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The Hickman courier: August 12, 1909 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 hic1909081201_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: August 12, 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. THE HICKMAN COURIER. i:--a A BLUE MARK HERE inrnn thitt your nb. crlptlon hut iplrvd lUnew promptly if yog wnnt th pflprirem to 7011 ofmr thl month Team that Pulls the Commaicial Uaoon in 4 up thu Hill of Succbss. Tho Courier hat a Bpankin' Goad Team, DroanB the Ixles at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hifch WHOLE HO. Up HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, Now Hunny Boulh, tho hcut bont on tho river, will bo lioro Aug. 13th. Ailotphus pmiil Hovi-m- l KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OF ROCK AUGUST 12, 1900. FAIR DATES. 17 dnyB C8TABLIBHED IH TEE TEAR OHIO IHltO . PRESIDENT ISLAND COMPANY. KENTUCKY Kawrenceburg Iroltchfleld llnrbourvlllo Ilrodhend HICKMAN BOTTLING WORKS. Owvna ft to ilaya nt Dawwiit SprliiR Tik-sdn- , tc. enCOS. - J'OH 8 A !.!-.- : A No. 1 Jersey milk cow ((resli) cbi'np, Clco, I,, Vhltd, Cayco, Ky. turei every night at the Mrs. W. 11. Alton and nlilldron spi'nt Inst wiM.lc In Union City with l. I obmnn, died nt hor aunt. Mrs. F. W. Pnrdiio. i, 1.1st week. hr . -' 7 4,7 Li- t W hnnUlo tho cnlobrnlrd Bnnspa nnl furnlluro ropnlr .. ..... UI.I.H rlel Hour, nml loiarnntco overy sack nnu') o( & rrathur. or your j. t,uurantf-A lllokmnnltn angRi-st- s Hint wo call )l K Lurlin, inu Iho railroad park '(Iimiso I'nrk." Iook llko tho iiaiuo would bo npproprlnto. I. J ..nd Uonlder Jotmi'ou Prof. J. A. Clark nml wlfn, of n. thl week. i. MrliK blo, pnssed our city on the StuckiT f May field, i i iumIhiiJ. U' Kuturday nlftht unroute to St. y uii business Momley. i It i Klaan JUU IrllUld. Slil ...I. I i H N MUs lUtclla Mlllnrd, of Writ Point, Miss., and MUs I.llllc Mnddox, of 'lliree new Lot. WB fitnto Mno. wtiro Iho kuhsIs of Mrs. tah or good nolo. See J. K. Kuqua, Monday. Vltc w bunny South, Aug Beit Heart j ! UOVIinu. . AT ... A daiiRhtor wna Ixini last Sntunlay Cypress 6hlng.es $3.50 a lo tho wife of Mr. J. H. Whlto of Co. v.i.. Kirk- Hnina kin' rutnan Hprlnci. Tho father huvoii . n.lKn ty- - one r Hitknun. r.r.( of ago. Cndl xllvrord. .Hid family wunt to 8U wA The report of tho oxport account' . t .1... Lli. J ant who examined tho books of "l lllrnin Kmedley, who wan County i, .j u t w usys. bus bought thu (Inu Clerk of Padurah, allcRea thnt Hmed I. . iimwas iifor Jordan, ley Is short ubout 115,000. . .j uu ImiIUK I MOO. A represeniatlvo of tho Central Co., of St that Full or Win Telvphonu and ;u iu IrDuis, was In tho city Tutmday and ,.tl lh,. TllllflP . . ,,.A sold a bill of material and cabin to 'i .V ..v. II , shirts with cuff at Iho Obion Telephone Co. 'Union City W u.-.LH 1 --.yt-a- I Not long since, wo had tho pleas-ur- o August 174 days of going through Threlkeld's esAugust 183 days tablishment Tho IHckmnn Mottling August 18 3 days Workfl ono of tho best of It kind In HwInB August 19 ." days West Kentucky or Tennessee In Sholbyvlllo August 24 1 dnys fact, tho facilities of this plant has Kilznbethtown ....August 213 days been grently Increased within tho Springfield August 254 dnys post year, and Is a credit to nny Iondnn August 25 t days town. Florence August 25 4 days A now carhonnntor, with a capaciFrnnkfort August 313 days ty of supplying Uirco tables lias nv HnnllnsburK August 313 dnys contly been Installed, and othernow Nlchohtsvlllu Sept. 1 5 dnys machinery throughout, all of which Thompklnsvlllo Sept. days Is now driven by gas engine power. Sept. Fern Creek dnys Two years ago ono man ran tho HickFranklin Sept. dnys man Ilottllntf Works; now six are emHodgenvlllo Sept. dnys ployed, nnd aro kept busy filling Montlcollo Sept. 7 I dnys their orders. This Is no Binall Item (llnsgow Sept. days when wo Sanders Sept. days n capacity consider thnt tho plant has of 3.C0O bottles a day. Mr. Louisville Sept. 13 C days puu up 14 different kinds Scottsvlllo Sept. 103 days Threlkcld of soft drinks nnd they nro as flno llcdford Oct. days as ever went Into bottles. These Klkton Oct, dnys goods nro sold nt Columbus, New O Madrid, Dcssle, Stato Lino, Wood-Inn- d Mills,' Cnyce, Dlckcrson, Moss THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC. Persons desiring n full courso In Landing, Hlckerson, Uayouvllle and Vocal nnd Instrumental or Public about 20 other points In this terriSchool music, will enjoy unexcelled tory. As a tide lino, Mr. Throlkeld has opportunities In tho Western Normal. Address II. H. Chorry, Howling Green, bottled for II. N. Cowglll, In tha past 15 days, 4,200 bottles of the celebratKy. O ed "Reo," another Hickman produc- ....August 15 14 23 75 84 84 73 12 SIKESTON WATERMELONS. tion. Tho water used In tho products of tho Hickman llottllng Works Is supplied by tho city's artesian well Is t,,n Hli-ctrl- c . I c iw Ii L l 4 wi rtntl wl MnV.I 'i,r1f.t A lit ,. whlto man feut 9 Inches tall, weight sou aim ago su. jno message was -I from Commerce. Mo., above Cairo, &t cur ad for summer prices on mid signed by Mrs. Junu Motfett - ui put in your winter supply tea now, Alter aepi. 1, me prico .. LJ I inocrat. Marshal Dillon rvcelvvd n telegram Monday to watch for the body of n Itltlianl A Jackson, who has been elected president of tho Rock Island Company, tho controlling corporation of the various railroads connected wltli the Chicago, Hock Island &. Pacific tiystcm. has been first of tho Hock Island Company since 1304 and director in tho sovcral companies of which It Is composed, lie was born In Hlclimond. Ind.. In 1858, was educated at Karlham college and the Vnlvorslty of Virginia, and wns admitted to tho bar of Indiana at Itlchinond In 1880. In 18fcG he wns elected prosecuting iltorney for Wayne county, and served four years. He removed to Chicago n 1891 as general attorney for the Chicago. Hock Inland & Pacific. estimated 900 carloads of watermelons will bo shipped from oiKcsion nnu vicinity this season. Melons aro netting $100 n car and aro mnklng tho farmer from $40 to $50 net per ncru. Tho samo can bo donu at Hickman If wo would only wake up Is O It ft SCHEME FOR PROTECTION. u? i,-. u.ij x w i u i .... a i uiiiiiioiiM Co., an- k will bvclii uu their i,ui i; ami win uu , k lion us rniiMly as prumlm-u- t . ',. a young (arm wi'i-- tf tana, left tbls (or or-li- V4 l tJ ut nd sriiool. Ho lUllglous Weekly to ULil: - i.l n.ji.i "ij u well kuowu farm-- j ULiou couuly, To n n., w. ui nl days' llluons of in nurwvcd by u Hid OooU Mulbwr- - sous. JUIt sLK at il'c each i and lu j kuua, Ky J.- -J :x -. K - j uun nu la aud mil ait-Wi- U man, City. OU1 uuwpaiur lu u, Uulou JIUUKIUS ul Ttitiiiuirin ml Uiuuse 1 .t bus aiiimliitid Knrl last. iu0 of Hcottsvlllo, Btatu J Mi -- - J ky ; u to (Ul tliu vucnucr"Jro mu oi Holland Alidur- mm jl!s' h in - .Monan aru oiiiiuu I I LIT. III.. Illlu Wi.i.V r, J Moiiuu. ncccoin. m u muuiiu v;ity. Ho went LJ Ulllf UViilli M .. . .J -- "- , -- IILi . . It Jto tw II.,pV 11l I. la linu llUh IIDI1UU . tint ilull...l t tars, l v Jl pu.lod o(( thulr Kami.- it!,,.. U..i.. 's "'-- et i. . . troublu was bad slio o( tho crowd. offlciTH plcki-up tho nrly in t,0 ,)ny( tlmg uriinkfimusB. IV'tcrson, -- . ' i una of tho Statu mil yiiirirtiuiiiiti ; --M iiy The , . Lt n mat luulsla, ... - to 2'3 of i "rt" ,,Uf ff ,0 1,10 ,"ck,ntt"Thoy aro a - V1 Lrcilkl.ra nr.. ... ........ . . . rvlin.i.. x.... ...... W la, ,,ttnirwIl o, dolUn n 't atury tlimiii.i. .i . r Ik.. iiiira I1UII1. nro being IT ., '' v" liicy ',ri't',i' lcU I"8 laW r: i'"ir,ii p ' "reVluuj Winchester Democrat: Tho blind Best Clear Heart Shingles, $3.50 a V. C Johnson, wlfo and children tiger keepers of a Southern Kentucky thousand, Yates &. Kirk Shingle Co., left Tuesday for Olbson Wells, Tenn., county havo evolved a uniquu scheme wo iippreclalo tho ccKiperallon Hickman, Ky. to spend several days. for protection. IMoro they will sell of our friends and reader of this pa wblski-Although ho promised to use his to v customer they requlro Ice Coupon Hooka charged to acpT In telling us tho happenings of Influoncu to get frou paper. Mr. Taft, hiru to fchow a concealed weapon, so count will be at tho faco valuo. No they can prosecute thu community, and whenever wu fall htm for that ofto mention thu fact that .you have had since his election to tho presidency, discount, allowed only for cash. fense If hi tells on. them. ban actually donu tho opposite. Tho Iliclunaa a visitor don't ultimo us, for wo can't "THE'STATE'NORMAL SCHOOL. Ice & Coal Co. conference commltto had practically O be tho "whole cheeso." you must bo When generous Kentucky establishpn n rate of 3 pur ton duty, agreed In Warsaw, Indiana, a prisoner wns purl of It. NOTICE TO ed thu Western Kentucky Stato Norbut when the president announced fined $50 nnd costs for some Infrac Mercy on us tho Standard Oil Co.. thnt a rato of $1 wns necessary for tlon of tho law. Ho nsked the Judgo tor mo year VJM are mal School, an education was put Is making oomo sort of butler out of tho application of thu protection that he bo allowed to work out his now open; and as this Is my last within reach of lio boys and glr)s, one of Ita Suppose Jawn principle to print paper," the rato ftno In cutting weeds and cleaning up year In office, I desire to havo all young wpmen and men of Western I), should pursue his usual iilloy and was promptly boosted to $3.7t. where tho streets of tho town. Ills work taxes paid PROMPTLY in order that Kentucky. Write concerning free tuiorder nil other butter Industries to It will probably remain, lint Mr. added so much to the appearance of my books may be balanced. You will tion nnd other items. Address H. II. sell out to him or bo tindemold? Sup Taft actually was Instrumental In tho town that tho cltlzons demanded find myself or Deputy Goalder John Cherry, President, Bowling Green, Ky pose they should capitulate Then, raising the rato from 3 to $3.75 thnt the city officials tako up tho son at tho City National 13ank, at what would wo have to pny for but ton, nnd thus sanctioned this tax up- work where he left off nnd finish Fulton, or at my offlco In Hickman. LEVEE TO BE REBUILT. Please make payments promptly. ter. iho Job. on tho Intelligence of the nation. Assistant Secretary of War Oliver J. T. SEAT, S. F. C. and Acting Chief of Engineers Ab- O bott Thursday assured Congressman A FINE SHOW. Crow of Uio Fourteenth Missouri that tho loveo In Scott nnd Mis- A very largo crowd attended tho show nt tho W. R. Marklo Floating slsslppl counties, washed out by tho Theater at tho landing here Wednes- recent flood, will bo replaced, regard day evening. It was probably tho less of cost Crow Is receiving dozens of letters largest over seen at nn entertainIn Clarlngton, and from people In his district who lost ment of tho kind nil present showed their high appre- all their crops through tho brenk In ciation of tho performance. Mr. Mar- tho loveo, entreating him to urgo klo certainly has a flno show. It is speedy relief. O strictly moral and In every way. Tho musical features aro ex MONEY TO LOAN. cellent, whlto tho electrical effects I loan money at tho rate of 5 per aro simply grand. Tho boat Is largo cent per annum on farm lands In and commodious, and Is elegantly Obion and Weakly counties, Tcnn., fitted up. Mr. Marklo has promised to stop and In Fulton county, Ky. About ono hero again next season, and If hu half tho cash valuo of a farm will bo does ho will certainly bo greeted by loaned. Loans made In sums of $1, 000 all more for five years with privia "full house." Clarlngton, O., News. lege or to borrower of paying samo after O ono year in full or making any slzo FARMERS' TELEPHONES. partial payment desired at intervals Not only do you get tho market of six months after tho expiration of quotations, which enables you to sell ono year. Interest being stopped on your products nt tho best prices, but partial payments made. Call on or your wlfo also gots tho benefit of con write. O. SPRADLIN, Uulou City, Teun. versing with her neighbors, friends and rolutlvor, nfter her domestic duties are done, ion win be sur The Independent telephone wave prised to find how cheaply you can seems to bo sweeping over tho enget excellent tolephono service. Call tire portlou of West Tetiuesuue, as tho mnnnger for Information regard- uow companies are being formed at ing our special "Farmers' Lino" rates. almost all of thu towns of any slzo Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph in this section. Obion county has reCompany, Incorporated. cently orgunlzed nn Independent com pany and will run lines us fur south O as Memphis, north to Hickman, Ky., RD CAUGHT. BOOTLEGGERS and east to this placo and McKoiizlo, Unroll 1 oilier nnd Cnl Cruce were thus connecting till of thu Indepenarrested Saturday, at the homo of tho dent companies In this section, and latter, by Sheriff J. T. Sent, on giving each subscriber free service 1 charge of bootlegging. At tho time over thu territory covered by theso thu urrost was made, they had 40 companies. Hickman has also organquarts of whiskey In thulr possession, ized a now Independent company, and a recent tssuu of thu lllekman Courier lloth aro whlto men. In Judge Naylor'tt court, Monday, announced that a large number of llollier wus fined $100 and Crucu $C0. thu business lueu subscribed and that In default of payment, thu wure sunt thu systuui would reach over a largo totrilory. Domocrut, of Huntingdon, to Jail to lay out thu ring. Saturday was an unlucky day for Ten u. filtered, charged and bottled without being' touched or exposed to the air, and is purity Itself. Cleanliness nnd sanltutlon aro evident to an cxtremo degree a thing much lacking In some similar establishments, A visit to this placo will not only convince you of tho truth of this statement, but will bo Interesting besides, and Mr. Throlkeld, tho popular manager, Is nlways ready to show visitors through. Hickman should bo proud of her bottling works. . . lux-uocK- it Dls-trl- Your Iiasl Chance FOR THIS WEEK ONLY we give you choice of Fancy and Blue Serge , Hart Schaffner & Marx SPRING ONE-THI- ' SUMMER SUITS -- iron. OFF Take advantage of this opportunity SMITH & AMBERG II... U MUkuuin u'k our i.fri., Uulllivii .. viipv bootleggers. O i. .. 'ia uro uoiuk. luiuiuiuuiiuiuuiimiUiiiiiliUiauuininiuiuaauhiiuii 0 Thirsty f ItEO Is what you ueed. Sheriff Sent says wo need a street crossing In front of his office. Anion. THE HICKMAN COURIER COTTON "Cevtrs Wsstsrn NEEDS RAIN A POSSIBLE EXPLANATION MM.) BOY FIGHTS Willi Kotukr Like the Diw" r W. 0. SPEKR and J. C. SEXTON, Editor and Proprietor. IRREOULArt STANDS TEND TO MAKE THE AVE RAO K LOW. Local Showers Beneficial Only In Weevil Limited Area-B- olt on the Increase. (Copyright. iijBft CARTER'S E SCAPED BEAR GETS BAD WOUNDS BEFORE SUC CEEDING IN CHAINING. HIM ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADVANCE. IB: CARTERS T"''i.)C!rl, - Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, second-clas- s mall matter. postofllca FREE BAGGING FAILED BENATJB PASSES IT, KNOWING THE HOUSE, WOULD NOT. Attempt Made to Have It Incorporated In Resolution, Extending Reduction on Leather. Washington, I). C Tlio amendment of Senator Mctaurin of Mississippi, placing cotton bagging on tlie free list, which the senate in open session adopted a lew weeks ago, m Iot YVexlnewlay in what In popularly stjled a fegUlatlv . sscd tile Mchaurtn The senate araemlmrnt three weeks ago, and the amendment went ti conference along with other amendments.. The conference rejected tlie amendment.' SenJtor OilCenWrt? leader bf the minority, proposed that the Mcbaurin amendment 1 lacked on to the joint resolution proposed by Senator Aldrich, with reference to tlie' leather schedule. in Senator Ciilbersou-knew- , the open senate, that if the free bagging amendment yaa not tacked on to the joint resolution offered by Senator Aldrich it could not pas. When Senator Culberson projoed the JlcLanrln ..amendment for frqe cotton lugging, it was repudiated by. .about 21 majority. The, Mchnurin amendment aa a part of the McCumber resolution did pass the senate, but when the McCumber resolution was adopted it was known at the time by the Aldrich faction that the house, turned dofcn-Iit would ' and so it was. mlx-upand-staod Tenn. Cultivation of the cotton crop has now been aWut completed and its fate depends entirely upon the weather, which at present is dry. Telegraphic reports show that moderate local rains fell on Friday and Saturday In Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama. They Were highly beneficial, but were not sufflfirnt to relieve the drouth, as many sections got no rain t all. The only section of the cotton belt not In need of rain lies east of Alabama. Klscwhere the need with local exceptions The. plant has is becoming insistent. reached the fruiting stage, and Ulng small and late needs inolsttirc to pro mote both growth and fruiting. The cotton in central and northern Texas and southern Oklahoma I fast In losing ground because of drouth. Louisiana the weather is favorable, but weevils are on the Increase. Owing to the irregular distribution of The Wave of Agricultural Prosperity May De Due to the Finding of a Cure rainfall for the past month crops arc for the Sleeping Sickness. potted. There Is much cotton In all of the South not more than a foot hlsh on this the second day of August. ROOSEVELT AT NAIROBI RAGE RIOT IMMINENT This fact and irregular stands which are grassy condition of a heritage of the early summer, makes the average low, ADDRESS PRESENTED ITIX IN LITTLE NEEDED TO PAN FLAME although there are districts with good OF RESENTMENT. TUSK OF ELEPHANT. cotton. Memphis, up SMALL once Mone. ONLY SUULPILL,SMAlLjr:Iug;;BAR WEAPON Gcnuinennnr Adventure Oeeurt at Amusement Oaf den and Causes Panlo Among Youth Women and Children Taken to Hospital. REFUSE SUBSTITUTE,, hi. thiols Panic prevailed among omen and children at a Delmar gar black den show when n bear, which had hmken Ida chain. climbed out of hla pit. Claronco aged 17, who Is employed at the eariten aa a tnechnnlc. not a an ani mal handler, leaped forward, grasped the short chain, dragged the powerful animal, which bit and clawed him. back Into the nit- - fastened the brute securely, and then, fainting with pain. waa carried to thj City nospitai, wiiero TOILET THE TEETH . sU ANTISEPTIC NOTHING LIKE IT FOB "wing, UstttM J .em. ol d.y snj iMtM v,Ui !''.'- -: H- THE MOUTH tuarsa lrt he will bo confined for some tliuo. A small Iron bar waa the only weap on Voawell hnd against tbo bear's for midable claws and sharp teeth, ilia effective hammering of the benr'i head probably waa all that aavod him being torn to ploces by tho angry animal. el Ihrost, pvinats ,,,, WSVV4 lbs weauu rial. -i THE EYES ntsVTfMI IMI- aTirrwhMsswl -- , CATARRH . ri, ftOd brsik ud ij. a."" , sri L. K t,wl kj a !.... . la( ' uw (H APING ROYALTY, SAYS SIMS Vice- - ,as Rome, Co. Following two days of In Nairobi, British Kast Africa. Theo Washington. The purchase of auto dora Roosevelt and his sou Krrmlt were tense excitement, with a war Iwtween for the private uo of govern- tbo truest s of honor at a public banquet the white and blacks imminent, the ment officials was made the subject of elven in Nairobi Tuesday. Frederick J. small town of Farill, in Cherokee county severe attack by Mr. Sims of Tennessee, Jackson, governor of British East Africa, Alabama, is quieting down, although during consideration of the urgent defi- was chairman and 175 persons sal at there are still grave apprehension of a ciency appropriation bill In the house. the table. Cant. Sanderson, the town serious clash. The senate amendment appropriating A dash between tlie races occurred at clerk of Nairobi, read an address of $12,000 for the purchase of vehicles for welcome to the former president of the Farill two years ago, and but little Is as well as the speaker and United States, and afterwards handed needed to fan into flame the smoulder other senate amendments, were later dishim the addrea enclosed in a section of ing fires of resentment. An armed land ' agreed to. elephant tusk, mounted in silver and of whites is still making search for men, FARMERS ELECT WOMAN. Mr. Sims criticised the use of automo bers of the negro dan which precipitated silver chain. biles by- - the quartermaster's department with a American residents of tlie protectorate the prrsent trouble. Mist Nellie Hortoa Made Secretary of the army, and expressed his conviction Galveston Perkins, a negro enraged .Mr. Roosevelt with a tobacco of the Tezaa Union. that it was an outrage for the govern- presented of the hoof of a rhinoceros, because ot Mng ordered from the store box made Galreston, Tex. The Kuruiers' Union ment to provide automobiles for the pri silver mounted, the skull of a rhinoceros of A. R. Wright at Farill, went away of Texas, embracing a membership of vate use of officials, while $6 and $12 mounted in silver, and a buffalo sullenly, and returned at the head of a here, elect- pensions were being paid to widows of also nearly "30,000, in convention mob of fifteen of his kinsmen and way the salaries of clerks were head. ed Miss Nellie llorton, of Fort Worth, soldiers and Mr. Roosevelt, in reply to the toast laid ami assaulted Harpr Wright a short expenses. secretary-treasure- r of the organization, being pared down to reduce distance from his father s store, uet proimsed by Gov. Jackson, saldi I am retting tired ot this aping oi over four male opponents. For five years "I wish to take tuts opportunity to land Perkins knocked young Wright MLss Horton has been assistant secre- the ways of royalty," he said. "I can't people of British East Africa down with a rock aa the latter was tak tary, and proved- herself not only thor- believe that the sjwakcr want an auto thank the generous and courteous hosp- ing the mail pouth from the depot to the for their oughly competent for the .ery responsi- mobile, after he has walked here lor itality. I have had a thorough good imstoffiee, and Immediately the other ne years.' lie author of a new thirty-fivble office, but-- I time! I am Immensely Interested In the groes joined in the attack. Wright was system for marketing cotton, drafted country and. its possibilities as an abode badly beaten and his Injuries are serious the bill for cotton weighing, and in fact PROHIBITION HITS UNCLE SAM . wnuc men. 1 ? I - . nr I. Soon a number of white men lor rij directed several movements which won fit for fine nonulatlon and healthy and on the scene, and the negroes fled. Ini legislation for this must powerful of all mediately the town was alarmed and an Decrease of Over Five Millions in prosperous settlements, and it would unions in Texas. Revenue for Year. a calamity to neglect them. But the armed posse scoured the wool all night, She is a brilliant young woman, only finally rapturing Garvin Perkins, a cousin Washington. Uncle Sam's pocketbook settlers must be ot the rignt type. 24 years of age, possessed of exceptional "I believe that one of the best feats of the two negro leaders of the mob. a big shrinkage because of the will be in charge of a large suffered ability, and wave during the fiscal year performed by members of the white race Cooler hesds prevailed upon the posse to office force to care for the records and prohibition sent to Jail ended July 30 last, during which period in the last ten years is the building of allow Garvin Perkins to correspondence of the union, She is there was a decrease of $3,290,773 In the Uganda railroad. I am convinced FARES NOT POPULAR the first woman to hold executive office whisky tax Teceipts aa shown by the pre- that this country has a gTeat agriculin any of the large unions in the liminary report of the internal revenu tural and Industrial future, and It is the Election Results In bureau, just issued by Acting Commis- most attractive playground in the Referendum Tom Johnson's Defeat. world." Williams, Jr. sioner Itobert FIREBUGS AROUSE HOUSTON. Cleveland, O. The Schmidt ordinance, Whisky tax collections last year were providing for the grant of a franchise to as against $140,158,607 for WOULD REPUDIATE HOBSON Herman Schmidt, insuring Negroes Believed Responsible for the $134,868,034, fares the preceding year. The receipts of beer ' Incendiarism. On n jmrt of the city street car lines, and other fermented liquors amounted to Houston, Tex. A series of fires in va- $57,430,411, a decrease of $2,331,203, Alabamiana Do Not Want Him on waa defeated at a referendum election here Tuesday by a majority of 3,082 Marine Committee. cant houses, coupled with anonymous compared with 100S. Washington. Memlwra of the Ala The total vote was 30,941 to 34,U2n. written threats of negroes to burn up The nations tobacco ul, however, the city, has caused the formation of a showed an increase. The government tax bama delegation In the houe who some The Schmidt ordinance waa fostered by vigilance committee among the citizens. on all sorts of tobacco aggregated time ago indorsed Congressman Richard Mayor Tom I Johnson. waged The campaign which has Eleven houses were destroyed in one an increase of $2,024,423 over P. Hobson, of the Sixth district, for a par night this week by incendiary fires. Over the previous year. place un the committee on merchant ma for the last two months has twenty- - houses were destroyed during the rine and fisheries are preparing to ask ticularly bitter. Mayor Johnson, munic In other cases week, mostly vacant. him to release them from the Indorse ipal office holders and others held hun JEALOUS WIFE'S AWFUL DEED ment. Mr. Hobson is an advocate of a dreds of tent meetings and urged the burglary preceded araon. The epidemic of burglaries and fires shin subsidy, which iiollcy the other granting of the franchise. A committee of 100 business men com lias aroused citizens to the point of Shot Husband to Death, Cut Woman members of the Alabama delegation do frenzy. If negro firebugs arc caught to Pieces. not favor, and as the ship subsidy bill posed It. Thousands of ieople crowded they will be severely handled. 'Hie Canton, O. Tired of tc!ng made a will be referred to the committee on the streets to hear the returns. When Chronicle, vtil editorially advise citizens slave of by the man she married, Mrs, 'merchant marine and fisheries, they do the result was announced automobile were rung, whis to arm with shotguns for protection Tony Panella, wife of a prominent hast not care to lie placed in the attitude of horns tooted, against midnight intruders with jimmy End grover, fired two bullets through his having indorsed a man for that tsisl- tles were blown and throngs of eoplc und torch. head, when she found him embracing tion. Mr. Hobson, who Is now on the paraded the streets shouting. lecture platform, will be formally 'reClara Pizzana, bis clerk. Death was MAKE THIEF TOWN MARSHAL. quested to release his colleagues from KENTUCKY EDITOR IS CANED Afterwards she turned the revolver on their indorsement. Oen. "Peacock" Johnson Takes Re Gov. Willion Paroles Man to Fill Un- - Mrs. Pizzuua. Iteing too excited to shoot, venge on Denny Ooode. ,. Desired Office. Bear Carries Baby Away. she threw It down and seized a large Louisville. Present day journalism Cheboygan, Mich. Reports reached Frankfort, Ky. liecausc the ruining butcher knife with which she literally town of Lilly, Laurel county, is without cut the woman to piece. Later w ith the the city that a large black Wr had and the 'Old Kentucky" clashed Tuesday . Philip P. Johnston, of illson bloody knife still in her hand, she went carried away u baby 18 months old while when a in a rsli a to .keep order, (lov. lias parojed Iteuben Hodge, serving three to a nearby barber shop where she tele the mother was picking huckleberries on the Kentucky National Guard, ettned Denny It. (loodc, editor of a weekly years for grand larceny. It is probable phoned the police. the Mcintosh plains, almut ten miles l pa lT here. "They got what they deserved. I am out of town. A posse of ten men has he will take the Job. The governor got The general took umbrage at an edl residents of Lilly, in not sorry for my crime, said Mrs. Pa- set out In search of the child and bear. a petition from torlal reference in the paper to him as which it was set forth that the town nella, when taken to central police sta"Geurrul Peacock P. Johnston," and an Oklahoma Has 1,001 Convicts. was in danger unless it could get a tion, her dress soaked with blood. epigrammatic remark that Juhnston Is Nona of its residents cared marshal. McAlester, Okla, One the 1st day of a man "who spells 'mo In capitals and Bill to Extend Holidays. to assume the job. August there were 1,001 convicts In the you' In ngute type." The editorial reWashington. A bill providing that Oklahoma state penitentiary. Of the ferred to the recent upheaval In the Chinese Babe a Citizen. the federal government shall participate seventy-fivcounties in the state seventy regiment' here during state legal holidays by closing all are represented by convicts in the peni First Kentucky II. St. Louis. If little Joe Chuck Wah, in the which Col. W. Huhlemuii and over cr William ah, fl he is known to his Its offices within a state on any day set tentlary. thirty of Ids officers resigned from the son aside by that state as a legal holiday American friends, the crack command ufler friction with the Harriman's Health Improves. of Jue Sing Wah, a wealthy Chinese was Introduced by Representative Kahn officers of Cell. Johnston. merchant of Kudoru, Ark., and his Amer of California. One of the effect of the New York. Private cable advices re The affair has created a sensation all wife, wishes to return to the United measure would bo to compel offices of ceived here today stated that K. II over the state. Gen. Johnston is a citl ican is a man, he will have the federal government to close on birthHarriman's health was greatly improved, zen of Lexington, and famed as a breed states when lie little difficulty in being ndmltted on day anniversaries of certain Confederate his condition being better than for scv er of fine horses und u lavish entertainer are observed as. legal holi eral years. account of the foresight of his father, leaders which muiislou. in his who filed ppcrs to have his American days in some Southern states. NINETdTLLIOlTDEBTS. with the Immi birth Cancer Our Worst Scourge. DATE FOR WATERWAYS MEET. gration authorities. Jue Slug Wall has New York. One man in every thirty of Shepard & Co. Scheduled at 10,000 through his mercantile umassud Assets two, and otie woman in every eleven die business. Elfcht Millions. Will Be Held Nov. 1, 2 and 3 to Con from cancer In this country, according New York, Liabilities of $D,558,348 to Dr. Milton ,. riMite, consulting physi form to Taft's Visit. McCrea Threatened. In cian to the New York Skin and Cancer New Orleans, It waa announced here and assets of $8,393,928 & am shown Philadelphia. Pa. (hart'ed with send Co., the bond Hospital, "I the schedule of Shepard deno threatening letters to President Mc- Monday afternoon that Nov. 1, 2 and 3 brokerage house which failed In April claring cancer haveworst hesitancy In Ing tho pliyslml scourge , had been definitely decided on aa the Pennsylvania Ituilrnad Crea of the Deep last. Nearly ull the claims Included are with which we Imvo to contend today. of the with a view of extorting money, date Waterway convention, to be held In Now unsecured. Of the assets a littlu more Cuncer Is far more dreaded than tuber Abrum C. Eby, alius Adam Smith, said is than $8,000,0iO are In stinks and nego culosis, for ulthough the deuth rate from to be the mayor of llurkeville, Va., was Orleans this full. The latest change tiable bonds. The firm wus heavily in- cancer Is not yet so great as that from rnadu in order to conform with the plan arrested here und given a hearing before here from terested In railroad projects and Indus tuberculosis, it Is steadily on the in of President Talt, who arrives United States Commissioner wraig. us trial enterprises lit New Mexico- crease." St. Louis Oct. ai. held in $10,000 ball.' mobiles Kicks on Providing Autos for President and Speaker. Former Preeldent Says Africa Will Whltee In Pursuit of Negroes Who Made Murderous Assault on Be a Oreat Country when DeYoung Merchant. veloped by the White Man. lj h 'Cossack la not a trained bear," said Voawell. -- lie la Just an exhibit In a concession on the Delmar Pike, and Is admired for his alto and hla glossy black coat. -- I have never had any experience handllne animals, but It has been part of my work to feed this bear, and I came to know hla way, and that he was a dangerous fellow. 'While a crowd was atandlnR around hla nit Cossack Jerked hla chain Iocmq front the rlnr and started to climb out. I heard women scream and an. everybody breaking away from the Dlaco. and I ran over there. There waa old Coaaack rlicht up on the ground. Ilia pit waa only about tire feet deep, and It waa no trouble for him to get out. "I shouted to Coasack to go back tn the pit He baa sever learned to - II kstss i Psitlae is s KsnalsM yrt wtU ItrmKads.disis(rclnl snd drajavm, iha uiriiiif flunS) half uunk, sol ""WJS. S I '"ji roeismc aTonuaeTonis.soc tcti!!y (Uu. oUi 1 LARGE SAMPLE FREE I 1HI PAKTOfs TOIUT 00. I0ST0. fcsrv '.T.V:- -. Thompson'! Ejelilu HEARTLESS. w i VS- -. st e i. api-arr- to write spring poetry' a race He should see t coct. 1 8wcct ElaMttn. hlatnrv wss Irllinr linn ill V. b s TCtcr EM 1 B mi iijuiic uiu n il,..m irllh lirillT ft . TITP e aid: 4UU MW" s Case?" "Klghten last Instant reply -- birtbdaj cist C "1 want you io ittii ....- uocior, mm man. "I nave cow you suggest' - ie, . "He Struck Me with Hie Open Paw. obey, and Instead of doing as I told hlra ho made for mo. "I picked up a short Iron bar, the I had no only thing that waa handy. gun, and If I had I would have hesitated to uao IU I stepped to one side) ot Cossack and grabbed hla chain, and aa ho lunged for tno I thumped him on the head. "That mado him furious, but tt mado It easier for ma to Jerk htm back Into the pit Ho jumped In, and I grabbed tho chain, which he bad pulled out of my bands. "Down there in tho pit ha had tho advantage of me. Thero wns whent we hnd our real fight. He ntruck mu with hla open paw, toro my coat and under clothes open nnd dug Into my shoulder- I hit him on tho head ngnln and ho mado nt mo with his teeth and bit mo In tho right leg. I thought he had bitten It off, ho went so deep. "1 thumped him on tho head with all my might and ho let go. Then snapped his chain back on tbo ring, fastened It securely, nnd just as ho mado nt me again with his claws I jumped out of the pit." Tliu benr right occurred at a tlmn when tho Delmar Plko was well tilted followed and. various reports which It caused excitement nmong tho sldo 'show crowds, and on tho grounds adjaccAt. - ih wlttv please." J .( twit J nhTslUsa. - tTfe i N-e- THE NEW WOMAN Made Over by Qulttlsj Cttt. Coffee probably wrccu . o ,il..Mt.rl . Derccniaco oi oraitn.- -. Northern pcoplo for Sc3th It more freely. Too worn Jl uoes i enouclt in some (ration, a woman ui (&1B F" -- - - cow-Mi- s writes: "f was a coffee drlalcr and for about six ycirs -- t completely shat'mu. i f..ii itxitn-trh- UP ara nci'...nh also palpitation of the k:ut of appetite. -' b " nn.llv I lOSt t3 t ; f- ? Adjt.-Gcn- 1 soci.il-ixditlca- .mliul tinnn and . IE0 -. . restored, then I became i In tho other eye, .. rrffi m i.. v 1M IL glvo up cont nucd to anna u i rn.rf nf severe that I must so I began using iV.Z'-'.- coffee, hut I the -" u ,.cd SjMWtt A.!lkM,"nr, strength. About a bc e rS ' lOOa llrnnNutl . has been onaiai. oe feel llko a new en nea nooui ..i-- i nfret .j tr.. new ante-bellu- Com-Iany- Rooster Fights a Boy, to Perv, Ind. Sent to tho gather eggs, tho von of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hetischoy was attacked by a rooster, nnd It took sev eral Htltchea to closo tho gashes In the boy's arm and face Tbu child to gather eggs went to the and was reaching In a nest when tho rooster attacked him. Tha boy foil and Instantly the roosUr pounced on blm and began using hla bill and spurs oil tho boy. Tho lad screams attract ed hla mother to the scene. The rooster had attached others, but this assault cost It lis llfo. Tho boy that ertulug called fir tho roostcr'a liourt ut supper and devoured it with relli!i&Dii sutlf&:tlou. hon-housfour-year-ohen-hous- e msn iiBinir iubiuw could not walk a II 71 fatlnte. M"rtV , I ... " u but now iny r - rem!. ... i mold reacaw"":, memory tc ho ivui.il."- .n i -- ...j. r,n me iid fsrts Y- bat W" .s . . iu.s' . . , . c- to tte 'ot though I dislike paMK-- ' publish this letter rfC"vtuTtll.' i no 'lu"" " Head A nVes. "Thcre s a .. ,..J Ihe lliuv v. uHa. 4 obs appear" mt9 yrHuiuv, UtsrcsU s' Doings TTHE j 5 MAKES BETTER RAILROADS." Writer Pays TrlbuU tfl Western NEWS OFTHE STATE! Summary of Matters of Special Interest to Our Readers CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE, CAPITAL NOTES. .Attorney Batson Qets Appointment Attorney Homer w nation, ot lvJ- Isvlllo, wns appointed by (Jov. Wtllscn to fill tho vacancy In tho Jefferson circuit court, First division, common pleas, created through the death ot the late Judgo Emmett Field. Railroad Magnate a BulldstUp of tha Country. fected alio other development. President Tart, himself a former fedornl J u due, tat In th aame circuit from which Juitlco Harlan wa appointed to tho aupreme bench, and Smummgm there doulitlcta la what may be IMilsvllle, Ky. Official notification termed a bond of Judicial Intercat befrom the secretary of agriculture In . . . ' 1 dittiocrlr different from any tween them. It la frit that ahould JuWashington was filed with (lov. Will- Plck-UD- S other sausage you ertr tailed. dicial distinction ho bestowed upon son advising thnt olllclal that Ken- - I Jamca 8. Harlan, who ha Inherited Juit try on can' sad it I sure to A very micron. tucky will bo nuarantlncd to prevent .SHISOTOS cossId the Judicial temperament, tho honor . i .mmor necessity, te become a mesl-tiKy. Immediate action W Ml. of una'1"1 rlman Is easily the biggest and the the spread of "scabies," a discaso of : In tho personnel would be something peculiarly appre- best, says a writer In tho Hutchinson be served at frequent intervals. I)r Frank T. Elsenman. stnto toward the reorganization of the First sheen. court of the United ciated by both father and son for ?,v (Kan.) Dally News. The head of s Ker.iucKy regiment win no Degun oy reaaona aside from the general railroad company, under tho rule of veterinarian, received n letter from Col. Harry C, Grlnstead, appointed cMmiu the nam of James A. I). Mclvln. chief of the bureau of SMfjSt just suits for breakfait, ts pertaining to n su- tho garoo, must work for hla stock conalderntlona "I member of animal industry, stating that this ac- - bond ot tho regiment by Gov. Wlllson. fine for luncheon snd ssu'tfies at " . ... . ... Uslmi. with nu nsso- - premo court npiolntment. ndvan-tag-e holders, whether It Is for tho tlon will be taken on account of the . NS- tO lilt dinner or supper. Like all oi I. In That condition! have arlaen which conot politicians, shippers or Ky. Preparations nro Libby'sFood Products St Is may catiao Justice Harlan to decide sumer. It I his Job to do tho best fact that tho .Ituptim In now nrevalcnt Eolng ahead hero . k 'l father. John MnrthMI for the fifth nnnuai in this state. Ilecauso Kentucky is cooled and prepared, ready, uJi-b- o has been on the supremo to take up duttoa In tho aervlco of he can for the Interests entrusted to one of tho greatest sheep markets ot convention of the Associated Adver-t- he ' So Ukky'm 9rmt 177. nd who recently tho lrcbyterlan church, which would hh caro. Harrlman la not only a bs of America, which will be - l'nB country that Industry will bo serlonly through hla an Whit Kltmhmm- - th M..r.trri.U. birthday. tie possible tho bench, la part ofretire- financier, but he la I n builder and city oujly affected by tho quarantine. Dr. held August 23, 20 nnd 27. Nearly 10-.the operator. Lucky the town, dtacMit, nos( scientific kitchen U occasion no surprise ment from cngravcu inviiauons uave It" d gossip, Jamca 8. Harlan, If or community that ha a Ilarrlman K senmnn staled that the state board sent out tktfvwrU. two changes In the per lateat cne or of health will bo compelled to depend appointed to tho supreme bench, .( the highest federal tribunal would take to that body expert knowl-edg- road. He Insists on a good roadbed. lition thn vnrloUK fiscal courts to Dro- -I (Htier peputo, res level track, safo track and Ue con nt Ihc beginning of the Ky. .Major Morris Ubfcjr Pare rod nt: of Intcratato commorco matters venience and comfort of the travoler vldo funds for thn establishment of tho Fuller, now thief Justice r.tiarnnttnn nn,i fnr th furtherance of ford, an attorney, received notice from year, and As-j- - which will more and more occupy the nd the shipper. Tho Harrlman road Adjt. Gen. Johnston of his appointment hKi seun'r seventh attention of tho court are nbted as tha best In the coun- plans to prevent further contagion as lieutenant colonel ot tho First Ken llsrlnn have bwn gossip also connects Chief try. Whon Harrlman got hold ot a among the animals. The lata tucky regiment He was a captain In OTfd l'h retirement Inclination! Juitlce Kullcr'a namo with revived or played-outrack, and tfosnfteaf .. time for 1,0,1,0 Jf'r pa,t war, and later the 8panlsh-AmerIc- an OFFICES DECLARED VACANT. erldent. howeror. after tdana to tnako nn International trial right ot way he proceeda to put tt In i, tenia was a major .In the First regiment He does not cbarncter, that court out of The Hague trlbunnl, first class condition. U'k of tbl Circuit Judge Parker Hands Down a an aim of I'reil la faros, although h from tsJr rJd be no retlrcruentaIlooao-i- . which Taft.aald to be matters eventuate ralio tho rates ot "a plenty' but he Ix)ulvlllo, Ky. Caught between tho Decision Setting Aside the 1907 Ohmw Ohem Should doubtless charges dent during the gates of a railroad crossing while drlv- the i.rreise bench Lexington City Election. Utterly It hat as coatlp suggests Illinois still would Insists that enough of th funds go and 939M ffffoJk490 Ing In a buggy, Mrs. Catherine Farrls Ixlngton. Ky. Circuit Judge Watts In the blghoit Into real improvements to make a 'hat WriN for free booklet, "How tn tor UJustice neither tho chief Jon- have aof representative tho way still be railroad. And that Is wbero he stands Parv.r hmrtivt down ft decision set- - and aher Louisville son were run aownthe land and court narinn w He & Nashville pasfast city by to tnaW OMd Things te Bat". which are ao con- - oiien lo fill another vacancy from the ahead of a good many others and why tine aside the 1907 Lexington es to relax ibe laliora scnger train. Mrs. Farrls was Iasist oa tlMkym at your m Is not such a bad thing election and declaring the municipal Ohio and Kentucky Harrlman. Hut with Mr. Taft circuit of which lo thein B'l now held by Mayor John Skaln ably fatally Injured. The boy escaped power the latter the atate from which Jus a omo peoplo have boen led to think. the cSre of appointive h waa appointed 32 years Ho tnako better railroads, and there and his associates vacated by roason injury. to believe thcro la cuj are inclined chance of mind, af tlco Harlana part. Is morn need for Improvement that nf nrnvrn fmnri brlhprv nnd IntlmldS' I ago form a of a i p'.'a'J'I'y me . muijuenju--.. nennemon. n.y. m, way than there Is In somo ethers tinn by the democrats on November 5. and naclng association has leased nttr mnnlrlnal admlnls- - Fair So far ion7 Th which are being discussed. as we can see. be bellovcs In giving tratlon. front mayor to city engineer, the track of the Henderson Fair asso- Diplomatic every Interest along his road a fair Includlng parts of both boards of tho ciauon ior inree years, ana , vlco and deputy consuls, Interpreters. deal. council and tho school board, tuto spring and fall race meets here. etc. making a total of about 1,500, and u- Ho Is a public benefactor front that will be swept Into tho dustpan by mo nrsi ramuus It ih pmrpstcd determination of standpoint UNIVERSITYc LOUISIANA , .u- nn0-- 'lsl 10 oepwmuer He uses his power fairly. Jurtrn ParVnr's decision. Tho tcstl- to elevate the the itato department enixAsa way. a He Is a great man, and as good or mony and proof In tho contest, filed servlco In every possible ttio rnniitiltrnnii within 10 days after I subjects better than the ordinary citizen who working familiarity with the TmIm. IW -- ft I. .iFiu itunmnt. b Wl--1 la AtCW looks upon him as the pcrsonlflcatloa Louisville. Ky. Announcement was 4 W Sowk. l If OAnm. lb. wVe-with which ther will have to deal Is of tho money power. Booking whom thn -- lection In which Mayor Skaln re-- I n:nde of tho sale of a controlling In- Imlr thnt frwULfl. Mill wmmnm, inh.ii than COO nf ir..i mwtiv . demanded to a greater extent than It may devour. r.lorm. Icwt . t4 He la a strong maa votes over W. In tho National bank. HUM n lAtrmlf. ItI. Mltward. tho repub- - Merest Iiasscs lu First iiuascaaiuu ui wi . Till Cim r ARhiuctaf. An. Iaw,pctih , rvnr before. aUv .BataMlnr. In the financial world, but that should II I WHICH mi.-m nir XXntialry. nr.rahn lt lets. niraKT, b4 Eiwam'fcwi. It Is Uio purpose of the state depart not be sgntnst him, when tho finanwill be no pure It Savings bank of which La A 'M.fitatrtawitferWMia. Kentucky H. O. rlr- H AtWI. m mhen nut. K.l Mlo tnent to unify the work of the diplo cial world ts the object which most cc vers 15.000 typewritten pages and Embry I Title H:T KFTl there Swearlngen Is president. It crtrrn'al place In the Wfw Ocur lit rolrtftlcr i ywwi 11. matic and consular services in ine in of us want to reach. He ts a good ihe testimony ot 900 witnesses was wrr. Htatia. of the United understood tho deal will aggregate for t.l.kf - MUM, V.' tercet of greater efficiency. For many American and ho spends hi money taken. Tho case will be taken to tho moro !: i cannot be aald to bo new lnan W"." decided durlns Of years It has been a matter of regret More Than Two Minion Users on American railroads, not on foreign court of appeals and fc r l . (be declared Intention I that ao many na titles, race horses, old editions or ik- - Idll IVtUI W f th.l- IrUmnnl , .... I lllC f, , . tie resent administration, and rape-trc- ! to the trovenimeiitoccupy NO HONING NO STROPPING LOUlSVlllf.--. ly. jiicaciin; ,J 9 Ill luu nnnAnsubordinate tlvo foreigners th- - Hate department, that If he Is not pesorrowing hundreds of his friends, in as other bad habits. r Vacancies resulting s'a.I be no deviation from It. lx)i!tlnn In our consular service rfectand we don't think ho Is ho Is cluding many of the moSt prominent not bo mado to apply dctiutlps and clerks. This, however, do exception to the rulo and la worthy Ti In the baseball world, the mortal cry t3 he d'plomatlc service, but lo nan beon largely a .matter of Inade of the prnlso ot his fellow cltliens for From Resignation of 24 Officer. Will mo WORLD OVER f, KNOWN THE fjnsJ-i- r United quate compensation, but the policy tho good he does and has done. Be Filled by Election, Say. tfc of the , l;uIllam. cffliea -Ji lire 1"" S';.f j fntu the highest to tho lowest from" now on will bo to substitute . an in awaj" ior uiuir mini Wlllunn t ..l.ht havo ben iM.rlrnni for fnri'lcntTS wherever it la rears past there Laughter a Series of Barks. The good we do is an excellent anti tlfiil Cave- - Hill cemetery. roar c.nplatnta thnt the consular Is poulblo to do sq and consldornblo Laughing la barking, ear the sci nounced that the vacancies In the First dote for the III we think. gen-rprogress has already been niaao in entists. The neck and bond are Kentucky regiment resulting from tho irr o cf the t nlted States was, a Ixlnston. Ky. Charles H. Stall, For Headache Try Hick' Capudlnev tula 'direction, r shaking. InctTlclcnt and of of short resignation of 21 6lllcers would, bo back while within a comoaratlvelr abort time thrown are emitted a series throat filled by election. He stated, however, uncle of John G. Stoll, president of tho Whether from Colds. Heat Stomach or grade than that of many c. j from tho barks troubles, the nchea are speedily tho percentage ot Jorclgncra In our However musical tho barks may tx that he would appoint officers to com- - Lexington Waterworks Co., opened a SVrvoua by for j countries having representatCanudlne. If .relieved ta-looverts reduced to take Effects Immediately. 10, S ion In the I nlted States. Tho state conaular service ha been per the annual hew..the cent, thqy are barks. The laugh hogtn niandn.nn.nnlregiment until and Wo at Drug Stores. " Optrtnicnt officials themselves In from 46.1 per cent to 18.8 "Knllntt In IT t!l yuillllll m . " ... coutractw nnd a ,,.fliA,n,n.tia mmninv Americans In pt -nj years havo acknowledged .n.i ttin wrfentaca of Increaaed Xrora withthe sudden of violent and ab iui.iiiii.v.i - said he. I want the when . ho "submitted a proi06ltlon to encamprnentot lunacies Exception. the cheat , Uj. that servlco haa been while tho service has ,inu-I... .nt in h..lni. of opening to let Hut "You don't have to be enthusiastic Thcao percent domen. pass Instead supply the city with water. of late, It has not made the 5J.9 to 81.! per cent to succeed In some things," said th out ot tho lungs, tho vocal and. in due time, elect Its own officers, hnwnvpr. aDDlr onlr to clerk the air I rip 1 adranca that Is noticenbtrt In rjhtlosoDher: "I ODC hnnrrllne-houscords approach each other and hold lt Tt.1. .nnltitniAnls will Van frit- - ihtt ships paying f SOO a year or less, but back. Hut they aro. not strong enough . ti ifrv.co of some of our foreign 1UU1BT 111(7. 1VJ WH"MfJ MMV n.nUllnw thrt saw a man achieve a speed ot a mile Lou- t of weeding out xoreignera to tho work init c3sptltors, in th l.onP-na minute sliding down a mountain of per on the walls was left at the exorcise tmob opposition tor more L ' . In will continue as long as Americans of :, M rrrsvnt this government ha Laboratory and Man- u- side, without tho slightest effort oa . Is and the vu - Isville Dental iuw capacity can bo obtained than an Instant, promptly nlr, which As Uie iciiu.cm, vlsltjd his Dart and without having had any f ,hvo hfl.l ,r ti r r.irlpn 9S rnnsuls and con- tho requisite escapes. under pressure, " nected with tho resignations and oo 000 ambition to do lth a large number of to lII tho place. i i t l, It does so It makes the vocal cords rl able to choose Us own commanders." the place and secured more ban worth of booty. James Mitchell, co- lbrate producing the bark. Mothers' Day In England. Loulsvllle. Ky. Philip Ewald. prom- - orcd. a porter at tho concern, waa arThis obstruction and liberation ot Value Provincial England is smiling In a the air expelled from the lungs roprats Inent Iron worker, who died here sev- - tested charged with the men. superior may at America's belated dis prosent somo ominous facts, For In Itself again and again at Intervals af a rnl ilnvs nro. left an estato of moro celstance, reference Is made to dlvl dtvl quarter of n second. Tbero aro thus fhnn .nn nnft thn bulk of It belnir left Louisville. Ky. To prevent the ln- - covery that tho country ought to leeches, roso leaves, dragons' blood In a hearty laugh four barks a second, .ln. trust to his threo children. To each stallatlon. maintaining and operating ebrate mother's day. In the villages palladium, musk, birds, wild animals, and If continued, thoy go on at that ot his nine brothers nnd sisters $15,000 of party lines tho city or uouisuuo of Cornwall, Devonshire and Lan rec chlclo and cobras. rate aa long as tho nlr reserve in the Is loft and several bequests ot smaller filed suit for Injunction against tho cashire mothers' day has been a It generations. Tho vnlue of tho Imports of tho last lungs holds out The empty lungs nnmimii to certain chnrltable ente- r- Home Telephone Co. Under lis iran- - ognized Institution for Sunday. celebrated on mid-Ledeendo of dlvl dlvl, which is used for must then 111! themselves, and this In prl,eg. chlso lt Is not allowed to Install or is purposes, Is placed nt 185,000. terval Is marked by a quick gasp for tanning onerate nany lines, auu iuo omi. YOU NEVER KNOW YOUR LUCK. In the samo period tho valuo ot leech breath, after which tho barks are reIxlngton. Ky. To prevent nn ep- l- charges that this la being done. JIO.000; rose leaves newed. Tho barka occur In scries jtnmln nf tvnhnlil fVlr KOVITfll DUbllC I T.Y tar'ff mensgcrle," n terra used os brought In was I 120.000. and chicle, largely used In with gasps for broath at Intervals. lleauyviue. jy. in mo v i.uU..i humorists to n. 9h.liivvtlt hnvn heen closed Vi'hen laughter la violent, tho entlro by direction of "the authorities. This republican primary William Robluson a mhct'llaneous assortment ot tho manufacture of gum, $8,000,000. t . .. . ... ... r" .l a During tho year 1908 tho musk Im body participates. The upper part of rnlintv fill! 0 OOU- n-Import, thrrntena to bo an action foiiowca wio ropon oi rroi. . " lir: 'j portatlona exceeded $$0,000, whllu the the trunk bends and straightens Itself Garman state entomologist, after ho ty attorney. H. S. McGuIre: circuit the United 8tatcs cf ifaMntlcs and tho "funny men" Quantity of palladium, a raro metal alternately or sways to right and left '..,i.i wntnr .nni tn him from I clerk. O. W. Cann: county court clerk,ecf (ho icnatu and house In Wash-1st- " used In the manufacture ot natron' Tho feet stamp on the floor, whllo tho C. D. Lovelace; sheriff. Walker Jnmone of tho wolls. n omlcal Instruments nnd by dentists, hands aro pressed upon tho loins to The mnnsgcuicnt of tho son; jailer, samuei ij. ecu; uai--aumoderate tho painful spasm. whl h keeps an accuratq ac-- represented a value ot $700. Ky. Miners from Ml W. II. Seals; coroner, David Jiays Iiexlngton. t cf every artlclu Imported, v. Its Tains havo been taken to explain . ww ..w.. ol.tn pnns oi .au.u- nia.u 111. tnv linpn nnvf ta-z,Je and tho duty paid, Is jor- - that dragons' blood ts really not drag Interviewing the Professor. ... trwTh. anrtlnn sales .. n l..alrll.tlAtl In riBPIll . I. lU ....... ...... ..w.v iwi Knlvomtlir nnilnr tnj oy II1II1.I1I.0IV.. ..J. .. QnMr.lv nlnsp.--t ..,.' "So you don't think Mars would re li'cauio somu of tho articles ons' blood nt all, but n mero rinmo for .v.v.., ,. mo uurm i. .1 th- - nrnagerlo la V, list havo boen mado n deep reddish resinous substance ob ply, even If we did send signals!" p , vorwood. chief In- - hero. A total of 4.39 hogsheads have . tae la U of many JesU by tho average pr,co or : tained from a variety ot trees In th "I am almost convinced that there spectorot mines in Kentucky and dean been sold at an : ,cn who hoo tho humorous aldo orient, and used extensively as ai In would bo no response" nnswercil Prof. College ot Mining Knglneerlng. of tho cf thn th'ng 1 lu n statomcnt Issued gredlont In varnishes, stains (lid for Thtnktum, adjusting his glasses. She Yes, thoy nre engaged. "Then you don't bcllovo that Mars tho bureau mulntnlns that making etchings on copper and zinc. know she refused him twice, but the Kentucky Lum- - price at which tho 1"d5Pendcn,8n Ky.-- Tho Louisville, , Wfso ar'l Us. which hnvo a rucon Thu vnluo of tho Importations of this is Inhabited?" third time he proposed she accepted to meet hero traclea to ibko h. aim u.v-- "... shed va! ;t-- llltistrato tho scope ot tbu article during tho last docado "On tho contrnry, I think It ex imimun hnvo decided Is him. p- sued tor tho difference. tremoly probablo that llfo similar to during the State fnlr, Wednesday, Soaur.e,j uj ,h(J vnltcd Stntca and placed nt $G0.Q0O. Her Husband Served him right omers our own exists on tho sister planet and tnurl.ngton. t on "Hut you don't give those people Old omcers from every h a ceo d -co credit for Intelligence equal to ours! ." Every package of ilUIMIU VWM..., state will be on hand. "Yes. I am Inclined to credit them section of tho should rldo 90 miles on horseback In mous vote, decided not to indorse or . . v. . unlaau II WAH .. -days, Walk CO mile with oven grenter Intelligence than three consecutlvo iniuoo ..i. ..Ill- - If.. hf thn tuberlin DCCCIH lolav I1U that at leas 715 per cent Post Toasties There aro many Indica In tho samo length ot time, or rldo 100 wo display. read made tions that they have a civilization old tost a da ry cattle ts n necessity and ot all the tobacco raised In the whlto miles on a blcyclo In three consecu not only In Kentucky a little boo- kTho or er than ours, In which' case they nu! be mado tlvo days became effective. pooled before the pledge Contains n Ind ana as well w'as determined hurley belt Is should have too much souse to fool dor was Issued January 4 last, but the be considered binding or effec of health officials shall "Tid-Bit- s made with prosldent gave tho officers Severn! away their timo on auy such Imprac In.Joint conference tive. ot both states. mouths In which to prepare for the tical proposition." m... til. tests. President Taft has been naked ,.. ,IIHInir Tl h? Ttone HIirlnRS, ly. lias. iJiai. . ......... A SOUTAHY horseman rodo rupldly to rescind tho order, but ho has agreed The Way He Did It Pitcher tor the local ball team broke S manner, his predecessor that tho tests lie down the street a good many with peculiar couple of dozen recipes concorridors In theater iprral- his neck In a air after a high liner Jenkins Well, sir, I gave It to that a.r ed-- tlt '""'n in Washington the other day. would bo of benefit to the navy, loaned In the mi mau straight, I can tell you. Ho I m was n solitary horseman becaaso A largo number ot ensigns, llouten h.m. nnd hU twice as big as I am, too, but I told u to m o aUon of 'thi that was fell at tUo grouim caught the Of fascinating dishes, ncauior- ece.i to nu' particularly anxious to ants, lieutenant comrunndors, ball. He blm exactly what I thought ot lils ras Gaiety thoator, was pissed unanimous M csv one rldo with him. llo could talus nnd read admirals stutloncd la most nnd expired. cally conduct right to his face, and help in entertaining ly by the lower board or council. Iai an war, mnyhnp, und brave nnd nbodt Wastilugtw have bogus him all tho names In tho dic i ptr, s of th brlmy deep. bMt UU tho tests. Tho state, war and navj called Ky.-J- ohn C Shaffo, of .111 from tionary, and a lot of others as well. Louisville. Home folks or company. building Is tho usual starting point h'1' Wtt' SCarCely Ut Pran Chicago, owner of tho Chicago Htudds And didn't he try to hit TI" t Htary younger men nre ossuylng thi horseman wua a com- - Tho KuStl1 SSoVuieVoung Men's rdng len-'onel you, Jenkins? olllcvr In Uuclo Saui'ii hnrimbnck test but tha older . ...i....- - i.. ii.i nnd ho receives control of too touuviuu Pkgs. 10c and J5c u a.iimiui s -- ljr Possibly 1! Jenkins No, sir, he didn't And seem lo nrefor walking. Sr.. hUb arsnged. Herald from George A. Newman conrog am On Julv 1 ttlfk when ho tried to answer back, I just 1... Il.,t ts bard to tench an old sea dug ...la. Inn Z f national renutatiou will bo I nfd George A. Newman. Jr. Iho - At grocers. hung up the telephone receiver and i. l ltcosuvclt tbat these plflcer tricks, stderatlou is not elven. heard. walked nway. Harlan Mentioned for High Bench by Mr, Edward II. Harrlmnn la on .a Ordinarily there trip to Europe. would noed bo nothing added to thli announcement beyond an exhortation to Emperor William to chain down his to railroad and to other monarch put their crown and other valuablo In the sato at night Hut Mr. Harrl' man Is going oft on a pleasure trip, nd ao many mean things havo been said about him tbat It will not hurt any to cbango the tune a moraest while he Is out ot the country and not nble to tako sny advantage ot the lapse from tho cold attitude or severity that Is usually used In mentioning tho nam of Harrlman. Of all the great railroad men de veloped In this generation, E. It. Har- Gov. Wlllson Grants a Pardon, John Magann, former marshal ot Central City, Indicted for tho willful Secretary of Agriculture Officially No- - murder ot J. V. Wood, the labor lead line. Gov. Wlllson that Kentucky cr nn" ror lno muraCr 01 Jonn wooi. Will Da Quarantined to Prevent ib u iri-- iiiiiii, uur. tviiisuu iiuvihk pardoned the Indictments. The kill 8pread of "Scabies." ing occurred at Centrul City several years ago. Products Food. Ukby'm Kentucky . VfM u 1 Intr-r.tnt- cart-ful- ly 1 t mi-I- uu Si u-1- one-hors- e t prob-offlc- w j Sinecures to Be Abolished nmu-gene- ral " TULANB n alm . c '- T 11 C-- 1 r1 tf-n- v it-i- i. cr n..-w- lm-tr-- ti nF .,n "- IJ(juld-pIea-- ant . Ti 1 tJ ,..,.,. If of "Tariff Menagerie" Imports -- al 'e """ bu-r'-- i, I I Wl-l-l- ; oi-i- con-ire- re-- JSS Ky.-Far- Sea Dogs Are Learning New Tricks 'VnrVonvo .- 2Z I n .TwK-w- Toasties' A f A gatei, 1 Ivllle. . - J 1 ni T Jt, irnl ECU LEADER : S0RTS-1' M MAN SUES. TLX. ALL Let Us Fill Your.... ...Prescription Wlicn n man says, let mc fix your watch or let me paint your house, you've got to believe him capable of doing a good job before you have him do it. That's reasonable. When we ask you to let us put up your prescriptions it is natural that you should be told how capable we arc of doing it. How that every prescription wr handle is filled to the letter. How that even in rH:nt used is checked for safety. How we test every article in our store before placing it in stock and that none but a thoroughly qualified pharmacist is allowed to handle your prescription in any way. We have established our nbility to fill your prescriptions surely in having been located here for years and filling more and more every year. Let us fill yours. ..,ii),....i"M'-"I"I,iM""Mi-- t""t"M"l'M"l 'I' atone and wlf hi nro visiting in Milan. Tftin. (leorge Orpenter tint tills WNk. Mrs. U on tho nick ' ' Jrrry the guest Mnkn-- . of Union Oily. f Mm Kftte WlttW. Klvla Hale left Tuesday for Pembroke. Ky.. nftor n few day ylH In ( Uu- - city. Krletl Chkken In only otto tj? the many good tblnsja orrved nt tly Qrn '.' ifiit Cafe. i . Mis LUrle Corwrn ha from a vMt to libit Joint in the roUMtry. returned Sounder. IJst your real estate with tho Courier. If we don't nail It, It doesn't cost you n cent, A S. HnrkMt, Iihh noine heart In Waftt lUikniHw. eJHoKlo fuj; Sale. While the editor of the I'lllton nd r H being Bttitl for ii. h luriiliig the same mm on an Tuesday he filed milt i.ili-fellow in the K.ilentl ('otiri nt I'mlticnh llrocknian n wenlthv nKxliiKl rnrmer of near Heelertoii. for Mttniim of $6.(Hfi. nllefilng thai the defendant awmiiUeil. nbnxeil, liuinlllntl.liinulti-- l nwl tlireatHticd Ills lire by shouting, while nt n plenlo at lleelerton last SKtiinlny nflHriKHin. Auwist 7. In hta petition. Kiwtnnn alb Res that while ntteudlng n plculr tlven of the World at by theWoodHWH lleelerloH Rutltntny. In the preseiiee moiw if several hundred n whiii of huxe site. mn iiilt- -l bhjt provoraMoii what him ever. ctlrMHK llltH ami threatening to take hie life; that he. Ilroekmnii. rnaUfHUxl thta aeeault until byntaiiit ore era Interfered awl even then he wwtld take the life of Kreeman tlllHKH the plaintiff prny Pur the the court to award hlin the tnii of 1,. r .ller KENTUCKY Delivered anywhere in cily nt lltr? UrcH-k-ma- wltht $3.75 IP o X Tor 0.0. Koike o RITES OF MASONRY. I'rlees the loweot. Mimes Eunice MwIhrw hhiI (tjftdys ItoMiinou. of Fulton. are the guwts of Mm. 3 I.. Dodds. - These prices are mtule for the month of Augu.i only; and you will save big money by laymg , your supply of coal NOW. See the ad In thkl huo of the lllckmnn lee & Coal Co., Riving aura-ino- r prices on coal. y Mrs. F. S. Moore returned'Wed-nesda- y from a visit to relatives in Villa Rtdgc, Ills. . ifoncernlng mueti mlMindenttamllHg thta order that w Mmll name the d sree of the two prwIemliWHt rltee In Ute United States. lle York and SoottMi. The denrWa re Uihs mm-i- Mamry. the MtMlMr ut degr-,- ., There u what limy are ohHiI. are always nuking nbout V. P. Some iople here with the eipreeeloti but here nre six of A His ii down east MONTGOMERY 1 Notice e SIX OF A KIND. a sxl ttembered: VOItIC HITH. ii HELM & ELLISON. Change in Firm. A cBange was made in the firm of Millet & Naylor this week. Mr. Millet purchased the half interest of his partner, Mr. Naylor, and then sold it to Gus Alexander, formerly of this city, but now at Roanoke, Va. Mr. Alexander will arrive here next month and take an active interest in the new firm, which will be known as Millet & Alexander. They will continue to carry the same lines of goods as heretofore principally gents furnishings, tailor-mad- e clothing, shoes, hats, etc. Mr. Naylor, proprietor of Nay-Ior- 's Book and Novelty Store, will devote his time to the management of his book store. o Trouble Brewing at Reelfoot. Reports have reached Hickman that trouble is again brewing at the Lake. A man from the lake tells Some of the report as follows: time Friday night a notice was posted on the door of the fish docks at Samburg, which notified Messrs. W. A. Pleasant and C. M. Downing, who have made preparations at this place to handle Reelfoot lake fish, not to enter business, and also notified the fisherman not to sell any fish to either of the above gentlemen, or to Mr. Burdick at Union City. The notice was signea "Night Riders" and stated that all the night riders were cot in jail, nor had ever been, saying they had stopped the selling of fish to these gentlemen and did not intend to let it begin again. At present the fish are bought at the lake by Ira Ruble, who hauls them to Union City and sells them to J. C. Burdick., Ruble was not notified to quit and says he will continue until notified to quit selling to Burdick. o Southern Express agont mid uu accommodating man, has boeu on tho nick list this week lturvoy Kfflugvr has boen looking after the office In his ubseuco. R. M. Islur, lon't forget the CrescattU, Cole Iiltfe I.odg. when you are hungry. H lirfiiitng Knteretl Apiireatlee. ik'W and Keltow .MasOM. Frank Wehman, of St. Louts', but IlHiynl Arch Chapter. formerly of this place, wasrhere Mark Munter. Monday on business. IHist Master. FED Moet HxeelwMi Master. Ilest Heart Shingle At A. S, liar Itoyal A rehef . krtt's In West Hickman. Tho price Cownefl are the lowest In town. Itoyal Matterr Line About Ready. Mm. Wright l'bebes and diUHrrn Heleet Master. S. D. Luten, who will inaugurate SnrHxeeHent Mntr. of Union City, have been thb'gueeu CoHUMAmtsry. the first and only auto line in Fulof C. II. Moore and family. Ked Cdh. ton county, has about completed all Knight TemjttAr. Sirs. Kale I.uten and chllifrmimv arrangements for this service. returned to 1uIUhi after a VfeU Ifl h r KnlKht of Malta. As stated some weeks ago in this mother, Mrs. Maggie Handle. ; JCOTTIBIl ItlTIi paper, the line will be in operation lHae IhIr. MIm Ihtdo Ilrusr returned between Hickman, Cayce and Ful- day morning from an Oxtandedj vtsit 1. Km t rod AnereatrS. 1. ItWHow Craft. ton, and will go over State Line tu friends near Howllag Green Ky 3. Maaier Maon. road. Mr. Luten was to have purIxlge of lwfetteu. Mrs. T. A. Iodford and children 4. Sieeret MasUtr. chased a new Bulck Touring car, are spending a few days this .week 5. I'erfect Maeter. but the factory would not promise to with Mrs. Lamb Shaw and family a C. CoufMeitUal Secretary. deliver it to him before some time in State Line. 7. I'rovost awl Judge. 8. Intundent or the Ilulldtng. September, and he purchased a five Mrs. Bowers, who has bterrtvitit 0. tilu of the .Vine. passenger car, almost new, from Ed iug her daughter, Mrs. Joe Amberg, 10. Hlu of the Fifteen. Webb, at Fulton. He made his first is visiting relatives in Nashville for 11. Klu of the Twelve. 12 Master ArchlteaC trip between these points yesterday a few weeks. 13. Itoyal Arch of Solowon. 14. I'orfect Kin. merely to learn the machine, etc., Miss Ethel Naylor left today, in Itoe Croix Chapter. and expects to make regular trips company with Dr. Lon Naylor and IS. KnlKht of the Hnt. beginning Mcnday. The schedule 1C. I'rlnce of Jerusalem. has been thus far arranged to make wife, of Cayce, for Niagara Falls to 17. Knight of the HRtt ami West. Knight of Hose Croix. connection with trains at Fulton.' spend several days. Council of Kadok. Save from $1.00 to $1.50 a thou The car will leave Fulton each 1. I'onUff. morning at 8 :40 and in the afternoon and on your shingle bill by buying dl !0. Master of the SymWoNe I.(xli;e. ;i. iHH;nu at 3:30 making two round trips rect from our mill. Yates 4 Kirk 33. rioncnue or Itoyal Axe. Knight of the Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. 33. Chtuf or TntKtrnaele. daily. It will take about an hour C. Moxley and wife, of Tyler, 31. l'rinoe of Tabernacle and a half to make the trip from one 36. Urn sen Serxnt. town to another, the distance being Mo., and Mrs Jno. Briggance, of 26. I'rluoe of Mercy. Commander about 21 miles. We have not learn- Puxico, Mo., arrived in Hickman 37. Knight of the Sun. of the Temple. 38. Knight this mornjng to visit friends. They 39. Knight of SL Andrew. ed the time appointed to leave Hick30 Knltflit Kadosh. man, out the official schedule will be formerly lived near this city. Consistory. announced later. Rodney Creed, of this city, was 31. Inspector Inquisitor. This line will be a great conven- arrested Monday by officer Jno. 33. Master of the Itoyal Seoret. ience to those desiring to go to eith- Wright, and fined S66.50 in Judge All Masons In Hlekman nro nfflllnt er of the three towns mentioned, and Roney's court on charge of violat- ed with the York Kite, and repreeent should receive the support and en- ing local option law. He paid his all decrees from Hntered Apprentlee to the Knight of Malta K. C. Johncouragement of the citizens of each fine. son, being the only one who has takplace. It will also be a convenience Aftor AuguBt 3t I will discontinue en the 13 degrees, while tlrere are to those living along the line who my services with the .Metropolitan about 70 Master Musons and IS Itoyal desire to make a "flying trip" to Life Insurance Co,, uud will he with Arch Masons. Unfortunately, Masonic 1xlge had her rnnka Hickman, Cayce or Fulton, or need the St. LouIh Furniture Co. 1 sollolt the patronage of my policyholders ho thlned out during the yellow fever express service. epidemic that they were forced to and frlsnds. W. B. ALLBN. We predict that this business will dlslwiid, hut were a few John Chapman, unV employee un years ago and Is be a success fro.n the start. Not how In a healthy only will it receive the regular busi- loading the burseu for the AIuiikoI condition uud Us membership rapidly llox Co., got his foot badly cniud Increasing. ness, but many will take pleasure Tuesduy morning by u log rolling on O trips on Fulton county's novel "rail- him. Medloul aid was had at onoo "Cherry Hod" will Imj on the fir road." ami he will be laid up for u whllo. ing line In the xuine Friday afternoon o A pistol duel ut Klut Lick. Knox between Illrkiimii und Cayce It Is H. H. Green is visiting friends county, which was the culmination worth the price to see this HuU and relatives in Nashville, Franklin, of a bitter ruae for School Truituo, Waddell, .Ir . pitch nine Innings of resultttd iii the killing of Suuiik I Kur- - ball (lo out mid exercise yourjiliigs, Shelby ville, Tenn , and other points ly and the wounding of William liar- V large crowd Is coining from Cayce near Nashville. Mo, Wlllluin Smith and John lleusou. The elictlou wus brokfii up. CrHrt-Maeier ure very familiar The follo "two of it kind ll. Art. 7 o: t a Wind which was m. thought he aw It In words si. In front of nn advan erese ike track TheCitv Ing loeemotlve. The ewrvlee at II Hickman d . were very imprewilve, Tbnt nc rrA darkey In ('eorglu tamitered wti a Meant boiler. They ftotiml 11 i sheep or st . larget pteee of him Ih the next tow . tutfered or p't . , - al tj , r t . hip. A net Umi bru by a hmm who ale dtweii oysters. The Ulmwlngs on h eofftu eoH tr M. A IllekHan inan warned' hta wl cloOiee (K hie second wife rsmnrke My welL tt thereat, to t y . . wus won In Nfcw Ilnwpnlil I , , ( limits of the r ami U any ruminK at l shall be the!.' sf sM city same, and u. . . w ' i.t -, 'r ed Uty cci live eeAU . tit which srn ' . v u- t T - head, an l t the tune InformaUon m in Ms whweali to. pound to t. A MhnwMrt wan tkowght he ool thereof ha.. ; . hamlle u rattle snake the m U eharRcs lor lly reaioH of Ute mm sa(d smke eharuw. stock, : dt ttiiwr demsHdlog hie pay la ml stock to tai.i On snotion .." days. strootod to n O ter Aug. lj. NEWS FROM STATE LINE. Attest , 1 1 ( stork, exrr;' ihall be ' i v j; m t r i -- v day. V. NOTlCt 'i UGT R3 J. Maddcuc wna la Uaeett , ll Wednwhlay. res at Mu Xwh. L. Maddox Urn his reeeut lltuees. Ut. V. C. Msddx In fm a trrji to MewpMa. Mrs. Cfcae. Heaell wm In City NnlMrday ehopplNg. ll Is reported that "wssIiIIhk bellv will be hwinl near here soon. Mmmm Ktgle Clark and Utiyxea have returned from a vMl ha OaktaH Ky. Mrs, Isaues, of Union QHy. speMt several duya with her ststar. Mm. 0 lt Shaw. II. H. CurMn was here Sunday. Cee. 1 laird le refrted to he seuiM better this wek. O. II. Kerlln, of JordaH, ww here last Saturday enroele to ArkMtfma oti u hanUns; trip. T. A. I'rather and family to leave Saturday, for n vhrtt to .Vof folk und lth huwnd. Va. Mr. Itoaeh, of Kenton, returned home All nari'-O- f Dove Wi a of fr OsM II eefor Mm Ofcrritt t HAPPCNINoS MbM Rth.l IMS ok. AT CAY- C- lM Moots; Ut. Ctani wao here K"'' Won a Mro. tied I'tmi M-- WIMlo ttoa I'o" rui'-I- L J-- lo V. ii loaoa of fli Mm. Ca Illek-iimn- 's eieet VM Sth! Mtoo Maiet ' aaa4oy anei .. Tuesday ufter several duyw - H Is Your Kitchen Plumbinjr Modern? Have you evrr considered the hit that all your food is prepared In the ku hen and that the mcnil in whk h it ii prepared i depend on the unitary equipment of the kitchen for their tlcanlinMi? ThU fact alone theukl warrant the inttallation of a thoroughly sanitary kitchen link. Let ut examine the plumbing In your kitchen and if it is defective, tell you the com of putting in a ".StamlatsT Porcelain Enameled Sink the most sanitary fixture made. II. 1'' Siherffluu, chltif Iuspootor of tho State l'otxl Uopartiutiut, mid 0. 1). Iluckmr, statu chemist, were In tho nty Tust'day, luspyctlug food pro ducts uud looking Into tho sanitary condition of slaughter houses, muut luurkuis, dulrlos anil other plucou whoro foods ure bundled. COME AND COOL OFF! Wo hiivo sodu for tho crowd, uh big n crowd as wants to tome. The crowds that come now keep us pretty busy renewing our supply, but weans absolutely froeh Sodu,, I'resh Syrup always as they should be Then to lnnko It extra fine we serve It inplenty of soda, plenty of flavor, plenty of Ice uud plenty of creum Stop and trv a glass. Tho Cairo Cltlzuu, speaking of tho Three States striking u dry Keutucky snag ut lllokinau lust Saturday, uddu: "It Is reported that tlitro Is Uttlo troublo In securing planty of for-iiuii- erod the f"r ' night and members oamp at th pork ami ni"'-- : wore strveil Every maaab' r time. O Percy Jon . Mrs. Charlie Curlln is visiting to Cairo. Tu? friends in Cairo this week. Dr. Charlie Curlin and son will join her Saturday and they will then visit relatives in St. Louis for a week. HIDES' his sou. Chits. II. IttMOM. Mrs. W. C. llurrus liaa from Union City where she wim the guest of Mr. J. 1). Motm. X. It. liistee uud wife, of Margin, spent I'rWuy and Saturday here wllh Swan llurrus und futully. Mrs. A. K. McCounell and little daughter were h.tro Tuesday eurouto to their home from Uuweou H prion. W. V. Uuulflsld ulid wife, who Iwve been to Daweou SprlutM, left here Monday fur their home in dlojtar. Miss. reaUteea. V and Duraltiy ant rattirtHtd loare for Nt Ul Htotcawn ' A A wf . COTTON & ADAMS or siiuvlul brew In Ulckmun If ii fellow knows the ropes, but thuro seems to be u decldixl opposition to having upvulu! temptation cxtouded thoro eveu to the colored population by tholr own race." Wu don't know llrothor KUhor, It U getting mighty L. D. Perry will open another in the Kirk building next week. The building is being floored and remodeled this week and gotten in shape for the new business. V&Tr, rralhrrs.T Uoldtn RefMtnre. w ' s- -f restaurant !'' J WfllelOl" ..I kanlulM rtzit? - I W1 tiV Helm Ellison. dry of lato. Nic Holcorabe and Will Hubbard, of Fort Worlh, Texas, sp:nt Wed nesday and Thursday at Reelfoct. Ko M. Baun."-.. .1.11 " P, .cnNS, : LV " v It J r VV8 (BIG FINAL CLEARING OF MENS, LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDRENS SHOES AND OXFORDS-ME- NS AND BOYS PANTS rv BIESIVS Our Stock of Spring and Summer Footwear and Mens Furnishings must FURNISHINGS 8 be closed out immediatelysummer's flying. The selling time of our present stock is short and price is not the consideration. 1 THESE GOODS MIST BE SOLD ccoo KvTro onH I i I K Children, at prices that uo one that needs these goods can afford to turn his back upon. confront you eyery day. An opportunity that does not I i iirnr flnc a rrm nr tup nninr iiiniinruriiTA ...nunc inr i rcn ur i nc rnioc muuucmcn i o... Ladies "Red Cross" Shoes Special Hat Bargains Mens 3.00 Hats, at Mens 2.50 Hats, at. Mens 2.00 Hats, at. Mens .50 Hats, at. 1 I Your choice of any Packard or Walkover, 3.50 and 4.00 Oxfords in the store Special worth 3.50 and 4.00, at $2.60 patents and vicies Ladies Shoes, worth 3.00 and 3.50, at $2.60 Patents, Tans and Vicies .1.50 .1.25 1.00 75c drive in Boys Knee Pants at . 1.50 Pants, 1.25 1 1.00 75c Pants, at .00 Pants, at 75c Pants, at 50c Pants, at 60c 50c 35c i I Your choice of any Ladies "Red Cross" 3.00 or 3.50 Oxfords, at "Wilson Brothers" 1.00 Shirts, odds and ends, at $1.75 50c Each. A pair. Ladies $2.00 and 2.50 shoes odds and ends $1.50 Mens Pin Check Pants Belt Straps, Side Buckles, worth .00, at 1 i I ft $2.50 Patents, Tans and Vicies Ladies 2.50 and 3.00 Oxfords and Tailor Ties, at only Your choice of any $4.50, $5.00 and $6.00 mens pants, at a pair 75c A Pair. Mens Cotton Pants, Pin Checks, New Yorks Camlets, worth 50c, to close A pair. Misses 1.75 Ankle Strap $3.00 Your choice of any $2.00 and $ 2.50 mens all woolen mills pants $1.50 $1.85 Per Pair. Ladies Black and Tan Oxfords, worth 1.50 and 2.00, at pumps, tan and patent, sizes 12 to 2, at $1.15 35c A Pair. Cut price on all Summer i 1 I i III 1L $1.00 Per Pair. .50 Ankle Strap pumps, tan and patent, sizes 8 2 to II, at Misses 1 1 -- Your choice of any $1.50 and $1 .75 mens pants Underwear 35c Quality, at 50c Quality, at . . . $1.00 . 20c I " $1-0- 0 I I 'I' Apair .. , 35c I g I T 'I THESE PRICES WILL LAST ONLY A FEW DAYS, THEREFORE THE EARLY BUYER WILL GET the best selection, your money refunded if your purcase is not satisfactory. BRADLEY & PARHAM. I I wish to have your prescriptions jtuea utcK iy ana Accurately taice them to If you SOME COURT NEWS. Real Estate: Cowgill's Drug Store where you may get your Drug wants at any hour Our $uj5t Reporter Tho big show $ip: BAY OR NIGHT Cowgill's Drag Store (Incorporated) CONCRETE BARGES. FOUND Ic this office. Mrs. Maud Salmon was on the sick list last week. Friday night. Bicycle lamp. Call at Fall and Winter 1009-1- 0 will be known as a green and gray season In men's wear, but until you've seen the beautiful woolen samples from Joo UrowdiT to Salllo T. Ilrowdnr, lot lu Fulton, 158. It. L. Ventch to Joss Caution, kind near Crutchflnld, $2000. L. A. Scay to II. J. IxKko, houso nnd lot near Fulton, 11400. C. Q. Schlonker to n. T. Davis land near llluo Pond, $1500. I. V. Hurko to It. A. Tyler, land $2000. It. M. MolliPiiy to F. W. Wchinan, lot In Went Hickman, $100. Hickman Furnitnm n. Funeral Dircclor, And Embftlmersw Hickman, . Ken( Ed. V. Price & Co., compartments. Miss Virginia Prather left Tuesday for Mayflold to visit .Mrs. II. G. Hob A concrete bargo, Uiu first of Its bins. kind over constructed, was success FOR SALK: Thirty head of nlco fully launched by O. A. Whitehead breeding owes Ic per pound. L. C Company, at Owcusboro, Friday after- - Maddox. lldh noun. TIiu barge la CO feet in length FOR SALE: A good milk cow and 1G feet In width. It draws about reasonable price. See Joe L 12 Inches of water. An expert from at a Amberg. Chicago said that tho government U waiting tho result of Uie experiment Eat Jones' Home-Ma- de boforo constructing a largo number made of docks. Tho barge was designed Bread and Ice Cream by Mr. Whitehead and has airtight fresh daily. 8-- our Chicago Merchant Tailors, you'll have no conception of tho variety of shades and patterns that can be designed in these colors. A suit or overcoat made just as you want It, from your choice of fabric, at Jess than regular tailor's prices, ought to interest you. Fniioa N.. 590 a QUICKLY. J. A. CoIIIiir to J. Kelly Wood nnd , W., ,.r It. M. Chownlng, lot In Pnschall's Den', Hay. Wk Addition to Fullon. $1600. Hickman lllustratton. COME8 NeTilty Sick 0. V. Eicltirtt LkiI Rrprstratitift ei rUCE A C0MPANT, Mtrtkul TsiUrs. Oictf O SECURE AN EDUCATION B. Herring and wlfo left for Un ion City, Tuesday, after n visit with Hickman relatives. J. CftALTZER & DODDS A G. CO. Tho Stato Normal School at Bowl Will Hubbard nnd wife, of Toxns, ing Urceu, Ky., offers an excellent op were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fopo portunity to young people desiring an Herring this week. See our line of Fall and Winter Cypress Shingles fl.00 a thousand education. Tho Kail Session opons Ed Williams and Dick Mayers, at samples tho largest lino wo havo Yates A. Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman September 7, 1903. Write for InforKy. the home of B. F. Mayer&, in East over had. Schmidt, the Tailor. mation. O Hickman, have typhoid fever. At Wicklffto, Monday, Judgo Ilugg ' Tho progrosslro firm of llradley & BEANS DIDN'T COME UP. is plenty of favorable com decided In favor of tho City of Colum Parham hns a page nd In this Usuo There A unique damage suit was filed In ment on our now serial story "Tho bus tho Injunction suit of E. W. Avcy of tho Courlor. 11 will pay you who the office of the Circuit Clerk this Brass Bowl." Aro you reading ltT who was seeking to prevent tho city are Interested In this lino ot goods to week. Look It up in this paper and read council from building n concreto walk read It closely. It will moan a groat In front of his business property, or saving to those who buy at this time, According to tho petition filed, F. It. forcing him to build same. as prices are being stashed. M. Foy purchased some of Rev. Waters and wife are home L. W. Burton, of Fulton, In January, from a two week's vacation. There 1909. Petition alleges that Uurton guaranteed the beans to have been will be services at the Methodist KENTUCKY. grown In VMS. Foy also alleges Church Sunday morning and evening that tho beans did not coine np, and at the usual hours. TEXT BOOKS ADOPTED, AND STATE CONTRACT claims tho beans were grown preDr. J. M. Hubbard's pretty llttlo vious to the year 190S. lie bought gasollno launch was sunk Friday RETAIL AND EXCHANGE PRICES. 22 bushels and prays for $65 damages. night by tho Pacific No. 2. Tho II. T. Smith, of Fulton, Is attorney Itftall Klfh.nit. large tow boat backed Into tho launch for plaintiff. her wheel tearing tho cabin off the Tho Modern Pronouncing Spellers. ;.t. Cc 12c small boat and sinking her. Capt. The Practical Primer fK5 10c .i NEWS FROM STATE LINE. Cc ISo Guy Mallory, of tho Pacific, was here New McGuffey First Header McGutfoy 10c :0o Sunday and raised tho launch and New McGuffey Second Header Gordon IUce Is on the sick list. New Third Ileador 27c 13c r adjusted the damages sustained. Now McGuffay Fourth Header 35c I7c Protracted meetings aro In progress Fifth ?, 45c 22c The "wash woman" problem Is New 'McGuffey PrimaryHeader all about us. Hay 'a Modern 13c Cc Arithmetic L. C. Maddox has recovered from a getting sorlous In this city. Any Hay's Modern Intellectual Arithmetic..". 20c 10c number of people are complaining Hay's Modern Elementary Arithmetic 120 25a six weeks' Illness. 40c 20c about not being able to get washing Hay's Modern Practical Arithmetic Dr. D. C. JIaddox has returned from Primary Geography 40c 20c done, although there aro hundreds of Natural Complete Geography a business trip to Memphis. 40c S0c negro women here who have no other NaturalIn English Part 1, II, III, combined Steps 17c 35c George Heard Is very HI of dropsy. means of support. Some negroes In Harvey's New Language Lessons 25c 12c Ho Is no better, we aro sorry to state. this berg aro taking a llttlo top much Harvey's Now English Grammar 40c 20c C5c 32c Rev. Ilakor, of Jackson, Tcnn., Is rope here of lata and ought to havo Maxwell and Smith's Writing In English 30c 15c Willis' Essentials ot Health a touch of "high life." f.Oc 30c Willis' Elementary Physiology Ilermon. lit. 20c 40c When you hear a man sneering at Eclectic Primary History, u. S 70c 35c New Elcctlc History. U. S Miss Kstclla Millard, of West Point the local paper becausoit Is not big, Klnkead's History of Kentucky C5c 32c cheap and nowsy as the city papers, Petcrman's Civil Government 23a 45c Maddox Sunday. Cc Writing Books, each ... you can safely bet ho docs not Tho s aro tho Kontucky recently adopted, and Stato Herein W. B. McQhee and son, Errol, of squander any of his wealth In assistRush Creek, were In this vicinity on ing to make it better and that gen- Contract rotall and exchange price. Said books are to bo used uniform ly and exclusively In all tho commonschools of this Commonwealth for a business Friday. erally the paper has done more for period of flvo years from and after this data. Seo School Law. Chapter J G. CHAUDE, Miss Ada Cositcro, of Union City, him than ho has for It. Tho man VII. Supt. of Public Instruction. Frankfort, July 15, 1909. spent several days last week with who can not see tho benefits arising No books bavo been changed except tho Primer, thu language Books, Miss Lillian Maddox. from a local newspaper is about as the Writing Books and tho Physiologies. Tho teachers ot the county DOHA M. SMITH, Mrs. J. It. Brown and daughter, much valuo to a town as a delinquent are asked to seo that tho now books aro used. County Supt. Annie Lee, of Hickman, visited Mrs. taxlst. . Arthur Shaw last week. The 'protracted meeting will begin M U.W.W MVk M ...J . .... members are hoping to have a great revival. Misses Marino Brown, Bertlo May IUce and Mary Lunsford and Bos-coLunsford, of Hickman, were the guests of W. B. Clark and wife one Kentucky people Believing evening last week. organization will It Is reported that there Is a move on foot to organlzo a W. 0. W. Lodge at State Line. Dr. D. C. Maddox has been appointed as medical examiner for the applicants. J. P. Mabbox attended the wedding of a friend In Martin Aug. 4th. The farmers have finished thresh ing wheat and sent their grain to tho olovators awaiting higher prices. soy-beaText-Hook1 -- Waiting Is dlicourK.rir Marriage License: I'rompt action Jno. Wosley Jones, ngo23, and Miss ,uua'' A burden on ih.. l,Jtv i. . . Florence Cross, Agc21, married July weight. 7 30. They aro both residents of this Hard to bear day afr dr county. Harder still y.ar aft.. r ,rar Ilrndy Jones, ag22, nnd Miss Bella weight, JJftlng Lucy, ago 21. Thoy worn married at Hrlngs appreciating r.;J,m, 2 a. m. July 30th, by Her. Turklng Hickman peopto t, ef It ton. Toll how It can b. dun? W. W. Jackson, ago 28, nn omployo Toll of relief that. r.aU MJ on tho Steamer Mengel Box Co. Hero la a caiio of it nnd Mlsa Arllo Norton, ngo 20, of John Folho. Troy v9j ,I1(k Grand Tower, Ills., wore married on Ky says: . "; i ftui ,r.llP the boat Aug. Mil, by Judgu W. A tho great benefit 1 have derMf, Naylor. Mr. Jarkson gavo his homo the use of Doan-- Kidncr as Iranklln, Tcnn. This Is tho first Is a pleasure for nic to IHu w4 marriage that over occurred on a oramond them. I .uff TKi ttva boat In (his city. symptoms of kldmy cocr.UiM most annoying being a Uti I tried all tho rem-- l a I rould iki.v Equity: of, but found no rvlitf HnaiitK,, hd Thomas vs. Theo. Twlgg. Suit obo advised mo to itr Uaa s Kjsmi on note. uu i procured a U t HJa Mabel Jarkson vs. Sam Jackson. & Wilson's drug tor. , Suit for dlrorce. prised at tho results of their ex In a short Ume I was crtd. I hot- other suffurers will he Warmth t. Ordinary: my testimonial." Q. IL Allen vs. 8. I). Clark. Suit For sola by all dealers. rlc u on note. cents. Mrs. Ella Anderson vs. Western n Co, buffalo. N, union Telegraph Co. A brother of York, solo agents for the lnherf Mrs. Anderson died In Mexico. Mo., Slate. July 11th, and hor slstor telegraphed Remember the name Doit's uj her Immediately of his death. Mrs. take no other. Anderson In her petition says the ' messogo was never dcllrcrvd. pi,,, 1 s Fosler-Mllbur- O A CERTIFICATE CITY TAXES MUST BE PAID, All persons who havo not paid their city taxes aro requested to pay tamo nt once. tho penalty goo on September 1st. You will find mo nt my. offlco at Hickman Purnlturu Co., storo. TOM DILLON. Jr. City Tax Collector. Under the law thu has the power to Us- :'.rn - Nofmil f KLEMEXT A Splendid Show. Emmerson's Floating Palace show ed in this city Friday night to about J00 people. It was one of the beit shows ever given here, and Is certainly as good as there is on the river today. The blowing up of the battleship Maine and scenic effects were as fine as will be found any where. i'his show will probably play a return engagement here in a few weeks, and will give its patrons their money's worth. AHY CKHTIFK'ATK tt ISTERMt DIATK CEHTIFU'ATl ifij tt UTl OKIiriFICATK. whlth ciUUctUtoM anywh' r ia Kci'.uck; trs to for two year, four jia t, ac4 lor Ills respectively wllhout f--r Lrr ciuiw Uoa. Information ai tj tb- - imwitl of work rvquirrd for mh cerunc!t will be furnished wh'U J s.rrj. Aidress II. II. Cherry I'r.slJiE' Normal, Howling (mm, K; Writ-ur- - CHRISTIAN CHURCH SERVICES. Pastor, M. I.. Ulaney Preaching 11 a m. asd lllblo School S p. m. 10 a. ru , II McUullla. Suporlntendonl. Special song ertic 9 43 a. leader, Miss Victoria Itamlurut chestra uccompanluii'iit Everybody wvlcomc to all Vices. Tho lllblo School Invites you. O aOr lit ut-- o Special Delivery Stamps. It is seldom that the postofHce de partment is compelled to rrtreat from'a position of advanced ideas, but a recent order from the post. master general of the discontinuance of the manufacture and issuance to postmasters of special delivery stamps of the design approved No vember JO, 1908, is an acknowledge ment of error. The late special delivery stamp, evidently an attempt at the artistic, owing to lis small size and green color greatly resembled the one-cestamp now In use. The failure of postoffice and railway mail clerks to recognize as special delivery a letter with one of these stamps at tached, very frequently caused fail- ure to place the letter on top of the letter package, as required by regulations, and resulted in numerous omplalnts to the department. So the department has returned to the blue bicycle design, which is very distinct ftom the stamps used for payment of postage. nt Wright Makes Orville Wright has Good. on the bonus for $25,000 for i that the be interested in the of of the Citizens flying machine that wouU carry passenger AO miles an hour He flight and retornei made a miles an hour, (tttisf at a rate of 42 an extra SS.000 for the aided ipetJ. Lieut. Foulois wai the passenger transported. The aeroplane's practicability has been established beyond further dispute, and Secretarr of War Wright says it will be oolf a few years until flying machines will be as much In use as automobiles are now. ten-mil- e o Bill Becomes Law. and National Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, sinell and completely derange tlie whole system when entering It through the mu coue surface. Such article! should never from re be uited except on prescription putable physicians, a the damage they will good you can possibly d to the do U derive from ttiem. Hall's Catarrh Cure, Manufactured by K, J. Cheney k OoM To ledo, O., contains no mercury, and u taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and timeout surface of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken Internally and wad In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A Co. Testimonials free. Hold by Druggist. Price 76o per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ten-fol- M mercury will surely destroy the sense ot Insurance Company Believing that they WANT such a company; believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stock we will publish in this paper every week tho amount of subscriptions to date. The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday, July 26 ; and below are the amounts of subscriptions for each week; life o Count Z eppelln flew in his dirigible balloon 220 miles in Germany last week. He encountered a heavy wind and hail storm and was twelve hours In the air. o A E. R. Gibbs has bought the restaurant and cold drink business femerly owned by J. W. Tomp-ki- n and known as Jake's Restaurant. Mr. Gibbs will continue the business under the name of "Jake's Place." farmer in Ohio has succeeded FIRST WEEK, AUGUST 2 -- East Prairie Eagle. $106 in growing topless potatoes. The potatoes have no tops, much to the nvy of his neighbors who are pester ed with potato bugs. Con the extraordinary session of brouBht to a dose. gress has been Both houses anjourned sine uic. ficlally Thursday. bill The conference report on the a the Senate by was agreed to by vote of 47 to 31. at l! President Taft arrived Capitol at A :45 p. m and occupa the room set aside for the on the cod tion of the President ing day of a session of Congress. T...s -- : .K. hands of the gW reapclock In the President's room bill, ed 5 :06 the Payne tariff before measure is known, was laid picked up P the President.' He o" supplied by Chairman Fayne. , House Way. and Mean. Come -and which had been ucu the Spea the Vice President and b. and attached In signing the bill The tariff has been levised o Jas. O. Nuwtou sella coal oil a good grade. "Wlborlno" signature. Sohmldt, tho Tailor, Tho big show COAL! ln tnr in vniti llllntnr'a almntir Don't wnit until the cold wave flag COM- reminds you of your negligence. .1 - AflrA t Heard On the Streets . I today Th- - J N Ilrndshnw Friday night went to Union City Is m.'Miry three figures. hovering around Un- We Kjioto OUR SODA because we make every drop of it from start to finish and we know it is good. It is only in this way that we can keep it always at the high point of excellence that our Soda has Hacker Fined $250. Cipt. J. S. Hacker, who is supposed to have been in charge of the steamer Three States, a Cairo boat which came to Hickman Saturday and made short excursion trips for the negro celebration, was arrested by the city officers charged with "having in his possession premises on which intoxicating liquors were sold" in violation of the local option law. The captain's bond was fixed at S500, which was not secured until about 2 o'clock Sunday morning, and his boat remained tied up until that hour. Monday he was given a trial in Judge Roney's rourt, the case embracing five charges as mentioned above, and five negroes swore on the stand that they purchased beer on this boat between the Lee Lice wharf and the Mengel Box factory which is within the jurisdiction of the city of Hickman. The case was tried before a jury composed of E. B. Prather, C. C. Smith, J. H. Millet, J. A. Thompson, A. M. DeBow and Henry A. Sanger. Allison Tyler represented the city and F. S. Moore the defendant. After hearing the evidence, the jury brought in a verdict of guilty, fixing the captain's fine at S50 for each of the five offenses, making a total of $330. An appeal was taken to the circuit court ; but within the next 20 minutes Hacker was again arrested or- warrants issued by Judge W. A. Naylor charging him with the same offense in six more cases. He gave bond of $500 for his appearance in court next Monday, at which time he will be given a hearing. To Mammoth Cave. rTTTTTTTT'l'Tf 'I'T f TT TT " "' ' Alts 13th C c- Miss Nannie Kingman wns In ion Cliy one day last woek. Lunches nt Cafe nt all hours nt tho Cros Hlckmsn lee Dutch Buy your coal now. 4. Coal Co. Ask for tho genulno Rusk. 0. IL Mooro. Miss Mangle I .we nice has returned from a lslt to frlntids In Union City. Ilobt. .loyner spent Saturday nnd 8unday In Union City with homo-folk- il 41 s. Tea ? We We Summer Prices Effective 'til Sent, I, . attained. g Pittsburg Lump Coal Bon Air Lump Coal . . Tradewater Lump Coal $3.75 (Per Ton of 2,000 Pounds) Prices $4.75 . $4.25 nnd Anthrncile Coal, made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam upon npplicntion. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED DOING8 AT DORENA. Ntgror Ool Theirs. John Maddox went to .Medley, , wr rreited and luesday. Steamer Three B. C. White was on the siok list r a, three ( whom week. latlng the local last u There will be a fish fry Saturday. r carrying eon -. : on James Bayou. T v 5 'I Bondarant, tbe 'ti Wic bat to run Cairo to Hick shott exoursisns He r ug the day. ix hn appearance Monday. The up for trial and ' us the $160 In the n account of the .i rnce. -- . t 4 . x taiiey, a sau- - r big negro with H claimed to ... e foree of Cairo, , r, carried a gun c taken in custody - ir - s itr otu " was arrestee ' fit', ' ' ' ealod deadly 'each of thepeaoc. f the lav, at he sted to being ar eri soon showed .:. Kentucky. He . Monday when he Miss Emma Ben Mayers is on tbe narges mentioned sick list. Iterkwtt for tho Ix'Rt Mrs Cnpt F. M. Ityan Joined hor lienrt akliwlvfl. I'rloea lowqj thnn huslmnd herolust wook nfter an exauyon t4n In town. v tended visit to rolatlvos In Loulsvlllo MIwhm IiaMl mid Mary Hubbard, and Clovsrport, Ky. of Martin, Taniu aro the KiiustH of W J. Thomas and Gono Ill.ikomoro Mrs. Aseher Konnwly. are building' a small bridge for tho Mrs. Higglns left Thursday, to OayeH and Illekman will play ball county n&r Dodds Crossing, which visit in Cairo and Bardwell a few I'rWay. The evonly will be finished today. nr clubs days. matchxl and a close came Is assur Mrs. It. T. Tyler and daughters, d. A nice load of watermelons Misses Kmnm and Helen, loft today brought from East Prairie Tuesday, Miss Marl McAdoo, of East 1'rnlrlu for Louisville, Norfolk. Hoanoak, Va., passed through here enroule to Mo., retiinmd to her home Tuoeday. and other points, for an extended after an extended visit to Miss Julia visit Locust Grove Camp, M. W. A. llellly. Our good friend, Mrs. J. J. Soay, gave a free barbecue Saturday Mr. Lazarus, an oleolrloal engineer. of Route 4, has our Uianks for romcin night, and Hickman Camp, M. W. of I'lttsburg, laH Is hero for a fow bcrlng Uio Courier forco wiUi a lot A. came over and all report goo d days on Imslmmi . wlllf tho MonKc! of tho nicest peaches raised In tho time. Ilox Co. county. A. S. Mrs. Crawford was In Hickman Saturday, shopping. Rev. Melheny preached to the people here Sunday. Al McDade and family visited in East Prairie, last week. Mrs. Dora White was in Hick-maSaturday, on business. Noah Alexander went to Puryear, Tenn., Monday, on business. Guy Hall and Al McDade had business in Charleston, Wednesday. fw thanks for courtesies Tolcpbono that grocery onlor to the Courier forco. llottcraworth & Prathcr. Mrs Cotton nnd little daughter, of , C. H. Moore wants you to try his Union City, ore tha guess of her genuine Dutch Tea Rutk. son, John Cotton nnd family. MIhk Wall, of Fulton. vIMteil licr r. It A. Tyler is attending tho counbiottii-r- . Jm- Wall, hero Kunclay. ty fslrs In Middle Tennessee, with Mr of Meinphlfl, Is horo on tils headquarters In Nashvlllo. busiti'-awith th Manual Ilox Co. i K f. Johnsnii will leave tonight Murlcy Ilojwr nml family upont Siin for a trip through sovrnl southern stnt.'K He will ho gono about ton ilnv wild J It. Ilrown nnd fnmlly. days KurnlturH nwitly repaired or VI llnttlo Carpenter nnd nelco, nt tha lllekinan Job 8liop, Mlsx iks Dfwla, nro spending n fow S. U. Lutt-n- . the Auto I.lno magnate weeks In Fulton with Ur. Usher and was In Ktilton on utiHtnosM Tuwtday.' family. If you want a flrst-clai- s Miss Marguorlto Fuqua has Job, let Schmidt tho Tailor, do your work. from a flvo weeks' visit to Cayce vk. IIIekuiRii at tlm ball park rolaiiveti In Memphis and In Hflday nftwrnouii. m "Chorry Ildf pltfh. Campbell nnd Swayno Walker went to Mtn I.lllfln Clioato la vlaltliiR Miss mnking St. Louis Saturady evening, the round trip on tho StackOrne Wllaon In Oxford, Ohio, forji er I.ee. vreek. !- -. s Tex-arkan- Mrs Mark WlgglnB nnd daughter. Hall game al Illckinnn, Friday, Aug! Miss Audrey, nro In Ix)iilvllle vlslt-In. 11. Cayi-.v Illcknmii. MM lyes. Co wg Ill's Drug Btoro la tho only A. II. tho popular dairyman, I1ac' you can get ItHO. tins our For reallv delicious Soda, refreshing and satisfying come to Helm Sr Ellison. BOY KILLED BY NEGRO. Aspeclal from Paris, Tenn., says: "A message wns received today from the chief of police of Oklahoma City to W. T. Warron, n prominent business man here, that his son, Cecil, nn omployo In the Hook Island freight offlco, was shot thero In a restaurant by a negro last night, causo not known. The wound was dangerous, nnd the victim la In a critical condition. Tho ball entered through tho nrm Into the loft lung, whoro it lodged. Mrs. W. T. Wnrron, tho boy's mother, nnd president of tho local W. C. T. U., is almost prostrated. She and a son, Will, left Ie this afternoon, but It wounded Is feared tho Mr Uonhnm has returned from Mrs. II. I.. AmtiorR and baby spent Mengelwood, Tenn., whoro ho has MoiHlny In Union City with Miss been looking after the Mengel Ilox Mollis liourne. n, y Co., ww derrick. mnn will bo dead before tholr arrival. Woldon, another broth er, nnd a trained nurse, both of Mem phis, left last night for Oklahoma. Cecil Warren was about 22 years old, a splendid boy and has many friends. A later dispatch Rays tho young mnn died. Deceased wns n cousin of Mrs. T. A. Lcdford, of this city. O Stock For Sale. Two good work mules; 1 good brood mare in foal ; 2 year old saddle horse, broke to harness ; 6 brood sows: and lot of sheep. Jno. D. Mayes. 2p. i son returned v : Miss Victoria Nelson is on the ivi in jail for a: J $25 for hitting sick list. , in th face with-itJas. Townsend, one of our popular rk on the streets rural route men, spent yesterday in entire satis Union 'City. vr-in- Rave him a fine , B Mrs. E. T. Bowers left yesterday for Nashville, after a week's visit .. .i. Smith and Dave with Mrs. Joe L. Amberg. ":i iers on the boat, ws J. H. Nelson was called to Mem tmeily of this city phis Tuesday, to attend the funeral "; x on many pages ' net Both were of his neice, Miss Myrtle Mason. Kating the local Little Dallas Brown, of East Monday, were fined Hickman, was very sick Sunday, i'h paid his fine and Dr. Blackford was called in. (food job on the It is now alleged by dairymen r negroes taken in cows forecast storms by a de creased yield of milk. If so, this ' if". rtr a short ancient storm sigII Curlln. should be a very Mr we never heard of it before. la t'nlon City. nal, but 0 that mmsmmsm wsssmssmssmm SINCE THE UNITED STATES nnd Ttusxell John Jim Tanner, wife and llttlo daugh Saturday evening on ters, have returned to tholr homo the Fred Herald from a round trip near Fortagcvlllo, Mo., after a visit to St. Louis. to her sister, Mrs. Jim Caldwell nnd Don't kick If you wait and the family near town. price of coal goes up. You have a Mr. and Mrs. John Cotton enter-islncchance to buy now at rock bottom Missus Alex nnd Hazel Adams, prices. Hickman Ice A. Coal Co. i.'orrlnno Smith und a fow other Saturday evening, Mrs. T. A. I.od- - frlonds, last Wednesday night Ico ford entertained a few frlonds nt six crunm was served. handed Hook. Lomon punch and Mlssos Margnret Saunders, Carrlo burnt carnwl enko wero served. McCaughn, Mary Lou Griffin and Mesdames S. M. Hubbard. J. M. tluth McCaughn, of Mayfleld, left this Held and MIhsoh Dottle and Allle morning for tholr homo after spendDodds and Charlotte Hubbard left ing a week with D. II. Wilson and Sunday morning fur their western wifo. trip. Mombers of Hickman Lodgo No. ;G1, F. & A. M., enjoyed a barbocuo Home-Ma- de Eat Jones' served In tholr ball Monday night. Bread and Ice Cream made 11. N. Cowglll was on tho head of It fresh daily. and ho didn't need any asslstanco, either. C. M. Depew, who la putting In tho Mrs. Bottlo Lnyno, of Cairo, after system at tho Mongel the oablewny Donge! Ilox Co., has returned from a a visit to Mrs. Hollls Kirk here and two weeks' visit to homo folks In relatives nt Hives, Tenn., left Wednesday night on tho Stacker Ixo for New York. Luxorn, Ark., whoro sho will spend Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo Caulfleld. months. afh-- r days at DawHouSprlniH, several a few , Lato Saturday afternoon, H. S. spent two days this week with Mrs. Sr., of this olty, was arrested Caulfleld'g parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tbrvlkeld. near Statu I.lno. and then by offlcorn Leo Carter and F.d Oliol-oon a chnrgo of selling whiskey deimrted for their home In Missisin violation of tho local option law sippi. Warren HUIson Hickman County Excursion to Mammoth Cave August 17th regular evening train. Fare $3.90 round trip from Trezevant or McKenzie. Board at cave hotel from arrival for lodging until after breakfast on the o 19th including fees for the several CARD OF THANKS. routes through the cave only $6.03. Tho undersigned deslro to express Limit on tickets ten days returning tholr slnccro appreciation of tho at will. Write L. & N. Agent. many kindnesses shown by their o frlonds in Hickman during tho Illness nnd death of- - their friend, Geo. F. - Contractor O. B. Mooney begun Speor. work on an resldenco for Jep Mr. nnd Mrs. Joa Cantlllon. Glover, at Clayton, this week. d There Is No Place Like Home!" s IIPMt j?I il Mur-lhoy- n Wc know this appeals to you. Why don't you build one? Have you investigated the liberal inducements of your home institution, GOVERNMENT . Cairn citizens hnv sulwerlbed $!,- 000 to expend In tin experiment of finding gas. nil, water or "any old of Fulton. Fulton Loader. cut-ilng ,f r K""l . why do rj the storing of money, an absolutely safe place for the officials deposit this money in various banks miry? Ita iusc they realize that the keeping of money ( ire ulntion means n larger degree of general v proa-Pfnt- nnd is an actual necessity in the upbuild-iiof the country. u' thing," beneath the surface of the earth In that vicinity. Thin may provo a WHste of money, ns some claim, nnd a wustu of unergy tut well, but It Is In the pursuit of that very correct Idea that "nothing ventured nothing trained." ('apt. Wndu Ilrown, of l'aducnli, former deputy IT. 8. Miirnhul In thin district, has received the appointment of custodian of the new onpltol build ' ing at Frankfort. He will assume ' What aro we going to do about tho weeds? Now Is tho'tliuo to fix up your property, nnyhew, uud nojhlng will help appearances more thuii to cut the weeds. And think of iltu Bluknuss you will prevent, too. Mrs. Jonnte Taylor and daughter, and Miss Hollo Taylor have returned to tholr homo lu Home. Ca . after a months' visit to Capt. Iluikett and family.' Thoy wero nccoinpunled home by Miss Kate Hnckett, who has a position ns bookkeeper In Homo. Te Hickman Buiing & Loan Association r 'iepoiited in banks becomes working, capital. The ur money in circulation, without spending it, is well r onsnleration, yet it is only one of the many reasons "'" sh mld have an account with " ' r f 1 Ilrown will be remembered us having acoldnntly shot and killed a man In the bottom near here, whom ho was trying to arrest, two years mho. his office Sopt. 1st. -- THE- 11 K "KM AN OLDEST DANK i IN FULTON COUNTY. BANK " Capital and Surnlus. """""""""""""iiiniiiiii S05. 000.00 unnnn nmiiiiiir Tiinri Saturday ovenlng MIsh Huth Walker entertained a few friends nt Hook in honor of her cousin, Miss Inez Furkur. There were throe tables and tho young folks had u good time playing the progressive games. Cake Owing to a ruling of Judge Thus and qream were served. V Cook In the Calloway olroult court J. ,A. Townsend, A. N. King und at Murray 1U night rldsr indictments were dismissed. Judge Cook bused "Hub" Hlco have contracted to furnish Co.. his ruling on a decision at the court polos for tho Homo Telephoue conused In the of appeals lu the Jake Hills ulKht of this city, to be system. The rider cuse several months no. Tlie struction of tho now Is spending their Homo Company decision prevented the commonwealth Its u money with homo people. from getting curtain necossury ovl mighty good policy deuce before tho Jury. This association is the poor man's saving bank. Twenty years ago it was organized and has been conducted along the same conservative lines throughout its existence. Look about you and you will observe the monuments that speak for its return on investments. This Association will build from the humble cot to the stately mansion; but it is conducted for the man with limited means income or wages. The fortieth series is now open and the books will be closed nt 2 o'clock p. m., THURSDAY, AUG. 19, 1909. For Further information call on the secretary at his office in the Hickman Marble Works. Watch for out statement in next semi-annual week's issue of this paper. THE jilCKIi BUILDING & LPflH HSS'K. THOS. DILLON, SR., Secretary. v Farmers and Merchants Clinton Street, Illckman, Kentucky, ..adoulu i u aAm xnw TTo 1 1 ib the BASIS oner w depositors. OUier IdBcmenU are of secondary Importune Upon this SYNOPSIS. hit Murt" Dan MnltUml. on irachtn New Tork bnchrlor cluh, mt an Mtrno-tir- e your it woman at the door. Janitor O I la van assured Mm no ere hail within tint dar. Dan discovered a worn' an'a (Inner print In dut on lils desk, slow? with a letter from hti attorney Maltlnnd dined with llnnnerman. Ms at torney. Dnn aet out for Oreenrlelita, to cet hla family Jewels. During Ms walK to the country seat, li met the younc woman In (tray, whom ho had seen tearing hla bachelors' club. Iter auto had broken down. Guinotce we Solicit Your Pflron ien the girl who bo had believed bad bea In hla rooms that evening, In his absence! Oh, clearly, that was Impossible. Her tono rang with truth. Sho Interrupted bis train of thought with a cry of "What will they think!" "I tlaro say," he ventured hopefully "I could biro a team at some farm de-pai- II. uui.nAAn, i j. a. TM0nP50N H.-an- . C n. Dnehanan. . j. iiinm. J. J. C Bondurval.. O. B. Thr.lt. u . n ma. "- " - . .4. . IV 11... ,i uutUrl houso " "Hut tho dolay! ready!" It's so lata al- tue DircDT si sTiiiisisw - srnv tn l. "ni doubtfully. "It's very unfortunate. I . . . was running rather fast, I suppose, and didn't see the slopo until too late. Now," opening her hands In a gesture Ingenuously charming with its suggestion of help"I don't lessness and dependence, know what can be the matter with the machine." down," announced "I'm coming Maltland briefly. "Walt" "Thank you. I shall." could She laughed, and Maltland have blushed for his lnatilty; happily he bad action to cloak his embarrassment. In a twinkling ho was at the water's edge, pausing there to listen, with admirable docility, to her plain-tlvobjection: "But you'll get wet "I hope so" I can." CHAPTER II. Continued. Her superb composuro claimed" his Ignorant ndmlratfon. Absolutelr though she had been of his proximity, the volco from out of the skies evidently alarmed her not nt all. Stilt bending over the lifted foot, sho turned her head slowly and looked up; and "Oh!" said a small voice, tinned with relief. And coolly knotting tho laces again, she sat up. "I didn't hear you, you know." "Nor I seo you." Maltland supple-denteunblushlngly, "until a moment go. I cr can I bo of nsslitancoT" "Can't you?" "Idiot!" said Maltland. sovcroly. both to and of himself. Aloud: "I think Undeniably Into; one o'clock at th earliest. A thought longc Maltland hung In lack of purpose, thnn without a word of explanation turned and again began TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE m mtu Arm n uou mmou OUMIERUNO TELEPHONE It wada out. "What do you mean to do?" sb cried, surprised. "Seo what's the trouble." he called back. "I know a bit about motors, I'orhnps " "Then but why" Sho stopped; and Maltland forbore to encourngo her to round tut her question. It was no difficult Hatter to supply tho missing words, Why had ho not thought of Investigating the motor before Insisting that be mutt ft TELEGRAPH CI "" o ruin your' things. ' ask thnt of'you.'' and-'a- nd Ho chuckled, by way of reply) .slapping gallantly into the shallows and courageously wading out to tho sldo of the car. Whereupon he was advised in tones of fluttered Indignation: "You simply wouldn't listen to mo! And I warned you! Now you're soaking wet and will certainly catch your death of cold, and and what can I do? Truly, I am sorry." Here tho young man lost track of her remark. He was looking up into the shadow of the motoring cap, discovering things; for the shadow was et a't naught by tho moon luster that, reflected from the surface of the stream, Invested with a gentle and glamorous radiance tho faco that bent above him. And bo caught at his breath sharply, direst fears confirmed: Bhe was pretty Indeed perilously pretty. The Arm, resolute chin, tho sensitive, sweet lino of scarlet lips, brows del: the straight llttlo nose,-the- ' lcatoly arched, the large alert, tawny eyes with tho dangerous sweet shadows tho glint as of raw copper wrtere her hair caught tho light Maltland appreciated them all far too well; and clutched nervously tho rati of tho seat, trying to steady himself, his routed wits and to sensibly that it all was duo to tho magic of the moon, beltko; the witchery of this apparition that looked down into his oyes so gravely. "Of course," he mumbled, "It's too beautiful to endure. Of course It will all fade, vanish utterly In the cold con-Eld- ' I can't He Began to Wad frowblng, regarding him steadily beneath level brows. Ho assumed a disarming levity of demeanor, smiling wlnnlngly. "Thore's only one way," he suggested not too archly and extended his arms. "Indeed?" She considered him with pardonable dubiety. Instantly bis purpose becamo as adamant. "I must carry you. It's tho only way." "Oh, Indeed nol . I couldn't Impose upon you. I'm very heavy, you know " "Never mind," firmly Insistent. "You can't stay hero all night, of course." "Dut are you sure?" (She was yielding!) "I don't like to " He shook his head, careful to restrain the twitching corners of bis Hps. light of day." ered ominously. land tho Imperturbable, was being laughed at by a mere child, a girl scarcely out of her teens. Ho glanced with upward, caught her eye ineSTiment, and looked away with much vain dignity. "I was saying," he manufactured, "that V did not mind tho wetting In tho lea it. I'm happy to bo of service." "You weren't saying anything of the sort," she contradicted, calmly. "How. ever " She paused significantly. an InstanilalUatid experienced taneous sensation as of furtive guilt, decidedly the roverso of comfortable. There was a I.'o shuffled unoaslly. .brief silence, on her part expectant, on his, blank. Ills mental attitude remained hopeless; for some mysterious reason his nonchalance had deserted him in tho hour of his supermest need; not In all bis experience did he remember anything like this as awkward. Tho rlvor purled Indifferently about Ills calves; a vagrant breeze disturbed the tree tops and died of sheer lassitude; Tlmo plodded on with measured stride." Then, abruptly, Inspiration was born out of tho chaos of Lis mind. Llitunlng Intently, he glanced with covert suspicion at the lrldeo:,. It .proved, untenanted,. Inoffensive of mien; nor arose there any sound ol ioot or wheel upon thj highway. Again bo looVed up at the girl; and found bcr la Ihouubtfui mood, Above him, perplexed brows gath"I beg pa: ion?" "Ii-- or yes," he stammered at random. r what?" "Vott Positively, she was laughing at him! He, Mnltland tho exquisite, Mad Malt- "It will take but a moment," ho x gravely. "And I'll bo Quito careful." "Well" She perceived that. If not right, ho was stubborn; and with a fof deprecation, inal small gesture weakly surrendered. "I'm sorry to bo such a nuisance," she murmured, rising and gathering skirts about her. Maltland stoutly denied tho hideous Insinuation. "I am only too glad" She balanced herself lightly upon tho step. He moved nearer and assured himself of a firm foothold on the pebbly river bed. She sank gracefully Into his arms, proving a considerable burden weightier, In fact, than he had anticipated. Ho was somewhat staggered; it seemed that he embraced countless yards of ruffles and things ballasted with (at a shrewd guess) urged, Short ward. stopped nbrtiptlr, cold chills running np and down his back; ho gritted his teeth; he shuddered perceptibly. "What Is tho matter?" she demanded, deeply concerned, but at pains not to stir. Maltland made a strango notso with his tongue behind clenched teeth. "Urrrrgh." ho said distinctly. Sho lifted bor head, startled; relief followed, Intenio and Instantaneous. "I'm sorry." he muttered, humbly, faco aflame, "but you . . , tickled." "I'm so sorry!" she gasped, violently agitated. And laughed a low, almost a silent, little laugh, as with deft fingers sho tuckod away tho errant lock of balr. "Ass!" Maltland told hlmielf. fiercely, striding forward. In another moment! they were on dry land. The girl slipped from his arms and faced him, eyes dtnclng, cheeks crimson, lips a tenio, quivering, scarlet line. Ho met this with a rueful Csutlously smile. "Hut thank you but," sho gasped, explosively, "It was so funny!" Wounded dignity melted before bcr laughter. For a time, thero in the moonlight, ttndor tho scornful regnrd of the disabled motor car's twin headlights, theso two rocked and shrieked, while, tho silent night flung back disdainful echoes of their mad laughter. Fcrhaps tho lnsano Incongruity of their performance first becamo apparent to tho girl; sho, at all events, was tho first to control herself. Maltland subsided, rumbling, while sho dabbed at bor eyes with a wisp of lace and linen. "Forgivo me," sho said, faintly, at lead. He swayed. Then, recovering his equilibrium, ho length; "I didn't mean "How could you help It? Who'd Incautiously glanced Into her eyes. And a hulking bruto llko myself to be lost It aKaln, completely. "I was mistaken," ho told himself; ticklish?" "You are awfully good." sho coun"daylight will but enhance" She held herself considerately still, tered moro calmly. "Don't say that. I'm a clumsy lout. perhaps wondering why ho made no roovo. Perhaps otherwise; thero Is Hut " He held her gazo Inquiringly. reason to bellevo that sho may have "Ilut may I "Oh, of course certainly; I am suspected being a woman. for Greenpoliitonthe-Soun- d At length: "Is there anything I was bound " can do," sho inquired, meekly, "to "Ten miles!" ho interrupted. mako It easier for you?" Tho corners of her red lips drooped; "I'm afraid." ho repllefi, attitude apologetic, "that I must ask you to put her brows puckered with dismay. Inyour arm around my no my shoul- stinctively sho glanced toward tho water-bouncar, ders. It would be moro natural." "Oh." "What am I to do?" sho cried. "Ten I could novcr walk It, The monosyllablo was heavy with miles! meaning with any one of a dozen never In tho worldl You seo, I went meanings, In truth. Maltland debated to town today to do a little shopping. tho moat obvious. Dl sho conceive As we were coming homo tho chaufbo bad Insinuated that It was his habit feur was arrested for carolcis driving. to ferry armfuls of attractive feminini- Ho bad bumped a delivery wagon over ty over rocky fords by the light of a it wasn't really his fault. I telephoned midnight moon? homo for somebody to ball him out, No matter. While bo thought It and my father said ho would come In. Presently a Then I dined, roturned to tho pollco out, sho was consenting. slender arm was passed round his station and watted. Nobody came. I neck. Having awaited only that, he couldn't stay thoio all night. I began to wado cautiously shorowards, 'phoned to everybody I know, until my the distance lessened porccptibly, but money gayo out; uo one was in town. he contemplated the decreasing Inter- At last, In desperation, I started home . ,, i val without Joy, for all that sho was alone." Maltland nodded his comprehension. of an appreciable weight. For all bur. "Your father?" bo hinted dollcittoly. dens, thuro are compensations. ''Judgo Wcntworth," she explained,' Unconsciously, Inevitably, bcr bead jnnk toward his shoulder; be was hAst(ly, "We've takwi the tiiover placo aware of her brettb, fragrant and a't (Jreenpolnt for tho season." ' tfeOttchUullr, Asd this "I vajm, upon Ma 'Junk, , , t U carry her ashore? Tho humiliating conviction forced itself upon him that he was not fbrun Ing to great advantage In this adten-ture- . Distinctly a humiliating sens-tloto one who ordinarily was by way of having a flno concolt of himself. It requires a certain amount of egotism to cnablo one to play the exquisite to one's personal satisfaction; Maltland had enjoyed the possession of that certain amount; theretofore his npprovnl of solf had been passably entire. Now ho could not deny the boor had shown up through the polish of tho beau. Intolerable thought! "Cad!" exclaimed Maltland, bitterly. This all was duo to hasty Jumping at conclusions; It be had not chosen to believe a young nnd charming girl Identical with an an adventuress, this thing had not happened and be had still re talncd his own good will. For ono lit tie moment ho despised himself heart!, ly ono little moment of clear Insight Into self was his. And forthwith hp began to meditate apologies, formulating phrases designed to prove adequate without sounding exaggerated and Insincere. Ily this tlmo be hnd reached thn car, and through sheer blundering luck at once stumbled upon the seat a clogged vnlre In the carOf trouble bureter. No serious matter; with the assistance of n repair kit more than commonly complete, ho bad tbe valve clear In a Jiffy, Nowa of this triumph be shouted to the girl, receiving in reply an "Oh. thank you!" o fervently grateful that ho felt more guilty than ever, Itumlnattng unhappily on tbe end of contemplated abasement, be waded round tho car, satisfying himself that there was nothing el so out of gear, apprehensively cranked up nnd Whoroupon tho motor began to hum contentedly; nil was well. Flushed with this success. Maltland climbed aboard and opened tho throttle a trifle. The car moved. And then, with a n -- Absolutely ...M STIK It CIMN.ETE AID . ., THE 9 fssf BEST- una nillionaire Canned Qoods. 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It became evident that oho har. bored llttlo If any resentment; eyes shining, face aglow with gratitude, she dropped blm a droll but graceful courtesy. "You nre too good!" she declared with spirit, "How can 1 thnnk you?" "You might," he suggested, looking dewn Into her face from his s.tpcrlnr height, "glvo mo a bit of a lift just a couple of miles up tho road. Though," ho supplemented eagerly, "If you'd really prefer, I should bo only toe happy to drlvo tho car home for you?" Two mllos, did you say?" He fancied something odd In her tono; besides, tho question Was super, fluous. Ills eyes Informed with puzzlement, her?pllod: "Why, yes that much, more or loss. I live " "Of course," sho put in quickly, "I'll give you tho lift only too glad. Ilut as for your taking ma homo at this hour, I twn't hear of that." "Ilut " "Ilosldes, what would people say?" she countered, obstinately. "Oh, no," sho decided; and ho felt that from this decision thero would bo no appeal; "I couldn't think of Interfering with your . . . arrangements." Her eyes held his for n single Instant, Instinct with mlschlof, glenmlng with bewildering light from out a face schooled to gravity. Maltland experienced a sensation of having grasped after and missed a subtlety of nl luslon; his wits, keen as they wete, to colled, baffled by her flueiso. And Ibe moro ha divined thnt she was playing with him, as nn experienced swprds-mamight play with an Impertinent rjovlce, the, denser Ms confusion gtew. "Ilut(X bavo no arrangomouls fci n lit. V.i. arin : for com fori Clinton Street, nieknin, tf.il doorloJoow'We Kj.Ortr OFFICES! Covgill'a drug In G B. A. LAND M. V-- Cusli Book New Books, Store f A s Splendid Selection . . Stationery, Post Cards, Notions, Etc Call and farm proroasonsble perty at esUtefor iryou havo real Both cltj anJ Bale.Ietuseetjoabajr. ADWIES3: Eislhlog m our stock. Hickman Hickman. 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HOUI0 , - r "jr , r" party rj.rtt. were nont a xf.V LosU' new borne. un"u? affair. . ... iiac nirnlner niKfi" ' " ,,cr !lula 1,8r .... , 7 en which f" - ,J .l.J, - -- flf pa ., hl,d ra ihi.snn ,rlonJ '. ,lmlrcd tho COtr f J...- J .1 v..'h cotd btTrnn." tired, then uno a -- r; uinr. r..""i i J l" .1 '"- ta their tlan , m building; rtrr I 5 Ihoro vtroro and ll tbat !s were passed ( (or the nrchltect Theft-sui- t i 12 111 If I 1 allowed , i ci !ln tlio inerltn of ' . r mnrknbly clever g J nnJ much un ,, ,. ;t (f"iUl The jirlien ". u',.II.Vnn;n mae I ,1'wns .'i no (U L -- . .' ... . .ir.i.1 I 1 i . I , r- . - vi, 4 mr wooden Jai- s .r' ... u. n fl'jnl Wim ipunuuun. i',i ...... Wi.r. rnntalounc ice cream, iciu fW Vr f I. biscuit ci two mi" wstiir iiiir i Uir Mine veopii. aim . i III ., . sJ 'r 'eon how delight . , i f ilea la and bow tho una Ji I! . r.rt nfInnilobsorrlw; Tho room. III si ' f'r'' ;om,, hou!d he tho ny orjr woman, licit t"m cf .i r.i where the nccilfl ; si arc lookt-I out lor fl test cllcrt podMble. r . huu.' .'iii-h- w , I t"' r- . .. . A Nt Donnet It - i ' I t? llr 'n""( c! tl. ta invitationi to jo or 'Jiom to et nn rtid French inllllnerr ca tro date apvcined. on ft't ' Part. !! d the day with keen rre not disappointed, llTinK room waa nr k:ri cc a mMloerr ihop; n pretty rap with h lone ribbon how cl a trr!rd apron fluttered about villi Kncllah il.i re tVn'h accent, and the In a trnllloK Knwn of un rxn manufacture. titiu - fTrnch 1 be room on hat tirina were ix'Uble brad coTerlaxa. made itis'rpaper baaketa, choppInK via, crJandrra. brrad pant, etc. It tr'cm r.K ronalited of temona, i cf corn, aunflowera, caulldowrr, jlxkj, with gay feath CJH-- i, urkry qullla, and even Vrii Dfiln liml been preaaed Into krt.i' The rrJtata wont Into enlea rU jVrrai they tried on tho bur jr:et'-na- , The maid Mclalmcd cbirrcanfe, inadame." In tho moit i:i rrannrr ; ! an it llttlo hati inad of tpt i sj .c paper held nalted nuta wer aerved by .Is la h coatuinva, Tbo boa- - rt tr'cdrrinl(nnrraotia nat. whatthejr wera lEtcifxe a Mr InvitAtlon waa a tin M:j Tltr til tad aa" hi I Donn's Kidney Till. Thoy euro 1! Irregularities nnd annoyattccs, reiftpv backacho and side palm nnd restero tho kldnoys to health. Charles Colo, 201 N. BL, lolo, Iluckcyo Kans., sya: "The tria aahl paato, glue, nnlla, huRo plnn kidney secretions and linen thread wero uacd In wero 1 r ro.B u l a r, thn dliplny of hcadKcar, nnd scanty nnd painful really tho Joke lints looked about nn Ho A woman Is peculiar In one and contained sediwelt pa tbo tnonatroaltlea ahown In ment. My back waa way. tho ahopa and actually worn br wom Hhc What's that: stiff nnd lamo and en who conalder themaolvcs loal to Ho Sho won't tear up n love let I grow weak and tbo world If not adorned with tho vary my limbs swelled. Donn's Kidney Pills re- ter, even alter she's forgotten who latest hend covering rcgardleaa of tho discouraged. act that It may lio most unbecoming. moved theso troubles entirely. I have wrote It, been well for two years." The Water Dite. Kcmombcr tho nnme Doan s. Sold A Baikal Shower. Ho wns six year old and had never Did' you over happon to think how by all dealers. CO cents ft box. Fos gazed Into tho mystic lens ot ft mi Co., Buffalo, N. Y. ninny vnrlctlcs of b.iakeU there are? croscope Several slides containing I never did until my attention wns by n novel basket HIS PLEASURE A LATE ONE. nnlmalcula bnd been displayed to his called to tho fact astonished vision. Ho was too amazed shower for a September brldo- to mnko any comment bo camo . 'robably Mr. Hogan Did Not Realize to one alldo that seemed until wriggly mora The hostea naked each guest to Just What Might De Made of His tbnn any ot the others. It was merely bring ft basket nt description. Expression. a drop of water. Ah tbo 2 giieata wero nil Intlmato The llttlo fellow gazed at It a long Casey was dead, nnd to do honor to friends they consulted Among themparticles of selves, no the selections made did him tho members of tho Thirteenth time, with nil Its nlrublo to not Include duplicates, Thcro wna a district Tammany organization at animal life, nnd finally exclaimed stunning brown Wistaria waste bas- tended tho funeral In a body, says tho his mother: "Oh, mamma, now I know what It Is ket; ono of anmo wenv to hold fruit; New York Tress. Slowly nnd sadly tbat bites you when you drink soda a market basket undo by n Dutch they filed cast tho coffin and took a peasant; a clothes basket; tiny cov- last look at their departed comrade water!" ered bnsket to hold n thlinblo. This At the door each man paused to shako Crop Growing on 8mall Scale. waa In a round work basket, that also bands with tho sorrowing widow and In East Lcxham Is A small bad a scissors shield woven to match. to murmur a few words of condolence. making an holder Interesting experiment in There vtaa n clothes hamper, and a When It came to Mr. Hogan's turn, ho barley growing upon his land to test cunning covered baakct with n handle. retained possession ot her hand, whllo tbo possibility of raising corn on a juat large enough to hold n lunch for he delivered a lengthy orntlon con small acale. In 1907 ho sowed 78 spe two. cerning the good qualities ot tho de cially selected' grains of barley, which To co with these baskets there waa funct Mr, Casey. yielded 400 cars. Tho resulting ker n tea or coffee rest woven of aweet Sure, 'tis plain you know my bus; nels ho sowed In 190S and harvested grass to use when serving an the band well, sir," said the tearful Mrs. In U weeks, with tho result that ho, porch, and quaint wall holder In Casey. got a bushel of threshed barley, which which a tumbler could be Inserted to Only by sight, ma'am, only by. ho baa sown this year, his object behold wild flowers, The honored guest sight," Mr. Hogan hastened to ex. ing to show whnt can bo done In cer was perfectly delighted with tbla Dlaln. "I nerer bad the plcasuro oC eal cultivation from very small begin bower, for It turned out that baskets media' him 'til nings. London Standard. wns ona of her hobbles. Ity tho way, .1' lately I have found so many people ITCHED FOR TWELVE YEARS Wonderful. basket craiy, some of the younger "Tbla Is a rcmarkublo world!" ex women uctually taking lessons of the Eczema Made Handa and Feet Swell, claimed O'Hrlen. "1 wns wnlklng down Indiana who come to summer resorts Peel and Get Raw Arms Affected, the street this morning nnd I met a selling tbo pretty creations they bavo man I hadn't seen for about twelve Too Cave Up All Hope of Curs. made during tho long winter month years," on tho reservations. "Yes," rejoined Murphy, "It Is a re Quickly Cured by Cutlcunu madamc m;nni. markable worlds I Just had an experi "I suffered from eczema on my ence much like that myself. I was bands, arms and feet for about twelve walking down tbo street not ten mln years, my handa and feet would swell utos ago, and I met two men two. sweat and Itch, then would become mind you that I'd never met before.' callous and get very dry. then peel off and get raw. I tried most every floogn on Ttats.unbeatablo exterminator kind ot salvo and ointment without Rough on Hen Lice, Nest Powder, 25c, success. I tried several doctors, nut Rough on Bedbugs.PowderorLlq'd,25c -V V Tt at last gavo up thinking there was a Rough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 25. euro for eczema, A friend of mlno Roughon, Roacho,Pow'd,Uc.,Llq'd,25c. stock Hosiery novelties tncluda Insisted on my trying tho Cutlcura Rough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25c. Ins of shaded silk. Remedies, but I did not give them a Rough on Skccters, agreeable to wio,25c. trial until I got so bod that I bad to Qmsklrt ot soft material are do something. I secured a set and by E. B. Walls. Chemist, Jersey CIty.N. J. and are hero to stay. lace, real and Imita tho time they were used I could see a Valenciennes Style' Freaklshnes. Improvement and my hands and tion. Is In demnnd once more. In the height to be feet wero healed up In no time. I bavo of "I want said dressed Cluny lace Is as great a favorite as Mr. Suddenroll. fashion." Charles T. bod no troublo since, It was n nesnn or two neo. "I'll see to It that your clothes fit Holds and fichu over the shoulders Bauer, Volant, Pa., Mar. 11, 1908." you perfectly," replied the tailor. Sol rropt, ISoakia. are aulto a feature of tho summer rstur Drat Jt Ctonu Ourp, "Out that's what I'm In doubt about. ovimtnr dresses. Is It fashionable just now to have A LONG WAY BACK. AH of the new outing hats, as well your clothes fltr the finer straws, show a decided roil at thn brim, Not Her Fault. Tim ruff which matches thn rown "It Is tho duty of every man nnd woman to bo married at the ago of Is becoming one of tho familiar feat32," said tbo lecturer. ure fof the light wrap. r- (.Viiilanl fnHnr for the smnrt "Well." said a woman of 30, with vors sounds a new note In tailoring some asperity, "you needn't toll mo and drcs combination. that. Tnlk to the man." Mry Klotfs, by a Trouble with the kidney accretion Ii a certain sign that your kidneys arc deranged nnd that you should uso CASTORIA Tor Infanta nnd CMMrtIL LCOHOL- -3 PEP. CENT Awtfcfablc Preparation for As similatlrrg rheFoodandRegula-lin- g the 5 tomachs and Bowls of The Kind You Hm Always Bought Bears tho .Signature M mM Promotes Digcslion,Chccrful nessand Jksl.Contalns neither Opium. Morphine nor Mineral USJ of Not Natic otic Ay htrm Jl fn4 -- In fUn Wtmkffntm AperfeclRcmedy forConsllpa- lion, Sour Stomach.Diarrnoca, ncssand LOSS OF SLEEP. TC Simile Signature of ivorms.Convulsions.Fmnsrr' Use For Over Thirty Years "mTTfjTTnl A.l r t NEW YORK, HZ. CCMTAUtt COMPA!Y. Til luaranteed under the FoodamJ Euct Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA Organize a Local Telephone System' BJust thinkII what a Telephone LI." save you System would .. . II an your neigiioois ai yuui un yum depot veterinarian postofficej doctor your I merchant. No matter how far from the nearest Telephone Company, your community can have its own local service at a very low cost of maintenance. Emm f Western rut if ire In nie la thousands of communities. The equipment Is the' tundard Bell Telephone apparatus. This means most reliable and economical service. This rural telephone system Is moderate In cost easily within the reach of the average farmer. If you art interttted, cut out this adpertutmtnt, writ your nam and addret on the margin and mail it ta oar ntarttt houtt. W will tend fret Bulletin No, JQT on how to build rural telephone lines and their coet. to-d- ay ktfm Rural Telephones .WESTERN v Kelt York. COMPANY EASTERN ELECTRIC rUuburx, Atlanta. PACIFIC a, CWcKO, CinciautL i pout. AimntApou. S,n FYindKo, Sottlc iJauas, ixt ABgvtei, salt Omahi. Nortacm Elcclxlc aod MtnufAurinc Co., Ltd.. Montrval ami Wlnalptg. v Rural T ! a Mlalt Ft. Louii. r- KAiu&t WESTER ... BoMon. rhilidtlpbi. CENTRAL my, Dwiw. JJ Neat Book Cover George There's Mliss Passay. Sho claims aho's never been kissed. Harry Why, I've kissed her myself, years ngo. Sho moans not sluco sho Ul AHtn's Foot-E- i. Is the only relief for Swollen SmartiTired. Achlne. Hot, Hwvatlne l'ecl. Corns and Uunlona. Ailc for Allen' ng-. It a powder to bo shaken Into th while, you walk. At all Drusr-- il and Shoi mores. Sc. Don't acceptAdany substitute, tiample sent FW-.E- . . areaa. Alien a. uimnieu, lienor, i. hoe. Cure can remember. A Good Evidence. "Whon sho hit blm with the golf ball, did It knock him senseless?" "I guess bo. I understand they are soon to marry." Central Methodist Advocate. Wheat Crop In Inn I4 , "V1 ""wwc. "Vl C0U.r,,0 Wed f!, L tare Mr. ,rf"of Jl ,he ucg,K' UrK)r M,' h ,,nl n"a nUout when & mado, nehV ntrtat ay be Hllowlng at the lor tbo foundation. A City blerk'a Garden. For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. city clerk never misses a chanco Cold Is for Oripn The I VI I ot expatiating on bis garden to his Hlck' heat remedyRelieve theand aching and Cnpudlne. a i colleagues, who, however, wero never fevcrUhncM. Cure tho cold Headaches Effect Immediately 10, taken home to boo It, but wero also. It'Wo IJauld 15 und at Drug Stores. POTASn PAYS under the Impression It was ot enoriu Two pounds ol Potash added to each ICO pounds of fertfllrer Increases Flvo of them resolved mous slzo. Rare Combinations, mo rotam total one p.t cent. to bavo a look at It, discovered his ad"Tbo time, tho place nnd tho girl, (rrtiUxm Send for Iiteraturo shout soil, rrnpt. nsnam buoLt caipUr4 It espctts. dress, and called one Saturdny after- How seldom wo seo them together!" oa reqaeit. Irrc rraalcsl "And another rnro combination Is noon to see tho hundreds ot roses nil QCR.MAN KALI WORKS, 1224 Candler DUE., Atlanta, Oa. On being tbo man, tho schemo nnd the coin." and III Blocs VV judge taken to tho rear of tho house, A feeling of security and freedom seeing a back ot their surprise on from anxietv pervadei the home In which yard about 12 feet by ten feet, Ono Hamlin W'irard Oil is kept conUntly bold spirit veutured that It was not on hund. Mother know it can always be depended upon in time of need. very big. Hlg" replied the proud owner, In after years when a man finally pointing to tho sky. "Why, man. nllvo, tumbles to tho fact tbat ho doesn't The foundation must bo cut 12 Inches look nt the helglit ot 111" Chicago understand women ho can't help them in the world. CASCARETS the wide nnd 9 Inches deep, nn extra Inch Dally Socialist. that ho has been a fool. biggest seller why I Because it s the vest being allowed all round for turnings y Widow to Widowers. Call at the Drug Store medicine for the fiver and bowek It's embroider one sldo with tho design Mr. Robert Marshall, a (let abottle of Dr. lligper Huckleberry shown; the leaves aro in satln-stitcwhat they will do for you not whal London police court missionary, re- Cordial for Piarrhoen. Dysentery, Chilthq stalks In cording atUch, and th we say they will do that makes dren Teething, etc. At Druggints S3 and 50c. cently received the following letter: berries In French knots, small acquit) At An CASCARETS famous. Millions use Simple Reading of you some"Dear Sir; ' nerve nre or knots being used for tho waved Men who travel on Driffiitl CASCARETS and it u all the median liberty apt to become, nervoustheir wrecks. Safe lino at lower edgo ot cbaplct; th times In newspapers, I take the or by that they ever need to lake. Ml ot asking If you know off n very Mail hnrp la in line cording stltcb-worSure A CKUTAIN MKT1IOH man wlshen to get married CASCAKRTS loc a box for a week's 25 Ccati gold tinsel thread. with for csri ncermmpi, dltrrlw a.niar ' rr litr n!" treatment, altdnisrlsta. Uiggett teller again. I have bean a widow for years IllnktlWr tl'rrr TMi uillcln ha in the world. Million twits a month. If tho work la at all drawn, Iron It at TV, not ilrtit. thn va when Inflamed am all alono In tho world tho bnck over a thick blanket; now now and to your honor and remaining or in an unhealthy state. Mitchell's Trusting us aro always Pooplo who admire PARKER'S cut a pleco of stout cardboard Hye Salve is applied externally, , tnlddlo pleasant company. respeckablo, Mrs. BALSAM HAIR fc4sUttlfl Us Inches deep, and 12 Inches wide; score yours tUad subdues inflammation so readily, few latUb MM age." ItUUXUCi with n knlfo twice dawn tho center, cases requlro more than one bottlo It r TviU to Bator Orv Boothlns; jrrun. Mr. Window wflfDi to; un, rJufn Umlr to It Youthrul to be permanently cured. ot an of at distances U.tbtni, For thlkl aur He Deserves No Sympathy. UNnlp dlMtMtfct aItnitftMS tsctUiiU. 3UO.ttd lilU Inch, but do not Cut It through It ts merely a waste ot tlmo to pity over a man who Is being mado a fool of give HALL stretch tho embroidered material KUCKCL, New York City He's a stingy man who will not It, turn In tho edges and fix on tho In, by a pretty womnu. you a smllo. W. N. U.. MEMPHIS, NO. ll.l.rs ol 50ZUI)ONr side of card with scccollno. for tho lining, ubo thin silk Btretched over papers tlx evenly Inside wltb This cover may either b4 secentlno. fixed to th back, of an old book, or U may be used for a iimgnuno. ico cov undel ers of which may be allpi-ebands of olaath) fixed on the llnlnf each side ot the ctubroldrcd cover looauso ot tftoso ugly, grizzly, gray hair- -. Us "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER.a PRICE, 9I.OO, rctalU y el nhtat at the ritht time to ret the nsht price. heat-siclands, lands warn out Tbo trouble in br continued cropping without (cttilnior. The remedy Is: the rlcht amount of the rubt kind nt frtllir at thn t tlmf. The rlrhl lima is this Kali: the rlcht amount Is 200 to 400 lbs. to the acre: the tight kind is 6. If vnnrrnmm,rrll fertilizer rnntainft Ittt thsn bnercent. of Potuh.mnka it rlcht br addinc Muriate ol Fotaah until It contains 6 per cent, and you'll find tbat tM rfiuntrr 1st Kot enoach'of the rlcht kind r 4 t.-- It KcwYuk-NMuu- sSu CWcjio-Mwiia-ock MITCHELL'S Nothing EYE SALVE g Like To-Da- well-know- ll't. kutaafl ta aTTOWtla. three-quarter- s a mi 1 09. ajjf v, JtM Stops Falling Hair Ayer's Hair Vigor I composed of milpliur, glycerin, qulnln, sodium chlorlJ, capsicum, sage, alcohol, water, and perfume. Not a Jingle Injurious Ingredient in this list. Ask your doctor If this Is not to. Follow Ms auMcc. A hair food, a hair tonic, a hair dressing. Promptly checks falling hair. Completely destroys all dandruff. AYER'S HAIR VIGOR r trier's Woman'sAge dies does not 8fre with her appearance. Pain and Buffer- vlowloss webs nnd plot spider work destruction fly All these, and n more, pitfalls Ho In the ruin a tho to tho stupid grent many way of the tat II 11 !. . Does not Color the Hair J t Atr AYER'S HAIR VIGOR (burmr, t.wll. Vim Woman was mndo out of the rib taken from tin' side of innn, not out of his head to rule Ii t in. but out of his side to lie hi equal, under his nrtn to lie protected, nnd tii'nr Ills heart to be loved. O country girl an she turns her light step from cowslip nnd the green turf as she turns to tnko her place In the ranks of those who walk the path of dally toll. T&.r.Mi:;e, A ltv w mi ing add to the years tlUmany women look much older than they really are. Many vomen, avoldlngpsln bv the regular use of that ef- DEMOCRATS 0 MAN SHOULD OvVn HOME. COMING! THE Ulrls, listen tn your mothers; von No mntterwhnt will never reKret It. your ndvnntngen nro nhove whnt hers were, you lire no better You ran n st nssured thnt It I not hook learn lug or knowledge of fashion thnt will keep your feel nwuy from the ninny pitfalls thnt she rnn wnm you from In n tender, loving fashion, thnt roil would do well to heed. No nmU r how mothers mny sponk, you may rest assured thulr hearts nro In the right place, nnd thnt they want tlwir fectual remedy, for vomen. Wine of Cardul, keep their youth and beauty. Take CARDUI Mrs. Annlo Vaughan, Raleigh. N. C, Wed Cardul and writes: SUNNY SOUTH FLOATING THEATRE daughters to be Innocent nnd g'od rather than fashionable. O I C HICKMAN, KY FRIDAY, m PRESENTING ALSO 44 1 Villi ACTS ....A GRASS WIDOW.... 10 BIG VAUDEVILLE If you would gather up nil i Ur memories, nil the light nnd shades of the heart, all hniuiuetlnRH mid n unions, all filial, fraternal. pat- onl nnd conjugal affections nnd you had only Just four letter with which to spell out that height and depth nnd length and breadth nnd nmgnlt.ult ntid eternity of moaning, you would with BtrenmliiK eyes, nnd trembling voice, nnd ngltnted hand, wrlti It out In thoso four living capitals - "I vaa sick and vomout almost unto death. My sister finally persuaded me to take Before I hid taken Cardul. five bottles I was veD aad strong." Try Cardul. It Is far women. Its tonic, building qualities should restoro you gently to health. Thousands of women have found It to give them lasting benefit Try Cardul For salo everywhere. 10 IT! 4 4 K. O Catchy, Tuneful Music and a host of Pretty Girls, also a grand ar ray or vaudeville Artists in tne Biggest and most expensive till ever snown here. WAIT-DO- WT TVTTJSS Free Band Concert by the Best Band on the River. F CENTS. iAiULAAiULlAiULAAiULlAitUAiAAttLLlAiULiAilLLi POPULAR PRICES 25, 35 and 50 Sprinkling Rates For 1909 The sprinkling rate for the season, 1 be- ginning May st and ending November 1st, 1909, in residence section, is 50 foot front and under . . . 8c for each additional foot. $6 $6 Business house rate, each door This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle Hickman Ice & Coal Co. IKCOItl'OllATKD sickness ablo accident 0 Ono reason why wnno men do not get along any better In this world Is because they have not the proper stimulant in tholr home. Their homes luck thoso Utile touches of re flnement which bring; the best out of them, Neatness and taste are possl bli In the poorest homes. Iet a wo man make tho utmosphore as dainty ns her means allow, and she will raise her husband to the same stand urd. And us she olovntes him tho E. offect Is felt upon herself, her chll Your State, County and School Taxes for the year 909 dreu, hor home, und her future Home Vienna. W. Va. "I feel that Inu-nion respond inoro slowly to tho mF Mo to Jjrdla touch of woman's hand displayed In the last are now due, and as this is my last year in office, I shall have their homes and upon tholr surround- tame compound. lugs. Tho task may seem hopeless Woven years ngo I to have my final settlement with State and County Taxes at an to tho wife at times. Hut sooner or was a walking shadow I had been later the effect will show Itself under tho doctor's earlier date than before; therefore shall be forced to make all I hare is something In every man caretmtKotuorclIvf, My husband per- which responds to a higher and gent' suaded mo to try collections as soon as possible. It will be impossible for me to lor lnfluonco. Lot his homo Ik rough J.jdlaK. I'lnkliam'rt and ho will be rough. Hut Infuse in d VeKotatilo if you want to save cost .of garnishee or to that homo n softening touch, bo it and it worked wait'on anyone, so llkon charm, it reevor so simple, and tho man feels It lieved all mr ualus oven though he may not directly no levy meet me or my deputy at the following places and pay: fed misery. 1 advise all sufforlnir tice it. Ho Imbibes It unconscious omen to take Lvilut K. Pinkliam' vegetable compound." Miw. Kjjsia ly, and its offect is Hiiro upon him. Wiikato.y, Vienna, Y Va. 0 J.yuia k. rinkiiarn s vt'eelnb o Com. pound, mado from native roota ;4P . . Don't Reprove at Bedtime. or urn, cuuiains no iiurcoiicsthe HarmTo send tho children happy to bed ful drugs, and holds record should bo 0110 of tho mother's most for tho largest number of actual cures any ordinary tasks. No little one should of female diseases of und similar modi, cine in the country, thousands of dread tho bedtime hour, nor four the voiumary testimonials are on mo in dark, nor be allowed to go to rest the rinkham laboratory at I,vnn. .. under u sense of disgrace or ullmiu-U01- Mass., from women who have been cured from almost every form of from household love. Whatever female complaints, lnllammatlon, til. the child's daytime nautlness may ceration.dlsplucumonts, fibroid tumors, jioriodlc pains, backache, Fulton Books at the City National Bank, at Fulton, have been, ut nightfall ho should be Irregularities,and nervous prostration. forgiven, und go to rest with tho Indigestion Every such owes It at all times, as well as Hickman Books at our office in mother's kiss on his Hps und hor ten herself to sulTeriiiK woman IMnktinmto irlvo Lvdla V.. Vegetable Compound a trial. der voice In his ours. If you would llkoHpcclul tulvlre Hickman. Hardly anything can be worse for your enso wrlto a conlldcn- a young child than to bo scolded or about uui iciior to nirs. I'inkliuni, at punished ut bedtime. Tho mother Lynn. .Muss. Hnr udvlce is Sheriff Fulton Co. does well to bo a little blind ut times, und tUvtuys lieluf uL City Attractions. The Illustration of tho sen-blrdrawn to Its doom by the glare of the mamoth cava ben eon light finds no truer phototype O In the cose of tho country girl or so than Is no earthly need There lured from her home by dreams of much poverty nnd grumbling', as one fortune to be reallozl In the great hears on all sides today. It Is the city. As Ignorant of the wiles of evil fault of education of our children; us mouse u is of the mechanism of n they aro brought up wrong. The c till trap, unsophisticated in the bbtndlsli dron should be broken into respect luents of slits; holding blankly to the and honor tho useful more than tho belief that sheep and goats never ornamental. Every boy and girl should mingle she drops Into the maelstrom be made to work nt somuthlng that of a city existence as n snow flake set would be of profit, till tho second lies Into the river, "One moment nature forms with thuui. A man or white, theu gone forever." There lie woman so educated becomes actually In wait for innocent, the wide world fond of labor or at least pleased with over, a legion of plotting devils array' results, then it becomes a pleasure ed in livery of light, honest npiMKir- to perform It. All children ut nu Ing advertisements that are tent hook early ago should have a bank and be with which devil angles fur souls, taught to save money, or at best tho employers tho who scarcely take the larger part of It. They should not pains to hide the fangs of wolves bebo allowed to waste anything, food hind their smiling lips; boarding clothing, or any other article of val houses Infested with other and more ue. It is tho early impressions form hideous vormlu than the rat and ed on tho mind that are enduring. roach; companionship of mora fatal Very few children trained In the right effects to tho bou! than hydrant water will become paupers, unless direction to the health; counsellors who spin cnused by or some unnvold Whnt a dlffurout world this would bo If only nil at us would cultivate the grace of good natural It Is the best tonic for nurvoue disorders, the surest preservative of homo happiness and Uie most effective remedy for the divorce disease now unhnpptly pre valont. He who has learned how to tnko the most disagreeable things and grievous disappointment good nntur edly may never be n millionaire, but he will bo whnt is much better, both happy nnd a source of happiness, and the atmosphere ho carries with htm will be like n bit of sunshine In the remembering thnt n good deal of childish culpability Is superficial only nnd washes off almost as easily as does dirt which the evening bath re moves from the skin. The muln thing with children Is to have them well started with good principles,' which they wilt carry through life. Obedleucy, truth, un selfishness, und purity nro essentials and these can all tie lovingly oulttvut ed and will flourish In the right home atmosphere. o TAXES! 1 OWES HER LIFE TO That history repeats Itself Is nn axiom that none cnu gnlnsny. Wn boast of our great strides along advanced lines, nnd yet we are often brought face to face with problems thnt were solved nges ngo, of which wo hnva, nor can we form nny clenr idea, This but proves that what we are pleased to term advancement Is but a departure from the customs nnd methods of our forebears Nations long ngo wero barn and. grew to be reckoned na grent powers In their time nnd doubtless were, Judged by the stnndiirds of their time, but of them nothing today remains but memories, nnd foremost Is the thought that they built not wisely, but too well. Home, In nil her boasted glory nnd power, overlooked the foundation on which to build nu enduring structure. True lluy de eloped n rnce of stnlwnrt men und women who wen the admiration of tho world, but this, within Itself, wns not enough. Prom well- bred men nnd women arose a desire for opulence and ease, with the result that Home decayed and passed from the annals of nnllous. The ef fects of Home's undoing will hold good witli any nation from like cause tho centrnlltntlon of wenlth. N Hons to endure, must of necessity tie nations of home owners homo build er people who pride tho home with ult Its sacred associations more than the glnuimor and glitter of the sllur lug dollar. Those who nro led off In a mad chnse for gain, Irrespective of all life's other claims, hnve but one SHre ending whose echo spells de feut. landless man means manles laud. To prove the exclusive force of this nrgumwiit. jou have but to take a peep Into conditions as they oxlst lu Siigiaud and Hussln. re- Hussla has more undeveloped koiiicos than nny other nation of to day, yet Ktula, Is reckoned one of the old nations. Why Is thtsT It Is the result of landless man. Thnt nation, tho richest of all, in resources. U In very truth the poorest, and all because the land is owned and controlled by a few. In Knxlnnd conditions am not so bad. There's not finite such a degree of oppression. und yet even Kngland Is beginning to get alarmed over, the retrogression ut her cltlieiiH. Owning a home brings a sense of security, a finding of part nershlp that ho who owns no homo can never hope to feel, it makes one take a vital Interest in affairs of statu. Today America Is drifting towards lsndlordlsm and It will have the same result here as In those other countries, it menus the losing of the Individualism upon which our nn tlou was conceived and upon which It must rest secure, or losing which, totter nnd decay. Tho harmful of the time uro found in trying to ape after the big fellow and nut being content to do things which nature Intended one should do. It Is a commendable trait In any ones character to try and excel but let us get dow'u to a sane basis of opera tions. 11 us decide to be content with owning and beautifying a home. I,et us resolve that come what may we must and shall be homo owners homo bulldurs. Let's keep the good tend-etiole A!'r M Jvii'i Fr Sheriff; -- rcuit Lourt Clerk, Fr MIS Jailer. school bupcrintendent. iUzs County Alienor; n wf . judge. i . kail t County Attorney. County Court Cleric t. I tzx IMrCnCMnri-n For Sheriff. ' HAS 2. :r ;r For County JAMES ii Judge, ca ;;u For Jailer. W. F BUUMjU. rt Iln Vn.i v wis s ( VlUI i rrtj i i iiiii run l v- -, -, Till! ihinlc v r mnlsi vmi vr, to itarth with inn i pji you may be riv in. i masscr cs t:. Ult R T TYI FH Anpnl i Cottage Hotel... Hl KMAIt, KT Roonjs and Board Reasonable Ratei! work going on lu Hickman. Many Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound nro building homes and still there nro almost a thousand families at the mercy of the landlords. We aro paying you tho cost of collection by selling an Ice Cou pon Hook at a ten per cent discount from tho faco for cash. Hickman Icu & Coal Co. Slogans t5bFREE Sevviuil fu'ya MachiB lighter than y runs other. lasts longer thin my CANCER CURED other. tab FREE Com-poun- Without Knife Hickman, Ky., July, To Whom it May Concern; Home years two I beenn tn suffer wuu a cancer on mv shoulder und thought thoro was no relief for mu wnen Hie cancer began to ent nnd spread. It was about tho sliu of un egg, und was eatlnir lu threo differ. cut places when 1 went to see Dr. Jiorris, ut Hickman. Ky. I began Ink. lug his treatment und In two mouths he cured mo sound und well, not even leaving a scar. .My udvlce to you, If uu ure u suiioror rrom cancer, Is to seo or wrlto I)r .Morris, lie can euro you witiiout Uio uso of a knlfo. TOM A1XKN, Hickman, Ky. U- - mill's below town) is more beautiful IMS any other. FREE .... na 1. m I VIibriti'oa than any other. . Cayce Aug. 25 Crutchfield . Aug. 26 Fulton Aug. 27 and 28 tab FREE is easier to operate than any other. perU y makes a more stitch than any ot"r' t3fcFREE ;,thebtofallm-fcine- J in one. J. T. Seat, -- fr. Tumors. Cliron- Ulcers, Hemorrhoids and Piles, and Goitre without u knlfo. Comu and sue mu. Offlco hours 8 a. m. to i v. m., und all duySaturduy, Is I can euro Cuncers, fREESWMAClg CHICAGO ll Dr. J. C. Morris. mm Fumiii ii- - imk HAM 1''