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Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon up the HlU of Success, The Courier has a Spankln' Good Team, WE BAT 'EM OUT ON BIG CIRCULATION A BLUE MARK mrant wnnt the paper to emu to yon nnr thin montN Huntw tiromptlr If rem tht jmir Ihm cxtHrrd. HKRK Crease the HxIbs of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up fit cUElT J nt I HO. U WE8TIIKM XCHTDOtT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, Finding The Drowned. ce JUNE 24, 1909. EBTABLIflHED IN THE TEARlNfJO whole H0.a.in:i iifiBaa v39 .mm REV. W. J. COCKE State Evangelist, meeting of Lexington, who will conduct n nt the Christian Church, begining, Sunday, July, 4th. Mrs. J. V. Conran and Miss Luetic Robblns leave today for HickThe average weight of an adult is HO pcunis. The average weight man, Ky, to visit their sister Mrs. A. A. Farls. New Madrid Record. is about 14 pounds, and ola tteltcn lie cumber of bones Is 240. The Wm. Frenz returned Suoday from ileletcn measures one inch less than Brinkely, Ark., where he has been lis height of the living man. visiting for several days. The average height of an English-ru- n .1 5 5 Belgian Facls About Man. According to a Columbus, Ga., special lo the Republic, the body of Urady Grooms, a young man who was drowned the other day in the Chattahoochie River, was recoverd the next day in a remarkable man ner After searching in vain for hours, the fither of the young man was advised to toss Into the river one of his son's shirts, and told that It trrtuM afrits mm ttnt mr noor th f lpot where the body lay. This was Tnv&TIHSSMSHSjaSBMSMSMMMMSHSjSJSJSMHHHIDEiSMSJSJSjRM tiled The shirt, drifted down the OTP BR13A.TJ-HT- T liver a distance near the bank, then suddenly floated to the middle of the stream and sank. Groom's Breathitt county. Kentucky, of time in the shadow of a barn while body was found with the shirt cling' world-wid- e fame on account of its Dr. Cox, unconscious of the danger never-endin- g Ing to his legs. feuds, is qgaln in the awaiting him, roue down the moon limelight. Ed Callahan is the last m roaa to aeain. umjett it was jrictim of the assassin's bullet. One who did the deed, now pensively Rurlal Telephone. by one the marks go on the gun meditating upon the sins of this life Mr Farmer: Make your home as .stock. Once there was a powerful within the solitude of the Frankfort modern for your family as a city coterie of murderers doing business penitentiary. Hargis was also pres residence. You can do this by in- in Breathitt nearly all of whom have ent at this midnight assassination stalling a telephone and connecting rendered the tooth for a tooth as and remarked, it will be remembered, with the Cumberland Telephone & has been decreed. how like the squealing of a hog Dr. Telegraph Company. Special terras I The palm of ability of course be- Cox's death agonies reminded him, for farmers. For further infornaa- longed to the acknowledged artist in snowing conclusively that even in ion, call the manager of the this line of ending mens 'lives, Jim situations of this nature, he had an Telephone & Hargis. Hargis it was who reduced eye for similarities. Cumberland Telegraph Compart, (Incorporate "murder to a science; either from Hargis also was the head that I lack of courage or from cd) a business planned the death of standpoint he preceived the wisdom Marcum, together with Callahan, and Were the Debts Paid. ef paying men to kill other men who carried out by Jett and other assoone dollar bit! were In his way rather than do the ciates, Remarkable to relatethemen A farmer finds a and appropriates it by right of dis- deed himself. For a time this man- who committed these crimes were covery. He goes to town and pays ner, of things was profitable ; the known in nearly every instance, but it to the newspaper man on his sub- nights are dark in Breathitt just as such was the strength of the power scription; the newspaper hands it to they are elsewhere, and it was neces- that ruled in bloody Breathitt, no arthe merchant to pay for something sarily a simple matter to pump a rests were made to speak of, and he has just bought ; the merchant deadly leaden bullet into the rear when they were valuable witnesses pays his meat bill with it ; the butch- anatomy of some undesirable person always disappeared with a startling er hands it to the farmer to finish from the friendly shadow of ambush. abruptness. Such conditions could not continue paying for a calf he had purchased ; Hargis had quite a number of expert the farmer then takes it to the bank shots on his pay roll. Chief among always however; evil can prevail with some other for deposit, and is these was Ed Callahan, who at only for a time and those who informed that it is counterfeit. Now times was kept quite busy reducing transgress the laws of God and man, the question arises i Were all these the census of Breathitt. Callahan in time get their just deserts. Just did not do the deed himself always, at this interesting stage when peace debts paid or not? Ex. butsaw that it was done at the re- seemed to hover over the scenes of quest of the master higher up. A carnage justice mounted the saddle. FOR SALE Thoroughbred Rhode sad commentary this on modern civil Old Jim Cockrill, it was who first Reds eggs (15) for setting, Island true nevertheless. He. fell before its fury. He was in Louisization, S1.00. Splendid layers. Mrs G. it will but be remembered was a mem ville and possibly while endeavorState Line, Ky. B. Threlkeld, ber of the party which bided their ing to drown some old memories i AN EYE FOR EYE" BLOODY hate. which came up before his vMen like gaunt spectres of the past, he looked upon the wins when it was at its reddest, and during a nocturnal ramble was struck by a railroad train and killed. It next pointed its decisive finger at Jim Hargis, and he too, went to that higher tribunal to answer for the deeds done in this life. It was at the hands of his degenerate son that he met death while in his place of business. How like justice was this that the hand of his own son should be the instrument for his undoing. But justice was not yet through ; Ed Callahan was yet alive. From a midnight shootist he had reformed and become a builder of churches. For some reason, however, he was never quite able to get away from the shadow of impending danger which constantly hung over him. There came to him-th- e conclusion that he too would have to pay the reckoning. The same means which he had employed in ending other men's lives was turned against him. He was shot from ambush and while still alive It seems that his fight with death will be a long one. Thus has justice stalked in the footseps of the guilty, and like a JMemesis, brought to those who lived in darkness the whirlwind of disaster even as they had sown the wind of NOTICE : In agreement with all banks of Hickman County, Ky., the Moscow tiank will cose in the afternoon at 5 o'clock, until further no tice is given. Please arrange your business accordingly . R. A... Brock, Cashier. Use English Sparrows. The first evidence of practical use of the English sparrow is that of submitting them in target practice for the report of the gun club at Hopkinsville. The price the club pays for each full grown bird in flying condition is 2 2 cents. As fast as the birds are caught they are, caged and fed until released for the marksmanship of the g u n n e r s . Here's hoping the Hickman Gun Club gets the habit. 1-- -9 feet 9 inches ; of a French-tifeet 4 Inches; and of a n, weight of an Englishman is ii 150 pc'.Ji, of a Frenchman, 135 poom'i, d a Belgian 140 pounds. A nun breathes about twenty tiset in a nur.ute or 1.200 times In mhcur II" breathes about 18 fiats cf a r a minute or upwards of Kten hopsheals a day. The i r rare of the pulse in n 120 beats per minute j in EisawJ, eighty ; at sixty years of JEtit is nxiy. The pulse beats otfem.e; ,i more rapid than of eiles. The weight of the circulating Mood j aiout 23 pounds. The iem mutes four beats while we weathe cere. Five hundred and ty pounds or one hogshead of Wood, pass through the heart in one mrag lour i t'ct J-- 4 inches. The I SPECIAL OFFERINGS IN: I Ingenious Maiden. An author engaged a young lady typewriter to take down his new novel from dictation. At the passage : "Oh my adorable angel, accept the confession from my lips that I cannot exist without you I Make me happy Come and share my lot and be mine until death do us part I" and his fair secretary paused and ingeniously inquired: "Is that to go down with the rest?" 1 mmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmammmmmmkmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm White Goods and Wash Goods a yard, now For Sake of Health. A small amount of lime scattered around your premises at this season of the year will do a vast amount of good, and possibly save you a serious spell of sickness during the coming summer. It does not cost much and every citizen should see to it that enough is used to purify the back lots of his property. Don't wait until it's too have 174,000.- wmcn wouia cover a sur- ce imrty times greater than wnaa bouy. The lungs of a man wn, th' We put the price low in order to clean up completely our Summer Wash Fabrics. In nearly every instance, goods are marked at COST OR LESS; you'll appreciate the great reductions upon inspecting the goods ! late. Do it now. Hogs Reach $8 The h.ghest June price for live jogs sine 1SH2 was established Fri-- J thr rnlon stock Yards, 'cago, when best porkers sold at se long predicted figure of $8 a Mated pound,. The fastidious Hickman, who has been accustom- "pleoiih his tummy with nothing per than a "ham will nie op tu the luxury of common t!0tom lf thil h,8h Price bust- n don't itup. Batiste, Foulard Rays, Roxane Batiste in pretty floral and figured effects, has been sold regularly at Cross-Cor- d 1 Demand for Ky. Coal. 5c, 20c and 25c 121 and" 1 S Swisses, Pongees, Organdies and Lawns, solid colors and fancies in dainty figures, stripes and floral figures. Regular prices 25c and 35c a yard, now All White Pongees, Dotted Swisses, Lace Stripes, &c. plain and mercerized stripes, all good styles though slightly soiled on ends, regular 20c, 25c and 35c a yard, now self-colored The proposed fourteen foot deep "terway pro,eel from Sl , B(vih mwt reP0fel t.. inai Lnrh Wiway to.is Con not lv.i co iV tt u,uw wnen m( . u ik . t si1?, The wierwa would aln. 15 15 Kentucky coal operators will soon be enjoying big business again, notwithstanding the fact that this is the time of year when the coal business is dull. The operators, it is said, have made big contracts with the Illinois Central railroad, and It will require considerable time to fill them. In addition, heavy shipments out- of coal are to be made to Panama by Kentucky operators, and the look is bright for big business. C; Swi. ,00 annually the engineers say. f' wa of MIuourl,hai tfS"ii.H?d,!ey K'heb,U Prohibiting the smok- - Silk Pongees and Embroideried Swisses, solid colors, figures, regular price is 50c a yard. Now 0VS'.1tfC'.. 25 ! y,he age limit notl AZtX "ve.raoney write n your bill us.-Y- The above are Real Bargains, as a look will show "rk Sh.ngle Co., Hickman, Ky. ates ttJtsiil, B all? Stives .H.u,,evr and children in Nashville. In TDfis was Monday. Union ..Smith & Amberg.. j New Officials Take Oath. At a meeting of the South Fulton City Council, held Friday night, June 11, all the newly elected city officials were inducted into office, and the appointive offices were filled. Mayor Adrian McDade adminisr, tered the oath of office to his J. P. Swann, who then administered the oath to the council-meW. D. Morgan, J. L. Calla-hiW. T. Lockridge. W. H. Wolf. J. C. Rogers and Dr. R. N. Whitehead. The new officers then proceeded to fill the appointive offices as follows : D. M. Weaver, marshal ; Homer Swann, recorder ; Pete Chambers, treasurer. sue-ceson, n, Adolphus Busch will build a $250,-00- 0 home in St. Louis. Lots of fellows around Hickman helped the poor fellow out. a THE HICKMAN COURIER Csrers Wtittm Kentucky Llks tit Diw" A BOON TO SCIENCE. BRIEF SfflE Our Readers NEWS CAPITAL NOTES. Many Diplomas, W. 0. SPEEtt and J. 0. SEXTON, Editor and Proprietor. (Copyright. U0.) Items of Special Interest State Superintendent of Public In. sttucllon Crahlie signed. 2,100 dlplowag to for graduate from tho common schools of tho atato, which Is twlco tho number Itsucd last year. YOUR BACKACHE Republican Election Commissioner. Gov. Wlllson, upon recommendation of the aUIn central commtttco of thu Entered at tho nickman, Kentucky, republican party, reappointed John T. postofflco as second-clas- s mall matter. Mayor Orlnstead, of Louisville, 8ends Shelby, it lawyer of Lexington, tho Letter to Judge Pryor, Calling H's representative of that party upsn tho election commission for tho enAttention to Charges of Blind Tigers itato year. suing v MRS. RIDLEY INNOCENT WUIIipOUnfJ firing Run In Louisville, Gov. Wlllion Oners Rewarfl. . RklfitHl, Mftlna-- r.. .. Gor. Wlllson offered a reward of 2f9 rer lonff tlmo with a n. ii AIiABAMIAN HELD FOR LAR Ixmlsvlllo. Ky. Mayor Jamca P. ml side, and was rr ' 2 P' lOrlnsteml sent a letter to Judgn Jo for the rapture and conviction of Geo. CENY IN NEW JERSEY. d srph Pryor, of the criminal division of Simrin, of .Madison county, ot tho Jefferson court, calling tho cour'.'a the murder of Joe Jake Collins, Picked Up Jawel on Sleeper Which RbsbsbsbsbsBk attention to recent publications to tho t I idmvi Had Been Lost by AnUppEPejpepepBf effect that blind tigers aro being run 7jr get W(jn other Woman. In tHiltrllla cn Sunday, and that In somo instances gambling games are Washington. Congressman William carried on as aide luuei under tho Kllxabcthtown, Ky. The Good Itosds Richardson, of Alabama, has retumod eyes of tho police. Mayor Grlnstcad to the city niter spending scleral day Inclosed the articles In his Icttor to association, whjrh'mot In this city, In. in Newark, X. J., where he vent to tr Judjto Pryor and requested that they nuguratcd a vigorous campaign for tify to the high character of Mrs. Fran he referred to tho grand Jury. Tho good roads. ces Kobinson Kidley, of Huntsvlllc, un mayor savs If any policeman or offi '" Why not utilize the skyscrapers to communicate with MarsT -Lexington. Ky. Kelly Kash, com. In ilall my life, I . . . der Indictment for grand larceny. Judge iu-.. .: . . m.w cial la guilty or protecting saloons or x tiuuain s v egex.iu o Richardson expresses indignation at the attorney of liroathltt my frlends."-M- rs. gambling games It Is of tho "highest oonwcnlth'a manner In which the case against Mrs. INCOME TAX IS DEAD GOULD DIVORCE SUIT Importance that they be exposed and county, and Miss Nelllo While, daugh IUdley Is being prosecuted, as he believes ter of former Congressman John I). punished o the full extent of tho law. her to be an innocent woman, certainly or Ucrat White, of Irvine, wero married here by ncns.rn.-aI baTo backache, u CiEff. C of the purest reputation Iter. J. II. Wilson, of Transylvania AMERICAN SCHOOL BOOK CO. TAX ON CORPORATE EARNINGS INTERESTING FI0URE3 AS TO wt permanent rci. f v;u Kit Mrs. Ridley was arrested March 19, WILI. BE SUBSTITUTED. lhe root of tho tn fa COST OF WOMEN'S CLOTHBS.. 0o last, as she arrived at New lork from Awarded Contract for Furnishing Text Atlanta, charged with the theft of lew Lexington, Ky. H. J. Dun.ivant, Books to Common Schools. Mrs. Gould Changed Gowns Three els by Mrs. Andrew Albright, of New Cummins and Bailey Break-De- moresenting W. J. Oliver ft Co., of Knox-yltl- pound. Cum tho crat Jealous of the Part the Times n Day, Never Wearing" York. Thev were lit the same slccir. nehesand Tcna. signed n contract fur tho IrcMlnur well Ky. Frankfort, Tho Amorlrau becomo ami str --.g Mrs, Ridley found in the ladies' dressing Part Bailey Has Played the Same One Twice. School llook Co. secured tho contract gradlnB of the 12 miles between Lexroom a bag containing Jen els, which she ington and Mcholasvllle for the new tcsUmonyconstart for furnishing for another live yean rela ned with the intention ot namllng Washington. The income tax is dead Kew York. With the separation suit I ' the children of tho common schools Internum Una of tho Lexington Inter conclusively that I to the proper authorities as soon as she M far a9 ,,,,, Instead of the Howard Goulds as a medium, M Kentucky their text books. Tho urban Italtwaya Co. reached Newark. Jo her surprise, she tWo I. fnr.lp.1 ih . the world Monday had an absolutely contract was awarded by the stato aia herbs, has restontl Lcalti t iiZ , ln ..... was arrested. i ,i, i,.. Lexington. Ky. At a meeting of LSe sanus or women. uulniie opportunity of hearing expert school hook commission, composed of 3Irn. rinklinni, of Lynn. Is no inrnorn.inn, Judge Richardson said that there Al.lrlM, .,M l.,t testimony on tho ultra rich, the inagnl-- Gor. Wlllson, Stato Auditor James, flluo Grass llaptlst association, conk- wril; nTltc nil sick sort of case against Mrs. Ridley, and lhe ,nU(.r w, posed of thc ministers In Central Kenanil thtn ol tude of fortune, the tiossibillties of in- Treasurer I'arloy, Stato Superlntend;er for n.lvlco. tucky, Her. J. W. Porter, of tho Kirs tliotiMntU to si,0 doul,t n,x)ut Thc P"m' come and the opportunities that a wo- ent Crabhc. Secretary of State llruner. V ..;. i hooltU irwd i i it "t received assurances to the same effect. nun of tho class' has for spending. Atiy. (Jen. Ilrrathltt and Appellate ftantlat church, this city, was elected cliarse. ay. snc is on iwnu, wnicn sue was am- Tft It I. ..u. I. W ...in- - ih The innermost details of one of Hit Horn Adams. The books adopt- - president, and Iter. O. O. Qrcen, of piy aiiie to give. jirs. i uuicy a excep-- w hip. He has had more than one in- - greatest WOMAN'S WORTH. Practical Primer. McGuffey' Versailles, secretary and treasure r. of American fortunes, that ot i.igi. cnaraeter ana social posl- - ,llrRent tionaiiy enntor to ,cc ,nj tuerc thc Lite Jay Gould, wire bared for tlielor' o Headers, Modern Hpeilor, i.o.i a ir.uuru iu in ur,iumuii uy ,im cvorn more ummoned. IMiIsvIIIe. Ky. State Klro Marshal first time by no less an authority'lban Hay's Arithmetics. Harvey's Gram- prominent, souinern ciiircns, inciuoing Ulat ih nmior .Mtlon George Jay Gould, head of the family, 8tcps In Kngllab, Maxwelt'a NVIklrk began a rigorous Inrr. tlgatlon fctflmtor-'Iw- t Jno- - presumably existing heretofore lctwecii t0I,?,!f.L,u,rin anJ and magnate of railway and telegraph ComtKisltlons. Natural Geographies, of a large number of fires ot mysterl ouarp Miniums. Cummins ond IUUev Is broken, Ite- - systems. Willis Thyslology. I'ctorniHii's Clrll ous origin which have occurred In thl hlnd this storv there are Interesting in Tliat the Gould fortune, on January Government. Klcctrle KlcmenUry, Kin city within the past few months. NEW BUNKER HILL BATTLE cldents. Jealousy play, an imiortant 1, 1906, was, conservatively figured, cam's History ot Kentucky and Coin- - Is stated that damaging evidence has part. worth 80,000,000, was not quite as plctc History. The copy books aro to been secured In some of the eases. i wo senators ot orrosi,e poimcai par-i - inucli a surprise as .Mr. Uould s Uedara-- 1 oe rurnisncd ny (no TraniWvanla Co Injured Almost as Numerous M z ai 1. it..:. Lexington. Ky. H. II. Atkinson, pf tion that not one of It has as yet I of These and tho Unguago . r, . :,. ... I ; divided among the six direct heirs. nr.d physiology text books aro tho only he staff of the supervising architect iurmi.. "i IT T I.... ma.. I..: .1 Tl., Tl. !!. " '"J"'"' ! " 11. could have been had on cither thc Raltey Mr. Gould said that the fortune was changes from tho present stato list of the United 8tatea treasury, la hero . . Bunker Hill celebration Thursday rival- .,, ,, , , ,, , ,,, I I llv V 11111(11119 UllllllUllfLII.B IllUIIUItU held in trust during the lives of the six The bidding far the five years' con to mako plans and rxtlmstcs for tho I for v ncy ,., . nn income tax five days ago, it children Howard, Anna, Princess de t?a tract was almost wholly without, com enlargement ef tho government build i ieo by t. j paper tin , " Trf i nuir.nrn luirsnna u'Bv-- airnniMi mi wou ' iave pasei . gan, Miss Helen, Kdwin, Frank and him petition, and the American Hook Co, Ins; In accordance with a bill passed man In America s. J. 1 1 ' for i the hospitals of l!oton and vicinity fori by congress, making an appropriation shilling. self. had easy sailing. injuries caused by fireworks and pistols, Hubby Well. If s' of $80,000 for the work. The income from the original estate ti s txi POWER PLANT EXPLODES. and many more wero attended by physi' ono sho was wor''i , in the six years between IWi and 1007 "TORONTO JIMMY" ESCAPES cians at their homes. Fortunately there Louisville, Ky On tho grounds that inclusive were no serious casualties, Two Hundred-To- n Boiler Hurled one year was nearly $31,000,000. In no I From Interrupted the Wedding. O. Crlppen, president of tho did the Income from the origi Steel Cell In County Jail at Wll Cliarlestown's great day closed witli Through the Roof. . The other day, at the Siivw Crlppcn-AllcPlsno Co., exerted un rial fortune for any individual heir fall I llamstown, Accompanied by a an electrical pengant, county Court He sr Ir tiit Join Donvrr. Col. Six are kn6nrn to La below duo Influence upon a prospective? cus. $700,000, and in 1903 it scared I Ngro Prisoner. The display was emblematic of thc at, aml ,t it thoug)lt Inoro are burie.1 tomer by playing "O Promise Me" on Bchoch was abctot ti rarrr a real to $782,000 for each one of the tlx "gems of thc world," the floats repre- - unjerneath the tons of debris as a re-couple), Ue FronoLn-e- J lis tn'io heirs. Wllllamstown, Ky. Matthew Wll a pianola he was trying to sell to Mrs. Inary words and t: J then to Joi sentlng the brilliancy and luster ot the ult 6t tl nnlmion of u boiler t II. II. Kharpe, Judge Miller ordered I lard, Howard Gould, the defendant In the alias "Toronto Jimmy," made diamond, ruby, emerald, garnet, ume- - the hands, and ttartej cn lb ceresoar, utl(m of the' Denver Gas sensational I aI r i suit, was colled to the stand good his threat that there was no Jail tho contract annulled. "Hey, there' II,j!J - a clss!! Kiiiurcu pricioun siones. xr' iiij.ta aimi i.t.i iins & Electric Company. and added tho Interesting detail that In Kentucky strong enough to hold iieuie lurnuuii was me queen oi me Walt, I say!" This scr,C3 ef itirU!:i nunjrej1 f men who were attracted since his majority he had built up a IjuIsvtlle. Ky Tho Coliseum him. Ho showed It was no Idlo boast carnival.. It was .estimated 'that fully io tho MXM b tho MUA o( tIie tcr. I 1 private fortuno of $10,000,00, despite.hii when be performed a "lioudln!" stnnt Amusement Co. filed suit against IS mn Ann il .- pagfaui. Tho groom was fc:rr.i:J tl bii! rifie cxi04on aro no,r franticallr lis-Insurance companies, seeking to re Buslness was suspended in Boston, -i- nn. Inn fho HM.rt. nf tho t,1nf. heavy expenditures and hi expensive J,y escaping from a steel cell In tho cover ItC.OOO Insurance on tho build badly scared, IP x- . T This include Castlo Gould, county jail. With him went a negro i t. " ' ' marriage. r ""i"e--"Just i tnlnuto I vinl li Ht ret u ""nun Ing recently deal roved by fire. Tho ,lpon tIie rwue Qf the power com on Long Island, on which ho has spent prisoner confined In tho same Jail for I o curlei' ciues uunns me uay. in ,mi..M i, Insurance Is held by many of tho best- each an apple be forfcajrrj are the dixm. 5.',.oo,ooo, out wnicn ne lias uiisuceeaeflight offense, whom tho "Toronto' t tit till be under the ruins, known fire Insurance concerns ot tbo said the man ho fully tried to sell for $1,000,000. evidently compelled to aid his escape. And in he calmly a k:l a:i Ueiti Among the first of the dead bodies to WILL NOT TELL HARAHAN . l. M. ..... . u...t From the smiling lips of Mrs. Howard Dut tho negro's liberty was short and country. mn cmu ui 1. ul.. r t.. be dug out of the ruins was that of Gould, Justice Victor J. Dowlini heard he was apprehended, "Toronto Jim It was one man's Lea of s Jo.- iTerrl, 7 years old The boy was Frsnkfort. Refuses to Divulge Price Poid for Joejd, startling evidence as to what she thought I my" was brought hero from Covlng-- condemning Ky. Strong resolutions Kansaa City Journal, tho lynching of John Mac u" " v"- Central of Qeorffift. woman of fashion should spend on ten to answer to tho charge of robbing dress. Mrs. Gould laid down a set of tho bank nt Crittenden, In this county, ey, a negro, were passed hero by the Sees Final Victory Over Tuberculcii New York. I'resident J. T. . i. largest-negruuiitu u social and uiiu iiuii. ..in rorum. t "ili Wtetlef .i Dr. William Osier r:f3 w.c 4.1 ngi. l .xplosion was caused uiii.the bursting of rules that she declared It uould cost any but the. hearing was postponed and Internal the by organization In Central Ken tuberculosis will I? r.: J eradicate! purchase by his road of the Central of I 200-tohusband from 435,000 to $40,000 a year Wlllard remained In Jail, being locked boiler, which was thrown a turky. Thc resolutions say that swift Is an open qucstlc-- : It Is i foe till Georgia, said he did not caro at this n a steel cell at night. ,,,. to follow. Thcso cells nf tIlft ,..., la tie 1 She felt that she was In ronservathe arc so constructed that It would bo Justice will be brought on the mob by la very deeply lo'rc:---- ! time to state the price paid. The rc- n .! God. Ut man race. Very fcarJ It . good form when she changed her entire Impossible for a prisoner to saw lh ported price Is $3,000,000. ,,plnl!,v1H, nni, of nt eradicate complete y t.t wfcea wwtume three times a day. Wildly friv-- 1 bars from tho lndde. Tho general , "ou will readily see," said Mr. Hara- - I fn la ki Frankfort, Ky. Although the now In think of what has I: a linn tliat n ifrna t tta v ra tn tin 1.An snmlo ' olous women might get in four changes, opinion is that the negro did the sawli. cirtilltj U iI t.l il.. till : she said, if they arose early and stayed lng. Another prisoner, John Murphy, sunnce ordinance, providing for tho generation, how iv fa nut swsvui nvn run itiii rcafh the Atlantic seaboard . at , Savan- - st work in the plant at iiiuujUnits of nviu UP a whlto man, was asleep, and claims collection of 3 per cent on the groas many places has h:.i red-:the the . .. son i. ...hi. nan wiui a vast luniiuge oi ireigni over iI he knew nothing of tho affair until hi business dono by the lire Insurants than 60 per cent :i:cd. la . i i, ie c companies In this city as a license, hsil places 100 per cent It ii wtUiot a oi-If uniku oi nunLu, nii.,io eci i aWolte, " " nwn vnllfl wlilli .li.ralnfnr. It Im.l , In II at .least seventy-live- , , tho Indorsement of the attorney gen- hope, and so long as so ars SiitiH .1 ! eral's department, tho city council ro With hope, the victory U la lUtl' uoy carries out .1.1 ti iit-- 1iruiis- - l Wllllamstown. Ky. Tho Jury In tho null uw uui iuihii luab .iii tuned to nass It conimema, rouie oy way oi lie souii. inreat mane t.o mower. CM0 0f Oeorge and Grover Lantor. BcefonUIll(. rjlilou What Is believed -, Ky. "Momma, if you charged with the murder of Ktlielbert Owensboro, cm I'acino w ll be established. Calves, aaM,nate ,iavo Uca u att t Ky Representatives ot ,.-- , ton will continue to be, the coast port ... m. whip me I will jump in the well." This Hansom last January, roturned a ver- r.O Iiulsvllle, lt v,v..n .,.t i specialty manufacturers of Ken son of diet of not gullly. There Is another of that line It means the opening up nMenc , tllil cUy wa, nulje Mr) to. was the statement of a lucky met hero and formed tho Kcii' day when a burning liottlOyfllled with Mrs. Samuel Scott when his mother Indictment pending against them for tticky Association of Manufacturers' reprimanded him for a rhildUh prank, tho murder of Sidney Hansom at tho kerosene was thrown throush the larca Heprescntntlvca. The body will affili KENTUCKY FEUDIST SURVIVES plate glass window of Ms house. The i lie motlier thought th Uiy a merely I uamo time. Lunch ate with tho American Specialty Man I .bottle, filled with kerosene, was wrap- - joking,and administered the promised Ky. indlcimcnts wero iifarturcra, organized for tho purpose ped with rags saturated with oil and spanning. or Suppef Bre&thitt County Bad Man Shot Nibbing and crying, the little fellow returned by the Brand Jury against al cf cumulating trade abuses, was blazing when thrown through the Through and Through. heavy window. The curtains, carpets ami lied from the room. In u few seconds leged operators of rambllnK rooms, as taulsvllle, Ky. An Important deel Lexington, Ky. Although the bullet all furniture In the room were set on the mother was atartled by a screum follows: Delicious Dave Jones, I'lux Stringer, which was intended to end his earthly fire, but the fire department quickly re from her sou. Suddenly remembering T Mays, Joseph Mayrleld, Fred Giles. slon Involving tho state Inheritance existence passed completely through him, sponded and extinguished the fire. his threat, she went to the well. At Felix Uloomc, John Walker, James and tax was handed down by Judge Ar thur PeUr In the case of tho stato entering his left side and coming out the bottom she could see his golden Laura Ileaumoiit against Mrs. Winifred Mncauley. Tho through his lilp at an angle ot forty curls floating -- on tho water. He had Inoculated with Typhoid. Ave degrees, Kd Callahan, the noted feud J.outirlllo, Ky. Sovcnly-flvcarried out his threat. del. commonwealth set up a claim for a Omaha, Neb. Major Gilchrist, Ser leader of Ilrrathltt county, will survive The body was recovered nil lie the gains wero present when tho nnntiul portion ot tbo estnto under the Inner- geant Fuller and Privatrt fcliinldt, In- tho Woman's Interna Itanca lax. Judge Peter ruled for tho his wound and live to uiete out ven- swooned found convention lt "a rr',0"'.G7.n. an.d, ft"?-- " nJ motherthere was aaway, on Has child's tlonal UnionofLabel League was called defendants. geanco to Ids enemies. For the first gash the States that Al,nl0 Kltxjcrald. time since ho becamo tho victim of an army, were whlts head which struck us he Jumped Into t" ord,,r I"- Inoculated with typhoid a . It l is i ji new dainty of pearly Owensboro, Ky. Tobias Quins and astasia' bullet almost two weeks ago, ver serum and will test the qualities fe the well and caused .him to scream. II ula su'i'annpoi", preeiuciu, presiui.-of (Icorga U'ar, residents of Spencer com, by thc makers of Thursday, over tho session. Callahan was interviewed the vaccine. It Is estimated that tl His neck was also broken. county, Indiana, havo filed petitions In and, while he made no outward threats seven men who volunteered for the ex Lexington, Ky. Tho directors of thu thu Deputy United States court clerk'H and Grapc-Nut.- i. against those ho believed responsible lor periment will be sick for t Bishop Hendtix Elected. nine Grass Fair association have de- ofllcu here asking for $30,000 damages his Injuries, his statement was charac hours with high fever and nausea. In Nashville, Term, Thu bourd of trust cided that I hero will bo running and from 17 citizens ot Muhlenberg coun are fully cocM teristic of tlie man. A ten days, If no alarming symptoms arise, of Vanderbilt University elected Dish-otrotting racea at tho fair In August ty. Kentucky, on tho grounds that they He said that his enemies, In the ef oiled into thin wafers inoculated. A third asaIn K. It. Hendrit us successor of the late, They say they ninilo a mistake In not were forced to leave their homo In this fori to assassinate 'I" ' " made at the end of llishop Galluuay, as president ot the offering a racing program last year. toasted a crisp, Coldcnbrov,T. Btulu by night rldor outrages. first to violate the peace compact twenty days. board. eently entered into by the leaders of Louisville. Ky. Col. Albert 8cott. Ready to eat direct from Louisville, Ky. Ily a voto of thn re the factions, and that in the future they Helnte Again Indicted. Imports and Exports. chairman of the stato. board of control publican state central committee, rtob- - box with cream or Eu would have to take care oi tliemseivcs. Washington. The monthly statement New York. Tho federal grand jury for ch.irltublo .Institutions, and Uon crt II. Winn, the chairman, was nu- exquisite flavour today handed down indictments agulrut ot imports' and export shows Imports I Perry llaly completed an Inspection inorizcd to recommend to tho govern The HIS BODY KIPPED OPEN, the on In May $UV33,(i03, uu increase of $3!i,-- 1 of tho Central Axylum for the Insane or tho names of tlvo republicans cllgl tenderness delights W. Augustus Heinze, head of tho United invalid. Moth said tho Institution bio for appointment as state 013,373 our the Imports of May, loot), at Lakeland. election fastidious epicure or W. B. Yeargln Falls oa a Saw at Card Copper Company; Arthur V. Heinze. Ids lliu exces ol ex -nor U over imiiorts In Ii was In good snapo. CMimiUsloncr. wiH, Mo and Is Killed. .. brother, and Sun ford Hoblnson, Hcfnze'a Uio Lingers" muntii is $338, 174,01)0. a de-e I'aragould, Ark, W. H, JfiFjl". ; Tho Tasto unel, charging conspiracy und Ky. Telcphono Ixjulsvllle. tils Ixjulivllle, Ky. Actlvo of the Curdwell btave Com- - (1R an uttempt to obstruct the admlnis-ay- , crrukti nf $aM,7at,S2a kUvn eoinpureil work In itl tho excess of exjiorts In the cop .patches from Wyeuilffc, Ky., report preparation for tho annual convention at Cardwell, Mo., twelve miles ilrulIoI( o j,utco by spiriting away the responding months of , lust year. TIie the death, by suffocatfon, of J. A. Her. of the National Association of .i Ufa In- Popular pke. ioc. ot Jiere, leu on an look of t10 VnM Copper Compuiiy Mt morning and was InstsBtly killed, imjiort Increase wus chieily in iimiiufuc- - Ty. a promlnont lumbar dealer ot thut surance Underwriters, Urge I aniuy (u-ra- l whloh Is to bo tbie t)ie comianjr WIU turiiig mateilal und exiiort decreases section. In a lire which totally ilustroy-- held tn this city next tup. saw severed his right arm and rlpid I m.r,,tiv. mid nk, Uv liitvrfirln October, was bo- ultli .IiImIK- l, M.ll.in n...M ...1...... . , 1. I ... a,,., miwii, - .1 lw. ll.ia.nll tinlul a.i.l a. Bujummg rfun wnen committees wero aypolntt d ..u ... u,ll.ll.... v..., 14 body opea from the right shoulder UnjteJ sitttvt ,,mrshuls In the .erformtho cotton being due to lower price Sold by Grocers. .meat market. an(j ,,ut t0 work v tu two hip, severmj; every nu aH0? uf tu?jr duUcs, only, tbo ipiality being tetter. Tight side, CASH IN iDVAXCK. GLEANED ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR FROM MANY SOURCES, W1LLYIEU w El!..11 vviauii; aer-.tsc- th.-JS- Interesting News Items i. 0 j mV, Ji l?4 , rt e, caualtaFg sJfii iHyi.. ., .,,., Tf - "" hnJ$ft - - .t ,,,, l'" kl "c Ix-e- ... .M .- ert -- -- l.-- l.l -- i.. int mr 1 .,,r,.,i . 1 tu-:- u w,,, iu, r.ilf iij o ..,. J. n -- -- ,, .. in li , - e ei l.ii i,, ii,i.t n,, punn cDiuicn. iii ur A 1 v.. - at Breakfast, f'"' Toasties IW forty-eigh- Ton.tlea t p U&on w r . eu-te- ulleg-iploy- r.lu.... uj.r - . ,., IjQFjEaraffi'WjW. iFanm 1 - ... aad Msrckis Bail "ptnmBGRX Q dojiendoncu engrossed on parchment Thrco copies or It, according to ono tradition, warn signed In tho Independence chnmber, one of which now hangs there, behind tho tablo nnd chair used by John Han. cock and Ocorce Washington, tno rornief while presiding over the contlnonul congress, tho tetter ovor tho constitutional convention. Tho original Is pi e served In the atato department at Waahlngton and lately has shown Indlcatlofli of crumbling away that I'realdent Itoosovclt sotr.r II r.o ago ordcrod that It bo kept In a locked aafo. Mnny more I presslro ovcaU and ceromonlcii took placo at Independent hnll Tho llrltlsh defiled It with cruelty to American prisoner during the occupation of I'hlladclphla by tho troops of (Ion. llowo. Tho ling captured by tho American and Kronen at York-tow- n wero received hero by congress, Tho second Inauguration of ....ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.... That wo offer to depositors. Other Inducements are of secondary Importance. Upon this Guorantec wc Solicit Your Patronage. II. BUCHANAN, President J. A. THOIlPiON, Cashier. n. DIRECTORS Duchanaa, J. J. 0. Bonduraat, O. D. Throlketd, J. W. Ateitnder, Dr. J. M. Hubbard. R. M. Isler, T. A. 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The second room prepared ,or rl5u,ar occupauer was though chlmney-placcs- V iB omL Ml rt'lxVk Sk f1 k 1 JJ hung In a trco near tho governor's headquarters as early as 1685 and runK w'icn It was desired to bring the peoplo together or upon occaalona of solem nity. II Is bclloved to have been transferred to tho cupola of the old court houae In High (Market) street ftigtand byWlllfara l'onn. wai BmU&m """" SfiMl eLsfl htTT asH"1ssI have been mado ready for thooc-tsfiS- T a 'ho rrotlnclal aiaembly and tho .r. il virtually at tho exact timo when vn ? rf Great Ilrltaln In America began to If ; 'heir growing strength sufficiently to In-th.i. "y Insist mora than ever before uton ti rlgf m l specially mindful of their own aa only a quarter of a century after ti oU I v rr'r Heir waa caat by patriotic In t) U city that It was usetl to gather the tor'e fcrar tho proclamation, by order of tho n cM'lotc :,i ongross, of the abfolute political tf tho jj colonies from tho mother couu-tr- r TN- - s'ato houao sheltered not only the Un. n'ai congress during many critical ,' .. the supremo council of the federat tion f: tt r. It t'd States, tho constitutional 0 of "d" tho supreme court of tho United Stitn sr I f be provincial and state legislature . I 1. n rJ Vi r f ri, I I etjU- n t a and Infancy of tho wcatern republic 1mt an of any dUtlnctlon whatever In tlit cm iporh, from Andrew Hamilton nnd feajan.m J atiklln to Ufayette nnd Kulnakl, tMd bT rh its ortals. It Is tho silent survlv-l- t tr.!9 e a stupendous past, no stupendous WhmI lb, hardly anything Is moro wonderful twafhc ' ..j jt simplicity of tho auatero stago wtlER ( tt o dramatic actions which Indirectly , tnaafcrn J the whole political world, VWliUu 1. nna council of state first met In Cwg" i, ..B unfinished house near tho mouth rx k k nfterward called tho "lllue Anchor Utfrn s.mUts at that timo wero living In ts ',.ntT the west bank of the Delaware riv-- " It U r. suppoaefl q havo mot In tho b - h at WIcaco, down tho sed river, and ' winiam I'rnn s houao In Lactltla court, the mb hl. h now atanda In Kalrmount park, until " rtJr" T' '1 ,0 "10 now atato houae In 1747. Tho "Min.ui 0 scmbly probably sat In tho first s ,10u, rctod for tho worship of w r''r R,(er l'cnn' n"knl, nnd then In . on lyoni B,rct known aa tho Hank ul V'"'" Mating hail or gov-mor- v.jIJ Washington as president and that nlso of John Adams took place In what Is now known as Congress hall, adjoining tho atato house to tho until west, which waa not built 1787-It was hero that corigrcas received tho news of the death of Washington. has Much work of restoration mado Independence hall what It ia In general, this work has been directed by careful study of the ot past Zealous bodies and Individuals has also brought together in the stato house many objects ot venerable early value ns lllustratlvo of tho days ot the nation. Tho stranger naturally desires a succinct, service-nblstatement of the things of pe culiar Interest that the stato house y Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. Ledf ord & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1855. TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Successor to D. O. Ramage, deceased.) e tlf k t! ar-tlu- ti sea-iio- 1 con-twt- lr . j,, .1 lilt e, ,nai woro erected, for prlvato use. January "23. tho assembly, ' r t0 t!l nccJ of n aultnblo provincial mm. ",".J JL:,00 (10.000), toward Its, cost M? !',J "10 "amo 01,1 an Isbuo of pa. AlLrV ' Mh,h 11 1,11,1 lu,t authorised. William was afterward ono of Philadelphia's mn)or'1 and beanie a Justlco of tho Trim ;r' ncleJ n ,h Konl of the provlnco la th ot lho Ground on M J! T "e Mf,h ,otl to Sixth, nnd oxtendlhg f!,T ,r?M l0ward Wn,nl" ,'k trool, which formed rLh0Sen 8l,a 11 wa no nntll 17C9 that Dr. MhB ,1uai'0 M ncqulrod. , Kaarsl "rchUcct o Christ church, nsplrod Uo dlfruSi0.,,BU hou''0' nnd u ,a,d t0 havo becnu ho was not permitted to so Th ,Lawrcnc. Andrew Hamilton and Dr j0K h'arIoy composed the building com- ulttee u U. -- I I n 1 oa It mow Mil rilUWUUlU, UIUV- - a!v . , Ut ' J ' 1 sut S ,h?, fle of 'iota Id . . ... ttn, V" it,' 1 fc,.rue,ur. n?1 ct ta tho groat tower. built, was In a rough 8c'towlor, 1738, William Alien, 0 bnnQUotnnd frolic in tho Long tor whlcU was o b tho COn.J "'any later rnvolrl Hn.i cniAn.nitin. u'"u ,,altLSnnlraC.l0, Mroro 'latory in thoao days ron of it,.'.1" I1. wa not until 175 that tho fitted I. 1","?wy in the stuto houae was com-- ' .rur,ou to note that it was hoatod that "0.0 by mcaui of two open stores, al- - Tho Declaration chamber, where thn continental congress nnd the sat, is, constitutional convention with tho exception of a now flooring, aftabout 1C97, and substantially in tho same stato ih erward to havo been which it was then. Tho walla are placed temporarily In hung with portraits of many of the tho tower of tho new signers of tho Declaration of Indestate houao. In Ocpendence or of the constitution, tober, 1761, tho meOf GCORQE h'ASfltnGIOrt nmnv of them painted by contem morable order was poraneous artists. A portrait ot to Kobort tent Washington preserved hero Is by Pcale. Hero are Charles, tho provincial agent In London, for a pounds weight. Tho superintendents bell of 1.000 tho chair aud tabloa used by the presiding officers many of both bodies, Hancock and Washington, and of tho stato house, Isaac Korrls, Thomas Leech occupied by the members or deleof tho chairs and Kdward Warner, wroto: president's tablo Is tho silver ink"Let tho bell bo cast by tho best workmen and gates. On the signing both tho Declaration of Instand used In examined carefully beforo It Is shipped, with lho dependence and tho constitution. following words In largo letters round in tho rear portion of tho main lobby of tho state It, viz.: houso Is tho Liberty bell, useless except as a sacred Assembly of the Provlnco of "Ily order of tho la suspended upon the Pennsylvania, for tho Stato Houao In tho City of memorial ot tho past. It same framowork ot timbers which formerly held Philadelphia. 1752.' It in place In tho tower, but which now rests on "And undorneath, tho floor. Passing up tho grand stairway, somo ot "'Proclaim Liberty Through All tho Lnnd to tho most noteworthy portraits In tho collection aro All tho Inhabitants Thereof. Levlt., 25:10.'" found upon Its walls. Among them aro thoso of This bell duly arrived beforo tho end ot that Washington, Lafayette, William Pcnn, Louis XVI., 763, tt cracked. It was at first year, but In March, J Georgo III., and Gov. James Hamilton, tho figures determined to send It back to England to bo rebeing of full length and heroic slio. decast, but two artlaana, named I'aas and Stow, The Long room, or Ilanquotlng hall. In (ho secclared that thoy could recast It, and thoy did so. ond story, contains a sofa, chair and adding somo copper alloy to Improro tho quality used by George Washington, tho last mentioned In of tho metal. Tho enterprise proved a succoas, Christ church; West's painting ot tho excopt that tho tono of tho bell was not entlroly scene at elm tree, portraits ot satisfactory. Pass and Stow wero unmercifully Mnrtha Washington, tho Urltlah sovereigns ot the teased In public on tho scoro of having used too soventcenth and eighteenth centuries from nnd Inmuch alloy. They naked and obtained tho prlvl-leg- o cluding Charles II. to Georgo II., and many notables, ot again recasting tho bell. Tho result ot both civil and military, of tho revolutionary porlod. this second attempt of Its kind In America was Tho two other rooms on this floor aro similarly tho historic tocsin which 23 years later was litenriched. erally to "proclaim liberty throughout tho land." Another boll was also ordered from Kngland by tho assembly, but It did not tako tho place ot tho Betsey Ross and the Rejected Flag American bell until the latter was cracked again in 1S35, whllo being tolled on tho occasion of the We often read and bear tho statement: "It Is to death of Chief Justice Marshall. bo regretted that many of tho faaclnatlng narraIn 17C7 camo tho ngltntlon.ovcr the tax on tea tives of our colonial history are born of ImaginaJohn Dickintion, and among thoso aro favorlto stories, such as: nnd other Imported commodities. "Captain John Smith's ndventuro with tho Indison's totters of n "Knrmor" rubbed this nnd other ans, Putnam's famous rldo, Betsey Ross and our object lessons, stupidly given by tho Urltlah ministry, deep Into men's minds. Tho net was refirst flag, and Uarbara Krletchle at Kredorlcks-town.- " pealed In 1777, except In so far na It related to tea. There Is abundance of proof extended to verify fight in that Uetsey Hoas lived, and that she was emWhen nows ot tho Lexington-Concorployed by tho continental congress to manufacture April, 1775, arrived, the bell in tho state houao Hags, tho government archives bear witness. stcoplo again called 8,000 people together, and Ilotsey Koss' flag was drat rejected and some they unanimously ngrecd to defend with their timo later accepted. arms, their lives, liberty nnd property. Tho cliDctsoy Uoss attended Christ church, Philadelmax of tho first period of tho strugglo was fast npproachlng, The second continental congress phia, and the pew in which sho worshipod was met In tho stato house on May 10, 1775, the Pronext to tho ono occupied by Washington, and her vincial assembly having yleldod to It tho cham-bo- r pew Is marked by a brass plato bearing these that was ever after to bo sanctified by Its words: "In this pow worshiped Uetsey Hobs, who labors. In June, 1778, began tho debating of the made the first flag." question ot independence-- Tho preliminary resoOt late years tho Journals, magazines, and school lution proposed by Illchnrd Henry Loo of Virhistories our country have callod attention to the ginia, declaring that tho colonics "aro of right origin of our national flag as having been sugnnd ought to be freo and Independent states," was gested by tho family arms of the Washlngtons. adopted In committee on tho night of Juno 10, This supposition comes from Martin Tupper, an but It waa not until Juno 28 that tho draft of the eminent Kngllsh poet and llteratour. His first Declaration of Independence wassubmlttod to conreference to our flag In this connection was made gress. On July 1 cougress adopted tho resolupublic 1th the fall of 1S50. The announcement did tion, and that day and tho threo following wure not rocvlvo serious consideration until at a publlo devoted to discussion In commltteo ot tho wholo banquet glvon in America. At this dinner, hold In of tho Declaration itself. It was passed on the tho city of Baltimore, the Idea was heralded to the evening ot tho Kourth, world that tho stare and stripes had their origin In Not until August 2 was tho Declaration of Intho heraldic symbols ot tho Washington family. well-shape- d pew-benc- h troaty-ma-kintho-gTe- nt . contains. flarble and Granite flonuments CURDINO, HICKflAN, STONB WORK : : f all klndi, IRON FENCINO. KENTUCKY Davidson & Stubbs Meet Your Friends -a- t-: ; Lauderdale's Hot and coll In Hickman. baths) eleotrlo lights and flfi. hydraulic ohalra and ererjlhlog for comfort. DENTISTS. OFFICES: HloVman, Ky. Over CowglU'a drug Tonsorial Parlors Bast Gliuton Street, Hickman, Ky. Next door to Jones' Cafe. LAND Casli Book Store FOR SALE building. Tcnn. a lore. 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JOB PRINTING t . .. dua of printing, .b fisai.. sal. bills, sutem.au. dodgeri. cards. tc, all rocflvs tk aune careful treitaabt ju.i lima vciiei iu4u csu nccesMrjr. rrompi c.iiv.ry always. can oo tfut class We can do the sad we 1 jfefc A & jaB REO-Cow- WEEK'S fm LOCAL HISTORY Cut the weeds I Mrs. Jas. Kirk is taij Thirsty? REO is what you need. Order the Courier today. lo bequte sick. No paper July 8th. Chester Bondurant spent Friday Guaranteed Pants at Rice's Shoe Guy Jchnson is In Union City. Store. Store. Fourth of July celebrations next today, C. H. Moore wants your grocery T. T. Swayne was in Union City week. Motion pictures every night at the Friday on business. trade. Lyrjc. Jas. C. Newton sells goods for RuX-'ciirM- sr-4 Moving John Hagan spent a few days last cash or produce. Everything In groceries Betters-wort- h LYRIC. pleturei every night at the v week with homefolks. & Prather. Four children were buried at Groceries and meal. C. II. We need a general cleaning up of Columbus, Sunday. Y lh U' Judge B. T. Davis was In Cory-do- n Moore. City relatives. the streets and alleys. Ky., on business this week. Jas. C. Newton nclU "Wlberlno" Steam fixtures of all kinds at CotThe best coffee in the Miss Ruth Kimbro spent a few con I oil n Rood gmilo. H. A. Scales, of Union City, visit- ton & Adams. 20c a pound. We car, pro0;'4'6' days last week at Moscow. ed B. Parham and wife, Sunday. Cowgill's Drug Store is the only Bettersworth & Mrs. S. N. Sweeney is suffering Farther Bryant Cox spent Sunday in the place you can get REO. A chdice line of bottled and can- with rhumatism. Deputy Sheriff J h s:n E. Fuqua and family. city with J. Telephone that grocery order to two small houses ned goods at Bettersworth & PrattlMrs. W. J. Cook is able to be up '! arj & Prather. er's. Hickman today We make a specialty of metal Bettersworth again after two weeks Illness. & W. A. Johnston has been on the Don't forget the educational RalLet C. H. Moore fill that grocery roofing. See us about it. Cotton sick list for several days. ly Day at Hickman next Wednes Adams. urVtsoLrr;;;v-- fs order. Satisfaction guaranteed. day. The Courier can find a buyer for donated to Best heart shingles, SI a thousHave Do you wear pants? We sell good, easy shoes at a Schmidt, the tailor, to rriJke them. and. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., your real estate. See us. t good, easy price. Rice's Shoe Hickman. Five gallons White Rose gasoline The river fell ai A i Dr. McKeel, of Mayfield, is the Store. Ihls place In the FJlt c k'fl Mrs. Chester Bondurant and Miss $1, at Courier office. Its pure. guest of D. B. Wilson and family. Have you ever tried the genuine I have a good mower for sale Nell Bondurant spent Tuesday In n '7 ',rt' Call for REO. You'll like it betDutch Tea Rusk? Ask C. H. Moore The best place to send your laun- Union City. 9 IncheJ cheap. Only been used two years. ter than anything you ever tasted. about it. dry is Rice's Shoe Store. Collars C. L. Rose. 5p Meet me at Nay! r s t' r FrUi? FOR SALE i Thoroughbred Pole s job, let If you want a 2c each. Miss Flossie Winter, of Fulton, Tuesday " Circuit Clerk Morris left calf, 8 months old. See R. L. Sal- Schmidt the Tailor, do your work. and Saturday, Jan? 5 36 is visiting Mrs. Dr. Winter, in West Something new every day at Nay- low Hickman, route 4. There are lots of Kd id for Dawson Springs, where he will Hickman. Commelor's. Do you watch their show right prices in store t.r ;j The spend a week. Miss Estelle Reneau left Monday rcial-Appeal Courier and the weekly windows. H. A. Bowman Sample, of Memone year for $1.25. will Henry Sanger an 1 .e ,fl.,fctJ Suits cleaned and pressed phone for Knoxville, Tenn., where she phis, was the guest of Miss Annie Clarence Corum delivers the Com- attend summer school. No. 84. Work collected and deliverCypress Shingles, $1 a thousand. to Hickman yester, after tti. Cowgill last week. and mercial Appeal, ed in the city. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Hick- ing ten days In the rr. z'ta reiau List your real estate property with Nashville American. of Tennessee on a wllrg tr,p, The first car of watermelons for Rev. Marvin Harris, well known If we don't sell it, it man, Ky, the Courier. this season arrived on 'the Hickman There's not a drug or medicine doesn't cost you a cent. here, is conducting a revival at "Magnolia" garden L::e, i t Mrs. Bemie Hughes visited her market yesterday. want that cannot be satisfied at and guaranteed for r.e ynt R,p! Princeton, Mo. A woman without wrinkles on her brother, Melton Jones, In Mayfield & Ellison's Drug Store. Helm See Clarence Corum for jjttuo tjt d it.:, cr ipem Mrs. R. M. Metheny has returnbrow seldom knows much of the real this week. Post Dispatch and Pay cash for Ice Coupon Books price nowl2 -l- f:;&A4sa. ed home from Cairo, after a visit joys or sorrows of life. There are 798 Rural Routes in Nashville American. and save ten per cent on your ice with her son, .Henry. The city dads at at pr ptftr Coin minted from the tears of Kentucky. Fulton county has about account. Hickman Ice & Coil Co. Ladies tailored suits and skirts owners should bear Mrs. B. Parham and Wm. Par-hawidows and orphans will never pur- ten of them. n;rJibca pressed called for and delivered. Pastor M. L. Blaney will preach chase a ticket to heaven. of "J.r fetst." tt visited Mrs. Sue Maddox, at FOR SALE: A good bugpy excellent crop Phone 84 Schmidt. at Mr. Blakeman s residence in East about ready to har.et', ud (tt State Line, last week. and harness, bee Willie Amberg returned Tuesday, mare, buggy Hickman tomorrow night at 8:00 busy. FOR SALE Bank or office Chas. H. Scates, of Union City, p. m. from Nashville, where he has been John Kirkindall. in good condition. A bargain Judge Naylor te!.sv.i that scfi is visiting his grandparents, B. ParVanderbilt College. Miss Bonnie Carpeneer was the if taken at once. Hickman Bank. set of Rogers, attending Sec that bridge Is being built r.nr ham and wife, this week. 2tfc. Sam and P. H. Gouger are finish- euest of Miss Hester Brittaln, at Choate's farm and Silverware to be GIVEN AWAY at tut ittrt ...te A. S. Barkett, the West Hickman J. E. Naylor & Co. Saturday, June ing up a nice residence in Fulton last Friday. no crossing there tenrrnw rj SaNaylor's Book & Novelty Store is making some close 26. West Hickman for L. D. Perry. Mrs. John F. Holt died at Duke- - turday. has just received an enormous lot of merchant, prices. Look up his big ad.' china ware, bee the show windows Miss Ira and Milton Spradlin, of dom, Wednesday, of consumption On Thursday night of last week, FOR SALE: Fo r cf eD:rx Mrs. Conrane and son and Miss at the Oklahoma City, are the guests of She was 46 years old. boars. If you are !re'lg trd Wonder who is going to get that Lucile Robbins, of New Madrid, are a few young folks danced home of Miss Irene Faris. Apricot their grandmother, Mrs. I. D. Price. Giles Bond returned to Chatta- hogs, this is a gj.d c-u set of Rogers' Silverware to be given the guests of Mrs. A. A. Faris. ry, ices were served. I! icia, away at Naylor s Saturday, June 26 the nooga, Saturday, after spending a change. Price If you get a sample copy of Ky., Route 4. Jp 3 p. m? Jim Swimm, of Mengel Box ComJust speak of cold, refreshing Courier its an invitation to subscribe, a few days in this city. pany, Louisville, is here- - for a few soda these warm days, and doesn't Commercial-Appea- l It seems to us that the present and Courier one Marriage license nt uut) ti The complete toilet has just a & Ellison's year for $1.25 session of Congress is costing a dum Garfield Dunning, of Arctt'iJ. dainty spray of Helm & Ellison's weeks inspecting lumber for their every one think of Helm plants. fountain there a a reason. Ills., and Mrs Cera McC.ru. nice perfume nothing could be Gus Alexander and Tom French sight more than it is worth. Why tot read the Commercial-Appea- l You will save money on your bill left Friday night for Roanoke, Va., more complete. John Newman, a merchant at They were married at the C..1 when it only costs 15c a week of shingles by buying direct from after a few days' visit tb home folks Boat, has been served with 18 war House, June 14. Full size glass Tumblers, plain delivered. Nashville American, 10c our mill. See or write us. Yates and friends here. rants .charging him with selling E. T. Mills, if Oakt;t, acJ M:a and assorted designs going at 25c & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky, Gussie Shadwick, vrre nirntj a per set Friday and Saturday at a week. The average man Is willing to sign liquor. L. K. Nagel, of Columbus, and Naylor's Store. William Jennings Bryan has an Hickman yesterday Mr M..iu Ice Tea almost any kind of a petition, so Large size E.'h are tH Miss Allie Lunsford, of Union City, Glasses, plain and assorted designs brig as it does not interfere with his nounced himself as a candidate for a saw mill man E. C. Davis, of Grand Rapids, were married in Union City, June at 50c per set, Friday and Saturday personal liberty. United States senator from Ne known in Hickman c;jnty Mich., lumber salesman for the at Naylor s Store, bee snow win Mengel Box Company, spent a few the 10th. Next Monday, Tuesday Mrs. Hardy Liggon and children braska. Little Mary B. Parham returned dows. Managers Dilba & Us c5 days here this week. George Freeman, a condemned have returned to Union City, after home Monday from a visit in Cairo, We are oavine vou the cost of a pleasant visit to ber father, J. J. negro murderer, in the county jail the Lyric patrons s re hveijr Don't always be at the mercy of and comedy Tcey ui hue at Paducah, will be banged rrlday, your land lord. Let the Hickman and was accompanied by Lucile collection, by selling an Ice Coupon C. Bondurant and family. with them the Ed DrtJ ri.s C. , Book at a ten per cent discount from June 25. Courier Realty Co., sell you a lot Metheny. Commodore Brann.wife andchil cf NeTuSi," "Red H. M. DeGraffenreid and Miss the face, for cash. Hickman ice & dren, of Fulton, drove over Sunday at SI a week. Its easy. The Steamer "Liberty,, under its staring prices. he Popular Coal Co, and visited Miss Ivey DeBow. Mrs new management, is doing a nice The more sense you use in buying Margaret Knott, two Union City cfwhfita Thousands of ei business. This boat rightly con Mrs. Nannie Beale and son, Har Brann is spending the week here. paints the fewer dollars it will take people, were married in bt. Louis, June 9th. ducted is a great benefit to Hickman. this vicinity have been taiJ ry, of Louisville, arrived in Hick The sensible paint is B. P. S. Paint baby of Ord The Ing the past ten days, ard 'tresLaf When your prescription has been man on the Peters Lee, Tuesday, Lamb, near State Line, died yester sold by Helm & Ellison. Misses Estelle Reneau and Cecil The U.ratie filled at Helm & Ellison's, you need and will visit Mrs. Virginia Beale day and was buried at Poplar Grove Barnes, Messrs. Arthur Hale and will begin soon "Special Bargains" in store for kt t weather of the put to and son, Tyler, several days. nave no tear ; the quality and chemi Summer complaint ciused death Swayne Walker, of Hickman, visited made the crop proiprcts very nacs Friday and Saturday at Naylor's We hove just received a large as Fulton brighter both cotton acJ corn kitsee their show windows. Remera cals are right. Oscar Beckham spent several days Miss Mary Kelly last week Ice Coupon Books charged to ac sortment of Enamel Ware which we In Hickman last week. Mr. Beck Commercial. ber coupons given with every Sc ing come out of the "K.-k- "' to i apcount will be at a face value. No are going to put on sale Friday and ham was formerly a resident of this purchase. Henry McMullln's new residence prising degree. Saturday. See our show windows. city, Miss Fredrica Peacock, of Tipton discount allowed only for cash. but is now employed as a mil is going right up. G. L. Collins has Col. H. Buchanan anJ We Naylor's Book & Novelty store. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Milling Co. charge of the work, assisted by leave next week for Jtbec, ville, and P. H. Bailey, were united ler by Dahnke-WalkThere is some complaint about the in Union City. In marriage in that city Tuesday. Kobt. Carpenter, Jno. Wright and You'll do yourself a favor if you and other poirJs in CauJi, Mr. Bailey and wife will reside in insist on B. P. S. Paint. It means old mill building near the boat land Mr. Campbell. where tbey will spend the uostr. Marshal Dillon received word yes New Mexico. fewer gallons and longer wear. log being a nusiance. They say it terday from Wickliffe to watch for reports are to the ef They will be gone ur.li. Sept. 1. TH is a den for and other to Sold only by Helm & Ellison. the body of a man drowned in the feet that the railroad company will Colonel and his good w.fe John Creed was in town Saturday. nuisances. Why not tear it down? good time, and ef coot Miss Josephine Hamlett spent the Mr. Creed happened to a serious ac river at that place. The man was soon begin stopping their trains in having a t" We can not vouch will be found in th fr r.t rj cident recently, but he told the first ot the week with her sister, Un Friday night of last week, a riding a mule when the bank caved East Hickman. social galaxy of the A'.ar!:: Courier man that he would begin Mrs. W. J. Cook, returning to her number of young folks anjoyed a In drowning both. A reward is of for the truth of this report. home at Water valley, Tuesday. dance at the home of Miss Irene fered for the body. buying wheat right away. Remember, when you get a blue J. W. Ward enfrtaned to Miss Lillian Leach and ". On Wednesday of last week, Mrs. mark on the corner of your paper or his brothers last week J Services at the Episcopal church Faris. Joe Munday delivered a lecture at ..... we wirl. the court house luesday evening to on the second and fourth Sundays in Miss Pauline Beckman, of Cape Gi F. S. Moore entertained the euchre a postal calling attention to your 01 Milan, rr lenn.i There suDscriptton to this paper expiring of Oklahoma. The umm mb a audience of adout 100 men. His each month. Rev. C. L. Price, of rardeau, and Gus Alexander, were club at morning euchre. guests. were five tables, and much interest mat u win stop the following week. was supposed to hav teea dtaJ.u talk was to "men only,'' and those Fulton, will conduct the, services. present pronounce it one of the the two former brothers had Regular services al the Baptist manifested in the progressive games. No exceptions to this rule. FOR SALE Thoroughbred Rhode years ago and t" ever delivered in finest lectures church bunday, by Kev. lurking. Refreshments of cream and cake Mrs. Katherine Ctemmens Gould, trace of him nine Island Keds eggs (15) for setting, ton. Subjects : Morning service Uf course Ue dead h were served. Hickman. of New York City, spends 540.000 oae. $1.00. Splendid layers Mrs. G. "The Apprehension of Christ.' surprise was a very pleasant u Dr. John L Dismukes, one of the to $45,000 a yeat on dress, considers Wright Hopkins, age 30 yeart, B. Threlkeld, State Line, Ky. deceas-- J brother Evening "Christ's Company." most prominent surgeons of Western it a disgrace to wear the same cos- The supposed living at James iJayou died luesday cf the wen. everybody invited. Kentucky, died at Paducah, Wed tume twice, blows in otherwise about prosperous farmer of abcess of the brain. He leaves C. E. Brown and wife and S. B. burial was 5100,000 a year, and spends S500 Harry English shot a man on Is nesday. A military g wife and one child, and is survived Mwn p The by his father, Dave Hopkins, and Brown and wife, who have been visit- land 3 Monday and ran away with given the deceased, under command at a clip for silk stockings. After near the depot, is irB Brown J. other relatives. He was in the em ing thisR.vicinity, and other relatives the victim s wife, according to re of Gen. H. A Tyler, of this city, at all, Hickman wives are not expen- tended, and much ir -- re.t nai in left yesterday for ports received by Marshal Dillon. Mayfield, Friday. lj sive. ploy of the Mengel Box Co., and was ed. W. L. Sulhvan, former their home in rioc-artUkla. English and the absconding wife are well known nere. Ths'Hickman, Ky., Courier cele The beef trust, the tobacco trust. this city, and now of bring coupons last week, the whiskey trust, the sugar trust, lng the preaching, brated its fnl. MrD. Fereuson. Slate Rail byBe sure toSaturdayyour they 111 in wanted by the authorities. : ? or 3. p. m. be Willie Roberts, a seventeen-yea- r and as a birthday present installed tht lumber trust and every other local pastors. Stan J. the road Commissioner from this district at 5 void. Everyone should bring what old negro girl, was placed in jail at a linotype type setting machine. trust has triumphed over the people been at a premium f:r died Thursday afternoon as a smalt amount may nights and the presrd Union city last baturday charged The Courier is one of our most In the Congress of the United o'clock at his residence two miles they have get the silverware absolutely tree, with the murder of her iliigitimate valued exchanges, and we hope it but the next congressional States, parity (500) will have tJ be inerejj west of LaCenter, in Ballard counelection Store. to take care of M croJ; child. The girl confessed to the will live to celebrate its centennial will show that body Republican again ty on the Wickliffe road. The cause at Naylor i ,i in this work are iw.te4w J. P. Cuslck returned from St. ctime, saying she cast the infant in- with even more prosperity along the by a good majority, thus recalling of his death was diabetis aggrevated night, that truism once spoken by old man attend j services every by an attack of malarial fever, from Louis Sunday, where he took his to an abandoned well following its way than it has yet encountered. oM" Barnumi "The American people (Mo.) Courier. Maude, to be ope rat birth on Monday night. Charleston which he bad been suffering for ten daughter, Miss H. Marshall. love to be humbugged." ed on for tumor. She stood the comn'tee a days. On Wednesday evening of last A number of young folks enjoyed Fourth of July Ccur e operation well, and it is hoped will On Tuesday evenlne. alareenum City, telephones the Mix Pauline Beckman, of Cape be able to return home in a short week, Misses Pauline Beckman, of a party on Wednesday evening of last 'he K Cape Girardeau, and Liverne Cheek, week at the home of Mist Florence ber of the married folks and young $10 cash will be gwen Girardeau, and Liverne Cheek, of time. ., of Fulton, were the honorees of a Barry. Each young lady was re loins cujoycu a aance given at the decorated, automobile Fulton, were the honorees of a deEllison Bros, start their big "Red party given by Miss Lillian Choate. quested to bring a sample of the Hale building just west of the ooit. county ex'hibltedat party given on Friday lightful lawn bet ' evening, of last week at the home Letter" sale next Saturday, and Although the weather was rainy and dress she wore. The boys drew office. The dances were enjoyed 3rd, also $5 for second The ton county has a n J4rt0carrr of Miss Rose Campbell. The large will offer some of the greatest bar- bad, a large crowd assembled at one of these samples, and had for until the wee small hours. guests were Miss Lucile chines and someone ! ;fyprt. lawn was made light as day with gains ever offered in this part of the their pretty country home, and his partner the girl who wore a dress Japanese lanterns, and comfortable state. Being overstocked on Spring the evening was enjoyably spent. like the sample. The girls in turn Robbins, of New Madrid, Miss Lil off this prise. ian Leach, of Wineo. Miss Pauline have arranged an with cozy nooks and corners. As and Summer goods, they will make Punch was served in the library as made pencil sketches ot their part tMii were serv- astonishing prices in order to close the guests arrived. Vocal and ners, the comical sketches affording Beckman, of Cape Girardeau, Jram and we recommend the guests arrived, they merriment. Refreshments of Messrs. Vernon Verhlne. Will Flack go to Union City and celebrate stock, See their instrumental music was much enjoymuch ed punch, aod later refreshments out the surplus and Walker Martin, of Union City. Fourth. ed. Cream and cake were served. cream and cake were served. big ad in this issue. of cream ad cake. Adams. Monday was the longest day of the year. REO best drink on the market Cowgill's. W. C. Bowden Is on the sick list this week. Change of Program every night at the Lyric. Mrs. Jas. Davis, of West Hickman, is quite sick. Miss Annie Cowgill has been on the sick list this week. S. N. Sweeney is able to be up after several days sickness. If its plumbing. Cotton & Adams can do the job. Prices right. J. V. Overton was the guest of Jas. Housley and wife last week. Dry Batteries at Cotton Tent meeting near the depot. glll's Drug Drink " fi..J VfcJ? iha; first-clas- th-- Post-Dispat- tt m 1 1 fix-tur- five-roo- m -- -- H-- Wei-da- vaaie-vlll- e ld er Most-re- Semi-offici- crap-shoote- rs le Kr -9 ''",,. , a''S WJ i. ie'try "TC out-of-to- ThUiCgP HALF A CENTURY OLD BUT STLL GROWING. WE BAT 'EM OUT ON BIG CIRCULATION A BLUR MARK THE HICKMAN COURIER. y TOW HERE mean thnt ynnr ntl rrlptlon ha expired. Renew promptly if yon want the pxipr toromt to you After tlita month , caw Ant FuM Commercial Wagon up the Hill ot Success. The Courier has a Spanktn' Good Team, Grease the Axles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch C8TABMBHED IH THE TEAR Up O .51 fifEB i so. ni "r.rr.M a "" KENTUCKY HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1909. WISDOM OF THE AN0IENT8. whole HO.a n:i lHflll Mdinet THE WIFE'S i SACRED YO- UWant the beit golpg, don't you? And when you want Soda Water, you want the service juit right. And on these two points we are trying to get a share of your business. Everything at our fountain (s juit exactly like you want It. The fruits and syrups are the bett the market affords, and the service Is unexcelled, Byron William. Pure Goods AND ECONOMY. e out. ' exhamted, M; r st !oiit r r polatoe, fruit VI, c !"! I S down "ays "0t T wore, bT Mar!ir I'm now, ' Low Prices This has ever been our aim as these two conditions cover every successful feature of any kind of a business, but especially the drug dusiness. Low prices alone is sufficient to attract a large trade. We realize that and with Pure Goods hold our trade. 1 IP , ,1 ti 1 nnea meiUr." dead-ripe- ) rr,c you added, too not forgotten), tnttr, HI. If are tlhtly rot- good In town, beat II. r "t Arl t , - I a u,rs BO I'll bet e ...ik an'l ee why on - natttf al III Ait v K aa I ts ... .ii ik. .iiirr ih.t'a The Hickman Drug Co., Incorporated eree at a local football match he saved his Insurance company something by thoughtfully donning his pageantry coatume. April Footed. ZJttU Johnny placed hi 'hat Over a convenient brick; Placed It there uppolns that Bom on foollihly would kick. Deep In the holiest depth of hli heart. Years add their blush to the cheeka that you love; Sacred to Time and a torch to his Time merely ripens the Hps you feet, have pretied; Dwells In the Innermost shrine of a Cycles bring only the love light you man cherish Love of a woman Deep In the eyn of the face He has and tweet. bleated! Love of a woman who, mayhap, was fair-L- ove Artists with canvas can never paint portraits does not ace with the eye of a Such as we hang at the fount of our aeer. love. 8anctlfled one at the fountain of lift, Living or dead, you are glorified Only the depths of our heart can produce them, herel Only the hues In the Heaven abovel Johnny's father puaed anon When hta mind wa wandering; Thus he chanced to atep upon Johnny's hat and wreck the thing. At Ms dtak next day In school; Though he cunningly had planned, Johnny waa the April fool. When DIokics was asked to bo ref- ,vl. I I. bound to Itilt Ivj-O- Jitii tc i t f " gdi la "" r wtoi, Diamra . Cupboards. M M."-.c- cj;bf4fil i o a I NMce llttln o.crn farm, located No. contrnat to ono ta north of tiorrna. Mo. llanewS mile nerea Iwhlnd Irveo. tcr touri upooaru. mom boute, locatwl yenn ilea1eiiel, 11partly I boy compoMiinns In cultlatlon, . ii n t fenenl, l'lwi will bear rloi liupff lion. Tire r vc-- y many different I', cf r The word oris Urr r;;b:nl," s e ''' of a rrre; Hubbard wont to probably openc-mr looa, cnnra a For ternil, call on or Farms For Sale othr Mm I Tli or - Infortunium Hickman Courier V Uttl Johnny had Helm & Ellison to stand 'HUM III Ml' H I I I' In rt I; i ia!e of old furniture a was displayed, of Kng- k t:4 r.ior'itlon. doubtless. Icsd f te fcr two Inchrf, and was Thr entire front waa ttt f and a Ionic pan- '.tltzi t '"-rf' bore tho quaint "i cttu and Hate Vice a!t a ih;r j ilra'Scd a board on which cups city property: tCr.ard i Pf cupboard waa for Ihn houtn- Tb ! Jr" Cupboard prob- ct-- j i to the Kronen ' t mi ns ahort; for thla II' :"fI l :nhe'ne oia lainionivi ordinary llrerr u 'Sir ono rommonly In isJ r:l ai rpen center with rrsh air lo tho food. It' i - lUlarly common In !'r ti waa tho cupboard licsitr t',tt ' a d on called a aafo. if 3 - - the oddi and enda tri i - t a he preceding meal. be cty d'jhes Thla waa rii. t ti aVc when the only oth- l.it t.i ( i wai the cellar, with 'a cVk Iti Inconrcnlenco, c . t.ir.-- " ard rontaltifd tho r". " 1 ul (e- -. ne ir.oney S?e on your bill r write Eik Sh.:g AT L? , Hickman, Ky. COUNTER. ui. Yatci THE LUNCH prcf 'iz-- r U.rconi, nearly new, No. 17 A irooil frame houie and two lote IMiin fret. Two from tiuitneii part of town. All Look In the mirror of telfl Ah, no blorki needed linpruteinvnt, A ranking' aix! prouxttlon for tba man who wanlt a nlrw other lltle Inline. Iart cnin. tlane reiuonable Dwells In ourhearts as the picture of length of time. mother! No.U. TIib John Kl.lnrr liouti and lot In Vrtl lllrkinan. Krrjnne know, t bl a plara. We ar prepared lo quote on a good price. No. H lool liou.e. alwut 1 acre of urouml, elelern, out tKilldlns anil otbar Improvrinentt. Hliort illttance from lllekman Villrv. A nice little borne It takftoiily ll.liueaah toKft It. Owner doe not He bere and will ll at a bis Inuai the tired will .bow. daelllnir bou.e and No. Ml New younic two acre of around. orchard, iron. I rUtern and other I in limit. Juttea.i of citytht office.Will ell atntrvalu. Inquire at 1 nm prepared to do Painting and Paper HangNo. t7 Thlt lot Inrlude bou.e and lota style and I put a positive ing in most Houtearnllconipara-tlvel- y In We.t Hickman. new and contain S or four room. guarantee on all my work. I have the celebratMttly locate.! for pM'P'e who work at the factory. Any boue and lot, Includlnir all ed Jas. Davis line of Wall Paper Samples and Iniproreuienl. may be purchaed at balanre time. Iay my prices are the lowest. Estimates cheerfully HTOdown and let the money you are paling out a rent ito toward purchaalne a borne, furnished. Telephone TbI proportion will lieopen only a limited time. No, fV We buna limited uumbrrof large level lot In West lllcknmn thnt may be plan purrhiued on the Hrlter than puttlne money In the Innk. un thl plan you can own n lot anil hardly ml If the money. Iluy one ami build a home. toyou are pejlnn rent, Heller Investigate Clarence Co rum delivers the ComFOR SALE s Thoroughbred Pole day. and calf, 8 months old. See R. L. Bal-lo- mercial Appeal, TbI prorxoltlon Include two nice, No. In Nashville American. little frame re.ldeure. Iwth new.over-no-Weal Hickman, route 4. Hickman, llolli are out of thn dUtrlcl high and dry. Kaeli rrddence ha "Magnolia" garden hose, If you get a sample copy of the three room, water work, and are convenient to town. Kltber of the residence will Courier its an invitation to subscribe. and guaranteed for one year. Regut aold for in) or loth for I7mi- - If purchaser retldence, which I Commercial-Appea- l want another and Courier one lar price 15c a foot; cur special located neit lotbl property, will sell the Cotton & Adams. price now 12 year for S1.2S at lliM. TbeM price are cab. three Hog Wallow News. A Great Attraction. Clarence Urmy, tho poet of San It is not so far to the creek when Jose, was praising California wine. "A New Yorker visited tne the other the water Is up. day," said Mr. Urmy, "and I opened Jefferson Pollocks will begin next a bottle of our native champagne. The week the task of whitewashi 9; his man waa delighted. " Why, If they had this stuff !n the woodpile. Look In the mirror of self! Ah, no east,' he said, holding his glass to the Clad Hancock has been complainother light, 'they'd run excursions to it.'" ing of an itching in nis throat, and Dwells In our hearts as the picture of has been scratching' It by eating mother! How Could She? cockleburrs. if Painting and Paper Hanging up-to-da- te ill-roo- prove-meu- u. 128. w Post-Dispat- CM w ItA beckoned to the wait- h? itld. "pardon me. IImhi ask If j au tan tell aio tho preace bc'wfca whUky and tnllk?- io set conundruma to-I . m; Ur cclilJy m P t!r" aniwered the wnJlor araln." rejoined VV W afasmi 'V . TJ mm H am arm a Buum A I tvin nior ah, exact alatement, put I'Wrrou:e form, tf you please, dentins yerlfy" "tiliroyia drUIn' at?" lUinioMl-afclconclusion. May I r mm ir you are awaro of tho WUl particular th .Inn.ln.i.l fTWerlitlc to phrase It a trifle more 'J ina uaanaiguomly, In which I ucohollc brc-acommonly de-Whltkv lUffKr.nll.ln. It. .If e w tt Thlt It not a conundrum. lha tt I" 8J It uila, snd aay It alow." " " PPareat. y0uni woman, that Job I kE0. ti th8 profM,ort Woalsf .be .chola.tio and do--:' to the rutllmentary. "I will Tbe la that ln;r.,r ith ago. and milk ,our- - i " ,:u you PP (hi . Uo.V fill. i'r ' dlirt-renc- lacteal fluid unlrersally ,h muscular aa mllkr ;I Fourth of July UNION CITY SATURDAY, JULY PWjrj FI Kt r- k'2d-- r.. .w . ,ke M. .... It "mar back and wblsklng so, in- - I3..,. i 31909 He (rhspsodlcally) I adore everyMiss Hostetter Hocks went to thing that la grand, exquisite, t. I love the peerless, the Tickville yesterday with her accord-iaserene, the perfect In life. Ellick Helwanger accompanied She (blushing coyly) Oh, George! her on the fiddle. bow can I refuse you when you put In order to hold the attention of It so beautifully T his congreation the Dog Hill preacher has placed an empty jug on the Tit for Tat. Jones Well, you and I won't be wall at the back of the. pulpit. aelghbors much longer. I'm going to Tobe Mosely has been .confined to live In a better locality. his front porch with a severe headSmith So am, I. Jones What! Are you going to ache since being serenaded by the Excelsior Fiddling band last night. move toot Smith No; I'm going to stay here. Fletcher Henstep says he shot a squirrel Tuesday that was setting on Had His Own Views. Passenger Agent Here are some a limb nearly a mile away, and has postcard views along our line of rail- been presented with two large tin badges one for the excellent shot road. Would you like thorn? Patron No, think you. I rode over and the other for the magnificent the line one day last week and have lie. views of my own on It A large yellow mule attached to a cart occupied exclusively by JefferHospitable. son Pdtlocks ran away Wednesday. She And did you enjoy your Afrunaway was headed toward rican trip, major! How do you Ilka The Rye Straw, and might have resulted the savngcsT disastrously had not Jefferson hastenHe Ob, they were extremely They wanted to keep me ed on ahead here and there and let down the fences. there for dinner. Washington Hocks has been suffer ing from distress for the past few days as four honey bees are missing from his swarm. He followed them as far as Ganden creek, but could I hear of them no further. He will a .a.j.vju J search all the bee hives on Musket Ridge next week. 8.30 a. ra. Band concert in City Parle. FOR SALE: 2 sows and 5 shoats. 9.30 a. m. Athletic contests, J. C. Norton. 10.30 a. m. Parade to FairGrounds Survey in Miss. County. Prizes will be given for The commencement of surveying (1) Best couple 00 horseback. the proposed new electric Interurban (2) Best decotated vehicle or float railrway through Southern Missouri of any description. and Northwestern Arkansas will be (3) Most comical feature. soon, according to the latest reports. Girl in best character costume. (4) Tne engineers 111 begin their work (5) Boy in best character costume. at Charleston and survey the several (6) Best group in character coslines out of that place. When this tume. city Is reached another another 1.00 p. m. Band conceit. center of opertion will be established p. m. Athletic and comical 1.30 here and the surveys to Arkansas feature? will be made from this city. Poplar Foot race. (1) Bluff Republican. Shoe race. (2) 1 super-eminen- n. ! 1 4 31 kind-hearte- -- otc rm a ivr n.4.!i"",, , ,,le lr. . 'uu By ' 1 7, " ul tort," solllcxiuUed hM 00 I slaw- Whit u.c 181 Itto f "r ... 1 '" Meet your friends and enjoy one of the most extensive and magnificent Independence Day programs you have ever seen. Fas, tt punt en" of ' t. wa"t to know I could take "vu wuuoui un- " '"""Khtlees H iu tt":-u- ' 11 "laue on ius and I am sorry sorry, 0f See the Baseball Game Fulton vs. Union City race. Fat man's race weighs 200 lbs. or over. (5) Greased pig catching contest. Greased pole climbing contest. (6) Racing 2.30 p. m dash. Pacing race, half-mil- e (1) dash. Tiotting race, half-mil- e (2) Fast mule race. (3) Running race, one mile. (4) (5) Slow mule race. Automobile race, five miles. (6) 4 30 p. m Baseball game. 8.00 p. m. Band concert hi City (3) (4) Three-legged Ice Coupon Books charged to account will be at a face value. No discount allowed only tor cash. Hickman Ice & Coal Co, Moving pictures every night LYRIC. at the 'wmansisl VnvWIIIII l7'yourYTUUsUI H1DESFURS Ittsu ax. Glasroo. Golden Seal, (Yellow Root), etc. We are sKSlcrs, and ca ao etiicr tor you than agent or commuuoo merchant!. Kelercnce, aay Uut in Write lot weekly pike tut and thin, ping tag. We furnuh ool bags Irte. Ftathtrs. Tallow. M. SABEL & SONS, 218 E. Market tU neVe:!' L?1 1 lf xou're the ot your Park. Fireworks. (tUHI IM Hit LOUISVILLE. KY. P'iiThTrroll. ft hi F s i 9? 1 1 II MHHBHIH BIIIIIMIIH rr ?J o Cu tOC'C r ii DD t2 Vlmmm II -- Q M Q Oiifi OO 2 E 2 2 5 mmm mmm 0J 02 -- ?!. 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' i 3 M 1 s 5 S M 1 U 1 I a ! 1 1 M J5 a 5I 2 " S ' I M 3 5 S i M i I I u' you oJuoovJjyi;ci ii; "n o"" (n o r m A 2S BARRETT'S BARRETT'S CLEAN SWEEP SALE ...BEGINNING... JUNE 26TH HURING this 8-da- 8 a. m. and ENDING JULY 5TH 8 oclock p. m. sale, we shall offer to the good people of this town and vicinity our Entire Stock of Merchan-- ' dise, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, bhoes, Hats, Caps, rurnishing and btaple Groceries, at Price Thai Will U Astonish You ! Owing to our excellent business last Fall, we bought heavily for this Spring', which season we all know has been unusually backward, and our strict rule is to dispose of our goods regardless or season or price. In order to accomplish this, we shall give every economic buyer a chance to purchase Spring and Summer goods at half what you would pay elsewhere. Come and see whether we are giving you t' taffy1 or real facts. We quote below a few of the many bargain prices. Bring these prices with you and see if we don't do what we say ys Goods at Almost Half Price FOR CASH ONLY Wash Goods Best Calico . Shoes for Everybody -- 5c 5c 8c - 5 00 Mens oxfords In tan, ar.J pale&t, best Hosier Domestic, a customer at 7j 20 yds to Hope Bleached Domestic, no more than 10 yds to a customer at . Cotton Checks Big lot of Lawns.. 4c ; 12 2 and 15c white, plain and figured Lawns .9c 12 20c fine Batiste. 15 and 20 Suitings in all colors, bordered and non 10c bordered, will go at 25c Linen Suiting, all colors, sale price .....15c Apron Checks at 5, 7c 10-- 4 Brown Sheeting 21c .. c 15c Gingham sale price 15c Dress Percale sale price ...9c 12 25c MDe Soie 35c Arnold Swiss 21c .? The very best Mohair and Brilliantine Dress Goods ; in all colors 48c 50c Cashmere goods, blue pink and green 33c 35c Pongee Worsted goods in all colors 18c 15 and 20c white figured Worsted goods 10c 15c Chambry sale price.. , 8 35c Cream Voile 19c l-....-.9l-l-- Mens and Boys Clothing; 25.00 Mens fancy blue serge made up by the beit tailors In the country, sale price 12.98 20.00 Mens nice suits, fancy patterns, in all color and style, cut price sale .. 11.48 15.00 and 17.50 mens fancy suits at cut price sale while they last : 9.98 10.00 and 12 50 Mens suits at 6.98 7.50 boys suits, fancy patterns, must go at 5.48 5.00 and 6.50 Boys suits, sale price 3.98 4.00 Children suits, fancy patterns, must go at 2.48 3.00 Children suits, fancy pattern 1.98 2.50 and 2.00 Child suits 1.48 5.00 Mens peg top pants in all colors, fancy patterns, side buckles, uell made 3.48 4.50 and 4.00 Peg top fancy mens pants 2.78 3.50 and 3.00 Mens Pants, sale price 2.24 2.50 and 2.00 Pants, sale price 1.48 Nice line of linen pants ..98c We have a big line, of Knee Pants which will go very cheap. . Gents Furnishings Ready-to-We- ar $1 50 L. Shirt Waists l-- Waist, fine Emb. 'front, cut price sale 98c .7. SI 25 L waist goods sale price 88c 7 15c L Vest, sale price 20c " 10c 15c 25 and 35c L Collars....: . Pnllara K. ; 50c Ladies Belts " 19c 35c .......... '...J.. 40 and 50c Broadcloth N24c 18c ' 25 and 35c I.;l. - c 38c 75c Mens underwear, sale price per single gar48c ment per single gar50c Mens underwear, sale price ........33 c ment 21c 35c Mens underwear .. 50c Mens seam drawers, sale price........ ........... 38c 25 and 35c fancy socks now at.......... 21c ,14c 20 and 25c 10 and 15c 8c " 7 12 10c socles xt 25 and 35c Suspenders now at,..............19c 75c Mens caps at .48c 24c 40c Mens caps at 15c Caps at 8c 50 and 65c Underwear, sale price 5 4J sacrificed price . . 4 50 Mens oxblood and pat. mutt go at Jb 1i 'J.00 and 2.50 Mens oxfords . . J S3 5 00 Mens pat. shoes 4 00 and 4. 50 Mens pat. and vici an J gjn tr.e'j. shoes . Jl 1 29 3.00 and 3 50 Mens shoes ........ 1 43 100 and 2 50 Mens shoes 1 43 2.00 Mens tan and oxblood J 43 4.00 Boys pat. oxfords. 2 25 3.00 Boys vicl and Box shoes... 1 2.25 and 2 50 Boys shoes .. be A few odds and ends in Boys h..ci closed out at your own prices. We have the best and largest lire if Li.ift Oxfords and the cheapest in town. 3 50 Ladies pat. oxblood, vicl and tan cxLritr t 2 43 price sale I 3 00 Ladies oxfords in all colors 2 25 and 2 50 Ladies oxfords, in pat tin arJ S 1 vici now at M 1 75 Old ladies comforts ; 1 50 Ladies tan oxfords. 2 00 and 2 50 Misses oxfords in pat. vr ar.J oIs xblood, will go at 1H 1 75 Misses and pat. and vici, will go at 1 50 Children oxfords in tan, vicl and cxblooJ U sale price 1 25 Child oxfords In tan and pat, iuc- 98c sale price 1 00 Child oxfords, must goat . 1 00 'Child shoes, patent, must go at 1 ty Laces and Embroidery e Our line of Embroideries and Laces yarJ to 5 V and the prices ranging 5c per Good quality of Valencienes Lace, EJgiag i"4 Insertion "c 35c Towels, good value, a pair... i9c 50c white linen Towels per pair.. 16c ,30c white cotton Towels per pair 5c 10c Handkerchiefs WW 20c " cm-plet. . Hosiery for Ladies Ladles Hose, black and tan 35c Lisle thread L Hose 20 and 25c L Dropstitch hose 50 and 05c Ladies lone Gloves " " 40 and 50c Lace 50c all-ov- er Mens and Boys Hats 5 00 25c " 15c 7 . .. 7Cc " " ' 40c 75c " " h, Embroidered 21c 14c 38c 24c ...30c 48c 25c 48c J. B. Stetson hats .. 3 48 Mens Shirts 2 00 soicette shirts in all colors, sale price 3 00 Mens felt hats in 98c 68c 00 Linen shirts with collars attached for 75c Mens nice shirts with collars attached 50 and 65c Shirts .. 75c Fancy shirts 1 48c 39c 48c black, green, colors brown M 2 50 Mens hats in all shades 2 00 Mens hats in light and black 1 50 Boys hats at Straw hats at yourown prlcei lead 1 and 1 Groceries 25c bbl. Coffee, sale price, 6 pounds for 35c Coffee now....., Cans of Corn, Tomatoes, Peas, Hominy others, 3 cans for .. 7 10c Rice for 7 Bars of Soap 1 98 48 00 24c and 5c 98c 98c lf During this great sale our goods will be marked down in plain figures, and we guarantee wprv arhVlft as repie- sented. Remember that all our big stock of merchandise is this seasons goods, of the latest and newest styles, and the best money can buy. Its money to you to attend this sale. REMEMBER the DATE and the PLACE. A. S. Barkett's Department Store SfgSU Rally wy June juin. Cayce. V.. linn A'Ullwi. t... IUIIC . ei t jjiation .an. ' HI I i. ...it... tnih hai' rhirlwind cam I r lie 1 - .1 In tnt nrorjle d1iir9 "...nUnf an Ttf me " ... .preildent , Vice of Uanvuie, - ...I Tivrilir i t the day, and rill make LV.r.Miy School., and .....iv. " i . . luoerintend- - FrtED&co Here's a Chance to Save Money by Spending It! ...For Women... At l .;! . .- -I .. .c- - "iw. ail IK ministers In the 10 A Splendid Ankle Strap Pump hn aSKC'J noiu siiph ICIl of Popular Hickman ici' hoinsln HnllTllle.Oklii-lift- er vliltlnir her mother, Mn. M. K. Mnjri. Clinton rnino over Hnlnnlny ami hiul another name of Imlt with u. Tim core, Bio Iflaml Unrce rnrrled off the luinner. Mm. (Ilara Nitilfir ami lialiv ami llaa Nwfin Nnvlnr ami MIm Kvn Hopfr la rltltlnif friend, il Hnt!irfori!, Tunn. MUi JpmI Willi nttrndml the Imtltuts nt llleknmn Init Mr, June Albrlttnn, of Jnekaon, Tenn, l TUItlnfrtemU hero. Mr. Tom Whit anil famltr nf -- lilllno friend In Dnrenn, Mo. Mn. Minnie Hcearre. of Pulton, ti vlilllni, reltlirea here till, week. Mn. (leoriln Allen vlillr.l her innthar nmr Union Olty liut week. Mr. Tommy Mllnar. If ami tfrantlilmifflt. tervliltnl Mm. I.lnle Joluiwm Krldr and Hnturtlnr. Mn. Hallannla f trnaoli liaa raturnad In liap Cairo, Columbus, Hickman, New Madrid. Packet. SIDEWHEEL Tri-Wetsk- ly wk. STEM 10:(il a. m. Monday, rito-l- i LIBERTY f.KAVKH OA I HO Wednesday and Friday. AllIlIVKH Hickman about tun on above daya. I.KAVKH NKW MAIIKtli Trsi a, m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. AllIlIVKH Hickman aliout lU)on aliove daya. Connects at Hickman every day with N, C. A Ht. U.SiS) train. Newly Painted nud furnished with Pullman llertha. APPiy to ageni ror information. T. F. BENTON. Local Agent. FRANK CASSIDY, Master. Dates Back to The SO's. Commenting on The Courier's 50th anniversary, The Union City Commercial, one of the best weeklies in the United States, prints the following: "The Hickman Courier has instated a new typesetting machine the Junior Linotype. The Hickman paper is one of the oldest established in this of the United States and one of the best weeklies published. It is no conducted by Speer & Sexton, who have made many improvements in the office. The latest is the linotype machine, the greatest invention of modern newspaperdom. The Courier dates along way back to the with the State Gazette at Dyersburg and Editors George Warren and Tom Neal were two of the best known newspaper men, not only in the local field, but in their respective States. Col. Neal is retired at his home in Dyersburg, living as an honor to his profession and citizenship. Editor Warren has long ago passed over the Great Divide, revered and esteemed also as a man of parts. Contemporaneous newspaper publishers have felt the weight of their pens and their influence has left, its impress on the profession of Young men have taken their places, and among them none are making better structures than the editors of the Courier." .,.i.riarearr-('- B iar. ... IMI P. CI v those in attend these iwviniioii. Trnii, Mnta .Tnli niftn ralilriia.1 homo Turxlur from n vUlt to relntlvea In Local J5 m td"i5L,, ,, .: IWl ti ' " the Court House -- III (.irn. - rii - are re ne zt our basket, and - It.. $3 These arc our rcgulnr $3.50 Tnn Cnlf Pumps, with or without nnklc strap, plain and cap toes. Sold under value because the sizes are broken. Nothing more stylish or better shown this season. Dorena. day. Tliurman Ilckelt weiittollnrouvlllefluii- ilar. Horn to the wlfn of Ham In.n ty. Inut week. Onrmen tlranrfnrd ttni In Hlclimnn Mon BSI.. irir.ati I. i.Mil-- ... have contrib- - hopping. Mr. IHmi Km In lllekmnn Hatiinlny section - --' 4 7? ss km uora amiui. n . I- .- lU. wOflf. 10 mac me tn J You'll Have to Hurry to Get Yotir Size 1T".' Ilf t- -y y I." . 't T J. W.Oowglll. lr Kamsey. Central Hum). SMITH & A MIS ERG. At the Lyric. mr . A A M i Tyl.r lluui alive-rlen- l.aii. t, Utnr ait& V. . r.H. Urtr. tact f, . Ml' awldy. ' lelniton J ilrtw ft - v lorney-eiee- i. The Sttamtr Liberty. ik .( ,1.1.1 I. . . r ...I known to M!.it the 1 teat u veil t the are in ,i i..ii ujeny mi uouuwch In Police Court. Tn Tnrl0r Ronev's court this week r.trtv" Hardin was lined S100 and costs on a charge of bootlegging. Hardin made bond for the amount and may take the case to the Circuit Court. N (Ml. of Martin. Tenn.. was (n nuicdv Saturday bv offic ers S. Hamby and John Wright, and was found guilty of selling liquor. He was fined $60 and cost hlch he paid. Tesse Routen was fined $5 for breach of the peace. VA Tnlten. a. nenro. was alio niv- en a S10 fine for using his fist on an other dusky citizen. r Illekman. IryeTnnkertley la homo on n vliilt from lllytlinvllle, Ark. MlutJ t'lrlTownenil and Nno Oliver went to Hickman Hnturday. Iter Mylti. of Martin, fllled till appoint ment at Locuat drove laal week. Mamie lMckett.of Hickman, came Mon day to vlalt relative here thla week. Mn. Illai-lnand chlldrenapent but week with Mra. J II. Itckett, of Hickman. May Drowning, of Hickman, la vUltlngAllle and (irarxla Illgnlna, tlila week. Mr. Watton, of Hickman, wna the gueat of Mr,. I'olhamua Saturday and Hunday. Mra. Itoblnaon and Mule Pickett apent Saturday night and Hunday wlth.the former' alitera, Mra. Smith, Iter. Clark, the Trcaldlng Klder, came over Saturday to attend to tho bualneaa of the church at Locaat Grove. Willie, llurlla and Nannie May Tlckett pent Saturday night and Sunday with the family of Mr. J. II. tlckett, of Hickman. a - Al McDntle had tiuilnem In Kant l'ralrle MU week. Lenlle Hlokrr ipent Saturday night In fifties LOST Black handbag reward if returned to this office. 2c Miss Hazel Adams has returned from Memphis, where she has been for several months. Sheriff T. T. Seat returned this morning from Dawson Springs where he has been several days. Mrs. B. T. Davis, Miss Ellen Young and Miss Powell, left Tuesday night on Fred Herold for St. Louis. Mrs. Ida Lassiler and baby, of Metropolis, 111., are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mac Adams. Mr. Holtford, of Menglewood. Tenn., spent a few days here this week inspecting lumber for the Men- gel Box Co. Delays are daneerous have vour children Dhotorrarjhed while thev oI J are in good health and you have a rare opportunity. Bring them as early as 7 a. m.. while it is cool and they are fresh and bright. Hender- son. Jorln Ellis, the little eight months old bariy of Bob Ellis and wife, died at their home on the Ellison farm west of town Friday, after a two weeks' illness of summer complaint. Interment was had Saturday at the Brownsville Cemetery. The Ladies Embroidery Club enjoyed a day's outing at a picnic Wednesday, at the Hubbard Farm. Dancing, cards, music, lemonade and everything imaginable good to eat was enjoyed. They had so many good things to eat that they remained for supper. On Thursday morning of last week, Mrs. B. T. Davis entertained a number of friends in honor of her guests. Miss Ellen Young, of Hopkinsville, and Miss Powell, of Corydon, Ky. Progressive rook was played, of which there were three tables. A two course menu, consisting of Salads, ice tea and cream and cake were served. Absolutely Free. Creson-Harky Card of Thanks. i rc'm inp irom new Maunu WitpftKAS our white friendrdid so t t r ,t. wrupr inau inc pleasure ui u: remond to our appeal on zp. Miss Mariame Ciiiidv. (he lthrmllv the day of corner stone laying, and wayor M. a. .i. rniriii ' r l it s nrt vurin. especially Uen. S. L. lyier, ot Dodds. who Ditlnn anil Mr. ... . t , j 4 gave respectively as follows : Gen. 0 Tyler S100, Mayor Dillon $25 and Mr. S. L. Dodds 55. Mhereiore oe Rewal at Mt. Hcrmon. PircrifTrn that we return them our hearty thanks for their liberality. Resolved, further that we thank D o kA Hcrr.ro, on the first Sun- - all who helped us on the occasion. m Aur--n mo, uaker comes Total collection from all sources thicocgrgat:;n highly recom on corner stone laying day S3S4.S4. .. i i j r r" Done by order of the Pleasant Hill HantUt church in the retrular busi ness session this June the 18th, be tpecul rr.Jiic Intcrpersctl at 1909. tip til f irrViTf Yam nr vrt ... -..." Rev. O. Durrett, Pastor, . iUUV IA lllnf lhiA Hehrt Griggs, Clerk. 1"-1 peraona tending the ncareat correct solution week of the marriage of Julius M. of tlila problem. Kvery pernon aemllng In a Dora Creson, correct solution will tn given a aong lawk Harky and Mrs. The containing fifty old favorlto onga with which occurred June 13th. word! and mualc, and In addition all cor- wedding took place at the home of rect solutions will chance to share In Cash S. Maddox, below town, Esq. Purchasing I'rlies amounting to (.(). as J. follow : 10 at tn, a) at tou, tn at W and 10 at Wm. Shanklin officiating. Filled Watchea will Two IvulIiVor Oentleman'a beautiful flold. la) Marriage. given to the two The Courier failed to learn last Oan70U solve lit - .tv tin ccagreeation. BilC. uvikMi; Remember ice H o'clock Tjltr rtl Mmr1.iv In Aitmict Dtlightj Old Friends. i 4. jtti ui jut a kcn, , vi - &fim Ifl 4 ... k-b- rAM usiauw Tvler. wai Uiivcu .... - .1.1 whoie c.-- ue -- iiucr ... .nun. ot ttie West Ken- lUUIIKiUI. Jmnnn th -- b rn man. -- l uuuu oi iuiv ceie- MuyneiU lir Floattr Caught. ..vj ai vYicicime M u Tuesday .IP I -- Monday caueht one mile .. Li. uin aiiernoon hv n,n - . . . ; -- r . rii-- me vn u luiiuci icvcdiE ana i i first n.i nm mcn e,tabH!h tutden H( v Sl 5l ..i in Utm.r TV,. wcii in an - -- nisi . w Boa it in. inrow nr h m 9n,l uoin nf vhinh .r. was ".om th. ffls odd illTM f.i waning xl 1 taken in char advice from ;e by . unit is cintr k returned from she has 7m 'PCI the Farls was spread in the dense shade around the famous ' S u 1 p h e r Spring," and consisted of barbecued meats, and dozens of other good Hickman Lodge 761 things which appeal to the appetite. F. & A. M. A good dinner has never been Hickman Lodge No. 761, F. & adequately described can't be done A. M.. will meet in recular commu and this was one ot that kind, it nication next Monday night at 7 :30. was a regular "love-feast.- " Visiting brothers cordially invited. After dinner, a number of short talks were made by prominent men, H. C. Helm, Master. and the host generously toasted. D. Owens, Sec'y-WorThe time spent as Mr. Wilson's in M. M. Degree euest was "short, but sweet," and the crowd departed reluctantly. Hickman Wins. A large number of friends arrived Hickman won Wednesday's base ball Rame from Dyer, by a score of today . to attend the house party given by Capt. H. A. Tyler. The 6 to 5. guests are Mrs. Mayme Goodbar game, was slow but Interest The Overton, of Memphis, chaperon. ing.. Miss Allleen Caldwell, of Memphis, Nelchbors and DeBow were on the Miss Cornelia Wallace, of Coma, firlnc line for Hicicman, wnue uon Miss., Miss Francis Harris, of Tack ners pitched for Dyer. son, Miss., Miss uiarue acott, oi The crame was won by John I'yle Rosedale, Miss , Miss Louise Mount e bit castle, Knoxville, Tenn., and Miss in the last Inning on a which scored the two men. Marie Brevard; Messrs. J. Calvin Graves, Capt. S. R. Corbltt, Dr Rcadenour-Donnell. Max Henning, Marion hvans, inos B. Collier. Will Keyser, of Mem- Vertle Donnell. of this citv. and nhls. Frank Smith and Uagelt Mar Miss Grace Readenour. of near tin. of Martin, Will Worthlngton, Hamby Pond, stole a march on their Wayside, Miss., and Mr. Norvllle, trlends, June iun, oy gums io of Richmond, va. Union City and being quietly marOn Tuesday mornlntr. Mrs. A. A. ried. The ceremonv was performed V... ?icn In ihi nreience of Farls entertained a number of friends UUUIU J" . H Uf Henry Pollock and wire, miss waren at "S00" in honor of her sisters, Drown, Joe Terrett, Porter Ray and Mrs. J. N, Conran and Miss Lucile Punch Vernon Brown, who accompanied the Rnhhlns. of New Madrid. contracting parties, was served as the guests arrived, and The bride is the dauchter of G. later refreshments ot cream ana W. Readenour, a prominent planter cake. In the afternoon from three of this county, and a charming tn Ave. Mrs. Faris entertained in honor ot her sisters at Rook. There younclady. tables, and much Interest Mr. Donnell Is a son of the late were five Punch, icecream Donnell, of West Hickman, put in the games. J. R. He and cake were served. and a promising young man. Mt Loto Cavltt returned Wed holds a position ou the S. L. Dodds plantation below town. nesday on the Stacker Lee from a The couple will make their home visit to Mrs. Kuoye lavut in at. Louis. in this city. k two-bas- IMrectlons I'laco numbera ranging from to 14 In the nine squares on thla or a aopcarale sheet of paper In such a w ay that the horizontal linos, vertical columns and the dlrngonul lines will each make Z7. No number to be used more than once. Sixty Enjoy Stag Dinner. Allanawers mutt be In our store not later D. B. Wilson entertained about than June . luw. Contest open to all, resixty of his friends at a stag dinner, gardless of nge or aex. Winners will bo Tuesday at the noon hour, at his notllled by mall. Send your solution and name and address, home on Troy Avenue. The dinner plainly written to 4 y. The groom is well known to the people of this city, having been em ployed for a number of years as cotton buyer lor J. f. at t. Dodds. He was born in North Carolina in 1840, but has resided in Hickman since 1897. Mrs. Harky is a native of Tennes see, and is a neice of the late County Surveyor Holmes. She came to this city about 4 years ago and has ino resided here since that tune, one in West Hickman is held in higher esteem than Mr. and Mrs. Harky, and the Courier joins their friends in wishing them all the good things in life. They will reside in West Hickman. i. COURT HOUSE. iCIRCUIT COURT. K. K. K0H11KS CO, IMS. Main St. Memphis, Tenn. Brownsville. Miss Nellie Foraytue Is visiting relatives In Slkeston, Mo. Mrs, Fannie Jonea was In Hickman, Tueaday. shopping. A. O. Klmbro was In llrownivllle, Wednesday, on business. We hear tlin faint tinkle of wedding liells In this vicinity. Wonder who It will but Claud Hrownaiul wife, of Oklahoma, liavo been visiting relatives In thla community, Sam llrown, formerly of thla place, but now of Holmrt, Okla Is visiting relatives here this week, Itev. Turklngtou preached an excellent sermon nt the llrownavllle llaptlat church, Snturdny night. and Messrs. Montgomery. MoMurrny Johnson, of Hickman, passed tbrougli Monday. llrownavllle, Hev. V. Ii. Sullivan preachixl Sunday at 11 o'clock. Ills sermon was much enjoyed by those fortunate enough to bear htm. Rush Creek. lion Puvla and family, ot Hickman, visited Ida parents, this week, Mra. Harry Sublett, of Clinton, visited her parunta, thla week. Drew I.uten, ot Union City, visited bis sister. Miss Nannie, Monday. Mra. Tom 1 toper, of Hickman, took dinner with M ra. May Treaa, Sunday, Joe Flatt and wife, of Oriltchlleld neighborhood, attended church hero last Sun The monthly rally and Ice cream day. will Mlis Virginia Davis visited Mis Alia social of the Christian Church Ferguson, of Moscow, several days this be held this evening at the church. week, Good reports from all departments Miss Hue Davis ltamsey, of Clinton, visit-hare expected and good Ice cream and wife, grandparents, Henry Davis and cake especially will be served by the this week, ladies from 8 to 10:00 p. m. The Mlsaea llesale Koper and Mae Henry, ot Poplar drove, were the gueataof the Misses popular song,"The New Kentucky," is expected to be rendered by the Atwlll, Hunday, Entire program Mra. Klla Nooiiou Scott, of Fulton, visited Sunbeam Chorus. Squire Meneeaaud Mrs. Price Henry, Sat and Ice Cream and Cake only 10c. urday and Sunday, E. C. Carter returned from MarTom lloperand fniully.of Hickman, came He was acout last Friday from Hickman, to visit relu vel, Ark., Monday. companied by his daughter, Mrs. ttvesaud friends. IjiuI I.unaford and family, of Hickman, Annie Turner, and naby, who will attended eburcb, Sunday, and visited his spend two weeks with her parents. brother, Met Luuaford, er Were Boys Together, We clin the following from the Alamo (Tenn.) Signal, of last week : "A Hickman, Ky., special of the 14th, to the Nashville American, reports the death in Hickman last Saturday of Mrs. Mollle Warren. Mrs. Warren was said to be the relict of George Warren, deceased several years ago. The special recites that "George Warren was the founder of the HlcUman Courier, the first news paper published in Fulton county, now over fiftv years old." The editor of this paper knew George Warren well, and also Knew nis brother, Ed, an older brother. Both Georee at vere newspaper men. one time while in his teens, lived in this community with his steptatner, Pleas Ford. When he first came here he was just out of school at Andrew College, Trenton, lenn. ne educated, and at that was finely lime was undecided whether to take up the law as a profession or enter upon newspaper woric. tie decided on the latter after remaining here a year or so. He was a most genial, pleasant gentleman and made many mends. Alter ne commenced the publication of the Hickman Courier he paid this community one or two visits." The following suits have been filed the Circuit Clerk since our last report : Mary Williams vs Joe C. Williams, divorce. H. L. Puckett et al vs Mrs. Polly Green et al. Suit on note and mortin the office of gage- Saran Jones vs Bill Jones. Divorce. J. W. White vs Eunice White. Divorce. Naylor Merc. Co. vs Till Harrison. Suit on account. S. M. Naifeh and Mose Barkett vs I. C. R. R. Co. Suit for lost goods. Chambers and Shuck vs E. K. Evans. Suit on account. REAL ESTATE. , " Mrs. Alice Murphey to S. E. lots in Fulton, $250 and other consideration. Mrs. Bell Baltzer to Allen Bright, residence on Baltzer Hill, $2500. B. T. Davis et al to J. G. Keys, lot In old Hickman, $500. S. Lovelace to J. D. Alexander, lots in Norman Addition to Fulton, $1500. M. L. Whitesides vs V. B. Irby, lots in Fulton, $2000. J. T Smlthwick to Mrs. Ida Griffin, land below Mengel Veneer Mill, $500. W. T. Carrto W. H. Spradlin, small strip of land near Fulton Cemetery, $85. Wit-more, . The Thirtieth Annual Meeting of Women's Foreign Missionary Society of Memphis Conference, met in New-berAbout one Tenn., June 8. hundred delegates and visitors attended. The opening sermon was preached by Rev. A. J. Meaders. The lecture of Rev. C. A. Hounsel, a missionary to Korea, was enteresl-InThe meeting of the Society will be held In Clinton next year. n, 15-1g. m w m ma n hh bsv awt TMNET MATS y$&JIOUFLv SYNOPSIS. The story opens at Harvard Where Col. visiting, saw the Jlupert Wlnteri U He mu Cary xtilrldo ot ytiuns Mercer. Mfirer, brother of the dead student yenni later. In Chicago, Jn 1WS. Threo Col. Winter overheard Cary Mercer pmnnlnic to kidnap Arrhlc. the colonel' ward, nnd to gain possession of Aunt rtebeoca Winter's millions. A Miss as mentioned npparently na a Smith ainsplrntor. A crcat Bnancl.il magnate waa aboard the tram on which Oil, Winter net lila Aunt Kebecea, Mlaa Smith nnd Archie. Col. Winter learned that the nnnnrl.il magnate, la Kdwln 8. Kentoliam. Winter, aided by Archie, cleverly frusnn the train, lie took a trated n hold-upreat llklnir to Miss Smith, deaplte her alleged kldnnplnir plot. Archie mysterl-ouallllood In a disappeared In fears for nearby room nt the Imy's life voice waa lienrd The lad's the ever the telephone, however, and a minute later a woman's voire that of Mlai Col. Winter and n detective aet Krnlth. out for tho empty mansion owned by Arnold, a Harvnrd irrnduatn. They were met with nn explosion within. Mereer appeared, lie assured Winter that Archie had returned. The colonel saw a vlalon rtittinK from the supposedly haunted Col. house. It was Miss Janet Smith. Winter to himself admitted that he loved Miss Smith. Mercer told Winter that Arrhle had overheard plana for a coup nnd had been kidnaped. One of Mercer's friends on returnlnir the boy to Ills nunt had been arrested for apeedln nnd when he returned from the police station to Ida auto the tad was gone. Mercer confessed he waa forcibly detaining Kealiham. Mercer told his life story, relating how Kontrliam and Ills acoundrcl secretary, Atkins, had ruined him, the blow kllllne Ms wife. Mcrcrr was holding hint prisoner In order that he could not get control of a railroad which waa the pet project of the father ot Ms college friend, Kndlcott Tracy. Aunt Kcbecca saw Archie In n cab with two men. Then he vanished, fllie followed In an auto Into the Chinese 1IstrJ.t and by the use of a mysterious Chinese Jade ornarrient she secured a promise from an Influential Chinaman that the boy would be returned. Archie returned and told Ms story. Atklna, former secretary to Keatrham. being his second kidnaper. Col. Winter and Tracy returned to the "haunted house." They found Keatcham, apparently stnbbed to Kentchnm was not dead, howdeath. ever. Cnry Mercer appeared on the scene. Winter believing hi actions suspicious. The party removed to tho Arnold home. They feared Atkins' gang. The qolonel became temporary secretary to the magnate. A niack Hand letter waa received. CHAPTER , "I see," said the colonel; "to make Eure they don't foozle the bomb. Hut ho'Il have his alibi ready all right. Mr, Kcatchem, did they send you a previous letter?" "Oh, dear no; that's only part of the game; makes a better story. So Is using tho hotel paper; It It throws suspicion on anybody It would be your )iarty; you seo Atkins knew Mercer had a grudge against mo as well as him. He was counting on that. I rather wonder that he didn't fix up some proof for you to find." "ny Jove!" cried tho colonel; "may-b- a ho did." "And you didn't find it?" "Well, you seo I was too busy with your the others must havo overlooked It Hard on Atkins after ho took so tauch trouble, wasn't It?" "I told you he) was too subtle. But t Is not wise to underrate him, or bombs either; we must get the women nnd thoso boys out of tho house." "But how? You are not really ac quainted with my aunt, Mrs. Rebecca Winter, I tako It." "You think, she wouldn't go If thcro was any chance of danger? "You couldn't fire her unless out ot a cannon; but she would help get Archie away; Mrs. Melville and Miss p y hotel-coine- J tt t r y.cV I F A AT- -! T i r TBjrifi. i v COfrt.tQHT. 9QT visiting Kentchnm at tho hotel; and It wouldn't tako Atkins long to pleco out a good deal more, especially It his spy overheard Tracy's 'phono. Well, I thnll warn Milllcent with n fog liornl" Tho way ho warned Milllcent has hnnn related. Hut from Milllcent ho deflected to another subject lh Impulse ot confession being strong upon him. He freed hi mind about tbo slnln on Cnry Mercer's cuffs; nnd, when nt last ho sought Milllcent ho was In his soul praising his mint for n wlso old woman. After Justice waa disarmed by hi miscomprehension ot .Milllcent' words, ho took out III clgarettu enso nnd began pacing tho garden walks, smoking nnd humming a llttlo Spanish lovo song, far older than tho statehood of California. Tho words belonged to tho nlr which he had whistled a weary week ago. Young Tracy camo along, and caught up tho nlr. although ho was Innocent ot Spanish; ha had bis mandolin on hi arm; ho proffered It to tho colonel. "Mlis Janet ha been ringing coon song to hi nibs, who Is really getting almost human," ho observed affably; "well, a llttlo patlenco and Interest will reveal now possibilities ot tho In man or metal. Flrclesa Slovo! Shall wo get tinder bis nib' window and Rlvo him tho 'Bedouin Ixjvo Hong nnd 'I Picked Mo a Lemon in tho Car-de- n ot Love' nnd tho Hextotto from 'I.ncla' and other chotco selections? Ha seemed to be sitting up nnd taking notice! let's lift him nbovo tho sordid thoughts of Wall street and hi plans went from the t In tho corner about hearing tho other side cf (as Mrs. Mini Plained) tlier.- - t. , worm s uincnr, tho othi' tho wnko ot I Tho colonel Smith; In orJ. low dltturbln. found It ne. cushion at tv "Bid you kn w ho t ' ... ' 1 a Kcntchnm'a comment took the listener's breath away; so far afield waa it nnd so unlike his experience ot tho man; It was: "Winter, a son llko that would bo a good deal of a comfort, wouldn't ho?" "Poor little chap!" said Winter. "Ho hasn't auy fnthor to bo proud of him father and mother both dead." Keatcham eyed Winter thoughtfully a moment, then ho said: "You've been married nnd lost children, your mint says. That must bo hard. But did you over read that poem of James Whltcomb alley's to his friend whoso child was dead? It's truo what ho says thoy wero bettor off than ho 'who had no child to die.'" Rupert was looking away from tho speaker wllh tho Instinctive embarrassment of a man who surprises tho deeper feelings ot another. Ho could seo out of tho window tho lovely April amid tho algnrdea and Janet-SmitOnly her shining mond blossoms. black head and her white shoulders and bodice roso aboro tho pink clusters. Sho looked up and nodded, seeing him; her face was a llttlo palo, but sho was smiling. "I don't know," ho said, "It's hard enough cither way for a man." vy . ; -- 3 vl .:t i;!tt 7JTI I hla ultimate leaning back a' f -- i in :ut j, V,. . U. smile had d which looked you a little ' continued; n ' ; t lone" Ho was a j twlngo of up n llttlo guard; and and how swrr suspicions of tho blood stair p'. 1 I. tVi ' Ua est f clothe; she a question, ho told of i' li.. -- Smith " "Well ur Miss Smith, I am afraid, will not be easy to manage; you see. sue knows "Knows? Did you tell her?" asked Col. Winter anxiously. "Well, not exactly. As tho children say, It told Itself. There has been a kind of an attempt, already. A box came, marked from a man I know In New York, properly labeled with ex presis company's labels. Miss Smith opened It; I could seo her, becauso he was In the bathroom with tho door open. There was another box Inside, wrapped In white tissue paper. Very neatly. She examined that box. with singular care and then she drew some water In tho lavatory basin, half opened tho box and put tho wholo thing under water In tho basin. .Then I thought It was tlmo for mo and I asked her It it was a bomb, Do you know (hat girl bad sense enough not to try to deceive me? Sho saw that I bad seen every movo she bad made. Sho said merely that It was afo,un dor water. It was an Ingenious llttlo affair which bad an electrical arrangement for touching off a spark whon Vic lid ot the box would bo lifted." "Ah, yes. Thoughtful llttlo plnn to .hruuse an Invalid by lettng bltn open the box, hlmsolf, to seo tho nlco surprises from Now York. Very neat, What, did you do wth tho box?" It only came "Nothing, so far. about an hour ago." "Do you reckon some ot the Black Hands are out on the street, rubbering to co (t thoro aro any signs of anything doing?" "i'crhapa; you might let Ulrdsall keep a watch for anything like that. Hut they hear, somehow; thoro Is a leak somewhere in our establishment. It Is not your aust; she can hold her ttmMe sb well as use It; the boy, Ar-nX kuqw anything to In-di- L "I never lost any children" Kcatch-am- 's tono was dry. still, but it had not qulto tho former desiccated quality "but I was married, for a llttlo whllo. It it's as bad to loso your children as It Is to lose tho hopo ot having them, It must bo hard. You lost your wifo, too?" "Yes." said Rupert Winter, At this moment ho became conscious that Keatcham was avoiding his gaio in tho "very manner of his avoiding of Keatcham's a moment ago; nnd It gave him n bowlldcrlng sensation. "I wanted to marry my wife for soven years bctoro wo were married," Keatcham continued In that carefully voice. monotonous "Sho was the daughter of the superintendent ot the I was mlno where I was working. only 18 when I first saw her. I wis 25 when we wero married. Sho used to give mo lessons; sho was educated and accomplished. She did more than Is easy telling, for me. Of course, her parents wero opposed at first because they looked higher for her, but sho brought them round by her patience and her sweetness and her faith in mo. Six months after wo wero mnr- rlcd, she had an accident which left her a helpless Invalid in a wheeled chair, at tho best; at tho worst, suf fering you'vo known what it Is to see anybody, whom you caro for. In horrible pain and trying not to show It when you como near? "I have," said Winter; "merry hell. isn't It?" "I have seen that expression," said Keatcham; "I never recognized its peculiar appropriateness before. Yes, Yet, Winter, thoso two it Is that. years sho lived afterwards wero the happiest of my wholo lite. Sho said, the last night sho was with me, that they had been tho happiest of hers.' "I don't wonder you didn't marry again," said Winter. "You would not wonder If you had She always known Helen. under stood. Ot course, now, at 61, I could buy a pretty, Innocent, young girl who would do as her parents bado her, and cry her eyes out before tho wedding, or a handsome and brilliant society woman with plenty ot matrimonial ex perience but I don't want them. myself to should havo to explain them; I don't know how to explain myself; you seo I can t half do It "I reckon I understand a little." "I guess you do. You are d I do rent. too. Well, let's get down to business, think you somo way of gottlng the women out of tho bouso; and got your slouths after Atkins. It's 'wo get him or ho gets us!"' Tho amateur secretary acsentod and prepared to go, for tho valet was at tho door, ready to relievo him; but opposlto Keatcham, he paused a second, mndo a pretense ot hunting tor bis hat, picked It up In his loft hand and held out tho right hand, saying "Well, tako caro of yourself." Koatcham nodded; he shook the hand with a goM firm pressure. "Much obliged, Winter," said he. "Well." meditated the soldier as ho wont hla way, "I never did think to take that financial bucaneer by tho hand; but It wasnt the bucaneer, It was tho real Edwin Keatcham." CHAPTER In Which n fir t 1 La 1 1 Keateham an l Black Hand sho (I rd; "Gary Mercer rt teri" Sho du a t breath. "I d Mr. Koatcham "Nollhor do I f 1 t r i zt, mi . I. 't-- a 1 It Was a Strang tlcally by night without tho Man's Vote. XVII. the Puzile Falls Into Place. While the colonel was trying to de cipher his tragical puzzlo, while Ed win Keatcham was busied with plans affected empires and Incidentally wero to save and extinguish somo hu man live, while Janet Smith had her own troubles, whllo Mrs. Rebecca Winter enjoyed a game moro exciting and deadly than Penelope's Wob, Mrs Milllcent Winter and the younger peoplo found tho days full of Joyous business. The household bad fallen Into normal ways ot living. Although the secret patrol watched ovcry rod of approach to lh house, tho espial wouldn't ellMt U ha. did." was so unobtrusive that guests caiuo tke coronet; and Ut with evWwet pride bo gave and went, tradesmen rattlfd over the AnttWs expert wee iu tho Chlneso driveways; (he policemen, themcelvps, sluujborod by day and loitered majt that 4e m yr Casa tervlow assured him that It was his brother's wlfo who had called for Milllcent, encouraged by Arnold. Mr. Makers' mewages, armed with had had Mrs. Wlgglesworth and two Mr. Makors' order. errant daughters, whose hunband Aunt Rebecca waa not nearly so vewere stnte regents for Melville s uni- hement as ho when he told her. Sho versity, to luncheon and to dinner; listened to his angry criticism with n tho vcrsatlto Klto donning a chauf- lurking smile and a llttlo shrug ot her feur's livery and motoring them back shoulders. to tho city in tho limousine, on both "Of course she has butted In, as you occasions; all ot which rcdoundod to tersely express It, In the language of Mtlllccnt's own proper glory and state. this mannerless generation; MilllIndeed, about this time, Milllcent cent always butts In. I low did sho was in high good humor with her. get acquainted with this unpleasant, world. Even Janet Smith was no assassinating, poor white trash? My longer politely obliterated as "the dear child, sho didn't probably; he nurse," but became "our dear Miss mado an acquaintance with her. He Janet;" and was presented with two pumped her and lied to her. Wo ot Mrs. Melville's last year's Christ- know he wanted to find out Mr mas gifts which sho could not Keatcham's abode; he may have got to uso; therefore carried about his clew from her; sho know young for general dccoratlvo generosity. Arnold had. been to seo him. There's One was a sage green linen handkor-chie- f no telling. 1 only know that In tho case, qulto fresh, on which was Interest ot keeping a roof over our etched. In brown silk, tho humorous heads and having our heads whole In"Wipe me, but do not stead of in pieces from explosives, I Inscription1, swlpn mo!" Tho other was a whlto butted in a few days ago when .somecelluloid brush-brooholder bedecked body wanted Mrs. Mclvlll Winter on enframing tho telephone. with azuro I answered It. Tho a complicated monogram which might person asked if I was Mrs. Molvlllc just as well stand for J. B. B. S. Winter; It was a Btrango man's voice (Janet Byrd Brandon Smith) as for I don't bellovo In Christian Sclcnco or M. S. W. (Milllcent Sears Winter) or theosophy or physics, but I do bellovo any other alphabetical herd. These I felt In my bones that hero was an unpretending but (considering their occasion to bo canny rather than consource) distinguished gifts she be- scientious. You know I can talk llko stowed In tho kindest manner. Janet Milllcent or nnybody else; so I Inwas no doubt grateful; cho embroid- toned through tho telephone) In her ered bait a dozen luncheon napkins silken Anglican accents, 'Do you want with Mrs. Mclvlllo's monogram and Mrs. Melville Winter or Aunt He. crest, In sign thereof; and very prot-tll- becca. Madam Winter?' I hato to bo . she being a skilful called Madam Winter, and sho knows On her part, Mrs. Melvlllo was bo It, but Milllcent is catty, you know, pleased that she remarked to her and she always calls mo Madam Winbrpthcrlnlaw, shortly after, that she ter behind my back. The fellow foil Angela's Cousin believed slaters Into tho trap at once recognized tho hadn't been just to Miss Smith; sho voice, I dare say, and announced that waa a nlco girl; and It she married It was Mr. Makors; Mr. Atkins, who (which was qulto possible, Insinuated had loft for Japan, had not bcon able Mrs. Melvlllo, archly), sho meant to to pay his respects and say good by; glvo a tea in her honor. but ho had loft with him an embroid"Now, that's right decent of you, ered Chlneso kimono for Prof. WinMillie," cried tho colonel; and ho ter, whom bo had admired so much; smiled gratefully after Mrs. Melville's and If It wouldn't be too much troublo beautifully fitted back. Yot a scant for hor to pay a visit to her friend five minutes before bo had been pur- ono ot those women she had to lunch-cosuing that samo charming back who's at tho St Francis ho through tho garden terraces, In a would llko to show hor several left by moat brotherly frame, resolved to give Mr Atkins, for her to select ono. Then a "warning with a In tho moat casual war, he asked after bis sister-in-lafoghorn." Tho cause of said warn- Mr. Knitcham's health. I believed ho ing was his discovery ot her acquaint- was Improving; had had a very good ance with Atkins. For days a bit ot night I fancy It didn't pleaso him, Information bad been blistering In his but he made a good prctonso. Then mind. It came from tho girl at the ho went oft Into remarks about its telegraph offlco at tho Palace, not In a such a pity Mr. Atkins had left but indirectly, through her Mr, Kcatchem; but ho was so conchum, the girl who booked the theater scientious, a southern gentleman I tickets. It could not be analyzed knew; yet ho really thought a great properly because tho telegraph girl deal still of Keatcham, who had many was gono to southorn California. But lino qualities; only on account ot tho buforo sho went she told the theater unfortunato differences Atkins was girl that tho lady who received Mr. so proud and sensitive; ho was anxMakers' wires was ono of Mrs, ious to hear, but not for tho world T.hiB bit of Jaformatloa .would ho have any ono know that ho wai,)ko a Ijva coal undorfoot is.JJ'0. had inquired; so would I be very carecolonel's mludi whenever hu trod ea ful not to let any ono know ho bad It in his, menial excursions ho Jumped.1 asked, Ot course I would be; I promised effusively; and said I quit uader-stoo"WhG clsp but Janet?" ha I think I do, too," maaded. JlUt by degrees he became flrsi .doubtful, then daring. Ha kail J 'Thoy nrd. keeping tab On us through Iljliecat,' fumed tho colonol, "I dare JJltdaall etch tho telegraph girl bacS to fiau Francisco. A ten mlnuW lu say she gave it away that Arnold was con-trlv- o forget-mo-nots ncedlo-womanbo-Jn- g bee-lin- for busting other financiers." Tho soldier gnvo this persiflage no answer; bis own thoughts wero far from gay. Ho stood drinking la tho beauty of tho April night. Tho air wa wonderfully hushed and clear; and the play ot tbo moonlight on tho great heliotrope bushes and tho which dangled their clusters ot yellow and whlto over tho stono parapet of tho balconies, tinted tho leafage and flickered delicately over tho tracery ot shadow on tho gray walls. Not n cloud flecked tbo ast norlal landscape only star beyond star, through unfathomable depths ot dim violet, and beneath tho star a pale moon swimming low in tho heavens; ono could see It between tho spandrel of tho arches spanning tho colonnade Aunt Rebecca In black laco and Jewels was tilting with tho world In general and Milllcent Winter in particular; sho displayed her most cynirose-tree- "but wait!" IIgirl's report of 11 grali!. Her Y knee, fell apaf ' ' 1 "J tin s, Sho had demolished democracy; had plnnted herself firmly on tho baste doctrine that tho virtue cultivated by slavery far outnumber Ita Inseparable vices; nnd that most people, If not all, need n master; had been picturesquely and Inaccurately eloquent on tho subject of dynamlto (which sho pronounced the logical fourth dimension of liberty, fraternity nnd equality) ; had put tho yellow rich whero they belonged; and tho red anarchists mainly under tho tod; and sho had abolished tho Fourth ot July to tho fact sputter of thenco by easy transitions sho bad extolled American art (which American patrons wero too ignorant to appreciate), deplored American music i The troublo Isn't that It is canned," says she, "but that It was spoiled before they canned It!") and wns now driving a chnrlot or flro through American literature; as for tbo academics, tbey never said what they thought, but only what they thought they ought to think; and they always mistook anemia for refinement, as another school mistook yelling and perspiring for vigor. Just as Winter modestly entered tho arena, no less a pcreonago ' than Henry James was under tho wheels. Janet Smith had modestly confessed to believing him n consummnto artist; and Milllcent In an orotund volco that ho went deep, deep down Into tho mysteries ot llfo. "I don't deny It; ho ought to get down deep," returned Aunt Rebecca In her gentlest, softest uttcranco; "hoB nlways boring.' Mrs. Melville's suppressed agitation mado hor stays creak. "Do you really think that James is not a great artist?" sho breathed. "I think ho Is not worth whllo." "Wow!" cried Tracy. "Oh, I "Aunt Rebecca; you cannot mean " this was Mrs, Melvlllo, choking with horror. "Ills style," repeated tho unmoved Iconoclast, "his stylo has the remains of great beauty; all his separate phrases, If you wish, aro gems; and bo Is a literary lapidary; but his sentences aro so subtlo, so complex, bo mood. d cal closed firmly mi . "Did I think "Why, ye. I r J I C 1 f ft! might bo and l' Utrj to shield Atk t 7. Tilt "II" ho ei tcstablo vlllalu "Isn't lie? t wtlEl well, I coul !'. ' ' r ? strlko a lady "I reckon he . U CUT' she wero allir ' and ho cot ti J kind ot man whu to marry him, f L' sr- -l Importune her i. J f; tr l Min If hn sh. c." t:TK glvo her for tho t - tbs iu C him. Oh. I nev-.- i lit ta afraid ot hlra aw" r nts "Not you" cheerful, as u l i -- i eover his own f'.t JkK seen you In ac ivtii r. c 1 1 i:u 1 n -i " -' Jt There are so ma- You can't run awa "Well, voull P DeilllCS. i . t3 kit J TOU C.J I;, i j r-- a trtw '' - tnornmg, and ' . mora tome to think of Mrs and y all of r "Now. doa't ' ' f :f nerves," ho a f.' ' l twl to M footho hor vrhti t" Miss Smith ra i:i only reddening a ; re : laughed. -- Wlic ' i ci at?" sho nskr! r-r Jt permlnt!" "That was time to think - . "t I . ' rt'J dtiftr iztt'M M2rJ?.?;r think." said the ma turn ua i- r c I A'tt ' T Albtfl "Ydll Keatcham I but Atkins out tf "- , . TJut thero were tw ' "3 his changing Ii't "' said e' "Yes." "How explain V c T I ' -- - ! nil explanation, th.' Mercer had wo did, cuff, been ala-- r nnd hidden, IcH w" 1 :i Kcatw . . . II - .... liil- t trftl lit ! 1 say" wantod a char volver. Say he fotllulriv iireten ' time. If ho rt then dUcovcrcl o.iSfa nnd Ihn fT would bo bis r- - dercrs roturnlr- -' C t in 01 .. - r I u - "Ml ' 1 i ....... . f i V-- r"i - thoy hadn't then, ho would (to nn i An old mil j t " i , r5! . ... . ' Ih.i.-- r'-- i i .... -- nsa r'". KM .7. d, Intricately comioundd, and so discursive that I get a pain in tbo back of my neck before I And out what bo may moan; and then I don't ngreo with hlml Now la I worth whllo to put In o much hard reading only to bo Irritated?" "I beg pardon," Winter Interposed, with masculine pusillanimity evading takes sldea In tho quostlon at Issue, "I thought wo wero go)ng to havo somo music; why don't you boya g'vo us noma college songs? Hero Is a' mandolin." Aunt Rebecca's worthy spouse, elernni "i torn tho houso breath!" J- ... d ' hands, nud cxciai j :..',nit what what wh'y--"- " . - -- - , .irtteB ' iin. still lunu&ius ya old brlndle cow , our grindstone' J . Tho old laay waiting to ,oW broke out .,, m n told you u, t -put v.i niwais wo1" '" out o1 doori!" m cnnat I'T.lerherl 119 MIIISIERS SAVED UK he . . TAITH" ALL THAT D06 WAS LEFT FROM, DOTING Equipment n unit fh u in-- " " ,Ui ,li liava . f BRAVE SHEPHERD PLUNGES INTO RIVER AND DRAGS THEM TO SHALLOW WATER. Symbols of "Hope" snd "Charity" Haej Qot Awsy from Unfortunate Sunday School Scholar, A young Philadelphia Sunday school teacher tells this story of the result of an attempted application ef the .n. snns. m an 01 h the pure medie-- ffl,:.! . f mown I" i 'cm most rmpontoni, wun frnuine Syrup of I ).. iron. . 'ffc-'ve- -' t!cr (" . t . j - nr(Try m uu, .... .... . "'jOVn IKK riinun. r,nr in tciu .1. TreMon, N. J. Aia J. Perry ol Philadelphia, paator of tho Wnna-mnkr-r Temple, In which John Wnna. mnkor nnd Other men are wortthlpvra. iind lib brolhfir. Itor. r T. Fenf, paator of tho l'rcsby. terlnn church at Morrlirlllo, la, acroai tho l)olanro river from tbli city, would haro been drowned but for the action of Hob, n large sheep Aok, belonging to tho country clorcy man. Tho two preachers started out from Morrlsvlllo for n ennoo trip on tha rlrcr. Dob followed them In splto of their nfforts to drlro him back, and well-knowKbo-nezo- i.Kin m kfT. le full nams ik ' ..mp Co, Is not found -catbsf. -! tbcrcoi. SHERLOCK HOLMES. r r principles of economics: For somo time she bad endeavored to impress upon the minds of one' et her charges tbo names of the-- three qualities, faith, hope, and charity. One Sunday she presented tho pupil of the poor memory with three new shining t coins, a penny, a piece, and a dime. "Tho penny," she said, "represents faith, tho five cent pleco hope, nnd the dlmo charity. Keep theso coins and every time you loot-tbom think of what they stand for." The Biindoy following tho teacher reviewed tho lesson of the week before, and called upon tho holder of the coins to produce them and glvo their names In proper sequence The youngster shuffled from ono leg to tho other, stammered, blushed and seemed altogether overcomo with mortification, Finally be burst out with: "Please, Miss Fanny, I ain't got nuthln' left but faith. Ilaby swnl-lerehope, and mamma took charity and bought ten ccrjta' worth of meat tor make hamburg steak out ur." five-cend ALCOHOL 3 FEH ANtjcIlTfriwallonfirAi simllallntj tfcrcodMlltoUa The Kind Yoa Have Always Boaglit, and which bag 1mm In use for over SO yean, lias borne the slgnatnre ef and liaa cca mado under Ins per- twnal Baponrlfllon since Its Infancy. C&tcAi4 Allow no ono to docclvo von In this. aro Iih All Counterfeit, Imitations and Experiments that trifle ivItU and endanger the Itcalth of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. -Just-as-ffood" ncssandftaljContikiJHcihr Ojiumitorpter; norMiaenL' Castorla Is Boric, JkUTtUh- - Drops and Sootlilnir Syrups. It Is Plcaflant. It contains neither Oplnm, Morphino nor other Narcotici substance Its npo Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fovcrishncss. It cores Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tbo Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tbo Children's Panacea Tbo mother's Friend. What Is CASTORIAPare Castor a harmless irabntltuto for Oil, auMHaMMasnM AGONIZING ITCHING. AMrfKtltartfdvforGmAa lion , Sour WonusJCoromioroJNmja ncss and LOSS orbLCEP. Stosadi-Dlarrhoa GENUINE .sssafssssl CASTORIA 7 Soars the Signature of n ALWAYS ' T1 If .TAi, I . Eczema for a Year Got No Relief Even at Skin Hospital In Despair Until Cutlcura Cured Him. lacSi Srjaanrr of "ZKIKtttt sti cm T 3 ci , ... Ale - 'it ' NEW YORK. i -- Ah, A ml. -- - u.. I Ch-i! t ' - war. w-l- that paten l'loddln " . I'oor old - and startod again for tho shore. Tho burden of his master was about all the dog could manage, but ho tugged faithfully with hint tho oil fa,jtij( t.aiiii iuiuufeu shallow water was reached. until that l)y Tt'.z r::: "tr aftornoon. LIi um tlmo the preacher was ablo to assist himself and ho wnded to dry land. Ixxiklng out Into tho water he saw (hat lil brother was almost cihaustcd -j 4.v lJiiru, RID JUU KUIQI o i:u tr.irciai jf you'r not. and In grave danger of being swept down the stream. "Co after him. Hob," ha said, and WKt&'t C::t cantura thr, Irlnrf Hob plunged ngaln to tho rescue. Asa Whs Ht tr Ion an Incident He Tugged Faithfully Until Shallow iuv M.r.aw. Water Was Reached. 7' the olner ts la C s on a siding finally plunRed Into the water, to trin ta 01 B' swim after the bunt "a tiJ r Iter. Asa Kerry Rlanccd orer hln ...i ,k. r h hi hands crostod shoulder to sco what progress tho dog - J .' hrad walng waa making, ) tl!i it- and la so doing hn upset t Mn a dolrful manner, tbo canoe, tho frail craft easily tipJobaf aom ping with tho moremenL ffltti With both men thrown Into tho waB..J." ter tho dog turned and swam ashore. ran r...4nc nl li The brother, both of whom aro nth - v anA rnnllnulnr tha .. lotos, followed, and wero making good iwjcf t 3 ' r.ath. progress when Kbencier was selxed V.v ' hat you been eat- - with cramps and rendered helpleaa. E.V Ho cried out In distress, and Asa, who trns nearest tho shore, turned to his iu u u.ft uji", assUtance. The two struggled, Asa u;i or dd J -- i, at bli croait lo- - being barely able to keep his brother IHd. afloat. V.4 an nvl Ik nlchl Finally Kbcnezer'a cries wero heard by the. dog, and tho animal Jura pod a Cb.rrrcr from tha bank Into tho water and awam to tho struggling men. Ho Help for Iht ArtUta, selted Kbcnezcr by tho collar Just as Asa was forced to release bis bold, U!w::3 09 Ey' ?d ts a s 'r 1 P"r "1 was troubled with a severe itching and dryscruf) skin on my ankles, foot, arms and scalp. Scratching mado it worso. Thousands of small red plm-jlc- s formed and theso caused intense itching. I was advised to go to tho hospital for diseases of tho skin. I did so, tho chief surgeon saying: "I never sawsuchabadcaso of eczema." Out I got llttlo or no relief. Then I tried many remedies, but I becamo so bad that I almost rravo up la despair. After suffering agonies for twclro months, I was relieved of tho almost unbearable itching after two or three applications of Ointment I The Kind You Exact Copy of Wrapper. T CWTAllH Me Always Bought sTTNCCT In Use For Over MUMMY, TT toUftftAV 30 Years WCWYOslllCfTK EXPRESSIVE REPLY. These Farmers arc Building a 3 I . - hl continued its use, combined Uh Cutlcura Soap and Pills, and I was comHenry Searlo, Uttle pletely cured. nock, Ark., Oct. 8 and 10. 1907." Tatur Rural Telephone Line - Dnt r Cbrm. Corp, Eal fropL, Boston. f V "ask father! Freddlo Your father told mo that was tho black sheep of tho family. Gertrude What did you say? Freddlo Dah! 1 Clergyman What would your fa thcr say If bo saw you digging for worms on Sunday? Willie I don't know; but I know what ho d say if I did not dig for them, That's him fishing over there." GOT TO THE CAUSE And Then All Symptoms of Kidney Trouble Vanished. A Test of Friendship. beforo Artcmus Ward's death Robertson poured out some medicine and offered It to tho sick man, who said: "My dear Tom, I won't take any more of that horrible stuff." Robertson urged blm to swallow the mixture, saying: "Do, now there's a dear fellow for my sake Tou know I would do anything for you." "Would your said Ward, feebly, grasping his friend's hand for the last tlmo. "I would indeed," said Robertson. "Then you tako HI" Ward passed away a few hours afterward. Recollections of the It is the most valuable thing- for a community to poiaesi. It puts the doctor, merchant, broker, depot, post office, relatives and friends all within immediate reach. It protects the home and does away with the Isolation of farm life that drives the boys and girls to the big cities. Just Rural Telephone? oat this adver tlscment, write your name and address Upon receipt of on the margin and mall It to our nearest house If you have not, cut y. Have You a your addresswe will send youat once a copy of our Free Bulletin Wo. 107 on "How (o Build Rural Telephone Lines and their Costs" We have sold nearly fifty thousand farmers' telephones since March ist. The cost is very low where each subscriber helps build the line. Oct your family doctor and merchant interested, it helps them and the whole community as wet! as you. ACT TO-DA- Y was caught by tho dog and dragged aahorc, much after tho manner of C. J. Hammonds, CI? S. Hill SL, Fort k .tr ;3 tt ; jntcred br ii rouna Kbcnezer'a rescuo. Then Hob shook Kansas, says: "I was oporated his shaggy coat and ran off with a Scott. vuuiiiiT iiauvr, on for stone In tho Joyful bark. (uii'iucw icau kidney but not cured Tho preachers mado their war homo and somo time after almont exhausted. They revived, how was feeling so bad uivui'u ma aoor CTer, and nro now llttlo worso for that I knew thcro est '.No, you can't," an- - their experience must ba another . pm . t .... . ,,U( UTC11IVC1T. .... . I1UI nob Is tho special farorlto of lila stono that would -- .w. "Liipany no ocionri manor's brldo of less than n year. have to bo cut out. ' cin. Tbo woman who loved him now more than ever, to try I decided whllo thn Philadelphia preacher will Doan's Kidney Fills .ug BIU. Ul ill! buy for him tho finest collar that can and the kidney action Improved right bo procured. away. Large quantities of sediment and stony particles passed from me, PRESSED HARD Ccfln'a We ght on Old Ago. THEY FIND MISSING LINK. and finally tho stono Itself, part dissolved, but still as big as a pea. 'With disappeared all symptoms of dizziMexican Vaqueros Say They1 Shot It ness, rheumatism nnd headaches. I Remarkable Deast, "Which wl'li I ;tum can brine, thoy havo gained about SO pounds slnco and Walked Like Man." tan ta - J their testimony for feel well and hearty." bac5t c' c" r. Sold by all dealers. SO cents a bor. Mexico City What tho Tututoma, Co., Buffalo, X. V. ... . i'uuhv UIAIII In tho Altar district, looked upon as Mcf thj c.j'bcrn itntea Kara? tho missing link between man nud tho r n:th-r- , r nco ber early child- The Only Way, anthropoid apo has Just been dlscov. .... "We all 7 ...iiiuiuu co ii oo unnitnr. orcd by two vaqueros, who say they once I was mako blunders. I thought a squaro peg when I was mv. uvuii iui n killed tho monstrosity ln i really a round ono." nun cooid aineu or whllo hunting. "How did you find out your misu.i tier reeling and sick Indians who havo seon the carcass take?" of tho beast Identify It as tho trar WO tlc-"I got Into a hole!" tco I was maUnr nn nffl. ditional "nahun," or "Axlec beast." jt ta a 0 ant part of Tlio animal Is tho sizo of a largo For Headache Try Hicks' Capudlne. lock ii MV. ...in. 1I11U 111 II1H .. Jog niLU except nnd Is Whethrr from Hrst, Stomach or an n place I notice,, a tho top of without hair, tip of on N.rvoua troubles,Colds, achti are aprrdlly tha the head and tho relltVfU by Capudln.. It's Uquld plrai-a.ir nnvour or ttio cor-- tall. 10, Immediately. Its complexion Is not unlike that to - a Lira concern In ir If .T ' of a dark Indian, whllo Its skin Is and (Oc at Drug Store. ,k .. wrinkled and roughened llko that of All pleasure must be bought at the one long exporcd to tho weather. lascvrr. I bomrh . price of pain. For the true the price Tho hair on the animal's head Is a Is paid fry hone with mo. and ba.l nim before you enjoy Jt; for the W lca for IK . distinct auburn and bristles out In a falsa after you enjoy iu Foster. i llko that of ono long unacfro o veil pleased iliock it. i. T. f quainted with comb and brush. The During Hot Days and Cool Nights C d icnnllnnn 7" rear foot, upon which It walked when Talis Dr. llifgers lluoklebcrry Cordial for a entirely. i' V.; rcal'r boon . llscovcred, are like thoso of a human ill .Stomach and Hovtel Trouble., Children l being, except for nails llko bears' Tecthiug, etc. At DrujunU 25c and We. mjr "o'lior'a con- 'Joa.bV '.laws. Its front feet aro like thoso of DonX dog. Tho mouth Is llko that of a felt ... log, but the faco Is hairless, like that Do not begin with exaggerated Ideas .0 rtta- i- ,,t!lor' .i ui your own worth. Deccber. 3t u monkey. V1,'0 troubl wih h Soothing- Byron. atnmnM,. II... .1- .Mr.o Wlnlow totttD. lb juro,, mliuM to For t blldrt tMttilai, Eagle Battles with Geese. 50 frc1uo". SuauUw,aluiiu,curMWte4wUu. aM.twlUa. nd 1). Two huntors witArmour, 8. Tbo ballet girl trust Is a tights' until sbo waa a. wn ncssed u fierce aerial battlo recently ?. between n largo gray eagle, and a squeeze. ha bencfltod ray. dock of geeso. Tho geeso wero flying M4 t9 '',Vm me,ube of tbo beforo the wind. Straight for tho ally. but point of wedgo came n largo eagle, breaking up tha phalanx and engaging tber, 3,r(f'0' 14 wi.t lUUK Biniiilliiir " tho leudlng gooso In mortal combat. ,7he.":1aJI1t0 Wellvllle." In Tho leader gooso Mas Rotting the worst of It when hla mates Joined In and drovo tho cuglo near enough for Uu to time. Tli the hunters to end the battle. Belonotd To. m A t-.t 1 -- J . Fostcr-MUbur- n "-- tfta a nt .v. ... rr. lc--J- . AJ 'itn'ralVi1 .uu-jc- llm.o Rabbinical Wit, An English rabbi waa asked It there was any weighty reason against hav- Inr a clock ln the Bvnarnnip. "Rr no i "I used Cascarets and feel like a new uiuai.D, nm iuo, repiy. nave your I man. I have been a sufferer from dys-clock, but put It outside tho building, pepsia and sour stomach for the last two , years., I have been taking medicine and Rough onRats, unbeatable exterminator and then you can toll how Jato yqu other drugs, but could find no relief only come to tho service." Two rabbis for a short time. I will recommend Rough on Hen Lice, Nost Powder, 25c wero passing the beautiful synagogue Cascarets to my friends as the only thing Rough on Dedbugs,PowderorLIq'd,25c. ln whjch one of them officiated. "How ! for indigestion and sour stomach and to Rough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 25. I envy you I" said the first "You Rough oaRoaches, Po w'd, 15c.,LIq'd,25c. must be In a paradise." "Hold, They arc very nice to eat." Harry Stuckley, Mauch Chunk, Pa. friend I the second explained. Rough on Moth and Ants. Powder, 25c "In Pleasant. Palatable, Potent, Taste Oood. Rough on Skceters, agreeable toaise,25c tho original paradise there was only Do Oood. Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe. serpent, but ln this congregation e 10c, 23c. SOc Never sold In bulk. The E.S. Wells. Chemist. Jersey CIty.N. J. one many tablet stamped CC C. Guaranteed to aro of them." Has cor or your money back. Among the Fighters. For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. "Has your pugilistic rival a longer Dr. MelNTOSU celebrated The beat remedy for Grlpp and Colda la reach than yours T" Natural Uterine Supporter Hicks' Capudlne. Relieve the achtns and KlTMlmmcdUt rel1f. BoW tr ail "I don't know about the reach', but feverlshnens. Curea the 10, Instrument dealers and lMdhatf also. It' 5!tmcjrl.ta I l'nltf.1 my vocabulary contains the longest Si and tOc Liquid Effect Immediately ute..aOMiuI at Drug Store. Caullog. prtc IUI ud particular. ualla words." TIIK HASTINGS ft McINTOSH TRUSS CO. Half Done. A ftiro Oood Thine. "Your husband has merely fainted." tnanafsvrtareri of trnsva and "Am Uilnr AM.UN-and can truly say I would not have been withU ermine fb "Dear, dear, these men always do ml makers Inof li' Supporter. out It so lone, had I known the relief It tumped "Ale to by halves." Meggendorfcr would Klve my aching feet. I think It a things rare good thing for anyone liavlnir or Dlaetter (Munich). DAISY FLY KILLER ..II Mlaa Usav or tired feet. Mrs. Matilda Iloltwert, Providence. lU V Sold by all Druggist, Marriage will change a man's views cln.oriiAml Sc. Ask eo n n t n t ,t b LsUUall M4VM, quicker than anything else. du eplll or ii over, will not oil Suggestion. ortnJervftOf tblnjc Knlcker What reform Is most tTla lift. UUIUsn. needed? or t pnpaidfo , iVf. II sr le Docker Politics should be taken lltDsj KU.itosMsv lWi;sv,kIta, out of politics. Positively cured by these Little Tills. Try Murine Bye Heinedy We !H mate from an; Good Pbct Tbey alio relieve Die For ltod. Weak, Weary, Watery Eye. A HALrTO.NE E.N ti RAVI NO Compounded by Experienced Phyalrlan. fHs ten an an re tnebe or lei, to to the l'ure Food and Dnua Conform Too Hearty I .aw. Murine Doesn't Smart. Soothe Eye Eating. A perfect remf.rlnt In Newspaper or on Portrait, Uulldlng, 1'aln. Try Murtno for Your Eye. edy for Dllilueu, Nau- -, Landacape, Lire Block or any Drowslueu, Had aublect yea mar select. Tnla A Correction. Taat In the VUulh, Coat paper will do the printing for you. 11 ed Tongue, Pain In taa "Her card club has quit playing for Wsiltrn Nsespspsr Uslon, Llttl Reck, Its. Bid, TOliriD LIVKK. tho season." Tbey regulate the Dowel. Purely Vegetable. "You mean scrapping, don't your Ras-muss- Many Seekers of the Pole. Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, England, Russia, Sweden and tho United States wero. In 1908, repre sented among tho 12 expeditions which wero struggling toward the polo. Eight leaders wero veterans Peary and Cook of tho United States. Dernier of Canada, Erlchscn and of Denmark, Charcot of Franco, Sbacktcton of England and Ceer of Sweden. itluU ttithin Ofllcit Dlu Euaa Ollr iU.t IW. oMrrt &nl Unwt tel. Itorton Ihnri.tninnfArtarfF. Then. .r. nr. r TakplwM ner m AnrtlM 7. U ".if1 """ Ht York" Omh Thn worIT IwtlMfl a4 Wllliri BfllcM Plttftkar. f-- .lt rhll4lihU Bl I.nl IaI. Oi tr Pfcn VreaoiMO BMttl. SOUR STOMACH w KOOT-EAS- SSTfiB rfc CaSSk SICK HEADACHE IITTLE sv ICARTERS FOR $1 SHALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. - usually A cold on the lung doein't amount to much, but It invariably precede pneumonia and consumption. Ham-lin- s Wlrard Oil applied to the chest at once will break up a cold in a night. CARTERS Genuine Must Fac-Slmi- le Bear Signature "OIFIANCC" m defianceonlystarch-:;- ;1: other it.rtb. IS It oanee-M- m SUPEHIOH price 4 QUALITY. - YlVEft Olsdness Is appreciated only by those who know what sadness Is. I DisrovEitvi ntjntBW nkwr.U.fa4oar..orU cm. quick smJm of &.Mk 11. PIU-8- . lU UHKUK'U t.Umonl.U o4 IS bOMH. d.r.'trastm.ot UlSO, aTLAMTA. Ui, llol It. 25-19- REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. W. N. O, MEMPHIS, NO. L'7 Vaa, '!., Boause ef those wily, griuly. gray hairs. Vsa "LA ORROLB" HAIR RESTORER.a PRIOK, SI.OO, rUIU faHtntf out, grows more rapwiy. lh tmtt Artt Hair Vteor promptly that ciiik Mint hair. II nomKhrs Iht halt. Nitt, restores them In nratth. Th hair ilors rnfllnK Hnlr dtatmys I Does not Color the Hair We wish you to positively and distinctly understand tli.it Aycr't ILilr Vigor dors not affect the color of the hair, even to tlic slightest degree. Persons with the whitest or the lightest and most delicate blond hair may use It freely without having t lie hair made a shade darker. IflPrPllImt'S Sulphur. fjlrtrrln. Qulnln. Sodium CMorld. Show this formula to your doctor. Ask him what he thinks of It. J. P. Arts fYtvraw?. fawtlt. M Just is promrllT dotroys th Krma thai tatiw dandruff. It rmtovca tract nf ilamlruff llwll, an.l krn tht Kalp t kan and In Health condition. Am'sllalr Vlsw DHficlrnf f m) The person who is not a friend will often need one. t"t Old men are drunkards because young men drink. THIRD OPERATION PREVENTED ByLydiaG.PinklinnrsVcg clnblc Compound ChlrnRo. Ill "I want lAdla K. The hardest wound to heal is the one inflicted by a friend, Sweetest Thing on Earth. Don't pay house rent when you can own your own home much cheap The first ten years of a man's life, er. See us for town lots Kickman he is the sweetest thing on earth ; Courier Rralty Co. the next ten, he is worthless; the Right now is the the time to get next ten, he is the most useoutbusy and put in that bath-rooful; the next ten, he begans to see fit. Why not have it done this his greatest troubles, and for the month? Cotton & Adams. next ten years he is the most neglected creature in the world. m Hickman Furniture Go. 'VINCOKPORATLD-'fr' Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Hickman, Tmlmphon you wish to have your prescriptions filled Qick ly and accurately take them to Kentucky No. 30 Cowgill's Drug Store where you may get your Drug wants at any hour FOR SALE: Hand cleaned Stock Peas. Q. W. Newton, Hickman. Up Telephone that grocery order to Bottersworth & Prather. Now is the time to send us your old refrigerators and ice boxes and have them repaired for the good old summer time is coming soon. Cotton & Adams. BJtY OR NIGHT Cowgill's Drug store (Incorporated) Money to Loan. 1 loan money at the rate of 5 per A New York preacher who gets $15,000 a year says that modern cent per annum on farm lands in Obion and Weakly Counties Tenn., ministers lack the divine spark. and in Fulton County, Ky. About one-hathe cash value of a farm $100 Reward $100. will be loaned. Loans made in sums The readers of thti paper will be pluuetl of $1,000 or more for five years to lenrn Mint there It n leiist one drfiulwl Ulaeiue that science lin Inxii Able to cure In with privilege to borrower of paying nlliUievi.nnd tbnt l Catarrh. Hall Ca- same after one year in full or maktarrh Cure la the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh ing any size partial payment desired being a constitutional dUenae. requires a conatltutlonnl treatment, Hall's Catarrh at intervals of six months after the Cure Is taken Internlly.actlnit directly upon expiration of one year, interest bethe blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the ing stopped on partial payments dlseaae.and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting made. Call on or write. lf they that cane oiler One Hundred any that It falls to enre. of testimonial. nature in doing Ita work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers Dollars for Bend for list F.J.OHKNKYAOO. Props, Toledo.O. hold by all Druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation O. Spradun, Union City, Tenn. Call 84 Schmidt, the tailor, will call tor your clothes. THE MAN WHO 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 placea 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, sounds banking. to tell you This world is a bad world only for riiiklmm'H Vcci'tabl what those who have bad hearts. I uu no nick Compound iliil for im that two of th U't ilortnrn In I mouro 1 did not nn We never realize how much we Mid I would din If oiHiriitiou. lmu una i already Imd two are capable of doing until the test 1t;U1oii, n n d comes. they wntilod mo to ro through n third una I Htiifi'riiliiay The love that never speaks until ntul iiIkIiI from ln ilntninntion mid it it does on a grave stone, keeps still small tumor, niul too long. never thought of wclnir n wt'll day again. A frlrnil A great rule for your happiness is told liu'liow Lull K. Mnkliain'ii Vim to add to your sum of contentment, ctnhlo Comioiiiul had liclil ur. mid subtract from your amount of desires, i tricHt ir. mm niter ino iniru uome multiply your quantity of religion, was ciirrd." 11 Street, I'hlcaRo, 111. and divide your percentage by love. If you nic III do not drag along at homo or In your plnco of I'liiplnyiiirtit until nu oNrntlon I necessary, but Unkind words do as much harm build lit the fcmltiliifl system, mid reas unkind deeds; many a heart has move the cniiso of those (lMrt'snlni? i t... r been wounded beyond cure by words ; llukhain'ft vepetnlilo CoinH)iitid,made many a reputation has been slabbed from roots and herbs. For thirty yearn It has bom the stan-dnto death by a few little words. remedy for female Ills, and lias They have separated families, part jwsittveiy restorer me neanii or troubled women who have ed husbands and wives, broken the with displacements, ltillatniiiatloii. tumors. Irrecularlties. friends. ties between the dearest irlwllciulti!,laeknche,lenrliiR-dowreeling, ilatulency, iniiipemiou, uiui-iiesor nervous prostration. Why The way to get the best there is don't you try ur in people, is to give them your best. Don't expect others to be sweet, and that without the. rain, storm and polite, and thoughtful, so long as cloud that preceded such a reallza you adhere to the selfish principle tion would never have swept into that people must "take you as they your being? find you." When your friends begin to grow careless and disrespectTHE ANGEL, OF THE HOME. ful, stop and think whether you are She does not make any fuss about not getting back a reflection of your it, nor ask to have a reporter at her self. elbow. Out her sunny heart of selfforgetting love will not let her hands While we do not believe in woman be at rest while there is any bit of with a capital W, we also do not behelpful service she can render. If lieve in man with a capital M. In she can without observation slip the all things that pertain to home-kee- p ing the woman should stand supreme. burnt roll of undercrust on her plate it Is done. If some one must stay Thus was she ordained by nature. at home when there is a day's out g In all things pertaining to ing, she tells, with music in every the man should stand sutone, how glad she will be to be left preme, for thus was he ordained by quietly behind and have time all to nature. herself to do ever so many things she has in mind. And none suspect Storms and clouds and rain are from word or tone how great the essential, but when they pass away sacrifice to give up the pleasure. the bloom of flowers seem more Her quick eye detects the over beautiful, and the song of birds sight or neglect on the part of anoth more sweet. "Into each life rain er, and she quickly hastens to reme must fall, some days must be dark dy the matter, careful that none and dreary." God in His wisdom shall know her hand has made up designed that there should be night another's failure. Is" a harsh round as well as day ; that there should be of judgment started by some illadvii shadows as well as sunlight. Did ed criticism? She deftly and ten you ever listen to th: song of the derly drops the sweetest possible lark as came the rainbow inlaid with word for the criticized one, and crimson and with gold? And then switches the conversation to other did you not pause and think, as the topics. soul drank in the melody, as the eyes Do we not all recognize this tested upon the over hanging beauty, "angel?" We call her mother, wife, In the glory-lan- d they will call her saint. nl inoii-MMilsIx-es. - A weman will btoll a steak and see that the cotfee does not boll over, and watch the cat thai she does not steal the remnant of meat on the kitchen table, and dress the youngest boy and set the table, and see to the toast, and stir the oat meal, and give the orders to the butcher, ami she can do it all at once and not half try. Men hat done wonders since he came before the public. lie has navigated the ocean, he has penetrated the mysteries of the starry heaveu he has harnessed the lightning and made it pull street cars and light the great cities of the world, Hut he can't find a spool of red thread in his wife's work basket ; he can't discover her pocket in a dresi hanging In a closet ; he can't hang out clothes and get them on the line the right side up. He cannot hold clothes pins in his mouth while he is doing it, either. He cannot be polite to somebody he hates. He cannot sit in a rocking chair without banging the rockers into the baseboards. He cannot put the tidy on the sofa pi! low tight side out. He cannot sew on a button. In shott, he cannot do a hundred things that women do al most instinctively. a time. v zm ittt ""millinilt A U T&rMMn8utrate: a DEMOCRATS ma... .. Ff Rcprcenta'tive. Fr Sheriff: OOAT t .3 Circuit Court Clerk, For Jailer. . ""iJtnniendenl County Asseuon County Judge. w T i County Attorney. it'r J County Court r . r Don't Experiment. You milMtknoMltnti if Jon Vol Ion Ml Hickman Clthrn. Atlvlc Never neglect you kidneys. If you have pain in the back, urlnarv illsnnters. llzIneti anil nervousness, it's time to act and no experiment, These are all symp. Intri rf blilneu trnnhtr., nntl tmt ...... j should seek a remedy which is known to cure the kidneys. Dnan'i Klilnrv Pills li the remnlv to use. No need to experiment. It has cured many stubborn cases tn Follow the advice of a Hickman. Hickman citizen and cured your Clerk: i . iMrrnpnnpn-- For Sheriff. i ih. ' r t For County JAMS, Judge. :i For Jailer. self. R. J. Long, of Hickman, Ky., says t Doan's Kidney Pills live up to the claims made for them and it is a pleasure for me to (rive this remedy my endorsement. Kidney trouble first manifested itself in my case by a lame back and when I first arose in the morning, the pain was very severe, inere was also a heavy feeling through my loins as though I was being dragged down by so much lead. I tried several remedies but received no relief until I procur ed Doan's Kidney Pills at Helm & Ellison s drug store. I began their use and before the. contents of tht box had been taken, my trouble disappeared. I shall never lose an opportunity of speaking in favor of Doan'i Kidney i'ills. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. roster-Milbur- n Co., liuffalo, New York, sole agents for the Unit. ed ii linn ance. i nn i ir VVIUblie ertime. -- D1UW5 -i Now it a ;"erl.:;e- Sc 3ab..t it barn before the h ite u rales are reascri .rcp the world's best, i- gt '.3 n. - m I . miT t rm I LftK. T I A States. Remember the name take no other. Doan's-an- d 4 Hotel... H: kiimi, Kt lOTrage Board Putting up Fruits. This method may be successfully used for all berries, shredded pine annle.- neeled nltims. nnrt rmilrt un. I fI I doubtedly be used for peaches and .i . . t i i apucoii, anu tor vnismemoa, nomine is better than the cooklnc chest. The friend who sent it in tells us she put up all her fruit last fall by these directions, only, instead of the rug or comfort to confine the heat, she set the vessel of boiling water containing the iars in boxes nadded like the cooking chest. To seven pounds of sugar add five pints of cold water, stir over the fire until the sugar is dissolved, but do not allow the boiling point to be reached. Bcttle this syrup while verv hot and keen for use. Then. have your fruit under rather than over-ripand it must be perfectly drv not even dewv : it must be freshly picked and so clean that it ... . tss win not need wasning. itemize the Iars. rinr nnrt Inn. In vn, Vint water; fill the jars while hot with the fruit, knocking gently to settle the fruit comoactlv in them, and when filled have the syrup heated just to uoiung point anu pour over tne truit overflowing the iar until all snaces are filled among the fruit ; then adjust the rubbers and screw on the tops. Set the jars in large crocks (which are peferable to tubs or boilers) as they retain the heat much longer. Pour boiling hot water over them to fill the snaces hetween. anil to cover the tops throw over them a heavy rug or comfortable to confine the heat, and let stand for twenty-fou- r hours, or until cold. lighten the tops if necessary to do Then1 SO. while still under water. remove from the water, wine drv1 and set the jars in the store room. e, . Roonjs and Reasonable Rates I THE HICKMAN BANK -- OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNT-Y- "$2,000.00" Mr. Luther Guthrie, of Beaufort, N. C spent money freely in employing doctors to curt his wlfo from contlaua! headache. Hs vrltes: "One bottte of Cardul Kd my vtfo more good than anything she has taken for tea years past. She had suffered vith headache for ten years and I had spent $300.00 for doctors' bills for htr, but nothing did her any good. SONG IK THE NIGHT. Capital and Sulplus, $65,000.00 Very many of the sweetest joys of Christian hearts are songs which nf 'have hrrn Ir.irnrd In the II iiriai. it is saiu ot a utile oiru that hlKi-rne- x Slogans SewiW MachiM runs lighter tbawT other. last longer other, Sprinkling Rates For 1909 The sprinkling rate for the season, 1 be- ginning May 8t and ending November 1st, 1909, in residence section, is Tlk! . 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 iot paid, please don't sprinkle Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INOOUltlUATKl) She has taken two bottla of Cardul and It has dons her tvo thousand dollara (32,000) worth of good. Just as long aa It Is made, I shall have Cardul In my home." For all forms of Umils pain. Ilka headache, aids ache, pcJa In limbs, dUzy foetlng. dragging down .sensations, etc Ctrdul has bean found tob sa effectual remedy. Don't wait tlKyou are ''aQruadom Try Cardul at coo. Sold eYtvyvhert, he will never learn to sing the song his master will have him sing while it is light in his cage. He learns a .snatch of every song he hears, but will not learn a full separate melody of his own. And the master covers , I the cage and makes it dark all about the bird, and then he listens the one song that is I and learns taught him, until his heart is full of jit. Then ever after, he sings the (song in the light. With many of us it is as with the bird. The Matter has a song he wants to teach us but we learn only a strain of it, a note , I'i .t 1. ucic iiuu mere, wnne we caicn up snatches of the world's song and sing them with it. Then he comes and makes it d a r k a b o u t us, tdl we learn Ih: sweet melody he would teach us. Many of the lo've liest songs of peace and trust sung by God's children in the world have been taught In the darkened cham ber of sorrow, 11 1 ..j scirscr,l? iimorebeiutihiltw any other. I, as less vilrtW than any other. wiWsPnF.rc u 6b easier to oper than any otoer. spirt HTC i's makes a more at.tchtUwy0 FREE 11 ;9thebtofalla Li'neJinone. FREE SEWING Mg J CHICAGO WHAT WOMEN DO INSTINCTIVELY, Dettersworth & Prather are now sole ageots for Saninareil flour i every sack and every barrel guaran jrOlt KA'EIH A man cannot do two things at tees Hickman Fl urniiure w