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The Hickman courier: July 22, 1909 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 hic1909072201_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: July 22, 1909 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ,UF 1;. 1 -- A CENTURY OLD BUT STILL GRCWING. WE BAT 'EM OUT ON BIG CIRCULATION A CLUB MARK HERE mean that your aul anrlptlon linn expired, Itmiew promptly If you . THE HieKMAN COURIER. Team that wnnt the paper to roma In you after tliU month Pulls the Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankln' Good Team. Grease the Hxles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE T0LU- - ir.NT00IT tit HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1909. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1NBO K0.ii.IB7 Final Score !',, " nuril -- Auto Line -- a iiiiUAAtlsAsUlALisUbis Shot Dead J. W. Patterson Kills Ed Copeland, Saturday Trlval Matter Led to the Unfortuate Affair. nun . i. Ihl. iui. e fy. j lth. Hickman, Cayce and Fulton to have Thla Service 8. D. Luten, of thle City, on the Job. Now wo havu lit 1,10 ,s u uiuiiwrr Ulio of tho Knotted nrcda of Kul nt tho lioutr (on rountr la now on tho vnrK" of louriHiiuutit tu ronllintloti ninvniiB of travel botwcori K It'a thrt-- Imiwirtnnt towm nml btul ..ISO 120 noai oontora. S'JU ..120 ISO 8. I). (8nm) I.tilon, nftcr InvoatlRii l- U..ISO 118 Down-jDou- r 117 Ink tho feasibility of tho Courlnr's . .ISO .ISO automation to 'lntillli nn nuto lino 117 between tho threo towns abovo menISO ..ISO 110 tioned, has purchaaed a beautiful 40 ..ISO 116 .ISO llfi horse power llulck touring car, with .IS) lib a capnclty of six pnaseiiKers, to make ,1 .ISO 116 two round trip n day from Illcknmu 1 IIS . .ISO Tho car was purchased ..ISO 114 lo I'ullon. 114 from nn agency In Fulton, and Is ex- . ISO ..is 113 IM'cti'd to arrive next wook. Tho ..ISO 112 lino will bo put In operation as soon . .iro US as tho rur romes and a Hchodule, ..ISO 112 I. 1.1. J 111 suitable In train connections for alt . .ISO .130 111 the towns, will bo arranged. ..ISO 111 Mr. l.ulon has not definitely an .ISO 110 i. what charge ho will make ..ISO 10'J nounred U. S ..ISO 108 for passengers, but thinks f 1.00 each ..120 108 wny will he about the rato. From 108 our point of view this Is very reason . .ISO ..ISO 108 ahle, ospoolnlly when we t consider ..ISO 10S ..ISO 107 tho coineiilnco of such an arrange .ISO 107 ment. i, u l .ISO 107 At Fulton, Cayce niul Hickman, Mr. ..ISO 100 I.uti'n was given "all kinds" of en 100 ' ..ISO IU ..ISO 1M couragometit In the undertaking, and 1. L. we feel llko It wilt only bo a question ..ISO It .ise lOt of time when an another car will 104 . ISO have to bo put In the service. It will .ISO 101 .ISO 10 have u tendency lo cntiao more trnv .130 101 el between all towns, as the trip 'J7 made any other way Incurs a loss of .130 .ISO .u lime that keeps many of us from un.139 y: dertaking It. .ISO Ijel'a give tho new lino our busi .. VI .ISO 8b ness and support .190 .1.1- N. H. Holcombo wns In Union City Wo need It. and Gordon Hlce. of State Line, was In .00 3t Sunday . butter fellow to run tho business Hlokinan Sunday ..J vK than Sam could not bo found. Tbo ballet girl trust Is a tights' Miss Mollle llourno. of Cnlon City, ..Hi) 390 O squeeze Is bore for n week or two , ...210 331 Kdllor Walker, of the Clinton (Ky.) ' .. ..240 384 Is tho Dr. McKeel, of Mayflcld, FOR SALE: Cow with young calf. ...HO 333 (Iniotte, prints this very sensible guest of I). II. Wilson and family. It. P. Ellison. 11 editorial In his paper: ... .240 FvJU Mlsa1 Charlotte Hubbard Is visiting ....210 331 From tlmo to tlmo through many Co. (cr bar .... See Fuqua, Helm It 331 . ..210 In IIclls, Tcnn. ..HO 331 years tho Oaietto hns urged tho farm gains in Ladies, Children and Misses friends . .210 330 ers of Ibis county lo prepnru to hold Hurtle Harries spent Sunday In UnikJ son ...210 330 their wheat. If wo had an elevator Oxfords. ion City with Jiomefolks. . .240 330 this year with Mrs. J. M. Hold la visiting Hor. sufficient rapacity to 3 F. .240 338 The and the weekly Comme..240 336 hold tho wheat crop of the county and Mrs. II. C. Johnson, nt Jackson, rcial-Appeal one year for $1.25. Is no tolling how much .Vx. It To nn. .. ..240 333 there ..240 would be worth to the farmers. While Fuqua, Helm & Co. fcr bargains Hob Islcr, who has a position In 240 230 tho price of wheat Is now much high l'aducah, spent Sunday hero with in Embroideries, Laces, etc. 1WJ ..210 31tl W.fl ..240 31!) cr than tho farmers ever received at homo folks. Call for KEO. You'll llko It hotter .240 318 threshing tlmo thero Is no room to 2(0 317 doubt that tho prices will advance. Hut Suits cleaned and pressed phono than anything you ever tasted. . .210 310 not ono farmer In fifty is prepared to No. SI Work collected and delivered II-- , Murloy Itoper, wife and children ..240 310 In tho city. 0 Hi .1 3 .. .240 SIC hold his wheat. Thoy have neither spout Sunday with J. It. Drown and 240 314 gralnory nor sacks, and thoy must Ust your real eslato with tho Cour family. Ui. .; . .210 213 haul It from tlx) thresher to tho rail- ier. If wo don't soil It, It doesn't ....240 211 road and take what over prlco Is cost you a cent. Miss Horn How don, of the Courier .. .'240 210 being force, Is visiting relatives at Water paid on tho day of delivery. 200 ...201 Mrs. Pearl Smith has returned to Valley, Ky. ...240 200 This Is a very poor business arrange-inonwholly lacking In business. Tho her homo near Fulton after a few ....240 205 Our entire stock of Wash Goods . .240 SOS elovator Is not going to build Itself, week's stay hero. and Fancy Silks at cost. Fuqua, ..310 201 , w Frank llarnes, of Howling Green, .2(0 lltU nud If tho building of It Is postponed Helm & Co. ..2(0 l'J'J from year to year In tho despor&to was tlio guest or ins cousin, will . ...240 vjs hope that "something will turn up," lUrncs, last week. Miss Mary Hurrus, of Stato Line, ,...240 lt)4 It will not bo built In this generation Mlsa Mnmlo Ilrovnrd, of near Un visited J. W. Rogers and family, and ...240 19 and the only thing that will "turn .240 yjt Ion City, has been visiting her cou other friends hero last wook. .240 1!)0 up" will bo (ho farmers toes to tho sin, Miss Mario Ilrevard. Judgo T. J. Nunn, member of tho ul rua, .240 100 daisies. Thousands upon thousands of .. 240 184 dollars have been lost to tho fannforget tho bnrbecuo and Ice Kentucky Court of Appeals for this Don't ...240 175 cream suppor nt Mt. Zlon, Friday district, wuh a visitor lu Hickman ...240 157 ers of this county through this lack night. y Friday. Everybody Invited. Tr. . .200 101 of preparation to handle tho wheat 4 iloor.-- i 80 40 crop, and middle-meHen Kuykoudall and wlfo left Sat-aftand speculators Monday for his J. II. Husscll left 40 25 have pocketed this money which tho a short visit to Mrs. S. L. homo In Greenville, Miss., ntter a few E. F !' '1. Of Cevelmd. Ohio. farmers might have made If they had days Dodds and Mrs. Cue Thrclkeld, for 'visit with Illrkmnn friends. itsjtfur, 'creakinR JSO out had an eye to business. their homo In Srooba, Miss. Klght now Is tho tlmo to .gut PMiiMe.'fi, Norfolk Hender-"UwgtoMiss Mario Demontcourt left Satoutbusy and put In that bath-rooKy.,was iccond, On tho ground Uiat 12G Illegal votes fit Why not havo It dono this mouth urday night on thu Stacker Leo for Cairo, after n week's visit to Miss '. I OJCIV lol owed hv were cast In tho local option vlco-HoCotton & Adams. 511 LUile Amlierg and other friends bold nt Urlstol, Va., last week, lHwit Evei Cal,I,ll . nf wa ". A new shade of yellow Is being call hero. . .. 7. which resulted In u victory for tho , ana 11 C arV. nf 'wets' by 32 majority, tho temperance ed paradlso. They who havo complexMiss Winifred Delvecchlo, of Dyers-burg- , L.m iv nc on .145. lenders linvo decided tu contest tho tons thnt do not go well with yel Tenn., and Miss Mnttlo Hell vui.rjcrn. It order nnm.,1 election and selected a commltto with low will steer clear of paradise. Shumate, of Now born, left Friday ucn. u A. Tv er hioh power to proceed to retain counsel l.lttlo Miss Dorothy Moore has been after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Allison F of $50 and file stilt attacking tho legality of very sick of mnlnrlal fever. Her Tyler. 'lllt A grandfather, Dr. Koyal, nrrlved here t tho election Hon. Mills M. Uigan, of Drowns-vlllo- , Saturday from Villa Hldge, 111., to " J w. k Crosbv lied. Is announced as u candidate for trout her. 'cmoi a possible J60 ; the Democratic, nomination fur Atclosely followed hv C. Dr. W. C. Unsay and wife, who torney General on tho next Stnte A. ' Mrs, 11. V. llomloy, left Monday for ticket. .M Hatcher with J46 -Asbovlllo, N. C where thoy will Tho woman with Ineradicable hips spend u fow weeks before returning has nt least tho satisfaction of know0to their homo at Columbia, K. C, gynp,. ing thnt wero It not for such as sh The latest publications enn tho present styles would confer real be found nt our store. 4 Krk 8hngo A Kentucky editor wrote that u i nobody. ' y' 8.15p prominent young man of his town hud distinction to 0 just been married lo n Colorado girl, Charlie Llndloy, of Louisville, A Copy but tho compositor made It "a col '1'"d 4" hero lust week to accept the Ceills M lot and Hi ored girl," and the poor, position us clerk ou tho Str. Mongol editor barely escaped with his life. Hox Company. Ho takes tho place ""PHIiisvllliv Hnturd.iv wo, a, , f ult of a uuiirrol of Leonnrd Hooves, who has reslgu-ed- . Many papers over tho Stnto havo ,rr)K.u Call in and ask for the M I. . f., .... published that the Kullrond Commis' .... Ud f.. t . . I one you want. uiiureu. 11,11. tto, ihl , Kdltor Guy Freeman, of tho Fulsion convention will meet ut Owens-borthB ,Kr wllU tho mad,. , the second day of September ton Loader actually left his desk long E. NAYLOR & CO. 1 tsfllIi and hiw not Ut, Tho cull provides thut tho county enough to run over to Hickman, SatMeu who will lfe tbi ,?p'Urt'J Book uiuss conventions shall bo held ou urday nud wus a welcome visitor at Novelty & l: cro ought to bo kll tho 28th of August, nud tho district this office. Freeman Is making the louder hum tbeso days. convention tho 1st of September, 1 ' W . .... I Weather Forecast For Saturday and Jext Week: of Bargains. A Terrific A Whirlwind of wonderful values. ml . . (1 t . Showers of Summer goods sacrificed. Light to moderate prices will prevail in all sections of this store. Clearing of all odd lots at sensational price reductions. . . Smith Sr Amberg's Big Clearing Sale .uk.i k III. . Sfc- r- T L . . Ira-1- . . . Crier . . . . . t, t at . C Po,-r- . n, fe pfof-iona- r ' f. . . Sheet Music- "ri -- T., l! - ni,i,.. .... - 25 tl J. W. Patterson, residing on B. G. Hale's place, 0 miles below Hickman, shot and killed Ed Copeland, Saturday morning between S and 6 o'clock, at the latter's home. The dead man was a farmer, and resided only a short distance from Patterson. It seems that the two men had had some trouble over the possession of a house, and sprang up between them leading up to the tragedy. As a climax to their trouble, Copeland forbade the Patterson family coming on his place to get water from a well. Patterson's testimony, as given in Judge Naylor's court Monday, in substance, was about as follows : 'When I came home Friday evening, my wife told me that Ed Copeland had been to our home and told us not to come to his well after any more water. As we had always used water from this well, I went over Saturday morning between 5 and 6 o'clock to see him about getting water there, taking with me ray No. QUARTERLY REPORT 12 shot gun, to defend myself in of the condition of case I needed it, knowing he had HICKMAN BANK threatened my life. doing- lAMlnrM at tow n of Hickman, Oounty As I approached the house, I; saw of rulton, Htnteof Kentucky, nt tho clooe of Imilnen on the 8th day of July, lwv: Copeland through the window and he HKSOUIIOKS saw me. He came out on the porch Ixxinn and discounts with one or mors endomers n and said, "you have brought that urcty XltSJU Ut' Tlmo loons on collateral. 1S.00 no l:.T74 Oi gun over here for trouble and will Due from Nat'l Imnki.... Jl.KW a have it but that gun won't do you I)ue from htAte Itntilcmnntl I told him 1 had only ltnnken oi M.IHl SS any good." U.S. and National liank come to see what he meant by not Notn tjM en Specie letting us get water at the. well. He 1WB71 Oliecks and other caib Hems 81 M said, "I'll show you what I meant," 1V $i Kxchanne for and started toward me with his hand Home i.17 M iS7 p! Overdrafts unsecured.... 1,111 4V 1,311 49 in his pocket. I thot he was going Taies 0 a) to draw a revolver, I said, "Ed, Current Kxpentvs Paid 25 !W Hanking Home iMU 00 don't you draw a gun, or I'll kill Other aets not Included under But be kept on coming, anyofuliore heads 0(0 you stop and in a threatening attitude. I told lim.HM) at him again to stop, but he did not, MAllIMTIK.H and fearing he would kill me, I shot. Capital stock paid In, In He was 8 or 10 feet from me when I $ W.0iM(ii cash (Surplus Fund 15,0 (O fired. After shooting him, I told Undivided protlts I.IHI 01 W.dtf 04 Deposits subject to check my neighbor, G. F. Thompson about (on which Interest Is not paid! it, and asked him to go and see that Iiy7e9 Havings ( ou Deposits which Interest Is paid).. 0(0 111,157 V no one bothered Copeland's body, as Other liabilities not Included un I was going to Hickman and give der any of the above heads 0 (O myself up." Patterson, of course, claims self- Ktnto of Kentucky, I County of Fulton, " defense, and H. Lamastus and wife I, W. O. Heed. Cashier of the stove named liank, do solemnlr swear that the testified that Copeland had made above statement Is true lo the best ot my knowledge and belief. threats to take his gun and kill the W. O. llEKD, Cashier. "whole push." Subscribed mid sworn to before me by V. C. Keed the ltliday ot July, Hum. Coroner L. D. Smith, who preSKAIi Notary Public. pared the body for burial, showed V. 11. ItALTZItll ) W. O. Joii,son Directors. the bloody shirt taken from Cope- I H.T.TTLitn land's body which had a hole in it about the size of a silver dollar, .Mrs. Tom l'rather. of Stnto Lino, where the discharge from the gun was hero Saturday shopping. had passed. A similar sued hole .Miss Kato Hnckott has returned from Rome, Ga., whore sho has Just was torn in Copeland's left breast, causing instant.death. finished a business courso. Henry Hall, G. F. Thompson and Mrs. Loulso Clark, of Stato Lino, visited her parents, J. W, Rogers and D. M. Keith testified alike as to the fumlly u fow days last week. position of the body when found. Misses I'enrl and Myrtle King, ot Keith swore that after killing Cope Doronn, Mo., spent Saturday and Sun- land, Patterson came by Keith's day with their aunt. Mrs. Jim 1'Ickutt, home and told him about the killing In Hast Hickman. and would give Keith 2 weeks in Ice Coupon Hooks charged to ac- which to leave the neighborhood or count will bo at tho face value. No he would be done the same way. discount, allowed only for cash. The defendant denied this statement. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. The evidence showed that Keith and It cost two moil near Mounds, HI., Patterson were on unfriendly terms. $50 each for cursing each other a few Patterson is a well known bottom days ago. Last wook a Hickman man farmer, about 35 years old and has was fined $11 for cursing a boy. It a family. Is cheaper cursing In Illcknmu. Copeland is a young man, and Hero is an Item of Interest to tho ladles: If white olothlug, say u came here last spring from Crump, dross, Is put uwny In a drnwur or Tenn, He has a brother at that closot, It will become yellow. Hut If place, and leaves a policy payable It Is placed In a box lfued with blue to him for $2,000, in the W. O W. cloth, It will come out us white as It Patterson was released without over wns, no matter how long it lies bail. put uway. 1 1 -- ' ' J. & Store The following Is a clump and effec tive formula for making fly paper for the destruction of those posts: Tnke six ounces of rosin, mult It,, then stir In one rounded teaspooutul ot lard, spread ou thick paper while warm. I'lace where files are most numerous uud they will soon be cov . ered with dead flies. ' o With bncon selling ut from 30 tq 10 coats per pound, ugK ut 2 ouutu pur dot)ii, stook ut 16 to 30 oents per pound, uud everything In proportion, we ure nimble to see how tho average laboring liiuu and busim-muu can exist without uu lucrcusoj lu thu old tlmo wugus THE HICKMAN COURIER INCREASE CANAL ISSUE Cof ft Wtiltrn Ktntucky Llk th Dtw W. 0. STEER, nnd J. C. SEXTO li, Edltori and Proprietors. MORE OASII I mm vs. science SiURHEADAOl m.ifT IS NEEDED THE BIO DITCH. FOR (CourrtsM. '. &g&&0 ?ZAS-S- ' Tiro ounwi) w x liL TTfc ffrwrriro d KTKiii o ateT I r ft s DT"Pr'rl' WlTTLE PI II WJIXI Lf5 C llli1 1 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADVANCE. Appropriation to Cover Estimated Cost of Work Is to Be Asked For. Washington. Congress will be asked, HPT- - i ffi6S Crop Is Coin Fairly Well, But ths WBt In Mississippi X. Small QIVFR H n!u it., i. - ' 7 I t' T Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, st the Instance of ltesident Tuft, to mall matter. postofllco as second-clas- s authorite tho Issuance of bonds to tlio extent of the Litest estimate of the rust FILLING OUT MEAT Youna Housekeeper PLATTER. How of Explains 8he Robs Tragic Situation Its Terrors. Two young housekeepers were com paring notes. "I don't know, said one, "what I should ever do If It woro not (or an Invention or my own which has shorn many a tragic situation of Its terrors when my husband brought home nn unknown man without warning. Many a time It has ben n question of having enough to go round, but the real horror of the situation lay In tho fact that thcro was Just enough when you Included tho extra guest. You know how mortified you feol when thcro aro Just so many pieces of whatever tho platter contains, and you havo to dole them all out and there Is absolutely nothing left? Well, my Invention docs away with thnt. "It Is very simple. You hunt out anything you can find In tho Ice box- -It may bo some fragments of meat, a cold sausage or two from breakfast, n few bones you are saving (or the puppy or a bit of chocolate pudding from the children's lunch anything will do. You place It carefully In tho center of the platter, cover It nicely with gravy, parsley and general trimmings, distribute tbo real things around It or at tho side of It, and there you are! Nobody notices It especially. It has tho general effect of the genuine, and It lends the necessary dignity and amplitude to tho course. "Don't ask mo what would happen It. any one Insisted upon a second helping, being misled by the apparent opulence of the dish! It never has happened. It may bo that they are restrained by some occult lnfluenca with which my mind Is charged on these occasions, and so far I have been secure In my deception." "Which reminds me," quoth Housewife No. 2, "of a luncheon I gave onco upon a time. Each plate was to contain a dainty chop, some peas, potato chips and a stuffed tomato. I had told the cook to be very particular as to ripe tomatoes, for' I knew It would help make tho plates nice-lookin- of the Panama runal. This Issue would le n lieu of that proposed in the rlJer to the Payne tarlll lull (stricken out m the senate), authorizing the Issuance of $40,000,000 In bond, to reimburse the general fund of the treasury for tho purchase of the canal property. The (iocthal estimate of $.107,000,000 as cost of the cnnal complete was ued as a basis for tho proiwsed bond lue. The secretary of the treasury would be empowered to Issue the lionds, as the money is needed, nt interest not to exceed 3 er cent. Just now the secretary of the treasury Is anxious to reimburse the working Iwlance in the of treasury ami out of the first bonds this balance wouM receive the sum of JW.000,000 made up of the pur chase price for the canal company property nnd the $10,000,000 paid out of the general fund for the purchase of tho canal zone. iuc Scientists Begin Their Annual War on Mosquitoes. COPPER BOOKS FOUND COTTON 12 3-- 4 CENTS MOONSHINE STILLS INCREASE Prohibition Law Creates Business For Illicit Manufacture. Secret Service Man Accomplishes Much Depends Upon Rain In Texas. Atlanta, Ca. More illicit stills were Dry Goods Strong at What Power of Federal destroyed in the state of Georgia duran Advance. Court Could Not. ing the fiscal year just terminated than destroyed in Georgia, Alabama, Florida and Mississippi a year ago. These statements are taken from the annual report of Revenue Agent Jos. II. Surbcr. During the year just closed Surber and his assistants raided and destroyed 610 stilts in Georgia, 231 in Alabama, 24 in Floildu and one in Mississippi, a total of 87. A year ago the entire number de stroyed was duly 470. The revenue office attributed the in crease to the high price ami increased demand for whisky since the prohibition laws began to be jased in the South. were DETECTIVE REWARDED AFTER PREDICTION IS MADE THAT PRICE WILL OO TO 13 CENTS. TWO MONTHS HARD WORK. PREACHER Prevents FIGHTS BURGLAR. pretty. "The plates were duly set before us, and I was about to sink my fork Into a succulent morsel when a bit of paper under an end of my chop caught my eye. On It was scribbled In Cook's own hieroglyphics these words: "Don't Jabb It hard, this ain't no tomatter, they glv out Katy. She had Improvised tbo thing from a bit of the children's red plnwheel paper, carefully sewn together and stuffed to match the others." r Look Prosperous or Pay In Advance. Frank T. Wallace, a New York ellng man. Is a guest at the Paxton on his return from a year's trip In Australia, says the Omaha Dee "While there Is a good deal of tho American spirit prevailing In Sidney and Melbourne, they do things there In a peculiar way," said be. "It Is hard to get used to them. "They have excellent restaurants there, but they run on a peculiar plan. A man. goes In and sits down at a table, and a waiter, generally a woman, hands blm the bill of fare. He makes out bis order on a slip, and before he Is waited on the waiter goes to the cashier and has a little private talk with him. The cashier looks over at the customer and if he appears to be good for the bill he Is served. Otherwise he Is asked to pay In advance. The meals are good and cheap. The same careful scrutiny Is mado when a fellow registers at a hotel. Good looks will go farther than any amount of baggage." was "I wrong." "As to howr "Does any ono ever really have greatness thrust upon him?" "It often happens. There's tho you know." Louisville Courier-Journal. Shakespeare Vindicated. think that Shakespearo Emancipated. "One thing we are proud of In our boarding houso is that wo treat each boarder as a member of the family." "Uh-buraT- " "Yes, when may we expect you to end your things oven "You need not expect them. Mrs. Henpeck always treated me as a mem. ber of the family ana now that she Is dead I plno for something different. Kidnaped. Margie was alLittle ways anxious to relate to her young friends tho Interesting things that her father read In the paper. Sho was overheard a few days ago telling her little neighbor: "Yes, Kdlth, my father readed It In tho morning paper, a utuo boy Just as big as me, was nlpnappcd. three-year-ol- d from Using the Intruder Hatchet on His Head. Roanoke, Va. When Hex. W. II. H. Joyce, pastor of Trinity Methodist church, entered that edifice to go Into his study he met a burglar, who attacked him with a hatchet. The. burglar aimed a blow at the minister's head in an effort to brain him, but the latter, who is an athlete of powerful build, warded off the blow and In a desperate struggle, got possession of the SENATOR MONEY KICKS. hatchet. The burglar then drew a large knife, but the minister forced him to a Says Democratic Members of Confer- door. The burglar was pushed Into the ncs Committee Mistreated. street, and Rev. Joyce chased him sev Lincoln, Neb. William J, llryan on eral blocks. Tuesday addressed a letter to President Toft, usking him to allow the jieople to GOV. JOHNSON WORSE. vote on tKjpuIar election of senators. Suffered a Setback. Due to Leaving His Mr. llryan says: Room Too Soon. "President Taft Now that the Slates John A. are going to vote on the ratification of Minneapolis, Minn. Gov, Johnson suffered a setback Thursday the amendment siieciflrally authorizing night, due to his leaving Ma bed too an income tax, why not gio them a and chance to vote on an amendment pro He spent a restless night, soon. some slight inflammation was reported. viding for the election of United States In your The governor had pains in the abdomen senators by popular vote? ieech of acceptance you said that jou during the day, but Ms temperature wns only a few degrees above normal. His were personally inclined to favor such Would doctors feareil complications, uui me a change in the constitution. executive is responding well to treat- this not be an opportune time to present ment. He will not be able to resume the subject to Congress? his official duties for spine time. Two constitutional amendments, one authorizing income tax and the other DIES TO SAVE OTHERS. providing for the popular election of senators, would make your administration Section Foreman Fatally Injured In Ef memorable, and I pledge you whatever assistance I can render in securing the fort to Avoia wrecK. I .V Charles. La. Hernard Meyer, ratification of these amendments. With section foreman of the Lake Charles & great respect I am, yours truly, "WM. JENNINGS HKVAN." Northern Railroad, gave up his life to save a train on that line from being wrecked. Discovering a broken rail, he BRYAN WOULD AID TAFT. rmlirtl forward to warn a passenger tiain which he knew was about due to pass that spot. He stopped the train Asks Joint Vote on Income Tax and just In time, but ruptured a blood ves Popular Senate Elections. sel In his effort, lie uiea as a resuii. Washington, I), C. Senator Money of Mississippi, one of the Democratio mem110,000 FOR TONGUE. bers of the conference committee to consider the tariff bill, Is proin testing aguinst the exclusion of the Mississippi Woman Sues Dentists Chicago. minority representatives from the meetHenne- - ing of the Republican conferees. HI. Mrs. Anna L. berry, of Corinth, Miss., brought suit in "I am sitting here like a iliran on a the superior court lor Jio.uuu uamage post," exclaimed Senator Money, as he Company for reflected on the rtfllnftt lm llimton Dental of tf.e Injury done to her tongue. The plain Democratic conferee in the deliberations tiff was In the dental cliair anu a ueniisi. of the conference committee. He said ... t,.1nr buffer on her teeth, when it furthermore that there had been no slipped and cut the under part of her meeting of the conference committee tongue. She has wen unauie iu use mi alnce the Ahlrich hill left tho senate for t omnia slnee. and has been subsisting the technical reason that no regular seson tabloid and liquid food. sion of the committee could In: held with the minority members not present. Whenever one of the Democratic conMany Villages Destroyed. Ad,n fireece. An earthquake has feree attempts to stick his head inside occurred in tho province of Elis, the the conference chambers he is promptly will be in capital, of which Is 1'yrogo. neverai informed that the Democrats finish con villages were destroyed and many peo- vited in after the Republicans ple perished. The material loss is heavy, sideration of the schedules. at York. The stolen looks of the L'nited Mates Oipivr Company, to recover which the full potter of the Federal courts was unavailing against the potter of K. Augustus Ileinie and his millions, were captured TursJay by a single agent of the seeret service in a house at No. 34t West Fifty-fiftstreet. The detective whose strategy It is lias thus secured to tho l'nited States district attorney the evidence of K, Augustus Heinie's alleged Illegal loans as prenhlent of the Mercantile National Hank is P. Pigniuolo. In a taxleab he droie up to the offiee of the federal prosecutor at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon and delitered two trunks, in which the Uioks were packed as when he found them. Pigniuolo's pursuit of the ledgers has covered a period of nearly two months. It is known that the books vanished from the Ilroadway offiee of the l'nited Copper Company abortly before May 29, for it was on that day that assistants of United States District Attorney Wise went to the office to Inspect them and found that they had dissp- eared. New h Memphis, Tenn. Ileyond a few mln utea' hesitation on the otamlng, whit the trade was waiting fur the weathtr in detail, there was never a waver in Monday's cotton market, which ad vanerd steadily to the highest prices of the year and the highest closing level of the season. The drought in Trias was unrelieved by even tho lightest showers ald the over Sunday awl many report situation was alarming. Octojier said t I2.7X, an adtanee of 31 paints from the dose of Saturday, and IWrmber temped the day oft with 12.7 J. The buying fever appear te Iwi grow ing dally. The convict tun that this I to be a season of very high cotton price ha become nltc widespread. At th moment, however, the entire market appears to hang nn one contingency, and the crop elsethat is rain in Texas, where Is admittedly Improving. Hulls are confident that lower price would at tract new buyer and that the loea at ready sustained by the crop Justify the present or higher iiricr. A feature was the advance of 30 points In spot cotton In New York, which pi its the price of actual cotton beyond 13 cents, for the first time since the memorable Sulley campaign In late 1003 and early 1904. The Memphis quo tation was advanced He to 12 Vie and New Orlran rose e to ISf.c. There wa tendered on contract 11,200 bale in New York, which if taken from the stork or distributed to epinners, as some of it may be, will detdete the smsll supphr held there a a protection to the contract. for the week arc Predictions of Conservative people talk often made. lo, while n few enthusiasts tn 20e In their dream. What the postlullitUM ol the market are in the way of prtcv however, no man knows. If there enriivus drought In Texas the sue a yield In that State may lie reduced to the smallest in yer. There ha already been an irreparable los in all districts east of the .Mississippi river and th plant I small and late. u Memphis, Tenn. Return from the I I in cotton crop this week are mixed, pruvemeut is noteil In (Ieorgla, Ala bama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma slid Northern and Eastern Teva. No Improvement or losa occur reO In North Carolina, Suuli Carolina, liuls Una and Central, Southern and Western Texas. The plant In Arkansas, Oklahoma ana Northern Texas I large, fruiting well thrifty and full of premise. East ol the Mississippi river, although Improve-incu- t has taken place a noted, the plant I small and not alwaya healthy and oc casionally stands are bad. The eref promise I regarded a still uncertain, al though with favorable weatlur for the remainder of the season a fair yield fan be made. Tennessee What rain fell during the week wa beneficial. The crop I now about dean, and ullrtoiigh the plant it small It is growing rapidly and tbt erop'e reml I mueh Improved. A week of dry weathri MlfrsUstppi was favorable to the eiop, which 4 now nearly free of grass. The plant I small but look healthy and rapidly round Ing into good rendition. In sonre sections stands are poor. Alabama The week was generally dry and hot and much work was done In the fields. In 'idte of the progress ol the seven days the plant Is still small Arkansas The cotton crop iu this State Is free of grass ami In a liealtlr condition. In many places the plant large. Generally the crep s promise 11 regarded ss good. Roll weevil haa done little damage. Louisiana The week wa fatorabl as to weather, but the plant ha not le revered from early vicissitudes, while the activity of the weevil makes many rorreapofajent beltee In tins uf a half crop only with favornLI weather. Ok la horn Weather condition cote lexas 'lac esittwt in Tela south f Waco and east uf Palestine Is In lied of rain. Owing to the small winter ram fall gieat apprehension exist regarding a summer drought. In some of this ler ritory little damage haa a yet been !ene, but even where this I the case correspondent reganl the crop condition as approaching the pretvttious. 1 1 Tbtt j''J .,H',J CARTERS Genuine m.i H IiVkER pills. Fac.SimneStanaVl ww.i..isr it fttltwfsVttirrri mnw (SNiar't nn: iiastim.h f Vrvutl 1 g FREE MI fe9 DAISY FLY siaia Mtlt'l, i,fl KILLER! '1 HBaPTTskaH NO TIME LIKE THE PREIT1 iibility ST. LOUIS IS STORM SWEPT lc INCOME TAX Vot UP TO STATES on Btamr Hav Thrill ing' Escap. St. Louis, A series of twisting wind storms of cyclonic proportions struck St. Iuls and vicinity Monday, causing con slderable prniicrty datnag ami imperil' Ing the live of 300 losicngers on the excursion steamer Alton in the Mis sissippi river. The heaviest storm was at Alton, III., and it was there the issengrr steainei was buffeted by the wind. Finding that his boat would not head toward the Al ton wharf, the captain headed it aero the riier in an attempt to effect a lann. Inrf on the Missouri side. The maneuver wa Interrupted by a shift of the wind Id whleh tosed the big loat baek to stream, The passengers, rushing for shelter from the wind, raused the vessel to careen until the ort paddle wheel sis lifted dear of the water. Tills made steering impossible and the boat wa jammed broadside Into the pier of a draw bridge. The wind held the vessel firmly against the bridge until passengers were ashore. 111 Pasngrs "Why Mrs 1 itirtH Ing out In a.l tl j ix "Oh. I Just ran c.i u t.j ul Dreiia- tTime ts Charge 5u5i;l Tho Conner ' t;. t J cM embarrassing i'ac t' u: well known I s. j l known ss eaj rr i'. jj i thinking." ru Her ili.if talnlnr a Tuunr r:n ca t s porch and the rr. 'icr u i'j at the fenco ta!k 'it Ij j m! next door In f-- tt'i c! til was a baby a "Je c.cr I m' and It was t7 rt t; t.L shouldn't let It i s to J M vised the th ,t"1 ts until It s a I " (e r i - I Vq dauchter wa'k wt-- n tlJ u ied that age, and ltrcai:r Tho young nan teem ' " getlcally abo .t tc 51 n'.i "I ti I Neit Dttt r certain Jelphla. reccn'lr t"' "1 nnrtiuii and f A . - donotconvcr csi t Intended A few fumbled wl'h 'he v: .'i i lJ blushed, and th n 12.-"lit Krlrn1s I c . ' f M lliat I harn lost th"? r 'l mon. and I brV " I IL I will have to Oj 'ts Kit r:tl " thing, therefore tors from thel'll.c day Magazine 1 :::3i. t '' ri 317 to 14, Negative Dallots Cast by Republicans. Washington. It is now up to the legislature of the several State to say whether there shall be an Income tax amendment to (he constitution. two-third- Proves the Odors of Metals. Fvenr metal Is believed by Grutln, a German chemist, to have its peculiar odor, which no regarus ua c BUbcuua transformation product. Ho hats made for a tome of the odor perceptibleheating by few moments at Intervals He metals to in oeKrvw futuii. Westqn In Good Spirits. When Edward Payson Weston Thursday handed Postmaster Postman-f,irftlfKiske the letter given him by of VeW York City, on March 15, last, he ended one of the most re markable feats oi peiiesiriuuisui u ord. Weston was four days behind the schedule, but not discouraged. "It was a great walk," ho said, "and but for unforeseen difficulties und hardship ill I the last three weeks of my journey would have been here on the hundredth dar Still, I am feeling fine, and could do It over again." Kan Francisco. l. iv Liquor Made Him Talk. Nashville, Tenn. Tho city detectives here have a peculiar ease on their hands, In which Turner Young, of Wutertown, Teun., arnwted by the police on a charge of being drunk, uilmitH that ha took several hundred dollars' worth of jewelry from his stepmother, .Mrs. Alexander Allen, ami buried the uluables in the earth. He has Imtii carried buck to Watertown by Detective Will Irwin, and says he will take the officer to the spot where the Jew cm aro burled. Oav. Johnion 111. Minneapolis, Minn. duv. John "A. Johnson Is seriously ill at his apart ment in th Aberdeen Hotel, and all have been his engagement for the rancellcd. Gov. Johnson has already uti dergone three oiwratfon fur appendi' Ily the decisive vote of 317 to 14, dtls snd intestinal troubles, and his more than the house passed present indlssition is due to a 're the senate joint resolution providing for currence of his old trouble. the submission of the question to the States. Negative vote were all cast by Wont States Paned. Republicans. No-- amendment having been Kansas City, Mo. That the floods in made to the resolution, it now goes to Western Missouri and Eastern Kansa the president fur hi signature. Practically four hour were consumed have passed their worst stage wa the in debuting the proposition, aod this af- assurance given by report from all the alTcctcd Hiints. Itotli the Kansas and forded many members, mostly Democrats, an opK)rtunity to air their view. Missouri rivers Wall falling at Kansas Chairman Payne of the enmiiiitee on City and railway schedule are back to way and means voiced the sentiment normal. thut such a tax would make "a nation Banner Crop Ruined. of liars," although ho said It wa wrll that such power should be given conConcordia, Kan. The prospect of a gress, escilly In times of war. banner crop In Cloud county was ruined Sunday when a wind and hall storm da- r Close Joints. itroyed everything in it path, eight Douglas, (is, Declaring; that "near-bee- r miles wide und twenty-fivmiles long, joints are a disgrace to a prohibi- Mveriug territory around ulusco, Ilelolt, tion state," the (ieorgla Weekly Pres Jamestown, Scottville, Simpson and Association passed a resolution demand- Rkiidall, The damage to crops is over legislature enact a law ing thut the 11,000,000, and the disheartened thut will obliterate "theiu iwst hole (is have begun to plow their fields farm and of temptation," and pledging the sup prepare fur wheal next year. Fsriner port of the weekly press to ridiling the are offering to sell their entire crop state of these saloons. projects for $1.00 an acre. RIVER DAMAGING CROPS. Folsomdale Office Cloied. Rising Waters Overflowing Fields, CatchPuductth, Ky. An order has been ing Wheat in Shock. made discontinuing u postofllco iu Cairo, 111. Kurmvr of Alexander, jrave county that wa named after tht I'nioii and Jackson counties uru facing wife of a former president Mrs, drover a reetltloii of the Hood of last year, levelmitl. 'lliu office wus established when the corn crop in the Mississippi ibout twenty-twyear ago. Tho peo river bottom was destroyed. A stugu county ik ple in of 34 feet is predicted fur Cupe (iirur-deu- '.itloned mat section of Grave for a postoffire. drover Clove- und this will oume within u foot land, then president, had Just been mar of last year's stage. .Much wheat In led to ills Fruncca Folsom, and trio shock Is caught by the rising waters, tkeoplo usked that the poatoflice bo which arc coming up so rapidly that lh after thn president s wheat cannot be hauled out of the fields. named ftlfe. Their wish was grutlflcl ORIGIN Of a Famous Humin Fm4 wk The story of the or Inventions himself . strcngtn nnu is , vik-- s.sjs 4 ua t"t 1 . lKC. hampered ty t n- -,l i how to conduct, was Ifl r ei: rlous foods and l- -e .... .k. t er'r'r: In fl -J t'l - foro ho could carrr ...im c.r jj I c U HI -'-1 l him along nnd mental strenK'" Ho knew that a f:rl brain nnd nm c - ' a mero fat tr wri t-- nw t.J 1 1 avcrago man j,. j ' ..- - .,lI . -- - ucs.reu rc.u and Phosphate from food. il.n ntilaiTn I - s u -' or i- ThcnbeiUJt" el'Cnil" . . Near-Dee- e i..i...Plains the I0brail sw " r!r.i,.'uli building .fl . nml ... The dally noes nnd nnd nervous pleasure for one U lirnpo-.w- ) " lV7nJ"vly ...... fornl clcncni. . .'lfs'str icu, result oi c,rlrJ - 'i ,i ii n ; hut n t ; ' isS Btlmulant u- rcnowB aad rc:' nnu ... of brain lti Its flavour H fully nnd tlw factory It Is rvU cream. ' , .. . ' i " ' . BlnnniTirL' r, il .... spoken of. t V . i each gcnulno r IK)K m pse Too book. "There a reason. f c.tpf ( B(iai w BRIEF STATE NEWS Interesting News Items r ' SIP fal Items of Special Interest to Our Readers Louisville, ky -- Frank F..hr th millionaire brewer, was fined $10 nnd costs In police court for violation uf the speed laws regulating automobiles. Hopklnsvllie. Ky.- -V. W. Llttlcflcld was shot through tho abdomen and probably fatnltr wmmrfeH i, m n ,.. law, Doth are business men of this city. well-know- Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Ilickman, Kcntnckjr. ot figures Statistics a of Mass thnt wore mailed mull matter In GLEANED FROM MANY SOURCES. ....ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.... Th&t we offer to depositors. Other inducements are of eecondarj Importance. 1 3 ' 1 I , you want to U IT ,ft'e .fuiiifrclnl proR c lalnt bunch of t Issued by A. t" r) assistant loat- i; ..j o " f 'r G f-- ' nK,,rM iitnic UP on " It i .T 5 m - nou(!h to mako any It :J ; :i f 'mnpn must be (! (trains of sand rfr these careful A JWtstofllCO & jr Jr . c lfsufd 7.01,400.kr thine. An ,r Vo doesn't work dfiarlmcnt. Hsurcd ; liquate Of i Hie j rjiJ to cml tbey i'c of thousand ffot f. - s o lo f statistics shows C 'n't begin prlntinB r. July I, 1847. Tlio on ai t Jec.-iD t srkct l.ast year ho tir.r that many a fair- - ,n, t,1K ",0 n ttUti' icti'rs the number of pieces 0B ,!:rVi la tfro t!c:'. ft " t Is tfM In the postoClce liscellaneous Account of the Senate Ut. ' t a senate pay, and onda To be II.RS9.1S9.77, la I a year -- ' j' i i ' tI ' . - Tis r - r" " r. h rrjiort rendered rrrtt, awrelnry of ii'ier sum ngur'a 10 , i 'was h of 92 senator. f..r a thousand nnd t i ... . , ' ,. .. iify belvoen sal- .1 M u j t ' r. t (i ri'ii nHr, nan lifi V- i'i"' r s fiate library, tho sen- - rv and tiei).itwr cf bc upkeep and 1 -- ox- - K "l c m ln! n wtllllllll.ll rw r.t tt. wis a. J km i. . w T '".T TUT '' - took his family 7"' v r. rnllir iin.l kl j mrre wnno no (n.,on (0 , out t,ic lfi ro-ir.- 'i 1 ' . u M ia-- fan, re of Cincinnati, sis- - ' BU arrompanlcd DR the 7." L in rnlinvn Mr, Moro Is tho " " '' ' .Mrs i ' J' jioro of tho Un . r rnjii b ho acted as - Wit.- - l,m,.n .In,nrrvoua bronkilown ' he enmo to Wnsh- ' f is I , lit rrnn ril,. 1. ,1 n niivii ...IB, ma. iUll iff r mnnfn A in bim1rn,.,i .... l'nki. "U5 "ol ':M"', vmn 01 invading Zl Ne I, PDt" JuBt "lIetod. which ,1,fashlonabl motion of k IntMtn IBUlt . Hid u ll i -- win uo ueui- uivu n nun cat Ttfra vrji! iKonta h.,i "fal Motv ",r,U1' n ...... tlio Del- - I nit put in ,1 to wuuiu itooae- - 4cH President , t7,ll,on llv....i.i.. iook iv.uiiufi Auditor James Will Demand fUturn United Htates taut year. These toto the Treasury of Moneys Paid to Louisville, Ky. Kdward taled 13,173,340.329. A largo propoi I'nrrlsh lion of these consisted of newspapers, Assessors In txeess of Amount Due Hopkins, 36, until recently superintend- Of the lornl lirnnrh nt llrn.l.lr..t'. Ctlt for which no atntnps nro used. Hut Them Under the Statutes. Commercial Agency here, died of acuto In addition to tho stamps which wore congestion of the brain. aold n tiny rlfla ot 1.2G,C03,CSS Frankfort. Ky Acting upon tlio stamped envelopes and wrapper was Loulsvlllo. Ky. Uy tho terms of tho of Assistant Attorneydeneral aold by tho department Thcao Undo will Ram bexan to anil In 1852, when ha John F. Jckott, Auditor Frank P. ftgS. of Attllla Cox. who died a week his entire estnto Is left to tho placed n round C,000,O00 on the mar- James will mnko demnnda on the assessors of tho various counties In Ken- widow, Sirs. Katb Martin Cox. Mr. ket Tho figures for tho mail handled tucky to return to the Treasury the Cox left property valumf at $100,000. wero bejrun ln 188(1, when Undo 8nm monoy that hns been paid to thorn In of State carried 3,174,000,000 plecca of mnll. the pant In excess ot the amount duo . Louisville. Tho (Ifiurei hare quadrupled In a them under the statutes. It is said Hen I ilruner. a director of tho Hit!. mora than twenty year a, that n teat cnao will ho made nalnsl tens Life Insurance Co., retired from In 1879, when Undo Kam'a postomee the assessor of Fayctto county for the the board, and Hubert Vreeland, of atarted business wlthllcnjamln Frank- years ot 19031900, Inclusive. The franKfort, was elected at his succes lin aa postinnstcr general, there wore amount to be sued for In this oaso Is sor. aorcnty-fltrIn tho $1,124.01. postolflccs, and Frnnkfort. Ky Liquor dealers In drat year of their operation they did the northwest are being worked by a 137,935 worth of bualneaa, at an exTO ANNEX LATONIA, swindler traveling under tho namo of pense of f32,tt0. fllnco then the balanco ha moved In the other aide Which Will Give Creater Covlnaton a C. C. Dumcnt and tlaimlng to repro-ten- t XV. A Oalnes & Co., distillers, of of the ledger, and for the laat year Population of 70,000. . this rlly. tho revenue of tho department were tho pretty llttlo turn of il9!.478.33, Covington, Ky. Council committee Ixlngtnn. Ky. Tho new Hank ot while tho dipcndlturra wero 1303,351,-I8C- . of the whole of Covington derided, after much controversy nnd by a voto of Kentucky opened for business wlt'i Dr. J. C. Willis, of this city, president; Tho number of postofllces Jumped 10 to fi. to annex l.atonla. The city Ilogers, of Milton, Ky., cashier, from 75 (o 61.153; tho extent of the ollcltor was Instructed to prepare, an poet routea from 1.S7S to 450,738; the ordinance providing Tor tho annexa- nnd Paul Snyder, of Madison, Ind., paying toller. mllea of ronll serrlco performed from tion, which will go to the aldermen and n little over 800.000 to 538,438,722, nnd then to tho mayor. When that ofllclal Augusta, Ky. City Marshal J. C. tho compenaatlon ot tho poatmaatora approves II the innexatlon will hnve been consummated nnd Greater Cov- Ditz had his examining trial beforo from 188.191 Sto 125,599,397. ington will spring Into being. The County Judge Bradford for tho killing The moat astounding growth of Joseph McCrackcn. in this city, on marked by the rural free delivery iwptilatlon of the city will then be July , ami was held ln $10,000 ball. In round numbcrn and Its tax dusorvlco. It waa begun In 1197, with He furnished bond. 83 routea, covering 1,843 mllea, at an plicate will have materially Increased. year It had In territory the city will be twice as $14,840. rxpenao of Frankfort, Ky. United States Sengrown to 39,143 routes, with 891,433 great as It Is at preient Mr. Webne' of' the auditing company which his ex. ator Thomas H. Paynter, accompanied mllea, and cottlng $34,500,000. by his wife, arrived homo from Washsmlned the books of l.atonla under of the Covington council, was ington, nnd will not leave Frankfort present nnd wnt over his report In again until ho has entirely recovered but not least, la thnt elastlo detail It shows a bonded Indebted-pea- s his health and strength. account headed aa "rotscellaneoua of $308,500, exclusive of the school Loulsvlllo. Ky. Offlclal announceItems." bonds, amounting to $19,500. A float- ment was mado by tho Louisville & aenato'a pin money pays' for all ing lndebtednc:s ot $63,000 was Tho Nashville that a successor for Atllla tho telegrams senators aend and the Cox. aa president of the loulsvlllo, replica. It auppllea Ico without attnt; Henderson & SL will not bo one month'a bill, that for December, BERRY SIMPSON, elected for some tlmo. having bean $248 58. It provide White Ilock and other spe- Alleged Leader of the Fight at Stearns, Frankfort, Ky. Because State Licial waters, Poland Spring being faon Trial In Federal Court at brarian Frank Kavanaugh Is a man vored because Senator Halo of Malno Richmond. always on his Job, working day nnd ago, This wafer Introduced It night, the State Capitol, built In 1S2S. possess n traditional has coma to Richmond, Ky. Tho special term of standing aa tho proper thing of Ita the federal court convened here, with tho oldest Stato Capitol In the West, was saved from destruction by a lire kind to alack tho senatorial thlraU Judge A. M. Cochran on the bench, to miscellany fund buys typ- try Ilorry Simpson, the nlleged leader which he tlm&ly discovered. The ewriter and bicycles, horses, wagons, of the fight nt Stearns on Christmas Lexington, Ky. There Is friction bennd. may bo, an auto or two, although day between miners and deputy tween tho Hurley Tobacco Society nnd none nro found llstud In tho classified In which n minor and Deputy the Arijerlcnn Society of Equity over No senator was over seen Marshal Mulllns were killed. Indictaccounts. upon n bicycle. Thcro nro blcyclo ed In conduction with Simpson are his tlieMollnR of the 1909 crop of tomessengers, however, and tho senate, i wo sons, the two Slavens and George bacco, nnd an open breach between tho two organizations Is threatened, being a blghoarted Institution, circa Stanley, Stanley being the alleged according. to persons well Informed. the necessary machine. of the union over which all From January 1 to 31, 1903, Ma the difficulty arose. Both slds wri Frankfort. Ky. The turning of n. Ilamlley received $122.10 for washing rofldy, and the court proceeded to se picnic ground Into a bnttlelleld toolc nnd Ironing 407 dozen towels for tho lect a Jury, but tho venire was exhaust plnce at the mouth ot Elkhorn, In the senate. In the samo month A. ed when 11 Jurors had been obtained Morgadur community In Owen county Ford got $79.80 for washing and Iron- N'carly 100 wltnessea aro on hand. Chief of Pollco U. Y Mnngan was During tho ing 260 doicn towels, called up by telephone nnd naked to PLANT TO C08T $75,000, samo 31 days Kdlth A. Washington arrest Kelly Athey, 21, accused ot killprofited to tho sum of $CC.C0 for washFor the Handling of Loose Leaf To. ing Frank Olds. 23. ing and Ironing 222 dozen towels. bacco, Will De Built in l'roblem: I low would you llko to Lexington. Ky. Hobert Kennedy, Lexington. bo tlio washerwoman? member of the board of education of Lexington, Ky. Within the next this city, and widely known In the furm, : s niture trade of the south and west, has Cenii i wo woks the roeently organized been absent from the city for about becamo 111 sho abandoned her own tral Kentucky Warehouse Co. will social programmo tn Cincinnati and the erection on South Uppor street six weeks, and there appears to be no In Washington. This mado of a plant for tho handling of loose one among his relatives and frler.ds It poaalblo for Mrs. Tnft to carry out lonf tobsreo to cost $75,000. Secretary who knows where he Is. thn remainder of tlio entertainments A I' Ooodlng, ot this company, made IxiuIsvHlc, Ky. Six hundred delis which had already been achoduled, tia announcement that the plant Is to her place aa be primarily for tho uso of J. V Tay-lo- t gates from all parts ot the country nnd Mrs, Moro took ln IMilsvllle next week, hostess nt soveral offlclal dinner par& Co.. cf Henderson, N. C, nnd will lies which Mrs. Taft bad planned that ateady employment will be given when the Itetnll dorks' International earlier In tho season. Mrs. Mora won lo 150 people. Kxtenslve preparation Protective association will hold Its an- convention here. Elaborate ndmlratlan by tho grace with which are being mado hero for tho sale and have been made for tho en aho fitted Into tho position ot a Wbltt handling of tho forthcoming cxtonslvo tertainment ot the visitors, llouso hostess. cri'P of tobacco. Mrs. Tatt'a first social season as Covington, Ky. Mrs. Sarnh Devou, Frankfort. Ky. Wm. Pruott. bankr-an- d mistress of tho Whlto llouso was a his wife, a society woman, living brilliant success in spite, ot tho ner- 81. cne of tho wealthiest women ln vous troublo which necessitated her this part of tho country, died at her on the most faahlonablo street of the withdrawal. Kcvor In tho history ot country place. Uevou Hill, west of capital, worn forced to git In tholr generations has theru been so much Covington. She was the relict of Wll room for an hour and a half and watch social activity at tho Whlto House, nnd limn Ogdcn Dovou, who, at tho tlmo a burglar nt ho tried to tnko tho lock nevur has society been moro diplo- of his dentil six years ago, conducted off the windows and doors, expecting matically and pleasantly brought to- n largo wholesale mllllnory business every minute to bo assassinated. gether. I'crsons who had not bocn in In Clnciunntl. touUvillo, Ky. State Auditor Frank tho Whttu llouso for many months, Owcnshoro, Ky. Thousands of acres P. J.tmos and several associates navo and souio for several years, wore nguln welcomed nnd hobnobbed with of tobacco (50 per cont of tho crop) purchased the Harrodsburg Doniocrnt, In tho Oroou rlvor district have been and It Is announced tho name of tho each other to nil cxtont hard to ruined as n result of tho roccnt heavy paper will be changed to the Harrodsrains. Knllrcud stations wore destroy burg llcpubllcnn and thnt It will be tho m rI i ed by lightning, telephono and tele olllclnl organ of the republican party graph lines put out ot commission nnd In tho Eighth Congressional district. a rumarkablo turn In tho caso ot tho fetico and barns blown down. HojiUInsvUlo. Ky. Policeman Wlth- -f llclmonts, aud Mr. llooscvolt. It Is said, toulsvlllc, Ky. Aftor nine years rspoon thought ho hnd Leon Ling asked his cnblnot oRlcers and others high In tho olllclnl ncnlo to stay away work Interrupted periodically by fals- when he arrested a Chinaman who lafrom tho Holmonts' functions. nnnounconicnts thut tho big plant was ter proved ho was Owing I)ule, of Ioule demanded Tho first entertainment was a fall-ur- ready to be put In operation, the Lou- Iluiitsvllle, Ala. because ot this taboo. Tho men isville Water Co. began Its preliminary $1,000 for falso arrest. Ho was drussed, hnd $110 In cash and enmo In large numbers nnd their preparation lor turning on me whut exceptions absented for the llrst tlmo in tho new $5,000,000 two passbooks showing substantial bal. wives with few nuccs In Huntsvlllo banks. thomselvvs, Hut tho Donouts had filter plant. alroudy made plans for tholr now IiitUvllle, Ky llcpresentatlves of Kxecutlve Ky Tho Louisville, homo. They had brought their architect from Tarts and Incurred muh ex- - Heard of the Tobacco Workers' Inter- the liquor and brewing organizations pCUBO. national 1'nlon began Its annual ses of Louisville nnd Kentucky, addressed 13 sion. Upsides ntldllln? the books of a letter to tho Ixmtsvllle 1. Icon bo Board Mrs. Delmont was not dauntod. ot the lung sho .was cntortnlulng Col. tho secretary, tho board will consider ottering to aid tho authorities disorderly Dromwell, the olllclnl major douio of plans for fighting the products of tin city In stamping out American Tobacco lo. tho Whlto llouso under tho Hoosevolt rcglmo, nnd bla wife at theater parHopklnsvlllo, Ky. Hurnged because Lexington, Ky. O. F. Vaughn, of ties, and her Held of social conquest a was gradually extcuded until now sbt Hlchmond, Vo., closed a deal for n site he was not allowed to participate in 11. Morgan, colored, shot Is perfectly ut home as an entortalnor. on South llrondway, on which he will cord game, It. tho Next winter on her return from croot a tobacco factory thut will glv- James Monls, 41, white, through hour. opcu her now omplpyniuiit to nbout 400 men. Work chost, Morris dying In about an abroad ulie will throw pulaco for ontertalnmonts that ars on the building, It U understood, Is to The negro made his escape, ulthougj Moirla llred three tlmoa at him. Lesln at once. likely to make hw orltles sit up. ad-rlc- o otary lit-ti- n o 70.-00- 0 ye-ar- a mar-shnl- s. thi Upon this Guarantee wc Solicit Your Patronage. II. BUCHANAN. President J. A. THOnPSON, Cashier. ThrsU.ld, J. W. Alexiadar. Dr. J. M. Hubbard. DIRECTORS IL Duchspan, J. 3. C. Bondurant, O. D. R. M. Islar, T. A. Ledford. THE SAFE8T AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS DY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE ' FOR RATES APPLY T8 L8CAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPH CO. 'OIIKUII. ... OUR STOOK IS COMPLETE AtiD . . . -- Absolutely THE BEST n.-- d Hillionaire Canned Goods. Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products, Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. OsJl on or Ul.phon. ua of GROCERIES. lo hn FEEDSTUFF3. or FRESH MEATS Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. Ledford & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 185&. TOM DILLON, (Successor to EL Sr., Prop. C. Ramage, dscaased.) Ilarble and Granite flonuments CURDINO. HICKflAN, STONE WORK H all kinds, IRON FENCINO. KENTUCKY I. Davidson & Stubbs Meet Your Friends AT Lauderdale's ho-g'- n DENTISTS. OFFICES: Hickman, Ky. Over Cowglll's drug Tonsorial Parlors tor comfort. Clinton Street, Ilickman, Ky. Next door to Jones' Cafe. Best ln Hickman. Hot and cold baths; eleoirlo ltgbts and fans, hydraulic ohalrs and everythlnf p:ei-aratlo- LAND Cash Book Store FOR SALE building. Tcnn. store. Union City, In C B. A. Splendid Selection . . . New Books, Stationery, Post Cards. Notions, Etc. Call and soe our stock. Both city and farm property at reasonable prices. If you havo real estato for sale, lot us get you a buyer. ADDRESS: ' Everything Hickman Courier Realty Ci Hickman. Keutucky. MarvBerendes&Company - o hand-tomel- y Let Us Be Your Waiter We never tire of helping others when they ask for good job printing. We can tickle the most People who exacting typographic appetite. have partaken of our excellent service come back for a second serving. Our prices are the most reasonable, too, and you can always depend on us giving your orders the most prompt and careful attention. Call at this office and look over our samples. JOB PRINTING v? can da ths finest prtDtinx. and we thii l.a !.,. nit little ch.ayr thin the other fellow. Wedding invitations, letter head., bill sale bills. .titemonU. dodjers, cards, etc., all rec-lUs same careful treatment -j- ust a little better than se.ma necestary. Prompt (Silvery always. An hdi. Getting dusty ngntn. "Tho Ilrass Howl" pago 8. C I. Shtimato and wlfo nro nt Gib son Wells, Tenn. Mrs. Mittie King, of near town, is again seriously ill, Gus Bard, near State Line, had a pony stolen from him July 14, Geo. L. White, of Cayce, was here on business, Wednesday. Mrs. F. T. llandlo left yesterday for Mayfleld to visit relatives. cj Council Proceedings (Our giusij Reporter Tuo river Is falllnc. $ipi Ilavo YOU cut your weed ? Courier "Want Add," lc ft word. S. V. Doddi nnd family nr.o In St. I.otil thl week. Jas. C. Newton sells goods for cash or produce. J. N. Bradshaw left for Union City this morning. A myf terlous mystery In tho Urass Howl. Seo Sth pago. n, Get a Porch Rug and make your porch more attractive. Smith & AMBERG. On page It, wo glvo two columns of matter of special Interest to our lady readers. Our entire stock of Wash Goods and Fancy Silks at cost. Fuqua, Helm & Co. Editor W. V. Caulfleld, of the tllos tor (Miss.) Record, was n plonsnnt caller nt this offlco yesterday. Don't fall to read tho opening chap tors of our now story "The Ilrass Howl," beginning In this Issue of tho Courier. A. D. Caulfleld, of Water Valley, Miss., nttonded tho marriage of his brother, W. V. Caulfleld, nt State Line last night. K. A. Hawkins, Judge B. T. Davis was in Corry-doKy., this week. Everything reduced at Smith & Ambero's Big Sale. C. E. Rice was here from Fulton, Saturday, in his auto. CowglU's Drug Store Is tho only placo you can get HKO. C. H. Moore wants you to try his genuine Dutch Tea Ruik. Hickman, Ky,, June 14, 1909. Council met in session. Present Mayor Dillon, Council.nen Led ford, Swayne, Bettersworth, Dodds, Gray and Schlenker. The following accounts were presented, properly approved and on motion allowed and checks ordered issued for amounts : Mrs. Price, hoard for Leslie and son and Jno. Ccx while working on C. Hall S 64 50 J. R. Brown, 10 post for 2. SO steps J. A. Noonon, Jailor, diet81 90 ing prisoners Tom Dillon, Jr., miscellan12.75 eous claims Tom Dillon, Jr., St. work, 176 40 itemized and filed . On motion the Council appropriated $50 for filling gulley in front of Geo. Collins' residence. On motion the fine of Nellie Pleasant was refunded. Report of City Treasurer for May 1909: GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT. THIS BIG SHOE SAL lc rko OF OURS rW I- -I for we have literally thrown out in piles on our counter all or our finest bhoes, and have cut the prices down t Our object is t, cost and LESS THAN COST, clean up this stock, to wlfo and baby were LOST: A bundle containing towels guests of A. J. Hunzlkor and family To amt. 11. T. Davis. Helm lc yesterday. The visitors were onroute Return to Airs. To amt. CREX Porch Rugs for summer to Humboldt, Tenn. use at Smith & To bal. per April reports C. Dil- 08 125 40 SWEEP 'EM OUT CLEAN ree'd. of H. 212 05 Misses Annie and Huth Klltson re with Job, let turned Tuesday from a visit If you want a first-clas- s S Jl)7 53 relatives nt Iloanoak, Va., Ioulsvllle, Schmidt the Tailor, do your work. Ky., Cincinnati, O.. nnd other points. By checks pd. during May 266 05 You can dress your feet for little They have been gone since May 1st, S 71.48 Bal. to credit this acct money at Smith & Ambero's Big J. C. Sexton, one of tho Courier AmbergV ree'd. of Tom lon, Jr All our Mens Fine Shoes, Ladies Fine Shoes, Boys, Misses and Childrens arc in this sale, nnd you'll be surprised nt the lowncti of prices. If you need n pnir of Slippers don't buy until you have looked here, nt least. If you're needing Shoes for this fall, it will make you money to buy them now. Sale. men, Is at his homo in Sturgeon, for bar- Mo., confined to his bed with ma Helm lurlal fover. His nbsenco is giving gains in Ladies, Children and Misses the rest of tho forco a "run for tholr Oxfords. money." FOR SALE: A No. 1 Jersey milk Sherman Douglass was fined $60 cow (fresh) cheap. Geo. L. White, In Judgo Honoy's court for violating Cayce, Ky. the local option law. Maggie Oldsby peace. Will Jor A lot of new sheet music just re- $5 for breach of tho dan MO for breach of the peace Har ceived. Come and look it over. ry Williams $5 for breach of peace. J. E. Naylor & Co. No small ;iumbor of Hlckmanltvs FOR SALE A No. 1 good milk aro wanting to know tho wherefores cow and young calf, at a bargain. of a strange lumlnus body which ap Apply to Q. II. Threlkeld. pears on the eastern horizon about The colored population will pull off 10 o'clock at night. People who ore their annual emancipation celebra not known to .drink are vouching for the nightly appearance of this Strang tion In' this city, Saturday, Aug.7. light, and largo crowds have watched "I Love My Husband," but "Oh It from the hill tops for 'several You Rook." We have it ; plays 10 nights past. It has a tendency to good games. J. E. Naylor & Co. travel from east southward, never rls lng as does other celestial bodies, Eat Jones' Home-Mad- e and at times will disappear complete' Bread and Ice Cream made ly. then reappear in a changed man' ncr. It Is larger than a star and of fresh daily. a dark color. A party of Fulton peo Three monthB subscription to the pie watched the now light for five Courier will cost you only 2Jc. Try hours Monday night. Hypothetical It three months, If you are not al analysis Is now In order. ready taking It, See Fuqua, & Co. p 1 WATER h LIGHT BOND ACCOUNT. To bal. per April report..SU89 7J By check and interest pd. 1030.00 during May Bal. to cr. this account..S 359.73 No change in City Hall Account since last report. 4 41 S Balance Treas, W. C. Johnson, C. Report of City Marshall for May 1909: Taxes collected during MayS 34 55 Fines collected during May 177.50 I hold Treasuree's receipt S 212 05 for Tom Dillon, Jr., C. M, On motion the foregoing reports were received, ordered spread upon the records, published and filed. On motion Council adjourned. Positively No Goods Charged ing This Sale. Dur LOOK AT THESE PRICES 48 1 Q We hnvc Childrens Sandals, worth 65c the pair Pr.t cr Sandals, Pink Snndais and Blue Sandals, worth , Now 48c ! Ladies Via Biuchcr Oxfords, with patent tips; Ladies Vici Oxfords, common sense; Misses and Chilrcns Vici Bluchers; Tan Biuchcr Oxfords; Tan Strap Oxfords; Patent Leather Strap Oxfords, worth .50, Now 98 c Attest : H. C. Helm, C. Clerk, Tom Dillon, sr., Mayor. O o THRELKELD CAUL FIE D. Last night at eight o'clock, at the home of tho bride, Rev. Watson, of Union City, spoke tho solemn words which united In marriage Miss Threlkeld. of Stato Line, and Editor W. V. Caulfleld, of Gloster, Miss. Tho ceremony was witnessed by a largo number of relatives and friends of the contracting parties. Tho bride is the charming daughter of G. I). Threlkeld, and Is one of tho sweetest und most popular young ladles In this part of tho State, uud Is a mombcr of one ot tho oldest and best families In Fulton county. Mr. Caulfleld Is n prosperous news paper man of Gloster, Miss., being editor and publisher of tho Weekly Record, Ho Is spoken ot very high ly by those who know him host. The couple, whoso romance was consummated last night, became acquainted In tho editor's home town, where tho bride taught music two years. After tho wedding ceremony, the happy couple left for Dawson Springs to spend a few days before returning to Gloster, where they will make their home, Here's hoping all tholr troubles may be summed up In a of pica and that their joys will fill endless columns of solid nonparlcl. half-stick Grove, by Rev. Grey. the four men drowned in tho Rev, Myles, of Martin, preached to river at Hickman, July 3, only one the people here Sunday. body has been recovered up to this Guy Hall and J. O. King bad busl dale. The body found was that of a negro. On account of the high ness In Charleston Wednesday. water. It Is probable that the othors Al McDado and family aro visiting will never be fouud. relatives in Jackson, Tenn., this week. Of Nannie Tankersley was at Illckuian Master J. Randel Luten went to Saturday. Hickman yesterday, to visit his Henry Cochran, of Charleston, Is grandmother, Mrs. Maggie Randle. here on business. Fulton Leader, Saturday. Paraleo Kolley went to Hickman Wo are paying you the cost of Friday shopping. by selling an Ico Coucollection Alfred Dick and family visited at pon Book at a ten por cent discount Medley Sunday. from the face for cash. Hickman Preaching next Sunday at Locust Ico & Coal Co. Mrs. S. M. Hubbard writes from Mont Eagle, Tenn: "I am irnprov ing rapidly, and expect to oe home the last day of this month.'' DOINGS AT DORENA. 1'earl King Is having the chills. 1.48 Ladies Tan Kid Biuchcr Oxfords; Ladies Pimms! I Jidif- - Viri C.ilumi Tim. Muri I .in IV" Ladies Black Diamond and Sparkler Shoes, with Now. U8 Our 3.00 and 3.50 Shoes; Ladies Tan Kid Pumps, Ladies Tan Kid Gibson Tics; Ladies Diamond Special Biuchcr; Ladies Patent Colt Bluchers, worth 3.50, Now 2.48 298 Mens 18 Karat 4.00 Shoes: Mens Tan Call Bljc!ir IH fords; Mens Colt Biuchcr Oxfords; Mens ( ill F.- - M , Oxfnrdsr Mens Patent I rntlirr Bluchers. WOI th 2.98 M.w Mistaking his mother for u burglor, I'eter Hall, aged lit, futally shot Mrs. Annie Hull early Monday morning, at Cairo. She wus aroused during tho night, uud seeing a shadow which he thought was u burgler ho fired, the ball passing through her left lung. The family went to Cairo from Union C(ty, Tumi., two years ago. Tho Is lingering betweeu life and deuth. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi.AAAiJk Mrs. Dick Ilryant wus sick last week at the homo ot Mrs. I'olhnmus. wo-inu- u The people aro disheartened over the loss of their crops by the recent high water. James nnd Tom Campbell, of Illck uian, aro visiting some of the boys hunting Is their occupation. brother, John, spent several days here this week with relatives. Lizzie Picket and Mens Finest 5.00 Shoes; Mens Tan Coif Biuchcr Oxfords; Mens Tan Calf, 3 eye Pumps; Mens Patent Button Oxfords, Mens Patent Calf Dc Luxe Oxfords; Mens Cushion Insole Shoes; Mens Patent Colt Button, worth 5.00. Now 348 . MENS HATS. Choice of any 1.25 to 175 Straw Hat .75c Choice of any 3 00 to 2.00 Straw Hat 08c Choice of Lion and Dig Dear Brands 3 00 and 2.50 Hats, at 1.50 LADIES SKIRTS 5.00 Ladies Skirls, black, Ladies Skirts in Poplins, Granites, Chiffon, Plan 1 blacks and browns, 10 f ! 2.00 5 i - 'i, 08 O Don't forget that we have cut the price on Ladies, Miss es and Childrens Summer Shoes-MILL- ET & NAYLOR. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Jack Sarrett, who has a position at the veueer mill as oiler, was knocked from a ladder, Wednesday morning, by a slipping bait. Ho was hurled to the floor, fulling on his right wrist and crushed the bones In It Tho break was a bad one, the bones protruding through the flesh. Dr. C. W. Curlin was called at. oncu and the wound dressed. Mr Surratt luuy be disabled for two monthB. Sydney and Roy Stocking attended Odlo Jones, wlfo and baby, of Now services at tho Catholic church In Jersey, arrived hero Monday to visit Hickman Sunday. Mrs. Km ma Stephens, Mrs. K. H. J'rather and Mrs .L. I Ellison. Myrtle and Pearl King spent a few days with Mrs. J. H. Pickett's family of Hickman, last weok. ,.,., WASH GOODS. cut to DRESS GOODS. 10c Wash Goods, cut to "' , 25c Wash Goods, cut to 7c 10c 13c Silks. Wool Dress C Linens, Hosiery, Noli n ' j, ,- 1 Cut in Prices keepinE Joe IClng uud wife returned homo last Wednesday, after u Visit with the formers brother, J. O. King Mrs. Mumlo L. McLaughlin and son, Cullle , of St, Louis, Is visiting her pureuts, Mr, und Mrs, J. N. llradsbaw, Mrs. M. S. Dltworo way forced to close her school at Dryauts School House last Friday ou account ot the Hickman Furniture Co, V wh ,h,r , - And Embalmers.. Funeral Directors ELLISON BROS Hickman. - Hickman, TafvpAen AT. so Kentucky Kentucky. water, REIT JULYCLEARING S JiLE s THE SALE YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR IS THE BEST OF THEM ALL jj Good merchandise is to be bought now at wonderfullly low prices, the smallest prices of the year. of chances to make each dollar spent return two dollars' of value. There are hundreds The Articles Below are a few of the Hundreds of Bargains Offered TABLE . w W- i 1 LINENS AND NAPKINS 21c 43c CLEARING SALE OF WASH 69c no DRESS GOODS We offer the following at less than cost to us, we are overstocked and want to close out. Novelty Wool Suiting, in checks, stripes and neat figures, form. er price 50 and 60c, now 35c Panamas, all wool, plaids, strspes, etc., sold for 85c 59c Fancy Mohairs and Panamis, worth 1.00 and 1.10, at All Wool Taffeta Rayes, silk finished, evening shades, Henriet98c tas' etc., regular 1.50 goods, now MATTINGS RUGS AND CURTAINS housekeeper will welcome this under price sale of household furnishings at absolutely the lowest prices we have ever made. Every $5.00 le Table Linen ',3 w is Table Linen Table Linen f C t: v $ C i 'e iJDie ti TibleLlnen ri Tible Linen cd Table Linen GOODS The materiali are not only extremely low in piice, but all powet itylei that make them very desirable. Latett Lawna, bright and snappy itylei, worth 5 and 6c 4c Fancy Lawns, and Batiste, stripes, checks and floral designs, 8c Goods, now 5c Org indies, Batiste and Lawns, fine finished goods in attractive now patterns, former price 10 and 12 8c Pretty Colored Batiste, regular price 15 and 20c, now One lot of odds and ends, good styles, 20 and 25c a yd One lot of figured White Goods for waists and dresses, slightly toiled on ends, 24c and JOc values 15c One lot Pongee, Linens and Silk Tissues, 50 and 60c a yd. 25c Bates and Red Seal Ginghams, that sold for 12 at 10c All prints, best brands, regular 6c and 7c goods, at .. ,. 5c Best brands in Percales, 10 and 12 c goods 8fyC and 10c c, 39c c NAPKINS c 3 3 69c j Napkins 98c Matting Rugs 9x 12 $3.98 $9.00 Igraln Rugs 10 x12 $6.43 $12.50 Tap. Brussels Rugs, 9x11. $9.48 $13.50 Tap. Brussels Rugs, 9x12$10.98 $15.50 & $16.50 Tap. Brussels, 9x12 $25.00 Axmlnster Rugs, 9x12 54.00 Axmlnster Rugs, 3x6 $2.50 Axmlnster Rugs, 27x54 $2.00 Fibre Rugs, 3x6 j. If I K t.t C eJ.i dui Napkin Napkins r..$1.59 $2.98 at $12.98 $1.98 Napklm ; M r U ' lt H. TOWELS Twtll ash Towels 8c 12c 19c T.wel r t I ren Towels D;' T.weli C;' Tweii 12?c lie SILKS! SILKS! $19.48 $3.25 $1.39 $138 39c 8c 11c COUNTERPANES W " c, te Counterpane W $' it 1 t X) te Counterpane W ie Counterpane Wf te Counterpane ut camera) 1, 50 3 MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Ca- - tr c Cortet Covert 21c T. ' ei Coriet Cover 45e -- Tied Cortet Covert ...,79c i.t .t orners) camera) 59c 98c $1.19 $1.59 $1.25 $1.69 . Are you wanting silks for now or future needs you should take advantage of the following reductions. Jopolcin Silks, regular price 40c, clearing sale 25c Silk Foulards, Bijou Silks, plain and tancy colors, regular price 50c and 60c, now 39c All Silk Messalines and Taffetas, fancy and solid colors and designs, sold for 60c ond 75c, now 59c Odds and ends of all kinds must go at .. f Off MATTINGS 15c China Matting 20c China Matting 25c Japanese Matting 30c Japanese Matting 35c aJpanese Mating 11c 15c 19c 25c 27c CURTAINS 50c $1.98 t IH I! IV; You'll Find Here a Clothing Opportunity As You Have Never Had Before " t hand-tailore- d . 1 1 $1.00 $1.35 $1.90 $2.25 Such DRAWERS C I?; CC T -- '.r T fed Drawers Drawers Ted Drawert 21c 23c 45c 45c 65c $3.00 Arabian White Curtains. .$2.35 $2.75 $3.50 Net Curtains $3.39 $4.00 Arabian Net Curtains $3.69 $4.50 Arabian Net Curtains Odds and ends In Net Curtains, one and two pair of a kind, worth $2.00 at White Nottingham Curtains, .39c White Nottingham Curtains. 79c White Nottingham Curtains. 98c White Nottingham Curtains$1.19 and 2.50 Arabian White Curtains $1.98 and $2.50 at '2OFF GOWNS c: Gows fsrL V.t Tr - ed Gownt T. -- med Gownt 98c EMBROIDERY C C l C t;t :- 7" Cover ctt Cover -t Cover ;e Cover Nj ; sok K .. N; -. L - k Oaby Embroidery Embroidery Embroidery Embroidery Oabv Sett Sett ...19c ...25e ...45c ...59c 9c 11c 15e There is no need to talk about Hart Schnffner & Marx Clothes. You all know-thaso they arc the finest ready to wear clothing made. Vc give you choice of all our $20.00 and $25.00 fancy and blue serge suits at Youths Suits, worth $5.00 to $10.00, clearing price .. 3.50 Mens Suits, worth 0.5U to 12.50, clearing price 5.00 Mens Suits, worth 2.50 to 5.00. clearincr nrice 7.50 The three above lots arc odds and ends and broken lots not the latest cuts, but most desirable qualities. NOVELTY COTTAGE CURTAINS $5.00 Novelty Muslin Curtains. . .$3.98 $4.00 NoveltyMuslin Curtains. . .$2.98 $2.00 $15. -- 89c 79c $1.00 Cottage Curtains 39c 50c Curtain Net, by the yard 60c Curtain Net, by the yard.... 42c $15 Cottage Curtains Cottage Curtains $1.69 1 Daby 8ett MOTHERS AND BOYS LOOK HERE! Boos 2.50 Straight Boys 3.50 Straight Boys 5.00 Straight HOSIERY AND GLOVES Wt W At Itertlng at 25c 39o 11c t v .c, Mambera Embroidery. 15c to Alerting Pant Suits must go at Pant Suits must go at Pant Suits must go at MENS HATS, in broken lots. .1 25 1.50 .2.50 .3.00 10c LadiesBlack and 20c Ladies black and 35c Ladles plain and at at tan hose.... 8c tan lisle hose, fancy lisle hoss, 13c LACES ' ' n, Cluny .. .ZO and Fine Irlth, per cent OFF Mens Mens Mens Mens Boys MENS PANTS, at saving prices. 1.75 and 1.50 pants at 2.50 pants at 3 50 and 4.00 pants at 5 00 pants 1.00 straight pants . LADIES & MISSES SHOES EP Rtci A Co., $3.50 tan calf and " ,...$2.48 r- -1 i A Co., $3.50 patent t .1.98 ..2.98 3 98 Broken lots in Beaver and Keystone, 3 00 and 2 50 felt hats Odds and ends in Caps to close r) ... ZU OFF n per cent sy l w i " tuede and bronxe k and tan vlcl Oxfords, kid $2.98 .98 ...75c Choiee of Straw Hats for men and boys MENS HOSIERY 50c Mens lisle thread hose, plain and fancy 35c Fancy lisle hose 15c and 20c Fancy cotton hose HALF OFF J4 Off 23c 50c Ladles plain and fancy lisle hose, 39c at 59c 75c Ladles silk lisle hose 5c Childrens black cotton hose 11c Chlldrens 15c fancy hose 19c Childrens 25c fancy hose 35c Ladles 50c silk gloves Ladles 75c long white and black 50c gloves, at Ladies $1.25 long silk gloves ...75c I I TRUNKS 39c 25c 13c Trunks $8.00 Trunks $5.00 Trunks $3.50 Trunks 3.00 Trunks $10.00 k vicl Oxfords C k v,ci Oxfords c J ends in ladlet d $?.00 " l MENS SHIRTS. Brnken lot 1.50 shirts, choice Odds and ends 1.00 shirts, mostly large size. 1.25 Outing shirts 65c and 75c Negligee shirts 1.00 and 1.25 Night shirts 98c 75c $12.00 Trunks .'.$9.93 $1.69 $1.48 ,...$8.48 $4.25 $2.98 $6.98 $2.43 thoet, worth 79c ,98c ,.45c ,.89c v - .J , 3 M.ES AND CHIljDnENS. p..,rt eatngr and Un VC ox. $1.79 ' "dpumpt Fa'ct leather and blueher ox- Fa'c-- t, 65c and 50c Plain and fancy undershirts and drawers... 45c 21c 35c and 25c Shirts and drawers SUIT CASES $12.00 Suit Cases $10.00 Suit Cases $85.0 Suit Cases $5.00 Suit Cases $7.50 Suit Case $2.50 Suit Cases $1.50 Suit Cases $10.48 .1 .fO 1 " ' "i DaSd DUmni k vici and pumps -d endt In pumpt and tan and black vlcl 80c tan- - LADIES READY-TO-WEA- R AT SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS LADIES WAISTS, at real bargains. 48 5.98 4 $8.48 $7.48 $4.48 $6.48 .69c LINGERIE DRESSES. 7 00 and 7. 50 Lingerie Dresses, at 10.00 Lingerie Dresses, at MENS SHOES : WASH SUITS. Our entire stock of Linens and Wash Suits, will be another bargain sensation. They are all the latest styles coming in blue, green black and white and sold from 4 48 6 50 to 8 50, your choice for . tm S 00 Patent Oxfords A good opportunity to lay in a years supdly at about half what they usually cost. Odds and ends in 75c to 2 00 white and colored waists 39c 98c A lot of waists slightly soiled, worth 2 00 to 3.00 1 88 3.00 Black and colored silk waists, at $1.98 $1.10 MILLINELY You'll probably fim hat you want, at ai 4 00 Trimmed ; . . v , 1 . " 4 4 00 Tlr. t Black Vicl and . . 4.25 3.25 the PETTICOATS. and gingham petticoats 60c Black uear-sllpetticoats 84c Black near-sil- k petticoats 1.00 Black near-sll- k petticoats 1.25 Black near-sil- k 2. 25 Black and colored Heatherbloom skirts k lices, 00 Patent Oxfordt Av" J "fr'i.al ! 50 Patent .. tnd Tan 3 48 SKIRTS. Lot 1. 32 skirls, odds and ends, worth 3.00 to 4 50 Lot 2, 15 sklrtt, odds and ends, worth 4 50 to 8.50 6 50 to 7.50 hjack, black blue and brown skirts, at .. 2.98 .. 2 48 3 48 4 98 48c 69c 70c 98c 1.89 Hats Trimmed Hats 7 00 Trimmed Hats 9 00 & 10.00 5 00 1.98 2.98 8.48 JfcOff YOU'LL HAVE SALE TO'HURRY j CLOSES NEXT WEEK, II 5 Ifl If f MM II II A AMBERG SALE PRICES CASH SO BRING YOUR POCKETBDOK i WHAT MAY HAPPEN IMS.) To My Friends: have entered the Fulton Lender nuto contest nnd nm up nt the top of the list now. I nm the only enndidnte this side of Cayce nnd I ask that you give mc your support nnd intiucncc. I ALL I I i S0RTS44kvJ I1 (Copyright. prescriptions filled nu,r If you wish to hnvc M"M l"f K. Davidson spent Sunday Dr. S. in Cairo. Mr. Rainey, of Humboldt, visited here Sunday. I III ("I 'I' I 111 ' CowgiilVDrug store Help This End of the County) to Win by sending me your subscription for one year, I will npprcciate it. . EDGAR NAYLOR. QUARTERLY REPORT of the condition of Dank Farmers &. Merchant a THE HICKMAN COURIER tor tho genuine Dutch Tea It. Mooro. S. I). Lutcn ninilo n business trip to Kulton, Snturday. Hugh Ed Curlln Is a crry sick boy, Ho has typhoid fover. L. D, Smith made a business trip to Wickliffe, Tuesday. How about that new game, Trail? We have it too. All the go now. J. E, Naylor & Co. Ask Rusk.-G. where you may Drug wan,raytur any hour M1L9JI wain ill's (Inri r( Eat Jones' Home-Ma- de "tcveH Wtsttm Ktntack LAt V Urui" Bread nnd Ice Cream 'made SPEER & SEXTON, PUBLISHERS .1.1.. iiuiiTi.ai t.wnril(.Vn..n fVt.t.., j ..in., v. . . n .nr. wvum uuiii. of Fulton, NtMe of Kentucky, nt the clor fresh daily. Jubicrlptlan SI a IVnr This phlr stops or uusinrs on me sin uny oi juiy. iv wi . Vntl L,. t ...liivlhllnn otilr Clarence Henry, J. M. Kiollo nnd ltKSOUKUKH Ttie Coiirlrr Just ns you do poslnse (in pi: II. Moore are spending tho week at Uiulj in AUvnnce, We make JiO exception INin nnd discounts with Dawson Springs. one or more endorser in surety hw.wi Mr. Webb and party and Mr. 9.471 W 1909 Time loans on collateral g.fttfl' 87 Due from Knt'l tank Rice and party, of Fulton were here U.S. nnd Nntlonnl ltnnk Notes 7.MS 00 Sunday in their automobiles. Specie v... 7AM0CI Mississippi left her Because tbo Mrs. Bcttlo Trnvls and daughter, Ohecki nnd other rash 18.S74 OH banks lost week, thousands of acres Items 879 Oft Miss Mattlo, left Saturday for Nash 11 of corn on either side of tho river Overdrafts unsecured weeks, Tns.es 0 Ml ville, Tonn., to spend several have been utterly destroyed just at Current Kxpenset l'ntd II 11 Don't forget that Edgar Naylor the tlmo when the crop was practical llnnklng House 1,J0 (U ly made, after spending money, tlmo Other tusets not Included under is racing for the auto. Give him 0 () and hard work, many bottom farmers nny of above bends your subscription or leave it at the wero compelled to watch the fruits of I143.1M S6 Book Store. tho years labor and their means of MAllII.lTIKH sustatnauce, swept away by the water Cnpltnl Miss Lula Carpenter loft Saturday stock pnld In, In of ensh whero sho will demon as it by magls. .Many SO.UU no for Trexevant, Tenn., them will feel tho blow keenly, es Surplus Fund B.(in00 probably s'pend tho rest of tho ut 41 pecially those who make their crop Undivided profits on borrowed capital. Not only does Deposits subject to check (on which Interest Is not Have you heard that new song, paid) M,7INI Fulton county suffer, but bottom Hills Pnjfible fi.au ui We'll all go Home," a Big Nev farmers from St. Louis to new Or Other liabilities not Included un Hit. We have it loo, at 25c J. up against It. Mississippi der any oi the abote heads leans are 0(0 county, Missouri, across tho river 1145.1(3 S E Naylor & Co. from Hickman, is doubtless a greater State of Kentucky, I Aza Hlckmnn, one of Obion coun oi ruiton, I sufferer than Kulton couty, as the lat I. J. ter did have somu levee protecUon nnmed A. ThoniPsOn. Cashier of the above ty's pioneer citizens, died July 11th, Hank, do solemnlf swear thnt Deas an advantage over tho former. As nboe staterrent Is true to the best of the from the effects of paralysis. my Kiiuwiruge nnu uvuei. ceased was 83 years old, nnd had re a result of the high water, all busiJ. A. Tnoxrwix, Cnsbler. ness interests of this vicinity will Subscribed and sworn to before me hr J. sided in that county most of his life. Thompson the 17th day of July, inn. A. suffer more or less. Leave your subscription for the Hosdcha.xt, Fulton Leader at the Book and SKAI. Notary IMbllc. My commission expires Feb. is, lvlt Novelty Store for J. Edgar Naylor, State banks throughout Kentucky T. A. I.rbroKn ) (). II.TliHci.KiLi) V Directors the only candidate in the race this wero not a little surprised when SecJ. l. 1ICHHAKD l retary of State Bruner failed to call side of Cayce. for reports on Juno 30. For years DOINGS AT DORENA. The contract for tho building of It has been customary for these rea new school house, In Educational ports to bo called for at two stated District No. 1, was let Thursday to John Maddox was sick last week. periods June 30 and December 31. Jake W .Roberts and C. C. Atcs, who always ready with reBurse Doss was on tho sick list Bankers are wero tbo lowest blders. Their bid ports on these dates, and were ready last week. Hev. Methenv nreaehml to thn nnn. was 1790. Tho building wilt go up on Juno 30, but tho call came not. between now and September 16th. Br. Bruner gave out a statement In plo hero Sunday. L. L. Hlnshaw had htmlnpM nt Enat which he said he would call for these Several camels havo been seen re statements later "at a tlmo when I'ralrlo last week. cently in tho Arizona desert. They yu know not" believing that such a .Mrs. Dick Bryant, of East Prairie. are a part of the number brought to course will best protect the interests Is visiting Mrs. Polhamus. this country by tho United Status Charllo Caldwell, of Hickman, was government in 18C0 for work In the of depositors and investors. guest of Guy Hall a few days military department. They were not tho TH, July 82, 4 Payment of Slate WamM. We are in re , Ing from the Sti This office is n future the Audit r sending Treasure amounts due rlim will mall his waru If College Students Take Literally the Advleo nf a Harvard Professor to thereby not causiM Flirt. and danger of mi. ilble loss in the n I the warrants to DE HOME-MApayment. As a matter of a ience to those as well as to this tgest and advise '.sent out by the Ai with your local ii U will probably For the present our bread wagon is not running, but the pay alt warrants , . . JONES' sOsEdAilD f - Famous (fresh baked) Bread can be bought from that we are un: ( , JAS. HUNT, West Hickman, JONES' CAFE, Old Hickman, HICKMAN JOINT STOCK CO. AND returned with chnsj t are paid. If the above s ;? plied with, payrn'i with more promts. loss through the n ' minimum. . W. T. SUDBERRY, E. Hickman. DAVE RICHMONDS, O. " JlskforJOMES HOME-MADE O-- Bread. Baked Dally In Hickman. C. W. (Cbarl.' 4 Fulton's popular 'T Tuesday to rec. shipped to Mm at Line Steamer. W been slightly use !, ' the swellosH evtr Wonder county. doesn't get the h ii One of the Le f w - v - a x . last week. Dr. I'nrfhnr Ptirlln mniln A nrnfna- The farmers who have good crops of wheat this year probably will mak slonal trip last Monday to see Mrs. inoremoney than the havo for years Aianon uick. Mrs. M. S. DILmnrn wrnit tn bpr on their wheat. As a result of tho rehomo In Dyer, Tcnn., Friday and cent rains which have greatly delay- stayed until Sunday. ed threshing and the great call made Mrs. on the olevators completly exhausting man, Patterson and family of Hickspent the fourth with her sislast year's wheat crop Is selling at ter. Mrs. B. C. White. prlco for this Ume of yea tho highest Clarence Whlto went to Cairo last that has been known since the war. week to bo treated by doctors there, The elevators throughout tho country lie has been sick some tlmo. are practically clear of any of last Tbo Fourth passed off hero with a crop, an unusual occurence at this wedding. Alfred Dick and Mrs Mao season. This makes tho demand for Vanse went to Clinton and wero new wheat greater. This and other Joe King and wlfo, of Mabel. Ky.. conditions Including the weather Is are at tho homo of J. O. King. prlco. the cause of the advanced Lillian Hall is hero from Blythes- vlllo spending a few days with 0 The government Is calling for bids A musical etcrtalnment was enjoy on a concrete tower COO feet high, ed lost Friday night at the homo of and tapering from a base 60 feet in Mrs. Maddox. Tho outter guests wero and dlamoter to eight feet at tho top. Misses Mlntlo Stoker, Julia Itlley Olll Murray McAdoo, accompanied by This tower Is to bo used for tho 3,- - and Lotla Smith, of Hickman, A Jol000 mile wireless telegraph station ly time reported. which is to bo built for tho navy do partmont. Tho tower will be sltuat' Bargain Days Friday and Satur ed in Ilock Creek Park, Washington, day at Naylor's Book and Novelty D. C, and it Is hoped from this sta' Store. Lots of new goods on sale tion that the navy department can keep in touch with vesBols of tho at 5c, 10c, 15c and 25c values, nev navy at any point on the North At er before offered. lantic ocean. O Hickman Lodge 761 F. & A. M. Tbo news from Washington Is to the effect that tho Senate havo conHickman Lodge No. 761, F. & sumed 490 worth of lemonado in the A. M., will meet in regular commulast thirty days. The senatorial thirst nication next Monday night at 7 :30. has been appeased, from all signs, by Visiting brothers cordially invited. nothing but lemonado and tho RepubH. C. Helm, Master. lic still lives, as the late Mark Hanna D. Owens, Sec'y. put it. Let all true pa might havo Work in M. M. Degree trlots be thankful. a success however and wero turned loose to dlo. Although selling at a much higher prlco than it has for a number of years, tho crop this year is not as good as it has been for the last few years. The yield Is not so heavy nnd the uqallty Is not so good as It has been In other years whon It sold for 85 cents a bushel. Tho prlco being paid now Is $1.05 and $1.08 per bushel and If tho present conditions con- tlnuo It probably will go hlghor. er kindred diseases The time for typhoid fever and oth Is now hero, and every citlzon of Hickman should seo that bis premises are cleaned up. It has beeu established by scientific experiment that tho common housefly Is often tho carrier of typhoid germs. Any kind of filth, especially that of tho stables. Is a breeding place for flies. Protoct your family and neighbors by cleaning up all rubbish and filth about your house Big Cut in Prices on Ladies, Misses and Childrens Oxfords and Slippers. MILLET & NAYLOR. Miss Laura Brown, of this city, ac cepted a position ou tbo 16th Fob., in Kokomo, lnd., as stenographer and private socretary in a largo mall or der and department store, and her work has beeu so satisfactory that the house has given her a ten days vacatlou from July ICth. Sho left Kokomo ou the 15th for Buffalo, N. Y via Clovelaud and Lako Erlo routo and will bo out ton days, Including her stop at Cleveland, whero sbu will visit her cousin, II. Clark, who went there from bore seven or eight years ago. Mr. Clark 4s Interested In a large produce and commission house. Ho is tho graudsou of Mrs, E, Hose, of lllckmuu. A O In the past threo years tho stork has made three successive visits to tho homo of an Itawamba county, Ml., family. Tho first time two boys wero left, tho second time three, and a few days ago four boys wero left, making nine boys for tho throe v!IU. All tho children are living, O My Husband," but "Oh We have it ; plays 10 You Rook.'- good games. J. E. Naylor & Co, 1 "I Love Mrs. E. G. Beale and son, Ed ward, after spending a week with Mrs. W. I. Garrett, left for their home in Memphis, fust of the week advertising payT Select six Mrs. A. G. Klmbro and children that advertise. Select six that firMt & HradstreeU. arc visiting relatives at Crutcbfield. don't. Tkw S4o Dunn -- Dom Home Telephone Co. Tom Smith, of Fulton, was here Monday on business. The local or Hickman Independ Robert DeBow spent Sunday in ent Home Telephone Co., has at last got the new system on its feet. Union City with homefollcs. J. T. Dillon leaves Saturday for The central office Is in the B. G. New York and other points on his Hale building, where a new, up-t- o date Sweedish-America- n Board, with vacation. L00 drops, has been installed with Help J. E. Naylor win the auto by other necessary fixtures. sfi ding or giving him your subscripTheir first phone was put in the tion to the Fulton Leader. Southern Express Company's office Jim Davie Covington and Miss Ituth and others will be put in as soon as Wright, of Wlngo, wore married on the lines can be run. At present, Wednesday ovenlug. over 100 phones have been spoken Contractor J. H. Provow began although no oanvas has been cottage (or for, work on a new made for subscribers on the new Steve Stahr, on Dyersburg Road. system. All indications point to a Misses Irene and Lillian Williams, rapid growth of the independent of Crystal, Tenn., left Saturday, af ter a visit with Mrs. Fannie Shaw. Manager Allen Davis deserves all the credit for making this business Eat Jones' Home-Ma- de go. His persistence, In the face of Bread and Ice Cream made many odds, kept the proposition on fresh daily. its feet ; and from now on its sucMrs. Tunny Curlln, wlfo of Thos. cess is assured. The uncertain stage Curlln, at Union City, died at her of the game is past. home, July Hth, of paralysis. 8ho This system is the of was formerly a Miss Edwards, nnd what srems to our people an exorbiwas born In 1815. tant price charged for service by Edgar Niylor is leading all the the Cumberland people. Being uncandidates a warm race for the auto, able to get any concessions from to be given away next month. Help them in this line, Hickman has una Hickman boy to win by giving him dertaken to operate a mutual conyour subscription cern, and according figures submitt Saturday afternoon Hickman play ed by other towns, will be able to ed the Brownsville team, and beat get service now at less than one-ha- lf them badly, making a score of 19 to what we are payinjr the dear 0. Mack Reid and Floyd Naylor old generous Cumberland. So far pitched for the home team and Wil as the quality of service Is concernliams and Williams lor the Browns- ed, we will get as good or belter ville boys. Reid made good, strik- - than we are getting at present. ing out 21 men and only allowing 2 Bob Underwood and his sister, to reach first base. Brownsville Mrs. Ella Royalty, will have charce will play the Hickman boys here of the central office. The exchange again Saturday and try to right will not b: iu operation before the themselves. first of August, however. But On Thursday evening of last week, watch her grow when It does start. Mrs. A. M. Tyler entertained a Every business house In Hickman number of friends in honor of her should and doubtless will have guests, Miss Mattie Belle Shumate, a home telephone. of Newbern, and Miss Winifrede The new auto line between here Delvecchio, of Dyersburg, Tenn. Progressive rook was played with and Fulton ought to stimulate the much interest, of which there were good roads movement to some Dainty Japanese fans four tables were presented the young ladles and R. H. Llghtfoot, of Somerville, whist brooms the gentlemen as sou- was here on business In connection venirs, An excellent salad course with the Farmers Gin and Grain Co. and ices were seived. this week. cx-te- ' . Jack and Luther Saturday night n ' ' break over a in... . their corn feldi have saved their ' been for toe l ..i" i thought. Albert Jamiion of one Henry charging him wit). ed to take the fom Naylor released . Both ate negroes fr , TAKEN UP a Black and has r splits In right ear ' and will be sold once. Tom Dil. . A lot of new ' ceived. Come ar i J. E. Naylor & I .i c In " ' -- i'- MrsT Clarenc of Fulton, now of her sister, Mrs t I s , ' week. CHEAP EOTSI JULY 26 TO NASHVILLE OVER N.C.&St.l.Kv- - $2.y ROUND IRIPFR5HHi!MJ s TAIN LEAVES? 10AM-Ticket- Gootl 2 Da' R. B. JOHNSON, AgtJ Formerly of Hickman. I Mi r.j - tjret every nlflht at the URIC , l M Sanion li in Un wife spent Sun- elU BARGAINS Wash Goods, including Lawns Batiste, Swiss Applique, Voiles, Suitings, Ginghams, White Goods; also Fancy Silk Waists and Waist Patterns, at cost. Ladies Tan Pumps and Slip- All our I L , -- .li and JM ( 7-- vwlon that i "Wlborlno" onlor to 'm i Krocery , ,. ,J , L" a'... J i. , - ,,.inmnt lit rUltlnK Mm. nhm City. A cheap building lot In This office. at, I . j Urown U visiting yuntry this week. & ro- - wj,"t r r - 0 lino of bottled and canned lletUTsworth , 111 I leather's. RA lyl'fi'H Tuesday night for f, , to attend the racei. ,,,, "j. M , aie ail Waih Suitifor $4.28 oMiTii cc amhwvu. was in Cape Gtrar nai tn business, lait Wed- the- - V - do at the 'Hick- - U r, L.-.- ng? M-t- pers. One lot of Ladies, Misses and Childrens Slippers, at less than cost. Mens and Boys Pants and Shirts at greatly reduced price. A special from Paducah says: "Despondent over ill health and financial embarrasment, Prof. W S. James, aged 60 years, a leader and teicher of brass bands, committed suicide Monday, by taking morphine. Very little is known of him here. He came to Paducah about two months atto from Nashville. Tenn. At the boarding house where e stopped he claimed to be a cou sin of Congressman Ollie James. He also had said he was related to Jesse and Frank Jam:s. He had been drinking heavily. In a note he left he said he suffered from asthma and catarrh." Some 30 years ago, James resid ed in this city and was band instruc tor of the Hickman band, A few of those whom we recall as members of that band were Jno. T. Dodds, R. B. Brevard, B. Moore, John Perry, Rob Nelson, Tap Bynum, Gid Garrett, Joe Kirkpatrick, Harry James, Frank Stigler and Dick Robinson. o HAPPENINGS AT CAYCE. u:: r.i nno Jcritiy cow,t fluro.-Ky. Dr. a.: 1.. k .., C. W. Cur-- . UOaM SJS.00 Hart Shaffner 's at SIS SO at SMITH tc B.g Sale. Au :r hai moved hit frame R II K r of R. L. Gray's shop, L p, ' f his lot. L '1 I. & !Jrx I ...FUQUA, HELM & CO... MTJSICALE PAT Wolf Island. - ' l ' r 1 if:!.: .it T Naylor win the aulo by John Kates, tho piano man. of Mar tvmg him your subscrip-f tin, was hero Tuesday ' 'fce Leader. By (ribiUtton of the Woman's Guild of the Episcopal Church, the talented '"Burns Cousins" wtllgfbe a rtcital at the Lyric, Friday evenFred Caio apvnt a fow days of ing, Julv 23rd. this wvek In Nashville, on business. ONE 7 1 I! U and wife left today for Allen Hrlght and Irvine Ilrevard Duet-"- Qui Vive" tl r t - ? at Arlington, after a visit Kint Saturday and Sunday at tho Mnry itntl (itorec lliirrm father, L. A. Brock. Lake. r'l V rm Grown to be a Man" Recitation "When Miss Charlotto Hubbard has roturn- J L Owens, of Mooile, Ala., is lUmer IkMpll Ilurrui t cf D Owens, our handsome td from n visit to Miss Mary Uolls, VERDI Violin Solo "It Trxrvotore" at Hells, Tcnn. is. j s...ir.p!iihed telephone manag- V. V. Ilriuneld Kutri Whllo Mr. Mitchell la away on a LA FUONTAINE Piano Solo "The Fountain'" ahort visit, I). Owons Is looking after Mny IlrUirt I ft. I'resses that sold from tho Lvo Una business. Vocal Soto "Thy Sentinel Am r.'J.$l"0O, reduced to Carl Townsend is home from Daniel Hnnei Ilurrut tsi ys at Smith & 'Ambbrc's Quincy, Ills., where he is attending Duet- -" Sleigh de" school taking a business course. Onrrle nnd Kuth Ilurrua Frpresent Indications, cotton Smith & Amderg's Big Clearing Violin Solo"cPizicato" from-. ..SYLVIA open next month, and Katlirrlnu Ilurrua tit L. al market will be in the neigh-t.rf- c Sale offers you chances to buy Ox fords cheaper than ever before. -- PART 7W0:Jcf SO. Lrt J H Peebles and party, of WIENHIAN Eat Jones' Home-Ma- de Piano Solo',cDalse Te Concert" lb; N C. li S. L., were here yester-1- 7 Carrie Ilurrui Bread and Ice Cream made n ir inspecting tour and possl-- l fresh daily. Vocal Solo Selected. y ctber railroad business. Dnnlel llnynoa Ilurrua W. R.Cole, formerly of this place, .FITTO MATTEL u. I' Newton, returned from now of Hobart, Okla., drew a build- Piano Solo "Grand Vatse De Concert" KaiintK lole HrKiIlfM Merph.i yesterday. He was ing lot free in Hobart last week. Violin Solo-"Fa- ust" home by his sister, Mrs. He has been offered $500 for the W. W. Itrsirii'M Kttri und Mlsi llvlen HaviKf of Tiptonville, who will Jt. A:rn, lot. The lucky rascal "Szt cPianoa) "Rhapsodic Hongroise" cwral weeks here. '?.. Tuesday afternoon from four to six. (6) "Polish Dance" scharwenka Remember, when you get a blue Mnry Ilurrua Holm was tho hostess car ri the corner of your paper or Miss Illaucho o of tho Kntreo Nous Club. Misses JIdmmissiou 25 Cents. f:.'aj railing attention to your Ilondurant and Victoria llondur-un- t to this paper expiring wero outsldo kuvbIs. An onjoy- M it .U stop the following week, From 9:30 to 11:30 Thursday mornable tltuo waa had playing progres Tho veneer mill was closed down "options to this rule. sive Itafflcs, of which thero wuro 4 Tuesday on account of a hot benrlng ing, of last week, .Mm .J. M. Hub-bnr- d "I etortalned n number of friends awisulli fans will cross bat tables. HefroHhvmta of banana cako In the new turblno engine, but was K k'i,an tomorrow back In operation Wodcsday morning. nt "ROO." Mrs .Holenor, of Cincinafternoon. In and cream weru served. ''-" Tho visitors will brim; a nati, guoat of Mrs. II. M. Islor, was an l'astor M. Ii. lllaiioy has demonstra Mrs. Jentilo Taylor and bnby, and '"";' J tarn than they havo over guest. Punch wna served can revive Dinners Miss Hello Taylor, of Home, Oa., are out cd that a revival lS t !r us the gueats arrived, nnd later nil about hnlf of whom nro In tho hottest weather. Iloforo tho tho guests of Cnpt. Hackett nnd fam' J I' on Hty appetizing naiad course Kvangellst Cocke and Mm. Calvert ily this week. Dave C'orum, who has n responsible came, quite a good many members of Richard l'rather and wlfo, of Ark- position la a Mississippi bank. Is here tho Christian church, and of other You will be surprised at churches, said "It la too hot and ansas, are visiting relntlvoR at State vlHitlng homo folks nnd old friends. I J no. the reductions on Ladies, people are too busy to hold' a suc cessful nieetlug." Ilev. lllaney said Mines and Childrens Low "I have always found Uod ready and Cut Shoes. Come and see the people outsldo of the church to when church JW-MILLE- T & NAYLOR. be ready Tho the that fiftyItself Is young willing." fact men climbed tho hill and came to oveulug, beThGJ, Ryan, formerly of this city, tho Christian church last sides tho crowd that gathered urouud k n th U. S. regular army and tho church, shows that young men of ttationM at Ft. McPherson, Ga is Hickman aro no exception but nro to his brother, Jno. as anxious to do right uu those of ty"!. He has a 60 days furlough. any other place. It tho young people Mr. Ryan was formerly in the barber of Hickman are not nt work In tho towns here -s- ome four years ago church, tho fault, doubtleHs, may bo traced to tho fact that tho older peo 'th Bruce Coulter, and is well ple who nro church members nro not "own to our citizens. working to savo tholr sons and daughters from tho deceptions of alu. Tu.8(jay m,nus a ,arBu party or tho ChrlHtlau church " K'u vkent up on tho Ford All me in burn of . aro requested to bo pretiont ut roll ' "1 to moot tho Stncker Uo, ro- -. cull Sunday morning at It o'clock. "'K I'duusday -t -- - I. saian Negro second ball J Pulton, Tuesday. tern ... : 1 ' 11 in favor of Hickman. Fuqua, Helm ti Co. for bargains in Embroideries, Laces, etc. Here M. we come. Rev. Walker and fnmlt V9f, v! eft- ing his parents. Born to Mrs. Charlie Meneese, Monday, a girl. Miss Ethel Edmistnn viciUrt frUr,A. in Jordan, last week. Henrv Burrus and wif nnf Sun day with Dick Scearce. Miss Rosa Underwood nf Tnr,ir, was here Monday, shopping. Miss Annie Tohns home from a visit at Bandana, Ky. Lois Freeman is visitincr hr ter, Mrs. Chester Wright, this week. H. P. Tohnson shinnir! of fine sheep and cattle, this week. Willie Roberson. of Tc Ala., is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Eliza F' -. . - 1 I.u-cll- NEW BRICK Send us your orders Our new kiln of Brick was a successful Burn ovonluir. W. II. Wlf0 ttud K' U- or sm made tho trip to St .Uula. ,u lurtv ron.lui...i ...... ... . ,"'J O Stock For Sale. ' NIo Mii,l,i,v W Hull' Mluu m J' Two good work mules; 1 good brood mare in foal s 2 year old sad-di- e horse, broke to harness; 6 brood M,M Charlotto I Hubbard. sowst and lot of sheep. Jno. D muirK, Clareuco C'orum und 2p. Mayes. ,,..VirKtula. l'nlbur, ....... L.OUUO AlWOOU, W. A. Dodds TELEPHONE 34 is on the sick list, this Misses Audrev Camnhcll nnH T?or. week. line Edmiston visited in Moscow, Arthur Brinkley left for Clinton, bund ay. Saturday. Misses Mary and Ruth Kelley and Eddie Ivey was a visitor at MedMyrtle Oliver were here Monday, ley, Sunday. shopping. Mrs. Mattie Logan is on the sick Bob Roper and little daughter, list, this week. Eula, visited friends in Rutherford, Fred Winger made a flying trip to a few days last week. Hickman, Thursday. Mrs. Emily Mayes and little Wesley Spicer is visiting relatives granddaughter, of Nashville, are visiting relatives here. at Sikeston, this week. Bill Findley, of Charleston, is in our town, this week. Woodland Mills. Miss Minnie Roper was the guest of Mrs. Willie Scott, Sunday. Hugh Ed Curlin is improving Mrs. Atta Fleshman is visiting her nicely. friend, Mrs. Daley, this week. Dr. Savage filled his regular apGuy Hall and Pony Ammerson, pointment here, Sunday. of Dorena, were here, Thursday. Helen and Louise Flack are the guests of Ruth Burrus, this week. Miss Pearl Botter, who has been L. P. Ellison and wife visited at sick for the past month, is improvthe home of H. L. Curlin, Sunday. ing. Henry Oakley, of Nashville, is Miles Lee and Richard Logan made a flying trip to Cairo, Tues- visiting Miss Jennie Pruette, this week. day. Dr. Pace, of McKVnzI. rtnrn,i Roy Hitchcock and Lindsay a' .v.h.uwu Cauthorn had business at Medley, to his home Wednesday, after a r; i. visu i3 menus nere. Friday. Miss Mary White Berry has reMrs. Lydia Browning was at Medley's Landing, Monday, visit- turned home from Hickman where she visited Miss Dottie Davidson. ing friends. Miss Fredda Simmons returned to Misses Doll and Grace Logan were the guests of Miss Katie Bot- her home in Union City, Monday, after a week's stay with Miss Curter, Monday. lin. We are going to lose our new's A party consisting of the young boy, Frank Johnson, as he will leave people, chaperoned by Mrs. Peter for St. Louis, soon. Prather picniced at Hubbard's CemMrs. Fannie Jackson, of Wolf etery, Tuesday. Island, is visiting friends near Clin Messrs. Herman Dietzel and ton, Ky., this week. Grady Tisdale, of Union City, Tom Edwards and Robert Levan, Misses Mary Ella Harris, of Rives, of Anniston, were the guests of Mr. and Mary Bratton, of Elkins, West Logan and family, Sunday. Va., are the guests of Miss Prudie Willie Fleshman, who has been Marshall, this week. sick, is now able to take a trip to Last Friday evening Miss Bras-fiel- d Indiana, with his grandfather. entertained a few friends at The Dorena ball team came up to home in honor of Miss Haynes and Medley, Sunday, to play ball but Haynes Burrus, of Roswell, New were disappointed as the Hailwell Mexico. Misses Brasfield, Haynes team failed to come, on account of and Mr. Burrus received, assisted by May Briggs and Katherine Burrain. A crowd of young folks, from rus. Dorothy and George Burrus Medley and Wolf Island, attended served punch to the guests in the Delightfal the ice cream supper at Crosno, hall as they arrived. was furnished throughout the Friday night, and all report a good music evening by Messrs. Lee Garth, Jno. time. Sanders, Haynes Burrus and Misses Burrus and Berry. About 11 :3Q A A AA AA A A AA AA AA A A AAAA AAAAA A the guests were invited out to the You can't afford ,to miss beautifully decorated dining-roowhere refreshments consisting of the Bargains we offer in salads and ices were served. At a Ladies, Misses and Childrens late hour the guests d:parted declaring their hostess to be an ideal Oxfords and Slippers.-MIL-L- ET one and her visitors quite charming & NAYLOR. The guests were Miss Fredda Simmons and Lee Garth, of rVYVTYVVTVYYVYYVTTVVWVVYV Uliou City, Miss Bratton, of Elkins, W. Va , Henry Oakley, of NashFulton will have a "Harvest Fes- ville, May Briggs, of Hickman and tival," Wednesday, Aug. 4th. It is Misses McConnell, of Jordan. to be a general big day, to bring o strangers within her gates. Thirsty T KHO U what you need, 1 m n T. Lee wan. Tht Slant of a Young and Attractive Woman Coming Out of a Home for firmed Bachelors. Con- ftSSU. PICTURES CHAPTER Duet. I. swinging out of the East drive, pulled up smartly, trembling, at the edge of the Fifty-nint- h street car tracks, then moro sedately, under the dispassionate but watchful eye of a mounted member of the traffic squad, lurched across the Plaza and merged Itself In the press of vehicles south bound on the avenue Us tjnneau held four young men, all mote or less disguised In dust, dusters and goggles; forward, by the side of tho grimy and anxious-eyemechanic, sat a fifth, In all visible respects tho counterpart of his companions. Beneath his mask, and by this I do not mean his goggles, but tho mask of modern manner which tho worldly wear, he was, and Is, different. Ho was Daniel Maltland, Esquire; for whom no further Introduction should bo required, after mention of the fact that ho was, and remains, tho Identical gentleman of means and position In the social an I financial worlds, whose somewhat sober but sincere and wholehearted participation in tho wildest of conceivable escapades had earned him the affectionate regard of tho younger set, together with tho sobriquet of "Mad Maltland." ' His companions of the day, tho four In tho tonneau, were in that humor of subdued yet vibrant excitement which Is apt to uttend tho conclusion of a long, hard drive over country roads. Maltland, on the other hand (Judging him by hi.1) prcoccuplod pose), was already weary of, If not bored by, tho enterprise which, initiated on the spur of an Idlo moment and directly due to a thoughtless remark of his own, had brought him 100 miles (or so) through the beat pf a I rolling afternoon, accompanied by spirits as ardent and Irresponsible as Li a own, In search of tho dwlous distraction afforded by tbo night side of d hare-braine- d fay a preen touring car, In tha dull hot dusk of a summer's particularity the programme of the coming hours. To begin with, 30 minutes were to be devoted to a bath and dressing in his rooms. Tills was something not so unpleasant to contemplate. It was the afterwards that repelled him: Dinner at Sherry's, tho subsequent tour of roof gardens, the lato supper at a club, and then, prolonged far Into tho small hours, tho session around somo table In a closo room reeking with the fumes of good tobacco and hot with the fever of gambling. . . . Abstractedly frowned, Maltland tersely summing up: "Beastly!" In green-covere- d an undertone. At this tho green car wheeled abruptly round a corner below Thirty-fourtstreet, slid half a block or moro east, and came to a palpitating halt. Maltland, looking up, recognized the entrance, to his apartmonts, and sighed with relief for tho brief rcsplta from boredom that was to bo his. He rose, negligently shaking off his duster, h the city. As, picking Its way with elephantine nicety, tho motor car progressed down tho avenuo twilight deepening, arcs Ukhi their bronzo columns blossoming suddenly, noiselessly Into spheres of opalescent tudlance Mr. Maltland coated to respond, ceased oven to glvo heed, to tho running fire of chaff (largely personal) which amused bis Listlessly engaged with companions. a cigarette, he lounged upon the green leather cushions, halt dosing his ejei, and heartily wished himself feo for the evening. nut he stood coftnraltUd to tho hu nior of the majority, oad lacked entirely the suadow of an excuse to desert; in addition to which h wus altogether too lazy for tho exertion of a lie of serviceable texture. And so Abandoned himself to bis fate, ytn thouh ho foresaw with weariful rauriu-fncturln- and stopped down to tho sidewalk. Somebody in tho car called a warning after him, and turning for a moment he stood at attention, an eyebrow raised quizzically, cigarette drooping from a corner of his mouth, hat pushed back from his forehead, hands In coat pockets; a tall, slender, sparsely built figure of a man, clothed Immaculately in flannels. When at length ho was able to make himself heard: "Good enough," he said though without rasing his clearly, vole. "Sherry's in nn hour. Right. Now, bohavo yoursclvos." "Mind you show up on time!" "Never fear," returned Maltland over his shoulder. A witticism was flung back at him from tho retreating car, but spent Itsolf unregarded. Maltland's atten-tlowna temporarily distracted by tho unusual to sny the least sight of a young and attractive woman coming out of a homo for confirmed bachelors. Tho apartment house happened to e his own proporty. A 'substantial edifice, situated In and tho middle of a quiet block, It contained but flvo roomy and comtortablo suites In other words, ono to a floor; and these were without exception tenanted by uumarrlod men of own circle and acquaintance. The Janitor, himself a wldovcr and a convinced misogynist, lived alone In llarrlng very special the basement, and exceptional occasions (as when one of tho bachelors felt called upon to give a tea in partial recognition of social obligations), tbo foot of woman nevor crossed Its threshold. In this circumstance, indeed, was comprised the singular charm the house hnd for ' its occupants. Tho quality wblOi Insured them privacy and a quiet Jndepeudonco tendered them oblivious to Its many minor drawbacks, tta luck of many -- convcuMalt-land's by neighconsciences, unsupervised borly women folk, unhindered by n parasitic corps of menials not In their personal employ. Wherefore was Maltland astonished, and tho moro so because of tho season. At nny other season of tho year ho would readily havo accounted for tho phenomenon that now fell under his observation, on tho hypothesis thnt tho woman was somebody's sister or cousin or aunt. Hut nt present that explanation was untenable; Maltland happened to know that not ono of tho other men was In Now York, barring himself, nnd his own presenco thoro was n thing entirely unforeseen. Still Incredulous, he mentally conned tho list: Ilnrces, who occupied tho first flat, was traveling on tho continent; Conkllng, of tho third, hnd left n fortnight slrco to Join a yachting party on the Mediterranean; Ilannlster nnd Wilkes, of tho fourth and fifth floor, respectively, were In Nowporl and Iluenos Aires. "Odd"' concluded Mnltland. So It was. Sho had Just closed ttvi door, ono thought; nnd now stood poised ns It In momentary Indeclsloi on the low stoop, glancing toward Fifth avenue tho while sho fumhldd with n refractory button at tho wrlai of n long while kid gtovo. Hlurrod though It was by tho darkling twilight nnd a thin veil, her faco yet conveyed an improsslon of prottlness; nn Improsslon enhanced by careful grooming. From her hat, n small affair, something green, with a superstructure of gray cstrtch feathers, to the tips of her rusict shoes Including a walking skirt and bolero of shimmering gray silk she was distinctly "mnrt" and Interesting. He had keenly observant eyes, had Maltland, for all his detached pose, you are to understand that ho comprehended all theso points In the flickering of nn instant. For tho Incident was over In two seconds. In ono the lady's hesitation was resolved; In another sho had pass ed down tbo stops and swept by Maltland without giving Mm a glnncc, without even tho trem bling of nn eyelash. And ho had a view of her back ns she moved swiftly nway toward tho avenue. Perplexed, ho llngored upon the itoop until she had turned the cornor; after which ho let himself In with a Hitch key. and, dismissing the affair temporarily from his thoughts; or pre tending to do so, ascended tho single 'Ight of stairs to ills flat. Simultaneously heavy feet were to be heard clumping up tho basoment steps; and surmising thnt tho Janitor was coming to light the hall, tbo young man waited, leaning over tho balusters. His guess proving correct, he called down' "O'Hngan? Is that you?" "TV saints presarvo us! Hut 'twas ycrsllf gavo mo th' sthart, Mlathcr Maltland, sor!" O'Hnpnn paused In tbo gloom below, bis upturned face quaintly Illuminated by tho flame, of a wax taper In his gastlghtor. "I'm dining In town tonight. 0'IIa-gan- , and dropped around to dross. Is anybody clso at homo?" "Nlvver n wan, sor. Shure, th' house do be quiet's anny tomb" "Then who was that lady, O'Hngan?" "Loddy, sor?" In unbounded amazement. "Yos," lnipatlqntly. "A young woman left tho liouso Just as I was coming In. Who was she?" "Shuro an' I think yp must be s dr'amln", sor. Divvlo a female to yo! has been In this house fbr manny an' manny lb' wako, sor." "Hut, I tell you" "Ilellko 'twns soincwan Jlst sthepped Into tho vesthlbulc, niebbo to tie her shoe, sor, and yo thought " "Oh, very well." Maltland relinquished tho Inquisition as unprofitable, willing to concede O'l lagan's theory a reasonable ono, tho moro readily slnco ho himself could by no means have sworn that tho woman hnd actually como out through the door. Such had merely been bis Improsslon, honest enough, but founded on circumstantial evidence "Wlion you'ro through, O'Hngan," ho told tho Irishman, "you may como and sliavo mo and lay out my things, If you will." "Very good, sor. In wan minute." Hut O'llngan' conception of the pasKago of tlmo was a thought vague; his ono minute had lengthened Into ten beforo ho appeared to wait upon his oniployer. Now and again, in Ibe absence of tho regular "man," O'Hagan would attend ono or another of tho tenants In tho capacity of substitute valet; as In the present instance, when Maltland, having left his host's roof without troubling even to notify his that ho would not return that night, called upon tho Janitor to understudy the moro trained employe; which O'Hagan could be counted upon to do very nccoptably. Now, with patlonce unruffled, since he was nothing keen for the evening's enjoyment, Maltland mado profit of tho Interval to wander through his rooms, lighting the Kas hero and I there and noting that nil was as it) should bo, aa It had been left save; that every nrtlclo of furniture audi brio abruc socmed to be sadly in want j of a thorough dusting. In the end ho, brought up in the room that served j hint as study and lounge the drawing i room of tho flat, us planned lu the for' ray-splctbody-sorv-u- electric lighting system out of nights, became It been Installed; no brass-bounboy lounged In desuetude upon tho stoop nnd took too Intimate and personal nn Interest In tho tenTho Inhabiants' correspondence. tants. In brief, were free to come nnd go according to tho dictates of their dissipated never went hnd never hall If ices and luxurlns which KM of lata grown to bo so commonly regarded ns necessities. It boasted, for Instance, no garage, no refrigerating system maddened those dependent upon It; a yet time being ho was absorbed In vain speculations about nn unknown wom an whoso sole claim upon his consld oration lay In n certain hut Immntrrlnl glamour of mystery. Hnd she, or had sho not, been In tho house? And, If the trno answer wero In tho affirma tive, to what end, upon what errnnd? Ills eyes foamed Insensibly upon void of darkness beneath him night made visible by street lamps; and ho found himself suddenly aud acutely senslblo of the wonder and mystery of tho City; tho City whoso secret lift) ran fluent upon tho hot, hard pavement below, whose voice throbbed, sibilant, vague, strident. Inarticulate, upon the night nlr; tho City of which ho was n wrt oqually with the girl In gray, whom ho had nover Tieforo seen, and In nil likelihood was never to see again, though tho two of them were to work out their destinies within tho bounds of Manhattan Island. And rotten nrehtteat's scheme a large an! l apartment overlooking th Hero, pnuslng beneath ths street chandelier, he looked about him for a moment, determining that, ns olo where, nil things were In order but gray with dust. Finding the attmsphero heavy, state, nnd oppressive, Maltland moved over to tho windows und threw them open. A gush of warm nlr, humid and redolent of tho streets, Invaded tho room, together with tho roar of trnlTlo from Its nearby nrtorlcs. Mnltland rested elbows on tho sill nnd leaned out, star Ing absently Into tho night; for by now It was quite dark. Without con corn, ho realized thnt ho would be tain nt dinner. No matter; ho would ns wi'ilngly miss It altogether. For th MAY HAVE PLANNED REVENGE Sardonic Man Saw On Good Rtaeon Why Qlrl Should Choose Her Least Worthy Suitor, "Of cottrso It's nn old saying that you never can toll about h woman,'" snld tho surgeon remlnlscently. "I remember onco when I wna a hospital Interna wo hnd ns n patient n young lady who had been badly burned ns a result of her clothe catching on fire. Her burns persistently refused to heal, so wo decided tlicro was only ono way to mvo her nnd that wan by a skin grafting operation. Wo communicated with her friends and relative nnd nsked for volunteers who were willing to sacrifice their cuticle In the Interest of (ho young lady's good looks nnd possibly her life. "The first volunteers were two young men who said (hoy knew the patient nnd wished to give up some Wo learned cuticle for her benefit. thnt the two were hot rival for the young lady' favor nnd neither was willing to let tho other get ahead. We agreed to use skin Impartially from each, but nt the very first flash of n knife one of tho candidates weakened nnd raid he didn't think lie would be able to stand It. In tact, ho announced thnt ho had chnnged hi mind nnd wnsn't going to part with nny of his valuable outer covering. Arguments were of no avail, so we wore forced to tnko nil tho skin wo needed from the second suitor, who stood It without a flinch. Tho young lady recovered completely, with her look almost un- PUP 15 WARD Of CHIGK LESS T. LOUIS FOWL vn. COTCH COLL.r 1(JI ,NQ T AS HER OWN, CLUCKS AND OFFERS WORM Repels All Advance. Cf Vll!,,,. . Who Sleep, Undtr w'0t t N.jht ' l lL'J'' , ft Bt. Inils Ikiwn ohlcklew. hen las three weeks oid 0i bird dog. Tho remark!,,, . i i ' " , . "7 3 i Ml. . , , It of yard impaired." born.' " quoted mentally strange," said Maltland "It thoughtfully. "If . . ." Ho shook his head, smiling. "'Two shall b Mad Maltland, aentl ... wouW be "And of course rewarded the hero who hnd so nobly offered up hi cuticle for her sako by bestowing herself upon him," suggested oho nf hi list"On the contrary." said the surgeon, "she Afterward married the other man. That' what called forth the remark with which I began this ynni." There waa a moment's allcnc, while ener. " Two shall bo bora the whole wide world apurt A plnno organ, having maliciously ancakrd up beneath his window, drove him Indoors with a crash of metallic melody. As he dropped the curtains his eya was arrested by a gleam of white upon his desk n letter placed thore, doubt less, by O'Hngan In Maltland'a absence. At tho same time, a splashlnjc nnd gurgling of water from the direc tion of tho bathroom Informed him was even then that the Janltnr-vale- t preparing his batb. Hut that couttt wait. Maltland took up the envelope and tore the flap, remarking the namo nnd address of bis lawyer In Its upper left hand corner. Unfolding the Inclosure. be read n dato a week old. aud two lines requesting him to communicate with his legal adviser upon "a matter of pressing moment." "Hother!" SAld Maltland. "What the tho group wagged Ita head. "I don't seo anything strange about that," spoke up the sardonic member of the party "perhaps that was th only way she had of getting even with blin." And It being agreed that this suggestion explained everything, the waiter was requested to fill 'cut up again. FROM THEIR HUSOAND. At night tho hen a , ,t . which llentler ha r. j " pup' quarters, and (, j , h c over him as if hp c, and daintiest cfci. k 1 ? night long ike kr1J3 ' t tween tho pup ant t ,, " while he sleera. , j; None but ltecfl-family dnre appr a t , the hen Is near rt. . des g J t bond of affection be', n , dog and Ita prutr . 3 , savngely, with r i"r J :- , ! raucous clutter Hoth the pup nrd f e Ct to Hentler. His br tH hen a year ago, Th re n K( of his customer he delivers Ice aikrj r'a ' j ub a" puppy and drown l kr3 r?rJt appeared at home r- r little bit of drgtifi i begged for Its life Vr tl ? U sought their father U Ik,; ft; L animal for a pet The first day the r ..T cy j his box In the yarJ t,rs i'wJ nor yearning for ar Jf cf r love and devtti.p ;b- i' i, . uaturallats, cunt , credulous ones w fako" until convir , , 714 Maif h t Is now an a" 6 f ,i : ' .r.: 1 , . V rot-Dlspatc- i.aiji.iij. .r-- ii r, , " t'-- I I - !L3N11)1 - A' fi II. WWr k - . vi'.n ml "J He pulled up short, cyrs lighting. "That's so, you know." he argued. "llannorman trill be delighted, and nnd even business Is better than rushing round town and pretending to yourself when It's hotter than the Mr. Oldwed Well, girl stwny like seven brass hinged of hell and you fairy stories. can't think of anything olio. . . . Mra. Oldwed It' n good thing, for do It!" I'll after they grow up and get married, He stepped quickly to the corner ol .hey havo to listen to a lot of them. tho room, whttro stood tho telephone upon a small side table, sat down, and, Johnnie's Fear, receiver to ear, gavo central a numl.lttlo Johnnie, ngrd lx, had been ber. In another moment ho was In communication with his attorney's res- to church and had displayed more than uHal Interest In the sermon, In idence. "Is Mr. llannorman In? I would Ilka which tho origin of Eve had been dwlt on nt soma length. On hi re"Why, Mr. Itannerman! How do turn from the services, there being company to dinner, he had displayed you do?" good deal of Inliirost In tho eatable. looking 100 per cent, be- a "You'ro especially the mlnco plo and cakes. tter" Homo tlmo afterward, being missed, " "Dad, mad word! Nnughiyl hu was found sitting quietly in a cor "Maltland, of course." ner with his bands pressed tightly "Ileen out of town and Just got your over hi ribs and an exproslon of aw note." ful nuxlety on tils face. "Why, what "Your beastly penchant for econ- on earth la tho matter?" aiked hi omy. It's not stamped; I prosume yon mother In alarm. sent It round by hand of tho futurt "Mnmnin. I'm afraid I'm going to president of the United States whom have n wife." National Food you now employ as ofllco boy. And O'Hagan didn't forward It for that reason." In the Artillery. "Important, eh? I'm only In for the A gunner of the Garrison nrtlllor) night" who had successfully 'Then como and dine with me nt the smith's course, was passed a blackat homo on fur1'rlmordlal. I'll put tho othors off." lough, wearing the hammer and pin"flood enough. In an hour, thtml cers on his arm, when be wna accostGoodby." by a civilian, who asked what tho Hanging up tbo receiver. Maltland ed was for. i wait oil a few moments ere again put- decoration "Oh," replied Tommy, facetiously, ting it to his ear. Thi tlmo he called I'm nn army dentist." , up Sherry's, asked for tho "I see," said tho civilian. "Of course. nnd requested that person to bo kind aro for extracting 1 the enough to mnko his oxcusos to "Mr. tbu pine Crossy and party;" ho. MalUand, was teeth, but what is the idea of tho detained upon a matter of moment, bammor?" you see. somo of tho chaps hut would endeavor to Join them at u aro'Wall, a bit nervous, so wo uso tho ham later hour mer to chloroform thorn with," was Then, with a satisfied smile, ho tho reply Ixmdon turned away, with purpose to dispose en-Jo- dickens" J 9 V"Wn. to" - ' "i head Into the box e '' : Her flrt adranrc z l but a her bemv manifest to the r j? ' " ' 3 'Xi 'i' : Journeys about the rs ' puny, occasionally t''l. nap In the protection r 'r5 ' t-- 1 1 Mlnrn Itentlrr hlj ' W :- ha been without l k believes tbnt the having been denied I's 1. a nrnmntotl tho htTJ s. - I r i t' .. t'UP. nf wtiltn and blar k ha.r In The pup Is a 8. big as a man s dr Jtl f :' a corner or head-waiter- Tlt-lllt- of Ununerman's note. "llath's ready, sor." O'i lagan's announcement fell upon lieedloss oars. Maltland rumalnod motionless beforo tho dusk transllxod with nmazemont. "Ilath'a roady, sor!" Imperatively Maltland roused sllxhtly. "Very well; In a mlnuto, O'Hagan." Yet for somo time ho did not move. Slowly tho heavy brows contracted over Intent eyes ns ho strove to pus-tiit out. At length his lips movcC noiselessly. "Am I nwako?" was tht- - question hi put his consciousness. Wondering, ho bent forward nnd drew the tip of ono forefinger across the black polished wood of the writing-bed- . . It loft a dark, heavy lino. And beside, clearly defined 'In Ok) heavy lajor of dust, was tbo silhouette of a hand; a woman's hand, smnll, jlollcate, unmistakably feminine uf contour. "Well!" declared Maltland, frankly, "I aw durnnod!" TO UU CONTINUED. remarkable Remarkable) Public, llbrurloA havo their uses other than as clearing houses for books. Ono may tlicro listen to re- lunrKnor wisdom, wit, Jenmlng,, satlru. or faollshnoits. TUu other dsy two young women natrons of a branch 11. brnry met while seeking nn oxchnngo. 'Oh." gushed one. "you'ro not nnu of the latest books, Aro you return- lK It?" "Yea. And It's a remarkable book. by a remarkable author." "Is that no? How Is that?" "Why." wus tho explanation. "If romarknblu bucauso thorns nothing In wtint tho appearand r? si M In the three weeks that Uel'S bestowing hi' n;a' "T- - ' tiffin . I. t . rUr ' ' ' dR f to healthy, hat-r. 111 ' thrico snved Mm f i nn envious cat and 'a A s'trnngo cat r s: ' I" ly at tho hens slroct. A d i'. ' tho ' II. draff straved and tried to scr.vro a ' his llttlo brother lie i, i' vlnlmii Next day airs t n . . !' - I 1 -r.-l- us w. ll f n .trtv. ihn IT V l'l ' K I '. ' mi ..f l J a" rcnssurlnKiy """ entire ease sbc sk r - 3 nr r i ... . n,i It herself, essays i j vour It. r n wiiiiii. a lit : . t lv . It" The Housekeeping Drlde. Hubby "Marie, the milk Is not frosh. Is tliero any loo in tho re-- frlgorntor?" Wlfoy "Yes. William, but I don't think It's tho fault of tho milk. The Ico didn't look Jusl fresh to mo." Uiooklvn Cltizcu Turkr- :: . -. . gfj Long an- Milton. Ind "r3 l' .. , ,r1 ford, living mi souin oi ,krr among the turkeys . Investigating she r snnko utrctchca i' took up a rail uortv rif tile on tho back,a t' 9 ,iiii i lie .1.... a- kllhnl It. The ctwk ' , feot eight lntl'i' . cls.Ut luchf atwsi t J STOPPED HER SONG OF JOY. TRUE RESIGNATION, t z.1 Kinds, by Topic? of jccoc.n'xetii Authority potted plant and keeplnc the acort with flowem, cither cnrnatlona, roaei or lomo btosiom that doca not will of nny Slight Forflstfulnes That Marred the Full Appreciation or tn Welcome Rain. AP A our Brandmoth-'- ., dls-quickly. , ufo under this Invitation aro aent for a "floral rccognlio tbo old 1J every proKreaalve card pnrty" on card cut . r h adorned ahnpo of fit ,M certainly turnco. In tlio marguerite!a flower. Jonquil, rcca' I tullpa, and roaca ' lend Kht nnJ tlio older Jia M thernaetves admirably to tho achomo. r wrr morn up to date.1 tte To tho winners paia Tinea containing Tlio "blt and iniss 3 tv It .,niwhat rctcmblo tho acoro llowera. At tlio finish every i '' .ut the esqillsltely ono will poaaeaa at lenit ono or more, of their and wliltr. grocn of tlio fragrant reminder i , ,,n nnd pink aro cood luck. The Ico cronm mny be molded In j, ttmt their relation i flornl shnpua, nnd tho nmnll enkes orn vn tK carpet i. n.Hhod of prepar amented with enndy roaoa, oryu tallied .t Tlolcta and roao leave may bo mixed t' i injr cotton fabrics with tlio bonbon. Hach guoat la In the olden day, ir to contrlbuto 2ft or 10 cent, ' ( ill weaves Into n r .i'd In site. Well, wlilchover aum la ngreed upon, to tht given. It was for n brldo-.- Ji charity for which tho purty tJ Mid "thimbles." For the Dby. llWo 'W. ,.alrd to t Tho baby haa certnlnly coma Into lt k .u denim strips own theia dayn. There nro stork par n inh wide. Theso tlea gnloro. nnd In most of tho storci ' . i her and wound Into baby thero la a department Just van a pile of gift. Thcae dainty preientafor r flifre are at com- ,r.im was h ways moru acceptable whon accom J f t't time panted by an appropriate sentiment I. Irtg were miwvu. f Hoinetlmos tlieao quotations nro hand' rg t very tmsll. Tho lettered with water-colodecorations, tc: ., dellxhlcd with this They may bo framed or not J In one of hla altogether too InfreMS quent poem Charles DIckenM saya of A Peeh Uneheon. children whom ha dearly loved; . II be teasonablo a tit They ara Idols of heart and of houw are rlpi and tbe liol.ui They are atifrl ot n1 In itlcule: a' i. for the Inrltatlons on the lawn." III sunlldit still ilrrtif In lhlr Irmii, i served provision to Ills glory still (team In their oyr. rtil nl make t Oh, thus truants frMfl wmm nnd fiom ..u orated to Rive n heaven. tftect should tbe day Tliey hava made m mt tnanly and 9 T nny of th. very ;t f1 ' 1 i- "Isn't that a lovoly shower tH ex claimed Mrs. Itnndnll to her friend In tbo parlor ns they gated out on tho sudden downpour, "Yes, wo need It so bndly." "Need It? I should tay wo did. It's a Ood tend! Why, our goldenglows, hyacinths nnd roses out In the back yard are shrinking for the want of rain, Tho sprinkler can't taku tho place of rain, you know. "Indeed not" "Oh, I tcU you this Is just tovclyt Boo bow It pours! And to think that Just when everything threatens to dry up and every ono Is praying for rain naturo answers theso appeals and flood heavens!" sends us beautiful "What's tho matter?" "I'vo loft tho baby out In the yard!" Tho Circle, TIRED ALL THE TIME. Languor, llstlessncss, dullness ot spirits ara often duo to kidney disorders. I'nln nnd weakness In tho batk, sides nnd hips, hendaches, dizziness. urinary disorders nro suro ilgns that tho kidneys need Immediate attention. Delay Is dangerous. Alonzo Adorns, Osceola, Iowa, says: "My kidneys failed mo. I suffered nw- ful pain and was so weak I could not work, and often bad to take to bed. I was dull and exhausted nearly all tho I consulted doctors and used time. medicines, but only Doan's Kidney Pills helped mo. Soon I was pcram ncntly cured." Ilemembcr tho name Doan's. For sale by alt dealers. CO cents n box. Fotter-MllburCo., Iluffalo., tt. Y. WELL DEFINED. Old Maid Is It really truo that mar riages aro mado In heaven? Doctor Yes, I bellovo so. Old Maid (resignedly) O. then. doctor, you needn't call again. NT. "It la with plcasura that I add my tcitimonial to your Let's Be Fair. have flashed the nows already lonfr list honlnff that It may i The wires themselves of The Hspplett. that a "peach basket" hat worn by a Induce othera to avail valuable; mecu this In tho smoking-rooof tho Finland. woman In n canoe, and rendered lopclno.LydlaE.l'infc. discussing n Juno wedding, Andrew sided by tho careless zephyr, caused n ham's Vogotabltj Carncglo Camden, 'And thank goodness It wasn't nn International marriage, though tho bride did havo 18 millions. 'Not," appended Mr. Carnegie, "that I object to International mnrrlngcs wherein tbo two parties aro good and honorable nnd well matched. Uut so many of theto marriages aro llko ono that a Hoston cynic described to me. " 'Was It a hnppy marriage?' I asked this Ilostonl.in. "Oh, qulto,' snld ho. Tho brldo was happy, her mother was overjoyed. Ixml Lncland was In ec- stacles, and his creditors, I under stand, wero In a state, of absolutely endless And uncontrollablo bliss."' The Same Old John L. Old John K Sullivan always had a flno Irish wit, nnd It remains with him In his ndvnnccd ago. Not long ago he was appearing In a Ilalllmoro theater nnd tho manager, for business rea sons, Introduced him to n wealthy youth of tho town. The youth was a typical chollyboy, the sort of a specimen that old John abhors. Sullivan was washing his face In tho theater dressing room when tho two arrived, nnd they walled patiently until ho had finished his ablutions. When John had dried his countenance ho gave tbe dude ono look, nnd then said to tho manager; "Well, I congratulate you, Jack, Is It a boy or a girl?" MORE PMBAM CURES to This Famous Remedy, . Added to the Long List due j said: aup-pose- -' - rerc-hment- 1 r il-ie- r- - n wm sprend a round under a Ixingfcllow wroto heart material when ho penned tho from the verses precious , four corncra by entitled "Children." and a gift with a '. Dcco- n hi ground. quotation from It that all mothers t ian dining room with should know would enhanco tho valu n r. rns aud vines. - fn ic centerpiece bare a tenfold: totter f T are than all the bslUds s ' id basket tilled with Tliat vrr wire sunt or sold, I'll , I'or t an llvlnc poems. t d lca.es. wbllo faaalmlle And all th rest ara dead. In ater color will bo i 3c A dear mother full of sentiment lit i j s ards lie gold or silver had this beautiful excerpt taken from lik ' - .t'tcring the names. I.,- j a very atlmctlro menu and ono of William Cullen Uryant'a poena 'i. nrr to tcrve. a fact much painted In water colors and hunt la the children's nursery: i;-- c i' d br the cook. .. 'Neath the shadow of thy win; '.-and hrrrlng canapra, cl- rather, sulda tbrm: Ui'' km, potato croquottea, olives, Waklna. leelnr. Lord, wi pray. it' tui dilirlout poach omelet Ho brsliW) them " trandled peachei, tailed itr.il TUH MOST l'HKClOUS OIFT. au;ar ahaped like A taby' and life's translucent cup sir '.!; "n t r t' r n dm my cloth f. .hi awning mild. And I knew naw haw Jrwi eoutd liken Th klncdnm nf Ood In a ehtld. Hotoltalt a Benefit to Property. Tho National Association for the 8tudy and I'rovcntlon of Tuberculosis has recently concluded an lnvcstlga. tton, which shows tbnt C7.5 per cent. of tho tuberculosis sanatoria and hos pltals of the United States havo been a benefit to tho property and health of the communities In which tbey nre located. In tbo caio of moro than C2 per cent of tho sanatoria tho presence of tho Institutions has helped to In crcaso the assessed valuo ot surround Ing property. Mother Bird Drove Boy Away. People on Main street. Dallastown, Pa., witnessed an amusing sight tho other morning, when a curious small boy who climbed into a maplo treo tor a closer Inspection of n nest ot young robins was put to flight by an angry mother bird. Discovered by the old bird after be had clambered Into the tree tho youngster was savagely attacked. Tho bird pecked viciously ut his bare hands and face, causing htm to retreat to tho ground, and then driving him home. Wanted to Defer the Petition. Los Angeles mother tells the following: "Ono summer's ovo my little son ot six years was sent to bed at his usual time; but he could not sleep. Upon my Inquiry what troubled blm, he replied: " I can't finish my prayer. I've A Compound. I gut. list and overturned the craft. At this fcrcd from terrible point tho correspondent, evidently headaches, pain in malo nnd prejudiced, stopped short It my back and tight ho wished to be fair he should have slue, was tired and gono on to tell that tho occupants of nervous, nnd bo grasped the hat, climbed tho boat wcaklcould hardly aboard of It, and until their rescuo stand. Ljdla & Pink ham's Vcceta-bl- o fared sumptuously on tho fruit and Compound regnrden truck which constituted a part stored mo to health of Its artistic decoration. Tho true person, news export never la biased. Phlla aud mado mo feel llko a new praise- nnd it shall always havo my delphla Ledger. Mr-W- . P. Valentine, 002 Lincoln Avenue, Camden, N.J. Sex In Cromwellt. Gardiner, JIc. "I was a great sufOf courso with tho sexes on a tootferer from a femalo disease. Tho docing ot equality as regarded oppor- tor said I would havo to go to tho tunity, It would not bo long until a io hospital for an operation, but Lydla E. Cromwell made her appearance, llnkham's Vegetiblo Compound comand, having mado her appearance, was pletely cured mo In lingo months." 11, Mns. 8. A. Williams, ll F. D. No. getting her portrait palntod. Box 89, Gardiner lie. Tho painter, onco more a fawn13ecauso your case Is a difficult one, ing, courtly fellow, would have the doctors having done- you no pood, sho rebuked do not continue to suffer without picture a flattery; but bdm In words that became historic! giving Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable "Faint In the hips!" sho command- Compound a trial. It surely has cured ed, sternly, showing that sho could many cases of femalo ills, such as Inbo moro rigidly devoted to the truth flammation, ulceration, displacements, fibroid tumors, Irregularities, periodic than Oliver himself. Puck. pains, backache, that bearing-dowreeling, indigestion, dizziness, and nerTeach Care of Home and Family. It costs but a being vous prostration. result is worth trifle An Interesting experiment is mil to try It, and the wommade in tho higher education of lions to many suffering women. en at King's college. Loudon. Tho Idea Is that there is just as much educational valuo In a careful study of tho principles ot managing the home and young children as in tho courso usually read tor the taking of 'I find Cascarcts so good that I would not be without them. I was troubled a degree. fc-nn LAZY LIVER ( t Do Quiz What's your Idea ot the difference between optimism and pes simism? Do Whiz OJ tho optimist says It Iff spring when it isn't and tho pessimist says It isn't when It Is. Hard to Convince Him. "So you're going to marry old Got-rodaughter, eh? Well, you know two can live cheaper than one." "I know, but I can't convince her father of that fact" x' great deal with torpid liver and headache. Nowtlnce taking Cascarcts Candy Cathartic I feci very much better. I shall certainly recommend them to my friends the best medicine I have ever seen." Anna Bazinet, Osborn Mill No. 3, Fall River, Man. Cood. Pietism. Palstsble. Potent. Ttste Gripe. Do Hood. Never Slcken.Wesken or 10c, Z5c. 50c. Never sold In balk. The tena-totablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed Jo H9 cur or tout moncr back. mud 10 e u Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or Nervous troubles, the aches are speedily relieved by Capudlne. It' Liquid pleasant to take Effects Immediately. 10, 3 ana toe at Drug mores. For Headache Try Hicks' Capudlne. , DREADFUL DANDRUFF. Tbe softer a man's head the more he Is Inclined to butt in. nonocv onus discovkryi it Cfllr0 newrelief sndeoresworsteaies. dars' treatment BKikoftFUImoolali B. bONa. IWx ATUUITA. OA, 09. CUBSV W. N. U, MEMPHIS, NO. t and for desert Indl-tj- l jxi li toe cream icrted on real i Intra r ado of plitnchlo cream. rui'; In llnlett of Venetian I'jii ' ,;cr( Dnlihed tho report, ..i cf French coffee Tto ! s'rsi wore a common frock o r k Yt.'h pale yellow trimming. ost ftenchy combination UJ '' r g! t ahadea are iclected. fij. "i , tiskr'i -- j, u A the apt i n.'nd tbclr ipcclal charity it'. ( r nor.ian haa ono thcee J t artlet icom to be tho d: bh" r . ' war of inaklnc money. w in ti'iou oaa proved not only pri 'T F A floral card lrr 3(a.i,rd out by Blrlni; prliea km' to I . t'tt Floral Card Party. V,t (ummer. whether at ni" ntaln, peoplo are richest wlna Is brlmmlnc up. Oh. lions hut a mother has aver qua(T4 Qlrl's Head Encrusted Feared Lots of All Her Hair Baby Had Milk- A cup so sweet, love rlcheat drauxht! A father mar know a calm delight. Missionary's Wife Mads Cruit Hut a mother has sailed from death Is light Two Perfect Cures by Cuilcura. Hh haa touched th brink of heaven's shore. "For several year my husband Bli has heard Its muste wafted o'er; f shin was a missionary In tho Southwest Bh has brought from that ing strand Every ono in that high and dry at- A radiant pearlt and the music grand tnosphero has mora or less troublo lias sunk In hsr heart and swells through with dandruff and my daughter's scalp her life. Till hsr entire being with rhythm Is rife. becamo so encrustod with It that I bliss was alarmed for fear sho would loto Hh wonders If heavrn can hM That It deeper still than her baby's kiss, all her hair. After trying various rem And h knows that the uoa edies, in desperation I bought a cake WtrtTs a Qod of Isirr. ot Cutlcura Soap and a box ot Cull' sent tier ft token frem heaven alwve: cura lias Ointment Tbey left tho scalp shining goldca Ha strengthened th beautifully clean and frco from chain That lead all heart to hi own again. dandruff, and I am happy to say that With It far-of- er, for Howard licked mo I want to lick him got as far as 'Forgive us our passes as' but I can't get any to-da-y tresfurth- ma' mmt n ill ihs anl and CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. Rough on Rats, unbeatable exterminator Rough on Men Lice, Neat Powder, 25c Rough on Uodbugs,PowderorLlq'd,2Sc. Rough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 25. Rough oaRoachcs,Pow'd,lSc,Llq'd,2Sc. Rough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25c Rough on Skccters, agreeable touto,25c. E.S. Wells. Chemist. Jersey Clty.N. J. Decollete. Wu Ting Fang, at n dance In Washington, criticised tho modern ballroom bcllo. "Like the ancient Briton, who dressed in bluo woad," he said, "the belle's idea of a magnificent toilet seems to be plenty of paint and very Utile clothing." The Ins and Outs of It. "What Is all that racket going on down In the lot?" "Jim was breaking In tho little marc " ALCOHOL-- 3 PER CENT The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of MAimri! mkiii;i. -- Miner. New Idea in Blouse " 5 a-- tho Cutlcura Remedies wcro a com. pleto success. I bavo also used suc cessfully tho Cutlcura Remedies for so called 'milk-crucon baby a head. Cutlcura Is a blettlng. Mrs. J. A. Darling. 310 Fifth St, Carthage. Ohio, Jan. 20, 190S." vtlr Drag A Cktm. Oorpm Sola Prop Boston. Had to Hear Evidence. Some ladles weru visiting at Illancho'a homo ono dny. During the AYcCctablc Preparation for Assimilating theFoodandnegula-lin- g the Stomachs and Bowls of Promotes Digcstionhcerful-nessandRcsl.Conlai- neither Opium.Morphine j?etpt Not Nakc otic Af eve-fe- nor Mineral sou DrSAfnumarat J" SEI Alius wbIms of an entirely Sprint roior ara no ongfr con. "'.ml faslilounble. but they have tt o tirlrt-abla part of woman's MMrcbc that It u almoat lniioaalbl do,ihut the blouno In somo form onMhcr. to Ingenious dressmakers Y enk'avorlng to dltgulto separato ""J' Hi an make them look as If they e an of . frock, while yet bolng anJ flt to wvar w,th othcr 1 th-.- rtir, lu,',a,"',9 " fc"l' J;" ?l u;1s,o tni I,,! V ,l,'1"u,,0 "run nklrt a charming blouso m tho second Illustration, the samo color as tho !, touches of jr that color. ! I a- - ross tho front mid cut v ver a vost of tucked ,, u in. or Bulmpo has n I'ur- '' which lluds IU echo In the f' "", l''ln bishop slcovoi. A ,,,,, ;..af.rlier,uhaknot ot kat th0 nf color , as docs (ho '' r a f'"a ".'tenlng of tho u ' th ideturod In tho u Ct , 8h ' ""elolre Tuu aklrt of a aim "8 Muss u laid In wld ing bow tho blowflies lnld eggs and "Well?" they hatched out as maggots. Four "And tho llttlo maro has broken Anerfrct Remedy forConslipa- yvar-ollllancho did not seem to be out." Ilaltlmoro American. lion . Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca, Interested In tho conversation nor pay any attention to what thoy had been What Made Her Suspect. Worms.ConwIsions.Fevcrish-ncssan- d Hubby Uut what makes you think talking about After tbo visitors had LOSS OK SLEEP gone, lllancho said: I've been drinking? Wlflo Several things. Tho princi"Mamma, I don't bcllavo flies lay Tac Simile Signalure of pal one, however, Is that you'ro so eggs." "Why?" asked tho surprised mother. fearfully drunk. Cleveland Leader. "Ilecauso I never heard ono cackle, Tire Centaur Company, For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. explained tho doubting Ulanche. NEW VORK. Tho best remedy for Grlpp and Colds Is Illcks' Capudlne. Relieves the aching and A Domestic Combustible. Cures the cold Headache Doctor Did you give your husband also. It's Liquid Effects Immediately 10, ii and U)o at Drug Store. powder I left, Mrs. Mulligan? box plaits across tho front nnd back tho Guaranteed under the Foodan Mrs. Mulligan Indade, 01 did, sor. The Facts. and tightly fitted Into tho waist line. poets ever really starvo?" long sleeves edged with An' no's been blowln' mo up tvlr Tt-- ssaTAU Exact Copy of Wrapper. "Do soMeaNV. newest serf. It has loose, "Well, maybe not But we seldom a rulllo of plaited lawn and p. wlds since." ever get n cbanco to overeat" embroidered collar. A new note Is Dr. Blagers Huckleberry Cordial struck by tho velvet ribbon tlo which When taken tt the beginning of Stomach When a good man goes to the wall hides the fnstcnlng ot tho blouse, Trouble never fait to cure Diarrhoea, Teething, etc. ho tnkes llttlo consolation from tho starting with a knot at tho collar and D)entery, Flux, Childrenper FOOT-EAS- E aim ouc fact that n good picture does tho same doiu. continuing to tho top of tho high skirt ai uruggms thing. Shake Into Your Shoes Tho velvet tie, as has bcon said, It takes a woman to swallow her Allen's Foot Ease, s powder for the feet. It relievet painful, swolshould match tho skirt or bo repeated medlclno with a pleased expression on srrnvM rnn rrvkktv vrina). A reThl.utlx rrH.rvl ut len, smarting, nervous feet, and instantly takes the sting out of corns In somo parts ot tho dross, cither In liable reaiedy fur Ulsrrbea. her face when she Is compelled to en. vuuipiajuis. uetiuegeumoe.dyhrtilery and sit buael and bunions. It's tbe greatest comfort discovery of the see. wcnsmmkk. folds on tho skirt, buttons or stock tertaln an undeslrublo guest or new shoes feel easy. It Is a Allen's 1'ootcHaso mikes lags. Separating an easy mark from hli certain relief for ingrowing nails, perspiring, callous and hot, tired, It Is this necessity for harmony In gold Use It In color Better than aching feet It Is alwas in demand for use in Patent Leather Shoe money Is nothing to boast ot. color that makes or mars tho really Hamlint Wizard Uilltie best ot all remand for Breaking in New Shoes. We have over 30,000 testimonials. costumo. In edies for rheumatism, neurolgm, and all Colors fashionable THY IT TODAY. Sold by all Druggists, ajc Do not sccept Mrs. Wlnstow's Koatlilner Prran. soreneas aim iiuiamniaiiuu. any Substitute. Sent by mall for 25c. in stamps, yorcMlilrta teethliis, lofirai tbe euro,, reduces waists should bo repeated on skirts, pain, SJcabvlUt, liatH or footwear. pinch, it la rlcht to look our llfo accounts la s Alltn's TRIAL PACKAGE sent by mall. Address uie Tho other two blouses show one ot bravely lu tho face now aud then, and Tho daughter's doings havo been ALLEN S. OLMSTED, LE HOY, N, Y. tho handkerchief effects. Tho hlgb scttlo them honestly Uronto. the mother's nets. tucked blouso Is ot lawn and Insertion glrdlo or fichu and tho can bo nindo nt tho side. Tho last blouso shows n charming folded ar rangement completed by vest and cuffs of white uut embroidered with bit; block spots. Tho folded material should bo of tho sumo color us to skirt, but can bo of llglitur goods, tUU Because of thoso ugly, grizzly, gray halm. Use "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORSfl.o PRCS, I.OO, retail or muslin. d conversation, whllo tho visitors wero there, ono of tho ladles was describ kin, Sfd In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA ALLEN'S tight-fittin- g FREE leol-U- J hlgh-walstc- Ayer's Hair Vigor Ingredients : Sulphyr. (iltterln. Qulnin. AFTER To brlnR what pleasure nml contentment wo enn Into every llfo Is tho best wny to fill our own with beauty. O !vo Tho shadows wo cast can oscapo T Can wo look back, as ,wo walk on In life's Journey, and see no shadowy marks about our foot piness! d"nucciiifnt5 'him Ms For Mngl,tr.,.. A. H Cpkum. Ssie. Alcohol. Water, Perfwna. Sodium ChlorM. steps Anything injurious here? Anything of merit here? Will it stop falling hair? Will it destroy dandruff? Ask Ask Ask Ask your your your your doctor. doctor. doctor. doctor. FOURVEARS I 8MAKE IT OFF. M Rid Yourself of Unnecessary Burdens A Hickman Citizen Shows r t? rr t uciviuik a r sf" r Mm,,... Does not Color the Hair J V ATI OmrtMT. 1wHI. U To mnkfl homo hnppy In an nrt an nrt n good many people havo loat or never found. OFJjSERV Cured by Lydln G. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound llaltlniore, Mil "For four years my life was a misery to mo. I stinVreil rrom irregularities, terrible drnir-rIisensations, extreme, nervous, ness, and that nil trono feeling In mr stomach. I had (fiven tip hope of over Iwltijr well when I lieiran to tako Lyillafi. link-hain- 't Vegetable! Then Compound. I felt an though now llfo had been ir Don't boar unnecessary burdens. Iiurdens of a bad back aro unnecessary (lot rid of thorn. Dean's Kidney Pills euro bad Docks Cure lame, weak and aching backs; Cure every form of kidney Ills. 1Hs ot local endow mout to prove FOn,l,prcicn,ive: Frank For Sheriff: OOAthER Cairo, Columbus, Hickman, New Madrid, Packet. SIDEWHEEL Tri-Wcck- ly STEAM 10:0) tWM T LIBERTY I.KAVKS I'AIKO a. til. Monday, Wednesday nml Friday. AHHIVK8 Hickman atiout Sao on above days. Saturday, AllltlVKH lllckninn aNiut l;ion atwve days. I.KAVKS SEW MAMIIH m n, m. Tuesday, Thursday nml Connects nt Hickman every day with V. V. A Ht. I t.aitraln. Newly Pnlntedand furnished with Pullman llerllm. Apply to agent for Information, T. F. BENTON, Local Agent. FRANK CASSIDY, Master Sprinkling Rates For 1909 The sprinkling rate for the season, 1 be- ginning May st and ending November 1st, 1909, in residence section, is $ s r rr r rront ana under jJ root 8c for each additional foot. . l i . . . t so pu Business house rate, each door This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle $0 Hickman lee & Coal Co. 4? INCOKrOltATKn 4t I 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 place with the leaders of his community. Y.O.U 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. THE HICKMAN BANK -- OLDEST BANK IN FULTON C0UNTY- - Capital and Sulplus, $69,000.00 a Fainting and Paper Hanging I am prepared to do Painting and Paper Hangstyle and I put a positive ing in most all my work. I have the celebratguarantee on ed Jas. Davis line of Wall Paper Samples and my prices are the lowest. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Telephone 128. up-to-da- te ! County Assenon riven me, and I am recommending it to all my friends " Mrs. W. 8. Font), CMAS. th. lius IjnsdownoSt, Ilaltimoro, Mil The most successful remedy In this country for the euro of all forms of County Judge, female complaints Is Lydla K. link, ham's Vegetable Compound. It has W. A " ' Is Ellison's drug store and thoy relievstood tho test of years ami moro widely and successfully used than any other female remedy. It has cured ed mo Instantly. 1 am still taking County Attorney: thousands of women who havo been them, feeling that my whole system displacements. Inflam- Is being toned up aud strengthened." A troubled with JA.N ! "Pleaso state to tho court exact mation, ulceration, fibroid tumors. IrFor sslo by all dealers. Price 60 ly what you did between tho hours regularities, periodic pains, backache, ocurltiR-dowCounty Court Clerk: feeling, flatulency, cents. of 8 and 9 o'clock on Wcdneadny that Indigestion, nnd nervous prostration, Co., Duffalo, New smorning," said a lawyer to a deli after all other means hnd failed. t. r.t If younrosufferlngfromanyof theso York, solo agents for tho United little woman on the wit aliments, don't rIvm up 1ioim until you Stales. n ess stand. "Well," she said after INDEPENDENT TICKET have giu'n Lydla K. Plnkhiun's Vego-tahl- o Ilomombor tho name Doau's and n moments reflection, "I wash Compound a trial. tako no other. children and got them ready for If you would like special nrivlro For Sheriff. school, and sewed a button on John wrlto to .Mm, lMnkliuiu, Lynn. Mlm luut guided NEWS FROM STATE LINE. ny,s coat, and mended Nellie's dress Mnsi., for It. cmas thousands to health, froo of Then I tidied up my sitting room and charge. Kdmond Msddox has returned to For County Judge. made two beds and watered my house Fullon after a visit to his grnndfsth plants and glanced over tho morn er. W J. Msddox. JAMES H Ing paper. Then I dusted my parlor The small courtesies, which we often Mrs. W. C. Hurras, ltosewell they are small, will New Mexico, Is hor foroftit summer In It nml limit because and set things to rights For Jnilcr. washedsomo lamp chimneys and comb some day look largsr to us than the the guest of Swan llurrus and family w. r b;akl ed my baby's hair and sowed a but wealth which vie covot, or tho faints ie Mrs. lxu Harper Is here from ton on one of her little shoes and for which wo struggled. itowiing tireen lo spend tits summer. I .el us tsk time to gst acquaintthen I swept out ray front entry nml llaynes llurrus has returned from brushed and put away tho children's ed with imr fntntltn. The wealth you la visit to his cousin. Mrs. J. It. Moss. are accumulating may be n doubtful at Union City. Sunday clothes and wroto n nolo to Johnny's teacher asking her to ox blessing to the son who Is a stran- Isaac Snuff was In Union City last kept Thursday on cuse him for not being to school on ger to you. Your lioaullfully Friday. Then I fed my canary bird house, busy motk?r, ran never be n W M. SHmw spent Monday la I'd and cleaned off tho breakfast table home to tho daughter whom you Ion City. and gavo tho grocorraan an order have no time to cures. J. M. Itoper nnd wife were In HickJust thir.ic w man Saturday. and swept off tho back porch, and O ' have In case vo.rf then 1 sat down nml rested a fow Miss llaynes, of Now Mexico. Is go cp in sm 'kr, w THE SHADOWS VK CAST. visiting here. -minutes before tho clock struck nine, rletl a policy ir That's all." "All I" said tho dazed In this great world of and Chas. Howell lost a fine eow this panies you woaU i. lawyer "Kxcuso me Judgo; I must shadows, we are constantly easting week. starth with ag- get my breath before I call tho next shadows on those about hs, and reA. M. Shaw has n remarkable vow, Don't put t: 1 r i i " witness." ceiving shadows from them In re- having brought twin calves three you may be t times. O turn. There Is no pathway of llfo R. T. TYLER, Agent. Wo know full well tho air of po which Is not some times In the shade Money to Loan, lite amazement or amlablo incredu and there Is no one who wnlks over 1 loan money at the rate of 5 per nllty with which men usually recoivo these paths. It matters not which wny the statement of a woman's opinion thoy tend, who does not. now and cent per annum on (arm lands in the wife, and not tho husband, pulls then, cast his shadow with the rust Obion and Weakly Counties, Tenn., the laboring oar. Still It Is truo How often do wo, by n more thought- Jand In Fulton County, Ky. About f the cash value ot a farm that, let a man'B business bo ever less word or cureless act, cost a so engrossing, over so wearisome, shadow- on some heart which Is long- will he loaned. Loam made in turns of $1,000 or more (or five years over so laborious, tho mere fact that ing for sunshine ? How often does the husband, by with privilege to borrower of paying ho goes to It In tho morning and returns from It at night sets him above n cold greeting, cast a gloom (iter same after one year in (till or mak his wife In easo and comfort. For tho happy, trusting face of his wife, Ing any size partial payment desired Hi k!!- may bo, has waited anxious- at intervals of six mnnttis after the him tho slavery of routlno has its who, it ly breaks. Ho gets a breath of tho out givefor tho sound of his fool stops to expiration of one year, interest belilm a Jn)ous welcome to his ing stopped on partial payments Roonjs and B sldo world; ho has change of scono homo. How often has the parent, made. Call on or write. daily; ho sees pcoplo and hears thorn " by hnrsh reproof, chilled the overby the day or f'k talk; and his homo is distinctly his Union City, Tenn. 0. flowing spring of confidence and love fortable rooms ' i refugo and shelter. I.ct a wife and Is bubbling up from the heart mother love her homo and her chll which Reasonable Rates!! RUSH CREEK ITEMS. dren with tho most absolute uuswerv of tho Innocent prattler at his knee? Ing devotion, and serve them with tho How ofton aro the bright rays of hope Miss Nannie Luton aud Miss Zllla most unselfish fidelity, there aro torn from the clinging grasp of the of those worn out by iiverty Carter visited Mr. Dick (Irlffoy, near nevertheless times when sho Is weary souls ending conflict of life, Oakwood, week before last. She knows better Uian anyone olso and the never by the stinging ridicule or tho sordid I.00 D.tvls visited his uncle. R T tho steps and tho stitches, tho samo lliIer and family ut Hickman Hun things done over anil over, and tho ndvlso of those whom tho world Is day. pettiness of tho trials coming to tho honoring aye, lovo to honor? How Mrs. Joo Crostlc who was quite III a nursery and kitchen. Thoy aro so In often does tho child oton after It row wohks ago, is still Improving significant that she is nshamod to has grown to the full bloom of manhood, and Is clad In the garments Mrs Albert Jones Is on the sick tab6 talk about them, and wo fear sho strength and beauty bring sor- list. Sewing Machine Bomollmes forgets to tell her Savior of row to the parent already tottering Mrs. J. It. McClellnu Is Improving, how hard Uioy press her; and so runs lighter than any Mr. and Mrs .Dan Davis' baby has bearing her cross alone, Its weight on the brink of eternity? Then other. lest you cast a deeper shadow ueeu sick siuco the alst writing becomes crushing. A sumihlnny hus over those already darkening In hap Little Charllu Noonon, Infant of band makes a merry, beautiful home, inns. .ounon and wlfo Is sick. worth working In and for. If the man lasts longer than any Is breezy, cheery, consldorato and Is other. HTATsnrl)iuo.()iTYOKTui.Kio, t sympathetic, tho wife slugs In her I.1IOAS euusTT, I "" heart over puddings and mending has Frank J. Clisner limkri nth tlii ha t. ket, and counts the hours until ho imoreheautifulth1B onior poriior ottnenrm of K.J, Olmiitr .too, doing bualnvM In theUlljrof Tolodo, returns at night, and renows again any other. Oountr nnd Htnte iifornnld, mnl thst said her youth In tho security sho feels firm will utr the sum of (INK IIITNJIUKII of his approbation and admiration. 10I.I,AKH for rsoh and . oft). i'r tsrrh that ran not lw eilrrd by the use nf O has lc vibration bed-timy Fostcr-Milburn cate-lookin- g no-tw- There I nothing Rained In the kov eminent of children by threatening that which Is not performed. 0 The mother of mothers Is she who Is the guide, tho friend, tho compan Ion and confidant of her daughters the saintly Ideal and sweetest II v Iiik lesson to her son. She stnuds to them ha the embodiment of wo mnnly purity and womanly whulom If you want to rIvo n little boy, from six to ten years old, n start for tho penltentlnry. Just nllow him the privilege of running on tho street It is there he until late learns hU first crime. It is there he gets his first lesson In voider, obscene language and his start for prison Is made. 0 this. Hugo Fcthe, It. 1 D. So. 1, ot 8. Hickman, Ky., says; "1 cannot say too much In favor of Doau's Klduoy Pills. For some tlmo 1 suffered from backache and often It felt as If a knife wore being thrust Into me. My head ached sovoroly and I could hard ly stoop on account of tho tho pains through my loins. Tho kidney secretions were profuse aud wore gener ally accompanied by a scalding scina Hon In passage I fell generally miserable and was discouraged In over gelling relief whon Doau's Kidney lilts weru brought to my attention. 1 procured a box at Helm circuit Lourt Clerk, J AH. . For Jnilcr. 0l , School Superintendent. MIK U)Jt ,j Do You Carry b4M. Fire Insurance -- sun-shin- e to -- one-hal- - M Hotel... I n Slogans FREE DOCTOR ijbFREE BLACK'S E, Y E co tFREE than ar a. IR,. A--. WBATHBRLY Tax-book- .4 Miss Virginia ltcynolds left SaturNOTICE TO TAX PAYERS! day night on tho Kred Herald for s for the yonr 1909 aro Caruthersvllle, Mo., after a week's now open; and as this Is my last vUlt to Miss Myrtle Wulkor. year In office, I desire to have all O taxes paid PROMPTLY In order that IIHICIC I am burning a now kiln my books may bo balanced. You will of brick, and will bo In position In find mysolf or Deputy Goalder Johnten days to supply tho publlo with son at tho City National Dank, ut any amount direct from tho kiln. Fulton, or at my office In Hickman. penings of the day. Call telephone 34 and louvo your ord- Pleaso make payments promptly. Let us tako time to be pleasant. J. T. SEAT, S. F. C. ers. W. A. Dodda. und-bye- LET US TAKE TIME. Let us tako time for tho good-bykiss. Wo shall go to tho day's work Contains no with a sweeter spirit for It. t Painless and Harmless as Water. Let us tako time for the evening prayer. Our sleep will bo moro rest Cannot Injure, Relieves Quickly, and Cures Sore Eyes in ful If wo havo claimed tho guardian ship of God, PEOPLE, HORSES AND DOGS Lot us tako tlmo to speak aweot. foolish words to those wo lovo. Ity- , when thoy can no longer A VOUJNTAKV TESTIMONIAL. hear us, our foolishness Mill seem ,'. H. IILACK Mkmcins Co.. Krtinttt. Ho. moro wise than our best wisdom. . Centlrracu Slv lint I.. Let us tako tlmo to read our old if soty tw hIiittolli diuifulit fr u.i id tut nnllcine Il Kul tue Hlble. Its treasures will last when only one day slur u.iuir It. wo shall havo ceased to care for tho Khool mn1lauly. Any one ( t lilwttyItcurnl him to confirm war of political parties, and tho rise ivtnuc, JodcsUho, Alk Mk. 1 1(. hMtnsii and fall of stock, or tho petty hap- WATER Hall's Catarrh (Jure. NIANK J.OIIKNKY, Hworn to Iwfore me and uliicrlhcd In my presence, this nth day of Deceiiilxr, A. II H'"1 A. W, UI.KAHON. t i er. tsb'FREl NorAuv I'ciilic. Hall's Catarrh Cure la takuii iniunmii. ami acts directly n ih im.i surfiiresofthe syitvm, Hend for testlmonl. nil irre. Hold by ull Druirslsts.Tto. Tuks Hall's Kamlly 1'llla for coiistlpatlou opr,,e t than any other. is eau'c i5&FREE tab makes a more perU etitch than any other. is Trice 25 Cents e. et. 1". R. BLACK MEDICINE KCNNETT, MO. CO, We clip tho following from the Itoblusou (111.) Argus. Mr. und Mrs. J. II. Allen, of this city, are entertaining the following friends nnd relatives at their home. V. llland, West Point, Vu.. Mrs. J Misses llaiello Johnson und Dottlo Davidson, Hickman, Ky., Miss Naomi Wllholt, WoBtfleld, III., aud Allon und Kruno Itatllffo, Oluoy, 111, FREE the of btone. all bined in com- FREE SEWING MACIIINE ILLIN"15 1. CHICAOO CO. B yon fl sji v nr lutf