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The Courier has a Lpankln' Goad Team. Grease the flxles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HO. TOIXMK ni -- H0,i MFM I WE9TEBM iCNTDOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1900. E8TABMBHED IN THE TEAK 1NBO a.lOl THE FAIRIES Byron Wllllamt. A Trip On The Mississippi The lollowlnir article taken from was the Memphis sent to the Courier by our friend T. P. Fortune, formerly of this city and now one of the leading druggists of Memphis. It is not only of interest from a local standpoint but Is a unique description of river travel, scenes and customs: "Come on honey Talk some to Come a sev'n or a lev'n I" me Back on the lower deck the negroes were shooting dice. On deck where the water parted as the note of the steamer plowed its way upstream other negroes were e gathered, singing plaintive, songs. They, too, had, been in the crap game further back and there was a touch of fellowship that Fifteen mutual sot row brings. minutes before they had been glaring at each other to enforce their continual demands of "shake 'em, I knows youse hones', but make 'em rattle in yer han'.M This is a story of a river ride, a trip up the Mississippi from Memphis to St. Louis. If you never were on a three days's river ride you may not understand why the story is begun with a negro craps game. If yon have, you know that, soon after ycu have been aooard you want to inspect the boat. After awhile the green trees along the banks on either side will look about the same. The breeze, cool and fine, will make you want to stretch and before long you will be a party of a half dozen who tll go "down below." You wil have seen a "landing" or two and noticed with what ease the deck hands picked up a barrel and carried it up or down the gang plank. You will notice the mate giving sharp orders and you cannot help but notice the recklessnss of the hands in clambering aboard, sometimes making a jump for the plank after it has begun to soar upAll of ward for the "get-waythis will whet your curiosity to know how much the negroes receive for their work and what they do between landings. Many of the blacks are paid much more than $100 a month. The mate will tell you in the same breath that a negro will not "ship" if he has S15 in his pocket. If he should have such bad luck as to have that much with him and is on the boat, he will either quickly control all the finances of the lower deck cr he will be with the bunch up forward e singing the melodies. Another curious thing about the negroes who receive big wages for their work : They sleep on the coal, on boards that are crossed and uneven, or on a pile of rope, a box for a pillow. Why? Because there is no other place for them. Why? Because if they should go to sleep on a bunk the mate could never get them awake, he says: There was a boat, once upon a time, that had bunks in the hold for the negroes, but they never used them. A negro will not sleep in the hold and there are two good reasons for it. They like the fresh breeze that can be found on almost any part of the boat, outside of the hold, and they prefer to feel that if something would happen they would be near the water and could swim away. You will soon get tired of the negroes, however, for at every landing there is a big crowd of them It is good amusement, though, when things get dull, to go forward and throw nickels aowu to the lower deck and watch the hands scramble for them. If the coins are distributed properly another craps game will be in full swing in a few minutes. A "landing" is always of interest maybe not at first, but it will be after you have bren aboard a day You will not miss one. or two. You will even get up from a nap to see the fun. Sometimes it Is exciting, too. It is hard to get a daily paper on Newi-Sclmitar, 1 for-wa- rd old-tim." old-tim- IMC Doat me world is the same tw days out as it was when you left Memphii, so far as news is con- - T r ' 1 on moonlit nlshta for the Down tha rlrrr, up tha hill where tha lulrral hldea hla jielf. I' ol aky Underneath tha lilac leaf, wit' r.'r. ; c' t waited hlns thWr cry Jtiet behind tha hnrveat hear, fiT v vi . cup, I hava aoucht and their crew Ktmptr Krtn In tha It J r.i t;-- litm " fi'f blue-bell- 'a you aean Hueceia and Fame, fairy daushtrra of a fayT fjlatrn two 1 fain would find fcr me o! ,olH Whara tha woodland pathwaya wind IUrt T c iTUl iter flni r fade away, like the If thry touch you with thalr wanda, you I;- - : ara famoua from that dayl ct a dieanr through the Hava you aan tha altm at pUyt llava lr, t!rr mountain aide, you paatad tha harplra' bandT tjf.i lir day I Ut kt U;m. tatr In hand, Whlla my llrht boldi out to hum, falrjland- i Vlio will tall ma where thay turnt i rn let I Cr bayend, I cn hear Who will rulda a waary wluht to tba away f. a t haunta of fairyland? lla C dorp am UntlM vat. Ilka tha Who will Ud tham hlda a wra In their honayauckla dent lurr '.I Tt d; M In taunting ma Who will upeak to tham and him with your wand ttt'r f.rr'nt revelry llpmti iivl gr.Lllni and (Jtin Mao, mid- - Olva to hltn tha mafia apall of tha faJriaa lf ef tli In tha tlen" wlUerneae! cit t Ilkl Uj e. k' " 'f )f me. In tlx fcr tli 1 i.ir t3 traam. "llo 1lol" wod I have Hara to find an alt. tt r- in ' T pies government and tho rlsht will preDurlnK tiieso years tho mlfihty t3 i'.- - manner In which Ollio vail. Viar tc.4 tp to publla rldlculo nnd rich an army of millionaires havo a - at'ltuJe of tho llcpubll- - been exumpted from taxation, but the j thr turlff Uitm. Thl people nro now aroused. Tbero are a rv.TAc from n rocont inoch two lines of battlo drawn for this Krent contest Under which fins "HI a In ConsruM: hi Mr f Tafi promUed tho country a you stand tho flag of Democracy or rftU:sa t'A a revliloti tlonmwnrd. tho flag of riutocracy? t . tha party alwiya dooa It. pro- "Wo shall win. for proclaims Oils tnotto Itnit,M'!a this rollcf. It aald It "Still, truth In lottors of living light: ta tiiu neonlo nflnr thn lection Th DcmocraUc tiartr anld No question Is ever Battled ti remn u wanted Until It Is sottlod right. flmt to ho v, in "And I will scorn, Mr. Speaker, a .ml off tllB promucj r ;Uf until after thoi'loction government whoHo taxing power prou. became the HcDuullcan nartv In. vides that Iiznrus must dlvldo his . . ' waam to deceive tho pcoplo. And crumbs with the taxgathoror, but MM, now, Mr speaker, tho truth that Dives shall not give up his lal prophecy What a atiamoleaa riches." 'Uiuon ct tho promised O revision Mnird do o behold! Tho FARMERS' TELEPH0NE8. of fh ptoplo by tho rir'y Is written In this Not only do Vou got tho market 'oiue td al thu othor cnd of tll0 quotations, which enables you to sell 'Pltol, for th revision has boon up-r- a your products at tho best prices, but ma tb, ,iuWttra, Ti,0 ronsou your wife also gets the benefit of con RrputI, an purty vening with her neighbors, frlonds would not f the beforo tho cloctlon and rclatlver, after hor domestic they km w If U10y did reform It dutlos are done. You will bo sur tie r s( of tbo IH.op,0 prised to find how cheaply you can I , JUoa 'J J. which they wore so used get oxcullent tolophono servlco. Call regardwouI(j bu UonUa tb()m tho manager for Information y too fatorod few with whom thoy ing our special "Farmers' JJno" rates. r In rarln.rulii.. ni iujr ikiiijw i. Cumberland Telephone A Telegraph II was in the lntorost of I.. Company, Incorporated. JAMES ON HIGH lOLLIE TARIFF. -- t- - aa " f uiuaoiKllcs. nn -- it . l 'uko them so they put v. IMAGINARY. uH olocllou. Mr 8pcaklr, Tho report that was published In this bnttlo for nn In-Ko on. This U tho poo- - tha dally papers from St Ixiula, undo date July 28, that Judgo Harris hnd left Tlptonvllle on account of night ouM O cerned. Sometimes you would cive your ears to see a late paper. This was illustrated recently on the Ferd Herold. iThe boat was going along the Tennessee side, along in the afternoon (nobody on the boat vmtches tle time your fine appetite for the fie meals fixes the daylight into tSree periods ) A small town show ed up ahead. I he passengers were gathered to that side. The toat itemed to be heading for a landing JPresently a man, carrying a suit date, was seen running down a hill toward the landing. He was wav- lng a handkerchief franticalty. Everyone was "for him." They hoped his run in the hot sun would be a success. ..As he neared the river, another roan showed up on the hill. .He, too, was waving for the boat to slop. 3Then a third appeared. TUust behind the third came a crowd on men and boys, ihe tirst man was overtaken. A revolver was thjust into his face and he stopped, dropped his grip and held up his bands. The crowd gradually over tMk the other two men. The first see by this time being on the bank M the river. A man in the crcwd waved his revolver for the boat to go on and he was neara to say : " we win taice care of them." 4" Of course the boat continued its journey without stopping. There wis nothing for it at the landing. Itjintended to take the men until the nature of their haste became apparent. For two days the episode was the great theme of talk on board. Probably the interest will be forgotten soon in the town. By the time the passengers could get a paper, if it ws big enough news for the city pjms, it would be too late. All of tnern would like to know what all the row was about. Occasionally a little pathos and humor will be thrown into a boat landing, both at the same time. Such wasMie case at one place. A boat will stop almost anywhere, and it will stop at any regular landing for anything, as was shown this n time by it stopping for a big. The pig was Icose. By its side was a small boy. By the boy's side was a grown man. The boy was wailing, the pig was grunting and the man looked determined. The nearer the boat approached the bank, the louder the boy wailed and the less the pig grunted. As the gang plank touched the bank the man motioned for the boy He did so under to step aboard. protest, his wails turning into great The pig grunted, looked sobs. around, then at his young master, grunted again, and stepped bravely It was soon on the on the plank. boat. The negroes closed the exit, after the boy got off, the plank was lifted, and the boy soon left far behind, standing on the bank rubbing dirty fists into wet eyes, and the pig was on its way to market. Incidrntly, at the next landing the gang plank swung around into a tree and the boat lurched as it pulled away from the bank. The negroes said there would surely be an accident before St. Louis port would be made, but there wasn't. There are some pilots who now are running beats who say that each year the floods are getting higher and that in the years to come there will be a great flood that will do They blame the much damage. new dikes. One pilot said the Hood in the middle of July of this year was In 1908 the high water lasted from February until July. This year it came unexpectedly. J When it comes to Clothes for the Working Man we lead here too. For we are exclusive agents for ...The CARHAUT BRJIWD... "The Best in the World." SMITH & AMBERG. The passengers were The dikes, some of the pilots say, a palldle. half-grow- unpie-cedenfe- d. nan Furniture Co, ''ISCOKI-OKATIilMf- Funeral Directors And Embalmer... ma't, Kentucky) to rider threats was all n mistake. Judgo Harris' heullh bus not been good for several months, and bu went to St, Louis for treatment, and is getting along nicely, so w'u understand. There wus no truth In the wliolo article. Some reporter of an lmngluury mind wrote tho article up. Ijiku County News, O tmf tllaWa ?wnw Wf w OF SHOWS " - 6 BIG Hippodrome and EiKOS Horse Show $30,000.22 J. W, NEWMAN. K PREMIUMS His Banq coa at)r-,Hln- Dally Races 25-G- reat Flra Works Natrelloand Sldo Shows 25 IliW RAILROAD RATES Secretary. UuliTlllr. Ky. 'mpnont M: Buy your coat now. & Coal Co. Hickman Ice the prediction of some pilots. deface the picture in the daytime. The rivermen say Uncle Sam need A very beautiful little town is not spend several million dollars Hickman, Ky. It shows up well channel, either by day or night. At night making a fourteen-foo- t either. three small lights on the highest proposition is building in the city can be seen for The fourteen-foo- t alright, and they all want it of twenty miles. As the boat leaves course. Here is a theory of one the town going northward, behind is pilot of how to get it at small cost, a pretty display of lights. In the and according to his view, the only daylight the green trees make a beautiful framing for the well-keway it can be done successfully : newly-painte- d residences "Help nature along," is his text. lawns and bluffs. that dot the "You see that row of willows One passenger on the boat, a farmgrowing out into the water?1' he er with a big income, said as the said. "Well, the channel of the boat pulled away from Hickman: river is at the end of them, on the "I am coming back here and see if other side of the river. The eddies the town is as pretty as it looks above the row of willows are de- from the river. If it is, 1 am going positing sand all day and all night. to stay." This farmer left home in The next time you come up the riv- March for a two weeks' trip over er, all above those willows will be the country to find a desirable little land, and the channel will be where city where he could reside. He had it is now, only it will be deeper. It traveled for nearly five months and has a long, straight run and It the river view at Hickman was the cleans Itself. The tow of willows first that pleased him. there makes the channel narrow. A narrow channel grows deeper. Put in enough of those willows at the There ought e a city ordinance proper places and the river will forcing property owners to sweep soon deepen itself, and, by a little the dirt off their walks at least once work at the right places, the river a year. can be narrowed. ' The sides of the river are lined with heavy growths of willows. A willow cutting stuck in the mud will OSTAL CARDS... take root and soon make a big tree with thick roots that hold the sand. Along with the same subject it might be stated that the dikes are a Nearly four thousand. That's nnrrc nf ilanper to steamboats when some as the saying goes. Cards I from one cent up. Comic and the water is high. It is not infre-- i views of the town. Plain and quint for a crowd of men to fire oil a Colored, Printed and Photoboat if they want to wain it that the graphs. water is near the top of the bankss HELM & ELLISON. A boat on the river the other day drifted thirteen miles, afraid to move pt to-b- gradually are holding in more water told to keep away from the side next to a dike, after men on the bank and the river is rising to unheard-o- f heights, the outlet being too small. shot at the boat several times. Twenty years ago when the old rivOne hears much talk about imer got up the water poured over a proving the river front. St. Louis large area of land. Now it is held is in the throes of a campaign to in, and as more dikes are built, tear down the buildings along the higher the water will go, the pilots levee and build a park, so the city say'. will have a good appearance from And some day when the river gets the river. up too high, it will go over a low Memphis has a fine appearance bank and there will be a long deatn from the river, especially at night. list for the papers at least such is There are a few ugly shacks that P 4 HICKMAN COURIER C.v.ri Wr.Uf W. C. KtnlucVr Uks A Business - like view tfoprrlKht NEWS OFTHE STATE Summary of Matters of Special Interest to Our Rcadors CONDENSED FOR CAPITAL NOTES. Object to FUtes. . Ih. Dw" lo.) JSP -- STEER and J. C. SEXTON, Editors and Proprietor. tf i ii 1 mi MtvA ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADVANCE. BUSY PEOPLE. pontofflce at Entered at tha Hickman, Kentucky, second-clas- s mall matter. Settlement BACK TO MATTEAWAN rtTDOE KILLS STILL THAW INSANE. HOLDS Declares lis It Still Laboring Under Thaw Will Carry Delusions Cose to Court of Appeal. latest attempt to gain his Iilxrty met White I'lnlni, N. V. Harry K Thaw's with compute defeat Thursday, when Supreme Court Justice Iauc N. Mill dlauiiMcd tlie writ of haben corpu ami declared that "the release of the would 1 dangerous to the public jieace and safety." The signing of an order sending Thaw back to Mattcawan is all that remains to complete the failure of this latest appeal to the courts. There is no crumb of comfort for Thaw d opinion handed down in the by Justice Mills. All the contentions of his old adversary, District Attorney Jerome, are supported, and it is declared that Thaw is (till insane, still suffering from persistent delusions, and still as much a paranoiac as on the day he shot Stanford White. Thaw, waiting at the White Plains jail at the rear of the court house where the decision was filed, rcceied the news with an outward raininess, which appeared, however, more forced than real. The members of his family and his attorney seemed stunned by the thoroughness of .their defeat. Thaw, declined to give out Vny extended statement, contenting himself with the assertion that he was not disheartened, and would at once continue his fight for liberty. "My next efforts," he said, "will be centered upon the court of appeals, through which I expect to secure a hearing before a jury in my effort to have set ray commitment to Matteawan aside." jn'ti-tion7,000-wor- Eradicate Scale. Arranged. Commissioner of Agrlculturo Ilankla received a letter from II. (Isrmnii, state Winchester, Ky. C. O. Drayton, entomologist, In which ho rsporta tho president of Iho National Union, and Aeeurrrtice of tho Snn Joo Hcale on J. Campbell Cantrlll, president ot tho tho nursery slock belonging to Albert Statu I'nlon of the American Society It. Shnrron. of Piulurah. McCrncken county, Ky. Commissioner Itankln of Kqulty, met here- - with tho Execu tive Committee ot the Hurley Tobatco wilt take steps at once to eradicate the scale. Society and reached a iorfectly amicable settlement of tho dlffsmieea between tho American Sorlely of Kqulty and the Hurley Tobacco Society, jnd left In good spirit, nil agreeing to push the pooling of the 1909 crop un Fullerton, Ky The twentieth nn- der the present pledge. nunl session of Kentucky Knights ot the Golden Kagle convened In (I ray-s- on SUIT FILED IN FRANKFORT Vfl of Differences Between American Society of Equity and Durly Tobseeo Society Amicably Complaint was filed before the stats rnllmfil niminlssloii by Iho statri bohnl of ngrlculfure, In rliargtf 6f the Ken tucky state fair, tlint execsBlvorxUir-- . tlontae nml unlawful ratos nro bom charged by tho Kentucky and Indiana Ilrtrigc Co. for the awltaliing of rars loaded with exhibits for tho tnlr from tho various railroads with which the K. and I. Ilrldso Co. has physical connection at rVqulavlllo to thd statu fair grounds. mam Spittle 11 Pnilti...i .. "'lyr... ""uUl,ri) Ml (till I Oil I Pius;. ,, mJ ti . .r n i I 'Th "'iiuine Mutt IB UAHIrHV .. IIWr WHAT HE ritFUSF ttiotT,... FOUND HARD The Commonwcaltl with V John D. Rockefeller Say M I the Duty of Every of Others. On to Drlng Lloht Into the Live STANDARD OIL GO. HIT CAN FLYJOOO MILES MUST PAY AD VALOREM ON OIL SAYS IN IMPORTED TIN. Philippine Tariff Duty Hitch Com in ths Drawback Provision of th Nw Law. Washington. The Standard Oil Com pany will have to pay a duty of 10 per cent, ad valorem on oil it has imported into the Pnillppine Islands since the new tariff bill became effective, although oil under that measure is admitted into the United States and thu- Philippine free of duty. Tliis Imposition of the duty results from the fact that the oil questiun, although of the "growth and product of the United Slates," it was put in cans made from imported tin on which the Standard had accepted a drawback iu view of the fact that the tins were for the exoprt trade. Under a decision by CoL George C. Colton. collector of custom for the Phil ippines, the content of such containers are subject to the same duty as wa applied to the contained when originally imported. Had the Stundard not asked for ami received the drawback or tin used in making its cans, its oil, together with would have been admitted Intothc Philippines free of duty. The decision wil apply to large quan tities of canned meats, vegetables and fruits shipiied to the islands, as well is other products. Sail ORVILLE WRIGHT CAN MAKE 10 MILES AN HOUR. for Germany, Where H Will Teach Member of th Berlin Aro Club How to Fly. PUNISHMENT FOR OFFICERS Board of Investigation at Manila Makes Report. Manila. The high ranking constabulary board which, tat from July 20 to Aug. 6, investigating the Daao mutiny, which occurred June 0, submitted a report, recommending severe punishment for four of the officers who liad charge of the mutinous company. The board examined numerous including several of the captured mutineers, and Tts report is approvad by Ilrig.-GcHurry Handoholtz, chief of the Philippine constabulary. The investigators demand the resigna tions of Capt. Platka and Lieut Duns-or til, on the ground that they are lack ing in the proper qualifications for officers, and recommend the dismissal of Lieut. Debelano for unjustly punishing privates before the mutiny and for aban doning his po-tt- IRRIGATORS ASK FOR BILLIONS National Irrigation Congress Wants "Ample Fund." Spokane, Wash. Delegates to the National Irrigation Congress set about to relieve the arid land situation Wednesday, when resolutions beginning with a request for "ample fund," and ending witli a resolution asking for a fund of $5,000,000,000 were introduced. r The resolution for a national 3 cent, bond isfuu of .$5,000,000,000 was introduced by the secretary of the board of control, Arthur Hooker, of Spokane. It is proposed to uo this fund In live portion, as follows s ' One billion for drainage) one billion for irrigation; one billion for deep waterways; one "trillion for good roads, and one billion for forest preervation. It was asked, .that a committee preIt. A. sent the request' to congress. Hallinger, secretary of the interior, and George Otis Smith, director of the geo logical survey, spoke on the classifica tion of public lands. Secretary llallinger, of the interior, siioke on the attitude of the admlnis trntion toward the reclamation of arid land in the Wot. STRIKERS ARE SUED. New York. Off to Europe with lit sister, Katherlne, on the North German Lloyd liner Kron Priniessin Cccillc, Or ville Wright declared Tuesday that he would spend a full month in llerlln, where ho will teach the member of the German Aero Club how to tly. Then Mr. Wright will return to this cduntry, only to go to Europe soon glii with his brother, Wilbur, when they will together take up some "big work." Just what this work contemplated Is Orville Wright would not say before his deiwrt-lirebut it was understood that the brothers would seek new records anJ new honors in their field. , Tho German emperor i expected to witness several of the flights of drvillo Wright around llerlln. Kmperor W Ilium is keenly interested In aeronautic. lWfore the steamship's hawsers were cast off Mr. Wright made two state ments of interest, one especially, so for New Yorker. This was an acknowledg ment that he and his brother had re ceived an invitation to give an dilution celebration, during the Hudson-Fultucoupled with tho remark: "The copIe of New l ork will soon have an opportunity to eee u fly." The other was an Indirect declaration that the Wright aeroplane can Ity one thousand miles. About this he said) "At the preent time we carry enough fuel to stay in the air for twenty-livminutes. This cannot be duplicated by any one else, so far as we know, and is due to the fart that we hair so ar- ranged our surinres as 10 give me iiign rst possible efficiency." The average rate of speed of a Wright machine is forty miles an hour, so the Wright have now soken for the first time with respect to their ability to lly a distance (if one thousand miles. , n e Tin Flat Concern Want $200,000 in Damage; x WILL SETTLE TOBACCO FIGHT Burlay Society and Society of Equity Get Together. Winchester, Ky. Propositions looking to a settlement of the differences! that have sprung up between tho American Society of Kqulty and the Hurley Tobacco Society were submitted at a conference here Tuesday. O. C Drajton, of Gainesville, HI., president of the Ameri can Society of Kqulty, and Congressman J. Campbell Cautrill, of Kentucky, for the state organization of that society, received from the Hurley Society leaders a proposed plan for a settlement of differences, and it Is believed peace will be established. The Hurley Society will pay over (o each county the money due for tobacco sold within ten day after it is received at headquarters, and will ay $10,000, to the state organization of the Society of Kqulty and the other to the national organization. A meeting of the of the National Society of director Kqulty will be held Monday, Aug. 10, at Indianajiolii, and President Drayton will recommend the acceptance of terms one-ha- lf of the strik Newcastle, Pa. Fifty-siing employes of the American Sheet Iron and Tin Plate Company' plants in this city were served with summons Iliursday to appear before the I'nitcd States circuit court at Pittsburg in September to answer suit for $200,000 damages, en tered by the American company, a subsidiary of the United States Steel Cor poration. The bill of particulars states that the American Sheet and Tin Plate Company have $10,000,000 invested here, and employ 3,000 men. The American company defendants have con' claims the fifty-sispired tp prevent 3,000 employes from ANOTHER BLOW AT NEGROES working peacefully. It is alleged also that the profits of the company have Wen affected by the action of the de Not Allowed to Use Lodge Names Like Whites In Georgia. fendants in preventing the company from Atlanta, Ga. The bill to prevent neoperating its plant. gro social or fraternal organizations from using the names, Insignia or rit Baptists Get Bequests. Kv. The will of Theodore ual of established "societies or corpoLouisville. rations, whether social, benevolent or Harris, banker, gives $00,000 to the charitable," was passed by the house Southern Uaptist Seminary, $100,000 toWednesday, and now needs only the ward a university in Louisville, under governor's signature to make a law. Uaptist control, provided $000,000 more The vote was unanimous for the bill. is raised. After payment of bequest to Organizations whose right aro In the familv the remainder of the estate vaded under tho bill havu recourse to General Association of llup-tUgoes to tho Injunction, and thoso found guilty of In Kentucky, to establish the Theo violation will be subject to u Hue and dore Harris Fund, to build new churches imprisonment. and aid needy churches by loans. The bill neither mention the negro or any other race, but Itepresentative Get $2,500. Bank Robbers Kills, in explaining it before passage, Hank of suld that Its intent was to restrain "the AVavcrly, III. The Farmer Franklin, a town of 600 Inhabitants, six colored brother" from Imitating white miles west of here, was robbed of $1,250 organizations, particularly the Knight J lie casmer tras me oniy Thursday. of Pythia and 1.1k. jnan in tho bank. The roblier entered "MISS SANTA CLAUS" DEAD. and wanted a $100 bill fur some smaller one. Mr. Wright, the cashier, went to Miss Elitabeth Phillips Kills Self In the vault and brought nut $3,500 in bills Tho robber Jumped through the window, A. Klltabcth Philadelphia. Miss, grabbed the bills and escaped through the Phillips, widely known us "Mln Santa rear door. Clam," committed suicide Wednesday by inhaling Illuminating gas. Pinned Kills Girl Shoots Self. to the woman' clothing was a note, became VIctorlal which Chicago. Angered rradi "I have been in failing Kuualoc failed to reciprocate Ills ante health for some time, I have always tlon, Thomas Katsiie boarded a street tried to do my best for mankind." Mis car upon which tha girl was riding ana Phillip enjoyud almost u national repshot and killed her Katsnes then shot utation by reason of her work at Christhimself, but indicted only a slight inas time among the poor children. wound. x offered. A meeting of the state board of the society will lie called to meet ut Howling Green, Ky., Aug. 10, and President Can- trill also will recommend the orceptanco of the term. Boys Fight Duel. San Antonio, Tex. O. Slaughter and Jesse Jenkins, each 17 years uf age, en gaged in a duel over the affections of a young woman. Slaughter was slashed across the stomach five times, Jenkins is under arrest. Iitilsville. Ky. Col. Al llotjrllcr, WILLS0N MAY RESIGN. one of the best known theatrical men Fat Federal Position Open to Ken of the country, who for many years' managed tho affairs ot Iho Masonic tucky's Governor. Lexington, Ky. A story to the euVtt Theater In this city, lias been apthat Gov. Augustus ):. Willson will pointed manager of tho (laloly Thea soon quit his job as governor of Ken ter. tucky to take a isnitioii with the Taft Ixiulsvllle, Ky William Wood. Cfi administration was printed Wednesday by the Lexington Curette, a Democratic one of tho host known river uiml newspaper. Iho story states that sev neers on tho Ohlq and MUslssIpp eral jobs are being considered by him, livers, drowned In the Ohio rvor near ami that be run to either a federal tho New Albany wharf. Mr. Wood had judge one uf the principal men lu the been on the river half a century, first department of juitico or the minister in cabla boy and later us an engineer to Peru. Against Kentucky Traction isville to Recover Back Taxes. Frankfort. Ky. For the commo- nKy. Wallace Miller, Hnpklnsvllle. wealth Arthur K. Hopkins, of the negro who msdo Indecent propvllle. filed suit In tho state fiscal court osal to and attempted to assault here against the Kentucky Traction Miss l.ula Wadllncton. tho to recover bacU daughter nt Tom Wadllngton, a promi Co.. of toulsvllle, taxes amounting to $35,000 and penalnent Trie county tanner, was lynched ties amounting to $7,000. Hopkins by a mob. will get the penalties If he secure a Ho allege that the comJudgment. Hrownsvllle, Ky Night rider at pany Incorporated for $6,000 and InSprings visited the homo of An tho capital stock to $S.0OO.000, creased drew Karris, near Grassland, Ky , and and has not been pnylnK taxea on Iho gave him a seven? whipping wUh up difference. The case will come hickory switches and warned him to Judge It. 1 Stout In November. They alio leave Kdmonson county. whipped the Oott sister. DAIRYMEN PROTEST Ky. Krsnk L llroear. Louisville, Against Enforcement of Tuberculin Knight Templar and a former presi Test. general council, died at jiutavllle. Ky In nrotest acalnst dent ot Iho Mr. llroear had Uikrlsnd asylum. th,. iinfnreement of Ihif tuberculin test been confined there for two months, of dairy herds, an oRlclal statement bis health having been shattered by was Issued ly the Dairymen a I'rotee-ilv- i. worry over family and financial af nunrlntlnn which eharrea that the fairs. aro exceeding slate health official their nythorlty In enforcing trie tesi. Kr. Senator Forakrr of Th nssnelatlon declares that otllcUM Ohtn has arcenleil an Invitation to are acting Illegally In "killing onttle mmji In this Hrv anil ilttllrnr an ad on suspicion." The statement Is sinn dress at the Kentucky state fair ed by A. J. Welkel, president grounds during n fair to bo neM by the colored people of the state Iho ENJOINED SCHOOL BOARD week following the close ot tne annual state fair. From Carrying on ths Consolidated School. taulsvllte. Ky Theodore Harris, Paducah Kr If the decision of Clr 72, president of the Itilavllle Nation cult Judge Itccd Is sustslncM by the Hanking Co.. and one of the most court of anneal there win be no eon al Ha prominent bankers In tho south, died colldated schools In Kentucky. ot a complication of diseases. Ho was held that the transportation of puplh public widely known as the father ot Miss was an lllennl expenditure of y.udle Harris, noted In Huropean cap money, and enjoined tho county scnooi itals as a planlsto, hoard from cawing on ino consou dated school. McCracVen was the tlrat Lexington, Ky. Attorney Charles II. county In the state to experiment with Stoll failed at the hearing of the w.v consolidated schools. ter contract Injunction caie In circuit court In his effort to make cood hti Ky. The lxlntton avowal that Mayor John Sknln I a champion saddle gelding, Kentucky stockholder In the Loxingtone Water Choice, recently purchased by J. II. works Co, and that stock belonglnj; Campbell, of Columbus, O.. from (lay to him Is held by dummies. Hrothers for $6,000. was Injured at tho of Gay llrolhors, at Plssah. farm l.ilnrton. Kv. A conference of In While ravortlnK In his stall the horse surant democrats was hold at tho knocked down a pitchfork, and one of Heed hotel hern to consider plans for the tines entered one of his less. Tno an independent union iickci ror roun-l- y offices. While nobody present horse Is Improving, and Horace (Say Is of tho opinion that he will be able to wnniii lam rnr iiuniieaiion it wbi fill his engagement at the Hluo (Iran learned on reliable authority that no fair. Kentucky Choice will go to the dennuo action was taken. Btato fair at Louisville, and will also Mcholasvllle. Ky. Thomas II. Ste be seen at the International snow at vens sold tho historic Stevens homo Chicago. snd 200 seres of land al llonnesboro, Winchester, Ky. Capt. Ellis Hax- - to Dr. W. J. Williams, of Ford, Ky.. at tcr, while attempting to cross the about $i0 an aero. The farm embracos I,outsvllte and Xashvlllo Itallroad In n the site ot tho old fort wheru lloon-- j wagon, on Main street here, was and otaer Virginians and Kentucklans struck by a fast train and probably fought the Indians and tho llrltlsti fatally Injured. Ho has been com Louisville, Ky. The Shippers' Tomunderof John 8. Williams Co, U. V. bacco Warehouse Co. has sold out to C. and la a prominent official In the the Umlsvlllo Tobacco Warehouse Co. local Maaonlc Tho Shippers company waa organized to fight the Ixulsvllle company, and Paducah. Ky. On motion of the announced Its Intention to "whip tho commonwealth's attornoy tho 47 esse trust." Tho house had never opened wero dlsmUsed In the for business, but sold for a handsomo for nlght-rldlCalloway circuit court at Murray profit. Convictions were Imposilblo under Lexington, Ky. Tho ahow of HereIho ruling of tho Appollate Court that evidence of a general conspiracy was ford cattle at tho Hluo Hrasa Fair was probably the best over seen In Kennot admissible. tucky. Ttio herd of (llltner Hro.. Louisville, Ky. Threo firemen wero Kmlnonce, Ky.; I.uco It Moxley, ShelInjured, three horses burned to death by ville, Ky.; J. - Vannata, Lafayand Manager Trudeau narrowly fa ette. Ind., and Warren T. McCray, enped death, when, for the second tlmo Kentland, Ind., figured chiefly In tho within the year, tho feed elevator of awards. C. P. Dodd & Co. was totally destroyed Lexington, Ky. Information Of tho by fire. Ixiss $20,000, covered by in deaths of threo Lexlngtonlun at other surance. Origin unknown. points was received here. J. Will VrnnVfort Kv This cltv Is to have prominent In tho lumber trade, a pew bank. Among those to sub- riled lu John Hopkins hospital at Vernon II. Hogers, member scribe for stock aru A. J. It ridges, X. In I). Smith, 8, W. Scott. Kelly Smlther, ot a largo family of land owner A. I). Culvert, Howcn Henry, H. u. this and adjoining counties, died at Hicatt. J. C. McDonald, William Hoattle. 8. A. Charles, for many yeara Hutchison. It. W. Wlnente. 1. J. O'llrl- - general manager ot tho Islington en and others. Tho bank will start Waterworks Co., died at San Perdo, Cul. about January 1. ll-0 bo-fo- re ng IFor-syt- he, re. Co. of Lou rhair, and John O. Itlley. uf Crayson, (Irand Master ot Kccords. In tho Ja. H. Mnunln, of Kutcr-prls- e. "Hit ultln ...., ..,U1 v. .E. . w to havo de rer.tar 3 fak -- ' . " w m,, nui J Oii TO t scarce nosiadara i. : &. . f. .... . Like an Carth-.n- i. Former High S! e- Mlddlebroolis. h I ri siti land lake stands car on ttone and cemtnt f.,;".;.!, nnUKCBCU o. k tij si niornlne br lnmt r- . act shook his bungalow l.lj u raor. Ha ssvb Ihst sffA. ,k . i. had been shaken out cf s t li be, not wlsting to dr.ij, i 7itz to ascertain tie r3.; tf n. . He found, he sirs i frog had Its txd d r kIv jt n,,n. -- -- - - t ti' six tiountts tlVB croaked the bungaicw hook. . . . strong rope and inn h v. cn-s- .j 'i rcl tiKi , his tirnrwrtT br frog. Wlnsted New otX World ri Ij-j- ft. t ' Valuable Knejedgt S;rtJ j Kvery dsv t ; ijcftji crults In th war ags - t V- t-i c- and every day br ng Tit tbn flghtlDE of tho tlonal aHoclatioa ir.i "ttUtl! present degree c la're:t U r iei -- f .i rormeil on the war 12 nt! cure tuberculosis, and c: :rc Infectious nature of tbe i:M things In panic Jar are woraiDK nil,,, ivimnl.1 me unneu cnairs lsii to on culosls eases, sad consumption. r.f " t ' a' 3 Cf t. A Sunday Simon. It One must acrepl I 'e " gives us great tar; wlso enough to tee f ani ' too. tint that Is life II you wouiu iLase ici I,. In r.irrrl T .f i tn vi.s sn,i lurn 10 nr ? the pressure of a trie s: r encouragement cf a tc- - :f Sorrows snJ troa'Jca i: w should tesrh one a sri-- -. .lesson of unuersal s.ndttaVork Times. in Migni rw" ON FOOD Prooer food Is cau ncaltn. .. ii.v lor a lime uuui .k... fca4tt . - . ( I'M kinds of trouble foiliws. The nroper ar i.i la to shift to tne pjre for It as" mnniisiinn mi. ii'iiinsn sbhvh " n,.vnii itt'l tro -- fat. h.1 Ifrnaf If iff II Till III Uoublo and couia noi .... m itonica u i " --- I.. sore jcoiiikept up until -i I -- ' !.. a iiiiu- - argument, Induced m .... t) -- men unrth Pvlng. ...i irr f!rane". I aJw ;" . "Although I had pui commenced to use it, m find that It without tho usual P inmyeiui" So 1 kept on .nnrkfd snown, ior " ...nrarSw ItnlTOI"-"-- ii. ,,.,,! fir ork lo ..liknnt nnln or distress. cou Very soon the yello nB noruiu ,, ,.. .' The Initial session of the. Y. M. I. was held at Trinity ..bl Council hall. Nearly every delegato fAtiinP i ihil am 6trcngth and wclg" to w from the Kentucky Jurisdiction, comeu Jy nnd I went hack posed of tho states of Kentucky, rctiowed n,',Uo.B',w wosal and Missouri, wua lu attendToday lam ance. and I c tnC as well aa body U genFrankfort, Ky A. I). Martin, this oatural f oCttfieral manager ot tho Ford & Johnson Thcro's a iicas"Informed Chnrle Co., of this city. . ,,, Irlon, manager of the plant here, that book. 'The tho company had secured ths contract -, ur (a for furnishing the new South Dakota une l'i"-Interest. capltol at $120,000. Ixmlsvllle, Ky pcareu heavy reel and mrn - nl''V ; - . , iW!t. , (lttr Ton-ness- - bnt Jind Been net on tha dtillbt In tho Interests of one or two cowp-nl- Ilt os ID nf 47 CONGRESS ADJOURNS and Then Adopts Reso- vorrcciiiig mi: uuKcr. placed Wednesday. Culberson answered, I knew there wa a plot to pass that particular resolution In tho sonato and kill It In tho houso. McCumbor cor- that monopotlxod tho manufacture of hagglrig In this country Aldrlch said the proposition for freo bngglng should remain In tho McCumber Joint resolution, whero It was roborated this Rtatemcnt A motion mnde by Aldrlch to lay amendflio Culberson free bagging . ment on the table was carried, Stono ID.), Missouri, then otforcd an amendment to place shoos, harness and other leather goods on tho fro list This was also laid on tho table, ,43-26- to 31 ltition 43 21. Taft Issuss Ststement. President Taft gavo out a statement giving his views of the new tariff act, QUICKLY APPHQVES THE ENAGTMENT which ho designates officially as tha "I'ayno bill," In accordanco with past 'custom of giving first recognition to the framcr of tbo mensuro la tho ... W.n m the President anil the Battle Over Rr. house of representatives. Luiire i ncii !? Tho statement In part follows: vision, Which lias nccn un ior more inan rour "I havo signed tho Payno tariff bill becauao I bellovo It to bo tho result Months, Is Ended Amendments of slnrero effort on the part of tho Arc Voted Down. Qepubllcnn party to make a downward revision, nnd to comply with tho promises of tho platform as they have Housn to notify tho president of their been generally understood, and as I Interpreted them In ths campaign liRONOUOaV OF TMB I decision. Both Houmi Adopt "Joker" Schedule. election. Tho concurrent resolution making "This Is not a perfect tariff bill, or . reductions In tho leather schodulos a completo compllanco with tho .....Il.nr If""'. then wm taken up by tbo aenato nnd promises mado atrlctly Interpreted but to revlso tbo ,; Cf adopted unanimously. Tbo resolua fulfillment freo from criticism In retion was then sent to the bouse. spect to a subject matter Involving convened. a Illir k u 4 ha.rinan Payne, of Almost ernry member of tho lower many schedules and thousands of body waa In his seat and tho debate articles coutd not bo cxpocted. It sufwaa short Tho resolution received fices to say that except with regard ,: Introduced a P'0 an almost unanimous vlru voce vote to whisky, liquors and wines and In " .. I I. Ill nn.l and Immediately was sent to President regard to silks and aa to aomo lit'' i'CJ,e , Taft for his signature of cottons all of which may . The houso shoved tho clock ahead be treated as luxuries and proper subc " I Apr I" jects of a revenuo tariff there havo and adjourned slno die at C;38. tjlll with Cannon Reducsa Insurgent Chairman. been very few Increases In rates. '..-"This Is not a freo trado bill. It y.i t. Speaker Cannon announced the i . j. question j v . I ,(t - ...... n , shifted membership of tho ccmnnlttco for the was not Intended to bo. Tho Repubi. a NiHmil Slxty flrat Congress. In the changes lican party did not promlso to make a ,:1 cit to conference cow of chairman two Insurgents were re- freo trade bill. "It promised to make tbo rates produced In rank. Cooper, Wisconsin, Is reduco them when rferees h. t . ,en' ana It wan reached - succctdod by Olmsted of Pennsylvania tective, but to dlffcrenco between they the signed as chairman of Insular affairs, Gard- exceeded tho M rf ner of Massachusetts, who la chair- cost of production abroad and hero, id rcj:r'I to the houso. making allowance for tho greater , Lie adopted confer man of Industrials, arts and exposi-3 ; .1 at;d passed bill. tions, la succedud by llodcnbcrg of normal profit on actlvo investments conhere. I bellovo that while this excess A iS- cf Scnste adoptedpassea- - Illinois. reduced In a number of r ri.icit and Tho liousn referred tho McCumber has notInbeengreat cases, a majority, tho rates Joint resolution, amending the drawa it : President signed tariff back provision of tho tariff bill to the aro such as aro nccossary to protect commlttco on ways and meana, whers American Industries, but aro low enough in coso of abormal Increaio of .t ne tariff Uw it f 19 It will sleep until next winter. demand, arid raising of prices, to perJ nr. Cf ti Bailey Says taw Robs Consumers. mit the possibility of the importation Senator Ilalley of Texas mode the TIjo tariff roTlilon final speech on tho tariff bill on be- of tho foreign artlclo and thus to preHi; vent excessive prices. in mo pout- - half of the Democrats, .j gj l ascribed "The power granted to tbo execu-tlvthe- - tho country a I; i defeats of tbo Democracy In 1691 under the maximum and minij t. l now a fact and 1S9C to mis representations of tho mum clauso may bo exercised to Ip ' Taft affixed hu signature Wilson tariff bill. secure the removal of obstacles which ji and tin) lone struggle Ho declared Aldrlch would not deny Ill Ltrn In progress nioro than tho averago rates of tho pending bill havo been lnInterposedofby foreign govundue and untbo way ernments r "i was over were higher than those of tho Dlngley fair discrimination ngalnat American IAN s icsa'o bad passed the bill law. Aldrlch did deny It, whereupon merchandise and products, cf 47 to 31, and alao put ! 1 1: waa not time to ' rtnearrent resolution fix- - llalley aald there "Tho Philippine tariff section I have arguo out the contradiction, but he struggled to sccuro for ten years past, Ir v.t lrh:T n hedulca. tho latter would rcltcrata that the average and It gratifies me exceedingly by my I.: tjf-- be jc whero la wa grrct- - duties were higher in tho ! ) ;; o ind toon nloptol, re-bill than In the Dlngtey law. tl t i.coituro of Hioakcr Can- ln closing Ualley advised tho Republicans to suggest to tho beneficiaries r.Jltert!! am who oted against of tho law to revel In Its benefits JfTt 'o at followi: whllo they could. "For." ho said. "It Ilriftnw, Clapp, Cum-- i Is tho last license tho American con'. UPWAIID. iir UFollotto and Nelson. gress will ever oxtend to them to rob Cotton hosiery valued nt not moro tho American consumers. than $1 per doxen Increased from SO iTru A ' h. Ilorah. Itnurlo. Itrsd. l)y this time, with tho clock pointI? r ;: v llrown, llulkloy. Ilur- - ing 10 minutes to tho llmo set for tho to 70 cents per dozen pairs. Fancy soaps, from 15 cents per llurrowi, Ilurton, Car- - taking of tho vote, tbo galleries vvoro pound to SO per cent ad valorem. .ik of Uyomlnc. Crane. Craw- - crowded. .'1 C. a. Curlli. Dcrn-w- . IllrV. Oxalic acid, from froe to 2 cents per A majority of tho spectators were ?i 5 Kikini. nint. lYviv women. Kvery senator ablo to bo la pound. C..rntclm, Hale. Hepburn. town was in his aoat Hack to tho Steel, atructural, punched, from 30 s, Jcnci, Kean. Lodeo. hall representatives and clerks stood to 45 per cont ,nd valorem. fr Mrinbrr, Oliver. ! ace. IVn- - In rows four deep. IUtors, general Increase. . Ptrklni, l'jrUi, Hoot. Scott, Conferees Reduced 110 Articles. par Shingles, lp a, cf M! hUan. amoot, Stephen- - It was In this Improsjlvo sotting thousand. from 30 to 50 cents ar!sclind. Warnor and Wclmnrn Aldrlch arose In bis scat that Senator Hops, from 12 to 1C cents por pound. f'.y.. aci. to mako tho last argument In favor of Pino apples, from S7 to IS per thouNiti Tfon. tlallrv. rtintiti totho bill which will bear bis narno, ti-rU!Clay, Culbcrion, Daniel, gether with that of Chairman Payne sand. Lemons, from 1 cent to 1H cents rt'-tc- r Ko.tfr, IVnter. Core, of tho houso way and means compor pound. fiaftiti, MrUurln. Martin. KuwUnH. tho mensuro was Wlnoa and liquors, IS per cent. I'lfcia, ra!nter, Hayner. ShlToloy.' mittee. Ho declared act that had ever tho most Important Hemp, from 20 to 22 cents per ton. Smith of Marvlaml. Stnnn. conboen passed by tbo American laces, from CO to 70 per HfTerldK. Urlitow. Matt. gress. cont i)r:i!rer. Lalr)llett and Ho regretted the bill would not re M!-IMr clothing, from 33 to SO per cent. Kepubllrini. approval of tho Al'hfjjh It Wl flfartr unn mln. eclvo tho unanimous Fireworks, from 20 per cent ad valoRepublicans. Ho challenged any senarem to 12 cents per pound. 5 whin tho prealdent Wflx-lM- i tor to point out anything In tbo schedJewelry, graded Increase on higher-price!r,ature. ho added tho wordi. ules subject to a protective duty upon articles. nta minutea after 5 o'clock, which any monopoly had boon or Pencil leads, slightly. I 1S0J," md appended hla Inl-'- I could bo established. Ho submitted a Lithographic prlnta, etc., most class,r.Am Utrr Ihraa "wiub, , . tmuirumiciy statement showing that tho aenato es Increased. he took un a eolit nmi conferees bad reduced acnato rates on Opium nnd cocaine, Increased 10 ln ,hs hW?a. ,,,(naiufu''"IPl'Inea. and af- - 110 articles. per ounco. o tho l'hlllpplno T Aldrlch concluded by saying tbero cents rw Cocoa. Increased 5 cents per pound. til. Thn iun uiit, .i.i.i. i. had never been a bill so certain to tha Payne Aldrlch DOWNWARD. tw4 Pen owned by bill was a produce prosperity. Coal (bituminous), from G7 to 45 Chairman Sherman Orders Vote Called. Immediately after tho Ilhode Island cents per ton. R.turrt to White House In Qale. Agricultural Implements, from 20 senator sat down Vlco President Sherto 15 per cont. man put tho question on the adoption P from 1.95 report and ordered w 1"1,1"'dla'ly after tho proa- - of tho conferencecalled. Tho voto waa Sugar,from 12 to cents to 1.90 cents, 11 cents per hunSalt, tho voto to bo ,0 tho White dred pounds, llou.o hU auto- - 47 to 31. i an luroush a Carpet and mats, from 5 cents per perfect sale. Then the senate took up consideraworK after tion of tho concurrent resolution squaro yard and 35 per cent ad va"" w "" chnnglng tho rates on boots, shoes and lorem to 4 cents per squaro yard and n "0UE0" Thura-vL0 toathor, Immcd'ftoly after the tariff 30 per cent ad valorem. Wl 10 a,JJor, 4 Wool tops, yarns and cloths with a t C bill vote. Senator Culberson of Texas Id ,ondmR Senators Aldrlch and offered an amundmcnt to plnco cotton cotton warp, reduced 5 per ceut. pi, ' 4?J. ""Pfe-'tatlveof a cent per qiark. bagging on tho freo list It has been Wood pulp, from 11' "uu rorunoy to tho WhlU mado free In tho aenato bill, he said, pound to free list. ti bo-fo- re r" high-class- ..i.i. , -- red III slgnaturo to give It llio effect of law. am sure it will grpally lnc;eas(. the trado between tho two countrlfS. and It will do much to build up tho Philippines In a healthful prosperity. "Tho bdmlnlstratlvo clauses of the Mil and the customs court are admirably adapted to secure a moro uniform and a moro speedy final construction of tho meaning of the law. "Tho corporatlsn tax la a Just and equtablo excise measure, which it Is hoped will produce a sufficient amount to prevent a deficit and which Incidentally will sccuro valauable statistics and Information concornlng the many corporations of the country, and wltl constitute an Important stop toward that degree of publicity and regulation which tho tendency In corporate enterprises In the last twenty years has shown to bo necessary.'' No Indications of Hostility. Six o'clock was agreed upon by the two houses as tho hour for final adjournment. Senators loltorcd about until tho arrival of that hour. Democrats and Republicans, regular and Irregular, forrood llttlo social groups with no Indication of hostility. A resolution offered by Mr. Culbor-son-, expressing the appreciation of tho sonato for tho ablo and Impartial manhad ner In which tbo presided over tho sessions of that body, was adopted. In especially happy, languago Mr. Sherman thanked tho senate for the courteous treatment which had Leon extended toward him at all times His life In the acnato, ho sold, had been mado a continual plcasuro by the consideration that had been shown him at all times. Concluding his remarks, by wishing tho ncnators a happy return to their homes, ho declared tho extraordinary Congress adsession of tho Sixty-firs- t journed "without day." A burst of applause was accorded as ho laid down tho tho gavel of bis authority and at 6:61 p. m., two minutes In odvanco of tho time fixed the acnato adjourned slno I LsWalil More Daylight Plan Is Not Popular referred tho question to tbo two commercial organizations for oxprcssjon of opinion aa to whether a municipal regulation along that line should be adopted for the District of Columbia. Since the boom first landed In the nntlqnnl capital through tho aid of the Cincinnati organization, It has been a continuous candidate for a homo for tho friendless, ll has discovered that so far as It is concerned the business men of Washington aro frigid and distant Not a letter, not even a postal card has been written to district officials In its behalf. Commissioner Macfarland has deter mined to reply to the National Daylight Association, of Cincinnati that ha docs not consider it advisable to suggest as tho association desired the adoption of a law here, similar to the Cincinnati ordinance, for "more daylight" He will stato that the expres- WASHINGTON. not want to save daylight The proposition to have the bands of the clock In the summer time Indlcnte that It Is nlno o'clock when in reality It Is only eight o'clock docs not meet with favor in their eyes, The national capital has been strug gling along under standard sun tlmo In tho summer tlmo for a good many years, In the opinion of Its conservative business leaders. They have decided that tho city can contlnuo to do the same In tho future. Member of the two trado bodies i tho bonrd of trade" and the chamber of commerce have decided that they can savo trouble by not saving daylight by fooling with tho hands of tho city's clocks Mny 1 and October 1. Tbey have so notified Commissioner Wnshlngton j- r t- A i-- " dn o A i'u -iS Payno-Aldrlc- h ,a'-i- Comparison of the Dingley Tariff with the New Law Now Effective "r.- X I'citi. a, i High-price- Macfarland. When the president of the bonrd of district commissioners received a suggestion from the National Daylight Association of Cincinnati that the die. bands of the clock In Washington be With Its members almost exhausted turned forward an hour May 1 and from the beat and arduous labors of turned back an hour October 1, as will tho last four months, tho houso of rep- bo done in Cincinnati next summer, he resentatives devoted tho last day of the special session to perfecting tho tarlW bill, and transacting a mass of routine business. Cannon Announces Committees. Speaker Cannon announced his com mittee appointments, and they wero eelved with varying degrees ox satis faction. Tho concurrent resolution amending tbo leather schodulo of the tariff 2 bill was adopted without a dissenting been discussed for vote after it had tho general movement No such IN LINE with llttlo over half an hour. a more beautiful America," as Mc- good luck, bowevor, befell tho advocated by tho American Civic asresolution, revising sociation, plans are pending In conthe draw back provision and placing gress for a thorough Improvement of cotton bogging on the freo' list which the river front of tho nation's capital. had previously been adopted by the These provldo for a park system senate along tho picturesque Potomac and minutes before five It was but a few tho beautlficatlon of both sides that o'clock when Mr. Payne's resolution will be a credit not only to Washing ad fixing C p. m., as the hour for ton but to the nation. journment slno dlo was adopted. In tho opinion of Engineer Comtnts sloner Major W. V. Judson, U. S. A., Washington's river front "would be a disgrace to a small town," and. remarking recently on tho present condition of tho Potomac's banks, the commissioner added that "altogether, Whlto lead, from 2!i to 2J4 centi the spectaclo on the river Is one per pound. which, to a person acquainted with Common window glass, reduced M the trim and often elegant quays of to 1 cent per pound. tho capitals of Europe, can not fall Firebrick, from 45 to 35 per cent to arouse some measure of surprise." 40 to 15 cents per Iron ore, from Dy the terms of a recent decision ton. of tho federal supremo court, the naPig Iron, from $4 to J2.50 per ton. tional government has entire control Scrap iron, from U to $1 per ton. to of a Steel rails, from cent ,per pound. Wlro nails, from H to 410 of a cont per pound. Screws, from 4 to 3 cents per pound. Cash registers, linotypes, typewriters and all steam engines, from 45 to 30 per cent ad vnlorom. Lumber, from 32 to $1.25 per thou sand feet Oil, freo and without any countervailing duty. Print paper, from C to (3.75 per Marguerite Cnsslnl, ton. THE Countess chum of Alice Roosevelt Works of art moro than 20 years nnd long the object of great Interest an old, from 20 per cent to freo list In Washington, hns -- sion of public opinion made In to his request Is not favorabts to such action. Pointing out that the board of trado and the chambor of commerce are representative of tho public opinion ol the District of Columbia, Commissioner Macfarland will tell the National Daylight association that ho has been notified by the presidents of the two trade bodies that their executlvo committees, after careful consideration ol the matter, have reached the conclusion that it would bo Inadvisable ta advocate the adoption of any legislation providing for a change in tha time of tho District of Columbia. Parks to Line the Potomac River of the city's lands bordering the river. Establishment of Potomac park Was the beginning of Improvement, and it congress shall approve of the latest plans, it will not be long before tha river front of Washington will be a source of pride. Commissioner Judson's plans Include the building of stone or concrete docks in place of the wooden structures and shanties that .now mark the busiest part of town. It Is proposed In time to have a splendid driveway and promenade, a 'scheme which, it Is believed, will lead to tho extension ol the city to tho other aide of the Potomac. There Is to be built a recreation pier whero the fish wharves now Potomac park Itself was established upon the flats, the elevation being made with the mud and clay dredged from tho river when tho channel was deepened. This park is only tho and similar recreation places will be established along the rivet front now available for commercial purposes. Along the upper Potomac, too. It Is proposed to make parks. In the extensive river park system contemplated provision will be mads for the benefit of Georgetown and East Washington will have great driveways and promenades. Here tha shores of the eastern branch of th( flats. river aro low-lyin- g - Cumbcr-McLaurl- are. J 0 0 Chum of Alice Longwor th Going on Stage and will probably retire from the dip lomatic service. Tho countess has chosen for hei debut the role in which Mary Garden mado her first appearance that ol Louise. She has been studying' slng Ing with Jean de Reszko ln Paris. She Is' still as handsome as sho was In other days, when Bho wore wonderfully fancy dress costumes at the social affairs in the nation's capital. Tho latest slight that caused the countess to abandon diplomatic and official life came from the czarina of Russia. Her majesty declined to appoint the countess one of her maids of honor, a post which It has been customary to give to the daughters of ambassadors and very high officials. Count Casslnl pressed as urgently at possible for the customary honor, but the empress said "No." This refusal was made particularly cutting becauso tho daughter of Da-ro- n d -- N 1 UNCHANGED. China waro. Cotton and cotton cloths, with few exceptions. Wool and woolens, except tops, yarn and one grade of cheap dress goods. Dottles, vials nnd decanters. Crown glass. Cheap laces. Watches and clocks. Stockings worth moro than I pet dozen. S'orao grades of lithographic prints. Nlckol. Manufactures of nickel, aluminum, bronze, powtcr, platinum, etc. Tobacco. Llvo animals. Spanish court, to The which Count Cnsslnl was accredited as minister, failed to pay her proper honors as tho chief lady of tho legation. At tho same tlmo tho czarina of Russia treated her with marked stiff-necke- and attraction been having all sorts Europe of trouble In In consequence of theso slights tho Rosen, who succeeded Count Cascountess has definitely announced her Intention of going on tho stage, and slnl as ambassador at Washington, her adopted father. Count Casslnl, was recently appointed maid of honor has given up tho legation at Madrid to tho czarina. neglect tl Little Encouragement for the Inventors estimate sent to congress by tho war department, but In having It favorably acted upon by tho committee of the. whole bouse, only to meet defeat before the appropriation bill was passed by the houso Itself. This year thero Is such closo paring of all estimates that it is not likely that any money will even bo asked for this purpose. The board of ordnance of the army now has St 5,000 for air 6hlp experiment, $25,000 to be paid to tha Wright brothers If they succeed In making a Might of ten miles nt tho rata, of 3G miles au hour carrying ona person besides tho operator, and to A. M. Herring, It ho meets prno tlcally similar requirements. This will bo tho end of experimental work unless some Interest In aerial navigation is shown by congress Isj the form of a liberal auprourlation. S20,-00- 0 tit. - a Agricultural products, mostly fruits and nuts, Hah. Collars and cuffs. Iaco curtnjns. Hats and bonnets. Uuttons. Gloves. Ship Telescope West. Boston, Mass. Tho third largest tolescopo In tho United States Is going from Cambridgo to tbo Lowell Observatory at r'lagstaff, Ariz. It Is SI feet long, and was designed for tbs photographing of Mars. Is not likely to THE United States great progress In aerial iiG'rl,.0n Tramplno Tour.. n nve young to. w d ,ll0' ha,l . cm wo-C- walltod from tVe tour J ,ruil8l'd 0ut U' "4 iUca t0 lh0 Mammoth ru on ,our Wl'0k' Judrje Dethea Durled, Chicago. Tho body of tho late Judge Solomon II. llothca of the United States District Court, was burled at Dixon, 111., Thursday afternoon, at thu side of bis wife, who died sixteen years ago. Dirigible File 217 Miles, llurllu, Germany The military dirigible balloon Gross II, sfter an ondur-ancnight of 15 hours and 40 minutes, catuo to earth at 3 o'clock at Hallos and return, a total distance Married Man Shoots Niece, Chicago. As thu result of a quarrel ovor the girl's refusal to dismiss callers at his request Ml" Sarah Doll ta dead with six bullets In her body and Herman Uoll, her undo, Is In jull. Hell, who Is married, has boon In love w' ti too girl loi jvnrj Dyers to Chicago In 1910, Philadelphia. Chicago was named as tho next convention city by tho National Association of Dyers and Cleaners. Officers were elocted and hs results will b announced later. Andrew Head of Mint. . n in. uu I'resiueni ItitfH .i J'8'1 AndrBVr. 01 Massachu- of tbo mint, Jo IWm ,C "!, v ?'"clr "7 mile. navigation during tho ucxt fiscal year as a result of any encouragement offered Inventors by congress. Tho spirit of economy In governmental affairs Is now so pronounced as to discourage even the asking of Ona Man Killed In Collision. funds by tho war department for the Jollet, 111. A head-ocollision took purchase of any class of air ships. place at Lemont shortly before midGen. Allen, chlot signal officer, advonight between a Santa Fo local nnd cated last year an appropriation of an extra. Fireman Goorgo Wlnagef t Finn nof) fur exnurlmental work, nnd of the local, 'was killed and buried Is I he succeeded In not only bavins that a pllo of coal. 1.4 jjB UlftdjA.- - - .4t-.iJ'.- . SLASH IN PRICES On all Mens, Womens Misses and Childrens LOW SHOES and MENS FURNISHINGS is still on and will continue as long as the goods last. If you have not gotton your share of these Bargains it is your own fault. TAFT AT HICKMAN. .VrronllnR to the plan tnnde byth" OarpontiT, nwrelnry to tin' Prt'sldmt Tnft will stop In Hickman of October 20. ami .hi tlu mako nn nddtvM from tin' dock of tin stonm boat .he President will Kovo HI. October 25, on tlio government stonm-rr- . Mississippi, for Now Orleans to ntiond the Waterways Convention Arriving nt Capo (llrntitenii. Mo nt On m Octobor 10, the 1'rfHlilont will bo routttl out of bed to mnkmii from the upper dock of th bi. niiilxmt to tho Hiplo withered on Ute wharf I.cnvlim Cnpo airnrdmii nt 7 n m . there will be a five hour i tin to Cairo. III., where nt noon Mr Taft will make u second address from the boat. Leaving Cairo nt 4 o clock the next atop Ih nchodul id nt Hickman, nt 4 p m.. where the rollnt. nfti-rnoo- HICKMAM DRUG INCORPORATE). CO, tuls , The Drug Emporium. ofFult0n County One of the most clcaant 'and best stores in West Kentucky. Our stocx is rnr Jta "titrnrrl nvrr" rvirv 10 tin... m.i ,,!w tVS f n PRESCRIPTION DKPJIIiTMEJVT n graduate of phnrm.ii v irmtt in this state with 23 years experience helm, 1 the A counter, Rives this his special attention, n ithinK bin the Highest Grndc preparations are uv.j, tl,, utn. care is exercised, no substitution is nlluwt.l ou m just what your doctor prescribes and the hand$ of a thoroughly competnnt man. Let n 1,... . w . ii i mi i tv patronage anu we win uo our utmost t j : mjp you I? Angela could do no more. fr-u- Our Mr. Swaync, third address fnim the deck or the Mississippi will be made I.cntiK lllckinnn nt f p. m. nn nil night run will brliiK the party to Mem phi, nt 8 o'clock on tin) morning of Wednesday. October 57. At Memphis the President will leave tho steamer and lx entertained In the city for four tioiirs. makliiK nn nddreW while there IM- nn. Ark wll be reached nt C p from m on the 27th nnd nn nddre the boat U scheduled On Thursday . . ? INSTITUTE. TEACHERS Fnlloutiik! I tho iirocmiu of the Teuchrr's limtltuUt to bo held at the t'olliusti unit week. ronimetiolMir Mini duy. with It. M. Hhlpp as liMKruetor. ill Knit 16) Cerr. miiini I'M ID Hi Monday 10 . Organisation. Knnilluient. Outline of Institute Work. ' O'clock. MORNINO. Call to order. Arithmetic. liursday Morn Us, I it) (1) Hftds (II Meni.. MeUxxU Saeuin.i i i GOME AND SEE THE ATTRACTIVE PRICES! BRADLEY 5 PARI I AM. AFTERNOON. School Manigement. (1) The Teacher's Calling. tJ) llesiw u( (Irowlb Professionally. Writing. II) WtMrri..! (I) Orm.ii. (I) OlHT. U' Reteii Re (it ttl tS) (1) ll) (' 'oN r .iv tlio only stop Is schedule! nt Vlcksburg. where the President's j ar r nrrles at G p. ih.. and remain Physiology. The Teeher's Preparation, A Ootxt Teaoher nnd a Pour aftern::n Dlsclplltinrlau. Primary GeefrapNy Recess, (I) fVei ' Tho nrst Day. (S) CUuis t. Defeats lu Aim. (I) IW ut K Tanglier The Relation of the Re csi, to the Community. Advanced Geography Summary, limtrnator. (1) hVhtlM, (I) Us ..f ' Tuesday Hook tu, MORNING. (I) ateih.i. I SHOT FOR BURGLARS. A terrible tragedy was enacted two miles north of Fulton Sunday night when Ocorge Speed shot and Instantly killed his brother-in-law- , Ab. Vinson. Vinson, with his wife and three children were In town Saturday afternoon, and meeting Speed, tho lat- ORDER OF RED MEN. WOODLAND MILLS NEWS. What Is the Improved order of lied Men? Our answer "It Is the oldest fraternity of purely American origin." Our history "Tho History of Tho ter Invited them to spend tho night at his home. The lntenso heat mado It Impossible for Vinson and his wife to sleep, and the two arose and went out on the balcony to cool off. Their talk aroused one of the Speed children, and tho child told his father burglars were In tho house. At this Juncture Air. and Mrs. Vinson, arose to go In tho houso and the elder Speed seized a shotgun and opened Ore on them. The first shot struck Vinson and he fell dead. Tho second shot was Intended for Mrs. Vinson, but went wide of the mark. Speed Is heart broken over tho sad affair. Vinson's body was laid to rest DAVID MOSKOV1TZ, .Sunday afternoon at Chapel Hill. A I'rlco House. largo concourse of friends followed the remains to their last resting o place. ( LINE IN OPERATION. No action will bo taken against S. I). Luton Inaugurated his auto Speed, lie Is a man of high character and bis version of the sad nffatr line Monday morning between Hlck- Is accepted without question. It is rnau and Fulton, and has been maklnf merely the old story of being too two round trips overy day since. quick with the gun. A .Mr. Roberts, of Fulton, and Mr. Luten have arranged to leave the two O towns at tho samo time, and under HARRIS GOES HOME. the now arrangement thoy will mnke Judge Harris, of Tiptonvllle, Tenn., only one round trip each day. president of the company which owns Tho two machines will lonve Hlck- Heelfoot Lake, In Obion county, that iii an and Fulton respectively nt 7:00 state, and whose presonco In St. a. in., ami 2:00 p. in., returning at Louis a fortnight ago caused tho re 11:00 a. in., and 7:00 p. m. port that he bad broken down bo- Tho now lino hns passed tho ox cause of threats of night riders, left great Sunday for his home. Judge Harris porlinontal stngo and proves of convenience to travelers. has been In a hospital undergoing treatment for malaria. O O United States." Our claim "The founders wero among the first to raise tho banner of freedom, which has 'ever slnco been maintained." Our record traces to 17C0. The Order of itcd Men should appeal to evory American citizen. This order doos not Intorforo with civil or religious libortles nnd is for white peoplo only. Initiation fee, $6.00. The dues of 50c per month ontltlos a brother to J5 a week wbllo sick. $D0 for funeral expenses, $26 at the death of a brother's wife and 910 per month to each orphan until- thoy reach tho ago of 1G years. For further Information call on tho Deputy Organizer, Wedding tells will soon be ring ing agaia. Miss Mittie Penick, of Martin, is the guest of Mrs. Bascum hbell this week. Drewry Brasfield and Haynes Burrus were the guests of Mrs. Jas. Moss, of Union City, last week. Miss Lancaster returned to her, home in Memphis, after a two weeks' stay with Mrs. Frank Pruett. ' Edmond Maddoz and sister, of Fulton, are visiting their grand-parentMr. and Mrs. Will Maddox. s, Misses Zelma Biggs, of Martin, and Mary Savage, of Jackson, returned to their homes Saturday, after a visit to Miss Curlin. Last Tuesday evening Dan Douglass and wife entertained with a dinner party, it being the anniversary of Mr. Douglass' birth. The dining room was beautifully decorated in palms, ferns and pot flowers The table cover was of cluny lace laid over yellow satin using yellow dahlas and ferns for centerpiece. Covers were laid for eight. Mrs. Douglass received in a beautiful gown of old rose messaline. O Hickman Lodge 761 F. & A. M. Hickman Lodge No. 761,F.'& A. M., will meet in regular communication next Monday night at 7 :30. Visiting brothers cordially invited. H. C. Helm, Master. D. Owehs, Sec'y- 0 CITY TAXES MUST BE PAID. All persona who have not paid tholr city taxos aro requested to pay samo at onco. Hemombor tho penalty goes on Septembor 1st. You will find mo at my office at Hickman Furniture TOM DILLON, Jr. Co., store. City Tax Colloctor. O School Oovernment. (1) Good Order Defined. 11 11. M. Friday morning the until C) Causes of DUordar. (1) CoN4uties of Dhwnltn. President arrive at Nalehet nt " (I) Meant of Scouring (loud Or o clock, nml remains thtire thrm der. hours, making an uddrM In tlm city Recess. durliiK bis stay. The Recitation. (I) Tho Iletwtwn Natchez nnd Now Orltsins (S) The Preparation. a stop Is bvtuR nrraiiKd nt Itaton (3) Methods. House, but U10 tlmo of the visit has Recess. not been seL AecordliiK to prvint Spelling. plnus .Mr. Taft will roach Nw Or AFTERNOON. leans, Saturday. October 10 nt 8 n Primary Reading. m.. and nt X o'oloek that afternoon (I) Methods. (!) Use of Chart Iltaokboant. utll nddrw tho Waterways Coiiven (i) Preparation. lion. (1) Correlation With Other Sub-jct- s ThU will U the first IIimm Ih Ute history of th town that a prasldunt Recess. of the United States ha stopped nt Intermediate and Advanced Reading. (1) Methods. Hickman, and It MiRKented by (!) Home Study. Hiine of the mot progrejMlve altletns (I) Faults to be Overcome. that some kind of arrangements bo Wednesday made for his reception. year I'reddent HooxevHt wnvt-- his hand MORNING. from the deck of a eteauier to the Language Work. (I) hirst Steps. enormous crowd on the river bank. , (!) Oral Work. It has boenliURHoetvd that a meet(1) Written Work . ing of oltlzviiK be hold In the Lyrio Receti. Theatre noxt Tuesday afternoon to Cotnpoiltlou. Recess. discuss the mutter, ami appoint to advertise the event, mnko Technical Grammar, (ll When HeRln. arraiiKenients, etc. (!) Use or Tint Honk. The Fulton Lender says that Ful(S) Anal) sis. (1) The Tenoning of Hngllsh' lu all ton wilt send bur quota of poplo, HecltatloHS. nnd If the occasion Is well advertisAFTERNOON. ed an enormous, orowd will, be presx Civil Government. ent It) Design of the Study. O (1) Kxtont to Which Technical Civics 'Should bo Taught. The Telephone Situation. (1) Supplementary Work. Manager Davis, of the Hickman Recess. foJ.iv MORN Nu Nature Stud. The School Re i ' tu Onmalcatioi. Ittpert of i.i' MtoeWnewm. AiUwsrstHH-i.t NOTICE TO n.iw niuin ... .1111 n TAXPAYERS! nd i i i . i 1. - t . t- - I s son at the li'v Ni i IzX at d Please wake pa.vt "3 t J. T hLK7 t -- o- FC com-milie- Wo are ly collection pon Hook at a t n from the f.io f " Coal Co. Ico naylcK CM c r-- t li-'- j . Ml . YOUR .WOOL RS XT-- X HIDES-'FU- T.M..1..I rralhrrs. Tillow. Bmsii. Caun ,V, ol :! rE.l -- Ihia snU cr c-.- SViiieloiHrrlrt-'li- ? tit a f- - 7 Host Heart Shlnglos at Several visitors from 'Hickman attended the picnic on James Bayou, Saturday. lu Wost Hickman. are tho lowest In town. Schmidt, the Tailor. A. 8. Tho prions Hnr-ket- ...IJsten Indies... is the neatest and coolest place in town. Here the Best Drinks are served and served properly, all fruits; and syrups are fresh and pure. When down in town shopping and become thirsty and tired come to see us. The Store is Full of Mirrors, you can rest, cool and Primp Always welcome. FRESH LINE OF TOILET ARTICLES. Methodist Church. Regular services will be held at the Methodist church next Sunday morning and evening. Sunday scnool at 9 :45 a. in. Everybody Invited to attend. O ' The HICKMAN DRUG CO., HICKMAN DRUG COMPANY. INCORPORATED. THE 8TATE NORMAL SCHOOL. Whim canorous Kentucky establish ed tho Western Kentucky Statu Nor mal School, uu education wus put within rvueh of the boys and girls, young women and men of Wosturn Kentucky. Wrl(ocoiicurulng free tuition and other items. Address II. 11. Cherry, I'rusideut, Uowlluu Qrueu, Ky ltrfiijiln. el- -Independcrt Telephone Co., has a History. pmgl. (I) Vnlue of Ulography HI. 8AUEL A SUn3 force of men at work this week in(!) .Methods stalling poles on Jackson stre:t. He (3) Chief Faults In History Tt arh tCUIUll " H.,1.IIL -w Ing. is doing ful in his power to get the (() History In the Primary Orudis system started at the earliest possible moment. Just as soon as the line can be built, we will have connection with Cayce, and via Cayce with Crutch-fielJordan, Columbus and Fulton, besides connections in surrounding A committee of Cayce counties. telephone men was in town Tuesday, andconlerred with the local management in regard to the connection, and it was agreed that each system was to build half the distance. We understand that another mu'' r If you nrc n person with a hnnkennp tual line is coming to Hickman on picture taking nnd you don't own a1 iM the Dyersburg road, and want connection with this system era because you are afraid they J" ,X) Let the good work 0 on. intricate and too expensive to handle twn you had better come in here and find o how low priced we have diem how 1 lu iP' s THE 8CH00L OF MUSIC, sinl" ly you can purchase supplies and h Persons desiring u full courso In pie the operation really is alter we inr"" "ocal und Instrumental or I'utllc School music, will enjoy unexcelled Biggest stock of Cameras and supplies-Freopportunities lu the Western Normal. instruction to all purchasers. Address II. II. Cherry, Dowllng Qrecn, lnr d, CAMERAS imuuiauuiuuiiuaiiuauiuiiiaiiii'i Ky. O Nannie Tankerslcy left Saturday on the Ferd Herold for Biythesvllle, Ark., where she has a position as clerk. HELM & ELLISON r I iKO INNTNO 1909. SATURDAY, AUG. 21, SUMMER GOODS CLOSES SATURDAY, SEPT. 1909. 4, CLOSING OUT SALE We must close out everything in the house in Summer Goods as the strict rules of this house are to never carry over any merchandise from one season to another. fall goods will begin to arrive and we must make room for them. Next month our . GREATEST CUT PRICE SALE EVER ADVERTISED BY USI Everything practically at Cost and Less Than Cost. This is a great opportuntty to Goods now and keep them until next year. Read every ward on this page and come to our store and profit yourself. We are not trying to make a profit on anything sold during this sale. buy-Summer BEGINNING SATUDAY AUG. 5c 21 mm 14.95 21.95 WEEKS CLOSING SATURDAY SEPT. 4 worth 10 and 15c, Sale Price EVERYTHING SOLD DURING THIS SALE FOR CASH ONLY The Very 1 beit Calico on thhe market yati vide Hoosser Domestic, none better, tale price . . .. 5,c a yard, Q Eftt tirade Bleach Domestic, worth 10c sale T prlce..,, .... ........ big lot of Nice Lawn, worth 10 and 12 Sale Price 6c 9x12 Seamless Best Brussel Art Squares this room size size, Rug worth 18.00, Sale Price .... 13.95 9x12 Seamless Finish Brussells, worth 20.00, Sale Price 9x12 Smith Axmlnster Rug, worth 25.00, Sale Price 9x12 Seamless Velvet Wilton Rug, worth 30.00 Sale Price 23.95 We have the above goods in all designs, beautiful floral and Oriental designs. We have in this sale thousands of little thing for which we haven't space to advertise, however, they will be displayed so you can see them. Table Linen, white, worth 40c, at 25c Table Linen, red, worth Ac, at 25c Table Linen, blue check, worth 40c, Sale Price 25c Table Linen, white, worth 75c, at 48c Ladies Vests, worth 12c, Sale Price 7C Ladies Vests, worth 8c, Sale Price 8c Ladies Vests, worth 25c, Sale Price 18c One lot of Nice Embroidery, gc embroidered, worth Shirt Waists, beautifully 1.50, Sale Price 85c (J5C Another lot of Shirt Waists, worth 1.25, Sale Price Another lot of Shirt Waists, worth 75c, Sale Price Ladies Hose,Special Values, worth 12 more than 1 c, One big lot of Lawn, worth from 15c to 25c, Sale Price ..... 9c line of fancy .White Goods and hre While Djtted Swiss, worth 25 and 35c, at.. 15c Wod'n Dress Goods, all colors. 40c a yard goods, Sale Price Tnis strictly We are determined to close out Ihe few Suits left from this season and on account of the sizes being broken up we will sloie them out at sacrifices. tens Clothing . . . . 45c not dozen pair to each customer, ; at lc i$S 24c Wrlen Orrss Goods, all colors, fancy shadow strip's, newest things for suits, worth 75c and 7Gc, Sale Price !.. e 45c 60c, all colors Mens Suits, worth 22.00, Sale Price Mens Suits, worth 15.00, Sale Price Mens Suits, worth iO.OO, Sale Price Childrens Suits at Half Price. $11.95 . . $8.95 $5.95 line of Wash Silk, worth We will make the same cut on Mens Pants. Every pair of Ladies and Misses Oxfords must go at Cost. We can't guarantee all sizes but if we have your size you can buy your Shoes as cheap as we can. This is the greatest bargain in this sale. Be sure to ask us to show you our slippers. We have a big line of Nice Jap Mattings which we sold jo ;N and fancy designs............. 1 39c GREAT BARGAINS IN CLOTHING! lot Bed Spreads, worth 1.50, Sale Price 95c Lace Curtains, worth 75c per pair, at 35c at Lace Curtains, worth 1.50 95c at Lace Curtains, worth 2.00 " 1.45 Big lot of nice Mens Shirts, with and without collar 65 and 75c values, Sale Price. 4:5c 1.00 and 125 Shirts, Sale Price 85c '2.00 and 1.50 Shirts, Sale Price 1.25 Neckties, worth 35 and 50c, Sale Price. ...24c 1.50 Nice Suit Cases, Sale Price...". 95c 3.50 Nice Suit Cases, Sale Price Big yard wide Black Taffeta Silk, worth 1.15, Sale Price at 25c, 30c and 35c, all go in this 80c ,....5c 4.00 Mens Oxfords, Sale Price 3.50 Mens Oxfords, Sale Price 5.00 Mens Oxfords, Sale Price "We Check Gingham, worth 8 and 6c, Sale Price 3.25 2.95 3.75 sale at the Special Price of 22c New arrival of Rugs and Art Squares included in this Sale. Nice Velvet Rug, worth 2.00, during sale must go at 2.75 AxminsteV Rug, Sale Price 5.00 Large Axminster Rug, Sale Price . 1 Fne lot of Nice Dress Gingham, worth 10 and 12c, Sale Price have a few sises in 3.00 and 3.50 Oxfords, if we have your size, Sale Price 1,95 :...7jJc worth 7 1.48 1.98 3.85 W 8S 1 Everymans Hat in the - house at Cost. You'll find real bargains if in need a Hat. Dig lot of Nice Embroidery, and 6c, I This Great Sale will beirin Saturday. August 2lst and continue every day until U I September 4th Two Weeks of unmistakable bargains. We must close out all I our Summer Goods to make room for our Fall Goods. Don't miss this chance. V r I Sale Price 5c 2.45 I I 1 g r 1 1 1 AUGUST ....UNTIL.... 21st. 4th SEPTEMBER NAIFEH BROS. DRY GOODS COMPANY. BIG SALE TWO WEEKS ONLY L. DEACON SNOW WRITES! COAL! COAL! It tin boon so hot unit dry here (or several days Hint oven a leaf for aovoral days Hint not oven a stirred not oven a niotmo stirred but wo hnvo not suffered llko. some Dotllo Owens, communities, Wcss Morris, Hod Johnson and I were at Dawson Springs lust week, whero It laf Now is Ihe time to lay in your winter's supply of COAL. Don't wait until the cold wave flag reminds you of your negligence. We Quote Summer Prices Effective 'til Sept, I, Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam and Anthracite Coal, upon application. Bon Air Lump Coal . . . $4.25 Tradewater Lump Coal $3.75 (Per Ton of 2,000 Pounds) Pittsburg Lump Coal . $4.75 hns not rained for thrco months, I noticed, horse hnvo to stand In water nn hour every day to Veep their shoes from coming oft and waffons aro going around with their tongues out TUo creek bed la so dry It has to bo sprinkled beforo you can ko fishing. The catfish kicked up such a dust that It choked to death 13,000 rattlo who wcro searching for a drink of wntcr Tlio railroad set a pond on fire nnd burned up 17 wagon toads of bull frogs. Tho ground Is no dry and hard that crawfish holes aro being pulled up, sowed together and shipped to Texas for gns pipes. O of acres of corn ami wheat by the recent high water, (rem the Missis slppi river, all seem to be very much In favor of a levee. The crops lost in this and Scott counties Is sufficient alone to levee every fool o( land in Contains ho )oimn the counties bordering en the Missis Is Painless And Harmless as Water. slppi river,. Congressman Crow has Utnnot Injure, Relieves Quickly, asked, through Mr. Max L. Ostner, and Cures Sore Eyes in that all farmers residing In the PEOPLE, HORSES AND DOGS overflowed districts, to write him as this will aid him considerably In pre Trice Cents tenting his claim asking for an Im mediate appropriation from Con A VOLUNTARY TH411M0NIAU A R. Alack Mimciks Co. Kraartc Mn. gfess for the protection of the low Ontktnm Mr lltllf twr til 4 ttvrtt rate . I Mnt to hr ttrut it fur Iht lands, Get busy now and save next f wirf he nlkliw Dr. hut for unr tyt. lie n m ltle of Hurt ft Wlr.It ilr wit nul of year's crop. Charleston Enterprise. Chnol only on i!r ttr uMnr Ittorrti Mm tnnmtUlrlr. Anr on It tt HUttr la confirm O hit ittlrmml tr wilting" to mtl 4)1 Jtllrnun Mm. J, It. Srvuis. tttnue. Josctboro, Aik on u.fMJkJ hi DOCTOR BLACK'S Wsnt A Levee. TIME IT Win r For nilm... Since Ihe destructlan of thousands have been expending . -- .7.7 FOR. - E, Y E er n thoso oration. Tho ri. BJkMM t JI WATER now such that heresft! extract pay tnm . (h r be mentioned It, Dtlr rallutaf. forts. For th - condition I ufa, 01 live natron. following . V.:"nw KmhJ a.nounclng to the Is n successful oho knows ho I, mont mule, 12 13 IS A ax';u hi put,' r .Mml . 25 In town would tru.t nd if he had hu would now bo minc Pon. S8.ll: for ....... tru.nM. iuJi?,'H . "sit,, 'H l0,f- uJ'W ' lt desirable COMES QUICKLY. T. R. BLACK MEDICINE KE.NNETT, MO. CO, Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED, SINCE THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT has vaults (or the storing of money, an absolutely safe place for keeping It, why do the officials deposit this money in various banlts over the country? Atkins Colo, of Fulton, representing tho Dluo Jay Corn I'laster Co., and head push of V. O. AW, wbllo attend ing todga hero last Friday, told your scribe of an attempted hold-Oon street In open daylight. Ho say a hlghwaymnn stepped out behind n fashionable young woman and hit her a tremendous blow across the sldo of the head with a piece of gas pipe, expecting to send her to th'b ground unconscious and rob her of her valuables. Imnglno his surprlso when, Instead of a dull thud, a muffled scream and afnll to the pavement tho weapon bounded back as though It had struck a large piece of rubber nnd the victim of tho attack turned nbout angrily with 'Weast, whatde you mean by trying to disarrange ray Don't' Have to Walt for Weeks. Hickman Illustration. wodld bo tickled to (1"M him leave tho burg, UiZ, ",!,'' to a deceased rln,.- mourned by the ,Jrsl J when wo know ho . A lv h. A a doughty sinner to hY.B calling an ordlnarr Palm i,"',;rit,U - r-- buckwheat pancakes for an emery wheel nt his blacksmith shop. wife's In handwriting that resembles very colsely that of a bank clerk in Hickman, but signed with tho totters "Dei)," an nmionymous letter was received hero by tho wdow of Tim Fahr this week- - The whole affair Is shrouded In mystery, but Mrs. Fahr thinks If she can find tho writer, she will soon resldo In Hickman. I enclose a copy of tho letter for your confidential perusal, which reads as follows; "Dearest, my lovo for you Is stronger than coffee or the kick of s cow. When I think of you my heart folpa up and down llko my hair!" O Tho latest Because they realize that the keeping of money circulation means a larger degree of general prosperity and is an actual necessity in the upbuilding pf the country. Idle money deposited in banks becomes working capital. The keeping of your money in circulation, without spending it, is well worth , our consideration, yet it is only one of the many reasons why you should have an account with , -- Inscription for tomb stones: GONE TO LutcUe farmer Is tho proud own of a calf with seven legs, eight hoofs, two tails and two heads. Geo, I would hato to teach THAT calf to drink milk out of a tin pall! A er THE- HICKMAN BANK OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY. O Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00 It Is reported hero that a stranger, last Saturday went to Hickman look ing for work. Ho saw tho luxuriant growth of weeds on Iota south of tho wagon factory, and, mistaking It for heavy timber, dived Into it In search of a saw mill. We understand ht has not returned and It Is feared that ho will starve before ho can bo found. According to your paper, cussing is getUng mighty high In tho cast end of tho county. Editor Freeman wants to charge ilr. Urockman $5,000 for one short round. It the gentleman will come down here, I will sign a contract to let him cuss mo 10 hours, oach day for a year fpr 5 per and. board him. O mother's churn dasher. Sensations of exqulslto Joy go through mn llko young goats over a stablo roof. I feel as though I could lift myself with my boot straps to the height or a church steeple. As a gosling s(m-motIn a mud puddle, sp do I swim In a sea of dellghtfulpcss whn you aro near me. My heart oscillates llko a shaker In a fanning mill, and my eyes stand open llko the door of a blind tiger In Fulton. If my lot Is not reciprocated I will pine away like a poisoned bed bug, and you will catch cold over my grave. Dell." A man In Luzcllo taking a city paper in preference to tho Weekly Squirt because he got more paper for tho money, was attracted by tho advertisement of a fire escapo which would be forwarded on receipt of two dollars. Ho sent his cash and in a few days recolrcd a copy of the Now Testament. There aro times when a man seems as frlondlcss as a baseball umplro. h Tho merchants of flpi-Gt Now erecting trlcphnn 1. t our tl York, solo agents for the United county In which Utrlr tr.n it locate. States. Their plan is to rsltc itoaih cot,.; Remember the name Doan's and to offer fSO a mU- - tc.r.ut fcr t;r; take no other. mile of telephone linn vrcclf-- 13 tk O county. Aa tho cott of rrrc-.t- t l crowing ought to bo mile of telephone wire U stoat i Concrvto built on Jackson street from the tho offer Is by no lawns a mill m. sheriff's office to the negro barber shop and from Jones' Cafe to the Judge Joseph K iurt, ho m sidewalk leading to tho Court House tho Judge In tho rvo n etxtt rUr steps. trials, has announced hlmlf s titfr u, Waiting Is discouraging. Prompt action pleases everybody. A burdon uti tho back is a heavy weight Hard to bear day after day, Ilardor still year after year. Lifting weight, removing tho burden Urlngs appreciating responses. Hickman pvoplo tell of It Tell how It can bo dono. Tell of relief that's quick and sure. Hero is a case of It; John Fotho, Troy Ave., Hickman, Ky., says: "I am truly thankful for tho great benefit I have derived from the uso of Doan's Kldnsy 1111 and It is a pleasure for mo to publicly recommend them. I suffered from many symptoms of kidney complaint, tho most annoying being a weak back. I tried all the remedies I could think of, but found no relief, Finally same-on- o advised mo to try Doan's Kidney Pills nnd I procured a box at Helm & El hod's drug store. I was sur prised at the results of tholr use and In a short lime I was cured. I hope other sufferers will be 'benefitted by my testimonial." For sals by all dealers. Price CO cents. 1 .... . emlnnnt dlrlnn f.i ' . bride an acroinn. i.i,..,i ..uv . young lady, when It i, kB0 thai .1.. I. ... mi. ... u uur;,,;, t cross eyed, face cor r d wlthfrU. and leaves the aroma of od j, stranger to the ba'h tut ferrlng to somo ffWh po,'"' i, . sata-say- ,,. A Itn istii st con ll U i pteftiuro to met. mbrn tier; Uilani i linn In 1. .'.i u . . . t devil coming, S SO Monro-i;(- US , atltiial,ltr. 1 .1 0i 0 SECUftE A CCRTIFICATt. Under the law tho Writers NtrmJ has the power to Imim (ho KU:sie.7 AKY CKUTIFICATK, th CKIlTIKIPATi: scd U Lire CKHTIFICATK. which era to teach anywhtre In Km'.otkj for two years, four rear, nd for m. respectively without fur'.ber tnolta-tion- . Information a t;i th tmout of work required for each wruftut wit! be furnlshi-when dtilrei H. II. Cherry I'rtiHrDt, Wv orn Normal. Uollng Grvca, Kj I.STEIUIE-DIATfn'JU-lUks Foitcr-iltllur- n Co.. Buffalo. 1 li -- date for Judge s Most excuses aro lies. W. Morris returned Sunday from gained qulto a lot of noterlctr conduct of thu cas-Dawson Springs. J. Jocks la kU 44 There Is No Place Like Home!" f Sam Luten ought to be ashamed of himself. As we were pulling Into Fulton in his benzine buggy, Saturday a passenger from the "tall and uncut" asked him which sldo of the car ho should get out on. Luten said, "It doesn't matter, both sides stop." 'to Believing that the people of Kentucky vwill be interested in the organization of the Citizens r is" -- i o Qur own Dill Ferry. Is not only a bollever in printer's ink, but is making himsolf a reputation as nn adver- Usmcnt writer. He has tho follow-in- g announcement in Judge Roifey's paper Tho Liizello Weekly Squirt: Notlco Know all men by these presents, that I, Dill Perry, have coal oil for sale at 15 conU per gallon. Somu say It ain't good oil, but I say it is. f also tie your broomcorn, for the other , I crush corn overy Thursday it I feel llko it. Turkeys picked very promptly at any day In the week. Horseshoeing a specialty at C bits around. Watch and pistol repairing guaranteed. Shoes half soled whllo you wait. Umbrellas fixed and ax handles made for 15 cents, Will tearh Southern Harmony and fiddle combined for S3 a month. Pictures enlarged by now process, and my hot tamalu and "Bald I'ato Krudlcator" rccolpt go 330 day for 25 cents. Hair cutting on Saturday evening at only 20 conts per head. A good stripper cow for salo. Also agent for thu Jones' Ico Cream, tho Geo. White's Tobacco Duster, tho Foot's Medical Advertiser, Allison Tyler is my attorney, and my torms is cash first, I know you; second, because I don't know you." National . - We know this appeals to you. Why don't you build one? Have you investigated the liberal inducements of your home institution, Te Hickman Building & Loan Association This association is the poor man's saving bank. con- I ono-hal- t If1 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 the 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 Twenty years ago it was organized and has been ducted 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 at 2 o'clock p. m., FIRST WEEK, AUGUST 2 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 week's issue of this paper. semi-annual SECOND WEEK, AUGUST 9 O $200,240.00 THIRD WEEK, AUGUST 16 r .. . THE HICKll BUILDING & LPflK HSSl. THOS. DILLON, SR., Secretary. You can push claslcal muslo so far that some people will argue that a duet of a Jewsharp and a bass drum is grand. O Jed Frlnk is using one of his $345,000.00 A. r 11 OITENCH YOUR THIRST But Such Sx'n 09 voU Ellison's will do it. lent Do It Temperately w'" c 8crvc(l w'ln nt '"'elm & Wc serve Sodn of such excel- quality thnt you wont mind the hent nftcr once refrMhinR yourself here. nrc pure nnd delicious. Fresh All of our hcvcrnRcs Fresh fruits, Fresh syrup nnd Freshly materials. charged sodn only nrc used. HELM & ELLISON'S DRUG STORE Cut tho woeda. Lunches at all hours nt Uio CresMoving pictures every night at the cent Cafo. LYRIC. Ask for tho gcnulno Dutch Tea Mrs. Sam Havnes has been on Ruilc-- C. IL Mooro. the sick list. T. A. Stark was in Marlin on butinest, Tuesday. See us for work of all kinds, Hickman Job Shop. Cowglll'a Drug Storo Is tho only rMgar Nnylor nml wlfo wont to St. placo you can got REO. Telephone that grocery order to Louis Snturdny night R M. tsler was in Paducah on Dettcraworth & I'rather. C. H. Moors wants you to try hla business first of the week. Miss Mary Ilcreiidea In apomllnR a genuine Dutch Tea Rusk. couplo of wcoks In St. Louis. Tom Ryan and nephew visited in 8. L, Dodds attended tho gun Martin first of the week. shoot In Memphis thla week. Mrs. E. C. Cnrter, of Jordnn neighL. D. Perry and family have been borhood, was In town Monday. visiting his parents nt Wingo. HAPPENINGS AT CAYCE. -i.... ....I twii Furnlturo neatly repaired or up- rnr ii week 5J I tw , It in Ikiiix from a ItlVf. ,u, una wife hnvo . -- n yi ; Lr , Jl i...v.it SprliiRM. . .1.1. ..I r1n. this week. t iu nn relumed to her w Jajr visit hero. . .. . .1. i i .. i.... Wright J , '1' V OIIIlVIl J .,i (ending ,f lew nays. 1" TIPIIIMB i j I the meeting. ... ... , t vii, , Aunm r, of , r iiiiiiiiic hi family. Martin, was Roper i It M j j 1.1 i. j , a' N, phens, or joruau, several u. i Ldmlston 1 Ju ,.81 r ). , called to lili unday to attend tliu j3 , V , i i i a Lut.-canio out In at i. uded tho ruvlval aer- - . ... it . . III .. Lillian Mdmlston .... i .... ... .. IIUHUUVU IUU k .all Friday lllKItt. o ATTENTION VETERANS. a ul ' i ' i ': u i c ' unuer a generous d Statea Congress, nt x, i.e .(tie remains of suldii-rsthen scatter-L....- J Krlitigton nnd the ' , uo, i .if. .Kiiuir in a ovauuiui s t, . i la liiu . v I i i . it ' prove he has been trying run Republican politics in this end 88 our ad for summer prices on He evidently does coal. A big saving to buy now. soldi' r whetl possible. of Kentucky. Phono 48. Hickman 1c A Coal Co. belong in the class with Fisher, Happy, Speight and gentleRoad tho Courier. Got tho habit. fli .a'- slabs. l Your telephone Is our authorized re8 Congress govo by men of that ilk. o porter. Call us up nnd glvo tis tho :"i',000 00 to cure for i.njttiry. each grave Mrs. I). Allison, or Colton, Cnl holstered nt tho Hickman Job Shop. John D. Mayes Dead. Is tho guest of Hickman friends, Dr. McKeel, of Mayfield, is here o John D. Mayei, Nat Klkltis, of Memphis, Is thg looking after his farm in the bottom. farmer of eait of town, wai found guest of bla cousin, T. T. Swnyne. Henry Holm Is celebrating the dead la hit bed Sunday morning, of n boy baby at his homo this Cypress Shingles $1.00 a thousand and from the condition of the body Yatea X Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, week it ii suppoted that he had been dead Ky. I C. Ward was hero Sunday several houn. He retired about Satisfaction guaranteed or your to Memphis to nttend a gun nine o'clock, which wai the last time the family saw him alive. A money back. II. B. Curlln, tho laun- shoot. Mra. Ilrann, of Fulton, was tho con went to bed in the same room dry man. FOrt SALE: A No. 1 Jersoy milk guest of L. A. Stono and wlfo yesabout eleven o'clock, and the rest of the family slept In a room adjoining, cow (fresh) cheap. Geo. L. White, terday. but none of them heard a sound from Cayco, Ky. Mrs. L. J. Ilryon, of Ilardwoll, Ky., Mr. Mayes after nine o'clock. FOR SALE: Throo now Log Wag- was the guest of II. W. 8cott and Mr. Mayes was about 49 years ons, also 2M cash or good noto. Soo family this week. old and leaves a wife and five chi- W. 8. EUUon. atfc . Mrs. Herman Zimmerman, of Memldrentwo boys and three girls to Mra. W. A. Naylor and daughter, phis, has been tho guest of A. O. mourn his lots. He is also survived Mlas Maymc, nrc visiting relatives Hcrtweck nnd wlfo. by two sisters Mrs. Callie McKeen, at Cayco thla week. Soo A. S. Barkett for tho best of Fulton, and Mrs. I. V. Durk, of Mrs. W. F. Montgomery ia visiting heart shingles, l'rlces lower than Dawson Springs. her mother, Mra. J. O. McMurry, In anyone elso In town. John D. Mayes, was a straight-forwarUio country thla week. Aug. 19, 1911 The fountain for honest man, and an excelW. C. Spoor and wlfo left Sntur; the railroad park has at last arrived lent neighbor. Hit father, J. W. day night for a visit to relatives nnd and is being installed. Mayes, who died a few years ago, friends at Sturgeon, Mo. of Fall and Winter was for 50 years a magistrate. . See our lino Beit Clear Heart Cypress Shingles samples tho largest line wo havo The body was buried at Rush $3.50 a thousand. Yates & Kirk over had. Schmidt, Uio Tailor. Creek, Monday. Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. Mrs. E. N. Stono, of Milan, Tenn., The family has the sympathy of Let us flguro on that Fall or Win- is tho guest of her sons, L. A. and the entire community. ter Suit. Now lino of samples Just A. R. Stone. 'She Is accompanied by arrived. Schmidt, tbo Tailor. her daughter. Miss Ruth. Wo laundry shirts with cuffs atIco Coupon Books charged to ac The President, on the recommendation of Senator Bradley, has ap- tached for only 10c wo can savo count will be at tho fnco value. No pointed Richard Jones of Princeton, you money. II. E. Curlln, AgL discount, allowed only for cash, Census Supervisor for the First ConWo handlo tho celebrated Sanspa-rlc- l Hickman Ice & Coal Co. gressional district, an office with h Flour, and guarantco ovary sack Quality counts In Shingles. Don't nice fat salary and a lot of patron- of It. Uctteraworth & Frathor. be deceived get the best, by buy age to hand out to the boys who Roland A in berg and Frank Smith Ing direct from the mill. Yates 4. whoop it up for the ticket. We do lert Tuesday for MammoUi Cave, Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. not recall ever having heard of Mr. whero they will stay several days. Dont kick If you wait and the Jones before we read about his ap Let us put In your winter supply price of coal goes up. You have a pointment in the papers. I3ut that argues favorably for him, as it goes of Coal now. After Sept. 1, the price chance to buy now at rock bottom to will go up. Hickman lee & Coat Co. prices. Hickman Ice & Coal Co to not i Hugh Barry Is In Memphis. A. M. Tyler and wlfo havo boon visiting In Memphis. Fred Caso attended tbo gun shoot In Memphis this wck. Mrs. liens Curlln nnd baby visited In Union City last week. Henry Mcthcny and daughter wero hero from Cairo Tuesday. Jan. Mftyes camo Amorlllo, Texas, Tuesday morning. Mrs. Curlln has returned, from n visit to friends In Cairo, 111. Russell Travis, of Fulton, Is tho guest of J. II. Travis and wlfo. Miss Ethel Rnnsdalo, of Nashville, Is tho guest of Miss Annto Cowglll. Mrs. Reynolds, of Union City, Is tho guest of W. A. Dodds nnd family. Mrs. Lula Clols", of Memphis, Is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. I. I). I'rlco. Little John Daniels, of East Hick mnn , Is on tho sick list this week. Miss LImIo Ambcrg Is visiting hor sister, Mrs. Ouy Rohblns, In Mayfield. Bcrnlo Hughes was In Mayflold to soo his father Sunday, who Is very 111. 39th Scmi-Annu- al Statement the - -- of Hickman Building & Loan Associilion Hickman, Kentucky. FOR TERM ENDING AUG. 1, 1009. To net Promlums for terra To not Interest, 11439-2- for 2101.32 , term net Fees, terra To net Finos, term To By Expcnso By Net Gains for 77.CO for 14.70 $ 277.80 3Cr,4.97 $2932.77 $3932.77 ASSETS. Loans Cash In Treasury ....v..... J97.7O0.0O G.091.95 S102.791.9C well-to-d- , d, Aimer Page, of Gleason, Tenn., visited Mabel Webb a few days last week. Miss Mabel Truby, of Nashville, Is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. II. N. Cowglll. Mrs. J.'A. Porter and children, of Clinton, visited Dr. Luton nnd family last week. Miss Virginia I'rather has returned from a fow days' visit to friends In Mayfield. Carl Schmidt nnd wlfo left Tues day on a visit to relatives In SL Louis and Chicago. Miss Estcllo Knight, of near Brink-ley- , Ark., 1b Uio guest of her uncle, J. H. Travis and wlfo. Mrs. Bella Muse and son, Joe, havo returned to Atlanta, Ga., after a pleasant visit to relatives- - here. A largo number of young folks camo down Friday night from Union City to attend Marklo's river show. Miss Frankye Reld left Tuesdny for a threo week's visit to friends In Louisville, Lowisport nnd other points Tho Baptist Flag Publishing Com pany, of Fulton, has filed articles of Incorporation with a capital of $10, 000. Series No. Shares A2. 20G LIABILITIES. Valuo $100.05 90.37 81. CO 72.C2 C4.0S 5G.86 48.14 40.4G 33.05 20.18 19.31 12.C7 G.18 Total 120.C10.30 12.832.C4 14.507.00 G.94C.64 10,380.96 G.027.40 7.07C.G8 G.229.30 B2. C2. D2. E2. F. G2. 112. 12. 142 178 82 162 90 147 1G4 1GG G,1j!l7r. G.440.28 3,224.77 3.G98.28 1,792.20 2.95 $102,791.95 977 J2. K2. L2. M2. 210 1G7 284 290 Undivided Profits.... Total No. Shares borrowed on No. Shares not borrowed on....l32G 2303 No. Shares In force TOM DILLON, SR., Sec'y. o3 - N on easy terms. No. G9. Twentyflvo ncres of land miles south of Hickman, well Improved, good four-roohouso with good barn, two porches, new cistern, well and running spring. Good young orchard. For the man wanting a. small place, this Is exact' ly what ho Is looking for. Our prlco on this for a short tlmo is $1000.00 R. B. Goalder and wife, of Mclwood, Ark., and Mrs. J. W. Bland havo re turned from a visit to relatives In Illinois.. FOR SALE: My hotel building nnd business. Building almost now, con tains 17 rooms. Good location. Mrs. I. D. Prlco. lOtfc Mr. rhllllps, of Portland, Mo., who has been on business at tbo Ripley Branch of tho Mongol Box Co., ar rived hero this week. Misses Hazel Johnson nnd Dottlo Davidson have returned from an ex tended visit to friends In Chicago, St. Louis and Olney, 111. Tho Steamer Mengol Box Co., went to Cairo Saturday to bring back two barges that tho company has Just purchased from tho Barrett Lino. Sunday was no doubt tho hottest day of tho year. Tho thermometer registered 102 In Uio shade. A number of deaths from heat aro almost dally reported from the cities. Nolen Pool," who has been employed by Bradley nnd Parham for somo time, 1ms accepted a position with Herman Scatcs at Union City. Saturday evening n party of six married peoplo nnd young folks on- Joyed a trip down on tho Ferd Herold, meeting tho Stacker Leo bolow Threo States and returning on tho latter stenmer. Jako Buckhanuon, wlfo and daugh tor, Jess Buckhanuon, wlfo and dnughter, Mr. Gallagher nml mother, of Clinton, 111., and Miss Jesslo Hope, of Jackson, Mo., aro tho guests of J. C. Newton and family in East Hickman. Tho democratic committee of the first appelate district mot nt Princeton Tuesday afternoon and by a ma jority vote called a primary election for tho second dny of November lUOit to nominate a candidate for thu office of Judgu of tho court of appeals to succeed Judge T, J. Nunn, of Hop-kin- s De-Bo- 3L-- U J I ' .. lui ; i - cn Lr ! 4 I.. ..I... .,!... CHRISTIAN CHURCH 8ERVICE8. Karh of theso Sunday l'rvachlnc 11 a. in. and 7:45 known. In to havo a p. m., by I'aitor M. I.. lllani-y-. and tho rvtnnlna a haa now boon do- - SundaV School 9:4& a. m. II. Supt. I'i- indent, aro to bo lco croum and watrrwullons at r appropriate raonu- prlco at tho Grand Social lUlly at tho "of the Confederate day evening, Christian church, ThursAuk. SC. Orchestra and ! g'on U left a mound. apodal program. Kroo to all. 1 lo a f i. i. i.i v... r. - . v. .i.iuita k.ij J tiii foreigner will bo . O Notice. i '" L1 11 " BO t 't All parties Interested in the Brownsville cemetery are requested IU I U lit MIVII to meet Friday, Aug. 27, lor the 'd monument will coat purpose of cleaning off grave yard. J 'I local chnptor of tbo O ' liu i.onii'uurucr uato Mm. II. Mc.MiillIn la tbo guust or j ,p in mia ora. Any i t; ..niribute toward this rolntlvca In tho country thla week. ' After nn illnoaa of aovural weeks, iiuuu mo amount to I urd within tliu noxt N. C. Wouu, ouu of tho best known v bum. bowuvor aumll, moil of thla community and father of t'ij r. iolvfd, for ovory Kdword Webb, died Friday at bla a homo near Fulton. Kor many yearn O Mr. Vibb ran Uio Fulton Foundry to build n memo- ii- x,"t'd Walker left Tuesday morning for Louisville to visit relatives. She will bo gono nhout n month. Miss Utie Parham left last week for St. Louis. From there she goes to Clarksville, Texas, where she has a position. W. A. Johnston nnd family left Tuesday for Ilrownsvlllo ami Ripley, to visit relatives. They lll bo gono about two weeks, Leon Urowder and Marvin Nolcn, of Fulton, woro hero a few days last week, tho guests of Arthur Halo and WIUlo Iloudurant. A fishing and hunting party composed of Rob Gonlder, Nat Elklns, N. R. ilolcombo mid Will Hubbard, left Tuesday for an outing nt No. 9 Mrs. Sam 1'nrker and Miss Irene Fnrls went to Caruthcrsvlllo Tuesday morning to attend tho funeral of a rotative, Jim Farts, who died POSTS FOR SALE: Good Mulber bank uuar Leo news. Miss Myrtle Mrs. Henry Hawkins has been very sick for several days at the home of B. D. Langford, on Route 2. There Is plenty of favorable com ment on our now serial story "Tho Brass Bowl." Aro you reading It? Look It up In this paper and read It. Jns. Jackson and wlfo, of Columbus, nro the guests of Mrs, Mlttlo King this week. Mrs. S. M. Nnlfeh Is also spending tho week with Mrs. King. Stove Stahr and wlfo left Tuesdny on nn extended trip through Uio west. They will visit his brother In Colorado, and will also attend tho exposition at Seattle before returning homo. The Baptist people of Sassafras Ridge have just closed a very successful meeting, conducted by Rev. R. M. Hastings, of Paris, Tenn. There were some 35 reconsecrations and additions to the church. Miss Lillian Maddox, who has been studying both voice and Instrumental In New York for the past four years will give a musical recital at the Lyric Theatre, Friday evening, Aug 27th, for the benefit of the Methodist church. This will be a rare treat for all lovera of music. Admlnlon 25c OOfSl4WT IMt I ft. V. ftbC 4M, YOU CAN PAY twice as much for custom-tailore- d clothes, if you want to, but you cannot buy more than we can give you for, say, and 35c. SECURE AN EDUCATION Tho and Macbluo Shops. Normal Brhnnt n llnul. i iw offtra iin v iu uuilK lloonln ilnslrlmr mi -- -. inran suasion opona P.'sl-- r v iuoj Wrlto for Infor- nt Ky . inri-llmi- tuv Tho now stock law 22c each and In by tho city council wont Into effect lurgo or small uuntltlos. Fred Hay-doClninl Ilamby tins Monday morning. Illckiuan, Ivy. boon appointed apodal officer. First It is rumored that Hicktnan is to day twolvo head woro put In tho city have a wholesale grocery house. pound. According to the rumor, a local retail grocery houte is to change to a ry I'osts, on river recently passed Lino warouuuso, at ESS s Your Kitchen Plumbing Modern? Hive vou ever romlJrrcd the Act that all your food it prepared in the kUcheu and that the uteniili in which it it prepared depend on the unitary equipment of the kitchen for their clcinlincii? 'llii i fact alone thouhl warrant the installation of a thoroughly anitary kitchen link. Let ui examine the plumbing I Mow I hen Iluj jf jt , jefectiVC( tcll vou the coit of putting in a 3laArj' porcehu, Enameled Sink the moat aanitary fixture made. 1 COTTON & ADAMS M wholesale institution. Chas. A. Kennedy has sold his furniture store and other interests at Wingo to B. W. Dodson, and will move to Texas in the hope of bettering his health. He was here last week, the guest of his son, Ascher Kennedy. L, L). Throlkeld, of near town, one of thu host kuuwu men In Fulton county, accompanied by Dr. 1. II. Curlln, went to Nushvtllo last Saturday morning whero nu operation was performed on Mr. Throlkeld for ap. pendicitis. Several years ago Throlkeld Buffered a tUroko of uppondlcltls, and recently ho was bothered considerably with tho sumo ailment. A uiussugo received tho first of tho week Btated that ho stood thu oporutlou remarkably well. Mr-Mr- T. O. Asholl, J. II. Saunders and A. II Loot, n committee from tho Cayco Rural Central woro hero this week to confer with the Hickman Independent Telophono Co., In regard to connection between tho two places. Wo would bo glad to soo this connection m.ido Immediately, as telophono connection between tho two towns has always boon needed. $20 to $40. Select your preference of hundreds of beautiful Fall and Winter woolens, and secure the superior workmanship of county. Irvln Perry, an employe, of tho Mongol Box Co., died Friday afternoon at his homo in West Hickman after n weeks' Illness of typhoid years old fever. Ho was twenty-siand loaves a wlfo uud child to mourn his loss. Ho was n good man and well thought of by his many friends. Sympathy Is extended to tho bereav ed family. x M. C. McVev was arrested Sunday night by officers Wright and Hamby , on a charge of bootlegging. McVey came up from New Madrid Saturday night, and had a suit case Sunday it was full of whiskey. learned that he was bootlegging and a warrant was sworn out for his arrest. He is a stone cutter by trade. Aug. 19, 1938 The city council of Hickman is considering the matter in every of putting hitch-rack- s place, or such places as will not inconvenience the public. They are also thinking of renting for this purpose a few of the vacant lots in the business section, as the lots are only being used at present for garbage receptacles. Ed.V. Price & Co. Amencas largest tailors of good made-to-ord- er clothes'. You have our guarantee of shape, fit, style and extr- W. L. Goheeii, of Threo States, wus hero Monday. Ho Buys that tbo cuttle ncross tho river nro troubled with a form of paralysis, as they aro'un-blto got up when they llu down and Boom to havo no llfu about them. Somo of tho farmers attribute the disease to tho eating of tho cuno that wits overflowed during thu recent o aordinary value in clothes made iust as vou want them Baiizer & Donas D. e. Co. high water. INUOltl'OUA.TKD, t PICTURES BY SYNOPSIS. These opened from celling to floor and should by right have presented to his vision n blank expanso of dark glass. Hut oddly enough, oven while thinking of his lawyer's warning, ho said fancied. . . . "Ahl" had Maltland, softly. A disk of white light, perhaps a foot or 18 Inches In dlamctor, had rtltted swiftly across the gluss and vanished. "Ah, ah! Tho dovll, tho devil!" . murmurod tho young man, uncon-ilously- without rattling th Bras rings frew which tho eurtaln depended. And thes Maltland was In tho passage, acutely on tho alert, recognising from tho continued click of metal tl"t his antagonwns still at his dlfOcult task. ist Inch by Inch thoro was tho Upestry! Very gently tho householder pushed It to-b- Farmers and Merchants Clinton Street, Hickman, Kcntneky. Baiil Init "Md" IHn MaltUnd. on rachtne- - hit Ktw fork tmchrior rluh, met an altrac-ttr- t younn woman at t lie ilnor Janitor O'rlaican aimurad him no on hail wom-adttraverol a within that da flnscr prints In tluit on hit dtk from hit nttorn?r-Maltlanalonit with a dined with Unnnrman. his attorney Ran et out for Oirfnnld. to hit walk famllr let hit country jewels. heDurlnit the younir met wat, to the woman In rar. whom ht had teen lenv- hit bachelors- club. Her auto had lttr rn bn down. He fUcd It. CHAPTER II, Continued. I "Don't!" she Insisted ns much as to say that ho was fanrlcatlnff and sho knew It! "We must hurry, you know, becauso . . . There,. I're dropped Hy tbo tree, there. my handkerchief! Do you mind V "Of course not" Ho set off swiftly toward the point Indicated, but on rcachlns It cast about vainly for anything In the nature of a handkerchief. In the mldtt of which futile quest a change of tempo n the motor's Impatient drumming surprised him. Startled, he looked up. Too late; the girl was In tho seat, tho car In motion already somo yards from the point at which he had left it. Dismayed, he strode forward, raising his Totce In perturbed expostulation. "Dut I ' OTer the rear of the seat a gray gauntlet was waved at him, as tanta-llxlnas the mocking laugh that came to his ears. He paused, .thunderstruck, appalled ."by this monstrosity of ingratitude. gathered Impetus, The machino drawing swiftly away. Yet in the stillness the farewell of the gray girl came toAIm very clearly,. "Good-by!with a laugh. "Thank Handsome Dan!" ITou and good-b- say!" length, with an exclamation, he paused at the first opening In tho living barrier; a wldo entrance from which a carrlago driro wound away to tho house, Invlslblo In the waning light, sltuato In tho shelter of the grove of trees thnt studded tho lawn. -aasolino! llrrrl" said Maltland. shuddering and shivering with tho combination of a nauseous odor and tho night's coolness tho lattor by now making Itself as unpleasantly prominent as tho former. Though ho hated tho smoll with all his heart, manfully Inconsistent he raised his head, snlfflng tho air for further evidence; nnd got his reward In a sickening gust. 'Tank leaked," ho commented with Brevity. "Quart of tho stuff must have trickled out right here. Ugh! It It goes on at this rate, there'll bo another breakdown beforo sho gots home." And, "Servo her right, too!" he growled, vindictive. Dut for alt his Indignation he acknowledged a sneaking wish that ho might bo at hand again, In such event, a second tlmo to glvo gratuitous serv-Icto his gray lady. Analyzing this frame of mind (not without surpriso and somo disdain of blue-ston- o o Tho light appeared again, dancing athwart tho Innor wall of tho room, and was lost as abruptly as before. On Impulse Maltland buttoned his topcoat across his chest, turning up the collar to hide his linen, darted stealthily n yard or two to ono sldo, and with onn noiseless bound reached tho floor of tho veranda. A breath later ho stood by tho front door, whoro, nt first glance, ho discovered tho moans of cntranco used by tho midnight marauder; tho doors stood ajar, a black Interval showing between Ihom, So that, then, was tho way! Cautiously Maltland put a hand upon tho knob nnd pushed. A sharp, penotratlng squeak brought him to an abrupt standstill, heart hammering shamefully again. Gathering himself to spring, If need be, ho crept back toward tho library windows, and reconnoltcrlng cautiously determined the fact that tho bolts had Just been withdrawn on tho Instdo of one win- dow frame, which was swinging wide. "It's a wlso crook that provides his own quick exit," considered Maltland, The sagacious ono was not, apparently, leaving at that moment On tho contrary, having made all things ready for a hurried flight upon tho first alarm, tho Intruder turned back, as was clearly Indicated by the motion of tho light within. Tho clink of steel touching steel becamo audible; and Maltland nodded. Ilannorman was In- - g USUI ' m An Insidious oromn of scorching varnish (the dark lantern) penetratod tho passage while ho stood on Its thresh old, feeling for tho electric light switch. Unhappily he missed this at tho first cast, and heard from within a quick, deep hiss of breath. 8omo thing had put the burglar on guard. Instant wnsted, snd It Anothor would bo too late. Tho young man had to chance It. And ho did. without further hcsltstlon stepping boldly Into tho danger sono, at tho same tlms making ono final, desperate pass st thn spot whero tho switch should have been and missing It On tho tnstsnt thcro camo a click of a different caliber from those that had preceded It A rovolvcr had been cocked, somewhero thoro In tho blank darkness. Maltland know enough not to ntovo. In nnolhcr respect the warning enmo too lato; his fingers had found tho switch at last, and automatically had turned It. Tho glam wns blinding, .momentarily; but tho flash and report for which Maltland waited did not come. When his eyes had adjusted themselves to tho suddenly altered condition, ho saw, directly beforo him and somo six feet distant, u woman's slight figure, dark cloaked, resoluto tion Its two Net, head framed In volllng. features effectually disguised In n motor mask whoso round, staring goggles shont blankly In tbo warm whlto light On her part, sho seemed to receg-nlihim Instantaneously. On his. . . It may as well bo admitted that Maltland's wits wero gone temporarily at least; a state of mind not unpardonable when It Is taken Into consideration that h was called upon to grapplo with and simul. aside. ...ABSOLUTE SAFETV IS THE BASIS, effer to depositors. That Other IidncQiBftnU art f secondary importance, Upon (his GuirnBlce we Solicit Your Pntronaj M. UUCMANAN, Present J. A. TH0nP50N, Csihl,, 3, M. Uubft1". DIRECTORS H. T. A. J, J. C Doeduraat, O. B. Thrtlksld, Eadfor. R U. Isl.r, Dr. . 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Alas for Jauntlness and elegance, alack for case and aplomb! Tricked." observed, Mainland, cas; ually, and protruded his lower Up, thus adding' to the length of 'a counten ance naturally long. "Outwitted by a chit of a girl! Dammit!" But this was crudo melodrama. Real UIng which, he strove to smilo; a sor J 1. taneously to asslmllato three momentous facta. For tho first time In his life he found hlaiself nose to noae with a revolver, and that one of able bodied proportions. and For tho first time In his life, again, ho was under necessity of dealing with a housebreaker. Dut most stupefying of aU he found tbe fact that this housebreaker, this armed midnight marauder, was a woman! And so It was not altogether fearlessness that mado him to all Intents nnd purposes Ignore iho weapon; It Is nothing to bis credit for courngo It his eyes struck past tho black and deadly mouth of the revolver respect-compelling or rwusTUFra. nA ot OROCERlKs, ntESB kilATi Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries Ledf ord & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE (Sttomssf U IX WORKS ISM. ' and looked only Into tho blank and ex pressionless eyos of the wind mask. It was not lack of respect for his skin's Integrity, but tho sheer, tremendous wonder of It all, that rendered him oblivious to the eternity that lay tho other sldo of a slender, trembling r MTADLISHEO TOM DILLON, Sr.. Prop. And so he stared, agape, until pres ently tho weapon wavered and was voice, and tho woman's lowered touched with Irony, brought htm to his tip. riarble CURDINO. a Itantf, dtottMi) and Granite flonuments kinds, HICKmN. STONU WORK sf ill IRON FCNCINO. t t t KENTUCKY senses. "Oh." she only you." remarked, coolly, "If ry alure. Dan,'" quoted he; and cocking his head to ono side eyed tho .road Inquiringly. "Where In thun der d'you suppose sho got hold of that name?" Destowed upon him in callow col lego days. It bad stuck burr-llkfor many a weary year. Of late, however. Its use had lapsed among his acqualn lances; he bad begun to congratulate himself upon having lived It down. And now It was resurrected, flung at him In sincercst mockery by a woman whom, to his knowledge, he had never 'Handsome o ' Thunderstruck, ho was sbla no more than to parrot tho pronoun: "ou yout" "Wero you expecting to meet any she Inquired one else, here, In suavest mockery. Ha lefted his shoulders helplessly, and tried to school bis tongue to co Well, herence. "I confess. . . certainly .' didn't count on finding you And tho black hero. Miss cloak, you xow " "Uovcrslblc, of coursa; gray Inside, ns you see Handsome Dan!" Tbe gtrl laughed quietly, drawing asldo an edge of tho garment to rovcal Its In nor faco of silken gray aud the fluted ruffles of the gray skirt underneath. Ho nodded appreciation of tho de vice, his mind now busy with specula. tlons as to what he should do with th girl, now that be had caught her. At tbe samo tlmo ho was vaguely vexed by her persistent repetition of the ob At That, Very Moment th him who weakly entertained It) he; crossed tho drlvo and struck In over tbe lawn, shaping bis course direct for tho front entrance of tbo house. Dy dead reckoning the hour was two, or something later; and a chill was stealing In upon the land, wafted gontly southward from Long Island All tho world bcaldo himself to slumber, .breathless. Insensate. Wralth llke, gray shreds of mist drifted betweon tbo serried boles of trees, or, rising, veiled tho moon's wan ahd pallid face, that now was low upon tho horizon. In silent rivalry shadows skulked long and velvet-blacacross the amplo breadths of grass. Somewhero a bird Etirrod on Its unseen perch, chirping sleepily; and In tbo rapt silence tho lncpnsidcrnble Interruption broko with sound. seemed Safe Wat Being Attacked. deed Justified; at that very moment tho safe was being attacked. Maltland returned noiselessly to tbe door. His mouth had settled Into a bard, unyielding, thin lino; and a dangerous light flickered In his eyes. Temporarily tbo Idler had stepped aside, giving place to tho real man that was Maltland the roan ready to fight for bis own, naked hands against fltcarms. It It need bo. True, bo had but to step Into tho gunroom to find weapons In plenty; hut theso must be then loaded to bo of service, and precious moments wasted In the process momcntsvJn which the burglar might gain access to and make off with his booty. Maltland had no notion whatever of permitting anything of tho sort to Ho counted upon taking his occur. enemy unawares, difficult as liu be lieved such a feat would bo, In tbe caso of a professional cracksman. Down tho hallway ho groped his way to tho library door, his lingers at length encountering Its panels; It was closed, doubtless secured upon tho In- sldo; tbo slightest movement of the handlo was calculated to alarm tho bouscbreakor, Maltland paused, dollh orating another and better plan, having In mind a short passageway con necting library and smoking room. In tho library itself a heavy tapostry cur talncd Its opening, while an equally heavy portion) took tbo place of a door at tbe oilier pnd. In tho natural ordor at things n burglar would overlook Davidson & Stubbs Meet Your -- AT. Fri Lauderdale's Parlors nrfsaietU DENTISTS. nioVman, Kj. Union Tonsorial In nioknuo. Sail t4 batlui elcHo light. Tirj's hyoraullo obalri sod for comfort. Kj. Olluton Street, Ilickmu, Mail door to Jobci' Cl. beforo laid eyes upon. Odious appella tion, hateful invention of an Ingenious nemy! "'Handsome Dan!' She must havo known me all the time all the time I was making an exhibition of myself. . . , 'Wcntworth?' I know no ono of that namo. Who tho' dickens can he beT" If It had not been contrary to his Ode of ethics, he would gladly havo raved, gnashed his teeth, footed the dance of rago with his shadow. In deed,, his restraint was admirable, the He dd circumstances considered. nothing whatever but stand still for a matter of five minutes, vainly racking bis memory for a clue to tho Identity of "Miss Wcntworth." At length ho gavo It up In despair and abstractedly felt for his watch fob. Which wasn't there. Neither, Investigation developed, was tbo watch. At which crowning stroko of mlsfortuno the timepiece must havo slipped from his pocket Into tbo water while he was tinkering with that Infamous carbureter Maltland turned eloquently red In the faco. "The price," be meditated aloud, with an effort to resume his pose, "Is a high pne to pny for a wave of a gray glove and tho echo of a pretty laugh." With which final fling at Fortuno ho set off again for Maltland Manor, trudging heavily but at a round paco ibrdugh' tho dust that soon settled upon the damp cloth of bis trousors stor. OFFICES: Orr CowUl's drug In 0. D. A, solescent nickname Hnndsomo Dan," he ltcratod all but mechanically, "Why do you call mo that pleaso? Havo wo met before? I could swear, nercr beforo this night!' Hut you nrq altogether too modest' she laughed. "Not that It's a bad trait In tho character of a professional. . . . Hut really I It seems a bit that any ono so widely ad vertised as Ilandsomo Dan Antsty should feel surplse at being rccog nlicd. Why, your portrait and biog raphy havo commanded spaco in uvcry yellow Journal In America recently! And, dropping tho revolver Into pocket In her cloak, "I was nfrald you might bo a servant or ovim Malt land," sho diverted tho subject with a nod. "Hut but It you recognized mo as Anlsty, back thera by tho ford, didn't you suspect I d drop In on "Why, of coursol Didn't you all but tell ma that you were coming bore?' building. Cl7, Tno. LAND dish Book Store Splendid Selection FOR SALE pP-ertprice-Iy ... Both cltjr and frm fit reasonable New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, Notions, Etc Call and s you havo real estateior gale, let m get you a bn;r. ADUUFSSi Erarjlhlnj our stock. l. Hickman CourierReaW Hickman. Kentocky. MarvBerendes&Gompany startling stress. In time not long the house lifted Into view; a squat, rambling block of homo-grown you" archltecturo with little to recommend It savo its keen associations and Its comfort. At tbe edgo of tbe woods the lord and master paused Indefinitely, with llttlo purposo, sur- veying Idly tbo pale, columned facade, sua wondorlng whether or at that ungodly hour- - would rouse tho staff of house servants. If It did not ho contemplated with mild legs and completed their ruination. amusement tho prospect of.tholr sur But Maltland was beyond being dis- priso when, morning come, they should turbed by such trifles. A wounded find tho owner In occupation. "Hannerman was right," ho convanity engaged bis solicitude to tho ceded; "any" delusion fit all other. Tho syllables died viwn his Hps;1 his At" tho oBd of 4$ minutes ho had orerad UiQ remaining, dlstinwL bo- - gaio becamo fixed; his heart thumped vaeii'GrVnfleM sfatlotfand Maltland wildly for an instant, men rp steo stui; ifahor. For live minutes raoro ' ha nnd instinctively ho bold his breath, to the edge of tho veranda iltwJe wtmrlly over tbe lido path py, tho better to command a View ot thsj ha hox hedue which set aside jjrsJ acres from tbo public highway. At library windows. nohs "I thought perhaps I might get through before you came, Mr. Anlsty: but I knew all tbo tlmo that, even if you did manago to surpriso mo or on tho Job, you wouldn't call tho po lice." She laughed confidently, and oddly enough at tbo samo time nervously. "You are certainly a very bold man, and as surely a very care less ono, to run around tho way you do without so much as troubling to grow a beard or a mustache, after your picture has been published broad "Hut" Let Us Be Your Waiter exacting typographic appeti have partaken of our excellent pr. hack for a second serving. Our reasonable, too, and you can most pend on us giving your orders u.c cyt-nd careful attention. Call at this office and look MS We never tire of helping others forged job printing W.antukkJJ l ZZ Intcre., cast" - Try This Flavorlna Inch by Inch tho young man odged Do you evur uso plueapplo Julco for Into tho smoking room, tbo doorito which, providentially stood unclosed. llsvonngT ii is mio ot llio best ttUDsU iQuco within, It was but a moment' ti tuus, for tlioso who do vat cat tout, work to fool his way to tho velvotj wine Added to fruit saiaJs ot aU Uuda toldg aud diaw them asldo, furtuuatsly It 1 uccllcul . 1 this (TO UK CONTINUED,) IlltU cbtavr than thn othir fallow. Wedding lniuito. lc "' iVul " ;.. sal bill, itateunnts, dodjars. cards, ate all I'rompl silvery Just a littlo Uttor thin seams necauary. ' rciv; t" f ttl I Wswl ags of Patent Proper Service AN CA8Y WAY. AS STRAIGHT The Dead-Bea- MEN SEE HIM. THE LAW'S DELAY. leather and Others on. , .rcc.i " i ; ' J ' ' " .,, oU,or not 's,'7, l .... if u "W l,,,ck Innlhnra anVfl ..I'M nlf. arid hlndo tijf .. .....iniv "'.....u, ,7--- wi ' !T r i -- ; ' , rf 7f t' - Mr t urn In nl- more effective tmn. tr Icothors. The do,hom 'nd,,,l(1, icc-m-s ,. rfnaorvcs ponu- ahow wear f 'St'.'' h sb ,." ' .," - V?1" r- J r;rr - - f t M'cr of fltllnjtd. Vanity tlnjr fans, cijrd pone" address c r M W -1 .hanes rnry little to hare Won arc 1,y ickd hit Into mlrafcu- - ',,rc',p,, ln tn p,fln rraiw. Thero It Inln nnn t plRaXIni l"K ... iar.e r .t.- -t leather or other lentil for chnnr.o nni1 for r ,f it , rd It Imn a card caic. bat tlio p3re If left ttt for small rrrtcf tluwpln r-j v " ' t .t fr Many women, liow to dlatribute thrno fit- - . U TaWUS 0K inair-- u asd amall b.n?a. often itold ard hatlnc precloua atone caspa A new abapo na k 'i .I - ...11 1.nnH.M .1 V. pMi n thoa a aueceatton of c '':r: cjc Capa IceloalnR irparate pJrte li ronildfrpd a cood it i f drrny occaalona, but tbo Id'" ' w ikera are to clerer In their ... I . r, w that onn mar hare a Ut t: ratch alrnott any coattitno. Tie tcry pale btacull nnd Cray tonca iti l"'.t arc uaet for beautiful cxtalnlnK the lndlpn-i- " r t .u'pnx'nt. mirror, iJt t 1 r di th nnd poailbly other opera Itcri It r3Y have tbo little fnn. too. flt fnTelopfl bnc or rr bni? with handlo li II one carrlra inytblng In i Li" or baa; of netted A ajjnmeta,! la often prr- r: ' ... , . L. Ult!, c ll annum va iik rmiunn r well J tarila ta ii barxlker-Ci- t' t i If cr.e la travclInK by car --V-, r - r ;it -: J rnckaKcs, ;r t J it'n K downtown there la w m - iof' Li'-s-ir- .e l:ff ro ir.. i '?:-- "(! iVIn fjin r 1 V. . fcflt'j Tl.la model ! hai taken wcll-ltke- ex-tt-- mod-t- ) Another r hu Iti criictnal note In the ainoolh, of motal eurvlnKdown-Yin- ) i 'ch"r In the middle, and In Rc'al handlo, which aroma ol the mounting. Krom i tl lire ahep comca a baa; with d'tuble handle of leather. W la cut down a l".ri''i t! b tho U'!t the tidra belnic left higher. Tho t; ot a imail cbaojca compartment I." 'i i! n en the outalde of tho Ut. wt-.ct-i'lru lit It Is needless to suffer tho tortures of nn aching buck, tho misery of backaches, rheumatic pnlns, urinary disorders, or risk tho danger of diabetes or might's dlsenao. Tho euro If) easy. Tho youne; houaeVccper, actllnir tip Tront tho cause tho Sidneys with her eatnbllehmont, Doan's Kidney rills. aomotlmea finds It (limcult to Inatruct tbo nmld II. Mnyno, Market who aervca tho fnmlly meala to do the St, I'nrls, Tcnn., work nolaelcaaly nnd properly. says: 'Weak kidtho drat principle to Icurn li neys mado my back Hint pverytbltiR almuld be hnnded ta stiff nnd lnmc. Tho tho left aide of tho peraon who la urlno was cloudy nnd which ennhlea them to aerve Irregular and I had to thctnaelvca cnally with tbo right ret up many times In Inylng the table ono muat hnve at night I lost energy, bocamo weak an ore to preaervlng balaneo with that i put on. That la, If a nnd could not work. Doan's Kidney alt cellnr la placed nt ono aldo tliore Mils removed nit tho troublo and remuat bo another In tho correapondlnx stored my health and strength." placo on tla other. A fern or a dish Kcmcmbcr tho namo Doan s. Sold of fruit or even nn empty dlah, tf It by nil dcnlcrs. CO cents a box. la n pretty oner muat alwnya bo placed Co., Buffalo, N. V. In tho very center. Around that are the extrn forka nnd apoona, aa attrao-tirHEARTFELT SYMPATHY. aa you can nfranRo them. In front of tho placet of peraoni who nro to ho aented thcro muat bo a pinto. The knife la put nt tho right aldo n the furka at the left, the tines pointing up. It tbcio Is a aoup apoon It goes bcaldo tho knlfo. The oyater fork nlao la next to the apoon nnd knife, hut that for oyatcrs la the only fork that Is plnced at the right All tho others go to the left If more than one la required, as for tatad after tho meal, tbo larger fork goes next to the plato. Spoon a or deaaert, whether they am large or amall, are over the plate; that la, nro acroaa tbo top. The napkin ahould bo folded Wife If my first husband were with two polnta under nnd laid In the alive wo ahould bo celebrating out plate, a aquare ot bread being; tucked silver wedding awny In It It tho meal la dinner. Husband what a pity be died so To giro exact dlrectlona for ecrr- - soon. In a meal la almoat Impoaalule, for It Almott Any Mother. doponda entirely upon tho mlatreaa The mother of a largo family fH and whether aho wlahes It done formally or (Imply. According to preaent 111 and died, and the attending phy cuatom a plato ahould alwaya be sician reported that aho died of star but he It was Incredible, plnced before a peraon na aoon aa one vatlon. get the la removed, ao that the place la never proved It; The woman had to empty. In very almpte living thta la dinner, and then spend tho noxt two hours In waiting on tho family and not done. getting tha children to tho table. It Few houaekeepers hnvo more than was never on sho got all the roaat on the Ublu theae daya, veg- ot tbem thcro record that time, and at tho same etables being at the aide table from they camo straggling In all tbo way which they are handed by the maid, potatoes to pie. lly the time who returna them there after each from she bad wiped the last face, ber own peraon has been snrvvd. hunger bad left her, and aho bad no If they nro to bo kept on the table desire to eat Chickens, tho doctor, aide, another at aald, come running ono would be at one at feed time, but tho other aldo of the meat, or two children don't. A hen has a better dlahea might bo put at the foot of the chance to eat than a mother. Atchtable. That la n matter of Individual ison Globo. preference which each houiekcepcr decides. Pleasant for Mr. Bennett Tho maid serving ahould wear a William S. llennctt, a representaamall whlto cap and a big npron with tive from New York city, went to bib and atrapa over the ahouldcra nnd n polltlcnl meeting In his discroulne at tbo back. It la moat be trict one night when he was much coming. younger than ho Is now. Quiet In the dining room la a thing "Tho chairman," said llennctt "was Hint muat be striven for by the maid. a very literal person. Ho looked at A noisy peraon la an abomination 'and tic gallery, where one woman was sittho rnttlo of dlahea and claah of allver ting, and said: 'Lndy nnd gentlemen, ahould not bo permitted. this Is a moat momentous campaign. Thcru aro gravo Issues to bo disNew alike paranoia hnvo hnndlee to cussed. Later we will hear from our match, mado of enameled or lacquered best speakers, but, for the present, we will listen to Mr. Dennett'" wood. at Dinner Table on How to Cure Kidney Troubles Easily and Quickly, the Moit Deiplaed Creature That Walks the Earth. t la Probably sTtuce HER Tor-hiip- a No man Is wholly fro from sin, but so mnny leaser evils nro tolcrnted that a man ahould licaltnto long before becoming n ilcad beat. Criminals nro do- splard nnd nbhorcd, but to tho dead-bea- t all that Is coming, as well ns tha contempt of his fellow men. There Is something nt onco so mean nnd so e In taking advantage of tho confidence which comes with friendship tbnt the hand of every man Is turned against n dead-ben- t as soon as his reputation Is well established. The dead-beamay fondly Imaglno ho Is living easy and making money without work, and, of course, ho takes no account of tho confidence ho violates nnd the hardships ho Inflicts on others, Hut that aside, ho really has a harder tlmo than tho man who and fair. He Is compelled to move n good deal and peaco of mind ho knows not IJko other types of crooks, ho doesn't prosper, and his finish Is nioro unpleasant than tho beginning. Atchison Olobo. (It-tit XM' well-know- LIFE TO Lydia E. Pinkhatn's Vegetable Compound CHILD e HAD SIXTY BOILS. And Suffered Annually with a Red Scald-tikHumor on Her Head. Troublea Cured by Cutlcura. to-da- "When my llttlo Vivian was about six months old her head broko out In bolls. Sho had about sixty In all and I used Cutlcura Soap nnd Cutlcura Ointment which cured her entirely. Somo tlmo later n humor broko out behind her cars and spread up on to ber head until It was nearly half covered. Tho humor looked lllto a scald, very red with a sticky, clear fluid coming from It This occurred every spring. I always used Cutlcura Soap bavo been and Ointment which never failed to heal It up. Tho last tlmo It broko Sore throat ia no trifling ailment. It out It became so bad that I was disinfection to couraged. Dut I continued tho uco of will tometimes carrythe food that i the 'enthrough eaten. tire Cutlcura Soap, Ointment and Resol Hamlini Wizard Oil ia a ture, quick cure. vent until sho was well and has never Chicken-heartepeople are always been troubled In tho last two years. Mrs. M. A. Schwcrln, C74 SprlnB Wells ready to hatch up an excuse. Ave., Detroit, Mich., Feb. 24, 1908." DAVIS I'AINKII.I.EIt FMUf Drt4 A Ctuna. Oorp, Bote rropi, Bottoa. ! tbe for rnnpt, ufrit ao4 url reuitHlT woandund eolle and dlirrhA. Ala liniment for aac ana wo. b-- HIx What's the best way to never Vinnna. W. Va "I feel thfttl6w settlo n que(lon7 tho last ten years of my life to I.ydla law about It Dlx Go to is. 1'inKiiam s vege table uompounu. Strictly After Nature. Eleven years aco I A public building waa In course of wan a walking erection In ono of tho weatcrn towns shadow. I had been ot Scotland, In tront of which a bust under tho doctor's A of Tho Druco was being carved. carcbutRotnorelief. Sty husband perballlo halted opposite tbo suaded mo to try sculptor ono day and calW out: Lvdla&rinkliams "1 say, sculptor, d'ye no think ye Vegotablo Combao thnt beard Inclining a weo thing pound and It worked to tho left?" llko a charm. It resculptor, ballle," said the "Man, lieved nil mv nalns up the and misery. "d'ye no see tho win's blnwln' I advise all suffering street the noo?" TId lllts. women to tiko Lydia E. nnkham.' Vegctiblo Compound." Silts. Emma. Couldn't Blame the Boy. Whkatox, Vienna, W. Va. Lydia E. llnkham's Vegetable Com"Young man," said the stern parent, "when I was your ago I had to work pound, mado from hatha roots and. herbs, contains no narcotics or liarm--t for a living." j j1 holds tho record, drugs, and y "Well, sir," answered the frivolous-lcures for the largest number of actual mcdl-clnInclined youth, "I'm not to blame of female diseases of any similar o ' for that I have always disapproved in the country, and thousands of of my grandfather's attltudo in tho voluntary testimonials aro on file In matter," tho I'lnkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., from women who havo been cured from almost every form of For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. The beit remedy for Grlpp and Colda It female complaints, Inflammation, uU Illcka' Capudlne. Relieves the aching and ccratlon,dlsplacemcnts,flbroid tumors, feverlahneas. Curea the cold Ileadachen Irregularities, periodic pains, backache, alio. It'a Liquid EftVcta Immediately 10, Indigestion and nervous prostration. 23 and COc at Drug Store. Every such suffering woman owes it to If a girl can pass her thirtieth birth- herself to give Lydia E. rinkham's day without detection she begins to Vegetable Compound a trial If tou would llkosncclal advice think the dates,, n tbe,JaraUy record about your case write r confidenslightly mixed.""" may to-day tial letter to Mrs. Pinkliani, at Lynn, Mass. Her advice Is free, ' and always hclpfuL RLD WEARS pramillltQnequaiiea. sic, LUCKY MAN. Occasionally women try to reform a roan by roasting him. Sir. Wlnalow'a Soothing- - Htt-j- d. For ehlMrrn ImiSiIdj, f leiu toe tint, radutti easy beginning Justify the finish. An SScabottle. doesn't always W. L. DOtTOLAS SHOES art Batter Value for tha Price Than Ever Before. Tt.qnalttv,vorkmanirilpliMl itTl.'mnnot t nrrllrd. A trial II all Iliac li nmlrrt la ronrlnrt anrone that W. I. Dovvlai abort tl.M hold thrlr eliar. nt tetter and wear longer ut lhn of Jut mates. $110 W. f.IKxixlaa revntatlon forth tteat abort SIM that ean to vroitnred for tht prlra world, vtdei Ut atanda rrr. ot'ererr pair a I Kb I fuaranteea foil TaltM to tha irearer. Sl.N tk r.t.ll f1 I. ttamr-- a . ts. b1lm. . TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Bhovi for KTery Member of the Tamlly, Men, Ilnj-a- , Women, MUaea ami Children. WaereTer yen Itre, W. L. Itouaiaa ihoee are wltn your reaei. It roar dealer rannot flt yoa. write for UaH Order Catalog. W,L.1KI.'11LAS, llrocltoo, ilaaa. ts.oo aa as r afff f 7 rM av m ar --Ma- Ml WaV f mis r aW u . tr X W f vr Food H f She Two men whom1 1 refused to marry, sir, have become millionaires I He Is that the reason whyt Products distino r' LfMy'm Cmokmd Cormmd Bmmf There's a marked Neat Candle Shade Evening Things Up. There Is much rivalry between Judges Hosatsky and O'Sulltvan of the general sessions in New York and last week It looked as If O'Sulltvan bad Died In Good Company. the laugh on his rival for all time. He A clergyman, who was not averse had a man before him whoso name to nn occasional glass, hired an Irish- was Itosalsky, but who swore that be But Friday things man to elenn out his cellar. The Irish- was an Irishman. He brought wero evened up when a man named man began his work. forth u lot of empty whisky bottles, Flynn was brought before Judge Itonnd ns ho lifted each one looked salsky and swore that he vas a Jew. through It at tho sun. The preacher, The Doctor Explained. who was walking on tho lawn, saw The doctor had brought a patient to him nnd unld: 'They aro all dead ones, l'at" "They nret" said Pat. tho hospital. The operation was not "Well, there Is ono good thing about to be a complicated one. "Was It really necessary for the It they all had tho minister with patient to go to tho hospital!" somethem when they wcro dying." body asked. The doctor nodded. "Yes." he replied. "It menus a root Pralaea American Woman. Alfred K.ut anya that American for the new house I am building." women," like American r. .tchlncs, need Cleveland Plain Dealer. but little man power. Tbo American The Worm Turned. woman, he saya, Is tho moat woman In tho world, therefore wTho clerk lb tho shoo storo was Insufferably hot sho Is tho most charming. Our excel- tired. The day was system, ho thinks, la Tho customer who waa trying to catch lent educational Goaded to reaponslblo for tho fact that American a train was clamorous. desperation the clerk exwomen are such "good fellows." Tit-liltchum-mablhard-drive- BB9t and even :the best, that's sold ia bulk. t i o n between LHtky'm eoaTffaf Oorma Constipation 'For ortr nine yeere I suffered with chronic constipation and during this time I had to take an Injection of warm water once ererr 14 honra-befor- e I could hare an action on tnr bowela. Happily I tried CaacareU, and today I am a well man. During the nine years before I used. CaacareU I suffered untold misery with Internal. piles. Thanks to you, I am free from all ,that this morning. You can nse this ln behalf 6f suffering humanity. B. P. Fisher, Roanoke, HL. Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do (iood. Never Slcken.Weaken or Gripe. 10c. 25c. 50c. Never told In bulk. The fen-nitablet stamped CCC Guaranteed t care or your money back. 830 mmya Bremt Whlto KHsttm, all the natural favor of the fresh, prime' beef is retained. It is pure Evenly and mildly cured and scientifically cooked in wholesome, delicious and ready to serve at meal time, Saves work and worry ia summer. Other Libby "Healthful" Meai-Time-Hin- u, UNIVERSITY XDWJM B. Tala-a- TULANE LOUISIANA sncw oRULaUra CUllUABi U. S., ITwillaail. ol lW all ready of Ktw wttk to serve, are: VtMf lomf mhofy Evmtortmtl Oaww Ohmw "Purity goes hand in hand with Products f the Libby brand". Write for free Booklet, "How to maka Good Things to Eat". insist .EBfftaMrt. -- Lrtaitetet, Sutl-U- y. Jt4. Iclns, rWBMrr, taa liartawii I Woe. KatMsra tarn. 1W kH taatpt H. U f all 4arfaartaa-Nail tut. OWjtiiiwaiat NdMa tat, Wfuas Itt. Stasl of" Mv-tai cmJ.kajwaj AaMma. K. K. Savrr, Sxttair tMparaw tL2si. Modm etessJtonaa, taMawv laa nkm, Ubrsnart. aad 0rM ar S.r4 U tauivM, Idmn, Ait, Law. Ikm I1 f VaivrwtT U all at OrWaaa, lU snsrVopblas k lanM BamA. H- -a m tawCV DrfaaitawaM. postulated, bottlo of Examine carefully CASTOKIA a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and seo tnat It Hears tho Important to Mother. every "No, we don't have a salesman tor each customer. This ain't no Chinese Sunday school." Says a Press Humorist. ''Shakespeare, It Is said, never repeated." "He didn't bavo to run a dally humorous feature." "Hut Montaigne, whenever he saw a ATn U WaxntM to tU Signature In Uso For Over :10 Years. Tho Kind You Have Always nought PAOiriO PIMLESS CLOTHES LM bells on alght. Prurita f li to tn a week. Eiclualre territory Sauiple by mall li cents. 1'ACIFIU l'lMXSH CLOTIIKS LINK CO. Lumber Eicliauge llullulny, l'ortlanil. Oregon TE.N.NCSSCE COLLEGE (For Women) n.DdMini. new .oa bullJlDie. lkerarainDua III UU. llMllkfalclltuaU.hltf tedutWMlUa41UoAa. IbrletlaDlarlUMlraaDdboni.ronitorta. TralnwlaarM. imjiieai ruiiur. i.cuiir oi9, inuiTHiuai aiiaiioo. Drlleiltntle.r. Korr.talotf.aibl rem II J.Mum.tU'rM or J HUuni.lt. u.o. llgr. sL.al.lii. Hurt bora Ttnn. Design for Oandle; Shade, with One-Fourt- h Pattern. manner AIX pnrtWs ufnrfnlra, barara nnd bolng held fur1 rn purpoo or nnolher nnd thoao o charge nre nn the lookout forthtnga sovel nnd uacful. Attractive "Mle ihadea nil the bill admirably, Uiey prove ready aellcra. Ono of mot effective nnd nt tha same "as Ineipvnalvo variety of shades la "Me on a frame ot heavy wdtcr-Proo- f prt.r, paints black, with a tula I'Pr, luch as Japanese rlco paper or thin water-colo- r pnper, painted a beautiful bright eolors and lined In 'Mia Ink to give tho effect of leaded It la very alinplo to make nnd riulDK when Unlahed nnd ll8hted. The dv!Kn for n round candle Wide l given nnd ot tbe "'"' 7h" given Is merely IMBCll '.r UWM' wllh n m ui 1 inch end, to bo turned la at bt angua to theahadonnd faatetled MAnothor wnJ- - to tlhlsh la to '7 '. ne ono-fourt- li hoover It Aatrong will wrapt paste Tho flrat atep la to trace tho pattern on tho heavy water color pap'or by means ot carbon paper, then paint It black and cut It out Tho frame will then look )lko tho small diagram ln corner of the the upper right-hansketch. Noxt tho panels may bo traced nnd painted In vptter color, uatni; theae colors: Clouda, white; eky, light cobalt bluo; water, darker' blue; treee, green; land In foreground, a shade darker green; hills In wlddlo dlatance, yellow green; hllla In distance, violet; cnstlo, medium gruy, with roofs In soft old terra cotta; windows, purple; bridge, darker gray than castle, uudurneatb part ot brldgo purple: reflection of brldgo In water, purple; reflection of clouda In water, white. Vhon tho pulnt la perfectly dry go over oil the lines with India Ink nnd a coarse pen, Tho panels nro now ready to glue Into the frume. The tiny thumb sketch In the up corner ot the cut shows per Uft-bnu- d good things, nnnexed It." Tho Major "Ah, ho was moro llko the rest of gavo me last week, Miss Antique; for though It Is withered It still reminds us." me ot you! Rough on Hats, unbeatable exterminator Miss Antique Slrl Rough on Hen Lice, Nest Powder, 25c. For Headache Try Hicks' Capudlne. Rough on Dvdbugs,PowdcrorLtq'd,25c. Whether from Coldi, Heat, Stomach or Rough on Fleas, Towder or Liquid. 25. N'ervou truublti, tho arhea are apvrillly RoughonRonches,row'd,15c.,LIq'd,26c. relieved by Capudlne. It's to take l.rrecta Immediately. 10, a Rough on Moth and Ants. Powder, 25c. und 60c at Drue Biorcs. Rough on Skccters, agreeable to uso,25c. A Parting In High tlfe. B. 8. Wells, Chemist, Jersey Clty.N. J. "What wero the terms of tbo True to tlfe. Teacher Johnnie, do you know "She keeps tho poodle." what a blotter la? Cured at Once. Johnnie Yessum. It's do t'lng wot Bo ray all who take l)r Iliftreri Huckleber-ryouso huuts fer wbllo do ink gets dry. rnnliHl for Dysentery, Diarrhoea ami ChildrrnTecthing.At Druggiata 23c and 50c. A small boy doesn't have a very When you hear n girl speak of a iooi tlmo at a picnic unless bo re oung man as bolng a bear well, you quires tho services of a doctor a few hours later can draw your own conclusions. IJquld-pleus-unt v What Did He Mean? I Baved that roso you i oa m m XJMy'a at your grocers. Ubby, McNeill L Ubby HALFTONES $1 Up.atatlonerr luMUherof ihu pper vr Itr tA 0QIUDI on printing-- nvwaiatkiwr uuakrouroracr4vnaaoiiMDnisurK. flaoaoo W. N. U., MEMPHIS, NO. I Z! DROPSY JSfSB!SS!XL KHKIl UU. U. U. UHBMNH bONS. lloa H. llookat testimonials and Hoars' lroauo.nl TrMTa, U I CDCC TXiautlUlt.Wril. UJ .r. Owners oauea, prices, 1 tarwa, ranches. cuWnlrutlon tracts. Itur fraui ' oanvra.bavaouuiwUsloua.l.MU f4i ,l is ,Ti ntt peley 0r whiskey and DRUG US I PS G 1 Up 702 Park Avenus, HOT SPRINGS, ARK. A courso of Hot Springs Oaths given each patient. Correiponoeuco Confidential. Write for Information Genuine Kkelbv Instituti ia Arkansas. not do. U coiilled shudu. aoausa ol trtoaa ugly, grluly, gray halra. Us "LA ORKOLS" HAIR RKSTORKR.a price. 91,00. reUilk r Stops Falling Hair Aycr's Hair Vigor Is composed of sulphur, glycerin, uulnln, sodium chlorld, capsicum, satfc. alcohol, water, anil perfume Not a tingle Injurious ingredient In llil list. Auk your doctor if llii l not no. Follow hh advice. A hair food, a hair tonic, a hair dressing. Promptly checks falling hair. Completely destroy! all dandruff. Tim bint way to manngo n wife In to keep yourself nlways her lover. O AYER'S MAIR VIGOR If you wish to have your prescriptions fitted Qlcfa ly and Accurately take them n A WHOLE TIMBER PIECE MALL Im- iiiinnii C"""''Wnri, ' cat .... Plan for Making a Handy Farm plement at Small Expense and Trouble, It Cowgill's Drug Store where you may got your Drug wants at any hour white nnk post 0 or diameter and 4 or S feet long tn make A mail slmlllar to that DEMOCRATIC shoMi In the accompanying Illustraround In l'r a Inches A .t H In- NOMINE Docs not Color the Hair J O AYER'S MAIR VIGOR Atll Tho best biography tho tlfo that t writes charity la tho largest loiter. O tion About IR Inches from tho end saw around the Kst, leaving 2Mi Inches For Rcprcienal. i IVtlir twll. Man need love, tenderness mid sympathy nn much as flowofH need Children DAY OR NIGHT Cowgill's Drug store (Incorporated) Frank L u.,l: nlr and sunshine. O - Fr Sheriff; Circuit Court Clerk, For J" GOOD, OXjEAJXT KENTUCKY COAL Delivered anywhere in ihe city at Gnther n wreath from tho gnrden bowers nn d toll tho wish of thy heart In flower. O to wash the dishes, do the houseTho wife In superior to tho husband work and prepare that man's dinner, in ns ninny things n the husband I but "was not well." Me was t con. superior to the wife. It Is not well salentlous man, that. to forget Hint. O A Daughter's Part at Home. The essontlnl element of tmo Ono of the sweetest thing n girl are: n sound, Blmplc, o.very can do Is to recelvo friends graciousday life, with no nhnmo to hide nnd no pretences to keep up". That whrch ly, particularly at home. In one's Is pe makes hospitality n- - burden nnd not a own house a rordlal manner del Ik lit Is n foolish viiulty which wish-e- s culiarly fitting. Do not stand off In tho Ihjw coldly to appear better thnn It tins tn middle of the room and and formally tn n friend who linn rail dlvldo. ed. Walk over to meet her, give her O your hand, and say pleasantly that Don't any that it doesn't matter you are very glad to seo her ngsln. how you look around the house, for It Stiff, cold and formal ways of greet does matter a good deal. It matters ing acquaintances are not proper In R for tho Kunoral credit of tho establish- wlrl welcoming guests to her father's ment, of which tho fomlnlno liond U houso. A daughter's part Is to assist the creditable or questionable repre her mothor on every social oconslon sentative; It matters In Its example The girl pours the tea In her mother's to the children nnd to tho help; It draw when friends drop In at matters to tho husband nnd tho father five o'clock. Quito often, when no who usually. If he Is half a man, feel maid Is present, she helps the guests a senso of pride In tho apperancv of to sandwiches and rakes which nre his family. It Is poor oncourugeiiltnt served at n flvo o'clock tea, nnd her to him to find confusion and caruleen-nes- s self hands the cups nnd takes them In dress and wnsto and destruc from tho guests who would like to bo tion running riot about his dwelling relieved. It is one of the Important dutlos of Apart from and more Important every woman to koop horself and her even than hor manner to a gunst who good condlllon.ns possible happens In house In as for nn hour or a day. Is considering her circumstances. the manner of a daughter to hnr fell) O er and mother. Tho father returns Sympathy, happiness and cheerful to his home ofler a weary day at ness aro moro than acts. Thy are business. He Is tired In body nnd mind. Corning back, as his latch key ' part of the Individual life. turns In the home door ho throws off care; he Is Joyous at the thought of When the high heavens can bo mlr the dear ones he will meet after hours rored In a drop of dow, why may not of absence. Ill young daughter. In a tho smallest deed of life mirror the pretty gown, with tho bloom and wholo spirit of Christianity. freshness only girlhood wears, should O bo ready to give him tho attention ha Sometimes a person's tongua gels loves tho kiss, th. cheery word to them In trouble. Watch tho tongue; help her mother nnd tho rest In lot it Is your tongue, it belongs to you, ting hor father seo how much be Is and It Is the only one for which you loved at home. Men glvo up a great neighbor's deal for their families their time Your ore responsible tongue may need enro also, but that's their strength, tho knowledge thoy his business. Watch your tonguo; hao gained In lifo'a exKrlonees It needs watching. It Is a fire watch they spend everything freely for their It. It Is the helm which guides tho homo's sake, and tho home should pay its debt la much outspoken love. vessel. Lot the helmsman keep wldo awako. It can bless or It can curse; It can poison or It can heal; it can Beware of Ointments for Catarrh plerco hearts and blight hopes; It can that Contain Mercury, sow discord and soparate chief mercury wilt surely destroy theriot friends. Watch your tongtiu, no one smell ninl th whole but you can take enre of that tongue. yttem when enlerlnif drti II through th inu neighbors mny wish they could rout ur(c. Hurh articles should never Your lie ued except on prescriptions from rebridle It, but they can't do It lug-roo- Jicr 1; : t O School Superintendent, Whole Timber Piece Mall. In tho center for a handle. With an ax or hatchet hew out tho handle and the mnll Is complete. Miss cvtii County Auction County Judge, w. a -- $3.75 IP g 2? APPLE Along 6t Ground TREES ON ROADS. Ton Highways Would Occupy That Would Otherwise Be of No Value, at: 1 County Attorney: These prices are made for the month of August only; and you will save big money by laying in your supply of coal NOW. W. f. MONTGOMERY Sprinkling Rates For 1909 The sprinkling rate for the season, be- ginning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1909, in residence section, is 50 foot front and under .. 8c for each additional foot. . $6 $6 Ji Business house rate, each door This is payable in advance. If you have paid, please don't sprinkle not Hickman lee & Coal Co. IKCOHfOltATKR O not mothor at your housework, father In your study do not bo al ways "too bUBy." Tho little heart wants an outlet, the upraised bud wants a kiss, the llttlo hoarts bnvo something to toll you, a little grief to bring, a small Joy, a game of play expected now and then. Ah, be ware Those requirements will sluckeu and will cease, If It bo too ofton. "Now run away, dear, father Is busy." "Don't be troublesome, dear, mother must do her work." Of course there must bo checks sometimes; of course overindulgence Is the worst kindness. Itut bo Your State, County and School Taxes for the year 1909 a rule, repellant, unsympathetic;not as they will go olsowhere, aftor a while, with are now due, and as this is my last year, in office, I shall have their llttlo confidences, their llttlo wants, their llttlo losses, their llttlo to have my final settlement with State and County Taxes at an griefs and Joys, their little winning wuys, with tho refreshment of their date than before; therefore shall be forced to make all pure, delightful beings. Perhaps you erlier will bq sorry thou then, when Uio possible. It will be impossible for me to mischief Is done sorry when the now collections as soon as toy Is uo longer, as n matter of first "father" to wait on anyone, so if you want to save cost of garnishee or course, broughttoddlingtofeet svo; whon tho seek but to mother for drying of levy meet me or my deputy at the following places and pay: tears, whon the pattor of unsteady foot always passes your door. Ah, you will bo sorry then that you wero so foolish, sorry that you toured tho . . birds away. Do TAXES! 1 A writer In the Iturnl New Yorker. In aenktng of tho advantage of plantCounty Court Cleric ing apple trees on the roadsides, says: I am very much In favor of the plan, and know of no particular disadvantage. Trees set along the highway occupy ground which would otherwise be of uo value, and really add so much to the workable land of the farm. The For Sheriff. ground along the highway Is usually has ! r. fertile and rich, from tho fact that most of (he growth has died dewn upon It for year, and It has also been For County Judge. enriched from the road. Now that It J ami.', ij L. eema to be pretty well established that goMj growth and fruit ran bo obtained by tho mulch system, and For Jailer. the mulch can be grown beneath. I w. r see no reason why It Is not an Ideal spot for nn orchard. It la sometimes urged that there will be rnnalderabln stealing by travelers along the road, but If you aro too miserly tn give a few apples that might be taken, you can plant all winter varieties to ob1 viate any temptation. I would not advise setting the treea Insldo of the fence In Ihe fletd, as I find that a row 'V of trees shades the ground, and unless Juit it yi vr. trimmed quite high Interferes In the have in caie pftrte growing of Ihe crops, while If on the , outalde they do not bother. . .. . "I do not see any reason why It panles you w JA iswlu would not be a good placo along tho to lUrlb with agi.s railroad, provided the company would give permission for the same. The Don l o- -l till casern only disadvantage I could think of you may re ':- - n't would be. It the trees wero set loo thick they might prevent the road TVI TO 4 Mil D . , from drying out In rainy weather and In some places cause a drifting of the snow. In all such cases I would advise setting trees quite a distance from each other. In my long eiperl- ence, and my father's before me, of over SO years, I know that It la pos sible to grow many thousands of dollars' worth of apples with practically no expense, t think my father was the first ono to set trees along the roadside In central New York, but will say that the number has extended U this vicinity until there are a large II: K)IA!t, Kt putable ptirilelmis.ns the daman they will number of them In bearing." do U tn thn itood jou ran poltil)r Rooitjs and Board derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, EFFECTIVE WIRE STRETCHER Tomanufactured J K. J. dtirney A ledo, 0 contains no mercury, and Is taken LT c Internally, acting directly upon the Mood A Farm Implement Than Can Be Put by the day cr wele fortable roT.i anil mueous surface of the system. In to Good Use on Any buyln Hall's Catarrh Cure if sure you set Farm. the genuine. It It taken foleuially nnd Reasonable Ratei! matin In Toledo. Ohio. Iiy F. J. Ubeney .1 tV, accompanying The Illustration Testimonials (re. shows a method of wire stretching Hold by DrutfirtiU. price 75c per tuttle. Take Ilallli Fnnilly Pills forctinstlpntion. IMrPnr?nnri , biaie.u Uo You Larry r' ict' 1 liv T 4 Cottage Hotel... ten-fol- d )- 'l'btjca c KENTUCKY Shelbyvlllo fvAIR DATES. 'August August ,.August August August 'August (..Sept. .Sept. M..SepL Sept. 21 26 2G I 4 days days hllzabcthtown Springfield London Kloronco ...August 213 das i day 4 SC Slogans tab Frankfort llardlnsburg Nlcholasvlllo Thompklusvlllo Forn Creek Franklin Hodgenvlllo Montlcollo Glasgow . Sanders . Louis vlllo .Supt. vSept. days 313 days 3 days 31 G days 1 days 14 days 2 3 days 7 1 days da)4 FREE Ma chi Sewing runs lighter other. tUr thtf 16 xStrFREE lait lontfer other. A Wire olso-wher- o ScotUvlllo Hodford ..,.8upU ,...Sopt. ,...Hopt. ,...Hopt. Oct. 13 74 day 84 days 84 days 0 Strttohsr. tFREE more beautiful tk" Aug. 25 Crutchf ield . Aug. 26 Fulton . . Aug. 27 and 28 Cayce . O Uo always attracted attention aa ho marched up tho muln aisle of tho ahuruh with his sleek silk hat on bis left hand, his hair faultlessly combed, his face as smooth as u billiard ball nnd his clothos as fuultlessly brushed as though Just from tho tailor shop. When tho servicou wero concluded, Fulton Books at the City National Bank, at Fulton, at all times, as well as Hickman Books at our office in Hickman. J. T. 8eflt, Sheriff Fulton Co. and ho was passing Into tho Sunday school room, uu old ludy asked him for tho health of his wife, "Oh, she1 Is not very well." Tho fact was, thoi ;ioor woman had built tho fires, pro-pared breakfast, brushed, his clothes,' combed bis hair and was left at houiu 1 Fertilizing the Orchard. Apples, like any other crop, exhaust K'ktOH 3 ,...Oct. the soil, and unless the fertility Is replaced exhaustion will surely follow. FOIt BALK: Thirty bead of nlco It has been proven that fruit from a orctVrd Is lets liable to breeding owes 4c per pound. L. C. attacks from Insect potts. Is more Maddox. Jldh highly colored, has less cult fruit and sells for moro In any fruit market Experiments have also demonstrate YYYYTTYYTYSTTYVYTTTTTYTYV ed the fact that potash and phosphor lc acid are the two elements most needed by orchard soils and that It Is boat to avoid nitrogenous manures, 4 which stimulate tho late growth of Z for medicines for ihe sick and 3 wood, which, especially In short sea- ailing should be filled only 5 turns, will not mature and which will tvilh ihe purest drugs and by 2 bo more or loss winter killed. 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