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The Hickman courier: August 5, 1909 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 hic1909080501_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: August 5, 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. 1 3P I THE HieKMftN COURIER. iijm NO, --- r-t A BLUE MARK HERE mmni that your tub. aorlptlon hit expired wont tha pnpar to mm to yon after thin month llenaw promptly If you that Pulls the LommeTcial KWU0CT llagon up the Hill ot Success. The Courier hae ,t a1-- ' pjnhn' Good Team, Grease the Rxles at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE I" lint TWO HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, 00UND OVER TO GRAND AUGUST 5, 1000. ESTABLISHED IN TIIE TEAR 1HIJO vo.a inn JURY. PREACHER AT A TIME CALLS THE BLUFF. TOO MANY Copyright, 10.) Wl. ' Ja, . V Jisso Clwtyen and wife, chnrsed with Krnml larceny taking goods from tho storo of Hinlth & AnibcrK on July 27th worn bound n.r to await thn action of the gram! Jury nt Its Ht'iitoinbur txnn. JiuIki- - Naylor fixed 'Cleaves' bond nt $IW0 and tils wlfo a bond at $200. Tho goods nllKKfxl to hav' lienii atolsn from this lor nm tlKiircil to bn worth IM.90, which mk. th heft a iiiltntnry nffnnsi. Jbsha ClmirH Is n young farmer of th uppor boltnms, raiding on n fnrm Indonglng to V. I,. Ilmitlml. of Moscow. wjis funilshi'il for Mrs. Ilond CImivo nnd sho wnr8lwsd from Jfcll. Ilor husband waa unable to make bond ami Is still In custody. MONEY TO LOAN. I loan monoy at thn rato of 5 per cent per annum on farm lands In Obion ami Wookly counties, Tonn.j and In Fulton county, Ky. About ono halt tho cash value ot a farm wilt bo 0 loaned. Loans made In sums ot or more for flvo years with privilege to borrower ot paying snmo after Ovar one year In full or making any size partial payment desired at Intervals ot six months nftor tho expiration of ono year, Interest being stopped on partial payments made. Call on or $1,-00- Harvest Time is Painting Time. Use lllrrril wtir Sherwin-William- s There Paint, ! Prepared. lim. ihr (ill i. tnlmdiil iintingtimc. Here are s Itw reaioni h'he vttaihtr ii tttlled and ipring Mini will not interfere. You will protect your property againit winitr i mowi and ilormi. tYou will avoid the ton and annoyance feiuitd by cnati. fliei. and other in fifcti nicking to the lurlace. likely to be leu moisture In Moiiture often cauiei bliitering, cracking and like troublei. S. Vr. P. coin leu by tbt lob than any other prepared punt or lead and oil. It coven more, weirs longerand looki better ii more economical. the lumber. S, W. P. ii the bet becauie it ii made (rom tha hifjheit quality materia Ii by themoit improved metliodi o( manufacture. HICKMAN HARDWARE CO., INCCHPOllATKI). Retweon here nnd Fulton an oner-Retl- c minister, thinking to help n n Ighbor spiritually nnd prosper n Rood cause financially, rolled upon n Fulton county farmer nnd urged him to attend services the following Sunday or nt least contribute somethingto the fund he was raising. Tho farmer remarked "If you want me to hear you, you will hovo to do your preaching In my stock lot Sunday morning nt 7 o'clock." The minister quickly called tho bluff and promised to Im on hand nt tho placo nnd hour nppolnted. Ho wns there, on time; nnd so woh tho farmer, "doing his fchores," nnd llkowlso a number of neighbors who had got on tho proposition. The prenchcr preached a good sermon, too, It Is said, and at tho closo a collection was taken up - resulting In an addition of ten dollars to the minister's fund. This Is about tho only way somo folks can bo reached. AN INQUISITIVE VISTOR. 0 ac::u" . u.i uiihir. ' Until RESTAURANT. i Pinal Action on the Tariff Bill Mav Go - nil. newi iiim. A NEW I. 'J 13 J one of the wen wrlto. tlili cltr. has laurant bualness Hiding. bhJ la no in- I Cabinet THE WAIL Of THE VANE. O. SPItADLIN, Union City, Tcnn. r Uotwoon April lCth nnd noth, 1910, cvory homo In Hickman no matter how unpretentious will have n caller. Tho visitor will bo ono of your Undo Sam's 13th census officials. Somo ot the questions ho will ask you to answer will concern name, relationship to head 'of family .color, sex, ago, conjugal condition, placo of birth of paronts, number of years In tho United States, citizenship, occupa- a u: . us well na fix- and ,..r of Ui building ban i w 1 1 . II .ft,.. ...... L;. : . Lia buaineaa In suoli wJna as well na ... (lilt... 18, I.H I'm u ni a ul airy specialty a good t of abort Unu of 1 yripl imna. Ij jou, Leonard. C. M. WARREN DEAD. Ic.il Var.ta a man oil known In tX: .. J tn Waibinxton. D. Q,, i.r Wa nn was ralaod hero it 113 hUUK ii: i j4 h. t.. iJioo Jl' l bs C'.aily Kruvtu. llo wu a the tint editor and fair. from ha aonlh. I anawar wall aummona thrra. Tb arntla Count otrnin flkl. U you muat. lint (rant a, resatant mino. Unto th van. wh mutt owy Ttia all InconaUnt wlmir Illow Gen. Hancock was defeated for tho Presidency InlSSO for declaring that tho tariff question was a local Issue. H l irKl.i: u th wttthtr-vane.- " The assertion was denied by tho republic", party nnd ridiculed by n Of wntnan has bn aald. largo number of his own pnrty. yet lint hy lay aim ot womankind, there are a few mon In either party On my dtrotrd badT today but reragnlzo that Otm. Hancock TrUf aa tt nnU to tha was about 21 years In ndvance ot tho tol. Wind, am 1 trua to the. politicians of his day of whom Iilnlno. iw hot or eoldi blow Gnrflold, Tllden. Thurmnn, Hendricks it or wL. nnd many othors. Veritably the truth faithfully. I turn-th- in Is a long tlmo dawning to tho human lllow from th borral ra- - eye but It will dawn In spite ot huIon, I Hwlnx with tbta, atralht man prejudice nnd political bigotry. Iouto E. Dodd, who has beon con neeieu wiiu uiu i.on uouni) iicraian has aovercd his Connection wfl'h th'atl' paper. IIu was at one tlmo ronn'-ot-twith the Courier and Is well known hero. Save from 11.00 to $1.50 a thousand on your shingle bill by buying direct from our mill. Yates 4. Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. Mtr:a i ict Li C I'tii, a. ditaf., A A a. tvuiiir, and waa ro- Brldget'a Beatitudes, jrrii families of. uoar messed Is tho water which Ii boil Y.a a urlutur lu tlio ing hard when tho oggs are put In to ii,l:;i)E offlco ut Uiu cook; this will prevont the yolks from a! and left a wlfu ami turning dark. Tho cgs will not craclf oeen bidi-a boat otrula If they ore good, and nave nrst ida to mourn hi tion, whethor or not employer or employe, and if employed at tho dato of enumeration nnd tho number of months unemployed during the calendar year, whether or not engaged In agriculture, school attendance, literacy, tenure of home, anil whether or not n survivor of tho Union or the Confederate army, and tho name and address of each blind or deaf and dumb person. Tho one important consideration omitted from this list Is that ot race. Owing to tho congressional action, tho census will not take up this question at all a very palpable mistake. If tho citizen does noi answer theso queries together with others that may be required In various localities as to agriculture, manufacturer inln-In- g nnd qunrrylng he may be haled before n federal court and fined $100. Tho same penalty goes If a folso reply Is returned. Watch for Hickman's population. pro-cedi- lo. SUMMER ROMANCE. t, a walk or two. a .t talk or two, it rliiE or two. nkn, a kla or two. uui t j Blue i, A An iTu i, Anal: Alo:u. A lI Eaiu. L.un, a L' Lu'. . a day or two, train or iirn. w.k or two, OPERATION PCRFORMED. warmed. to lllcased Is the whipped cream If you want a first-clas- s Job, let which has been added tho white of an Schmidt the Tailor, do your work. egg. It gives good results, and cannot bo detected. lllcased Is tho turpontlne used to remove tho stains of tar. Illessod Is tho oven which Is mucn hotter for biscuits than for bread. potatoes Illessed are tho baked which have been nrst boiled for ten minutes In salted water. lllossed are the Iroaholders whicn are lined with a piece of soft leather. They wilt not bo so bulky as If made with woolen stuff. Rusty Hooks. Rusty hooks or noils are a nuisance. especially In tho bathroom wnsro they causo rust spots on tne uamp towels. It Is. of courso, best odvlco to soy, aa did tho Irishman to those about to marry when using a rusty hook. don'L nut If not convenient to get wooden pegs, a cost of whlto paint on hooks and nails Is the next beat REEVES RESTAURANT. John Wilbur Dwigl.t representative In congress from the Thirtieth Xew York district has been selected to succeed James WatEverything New and son of Indiana its the Republican whip In tho lower houso of congress. He served In season. Good lino of stnplo congress and Is has been n member ot t'int body ever since the goods, fruits, etc. A sharo of your known as n great haruiorlzcr. patronago respectfully solicited. Next Fifty-sevent- h door to post-office- . LADIES! YOUR LAST CHANCE to buy a light, cool lingerie ll ILuljou a well known roal'tt cf h.tkii.au undirwunt un ox- vmlj i j,U, t,lKraUuu m Uiu office IT (.,..1) ..( Lull,.,. LVI,I, I,..,. Ivii'tii irotU, whlob hud en- UW.J Uii Ifft uvu. roiiiiivml . Jim 1! dress or a well made stylish wash suit at about what the material alone would cost you. Members of the board Of Control of tho State's olemosynary Institutions had a warrant Issued for Dr. W. H. Nuttall, former superintendent of tho Feeble Minded Institute, charging u him with unlawfully detaining a against her will. Tho woman In questlou Is a patient nt tho Feeblo Minded Institute. Officers are unable to locate him. wo-ma- PAYER8I thing. .. mr iuo yoar lUUS aro "Qrubby Hands." Pn, f" la Offjfand ai tbla ia my last A late articlo In a culinary Journal fW , 1 doalru In hn.v nil warns women against cooks having Itl nnlnr fttnt "heavy hands." Mitjk C V bo hft1nnnul -Evidently Kipling's soldier Is not the wv V wu will bI nail r- r or IKputy Goaldur John. only ono who objects to tho "beefy in I ,.y Nnllmml face and grubby "and." The. reason i I'on, or at my offlco In lllcktlian. given Is, however a matter of hygiene; It Is said that htavy handed Disko layiaeuts promptly. I cooks rando heavy paltry. J T SKAT, B. V. C. Tn- NOTICE TO TAX Ij.v. v -- ".f-'.!. lll, LINGERIE DRESSES in the daintiest and loveliest of summer effects, white and light blue serge, worth 7.00 to 7.50 at $4.48 $ 1 In tho Callowny circuit court at Murray a verdict for $500 damage was glveu Dock Russell. Tho plaintiff sued for $10,000. Felix Q. Ewlng, general manger of the Planter's Protective Association, had mndo a speech In Murray, and It Is alleged that while they wero discussing bis speech that Russell cnllcd Ilutson n night rider. ; i" fif:"v " u,u 8ECURE A CERTIFICATE. W0l"' ii w 0.00 Lingerie Dress, It Is now nnnouueed that President Tutt will visit St. Louis tho latter part ot October or the first ot November, and make n trip, by bout from St. Louis to New Orleans to at tend tho Deep Water Congress In tho latter city, In company with twenty-fiv- e a om, U on the r.t. -- CERTIFICATE, tho 1NTKUMU DIATK CKIITIKICATE, and tho LIFE r,t band ho foretold CK11TIF1CATB. which entitle tho hold ".v to cui,. wllM1 mn ((UouM ers to tench unywhoro In Kentucky II in "o , h ! 8Uou"t tho storm for two years, four yours, und forllfo l r,,"iu'rud tho upan respectively without further examinarf h. f'irwc". liistrumcntB of tion. Information as to the amount iMr.. . v r' ,0 o powerful of work required for ouch certlflcute .. H 01 Bl',f proaorvtttlon will bo furnished when desired. Ad u-dron II. II. Chorry, President. Went ern Normal, Howling Qroen, Ky. uian ot tho present u . ,. "r I ability in Ugo Oman returned from Luke 0W" Uar in tt. IlL'.l U.I..... '"ventlou aud county, Suturduy. ... .... "o nur uruiu hui Ut'ari1' tt"d "U'el KwtSC r, . Kee tho ad lu this Issue ot the ' ulB,u " "'"Wi'd iuto Hickman Ico & Coal Co., giving mm-uie- r Htk...V. prices ou coal. r--7 "oi iv rm,, ' A of lirot flow acroa Lyton'scoml -- French Undor tho law the Western Nornal has tho power to tsauo tho EI.KMENT-TAU- at only $5.98 governors ot-- states. A coruiul reception by tho people of the Mississippi Vnlloy will bo accorded tho Chief Magistrate ot this great Tho tools with which John Homo, the Mississippi stonemason, restored tho namo or Jefferson Davis to tho Cabin John llrldge, have been purchased as a museum exhibit by tho Virginia Daughters of tho Confederacy. Tho name removed during tho war has boon perfectly restored, Just us It was when the bridge wus completed whllo Mr. Davis wua Secretary - a I 1 h, tag ''"t entirestock of Wash Suits, in blue, green and white, all made in the latest and sold from 6.50 to 8.50 $4.48 choice at WASH SUITS-O- ur SMITH & AMBERG. ot War. Mrs. Emma Stephens left this week for lluntsvlllo. Ala., where Bhe will spoud u mouth with relatives THE. HICKMAN COURIER REVOLUTION 'Conn Western W. C. Kentucky Llkt tns Dew" CHECKED THE BILLION DOLLAR i KID NOT ENOUGH MOISTURE " BPEEU and J. 0. SEXTON', Editor! and Fropritori. REVOLUTIONISTS SURVIVINO SURRENDER. Loss of LIfa Was Orent-Repor- tCepyrtfht, 10. 0OTTON , OnOP MADE GAINS IN SOME BKCTIONS. WANTS HP on d6li.au riiK year ADVANCE. CASH IX iocond-clas3 tsd That 3,000 Wert SUln br Wounded in Morocco. JIndriJ. It wan officially announced that the cnvalry rnggsl ut Haroidon succeeded todav in drivim: into tt. Mar tin Square the principal Mind u? against wlmm the artillery opened fire, raining great lows, The survivors surrendered. The ststcmrnt further says that it now remains only to amall master group of rev nlutinnista in the villages in the trinity of Horcelona. Thus, according to official advices, the insurrection hat Urn cheeked, but at a great arrltlre of life. After fighting dr ierately ami successfully for a long time iKirricmlf", the principal motn were gradually driven to St. Martin's Njunre, where they found themselves en trHpjied. Heavy itrtiirlimenta of nrtt!-Icrand cavalry camu up nnd sum mid' rd tlirin. The artillery Immediately oH'ned fire, who mowing down the revolutionists, sought to escape, hut were met at every point with shot and shell. Those of the insurgents who were riot killed or so- rioiisty wounded threw down their arms and surrendered. The insurrection continues in the neighboring villages, u hither the troo are proceeding. The commnndrrs of the soldiers nre under orders to spare none who attempt to resist. At the outskirts of Mrllilla, the Span Ish arms have suffered a serious check. Three thousand soldiers have either leen slain or wounded, nnd the Moorish force are fighting at the very walla of the rity Itself. n Madrid, as well as In other cities throughout the rounlry, there have been loud muttering for a long time past, and the serious situation In Morocco gave the opportunity for the rising of the revolutionist's at Catalonia in pro test againtt the sending of further troops to that country. The recruiting system has served to incrcssc the disiatlsfartion of tho Span- lh people in general. All Spaniards 20 . ,! years oi age musi rciort lor military duty, but the rich usually manage to be excused. If in subsequent drawings by lot, however, they are Unfortunate, they can buy exemption for $300. Only the poor people, therefore, serve. More over, of recent years, in order to econo mize, the recruits who were supposed to serve three Tears In the army and three years In the reserves were given unlim ited leave at the end of the year. but Well Cultlrats'il. Planf ricking In Southern Georgia and Southern Texas, Small LETTER PUBLISHE For Suffer Entered at tha Hickman, Kentucky postotfico as mall matter, OPENS SLAKE THIRS DESERT VICTIM TO VEIN WHEN FOUND IS MUMBLING ANC VAINLY CLAWING AT EARTH IN DRY CREEK BED. San Hcrnardlno. Cal. A prospectoi in Dlack canyon on the desert SC miles north of Searchlight, found Israel' Swnrtz of Doston, who had been without food or wnter for three days nnd was In a condition bordering on death. The man had opened a small vein In his ariri and sucked the blood in on effort to relieve his thirst. Attracted by tho cries, Victor Du rand, a placer miner prospecting In the conyan, started to Investigate and found Swnrtx lying on his face In the hard bed of a dry creek muttering nnd clawing at the ground In a dying effort to reach water. The tops of, his His Arrival Will "Start Something." WR1GHTBREAKSREC0RD: HIDES GO ON FREE LIST WITH ONE PA8SENOER, FLIES TAFT WILL HAVE TO GET VOTES TO PUT KErOttT THROUOIL 73 MINUTES AND 40 SECONDS Covers Ovsr 60 Mliss Arsrags Cannot Gst Free Hides Through Un lsss Duty on Boots, Eta, Speed During; Flight 40 Is Also Cut. Mllss an Hour. WssXingtnn. Hides will be put on the free list If boots and shoes and other products of leather are reduced below the rates fixed by the hpuse bill. I'o less the advocates of free hIJs sre able to carry out this bargsln the whole pro gram is to be railed off. Senator Aldrich has Informed senators from the Northwestern States that he will not consent to the a)lition of the duty on hides unless there Is a material rut in the rate on boots and shoes and other leather goods. In no other way, he said, can he get the sotes necessary for the adoption of the report in the senate if it rarrir free hides. Senators from State hate Insisted thai the only way consumers can get any benefits from the of the protection on hide will be by corresponding reductions in the duties on Uxits snd shoes and harness. The Khodr Island senator's views rotnckle with this statement. The report, it i said, will be pre sented to President Talt with the statement that the conferees had not been able to muster sufficient votes to assure Its adoption and it would devolve upon the president to procure the necessary support for the program. cattle-raisin- ' Opened a Small Vein In Hit Arm and Sucked the Blood. Angers were almost entirely worn away and his milts cut to the quick. Swartz left city some time ago to organize a searching party to make an effort to find. A. O. Ellis, a close friend, who bad been reported miss Ing for several weeks and Is supposed to have perished, on tho desert. Swartz In a final effort to locate the missing man, started out alt alone. He became lost 'nnd had had, only a small quantity of water, which soon was ex- hausted. Under the burning rays of the sun he started for Searchlight. For, three days ho wap.de.red about, on the burning sands without a drop of water and finally, crazed for the want of moistures, slashed bis arm and sucked the blood. Ho was taken to Searchlight and Is now lying between life and death In the hospital at that point After his departure on the search for Bills tho latter reappeared at Nelson. Ariz. SAVED. BY CAN OF PEACHES. Lost Sands Prospector In Burning Finds Fruit In Deserted Cabin. San Bernardino, Cal. Hugh Craney, Justice of the peace at Silver Lake, owes his life to a can of peaches left In a miner's cabin In tho Avawatz mountain section by Tom Cunningham, a negro nrosnector. Oanev nnd Frank Trautman, while prospecting' xor .Mexican placer mines, ran out of water, lost their bearings and separated, taking opposite directions, looking for a spring. Trautman's dog. followed him, but later Craney found 4he dog trailing lilm. The justice trudged on over the burning sands and when the dog became' exhausted' he carried: It until It died, With hope gone, and trying to collect bis thoughts to write a farewell note, Craney saw a piece of sack flapping Ip tho hot wind. He managed to get to It and found It floating over n deserted prospector's cabin. In a cache under tho floor be found si can of peaches. Invigorated, be continued on until nightfall, when ho reached a water hole and there found Trautman, almost exhausted. Baby Crosses Ocean In Bathtub. Kansas City, Mo, Mary Arder, two months old, who was born at' Russia, traveled the whole distance from Russia In a porcelain lined bathtub. "Wo believe In being clean," tho father, a big Russian, told John Jenkins, depot Interpreter. "Wo could Tavon-Chester, Washington. The world's aeroplsn record for two men, as to both time and distance, was broken Tuesday evening in a beautiful flight of one hourt twelve minute and forty seconds upward of fifty miles, and at a speed averaging about forty miles an hour by Orvllle Wright at Fort Mier, with Lieut Frank I.' Lahm, of the Army Slgrisl'Corps, as a passenger. The former record was msde last year by his brother, Wilbur, Joint Inventor with him of the machine In which both achievements were performed, at I.emans, France, with Trot, l'alnleve, of th? French Institute as a. passenger. That flight was one liour, nine minutes seconds. and thirty-on"ou just scotched your brother s rec ord without really damsgisg It much," remarked a newspaer man to Orvllle after the flight. "That a all we meant to do," replied Orville, with a smile, which Ms big brothvr appreciatively duplicated. The cheering which heralded the set ting of a new msrk In the conquest of HE SAVED ROME, GA. the air was led by President Taft la person, who had sat an intensely InterJohn H. Wisdom, Who Helped Cap ested spectator throughout the flight and ture Oen. Straight, Is Dead. who insisted at its conclusion upon per Ala. John II. Gadsden, Wisdom, sonally congratulating the brothers upon whose famous ride from Gadsden to tjislr success, Home, Ga., during the Ciil War saved Rome from destruction by Federal raid U. S. SENATOR SLAPS NEGRO ers under Gen. Straight, died Thursday. He was 78 years old. Citizens of Koine Stone of Missouri TaVsn to Folic presenlrd him with a silver service for Station at Baltimore. saVing the city. Httltlmore, Mil. United State Sena- Wisdom uon fame in 1665 by a dar- tor William J. Stone, of Missouri, was ng ride from Gadsden to Home, ariested here Tuesday for having slapped C,'., a distance of miles, tha fare of Lawrence J. llruwn, a rolotrd which resulted in the rapture by the waiter on a Pullnisn rar on the Penn Confederate cavalry leader, Gen. X. I). sylvania lUilroad, shortly after the train Forrest, of Gen. Abel I). Straight, and reached Wilmington, Del., op its way the saving .to the Confederate of the. to Washington. foundries and stores at Home. Senator Stone, who at one time was Wisdom was a Confederate mail car governor of Missouri, requested Hrown rier, and when Straight and his band of to serve bim wiUi some food, and thq Federal raiders passed through Gadsden negro kept him waiting twenty minutes and proceeded up the west bank of the after others on the car had been served. Coosa river, preparatory to crossing and This prompted the senator to remon making a forced march to Rome, Wis strate with the negro, whereupon the Uthorse, started ter became surly .ami impudent. dom, with a The from the east shore of the river shortly senator says he tried to Ignore the waitafter nightfall on his perilous trip, cov- er's remarks, but the latter became so ering the distance in less than seven offensive that he slipped him across hours, and using on the trip seven the face. horses. He arrived at Home six hourt The conductor of the train appeared on ahead of Gen. Straight, and the city was the scene about that time, preventing prepared for the Utters coming, Gen. ny further disorder, and when tho train Straight and many of his men being reached this city Kenstor alone was taken prishner. turned over to a special officer. e sixty-seven . lleet-foote- d Memphis, Tenn. Ilaliifall In the cot ton, lelt throughout rth month of July has lieen light. Tills' ha hern favorable tn the client that It has perinlltnl tlior Renftfi Af ough cultivation, but now that such from Pcmaici cultivation has been accomplished, the need for rain is becoming general. Out Minncanoui, side of Texas there has as yet been no 1 cute suffering. liuunist was mf The plant has not msde rapid growth ind Is still small everywhere1 urept In ef ii Oklahoma, but it Is stocky and would to the stimulation of readily abundant moisture. tat I. r "S If In Texs covering the week rejH.it show that abundant rains fell in southfc i ;r :wa ern and western purls of the stale, ami that the crop, although it had suffered severely, was lutidi lienefltcd. In central and northern counties some rain trri fell, with great to the cotton. erowatronirer nr I .'... .f but many districts In these sections had YmV'i "I very light showprs or tin utn at all, ami sre still dry. The most marked gains during the I week were made in Alabama, Georgia MIS Keraml (.1 v ... " ""lu. and the Candinai, Where the crop in Minn many liuUnce new make letter promof unsolicited ,m . ?l?ouMtul .... ise than w at One tlnle thought possiWiP .ttn. Mm ituiiciii-oi i T. a v lvf.;. ble. Mississippi Where rain fell In thts worn roou ard hejb. state the rrop looks much better. Women trim mrr.. e. iJ. V."'' .'JC WJ Throughout the delta It is quite dry. snd although the crop Is now In a good state of cultivation, It Is nut growing rspldly. Tennessee The rrp In Tennessee Is M If mil trnnt nAAli doing well. Some correspondents say It is quite promising and above an aver KfioviIUiTntvoiirlrti-.;..Ji sreIt la rspldly bring laid by. A good general rain would ! "tJwnB f ck women h Alshsms The cottos rrop is soother wi,m,w luirattt unco. week goue toward maturity. Weather was very favorable, showers being beneficial, and since the rrop is clean it Is WHY, OF COURSE. growing rapidly. Farmers now eipect to make much more cotton than was at one time (lxir.ht. possible. Arkansas There are complaints that the plant need rain. Showrrs wbieb fell were pnly local, and there are secdry for weeks. tions whleli have The plant, as a rule, however, Is v. Mlnn.r... rrtul " "il " 'i:ht. -- j 4 . - -cn thrifty. Georgia The crop In Georgia Is in the bet condition of the month. In rsntral arid southern counties Ita condition I excellent A few locally heavy fains fell, but the damage was not extensive. Texts In the territory south of a line drawn from Navasota to Ilurnrt ami west of a line from Humel to Vernon abundant rains hare fallen. In most of this territory the rrop will br greatly Improved by reason of the moisture, although in the. southwest it I Impossible tn regain all the loss. Elsewhere tome good rains have fallen In locsilitles, while other localities not far distant TREAT ALL CHILDREN ALIKE have had very light showers or no rain at all. Around !lla and In Nosthern Texas It is becoming quite dry. Interstate Commerce Commission youra gives the bullae;" "None of 'em. Tho toiL" Tanner, w&jcn cf t rsti cf Allows No Cheap Washington. school Children Far. who attend BAD POTATOES CAUSE FEVER Alleged Source of X'yphoid on Bat tlsshlp First. Proviitcetown, Mass. Thst the outbreak of typhoid fever among the men of potathe battleship fleet was due to toes, was the official verdict of a naval physician on the supply ship Celtic after a thorough invrst,lgy tiun. The ire eiestu ami va.riMs itbcr.thiugs. on the ship' bills of fare have been under suspicion, but It Is now brlleved that (potatoes were tha cause of the trouble. As a result of the examination of hundreds of barrels of tubers In the Celtic tore room, about CO per cent were condemned, and the vessel stesmcd out to tea and dumped them Overboard. There are four new rases of typhoid , fever on the Wisconsin. roads as do other children of like sge. This ruling of the interstate eommvre commission, made Monday, is a reaffirm ation of an administrative ruling of the commission made Several months sgn. The proceeding was Instituted tipuit petition of the Pierre rVhool, of Philadelphia, and other schools in Philadelphia and New York. Iuts out that the The commission ruling does not prohibit the publication of' the commutation rates for children of ages, but merely holds that such rates must be open to all children within the age stated In the tariff, regardless of their mission, errand or business. mut ay the same fare on rail- Privilege ef Enjluh Huiti-- i A wife who it tit Mnrylcbone pollen rc.rt hlv::; alt other dar that her atiJ ... L . I I by Mr. Plowden thai t' i :h:i cf a husbnud'a privileges "You must put up w.'i 'is told her IV'rr aa husband than no huibaci si . ef "Hut I have had so turr this kind of thing ste p::.t:"i .' "I cannot give jaj y Mr. Plowden replied pect a certain amount cf '. In tiit world." c.c;;:cj , . l.jcJtt r.'-'tu- td Have No Use for Pins. :titd All American ex;-- i . Dc .r arc warned by Con5 d t, Hint they'll never crt r.'s It km Tit pin to tho jieopl. cf Chinese) have no tit-- ' r I saya, "atrlnga and kr.'j xtJ xc r' cxji i ineellnj: every tv and female, young anJ r or her garments securely sti tcxti V fastened. SURPRISED HIM Doctor's Test of Food. A doctor In Kansas eiptrlmestrl with his boy In a test cf f;:4 iw glvci the particulars, Hewn 4 T naturally wntch the eSect of fercnt foods on patlcn's, My 13 tie son, a lud of four had trto with pneumonia and dur'.arh did not seem to care for W kind of food. "I knew aometh'ng cf CrtfeVJ and Ita rather fasc ni' ne flu" SHOT DEAD IN Seen COURT ROOM Was In LitU Itock; N. F. Wil-li- s of Indlanoplis the Victim. Utile It.ick, Ark. W. Y. Ellis, of OVER MILLION ANNUALLY. ei crib and a bathtub, so wo bought a tub and made it' do for both purposes." Arder has 11 other children, too. lie was taking them to Hlllsboro. Kan., where his brother owns a wheat farm. Worth Pondering Over. I am suro it Is a great mistake always to know enough to go In when it rains. One may keep snug and dry by such lf.towledgo, but ono misses a world of loveliness. Adellno Kuapp. not Tory well afford to buy both a Four Die in Chicago. Blindness Is Cured. Chicago. Heat and lightning caused Kankakee, III. Lillian, the the .death of four persons here Thurs- daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Edward Foun day. 'Wind, wlfjch reached a velocity of tains, was cured of blindness on the oc forty-twmiles "in hour, caused excescasion of the annual pilgrimage to the sive damage to property. shrine of St. Anne, at St. Anne, III, Curl Haiugn was struck by lightning marking the tlose of a nln days' novena. and killed Instantjy. je to the altar by her mother, the child Thomas Msdone'y fell dead on the side- suddenly staggered back In affright, as ' walk. ., her closed eyelid opened. Crying for James Turner' was struck dead by Joy, the mother pushed her way through lightning. the crowd of cripples and hurried to a Joseph Itehman was prostrated by the nearby home. t heat. ; i Field for Futurity. There were "in'oro than twenty New York. The grest Futurity will lie run Monday, Aug. 30, which will o(n the fall season on the inetroilitan cirForgot Trap Gun Dead. cuit. This famous classic will he worth Smithville, Gu. A trap gun which about $.10,000, Entries closed Jan. S, Hooker; n merchant, had set 'for with 034 nominations, of which 333 when Mrs. 1007,void) 3u'J declared ut burglars was 'discharged are $0 each, 83 at two Hooker opened 'the store door, $20 each, SO at $G0 each and 24 at $70 charges of buckshot entering the wo- each. Of the remainder about 70 will man's Ixrly. Death resulted four hours forfeit an average of $100, while starters later, Mrs, Hooker knew of the presmust pay $330 extra, the Coney lslund ence of tho gun in the store, but had Jockey Club adding $10,000. , forgotten the fact. Arrange River Trip. TOURISTS HAVE WARM RIDE. Washington. President Tuft has ar ranged somu of the details of his trip Trip Through Kansas Made in Broiling down the Mississippi river from St. Louis to NW Orleans. The president Sallua, Kan, Touring over 200 miles will reach St. Iouls from Houston, of Kansas prairie, with the thermometer Texas, Oetobe'r Mi, and will leave there registering 09 in the shade was no easy for the fourthly trip down the river on day work for the (ilMden tourists, October 20. On his bout theru will be as there wits no shutle for the the governors of thirty states. On an occupants of the curs. Somebody said other lioat there will xs more than one the temperature was ISO in the sun, and hundred congrossmen and everybody belieVrd him. While the tour- Sherman. On the way to New Orleans ists suffered, tho curs hehuved very welt tho president probably will stop ut Mem over roads tliat excelled uuy yet dUcov-c- J phis nnd Vlcksbur. since the start of the tour. o . Km-me- tt Pine Illuff, shot and killed N. P. Willis, of Indianapolis, Intl., in the Pulaski county chancery courtroom Tuesday afternoon. The court had just made an order reversing a former order of several courts reJsllve to the custody of the dsughter of Willi and his former wife, who is now Ms- - W- Y. Kills. The shooting vras sroninianlrd by many sensational incident and caused a gvneral panic In the building. The Karl Dill assault case was being tried lu the adjoining room, and when the first shot was heard, 300 women and men in attendance rail over each other in search for the door, Judge I ah was compelled to adjourn his court. Willis and his mother were in Judge Kulk's chandlers, accompanied by Senator Jeff Davis, who has lieen counsel for Mr. Willi In hi endeavor to obtain au order of tourt permitting him to visit hi tlttd, Mary Willi, at stated Intervals. Judge Fulk hud announced "hi decision, which was favorublu to Willi, when Kill drevv a pistol from hi (locket, und pointing the weapon over the head of Judge Fulk, (lrcd pearl-handle- Shirt of Daughter of Isador Wormitr. Widow Gets $30,000. New York. The bulk of the Income. lrary $3,000,000, It the sum Mrs. Jef- jcran-lescenc- ferson Seliguun, daughter of tha former millionaire banker, (sudor Wormser. will receive annually from her father's es tate, hiu report of Jvlvtard lUssctt as referr ivwsrds, to Carrie. Wormser, tha widow, $10,000 a year, while the income from the I ml mice, of the estate goes to the married daughter. particularly ncur of powers, so I ls t :t (fVf boy on (IrnptvNuts and forsl irc tho first dish that bo Idtrd It . 'His mother gave It to I n and ho began to Improve i', cs" less than a month he tad W -a about eight pounds ard no hrtW strong wo had welt nnd f-so Georgia Faces a Deficit. A truce in the prohibition war in tha Georgia legislature was declined In order that the tux bill might lx considered. As one member put It, "We must look after raising the wind, and we need it." Facing u big deficit, the assembly is disponed (o tu nearly everything. The rate upon lightning rod agents, xil rooms, odu water fountains, etc, is being raised liberally.' Agents at railroad station who sell 'Me accident insurance tickets will have to pay $50 a year. Taft Wants Tariff Down. Washington. At an informal meeting of the "Progressive" senators, Senator UristQtv.mkd re"ti of a- visit he made to tin White House, in view of a statement the Miltlon of the "progressive" senators. Mr. Ilrittnw sshl lie found the president Insltent tion b downward revision as outlined by him in his camtMiIgn speeches, and so far as he went In that direction, the progressives were with hint. He also said the president was not tiUased with the Mil so far us it has been formulated. FOURTEEN MORE DEAD. Town of Bsrop By Destroyed Four teen Killed in Texts Storm. Houston, Tex. -- .Piobttbly fourteen dead and the little town of Hast nip Hay, lourtevii mile irom Augletou, totally wiped out, is tho reimrt brought buck from a coast tour by Curt. Pat lkintuti of (Yulvcston. Tho few survivors uro in need of iiiimuillutu a(J, and are lit a p.itlaMe tutu for tuu iaak of luod, water and clothing, mid tjiny ire suhs'stlng na food, which barely kirps bi'y und mill together. camo dor-- with trouble nnd beforo I waJ got so weak ho could anxiety about him. "An old patient oi ci ne . ca. "VfS. Atlanta, (in. no iiuu mvm : ... li food for tho sick wl'hnImmediately put I m "I Nut. with good, rkh ml Ik J I , sugar llttlo pinch of by when I camo next day 'V good never nto anything ec made mo feci so ;- & "I am picaseu . well on urapo-r.ui- . rt. ," U sUck to It for two or i begnn to bratv h -t then ho t With rlco or an fFK or If c- 1" hopeless condition pounds In two n;ontN ago Is remarkable , -I could quote n IK ni Ornpe-Nuthas worked u" Thoro'a n Reason In T Road to WeUvllle." ! vc-na . m lulercst. nre sreuulae, true, a BRIEF STflTE NEWS to CAPITAL NOTES. Changes In Mllltla Officers. Tho adjutant gcncral'fc department announced tho aTpolntmcnt by-- Gov. Wlllson of the following offlccrfc of tbo i'lrat reKlmcnt to fill the vacancies caused by resignation: Cnpt. Felix Kerrlck. io bo malop Thlert hit- ;l!on, C'4it, William II. Caporfon, to bfl malor Vlrtt initial) rtn f .In tit Vllllum II Mesdowa,- touba captain 8f vo. v, nmt jjout. Oeorgo W. to bo captain of Co; I). Sey-niour. Items of Special Interest Our Rcadors Cb4 ot? Topics of fany KJrjids, by Recognized Authority sliow .you and shouldn't all. Itubber. at Bachelor in the White House Tti proaldont has bnpplly solved tho problem or disposing of tba Ions evenings by taking long autmobllo rides about tho city and suburbs, lie uiunlly itartt out on tbeao tripi about 0:30 o'clock, returning to tho White Homo at H or afterward. Cnpt, Arch-IbalHull, tbo president's aide, la always tila companion on thcie ami uiunlly the president an Invitation to aomo cabinet offlcer, aenntor or representative, and atop at the guest's bouie or club to pick him up. The evening rides often extend out Into tho beautiful Itock Creek park, which itrctcbca for mlloa along tbo llttlo watorway whoso namu It beara. At other ttmca Mr Tat baa hla clutuffour drlvo about the city or on the Potomac park drlvoways, which skirt tho river back of the White Houao and thu monument grounds. Arising at about aeven o'clock tho preeldent gives nearly an tour to dumb-bellpulley weight! and other forma of cxcrclio prescribed for him. slowly and uaualty Ho breakfast alone. During hla morning meal and d Jour-noya tele-pbon- GLEANED FROM MANY SOURCES. " ... - ta President Taft, rnw nr me - - rr "uacneiur ."''; i,- - ' v" . .rfnmmt officials and riJJents whoie fnmlllea ! .u. it., f t n nf Tht trcsiucnt toe h t .l-- : tut'oa tblorhlcally.dooin't seem read-VT.7 w rather and I treat delight lettera ucniui. ni m rramht with the r ri ii. inai ueieL iuq ihviw , iSf c.5 k nil nuuiv mw "I1 e goes "uu bcn his food and lodging aa . In Mrs. Uttrr UchflCT .. i. ..! cf .i.i mm tail lasnion .. fit te ., . it, , " , ccjpancy of the Iloverlr CV UVIIl - I r n in U1U ..1 tikrn care or ana uomesuc . white House run on tha 111 uhiia nnusn " - -- Dcm m Mrs irrsUrnt. however, allowed ke the "first cook" to Tift 13 caos. ., k .i vrtJ n i wn .. administration. ,,m run riM nttrl away lr!n! and wbo Wilt Houia kttcheni now Ii w -- ....I lrBCJ "u,u Bhe Ii M,rv win rial. ts;.i'.t for half an bour or to afterward, the president reada tho newspaper. Between 9 30 and 10 he begins hla busy day In tho executive offices. At 1:30 cornea luncheon at the White Houio alwaya with aomo Invited gucat for company. Tho afternoon la devoted to golf, for the president hopea to play every afternoon that be remain In Washington. Dinner alwaya find guests assembled and uiunlly tt la an Informal and delightful meal, which beglna a little after seven o'clock and aoroetlmea continues for nn hour and a balf. Illinois v Senator Is Railroad Magnate achemo to exploit what I known ni the Costilla land grant The Costilla Stale Development Company, tho Costilla Power Company, and tho Costilla Irrigation Company all havo been launched with the railroad, and Senator Lorlraer nnd Congressman Weeks have ahares In each. Tho president of the new railway M renj many rcpona m now Company happena lo 1ms Kranklln B. J 'I. nru vin'arci on tba part of Ilrooks, who a few years ago ubly rept irnator from llllnola resented tho state of Colorado al tlf tw .I- - iro floating Into Waahlngton, Waihlngton n represon'atlveatlarge. at Therein lies the story of how Messra. UH 'Vn to be known i Wfi"ly WlMiam' Uulmer I.ortincr and Weeks were allowed tc cf r"!n "Miiter" and "8en-tti- participate In the "good thing" out In r.rj'dei continuing at tht Colorado. The most Important house lul of a iccniful brick manufactur committee on which Mr. Ilrooki !tj c nrjiny and one or two otner served while In congress was tho com'n l'fc''Ko. Mr liOrlmeraoon mittee on agriculture. Mr. Iorlmei b to rtrt ';ato In a ateanitxuit bull- - and Mr. Weeks wore fellow members They sat aide by alda In many Im tin cn tbe Mlaitiilppl and to help ejt'.8 a ra.lroad In Colorado. portant meetings of tho commutes riMp In a concern which during tbo packing house Inquiry and lit)rrrata itramboatf of light draft The discussion of tho pure food bill tt'ic-- 81 Paul and St Iuli and Naturally they all became fast friends, frtlih wfcrat cargoes to ahlpi at and accordingly when Mr. Ilrooks reNo Orlrani connecting with tho lead-h- i turned to prlvato life and visited tht n!l llnf, u announced recently. vast In search of capital' for his new Vn bow hai come from Colorado projects he sought them out and won it tie San I.ula Valley & Southern their approval nnd financial support fUIluy (oaspany bai been projected, Thus It was through his member fVnator Irlmer of Illinois nnd ship on the committee on arrlculture Cotxruican Weeks of Maasachusetta that Mr Iorlmer lias been afforded irwL'aeut among !ts Incorporatora. tho opportunity ot becoming a railOtacc'fd with the project la a way magnate coE.-'-- 5 Uncle Sam Looks Up Turkish Cigarettes tobacco Is grown Is n low mountain- ous region bordering tbo south shore of tbo lllack sea. The tobacao Is grown, llku the grapes, on tho slopes of tho hills, nnd the cllmntn la alwaya humid, A clear sky and bright aun aro extremoly rare. Tho methods of tobacco culturo aro primitive, and much la left to chance nnd nature; no systematic rotation of crops Is prnctlcod, no scientific fertilizing and there la little cultivation. In Trebliond the averngo yield Is about '800 pounds of tobacco per acre. Tho leaves nro put on strings, each quality by ItsMf, and bung on polos In tho open air. Then, when dry, they are put Into a aweathouso. A good deal ot tho Turkish tobacco Is made up In Hungary for tbo American cigarette trade. In ono factory In Kluno, Hun gary, Jn tho last year, 371,000,000 were manufactured. Sotuo of tho tobacco camo from llraill, Java blto tbo tongue and havo small dark leaves, Tbo most aromatic sorts are what aro called .Marilim nnd Derp. The country whero the best Turkish "to ir wmto. POR the benefit of people who have JoTtloped a great fonJncis for the "Killed Turkish and Kgyptlan clga-Wtt- i, the state depnrtmcnt nt Wash-Wo- n has mado un Investlratlon of tobacco Industries of the oast rortlcslly all of tho Turkish tobacco tooei from Ham,0Un, In tbo district Trebltond Urte Quantities of tho Trcbitond wdicco are sold by the Turkish grow, Kgypt. where It Is used to ttn tho tobacco obtained from parts of Turkey The Trcbitond aroma and large, very light which do not keep well. w Samsmin nnd llnfrn tobaccos nro tfotgtr, bau moro aroma, Is weak, has Sinks trrtreA Ia dw 'Auditor Jnmca has sent itntnmnnu O all of thn banks nntlMriir thnm Ihnl ? they must pay tholr ' taxes Immediately, Lexington. Kr Tho claim is triMo or me penalty would be put on them. AltllOURh a banker hlnmnir AnAHnr In Central Kentucky political circled Hint Clarence Uj Dm, president of the Ja.mes will play no favorites with the Hurley Tobacco Society, nnd other t. i. prominent republicans In that organ ization havo entered Into on a?reo-- J i wncreuy jungo ku u near is to Day's Doings in Kentucky havo their supiiort, and nk much ot that of tho membership of the Ilurlcy Frankfort, Ky Having recovered Society as they can control, In hla race for tho republican nomination for from his recent Illness, Henator Thoi. governor of Kentucky. In return for II. I'ayntcr left for Washington, D. C, this support. It la alleged. Judge to rcsumo his duties In congress. O'llear agreed 1o take tho stump actively In tho campaign for tho pooling Covington, Ky. The' fourth annual of tho 1909 tobacco crop. fair of the Kenton County Agricultural association will open at tho Erlanger SIZZLING ROAST fair grpunds on August 18, and will continue until and Including August ill. Qlven Mayor, General Council and Builders of Louisville Gaiety J,exlngton, Ky. Oeorgo W. Darnall, Theater. one of the oldest and most distinguished members' of the Fnyc'lt'o county bar, Ijotilavlllo-- , Ky. Mayor Jainea F. died from pneumonia. Mr. Darnall lle firlnilead, he general oquocll of was a natlvo of Virginia nd was 01 aid tbo builders ot tbo Unlet years old, , theater camo In fur a sizzling roast from Judge J. Wheeler McOee, Judge) Louisville, Ky. Nearly all of tho of the Ixulsvlllo jkjIIco court In bis of the .First Ipfantry, Kentucky uplnlon, Judge McUee takes all to' (ask National Guird, thrcwup jhelr .comwho were directly or Indirectly con7 missions when they learned of the resm nected with the building of tho ignation of their commandor, Co1, D, Haldcman. Itu rhargta that tho theater was as Iho result of conspiracy botwevn tho city ndmlnlstrntlpn .and Islington, '.Ky- - To determine their strong, but transitory, Influence commercial valuo tests of clays from seeking to set aaldo for Individual pur-po- several section of Kentucky an: .bea benign rule of civil conduct ing conducted at Stato university unadoptrd In moments of deliberation der the direction of Prof. II. D. KaMln, for humane purposes," Judge McCco of the College ot Mining Engineering. holds tho members of tho city adminCreenup, Ky. William Culberson. istration up to scorn for their nllegcd connivance and says be sees political Chesapcako and Qho railroad tlckpt agent nt South Portsmouth, was bruInfluences at work. tally murdered on the platform of tho Btallon at that place. His skull was PRIMARY PEOPLE UPHELD crushed, and there wcro several cuts ' In AIJ of Their Contentions by Demc-- about his head. Committeeman Donaldson. , cratlc Winchester, Ky. The sale of tno K'ewMirt. Kf At the conclusion 4,000 hogsheads of hurley tobacco was nf a fun hours' lesslon In which Ken begun burn and will continue until all tucky Ktato Centrnl Democratic Com la sold. The selling Is being runhed mitteeman J. A. Donaldson sat aa a and bidding Is spirited, although the. political tribunal here Uj Iry tbo quos-tlo- range of prices Is lower than that at as to whether or not a primary Which this tobacco was brlglnally sold. or convention shquld be held for tho Ixnilsvllle, Ky. Tho next annual purpose of selecting a ticket ror uie coming fall election. Judge Donaldson meeting or the Kentucky Par associarendered a verdict upholding tho pri tion will be held al Tdlddlesboro, bemary people In all of their contentions, ginning August 12 and lasting threo He declared the call for a convention diyil .Th" Mmq and., place of the to he held at Alexandria. Ky.. null and meeting wcro agreed upon by tho void and ordered that the primary of members of the executive commltlec, August 28 bo held as originally caneu In session here. hv tho tnnlnrltv of the committee when Esllll Springs, Ky. The Kentucky It broke away at Alexandria on July 15 at nnd held a meeting on tho seconu noor state tennis tournament very Estill classy Springs brought out some ot tho courthouse. p'ayors for the men's singles, and the matches wero exciting from start to CLASH OF AUTHORITY finish. Splendid exhibitions of tennis broth-t- r, In Enforcement of Milk Inspection wre given by tho Arterburn of Louisville. Averted by Health Offleer Promising to Obey State Edict. Lexington, Ky. Circuit Judge ParKy. The threatened ker passed until August 3 tho hearing Tiiilivllle petition for an Injunction clash of nu'horlty between Dr. T. II. of tho - eitv health officer, and state nnd against tho city council to prevent tho H.iUmwaar county health officers, over tbo en adoption of the ter contract between the city of forcement of tho mUH Inspection proc and tho Lexington Hydraull lamation, wan averted by tne rccem. Manufacturing Co. from Dr. llaker by Dr. J. N, nnd of a letter McCormack, president or tne siaia traffic Ky. Railroad Louisville, board of health, announcing his Intenmanagers and freight agenta repretion to submit to the edict of tho state senting about 25 railroad attended a board. Dr. Baker assured Dr. McCor meeting of tho Southeastern MissisIn tlio in sippi Valley association here. The mack of his spection of cattle In tho city of Louis body considered many questions of ville, and said further tnat no wouu rulek .and regulations dealing with the furnish inspectors. lnterhandllng of freight business. Rumor Is Current In Central 'Ktj iucxy roimcai circles mat surisy Tobacco Society Officials WIII.Su' port Judge O'Resr for CoVarner.4 ' . . m-n- A Iqu-Isvl- ors Wll-ila- ed nes A Hay Ride and Corn Party. Days by tho shore aro simply glori ous this month; tho winds have commenced to sing tho requiem, and there Is beauty In nature which seems to como only with tho August moon. Hut I started out to tell ot a hay ride and corn party that was a lowllng access In every sense of the word. Tho hostess appointed a common meeting place, where tho great farm farm wagons with four horses awaited tho guests. After a merry ride ot ten miles, made gay with resounding horns, a campflro was built, tablq put up on sawhorses with tbo long boards that had been brought on tho wagon, and the corn feast began. Tho hostess had gotten stunning corncob placo cards, nut holders, popcorn done up In green crepo paper to look like ears of corn. Thero were boiled ears, roasted Cars, corn fritters (tho batter mado at homo and carried In a glass Jar) with maple syrup. Of course thero were potatoes sweet nnd Irish roasted In tbo coals, and lots ot sandwiches, plain and filled with minced ham. Tho candy was an exact reproduc tion of corn kernels. It was given In little boxes shaped like ears of corn, A secret of her picnic was revealed by this young woman, who Is noted for this form of hospitality. She said sho never asked more than IS to her out door affairs, nnd took especial pains to keep tho guests who were congenial In groups, and always provided a man for every girl. If married couples were .not Invited. Then she considered alwaya who was to be bidden to a picnic, for there are thoso who loatho outdoor spreads, nnd thoso who "hate" formal dinners. The successful hostess Is the one who discriminates closely regarding guest have loo'jtd at Which trteon calendars do y And. Date. 24. Which Is a joke told many times. Chentnut. 23. iWhtoh do wo call an Ohio man. Iliickeye. 2, And which for aoup we sometimes plan. Crab. 27. Which tells where at on land or sea. Him. 2S. a. tree. And on our feet we'll wfar which Sandal. A Simple Party. Thin la ccrtnlnly a most amusing affair and will repay a hostess for tho trouble of arranging for JL Hut then to be a successful hostess the labor that precedes an event should nover enter Into the calculations. There must bo an equal number of men and women; eight couplos make a party easily provided for. In the Invitations to the girls tha hostess requests a sample of the gown which thoy wilt wear and to tho mea tho missives request a sample, of tho necktie; these to be sent In advance to the hostess. Tho saiAplcs are neat ly mounted on "sample" cards, and the neckties passed to the girls; tha dress materials to the men. In this way partners are found for the progressive conversation which will bo passed, and tho men are to write descriptions ot the gown, the sample ot which fell to their lot, and the girls and function. Forestry Contest. an attractive contest for a limited number of people. It could be used for a largo crowd It the questions were printed or even so as to save the hostess so much writing. For prizes, a pollshpd wood paper weight, a pincushion of Yucca palm, or any article of wooden manufacture. A toy ax or hatchet In a block of wood for a consolation prize would be suitable and provoke much merriment. 1. Which trte a kissing .gamt could This Is type-writte- n are to wrlto about the ties, material, style, etc. Five minutes will be given to these descriptions, and then tbo papers will be read aloud. The prizes are to be sample packages of any product tho hostess may. seloct Tho refreshments aro to be novel. Inasmuch as the hostess will hare the tea nnd coffeo made by a "demon strator" (one Of the party who has been previously asked to do It), and the other things aro to be served In There will boxes marked "Samples." be sandwlehea.of various kinds, olives, salad, small cakes, tele,- Tho contents of tho boxes will .be spread upon the table, which" Is to bo supplied with alt the requisites In the way oi dishes. While at thd'table the Yoom It to be suddenly darkened and little saucers containing a mixture ot chopped nuts, candles and crackors nro to be passed and eaten. When tho lights are turned on each one Is to write down what he has had, the one nearest correct being given a "sample" cake ot chocolate. twenty-flve-yo- Jasx-lng- ton MADAME MERRL play; Tulip. 2. And which Its father's- name could tuy. Pawpaw. 3. Which shall we wear to keep us warm. Ftr. i. And which do ships prefer in storm, liny. 5. Which shows what lovelorn maidens do. Tine. 6. And In the hand which carry you. i Palm. 7. And which is It that the fruit man Grecian bands of cut Jet are pretty fear. Locust. I. And from their pipes men shake. as hair ornaments on some young women. Ash. I. Which, tree la It bad boys dislike to Chamois skin and silede, cut Into see. Illrch. fringe; appear on some ot the fancy 10. Which is a girl both young and hand bags. sweet. Teach. II. Which like a man, bright, dapper Lace will be more than rivaled la and neat. Spruce popularity by embroidery and braid 12. And on which do children like to trimming. play. Ileeeh. The faience braids 'In plain colors IS. To which tree turn we for Roods to wear nnd stuff to burn. Cottonwood. are used almost exclusively on Jaunty more, 14. Now divide you one tree you've part of a dress and part of a Jacket suits. .Laces dyed to match, the .dress are door. Hemlock. 15. Which tree Is never seen alone. good trimmings on some of the Pear. Jacket suits. , 16. And which one Is a warm Linens are either very heavy, altons. Cherry. most ltko Russian crash, or they are 17. And which In church doth office very thin and fine. hold. Elder. 11. Which Is a town In Ireland old. Dainty shoes with fancy straps and Cork. buttons are- well liked 1). For this one do not look so far, ornamental which tells wliat charming people are. by young persona. Poplar. The bottoms ot sleeves are much . Which one will allay the pain If while the upper parts are promptly rubbed on bruise or sore. Wltch-haie- l. trimmed, platn. . in foquD one--col- brig-tit- - 21. The carpenter doth use which tree The Dutch collar, finished at the to make his wall straight as can be. front with two tiny rosettes and Plum. Ii To which tree do urchins call to long tab, Is exceedingly dressy. left absolutely "MMr acenta, to tho United Statea very lit-- Louisville. Ky. The? Continental Na tional bank has passed out of exist ence. Thn J200.000 capital stock oi tho Continental hns been bought by tho Commercial Hank and Trust Co. Sant 1. Jones, president of the Commercial Hank and Trust Co.. remains at tho head of hla own bnnk. which as a result of tho deal now has a capital stock of 1700.000 and deposits approaching $2,500,000. Kentucky-Pres- ot the association havo approved the plan Inaugurated by tho management of the Illuo Grata fair, to mako Friday, August 13, Kentucky Press association day. A. D. Miller, vice president of the association, has been appointed chairman oi uio uuy. Lexington. s Ky. Officers For Embroidery do not and Sumatra, Tawney Gets Taft to Stop at Winona II -- VSBBBBSBSSl Oir President Iloosevolt tho west when ho came In his Itinerary, too, omitted. .Mr. Tawuoy trnlu up tho lino nnd was touring was tho n to Minnesota. Wlnonn boarded aakod for R l A NTVT,VK TAWNKV. who vp" 3m nrmmU,ee,n nnJ th0 tb?.;,eBa r In'. i mornlB "' Wl. p- - "0" fdr ttio prcsldeufa travel- - E tn?,..r,r1'4 Wd 0 , nK .na 0,",""'"' 10 pnt W,no,la mal, ,,0' 1,0 Ut ,i,W,nt lloosvcIt U,,t ot 11,0 "PProprto-ttorho ru"""bered " Tho on y a lmd told. quurtorbour stop and speech In his town. Secretary Loob tmld It would going bo Impossible, ns they wur soiuevi'bcro elso nnd had to hmry or thvy would bo Into. Then Mr, Tawney looked up tho district passenger agent of tho road, who was on tho train. Kor some reason, not yet entirely explained, tho engluo got out ot order when Winona was reached, and It took tho cnglnoor 20 minutes to find thu fault and tlx It. In tho meantlmo Mr. Tawne, had Introduced Mr. Itoosevelt to a large crowd of hla admiring townsmen, and tbo president had made a speech. Mr. Taft said ho was convinced ho would have to stop at Winona anyhow, nnd he might as well prouaUe to do so now. Winchester. Ky. Offlclnls of tho Hurley Tobacco Society who attended the conference with tho American Soof ciety of Equity committee In LexingFrankfort, Ky. Commissioner Agriculture T. C. Hnnkln will deliver ton 'stato that tho matters under In that conferenco aro at nn nn address to the farmers and tobacco growers of Hcrtry county nt Newcastle, end In so far as tho Uurloy Tobacco August 2. which Is county court day society la concerned, nnd that thero given Tht commissioner declnres himself will be no further consideration Society emphatically for the 1909 Hurley So- Iho proposal of tho American Tho Hurley Tobacco soof Equity. ciety pool. ciety, the otllclals announce, will carry campaign for Frankfort. Ky. John William John- out tholr plans for the crop under the son. 68, one of Frankfort's most noted the pooling of tho 1909 condistillers, died hero. In nn adjoining form of pledgb now In vogue nnd upon Ills Bon, Howard Johnson, 40, taining the ten per cent clause, room, prominent In looal politics, lay dying which the American Socloty ot Equity bases most ot Its objections. of tuberculosis. Lexington, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. a. D. (lould. who wero among the Injured In tho lllg Four wreck nt Zlonsvlllo, Ind.. aro residents of this city. Mr. Gould Is chief clork In tho Queon & Crencont railway freight olllco hero. Mrs. Gould sustained n broken collar bono and Internal Injuries. amount of 250,000 have been disposed ot by tho Louisville sowerago com- Ixiulsvlllo, Ky. City bonds to tha This verj dainty handkcrchlot is In grass lawn, the embroidery worked, with lino soft cotton. Tbo size oi handkerchief should bo decided on, the tracings of thu designs taken and arranged In a square. Cut tho lawn an Inch larger than the finished handkerchief Is to be, then ol Frankfort, Ky. Sheriff Jones, lo- transfer tho design either with black carbonic paper or blue tracing cloth. unable to t deelgn round the-- opening In tho corner Is worked la Tbo llttlo Dolloviie. .Ky. Maria 11. Anspaugh. Henry county, has been aloi satin stitch, then the lawn la cut away from tho center, nnd a (.7 iiui nldust woman In Campbell cate Dr. Nuttnll. of Newcastle, to fill It though the warrant for Nuttall's an lace stitches worked scalloped In. The sprays are In satin stitch, with cording county, Kentucky, died hore nt the res edgt U worked over In buttonhole stitch, lu etltcU stalks. Tho Nuttall la idence of hor daughter. Miss Jiaiuuu rost wns In hla hands. cutting tho material away at the oige, carti must be taken not to cut tn to bo worth J20.000 and thett tUtcb.es was due to InfirmiAnspaugh. Death U llttlo hopo of errestlnc him soon. ties Incident to old ago. annually. forget-me-nonot-wor- k Co., of Now & mission to Ithoades York. Tho bonds run for 40 years and hour t per cent Interest payable semi- .j-- GOOD, OILE!3Xr KENTUCKY COAL Delivered anywhere in the city at ALL '"I t : I I I" I I' 'I' l"t")"t"t--"l-' ! Aug 1.1th Only one month until school begins Leavo Rros. your laundry with Ellison Paul Shnw, of Stnlo Uno, wn here Sntnrdny. Mrs. Carl Schmidt spont Monday In Pnlon City. Buy your coal now, Hickman lee A. $3.75 IP o x Coat Co. Ton And It didn't rain on (he first day of thin month. Miss Cecil Barnes is reported Watch This seriously ill. Mrs. Spann, of East Hickman, is on the sick list. A S. Ilarkett made n business trip to Pnlon City, Tuesday. , Gus Moore and J. A. Moor: spent Wednesday on Reelfoot. These prices arc made for the month of August only; and you will save big money by laying in your supply of coal NOW. Space Next Week! BRADLEY W. f. MONTGOMERY NOTICE TO DEBTORS. C, H. Moore wants you to try his genuine Dutch Tea Rusk. Howard Schmidt, of Union City, was here Monday night. Wm. Stoner made n business trip to Resale, Tenn., Tuesday. llroken stoves nnd furniture repair All parties Indebted to the estate ed at tho lllckmnn Job Shop. afternoon nt tho Cemetery, south of Hickman, tho or Dave Walker, deceased, are notl S. L. Dodds and Sam Luten spent made Woodmen of tho World, Elm camp. fled thnt If settlement Is not VJOV, a few days this week at the Lake. on or before Uie 15th of Aug., No. 3, un veiled with ".pjiropriate ceremony the monuments of th dcnsed will place nil uccounts In the hands Furniture neatly ropnlred or Sovereigns, James Ilabcock, Joe Wil- of the sheriff for collecetion. at the Hickman Job Shop J. T. l.EGGATK, Admr. A large liams and Henry Hawkins. neighborEmerson's Floating Palaco will be number of mombers from ing camps attended the unveiling. at Hickman, Friday night, Aug. Cth Sunday STILL ANOTHER TROUBLE. S. N. Sweeney, Elec Rico nnd other prominent farmers of near this city Investigation has recently develop- are complaining of another troti e ed tho fact that there are. In the ble In tho corn crop a worm com State of Kentucky, only 82 beds mouly called "wire worm," Is play consump- Ing havoc In many fields In this see for the special treatment of tion. There' are, of course, a few tlon. The iKst eats tho roots off tho city hospitals In tho larger cities of stnlks nnd of course kills It. the State which will receive tuberMr. HIce thinks his corn, which n culosis patients, Just as those suffer few days ago was very promising, win ing from other diseases aro receiv- not yield to exceed two barrels to the ed, but the number of beds provided aero. Mr. Sweeny says his com will for the treatment of tuberculosis, ac- be no better. cording tp modern methods, and for MOVEMENT on-tirsin-glo WOODMEN UNVEIL MONUMET. PARHAM Eat Jones' Home-Ma- de Bread and Ice Cream fresh daily. Hickman, Ky., made Best Heart Cypress Shlnales $3.50 a thousand. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Mrs. Uge Oman, of Troy, Tenn and Mrs. Mildred King, of Clayton . i f SUNNY SOUTH Fl AiTiyA THF THF I ....A GRASS WIDOW.... M". Iilackford. of this city, entertained n number nf friends with a boat party yesterday evening. The was chnrtored and the party "Dixie left at 7:30, going up tho river 1 miles, where nn elegant lunch was served by tho young ladies. Those Inthe party were: Miss Vlr glnln I'rnth er and Ferdie Maddox, Miss liettio Dollow and D. Owens, Miss Annie CowgUl and Guy Hale, .Miss Myrtle Wnlkcr and Wm, Dornau Miss Annie Ellison and Joe Muse, you money. H. E. Curlln, AgL Miss Ruth Ellison and Hugh Ed Cur lln. Miss Ixiulse At wood, and Dr. Mack I Capt. Oscar Rarret, of the Rarrett J ne, Cairo, was here Monday on ford. business with the Mengel Rax Co. C. Q. Schlcnker ontorealned u few FULTON COUNTY MAN: friends nt a barbecued supper Friday A special from I'aduruh, yesterday, night, celebrating his (?) birthday. says: William H. Cnslron, aged 6S A NEGRO SUICIDE. Let us put In your winter supply years, formerly traveling salesman for Hi ToKl: now. After Sept. 1, the price After lingering for a week after tho Wheolor & Wilson Sowing Ma of Coal up. Cu go On motion Hickman Ice A Coal Co. chine Co., died from tuberculosis will taking carbolic acid, Clarenco a young negro boy. died at Tho deceased was n uatlvo of Ful i, H L. Hi " Miss Noll Rondurant has returned Attest ton county and before coming to I'a his home In South Fulton, Tuesday. a to hor sis Tom Pi:: For the first time in the history of ducah resided In Fulton and Mayfluld from Mrs.three week's visit Union City. ter, Hardy l.lgon. In Fulton county or this end of the state Ky. Resides his wife he Is survived a colored man Is a suicide. Tho ne- by five children, all of nl'ducah, also Mrs. Q. R. Walker was called to II. 8. Klll'' gro's matrliionlal troubles caused him three sisters. .Miss Magglo Cushon Clarendon, Ark., one day last week of Duke to take his own life and his end was and Mrs. Rebecca ' ThomIr)'. to tho bedside of her mother. Mrs pitiable In that he was heart broken dom, Tenn.. and Mrs. Allco Mont- M. A. May. 1 i Ilarttos brcause of his wife's refusal to Hvo gomery, of Fulton, Ky. to do with htm. Mrs. ltachacl Moore loft for her Hume Tho Steamer Reaper this week home In Union City, Wednesday, after a week's visit with her son, Combined church and Sunday school brought 30,000 bushels of coal to the services at the Christian church Sun- Mongol Box Company to bo used by Cans. Moore. day morning. At the evening service their steamer, Mongol Uox Co. This Ernest King, of Clayton, was Rev. Hlaney's subject will bo "Re- largo nmount was brought for fear this week to see his mother. Mrs. hero GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT. Mil Vlctorln lloudurnnt that thoy might get without coal be tie King, who pentance." Miss S 79.73 will sing a solo, "Crown of Stars." fore it could again be brought out of several months. has been bedfast for To bal. per June report Everybody invited. the Ohio river on account of the Toamt.rec'd. of H. C. Helm 145.82 Miss Del mar Odoll left for hor Campbell, Mo., Tuesday, To amt. ree'd. of H. Bank.. 262 50 Miss Ira and Milton Spradlln left I'resldont Taft's Itinerary, on his home Inploasant visit with her aunt. Toamt. ree'd. of F.&M.Bk. 105.00 Saturday for their homo in Oklahoma river trip, calls for one hour In Cairo, after a t .ty, Okla., after sovorol week's visit Oct. 2t!. Evidently tho President .Mrs. w. j. Thomas. To amt. ree'd. of Tom Dil- to their grandmother, Mrs. I. D. doesn't know much about the towns During tho month of June, the Men 377.78 of this section. Price. lcn.Jr gel Uox Company shipped out 109 cars of material to tho branch at St S970.S3 Louis and at Louisville. By amt. paid out during Mr. and Mrs. Ham. of "Eaton. Ohio. who have been visiting C. O. Schlon July 520.78 ker and wife, left Saturday evening thr ynr Your Stntc, County nnd School Inxca on tho Stacker Leo for St. Louis. Bal. to credit this acc't $450.05 Monday evening Missus Annie and aic now due, and ns this is my Inst year in oilier, I snaii Ruth Ellison entertained a few friend WATER tc LIGHT BOND ACCOUNT. nt Rook In honor of their cousin. .Mr Joe Muse, or Atlanta, (Ju., There To bal. per June report -w $359.73 iu m v uiy 11(1(11 olkiwiltuilt null uituw were threo tables. Ice cream aud To amt. ree'd. of H. Bank.. 175.00 L . . cake wero served . r. r i .1 i. l. .it i,..ruii ii man .i Tho protracted meeting at Sassa To amt. ree'd. of F. & M. Bk 70.00 earner aaie man oeiorc; inerciore snnu uc fruit Ridge Is proving "very successful. me ,c About 15 profession have been made Bal. to credit this acct $ 604.73 collections as soon as possible. It will be impossible and much Interest Is being manifest ed. Rev. King, of Martin, Is doing girm'l' 0 No change in City Hall Account wait on anyone, so if you want lo save cost of the preaching. Mrs. S. D. Luten was called this since last report. U) pl A W week to the bedside of her brother. Balance S 4.41 levy meet me or my deputy at the following Wayrae Beadles, in Florence, Ala. W. C. Johnson, C. Treas. He has the typhoid fever and his re covery is doubted. HICKMAN, KY FRIDAY, Report of City Marshal for July . Munager Davis and u force of 6 1909: or 8 men are busy this week putting In the Hues for the home telephone Taxes collected during July..S292. 78 company, and uru making good pro- Fines PRESENTING collected during July.. 85.00 gress with tho work. Construction work Is being done In u manner aud nothing but good mater- I hold Treasurer's receipt forS377.78 ALSO . ial used. Delayed shipments of sumu Tom Dillon, Jr., C. M. of the equipment Is the cuuso for BIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS A not getting u row phones lu and service started this week, but several The Clerk reported that he had M F"1' Catchy, Tuneful Music and a host of Pretty Girls, also a grand y phones will go lu next week and the Fulton Book, at the City National Bank, executed a deed to Will Gilbert, of Vaudeville Artists In the Blggett and most expensive bit ill servlco begin. Several business men . .. . 11 t mil Ollltc 1. ever shown here. have spoken for telephones In both (col.) for Lot No. 482 in the color ai an umes, as well as Hicxman uook IDOICT'I' IVtlWfc their business houses and residences, ed Cemetery; size of lot 20x18 ft., Wutch tho "pay less aud gut better Free Band Concert by the Best Band on the River. service" system grow. Folks who and that he holds Supt, Dillon's re- Hickman. thought tho new system was "all ceipt for $9 in payment for POPULAR PRICES 25, 35 and 50 CENTS. same. Co- talk" aro beglulng to sit up and take Sheriff Fulton On motion the foregoing reports yAiAiAiAAAiiiAAAiti,LliAaii,LiAiAi,LAAiAi,L.lAit,l notlco now. special attention to this disease. Is altogether Inadequate for evon u county In the State There Is, In the entlro Stato only a single sanitarium for the special treatment of tuberculosis, and there Is only one other general hospital with special facilities for the reception of consumptives. This matter has attracted a great deal of attention throughout tho State and has been the cause of u great deal of Interest and work on the part of those Interested In the Movement In Kentucky. These workers have recently started u movement which promises to have the greatest influence In every leading town In Kentucky. A meeting has been planned to be held early In the fall for a general discussion of the organization of the entire State. DR. BLACKFORD ENTERTAINS. Dr. C. were here Saturday. Mrs. J. M. Reld hns returned tmn a visit to Rev. and Mrs. II. C. John son In Jackson, Tenn. Miss Inez I.uten has returned from n visit to Louslvlllo, and to a house party In Georgetown, Ky. Let us figure an that Fall or Winter Suit. Now line of samples Just arrived. Schmidt, tho Tailor. Mrs. Clifford Adams has returned from an extended trip to relative and friends In ltlrmlngharo, Ala. Wo laundry shirts with cuffs attached for only 10a we can save UiUiuitiiuuiuauiiatauiUiiiiuiuuiuuuuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiu were received, ordered spread upon the records, published and filed. jj Council Proceedings On motion the Mayor, Street Commissioner and the Gerk were Hickman. Ky., Aug. 2, 1909. appointed as a committee to ascerCouncil met In regular session. tain the cost of laying a sewer on Present Mayor Dillon, Councjlmen Washington St.. from Marr St. to Swayne, Schlcnker, the river in West Hickman, Ky., Bettersworth, and report at the next meeting of Led ford and Gray. Minutes of last meeting were the Council. read, and on motion approved and On motion the Clerk wis instructsigned. ed to have published the Stock OrdiThe following accounts were pre- nance which was passed on Dec. 7, sented, properly approved and on 190S, and the Marshal was instructmotion allowed and checks ordered ed to enforce same on and after issued for amounts : Aug. 15, 1909. Hickman Drug Co., mdse ..$ 8.05 The following ordinance which was Cotton & Adams, labor and introduced May 11. 1909, was again 40.00 material read, and amended by striking out 65.62 N. J. Corum, strett work the words one hundred feet'' and J. A. Noonon, dieting priscn- inserting in lieu thereof the words 58.00 crs 'fifty feet" In the first section of Tom Dillon, 'Jr., St. work And the ordinance the ordinance. (itemised acc't. filed) 189.55 was then read as amended, and on Tom Dillon, Jr., removing motion was unanimously adopted. 1.00 dead dogs from street Said ordinance as adopted is in Report of City Treasurer for July 1909: words and ' ,l The Cily t Hickman d '1, 1st. Tru! r for any person to . his premises cr pr j: control withm : ness house or rr line in quntiti 'Jnd. Alt gas . kept under lo a . . Any yf 3rd ordinance sh:; ' than S20 nor m.r 'L 4th. All r r are hM Attest: H. C H ! i X x TAXES 1 COMING! THE .....iui" -- f' 13th 10 ar-ra- first-clas- s 10 Aug. 25 Crutchfield . Atijr. 26 Fulton . Aug. 27 and 38 Cayce . . .- WAIT IT! rl... J. T. Seat, REPORT ON RAIL OIONAt.3 MAUE L ADIES -I- Congreis ! V. . Is Q.ven Result of Inquiry into Safety Devices. ....WHO'S FILLING YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS.,,, h ty c want you to know that wc hnvc the most rlrgnnt assortment of toilet nrrticlcs in the (,ty Cnll nnd sec them. r,f iMtiaimi. An elnhniatr report in submitted to ronareea by the Di'i'k l.nal and train eiwitrol hoard 1.. (Out Hickman Drug Compamj NlllUllHIATKIi. ilusy itqiovtcr the Tailor. p: flehwhlt, TRAGEDY OF A VETERAN n'" 1 t' Ct't A Inquired 1,10 ,wol' n" ,et J(,wn n" firi c" fn Mti.lleh and a glass of utarr lo not s:ii od i'o porch rail. "You : urdlniiry tramp." k lth emotion. heaved I,U t declared, Vt:- - h sandwich, ravenously "l am not 'e I nm a man with ft cc" n ' whole cities bowed down rut" ( ,rj rot I as a Hon." ,at slxiut It Maybe I can t , reualn what )ou havo to.'" i . f icg'ttfd. kindly. ha wild hopelessly. am r S lMt I ,,OB't m,ni1 " n li t a'f i. althoMKh It la a hitter . I ., : tiler gardener fur the vias f irita madam. In the. days c ' I: Aii(lrion ami llreutbw 'ra f ul t f ho old heroes wer In lora (.. I li n from his eye antl - Mi grimy oueek. n, rid was very rosy then," Tvi washing down thr taut of It mr ' V it : fl,h with a swallow nt milk. ,t ral horseshoes and silver r ' r me. ami whenever I trot-t- ; tk c ' Ij i practice heat I Rot the K a- the merry, yell. I had had the r ' t' ' In all my twpers anil Ihelp-Idr swester ami mit c I mas a top-- t rr.e cn with my coat I '. t kr too. ami whenever c " e pan the field cm Rot k; i; cut and the pltebr arnt 'em In i ,3 u keep tue from lamtnln' 'era ci tfc one fur a homer." I cnt know that I quite under I'ind,'1 laid. em on the note for a hom-- r inr i r'" c r fiM o in jji " 1 it s I.a---- in ie nrass ed f r EV'n d l3 V se dayi. ma'ntn. When 1 J it one ever) body breathed tirj i.i J waited for m to go over hr fn. e and hunt for It The mp iIkiti Kot rrailr to ton up n freih wbrn he aaw me at the pan. I'- -t w did yoi como to to get -- over the pickru'n' fur aarks," he explained. It a!l clear. "It wai eaay for m CANCER CURED 1803. Without Knife II.. kninn. Ky., July, 7 j WLoru It May Concern: 'u 1 IwRan to auffor on my ahouldor nnil aa no relief for uie tht cancer beKnu to eat nml r. a J I' wai nbout thu alio of nn xaa eatliiR In llireo differ- i: a " . wlit-1 i o l)r went to rn a' llttktnnn, Ky. UeRati ink-- i La Ir.ntmvnt nnd In two uiontlm . l in. aound nnd well, not oven in u aiar Jiy ndvlco to you. If oi n aufferur from cancer, la to e i write )r .Morrla. Ho oau euro iiii ..ut Uio uiu or a knife. TOM A!.!,HN. lllckmnn. Ky. li: mllca bcIoM- - town) ' j a lanf-- r h.' ' thi re 1 yiara ago --- 1 ia.i cure Cancora, Tutuora, CitronHemorrhoid nnd rileK,and fiir without a knlfo. Como und r ii Office houra 8 n. m. to i p. I 's I IK - to a- J .,11 daySaturday. Dr. J. C. Morris. weak Mm. It I.. King ajwnt with Mrs. S. M. NnlfSli. down on )our lurTT aST ItirtrrHpOd (' A. (llnilfr nnd IlffMtiUtl I ItiirM- Ho ilched and thrilled with a rttati ker apent Sunday In Onlrti. of emotion. Miss SteJIft Salmon was In l'adu- 'Madftm., he tald. "I nm ernnlnR Ut that aoon I rmneinber thn Hay na cah flfit o( the week on bmlnesu well na tliouRh It waa yeatanlay. It wna brlKbt and Russell Johnson and Warren Elll-- n Hnr and evtrrboty waa Umbered up and abootlNc 'm were in St. Louis the first of the throtiRh We waa OrIiIIh' In' old wetk. Utlcn IIIhm. Thoy bad foar to our throe, and It li the laat half of 11 FOR SALE i A good milk cow ninth. We waa on the flrln' Mn. I at a reasonable price. See JpevL. waa up nt the plate The ebMr I snt 82e when I Rrabbcd the wilktw ami dHate.) Awberg. my hand lounded like Caear oomtti" Suits olentied nnd nrMMrdnh6nr homo from Oalway. I ahut my tetli and pleked out a beard In the fence to No. It Work collected' and doirvfrtd aend It OTer." In tlHs aity. She grew Iwtarealed. Klmor Oxlef , o( MoKonzte, Tenn., The Illuea had put In a new.niwr was the guest o his old frlc.nu J In the elRhth a aerawny ooIIcro M4 from New Haven. I alaed him up for F. Buley, Inst week. a Rlaaa arm and went In to kill th' ComiMr U. I). Smith left tlilu "wlwk flrat one. I lammed nt It with plenty TeHn., nnd Norfolk of steam, but It akldded In ckxm to my for Mont alata and I felt th' wind of It In my Va.. to atetHl two weka. J' ahlrt. The next thine I hoard waa Ik LOST: Fountain pen, thermqmal-c- r thump of It In the eateber'a rIovo and ami pencil in pencil holder. the ump callln8tlkl! to Dr. P li. Curlin. "I waa iHrprliKl. and ao waa Ui' bteaohera. Hut I know It only took t R. L. Bradley, one of one. It oamo aalHne alotiR aa Mr m a football, nnd I flRured on drlvln' popular merchants, has been onithe It throtiRb th1 leoreboard and kneekln' sick list for several days. . down aomebejy on th' atreot with It S our Hue of Pull nnd Winter Hut Juit aa I swniig at It It blew out to one aide about a yard and dropped samples tho largest lino wo 'have Intth' oatcher'a Rlove with a thud. An' ever had. Schmidt, the Tailor, then aomebody In th' blonehera holMIm tlm popular lered: "Tnko hint out bo'a sold th' young llartle (Hover, saleslady at Nnlfuh Iiroa" han Rame.' "Madam, that mado mo. a deaporatn brnm on tho tick llat thin w1k, man. All of my future hung on that Bob Patker has been visiting his, next ball. It camo bobbin' up like a sister, Mrs. .Mary Wade, bunch of bananas on a airing an' I Crutchfttld, for several days. aimed for lla noao an' let roI" Ho wiped bla ayes with tho book of Ollea IkiHd was here tha .flrtit of hla hand, overcome by tho recollec(be wink an bjiHlitftga. Ila nnd bis tion. "I flKure.1 on hlttln' It on th' trade- vrIXe urn at Uavwoti ftiHlnrtK takfne a mark, ma'am, aa Iwneit as I'm tnllln' rvt. ,7' you thla aad atory. Uut It ahot up Mnt. Henry Mm Vunl about two Inohea like a hoy slttln' on (Viwaill. Mrs. J. II. MUlet Hil'd Mli a hornet, and I Juit popped up a llttlo Nell Itogura left Snturduy ovenluK on foul that tho catchor cobbled llko an elephant awallowin' a peanut, madam. the Fred Herald to tnnke t ha "round j I was out of tho battle an' th' Utloa trip to MampttlB. Illuea trimmed to a aowate." com Thare hi plouty of fnvombl Another blR tear rolIM down hla mont on' our new nerltil tor?y Tho cheek and he nobbed oonvulslvoly. you ranging ltT broke looso In th' UniM Howl." Are "SomctblnR bleachers then llko a den of Hons amol-ti- I,ook It up In this pHper and rend freah meat" he continued. "They It. camo down through th wire ncttln' Mrs. E. T. Bowers and daughter, and fell on mo In bunchea of SO or 20. Thoy thouRht I had sold 'cm out, thoso Miss Myrtle, are visiting her daughmullygruba I'd helped to fly thrco bat-tl- ter, Mrs. Joe L. Amberf, in this flags tor, and they thirsted for the city. They are from Parniiould, police, but before thoy camo a pop Ark. bottle Rot me on tho head and I went down for th' count It was a orlmo, , Mrs. Belle Muse and son, Joe, of raa'au, th' thlnRa they did to mo. "Th police pried 40 or 60 of thorn Atlanta, Ga., arc visiting Mrs. A oft iny soalp, laid mo on a door and M. Ellison. Mrs. Muse was former sis of 'cm carried mo to the hospital. ly a resident of this city ; her hus They sowed me up In a couplo of hours and 1 waa six weeks on a bed. band being in the grocery business When I Rot out I waa canned !" in the firm of Muse & Shaw. "Canned t" she nxclaluied. "Ye, "m, canned!" he rotated. Eat. Jones' Home--Mad- e "Canned! HxtlnRutahed! IluanleaRuedl o Bread and Ice Chased! Fired I And all heouuso a kid from New Haven sent 'em fresh daily. up crooked from th' flrln' line. We never used crooked onos In th' old About 2 o'clock lust Wednesday daya, ma'am. They waa new to me. amoko- Up to that time I waa a hero but Juat morning thn dwelling houoe. I I'll down that once and litMia and burn on John McKiimayti because didnt deliver the eooda Uioy shot mo farm 2 111 lew west of Cllnlon burned down th' ohutea." and It wan a total losa. The pr. mlsg He strode thoughtfully down the were occuiilwl by John O'reai and old woman family, but they were from homo road and the nwot-fafowatched him sympathetlrally. whi-i- i the fltv occured. 'The t'Oor old vetirun'" alio "I wondr what battle It waa J" The negroes of this city are mak- lt Interetnte-cocommliTmere imrlnR the mat year the board eMiiiin.il the apeclftnMlona of 371 de- " 'M of these beta block nlennl. eab ilnnnl or ntitnmatlc i"i. n nnly II of tho device were f onMi.. to posg mifflrtpnt merit w.'irant the board In authorlslnit he tTireatntii to (Mtabliah a working liianillattan with n view to oondtiellns. toi at the Rftverntnnnt exenao. in Ita luvesllantlnn of the teleeranh bhx-ayatum tho board flmli many of tlibbiek alRnnl men la the t'nlted ftait-are lacking In traiHlnx and In Here nnil there tho board has found Inatnneos of the employment or uvea whoso lnssmtfltcncras nantri-i- t and In some easts thoo has been rld(noo of the oxeeaalvo uso of Intoxleanta. la Ita Inventlcatlnn In Kurnne the Kar4 fuHil that the alRnal moti, aa a niio. are lietior trained than thoao In inwlra and that the systom Is oper- under n strlotor twrsonnl superMton 80 fur as th safety devices are comernatl, it Is be lieved by tho board that llttlo IK to bo learned by H10 Aerlean railway man ao. , from a stirty of Ifeirupaan mil - lif '" -- ? One thing ccrtnin our prescription filling is accurate it is done by n registered pharmacist only, and never is an ingredient used thnt is not fresh. you have sickness at your home our thorough prescription filling ought to persuade you to come to If - HELM THE REASON WHY. ELLISON. Two Views. The town authorities of Smith- land, Ky., passed an ordinance forbidding cows to run at large on th; streets, whereupon the local paper waxes exceedingly indignant, calls it a rich man's town and says it is no wonder that the citizens go to neighboring towns totrade. Georgetown Times. Vait a year and submit the new ordinance to a vote of the prople who now oppose it and its icpeal would be voted down two to one. The day for turning live stock louse on the streets of cities has passed. The next move ought to oe to pass a stock law applicable to the whole State. Hopkinsville Kentuckian. e a tl - was. teiiHlvely Introduced Kal. .Re-'ur- - our-rnos- In block algnallng, and Jt has inai iney oporato ad mlrably. The board had received many com plaints ooneernlnR the alleged suppression of Important Inventions by powerful corporations and oseoola Uima to tho detrlmont of tho travel Iok public nnd to pecuniary barm to individuals. T"lephflna recently have lieen ex In Meu of the h imiHnd wn "Jnhn. whv did von bur this book for Willie? I've read it through and It Isn't worth It Is pure nonsense. wasting one's time over." "I hnucht it for Willie, ray dear not for you. Thnt's the reason I was so careful about Its being pure nonsense." . TAKES HUSBAND NEAR HOME. Woman Who Received Over 1.CC0 Pro posals Selects Affinity. Chippewa Talis, Wis. Mini Frances Livingston of Tioyd, who Is believed to havo recolvcd moro proposals than any othor woman In tho world, has rhoson ImiIs Struvnns of Dorcliastor, Wis., for hor husband. Tho county rlerk has Issued a marrlaRu llconso n thorn. Miss Livingston on Ootobor B. 190S, liegon to advertise for n husband. Sho x'atrd tlhit bIio waa JG years old and Rood looklnc, that sho hnd a farm In 'ho town of Colbtirn, nnd money In the bank at Uoyd. She maintained that If It beonmo a custom for women to advortlso for husbands thero would be greater chances for happiness In married life, because by this moans a woman could Kt out of her narrow home village or city aphero nnd search the entlro workl for hor affinity. Miss Livingston's announcement was printed In newspaper In all part of the I'nltcd States, uid boimo of tho Mexican and C'nnndlan. nnd Iluropean piipers also took It up. Consequently propoeaki camo from mon In every of life residing In tho two con HIDDEN DANGERS. . If vou wish to have your prescriptions filled Qicfo ly and Accurately taKe them to ,r Nature Gives Timely Warnings That No Hickman Citizen Can to Ignore. NO. 1 tfear - CowgiH's Drug Store where ypu may get your Drug wants at any hour DANGER SIGNAL cornea irom BAY OR NIGHT Gowgill's Drug store (Incorporated) Will Leave Cow-gil- For Seattle. n Mrs S. M. Hubbird and party will leave Sunday for Seattle, Wash. , Exposito attend the Yukon-Pacifi- c tion ; also to visit Yellowstone Park, o col-Icr- Creammade 1 LOOK! MMMaBWHsiaUM ing preparations to have a bip day here next Saturday their annual which Emancipation Celebration will be held at Sulpher Springs. Two tnousand visiting negroe are expected to be here on this occasion, and, we might add, fully as many razors and pocket guns. of Hickman should fix street from the jail, through the West Hickman to the city limits, if we have to borrow money for the purpose. This is the worst piece of road in the state, taken the year round, and at the same time, the most needed In this section. Let's look after this do it now do it right. On a Pennsylvania railroad train running into Baltimore U. S. Sena-to- r Stone, of Missouri, slapped the face of an impudent negro waiter in When the train the dining car. stopped at Baltimore the Senator was arrested in spite of his constitutional privileges as a momber of At the preliminary hear-WConcress. a sensible judge said the senadid the right thing and released tor The City Salt Lake and other points. The party will include Miss Charlotte December Jl she had recojved about Allie 1,000 proposals for marriage. She Hubbard, Misses Bettie and then proceedt-- to classify nnd elmln Dcdds, Mrs. J. M. Riid, Mrs. nlo the candidate, and Snally decided of Cairo, and Mrs S. M. ujkiu Mr. StruvaiiR, a prominent Dor- Hubbard. ehoster man. as hor a (Unity. They will leave Hickman next PLANS TO TEST PECULIAR STONE Sunday, and will b: joined at Cairo Secretary Garfield Interested In Odd bv Mesdarnes Hubbard and Mc- Product of Arizona. Nema, and will "not return before Washington. Secretary Garfield Is September 10th proparins; for a doublo exporlmont In the Snn Carlos Indian reservation In Arizona. Thore Is found on that reserCITY TAXES MUST BE PAID. vation a peculiar Rtone which Is cslled Foster-aillburCo., Buffalo, Now or "white ash," which Is AH persons who havo not paid tholr "turf to tho reservation. Whon first City tuxes am 'requested to pay same York, solo agents for tho L'niud removed from the quarries It can bo at once, llaraembur tho penalty gous States. Out with an ordinary knlfo, hut It Remember the uamo Doan'a ami You will find ino minions when It Is exposed to tho at on September 1st. nt my offloe at IUcltman Kurnlturo take no other. iiiosphero. It Is ns llht as wood am) TOM DILLON. Jr. thoro Is ureal demand for It lu the Co.. storo. vicinity of tho rosorvatlon for building City Tax Collector. Cypress Shingles $1.00 a thousand. purposes. Yates &. Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman Tho Koerctnry has asked congress to Miss Rebecca Easley is visiting Ky. set aside throo soe'tlons, or almost 2,000 acres, of land within tho reser- relatives in McKenzie, Tenn. vation. In which this stone Is to bo Speaking of things being "a thlnn Editor Guy Freeman, of the Ful-to- n found for th uso of the Indians. Ho of beauty and a joy forever" Leader, and a party of friends, thus cxpeeta to oxporlnient with the have you ever noticed the vacant stone ltaelf. nnd nt tho sanio time came over in an auto, Saturday, on whether It Is possible to get lot east of the Courier effice? tho Indians to work lu developing It business. and demonstrating Its usefulness. The secretary thinks that It tho stone ihis to It. Bosaoe the quality attributed thoro will soon he a general dumnnd by builders for It, especially lu the Bouthwost where timber Is scarce. tlnents. a, n kidney secretions They will warn )ou when thu kmuoys uns sick. Well kidneys excrete u clear, auiber lluld. Sick kidneys send oui a thtu, pale and foamy, or a thick, red, urine, full of bcdiuient and irrugumr passagu. iiA.NOKtt riiCJNAL. NO. - comes from thu buck. Uucic pains, dull una UuiiVy, or shaip und. acute, itlt you 01 bick kldueys and wuru jou of tno ot dropsy, Uianeios uuu ungUCs disease. Uoau s munuy 1 tiui euro nick kldnoys und cuio luem pi .uuueutly. Hurt a ilickzuuu proof. Clay I'uckut, of iilcKuiuu, uy., suu 1 uui umug Ix.an a KiUticy i'llls ui tho prudent Uuiu and lllul them to boa uxcolluut rumeuy. My sidmjia bothered mu ot( and ou ior o er u ycur. At times 1 suftorcd from sharp twiutort tirough uiy uuck, and hurt mo to btoop. iuo pahsugm 01 tno kiuney suureiious wuru uiao irregular, causing mo considerable iiimoyunc . Some time ago 1 heard alou lJoan h Ktduoy I'iils aud ducidcd to givo them a trial, I procured u supply at Helm & Hllison'u drug storo. 1 am now using tho second box and uiu uellglKiU with Uio results, ily general heuun uuu i Improved has boeu greutly gladly give Doan'a Kiuney tills my endorsouiunt." For salo by all dealers. I'rlco uu cunU. Uio 1 ly The Emerson WILL Floating Falac BE IN COAL OUTPUT FALLS OFF. Decrease Attributed to Financial Depression and Idleness of Factories. Washington. Illtumlnous coal production In tho United States In 190S reaohed botwoon 320.000,000 nnd tons, according to the geological survey, ugnlnst more than 400, 000.000 tons In 1907. This decrease Is attributed to tho fitiuncinl depression In the lntter year. The Conuellsvlllo districts of and Lower Conuollsvllle Pennsylvania reported about ilfty per cent, decrease lu output. A short eottou crop and a lessoned demand from ginning establishments and Idloness from April 1 to Juno 15. ponding wage fcculo settlement, also adversely utfected coal production Conditions improved In tho latter part of tho yeur. Tho survey says the coal Industry will return to normal ronJl Itallroud shipments Hons gradually. of otitlmulte last ytai exceeded 61 000.000 Ions tons auluBt 07,000 Odd luug tuuu thu previous yvax. NE W BRICK HICKMAN, FRIDAY 1 his ia AUG. Cth 11 fek.yflaias.&.ijrkwi the boat that lias always pleased the people Our new kiln of Brick was a successful Burn Send us your orders This year it is bigger grander and better than it has ever before A real dramatic production. A cast of twenty people A carload of special scenery and electrical effects. r uotioie show tor only one price ol admission, g, W. ill. Dodds TELEPHONE 34 - him THE HICKMAN COURIER "Ctmn SPEER A SEXTON Western Ko.htAt IHelhtVnv" PUBLISHERS JubMtrlplUn SI a Yrnr Thl WMf Met nn your raiwiinimnnii". tnni l ttntfo Th Ouurler Jmt B' iiuike Nil owDtlim Hnli In AilVBtirc. yl 2AWW mm ByWiJjbLzr JD' JVesJbut "Until the daybrrk, and the ibaiows flee way." The SonR of Solomon 2sl7i; OUR FINANCIAL STATEMENT. Of Interest To Women. A little ammonia lepld water will soften and cleanse the skin. Mm, Hugust S, 190S In thirty years the Missouri river has shortened its course by 829 miles. It is no 2,200 miles long o The Mississippi river at this place is now lower than it has been (or the past year, and is going down rapidly. The guage at Cairo now is 20 feet. o The city school board of Fulton has let the contract for three new school buildings to cost $39,510. Bonds will be sold to raise the money to pay for the buildings. o Lon Jones has purchased the interest of his partner, M. P. Cham bers, in the well known firm of Jones & Chambers, at Fulton, and from now on will be sole owner of that establishment. 0 Another pair of Siamese twins ras given to the world this week near Clarksville, Tenn. Soon after birth it was found that the ligaments of the backs were grown together instead of the sides as was the case of the Siamese twins. o Thos L. Hisgen, late candidate for President on the Hearst ticket, says : "The Independence party is dead. I will probably affiliate with the Democratic party in the future, as that party stands more nearly for what we demand." which l fouml below, contains Bonio im.Ti ntlnK iiforinnilon. looK u over. It nil own tlio ninount of our capl ml our surplus, our deposit, oil loans cbbIi on hand, n proRroislvo tlmt jref conservative nmiinRcmeiit, our nffairs nrv In Kootl hapo. Hint our tlrtmiltor's nionoy r infi'Kimnl ili.it r bnvn money to loan nnd thai mon v uVponltoil hern lAsnfonml mil 1).' h.id nt nny time. ilo not fully underhand tho If tn not unilcratnml how to tell the renl atrenslh of Ilia bank com In nnit wn wilt tnko plenmira In pinl.iinlnc tho matter In ilotnll. We will ho back at our old stand, nnd will bo pleased to have you cull nnd it our remodeled homo. - Trust YourDpuggist Il'i pretty hard to do sometimes. t 1 Let a woman who has bten work ing all the morning over the count less details of housekeeping put on her hat and go out for a brisk walk If it is only (or fifteen minutes it will do her untold good her head will br clearer and her heart lighter. Time thus taken Is not wasted but Ihe best kind of an Investment, as she will find she can do much more in the long run. A medical journal declares that It Is not change of air nor change of t ,h . l( ' There are times w down to "fahh n Our customers tru much the same u their doctor, beca faith In this store re ' ' 7 da In whispers that arc darkly sad But still the world is whirling- on, And somewhere, jubilant and glad, j There sound the trumpets of the dawn. - Here, at high noon the sun looks down In stately cnlmness on the streets; There, twilight comes to field and town And night her minor croon repeats QUARTERLY of REPORT the condition of HICKMAN BANK ilnlnir limine" nt town of II Irktnnii, futility lit Fulton, Hint of Konlueky. nt tlio rlo tit button on the Mil tiny t July. IfVi HKKOintOKH l4Mti iMt The sunlight drips on drowsing ships And breaks, and falls in golden strips And lights the waves with jeweled tips. on rollntetitt rnwi Natl tatHk Jum from Htata Hanks ami TlHir Irani lHH" turriy ami tllirounU with iir mora cndorien n iishiii ia HIMiti J I, Ml Srt A midnight here, a twilight there, Mid-morning- Hanker U 8. awl Nallunnl llank MM I" Ntrtr )tiFfk Va ii DtVlil and mid-afterno- on But, laughing into life somewhere, The dawn comes as n wondrous boon To eyes that yearn for light of day, To eyes that search the pulsing deep, To eyes that fain would drive away The listless languor of dull sleep. The rosy dawn forever flies On wings of joy across the skies, shadow dies. While each close-clutchi- ng tnn Jlmtw tt! anil otlirr mult 3,H 71 811 HI tttrhAHirM for iinn-cum- H i SM tlfofirlnif l IK K Tnf OtrntrnfH Mil Ollrrrnt Mtpfiun lali Olbrr llMfll t Ineluilptl an ui niHiTv iirnux.... MAHII.ITIMtt toek patil In. In IliiKkliiil llou.e UlldfT 0i w S.IIU l " ra IliV-f- n $v I- - tltil o "Gintlemen, I believe if we investigated the matter, we would find that more men have been the victims of homicides in Kentucky since the Civil War than there were Kentuckians killed during the War." Such was the statement made by Judge Sandidge in his charge to the grand jury for July term of the Todd circuit court at Elkton. The stars pale into nothingness To outer silence faint the stars When dawn, her gladness to express, Flings forth her first far reaching bars. The sea breaks into limpid light, The shades that robed the world arc gone Out of the mystery of night There leaps the miracle of dawn. The sunlight drips on drowsing ships, And breaks, and falls in crimson strips Then sing the waves with rosy lips. "f fcurplat Pumi:... UMlltMnl front Iraita aulijrrt to elirrk im nnirii ini.im i.ihii Midi Ytkrr lUUIItlfi not IncluJnl Upranrof ttmat"3 lira.la.. ti y IttumiO IMHMO IW & III.W to uu- - 0(tl ;Hlal nt County Kantnky, ( Kullon, I I K ! I. W. O. Itrnt. Uatbler ot tli nanml llank. ilu MjcinnW wtar that tlio of my nl lit li tra to the Know InlKo ami IXUrr. ltnif -l W.a Itaan. (Ni.liUr. u. Kent tb jf lSKAM 3( KHlitrrltnl ami 1Kb tlay 5. ouuiy. iyv. Il.T. ItRAt.K. Notary IlitiUe. W. II. iTaltxkr 1 s a joimwix I Dlrpctor. IUT.Ttlkh orn U twfor III liy W. scene that makes a holiday, but Strangers in txw, The silence of change of sound. well to learn of our ' re the country Is a tonic to the nerves after the rush and roar of the city, but the country dweller is lnvlgor.il & Ellison. ed by escape from that very silence to the tumult of the town. Hence it Is argued that city people should In the end. vary their noise with as much silence By the best I don tteh as they can, while country people est priced, for olten y (KUll should recreate themselves with passing fashion ratb-- r noisy games and brass bands, A little triraminp a 3 j, , The small white spots which, as any costume and is j,- - e:ser'..ii children, one used to count as but it should not be t; : "friend, foe or journey to go," ac part. A garment ci , j ait t...it.e cording to the finger nail on which material, neatly ma a J fru-t- . they were found, are generally the cally untrimmed, w; r t KJ result of bruises and are considered woman to look and r'tseJ ca far from sightly. These spots can all occasions,. often be removed by binding the Fortunately, howev r, a ew fingers at night with a linen cloth on well spent, good las'" j i'it which Is a mixture of turpentine and time will do wonders waytf myrrh, mixed in equal parts. Xn trimming, so It is n ', ut a. the morning bathe the finger tips sary to wear clothes s a' with olive oil. and untrimmed. A bunion cure is made of one But w'hile economy i. c:.;ju drachm each of glycerin, caroollc first in buying It is n t a' , at n. b, acid and tincture of iodine. Mix perhaps more, depert i - Mt and paint the spot several times use Is made of what .i : gvj j dally and at night. It Is necessary upon utilising to best to wear low heels and broad shoes, and partly worn pur; ltf that there may be no pressure on overs, and, in fact, w'ever c:t the joint, which should be covered may have already on by a corn protector made of a ring of felt. .. V Don't miss the bar,ii Helm 'ns.i, t : .j.f ui.'jgtu ''t, i 1 The Best Yet. The Courier it in receipt of a telegram from the Tribune, at Mount) City, Ills., which says: "Emmer son's show boat vas here last night. It is the best show ever in this city." Emmerson's Floating Palace will show in Hickman, Friday night, Aug. 6th. This season they are playing a drama entitled "Brother against Brother," with a hundred r.J one new comic specialties and set gs interpersed. Judging from what the Tribune editor says, the show is exceptional-l- y good this year, and you should not fail to see it. Don't miss the bargains in Wo mens. Misses and Children's Oi- fcrds and Slippers at Millet & Nay o The ground northeast of the depot, adjacent to the river, sank about three or four inches Sunday, letting abrut 75 yards of the railroad track drop down that much below the level. It is evident that this particular locality is underlaid by quicksand, and some of these times we will find one of "Grandpa's" little engines laying on her back on the river bank or in the water. o Some business firms get the idea Physicians claim that sleep is more refreshing in a darkened room: therefore it Is best to have inside shades of dark green Holland under the ordinary shades. These are more easily adjusted than blinds. It is well to accustom children from infancy to sleep in the dark. mens, Misses and I L rt .'t 't & Ni;. fords and Slippers at M. lor's. Child Dies Suddenly. Perspiring hands are an evidence of nervousness. It is good t3 bathe them often with white wine vinegar, v, v i cwf . K i COAL! Now is COAL! afterward dusting them with powder of orris root. Persons suffering ith this annoyance should dust their gloves with powdered chalk. ECONOMY IK DRESS. that on account of long standing and wide acquaintance in a community they do not need to advertise. In this they are mistaken. New people are constantly moving into every community who have no choice as to the firms to which they will give their trade and who look about at once for reliable people with whom to deal. For this purpose they go to me columns or ;ne iccai news paper and in nine cases out of ten the advertisements found there determine their future mercantile relations. The population of Fulton county is changing more constantly now than at any other period of its history new families continually coming in from all quarters. The large majority of these are progressive and up and about the first thing they do when they land here is to subscribe" for the local paper, as they wish at once to get abreast of the local situation. This is but one of the many reasons why constant advertising in the local paper pays. the time to lay in your winter's supply of COAL. Don't wait until the cold wave flag reminds you of your negligence. lor's. MISS LILLIAN MADDOX. We Quote Summer Prices Effective 'til Sept. I, Front tlio Union City Comuiurclal wo clip tlio followliiK rulutlvo to Mlti Lillian Muddox, who la well known . to our pooiilo .. . "Thoso who wort) bo foitunato na to r Mlti8 Mmldox bIhh taut Sunday a tlin Motliodli' Church uro congratulat-iii(Per Ton of Pounds) tlicinHt'lvus that they had tho op portunity of hearing such a flno voice. Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam It Is not o(tn that a Union City au and Anthracite Coal, upon application. tllenci1 linn Kuch an honor. Mlti Mad- Uox's volet- Is of a puru quality nnd wonderful volumo ami sho has perfect control of It at all Union. Ming MadINCORPORATED ntudyliiK In N'ow York dux ban City the pant four yunrs anil now has a ntudlo In Cameelo Hall mid Kpltcopal sings lu St. Stephen' Gives Boy a Chance. The Hypocrite. Church. Wo hopu to havu Minn MmlGovernor Willson has decided op. dox with us again boforo olio returns We believe if we had some peo to New York." pie's alleged Christian conscience on a novel way of reforming the Wo undorstnnil tho Methodist ladles and Christian spirit, judged from youths in Kentucky who are indicted will try to havo MIbb Maddox lmru outside appearance, we'd trade both for criminal offenses, and if his lu a short tlmo for tho bunuflt of tlio for a jug of buttermilk and feed the plan, adopted in the case of Hub- church. Pittsburg Lump Coal 2,000 Bon Air Lump Coal Tradewater Lump Coal $4.75 $4.25 $3. 75 It is not always those who ipind the most money for clothes that dress the best, for there are many who dress elegantly on small means. There is much in knowing what and how to buy, and much, too, in mak ing the most of whatever one may have, A woman can dress well on a small amount of money if she has good judgment, while on the other hand, she can spend an astonishing sum and yet look dowdy and Doorlv dressed. Economy in dressing docs not always mean buying a cheap quality anJ scant quantity of clothes, tor the best is usually the cheapest Miss Rosa Parks, th e I! ye:r old daughter of M 1 I. net i:d wife, of West Hickn-1... 1 denly at her home -', The child retired LW.', r I 'b apparently In the l-- t tear About nine o'clock, th r where ing a slight noise in the r the child slept, went m se Ja7 thing might be wrong .r f:-- J W " In a manner dead f yt. in was hastily summone 3, J It l.'.iJf I'fsta girl died before he arr. was caused by breas f a t.ssl vessel. Burial took place L 1711 Brownsville. Mr. Parks, father cf :..--- !. , icJii came here from Tennr head sawyer of the ujj'r Meagel JL- -a 'r i factory. J. P. Cuslck was or, ' - t.k U last week. 'i l'--W. L. Benthal earn- Moscow. Saturday. W h . : re. M ordered the Courier z" Mary Deweese, of that pU'" Hickman Ice & Coal Co. - ti'-e- fr NOTICE: Your Water and Light rent is clue on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH, nnd if not paid by the TENTH will be cut off. This took effect November 1, The Coolest Place In Town, The Best Drinks to be Found, The Most Courteous Jill this at the Treatment' INOOKHUMTHD. Hickman Drug1 Co. buttermilk to the pup?. We take off our hat to every genuine Christian in the county, but we do despise a dirty, skulking hypocrite, a palpable lraud, a contemptible sham d and We are humbug. quite sure that neither would be a safe course, but honest we had rather walk boldly up before Saint Peter in the last Great Day with a belly full of booze and a pocketful of rocks than to hypocritically approach him with one lie in our heart and another on our lips. Lot's of sickness. bard J. Landrum, of Livingston county, is carried into effect he will be the first Governor of any State to give every youngster "a show for his while alley." In this case Governor Willson has granted young Landrum a full and free pardon from an Indictment charging him with grand larceny, until July 17, 1914, and if during the five years that will follow young Landrum has lived a useful, sober, honest and upright life without bieaking any of the laws of this commonwealth he will be excused from furlhei prosecution. LINCOLN PENNIES. Now "Lincoln Pennies," lu token of the former President's birth wuro Issued from tho mint, Monday nnd will doubt-lob- s reach Hickman lu a ohurt tlmo. Tho design was made by Victor I), llrmmur, 20 yearn old, u Russian, from u photograph by ChurloH Kllot Norton. 1'lilla-dulphla 1000. Pay at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co, office at the Ice factory. Office open from 7 a. m. until 0 p. m. nny day except Sunday; and on the Oth and 10th of each month it is open until 0 p. m. And still we have no walk from J. R. Brown's place to the Hickman Job Shop. at And why not? "Wlburluo" Hickman Ice & Coal Co., Inc. A. O. CARUTHERS, Mgr. Jas. 0. Nowton Holla coal oil a food grade. At HANDSOME REWARD. 11 Let's Go Kodaking n with nature, the tv W fine pictures t CTRAY LOCAL NOTES TAKEdt UT... nliow-Krld- take and a lyric. II. Homo grown watormolowi. ay Tim IiIb nlclit. Mnrkte New Sunny Roiitli, Aur. 13th. Movlnq picture! every nloht at the V. IIIrk. of Martin, wan burn fliinday. Kodak W v MIn llonnlo Carpontur hnn return to take them I,h C'1'1 notlce i jar , , x jc r 3 Kodaks take y or night, In- out, anywhere. j 0 ,.w you one. Any price to $50. Helm Sr FROM j Ellison ed to JnckBon. V. A. iXMld atlonded tlio bnll snm In UnlonUlty Friday. Mr .llnrnro Luton, of I'.iilliin, I vlnltlng Mm. MngRlo llandlu. Clicstor llondurant wa In Union City Friday to o tho bnll Knmo. Now Sunny South, Urn bout bout on tlio rlvor. will bo tuiro Ann. 13th. II. B. Curlln I back at work and will call for your laundry 8. 1,. Doild and sou, llnltzor, at- tondrd tho bull gaino nt Union City Iist wook, Deputy Hherlff Kin Clnk broiiKht a noKro to thin city from Onrtitlicrsvlllo, Mo, Thu non) was wnntcd for murder o murder committed for 2fi cunts. And tho rownrdtheroby hariR a talo. Kow peoplo of tho county probably know that after pnylifR tho Caruthers- vlllo officer 18.00 for making tho arrest, paylnR boat fnre for himself and tho negro, loslnR time, etc., amounting to 15.00 to brine tho offender to Justlco Mr. Clark will Ret nothing utiles tho negro Is convict d, In which rase ho will bo allowed two dollar. This Is the nvorngo reward ro cfllved by an offlcor for running down a crlmlnnl In Kullou county. Is It my wonder that many go frce7 Tho officer must plank down for livery hire, telegrnph and phono messages nnd other Items of expense knowing Hint t'i Is nil ho will receive to reimburse hlin. Somo week ago, Mr Clark brought nan here for disturbing tho peace In vice The court would certainly make no mlxtako In giving this mat ter Its ni tr illion. This H especially true. In tho case of Klnls Clnrk -- custodian of the peaco In Madrid Ilend n faithful, but under pnld servant ot tho peoplo. O HICKMAN DRUG COMPANY INCORPORATED The Home of Everything TEACHERS INSTITUTE. frldoy. CnCCK ITEMS. quite nick. i i . . lift , ' , i, i ia HAtlifoctlnu Kunrnntcid or your money back. II. i:. Curlln, thu laun dry man. olod flat-- Henry Trnvl and wife nttunded tho funurat of T. IJ. I'erco In Kulton Quito slok Sunday. Monday In On- - ,nJ wlf i i , Ml . . k u visiting i,WIdl uiiHt ha an- - iki v, hungry lor bucomu of L . uvage. of l'ndlieull, i,.. Mr. W. H. Mo- ry i I i mli homo Irooi In Improved L . . j u 4i k MeClHltan cu- tag dinner. There prtuL r t u t x Mr i:i .1 and Mr. Dlok with a dinner. ri' In .t Uroiht-- attendance, Walker. L gull un lunora-- , a birthday din nor lieiuy., It bo- a Kojx-a l 4 a" a a a by the riuiUS wuiaii Txa, Hint coat. J'OIt BALK: A No. 1 Junior milk cow (froth) cheap, Oco. L. White, Cnycc, Ky. It. A. Tylor and Ml Mario Ilrovard wont to Kulton. Sunday, In Mr. Tyler' automobile. Deit Clear Heart Shingle, (3.S0 a thouund. Yte & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. C. I'. Shumnto and wlfu have ro- turnod from Gibson Well, Term , week. where thoy apont Mr. J. It. Drown nnd dauKhtor, rVnnle Iah, aro ipendliiK a few days with relative In tho country. Wo linndlo tho celebrated Sanip.v rlel Hour, and Ruarantoo overy aack of It. llvtleriworlh Si Trathor. Mr. I'cck, of tho Monrol llox Co., IxiuUvllle. I here on builno for a fow duy with tho MviiRol llox Co. Mr. John Mayfleld loft Monday for and wt have been Informed that ho will not return by hltnielf. p lat See our ad for lummer price on A big tavlng to boy now, CCINoS AT 00RENA. Phone 48. .Hickman Ic A Coat Co. l M.' iil Man on Mitt lck Mr. Will Hubbard, of Kort Worth, Tex., la tho cueat of her mother, Mr l, fx.i 'jit (Irovu next Sun- - Kopo llurrlne nnd her (liter, Mm. T. T. Swayne. i Kliool In Mttll wall- v. Train auditor hnvo been put on all c atiou local paonKor trnln running over k it nHiiKt Saturday tho Kulton dlvlalon ot the Illinois Cen i ... - ... 1i. . .4. i -- i i i. k nh relative. tral railroad. bl sister, Mr. ..s'dUiuorrel MU Iao lived, of w tnt week. who hoaJeialo vtiltliiK Mine Kulton, Maymu been k 'mi y went to IHck- lit knla hii uvua Naylor and lloniilo Carpenter baa re turned to Kulton. ' . ..J wife, Mm. C. Q. Bohlunkvr will leave In of Nanhvlllo, tatters ilitur. Mr. a fow daya for her former borne In l.k-t- t II.. A K. Mitchell, tho efficient I.eo Jas Carpenter wns here from Un- I.lno agent left Tuesday night on a month's vacation. He will spend a ion City, yesterday. Mr. Carpenter week In St. Ixiuls nnd then visit rel- atives In Owensbaro, Is the gmitlemnn who went with tnyI. O. Dunn, of lor and ltnnkln to Ilcelfoot on Owensboro, Is looking after tho Ix-tholr trip. Ho wns to have I.lno offlco during bis nbsonce. STRAY COW: Brindle color; done some surveying under tlio lat ter' direction, nnd wont with them marked crop off right and underbit in left. In city pound. Will be for that purpose. sold unless called for at once. John Hagnn spent n few days nt Tom Dillon, Sr., City Marshal. home this week. It is said there is a woman in this city who has been deserted by her A husband and needs assistance. little home mission work would not be out of place in this instance. Miss Lily Maddox, of New York, who is spending a few weeks at her . home near State Line, has been visiting Mrs. Ascher Kennedy and Miss Charlotte Hubbard. Simon Tbnchcr died at tbo homo , of his J. L. Kord, nt Duke dom Tuesday night as tho result of a stroke ot paralysis. The Teacher's Institute for Hickman county will be held next week at Marvin College, Clinton, beginning Monday, Aug. 9th. R. B. Johnson, wife and son, have returned from Tulla-homIS THE STORE THAT Tenn., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Johnson's father, Dr. Cowan. Any old articles of furniture around home you do not need? A 10c Want Ad in the Courier will turn them into cash and we all TIME ALL need cash. ' Mrs. Joe Bruer and daughter, Miss Effie, returned Tuesday from This store sells for spot cash only, and for that a month's visit to relatives and reason can afford to and does make lower prices on friends in Little Rock, Ark. good merchandise. Little Miss Inez Parker, of Holly Springs, Miss , is the guest of C. Every day we are told by our customers that our L Walker and family and Will prices are lower for the same goods or that we sell Barty and family. better goods for the same price. Perry Deweese and sons, of Hick man County, were here this week If you are not yet one of our customers come in getting up mules to start with their and try us you will find wheat crop. Irvin Scates and wife arrived here Wednesday night from Columbia, Mo., to visit his sister, Mrs. P. B. Curlin. EVERYTIME YOU COME. Mrs. A. G. Kimbro and family returned Wednesday from an extended visit to relatives at Crutch-fielAttractive assortments of The Pulton County Tenehers' Institute will bo hold nt tho Court House. In Hickman, Ky., for flvo days, beginning Aug. 23, 1009. Supt H. M Shlpp. of Winchester. Ky , has been employed as Instructor. DOHA M. SMITH, ' County Supt. BEST in the Soft Drink Line SERVICE UNEXCELLED vited by the management to be guests at the big Blue Grass Fair at Lexington on Friday, August 13th. The Fair opens on the ninth of August and continues throughout the week. The editors are given to understand that they will be welcome any day that they may choose to attend, but especial attention will be devoted to them on Friday, the 13th, which will be known as Kentucky Press Day. HAPPENINGS AT CAYCE. School begins Monday . Quy Johnson was In Kulton Tuim-day- . Ward II row n and family visited relatives hero last week Mr. Jim Crulco returned home from Kentucky Press Day. The editors of all papers, in and their wives have been Ken-luc- in- R. Ellison's If CASH STORE THE Ilodga, Miss., Tuesday. Mrs. Kannlo Nuwgent and children are visiting Mrs. Will Edinlston Miss Carrie Ilrown Is visiting her sister, Mrs. George Allen, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Naylor nnd llttln daughter, Dorothy, visited relatives In Hickman Sunday. Mlss Lillian Edmlston returned homo Tuesday from an extended visit to relatives in Ilodga, Miss. Mrs. Florence Bradley, of Illves, visited her mother hero !3unday. She was accompanied homo by Miss Em- Mc-Kee- n, a, MAKES LOWER PRICES ma Mays. Miss Velma Annlo and Wllllo Robertson1 returned to their homo Ala., after a pleasant visit to InTes-cullcl- relatives hero. Misses Jlyra and Zoina Scearco have returned to their home In Fulton, after visiting their aunt, Mrs. llerschell Johnson. Resolutions of Respect. last meeting one of the members of our Auxiliary, Mrs. Geo. Warren, has gone to meet her "Pilot face to face," and whereas we do so sincerely mourn her loss, therefore be it Resolved, That in her death our circle has lost one of its most brilliant minds, and one by her intense interest in the work was a source of inspiration and encouragement to all. Resolved, That we express our tenderest sympathy for her bereaved Whereas, since the date of our NEW GOODS daughters. ' -- spent Monday rent of tho aummcr. ' . I. ... .u ' ai "'uu ...I.L II I Mia llonnlo Carpontur waa coinpol- I ; ed to Rive up her position In Jack-tm- , larks, from Charles- Tcnn., and return home 3 on account of her health. J ' neighborhood this East Prairie has voted that horses, A tinil children visited M . Stoker, of Jllck- - cattle, hops and geese may run at ' large on her streets, as they have -' it lions hero aro always done. Too bad. l.i week at Charleston Ico Coupon Dooka choreod to ac . proioltloii. i. No r. oi Hillsboro, Ala., ar- -' count will bo at tho faco vatuo. only for cash. .irday Hho will go dlicount. allowed J I Aim In vlulf tint Hickman Ico & Coal Co. Don't kick If you wlt and the ' ' ' i ll) of U'l.lf talnml price of coal Does up. You have a ,, . . .. . II I fir liiiiinnni. uoni chance to buy now at rock bottom i. c " "I- and l'arl KIur. price. Hickman ice & coai io. -- ' t vi" accompanied by 801110 duck was hero this week "In- -J ' Id lvnv unit IHirk cldcntly" talking nKalnut all mannor of homo or mutual telephone systems. It couldn't bo pomilblo that he was a asHUtant oiulilor of paid aKont of u certain coinblno wo ' 'k muck a nmty unll have In mind Ob, no. ' J h uimblM to work. Wednesday ovcnltiR, Misses Mnrgu- mornlni! from nlno ret Sauudors, Currlu McCauKhn, Mary II IlalUur onlcr-- ' Lou arlffln and Itutli McCnugtin, of imlx-or frluiul at Mnyflold, wero tho honorees of u i j bt porch and lawn party at tlio arrived, ri-" 1. d mid tattur rufrcih-- r homo of Mrs. I). II. Wilson. Tho inn and enko worw bvnutlful lawn nnd porch woro inado many cozy ' uiiirnoon from four light ns day nnd afforded t liontcftu of an- - nook nnd corner to tlio younc folks, " r ' t if li rook was played As tho RUt'sts arrived, reo punch was r 'it and entliimluiim. served and later fruit, cream and 3 I li troam und cako cake. Kvery one declared tho evening, an enjoyable 0110. ' i Wed-ncHda( " ' v- u Knton, Ohio, where alio will spvnd tho New and Seasonable Dry Goods, tions, Novelties, Hosiery, Underwear, Mens Furnishings, Lad les and Children's Furnishings, Etc., are received every few days and sold at No- Bargain Prices for Cash Come in and Try Us and Save Money. tho Ilond. Tho man was tried, convicted and, In default of pnymunt or hU fine, placed In Jail whuro lie"lny-cIt out." In misdemeanor canon where a mnn lay out n fine the officer Rots nothing- Clnrk rode thlrty-ftvmiles, on this occasion, nnd lost two day time, trying to enforce the law. Within tho pnst two years, four luurdurs hnve boon committed In district No. 4 namely: Claudo Young killed Hornco Jones; Will Smith shot his wife; Joo Tumor killed an aged negro preacher; and Hob Avngo killr and only ed a fellow one of this quurtcttu has been brough to justice. Unlike most counties of tho State, Kulton county does not offer to oven pay the officers expenses In bunting down thu criminal, und the result Is, all boiug human, the officer doesn't feel like shouldering tho whole naturally Incurred In u man hunt, und tho fugitive Isn't hounded like ho should bo. Ot course, ho generally earns about flvo times what ho Rets. Wo don't cum what other people's opinion Is in this matter wo bollovo thut tho officer who faithfully discharges his duty sbuuld receive u ruusouublu couipousullou for his sor- o crap-shpoto- TWO KILLED IN FEUD. neighborhood feud nt New Madrid resulted yesterday In the duath of John Chlmel. shot by Wllllo Willi, fird. Tho father of the dend man w nt to town and had n difficulty M tli Itlchard Hunot, and was nrrcst-eand placed under bond. Leaving for home, ho met Krank Henry, neighbor, nnd, drawing his ki'lfo, npproitchod Henry, cursing him when Henry shot five times, killing In ui InBtautly. Henry placed him-sti- r In care ot tho sheriff, and Will Wslllford has been arrested. V d s Your Kitchen Plumbing Modern? T .arch.v Wi Stanley Bros. Bankrupt. Yesterday's Paducah Sun says C. C. Stanley : 1' . "i T" s I --- 5 jefec.tve te vou the cot of putting in stOBjasij" Porcelain Hnamelcd Sink the molt sanitary fixture made. v S'i' L mm v,n 1 " Jll fW TTrCr f'fVUb "'"rlfeRSB--- iiive vou ever comUcred the fict that ill vour food i$ prewired In the kitchen and the utcniili in whkh it li prepared 7S depend on the tanitary equip ment 01 the kitchen tor tncir clcanlincii? Thii fact alone ihould warrant the inttallation of a thoroughly tanitary kitchen link. I 11 . and Albert Stanley, doing a general mercantile business at Columbus, Ky., under the name of Stanley Bros., filed a voluntary petition In bankruptcy in federal court. Their liabilities amount to SI 1,000, while their assets are under $8,000. They claim several hundred dollars exemptions. Each owns h Interest in about 35 acres of land in Carlisle county. one-fourt- tnj jrjt , t 111 rviminr t nlnmMnip COTTON & ADAMS All Masons are requested to be presuut at tho regular meeting next Monday night, ellsldos somo busisome refreshness of Importance, ments will bo prepared uud a good ttiuo Is assured. Resolved, That a page of the Don't miss the bargains in Women, Misses and Children's Ox- minute book of our Auxiliary be set fords and Slippers at Millet & Nay-lor'- s. aside and inscribed with a copy of these resolutions in memory of Mrs. Warren and to record our appreciaMiss Sarah Oakes has returned to tion of her and her earnest endeavor to Louisville after a pleasant visit to further the cause of missions. her neice, Mrs. J. A. Moore. Resolved, That a copy of these Mr. and Mrs. McGraw and resolutions be furnished for publicaColumbus, Ky., were tion in the Hickman Courier. Kerr, of here Tuesday. Long lifter n Ufa liiw Kone Our Uvea nre brlnlit. of Newbern, Mrs. Williams, With It MiiRrrliiK IlKtit. For n time lite cannot die. Tenn., is the guest of J. E. Fuqua and family. Members of St. Paul's Branch Morley and Fred Bradley and of the Woman's Auxiliary. Hickman, Ky Aug. 1, 1909. Rev. Ward, of Columbus, were here last week. J, T. Seat and S. D. Luten went Notice. to Paducah Wednesday night on The following amendment to Sec. business. the. Stock Ordinance, 1. Art. 7 Meacham has returned from which was ot John passed on Dec. 7th, 1908, folks in Scooba, a visit to home is in words and figures as follows : Miss. The City Council of the City of Mrs. F. T. Randle has returned Hickman do ordain as follows : to Mrs. McKeel at May-fielfrom a visit That nc horse, hog, mule, goat, sheep or stock of any kind shall be If you enjoy good coffeo, go to the suffered or permitted by the owners now restaurant next door to thereof, to run at large within the limits of the city of Hickman, Ky., Mrs. John Dillon and children and if any such be found hereafter are visiting relatives in Chicago. running at large in said limits, it Judge V. S. Moore nnd O. I.. Wlggs shall be the duty of the City Marshal, spunt Wednesday in Cairo. of said city, forthwith to take up Dr. J.H. McClure, of Kulton, will same, and inclose in a pound, or lot, locate nt GatusvlUo, tia. for which service he shall be allowJohn Estes, of Martin, was here ed fifty cents per head, and twenty-fiv- e cents a day for keeping said this week on business. except hogs, for which he of Moscow, spent stock, Joe Mangrum, shall be allowed fifteen cents per Saturday in Hickman. head, and if, within three days from Elvis Hail, of Pembroke, arrived the time of his taking up and impounding said slock, the owner here Thursday. thereof shall pay to him the said SHOW BOAT AT THE WHARF charges for impounding and keeping THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 15. said stock, he shall deliver said W. It. Marklo's Sunny South show- stock to said oner. ed nt the Kuyette City wharf ThursOn motion the Marshal was inday evening. April 16. This Is tho equipped show boat on thu riv- structed to enforce same on and afbest s com- ter Aug. 15, 1909. er, nnd thoy have n pany. Tho show presented was tho H. C. HELM, C. C. Attest : bust that stopped here, 1h clean nnd You cun tuko your wife, motlior or sweetheart without hesitation, uud bo assured of your money's Misses Margaret Saunders, Carrie worth. Mr. Marklo's former producMcCaughn, Mary Lou Griffin, and good, but tions huvo uUuys been Ruth McCaughn, of Mayfield, are this year It Is better than the guests of Mrs, D. B. Wilson. ll'a.) Times. Or-vil- le d. post-officfirst-clasever.--Kuyet- te, Ct Ruthlessly Upon Hit Own Resource. to set Mad Maltland's pulses drumming with excitement. For, unless Indeed he labored graTely' Bnder a ho was observing misapprehension, hor for tho second tlmo within tho past ftw hours. Could ho bo mistaken, or was this In truth the same woman who had (as he bulloved) made herself free of his rooms that ovenlngT la confirmation of such suspicion h remarked her costumo, which was altogether worked out In soft shades of gray Orny was tho misty veil, drawn In and daictlly knotted beneath her chin, which lent her bead and face such thorough protection against pry lug glances; of gray sncdo wero the light, gauntlets that htd all stive the slcndcrness of her small hands; and the wrap that, cut upon full and flow Ing lines, cloaked her figure beyond suggestion, was gray. Yet oven Us ampfo drapery could not dissemble tho fact that sho was qulto small, girlishly slight, llko tho woman In tho doorway; nor did aught temper her Impersonal and detached composure which had also been an nttributo of the woman In tho doorway. And again sho was alone, unchnperoned, unprotected, Yes' Or not And, If yes, what to do' Was ho to alight and accost hor. accuse hor of forcing an entrance to his rooms for tho sole purpose (as far as ascertainable) of presenting him with tho outllno of her hand la tho dust of his desk's top? . . . Oh, hardly! It was all vory well to be daringly eccentric and careless of the world's censure; but ono scarcely cared to lay one's self open either to an unknown girl's. Periston or to a sound pommeling at the hands of fallow passengers enraged by the Insult offered to an unescorted woman. Tho young msn was' still pondering ways and means when a dull bump apprised him that the ferry boat was en terlng the LongfUland City sWfi. "The devil!" he exclaimed la mingled disgust and dismay, realising that his distraction had been so 'thorough as to permit the voyage to take place almost without his realizing It So that cow worse luck! it was too lato any ono of the hundred fantastic stops he had contemplated half seriously In another two minutes his charming mystery, so bewltchlngly Incarnated, wmild have slipped out of his life, finally and beyond recall. And he could do naught to hinder such a finale to llsnc--- Oreenneldst" was ringing In his ars when he awoke and tturtbled down aisle nnd rar steps Just In the nick of lime. The train, whisking round a curve cloaked by a belt of somber pines, left htm quite alone In the world, cast ruthlessly upon hi own resources. An hour had elapsed; It was now midnight; the moon rode high, a cold white disk against a background of sapphire velvet, Its pellucid rays with disheartening distinctness the luanltnato and llghtless roadside hamlet called Greenfields; Its gen- Jr armers m wsm SAFETY IS THE Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky, -- ..ABSOLUTE BASIS That ire offer to depositors. Other iRdBcwnents we ef tecondnrj Important. eral store nnd postomce, Its hotel, Its straggling lino of dilapidated Jubilations, all wrapped tn silence pro- Upon this Ouirantcc we Solicit Your II. DUCMANAN. President, XL Potroaaje, Csihl found and Impenetrable. dog howled; not a belated villager Was In sight; and It was a moral certainty that tho local livery service had Hosed down for tho night with a Nevertheless, Maltland, desperation bred of tho prospective tramp, spent some ten five-mll- o Not oven a J. A.' TttoriPAON, J, 3, Duehanan, T. A. Ledford, C DIRECTORS O, 8. ThrelVcld. DoadnrenV K. U. later, Dr, J, J w .. VI HubM o door of the' house Infested by tho proprietor of tho livery stable. He succeeded only In waking tho dog, and Inasmuch as he was not on friendly terms with that animal, presently withdrew at discretion nnd set his face northwards upon tho open road. It stretched before him Invitingly enough, a ribbon winding silver-whitbetween dark patches of pine and scrub-oaor fields lush with rustling corn and wheat. And, having overcome his primary disgust, as the blood began to circulate mora briskly In his veins, Maltland became aware that he was actually enjoying the enforced et erclse. It could have been hardly otherwise, with a nlghl so swoet, with airs so bland and fragrant of the woods earth, with so clear nnd a light to show him his way. He stepped .nut briskly at first, swinging his stick and watching his shadow, a squat. Incredibly agitated silhouette In tho golden dust Hut gradually and Insensibly tho peaceful Influence of that still and lovely hour tempered his heart's Impatience; and he found himself walking at a pace more leisurely. After all. there was no hurry, he was unwearied, and Malt land Manor lay less than Ave miles e k fresh-turue- minutes hammering Upon the I li t oArcol Anil UUIUKfcST WAY Tfi TRANSFER HONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FtK MTtS ArflY Tt IHU MAM ASH OUHIERUND TELEPHONE ft . . . lUR llOUfc II TELEGRAPH Ca ulNFLfcTE AID . . , -- Absolutely THE BEST nillionaire Conned t- Hc.nz'5 Varieties of Pure Food Product . x. u m wimac v. c hiuiii j wuuecs ana leas. Goods. rit m m , Qsil er telephone M.whea la m of GROCERIES. w mm mtSH Ulin Telephone 6. 3 Dellverici. nir-r- i idec T h.Z-- - V ryTrr rJTT JLUU1J tJVJLPIl YMIULl wmrey SYNOPSIS. Mad" Dsn MnUlanJ. on reaching- - his Nw Tork bachelor club, fnet an attractive younc woman at the door. Janitor O'Hacan Assured him do on had been within that day. Dan discovered a woman' tinner prints In dust on his .desk, .Ion with a letter from his attorney. Maltland dined with Bannerman. his attorney, Dan set out for Greenfields, to get his family Jewels. CHAPTER II, Continued. An errant cabby, cruising aimlessly but hopefully, sighted Maltland'g tall figure and white shirt from a distance, and bore down upon him with a gallant clatter of hoofs. "Kebslr!" he demanded, breathlessly, pulling In at the corner. Naltland came out of his reverie and looked up slowly. "Why, yes, thank you." he assented. amiably, "Where to. alrr Malt land .paused, on. the forward deck of the craft and faced about, looking the cabby trustfully In the eye. "I leave It to you," he replied, politely. "Just as jou .please." The driver gasped; "You see," Maltland continued with cOurtoou smile,. "I have two mcnts one at Sherry's, the other with the 10:20 train from Long Island City. What would you, as man to man, e me to do. cabby?" 'Well, sir. teeln' as you put. It to me straight," returned the cabby with ugaglng candor, "I'd go home, sir, If I was you, afore I got any worse," "Thank you," gravely, "Long Island City depot, then, cabby." Maltland extended himself languidly upon the cushions. "Surely," be told the night, "the driver knows best he and Dannerman." The cab started off joggfng so up Madison avenuo that Maltland glanced at his watch and elevated his brows dubiously; then with his stick poked open the trap In the roof. "If you really think It best for tno to go home, cabby, you'll have to drive Jlko hell,", he suggested, mildly. id-Yk- "Vcsslr!" A whip lash cracked loudly over the torso's back, and the hansom, lurch, 'ing loto Thirty-fourtstreet on one wheel, was presently Jouncing eastward oyer rough cobbles, at a regardless pace which roused the. gongs of tho surface cars to a clangor of hysterical expostulation. In a trlco the "IV extension was roaring overhead; and a little later the ferry gates wero yawning beforo thou. Again Maltland con suited bis watch, commenting briefly: "In time." Yet ho reckoned without the ferry, one of whoso employes deliberately and Implacably swung to the gates In the vsry face of tho astonished cab lidrstf, which promptly rose upon its bjfld legs and pawed tho air with go, tares of pardonable exasperation. To co avail., howover; the gates romalped closed, the cabby (with language rotnod his steed back; a yard or two, and Maltland, lighting a clgaretttt, coffijyewed himself to simulate patience. the adventure. Sulkily he resigned himself to the waiting" and watching, Inovltablo, whllo tho boat slid and blundered clumsily, paddle wheels churning the filthy waters over sldo, to the floating brldgo; while the winches rattled, and tho woman, sitting up briskly In the driver's seat of the motor car, bent forward and advanced tho spark; while tho chain fell clanking and the car shot out, over the brldgo, through the gates, and away, at a very consider able, even if lawful, rata of speed. Whereupon, writing finis to the final Followed a wait of ten minutes or so. In which a 'number of vehicles chapter of Romance, rotlng the world Joined company with tho cab; the pas- a dull place and life a treadmill, ansenger was vaguely awaro of tho Jar- athematizing In nq uncertain, terms his ring purr of & motor car, like that of lack of resource and address, Maltland some huge cat, In the ltnmedlato rear. paid off his cabby, alighted, and to wonder, worthy's boundless A clrcumstanco which ho bad occasion that to recall ere long. walked into tho waiting room of tho In the course of time trio gates were railway terminus without deviating a again opened. Tho bridge cleared of hair's breadth from tho straight and Incoming traffic. As tho cabby drove circumscribed path of the sober In aboard tho boat, with nice considera- mind and body. Tho 10:20 bad departed by a bare tion selecting the choicest stand of all, well out upon tho forward deck, two minutes. Tho next and last train a motor car slid In, humming, est the for Greenfields was to leave at 10:19, right of the hansom. Maltland with assumed nonchalance Maltland sat forward, resting his composed himself upon a bench In tho forearms on the apron, and Jerked his waiting room to endure tho cigarette out over the gates; the glow- Interval. Five minutes later an washerwoman with six children ing stub described a fiery arc and took the water with a hiss. Warm whiffs In quarter, sizes descended upon thd of tho river's sweet and salty breath same bench; and tho young man in fanned' his face gratefully, and he be- desperation allowed himself to bo discame awaro that thero was a moan. possessed. The news stnnd next attractHis gate roving at will, he nodded an ing him, he garnered a fugitive amuseapprobation of the ment and two dozen copper cents by night's splendor In the city a thing the simple process of purchasing six "night extras," which ho did not want, unsuspected. Never, he thought, had bo known and paying for each with a moonlight so puro, so silvery and piece. Comprehending, at length,' that strong. Shadows of gates and posts he had Irritated tho news dealer, he lay upon the forward deck like stencils meandered off, Jingling his copper fortune In ono band, lugging his newsof lampblack upon white marble. the boat's bluntly rounded nose papers In tho other, and made a dethe East river stretched its restless, termined onslaught upon a slot madark reaches, glossy black, woven with chine. Tho latter having reluctantly of gorgeous ribbons of reflected light disgorged 21 assorted sample streaming from pier head lamps on tho chowlng gum and 'Stale- sweetmeats, further shore. Overhead, the sky, a Maltland returned to tho washerwompallid and luminous bluo around the an, and sowed dissension In her brood moon, was abaded to pro- by presenting the treasure horde to found deptbs of bluish-blactoward tho eldest girl with Instructions to the horlton. Above Brooklyn rested a share It with her brothers and sisters. It is difficult to Imaglno what folly tenuous haze. A revenuo cutter, a slim, pale shape, cut across the bows might next havo been recorded against llko a hunted ghost. Farther out a him had not, at that moment, a fehomeward-bounexcursion steamer, rocious and inarticulate howl from the tier upon tier of glittering lights, train startor announced the fact that was In waiting. drifted slowly toward its pier beneath tho Hoarding the train in a thankful tho now bridge, tho blaro of Us band, swelling and dying upon tho night spirit, Maltland settled himself as combreezo, mercifully tempered by dis- fortably as ho might In tho smoker tance. . and endeavored to find surccaso of Presently Maltland's attention was ennui In his collection of extras. In distracted and drawn, by tho abrupt vain; oven a twqcolumn portrait of cessation of its motor's pulsing, to tho Mr. Dan Anlsty, cracksman, accomautomobllo on his right. Ho lifted his panied by a vivacious cataloguo of that chin sharply, narrowing his eyes, notoriety's achievements In tho field of whistled low; and thereafter had eyes polite burglary, hardly stirred his Infor nothing else. terest. An elusive rcwcmblanco which The car, he saw with the experi- ho traced In tho features of Mr. Anlsty, enced cyo of a connoisseur, was a re- as presented by tho cent model of one of the most exto somo one whom he, Maltpensive and popular foreign makes; land, had known in the dark backbuilt on lines that promised a deal In wards and abysm of time, merely drew tho way of speed, and furnished with from him the comment: "Homely engines that were pregnant with multi- brute!" And bo laid the papors asldo. plied borso power. All In all not tho cradling bis chin In the palm of one stylo of car ono would expect to find hand and staring for a weary whllo controlled by a solitary woman, out of the car wlndow at a ruollngnd after ten pt a summer's nlgt)t nioonijmltton landscape. Ho yawned Nevertheless the lone occupant of exhaustively, his thoughts astray bethis car was a woman. And thero was tween a girl garbed all In gray, earnest and thoughtful faco, that in hor bearing, an Indefinable something whether It lay In the and the pernicious activities pf Mr. of fist head, ,wlilch Impressed Daniel Anlsty, at whoso aoor Maltland one as both spirited and Independent, laid the responsibility for this most fatiguing errand. or la an equally certain but less air of The brakeinaa's vrolMIke yelo and re-able-bodie- d d flvo-ced car-rlag- u tan-Klbl- o distant. Thirty minutes passed; he had not covered a third of the way, yet remained content Hy landmarks, ho knew he must be near Ing tho little stream called, by courtesy. Maynnnls river; and. In due course, he stepped out upon the long wooden structure that spans that water. He was closo upon tho farther end when upon a hnpehance Impulse ho glanced over tho nearest guard rail, down at the bed of the creek. And stopped gaping. Ledf ord & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS Stationary In the mlddlo Of the depression, In tho shallow waters, was a motor car; and It, beyond dispute, was Identical with that which had occupied his thoughts on the ferry boat Loss wondotful, perhaps, but to him amazing enough, It was to discover upon the driver's seal the girl hub-dee- KsTAnusncu iui. TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Successor to D, O. JUmr, (tauti.) riarble and CURB1NO, STONU Granite WORK .1 rionuments d kinds, HICKrUN. IRON FENCIN0. I I In gray. His brain benumbed beyond furthet capacity for astonishment, he accepted without demur this latest and most astounding of tho chain of amazing coincidences which bad thus far enlivened the night's earlier hours; and stood rapt la silent contemplation, sensible that tho girl had been unaware of bis approach, deadened as bis footsteps' must havo been by the blanket of dust that carpeted both road and brldgo deep and thick. On her part he sat motionless, evidently lost in reverie, and nomia tartly, at least, unconscious of the embarrassing predicament which was hers. So complete, Indeed, seemed het abstraction that Maltland caught himself questioning the reality of her. . . . And well might she have seemed to him a pale little wraith of tho night, tl4 ehlmmer of gray that she made against tho shimmer of light on the water a shape almost trans- t KENTt'Ctt Davidson &Stubbs ' Meet Your AT Lauderdale's TV s DENTISTS. ' t.l .r nnenrta r anuia SUJW" D-.L- Best la nttkmsa. notwJJ bttHs; electrlo HcU "4 b7dr.ttllecblr.sB4.T.r7iWt nii.i.. Villi IV it OFTICE3: niotns,n, ICj. Otsr Cow gill's druf store. Onion City, Ttnn. In C B. A, bulldlor. crftt UH1 Hlrknia. Me st doortoJoBM'Cs. parent slight and unsubstantial-seem- ing to contomplato, and as 'still as any mouse. Looking more attentively, It became evident that her veil was now ralsod. This was the first time that he had soon her so. Hut her countenance remained so deeply shadowed by the Visor of a mannish motoring cap that the most searching scrutiny gained no more than a dim and scantily satisfactory Impression of alluring loveliness, Maltland turned noiselessly, rested elbows on the rail, and, staring, framed a theory to account for her position, it not for hor patience. On either hand tho road, dividing, struck off at a tangent, down the banks and Into the river bed. It was credlblo to presumo that tho girl had lost control of tho machlno temporarily nnd that It, taking tho bit botween Its teeth, had swung gayly down the Incline to Its bath. Why she llngorcd Ihore, however, wan loss patent. The water, as has been Indicated, was somo Inches bolow tho tonneau; It did not soum .reasonable to assume that It should havo interfered with either running gear or motor. At this point In Maltland's meditations tho gray girt appeared to have arrived at a decision, rihe straight, ertcd up suddenly, with a little resolute nod of her head, lifting ono small foot to her kneo, and fumbled with the laces of her shoo. Maltland grasped her Intention to abandon tho machine, with her determination to wade! Clearly this would seem to demonstrate, thai, there bad been a breakdown, Irreparably so far frail feminine bunds wero concerned. Pno shoo removed, Its fellow would follow, and then. . . . Out of sheer chivalry, tho Involuntary witness wai moved to earnest protest. 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We can i -- - i fl Til '".'.' r B'4 ..m u eWf I1U CONTINUUM t. ngel $1 Gcorgo raraause LilwIitJl'Mt p Uppmeott bo.) .t In ; ihnlrs before tho ha of -it. ', cf5v. f, t I' i n r CUU rotunnnj rnfftumo ju AH- .1 . inB'10. hi" Iniinr 4 nn old cbmrndo of rl1' ' Jion, known as the Hon. T'n'n'r .? . ...' . of eon- - ' fcZi In . tunc- ' 1' . o . . or rcmlnlacenL state l- - . . ... nln,,cr,nt u tin Pathos In a Fire Report. In tho annual report ot the fire marshal ot Kentucky tho following ex. Wa will male from an; Good Photo tract Is not without a suggestion ot A MALrTO.VE EMGRAV1NO "Llttlo Hoy Dluo." or )eaa. to Pile ten annnre-loch"Among tho odds and ends of the prli In Newspaper or on ta. II I attic; usually nro vanished furniture, tlonerr. Portrait. Bulldtna-- . ' Landscape. LUe ejtock or anj rags smeared with greaso to tako flro ou may Tbls themselves, painting oils liable to paper will subjectprinting for .elect. you. do the tako flro when the sun beats on tho Wntern Newspaper Union, Little Rack, Ark. How an Angry Woman, Looked. How much better It Is that bo roof, and broken toys of children who Tho othor day wo saw an angry should speak ill of me to all the world aro grown and gone away, or who DAISY FLY KILLER woman ln n street car, and hor face than that all tho world should speak. went to sleep long ago." mill was anything but a pleasant picture. Ill of mo to him. Torquntto Tasso. ClMD.oruiuvnUL co d tmlont.clitMij. Well, Not Very Often. Sho was angry at the conductor, enLaUUUMM.Ial- or tip noi p tirely without cause, and tb'at made Take Dr. Diggers Huckleberry Cordial The little daughter of a Republican ovr. wilt not toll oHajurMHTUiititT. bcr look more terrible than It sho bad tor all liowel troubles, Colic, Dysentery, candidate for a local office down ln UturaDt0 atv Cliolimniorliui. Cluilcm. Infantum. I'l.il. Philadelphia, when told that her fa UfullslottUrs had a real grievance. Nebraska tl. ttjU oriintprttHtulfor drenTecthiiig.etc.At DrugguttSSc and 60c. sC ther bad received the nomination, 1(4 D KaJk Iftn, tVM41i.S Ata Tf When a fellow begins to feel that looked serious for a moment, then her Identification. a bit as sho ex bo couldn't live, without a curtntu girl, weo volco trembled Mlttrcst (at door) Well, my dear, TCN.NESSEG COLLEGE (For Women) claimed: VI n IItVrsloni now aTi IXJQ.M bulLiiinsr lUrrsMmnni ho ought to marry her and see. what la It? "Ob, mamma! do tbey often die ot ibrUtUK tnflabcoil hvuveoaifort. TrlaU nurM. Little Girl Please, 'm, our kitty la It?" ltif tictsl rullur. Ucultv o(. luUlf ldutvt fttCMtion. laJ PKItllY IIAVIK 1 tIN'IC II.I I'll nriMltMl tnd yea,r, or rtUW. Did you see a kitty go past fnr .11 hurl at rut., bruit.'., burn, .lid .train.. lostcd. raOJ4iurntt.lYaV, r J Jl Oi u ra t, U a. U it r, u.Mla. Uur(ilMro.Tia. VftfcFit Inierrukllr II eure. di.rTl.eaaa4iljtoui.tx. borq by tho name ot Nuddles?" For Headache Try Hicks' Capudlne. Whether from Colils. Heat, fitonuich or He never has a message who does Nervous troubles, the ache, are sDeeJlly For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. Up. relieved by Capudlnu. It's IJijuld pleasThe best remedy far Grlnn and (!ol.l l not know bow to listen. Suitable ior prlnlinf in uewttpror ant to take Kffects Immediately. JO, Si on Uatlunrry. liblttitrtntthiipair Illcks' Capudlne. Relieves the achlnic and and too at Drug Blorta. vlUUkruurttiMerftn4dutb)nntlnji'. feverlthneu. Cures tlie cold Headache Mr, also. It's Liquid KfTects ImmtdlsUly 10. For cMMr.a Wlnalow'e Knothtnr Nrrnn. u ""r i; I..X., LeUlnir, lurtcu. the nntt reuuee. So mo aro vocal under a good Influ X and (Oo at Urue Ulor. B.mw.Uua,alLji.iu,cunuwln4ctfUu Beabviua. ence, are pleasing whenever they aro "Inctomc. I'm aomo fond' of red nkw nisrovKitvi sir. popper on hash mytolf." r Duty baa a Btern face only when pleased, and hnnd on their happiness iTIf7lP?V aulcknll.f.alcur..wortrwa Gifts to God can never naka up for ottrUliu.inl.il and ItlOara'tlwUneDt HIKU. I grinned a llttlo nnd lit went on: rrord - ,u ii J1L 11. Ii. UILKUM o oOKS. ilua U. ATiusia, Ua. vtowed askance. thefts from men, to others It, L. Stevenson. ii "ow mail w..rd "And Ioncsomo, como to think It over, that fellow wot a rotten had ,iw urn u'uul r,vu n mani nctqr, nnylipw".. - . fi.ii.,:,' ""y nooi wo bnd reached rote't nnd wort tl)an , (vaill "( k' War. '"oro mv h Just Kolugr in when ht.tquteted tuo t " BO. i. rnrl. Utle: . nurned1 Furthermore,' Iionesome, when I was tnlkln' about roplu' tteert I e cepted you ln my mind all tho time " UTQ ca tho ton I... And wo uever did OnUh that flgl't cause oi thoao ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Use "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, tl.OO, retail. F-O- Think Illll't left Icr and'walfed for th'oboya ,: .-U (o como "homo. You ouRht to have aeon. Illll. Ho Jooked nt me tort of .. r. i brspt worse nt f tell you about daied llk, then looked down at tho i J1 bnby, then looked awny far off aomo' ado facet ni rncu J"' jOH iicre, nnd tald Ih n fnlnt whlnter ,, flv i " " - ut .t;'cncu Suturdty wnt,nt Well. I'm tJanledr And If ho tald It , nhco. bo ta( It 20. timet. Jutt ttood n full of punchers and )hcrn llko a hiimnn httcblnR poit nnd J nnJ mlnert full phonograph combined and tald ,i tn'. an,l "l0 k"1"" "Well, I'm darned!" nnJ 1 f j oil ..i 'The boyn all.'.i;irthfea round from . i,.l., t.iii.lrlnr'" Thre-f-l III I "l."'! " V5 t. o came, and wero their tafcty cornert. looklne at theen ji luh' at If (ho teadhcr had caught them II nuo ,uo u,:l" "MU ate1 I w,ni mcn ,n Things liroao chewing cum-bu- t Mlc.ko. tf3r ut terctteir fn Abft-'c- l lo pay a"n'y atten. nJ wrre lnnd' Hon to them then. I alwnyt wai fond .I ecre Krouch on of doga nnd children and thlntt llko ,t ile Ur 1 ill liJ that, I knelt down,-taa to ret noine- .1.. . font mi, k. anu ai lunv. near on n level with that HtUo hli beat a oioca. bo k c ':s ta wiiite bonnet, and aaked: . i ' t -- :c ' r natural mai nom"Wboae llttlo girl are ou, honey!" of L3 wld touM tult th ,.ff "Mamma'a," wat tho prompt reply. a aeire lor cornea. rc.sri "I'd bet a atack of bluo on that," id nooui ray tald I, "Hut wtiat'a your name!' lil mtl Mil "Anna IjOqUo, thank you." ai icandalout. lda "You're, welcome All. .right, 111 W a fellow In a a11 he i i.l believe that, nven. Anna IxiiiUA ioci aajr in IJvnicr hid, wtuiui lc a bntter actor than With me, but Anna Loulao whatr e "Kumn, Jet' Anna IouIie." 'jl.-- h I never knew FMwIn "And whtro It mnmma7' ' "Oh, tho'a right over thcro;" and i.i c.;;! ilccplr nnany mil X bc .. tho waved her .hand vaguely around .i mruw aim It tt-- .i r: of the ii tm mlniilia Ihnn nr to embrace 'moat tompaai. Then tho prooied breath b A:.: sa and that aetOed lu Ifatly: "Ii'a plar 'l.unnon llrtdte.' - l' a tho J fun!" 31 I It 'Wo moi ett, wq told her would llko to but that wo bad forgotten bow. IUII than twung bcr up on tho bar and gravely atked her what aho would havo to drink. She wanted aoda-wII l Iff i. V OJV ter and we all took the tame, although aomo of tho. boya objected. . rvi i When tho drinkt were all In bind I got op a chair and mado an cloquont. ornate and highly popular apecch, ln which I tald that never bcforo had , I aeen tuo wisdom of naming our thriving miinlclpnllty Taradlte," and that at tlmoti i baditccmcU to me Die party or partle naming It mutt nave gotten mUed on their Scrlpturo or else havo waxed aarcaiitlc; but that now n great light, tho bright wblto light of tnitb, bad baited In. on my Intellect, and I I I ! I 111 alleged reccatea of anIlluminated (ho l i r rm prcr tlugglth l Inmott mind fJlear hcarl" from the boyt). -SI I ' IM 3JXA l. An Angel bad como to Paradise, I tald, a tweet llttlo 'nngcl ttralgbt from Heaven, or 8fj Ixibltf, oK'tomewHeVe, tjf.ng Things. Herglvrnnanx uilghtbu Anna Louise, unra cr.o told us, but If to It wnt n nils- cr.monioui, mil wai Dl.In-a'lAnge f , 'fL4 m c u felatlona were take, be. ' tho wnt, and Angel tho oi And.'lnittihu;h ntt kb'o bad eniieu jno Olncr must rid1 otber nnincacc'ordln'g' tb 'br own uu uiuurenco ttatemcnu a statement I presumed no tagentleman' present would doubt (loud rwa wtt fun 0f ino' bori. crlct of "fta, no!" from tho boyt),. I i ':ot canli and aomo nt tno took the liberty o( giving her tho "e Ttree Klncered Pnln nml narao or tho fair city tho bad honored with her pretence, and proposed I . i asa I ileDiH'd back n.l toast to "Angel 1'aradlso." i4 our hsnda to our uuna, thr Well, you never taw a toast cxcllo our frllnnn and v actod Hich enthusiasm certainly not ona -- ts iwicn and l'.to nnnn.,i drunk in f :r UhlnJ the bar. At wo finished aim drink, tho door Seven or 'X9 Irgke for tho aafo. opened with tome violence, nnd a chap rushed In, clad In tpatt, n wblto wai it. WM '" J UU . .... muciv iucwo uoya. coat, n stiff collar, a derby hat, and '" airald, you couldn't aomo othor use);si outer hablllmects. ilia glanco fell on Angel, and ho Known, Hut fhey-ba- d ' n.i ana i hni n .iifr.r.M. yelped": "Mo child, mo child llt.M, h, Angel stood thcro on the bar; w liv . i.. .. a. our .llnn "t nnl ing a chubby hand, and tald: "Hello, " wn wanted to aettlo -- uu jce ncica in each other, popl" - - or uuiinesa, 8o they After ho bad calmed down, ho in troduced. himself at Mr. Hawthorn ot Boutoii, twho wnt touring Arizona ror lacro wain t nv . .. i ij ana auoot mil in n.. lls wlfo't health, He explained they lm.4 Jl.in.iii.l n llin rXw..t'wlJ llnl..'.. wirn Id trcn 111 tl .hn,, it.., ui.',',.. M ill. liiu .u n ww O jiuuiui " i'J io anoai. nni im,i. for a few hours' rest, nud Angel had 'sncj Hill shot atrnlRht wnnuerca nwny. Bo lllll turned to AngeJ and anld: I111 I irrtll iUo ' on' r thin.. qUIOK, "Come, titter, get' dor my sbouldtfr, and n.. It's ut for mammn." Then ho swung1 V1' "Mnd to herd th .lt.mid t,at 'o boac-- Angel up and Btrodo out of tho taloou. l'apa Introduced nnd ...u n"K wa - to beat him explained wo wcro ut to mamma that frlcnda of Ills ju n antaklne- nntlnn ih. had found Angel nnd, looked after her. a !!u,:nb,hto,lc.ker They wvro Just starting for Tucson In ''"Oil Ih- - r tho hotel turry, and wo were soon forced to say good by to our llttlo '" u"ur Angel I'aradlto. The blessed llttli VVther ln "o eyo, both crazy1 baby patted, old 1)111 on tho cheek nud n.rvo. . t., Bniilj 'T luvo 'oo," anil tlen. teeing I ia in noout flvo ,i. . .looked disappointed, which I was, tho aim i wou Id hv t.pi ..ttonn . graciously said: "An 'oo, too. An' all of 'oo," da sho "took ut nil In with n ,9f ,J me but . wavo of tho hnnd. And tho last wo tnw ot her the was flirting mamuia'a ,wcut- o oathl:t'?nd handkerchief from tho back of tba aurrey as It disappeared In tho dust ''that had been a around tho bend Ou our way back to I'oto's, Illll put his arm around my uhoilldora and urncd In .h.i ii.,.. .. .. "v.i:u iiui -" rcwnru, Jcrnlgan! Inalde the screen door, trna thn tweet' eat, clcanetf, prottleat Rlrl baby yon. aver nw All drcmpd up In ft whIM lawn u,.wllh, n blu9 anth, whH half hfiarf Oint howwl.'A'r 'llmtile,d kneet nnd fftt IHUuIoct. ,whlo iboei and n whlfo bonnet With n laco frill around tho front, tied under her dliiv ilcl chlh lti A bin while ribbon. Href but slut wai tho prottleat llttl Ih'InB (Hal over alrhclc Alfli6Hn, bnr nono. I took ono look nnd anld: "Ansel, nnRcll" You tee, I went daffy ai once. "Hello!" the repeated nt tho lookod round the-- room. "It It ft timet Oh I tee. I tpy!" Then tho pnddlcd over to the rnd of the bar, pointed one fat little nnRor at I'ap Johnaon behind lh'6 iliouted klecfully: "I pyr and rnn to Hill Jcrnlgan. She alnpped bid Illll oil bit Irga nnd anld: Ono, two, frco for you! Now you tro m All tho ret' la homo free." Then aho throw both nrma around ,' clihn-cOrcrc- d CALLING Oood DOWN THE BOASTER Ltttlt Story Told by William Oetn Howells tt a Rebukt to 8prttd-Etglalt- cr ii' Impious. "Ho tald that theso spread eagle boasters deserved the robuku that tho little child administered to tbo cackling hen that had Just laid an egg. Tho child, angered by tho hen's con, tinuous , shook bis llttlo finger at her and tald; "'You link you'rt smart, nut Dod made dat egg. You touldn't help but lay HI'!' cawk-cawktawk-cawk- "It wat William Dean Howellt,'' tald a Chlcngo editor, "who first ro buked ut Atncrlcnnt for our for oar foolish boasting. I tts that Mr. Howells has Just Joined a mon's society, for tho promotion of woman suffrage. Trust him to bo In tbo forefront alwnyt, "I onco heard Mr. Howellt deliver a Fourth of July orntlon In Maine. Tho orator preceding him bnd boasted a good deal. Mr. Howells thowed that toBio of the man's boasts were even spread-eagleis- IcS eeMt. i i ALCOHOL 3 PER rrm Tlio Kind Yon Have Alvmjs Bonght, and "wlilch has la use for over SO years, hua borne tbo slgBatiire) ctf ana Ims bficAmMe'iiBdet Jus t Bonal BBporriHloa lnco ltslnftvacx. Allow no ono to deceive you la tkkb baft All CounUrfcILi, Imitations and" Experiments tliat trifle with andendanjrer th6 keCltk of Infants and Children Experience against Expeximemt. Just-ft.-ffood"- ar IrowotesDillonChrrtftV ness and Ifcstrontilnt nrifcr Opitmt JMorphine norlltacnL flOT iN ARC OTIC. JbcMtUk- - VERY ABRUPT. MS iris lUrtiSfftf Castoria Is a harmless anbstltnto lbr Castor Oil, Faro gorlc, Drops and Sootlilnp Syrtips. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morplilno nor other Narcotlo nubgtanco. Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms. And allays FoTcrlahncss. It etircs DIarrhpca and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. It osslmilntcs tbo Food, regulates the Stomach nnd Boards, giving- healthy nnd natural sleep Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. - What Is CASTORIA Apcrfecl Unntdy forCrjmfltt WoriasjConTiI$ionsJoTri GENUINE lion, sour aioKni.ukuiu CASTORIA ALWAYS ncssandLossOFSiXEP. TtcSmaV Sijntnrr oC Sears the Signaturo of I 1 KDy YORK. Spring Poet Yet, sir; I can writs about anything, air. Well, then, suppose irate you Jutt right about face and bead for tho door. asTsTsTsTsTsTisTMBssssssssssm-aliaiap- 1 hhf WranUtdundtrtoPeeij Exact Copy of Wrapper. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over Ti iprr.ue T, 1 11 rr hvrut enitrr, W. N. 30 U-- nvm rtM cm. Years MEMPHIS, NO. 09. " , 1 threc-quartcr- l l L i wwm m t'.WUI L na-th- o iur -- -- ' foda-watc- 1 1 CURED. The Thrifty Scot. A Vaa 8o Sore. Irdtatlnn anrf PatnAil ing Scotsman and his wife were comfrom boaL That Llttlo Sufferer Could Not 81'atp When off Lclth to London by great tbo Yorkshire coast a oeraienea constantly. storm arose, and tho vessel bad sevCutlcura't Efficacy Cltariy Provtn. eral narrow escapes from foundering. "Oh, Bandy,"- moaned his wife, "I'm na nfeard o' deeln', but I dlnna care "When about two nmt n half vaura to dee at sea." old my daughter broko ont on her hips "Dlanna think o' deeln yet," anand tho upper partt of her legs with a very Irrltttlng and painful eruption. It swered Sandy; "but when ye do, yo'd began In October; tho flrat I noticed better bo drooned at sea than anywas a lime red surface and ft constant where else" "An' wby, Sandy?" asked his wife. detlro on her part to tcratchhor limbs. "Why"" exclaimed Sandy. "Because She could not slceD and tho timnttnna yo wouldnt cost boo muckle to bury." got toro, tnd yellow water camo out of them. I had two doctora treat her, Tuberculosis Conference. but tho grow worso undor their trett-men- u "Under tho auspices of tho Swedish Then I bought the Cutlcura National Lcaguo Against Tuborculo-tls- , iicmeaics and only used them two tho International Tuberculosis weeks when sho was entirely w.ll conference held its annual meeting' in This wat In February. Sho bat never Stockholm July 8 to 10. Among the naa tnotner rough pltco on her tkln, American speakers on tho program tnd tbo it now fourteen rears old. were Dr. Hermann M. Biggs of New Mrs. It 1L Whltaker. Wlnrhe.tnr York nnd Dr. John a Wise, medical lenn, sept. 22, isqs." director of tnd United States navy, dn Cton. Oorp, tola nar, JNat who was the official representative of this country. Two subjectt of special Ht Bit. Interest discussed were: "Care ot The cty man was Jocclng on to Tuberculous Families, Especially of ward tbo summer boarding house In Healthy Children." nnd "Tuberculosa a rickety old wngun. Tho driver was ana too schools. glum and far from entertaining, and tho city man felt rather lonely. Law of Attraction. "Kino field over thcro?" bo ven The attractions of men to women turcd, after a long alienee. and women to men are full of tho most "Fine," grunted tbo driver. perplexing- Inconstancies and contra "Who owns Itr dictions Imaginable. It Is, for Instance, "Old man DHL" a phylscal law that magnetism la not "Old man Hltt. chT Who are those simple attraction of ono thing for an children stacking up bay!" other, but the difference ot two oppos "Old man Hilt's boyt." lng forces ot attraction and ropu!slon( "And what Is bis Idea In having ot which tho former is the greater. them out thcro ln tho field such a hot The tame law holds in relattqn to Iho dnyr attraction ot men and women for each "Wai. I reckon ho thinks every lit other, ln which, as a rule, the maecu tie Dttt bolps, 'stranger. Anything line is tbo superior force. T. P.'s else you want to know? Oet up hero, Weekly, London. hosies. Good Knowledge for Divert. A Baseball Preacher. At part ot tho education ot the Eng It was Just at tho beginning ot tho lish naval divers, tho beginners ard baseball season when tin Episcopal taught bow to save themselves, should clergyman, who it nn anient nnd en they become exhausted, by allowing thusiastic lover of tbo to till with air and shooting game, inadvertently remarked at tbo, their suits rapidly upward to tho surface, wbera end ot the portion of Scriptures which they aro dragged Into tbo boat by tho ho read : attendants. "'Hero endeth tho first innings." Then bo woko up. . The Real Friction. Actor's Wife Do you know, my Rough onltats, unbeatablo exterminator dear, this massage treatment la dreadRough on Hon Lico, Nest Powder, 25c fully expensive. Rough onDodbugs,PowderorLlii'd,25c. Actor (traglqallyj Ay, thcro's tho run; Rough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid. 25. Rough oaRoachos; Pow'd. 1 5c.,Llq'd,25c. It ! a mother' duty to Veen romtantly Rough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25o. on hand some reliable remedy for ue in p Rough on Skcctort,agrceablotouso,25c. ca-- e of sudden accident or to tho children. Hamlin. Wizard Oil can be Ew 8. Wells. Chemist. Jorscy Clty.N. J. depended upon for jutt such emergencies. great-Americ- SKIN ERUPTION THE OBJECT HE HAD IN VIEW. Farmer Had Not Much Expectation of Turkeys, But He Waa Not Losing Anything- - , SICK HEADACHE CARTER'S Positively cured fcy these Little Pills. They al to raycrs.Dla. tre.ilrom Djapep.la.lB-dlirealloand Too Xlearty Kit In j. remedy for Dtuloeii, Nausea, Drowtlneaa, Bat n Island farmer set a ban-,tahen on 14 turkey eggs, and great jwas the scandal thereof throughout the neighborhood. Friends from tar and near dropped ln tor to see and for to admire the freakish feat , Silas," asked envious Hiram ,'IIaggers, "baow many turkeys d' yew 'callate ter git outer them algs?" "Oh. shucks!" Silas answered. "I ain't cal'latln' t' git many turkeys. I Jest admire 't see that pesky little herself!" Harper's critter ' A Rhode "SA-ny- m YlVER PILj.5. iTTLE Taate lath Mouth, Coated Tongue, Pain In tbt Side, TOnPID LIVER. Tbejr regulate tba Ilowala. Farely Vegetable. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. CARTERS Genuine Must Bear Signature Fac-Simi- le Weekly. YlVER COMFORTING. piu.s. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. Biliousness Man ln tho Water Help! Help! I m drowning! Droll Gent What! you don't need help to drown, man. have used them for without them. some time for indigestion and blliousnest and am now completely cured. Recommend them to everyone. Once tried, you will never be without them in tbo family." Ed ward A. Marx, Albany, N.Y. Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. Taite Good. Do Good. Never Sicken.Weakea or Gripe. lfc.ZSc.S0o. Never sold In bulk. Tb genuine tablet stamped CCC Guaranteed to K3 euro or irour mooer back. "I have used your valuable Cascarets tnd I find them perfecL Conlda't 'do I Hit Preference. Commander Maxwell of tbo- navy enjoys telling of nn unique complaint preferred by a recruit. r On every the bar of Justlco la aft in front of the "stick.1 or mast. The recruit bad gone to the Btick to "state" his grievance. "Well, what do you want?" asked tbo executive officer. "Please, sir, I want to complain of the breakfast this morning. "What did you have?" "Durgoo, crack-bash- , bard tack and coffee, sir." "What did you expect?" "Please, sir, I always llko to start my breakfast with a nice steak and a pair of ebgs." Illustrated, Sunday man-of-wa- UNIVERSITY" LOUISIANA jrrw ohxxutb vnra . cumisab, u. xv.. ffr4 TiUm Uafemfrjr U iH ata tmrtaswati, h locatvd h fto dry jf IM 9aik. Nt OrVantv, it tntvcfxal Nwt ithlarcwty An tC4iBt, liadm WlUlqrM k ttWnt, Lbrsrkr, 4 stautrvsM. aftUl Comi-ta BcUm r .CsajttBMrlar ArcstllsKtmrts, Ari. Law, MtV Fk&rmMx, tvad DcaUaHry. IVpartanetit for ktw. tUS afrorr rate. Nest Mtaott wf all (VptrlMU, ttrrfit M. O. cUsMT, IwctM OrtoNt IM. TvtyrUmUfrm NvnabM III. tM ctUkifisc. AaMretsy X, K, Ssmr.AtmUrr. W TULANE Jjumnm, Drtrtsu, latr tm lnt Ida. Wm. Jkdm lty 9it' Readers tubfiirutea ox imUanopi. of Uui paper Magnzino, anvthbs adrer- tued in ill columns should iniift upon baring what they aJt (or, rei using all bay CI l:If:' 1 A ," HALFTONES :- u-- . r. of disciplining the childrenat least In their presQrier's ence and if you want to quarrel on methods, do It In the privacy of your own apartments, where you can have it out without lowering Train your eyes to look on the yourselves in the eyes of the chilbrightest spots in life. Pass the dren. darkness on the other side. Ope of o the sunniest places on earth is the It may be thought that when the spot made sacred by the hallowed to manhood, or influences of those we, love in our child has grown womanhood, as the case may be, Own homes. that the parents duty ceases, and O that henceforth he can "paddle his The time to have the brightest own canoe" and no longer occupy lamps lit, the hottest supper ready, anxious minds. But once a to wear the gayest dresses and hunt their is to be always a parent. No in one's parent up the funniest stories father or mother can d memory, is the cold, rainy night, ever cease to be deeply interested in when there will not beany company, husband, and desirous for the best welfare of but when the it fancy, sons, or brothers will doubly enjoy the child they nursed in and watched and guarded tenderly the cheer. through childhood's wayward years ; o and so as the years pass by their The father who is "chummy" eyes are still directed to the object with his boy, gets down to that eag- of their affection, with the hope and er, inquiring, restless little soul, and prayer that he may be spared trouexplains and enrourages, does not ble md disgrace, and that prosperineed to cut a birch gad in order to ty and happiness may be his portion maintain discipline ; and the mother in life. This is the living wish ; but who sympathizes, cuddles and plays the flesh is weak; the world has with her children can keep her slip- snares and allurements, and too ofh pers on her feet and her ten in his ambition for his brilliant Children boy, the father forgets the wisdom on the dressing table. need love and symoathy as much as the years should have rooted in him, flowers need air and sunshine. and withholds much needed advice from the beloved one, and even helps him into entanglements and THE DISCIPLINE OF CHILDREN. debt that will sooner or later be his About the worst thing parents can do is to discuss the failings of chil- ruin. If we could get away from dren before them. The next worst unholy ambition, "by that sin fell thing is for one parent to attempt to the angels," and not only advise punish the child and the other parent better things, but act as though we protest against it. Either action believed them, many a son would be straight and narrow will damage the respect of the child kept in the of its parents, way," and be found traveling that for one or the other and if there is one thing more than slow and sure road that leads to another that parents want to pre- honor and preferment among good serve, it is their dignity before their people. Were it not for this am A child who gets the bition for our children, and indis children. idea that one parent is at varience creet trust la their abilities, many a with the other on the question of parent would be saved from pinch discipline will make both unhappy, ing poverty and a broken heart in and render itself decidedly objec- old age because some son has swept tionable by playing off one parent away his property and became a dis against the other. If you want to honored and untrustworthy man. have harmony in the family, get to o gether on the question jm, (gfr right-minde- home-comin- g hair-brus- Girls, listen to your mothers i they are your wisest teachers, your best counselors. E'en though you have received a college education, and the dear one who in alt probability has denied hertelf to give it to you has never gone beyond the third reader, you can rest assured that it is not book learning that will keep your feet away from many pitfalls that she can warn you from in tender, loving fashion, that you will do well to heed. The girl that feels herself superior to her mother in education, and who shows to the world at large her contempt for .1 lack that only her superior good fortune prevented her from possessing, is a figure that we are happy to say is not met with often; yet it does exist, and whenever we sic a ent young woman openly correcting her mother we feel like giving her a good shaking, and telling her that ungramattcal and the possibly unrefined woman, who has never had her advantages, Is in reality wiser than she will ever b and that to impress outsiders a little more consideration is necessary. No matter how your mothers may speak, their hearts are in the right place; if their attire Is and their manners not up to the frills of the twentieth century standard, they have had experience of more value than all the schooling and extra accomplishments that you may think of shining excellence. Heed your mother you will never regret it. self-complplain-spoken Boys and Possibilitcs, I have a profound respect for boys, urimy, ragged, tousled boys in the street often attract me A boy Is a man In the cocoon you do not know what it is going to his life is big with many become Clan of Five Thousand. Plans of the Woodmen of the clam of 5,000 World to imtitlate In Louisville, some time next (all are meeting with approval among the Woodmen lodges over the state. At a recent meeting In Louisville, at which 21 lodges were represented. II. R. Bradbury, of that city, was appointed chairman of the commit tee on arrangements, and he will choose seven aislstants. Plans as so far worked out for the nitatlon and gathering include speeches by governors of (our states. Announcements: A I' u DEMOCRATir ForRcpresenlMive. Frank j, o All I THOSE MEAN WHISPERS. The very worst of the whispers are those who gather up all the harsh things that have Deen said about you and bring them to you all the things said against you or against your family, or against your style of business. They gather them all up and bring them to you in the very worst shape ; they bring them to you without any of the ex tenuating circumstances, and after they have made your feelings all raw, very raw, they take this hrine, this turpentine,, this aquafortis, and rub it in with a coarse towel, and rub it in until it sinks to the bone. They make you the pin cushion in which they thrust all the sharp things they have ever heard about Foolish question! Yet some people act as if a medicine you. ''Now don't bring me into could take the place of a doctor! The btst medicine in notice. New don't tell anybody I the world cannot do this. Have a family doctor, consult told you. Let it be between you him frequently, trust him fully. If we did not believe and me. Don't Involve me In it at doctors endorsed Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for coughs and all." They aggravate you to the colds, we would not offer it to you. Ask your doctor. point of profanity and then they No alcohol in this cough medicine. jCC. A uer Co. . Lowell, A fau. wonder you cannot sing psalm tunes 1 They turn you on a spit before a hot If we did not believe doctqrs endorsed Ayer's I'ills for constipation, biliousness, we would not offer them to you. Ask your own doctor about this. fire and wonder why you are not ab sorbed in gratitude to them Ped dlers of nightshade Peddlers of Canadian thistle Peddlers of nux Cairo, Columbus, Hickman, New Madrid, vomica Sometimes they get you Packet SIDEWHEEL In a corner where you cannot very well escape without being rude, and then they tell you all about this one. LIBERTY STE1EB and all about the other one, and they talk, talk, talk. After a while they go away, leaving the place I.KAVKH OAIKO LKAVK8 NKW MAblllD looking like a barnyard after the IO:On. in. Monday, Wediiendiijr and T:f n. m. Tuexlur, Tliurxlny mid Friday. haturduy. foxes and weasels have been around ; AUIUVKH AllltlVKS Hickman nliout J:UJ on nbove dnyi. Hickman Hlxiut l:ioii nlKnednyi. here a wing and here a claw, and UonnecU at Hickman every day with N. ('. .V St. J: train. Newly yonder an eye, and there a crop fainted und furnlttied with l'ullmnn llcrtbt. Apply to airttnt for information. destruction everywhere. T. F. BENTON, Local Agent. FRANK CASSIDY, Master. possibilities. He may make or unmake kings, lines between charge boundary states, write books that will mold characters, or invent machines that will revolutionise the commerce of of the world. Every man was once a boy. I trust I shall not be contradicted, it is realy so. Wouldn't you like to turn Time backward and see Abraham Lincoln at 12, whm he had never worn a pair of boots? The lank, lean, yel low, hungry boy hungry for love off hungry learning, tramping through the woods for twenty miles to borrow a book, and spelling It out crouched before the glare of the burn ing logsl Then there was that Corslcan boy, one of a goodly brood, who weighed only fifty pounds when 10 years old who was thin and pale and perverse, and had tantrums, and had to be sent supperless to bed, or locked in a dark closet because he wouldn't mind I" Who would have thought that he would have mastered every phase of warfare at 26 1 and when told that the exchequer of France was in dire confusion, would say, "The finances? I will arrange them I" Very distinctly and vividly I a slim, freckled boy, who remember was born In the "Patch," and used to pick up coal along the railroad tracks In Buffalo. A few months ago I had a motion to make before the Supreme Court, and that boy from the "Patch" was the judge 'ho wrote the opinion granting my petition. Yesterday I rode horseback past a field where a boy was plowing. The lad's hair stuck out through the top of his hat ; his form was bony and awkward; one suspender held his trousers In place, his bare legs and arms were brown and sunburned and lu For Sheriff: Circuit Court J vv A Hickman Lodge 76 P. & A. M. Clerk. AA k n. Hickman . Lodge No. 761, F. & A. M,, will meet in regular communication next Monday night at 7 tJO. Visiting brothers cordially Invited. H. C. Helm, Master. D. Owkhs, Sec'y. Work In M. M. Degree For Jniler. School Supcrinlendtnt. miss r !ai., Lounty Assessor; County Judge. County Attorney; JAi W t ' T County Court Cleric s :. r r,. Ilaru you a frlonJ In omo other town who Is not taking the Courier! OIto us their tiaiuo so that wo can send them n nampte copy, or tx tttir still, you call and ioml It to your friend (or a whlta. Thrco months nuhnarlptlon to the Con r lor will cost you only Mo. Try It three months, If you are nut nl- rwudy taking It. How Swine Multiply. Are Doctors Any Good? briar scarred. He swung his hoses around just as I passed by, and from under the flappylng brim of his hat he casta quick glance out of dark, half bash ful eyes and modestly returned my salute. When his back was turned I took off my bat and seot you down the furrow s a after him. Good-bles- 1 Tri-Week- ly 1 JjgfiB Who knows? I may go to that boy to borrow money, yes, or to here him preach, or to beg him to defend me in a lawsuit, or he may stand with pulse unhastene-J- , bare of arm, in white aporn, ready to do his duty, while the cone is placed over my face, and Night and Death comes creeping into my veins. Be patient with the boys you are dealing with scul-stufDestiny awaits just around the corner. Be patient with the boys I f. I- Statu ok Ohio, Uitt or Tolkio, I.uc.h Cod.ntt. frank J. Cheney nmke I I Sprinkling Rates For 1909 The sprinkling rate for the season, 1 oath that lit U enlor partner of tli ttrm of 1', J. utieney A. Co dolnif builne.i In thrtlllyof Toledo, County ami Ntatu nfortMiild, and that nald firm will pay the ntnn of OSK lM'NIiltKP IXH.UAllK for each and every ritMt ofUa- turrti that run hot U) cured ly the uo of Hall Catarrh Cure. KIIANK J.UHKNKY. Hworn to Iw (ore mo and auliierllx-in my pretence, thUsth day of liecemtier, A. I Ism. "heal i Telephone (hat grocery Uottcrsworth & I'rmthor. Wo arc paying you tho collection by soiling an pon Hook at a ten per cent from tho face for cash. Ico & Coal Co. order to coat of Ico Cou- Not long since two gentlemen INDEPENDENT TICKET ere driving by the home of a tu; cessful breeder. As they passed the For Sheriff. barn lots a thrifty little sow pig :x : ( HAS j crossed the road befor them. They For County Judge. remarked about the beauty of the the little antmal, and the older of JAMES li ' A ' the two said t . "You may not be For Jniler. lleve me, but I can take that little sow and in four years with her in W. r BIAKI1MI crease buy the best 80 acres there is In this neighboihood and have enough hogs left to stock up the Carry farm and pay a good share of the expenses in their keeping." 1 v 1 11111 1111 At first thought the statement does not seem possible, but a little figuring will prove that It Is not far from the truth. go up m im .kc, jfyrcu We will suppose that the sow and all her female increase will farrow mnirf VflU WrtJ.I Jr f TrMfif for the first time when they are a to starth with year old, and will give birth to a litter every six months thereafter, you may be t .a' and that each litter will average six I? T TYIFH Annnl pigs, three males and three females. At the end of the first year we have the sow and six pigs three males and four females. In 18 months the sow has second litter s This brings the total up to seven sows and six males. After two years have gone this sow has her third litter, and each ol the three sows of her first litter also (arrows. H!'K!!A!t, Kt This gives us a total o( 19 sows and In two years and a half 18 males. Roofrjs and Board the three sowt of the second littei are old enough to farrow. This by the day or wk J7' r -- 'h r brings our number up to AO females fortable roorr.s In three years th and 36 males Reasonable RaleiH sows of the first, second and third litters will farrow and in addition the nine that were born to the three of the first litter. This increases the number to 97 females. Thus It goes on on in progression till the end of four years' when we have a total of 503 females 507 males, hogs enough to buy a good farm. Ex. J Do You r? 1 j A Hotel... 1 Slogan Stock For Sale. Two good work mules; 1 good brood mare in foal ; 2 year old sad die horse, broke to harness; 6 brood sows and lot of sheep. Jno. D Mayes. 2p. FREE TUITION. All ollglhlo pernuns are entitled to frco tuition In tho tt'esturn Kentucky State Normal Sohool. Tho Kali 80s slon hogliiH September 7, 1909. Write President 11. H. Cherry, Howling Groun, Ky., for Information roaltlvo O dlscouut Hickman Sewing Machi' runs lifter thwwy other, tFREB thsnwr last longer other. iimorebrtutifultw DR. BLACK'S A. V (II.KAhON. be- ginning May st and ending November 1st, 1909, in residence section, is 50 foot front and under . . . 8c for each additional foot. $6 NorAiir l'i iiuo. Hall' Catarrh (Jure it taken Internally,. and acti directly on the hood and inroua turfiicei of the nynlem. hend for teatlmonl-a- lt free. K.J. OH K.N KY Alio., Toltdo.O. Hold by all l)ruKKUt.7tc. Take lUII Family 1'IIU for conttlpitllou EyeWater CONTAINS NO JDIhON. any other FREE has U a IS PAINLESS AND HARMLESS and Is guaranteed to cure any cae of tore eyes in the world, to free tuition. IN PEOPLE, HORSES AND DOGS mil blindness. J. K. Jackson, I'aragould, Ark. Cured my eyes after 20 years' guttering ABk Husk.-0. vAnm her' . than TSb'FRE u ca5i 3 Thirsty! KEO la what you need. 0 for tho gcnulno II. Mooro. Dutch Tea than any other. Business house rate, each door $6 This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle To Mammoth Cave. Hickman County Excursion to Mammoth Cave August 17th regular evening train. Fare J3.90 round trip from Trczevant or McKemle-Boarat cave hotel from arrival for lodging until after breakfast on the 19th including fee for the several routes through the cave only $6,03. Limit on tickets ten days returning at will. Write L. & N. Agent. Cured my eye nftcr I hud suffered 10 years and was often times blind. Mus. M. A. 1IAH.KV, Keunctt, Mo, V lllm-lr'I have llll-l- l Dr. MmniMlr Itye Water uud find it Jierfectly iMitiless. It work like inaic. Iuikjk W. A. Maywoou, Joneshoro, Ark. T a jtrFREE make, a more per ets'tch than any . Hickman Furniture Go. 'trlNCOKIHIKATUU-'- l TjtrFREE rnrr crUlVf. tl Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INOOItrOltATKI) OfUn Curt i Aeuto3ortTyis In On Nlfht Sold and Guirsntiati by all Druggists, j Prlcp, 25c. TRADE SUPPLIED BY Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Hickman, TcfoAcn f, tl.cbtofa!lcom-in one. 1 --a' CHICAGO J. R. Black Medicine Company KENNETT, MISSOURI. Kentucky Mm, von s 1,y to li'