuts Statement Say- - 'icw rulo throuRh the han ndopled a l... wll Not n. a Deficit of which Ita menibcra hopi operation hf to almpllfy SoMOO" 12 0,000 When Gen-,f- Iholr work to a laruo extont. Thla now rulo pr6 Idea' that whcncvctf'a cano la A,..mbly Mclteil or referred to by counael In brief a...llin tVnnV 1. or aiKiimr.it, and It hax been publish- "... hv ,iiuiii . . ...i.mitnl lurlnc tlut ed In tho Kentucky lleporta, tho iiibllontlon of thn court, that pubooo or iz.fuv,uu lication mint bo cited, referred to aiid fi f rr- - ' ' MtAAli used, and no other. till nmitfiiiMi ll r-oitl-c!a i. Court of Appeals Adopta New Rule, Upon this Guarantee wc Solicit Your Patronage. H. BUCHANAN, President. -- J. A. TH0HP50N, CathUr. n. DIRECTORSDucbaoan, J. J. C. Dondursnt, O. B. Tbrelksld, 3. W. Alexa'ssr, Dr. J. M. Hubbard. R. M. later, T. A. Ledford, .."3 i - s''" , t III , of of Campbell county (Jor Will-am- i . Inrrcnied from f 100 to 1260 tho I K"" rewanl olTciod for tho apprehension ' il'- - n II ' i and conviction of ono John DcMois. i (1 from Inspectors j i, with ' di'fl It woilJ bo about Do.Mokk Is a fugitive, charged itement of Auditor murder, and the Inrrearo In tho f, ifiru Crnm thn itfittlO amount of tho rOwnrd la duo to the beCampbell countr j il mill, an ii vwiti" lief of the olllrera InUnited States and If In round nutnbora that ho has left tho tf KAAAA it'liAn tin considerable dlrtlrulty will be met In securing Ills return. hllo tho democrat n.oii' y left I" H'" """ r Unison i imwovitr, no nun '.ir In n .. '. to Auditor (inr U'lllion Oak ik. somllllnn nf " I'pon the rocommendatlon Reward Increased. ofll-rla- . fr . ItLTlC BUREAU IJ 'a.-S- - Li. I. Willi II ... ln.lllni-- f.rili Kentucky Flashes waro-hous- UNCOVEftEO for I tit Oitr : k button of Questions im. nation oi i . E. 9 Kr T W. Vinson Fit! Department of Education i ; r haa uncovered a bureau of questions for v.? t!st:bu'.on i l.ucy Jack of Hlmlra et UJtx lie .i of Elltabeth-- ' Sarah I. . other arreita will follow. t rndrnt t'rabbo II at a ,hB atlcKrd IIt ofs U hoM of thcra. . i aoi c, . i wort? beJJ In f r leather ir tj nhoola on May 28 ami 19. f ero com-- i r t" day 'here 5 t ar Hardin. Lincoln. Chris- r t i MT on comities. Tho trap '.J ' . ti" then cauacit thc'ar- i -- cn i h;wl eiainlastlon for teach- - had rrMtil t-- rJ lr. Kx-u- ' - n Jail FRANCHISE PURCHASED if r Heme Telephon Co. from City of Frankfort. Home Tele-- a fratichlai. from .induct ft telephone- ex-- ' ? nty In conformity with i reientty imM by tbt 'I'lnB tHephonoa and fix-- j Kr -- - Th i - k . ' x and 11.60 for real- ' f anchlip rii iurchaa(l i i (Jar ItrlKRs for tbo Home f Telppliono T t s' rt MJ on the frnnchliM'. ami I ' . sod ibat th rompany will i -: ' - a Mon of the council In fix-- t V 'r f.hone raloa at leaa than I ' - JriK and J2.75 for bual-- t I 1 - ;e mum prtrr at I2.C0 fur t t a s FOR MORE ASKEO QUARDS. Ji tr Bridget, of Frankfort, Feared Negroei Would Attack Jail In Re. vtrje for Lynching of Maiey. T- - J' f i- - . t ( Kr -- Jailer J. W. nrldRM un'v Jtidce Jnnica II. Mnn-X- ' 3 and Chief of 1ollc - h him Kiiarda at t ho Jnll, ' ' a h'' had Information that a ' r Km. a would attack tho jail r a wWtc man In retaliation of ? of John Maxoy. Ibo no-T 3Mltlona protection waa : j ( " n t invention. l".u..n'Ir Ky -- flm Myt lie Shrlnera M?. m a protvesalon here, tho most W us In and detail In tho hli-o- f 'he order Kully IC.OOOT mon ii '"il ni, all found nml reaplendent niv adf of rolort of ovcry line, rur throuen loe Mct ttrf& -- Motnbcra of thn re-- " executive committee 'a riuan. Mayor Craig, wore ' 'i'a of comldurablc goodt r' ' tan'rrltiR when It,' bernmo i" he aeUon of the comnilt-"i iing a ronventlon to not.it-ae i nd di'ra for county olllcca for W la would have to be reaclmled '" ison that the purty Inw pro-'ha' the dato act ahnll bo at leaat 'da., fr, m the tlniu of oalllns a pri- 'i Rj 1'in'v 1 lr-,- 1 s 4- mary cr f tho city. ,M Kr -- Clornn Smith, king of smith taction; hla brother, smuh. and Ijvl j'ohnaon were und un,i ar Ja hcre aco,g(, w he atrrmpted nHaaaalnatlon of Kd Callahan, of Jlreathltt tin' d f'-'i- a Ja..n rf count v Ky.Jert, A, Bulllvan. I'oiiKtcaaman J'. M. Kehoo and Jiiii nar.( Jr ,mV(J bopl al)ponled n.MiK;,tinR coniiiiltteo by tho iankra' Aaaoclatloh to ex-J" h' t other atnloa rolatlvo xauunattou of nil auto banka t'lut roiupanlua. loriiir p ' InuMiK "I ' . .,i " Ky.-cu- arlM !,,lr f bo llrowcra' Kxohango "i" Kentucky Statu lire' era' n.'Goeppor, whiu ijoeiIM,r WJ)). on(? o tho orouuuuut cltlwim of Loulavlllo. jr affairs. o Louisville, Ky Tho I'lckett Tho federal clocka will contlnub to orTerot 29 hhda. of dark tobacco, tick out standard tlmo and Father Which brought from 3 ley IS.CO. .MarTlmo, with absoluto confidence, can ket waa good and there were mi depend upon tbelr accuracy, Tho federal employe will not be required to aot bla alarm clock to comIxlnicton, Ky. Frank II. I.uase has mence work with tbo rising ot the resigned as captain of Co. C, of tho auo, nor will ho be free to gambol on National fluanl, and wilt remove to the green during Uio boura of early Uulsvllle. Lieut Kred Staples will afternoon. II In allotted toll will be probably be hit auccesaor. performed during office hours which bare long been established. Oxtngton. Ky. Through tbo purWhile It waa generally admitted by chase nf thrr stock of W. J. the long deferreil consolidation of the First and Third .National banks of ttilts city waa mado possible. death ho waa survived by a widow Is and two daughters. J. Ky. Henry Wattcrson Louisville. Maj, Carrlngton came under the lelt Louisville for Vlcksburg, Mlas Jurisdiction ot the Insular courts as a where be will be one of Iho chief result of bis transfer for temporary spunkenr at tho unveiling of tho itattio duty from tho Twenty-firs- t Infantry , to tho command of n battalion ot one of tho of (Jen, Stephen I). Filipino scouts. He commanded this last of tho confederacy's lieutenant generals. battalion at the time It was brought, to St Louis In 1903, to take part In try to atono for Injustice done to the exposition. Umlavllle. Ky. After an Illness of several weeks. Kdgar A. Fox. secro-tar- y TOher husband by the United States, The charges agalnat him were of tho Kentucky State Sunday-sohoPresident Taft haa ordered the ap- based on financial operations which Inpointment of Mrs. Nina L. Carrlngton took placo at that time. Many of his association, preildent of the ternational Sunday-schoo- l Secrvtarlea' Vo a position In tbo civil scrvlco with- brother olllccra Insisted that the dif association, nnd one of the most promt, out an examination. ficulties In which be became Involved Mrs. Carrlngton Is tho widow ot the were tho result ot carelessness rather nvnt church workers In Kentucky, died lata Maj. Frank del Carrlngton, at one than criminal Intent Tbo evldenc of a complication of diseases. time an offlccr In tbo Twenty-firs- t against blm, however, was sufficient to cause bla and conseInex. Ky. Tbo Toj; Itlver Lumber United Btatea Infantry. Maj. waa convicted by a civil quent dismissal from tho army. His Va.. comiKJsed of C L. Kilter, president; It. It. Hums, secretary and treas- court In tbo Philippines on a chargo conviction by the courts of tbo Islands urer; M. N. OfTiltt, vice preildent nnd of misappropriation of funds'. He was was followed by Imprisonment la general mati.igcr, was recently Incor- sentenced under tho Spanish code to Illlabld prison. During his Incarceration, Mrs, Car porated with a capital of, .00,UOO for penal scrvltudo for a term of CO rlngton and her daughters, through the purpose of buying and cutting Into years. This sentenco was nullified by a de- tho efforts of Influential friends, setract of virgin lumber a 10,000-acrcision ot the United States supreme cured positions In some ot tho govforest. court, and Maj. Carrlngton waa re- ernment departments In Washington. I)iilsvlle. Ky Most Iter. John Lan- leased after be bad served several The order issued by tbo president caster Spalding, lato lllshop of l'eorla, months. Ho lived for some, tfmo In places the widow ot tho convictod ot after hla release. At his tlccr in tbo classified service. III., who was recently promoted by Manila I'opo Plus X. to an archbishopric, arrived In Kentucky, and Immediately went to Ibo home of hla alster, Mrs. of Monroe and Metcalf. He was crit Kate Spalding, near Lebanon. Ky., ically III with pneumonia when the whero he will spend moat of tho sumfight came to overthrow Gov. Deck-hamer In real. the Democratic primary noml- f,nultvllle, Ky. XI r. Clara Fottman nco for senator, nnd elect Mr. Bradley, and every dny at noon Mr. Den-hawhen crossing tho atreot waa struck was carried over to the state-houby a trolley enr, aud was rendered unon a stretcher and voted for conscious. 8ho remembers that a man Mr. Hradley. Tho contest was still In with a pleasing address came to her aralatance, and. aided by othora, re- HENRY II. DENHAM. the man who full swing when Mr. Dcnbam was able tho difference, between a to bo out. It had becomo tho practice moved her to a drug store When aho haa to arrange pairs, and but few mem raino to hf aenaea she discovered that pocket gun nnd a one of tho Good Samaritans had become an elevator conductor In tho bers ot the legislature attending the "touched" her for a diamond locket, senate office building at Washington. routine proceedings, all walling for valued at (00. and a purse conlnlulns Ha Is a product ot Kentucky, and ono something definite to dovclop. ot Senator Uradley's most valued conS2T.. Capt. Longmeyer, scrgcant-at-armstituents. This Is tho llrst persimmon of tho house, one day drew a gun, and Ft. Thomaa. Ky. Private Harvey J. the senator has been able to postlo mado soma observations regarding the Donnelly, who foully murdered hla from tho tree, oven with the longest iniquitous practice ot pairing. Mr. wlfo about two 'weeks ago kind ot a pole, and It wna handed Dcnhnm quietly but promptly pulled a common-la, waa captured by Pri- right over to Mr. Dunham. It Is worth weapon from his own pocket, and at Ft. Dyko and Alfred T, only $1,200 a year, but that beats snld: vates Homo "Capt Longrncyor, whenever the I'ritchard. of Company G, who dlscov. nothing nil hollow. ored Donnelly hiding undor the rem Mr. Ucnhaiu waa a member ot the firing begins, remember that I am entrance to tbo building. Dyko ran Kentucky assembly from tho counties paired with you." upstalra to gut hla revolver, and, ioInt-lIt at Donnelly, ordered blm Ui surPrltchard and Dyko thon render. selxed him and turned him over to tho active part In tbo serious affairs ot post authorities. tbo capital city. Sho is a prominent member of tho Daughters of the Loxlngtoiu Ky Tho Ilurloy TobacAmerican Revolution and hns repreco Society, with delegates present from sented tbo stato ot Iowa In tho cono (2 counties, met nt Winchester to tinental congresses at tho annual an attempt will bo mado whether Washington meeting for years. burloy product this to pool tho white g Mrs, Dolllver is essentially a Btrong feollng against year. There la a woman. Sho superintends tbd It In some sections, and U Is anP. DOLLIVER, education ot her children nnd studies nounced that imlesa SO per cent of tho MUS. JONATHAN ot tho senior senator from tho public questions ot the hour bo growera Join tho pool movement It will Kstlmatoa are that Iowa, whoso recent attacks on the that sho can keep In touch with the bo abandoned. bill In Interests of her husband, whose 200.000,000 pounds ot tobacco will be schedules ot tho Aldrlch tariff tho Interest of tho "ultlmato con- speeches in tho senate nro nlways atthis year, produced In Iho dlatrlct sumer" havo caused mora excitement tended by overflowing galleries. Not night riders Interfere. than has tho speech of any other sen- tho least Interested spectator at these huswho .lxlngton. Ky. F. II. Toe Wator, ator, Is, like her. distinguishedSho Is times Is Mrs. Dolllver, present underequipped mentally. schedstands as much of tho superintendent of tho Kentucky dis- band, well of Wollealey collego. ules nnd of "Maximums graduato and mini. of tho Amorloau Tobacco Co., lays a trict Deforo her marriage Mrs. Dolllver mums" as docs any .woman In hla concern will havo no agents among was Miss Loulso Pearsons, und sho growers In Kentucky this year to the held the chair ot mathematics In buy crops In advanco of cutting. Northwestern university nt Kvanston. New Enterprise, haa Sho Is a brilliant conversationalist, Loxlngton. Ky. Mayor Skaln Sandy Plkea Lndyj kindly glvo ms and the nffatrn which sho gives at her cited four saloonkoepoin arrested for borne on Massachusetts avenue arp a dime? I'm saving up for a groat Buiulay violation), to appear beforo regarded as treits by those fortunate entorprise. htm to show cause. If tboy can. why enough to bo invited. Kind Lady What are you savlug up their licenses Bbould not bo revoked. Mrs. Dolllver cares llttlo for tho. for now I was lined 50 and ivoats frivolities, but sho entertains with the 8. P. Caywood Sandy PikesSaving up to get for hnvlng kept bis saloon open on hospitality that is tho secret ot together un' den I'll telegraph Sunday. cutcrtaluiueut, and takes an to Mors. -WASHINGTON Father Tlmo bas victory. President Taft and his cabinet, after maturo deliberation, havo decided not to encroach upon hla prerogatives or question hla right to run tho clocks ot tho government. Whatever distress may have been caused tho old man by the suggestion that tbo government could regulato Ita clocka and run them without regard to the rising and actllng of tho aun was removed tho other day when tho cabinet formally decided that It would not attempt to Interfere with the Well established routine of THE SAFE8T AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY' LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TI LOCAL MANMER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE . . . IIHI ICHNUTIi ft TELEGRAPH CO. -- Absolutely THE BEST- oa ar t.l.phoM us wbsn In nstd ot OROCEH1ES. FRESH MEATS or FEEDSTUFF3. STOCK IS OOMPLETE AND ... nillionaire Canned Goods. Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. OaU Job for Widow to Atone for Injustice ad Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries, Ledford & Randle -- HICKMAN Ix-e- MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1855. ol TOM DILLON, Sr.,,Propv (Sucoeasor to B. O. Ramsfs, deceased.) riarble and Granite ilonuments CURBINO, HICKIAN. STONE t court-marti- WORK : rf all kinds. 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We cart tickle the most People who exacting typographic nppetite, partaken of our excellent service come liave 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 sample. JOB PRINTING v? c'o"pr"nUhSandD 0 ul IittU chtaper than tha other fellow. Wedding lavitatiooi. Utter bead, bill head, sal. bills, itatemeots. dodgers, card., etc., all rec-itk samo careful treatment just a little better than aeenii neceuary". I'rorapt silvery always. ON SALE Saturday, July 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. Local 19 River is rising. s getting wormy. Dru Drink REO Cowglll'i Store. Groceries and meat. C. H Moore. Steam fixtures of all kinds at Cot ton & Adams. If its plumbing, Cotton & Adams can do the job. Prices right. Let C. H. Muore fill that grocery order, satisfaction guaranteed. Mks Lillian Leach, of Wingo, Is the guest of Miss Mabel Wilson thl week. Murley Roper, wife and children spent Sunday with J. R. Brown and family. Have you ever trifd the genuine Dutch Tea Rusk? AflcL. H.Moore about It. Mrs. Val Carpenter and daughter Miss Bonnie, were in Union City Tuesday. Tyler Johnson, of Fulton, is visit ing his sister, Mrs. Carl Schmidt this week. WANTED lOOcords of four-fowood for brick yard, at once. W A. Dodds. See Clarence Co rum for Com mecial-Appea- l, Posi Dispatch and Nashville American. Ladies tailored suits and skirts pressed called for and delivered Phone 84. Schmidt. The best coffee In the world for 20c a pound. We can prove it. Bettersworth & Parther. A. 0. Caruthers went to Louis ville, this week, to visit his wife who is there for medical treatment Fish-hook26-pie- AWAY HACK In thw rosy distance In ttio Unit of lit Kitchen Outfit, consisting of 9 pieces, something that is needed in every kitchen 95c 4 P- - m. to 5 p. m. across tho aisle at mo and casting ona quick oyo to aeo It tcaclitr wa looking, pointed at and my hands whUporcd: braided down their backs, Imogens glanced tlo girls with hair FREE!! A beautiful 26-piece set of Comports, high footed Coat Hangers, all sizes Shirt Hangers 8c 8c 8c 6c 8c be "Dirty!" I And when feigned Icnoranco of tho whispered word, aha apcllcd It on her dainty flngcra. In tho let tors of the deaf and dumb alpha- I I P ROGER'S SILVERWARE " ! If. 7 p. m. to 8 p. m. 2 " quart Coffee Pots Towel Rollers Strainers 8 6 p. m. to 9 p. m. quart Flaning Pail Egg Beaters Jelly Moulds 8c 8c 8c Coupon With Every , Purchase J. E. NAYLOR & CO. Switchboard Ordered. The Hickman Independent Home Telephone Co. has ordered a new 200-dro- evcry surjirlsud body by aiklnic for scouring soap and soft water kitchen In tho .link, I laundered hands as lhoso a they had never been laundored bo-fore. They came out o ocaumuny wMtn (hi t von I wit nroud of them until Vcruo whlspcrod to mother that I was In lovo! Thnt snnf Ihn iron into XOJ aoul be cause up to that moment 1 had bud- posed the secret securely locked with in tnr own hrasL ImnrKiui nnlotl th Imrtrovemcnt In my hands and criticized my unpolished snocs. During tne weea i comjueioij wore out the family shoe brush and m Sw bet. With a heavy heart I wont home Hint night and will be given away absolutely free at our store i SATURDAY, JUNE 26th, at 3 b. m. jfl Commencing today we will give you a coupon for each purchase of 5 c or more, and to the person turning in at our store the largest amount in thest. w wuwiia UCIIUI- 3 p. m., will be given this handsome set day, June 26, at or silver wear, rKLL absolutely tree. We invite you to call and inspect these goods. p Swedish-America- n switch- set of Rogers See that Next Imogcne taught me by divers Silverware to be GIVEN AWAY at Insinuating remarks, whispered across J. E. Naylor & Co. Saturday, 'June the aisle, to keep my fingernails clean, She had labored Mother marveled! 26. tenaciously to this end, without avail cc frather are now Imogens a teeth were aa white as aettersworth sole agents for Sanspareil flour pearls and showed gleaming and pure every sack and every barrel guaran between her red lips. She had pretty way of exhibiting them, even in teed. those days and one day I awoke to FOR SALE Thoroughbred Rhode the realization that mine wsre neither Island Keds eggs (15) for setting white nor pure. How the gums gave S1.00. Splendid layers. Mrs. G. up their blood that night! B. Thfelkeld, State Line, Ky And thus, little by little, a boy's Lova was modeling me into a bean, Ideal. To be sure, the promptings R. M. Metheny and wife, Geo were all given clandestinely across the Buck and wife, F. L. Metheny and school-rooaisle. On the school family and Miss Mary Parham went ground my preference for Imogone to Cairo, Sunday, in Dr. Hubbard's was now and then exhibited by a sud den twitch at her long braids, at which launch. she always assumed great Indignation S. T. Neighbors and wife and Mrs and called me a booby, or something J. E. Swift and children left Wed equally despicable, Hut in bar heart nesday morning for a visit in Waver- - of hearta I knew she was only trying ly, Tenn. They will be gone sever to hide bar confusion at loves first awakening. al weeks. And then one night, undor the glint Misses Estelle Reneau and Cecil ing stars, I walked homo with her Barnes and Messrs. Arthur Hale from a party! and Swayne Walker spent a few That was the beginning ot the end. days this week with Miss Mary and In another month or so she had donned long skirts and mercy, how Ed Kelley near Fulton. tbat girl did rush into womanhood! Miss Jessie Powell, one of the I was still in my baseball age when R. M. Isler, one of the stockhold most charming young ladles of she married a telegraph operator and ers of the Richmond & Bond Oil Co informs us that this company paid Corydon, Ky., is the guest of Mrs. went out of my life forever! I can see her now as she looked the their first dividend last week, B. T. Davis. She arrived Monday amounting to 10 per cent. Tbev and will spend several days in this day before her wedding, which was In Jpfie. She was beautiful and there have also put a lot of new machinery city. Vas a glow of health and Joy in her ana otnerwise improved the plant, Elder Brigance being engaged in race that bodrd 111 for ma. I passed Bob Isler will leave June 30th for a meetincr at Corsic.ina. Tex., will her house and aaw her emerging from aducah, where he will be employed be unable to filll his regular appoint the garden, radiant and happy. my baso-bal- l mask in the ofllce of the Southern Express ment at Mt. Hermon next Sunday slouched by with Elder W. Hallidav. of Grace under my arm, worrltd and sick at we nave not yet learned 1.0. heart whether or not he will take any Mississippi, will fill the pulpit In his "What makes a girl grow o much steady. Everybody invited. body with him. faster than a boy?" I was nsklpg my. And iienry Metheny, of Cario, was On Thursday evening of last week self over and over. and all day long sad. Imogen. here on business yesterday. Mr Mr. Frank Smith entertained hi: I was disconsolate Metheny is still connected with the class mates and a large number of tho girl who had tuujtht me to keep my bands ana my teeth clean, the girl other friends. Progressive Rook Southern Wood Supply Co. In me neatness and As the guests arrived who bad Instilled was played, prldo of personal appearance, I mo- Reo punch was served, and later re gene, my first love, was going away! freshments of cream and cake. Five years later when I saw her, she had face like a hatchet, Our two efficient policemen, John baby aand waddled when shea squalling walked! Wright and Sid Hamby. were Riven an increase in salary by the City Phyllis and I. AND council last meeting night. The Phyllis lives upon ths hill Council also granted the Standard Whirs tns sun Is glowing. Oil Co. permission to erect their 8 lie has caught the ross's flush blowing. gasoline storage tanks near the big InFrom ths stphyfs sits a gsrdsn l'hyllls coai oil resevoir. rresnlnc to the She Is rich and I'hylUf doss A edition It beine circulated thl Anyimnjf sua pisussi week bv Tudee Moore for the nnrnnc This has ever been our I am lust a lowly msld, of obtaining Miss Annie Grlffie's reNrttlier rich nor witty, these two conditions aim as lease from the school of reform. l'hyllls' cohi ars mads Ip Prsns- Mlns ars fiiffely pretty, Miss Griffie was sent to this school Bli lis lovers by tha scors cover every successful featI hava nons but Hilly. peace, which for a small breach of me, yss or no. occurred in West Hickman some Its WILL liavs ure of nny kind of a busiSure or time ago. Phyllis doss not know hsr hsart ness, but especially Dots not trust ths surs. Today the option givenbyproperty Whan a maid has wsalth and place Low prices drug dusiness. owners along the proposed new Bit lias ardent wooers! y of the N. C & St. L. Ilut a simple uiald Ilk me alone is sufficient to attract Ifnnw. Ihnnth wlllvn(1lv around the south part of town will There is no one In the world expire. The railroad company quits so nice as uuiyi a large trade. We realize seems to have taken no action. In A Minnesota woman lost a diamond that and with Pure Goods a nut shell, the railroad comnanv will either institute proceedings In from her ring. Just as sbo caught hold our trade. It In the grass, court to condemn a or light of front ot her and a bluejajr darted in swallowed will locate the depot in East Hickthe jewel. She offered a reward of man. The condition of the road ioj lor me recovery or me prize and bed north of town will make it necesliter all the town Lots had fatliM sary for them to do one or the other .ountry boy caught a bluejay la a fig- soon. Which they will do remains ire four traD. Unon kllltnir h ki.h ud Investigating, the boy found there to be set n, aaa no diamond la the bird's latertor. -9 w board to be installed in this city in a short time C. R. White, rep resenting tne telephone supply house was here yesterday and assured us that the board would reach Hickman within the next ten days. He is a practical telephone man, and will look after puttiog in the new board when it arrives and also running out the cables, etc. Manager Davis, we understand has arranged for the central office to be located in a part of the build ing used by Cotton & Adams, and that every business house in Hick man except two have promised to take phones. Obion county is also preparing to establish an independent system W. G. Reynolds, of Union City, act ing manager writes: "We are about to establish an independent telephone company in this .county and will want to arrange for conneo tion, as soon as possible, with the Hickman company, with the ultimate end in view of long distance connec tions all over the state. We might arrange a date in the near future to get together and establish rates and such otber business as will come up tor our consideration." From all indications, this time next year Western Kentucky and Tennessee will not be at the mercy ot tne Cumberland. I father had to borrow blacking from tho neighbors Sunday moraine In or der to make a genteel appearance at church service. BUSY J. E. NAYLOR & CO. Is Your Kitchen Plumbing Modern? Whi'e it ii rummcikhblc to rre hr m, attention to the omNntctitm of jwr lnr...p. It it sJvUaMe to give si cmY.y pwsd s)tMiun t.. ;h equipment of yur Ittctwn. Leslie Weeks it here from Fulton. Giles Bond is here from Chattanooga. Ascher Kennedy and wife have been visiting relatives in Wingo. W. E. Holcombe left Tuesday for Memphis, after a visit with Hickman relatives. Clarence Whltesldes.of Ft. Smith, Atlc , is spending a few days with Dr. C. W. Curlln, In this city. M. A. McDaniel is "laying by" 25 acres of corn this weelc, which is probably the earliest crop in this section. Why cot read the Commercial-Appea- l when it only costs 15c a week delivered. Nashville American, 10c a week. N. Holcombe left today for Green ville. Miss., to visit hit brother, T. A. Holcombe, and take his annual vacation. On occount of the recent illness 0 Rev. Sullivan, the tent meeting will not begin in West Hickman until Sunday night. We would be pleased to show you out line of Children's and Misses oxfords and sandals. Nothing like them in town, and cheap, too Mil let a. nayior. NOTICE j In agreement with alt banks of Hickman County, Ky., the Moscow bank win cose in the alter noon at 5 0 clock, until further no tlce is given. Please arrange your business accordingly. R. A Brock, Cashier. Since school closed at the Wild Onion school house last week Prof. Atlas Peck has been doing nothing. He ngureo tome on raising a crop 01 oroora corn ny scientmc methods, but has now given up the idea, and has decided to darken theschoolhouse inside and start a night school. Hogwallow Kentuckian. Newspaper men as a rule, have but two things to sell space and subscription and it would be just as consistent to ask your grocer for a doxen oranges, "just to flu up as to ask the editor for a doien lines in his paper just to boost your bust ness with the idea that you are do ing a kindness in helping to "fill up" space. Try getting a free dinner at the hotel lust to make a show of bus! ness for the house. Ex. The second Educational Whirl wind Campaign of this state Is on, The big rally day, which is to be held in the county seat of each county, will be held In Hickman, Wednesday, June JOth. and splendid program has been prepared for this occasion. The rally will be held in the court house or yard, will continue throughout the entire day, Prof. Cassidy, of Lexington, a very fine speaker, will be among those to deliver addresses. Don't fail to attend. Talc into comMcrarlon the Cut that all the kitchen and that the uietmh in which It li III )m U tjMir.l .1. prti , a ,,"" lb I til hJ J .5tW cJl'H 1. ' ll lilr-.cn- - I Ine the plumbing in your kitchen and if it li defective, u : con uf putting In a Porcelain KnsmcWJ Sink jih abundant mpply of hot and cold running witcr. clcanlineu will be atiured. Ton Am, in Our booklet, "MoJern Home Plumbing," ihowi Kim! kitchens equipped with atapdara Slnki. Call. r. r or phuM for a copy. Every 'Steadarf Sink li fullv miarantced. Cotton & Adams The Cynthiana Democrat says: "Figures from the Auditor's office of magistrates at Mii at Frankfort show that the Slate the expenditure of aba- Pure Goods Low Prices -i $16,0001 q - bris school fund received $43,742 from the dog tax last year, and It is estl- mated the school fund will receive $86,390 from the same tax this year, after all sheep claims are paid. Hurrah for the does I Maybe they wiu educate the children If their mastets won t. ' For the excellently-sufficien- the Improvement of thpbl.-ithe greater portion cf wh- h spent In paving and cor rete A th. IM nnn as a man 1 i.S-C-- er any particular UltU ne isn a nigu-L- i lot more valuable to ii.Ui V nci th- hai comwaj t wllly-nlll- the right-of-wa- right-of-wa- y Helm&Elttson the one nor the other himself, Kentucky Democrats unanimously repudiate Mr, Watterson's strenuous and oft re- peated dogma that no prohibitionist can oe uemocrat. Ulasgow Times. Statistics show that of all human beings born Into the world die before they are six years old, and one-habefore they are sixteen. One person in 100 live to be slxtv. five years old. Fines aggreeatlntr $4,000 Is the one-darecord of the Breathitt CIr cult Lourt at Jackson for convictions of "bootlegging." Gov. Wlllson annointed T. II. Baldwin, of Louisville, a member of the State Dental Board. one-fourt- h lf y son that he is neither reat family. t-v- w .. vf..t brows grow out and look his eyes, so that he can through them without acjbody ing him. hargd" . let hi' Te J jn WOOL Golden Seal, (Yellow iVslrrs. sod cn i belW W J? Iliaa sgcnli of eoscu lfWgZ Reltreace. any Dk ,M . Wrha for week y P' ... HIDESFUiti rellwf.Tallow.Bf.cjf . T Y. IliiiW""!" r SfflGKMAN COURIER 'V.i roar 1 TM ilo IPf atop , ip'J - VI 17, 1909 r .ecc-- cl Notice. f numerous mi . nJr,trtopre.ervegood g3,Bt!:e J - J, . limit tne iohow. are printed, , i c followal That It Mir pffton bavin to ap- limn ill :, any of the public a i,i our '" I Hickman, r-i- Ky-a- nd ! t . laa3 I- 1t I J r than ut ahall be ntifilliol ) "- "" '"' . alllli" npllonf llifwtlmu midwhoUlniurlieon e f - Uluaaai. , v iMia: mill"1 .ti.iiiunlcate Hi" dlaeaae minaUBOB til plaOTa II f tllf (Jit 7 f i n K ton mi olTrnitln l mini nut TUt I ,jlL- - ) t 1 ita ,lt;-ir- .. aj. ? ' - ' "v . duty of etry ( i th rltr to notify ui'iii tlx dlacorery ot larloua dlaeaae In tli an fulling to ilom ilia II lh .1 1 11". If" i, rutin u- ,'' '' o ? 'uu"n8 Mayor JfHo" !i , ujpr- -. lUlltJ"rt- r 'a ducli- .U l '' - land iIIwim unlawfully lnr down i nnvu nui leaa J rrlUnfuUM. If the own In 7 t kwp Mid fiat dtaplajMt r ('.. proper tarty. nor c t let than IAJ t 1 ulat. tiil tliirty poloii onr 1 Tt Xs. ' I'M r. v a ikrtl of '- - :v God's richest blessings rest upon the certificate ot tli each and every one of you. a" alltlnrof eonlaalon epremlwaorttieperaon li luml, ibull upon n certificate phyalclan, or where Two belated dltclptea of HsechM staggered rm In arm up Walnut stret bout threo o'clock the other mora-InTho street was dark etrept fer a single ground glass globe that btaied ton to throw or permit any ona In their em- In front of an apartment heme. One ploy to throw any alop, fit t It or ruliblafi of of the Inebriates, spying this leae light, any kind whatever on the aldtwalka, gut observed: ter, atrecta or alley of the Oily of Hick "Oh, look at she moonshl" man, Kyn or to permit any alop. filth or The other serlouily contradicted rulililah from their hualneaa home or real danrea to alt, lay or remain upon any of the him saying: "That ain't no moonsh; sash sun." tree!, nlleyi, aldewalkaor gutter of aald clly later than nlii o'clock a, nu of each This started an argument which" every day. and lasted for seTeral minutes as to Hecond, Any peraonnr peraona ofTeiidlng whether the globe wag th.e moon or agaluat thla ordlnanr ahall lie fined not leaa the aun. Finally they decided to leave than tSJ'l nor inor tban faun, and each II It to the first paiser-bjr- , who happened liouri aald alop, tilth or ruhblah la permitted to be anothor "hsppr" gentleman. to alt. lay or remain, (ball be defined a aep. They stopped htm, and pointing to arate olTenae, globe, asked, II. That any peraon who ahall place or the "Settle an argument, old pal; Is that rauaa or permit to lie placed liya ny one In their employ upon any i.f the itrexU or nl the moon or the aun? The third party itared knowingly ley or In th gutter or tewer or th city any tiruah, traab, leave, tin ran, alore ot the globe for several minutes bewetplnga or anything that I unalghtlyor fore he shook his head and replied: would came the gutter or aewrra to atop up "Gentlemen, I really couldn't tell (hall lie fined not leaa tban SVni nor more you. I'm a atrangcr In this town." than IfJUd. Philadelphia Record. It. That It aball be unlawful for any peraon to throw In the Mlaalaalppl river or upon the Innkt or tame at any point between The Orassy Stare. Union rltr ret and the eaat corporation line, In a recent .railway accident an old any filth, dead carcaaae or oilier matter. Irishman waa aererely Injured. Per Any one violating thla ordinance ahall lie somo time after the accident he waa fined not ! than IVJM nor more than PI left unattended to, but at last some for each ollen. symalhetlc )ookera-opicked him up The above lawg will be itrlctly and carried him to tho station waiting-rooenforced on and after June 21, 1909 until the arrival of the doctors If you do not want to be proiecuted to officially pronounce on his condiand subjected to fine and coiti abate tion. Ity and by a surgeon bustled In, all theie nuliancei before next Mon- looked at his prostrate form and pallid face, and then exclaimed, 'That day, poor fellow la done for, I'm afraid." L. P. Baltzer, Chrra. Then ho knelt down, lifted up an eyeTom Dillon, Jr., lid, and saw a dull, expressionless A. M. orb. "Very sad. He's as dead as a door-naiTake the poor old fellow J. W. RONEY, away," exclaimed the medico. No City Doard of Health. sooner had he spoken, however, than the suppoaed corpse began to move of Thanks. Card his lips. The startled doctor listened, We lih to express our sincere and this Is what he heard: "lledad. was me glass eye ye waa doctor, thanks to our many friends for their looking that at," kindness shown us during the illness and death of our mothers and may Dl n Mhely Ui b waabed or workeil ikmn Into Ih inltera, tewer and tHchea,or olwrnet th free flow of witlef nkmtt and through ftid aewera and dltehei. Any on violating the flrat aectlon of tbla ordinance eliall upon convlotloii, lis fined not loaa than five nor morotban twiity.nrdollare, 10, That It aball t tinbiwfiil for any per- - IN A STRANdU LAND. r. PRESCRIPTIONS This store maintains the reputation established years ago by Mr. Swayne in regard to prescription work, nnd as before, when you bring your prescriptions here to be filled you nre guaranteed prompt service, courteous treatment, nnd the freshest and most potent drugs that money can buy. There's no reason why we should not do your prescription-work- . Hickman Drug Co., Incorporated. Negro Fisherman Drowned. Jno. Bennett, a negro fisherman of this city was drowned in Bayou de Cheln creek, 3 mites above town', Thursday morning, while trying to raise his fish net. There are no known to his drowning, but his skiff was found Thursday in and all indications point ed to accidental drowning. A searching party dragged the stream Friday and found the body a few feet from where the boat was discovered. The watch in his pocket was stepped at 6:55. At the point where Bennett drowned, the creek is not over 30 feet wide, but he was unable to swim and sank almost within reach of the bank. He leaves 7 children without mother or father. mid-strea- Miss Adrian Brevard Married. Miss Adrian Brevard, of near Union City, was married last week to Mr. John Culbert McRee, of Union City. Mrs. McRee is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brevard, one of the best known families in West Tennessee. Mrs. McRee has a host of friends in Hickman who extend You will save money on your bill of shingles by buying direct from our mill. See or write us. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. Ttler, Finest Auto in County. R. A. Tyler, proprietor of Oak-woo- d l. ON SALE Saturday, July 9 a. m. to 0 a. m. 1 1 9 8c .8c I MM MtMU JI .7 rue The Baptist M. Daniels, ' i a if Cuspidors, all sizes Sardineres, assorted sizes 'j quart Buckets, wit lids Stock Farm, now owns the finest automobile in Fulton county which is only another instance showing that R. A. believes in having the finest going. The machine arrived Sunday and was immediately unloaded. It is a Duryea gasoline car, and cost 5000. Mrs. Vick Dead. After an illness of several weeks, Mrs. Emma Vick, wife of N. A. Vick, of Route 3, died Thursday night, June 10th, at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Sarrett, in East Hickman. An abscess of the liver was the cause of her death. Dr. C. W. Cur-liher attending physician, only a few days previous bad pronounced her case a very serious one, but her death was sudden to all. The deceased was formerly Miss Emma Browning, and came to Hickman about five years ago from Camden, Tenn. She was married last November to N. A. Vick. She was about 39 years of age, and besides her husband, leaves a mother, brother md other relatives to mourn her loss. Funeral services were conducted at the home by Rev. .Turkington, and burial was had at Brownsville grave yard, Friday evening. Sympathy is extended to the bereaved ones. n, -- 6c R. F. Webb. tliltkfn'i isf tuj g ?a7 souaw " liutuu..: t ' Tut 11 (.-- t: . c 1 rnttafu ' Ja pti7lrlanrvrtmita J '; n( a rwnarontrnct Lit c r .! ii on tlm prrmUci ! dliplayrtt thllD- rrta (irothrpulilleplacri ON SALE 10 Baptist Picnic. picnic last Friday was the grandest outing the church has ever had, beautiful day, good attendance and a grand, good time. Moit of the members were present except a few families, who, we re gret, were kept away on account of sickness. We arrived on the grounds, the beautiful lawn opposite Mrs. King's home about 10 o'clock a. m. and got busy arranging for the little folks, hanging swings, making lemonade, cooling soda pop, etc. At 1 o'clock the good women be gan spreading the dinner, and, well, you can't imagine the good thiogs tbev had: roast mutton, (rood old country ham, salads of variout kinds and last but not least, by any means, fried chicken, and you know what all that means to a town tack. Mrs, Julian Choate can roast nut- ton to a queen's taste, and Mrs. L. D. Threlkeld can't be beat boiling that good old ham. You know L. D has the habit when it comes to eating, and Julian Choate and D. Wilson never get left ca picnic oc casions. The best and richest soda pop you ever drank, so generously furnished by our cood friend, Cue Threlkeld, proprietor of the Hick- man Bottling Works, tne oesi piace to buy soda pop. Contributed. a. m. to 1 1 a. m. Death of Mrs. MeKie Warren. After many months of patient suf fering, Mrs Mollie Warren, of this city, pa seed into the Great Beyond from whence no traveler ever ic- turns. With a full knowledge of her critical condition, she bore up bravely till the last. Death came at 11 o'clock Saturday night, and the summons to "come up higher was answered with calm resignation and peace. Death was the culmJfxt-- 1 tion of a long Illness of nuerosthiesa. This good lady was one of the the highly respected and most loved women of this vicinity, and during 's her residence here she was more highly esteemed with each passing year. Mrs. Warren was not only a native Kentuckfan, but a typical Southern lady, of kind disposition, affable and refined manner. She was prior to ner marriage. Miss Mollie trench, and was born inKus- sellville, Ky., about 68 years ago. but left her former home at the age of 15 years, coming to Hickman, where she has since resided. In this city she made the acquaintance of Geo. Warren to whom she was married in December, 1809. Her husband will be remembered as the former editor of this paper, which he owned and published for 40 years, death ending his career some ten years ago. Mrs. Warren was a devout member of the Episcopal churcn, and as a christian lady in the fullest sense of the word kind and charitable in her every, act. Funeral services were conducted at the family residence on Moulton street, Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock by Rev. C. L. Price, of Fulton, in the presence or a large number of sorrowing friends. Interment at the City Cemetery. The great mass of ithering blossoms which mark her last resting place is a silent but forceful mark of the estimation in which she was held. Mrs. Warren is survived by two daughters Mrs. Harry Ellison and and Mrs. Nannie Kingman, toth of Hickman who havethesympathyof the entire community in the osi of their dearest and best friend moth er. Best heart shingles, $1 a thous and. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman. Hickman College Roll of Honor. Hickman College has closed a year of hard work with no friction to mar the earnest efforts of teachers and pupils. The following reached the roll of honor : JUNIORS. Lol llartlett Maggie Leo ltlce IH 96 ! t t'aliunovd unn or nvra anu nnj alatii for uy 7 uplrr or any Iioum, ' la tlili city, to ptrtnlt vls ' Mttoat, l tenia amcllt or rnta to j r..aln within or upon aald c kw,U3,-- : lot for a longer a tawa of uaataac Kor aball br. aba or tbay m:t t 3 cau or aourm of uch aikai. Mint or orirntUo nnclla - - rrmaln will tatuin, or within, or -3 latiec!" frnrnifnt, Mkrak f tban ona day; and IK aball lx nnl not iMtUa U i:iur than fifty dollar Urarlc" L lfarjo triant or orcupUr aball ifician: ;H , protlalnna of the fnrrifo-Htfby nolle of on day tiatjl .;i:a ; , t required forthwith Una: au, h nulMnciand. If a rraaonaul tiro, to Hiurra ofirli noitmia .: uJc. inirll, that' tbn It la Imtjca.: ' ' ty of th Maribal to ("WrJ f,r - to rriiMnr. rnlur. or c tut ,aiv I'Afli. l lawful notln Plates, 8 and 10 inch Meat Dishes, 12 inch Cups anl Saucers 8c 8c .8c !;.- j Do you know the Schoolteacher meaning ot that letter on your hat? Boy Yes, air. Father saya It every morning be can't And bis collar stud. ON SALE 11 a. m. to 12 a.m. ' ,t i., The Retort Courteous , The merry party In the flat rasde such a racket that the occupant of a neighboring apartment sent bis servant down with a polite mesaage asking; If It would be possible to make Iesa noise, alnce, aa the servant announced. "Ur. Smith saya he cannot read." "I grieve for Mr. Smith." replied the host. "Please present my compliments to your maater, say that I am sorry he cannot read, and tell him I could when I waa four ytars oldl" A "THE LEADERS" Salad Bowls, ass't designs 18c Cake Plates, ass't designs...,15c Dorattavltt W ON SALE 2 p. m. to 3 SOPHOMORES. p. m. Kmma Tjrler , Ellse I.utcn Virginia ltojaUr FRESHMEN. W Hi X 3 SI 2 An excellent assortment of Glassware, per piece 8c '.' a'-- andatltpnaaiic. ;rr of the property, aa th amount of aald a llan upon aald prop it; . t i enforced In the Mine awn; ar la c .forced for taiea. I'arj t 'l aator place the car. mart r r that of any other dead ' raa'rrcourae or wllhln twen. 'f t ? jar jf f or aball eaat the aame tatoar;.- iito any pnnd, auclj per-alurf,- - t t Tence. ahall I fined for 4 Iraa tban ne nor more 'Mitt and every twoUnr-j- s as than twenty nor more u est Jollan. t,TVU. '. any ou to iriuu jo iw puced by aajCiehhHoy upon the afreet of rublah, bruab. atirublMrr. Mian:' ' i i lllnirwr,nran7 otli. lath; i.say oiMtruct th flow of CVJ '"ta. or that may bo i duty illchrnfil own. U paid br the f5 au a 1 J a r tt -- 'ul''fufor - ig- "n SCREENS I Recommendation. "I am looking for a place," said the Coupons with Every Purstranger, "In which I can bring up chase. my gtrla to good advantage. What Inducements does this town offer in that wayT" Methodist Church. "Well." the old settler answered. "It strikes me as beta' a purty good town At tin., m. Ihemslor will Breach for your purpose. We've got a buta special sermon on the "Great Comton fsct'ry here, and It your girls can't The special services now being It is desired that all of all find Jobs In It we git call from the held at the Christian church, by the mission." the members be present. A cordial city nearly every day for girls that people want there to do housework." pastor, assisted by Miss Ellen Young, invitation is extended to all mends singer, from Hopkinsville, Ky., are At 8 p. ra. Presiding Elder Clarke growing in interest. Already, sever- vill Out of His Line. occudv the Duloit. The Quarter S. L. Dodds bought a lot from E. 'Good morning," said Lardt Long- - al have manifested a special desire ly Conference will be held Monday E Reeves in West Hickman Mon- aox, entering the studio ot Dauber, for a more fully consecrated life, y m. day night, and in less than five min- the famous portrait painter. "I wisn and there was one obedience to night. Sunday school at :15 a. utes, sold it to Mose Barkett. to engage you to paint my portrait." the authority of Christ in the ordi The general Association of Ken"I shall be delighted, madam," was nance of baptism, last Sunday even seventy-eigMiss Dosia Carpenter is visiting the answer. ing. Mr. Blaney s sermon on the tucky Baptists, composed of 1,746 "I want It painted with my new hat district associations, Vacant Lamb" as proof of bap relatives in Fulton. on," said Lardl. churches and 213,498 members, with "Pardon me, madam," came the tism being divinely ordained to signl $655,890.20 contributions, will meet quiet reply, "hut I am not a landscape fy the burial and resurrection of in its seventy-secon- d session at AshChrist and death to sin and a resurartlstl" land Ky , June 22 and will be callrection into a new life on the part D. Why He Winked. of the penitent sinner, has created ed to order by the Rev. Dr. W. "Conductor," complained tho lank quite a commotion. The sermon Nowlin, of May field, moderator. spinster passenger In the tram, "that also on "'The Heaven of Heavens" The annual sermon will be preached man on the opposite side Is winking favorable by the Rev. Dr. Calvin M. Thomp- J. E. NAYLOR & CO. Nannie Smith l"unajr Weattierlr We are showing all the new shapes Lon Naylor llttrne and colors in men'sand boys summer Oectle Klmercr Grace hats blue, wine, lilac, gray belgian 8TII GRADE. mode and black. We can suit every-fac- e and figure. Millet & Naylor. Ullle Ooltejr Irene Thompson Lewla I.unaford Maggie lUdley Paul Oboate V VT S W V6 t 2 2 Ml W C7 J 8 W8 IB 8 Vi Olaudlue Klllott Ojrru Oliver i W Vt 7th grade. atadj Caldwell v .1! WSJ H) 9 Kern llrjrant Hor Journey KllaOoruni Olola Ledford HIS SS 87 KnimeU llarnea 6TH GRADE. 6 ht Ualtter Dodda FayOlaaer... Marahall McPanlel Orace Uauipbell Lexle Illce M & S fc Tuelma lialtter 5TH GRADE. - WS W ALL STYLES nnd grade Screens, Doors and Windows, and nil kinds Screen wire. lave too mnny adjustable window Screens and will sell at mel" 'lie says he doesn't mean to wink at you," explained the official, after a few words had passed between him "lie's trying to and the offender. keep the eye that's turned toward you shut, ma'am." 50C Screens, for 40C Qualification. Editor Have you ever done any work on a newspaper? Applicant for Position Tes, sir; for nearly nix months I contributed a col- mn In a paper under the bead of "ror the ElevaUon ot Mankind." Editor Oo to the lanMord's offlce on the bottom floor and see If he wants a lift rssn. Not a Tariff Matter, Is that ellow shouting so lustily for protection? Is he a naanu- facturerT" "Qoodness, not He's a bigamist." "Who "Oh, you sweet little boy!" "Qwanl I ain't no sweet little boy. ran er tougn tauttl" Ask Iluak.-O. created most serious and The meetings continue comment. over Sunday. No preaching at the church Saturday evening, but the services will be held at the residence of Mr. Cobb, on the hill in West Hickman. Thirsty? REO is what you need. Milton Hackett Iivaron Drown Olner Johnnon .rlcott Oolllna Ktla I Campbell Millie llluauaw M Vtl S 1 W V VS VI 4TH GRADE. son, editor of the Western Recorder. with Mary Ilurnett .. LOST: Silver case knife Marie ivory handle ("between Hickman and Opal Caldwell llarnea Return to this I.uclle llarnea Mud Creek bridee. c office reward. Willie Perry., We need a general cleaning up of VeraBmlta 3RD GRADE. the streets and alleys. 52-2- , WS MI M6 W fi W l Ill I I Fainting anl Paper Hanging am prepared to do Painting and Paper Hangstyle and I put a positive ing in most guarantee on all my work. I have the celebrated Jas. Davis line of Wall Paper Samples and my prices are the lowest. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Telephone 128. I up-to-da- te ! Thereaa Percy Claude Kutrell Nellie MayHcott VeluiaHwItt Bopule I.unaford Annie Uuaaul! Moore OT 4 W1 .14 8 l W U Christian Church Services. Preaching Sunday 11 a. m., sub- W. A. DODDS TolopUoixo 3To. 84, ject, "How God Proves His People.1' 8 p. ra., 'How God Tests Sinners." Monday 8 p. m., "How was the Thief on the Cross Saved?" Tuesday 8 p. m., "The Three God Requires Every Witnesses Christian to Have in Order to be Imulud. Saved." Wednesday 8 p. m., "The Love of God." Thursday 8 p. m., "Pure Water." for the genuine Dutch Tea IL Moore. ID. IR. .A.. WBATHBRLT Thinking Wheat harvest. Newton selti harvester oil. Moving pictures every night at the LYRIC. KOIt SALE: 2 bows and C shouts. J. C. Newton. Fred Wiseman was sick several days last week. Ask for the genuine Dutch Tea Rusk. C. H. Moore. Will Routen, of Route 4, it very sick with appendicitis. Cowgill's Drug Store is the only place you can get REO. coat oil n good Kradu. The Courier can find a buyer for The baby of M. Adams and wife your real estate. See us. is very sick this week. J. W. Chester, of Oklahoma, visit-e- d Telephone that grocery order to Miss Menta Walker a few days Bettersworth & Prather. last week. C. H. Moore wants you to try his Mrs. S. D. Soper orders the Courier sent to her for a year at 1 genuine Dutch Tea Rusk. Paso, Tex. Five gallons White Rose gasoline SI, at Courier office. Its pure. M. Adams, wife and baby returned Saturday from a visit to relatives Miss Lillian Leech, of Wingo, Is in Missouri. the guest of Miss Mabel Wilson. FOR SALE New Clover hay, Call for REO. You'll like it bet baled, 30 or 35 tons. Jesse McNeil, ter than anything you ever tasted. . Route 3, Hickman. job, let If you want a first-claFOR SALE : Thoroughbred Pole Schmidt the Tailor, do your work. calf, 8 months old. See R. L. B alMiss Lizzie Tarns has returned to low Hickman, route 4. Union City after a visit-- to relatives Mrs. H. L. Scott, of Macon, Ga., here. has been the guest of Hickmon reFred Bradley was here from Co latives for several days. lumbus Sunday, the guest of a lady 0. T. Salmon, wife and baby left mend. this week for Batesviile, Ark., to Cypress Shingles, SI a thousand. visit her father, C. E, Eaker. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Hick If you get a sample copy of the man, Ky. Courier its an invitation to subscribe. d men and students are Commercial-Appea- l and Courier one great patrons of the front row at the year for SI. 25 vaudeville. D. M. Brock was here last week FOR SALE: A good the guest of friends. Mr. Brock is mare, buggy and harness. buggy See a civil engineer and built the levee John Kirkindall. below Hickman. Walter Taliaferro, of Memphis, Mrs. John Ryan returned Sunday was the guest of J. E. Fuqua and from a visit to relatives in Dyers-burShe also attended the re- family, this weelc. Miss Gardenhire, of Camden, union in Memphis. Ed Ayers, wife and daughter, of Ark., is the guest of her sister, Fort Worth, Texas, and Misses Mrs. Kent Rainey. Clarence Reed, the handsome Light and Carrie Reid spent a few cashier of the Hickman Bank, was days at Dorena, Mo., this week. D. W. Harris, of Alamo, Tenn., in Union City Sunday. List your real estate property with was here the first of the week the guest of Mrs. Bettie Travis. Mr. the Courier. If we don't sell it, it Harris is the editor of a paper in doesn t cost you a cent. that town. D. E. Wilson, of Paducab, was We would be pleased to show you here Sunday. Mr. Wilsoriformerly our line of Children's and Misses owned a boolc store here. oxfords and sandals. Nothing like S. L. Dodds will leave Saturday them in town, and cheap, too. Mil- tor Ublcago, to attend the Orand let & Naylor. American Tournament shoot. Gus Alexander and Tom French, Mrs. C. H. Magnets returned came in last week for a visit to home from Murray, Sunday, after a Hickman relatives. They both have snort visit with relatives there, good positions in Roanoke, Va., and Mrs. S. L. Doods and children are doing well. will leave the latter part of the week Little Miss Mary Durham, of for bcooba, Miss , to visit relatives Friars Point, Miss., daughter of B. Thelma Bradshaw, of near Sassa C. Durham, former proprietor of the LaClede Hotel, is the guest of Miss fras Ridge, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Plant and family, in East Hick Mildred Thompson. man. Mrs. Rubye Cavitt returned to St. Ice Coupon Books charged to ac Louis, Saturday, on the Stacker Lee after a week's visit to Mrs. S. M. count will be at a face value. No Cavitt and family. She was ac- discount allowed only for cash companied home by Miss Loto Cavitt. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. "Magnolia" garden hose, Remember, when you get a blue mark on the corner of your paper or and guaranteed tor one year. Kegu a postal calling attention to your lar price 15c a foot; our special Cotton & Adams. subscription to this paper expiring price now 12 that it will stop the following week. C. Newton and wife returned Jas. No exceptions to this rule. Friday, from a visit to his sisters, The negro Masons of this city had Mrs. Geo. Allen and Mrs. A. H. a big "blow out" Sunday by laying Curlin, at Tipton, Tenn. and the a corner for the new Pleasant Hill Baptist church. Besides their local Mrs. Sam Parker has returned population they had about 150 visitors from a visit of several months to her from other towns. At this service daughter, Mrs. Jim Harrison, in they raised $335.55 by popular sub Mena, Ark., and relatives in Louis scription. iana and Memphis. The money necessary for the pur The baby of S. S. chase of books for the -- Carnegie Sears and wife-dieMonday night, Library has been raised and collect and was taken to water Valley for ed and is now ready for use. A burial Tuesday. Summer complaint list of books for the library is being wasthe cause of the little one's death. made and the order will go forward The City Board of Health met In the next few days. and it Arthur Hoffman was arrested Monday,enforce the was decidied to laws pertaining Tuesday night in East Hickman by strictly ison a to sanitation, felsewbere in this Officers Hamby and Wright, sue will be found the laws of sanitacharge of bootlegging. These of tion and the fines that will be assess ficera also arrested last week Chas. like charge. Provow ed in case they are violated. Pro vow on a Harvey Wiseman, who for about was released on bond, and then he eighteen months has acted as Clerk proceeded to "skip out." in the post office, resigned his posiJ. W. Corman, of Brooksville, tion a few weeks ago. He left this Hick-naFla., and a former citizen of week for Murphysboro, Ills., to visit spent the first of the week with his brother, Russ Wiseman, and will A. Carpenter and G. L. and W. probably accept a position at that About 22 years other relatives. ago, Mr. Corman was engaged in place. Big summary of cotton crop con He the hardware business here. tells a Courier reporter that Hick-bu- b ditions shows that this plant has had has grown woaderfully in that too much rain in all sections east of length oi time, and was delighted the Mississippi river, while west of with the many substantial improve-mRt- s. it the crop is in excellent shape. He left yesterday for Celura-bu- t However, Fulton county will show to make a short visit before re- up with the usual good crop about picking time. turning to his Florida home, lc ss Bald-headeg. n, ld d n, Tennessee will go dry July 1. Gasoline at the Courier Office. Things are quiet in business cir cles. Rev. C. L. Price preached here Sunday. S. L. DoHds is thinking of getting an auto. Mrs. Nannie' Kingman is on the sick list. Jim Jackson, of Clinton, visited here Sunday. Js. C. Newton sells "Wlbcrlno" CELEBRATE Fourth of July I UNION CITY IN- w 2 PROGRAM H.JO a m. Band concert Park. 9. JO a. m 10. J) a. m.-Parade lu r Athletic contests to Par(;ro, u Prizes rill be given for (1) Best couple on horsel).,, i, (2) Beit dr. oialtd venule r ft,,, 01 any description. (J) Most comical feature Girl in best character cui Mt, Boy In bes1- - character . oslumei (S) (6) Best group in character m.! lume. 1.00 p. m. Band concert l.JO p. m Athletic and rormcal , I SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1909 Meet your friends and enjoy one of the most extensive and magnificent Independence Day programs you have ever seen. leatures Foot race. (2) Shoe race. Three-legge- d See the Baseball Game Fulton vs. Union City ri a lbs. or over. (S) Greased pig catching contest (6) creased pole climbing rontest 2.30 p. m. Racing- 0) Pacing race, half-mil- e Jiib (3) Ticttlng race, half-mildash. (J) Fast mule race, one mile Slow mule race. (S) (5) Automobile race, five mil- -, A JO p. m Baseball game. 8.00 p. m. Band concert id City e race-Runnin- () Fat man's race, rac- e- wnphi 2M () Park. Fireworks. m arm iT'eTawrarr' i rrrrr rrrrmnin-nii- i T7I - m , frr innnnni -- irr . Big Two Days' Shoot. Monday and Tuesday, July Gub's "Inaugural COTTON 12-- 1 AND GRAIN DEALERS J, is the date set for the Hickman Gun Farmer llln A Clrnlq Co. Hryant A IVlhamut J. F. A H, U ItoddtCo. TAILORS AND PRESSERS Oar! Hcbmldt LAWYERS Tournament," and preparations are being made to make this the biggest shoot ever pulled off in Western Kentucky. Shooters from all sections are writing President S. L. Dodds to "reserve berths" for them, as they will sure be here. Among others who will attend are Miss Topper-weithe world's champion lady shot; Geo. Lyons, who won the Southern Handicap last year; Jeff Blanks, who year before last won the Grand American Handicap ; Guy Ward, amateur champion ; and many others. The Courier is getting out this week a 16 page program for this affair, and note that there will be S450 added money. The ladies of Hickman will prepare a splendid, old time fried chicken dinner on the grounds both days, and the shootist who doesn't have a good time at this tournament will be .hard to please The latch string will bang out and everybody will receive a cordial welcome. Following is a list of those con tributing to the Gun Club's big shoot n, Clen. II. A. Tyler II. T. iwvu A. M. Tyler F. H. Moore J. W. Honey II. r. Ilemley r.J. MeMurray DOCTORS J. M. Hubbard l. M. Hlackford I'. H.Curlln H. W. I.utrn Wm. Hrlabt nhat.Ourlln SPECIALIST EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT Mrs. Martha Webb. Mrs. Martha Webb, about 72 years old, died at her home in West Hickman, Sunday afternoon and was buried at Brownsville Monday. Mrs. Webb had resided in Hickman for about 12 years. Typhoid fever was the cause of her death. She is survived by sis children Mrs. Margaret Wright, of near Mabel, Mrs. Mittie Daniels and William, Henry, and R. F. Webb, of Hickman, and Abble Webb, of of near Mabel. . m T7I ,m rin i i i , Mil tin na Ki1i1raa T la k nna mi e e nnrtn nr m ,ni Un iuu. tuitiia iiuiii vei fenced, raw will S'a. T7 A Int tfi rm, urauvueu ia ,ote imctiut city property: vnml Html leni tn uuumi mm ,wunu nrm rMrtt lfl f. 11 of time. U IMUItier H. K. David ton J.O.MuMx DENTISTS Sycamore Items. Jim KlnNi wife U very III at her father iMimeon Number KUbl Itlaud. Ou account of to murb rain tbe farmers are etrttliiat very far beblud with tbelr erupt. Itev. Kln nile.1 bit reirular appointment the fourth Hunday at Hattafraa Hldge Hap. place. We arepreparrdtae.oottftttr price. acre of (round, cltter t- -l tiixllr.(i u other linprovemenli Kbc.t ui.Unrtbv Hickman Cullrfe A e liUW toew takeeonly II.Micaah tu rrtlt ew lit, llvm t.rt aimi wm Mr. tie Uf MB tbe deed will tbow No. t&New il nkouiu No, 44 CITY OFFICIALS Tom Dillon, Hr Mayor O. Helm. Clerk II. W. O. JobnMn, Treasurer J. W. Honey, City Judie Tom Dillon. Jr Chief of Police J. It. Writ lit, Iollrmau A.N. Hamby, rollceinan COUNTY OFFICIALS S A. Naylor, Judge H.T. Koper. Clerk J.T. heat. HherllT O. H. Johnton, IWputy HberlfT J. V. MorrU, Circuit Court Clerk 1k1 tit rt m fcouw. tlnel I tut Church, n4nd. A.J. Humlker lUUdrar BLACKSMITHS A Hon I'reachlncby Hru. Klnc.uf Martin, Tenn., the third Hunday In June at New Hope Cburcb at tbe tout of Aid Ixnf Hide. On tbe fourth Hunday In May In the ftt- nice of a larce rougreiratlon Hru, Klnclnp- tlml Ktq. Hbanklln and MIm Orare He adorn. REAL ESTATE DEALERS FACTORIES M. II. Bhaw Advertising Logic. - !ci las kit l:i No. in wen Hiram! n or tlely new and conumt to fin. ru u wi H Ideally located for prop.'' fc." I: .Jtll factory. Anr bourn Improvement!, mar l t e WW rcb-on- -l " bird down Uiac-Iim down and let the menu juotrtpui' out aa rent iroioariit r 11 ST-1 1" .1 menu. Jutt eatl of n'r i ai it. alalanaliu Inq j ej I '.tuffrt iU fund: DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ETC. Hickman Wacon Factory Mrniel Hoi Company Itlchmond A HonJ oil Mill Ntandard oil Company lilckmnn Ice Company Cotton A Amber Nalfeb lirot. Hrauley A IMrbani K. It. Kllleoii Klllton Hroe. K.O. Hlc Millet A Naylor Fuqua, Helm A Co. A.M. Ilarkett Hmltli Hal tierA IXxJiU Dry C.oodtOo. PLUMBERS AND TINNERS Adams "Imperial" Oxfords and strap pumps for ladles. Best line in the city. Millet & Naylor. Damages for Wet Clothes. Three residents Boaz, Graves county, named Erve Helfin, Oscar Smith and Jesse Johnson, through their attorneys, filed suit for SI, 500 each against the I. C. railroad for damages. The petition in the case says that May Its toe plalntllis who went on an excursion to Memphis, were re turning home and that when at Hickory Grove, the brakeman came through the train and called out that the next stop would be Boaz, which was their point of destination, and that when the next step was made they left the train, only to find too late that they had gotten oil at Viola. three miles away trorn uoaz. As it was raining and they were refused privilege to remain all night in the road's depot at Viola they were compelled to walk to their homes in the rain and In doing so not only spoiled their clothing but came near losing their lives in the flooded sreeks. They claim they were also made sick from exposure, therefore the amount of damages Is asked as stated in the petition. DRUG STORES AND SODA FOUNTAINS Hickman Drug Co. Helm t Klllton UowKllfa Druif More CONFECTIONARY, SODA FOUNTAINS I'ercy Jonea J. K. Naylor M. Ileremlei Co. LIVERY STABLES BOOK STORES A Co. Meat A '.evirate A. (J. Kllilbro GROCERS, ETC. Handle ). II. Moor Hickman Ceocery Go. A. M. He How K. K.Caae The man who does not advertise because his grandfather did not ought to wear knee breeches and queue. The man who does not advertise because it cost money should quit paying rent tor tbe same rason. The man who does not advertise because he tried It and failed, should throw away his cigar because the light went out. The man who does not adveitise because he dosen't know how him self, ought to stop eating because he can t cook. The man who does not advertise because someone said it did not pay, ougm not io believe the world I round because the ancients said it was fiat. time. No. DropiHlllon wi U-- Wi 1 t pn cz nli 1 hate . a' m"Sracuml"flt--... it, h .... n th.i tttr on tbe u!:e.U,.ir-a- . t pultlnf monef in .ium. plan you can on ttill money. Huyonea ii-i- " Ull!""V"iT the you are paylnc rent Ut.c'lirilHlt day. '. r.urrhaKt .. i ...- - . " . .1 1. LTT 1 III. .11 .1..11 rvtldelirrl. U 1 r itiHi....ai, ...... ikitt. .r. r 1 of l.tottrn .. rtiUfUl . three rooiat. water wi town, r.linrron n Initio r..rtiTi,.ri..thfj.-l'lllrtu- - .. 1.1 ' I L llllli. :i lurtim 1111. three at lltu. I) .1 ,m. f - r - Tbew p. etaiet . 1 Hetterewortb 1U1I. Kirk A l'ratlier HOTELS litclede Hotel Uottaie Hotel l'rlco llouto , BANKS Hickman Hank Karuiera A Mercbanti Hank RETAIL LUMBER MERCHANTS . W. A. IXxld, Hickman Lumber A 1'lnnln Mill (Jo. POOL BARBER ROOMS llereiidee l'ool Itonm "O. Harber Hbop City Harber Hbop FURNITURE 8T0RES V. F. Montgomery H. H. Hpeed K.Harlr8hop IjtClede SHOPS Hickman Furniture Uo. ICE AND COAL DEALERS Hickman Ice and Oual Uo. JEWELRY STORES Obat.U.Hchlenker OPERA HOUSES WORKS Dillon A Cox MARBLE CONCRETE Hlcknuin Marble Work COMPANY Hlckuutn Concrete Uo. RETIRED MERCHANTS 11. II. O. Amber Hucbanau O. PRINTING OFFICES HIckiuHti Courier INSURANCE AGENCIES It. T.Tyler T. Houdurant At the next Legislative among the numerous bills that are to be ouered as amendments to the school laws passed last year will be one providing that white trustees shall not officer negto schools and nego trustees shall not act for white schools; also another providing that no part of taxes paid in by whites shall aid in the bulldine of countv high schools for the education of negro pupils, also one providing inai me races can not maintain joint school properties as is now the law. Prof. B. F. Gabby and family left this week for Mayslick, Ky., where they will spend the summer with rel- atlves. Prof. Gabby will probably stump the state during the whirlwind campaign that Is to be InFulton is to have an automobile augurated in July. store. C. E. Webb and Dr. I. H. thehonk-hon- k Read, who Introduced Richard Vincent, a negro, was ar machine into Fulton, are preparing rested Monday, charged with stealto erect a handsome brick building. ing some goods from B. G. Bras- with concrete floors, on the site ad field's storte at State Line some time orning Mr. Webb's foundry on Wal ago. He has not yet confessed but nut street. They will put in a fine most of the goods stolen have been stock of Ovenand Automobiles. , found. We itiake a specialty of metal Clarence Corum delivers the Com roofing. See us about it. Cotton & mercial Appeal, and Adams, Nashville American, Post-Dispat- . . .tetnn rWI k.. Ik 4RIII DI IJUViW a comnanv is duuuwk Cordele. Ga . for tbe manaftew 01 print paper out oi t The mill will te ia operation the preseox yc Seotemberl of Through the uiutzanan i ... stalks, which now gito estimated that aoow session nnW ho pjlned to the Souidciuvv. . T7.i.ir Hfllllll WM, ton crower. for will be paid to the farmeri delivered at the mii A l. r.AJ. tr ' -- I " lobe bir- ..1.1 ed hf! leCODQ line w vllle last week and J w Dr. Herman few. sojaiw"; The 0O- nnn wta- . if , iTVLlA ftTfl uyuy ground tnai me yi- that the murder was Davidson county. .enrt committed that .1 WB !"'i... llnml rlnlhes Will pU" UUl WC UU HUM. . .1, 11(1 more? men In inOfe -- .i In Amer ca ... OlUCl III1C that hot weather iuiw. n. U Naylor. nu the corner 01 streets, incy Meal and chops aia .. . ..... -tu tuw ..i. men of the WOriu -. fall ia ttoo at of treat -- hnd. tbe nn v- $663,152,100 .min. 0U,ll I""""- -' Insurance, an iu"- a ) Dorena, I'l' I I .....M"M-"M-M"- 'l"M' Best in Hickman l frimMniirhU Heard On the Streets Dry Batteries at Cotton & Adamt Motion plcturet every night at the stars New Riga Best Team Lowest Prices Quickest Service siawes AN ACCIDENT INSUR- ..I a.L ,. - ,i u7 , iJiirlortlir iiKilwrnt lo No. kl.tt ANCE POLICY OF $1000 WHY SIMPLY FREE Willi Every Box of Six Pairs of Hose ar- - . (lilt l"f- rurnl l"i - fS All we aik Guaranteed Pants at Rice's Shoe it. lt l.ifr fturnl W'wt- It a (rial. We make a specialty of Store. iwell turnouts for young men. REO bett drink on the market ii Cowgill'i. l 'I flKXIl llUUtv IMionu lit Genuine Dutch Tea Rutk at C. IHLhr oM land) ut nil hi appoint-- s H. Moore's. ' r, wunt M.ur t Change of Program every nleht let w" ; t '! m It' at me iync. Electric Railway. ,l:tt j vui.tlr unite jirl i J K. Tat. C. Newton tells goods for We have Information from a re ! j liable lource that an interurban elec cath or produce. .iifii are Imr lunula llila t tric line will be constructed from Do you wear pants? Have ' rtf.-- .Ky , alone the bett route Schmidt, the tailor, to make them. ullfiutlnif the obtainable, In an easterly direction, '' lilrk. M5 A choice line of bottled and can to Nashville Tenn. ned goods at Bettersworth & Prath- Hlrpljr. H A prelmlnary survey hat been 4 i Kin hold completed from Parit to Fulton, Cot er't. 1. t will I ii it i We tell good, eaty thoet at a tage Grove, Palmenville, Dukedom Jgood, easy . price. Rice's Shoe and Latham. Woodland Mills. We are informed that other tur Store. The bett place to tend your laun veya will be made from a point on ill with tjrbolit the Tennessee river via Huntingdon, ',c dry it Rice's Shoe Store. Collars Henry Station and Como, thence to 2c each. l) 1i utt of Mra, Fulton. Suits cleaned and oretted ohone i k(j Ark, It it thought that it will doubtlett No. 84. Work collected and deliver. New Mtilro, ! :f tl. via. run through Parit, though efforts ed in the city. J . jitura here. si' s r Mmlro, nrrlttrt will be made by out titter towns to t Mr. Falrcloth," of Union City. .1 t c iiimnirr lir, tecure'the line Parit Pott visited hit coutin Mitt Dottie David4 i mid Mm. ( ImIIm. son a few dayt thu week. , KMo IHivli f Mia an I r- The.State of Mlttouri hat requir Upper Bottom Overflowed. ( i iilrktukm Okln, ..I V 1 ed non retidents to take out a fish' I he furatt uf lblr The Mississippi hat been riling ing license costing $15 per year. for several days and it now beginwif. tuid Mn. K.v Get Busy and you'ean cet a 26 iri to cover the low landt of the I. Mra K. T. WhU ning k' ,,cf piece tet of Rogers' Silverware Today the Cairo ' .Wwrn, Al. mid J. upper bottom. & Co. store. kr r tlm lIUm of guage reyidi 38 feet. Rivermen tay FREE at J. E. Naylor c 3t ! V II rk. Hon. W. J. Bryan spoke at the will continue to rite the remainder it It how torn- - of the week, and will possibly reach Paducah Chautauqua 1 aw Sunday, hit ! ort(i rntlrr Mt! tubject being "The Prince of lfHl ami llllliir 40 feet. ILr.i . 1 ' -- if Hinxlur. All at your command. i mwklHtft went to Courteous Treatment iyric. u. H, Moore wantt your grocery traae. FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN IS THE INSURED HOSE THE MOST TALKED OF IN THE MARKET TODAY BECAUSE WE OFFER YOU SOMETHING NO OTHER HOSIERY CONCERN DOES We Have the Value in our Merchandise and the Most Novel Proposition on the Market r There arc hundreds of different kinds ot Guaranteed Stockings on the market today. It's the snrnc old story with others. Guaranteed for four, three or six months. Ml WITH US IT 15 DIFFERENT Here's Our Proposition A Limited Accident Insurance Policy for $1000 good for one year FREE with every box of six pairs of our Insured Hose for $1.50 The Insurance Policy Is in The North American Accident Insurance Co., of Chicago. A Company who have been in business for 23 years, and have a surplus and assets of over $625,000.00. The Policy Pays as Follows: 1 f"t i.. Peace." Sift" Im of Hand and 1 Foot. .IU of Lite Kor Jx The mott varied and Wi) 1" For I.o-- i of One HnU For lAMof Hoth Kjrn. HD For Uittot One Foot of men't furnishings and S Por Ixitaof llolh llniula lluek Ktfut la bavin lilt liouto rtpnlrrd SSI ot Que Kje For of ltoth Fret For Ixtt neckwear can be found at Millet jr l.iu Urtn on llif and iwlnlfd. 'in r Naylor't. Mra. Iattl Wllxin aptnl Saturday nlflit JatUl..k SEVbW DOLLARS JWD FIFTY CENTS PER WEEK FOR SIX WEEKS J ft rulton. liltnl xltli lira. Ilurk Kacur. You won't know what we have un at pmr policy In eat of accident. (Jx mutt bo ovor IS and under 05) The Utile rlilld of Mra. Wllrr Morrla It til you look It might be to your . it vl.ltlnr br vrry tick at thla wiillnf. It: ..' advantage to let us show you. MilIS A TWO-THREA- D COMBED EGYPTIAN tUtt attk. TliedlrMlort of Hot-etrhml houte are let & Naylor. ujM I! rvpalrlnic and palntliif Ilia Ikmu.. r vltltnt ibflr HEEL AND TOE, DOUBLE SOLE 1W Iltl t Hul.lrll. u( Ollllloll, I.utlitr Wilton ami nlfo apvnt Haturdax During a fire which destroyed the itch, with rtlatliM near Hickman. Rutsell Hotel at Wtckllffe, Ky., A. 1 ml of MtFiuldm Mitt Ntllle I Ktcue tpent Halurday T. Berrick, a lumber dealer, met W IL MHIrliw and nlcht Willi (Irace Ionnll, of Clayton. bit death by suffocation. For Ladies in black only. For Men in black and tan. Mr. Ixilph and titter. Kimna, apent Hun- ilajr villi Mitt lloeua Jonea, nrar Hheplierd. Mist Sarah Winn McConnell came Sold with sue months Guarantee on Every Pair. Mitt Htrolliera. wbo hat irolnir to home Sunday from Hickman, Ky., acliool at Martin, la vliltlntr her mother where the hat been attending here. tchool. Arlington-CourieMr. and Henry Iluward and children Mtlfjl. Jt.jr,Jalltl III II. tpent Hunday wllh Herman Clonr and famiWe are making tome very low ly, of near Olayton. prices on Ladies' and Children's Iter. FeluniliHl hit rrirular nppolntnienl Oxford S3.00 and S3.50 Oxfords ' iiti it hihi juiriirii. at lleelfoot Saturday and Sunday and a for $2.50 Rice's Shoe Store. " i tmiiua uii n imi j lane crowd attend et. Wayme Beadles and little Mitt a J II Cayce. Take Your Time. 50 Years Old. "il-IIIIIW1 tfCMM W Henry McMullIn told hit place on Velmer Luten Darby returned to There are .two or three persons With last week's issue of the Johnnie Cruce is on the sick list. Troy Avenue latt week to Mrs. M. Florence Ala., Tuesday alter a visit Hickman Courier, that bright and in Graves county and one or two in ur.;t Conference for this F. Naylor for 52.000. He then pur to their aunt, Mrt. S. D. Luten. Inez Roper is sick with the fever. t'wo Gty Dutnct (Metbodiit) chased 8 acret of ground from N. J. readable paper rounds out its 50th Hickman and Fulton who desire to By giving a one per-cediscount anniversary, and without doubt it it succeed Senator Taylor. These - - - .1 II. 1 Miss Eva Johnson was in Union . v ...,1 i tiuiuocan, m icon.. Corum on which he will build a on city taxes, Owentboro has already entitled to call itselt tbe oldest paper gentlemen should not be in a hurry City, Tuesday, shopping. .Huiiiwbi ui liic collected SJ0.00U of the 1909 taxes. in West Kentucky; and with the as it is some time yet before his Mrs. Hugh Cruce went ..VH.Mt.IW Rill rtUCIIU t Mrt. R. S. Murrell left today for How would this work in Hickman? possible exception of some two or successor will be elected. Mayfitld City, Saturday, shopping. to Union in B'oreriei 'rrtbrc Betten- - Louisville to tpend a few weekt We are paying you the cost of three papers in central Kentucky; Messenger. o rmner. Tommy Roper and family spent with her daughter, Mrt. C. S. Scott. collection, by selling an Ice Coupon It has been published regularly for Sunday with his brother, Joe Roper. Rate. a ten per cent discount from a longer period of time than any Book at Restore Miss Alice Underwood, of Mos the face, for cath. Hickman Ice & weekly sheet in the entire State. Following an opinion by the cow, is visiting relatives, here this Coal Co, The young gentlemen who are now Court of Missouri, making week. Estimates as to the money turned at the head of the Courier, Messrs. absolute the temporary writ which W. A. Edmiston, who hurt his loose in Memphis during the reunion Speer and Sextonboth of pronounced had been granted the railroad comreweek by vititors vary iron 51, 250,000 genius, undisputed nusue ana panies, the railroads in Missouri, hand a few days ago, is able to be took hold of the restored the three cent rate Wed- out again. to $2,000,000. It pays to have markable paper when it was dry, shiftless and nesday, June 9th. something doing in any town. Will Johns and wife, of Fulton, poorly profitable, and have convertspent Saturday night and Sunday Mrs. Alice Amberg, after visiting ed it into a great little paper, as Had to see Negro Hung. with relatives here. friends and attending the live as a trolly wirt. They are in Memphis latt week, attended the making money, just as they deserve Miss Delia Stephenson, of Jordan, from thedisposition other Varying Methoditt roreien Missionary Con to. Here's hoping for them much sex a woman has made application was the guest of Miss Eva Johnson vention at McKenzie, Tenn., this honor and much maiuma. Fulton for a ticket to the hanging of George Sunday and Monday. week. Freeman, the condemned negro murDaily Leader. Mrs. Jessie Collins left Friday, Hickman baseball team went to The friendly attitude of this bright dered who will be executed in jail for Oklahoma, In dttend the bedside Union City last Thursday, and were little daily under its present efficient yard at Paducah Friday, June 25, at of her husband, who is very ill. walloped to the tune of 4 to 1. Ac editor, Guy rreeman, Is certainly an early morning hour. Mrs. Fannie Neugent, of Fulton, cording to the tcore, Hickman got trratifvinc to the Courier. We are Mrs. Al Johnston and children re- and Mrs. Alice Browder, of near 8 hitt, while Union City only got 1 not inclined to dig up the dead, but Edmisoff of Neighbors. ill sav that under its former an turned Saturday, from Memphis, Fulton, visited Mrs. W. A. tagonistic management The Leader after a week's visit there, with her ton, Monday and Tuesday. On Monday night, June 28, all continually at is brother, Glen Roach. members of Hickman Lodge No. and Courier were Order the Courier today. sue, naturally irritating the old coun 761, F. & A. M., and all visiting ty faction sore. Let us be thank The house of representatives of' brethren, are requested to meet at nave Duneo 03 the Florida legisjature has passed a the Masonic hall in thit city. An ful that the "dead doxology been bank guaranty bill by a vote of ice cream tupper and "smoker will their dead" and the the newspapers sung. thirty-on- e to twenty-eigh- t. This be given. have it in their power to bring aoout Umakes five states In which one branch In order to work up the material the "harmonious confluence ot inof the legislature has acted favor I have on hand before returning to compatible elements, and may graft ably, besides three states in which a Union City, I will make my $5 the dead boughs of the east and Want the best going, compulsory system has been adopt Folders for only $3.50 ; $4 Cabinets west end county factions to the livdon't you? And when you ed. at S3. Remember this is only so ing tree of friendship." With Mr. want Soda Water, you want Carpenters are making repairs on long as this present stock lasts, so Freeman at the helm of the Dally Anybody enn Kodnk simple, easy, the service just right. And the Hickman Bank building this take advantage while you can. The Leader, we may expect a restoration no dark room necessary for any part. week. A tile floor, new fixtures, on these two points we are work must please you. Henderson's of harmony and eood will and there etc. will be put in. The bank has Studio. no treacherous sparus nying trying to get a share of your will be temporary quarters in the corner Tuesday afternoon, from three to from the newspaper anvil to Ignite business. EveVything at our building owned by Mr. Kirk. F. BalUer was the the latent enercv ot opposition six, Mrs. C. fountain is just exactly like Let's work toeether for Greater Ful As we go to press, we are informcharmlne hostett ot a kooic rarty. you want it. The fruits and baby boy The color scheme was green and ton County, the garden spot of Ken ed that the marsyrups are the best the white and effectively and artistically lucky. of Leslie Roper and wife, in West We keep all supplies ket affords, and the service carried out. There were a large Hickman, died last night. Burial Mrs. Lillie Bryant and children Is unexcelled. will take place today at Beech Grove number of tables and much interest at lowest prices for Charleston manifested in the progressive games left Wednesday cemetery. Fuqua played where she will spend a few days Miss Marguerite The Hickman Drug A man and a woman were married several selections on the piano. As with her brother, Will Reddlck, at. at Dayton, Ohio, last week who Co., Incorporated Reo punch was ter which she will eo to Hickman the guests arrived, never saw each other. Both were served, and later refreshments of Ky.. and spend a month. East blind. Prairie Eagle. WE? Nesselrode cream and block cake. Rush Creek. Route Five. attortment U.--t. ll THE HOSE RETAILS FOR $ .30 A BOX OF SIX PAIRS U-e- r. BRADLEY & PARHAM. '.- - Sur-pre- , get-ther- e, Re-Uni- , Kodak Pictures cAre Worth While! a Hand-in-han- d YO- Kodak; $ I to $20 HELM & ELLISON Op -- mut mmm wmnm jss" rr r rr,ti a --r r-- - aAUTJiQ&SZ SYNOPSIS. -r-rrtr Mnr s-Z- trorra chairs at tho universities. Kcatcham's nel's visits. Therefore, with no surprise, W'lntcr attention was not lightened by- any ray Of pleasure, flnrn l.n oil.iThat received and obeyed tho summons. Keatcham greeted him with his usual fellow has CaUCht mv Idea " nnd nnenmats right," but thoro was no ani stilt courtesy. mation in his voice, no Interest In his "The doctor pays I can have the papers will you pick out the one--day pallid face. Stealing n furtlvo scrutiny of It, now and thon, Ilupert Winafter I was stabbed." Miss Smith indicated a pile on a ter was Impressed with Its mystical llttlo table, placed read at hand. "I likeness to that nf Cnrv m frmr There was no physical similarity of kept them for him." she said. Midland," com- coior or leature; it was a likeness of "Head aboutr-t- ho , tho spirit rather than tho flesh. Tho manded tho faint, Indomitable, voice. "Want the election and tho newspa-no- r colonel's eyes flashed. I have It!" ho exclafmrri wllhln sentiments?'' asked tho colonel; he gave it all, conscious the whllo of "I havo It; thoy are fanatics, both of tnem; Janet Smith's compassionate,' per- and Koatcnam's a fanatic of flnanco Mercer Is a fanatic of another plexed, sorrowful oyes. "Don't skip!" Keatcham managed to sort; but fanatics they both aro, ready to go any length for their principles or articulate after a pause. The colonel gave him a keen glance. their ambitions or their rovengo! "Want it straight, without a chaser?" J'al trouvo lo mot d'cnlgme, as Aunt Keatcham closed hh eyes and Becky would say I wonder what sho'll soy to this sijdden psychological f nodded. Tim colonol read about tho virtually splurge of mine," "Tho business our is up" It waa unanimous election of Traqy; the astonishment of tho outsiders among tho Miss Smith entering with a bowl on a tray; tho sun glinted element; tho comsupposed posed and Iwpcpetrablp front of the the lump or lco in tho milk and tho men closest to Keatcham; the reticence silver spoon was daiiling against tho ' and amiability .of Tracy himself, in linen 'your biscuit and milk, Mr. whoso mien .thcro could bo detected no Keatcham. Didn't you havo It when hint cither of hostility or of added you wero a boy?" "I did. Miss Janet" and Keatcham cordiality toward tho men who had been expected "to Urup his bleeding actually smiled. "1 used to think crackers and milk tho nicest thing In pride In tho dust;" filially of tho t In a phe- tho world." of tho "That Is because, you never tasted nomenal rJso of Midland. corn pono and milk; but you are goKeatchhir. listened with his mask of attention; thoro ing to." "Whon you make It for nio. I'm glad was not so much as tho dicker of an eyelid or th twitch of a muscle, All you're such n good cook. It's ono of ho said was: "Now, road If there Is your ways I llko. My mother was a auything aVou"t the endowment of tho very good cook. Sho could mako bol' ' new fellowships In,' s6mo medical ter dishes out of almost nothing than those uiongrol chefs can maku, with schools for experimental research." tho wjiolo world." .., "Who. gljos .the endowment?" ''I rcck)n 'sho could," sald'Mlas "Anouynwus, In memory qf Maria V Warren .Koalcham'ririd Helen Uradford Smith;, so i was ipeaking slncorelr "When my father didn't tr)Kq pay ' Keivtcbaw. VlBd auythlng?! Mf. The colonel found a gi'oat deal dirt, jay pother would open Iter buk akout It. The paper was full of this ery and mako pies for the miners tawMwBt sift, amounting to many, (ho couU inalot bread with potutJ , j anti-Tracy white-covered stock-markeo . enens nt Harvard where Col. . tlattlnir, aaw the . Itupcrt 'Wlnttr, r. S. weld or young Mercer, lie mot warr .Mercer, hrothcr of Hie 1eail stuilcni. Three yeaYs rater. Iri ClrttacV In '! i L'nl. Avlnlrr overheard farv Merrrr nD' parrntly planning to klilnap Archie, the , colonel's ward, amino nf aln possea-V; Jum iicnecra winter minion'. j aiwj Kmltli waa mentioned annarentlv na n conspirator. A creat Hnamll magnate inwna nl.oarcl the train on wnicn 101. ter Itiet his Aunt Ileuecca. Mlaa Pmltli nnd Arrhle. Co!. Winter learned that tho llnanMiil magnate la Edwin H. Keaic-iiam-. "Winter, aided by Archie, cleverly on the train, lie took a i hold-ucreat Ilklnc to MIm Smltli. despite' her wieeoil Kiunapin? plot. ircnic myireri' nimlv illmmtwiireil In trtsrn. Iltood In ft nearhv aroom at tho hotel cauied fears for lire. The laa a voice wna neam tho boj-over the telephone, however, and a mls-ut- e Liter a woman's voice that of MIm Hmlth. CoL Winter and a detective act out for the empty mansion owned by Arnold, a Harvard graduate. They were Mercer met with an explosion within. appeared, lie assured Winter that Archie Hail returned. Toe colonel saw n vision flitting from the supposedly haunted house. It was Miss Janet Smith. Col. Winter to himself admitted that he loved Miss Smith. Mercer told Winter that Archie had overheard plana for a coup and had been kidnaped. One of Mercer's friend on returning the boy to hla aunt had been arrested for speedlnir and when he returned from the police atatlon to his auto the lad was gone. Mercer confessed he was forcibly detaining Keatcham. Mercer told hla Hfo story, relating how Keatcham and his scoundrel secretary. Atkins, had ruined Mm. the blow killing his wife. Mercer waa holding him prisoner In 'order that he could nor get control of a railroad whfch was the pet project of tho father of hla college friend. Kndlcott Tracy. Aunt nebecca saw Archie In a rah with two men. Then he vanished, flae. followed In an auto Into the Chinese district and by the use of a mysterious Chinese Jade ornament she secured a an fromlse from would Influential Chinaman boy bo returned. Archie returned and told Ms story, Atkins, secretary to Keatcham, being hla second kidnaper. Col. Winter and Tracy returned to the "haunted house." They found Keatcham. apparently stabbed to death. Kentchara was not dead, however. Cary Mercer appeared on the scene. Winter believing his actions suspicious and observing blood on his cuffs and trousers. Mrs. Mllllcent Melville, In letters to her husband, revealed that she allowed Information to "leak" to Atkins. Suspicions directed themae)vea nt Atkins In the. Keatcham assault- - tTnknowlncly Mrs. 'Melville had made h'erAelf a tool for Atkins' dark scheme. In stocks. Tho party havlng'removed to the Arnold home, tion." . 4 lived in constant fear of bombs and Inery. well." said Ko.ileham fernal machines trorn Atkins gnng. Tin Keatcham, convalescing, told Winter his did not hesltntc?lt was (an th n rnlnnol life story and Its tragedy. naa already discovered) the, rarest .... . tV,l ma tuiuK l111 ,L wunu ior mm in nositnrn- CHAPTER XVI. Continued. ho thought With astonlshlne mnlrlltr- Conscious and Iree from (over, he ' was barely able to articulate, but' uuu uu luriauiaicu nia answer whllo when delirious fancies possessed him his interlocutor talked; beforo tho he could talk rapidly. In a good voice. speech was over tho answer Very soon It was clear that he was ready. Another trait of his had struck presence. the soldier, namely, tho. laborious corcalmer for the colonel's Hence, the latter got Into tho habit rectness of his sneech-- It w.ia nftnn lonod; Aunt ne of sitting In the room. He would re- formal and quest imaginary ruined and desperate becca said that he talked llko Daniel beings to leave Keatcham in peace J Webster's speeches: hut It hnd lie would gravely rise and close' the 01 me nomciy and pungent savor one door on their departure. He. never was might expect from a man whose boyhood surprised nor at a loss; sand his dra- camps had scrambled through miners' Into a San Franclarn stnrV nf. matic nerve never failed. Later, as the visions faded, a moody reserve flee; who had never gono to school in wrapped the sick man. Ho lay motion-- , his llfo by daylight; who had been loss, evidently absorbed by thought. mlno superintendent, small speculator In one way he was what doctors call a and small director In California until very good patient. Ho obeyed all di- ho became a big speculator nnd big rections; he was not restless. Dut runway controller in ew York. "Yotl mlcht hoeIn nn thn mnmln. neither was he ever cheerful. Every "Let mo day he asked for bis pulse record and mall," Keatcham continued. Ms temperature and bis respiration. sort them first." Ho merely glanced After a consultation with the doc- at tho Inscriptions on tho envelopes, opening .and taklnz out nnn which hn tor. Miss Smith gave them to him. "It is against the rules," grumbled road rather carelessly, frowning a lit- the doctor, "but I suppose each pa- no Dcioro no placed It to one sldo. A number of tho letters concerned tient has to make his own rules." On the same theory he permitted the; colo- tho endowments of tho exnorimpntnt The. atm-A-trus-trnte- d p ncntly-openedroad-makinfor-m- er ' old-fas- millions of dollars and filling (with most carefully and wisely planned an almost absolute vacuum in tho American scheme of education. Tho dignity and fame, of the chairs and fell3wsbfps endowed were' ample to tempt too best ability or tho profession TI161 roador grew enthusiastic as no rcnu. "Why, It's immense! And wo havo always .needed It!" ho exclaimed. "Thoro arc somo letters about It, thcro" Kefttchnm feehW mnlfnnn! tn , a number of neatly- assorted letters on a desk. "Tho doctor said I might have the letters read to me, Mils Smith got him to, For fear of exciting you, tho doctors usually let you worry, your head off roti don't know "about things. I've got to carry a fow things through if it kills mo. Don't you soo?" "I sec," said tho colonel, "you shall." Tho noxt tlms tin taw tho f1n.inetnr. although only a fow days had clapsod, no was much, stronger; he was ablo to brcatho comfortnhlv. nn snnltn with case. In his ordinary voice; In fine, ho looked his old self again, merely thinner and paler. Hardly was the colonel Seated beforo he R.1I1I without nrefnrn Keatcham never made approaches to ms sttDject, regarding conversational as wasto of brain for a busy man: "Colonol, Miss Smith hasn't time to be my nurse and secretary both. I won't have one sent from New YorV: will you help her out?" Tho colonol's Hps "twitched; he was thinking that were Miss Smith work. Ing for Atkins, she couldn't havo a better chanco to make a killing. "Hut I'll bet my life sho Isn't." ho added; "she may bo trvlne to aavo hla lifebut sho Isn't playing his game! Ho said aloud: "I will, Mr. Keatcham. If you Will let niQ do It a n.irf nf tho. obligation of thp situation; and thero ls.no bally rot about compensae ! jSt Mm i I I m 4 "Miss Smith Opened HI Could Ss Her.1 air-he yeast or salt-risin- 'salt-cmptln- can you make "Us," tho colonel struck In, "well?" "You think wo aro. thlovcs nnd liars and murderers and despots?" this." "All of that," said tho colonol placid"I call that tough" as tho colonol blurted out tho words, ho was con ly; "also fools." "You cortalnly don't mlnco your scious of a senso of repetition. Whon had ho said thoso very samo words words." "You don't want mo to. What use before, to whom? Of all people, in tho "Mighty would my opinion ho In a one thou world, to Cary Morcor. sandth attenuation? You're no homeotough," murmured ho softly. i'Ycs," said Keatcham. "It was." He path; nnd wlmtuvcr else you may be, did not say anything more. Nclthor you ro no coward. "Yot, you think I .surrendered to did tho colonel, Keatcham obediently ato his milk and biscuit; and very Mercer? You think I did It becauso I was afraid ho would kill mo? I supshortly tho colonel took his Icavo, Tho next morning after an unovent-fu- l pose ho would have killed mo If I hour of sorting, reading and an- hadn't, eh?" swering letters for Miss Smith to copy "Ho can speak for himself about on tho traveling typewriter, Keatcham that; ho seems woll, an carnost sort gavo his now secretary a sharp sensa- of man. Dut I don t think you gavo In tion; ha ordered In his quiet but per- becauso you wero afraid, If that Is emptory fashion: "Now put that trash what you moan. You aro no moro away; sit down; tell mo all you know afraid than ho was! You wanted to of Cary rcal name is Caty Mercor, llvo, probably; you had big things on Isn't It?" hand. Tho Midland was only a trump The colonel said It was; asked In tho gamo; you could win tho odd him It ho wanted everything trick with something else; you let the "Everything. Straight. TMthout a Midland go." "I'retty close," Keatcham chaser," snapped Kcatcbam. really Tho colonel gave It to him. He be- smllod "but there In a good deal gan with his own acquaintance; ho more of It I was shut up with tho told about I'hll Mercer; ho did not slur results of my my work. Ho did It a detail; nolthor did ho underscore very cleverly. I had nothing to disono; Keatcham got tho uncolorcd tract mo. Thoro wero tho big pages about tbo foolish peoHo heard them Impassively, facts. making only one comment: "A great ple who had lost their monoy, In some deal of damage would bo saved In, this cases really through my courso, mostworld If youugstoi could be shut, up ly becauso tbey got scarod and lot go until they had senso enough not, to and wero wiped out when, If they had fool with nreanus," on, When Winter had confidence' In mo and cunie to Morcgr'H own. gxptsl.tion of they would be vory much bettor off, (its motives und hit design If success- now. Hut they didn't, and they woro ful In his ruld on tho Kings of tho ruined and they etarved and took t, Keatcham gruntpd, fit tho tmii their boys out of tollogo nnd mortbo breathed k uoielos Jet of a sigh. gaged their confounded homes that typo-writte- n "I can shall I mako you some to morrow?" "I'd like It. My mother used to make more money than my father; some times when wo children were low In clothes and dad owed a bigger lot of money than usual, wo had a laundry at our houso ns well as a bakery, Yet, In splto of all tho work, my mother found tlrao to teach all of us; and she knew how to teach, too; for she was principal of a school when my father married her. Sho was a Now Englander; so was he; but tbey I saw went west. Wo'ro tho placo where our llttlo cloth-anboard shack used to stand. After tho big Are, you know. It .burned us all up; wo had saved a good deal and 8ho my mother had a nlco bakery. worked too hard; It killed her. Work and strugglo and losing tho children." "They died?" said Miss Janet. "Diphtheria. They didn't know any thing about tho dlscaso then. Wo all had It; and my llttlo sister and both my brothers died; but I'm tough. I lived. My mother fell Into what they called a decline. I was making a llt tlo money then I was 16; but I couldn't keop her from working. Torbaps It mado no difference, but It did mako a difference her not having tho tho right kind of food. Nobody know anything about consumption then. I used to go out In tho morning nnd bo afraid I'd find her dead when I got back. Ono night I did." He stopped abruptly, crimsoning up to his eyes "I don't know why I'm telling you all forty-niner- breadr "You don't think Mercer Is at tapped tho sldo of tho head, "No mote than you arc." "Or your nnd" "Oh, well," tho colonel Jested, "we all havo a prejudice In favor of our own sanity. What I meant was that Mercer Is a bit of a fanatic; his hard luck )ias well, prejudiced Kcatcham'n cold, firm lips straight ened Into his peculiar smile, which was rather of perception than of humor. Ono might say of him Aunt Hebeo ca Winter did say of him that ho saw the Incongruous, which makes up for humor, but ho never enjoyed It; possibly It was only another factor In his contempt of mankind. "Colonel." said Keatcham. "do you think Wall street Is a den of thlovos?" "I do," said the colonel promptly. "I should llko to tako a machine gun or two nnd clean you all out." Keatcham did not smile; ho blinked his eyes and nodded. "1 prosumo a good many people sharo your opinion of us." "Millions," replied tho colonel. Again Keatcham nodded. "I thought so," said ho. "Of courso you aro all off; Wall street is as necessary to the commonwealth as tho pores to your skin; they don't make tho poison In tho system any moro than tho pores do; they only lot It cscapo. And I o you think that big financiers who control tho trusts and tho railways him" sup-pos- conservatives." "I do. That's why the, situation Is tho collection dangerous. You as nn old San Trau-clscan xou Piay." did not pursue a ing?" questions, Winter had ... you niy had a purpose an if.. The colonel meditated. "I'll tell honestly." ho said, after a pause, "I " uccr argument j, ; was of that opinion, or something of he big leather cushion, the kind, until 1 talked your case over with my table besldo him and .. 'Tho old dame Is not a foot; what playing about. the coracn a .f?i mi Its did sho say?" ""it tpeeca iltM now waters He u n..7u "Sho aald no, he didn't convert you; but ho convinced you how other po-pl-e men irum rrw York ml A'.. . "They couldn't fin i m looked at your methods. You im COlonel. couldn't get round the fact that a ahadnwotl nn"I ml,re be Urai .. .. majority of your countrymen think i.ri- -i your type of financier Is worro than no aiauixd you, thonih I Uu proof Of It: I til. 11 1... smallpox, and moro contagious." "Ml iinurr "Oh, sho put It that way, did site? I wish she would wrlto a pros pec to going to send him to the h for me. Well, you think she waa --lnfena . -.....v. I, i.ui sate ior nearer right than you?" n ..... it f ree r nut ..... ,UJ ....... "I think you do; I myself think It a fortune selling my Tm was a llltlo of both. You'ro got a I ilnn , wnti in ka Liti--secrrti a . -u rv SiUiCM, I0TJI1J heart and a conscience originally, can i nnd nlm" Ml", . . though they havo pretty well tanned out In tho wtwthcr; you didn't want nrcms y nil flo joa Wijw to be sorry for thoso people, but you are They havo bothered you a lot: a tlssmnp an.t a ..j 4,. . but It has bothered you more to think nf lita t,l1,t . ..1 ..1.. ji, . . that Instead of going down the ages as sail on the boat" :ac:ctj a colossal benefactor and omnlro colonel blandly builder, yoti aro hung up on tho hook He tUbl here U "limn' to see whoro you'ro at; and whoro rranclsco. read fha to'.; you will be If the peoplo get thor Winter read tho c::.-- v oughly aroused. You all aro building la a hntal n( aM I. . . bigger balloons when It ought to bo you for the cyclono cellar! Hut you were aufflclen'ir stsrCIoi are different. You can see ahead. 1 "Duar friend II:; rj ti til give you credit for seeing." well. Why do you iltrttvt t "Havo you ever considered" said naming- a am srv.s 0J Keatcham, slowly, "that In splto of the i Iniquitous greed of tho men you are w . I, . I.. condemning. In splto of their oppres- kill you quick' No' T:a UX sion of tho people, tho prosperity of the country la untarallclcd? Haw do thousan dol Yes. AnJ no you explain It?' or sucn great eipence u ii city "Crops," said tho colonel; "tlio san Ton shall Dir Wt i'.l tax crops were too big for you." kill )ou dead on'r show ytn la ii prn la nn mara u ar rv, "lou might giro us n little credit your aunt does. Sho was her today; IIIUV IIU iimii7 avj aiii.. a Warn Too rc sho is a manufacturer and sho com- you. Ton roer prehended that tbo methods of busi- 000.00 In 1100 Mr. Mercer to tho Krt list u ness ennnot bo revolutionized with out somebody's getting hurt Yet, on Iouls. Say to U. i )'cr lit tho whole, tho chango might bo Im Hahd. Iiuls w"! ecm ta j mensely advantageous. Now, why wljl b forglTO all het':fortt ways you must die Arr.l In a nutshell, do you condemn us?" i uu 'louro after the opinion of the ar- - is mir. worseiiaio m, v., . other Is erago man, are you?" "I supposo so, tbo high average." Tll.efc til Tho colonol crossed his legs and un tsfsalMS r la. 1(1, ill crossed them again; he looked straight Into tho other's eyes; hit own nar- be a Dago " saU the t;!C"l tn' could do belter nriflf" rowed with thought. "Very likely "sa:i Km! U I'll tell you,' said he. "I don't "Does ho tuna hsiac:r know much nbout the Street or high flnanco or Industrial development! he afier?" "To get me cu. of the j I'm n plain soldier; I'm not a manus'3 r facturer and I'm not a speculator. I knows he ln't w-'d ,understand perfectly tliul you can't Then he . basn t beta . havo great changes without some- no nas lusi r n . Tn I "T I t body's getting hurt In tho shuffle. It to h'a Is beyond mo to dccldo whothcr tho Is of no use talacl ; new Industrial arrangements with tho other. things whichJail and tfit -- i Stock Jobber on top Instead of tho he e:u!d htttw- manufacturer will mako for bettor In hla hands, without lbs ti;-- ? lions; even or for worse but I know this: It Is" before lis r against tho fundamental law to do knows I'm dead tJ mass world, ho ouaht evil that good may come. And you I thlrk ?oa J (11 follows In Wall street when, to gof .1. rich quick, you llo about stocks In' no baa put eveniu he U I told you . a -- ' " ordor to buy cheap and then llo an- chance. naiuo- other way to sell dear: when vou unstable. Stralsh' wl'.hMCM mako n panic out of tho wholo cloth. wilt do? sav." as you did In 1303, becauso, having vouWrtii airaicui aiw. mauo nbout all you can out of things bemb going up, you want to mako all yon ahould say a so, natsnnf irip.v.in .Isht can out of them going dowu; when n linlilb " you play football with great railway 3B n.a.A ft UKI.V tt'llh 1 " properties and Insurance properties house Is ra'rlcd" because you aro as willing to rob tho "Tho wholo place- Hi ueaii as tho living; whon you do all . fnree III H W l.l Uiat, and when your Imitators, who onco. Atkins woma " " uojitv du hi tn uruius or so mucn talent n.aldaT decency as you. when they buy un leg .f.ni.lvn .jilnl-f- ' ..I tl.. islatures and and thejr rflj "bh. ho km ... iiiiiuuiirn run 1110 mack Hand business and hold peoplo up who havo money t,.u, ,,t Ma hablis there Ii " and aro not strong enough, they think, Mrs, j, to hunt them down why, not being a for loot. , aunt , philosopher, but Just a plain soldier, me that your i he told ,. wllh her If . . .. f ..11 . ii nu, rotion Dan. Whal'a moro, t ,..m oilier tieopl. I can tell you the American peoplo IIUIU lull ....aotiW may know lie "'u i oiuuu ior 11, cr tcatotf bul.Q will c "1011 think they can help . hog selves?" ',V' The Preacher-- . AdC. "I know thoy can. You follows are. ., .in., f.i.nwU earn big, but you won't last over night If "T. . the American people got really I., a. .. . iinrt Trii u aroused. And thoy aro stirring in their sleep and kicking off thu bedmuch. Just glr clothes," ' ., r.ll.,i. tn VOU- WW "Yet you ought to belong to tho .... .!. nrit PTUSa-- - had been In their families ever jlnco Adam, nnd the old peopln ill oil of broken hearts and the glrts went wrong and somo of the Idiotic qulttor killed themselves It was not tho kind of crowd you would want shut up with you In the dark! I was shut up with them. He had somo sort of way of switching on tho lights from the outside. I nevor saw a face or heard n I would havo to sit thcro In voice tho dark after bo thought I had read enough lo occupy my mind. It wns unpleasant. Perhaps you suppose, that brought me round to tils way of think- g" for you better than yourselves, but hcn ti,. broken good dr. machine alt .. to keep the mlddfe 0f br .I."" r. , .. " used rn nrv,,..ii-- i -. ... - ir WA... 11U111111 . nr th juu v, ,v Bi., rt,. -"h "lien 3 in-- , I 1 i v. ' n, enrds." " n.11 ' 1 j " I "It Is tho same cM m, .v.. t. J l.1 aunt" ii -.. t, ati ... ' -. 1 . 1 tr . aa a ... t!.-:- f half-millio- V i - -- a, f TL)U- 11 - rltJ n:- ai -l- Pr T ought jld ma-ko- servative was that eolebrated committee It Is when tho Iook- suffering, pusillanimous, conservative olemont gotu lighting mad that aome-thinIs doing" Maybe," intlttored Keatcham. thoughtfully. "I bcllQv we caa man' g to roinombor how con- o Its mime The I nounced "WW . The rest of It i t.,tt tbi r yam nUi-- V" . Hi,! (ilfl till w, lAlS An.l. .. . a a. L HHf -" V LI . afUUII .... '.a. ' -- " :.c4 Fr. u . ' nr-' . ..,. " ii f3 GRATIluuc . . r.,.rf for wo iiumu. LABORER DOES ACT TO BROCIE BURDENS LIFTED HAT BILL'S AFFLICTION. n..j uha rua To-.- uh Man OraVe of Mm Kind- to Hlm- Yesrs Ago. RESCUE From Bent Backs, A bad back Is n heavy handicap to those of us who havo to work every day. Nine times out of ten, backache tells of kldnoy .weakness, Tho only" way to find relief Is to cure the kidneys. Dona's Kidney Pills havo given sound ,to strong backs mim and women. Mrs. storr: an old New York. What looked llko n'anil cow containing a vegiitnhlo garden lu Hint ami a fruit orchard, but which wna -. . ,,t.0p' Is cared really a t hat Hunted lastly l 0B ur"" ' '""L Ik. I thO RMSS U neslly down tho Harlem river tho other aft. w and never n ernoon. Oarsmen who anw the dere bloom "Why, uncle, how oro nil tho folks7" rim look lict at elofto hastily putted "They're all well, thanks, 'ccpt 11111. SSSi" The ...Iter ind.dero- - of IU course, range It tontlnm-.- l out and flnirn He's got the baseball fevcrj" lr ot for wesicy ,b;j " .. .r:'..i,- - arhose Krnvn on tho tldo without causing any dsm Marlon tJU, Manchester, uicmcns, jii a ago to passing craft. Ilut high up on la., says: ' bouian't stand It. Tlio tlio Mmllson nvenuo bridge somebody "Constant work nt a sewing machine A rtalelsli. N. C... womnn nnt Inn ,..-there had dlrcerned tho poach basket bobbing seemed to bring on kidney trouble. Tho sgo received Into her house for "train- - ' kidney action was Irregular and the Ing" a "cracker" girl from the moun- - ' Neairlr every on tho waves. nor child f,"fMk . "Woman overboard!" shrieked the pains In my back and loins so sovoro tains. vein itnce thei man 10 ',c"d to the somebody, and Instantly there w'ns a I could hardly enduro It. Doan's KidEndeavor was mode to Inculcate In ' tt ft a tor ... I ney Pills mndo me feel better In a the girl a love for order and cleanli.IIIIImrr h cornea, . .. .. ITt" The man short time, and I took them until en- ness, but suddenly this dlsclpllno ie&jun" nti-i- " w ho ever tirely free from my trouble." censed, for the "poor white" fled to if rn v turnsnucinsj ,,i Bold by all dealers. CO cents a box. her homo In tho fastnesses, Thither i Co., lluffalo, N. Y, the Italelgh woman traced her after BEYOND OOUBT. come difficulty. PITV FOR THE TOILER. "Why did you leave me, Mary Janot" ahe asked. "Mis' Morgan, I Jcs' couldn't stay!" l ri- -f peach-baske- .... ..., iifni QALLANT MAN JUMPS FROM BRIDGE ONLY TO LEARN NO pastor ol WOMAN UNDER MILLINERY. Get Well If vou nro sick, you wish to cct tfell. don't touI Of courso you "do. You wish to bo rid of the pain and misery, and bo happy again. If your illness is caused by femalo trouble, you can quickly cct tlio right remedy to tret "well. It's Cardui. This great medicine, for women, has lieved or cured thousands of ladies, suffering likal you from somo femalo trouble. 51 . ' 1. .., . i Fostcr-Mllbur- n For Women's Ills Mrs. Fannio Ellis, of Foster, Ark., suffered ngony for scten J. was sick lor I Kcad her letter abont Carduu Slio writes: BCTcn years with female trouble. Every month I would very nearly die with my head and lack. I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was to suffering women." Try it cured. Cardui Is a God-sen- d Years. exclaimed tho glrL "I was Jcs' cloyed with neatness I" j .; rcl t mlstako mo for U. -j well M.idichi Try Hicks' Capudlne. is. H". Blomaeh or rnu "f iI It lisu "- t in f 1 ' Immediately. "I hear, Llmpy, dat do prlco of llvln has Increased." "Yep. Occ, It must bo tough to bavo to work for wot a feller cats," 10. SKIN tbs an obatacle and a tuth. ROUGH AS BARK. a hustler to dlstlniculsh ? ... 5t brtern Baby Boy Had Intense Itching Humor Scratched Till Dlood Ran. Found a Cure In Cutlcura. Obedience. Prompt and unquestioning obedience Is the corner stone of tho foundation of succcs In life. No man can give orders - properly who has not learned to take them, and "save he serve, no man may rule." It will be found that tbe men who bavo won their way to positions of power and responsibility have Invariably been tho men who did not reason or argue or even "respectfully represent," but wha promptly did as they were commanded without questioning. It Is tho large man, not tho little man, who recognizes a superior authority; People Talk About Good Things. Fourteen years aco few mil knew nf such a preparatiop as A Powder for the LKrct. after the. genuine merits ot Alien Mite liave been told year sfter year by grateful persons, it is indinpens-able.tTo-dao AT ALL DRtJG STORES Institute la Arkansas. The Only Genuine Kekliy Leeley For WHISKEY LUre 702 Park Avenue, HOT SPRINGS, ARK. A coarse of Hot Springs Daths given each patient Correspondence Confidential. Write for Information. and DRUG US I ING I10THERS WHO "J?fr He Turned rush -- J" DAVE a Double Somersault. for the starboard rail of tho bridge and everybody "rubbered." Mlko Conlln, a laborer, who labored even In his walk, saw the peach basket top piece. Slowly ho took oft his coat, kicked off hU shoes and climbed over the rail. "She'll never drown If I reach her," he said, and without further ado he went Into space. Mlko may be n good swimmer, but he wouldn't tako a prize at high diving Ho turned a double somersault and struck tho water on his hack with a great splash. When ho en ran to the surface Mlko had no breath left, and, remembering that Is thn first law of nature, ho let tho hat ga hang and started to sare his own life. When he did find his breath ha yelled. Two men In n rowboat pulled up alonslde and he explained between gurgles that his wind had been peach-basket DAUGHTERS Find Help m toll me in LydiaE. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound Itlschrsttr, Ind. "Four doctors tint I would that tliey could noTcr nuke mo rcRumr, aiui eventually have, dropsy. would bloat, nnd I a ulle r f ro m bca ri rur- down palna,crarnpa and chills, and I could not Bleep nlRlita. Sly mother wroto ioirs.ruiK. ?Our son, two years old, was afflicted with a rash. After ho suffered with tho troublo several wocks J took him to tbo doctor but It got worse. Tho rash ran together and mado largo blisters. Tho Uttlo iellow didn't' want to do anything but scratch and wo had to wrap his hands up to keep hlni from tearing tho flesh open till tbo blood would run. Tho Itching was Intense. Tho skin on bis back becamo bard and rough llko tho bark of a tree. Ho suffered Intensely for about three months. Ilut I found a remedy In Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment. Tho result was almost magical. That was moro than two years ago and there has not been tbo slightest symptom of It slnco he was cured. J. W. Ijiuck, Yukon, Okla,, Aug. 28 and SepL 17. 1308." Fotur ling k Ctna. Ourp, SoU ITufl, Buit'.n. The Selfish Invalid. Senator Dixon, discussing a certain tariff proposition, said: "it is selfishness, pure selfishness. It reminds me of George Cartwrlght of Missoula. "George Cartwrlght took sick and spent a week abed. Ho carried on dreadfully with his groans and complaints. His wlfo said to him one FOOT-EAS- E ALLEN'SInto Your Shoes Shake Allen's FootaEase, a powder for the feet. It relieves paidful, swollen, smarting, nervous feet, and instantly takes the sting outof corns and bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery of the sge.i or new shoei'feel easy. It ii a Allen's FootsHase makes certain relief for ingrowing nails, perspiring, callous and hot, tired, aching feet It is always in demand for use in Patent Leather Shoes and for Dreaking in New Slices. We. have Over1 30,000 testimonials. TRY IT TODAY. Sold by all Druggists, 35c, Do not sccept any Substitute. Sent by mail for 23c in stamps. tight-fittin- g lieshns and antincptic and gives rest snd comfort to tired aching feet. it cures while you walk. .Over 30,000 tcftimomals. Imitations pay the dealer a larger profit otherwUe you would never )w offered a substitute for Allen's Foot-Kthe original foot powder. Ask for , Allen's and see .that you get IU some, Fiiot-Ease- millions. It Is cleanly, whole- a, "la a Pint, c Allen's I Ml Luc FREE TRIAL PACKAGE sent by maiL ALLEN S. OLMSTED, LE ROY, N, Y. Address A Significant Test. "So you don't think the common people have the nerve to defy those who seek a system of financial oppression?" "I am sure they haven't," answered Mr, Slrlus Darker, "Look at me. I'm Just as sensitive to injustice as any- body. And yet I never hesitate about handing a bend waiter a comfortable tip for doing nothing except look haughty." i j iJS Quality Products TOILET ANTISEPTIC Never Vary In or Tastm y's hamforadvlcc.nml I be ran to tako V EaaJ. right "Ilut after you drag me In, you'd nlgbt: better go after that drowning wom"Well, George, I'd rather bavo the an," ho said as they hauled him out whole family alck than you!' of the water. "Sho's kcpln' up nil MTIBDU "'Huh, so would 1 Georgo anAnnn iM mothers ex prr&alu g their (rmtltudo right, but I dou't think she'll last swered." At a baseball game In Chicago the for hit Lydla 11 l'lnkham'a Vecc-Utlltmg." to Comlskcy, leader gatekeeper hurried impound has accomplished for He looked down tho river nnd saw or the Wblto Sox, and said: To Check Spread of Trachoma. Usenlsave been rrn lved byXho I.yilia tho peach basket still afloat. "Umpire Hurst is hero with two F. lIsXkamMwlIcluo Company, Lynn, It has been reported that tho only a hat," nnswert-"Oh, lhat'a Mia known as trachoma, or granular friends. Shall 1 pass 'em In7" O.rli who aro troubled with painful his rescuers. "There ain't no woman eyelids, has been spreading rapidly "An umpire with two friends!' orlrreirilar period, backache, head under It. We soon It long ago." "Surel" Every- among tho Indians. To check this gasped Comlskey. fnlnt-b-ff wie.drass'nir.diwn sensations, OR POSTPAID BY MAIL. troublo congress appropriated 12,000, body's Magazine. Try these IMtby Foods: ip'lia cr PiiIIri stlon. should tako ! LARGE SAMPLE FREE! laatiute acti n to ward oft tho serf, CAN CHARM EVEN GEESE. placing It In tho hands ot tho commisj Important to Mothors. I THE PAXTON TOILET CO BOSTON. MASS. sioner ot Indian affairs, for tbo Immepus c:r.vqiif,cej nnd Iks restored to Dried Beef Examine bottle of h?lth by Lplla K llnkham'a Vejre-titl- e diate Investigation and treatment ot , CASTOItIA carefully every remedy for ' a safe nnd sure Ptnmylvsnla Girl Has Remarkabls Compound Thousands haTO been the dlscoso and to check Its spread. Infants and children, und seo that It Mexican Tamale Power Over Animals Sister Is rtstoml to health by IU use Postal Rider. If you would llkoupcclnl ndvlco Ham Loaf Sunburnt Eyelids. ihout your cjwc write n confldcn- Nearly Every One Gets Who does not know tbe mUcrr of sun- SlSure Nlontlc, Pn Tho jwwer to ehnrm burnt eyelidsthat crinkly and burning Ohm Con Came ai leucr to Mm. iMnklinin, nt In Use For Over :t( Years. Lynn, Mas. Her ndvlco is free, animals oven Including geese Is pos- condition of the The bowels show first sign skin? Isn't it worth a The Kind You Have Always Doucht. and nlwuja helpful. Vienna Sausage sessed by Miss Stella, daughter ol great deal to know that Dr. Mitchell's of things going wrong. A Joel Wcllcr ot this place. She la a Eye Salve applied to them upon retiring The Bright Side. Evaporated Milk Cascarel taken every night sweet singer slid has a remarkably will effect a complete euro before morning. "Does Mr. Stormlngtonjtarnes try as needed keeps the bowels power orer animals. With On sale everywhere. Price 23 cents or by to look.on tho bright side of things!" magnetic a low, musical, whirring sound she null, lull & Ituckcl, Itew lorlc City. working naturally without asked one actor, IIAVH YOU attracts and tames any fowl or an "I should say so," answered the Courags. grip, gripe and that upset Blood Poison. spreads or every day Imal. "Goosey," her wub footed pet other, "He's never content unless he "He's a man ot great courage." Sick feeling. needs but to hear that stnrngo sound, Is staring tbe spotlight light In the 1 meals, they are mst the oust rAI.VS, CAN "Unusual courage- T" Ten cent box. week's treatment. far or near, and will flap Ms wlugs, "Yes. unusual couraee. lie Isn't face." Washington Star. AUdrur stores, llljctst seller in thing. LtK.SCALY SKIN, racklo and fly Into tho girl's lap. (he world million boxes month. afraid to keep bis scat In a street car, j I Keep a sup- PIUPl Ft Division of Musical Labor. Stella's sister Clara Is a rural mall even It a woman he knows Is standing ' in the house. Knlckcr Is yours a musical famcarrier known nil over this region. right In front ot him." THAT'S IT KUCUiuntism. ' iou never can ily? Sha and her horao carry the mall he Thn only tkln softener &D4 tell when they "m, ln hl'f bleat? ber 1 nuU. I llonr. tween this placo and llarto, making DockerThe cook sings about her wilt come in hanSuccess. H I to k tit p Hi tweet M WthM ".",.M.?ru r.i.l... In Mf.ulb! work, and my daughter works about clean on hst kut&tuer tktjrta two trips ench day, a distance ot 27 dy. Ask for "Why did you raarryt" detstroysallcMlur of perfcpl Ubhym and be ber sing. miles. latluii when applied on re "Fur sympathy." Urlnir anil reuiortsl n xt you sure get I During tho past four years tho per morplntr wltuadampeloth. "Did you got what you were afterH tr Uto ana fLUU twu Twin Klit For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. fectly fearless girl has truvelcd a trifle "Yes from my friends." tlesv. Trill ".'I 1 10c. , l.nrlii.T II i Tha bent remedy for Orlpp -and Colds Is Kit her lunlleU dlrixt on reover 10.000 miles. Kvcrybody along MoNoHS Utthy, Hicks' Cupudlni- - Itellevrs llii- urliini; and ceipt of piko For Any Disease or Injury to the routo loves her and looks for her (vverlstmeH. Cure tlin cold Headaches AUhhy HOOPER MEDICINE CO. Immediately 10, uUo. U'n Uquld-Krf- rct every morning. Sha Is the eye, uw PCTTirS KYR SALVE, DH 1 1, Tex- - & Jerui City N.J. , UiI.Imi (.Hi. cherry smllo too, playing Ml. IU k , ii Wc at Drug Store. plpu or- irugguts harmless, acts quickly, 2.1c. N, All S und musician, the Y, or Howard llroa., Uuilslo, ' U17bUj a MW.I.H.IIU. gan In church and Sunday school. fK4" k, 'J":"' Ruling Passion. Not Exclusive. "He's bait crazy about music." (Always Ready Always Sharp I "Was It nn "Sure Is. Even calls his price list iftk. a.Vol SC Il"lVTIK," Studies. Rattler "niil u( i U bU.lk Moultrie, (la, Stops appearauce a "Not at all. exclusiveot party!" a. in rir Somo her relatives a scale ot prices." Tho of II assstsl . . .. , . were there." m snoua inuK " rattlesnake In tho schoolhouso at ssS2rXXlrVSssssSB I ""V m whatcolumns ask (or, refusingupon II having lied. Weak, 'Wearx, Watery Vjrm all they I recontly started a panic. A by Murine llye Itemed)-- . of II I tubflitutes ot imitations. 0er fifty yesrsTiist public confidence Itelleved by Experienced I'liyslclans. Com'aVQAUsjAppBlW' Mut largo rattler wriggled hall ind popularity. is the record of pounded Ky 1 Soothe l'aln. WORLD OVER KNOWN TUB way across tho school room,, making llamhns Wizard Oil, the world's stand rine Doean't ttmart.llenirdy Co., Chicago, -Write Murine Kyo his way for a comer In which were ird remedy for sches anil pains. There's for Illustrated l.ye llook. At Druggists. SICK acvrral children. Tho alarm was giv I rcsson and only one MKIUT. DAOK ED'S R We will nuts from anj Good tbt'a He who la false to duty breaks a i en nnd pandemonium followed. Teach' MAID BALSAM get thread In It . A IIALrrONiS ENUBAVINU h t ..! tbe loom, and will find the I'osltl vvly cured hy its and pupils vaeated tho room, glv fully you would criticise your boss KufutUf a loiuiUnl grvvth. Hli ten Kiuare lucbes or less, lo a mllo away from everybody, flaw when bo may have forgdtten the t CARTER'S Ihrsii Utile fills. Ing It up entirely to tho snake. sVrlut lu NewnDatier or on HI,ssirKaAi&) then whisper to yourself. uaur u lie vwaH JaUlifsC. Wuncrr nullJluir, cause. tl. W. lleecber. IVirtralt. LsiiH Tber aliu 1)1. Theru nro no largu children In this . LandM-ape- , Live Stock or any Vsc.s.nJ IliUU lmgjr' Irr,.fr,,ia)j,.i,n. school, nnd tho teacher Is a young it. Bigger Huckleberry Cordial Never Falls. Himjrci you uiay eieci. lui. Mrs. VVInalow' Hootlilner Kjrap. jrt li u u.l Tuo 1 Ira rl 7 paper will do the priming tor you. 1 Tot ctilMrtm let lbli, sulteo. to "- - reduen to LmiiiB A jHrrfrcl re l lady, so I hero was no onu to challenge I o cure I tnliiren Teeming, iwweiper roubles, auuu4Uw,aUji,curcwUuluuu. KctbutU. Western Neespsssr Union, llttl Reck, Ark. bottle. Diuggists 2Se aud 50c AND AGUE fur Dliilntim. Nau tho rattler. Some ot tho children ran ttc. At cured In itn day Address wit, irw.ln. Had to tho homo ot P. N. Thome, who. 01oSt.,ViMnso'kt,It.I. -- tbe solltalr A glittering Bomemarrlagcs mean war and some Ta.lcluikeNaulb.l'uat. heard tho story with sumo misgivings, Pil Tin..,,, "iwulSlThomp80n, Eye Walw ii.i.. i. . i . rlug. truce. N. U., MEMPHIS, NO. W. saesn an armed tWjT.,.,, 'Hid., Wlirni UVE1L Imiigiiitiig thnt a chicken snaku hud frightened the children. Ho took his SJSlSMALL DOSE. SHALL PRICE, gun, however, and went to tho rescue hlgtlaud rat and found u Ccnuino Must Bear CARTERS tier In tho house and attempting to. get up on the Boats In a comer ot tb Signature room. Ono shot from the gun dispatched tho reptile, but It was po H3j8 possible to reorganize the school ot HEFU5E SU1ST1TUTES. BwauBOOf Uitrsjsi ugly, (frizzly, Bray holru. Uuo LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER, o PRICE, SI. OO, retail. rvhuiuu studies und recitations. pln. and After taking ono nnd of the ComiKimul, l am all I recommend It to mrf ladrrtnif woman." Mits. MAT Dul, Uir.clicatcr. ind. Ilaidrrdi of audi letters from cirh et lAdlalillnkbam'i rentable Com- - i knocked ouL Rough on flats, unbeatable exterminator Rough on Hen Lice, Nest Powder, 25c Rough on Dcdbugs,PowderorLlq'd,25c. Rough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 25. Rough oaRoaches, Pow'd, lEc.,LIq'd,25c. Rough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25c. Rough on Skcctcrs,agreeablotouse,25c. E. S. Wells, Chemist, Jersey City.N. J. dls-cts- o because the utmost care is taken by Lih-bChefs to select only the choicest materials, and put these up in the saOie careful manner every time. You are thus assured of uniform goodness, and this is the reason that the use of Libby's gives such general satisfaction to every housewife. in cleaniinff. whitening and r removing Urtu from the teeth, besides destroying; all germs ot decay and disease which ordinary tooth preparations cannot do. TUsT Mifll ITU Psxhne used" as a mouth. ITlUUIrl wuh aWecti the moutk snd throat, purifies die breath, and kills the germ which collect m the mouth, causing sore throat, bad teeth, bad breath, grippe, and much sickneM. inflamed", tired, ache TUC pVpQ wnenbum. may be initandy and relieved and strengthened by Putin. Paxtine will destroy the germs I &tt cause ctlmh. heal tie in. flammation and stop the discharge. It is a sure remedy for uterine catarrh. Paxtine is harmless yet powerful aerm'iclde.disinf edant and deodorizer. I Used in bathing a destroys odors and leaves the body antue ptictlly clean. j rORSAtC ATDRUOSTORCS.SOC. TUC TFFTM 1 SI la NOTHING LIKE IT FOR dentlie PIt"-- e excels inc. W ' j ofCir Constipation It Your Blood P-- For luncheon, I8 ' Ecomn? '"!. I.'' "'',' I i. e SjftxtvfwfLsS1 .- -I II "rt? flvo-foo- JI HEADACHE Fo fyivER rll. $1 1 in-r- FEVER bucccbs-engageuie- 24-19-09. sure-enoug- Fac-Siml- Arc you thin, pale, easily tired, lack your usual vigor and strength? Then your digestion must be poor, your blood thin, your nerves weak. You need a tonic and alterative. You need Aycr's Sarsaparilla, the only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol. We believe your doctor would endorse these statements, or we would not make them. Ask him and find out. Follow his advice. T.ttvcrCTZwJrxr. i ua as a lamuy The endorstmcnt of your dottor will certainly greatly incrrasc your confidence In Aycr's lixauvc. Liver puis. All VCgCMDIC. ASK your UOClor about them Why Take Alcohol? irde 1 IJTVfTTI I, I I II ft I Small Boy's Essay. Here's n small boy's essay The path is easy with love. that is paved BACKACHE Better sweetness in the heart than greatness in the mind. Life is not measured by length of of deeds. WILL YIELD To Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound nn trAiil.U for nloiiK time with twins in my back niul aIiIp, and wan miserable, i" ?.!SL? Afnlttn T days, but by depth you wish to have your It is of no consequence how good Free Liquor For a Year. a man is abroad if he is really mean A little over a year ago the teeto- prescriptions filled Qick at home. talers got busy In this town and ly and Jlccuratcly take If 1l'1..t.,t an open shop where could be bought a morning nip or a noonday cooling stein. The tinkle of the ice in the highball became a memory. John Morrison Fuller, millionaire resident and leading light liked it not. He opened up "personal liberty hall" and lor 12 long months beer flowed to all who would partake of it without money and without Lager for the proletariat price. and the plutocracy alike the bung-hol- e ever bubbling, free as salvation and no one ever denied. For an entire year the glorious program lasted and it was a glorious year, for Fullers' generosity found an equally generous response from a large number of his neighbors.Glasgow (Mo.) Times. This is printed merely as a "teaser'' for one (?) of our readers How would you like to live in when they Rot through there was not them fn Cowgill's Drug Store where you may get your Drug wants at any hour DAY OR NIGHT ill's Drug store (Incorporated) Money to Loan. 1 Home is the residecce not merely of the body, but of the heart ; it is a place for the affections to unfold and develop themselves, for children to love, and learn, and play in ; far husband and wife to toil smilingly tegether, and make life a blessing The object of all ambition should be to be happy at home ; if we are not happy there we cannot be elsewhere; it is the best proof of the virtues of a family circle to see a happy fire side. . I un ills. mi d courser" thought I should never ret well. I read n testimonial nltout I.jtllii K. rinklmurs Vegetable I'oini-otiud.nn- d way un til I thoiicht loan money at the rate of 5 per cent per annum on farm lands in Obion and Weakly Counties, Tenn., and in Fulton County, Ky. About one-hathe cash value of a farm will be loaned. Loans made in sums of $1,000 or more for five years with privilege to borrower of paying Don't pay house rent when you same after one year in full or mak can own your own home much cheap- ing any size partial payment desired er. See us for town lots Hickman at intervals of six months after the Courier Realty Co. expiration of one year, interest being stopped on partial payments Right now is the the time to get made. Call on or write. outbusy and put in that bath-rooO. Spradlin, Union City, Tenn. fit. Why not have it done this month? Cotton & Adams. The state paid out for the militia during last year, ending January 1, 1909, on account of night rider trouble, $161,148 99. The beard of equalization has, in many cases, inHickman Furniture Co. creased farm property ten per cent MNCOKPOUATED-'in order that this shall be made up to the state. So the farmers have Funeral Directors to pay all of the burden while the And Embalmers.. trusts go tree. When they say Gov. Willson is not favorable to the trusts. Hopkinsville Independent. lf -'- Man is naturally a home-lovin- g animal. In fact, most animals are home-Iovi..And when a man asks a woman to snare his lite, it is unusually taken as a gentle hintthathe wants her to make him u home and taf e a sort of genetal oversight of his affairs and a special oversight of himself. He likes to know that she does things for him just for the reason that she loves him, and is interHe ested in him and bis loves his home more if there is some impress of her personality upon it thousand to He likes best the meal she prepares cluirsrc for him. Of course, he says very little perhaps nothing of all this ed ; and the parents being a man. g. well-beind three bottle I m was cured, and norer felt so well in all mv life I recommend LydJa K. i'lnklinm's Vecrtnblo OomjHiund toall mr friends." Mrs. Will Yovno, o Columbia Avenue, KockUiul. Me. llnckache Is a symptom of rentals Jf you weakness or derntiKement. have, backache, dm't neglect It To pa rwrmsnetit relief jou must roach tho root of the trouble. Nothing wo knowof will do this o nafely and surely ns LydU K. I'tiiklmm's VeRetable Compound. 1'iire the. cause, of the distressing ai'hesaml pains nnd you will beenmo well and strong. The great volume of unsolicited toAtlmouy constantly jHiuringln prove conclusively that I.ydla 11 i'lnklmm's Vegetable Coniouml. made from rooU ami hcrbt, has restored health to thousands of women. Mrs. I'liiUlinin, or Lynn, 3In.sn., Invito all Kick women to write Iter for lulvlco. Khr lias tuldrl try ft After I would tak-lu- g newspapers, He ought good editor when he grows upi 'Newspapers are sheets of paper on which stulf to read Is printed. The men look it over and see their names in it. I don't think God dots The Bible says nothing about editors, and I never heard of one being In heaven. The first editor I heard of was the fellow who wrote up the J flood. He has been here ever since. Some editors belong to the churr'i and try to raise whiskers. All of them raise Cain in their neighbor hoodt "Sometimes the paper dies and then people feel glad, but someone tumors never starts it up again, went to school because editors don t Our paper is a mighty i get licked. poor one, out we take it so ma con put It on her pantry shelves. Our editor don't amount to much, but pa said he nau a poor chance when a boy. He goes without underclothes in winter, wears no socks and has his wife to support him. Pa has nit paid his subscription in five years, and don't intend to." ' I ' on to make a Sunouncrmcnts For MnRuirM.. A ii ; DEMOCRATIC N0MN! Frank M- - tF For Sheriff. Circuit Court J- Clerk. W. M, For Jailer. JoK t.,.,,HR School Superintend M'SS SM'.TH County Alienor. County Judge. w. a. rri i County Attorney: Jas w x Thtt I'rxihe Well Deserved. That Come From TlmnKfal 1tick man I'eoptn One kidney remedy never falls. Hickman people rely upon it. That remedy is Doan's Kidney fills. Hickman testimony proves it al ways reliable. Thomas Creed, of Hickman, Ky says : "For two or three years my kidneys did not act 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 at night and when I arose in the morning, I was so lame that I could hardly walk, l olten sulfercd from n:r vous spells, occasionally felt languid and became easily Urea. Head aches also troubled me and I was very dizzy at times. The secretions from my kidneys contained a sediment and I was often 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 suffer ing. Finally 1 learned of Doan's Kidney Pills and procured a box at Helm & 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 ail dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Unit ed States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. m County Court Cleric T. III 5- K INDEPENDENT TIGKeJ For Sheriff. health xrco of For County JAMES ir sa Judge. not harsh or unjust, l, that are :, Hickman, Tmttphonm No. 30 Kentucky In too many families the mother assumes the care of every thing and her daughters are but genteel loung ers in the household. The work which could be so easily and quickly done if each bore a share is left for the hands already weakened by burdens, and when at last the poor household drudge dies at her pos she is remembered with pay not un mixed with contempt because she re signed the post of ruler of the house hold to become its slave, and her Call 84 Schmidt, the tailor, will daughters are left toruin other homes idleness and ignorance. But there call tor your clothes. are no such daughters among Our Households. are teaching this lesson most A mother anJ father that have not learned are not capable of controlling children. It is a burdensome thing to many to lead the child the way it should go, for it is very necessary that parents follow the same path we can t preach any more than we live, and the sermons from which For Jailer. TTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTf the child draws his ideas take place in the home no teacher, no minis ter can do the parent's work. Your When the Fire Whistle Blows lis too late t take out M THE MAN WHQ STARTS an account with a HOME bank no matter how small his start if he keeps at it, will not only accumulate money and increase his credit but also build up in force and character, in energy, in inspiration and ability to accomplish what he sets out to do, in capacity to earn money and command a place with the leaders of his community. YOU need a bank account we shall be pleased to have you with us and to extend to you all the courtesies and help consistent with safe, sounch banking. THE HICKMAN BANK -- OLDEST BANK III FULTON COUNT- Y- Capital and Sulplus, $65,000.00 Sprinkling Rates For 1909 The sprinkling rate for the season, 1 be- -. ginning May 1st and ending November I st, 909, in residence section, is 50 foot front and under . . . 8c for each additional foot. $6 Business house rate, each door $6 This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle Hickman Ice & Coal Co. JNUOUl'OltATKD child has a body, mind and heart all in your keeping ; if you do your work well, when life's fitful fever shall have passed, for you, the memory of your children will go back to you, with gratitude that they were sent out in the world with A man and wife when irritated sound bodies, cultivated minds, and will often say things to each other for pure hearts. which they are sorry the next morn ing, but pride often keeps them from confessing their faults, and the little "BE COURTEOUS" AT HOME. The Arkansas differences grow until a divorce suit Why not be polite? How much Arkansas has a greater variety of or an assault and battery case results When you have madeamistake.be does it cost to say, "I thank you?' hogs and less pork and lard than a man or woman enough to ask for Why not practice it at home to any state in the Union. An average giveness, and you will sail along on your husband, to your wife, to your hog in Arkansas weighs about 14 pounds dressed, with its head on liowery beds ot ease instead of jolt cnuaren, to your domestic? If ing over the rocky beds of discord stranger does you some little act of and about six and a half with its courtesy, how sweet the smiling head off. It can outrun a grey acknowledgment I it your husband hound, jump a rail fence, climb No boy or girl, can ever come to or wife, ah I "it's a matter of like a parrot and live on grass, roots be utterly bad who remembers only course" no need of thinks Should and rabbit tracks. It hasn't much love, tenderness and sweetness as a visitor or acquaintance tread on tail or bristle, but plenty of gall. associated with father and mother in you dress your best, very best by It will lick a wolf or a bear in a fair e the home. Give them acciueni tear u, now profuse you are fight. It is called razorback bemanly and womanly example, give with your "Never minds," "Dont cause it is shaped like a sunfish. tbem training, give them the inspira think of it," "Accidents will han In hunting razorbacks they are altion of devoted lives, give them these pen." If a husband does it, he gets ways shot at sideways, for higher, deeper things. Do not care auownjita child, it is punished not a ghost of a show to there is hit them so mucn as to wnetner you are ac- Ah these are little thines, say vou otherwise, any more than to hit a cumulating money, so that you can They all tell mightily upon the heart. split shingle. It can drink milk out leave them a fortune. We really lei me assure ycu; and little as thev of a quart jar on account of its long believe that the chances are against are, mey Gisiurn peace or create thin head. This type of razorbacll that being a blessing for a boy. But pleasure in tne family circle is Vnown as the stone hog, because leave them an accumulated fortune gentleman stops at a friend's house its head is so heavy and its nose so of memories and inspiration and ex and finds it in confusion. He does long that it balances up behind. ampies ana hopes, so that they are not see anything to apologize for The owner of this type of bogs usualrich in brain and heart and soul never minks ot such matters ly ties a stone to its tail to keep it Then if you happen to leave them every ming is ngnt, cow supper, from over balancine and breakino fortune besides, if they! have all coiu room, crying children "per its neck while running. If the stone these, the fortune will be shorn of fectly comfortable 1" Goes home. is too heavy it will pull the skin its possibilites of evil, and will be where his wife has been takine care over its eyes and it will blind Ex come an instrument of higher and ot the children or attending the sick nobler good. and workings her life almost out. lloneslly Now Then he does not see why thines can't i t. i. .... Did your wife ever use vou razor uc Kcpuu utucn never were After all that has been said about rare treasures of art and nature that such cross children before I" No iu oarc ner corns t Did she every co throueh vcur Oh may lend attention to a home and its apologues accepted at home surroundings, it .remains that the why not look at the sunny side at pockets while you were asleep? Did she ever threaten to sa hoiae fairest home ornaments are bright, home as well as abroad, and trv pleasant words instead of surly ones. to her mother? joyous taces; ana where these are wny Did she ever neplect the. rhlMn.n not use ireeiy that colden co n wanting, all else goes for little Bright and joyous faces always ac ot courtesy r how sweetly those Honestly, now company warm and loving hearts little words sound, "Many thanks," or "You are very kind I" Doubly, Did she? s which an true must possess Hence all who intend yes, thrice sweet from the lips we Rurlal Telephone. making homes should look carefully love,t when smiles make the eves . l.t Xt into their own hearts : for only when sparkie witn tne light ot affection I Mr. Farmer t Make vour home n . these are right can they expect their Be polite to your children. B modern for vour family as a city courteous to your servants. Do you nomemaKing to prove satisfactory. expect them to be mindful of residence. You can do this by in Warm hearts make brinht and stalling a telephone cheerful hearths, but the warmest your welfare, to erow clad at with the Cumberland and connecting your approach, to bound away to do hearth cannot thaw the icy heart, Telegraph Company, Special terms Love is the great homemaker, that your pleasure oetore the roouest Is for farmers. For further Inform. half spoken? Then, with all vour makes even the drudgery of house authority, mingle kindness and tion, call the manager of the keeping a pleasure, and home life TELEpnnm? Cumberland Brothers and sisters, a foretaste of the bliss of heaven. cheerfulness. Telegraph Company, (Incorporat- One cannot get too much love into be amiable, be courteous amone one's easily too little. youselves and your servants. Don't always Pay cash for Ice Coupon Books your land lord. be at the memv of Let the Hickman Voluntary obedience in the home and save ten per cent on your ice Realty Co.. sell vou n lnt and not compulsion, Is what is want account. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Courier at $1 a week. Its ance. Now is a bet'er t.c- e- i er time. See us abjut it lock barn before the Inrse it gone rates are reasonat-cr rosjd the world's best. , R. T. TYLER, lAAAAAAAAAAAlliillliii Ag o, 4 Cottage. Hotel... H Klf A'' - KT Roorgs and by the day or w-- k fortable rooms Board old-tim- .n acut Rates S litgt, ci Reasonable 1 Slogans Scwlnif runs lidhtertW" Mch'' tUtf other, last longer other, ki 1 srnirr Is more beautiful tk" any other. tZFREE I. less iritratio" than any other. is easier to oper than any otner. home-maker- males a more pW , tit Ji than any i,thc IKIX Lcstofallcoo- - homs-makin- e, .r.inr Mir.HISf.lO WHW'okoii x.iirACO r Fumlfuie bineu in 4 . iliiiao