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A BLUE HARE HERE mrnni that roar iti!. erlptlon h cinlred Ifrwi wnnt the paper to earn to roil lifter thli month llnw-promptly ' , Spankm' DDOd TBam' DrEasB thB nxles Dt Vr Wagon' Old Man, and LbVs Hitch Up , TT i, IN WESTERN KENTtJOKT ur ni U HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1000. WHOM! WO. EBTABLI8HED IN THE TEAR Q.lna lH&n JT.Hy y wnr Jji? Slkidt - Courier - of - clug, - 29, - 1879 !; mm - Hickman SCHOOL DAYS! ...BOYS SUITS... Up-to-da- - CTRAY LOCAL NOTES TAKE&CIFP... Ful- Kentucky has 12 electori.il voles Oet. 38th. Miss Estello Ileneau has returned irn hut promised lo Wheat market i No. 2 red 90c homo from school at Knoxvllle, Term. "i ti rounty fair. wo. J red 80c t No. 4 red 73c. i Will soon be here and you arc naturally thinking of getting Ilod S. Watkins, of Dyerabure. wan Mahoney announces In the distribution of the school the guest of Clarence Hood last Fri : will open Sept. 8th. lunu, Kentucky receives a percaptia your boy or girl ready. Wc want you to see how well wc are day. Jai. Warner arrest. 01 91.43 Tnrcpared to fill your wants in this line. S. A. Foust, of RlDloy. Tonn.. wan steal- ! r Ust week for Sheriff I). R. Walker left Tues-da- y tho guest of Miss Loto CavltL Sun for the State penitentiary with day. AmberR warm the two prisoners. Q. L. Carpenter and Moso Qarkn'tt lobueoo stemmery Mrs. Harriet Roulhncwill f wero In Now Madrid on business .mi.eJ and tt consider- - her school for girls Monday in the German school building. FOR SALE: Thlrtr head nf nlr r,; hia Bulletin wtinti Something like Texas fever pre breeding ewes ie per pound. L. C. and cut it up Into, vails in me juougton neighborhood, Our complete Fall Line is now in Maddox. it s about the ilie of among and wear giving iirti. the heavy losers being Dr. Usher. Mrs. ,J. M. Mllnor. of Ravemlcn. materials of the very latest patterns on the market, made in t ve low (ever, we Ark., is visiting hor sister, Mrs. B. Some of Hickman's advertisers at Knickerbocker style, prices S. Elliott. iVi who have moved this time were t to omforlablv situated See A. S. Barkott for thn hnot Buck ti Cowgill, druggists, lhy are until about Straight pant suits, odds and ends, at Great Reductions. heart shingles. Prices lower than H. Plant & Bros., general J. mm anyono else In town. C erchanmdise. court H. ii v Mr. Lawrenco Reynolds. R. B. Brevard, hardware held every second I. (; City, Is visiUng his sister. Miss Anita Wm. Frent, book store .ittfrly court held M Reynolds Dodds this week. , January, April, July W. T. Plummer, H. C. Buck, J. N. Oulten, Faris & Gober, physiWo laundry shirts with cuffa at. tached for only 10c wo can savn 'z .,rri amine into practi cians and surgeons " For Boys and Girls have the style and at the same time the mean. you money. H. E. Curlln, Agt Dr. Farli has H. A. & R. T. Tvler and C. L. V - from his residence It , Randle, lawyers giving qualities so desirable in a shoe for school wear. C. P. Shumate was In Newborn land wear wi.l's Drug store and Li. i DEStr.Nim nv DeBow fit Rogers, groceries Saturday. His sister has been very AS UCCX u wafit one. you'H be satisfied. 111, and he was called TV W. DIestelbrink, groceries to her bedside. i u sr. Wagon Co. receiv & Meacham, restaurant Warner See our ad for summer prices on -r .ait w?ek from a Louis coal. A big saving to buy now. W. L. McCutcheon. wholesale They i r aQO warjons. Phone 48. Hickman Ic & Coal Co. . nwlle name painted groceries Fritz Schroeder, shoemaker v This shows the Mrs. S. Ij. Royster left Saturday a: ' night for a visit to Miss Maude Hen i Hickman wagons H. F. Foethe, shoemaker f-- ' i For School Dresses, Ginghams, Percales, Madras and Prints in all the new plaids, derson, at Clinton, Ills. ' r ., hief engineer of John G. Griffn, tailor : Hick-- j L , wlil be in checks, stripes, dots, figures and plain shades, at L Read the Courier. Get the habIL 6 to 15c a yard J. W. Corman, tinware f rr.uke survey and esll- Your telephono Is our authorized reWeimer's saloon ry to building a nv- porter. Call us up and givo us tho B. C. Rimage, marble works r u.' it .tier wharf improve-I- s nows. Dr. . M. Gober, oculist eWator will be built Dr. C. W. Curlm has decided to ! th A. M. Parker, dentist Burrus warehouse, if purchase an automobile, and will co . thought safe. John H. Darls, grocer to St. Louis for that, purpose in a 'f the different dls- - Benny Mcintosh, confections fow'days. i lit District Donaho Wm. B. Plummer, livery stable FOR SALE: My hotel bulldinc an 2nd Dist. Goar .r - . R. M. Metheny, groceries NEW RAILROAD REVIVED. TYPHOID AND THE FLY. GETTING EXPERIENCE. business. Building almost new. con "rJ Ditt. Reed and Mrs. Addle Jones, millinery Tho menace of the house fly as a tains 17 rooms. Good locaUon. Mrs. 4 i I'ist It Ii thought by some, and with ap Dickinson and transmitter of disease is demanding I. V. Price. J. W. Cole, bakery parently good causu, that tho Iron I 'ist Boaz and Col- -' lotfo Uio attcnUon of tho health authorities ;. Mountain lloutc Is tu begin work ou Fortune & Co., drugs . Mrs. John Knoorr and family left l ,st Jones and of every city and calling for meas Saturday night on W. J. Turner, "LaClede House" the long cniilom.i'fttcd Hlckman-Chn- r the steamer Fenl n school house was ures for its repression. Tho Wash Herold for luston llnu soon. Somo years ngo the hotel . Caruthersvllle, Mo., their '.re Friday night. A ington Post, after commenting upon from Her future home. neighborhood suffered J. R. Brown & Co., groceries and proposed lino was survoyedmiles Kouth tho different sources to which infec son, a suinll station a few i rtunr. A few months liquors Mrs. J. Housley and son, Elmer. Uous diseases may be traced, says " of hero, to a point just opposite Hick 'i nr.rll Rural Academy Bondurant ficDrewrv, hardware "But after all of theso nosalblo havo returned to their home in man, slnco which nothing has been '' Til 'J, alto the school house Hertweck, Baltzer It Co., wagons done toward building It. Tho flint of sources of contamlnaUon have been Nashville, after a visit to Mr. and i is RiJge. The number admitted, It Is tho common house fly Mrs. Jas. Housley. Kistner & Gardner, furniture tho year tho Iron Mountain began to :ft h destroyed the f that Is probably tho most prolific Dr. F. W. Whltehurat. a dentist of ballast tho Uelmont Ilrauch, but for Chas. A. Holcombe, drugs misfortunes has causo of tho spread of typhoid. This Union City, and Miss Bessie Wol- susio reason. Instead of beginning the i suspicion. John Witting, groceries. pestiferous insect delights In all kinds ford, wero married at the homo of tho work at the terminus, Uelmout, and of refuse matter, walks and wallow bride in Nashville last week. coming north, tho lino was only bal and MIm Lillian Ilrai- Ono night last vreok tho I. C. tloiot lasted to Ilenson, tho Junction of tho in it, and then visits the homes of Quality counts In Shingles. Don't i Mi 5ounK pvoplo of Clin-- at Wingo wits broken into and Maid Ws haven't a bit of bread In tho city dwellers nnd walks over tho Hickman survey with tho main line be deceived flet the best, by buyy north of hero, property takun. Jewelry th' house, mum! bread and butter and other foods iVnothur pleco of circumstantial evi nml wore mar-.- '! aluud at $99 and flvu galloun of dence U tho map In tho latest folder Mrs. Nuwed-O- h! Then we'll make carrying with him tho germs from ing direct from the mill. Yates & some toast. Katy. nc of Hi. T. Kut-r- - whiskey- - uro missing. It Is felt that cesspools and gutters and other slm Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. of thu Xasavlllo, Chattanooga & St. iru.-t- l homo on thu mid tho Jewelry In bolng hlildon Edgar S. Beaumont died at his liar breeding places of nil kinds of Louis lty. A heavy dotted line ruus but lu a pluco llko Wlugo between Hickman and Charleston, disease. To him must be charged home lu Moyfleld last week. Ho was BAD ROADS A TAX. thoro Is no telling anything ubout tho kick If VOU wait anrf lh 2 years old and ono of the oldest marked "proposed extension." Thus boo io. Had roads aro an extravagancothat tho transmission of this disease, fee c (0t un. Vmi hiu. chinct t buy now It appears that tho long proposed line no farming confmuulty can afford. which Is not easily contracted from printers and newspaper men in May- CowglU'a Drug Stora Is tho only at rock bottom Hi iiman Ice Is to bo built at last. placo you can get UEO. 4 Coal Co. Just what thoy cost In unnecessary Uio patient by nttondants or membora field. Tho Importance of such nu oxton- expense it takos but n moment to de- of tho family when ordinary precau Rev. W. L. Norrls and wife, of Hons of cleanliness aro observed." slon to this city c&nnot bo estimated termine. Milan, Tenn., wero the guests of J. II. As reported lu railroad circles some A team nud driver aro reasonably O Pollock and wife last week. Rov. tlmo ago, tho "UIxlo Flyer" would worth $3.00 n day, and by tho uso of Norrls Is pastor of tho Baptist church FARMERS' TELEPHONES. cumo via this city, giving us through theso It Is posslblo to deliver to mar Not only do you got tho market at that place. service to Nashvlllo and unothor train ket, from your homo, 100 bushels of POSTS FOR SALE: Qood Mulber quotations, which enables you to sell to St. Louis; through connections for com. Hauling over good roads, tho Memphis via Uyersburg Northern lty cost of delivery is three cents a bush- your products at tho best prices, but ry Posts, on river bank near Leo I no warehouso, your wife also gets tho boueflt of con at 22c each and lu and I. 0. property, which has ma el. Hut If In consequenco of bad terlal nt Tlptonvlllo, Tenn., to begin roads hut fifty bushels can ho deliver veislng with her neighbors, frlonds large or small quantities. Fred Hay-doHickman, Ky. work on n ex ed, tho cost Is doubled and tho differ- and relatlver, after her domestic tension, to be started this fall or ence Is what the luipassahlo roads duties aro done. You will bo sur J. G. Allen and family, of Cayco, r uqxt spring; besides this city would cost you. Continue this calculation, prised to find bow cheaply you can Ky., spent last Suuday with his broth ii . get cxcellont tolophono servlco. Call er, W. 11. be the junction point for Hickman, 'apply It to thu hauling of all your Allen. Whllo hero ho rentntcesslintlng tho building of a round- vvja tint. Ik ijmum uvtuiuu. uiijiui- - the manager for information regard ed DO acres of land from L. D. Millar and ask us to take your meas T ing our spocial "Farmers Lino" rates house, and coal chuto mid tho employ- ent that It amounts to a vury burden, nnd will uiovo hero this fait. East ure for a new Fall suit or Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Prairie Eagle. ment of more muu In tho yards and somo tux. company, Incorporated. Uspots. Charleston lloo. 0 overcoat, to be made as you Wesley Batts and Mrs. Kate Undor- O Moving pictures every night at the ood woro married last week lu Ful 0 from your selection of want it, LYRIC. Schmidt, tho Tailor. ton. Tho wedding was planned as u Tho sohool season Is drawing near surprise, but many friends of tho and parents should have their chll couplo woro present wheu thu appoint dron propnred to enter tho first day. od hour rolled round. It is not just to tho teachers ami It elegant assortment of new Is detrimental to tho lnturest of the W. R. Colo nnd wife wero thu guests child If It does not beglu when its Fall woolens. of his brother, O. D. Cole, near town alassmntes begin ou tho very first this week. W. R. Cole and Miss day. Tho preparation Bliould begin Will cost you $20 to $40, Lochlo Young, of Cordoll, Okla.. wero now. This Is nu important epoch lu married Monday, Aug. 1C, nt thu and we guarantee style, shape, thu life of u child und It should he home of Mrs. Kato Osbom, lu Uko Improssed with tho Importaucu of seworkmnnship and fit that will county. Congratulations. curing an education, for In these days meet with your approval. Mln Lillian Maddox, who has been of conipotlou tho pursou without un tudylng both voice and Instrumental v education Is sorlously handicapped. R. L. REEVES, Prop. In Now York for' the past four years " Come in today! II 1.m a. . . O III give a musical Cold Drinks, Fruits, oysters and everything in season. The best recital at the tltU"" ,1 BO. Y. PKICB CO., Mtttlut Tailor I, CUuf "P''Utl Wo aro paying you tho cost of Lyric Theatre, Friday evening, Aug. place in town. Lunches cf all kinds. A nice Hue of fine candy. collodion by soiling an Ico Cou27th, for the benefit of the Methodist Ladies are especially invited. pon, llook at a ton per cunt discount church. This will be a rare treat & You're hungrywe need the money, so get busy! from the face for cash. Illckmau for all lovers of music. Admission Incorporated Ice & Coal Co. 250 and 35c. 1 rn W. S. Uarkctt was hero from ton Friday. r I $2.50 $8.00 ETERNITY SCHOOL SHOES e.'iT,R Pr. :. NEW AUTUMN DRESS GOODS SMITH & AMBERG. ' ! t. -- fre-sj'- h oloii-Mn.da- gome-wher- e, - , n, It's About Time Hlckmnn-Tlptonvlll- o wm Ed. V. Price & Cos AFTER THE SHOW! WHERE? THE CRESEWT OF COURSE ' BALTZER DODDS D. G. CO. THE HICKMAN COURIER - T" Weiltm K.nlockr th Dtw" STATE HAPPENINGS News of General Interest In a The Commonwealth Krl.tngfr, Ky The fourth annual inrc-tlnof the Kefitnn Oounty Agrl- cultural association opened nt Its grounds hero. Mnrchend. Ky The employes "ot the brick plant nt llnldoninn, InMhli county, went out on n strike ami tho plant, Is being guarded by an armed force of deputy slierirf. CORN IS KINQ CARSHliplJii RAILROADS BEE Ht0 IN8IOHT Equipment Hn tTlally, llutThsrVlu i sine, Wusllfll-Un- . W. C. BPEEXl Editor and Proprietors. f and J. C. SEXTON rn Summarized Form, BY. SPECIAL In Injunction 25-Y- ear ONE DOLLAR VHU YEAR CASH lit ADVANCE. 'l:4'- - CORRESPONDENTS, i . k I - Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, mail matter. postofflce as second-clas- s PJncvliierKy. Wilbur JohnsTln? nn aged cltlicn of rinoTllle; died nt hla Water Contract Attorney homo lirrn nfter an Illness of threo CADETS ARE DISMISSED Said He Would Show Conspiracy. years,. He was thg, father of Sheriff nlfo W., ot Plnovfllr. nnd Charles J Lexington. Ky At tho resumption a business man of Cincinnati. CHARGED WITH HAZING ORof the hearing on Iho Hosteller plc.i LANDO BUTTON. tattlavlllc, Ky. Warrants for tho for Injunction to prevent the adoption by the city of tho proposed I.marm arrest of 15 members of tho First BatButton Was Badly Be attn Aeaaulted ar wHtcr contract tit circuit court. talion of tho First Kontttcky regiment While on Guard Duty By II. Stoll, attorney for tho woro Issued at tho Instance of Col. Charles Masksd Men. plalni'.ff, made declaration that ha Harry C. Orlnsteid, when tho men Case to Prevent Adop tion by City of Lexington of Lim'ui A. . Wl U 1. M mirJW II .Will i1 Kl MsiA I V -Isi'-- I 'n 1 H HUH 1 rMLHIIIIIIK 'sssssssssssKsissssssssssssssssl ' MtJ has ever been kn. , . '' lixike-- I for by ti,,,,, "'rit 'k f lilterstal Miwii,.r 1 ,w Amefiean ralli.wj, uun , l" Pfiscal year. The serious sitmi' n L JV only by Judge Knsrj, ut , . 1 ris rials of tl,e ing railroad men 7.11c -- rt may U a ahnt.n. pnniHCts are eotn.,irrr Z . Ul w l pn.balile that 11,. , - ',?,t L . tran.,rtatlun V'cH Point, N,. YHJy,tln vdr President Taft, the military career of even young cadets abruptly came to nn end Thursday, due to their implication In the recent,' baring pf GuletA Sutton. The rejiort and recommendation of the board were taken before Secrrtnry of War Dickinson, who after considering all points In tlui ease, concurred in the recommendation; of tlioJtAanl. '.Cadet Slit' ton was more seriously injured than at first supposed, and 1ms Won in the hospital until this week, when he reported lor duly, limping bsdly Suttou M a brother of I.ieut. Jnv X. Sutton, of the, naral academy, whose death was. Investigated at Amthpolls recently, and who was declared by the court of inquiry to have either committed suicide or shot himself accidentally in a fight with other officers. Charges' were made several weeks ago that Sutton was assaulted lonely while on guard duty, walking post, and lieaten down by men wrapped in sheet and masked with pillow- - cases. He was dated, and sent to the hospital Buffering from severe injuries. HAD MILLION IN COUNTERFEIT ' would show beforo tho close of tho cvl dence .tho existence of nj conspiracy between certain city officials niid tho oillcors of tho Water Co. to defraud tho city. He further declared that ha would show that the Water Co. con tributed largely to a fund to procure the nomination and election of Mayor John Skaln and other city ofllclftls. BLUE GRASS. FAIR CLOSES With Best Display of Thoroughbred Hones, Seen In Years, failed to respond to roll call. Tho tion ho, been sanctioned by Gov. Fulton. Ky ac- burglars trying house, Oeorgo Speed shot and Instantly killed his brother-in-la- w, Abe Vinson, nnd fired upon but missed hU sister, .Vinson's wife. Mr. and Mrs. Vinson were guests at tho homo of . 8 peed. nellevlng they woro to break Into his This Ysrs Corn Crop Is Unusually Heavy. freight will 1, , ( l'4 '" Already, aeei.r.lm t ted to the Inlrr.t.fn c "J slon, the rallriM.ls ber Uve tecoverr,! f ." nes pressure of a .. , 1 anl now are hsnj ,, n c - . ? traffic as they hsnl.. J n , . " . v ,-- tt thei, ,,.. UJ . v' t, UM ; f tllistilKai f llA . SUTTON KILLED SELF WALTON FOUND GUILTY GOES TO THAW PACKS HPS GRIPS. Uncle Sam Gets Buccaneeringin Louisville. Broth-er- a Louisville, Ky. Dreams, of wealth which reflected their gaudy hues from a brass bound trunk containing a million dollars in counterfeit Mexican pesos, ...were shattered for John C. and Marion. Roberts Thursday when Deputy United States Marshal William lllaydes arrosted John "Roberts In Shelby county with the money jn his possession. Since the hour of the, arrest there lias been unraveled in the custom house of Louisvillf and in central police station a tale of attempted financial buccaneering that puts into ahadow some of the boldest txpfoUs in - the history ot counterfeiting. li&berts, sitting in the office of the secret service 1 bureau here, coolly 'said that he would " plead guilty at the October term of" (he Federal court, and seemed philosophic bout spending a majority" of his years in the United States prison at Atlanta. He had played a; bold .game and failed, lie said, and be would, have been rich beyond his dreams had it 'succeeded. Now he .was poor and. in the hands of on earth, t the aternes Jgjj unction fcT hisJiajt laid soul that rather flattering (he scheme Tiad' been daring and Morehead, Independents Failed to Take Tobacco actions aroused tho suspicions of tho Sold to Tbcm. police, was arrested at Farmers and Winchester, Ky. The Hurley Tobac brought here. When searched powder co Socjety has fijed'suit against fourteen nnd dynamlto and, teevqfal woll drills Independent tobacco for dam wero found in his pockets. There has ages for failure to take the tobacco sold been no further vlolipco In tho sirlke " to them wlieu the big sale oi poo'en nt rlror mnn. " ' tobacco was made in November, 1108 About SO.0OQ hogsheads were sold and Frankfort, Ky. The members of tho of (hfs 4,kW were not taken' and were sold-a- t a reduced pi tee. tor this dam Capital FaJr assoclatiop havo set apart Friday, September 3, the fourth day aL'es in the sum of $'.'00,0(10 are asked, day, and will also $13,200 for outage fees and other ot the fair, as Cincinnati prepare to entertain COO visitors from ousts. the Queen City on that occasion. BURGLAR TRAP FATAL. Williamsburg, Ky. C, E. Whitehead lielow here In Dead Betide Cash Register He was drowned flvo mjles Negro tho Cumberland river,' H was Opened. lh charge of a gang buildCincinnati, 0. A. T. .Morris, a store ing a brldgo across the rlvr for the keeper at Inverness, near fort i nomas, Capital Construction Co., of ColumKy., stumbled across the dead body bus, O. negro when lie went behind his of a punter, early Thursday mornhig. Part Hopklnsvlllo, Ky. Alexander Cumn-b- oll of"tlie man's) chest had been torn away 7C, died at tho Western Kentucky come from by a load of shot that had Asylum for tho Insane. Until bis mind a cunning device that Morris had set failed, about a year ago, ho had been next bis cash register to (sill or wouud figure In local affairs, havburglafs. A coroners' Jury 'Justllled a prominent number of public ofllces. Morris declared the burglar ing held u JJerrirand Nation is his nleco. irap wduld be la U place Kguiu. turned nine Indictments against ma Chambers; circuit clerk, W. W. TowDlue Grass Fair association, six charg ers; county clerk, James Patterson; ing tho-- telling of llqupt without 11 school superintendent, Uroy Kstes; INSURANCE COMPANIES SUED cense in.local option territory, and representative, V. W. Spencer; Jailer, three charcine the saJo ot llduor to a Ljoe Harp; sheriff, K. O. Bannon. as minor. The Indictments are bnaed sessor, B. Blackford. Anti-TruLaw Violations Charge upon Information furnished. It is said, Made by Prosecuting; Attorney. by Mrs. Frances B. Beaucbamp, stata Warsaw. Ky. The nurloy Tobacco Little Itock, Ark. The greatest in president of the W. C. T. U. Society held an enthusiastic meeting surance war undertaken in Arkansaa here. Senator W. A. Byron, of Bracksince the original crusade, ten years county, and Fred Stucr. of Ghent. Frankfort. Ky.1 Mary Elizabeth, In j en ago. when all the foreign companies addresses with tell fant daughter or J. F. Dcsbon, de- making lengthy auu acres were driven from th eStote. was in oui oi auv scribed as the "One Hundred Thou- ing encri, anu augurated at Newport at 4 p.m.. , Au Baby," Is dead. The title In the county were signed to the pooL eust 18. At that hour, Prosecuting At sand Dollar per cent of tho to re farm left by tho lato It Is believed 95 torney II. E. Jeffery of the third judicial of the be signed up. James A. Holt to bis nieces. Clam bacco In the countv will with G. I- - Grant as circuit, Jackson Circuit Court Clark and Clementine Deshon, dependfiled a suit in the Ixlngton.Ky. A number of "leathed upon the birth of a child, and alfire Insurance icon against sixty-fivrifled and discarded by pickpanics doing business in' the Stale, sik though both of tho women had "been ers," pockets, who got In their work during years, little Mary .Elizaing the assessment of penalties in the ninrrled for Blue Grass fair, were found by amount of $l,UOO,Q0O each, the cancella- beth was tho first child of the family. tne cleaning up the grounds. In ono men tion and revpcatlon of their licenses, and Tho birth of the child gave Its mother of the pocketbooks wero two notes farm, their oustioir from the State. It is al fee simple title to thflodgo and cut pa able to the Safely Vault and mist at leged that the companies are acting in oft tho Qlark Masonic Co.. one for J2.80O and tho other for from inheriting the estate. law. Inero violation of he autj-tru$1 000, signed by J. It, Mllbum and few-- companies in the State are Verv wile. included tnthe wholesale Louisville, Ky. Full programs for suit thdt has been instituted at Newport, the annua) convention 'of tho. KenKy. An effort will bo which appears to have become the storm tucky Bankers' association, which center of trust butting In the State, meets in. this city October. 0 and 7, made Xa break the will of ThcoJoro Harris, banker, who left $500,000 to book bavo Just been issued. Unusual Interainco the ui,t against the trust was instituted hero several days est attaches to tho. meeting, as It (3 charity and 11,800 a year to his chilauthority that statod ago for a total of $3.0M.00(r. tho first slnco the "group system" of dren. It was greatly on dhuatlsttod with' the holrs aro banking was adopted. their allowance or only ll&O a montii. BURLEY MEN FILE SUIT. stated In his wills "Inhrrlted Ky. A stranger, whose Harris st 730-ace Jeffor-sonvlilo that-are-n- I.oiitsvllle. Ky. Tho first hogshead ot 1909 burloy tobacco was received In Lexington, Ky. The ahow of thor Louisville by C. A. Bridges & Co. nt oughbred horses waa the feature of the I'lckctt warehouse. It represented thd 'clttslnji day" "of the Blue Grass Iho 1909 crop of John SwlUer. of Trim falr Wd it was one of tho brat that ble county. This. Is the earliest dnto on record for hurley to mak Its fcns been scon here m years, the entries being more numerous than ordinarily, tho quality of the horses Doer Frankfort. Kr- - Great caro Is being nnd the general Interest of the breedtaken In moving the priceless articles; ers nnd patrons keener. T. C. McDowell secured the greatest number of owned by the Kentucky Historical Sopremiums ftvo first and two sec- ciety from the old to tho new capllol. onds. James II. Kecno got two firsts Tho work Is being done directly unand two seconds; J. N. Camden, ono der the supervision ot .Mrs. Jennlo Calhoun Martin, secretary-treasur- er first and one second; Milton one Jlrst; W. K. Applegate, two sec of the society. onds; II. P. Headley and George B Frankfort, Ky. Stale Flro Marshal Ott, ono second, each. O. D. WUvjn Nolkirk telegraphed Insursnco Comwas the Judge, missioner Felt that Indictments have been returned against Iko Bowmsit QUARANTINE AGAINST SHEEP. and his nephew. Will Bowman, In charging them with arson. u- Munroe, Message from Secretary of State HrThey arts accused of burning tho store ner Says It Will Not Take Ef--' of C, G. White. feet' at" Once. N Lexington, Ky Mrs. Frances E. Frankfort, Ky. ErldreiUy tho quar Beauchamp, State President of tho W. against shpep In Kentucky will C. T. V., was beforo the grand Jury antine not become effective at. once, for Sec seeking tho Indictment of somebody, retary1 of sla6 Brtmer telegraphed claiming that that portion ot tho fair the employes of his office hero from grounds on which beer and olher MWo win." This Washington, D. drinks are told Is outside of the city message Is taken to mean that there limits .and in the "dry" territory. would bo no quarantine against sheep until at leaatjSeptember;i, and'ibat Winchester, Ky. News has reached the purpose, of theT committee In call- hero from Harlan county of thi sale ing upon Secretary Wilson, has been by Louisville parties of all their holdaccompiisnca. ings ot coal lands In that county 'and' Jn leo county, Virginia, consUiIng ot NINE INDICTMENTS-RETURNEabout 11.000 acres, to the Consolidated Coal and Coke Co. of Virginia for a By Grand' Jury Against Blue Grass prlco aggregating over 11.400,000. ' " Fair Association for Having ff1 ' Ky. The democrats Sold Liquor. Hawesvllle, met In mats convention and nomiFor county Judge, G 1). Lexington, Ky. The grand 'Jury re nated! BY ACCIDENT OK FUIIFOSE, SAYS NAVAL COURT; Oftlcsrs Mildly Censured PEN FOR LIFE VER DICT QUICKLY REACHED. Will Oo Back to ov oy family Matt.,.,. s MH Sutton Pi rccUy nnd Solely ItssponsibU ' ' for Ills Dssth. Judge Bucklsy Oysrrulst Motion for his crip in the PUIn TueUsy, pr,ari.f; 1. Ll New Trial, Passts Bsntsnc turn to Matteanati II. 1.1 . and SCovsa On. ehs.e an additional sat kc t j 1.1s ItC.fl Washingto- n- With the publiration Velnedy of Acting Secretary of tl Navy Vlnthor)i's approval of the flint ings of the court of Inquiry (hat Unit, J as. .V. Sutton", Jr., of the United States Marine Corps, was 'Mlrrctly and solely responsible or his ovn death at An nearly two 'ytrars ago," the famous Sutton case became closed Incident s fsr as the navy department is - ' - estate to the Baptists. wealth Is seldom useful." He left his ' coin-Kini- v 1 Frankfort, Ky. Judso Cochran, of tho United States District Court, filed nn oolnlon In tho Federal Court hero In the case nt Charles F. Coflln. of co IndlanaiKills, against the New Coal Co., W. Met. Johnston nnd others, In which ho states that hi will taku Jurisdiction in tnu case, nnd tnai Iiq will apolnt a receiver for tho mines, uhlln tho rase fs In llUiiatfon. Tho caso will bo tried In the September term of tho Federal Court llcll-Jelll- Meridian, Miss. After being out two hours, the Jury In the case of J, C Walton, charged with the murder ot Will T. I) Fiyira, In this city, June z, re turned a wrdlct of guilty as charged, and recommended that he be sentenced to Iht penitentiary for life. A member of the Jury seen directly after the verdict' had been arcrpletl and the Jury discharged said the members concerned.' reached this verdict In less than twenty Counsel for the Suttuns Intiiuateil, (Minutes after they had retired fur lioxeter, after tb eouit's decision had become definitely known, (lm tfiey were The verdict Was unanimous. far from atlflrd with It, and that they After the' ballot the members ate din would prohably take the iosurs Inrolieil ner, they enjoyed a big watermelon, and before Congress, with a vUr of Laving nhile out two hours, were quick nn a full hearing of Hit case by a committee reaching verdict. of that body. A motion for a new trial was argued, Too much time has elapsed since the but was overruled by Judge Buckley, Incident, in the opinion of the navy of and court adjourned for the term. any proceedings flelalf, to undertake against the person whose conduct in the HARRIMAN IS COMING HOME case haSjlieen madr th.e, sulijecj of criticism by Am coTllt. They, howeVer7wlll Hops to Complste Cars' Here Bsgun be msde acquainted in an official, but in in Europe. rcrnial way, of these criticisms, which Cherbourg. "Now I am better. My will both sen the purine of an ad curs is finishing, ami I am very glad I monition to them, and if presented lo a ia going tu see the soil uf America them, the View taken by the department again. My ouly hope Is that th voyage of ther conduct, back will be as good as that turning "UetiL Sutton Is directly and solely ovrr. responsible for his own death, which was These words were siioken tonight by elf inflldcil, either intentionally or in K. II. lUrrlman, the American financier, rean effort to shoot one of the persons In reply to a question about his health, straining him, and his death was not just after he was boarding a tender cauteil by any other injury whatever." which had been etprelally assigned to HE SHOT INTO WRONG CROWD eontey him and his patty froui Cher xiurg to the anchors ce la the toadstssd uf the steamer Kaiser Wilhelm II., which Turned Weapon on Himself When will convey him to New York. Outcry Arose. A crowd of curious iersons had con I'sdileah, Ky. Plunged into depths of gregated at the maritime station when remorse uon the immediate discovery of the sccial arrived. A rolling chair had his mistake, Dr. II. W. Kledel of Mur- been provided and was plsred beside the ray, Calloway county, blsw his brains car as soon as the train came to a stop. out after firing into a crowd ot young Soon Mr. Harrlman aptieared on the society men, mistaking them for malici- step. Dr. Lyle, Mr. Harriman's physi ous-boys who, he claimed, had been cian, offered the financier his arm, but, Death was instantane- although he was pale and apiwarcd worrying him. ous. feeble, he declined assistance and slowly The tragedy occurred early Wednesday descended to the plstform of th sta morning. Dr. Kiedel was awakened by tion. s rea passing crowd of turning home, ami soiling his revolver LIQUOR LOSES IN S.CAROLINA threw open the door and fired into the Flf-tss-u midst of the crowd. F. F. Acres, a Fir Counties Kssp Dispsnsary prominent young attorney, received a to U Dry, bullet, and his cry of pain was the first Columbia, S. C The unofficial reIntimation to the physician of his mis- turns front the elections held In th take. twenty-on"wet" counties of Ilefore the horrified crowd could stop South Carolina Tuesday, for the par him he had committed suicide. pose of allowing the voters of each coun ' He wss one of the most prominent ty to chooie between prohibition and the professional men In this end of the State, county diiensary systems, Indicate that unbalance! but Is alleged to have the prohibitionists have won victories In by his addiction to the drug habit. fifteen of these counties. Complete re Abridied Right of Speech. turns from sums precincts not reorted Lincoln, Neb. Judge W. B. Hoe, of may change the result in two or three the Supreme Court of Nebrasku, Wcdnes counties, but the probabilities hti! that day handing down his deciiion, declared prohibition lias tarried In Abbeville, lUm- Judiciary act passed by berg, Barnwell, Berkley, Calhoun, Colle the the lust Legislature nalld. Tho law ton, Dot Chester, Fairfield, llamptoii, ucr 'was knocked out chielly on the ground haw, Leey Islington, Orangeburg Sum that Its attempt to inhibit praise or cen- - ler fahd Williamsburg' eouiities. The dispensary has won In Aiken, suie of candidates by lMilitieal parties was an abridgement of the right of Charleston and Itirhlaud counties, and speech. An oral opinion declaring the Is lending In Georgetown and Dtaufort act Invalid was delivered a month ago. In Florence the vote I tied, with, live precincts td hear floili, claimed 'by the Would Abolish Sweat Shops. Chicago, Centralization of the com prohibitionist. blned garment manufacturing interests She Felled Him with Hoe. of Chieugii, by the erection Of a group of tliarlntte, N. li News reached htrs eighty buildings, to cost apiiroiimately froju lhinucr Klk,, a., re mote .section of 15,000,000, and the abolishment of the Wttiitsga county, of the killing of Aloniu "sweat shop" by thu building of borne la,rdin by Mary LScnpitt, a mciinUlii club houses, libraries and gymnasiums amuion. for SAOa employes, was the plan There had been bad blood between th launched Wednesday night by th Chi two, for some time, owp to Uardin'a cago uatir.eiil .Mumiracuircrs' Assocm testimony In a tragedy in which Mrs, tion. Hennltt's sou was the victim. osiongings. several hundreds of ,. it 1. 7 rf was U U'Sert f.s n)ln, . wnicn were irnm wirorn, The Thaw family It wanes v make an atteinnt now I3 I - . r leased from Matteawsa sij czzz.M to th custody of hn te".sf neer to let him out tr..M i- -r zby a member of the tit. , cr 1 attendant. Thaw gave t.J j, f run j staiemenii . I wisn . mMT I' - It -tlons he (Judge Mi.,i I.ji 4 the asylum detor sre rtt ' utt as what Dr. a . c sV I first went there Iht it n tit r u from Allwny and Msttcacii fl; would conflict with the J.v , teswan ars Itieorrec aft rnb --s LEAPED TO Brid HUSBAND'S ARMS Wu Kept Prisoner Defltd. CcsrtOr-dsr- a Wtr 1 .; tu , Houston, Tei In .L--. t' (ieorge II. Sweeney ten days, who fur a wet. L t 1:4 prisoner In the hvm cf hrr c.'.lr JLi M. A. lVrry. tight of terns cs,i After Kltiretl's court on hi brat r - j cjj-- t U ISt cetnlings, the Judge girl's mother ftHl. lj g her l t'bt restrain her daughter cf tr-- . Ut' ill W I' is notice wss tisued to t I that she might cvn.e - I ' I she cboie. When the deputy Vr..1 r:' t. la. llvsr lb orders lockrj Iitit tttrutii.li an lrn SiB.s Xt r ljej f c' I l.rl.f across the street snj s!f J I " H nal and a smile Tie- his rommsml, the leaped I Ji ond story window, tta gee, down a flight cf t!;- -t ssj & caught, soblang. int k t swuna her around w' e If e" j nultereil as 11 cau' llln rt saw OCT it,,'n" ' ' merry-maker- k was tilseed In a wai r' t r Itun.lrnls of nenMe hsl f ... it., .1 )t - a .r r .1 I dramatic rescue '. i 1. .1.. t...rs. ir 1 I ..ii ' .i.-.ii 1- U' tV tate. . w. MIXKD -' AMUSWt.T . . Bn WITH nit"'- T,.9Mlft i . e Happy Comtilnsiion u i State Fs ' it.- - .1... I. r,i!ucswwii 1. Tennessee's great Sia'e 1 are the letsons to k TOIIIUIimiiwi . .1....- - L ' 'I c" ' - ui - k.l ,. ' I. i worn, pouiirj, manutantiircrs m 3 form, a practical e , 1 uf the very highest - ' Subservient to t'" lures are the am ' ISlier uie I. ,1 IJt HWft. 'r .. b , ( ' n.l Include Welier an-- air leaiure eiriellinan's . ai ,f . " h' r " Uf j, ,u nUrtalnlng folks huts liung' g""" " SNOWSTORM MOWN S00 Tl . l..li-l- t I" M-'- ' In at lie " Sir 'fallen 'Ml . I,'- In progret. iw " was still ,. u leicimiiiir 1.-- 1 hit V , . ,i.,t ,1 ....I w leeti piiu t....liiai (i ,f '.. m. pended. The mem'" Jbange ceaseu i"i" 3 1.. - - imul .11 m. 1.1. ne veart I" !' ' (l' fllgHr JlrB.-Carrl- o Capt. John H. HEAT KILLS WEEVILS. leathers. 21 years cashlor of the Lou Uvlllo National linking Co., was elected president to succeed tho lato Damage in Louisiana Being Reduced by the Weather. Thqodqro Harris. Ben t. Weaver wa chosen vosnior, n. inruaion nauaru Monroe, Lu. Hejuirts received here will contlnuo as vlco president. from nearby towns In Arkansas, Missis Ky. The sixth annual slppl and Iiouislaua Indicate that thu I.oulHVlIle. conferonco of tho Kmbalmors llxam-Inl- ng 'ntensrly hut weather Is killing the boll Board ot North America met uevll ut u rupld rate, and that the dam hnru. Hvery stato In tho union wai age fiom this pent will bo inueh less represented In tho meeting. Dr. J. N. .hail at tiist believed. Temperatures McCormucK. provident of the stats .ungliig from in to 100 degreos urtl being board ot health, presided. om tLe i4UU) places. Repotted Ixiulsvlllo, Ky: 1 FIGHT YIELDS A THAGEDY. s rittt. RobUr on r.M Wlniton-s- l f -b to Await Rtull Of Woundi Inflicted, Jonesboro, Ark. P. S. How en' and J C. Keeno aro being held In the county Jail here pending results in the case of Doc tleliler, wliu I ju a precarious condition at his home in Big Bay, with dangerous knife wounds on his body. Melder was cut at )luy In a light, which was participated ' In by Cowen und Kreue and Ott Meyers, bo- siuea liliusell, .Meyers taking port agulust the two former Individuals. Held d free-for-a- Two Men ' 1 .t ? ... t. ""- waa seeding miles an hour T' n toe and Lyiwhl'r. ' hluhMuynian ! '" head of tlw hfn.l nr lll BSLiii" " , , ' . ( , t ,1 t ff""n ' . ,MI ill watch and 1'" that he had not an" bandAl luek llt'v f; uot out to take tin' 1 r " .. , jali Farmers and -- Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. Irctt Bank J. A. THOHPSON, Cashtsr. .ez: 4. ft v ' viv sr xrosisr 'ssssssssf- a. ....ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.. . That via offer to depositors. Other lndncementa are of secondary importanca. eepyRI(lHTI0- 78YNOP8I8. Mc Upon this Guarantee we Sqlicft your.Patronijid. a rlt3 she tried to pass oft her as tore Ishment "The thief apologizes to the thief?" r r(3 " "V , 0 ii 1 1 Malilatnt, on rsMiln hU r i .b, int an nttr.o at (he ilnor Janlttir kt.n,i Mm no " "',n iltrovreil a , .,i on Ms ' U attnlwr. r from H. BUCHANAN, President. -- h1 Tnklnd!" t. ' ' 11 " ,. - I' I. fro nil be , 13 lunn.rnmn, ll fct ,i for Ur.ennMi. l)urln his wm jwu th rnrl Hi youi. e m he hart t"n iuti IIr auto hd ni n n.ntit liy itnl. in toerliltiK tioroy, rry. crKln the Mfe n.. r. m, t,i kBn crook, Danl.t i, . . l"t rii"'"t CHAPTCR I. 1 i - .r tr. I - III Continued, rh K,Mm ot Jn'f,Ion Uhiml Iho k6rkIcT Kl hold of my i' print . . . Weill" i, I wickedly, llftltie slim. i'n affrclcij concern lo thsf .... At.. H T nair. in i r hare to become a ('all ,1 cr thr .... it - 4 --- ( . ".. ' rcss or ncr nPr plendld foarlas- - Ilrlcfly hesitant, with nn lmpulslvi gesturo sho flung out a generous hand. You're right; I was Unkind. For give me. Won't yon shako hands? 1 I do want to bo n good com rado, slnco It has pleased Fato to throw us together like this, so so oddly." Her tone was almost plain, tlvo, unquestionably It was appealing. .Maltland was curiously moved by tho touch ot tho slim, cool Angers that lay In his palm. Not unpleasantly. He frowned In perplexity, nnablo to an- lyze the sensation. "You're not angry?" she asked. "No but but "Yes?" "Why do you do this, little woraant Why do you stoop td this this trad ot yo of ours? Why sully your hands and not only your hands Imperil your good name, to say nothing otyoui . DIRECTORS J. W. AlettMsr, IX Duchanan, J. J. 0. Bondursnt, O. H. Throtk.ld, M. Hubbard. Dr. J- H. M, Islsr, T. A. Ledford, THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE VFIR RATES AFHY TI LOCAL MANAIER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ... TELEGRAPH CI t i x trjfbe li, f t c' ' i hr; r'padfsatly, thinking, rr ' - r ,p- - ' :ed thin burglar. Anls- i to be mlttukrn for tr t' - - r c , I ;ain!y enough tbo girl bo-lla-- "! Well, ' t - ' be nuty. . . hr r.:''' Why shouldn't lie be t" c tunp belor. If It lulted -r l, ii masqucrado! Wy suit nil punoe. It r h ijoslilonooe uncommonH3 i Maiilanil. bo hod on nil It a f - sir liilcf. n burdened ctinr-- - n maleUctor (itronso a of the t'- rr;" ro ll'Ue reJhandod; a Malt i t:- U:' ! i 't wn to hand her oter '3 bo dealt with aa what v'Kt V( ' crn while tbeio conald s w u utrIdk themiclve upon I's ha Isccw hl ryo appralird lier Jn aJw'raiIoj! and Interest. She o him tllKht, delicate, preti'xJ ty "S la her Ingenuous candor; a:l t t mercy How could ho bring "I ta dral with her as ho mUbt f ' An.sty hltnielf? 8ho was a " -- ' he a gentleman. - y however If ho choio to Ai su - tlat rxpcrt'a Identity for the uM bo placed nt once on tr- - r e f fyia'Hy with the girl; from ' craft she could hardly i' w f re' r'.r 'iona Aa Anlsty, lie would f la a poalllon lo earn her I'' - n rain -- perhaps f her con-t- ' to learn aomethlnc of her aid and protect her from t ik juenres of her misdeeds; t y' turn up to divert her tr i ) lo the paths ot a calling less tiiiri ci und more honorable. T,' r nuMHon to reform a bur-r'!' it rcualned aomethlnff of A-j ti t" ' "' 3 to shosttpat lilm.For n of hl emotions. a ,n ...Ill ioiiw, emu- - liberty?" OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND I.k1,... i ncc PBtcrlni? the room, ltPncw 'or n ,l,no tI - Sho drew her hand away quickly, fh tcrruptlng him with a laugh that rang true as a coin new from tbo mint, hon est nnd genuine. "And this," sho cried, "tWs from Positively, sir, you ar Drn Anlsty! delightful! You Brtfw more danger ously original every minute! Yout scruples, your consideration, your sym pathy they are touching In your She wagged tier head daintily In pro tenso of disapprobation. "Uut shal I tell you?" moro seriously, doubtfully 1 think truly. I dc I shall this sort of thing, since you musl -- Absolutely THE BEST-- .. . Helnz's Varieties of Pure .Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. OlOI en or Ulophons us when In nd of GROCERIES. FXIESH MEATS, or FEEDSTUFF3. Telephone 6. 3 nillionatre Canned Goods. ... Deliveries. rllh ti And a Small -- White Hand Ocstursd Significantly of Burglar's Tools. Toward th Collection Y tct A- In i rr - 'i chisel), skeleton keys, putty, and alt neatly displayed upon tbo rug before the massive safe. ' "You mean that you wlh me to crack this safo for you?" he Inquired, with Inward constcrnntlon. "Not for mo. Disappointment t admit Is mine; but not for the loss I sustain. In tho prcsenco ot tho mastor I am content to stand humbly to ono side, as befits ono of my lowly state In In tho ranks of our profession. I I abdlcato In your favor: claiming nothing by right of priority." "You are too genertms," ho mumbled, confused by her thinly veiled ridicule. y ho corrected with mamlflccnt rravltv.' She hesitated but a "moment Jc-- ncr, then with a quick gesture removed' bcr mask. Maltland's breath came fast as he bent forward, peering ntb"ticr face; though ho schooled his own features to an exnxcsjlon pt Intent and Inoffensive studlousness, he feared tho loud thumping ot his heart would know, because Imprimis, because I like it Indeed and I do! I like th danger, the excitement, tho exercise ol cunning nnd and I like tho rewards too. Hcsldcs " Tho corners qf her adorable moutl drooped ever so slightly; "Hesldes ?" "Why . . . Hut this Is not bust Wo must hurry. Will you, oi ncss,! shall A crisis had been passed; Maltland understood that ho must wait until moro favorable tlmo to renew hit Ledford & Randle HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS XSTABUSHED 1856. 17 TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Successor to D. O. Ramsga, deaad.) "Not nt all," she replied briskly. 1 My loss of am entirely serious. I will prove my ealn 111- -' applaudlne lilm-- i look for Incalculable benefit through My own. I 't' so study of your methods. a mntlvo L - ' - v.l he chono his course, for confess," with a contemptuous toss ot kit, f 'it i III these few seconds. her head toward tho burglar's dnte. T' i wik his Ineontefftnblo title "aro clumsy, nntlquated, out of ama- . . . Hut then, I'm only an t' r - " and repute of Mad Malt-"oV, but Woman ' i 'i o nrhtcnod: his manner npologlro ona her behalf. ho began to ,,,, Wtj, nvldUy (,o J.,, f "Oh, but a woman!" sho rapped out. r"j ' r which slio had cast.JiJm. and l b ht stood so ready to' accept and smartly. 1 wish you to understand that this woman, at least. Is no s:' Vw l d Kood," ho conceded with mean" And she hesitated. w t"Thief?" ho supplied, crudely. I miipoio l may aa well of a feather. "Yes, thief! We'ro "s I Vuow you." iho assured him. at thaU" Hh a r "True enough. . . . Uut you confident shako of her In i'd Tiure's no decclvlnc me. Hut." wero firstreaptho field; I fall to spo why any roward for tardiness. I should a4 br i e became rueful. "If only raj - ; -$ ten minutes moro! Of Tho spoils must bo yours." I rit" It was a test; Maltland watched her iRtilied you' from tho first -twb there by tho river: and knew keenly, fascinated by tho subtlety of rr what was your Jay; you the game. e y.ir;cif away "Hut I refuse, Mr. Anlsty positively comnlctcly by fcfr'lcr'rc the distance from the river rcfuso to go to work while you stand w v.'j Manor And 1 did so want tc asldo and and laugh." rt aiea l nt ran nn thin tnh! U'hnt i. l'rldol Ho stared, openly amazed. ff:"-.cIn ono"s cap, to have furo-Jlnt this bewllderlngly femlnlno bundlo Dan Anlstyl . . . Jlut of Inconsistencies. With each facet of KVt you belter be a llttln careful her character discovered to him, roln V h the-- a llshts' You aecm to forgot uto by minute, tho study of her tu there aro servants In the house. to him tho mpro engrossing. Ho Re"v you know, I nnd you mdat drew nearer, eyes speculative. audacious, Mr. Anlaty "I will agree." ho saidf slowly, "to . ....... lltr4n ... I In nviiiim wun your reputation. crack tho safe, but upon conditions." leu overwhelm mo," lie murmured. Imperceptibly, drew back Sho :e me I havo little concolt In amused, but asserting her dignity. f ttJ cuch as It Is." And. crosslnf "Yes?" sho led him on, though In no lo tto windows, ho loosed tho heavy accent of encouragement. tt vet and let them fall' to--r "Hack there. In tho rlvor," he bt' drawing tholr edges close so drnwlud deliberately, forcing tho pace, ' no ray uf ll6ht might escape. "I found you beautiful." one aichod him with interest. "You Sho llushod, Up curling. "And, back fm wun scqu&luted here." there, In tho river, I thought you a Of rcurso. Any man of Imaglna-Io- gentleman!" " 81 Plns to study ovory houso "Although a burglar?" -' 1 f " a-- to ,!- -- r bo-ca- ..... n havo n map of tho prcm- -' "A Bontleman for nil that!" nd grounds-hor- o." Iln "J promise you I wean po barm," he ' ,J'8 'orohoad with a lone prefaced. "Hut don't you see how I am putting myself In your power T M?tt!rWlt' ,0 nd worth one's Kvery moment you know me bettor, If rumor Is to bo believed, you while I bavo not yet even looked Into i(Vlcr''-arllj- r moro your labor your faco with tho light full upon It. Honor among thloves. Ilttlo woman!" Bhe clioeo to Iguoro tho Intlnmto ,ul'Po 1 may as well noto In his volco, "You'ro wasting i t. !gt' mY Inferiority as neo-."- tlmo," sho hinted, crisply, tS,;: ,1.b,crophnnt' Mastorl" Sho "I am nwaro ot that fact. Permit ma to remind you that you aro helpvstin!'.. y.c,luoa ,)ront through obser-C- J ing mo to waste It. I will not go ahead ,maU whlt0 hand n"'1 until 1 huvo seon your face. It Is simlowar,l tho colloc ply an ordinary precaution." tools-dr- llU "Oh. It It's a matter ot business " sd I enters ' J" 1 .; 11 Importunities. "I will,' ho said, dropping on till knees by trie sale, "in my laay service!" "Not nt aU." she Interposed. "I In slst. Tho Job Is now yours; youn must bo the profits," "Then I wash my bands of the who! affair," ho stated in accents ot finality As ho looked it beennnj evi- "I refuse, I shall go. and you can dt dent that tho wltchory ot Ynoonllghl as you will blunder on," scornfully. hhd not served to czaggerato tho sen' "with your nitroglycerin, your rags, skive, the almost miniature, beauty and drills and and rouse tho entlri ot her. It anything, Its charm was countryside, If you will." Kicatcr there In tho full glare of the "Ab, but" electric chandelier, as sho faced lilm, "Will you accept my aid?',' giving him glnnco for glance, quite un "On conditions, only," she stipulated dismayed by tho Intentncss of his "Hnlvera?" scrutiny. He shook his head. In tho clear tight her eyes shone "Half sharos. or not at all!" Shi lustrous, pools ot tawny flame; her hair showed Itself of a rich nnd was Arm. luminous coppery hue, spun to Im "A partnership?" measurable fineness; a faint color :Thls educed a mouo of doubt, with burned In hor choeks, but. In contrast "I'm not worthy tho honor." her forehead was as snow tho pure, "Hut," ho promised rashly, "I cat white, skin that Is tho save you oh, heaps of trouble In othoi women tbo hcrltago ot ys." world over, nnd their chlefost chnrm Sho shrugged helplessly. "If I musl as woll; whllo her llps- -r then I do accept. We aro partners As for hot lips, the most coherent Dan Anlsty and II" statement to bo extracted from Mr, 116 nodded rauto satisfaction, brushet Maltland Is to tho effect that they tho tools out ot his way, and bent at were altogether desirable, from tbo attentlvo ear to the combination. vory first. The filrl swept across the room, ant The hauteur of her pose, tho gym thcro followed a click slmultaneoui laughter that lurked in her with pathy and the tbtnl extinction ot light. mouth, tho manifest breeding; In tbo ' Startled, "Why?" he demanded. modeling of her nostrils, and delicate "Tho risk," sho replied. "We hav the firm, straight arch pt her nose, iho astonishing allurement, of her eyes, been frightfully careless and thought combined with their spirited womanll less." Helplessly Maltland twirled the com ncss these, whllo they completed tho conquest ot the young man, Mention dial; without the light he wai alnshod him. Ho found hlmaclt of n wholly at a toss. Dut a breath latei sudden endowed with a painful appro skirts rustled near him; tho slide ot was Jerked back, and i elation ot his own imperfections, the tho bitU's-cylittleness ot his ego, tho Inherent clrclo of inumlnatlon thrown upon thi coarseness ot his mascullno fiber, tho lock. Ho bent his head again, pretend Inc to listen to tho fall of the turn poor futility of his ways, contrasted with her perfections. Ho felt as It re biers as the dial was turned, but Ii pojnt of fact covertly watching th bulled for some unwarrantablo . . . For ho had looked letters and figures upon It. Tho room grow very sllont, save foi Into eyes that were windows ot a soul and tho soul was that of a child, un the faintly regular respiration of tin glr) who bont near his shoulder. Hei sullied and Immaculate. breath was fragrant upon his cheek You may smllo; but as for Maltland ho deemed It no laughing niattcr. From The consciousness of her proplnqult) that moment his perception was clear almost stilted him. . . . Ono fear) that, whatever Bhe might claim to bo that Maltland prolonged tho counter felt study ot tbo combination unneces bowover damning tho clrcumstancus In which sho appeared to him; tbero sartly. Notwithstanding this, she soerae was no evil In her. Hut what ho did not know, and did amazed by tho caso with which In not even guess, was that, from tho solved It. "Wonderful I" she ap snmo Instant, his being- - was in bond bln'udod, whispering, as tho heavy doo: ago to hor will. So Lovo comes swung ouiwaru wiwiuui u jar. "Hush!" he cautioned her. strangely masked. In his veins that night madness wai CHAPTER IV. running riot, swaying him at Its will Midsummer Night's Madness. With never a doubt, never a thought At lougth, awed and not a llltl of hesitancy, ho forged ahead, wl)lfullj Un tbq faci shamefacod, "I beg your pardon," h blind to consequences. stammered, wretchedly. ot It ho was, playing a tool's part; h "For what?" sho demunded, quickly, know It; tho truth Is simply that hi could not have done other than as hi htnd up aud eyes alight. did. Consciously ho believed blmsoll It wasn't ah "For Insisting, to be nicroly testing tho girl; subcon coiutcots. I'm sorry." It was hor turn now to wonder: sriousty he was plastic In tho grip ol delicacy of perception such as this sc. emotion stronger than he inolsi was not ordinarily looked for In tho clay upon the potter's whirling wbssl (TO K1S CWtTlNUUUJ person of a burglar, with a Uugh and , cloto-gralneah-la- riarble and Granite flonuments , CURBINO, HICKHAN, SMSsssVSHbsbsssssssssssssssssssW STONE t : WORK r of all kinds, IRON FENCINO. KENTUCKY Meet Your Friends AT Davidson & Stubbs Lauderdale's DENTISTS. OFFICES: ntcVman, Kj. OTer CowUl's drug; store. Union Cltj, Tnn. In C. B. A. building;. Tonsorial Parlors a Bsst In HleVnjan. Hot, and cold baths; ol.ctrlo lights and fans, hjdrsullc chairs and eTsrythln, or comfort. Clinton Street, Ilickman, Ky. N.xt door to Jones' Cafe. LAND Cash Book Store FOR SALE Splendid Selection . . . New Books, Stationery, Post Cards. Notions, Etc CtTl and sea our stock. Both city and farm property at rcasonablo prices. If you have real estate for sale, let us get you a buyer. ADDRESS: Erertblng Hickman Courier Realty (ii Ilickman. Kentucky. MarvBerendes&Gompanii Let Us Be Your Waiter We never tire of helping others when thej ask for good job printing. We can tickle the most People who exacting typographic appetite. have partaken of our excellent service come back for a second serving. Our prices ate the most reasonable, too, and you can always de pend on us giving your orders the most prompt and careful attention. Call at this office and lock over our samples. JOB PRINTING llttl. sale bills, chsvr jut than tho other fellow. Wedding invitations, letter heads, bill Sad, tatem.nts, dodgers, cards, etc., all reciv tit same car.ful treatment a little better than t.m necessary. Prompt delivery always. ssUssVj OPEN NEW ADDITION. MASS MEETING FRIDAY. Your Medicines... Good medicine is often more necessary When you nre strong than good food. and healthy, n little poor food may not do Be Sure of you nny harm, but when you nre weak or sick, one spoonful of poor medicine enn do you untold injury. Yov will find it safe to always depend on us. Helm & Ellison. v aajaaa mmm mm V a. a. a a a a a a a aa. ALL fralEcrs. Tsllow. Beeswax, Clnstna. GnldfnScil. (Yellow Root), etc We i S0RTS44M from Chatta- are Dealers, and can do be tltr lor you than ijt nt or commiuioa merchant. Reference, any Dank in Louuville. Write for weekly pcice litf and ahip ping Ugu weiuraunnwi iiymic Rain Is needed. Giles Ilond Is here nooga. M. SABEL&SONS, St 229 E. Market LOUISVILLE, KY. Ed Adams returned yesterday from Dawron Springs. Mrs. Jno. It. Wright Is visiting her mother in Kenton, Tcnn. job, let If you want a tlrst-clas- s Schmidt the Tailor, do your work. Mrs. N'annlo TEACHERS IN SESSION. In- Tho Fulton County Teacher's titule convened nt tho College In this city Monday morning with a good attendance, and will bo in session until Friday at noon. Tho program, as arranged by County Supt. Miss Dora M. Smith. Is being carried out to tho letter, and Is of woro than ordinary for Loulsvlllo friends . Klngrann left today to spend a week with of Tlscomlngo, visiting Burney Poyner, Wesely Okla., has been Hughes and family. Sam MannlnK. 17 year old boy, residing on tho Dodds farm In the botSupt. R. SI. Shlpp, of WInchestor, torn, was arrested this morning chars i the instructor, la ono of tho most eu wiin uuggory. thoroughly practical men over in charge of tho instltuto work of FulMrs. Ilcttlo Morris and children, of ton county. Ho is a stickler for fun- Mayflold, and Mrs. Van U. Coles, of damental principles of education rath- Paducnh. have been the guests of er than ornamental; and his conten- their brother, Durnlo Hughes. tion on this point Is certainly Uniely The Hickman and Troy Tclophono and backed by good, common sense. Co., have built lines to tho corporate Following Is a list of tho teachers limits of Hickman, and Manager in attendance, together with tho name Davis Informs us- that by the last of of the school or district In which they this week they will bo connected with will teach: tho switchboard. J. C. Cheek, Fulton. This disease they now call Pellagra W. C. Underwood, Fulton. appears to be as old as the hills In Miss Helen Thompson, Fulton. Italy nnd a few other sections of Miss Vivian Hall, Fulton. Europe. It also seems to bo confined Miss Jessie Lee Reed, Fulton. to Italians mostly over hero and our Miss Lillian Klrkland, Fulton. scientists would best go back to Italy Mrs. R. A. Herring, Fulton. for the cause. It. A. Herring, Fulton. Miss Macon Sebastian, Fulton, Prlvato advices from Tennessee do- n. F. Gabby, Hickman. Is do claro that the prohibition wra-rMiss Annie Sharron, Hickman. veloplng a human being with a long Miss Mattie DeOow, Hickman. neck and a hump on his back, much Miss Virginia Luten, Hickman. resembling tho camel, and with the Miss Imogene Moore, Hickman. ability to go without a drink forty Miss Mattie Seay, Hickman. eight hours. Miss Anna Outten, Hickman. Miss Bufle Hruer, Hickman. Lest you forget, wo want to re Miss Estelle Reneau, Hickman. mind the parents of this county that .Miss Sue Ramer, Edmlston. the high school course, ono of tho Mls3 Mary McDaniel, Roper. best over offered by Hickman College Mrs. B. D. Sweeney, Graves. or any other high school. Is free to Gordon Rico, Cayce. tho pupils of Fulton county. The late Erroll McGhee, No. 8 Island. school law gives tho pupil of tho ru Miss Ida Stahr. Falrvlew. ral district tho same opportunity as Thoa .T. Harris, Rock Springs. city pupils no tuition to bo paid. Miss Lillian Choato, Hazel Doll. Tomorrow Is tho last day that serMiss Lottie Under, Simmons. vice can bo had on suits filed for Miss Elizabeth Corum, Stubbs . this term of court. Sheriff Seat has Mlsa Jessie Wall, Rush Creek . busy this week summonsing Miss Pearl Johnsou, Walnut Grove. been Jurors. Judge Bugg ordered Sheriff J. C. Suggs, Palestine. Seat not to let the Courier have the Miss Mario Crowe, Taylor . jury list before court convened, and Miss Nannlo Drown, McFaddon. for this reason wo nre unable to Mrs. Mary Harbor, Woodlawn. give our readers this Important pleco Mrs. Journey, Sassafras Ridge. of news. Miss Fanulo Eddlngs , Miss Mattlo Huddleston, Liberty . Mrs. Lavana Fuller, Illuo Pond. li. J.,Btabr, Montgomery . Miss Mugglo Henry, Ueech Grove. Miaa Inn Roper, Your Prescription Roy L. Hums, Madrid Rend. Miss Jane McConnoll, Rural. All schools aro supplied with teach Is Safe With U era, except Sycamore Chapel. This Interest. .... Tho cltliens of Hickman aro hero Tho Henry Utility Co. ,ot rarls, meeting will Tenn, closed a deal with vJJ. U. Wil- by notified that a mass 20 acres of ground be held at tho opera house rrluay son, Saturday, for sharp, for tho on tho south sldo of town which will afternoon, at 3 o'colek arrangements for bo opened as a now addition to the purpose of making city of Hickman. This property l Oct. 26, on which dato President Tnft pro Is better known as tho "Mnhan proper- will speak In this city. It also Is located tho famous posed to have a program nnd amuse ty," and on It inents to entcrtnln the crowd, nnd Sulphur Springs. stunt Including the This company makes a spoclalty of have an presidential reception, 4th of July buying small tracts of land near town and converting It Into town lots. celebration, street fair, balloon ns When they atari to open an nddltlon, censlons, shows, races, etfl. -6- This thero Ih no "monkey-business.- " Is demonstrated by tho manner In Mrs. H. M. Hubbard writes the which they aro putting tho Hickman Courier as follows: "VV hnve had denl through. The property was pur a most delightful time nil conveni I chased Saturday and on Monday ences aro arranged for big force of men woro busy mowing nnd comfort. Yellowstone Park la bo down the com field, grading streets, yond description. Tho widest Imagi building bridges, building a spring nation cannot conceive of lis house over the spring, making s beauty; It cannot be exaggerated. We dimclng pavilion, fencing, laying out have had a day at each large city. lots, otc. In fact, tho old placo would nnd aro now waiting- - at 8poknno for hardly be recognized a tho same our conveyance. Received your we I now. Its Just a way they have of come paper." Mm. Hubbard and doing things. When they open party aro with tho "Knoxvlllo Special1 tract of land, tho first thing they do train and aro visiting all points of In Is to Bpcnd several thousand dollars terest In the northwest. mprovlng It. This all conies back o with a big Interest on their salo day; Prof. H. F. Gabby Informs the and right hero Is a good lesson for public schools will I local property owners. In many In Courier that our open Monday, September 13th. Alt I stances they put In water malm, con crcto walks, lights, paved streets, etc Indications point to this being the year In the! before tho salo da(o. but wo aro not most successful school College. Watch I Informed aB to what extent Improve history of Hickman ments will bo mndo on tho Hickman for 'the announcement. addition. When tho property Is ready for mar A charter lias been Issued for a Vet, ho lotts aro simply sold at nuc new bank at Union City to be known lion, letting them bring what they as the Farmers Exchange unnK. a will. They also giro a lot free to number ot prominent men In Union so mo ono who Is present at tho sale, City are behind the new Institution. O and like wise a $10 gold piece. The dnto of salo of Hickman lota will be Tho grand Jury of Calloway county held In September. Full particulars failed to return any new indictments will bo given In duo timo. against tho bunch of night riders Hickman needs, ns badly as any whoso cases woro dismissed on tech town did, moro restdonco Iota, and nicalities discovered in tho true bills. this property will In a measure re. lievo the present scarcity of medium Don't fall to attend that mass meet priced lots. Hundreds of families will ing at tho Lyric, Friday afternoon at build homes here where they can pro- - 3 o'clock. o euro lots at moderate prices and with in a reasonable distance of the busl Let mo prepare that picnic lunch. R. L. Reeves, at tho Crescent ness section. all-da- y sight-swinone-half FEW AS GQ0D-11- E BET issH HsBnl r VJ K 'AfljftU 4VjCJsIssssSI ssissH Fer HARDY KILLS GlrEtrinaeiat $1.00 COMING EVENTS BRADLEY 5 PAPUAN. SELr. Geo. 8 Hardy, president of Hardy Grain Co., of Union City, and one of Pointers You can get some the largest stockholders of the Inrin er's ain & Grain Co., of Hickman, accldently shot himself at his home in tho former city yestorday morning at 3 o'clock. Ho was driving barking dogs from his yard, when ho fell, ac cidentally discharging his pistol. Tho ball passed through his abdomen. In flicting a wound from which be died at noon of tho same uay. Doctors woro rushed by special train from Nashville to his bedside, but were unable to save him. Mr. Hardy was not only one of tho leading business men of Union City. but one of the most prominent and Influential men of West Tennessee, and bna massed a largu amount of wealth. Sept 6 Pu t n vrues In lll kiiiS' Sept IGi;i it the Lyric Oct. 1J tb Lyric. Oct. J m. In- i I - Lyrk Oct .11 Pna it Psihu'd. Pr..,d. Mi i.' .;. the Steamer Tb party ir ' governors and o') r Its Ml ot Oct. S Lyric and Nov. - Geni-raS- i'I c i 'r a Lw! Nov. 1-0Lyric, Msr ht. IB" Mean' w I .i U - o SUIT AGAINST HICKMAN. the Lyric. Nov. Z- - "Thr Dixie," thtt l.jrl. Dee. I MiV. IK- - ja CM K. M i valuable Information about good clothes by calling at our store and looking over the big line of Fall and Winter woolens of Strauss Brothers, Mtilrr Tailor. Dtleaso which we are now showing. " Great" docs not sdcquatcly describe the stiort-Bieof fabrics or the splendid made to order clothes delivered by this firm. Style, fit and finish are up to the highest standard. Don't hrsltste to come In and look even If you don't order at oucc. nt e Judge F. K. Moore, attorney for Jim Dondurant, has brought suit against the City of Hickman for the recovery of 1160. On Aug. "h. Jim llondurant a Cairo negro, was arrest cd on tho Steamer Three States on charge of violating the locul option law Ho put up H c0 as a bond for his appearance nnd Judge Honey still baa tho money In his possession Moore claims that tho city has no right to hold the ncgro'a money. The question of who Is right will bo ito elded In tho September circuit court. ml.. i. V f,t Jan. 2 the Lyric Fob. IS Lyric. April J Th Illii .l ilrflt.lll' ns I''-' "TV Kit''' 0- Iyrle. SCHOOL " - ANNOUNCEMENT. in BUHMIl'n the following Voonl aud lustrum" r,U a.ial n M- - E. R. hi ELLISON, Hickman, Ky. French O German METHODIST CHURCH. Greek. H locution Services at the Methodist Church HookkwpInK next Sunday at 11 a. m, and 7: 46 p. Short tiaud m. Typewriting A cordial Invitation Is extended to Intuitu liahtl! all friends to bo present. ' "" Subjects to be discussed of great And adisii'SK. ' ',ur'' " Tho high ' Interest. T Good music. all pupils I" P"1"'" ",J,, 0 Sunday School nt 0:45 a. in. ' '' " .A- -. O Miss Thelmn Ixigau Is visiting In Dyersburg, Tenn., this week. Jerry Throlkeld Is In Hlckmnn tho guest ot friends. He has been In Illythcvllle. Ark., for the past few Announcement engagement llfld, hssbiiJ Ut " " . fit I i. vacancy occured through the death ot Oswell Saunders, who died at Mur ray, Ky., Saturday. o CHRISTIAN CHURCH 8ERVICES At the Christian church tonight, a Bpeclal program haB been prepared and you will mlsa a treat If you fall In having any prescription or medicinal recipe filled here. Remember John G. Latham, head of the bank months. Every growing, ambitious town U composed .of tbreo elements. Those Ing firm of Latham, Alexander & Co.. who work practically, vigorously and member of tho New York Stock ex intelligently for Its advancement, change and a multimillionaire, died thoso who are In the stato ot apathy at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, In New IIV MIHH of Indifference, and thoso who take York, Wednesday morning of last a curious delight In discouraging tho week, following nn Illness of chronic TI-r-E efforts ot others by ridicule, and by dysentery. Ho was born In Hopkins- a persistent denial that any progress vllle, Oct. 22, 1844, and was educated can or has been accomplished, and there. Ho joined the Confederate by boasta of every other town be- army when 17 years old, and fought . Come With SUe sides their own. The last class are under Forrest and Ucnureguard. Ho called croakers, but they aro really engaged In business In Hopklnsvlllo Go 9jjwf ... something worse, for thulr opposi- for threo years arfter tho war, leaving A Proposal tion does not arise simply from de- that placo for New York. Ho was Lo-vtt- to I). Iters., it young phyi"u 0 wedding wl 'ftk'' early In Octobtr n I. uisvuT MUSIC A I j W LILLIAN MA1IHN LYRIC AVO. 27 Yin err. - . ft. Jin.- - Miry to attend. Recitations, special numbers by the orchestra, and piano and vocal solos The entortalnmont is free to all. Ico cream and watermelons will bo served. Services Sunday morning and even lug. O that we use only the freshest and purest and medicines we drugs can get and we employ only skilled help in our manafacturing, dispensing and selling. from The watermellon shipment Southeast Missouri this season will mrwrata 2.000 car loads. Moro thau 1.000 oara hav already been shipped Helm & Ellison. j-- 1 spondency but from that unenviable Hopklnsvlllo's greatest benefactor. spirit that will neither act iUolf or Ho owned tho Hotel, had suffer others to act. erected a $20,000 monument over the graves of unknown Confederate sol Tho corpse ot Cbas, Asbury, who dlors In the Hopklnsvlllo cemetery was supposed to have died three Invested J 60,000 to Insure tho build years ago, was brought from Mark- Ing ot turnpikes In Christian county, ed Tree, Ark., Friday and burled by gavo tho Methodist church a $7,000 his friends Saturday at Ilardwell. The building site, and had given countless case of Asbury Is Bomowhat peculiar. smaller sums to other causes. Ho Is Moro than three years ago Mr .As- survived by his wife and u little bury, who lived In the western sec- daughter, j tion of the county, left homo In a I -- o skiff and went down the Mississippi Any old articles of furniture river. That was tho last time be around home you do not need? A was ever heard from until his dead in the Courier will body was brought back to Uerkley, 10c Want Ad them, lata cash and we all It was supposed that he bod turn and need cash. been drowned In the river. 2. Romance No. 2 .... Aulumn t'ii" AUisW- - SanUnde 3. Ich Wand're Nlchl MHnen Grossen I' La) Shmeretn., C ll Die Blourn FruhUngsaugen. 4. Preludes Nos. 3 and 15.MMHHM am Willt, E 5. Long cAgo Minor-.- , MMuaww Spring and Summer (cycle) 0" A Maids Spring Light ) " Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the' Citizens National I Ky. Two years ago this was a rough", T1no ,1 nrrnniwl nnt r nnrUt rnnfmrf riff ri.uhly for a!xut $275 average, and the people arc well pleased with their investment. lots sold Ims built more rapidly than any section of Paris. If this addition has built so JJiis nJJtin : will not one addition build in Hickman ? . rapidly, xvliv manufacturing enterprises, and numerous other In IWis we hnvc no here and you will be surprised at the beautiful building sites we will isit our r.'ib' division Tlir t 1 nWc rcut shows Henry's addition to Paris, . M. I .1 if lift Oillimmn Iliinlf A4 nnM 1 1 I sub-division- s. Insurance Company Believing that they WANT guch & 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 ihow you GOOD RECOMMENDATION. Tho Henry Ilcalty Co. la making nrratiRoiiR'nta to open a now nihtitloii to tho City of Hickman, and bolng atrancora to mot of tho follow Inif tetter will bo of iiitorcat to our IDE HICKMAN COURIER . mini rinlrrt. i f 1 1 -n u, fcmji,viT SURPRISE PARTIES. woman In this inn W Von citltana: To I iimka M rirrpllon lota on 26 v CampbolUvlllo, Ky., Aur. 2, '09. Whom It May Concern: horcby certify that Uio aalo of hero, conducted by Henry llros., tho 7th day of July, 1909, waa FIRST WEEK, AUGUST 2 j u.1 rlli:ilU U a lown. Who, .j 1. i in Krow. perfectly aatlifactory to Uio jcojlo and purchaaora. That all of tho lota lu tho Henry llroa., addition to City of CampbolUvlllo wero aold In leas when a chance arlnrs. Think It no end of Jolly, fun To Rlv her friend sur prlie. SECOND WEEK, AUGUST 9 Iter Lui '. than two hours. That tboro waa no and thnt tho purchnacrs of .M down to buslneaa . .. . tho Iota aro well satisfied, and that ... ujc i i v West mcKinan lovco Henry llroa. would bo wclcorao gucita n 1909. il. ' hero at any tlmo. O Respectfully, In Hopklnsvlllo want A R. K. KiniR. k t aloro In Hickman, u Clerk Taylor County Court. j'. ; L; l, oiKiilns for sucn n oust- O J. can secure a bUlldlliK. CAItniE'S UNCLE DEAD. i a.J there's always room "Squlro Alexander Campbell, for many years ono of tho most prom o inent men In Hopklnsvlllo, died at tho I i webs gut too thick Western Kentucky Asylum for tho Mr Merchant. .Wako .3 Inaano last week. His mind failed ' advertising and push- several months ago and ho waa plac'he difference. Knock ed In tho asylum for treatment. Ho I house by giving uder had been III for some tlmo of dla iu f heir own medicine cases Incident to his advanced ngo o of 75 years, and his death was not fo n.Ako things bum thin unexpected. Ho wan an undo of Mrs. Carrlo Naf. should linvo onu of tho and s all and winter pa- tion, Uio noted i l". 1 1 r k wn n the" history of tho alio has vlalted blm several times at W2. v. lounUfut crop, factories his homo hero III year r f ' it and everybody pros-- i ' k an merchant can make New Catalogue Free. r. r Hickman waa husband one out of town, Bh railroad borrowed tu' And went to meet him for a JoVet Ala, he waan't therel CVi -t- fre. $200,240.00 THIRD WEEK, AUGUST 16 m ftn nitrffa far of fancy ca-- Pln Then-nealli- ree. lot i ju . the light all out. Hair all don up In paper. 4 $345,000.00 FOURTH WEEK, AUGUST 23. iji. The hoeteii y! "I'm erteful. dear, r Thoush, p'rap. I may not how It, - , But when you pln a vllt lhu, I'd much preUr to know IL" funny stunts. rver thu" the fotka don't know about. wtah you'tl not attempted, for Tou They atwar flssl outt "Tw That $469,460.00 IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON. - -- i I Cc-- ', aaloon-smashe- r, . 1'ho now cataloRtio - Klrlng full In- formation concernliiK Uio educational T. n celvcd a loiter from work of tho Western Normal, mailed "X-- ,. r at Marlon. III., thin on application. Address H. II. Cherr U - to lorMn tinro If IllrV. I'resldent Western Normal, Howling ! towu ai and tho outlook arccn, Ky. 'L i ' 5 n favorable. If a good O ' a i t- nducenu.nt, thli Is tho Mrs. John 12. Wright nnd her two ' ' t i I Aiiir for, but wo can't daughter, Ml us Alia and Mabel, left v ' . success- -it la usually Tuesday night for Vienna, Austria, ' i 'hat knocka tho nor. where they will rcmalH for at least II also wanta to know ono year In Order fh' tho young L z" o'Unicya there nro In ladles may compW4 loir higher V. -a aro sending, him a education In musVe. J ifleld Mesof tho Courier that ho senger. Tho MUsea . t jght and Win over tho "Professional Joo Mnngrum gave n musical In this "J ar.'i ar.a neo who Ii who. city laat fall. r -- 1 k- Ik SINCE THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT vaults j"pre c.rr f je for the storing of money, an absolutely safe place for wh Jo the officials deposit this money in various banks country? Because they realize thnt the keeping of money nrculation means a larger degree of general pros PTity and is an actual necessity in the upbuild-lnof the countryi B J?' moner depoilted in banks becomes working capital. The :nc of yur moi,ey In circulation, without spendljiB it, is well ,our consideration, yel it is only one of the many reasons y vcu h0l'l'l have an account with -- II ICKMAN BANK Copilal and Surplua, OLDEST BANK IN rUUTON COUNTY. THE- Curious 8000ns. In tho England of tho last contaryJp mulborrles wero much raoro popular;!,, HICKMAN COURIER, Hickman, Ky. t r. W. H. GREGORY, . iI lUi 1WU HIUM " " Ky. : spoon waa mado forjcoa- Louisville, an especial i mu-venicnce in easing iucbj. Please send me full informotion as to the Citizens National Life aplked 'and perforated bowl and a Insurance Company. pointed handle. Sugar was sprinkled on tho berry with tho bowl, and tho NAME by berry conveyed to tho mouth ADDRESS means of tho spiked handle. Thcro was, too, a queor marrow spoon (a proof of tho Kncjlsh fondness for beef). U waa mado double ono end being used for boring tho marCOMMISSIONERS' SALE. SUCCESSFUL ADVERTISING. ANOTHER FAILURE. row from small bones and tho other Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky, Walter Wellman's second attempt John Wanamaker says: "It there for largor ones. lluth Fuller's Admr. &c, plaintiff. is ono enterprise) on earth that a to Ball over Uio North Polo In a balTea used to bo kept In caddies, against Creditors, de melal-llned- , with a sugar bowl "emitter" should lcavo alone It is ad- loon has resulted lu failure. Tho fendant. Her Heirs aud In tlm middle. With this waa tho cad vertising. To mako a success of ad- giant dlrlglblo balloon America, In Dy virtue of a Judgment and Order dy spoon, now seen only In museums, vertising ono must bo prepared to which 'Mr. Wcllmnn and- - his party of of Salo of Fulton Circuit Court, rencollections. Tho caddy spooq stick llko a barnacle on a boat's bot- three set out upon their perilous dered at tho May term, thereof, 1909, or curl6 was a sort of scoop, not unllko our tom. Ho should know beforo ho begins flight, met wltli a mishap after it had In tho abovo cause, I shall proceed to berry ioon, but smaller. door that ho must spend money lots of It. proceeded about 32 miles from tho offer for salo at tho Court House highIn Hickman, Kentucky, to the Somebody must tell him also that ho starting point, Mr. Wcllman and his est blddor. at PUULIC AUCTION, on Irish Oysters. o common-suratparty succeeded In making landing tho jth day of Sept., 1909. at 10 In Napoleon lll.'s tlmo. a bank or cannot hopo to reap results with his expenditure early in without injury to any member, and o'clock a. in., or thereabout (being oysters on tho west coast of Ireland County Court day), upon a credit of woa denuded for the French bods of tho game. Advertising don't Jerk; It returned on board tho steamer From, six months, tho following described and Arachon, now famous tho pulls. It begins very gontly at first, which also towed'in the disabled bal- property.to-wlt- : Auray 71 acres of land oft world over. tract, hut tho pull Is steady. It Increases loon. When everything seemed to ho of tho north sdo of a Tho parent bed, from tho rod bank day by day and year by year, until going splendidly, tho leather guldo being one of tho tracts allotted to Comby of Galway, has been neglected since It rope, to which was attached 1000 Jesso Q. Joneswill A. S. Tyler, refer-onc- e exerts an Irrcslstiblo power." bo seen by missioner, as the tlmo of the monks of Corcomroo pounds of provisions and stores, to P. & C. H. book No. 1, Pago o Abbey, when they woro celebrated as away. Tho accident occurred 218, In tho office of the Fulton Counof mlddlo Iro, clean and fat. CITY TAXES MUST BE PAID. ty Court, and conveyed by said Jesso and will Just as tho party was ncarlng the Now they are 14, All persons who have not paid their pack Icq north of Spltzbergen. Tho Q. Jones to James Fuller, Feb. bo used exclusively for tho aristocratic 1892. hotcla of London, competing succeas-full- city taxes are requested to paysamo air ship shot upward at a great height Also 1G acres of land In tho south-cawith Uio French output at onco. Ilcmcmbor the penalty goes abovo tho clouds. Tho pilots succeed quarter section 17, T. 1, It. 6 on Scptoiuber 1st. You will find mo ed, however, in bringing her down west, lying south and broadside of 0 tract, beand adjoining above at my office at Hickman Furniture safely. Tho Ifntorlor of tho storo qf Smith ing 17 poles wide and extending enCo., storo. TOM DILLON, Jr. tirely across said quartor, and conO Aniborg la being changed up conCity Tax Collector. veyed by Wm. Perry and wife Aug. siderably this week. For tho millinEsq. Futroll married six couples at 30, 1897; alt the abovo lying lu Fulton O ery department, COO squaro feet of Fulton, Sunday. They wero: Foy County, Ky. Or sufficient thereof floor spaco has been added to the Clinton entertained the Woodmen Cunningham and Miss I.uby, of May-fiel- to produco tho sums of money so balcony In tho rear of tho building of tho World of tho district composordered to bo mado. For the purT. J. ailla and Miss I urn chase price, tho purchaser, with apThis wilt bo ono of tho swcllest de- ed of llallard, Carlisle, Hickman, both of Pilot Oak; F. W. Isbell proved security or securities, must partments of tho kind to bo found Fulton and Graves counties. The day Miss Evelyn A. Colo, of Valley executo bond, bearing legal Interest and In tho stato when completed. Wbnt was very warm which caused tho I'nrk, Mo., Cliaa. Holmes and Miss from tho day of sale until paid, and was formerly tho millinery department omission of tho log rolling contests, Judgltoulnh May liradley, both of Wlngo; having, tho force and effect of a will bo used for n ladles roady-tTho rally next year will bo hold ut Kd Anderson and Miss Claudlo Now. ment. Didders will bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms. wear department. Center sholvlng Is Fulton, on Sept. 1C. ton. of Wlckllffo; and Evander Mitch-el- l J. H. MILNEIl, Com. nlno being added to thu present fix O nnd Miss Klslo Lnugstoti, of Padu-cah- . tures, and will be surrounded by glass Lot us flguro on that Fall or Win-to- r show cases of tho very lutest pattern. O Suit. Now lino of samples Just growth and prosperity Tho continued of tlila firm has mndo accessary the arrived. Schmidt, tho Tailor, "How many boxes aro thcro on tho ly enlargement of their storo room, but fivo It. F. 1). routes out of Hickman?' they nover skimp when It comes to TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTW Dolus on tho Insldo, Cen, II. A. Tyler looking ofter tho convculonco and asked a number of his friends this of their trado. Question nnd was amused with tho . O various estimates given. Tho actual figures aro as follows: No. 1, SO Teachers Wanted. C For medicines for the sick and 2 boxes; No. 2, 10S boxes; No. 3, 75 where you may get your Tho demand for teachers who have c tti ttii a boxes; No. 4, 78 boxes; and No. C, Drug wants been trained In tho Wostoru Normal 'with the purest drugs and by 3 C5 boxes. Total, 40G. Taking It for any Ix greater than tho supply. Tho fall their business. 2 granted that each box serves five peo C session opous Sept. 7th. Write I'resl- F those ho know More than 20 years practical 5 ple tho routes thus accommodate over dent II. II. Cherry, Howling Ureen, Z experience fits us to do it right. 2 2,000 persons. Ky., for Information relative to freu .... a two-lidde- MO-acr- o st o l)y-nu- o you wish to have your prescriptions filled Qlcfo and Accurately take them to Prescriptions lit Cowgill's Drug Store hour DAY OR NIGHT at $05, 000.00 tuition. O Helm & Ellison. ia.AAaaAAa.AaAa) O Schmidt, tho Tailor. Buy your coal now. & Coal Co. Hickman Ice Cowgill's Drag store (Incorporated) THE LEVEE PROPOSITION Tlio proposition of building n lovco to protect West lllckmnn and tho fnc Is torlcs from tho annual over-floagala boforo our people. Tho bono fits to bo derived from this sourco bas been too throoughly nlred and ai8cusseU to need thrusliliig out tigulu Kvorr citizen with au ouuco of gray matter under his hat known this loveo siiould bo built knows wo havo lost many times its cost by neglecting to build It. In taking up tho matter of building concrete walls around tho factories lor their own protection, tho ik'Ugcl uos Co., has again ottered to go in with the people of Ulckmau and build a loveo around the wbolo of West Hickman It wo cared to do so. They proposo to head the list with $5,000 -- liulf tho amount uocessary to conlovet. ana struct a first-clas- s Hlcu-inond ttAaAtv4aaV.A a . On the Streets Got a now phone? Circuit court, Sept. Cth. Heard aw Warms UWq.., j . ftr ; sv r 1. I. "twin mil mi or n.Mrr CITY , Nil, tint lion. WlK pnoppD.. U ,, , ff Ioulso Cotton has been on tho sick list . Lunches at nil hours nt tho Crescent Cafo. It. P. Johnson wns here from Cnyco, Monday . .Miss Cecil Wright left Sntunlny for Trenton, Tenn. Ask for the genuine Dutch Tea Ruslc-- C. IL Moore. Miss Hattlo Williams left Sntur- dny for Mound City, 111. J. R. llrown mado n business trip to Union City, Tuesday. C. H. Moore wants you to try his genuine Dutch Tea Rusk. Miss Kthel Naylor has returned from a visit to Niagara Kails. Furniture neatly repaired or up holstered nt tho Hickman Job Shop. X. X. Smith spent Tuesdny In Ful ton, tho guest of his son Albert Smith. Mrs. Ellen IJushart, ot Martin, is lslting tho family of W. II. Routcn. nwilnl Imnnur llj nth. rliiiinivrtii. (I.., lllrk Ink not it ii.rn i tha p.tVP".,m"" ml htiin. r IoiisUi of tint. No, kern '' i u .. tienltwlllihuw v .i orthnl, I toon aI No. Jut..i I, (inmi , . - in ij z . t l In Wft.L llli.kt... ItV.lV ll.w a..,. k. bond offor to give will tho people 1,1,000. What who own ... HI. ... 'A I IlllipruvtmriiU r Mo Illlr loculcl nro uuwnunit No.M-Wh,- co property lu West Hickman do! If tho loveo Is not built, the Aleugel Uox Co., will doubtless lake steps to protect their factories, Uius putting u quietus on oil overtures to help inu city to help itself. Now is tho time to gut busy. if wo let this opportunity slip, the Issue Li u dead ono. Tho approximate cost of building a good levee-ro- ue that can bo uepund ed upon at all times will bo auoul tio.uuu, possibly less. Uut wuatever tuo cost, tho Investment will bo a good one. Five years ago llniv, this was a hemp field; today there arc 65 houses built on this addition and Wc say with a de lei Hi wi n urrhwl pal grco of pride that there is no better resident section to Nicholasvillc than this addition. Some fMltvrtkaii imi t a plan juu of the homes have cost as much as $5,000 to build them. These lots have proven to be won till, Inonr. Hot i . ; tli joint. 7ln u UlJ. derfully good investments, some of them having been sold for 300 profit. No.M-TltLn This picture shows a street in the Henry addition to Nicholasvillc, Ky. cm i mi prupiMiiioii n .t att - . v. I 31 - k. I' 1 ii k.. ' A number of these lots sold for $300 to $320, today they would readily brintf $1,000, lf Ice Coupon Books charged to ac count will bo at tho face valuo. No discount, allowed only for cash, Hickman Ice & Coal Co. It. There is plenty ot favorable com Turn over a now leaf talk up tho tnent on our new serial story "The proposition and back up your talk Brass Bowl." Are you reading it! Look it up In this paper and read with part of tho cash. . Lot's put our shoulders to the wneel and do something, if you own property in that section of tho city, do the right thing glvo In proportion to your interests there. Many will help this cause who do not own u foot of West lllckniau dirt, and surely no property owner could bo so tight-fisteas to refuse to do his part. In addition to ilengol's liberal offer, they also proposo to operate tuo pumping station at their own expense. In a nutshell, now is a good time felfor a few of you lows to wako up and push this matter This will bo our last chance to get the levee because, if wo can't or wont put up for half tho cost, its a cinch wo will never put up for all. of d Nicholasvillc is only one-hathe size of Hickman and the lots wc have here arc well located Wc think that nftpr the people have bought these lots they will feel more kindly toward us than they do now. Wc are proud of our success in other places and of the strong endorse .Miss Uess Harper, of Union City, mcnts of the people we hove dealt with. We promise to adhere to the same policies here ns was tho guest ot Miss Marino llrown elsewhere; viz: fair and honorable treatment to every bidder, with the distinct undcrstandin this week. that wc will not withdraw anything if one bid is made. There will be NO but Will Routcn Is nblo to ho on tho Ten dollars in gold and one good building lot will be given away on the streets again, after several weeks ill clean auction sale! ness of appendicitis. ground. It costs you nothing for a ticket. Come to the sale and have a "day off" with your Best Heart Shingles at A. S, Uar- - friends. West Hickman. Tho prices kett's nro tho lowest la town. Seo our lino ot Fall and Winter samples tho largest line wo have over had. Schmidt, tho Tailor. Edward Prather has accepted a posl Uradley & Parham. Mr. Prather is tho right man in tho right place In ins iraiu. ini i, iioiu Ol.tdrt lilcti .i tlirr rooina, - ( l.lll In loan. it Iki Mlcklimii, M .9 Cifcf a la. a UirwallWi). T i No. 65. T 3 miles soutu c proved, uoud f.. two ttorches. ou now cUiern. Wi L (ood joung t.r wnntlnK " una i ly what bo is Lu k on this for a - ,. ou cnijr term No.CU. l or tur for sale t.i of reslduiico , Nice b.. l- MM for IMii,, t. Mams auuliivr i unit in , TNI, It f . -- ItlL. I. LL1 -- S3 IXd It 1 t i i snu , i, y i. t . rr. ... j I- THE NEW FALL MODELS IN halls, Kood cii a concrete walks nud nn oicrii-No bvttvr $760 . L I .L. J - ' r MB No. CO Will Court- - r Tii ii TAILORED SUITS The "PRIMTZESS" and "SIEGEL" Garments The best fitting Suits on the market, every garment a perfect fit, very large line. Wc are showing a of la lid lu t'ui,.. as a n!anLnli.,i as 10 aorH i 'I'rovlucla- - unt- j sugar, )lutaii. run as low an - No. (1. - 3 t 1J lu i It. SIGNED STATE MtNT Cllntoi i Wo, thw uii.l orty uwuori of i utilvur to say very best Uittr. 3 THE ONLY WAY. Many Hickman Citizens Have D'5 covered It. Justwhat to do when tho kidneys helped. Just what to do when the kidneys A. J. Claywell, after spending about ore affected, is a question that con' ueys neglected in childhood lead to three years In Dyersburg, Tenn., has sunerlng. People of ad vane returned to the best town In the U S. to mako bis homo. They will ed years, with less vitality, suffer come back. doubly. In youth or age, languor, Change in tho mall scrvlco be backache, urinary Irregularity, dlzzi ness and norvousness mako life a bur tweon hero and Memphis enables us to get the Memphis mall in the morn' den. There is one remedy that acts di ing 5 hours earlier than usual. This troubles. Doan's Kidney Mils owo will help some. llfo-Ion- g "Slim" Sccarca was over from Cayce, Monday, trying to scare up a ball game between the Fans and tho Champions. Woll. Dick, it can't bo ., . t. ! Ladies who arc desirous Suits a little earlier than Fall laws" nud others have supported the principles bo advocated. Tho bound ary line between right and wrong was 'Q finally established by a majority, with F. T. Handle and D. I). Wilson spent the result that sovcral old members wero turned out of the cburoli. Utjs wek at Dawson Springs. coucernlng free scholarship. gessfou opens September 7th. Tho Leader auto is enjoying a few days stay in Hickman, where it Is in caro of candidate Edgar Naylor, ono of tho llvcsllcst of the llvo in tho race for tho grand contest prizes. Mr, and Mrs. Naylor arrived In tho O city this morning from Bardwell and BOOKSI FREE BOOK81 FREE wero In tho car with contest manager Mr. Henry, of Henry Healty Co., Roy I. Neal and driver Ethel Roberts. showed us a book on real estate and Fulton Leader. homo owning which we think Is the Rev. A. Turklngton, pastor of tho best thing of its klud we have over Wo feel confident thut if you Baptist church, who resigned about u seen. are renting a house and you read month ago, will leavo tho 12th of neit this little book you will seriously con month for Chicago, where ho will slder the question of owning your ow probably mako liia future homo. Rev, home. Mr. Henry has left a few of Turklngton has been with this church, these Utile books at this office for his first charge, for soinothlng over year, but it Is generally known that free distribution to people living In a rented bouses. It you are a renter luck ot harmony bus prevailed to somo extent and has resulted in tho call and get one. pastor making a second resignation, Contention may havo been based on u Enter School. point, but has been your County Superintendent maintained nevertheless, Somo have See held that the pastor's ideas of church and write H. J I, Cherry. President, discipline have bordered on tbo"bluo Western Normal, Howling dreeu, Ky., rectly on tho kidneys and cures these famo to ho fact that their world-wid- e they euro sick kidneys and cure them permanently. Follow tho example of this Hickman citizen and you will be convinced that this Is so. J. A. Eledge, Ellison St., Hickman Ky., say s: "It would bo impossible for me to express my thanks to Doan's Kidney Fills for tho benefit they brought me. I suffered from pains in my back and also had fro quent headaches. When being both ered thus, Doan's Kidney Pills were brought to my attention and I pro cured them at Helm & Ellison's drug store. They freed my back from pain and stopped the headaches lu a won' derfully short time. They are certain ly a great remedy for tho purposes for which their uso is Intended." For sale by all dealers. Prlco 50 cents. Foster-MUbur-a Co., Buffalo, New York, solo agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. building temporarily. Tho "Cotton Blossom," a uowshow boat passed Hickman yesterday en route to Now Madrid, Mo. Tho high Ucenso of this city bluffed them from stopping here. Bay horse, dark niano and tall, about 15 hands high, Btar in forhead, 12 years old. Return to L. U. Porry, Hickman, Ky. Has been gone slnco Aug. Cth. ltf STRAYED: A. 0. Caruthers Is making somo lm provements on his business houso oc cupled by Lauderdale's barber shop Tho shop has been moved to tho Kirk it fylttE9mmm of purchasing luunlty, that tho couduct ot on by Ilenrr U tho lots brlni; no caso Vilio, vie i x. i.'--i u.1 - i ,. i. ii) J . v usual will appreciate our special display of advanced styles of New Fall Suits. .11. pua'haattl uxtranr The new styles are highly attractive, in many new features and should not fail to receive your attention. to. build on Hi- , tho anrno. T. In a carvful. ui nur with no i - tl by u a i.a Mlth iiiIiik lu maklnK lu Juntlco (o i )' ' II, Prices $12.50 to $25.00 conduct for lb' . us boa bovu on t clplcs and In u, Uijvst to our I U'rvota conn men whom o and uo feel tlu n r ; Baltzer Dodds D. Incorporated. G. Co. tliosontliuuntof Very . u u 1 Jerry JI. 1'or-J. K. (Irwnv. .i J. Kelly Smut i'otlory 0. V. ' 1. 0o. M. Tori' Uo. ' Hickman was well represented nt the big shoot ut Memphis last week, Among those who attended it from hero were A. A. Farls, Fred Caso, Judge J. W. Ronoy, O. B. Powoll, 8 L. Dodds and Atty. Allison Tyler. U.uik. K. O. Hold & N K. 11. Walker L I). Johnsou. IL U Johnson . Ooo. W. Dury, 1 1'aul Nichols O- Hbi. i. ' ' 1 It you want bti 80 Tho Crcsn n' ' rail Ut Dr. No k l,r. kr a of common Black's-form linn : mill" f.lM' lot ' Eye imhki aim of "'f""0 olinez-- only Iwrnly vr&r.' tlindinif, For acme coniuiKlnS no rtmJy in lor, iWatef lU , -- 1 llye 'r, i DKM curtd in thirty U rcBicJy. It The above cut is of Doyle's Annex, Paris, Ky., which a year ago last May was a ugh blue grass pasture? today it has eight house built and occupied. In almost vrv instance the lots sold in this addition have advanced 100 in 15 months. Good citizens of Hickman, if you want your town to grow and have a desirabl ..M.i.nn .. ; just a helping hand. Tell your friends and neighbors who are renting, to buy a lot and uuua a nome. encourage your people to own their homes and improve your citizenship thereby. For if you show us a town where a large per cent of it. people are home own-erwe will show you a town who's citizenship is superior to one who's real etate is held by a few men. s, witn mpvon! I. cu uJ iitiy fd t rf ii:cmi. M,-- " nr.a 25C R. BLACK MEDICINE CO.. RmH 9 . . a l.aii. ' -i Ti:SIIMOML. 3t" joiii'I t ' .in ' Mr. T.N L'... YoilI' ' tV.i i. ll..J.,nr loMriha i u- ,.L.i.l.U.W iL JinuaJJ. li J k" MJ, i. -- Mr lal . ..J J J (tiauiilM atwwu. IWI w.aadll' it. l" ' ; .... r 'i, .J,U Yaiflfw ,TfKf. Fr7u,NT0N A SERVICE. r a' cur 1'Wiplo nro InterI,lfd , 1 xi r f,r"'f ' :.3 t- ' ' . i arc nt IhU time iff ft )"t "n,u ,n followtiiR from tho pro-llf,- II Oct, 26th. Watermelons t galore cnats I - i ii... ileal In our company's j ami ll" .iii,li shows whnt BR I ICX My Burn Own Brick 03 ' . j if irl - I- t of July Urn Henry fa acres of thtj ap. partially wlili Mu limits of .Cirnlon. fiirm, thl )Mli. aniline been Inlil vtlili wlilo afreets rt.nn wlmro in'T'lgil miction to prolm Tliu lot p. ilian two hour nml r of thom. Inoludlng u.liV which was drawn who Htm ii tho j gold In I, dollar .,, Use "Sanspnrlel"' Flour. l,t - drinks at the Crencont. John Mcacham spent Sunday with Fulton friends. Union City Is agitating tho erec Cold Thus enabling me to save you $3.00 per thousand on the old price. v. tion of n hospital. See ron. Hickman Job Shop. II T. 8mlth, of Fulton, was hero on business Tuesday, Tho only placo In town! Tho Crescent, of course. WueroT with ui for work of all kinds. BUILDING MATERIAL can and do sell Building Material as cheap as anyone, and give you belter material than you can get anywhere else' in Hickman. I lut Iii3 ; ..', 1 I t Mr. ilc began. I J. U ,Hii' 7C FOIl 8AI.R! Threo sown young pigs. W. J. Harry. I.Ird Oman returned from ness trip to Cairo, Monday. Ip busi f u ct i. ' 11' I, v I rrt: 3 i " l.t -'- J : lito t il to rouglit from fe)t f. t front by rondo In I"" nil we have heard of ' liU ptirehnstj. A . at Hal farmer bought 1. rstand Hint Ini- In begun nt one. . good moiiuy In ; tuaili' he illil Clinton n nr-- , begrudges lit in tilt indealing here bo ' to 1h a man of ! honesty nnil fair I ate many friend In roe from Ihth to . L. be baa picked out to lu a COME SEE ME OR ELEPONE WHEN IN NEED OF ANYTHING f Ml taUaksaW. Deputy Sheriff floaldcr Johnson wns In Fulton on business Tuesday. i Let's make Oct. 2Gth tho biggest day we have over hnd In Hickman. W. A. DODDS LET'S GET BUSY. NEWS FROM STATE LINE. Mrs. Jane Hopkins Boy-Proof Cypress 8hlngles $1.00 a thousand Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. Clothes Una' 0 COLT SHOW. will bo held nt ' ia tia afuruooii of Tut-j- j v.i t. . i , , a t owe early n u ox-- n num. . j , Mill bo, lllauk Hoy , I for tbtt boat coll ., awk l.u.yuuOy luviled to couio .;- . cuiu, u bather by our1 u.1 1... g , i . u. U you want to buy, waul lo sttll, eouiy. Till uu a... j.-- , . .I'll', oa viol I ua oura. u a. out ua for coll tu-ky aak yuu to aoltlo ou k uf t. - u.a, iSaio if posalblu. J j I HUl'KH ii SUN'S. O ROPERS IL.-- .i Ut Miow See the preparations we have made for young hopefuls the smartest styles of the season in Quality Clothes no other than the famous u -- Mrs. Jane Hopkins Boy-Pro- of u Clothes .. CAVCE MAN MAHRICD. 1a lv .. laaumto of a prowlnuut ,. u iu tbui city, TburaUuy - A tt k a Ali...lJ lakl Lltbt Ul ii O'clock, nt o . lum, Mr. J. W. iluytloW, h; ai,a Mra. IJziIo Up- la-- , -w-- va, ,j J fioiu f...i.tSavuloia, , c. Toxaa, uuil the kind parents have sought without finding. All the latest models, perfectly fitting sizes, exclusive patfabrics what terns and wear-promore? of Knickerbockers $2.50 to $6.00. t.1 c2 h Uiaa, llwv. C. it. tittup--i.. wiiudiai cburoU of tbla a iv.: -- j l.juui ariiiixl yMturtlay uia Kentucky l. . u K by Uiu brtu. i. .j nflur- buuio uuU ilr. May- - Baltzer & Dodds D, Incorporated. G. Co. ITEMS. Dr. D. C. Maddox was In Union City Cordon Rico has tho Courier's For tho first time In tho city's his thanks for services rendered us this tory, Hickman will on Tuesday after- last Friday. week. noon. Oct. 2Cth, have tho honor of enEd Townscnd was here from HickU. S. man Wednesday. Satisfaction guaranteed or your tertaining a president of tho monoy back. II. E. Curlln, tbo laun- President Taft. The Governors of L. D. Maddox and P. E. Shaw were about 30 states and many other dls- dry man. tlrgulshcd men will bo within tho In Hickman Saturday. L. D. Smith returned Friday from bounds of Hickman on thnt date. James Moss and wlfo were here the Monto Ragle, Tcnn., whero ho spent In vlow of this honor, wo should past week from Union City. ten days. mako arrangements for a fitting re Miss Lillian Maddox has returned Don't tako any substitutes ask for ception one tbat will bo a credit to from a visit to Union City friends. "Sansparlel" Flour best on the mar our city and our state. Several of G. M. Shaw and family, of Green-burour leading business men nre already kct today. Pa., aro hero on a visit to talking up tho matter, and the soon Woahl mule. "Is this the Cres er wo get busy the better. Col. C. Mrs. Mary Shaw. cent? Alright, a ham sandwich. It C. Mengcl, of Louisville, who has a Mrs. W. C. Burrus and Mrs. Swan you please. special Interest in our city .expresses Hurrua spent Sunday and Monday In Log Wag a deslro to have Hickman at the front FOR SALE: Threo now Martin with Mrs. N. E. Estes. ons, slio 3V4 cash or good nolo. Seo on this occasion, and Is doing all he Harry Drasfleld, of Greenfield, and 9Uc can toward perfecting state arrangeW. S. Ellison. Roy Drasfleld, of Gleason, spent last to ments. In his communications List your real cstato with the Cour week with S. D. Burrus and family. ier. If wo don't sell It, It doosn't President Walker, of the Commercial I I n ni..i Miss Ruth McConnell has returned una prom iiuu, Inu says uuv, ...111 cost you a sent. iuuu ised to mako an address here that to her homo In Union City after sevA. S. Uarkctt, In West Hickman, day and to Introduce tho president. eral days, visit to Miss Mary Burrus. has Bouio heart shingles for sale. Therefore the Governor can bo reMiss Jessie Brastleld, of GreenPrices tho lowest. lied upon to stand by Hickman in her field, Tenn., has returned homo after Miss Jessie Lee Hoed, of Fulton, efforts to maintain tho dignity and an extended visit with relatives hero. guest of her sister, Mrs. W. A reputation of tho Commonwealth. Mr. la tho Little Ollle Sowell, who was so Walker has In his possession a largo Naylor, this week. number of telegrams and letters bear seriously kicked by a mulo colt, a Marlon Honoycutt, of York, Ala., Is Ing upon tho Hickman arrangements, few days ago. Is now able to be up. visiting Miss Marina Hrown and other T. A. Pratherjr., W. M. Shaw and but lack of space forbids our publish friends this week. lng same. These will bo read, how- Arthur Shaw were among thoso who Seo tho ad in this Issue of the ever, at the mass meeting Friday attended tho funeral of Geo. S. Hardy Hickman Ice & Coal Co., giving sum afternoon. Among other things Mr. at Union City today. iner prices on coal. Walker has made a request of Gov. Miss Marino Brown, of Hickman, Best Clear Heart Cypress Shingles Wlllson to furnish us a company, of and Miss Bess Harper, of Union City, J3.50 a thousand. Yates & Kirk artillery for this occasion so that a have returned to their homes after salute may be fired from tho cannon a visit to Mrs. A. M. Shaw. Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. g, -ai -- J ' .j e.j il a i,y uuil lu tbla county tuii. auil lauiil nt llouu'a Ii ii(ih1 bro laat auut- ru fimt tiuio lu auurul u, ROBBING THE DEAD. BROWNSVILLE t K i,m bfiju ilurliis tbat Tbcro muat bo soino Imnl wncU around Clinton. A corrcapondunt writ- LnJK U u iluugbtur of iir. -- - Uurry, of iluat, but J at li. Jiaa for aoturul uoulba u much beloved by all wbo L. r ai.d may well ilr iluyfli-la.ati biiuat'lf upou bla con- i L ! ' JtJ j our 'f K couujy wlii ylalt varlou tlio county for ubout kj btfon. flunlly loavllie for ututky bomu." jijiy O (aapcrko. of Unindunburg. " 'or tbo 1'bocuU Inaurnuco jUatiy, Laa 1,1s uyu ou tho office of t - wuiUnlouur and la waking tr.ji aruima tbo flrat uud aucouU 'Wi. a acting f uo pck up any "fwstn lu opposition to Ijiwrcnco a, who o rur is tho only nnnouiio-ccdMa'.- for tho Uouiocrntlo nom- 11 U.a Kr a 'CltlOll. 0 rson( tllu ni.Bro (ljot tha( r ' " t'artur abut ; nt m 'hv f woa runuliiKnwnyKulton with . n Krlpa. dlod Thursday. Tho lrl"r was dourly within tho bounda w Ills duty wllu1 thu BhooUllK furnd, ' Tom u, ''-- O Ulrdle a Mn0 nnd MbkkIo Loo vUltK Mlaa Lucy lllco tbla Mrs. Natnlle Ilowcn In on the sick list tbla week. Chas. Adams Is visiting relatives In ing to tho Clinton Qncitto says: "In n wny, aomo would oven rob Dyorsburg this week. tho dund, possibly not Miss Kvn Wilson Is visiting rein Whether or not It was n robbery of lives In Kenton, Tonn. tbo dead In tbo lustancu I lmvo In J. F. (llldowell has had an nttiick mind, I will leavo for you to Judge. of fever, but la ablo to bo up ngrfiu. On Saturday night. Aug. 14. Mount Mrs. Augusta Todd of Hobart, Okla., Morlnh Cemetery Association gave an Ice cream auppor for the benefit of visited relatives In this vicinity last tho cemetery, nnd If. I tin correctly week. Informed, certain persons onlured ICImer Falrless and wife, of Waco, cream and after eating It called for n Toxns, aro visiting II. I.. Williams second helping. When tho wnltorH nnd wife. had gono for the cream tho party II. I.. Williams nnd daughtor, Miss slipped out without paying Tor wlmt 1'ontl, who have boeu real sick, ure they had eaten. Now. I do not know Improving. but think that It Is In a way robbing Itev. Howies and Itov. Duty, of Mar tho dead." tlu, hold n very successful revival at O Hluo I'ohd last week. FULTON CIRCUIT COURT. There wero two ftiuernls nt llrowns Until Kuller'a Ailmr.. et nl.. I'ulln- - vllle, Sunday Judge lAiury, of near lllckmnn, nnd Jou Jennings, of tho tiff vs., her heirs and creditors. Notice la hereby given to the lower bottom. nt Until l.'nlli.r Unit tint uiulurslcu- Jess Anderson and Ieo Heather rvuiiiniuuinner nf tho Kulton Cir cuit Court, under nu order lu tho ly and qullo it number of others of above styled cause, will nttetui at ma the lower bottom, wero In llrowns ffi,. in l.'nltnii. Kv.. from the 19th vllle Monday. duy of August, l!)0l the date horeof Tlioro Is considerable tnlk among until tho Glu day of Hoptemuor, ivvv, to receive und hear proof of claims the citizens of this vicinity about .i.ai.i.1 unl.l llntli I'nllitr. nnil Hint having no place to hitch their horses nil clulms not presoutvd to hltn and when In lllckmnn In fact some have proven requireu uy law, wiuim uu specified time, will bo forovor barred. about decided to hitch elsowhere. J. 11. MLINKll, O Master Commissioner JUST A MINUTE. O Miss . Mabel and Master Edward Wo handle the celebrated Sanspa tho city. Maddox, of Fulton, are spending tbo rlcl Flour, and guaranteo every sack Whllo Hickman has on her "glad of It. Dottcrsworth & Prather. rngs"and everything Is favorable. It week hero the guests of their grandparents, W. J. Maddox and wlfo. Mr. Henry, who Is opening a now Is proposed to havo a program cover, Tho protracted meeting at Poplar If addition to lllckmnn, says they sell ing the entire dny a big blow-outone lot per minute when the snlo be you please and the move Is being Grove has closed, with several addl- strongly talked. Mayor Dillon, amonc tlons to tho church. Rov. Staley, of gins. others, tells us tbat ho Is heartily In Fulton, did the preaching and all Carl Schmidt and wife returned last making tho day one to bo his excellent sermons. night on the Stacker Leu from St. favor of temem tiered, and thinks It a good plan Cecil Shaw had his horso and buggy Louis and other points, after a ten to have a "red letter day" whllo wo stolen from tb,e church grounds nt days absonco. are at It. Poplar Grovo last Saturday night, but Mrs. Jno. Kuoerr has moved to It goes without saying that a few fortunately tho tamo was missed beCaruthersvllle, Mo., to mako hor fellows will object to thu whole profore church was over and they suchomo. She was a resident of this ceeding, and now Is a good time to ceeded In trailing thu horse to Walter city for many years. land them u good strong dose lu thu DcDow's farm, near Jordan, where It Frank Smith will leave next Tuos solar plexus. was located. The thief evidently Inday for Trenton, Tenu., where he will have the big guns flags, music tended to leavo the horse there until attend tho Fitzgerald & Clark school and fun Invito folks to como and tho next night as It was hidden In during tho 1009-1term. spend a day In tho Queen City of a cornfield. It Is thought that tho Hickman's base ball team left this Kentucky. Put thu'llvu ones lu thu guilty party will be arrested soon as morning for Milau, Tenu., to cross saddle, let the old town show her col- they havo obtained soma ovidenco bats with tho Milan team lu two ors and watch tbo knockers and against onu or two thought to bo match games. A. 11. Stono acconipan grunters hike to tho tall uncut. connected with thu affair. It you aro a pusher, bo nt tho Lyric led them us chaperon. 0 as the Presidential fleet approaches Harry Holcombo aud family left lust night on the Stacker Leo for Deorlug, Mo., where they will make their future home. Mr. Holcombo hat a position with tho Peering Mill Co. Friday afternoon. --O- Wu aro going to have a In this neck of thu woods. O waking-u- p Miss Lillian Maddox, who has been Mrs. L. D. Threlkeld has returned from Nashvlllo whero she has been attending her husband, who has Just undergone an operation for J. M. Hradshaw, who for theo past year has boon employed by tho Farmer's Qln and Grain Co., as buyer, has put chased a farm near Hives, Tenu., and wilt leavo Hickman lu tho near future. Mr. DradBhaw expects to go Into tho grain business In connection with his farm. There Is strong tnlk now of steps being tnkeu to procure a Hurnl Freo Delivery mall route from Hickman to Mabel, Ivy., nnd tho bottom country. Tho routo Is certainly needed bud enough. I'eoplo of tho lower end of tho county havo tho poorest mall fa- 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 lovers of music. Admission 25c and 35c. Officer Leo Carter and Ed Gholson captured tho thieves who broko Into tho Ellto Pressing Club at Fultou, Friday night nnd stole twenty pairs of pants and several coats. The are now In Jail. es KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. Frankfort Hanllnsburg Nlcholasvlllo August August Bopt. Sept. 313 313 dnya Hickman Furniture Go, ISCOKHiHAX,;,,. Thompklusvlllo Fern Crook Franklin llodKonvlllo MoutlccUo Qlasgow Sept. Sept. Sept. Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Hlchn n Sanders Kentucky Loulavlllo BcotUvtllo llodford Ulktou Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept, Oct. Oct. 13 16 days 15 days 14 days 23 duya 70 days 74 day day 84 days 84 days C days 1(5 3 12 73 tho state. And to think that thu President's boat will lie compelled to land In front of tho old coop used as a Leo HOY WATEItS Line warehouse, and have the eyeO sores In tbo Immediate vicinity us a The value of this year's cotton sample of our town. It tho fates wero halt Just theso old traps would crop la estimated to bo J700.000.000, days tho corn crop at J 050,000,000 and the lmvo been blown lu tho river long days wheat crop at $3,000,000. Now let us ugo. Its tho tackiest spot In Hick- days bear from tho lieu. cilities In huvlng purchased the O. K. Inun dry agency of Frank Smith, I wish to announce that I will callrfor and deliver your laundry lu any purt of the elty. Your patronage solicited and first clius work guaranteed. Agency at Nayolr's Hook Store. "SANSPARIEL" FLOUR "CREAM OF THE WHEAT" Sold by most grocers. Every sack or barrel positively guaranteed or your money back. Nothing equal to It for fine pastry. Take no substitute. A less expensive but good flour is our high grade patent "STAR." Try it I Also corn chops, wheat bran .etc. C. H. JACKSON, (Successor to Beshers & Jackson) NOSE BARKETT, Agent. Doings AT THE Employes to Found "Bungalow Town" qulsltlnn of property Is In Itself con siderable of an Innovation In Washington, but by for tho most novel feature of tho proposition lies In the 'building restrictions," In a majority of the newer suburbs assurnnco Is given to tho purchaser of each lot that tho character of tho section will always bo maintained by tho writing of a covenant Into his deed that each house built In tho vicinity shall cost not less than n stated number of thousands of dollars. In "Hungnlow Town" this proposltldn wlll'be exactly reversed, for It will be specifically provided that no bungalow shall cost In excess of $1,000. This will reduce tho maximum oxpcndlturo of each property holder to $2,000, becauso It will bo provided In the original subdivision that each bungalow must be surrounded by one ncro of ground Subsequently It will be permissible to further subdlvldo and build additional bungalows, although at no tlmo will the projectors of the enterprise permit n house to stand upon less than ant- half acre of ground. "nungalow Town" will make Its nearest Imitation to a sociological colony In Its purchases of supplies l sorts from the outsldo world. In tho first place there will be , of-al- 9 il rryi Chat on Topic of arjy Kinds, by a Rco3!n,.Tcd AuthorUv '' gave heram idea, i SICK Irlsfe nP. ' ,(r. carter's WIFIE foiln.-- i ""urn,,. --- uv. ti.t"'" - r i- -f T,:' Mill. . . . . oMALLPILL. SU1I CARTERS Ipiu-s- . HEFIIIC I Tl V Mf'ASHfNOTbN.AlthouRh not nt all IF Utopinn In any of their Ideas nor Intent upon carrying out a sociological experiment, n group of olllceholders In the capital, most of them government clerks,' has p'ructlcnlly complbted plans fur the execution of ono of tho most novel schemes' Id the history of ten I estate trading In tho capital. Tfcclr primary object Is to escape the burden of paying rent In the city' and to substitute suburbap life for urban life, and with this end In view they Intend 'to found a bungalow town'.' In which the limits of cost of nearly everything necessary to household upbuilding and maintenance will be heW to the Jowrat possible, level. Just where "nungalow Town" will beilocated has not yet been definitely determined, but It wll comprlso an area of 15 to 20 ncres, convenient to Mine of the suburban trolley lines. Thla land can noWbe secured at a cost not to exceed $1,000 an acre, and when It Is subdivided there will bd no effoit-tsecure profit upon the motley Invested, because the purchase will be dlst'nctly a affair, and each participant will bo cntltjod to his Ehaie of the Increased value of the land Incident to the placing of Imo 'In plements In Tais joining of Interests In the the section. ac- - will bo a determined effort to save In building by tho letting of contracts to build the Ilttlo homes In bloclis of two or more to each contract. Whqn "Dungalow Town" Is sot tied It Is proposed that the women folk shall join In the formation of a central purchasing committee so that fill fdrttis of food stuffs and supplies may be secured nt wholesale rotes. buying the lAnd and then there District of Columbia Seeks Lost Domain fulgnlfied -- v have Ia hands full session, Tbo,parMcU-la- r malter which will 'bo agitated will probably not disrupt the union, although It has been the subject of contention since the strife's got together'. "It" all cetno about through an Incipient Insurrection on the part of f the" District of Columbia, "citizen tfhey gqt up a dlnner;nt tho;Ne,w hotel In Washington and invited Resident Taft Then they "sprung It CONGRESS wlU Wll-Jard ( tion In 'the government; wanted r'ep; rosentatlon op the flobr'of the house and senate;' wasted a voice In electing the prcVldeh't and a few other little things'. President Taft told them that If they wanted little things like that the ought not to crowd their .demands Into social affairs. He suggested 'that It would be more to their credit If they started a movement to Bet back the slice of tho original District of Columbia, which a too generous congress, had given back to the state of Virginia. The citizens of tho district Jumped at the opportunity. They welcomed It It wns more entertaining than A campaign. It would he more acml-politic- On" hint .thaC.they .wanted representa- to ork for something which iivj "lib1" jusmj- - rcKuru ns ueiicucini tor their "municipality;" It might even bo regarded as patriotic Tho presl-densuggested-:tha- t 'they might iet fsprbo one, to ntrodu.co Si bill In con onng u anouL And It will cress-ibe Jomj. Hence, congress will havo. its hands full. That the getting back'of this chlv'al, j nun Kiii uijuuu is, spmewnai oi a ooi coal fir "shown ' by' the fact that the supreme court of (tho United States eroded passing on Us constitutionality, and congress, which has picked It up twice, has dropped It in two dlffore'nt ways. 'Fo"r the "Information- - of tholTo Interested U"mlght'le said that" this Vlr- gtala portion original. District of Columbia comprises' somo thirty oaa: square mlies. no VIoxandrla (CoUnty.iThe. cojutltutlon having called for a'pfot'ten njlles square," the balance, of tho district comprises some sixty odd squaro'rnries. The now part of Virginia. President Taft thinks, might to come back. That President Taft' was prophetic In his suggestion tho lost third should bc,.r,ccovered Is. generally .conceded. It Is felt that it wijl not be, long before this government will need It for varl- ous institutions. Already It has bought back part of It for Arlington National t of.-th- o one-thir- d with lemonde, put on tho caps, stick Thoro are "novelties In entertain In tho straws and they nro ready to mcnt" nt tho seashore ns well ns In servo. town, and this schemo of nN'ow Jersey Tor n centerpiece have a tiny tent, girl Is on thnt "took" wonderfully with miniature animals In a procesTho affair was held on tho broad nlnz sion. At each child's pinto have n xa surrounding tho house that faced won tent nf tuinnr. n flnr nn II a ccl0 Dealer Hore la a cyclometer tho grand old ocean. rnll fento of opera sticks around It cnn rccommond. It Is positively nc- Tho Invitations were for n "bottle" Under each tent have salted peanuts. party; ench guest was requested to Havo striped japer bags filled with curato: not nt all llko soma cyclomo- which register two miles, pcr bring a bdttlo (empty) nhy slzo or popcorn and tho small guests will Mi who ro you havo only ridden one, shape. Of courso every ooorvvnndcrcd perfectly delighted with tho "circus do Ilyko You haven't any ot whnt tho result would ho when tho party. that kind, havo you? motley collection of bottles nttnenred on the tnblo waiting to reed vo thorn. A Potato Supptr, For Colds and Orion C nilrllnA After a fow momenta spent In spec Church supers havo been and nroli- ulating ns to the future of "thoso bot ably always will bo a commercial as tles," tho hostess brought 'In yard set In raising money. A "ladles' aid rvtni.nM. eur. th. ' IJquM-i:fr- Mi lengths of crer paper of many colors, society Issued these catchy vita- ImmatiiiSlia cotton, plpg, pdds and ends .of'rlbbon, tlons, which wero printed In red on 54 and Ma at Drue Utorca. etc., and requested each g(lcs to se common brown wrapping pnpor and Or HAPPINESS, lect a bottle and transform It Into a scattered broadcast In tho hotels and TUP ' doll; thoro wns a supply of corks to boarding houses of tho seashoro rr- use In forming heads, which wrro cov sort, where summer visitors helped Unselfishness In Life Is th OneTqlng ered with' cotton.' out largely In furnishing tho whereTnai win Traniform All Things to Qold. A half hour wasallowod to finish withal to run tho Ilttlo church during these creations; prizes were awnrded the long nine months of winter. I Tho moment wo art ahoqt the task fpr the best, worst and funniest give tho Invitation so that our readers Next tho hostess passed' cards with may cut It out for future use, as the oi .mining every nunutn' being we pencils attached, nnmbcred from 1 to schemo Is adaptable for any tlmo or I r?lm in .contact with betfer for know log us more cheerful, 'more courage- 10; the guests were taken fntaa room place: ous, and with greater faith in the In which stood 20 bottle's, each bear A soclabln nxt Irtity nUhtt , .k a. n ing a tag numbered' from'l tdio. Ixik 1own Ixlow. nrt (hfn ritht, r i n n uw n r rin.. uu Ml.. ... . .. LliU-- . 'l . .1.1.1 v liiai. i paper concealed tho contents of Ami you"1ll in Dm we t iij-norgin 10 attain mo inira pur In KhcMih Innituaic wrtllrn tlirro: inwe ot mo porsonal happlmtss, tho bottles, which were pill sUe up to POTATOKH Would you pos.es. tho magic secr,t gallpns. Ono "sniff or "whir was TOTATOK8 HOT. POTATOBfl COt.l. NHW. POTATOKH Ol.n. of th alchemut which Uabsforms all permitted, then tho supposed contents Bomn wo Ixtll ami some wn'll baka, wero written dqwn opposite' the num- Ami somo ktv In a hot loaf-caIt Is unselfishness or, to use a bet- ber on tho card. aim w II frrpar In llrhf air. ter word, selflessness, Mvcndnr sails, bottles of Tolnmn. Andbrown rrnnarltraIna grlilll-eaksomo tnnko an Ho who mica forth hnf nrvir. I,.ln. . and sachets were 'given ns prizes. As hlce as any Krineh cook mako. alwava kind. nJwnra holnfnl In lit. . Tho next test was very pretty. Kach And thn ilafarrt fer wish gu4st was blindfolded ami 'led around Wfi tll irrpara aomo dainty dtali. tie dally events of life, will find all knu. skies tinted with gold, all his nights) tbo room In which flowora.,wcro ar "Pit for th cdi." ru'll think. Thmisli tmil)r mad tit potato. set with stars, and unexpected flowers ranged in vases on mantcLand tables. Thf l U to txt alvcn of pleasure springing up In his path The ono who recognized tho most flow- Jlrtvrcrn lh hours of four and Mvrn. way. Hall nxt l"rWy nlsht. ers by tho odor received a .handsome At And all his tears shall turn Into nosegay surrounded by ;a. frill of lace And on ami all w hfrm lnllfi It aura In com: don't b afraM paper. rour pMience wlll-'TIDIKJl AID." Atulles. Urooklyn Eaglo. The refreshments consisted of flow MAIIAMU MMnill. Severe. er forms made In Icos" hmtl creams Sitnuel Gompcrs was talking In the with dnfnty little cakqa., ornamented smoKcroora ot tno name about a rewith candled rose nnil violoVleave.i, cent newspaper attack on a rich cor An Unique "Party. r. ( . . . "HI 1C I finer . . I r.. r ..'I tun.. .. sail hm a uii" Tr., . . '. srwr TUl7T'rTUPtifk..j . I. ,L.. nut, RE IW ' TMr limrru .. lrtillj cnt d.. 0n!!:r"! M Vel-lo- t. ., . - l . t,jurnjuwim J;- !-. CATARRH THE EYES L,l ...I I " . m "Itlll-oM-'a- man n. I "" l . nnnjrurairfln. 'rmt.l ii.Tl. . . - , . p u&tZi ikl I I f3,''' j F ZY . on postpaid it fa" LARGE SAMPLE FRFFI "w- - the.ho IIK . Aid Klaht Aa.U.i t,.i.. Al the recent eg ct ti . - ,uu cr' For a Children's Party. There havo been so many requests for a children's partystiat Pbavo raadn a special effort to get these pretty Ideas for decorations; fcolftufsuru that mothers could adapt for their own uso tho schemes suggested. Clown, cakes will be much appreciated' by" youthful guests; bako a simple cake mixture In small round muffin pans. Frost some' with ahlte, some with chocolate, making eyes, noso and mouth of contrasting color. Around each put tiny frills of colored crepo paper and tho cakes will look llko funny face beneath Ilttlo bon nets. , With theso servo clri-u- t lemonade. Tako large smooth skinned lemons, cut off ond cid, hollow, out and placo In. Ico water. Cut oft black court plaster eyes, noso and mouth, dry tho shells and paste theso on In ns grotesque a manner as possible. Then mako Ilttlo dunco caps ot red and white stilt paper, leaving a nolo at the top to rcculvo a straw; nil tho cups cemetery, Fort Myer and other projects. And as soon ns the beautifying of the north side of the Potomac river Is finished eyes will be cast to tho oilier sndro with a view to making It ess unsignuy. Small Garments poration. "It was a cruel attack," Mr. Oom jwrs chuckled. "It was as cruel aa the Jontsvllle Clarion's paragraph about old Deacon Hiram Ludlow. fjijllsh shoes are highly arched, ' This paragraph headed tho Striped effects rulo supreme In ion's obituary column. It said: Clar skirting. "'Deacon Hiram Ludlow of Krlshle Many summer coats are lined with township, aged S3, passed peacefully shantung. away "on Thursday last from single Sequins play a Icadng part In Jan blessedness to matrimonial bliss after decoration. a short bu sovcro attack by Maria Military straps are among the popu- lilgp.lns, a blooming widow of 37 sum lar sleeve trimmings. tiers.'" Detroit Journal Tbo white laco veil Is more widely wprn than any other. The Newer Way. Hats aro larger now than they will Many Ideas In regard to women be later In the seaspn. oavo entirely changed, and among Mohair is tho .favorite material tor tho bettrr and wiser changes Is that automobllo dust coats. old thought thnt tho women who I'ongce hats, matching pongee cos were given to good works roust needs tumes, aro smart Just now. bo dowdy. It Is undenlablo that Walking costumes are a bit sevens' "good" women used to wear dowdl- with little trimming. nee as a sort of hall mark of virLinen frocks with short skirts are tue. As a matter of fact, dowdlness popular for street wear. Is merely a mark of bad taito and a "Linden." a creamy yellow green. Is sign of somo lack In tho mind. Woma leading shade In new dresses. en aro do longer lacking In the wisdom that chooses pretty rather than ugly clothing, and those who do not mako tho best of their appearance aro losing a golden opportunity ot giving o!casuro. Getting at the Root, ftilr. I'atlcnt Oh, doctor.. I'm posi tively all rua down and I'm so miser able, I havo that tired footing all the tlmo. I'liyslclnn No doubt Let tno sco you tongue Cleveland Leader, , ' When a splstor marries a man who Its already bald, sho doein't get all that sho Is entitled to. in foquc in Atlanta, Oa, It u df:.ta tiii. ti tt.- - , losls 11.200000 nc.-l- a of f' ' Th l.lll ,..1... I. . ;i ui iu raiu a. United States and dull tSJ the vacant spores ea tletr 1M , , i . .. man, iu jiirTrnt iaa cwl sumption. The Poster rrlnterf elation has alio rnnifJ tin worin oi pnnnnj sad fiftt lot work. This entire csErtta of board publicity will be ccaisct! der the dlrrction of tbe .SYJou! .n elation. They Wert Good Methtn. . ..t r ... r. . , nni c svinr innr m inn-in- i develop all her r "tr I1 tics, that she may better r--l KrtS gencrstija. servo tho next ton raised itven uvsEEoalj in uji u and handsome cb mlror nf hri and Iht ct .Ittia Julia Ward Howe tt;' ; U tti r I 1 T: .a hu ta cr as tho ben " w or tLo txM. Well, Whitt ? Retirement of Wilson Is Intimated vi ' I I."ir1 In .,,u - wmv-c- r v .into Its permanent form and membership Is tho opinion entertained now, It Is strongly believed by those who havo looked' into tho situation of late that there will bo one change In the THAT the Taft officialto family will be rounded about January ",;wlilch will tako out of that body the veteran. Secretary Wilson. Ho has been a cabinet member longer than any other man ever wns In this countrylonger, indeed, It Is said, than anybody ever was continuously In a responsible government. With his retirement Mr. Meyer of tho navy wilt he the only remaining representative of .the Roosevelt cabinet. cabinet about tho turn'of the year, ministration Secretary Wilson and secretary of Jh.Q Interior Ilalllnger nau a snarp aisngreement, which al one time looked llko an Impasse. I' was slispcctod that one or tho qthci of them would rctlrtf. President Taft smoothed over the differences, only to have them break out at a new place, and now. In this last entanglement. air. uauinger tins won his point. It related to tho Jurisdiction oyer forests wUhln Indian reservations, and Mr, nalllnger gets the jurisdiction, taking, It away from tho agricultural department's bureau of forestry. It Is known certainly that close friends of ono man who la a likely aspirant for the Wilson scat at the cabinet table havo been Informed that there Is altogether likely to bo a change, and that tho work of getting support organized Is quietly on In of this man. He is Representative Charles F. Scott of Kansas, chair-maof the house commltjeo on bo-ha- lf n mo new an tt Tunic for Bay from 4 to 6 A Years. C'ri 'romlOloJI Years 0 "I'a!" juudui. irdiu i..v ask mo another QJ'i' "Aw. toil ona E3fe keep still." "Well, what II lint Is s IB' - tiO It" IIHUIIUU A Green Ont. wDo you look for oei a t i. u in th snnnirr -No, In the ob!tuartfi"-u- -- c cut Ready Cooked. The crisp, brown flakes of yBj VtVjI Dress for Ctrl frooi S to 10 Years. W Post . . Willow Farm Conducted by Uncle Sam iTjNE qf the many activities .of tho departmeut of agriculture, ot Is the conduct of a wjllow Jar in. The purpose of the department ;' 'la to encourage wlllowcraff, an Indus-"try 'little followed In thla country, but ""'v'e'xteiislvely practiced Europe, In '' TfAre, billow Is largely employed In the ranking of baskets and furniture. When the reclamation of Potomac Park from the Hats and shallows of the Potomac river at Washington bad . ' J n 7 proceoded far enough tho engineering department planted Lorabordy poplars and willows along the retaining walls. These willows sprpad over many acres of the land that had ben dredged from the river bottoms. The north western half of this reclaimed Jand has been beautified with driveways, lawns and flower plots, but the Improvement of the southern part has not been begun. The department of agriculture secured the uso of this land as an experimental farm. TlTe growth of tho willow trtes probably suggested the utility ot promoting wlllowcraft la tho United States and cuttlugH from many specles'ot willows (th'ero' are 170) were set out In nursery form, tho depart incut has a willow plantation of uiany acres' extent To-da- y Toasties . . slmplo Ilttlo tunic might bo from Four to Six Ycnrs.-T- hls TUNIC,for Holland, drill, or linen; either would be, sultahlo nnd seasonable; plain, fastens down tho front, and has a turned-dowcollar- - a leather belt Is worn just below the waist. Materials required: Two yards iz Inches, wldo. Dress for Girl from Klght to Ten Yoars. Cherry red eashtnf.r la for this dress; tho skirt Is trimmed at the foot by thrco email tucks. Tho blouse, which rosemblos tho sailor stylo, has tho upper nart cut In. n iinn.,i yoke, nnd. th luwur tucked and set to It; tho tucks aro only stitched down two inch do; Via slqevts Is tucked a tow inches at both onds and la sot to a tucked wrist band. A Bailor cOllnr of spotted drill is worn; tho tto mntchoa It. -- yj yurus casauiero m incneu wldo. Aiaisnois requirvus Drcsa for ulrl from Ten to Twolve Years. This dalutv llttln ilra. in in whltu lawu; the skirt Is gathered aUttiu waist and U trimmed at the foot by two rows of Valenciennes Insertion:' the Iodic hua a vest nnil aimivX. I .. ..ly.wt Ifllun n,wl tH.ll.H,iM U( I Hlir, .A. l .. . i 1. Uklv-,1. in! rlllA. f.l ,v. miuiiiMlVIflllQ JIIUVS OI. tllO iii,iviuu hodlco aro plain lawn, so aro tbo epaulettes, but thoy ore edged with Insertion and lace, Materials required; Five yards lawn 42 Inches wldo dozen iusurtlou. 1 yards lucu. Hoy a r ni.i i.nmc rn tun irAb o. pun- - rinrnv. .7 "le package no bother! HO delay. . f.. nn 1 tir c.at,ut "o -- n'cht ' u.i Tlicy have body tooj these Post Toasties arc firroen to give you a delicious substantial mouthful before they away. "The Taste Lingers." Sold Grocers. LIMITED. U n...l - li Made by POSTUM CEREAL CO., BATTLE CRGGK, niCJilOAN. 30Y AERONAUT If! F06 CRYIffQ NEED, AS HE SEES IT. fj.rHpTDe'0',,,n8 0n' m STRANDED IN SWAMP makes wcV. weary, h'r t. Companlan of Irritated Divines Csme to the Front with Order to the Walter. What is Castoria. harmlosa Bnlstltuto for Castor Oil, Parogorio, Drops sad " !.. Ti- jr. Ti. I! i. uuubuiiig ujiujjBs la jjiuuauuu. j.u uuiiiUwa uuimur ujjiuui ir.1.!ri nnl. j iiauijuiuu uuj. othor Narcotio substancos Its ago Is its guarontcos It destroys Worms and allays Povorialmoss. It cures Diarrhroa and Wind Oolio. It rcliove3 Toothing Troubles, curc8 Constipation and Platnlcnoy. It acsimilatcs tho Food, regulates tho Stomaoli and Bowols, giving hoalthy and natural gloep. Tho children's Panaco Thf Mothor's Priond. Tho Kind Tou Havo .Always Bought, "and which has boon in uso for oror 30 yoars, has borno tho signature of 0ha3. H. Plotchor, and has boon mado under his porsonal supervision sinco its infancy.' .Allow no ono to decoivo you in this " aro but Exporimonts that trifle witlr All Counterfeits, Imitations and " and ondangor tho health of Infants and Ohildron--Exporionagainst Exporimonts "ASTOETA la ClnnfViSrir SI""" i. nervousness, Un- - ftTRUQQl.ES THREE HOUII3 TO ES- nmkn women CAPE DROWNINQ ANO DIStnuU ml"-r- ', CARDS MOST OF CLOTHINQ. cure Mm. 8. n. H. ftrin. Now Ycrk. flnlllnff thrmieh thn nlf 1!eon, N Ilroftdwny, "Kid. enveloped la an Itnponctrnblo fog no Mo.. nays: lost his trouble wore me uenso mat no completely doin till I l'A'l to take bearings, Frnnk W. Ooodnlc, tho To . r had terrible ledo bar aeronaut, was stranded on -13 uvu( in mr bodr nnd tho Jersey meadows tho other after-noowas and almost drowned In a marshy Itir.bs and tlio urlno a pot near Klngalnnd, whore ha- and annrylng anaiuuoi lment I icot worse and in niacinno landed. Placarding his clnthlnc nnd dls- mantling hi innchlno. thnt progress .. ...ri nnil now I might bo easier, Ooodnle, though absou'-:L- rf lutely lEnnrnnt of hla wherpnbotita. health M iv...'a- HnM did heroic work lor three houra nnd ISO name .k,r by sheer grit and energy managed to rente a wji. La-ma- r, n - ,oB.j,. said: Joaquin Miller Is to establish a colony of poets In Prultvnto, Cal. Mr. Miller, discussing this colony recently, Wo poets will, of ccurse, arguo nnd squabble. That will bo delightful. Arguments and squabbles oyer Matthew Arnold, Swlnburno, Tenny son, and Keats aro pleasant and sen sible things, you know. Tlioy nro not llko political or religious arguments, which In tholr bitter rancor al ways mako me think of three Maine a Omnmn - dlrlnes. " GOT HIM1 While threo Maine dlrlnes wero n supping together, two of them to arguo about tho comparatlvo religious merit of tho royal houses of Stuart nnd Orange Tho argument beenmo heated. Tho divines grow ex-- . cited and angry. "William III. was a great rascal,' roared tho first, as ho struck the table with his fist. 'A grcnt rascal, nnd I spit upon his memory!' "Tho second divine turning very red, shouted: "No, It's James II. that was tho rascal. I spit upon his memory!' "At this point tho third dlvlno rang tho bell, and said gently to tho waiter "Spittoons for two, plcaso. bo-gn- Juot-as-go- od co Letters from Prominent Physicians! iii yJ I I rt-- .jf. 'ii'l-Thank kwJ - J, If 17 til If II U V J.1I I III n A i PROPOSAL Th. roan I marry raun i heaven wehavoroetl 1 .ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AVcStlaLIVrpanfbnla-As-l 5imtuuiQaetD0d3fUR 'rf ireat believer In realism," irked tbe port e queried with a rising thereby "" blta the desired Orllilt. a a In-it- lionetlnes carry my Ideas of " un tj a rtJicuious .1 I - . - f Inanely, exclaimed i.wd e .ivni in reach' the Dolut IYomofes DisttonflwifiH ncss and i&txontaMSKiw Mr. Hardup Good morning, Miss abcml Thcro Is somo- Aushtumn thing I havo been wishing to ask you for somo time, but cr tho fact Is, I haven't been nblo to screw up enough courage to cr como to tho point. Old Htrolc Work for Three Hours. Miss Aughtumn A proposal at last! Mr. Hardup Could you, my dear propel his dying maeblno several you lend me over marshlands and streams, Miss Aughtumn could miles Kings. Ovo dollars? until hn eventually leached land, where bo collapsed and was at IN AGONY WITH ECZEMA. tended by a physician. Good ato has been exhibiting at an amusement park for several weeks Whole Body a Mass of --Raw, Bleeding, Hoped ueatn Torturing Humor and his engagement ended there on Would End Fearful Suffering. Ho was the day of his adventure. tnld to appear tho next day at Hill In Despair; Cured by CuUcura. aide park, near Ilellevtlle, on the outGoodale deter of Newark. skirts "Words cannot describe tho terrible mined to fly the eight miles between with. It broko out the two parks. Ho got away from the ecxema I suffered kept spreading until amusement pnrk about 4:30 o clock on my head and my I whole body. After five minutes of flight Ooodalo It covered ran Into a denso fog. and In the was almost a solid mass of sores from gloom lost his wny. He directed his head to foot. I looked mora llko be machine close to tho earth, and found piece of raw beef than a human Tho pain and agony endured himself near Homestead. N. , where ing. bear. Blood he Inquired of several men thn direc Boomed more than I couldgreat sore oa tion of Newark. Ther shouted to him and pus oozed from tho my that he was headed In the right di my scalp, from under my finger nails, My body. He encountered deme gloom and nearly all over rection. cars wero so crusted and swollen I again and rightly determined that he off. was passing over the Jersey meadows. waa afraid they would break my fell out. The fog and dampness deflated the Every hair Indown, head my clothes for gas of (loodale'a machine, and It be could sot sit gan to sink. Then, without warning, would stick to tho raw and bleeding making; mo cry out from tho the engine stopped and Roodalo and .flesh, his nlrshtp descended violently on the pain. My family doctor did nil ho could, but 1 got worso and worse My marsh land. not think Ooodale said afterwards that ho condition was awful. I did could Ilvo, and wanted death to In the mud and water up to his I aank waist, and only by the exerclso of all como and end my frightful sufferings. "In this condition my mother-in-lahis strength was he nble to save him begged mo to try tho Cuttcura RemHa drew him self from drowning. I would, but bad no hope self up on tho airship, cast off his leg' edies. I said resings, shoes and clothing until be was of recovery. Hut oh, what blessed lief I experienced after applying CuUall but dlarobed. cura Ointment It cooled tho bleeding WHALE SWIMS OFF WITH BOAT and itching flesh and brought mo the first real sleep I had had In weeks. It as grateful as Ico to a burning Couple Are Rescued was tongue. I would b.alho with warm After Exciting Chaie of Twenwater and Cutlcura Soap, then apply ty Miles. tho Ointment freely. I also took Cutlcura Jlesolvcnt for tho blood. In a Seattle. Wash. Mrs. and Mrs, short time tho sores stopped running, Creenleaf, who has been spend tho flesh began to heal, and I knew" I John Ins; their honeymoon living In n house was to get well again. Then tho hair boat, were given a fast rldo of 20 on my bead began to grow, and In a whnlo short Umo I waa completely miles behind a young cured. near I'ort Angeles. I wlh I could tell overybody who has Tho houseboat was erected on n eczema to uso Cutlcura. Mrs. Wm. float mado of eight logs, each SO feet Hunt, 135 Thomas St, Newark, N. long and fully a foot thick,. Tho boat Sept 28. 1308." waa securely anchored In a llttlo covo H4Ur Dnt iTCbtia. Cans Bui Props, DotfoiL by two heavy cabloH. To prevent Us 'Delightfully So . . breaking sway In case of storm "I never liked Shakcspearo until I chains were hung from tho logs to nn saw .you play 'Hamlet,' ,"'1 chore burled In tho sandy bench. "And you" llko It uowr . H Is believed tho whnlo wns playing "Vou,je$ I do." night' In tho covo and, coming It "Andvhy do you llko Shakespeare up under tho float, became tangled In ) aecliiff mo In 'Hamlet? H loose, nnchor chains. Vnnblo to after tho "Shakespeare Is so different!" frco himself, the big flth set tho. heavy r Ask Your Druggist for Allan's Foot.Easa. float careening until the cables parted. recent"I trlid ALLKN'S A little after sunrlso fishermen saw and ilmvi Just bought another tho float' and tho houseboat swaying ly, haa ourcl my corns, and the hot uppy.s burn-InIt as' If It wero by an earthquake. Then and Itelilnir atnsatlon In my feet wlilbh Kit started for tho ocean, was almost unbearable, and I would not thn raft and Mrs. Y. J. Walker, It tho fishermen' wero unaware tho boat be wlthqut J."now. by all DrusglsU. Sold Camdun, N. wns occupied until they saw the The Exempts. frightened groom nnd his brldo cling"Why aro all women ro anxious to desperately to tho sides of the Sng They cried out for help and get rldLOf freckles?" but these "Somo of thom'nren't; thu flxherm'on headed their launch to don't have freckles." wnrd tho rapidly dlsapeparlng float nnd followed at full speed. Seeks the Man., About twenty miles out In tho strait Tommy Pop, what Is the office or Juan do kucu tno noat enme to a standstill. The fishermen soon cams that seeks tho man? tax'offlco, my Tommy's Pop Tho tip and rescued Orecnleaf and hla son. Philadelphia Record. wife. Tho vhnlo, barely thirty feet long, Our mistakes of yesterduy are rebud bqrouio pinched between two logs sponsible for our worries of and was ueau. J-Newly-Married . I, FOOT-EA8B ; oxiit, Opiunt Jorphinc rnrMacnU V 1 T Alt bUIIL. MavtifoUDcSRazmm fUwJjo - in, . .. nlher nnf in ins caa.com. maila thn meter th nt. tcuic Your Salary. - trriB can erery man in ma i .mllM II amll .i tinnn 3 I vwvv if .i.i fmvn vnil will t. . If mi alnr vnil will Istl'.fd Into gay company; If you 'ct tc-- j will bo entertained by 'tkri and If you loe the world t MnM'r ieck for tho coou mat ih.rr n r:u lll bo surrounded by ritr Irlenda, and nature will pour a ji-;-r lap the treasures of the Apafect Remedy forCbBslfft-- Dlattner, of Dnffalo, N. Y., Baysr "Tour Castoria la gooJ lor children and I frequently, prescribe It, always obtaining: tho desired results." fiaro ttsed Dr. GusIato risencr&obor, bt Bf. Paul, Minn., taysr your Castoria repeatedly in my practlco with good results, and can rocom mead It as an excellent, mild and harmless remedy for children." Cr. n. 3. DennU, of EL Louis, Mo, says: "I havo used and prescribed your Castoria in xay sanitarium, and outs Mo practlco for a number of ycara and find It to bo aa excellent remedy or children." Dr. a. A. Buchanan, of Philadelphia, Pa, says: "I have used your Cae torla la the case ct ny own baby and find it pleasant to take, and hava obtained excellent results from its uso." DrJ. C. Simpson, cf Chicago, I1L, eaysr "I havo ttsed your Castoria la) cases of colic la children and havo found it tho best modlclno of its kind on the market" Dr. It E. Esklldson, ct Omaha, Noli, says: I find your Castoria to be a standard family remedy. It la tho best thins for Infants and children 1 hare ever known and I recommend it" Dr. Ii. It Kobinson, of Kansas City, Mo, says:' "Your Castoria certainly, has merit Is not Its ago. Its continued uso by mothers through all thesa years, and Iho many attempts to lmltato It sufficient rccommecdatloat What can a physician add? Lcavo It to tho mothers." Dr. Edwin F. Pardee, of New York City, sys: 'Tor several years I have, recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so, as It haa Invariably produced beneficial results." Dr. N. D. Slier, of Brooklyn, N. Y, saysr "I object to what are called patent medicines, where maker alono knows what Ingredients are put la. them, but I know, the formula of your Castoria and. ad visa lU.ase,", TJr. r. Gerald 'addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.1 1 . lion , sour siuiBdLiuuMB TuSiaSe Stjnantri WonnsjLom'UlsionsJOTnsa- genuine' .. ncss cndLOSS OF meet. 9 Kaafa f ha CASTORIA always NitmafnTA sir of RriffSER'iD 'Guaranteed under the Exact Copy of Wrapper. r Cttiztr crltlae and hate, and N. W The Kind You Have Always Bought Innti Use For rrOverSTMrr. iiraToaaeiTy. 30 Years. cinTMjuMMMirr, sraiuu tA hi rnur frllow men. Look at the Names. It 4 A I). IVarilJIiach nonfnihtm THOSE NEW HATS. rrnirr. rimrnniin r inn. wnu whb riru iu a 111111141 ihiu u riukuwuw hudh, 'the prlnco with the white llloldiwoJhala a bs one ivaa nna of the r i nai If you want soundness, flavor and weight in your in innrniipinsn the monks cowL New York Turnips and Rutabagas "Coma Into the parden, Maud," KreJ. Raid facetlous-mlnde- d "What's the user' aald Maudle-- "I on my bead." hava It Rough onRatfjUnbeataDleextermlnator rtough on lien Lice, Nest Fowdcr, 25c Rough onQedbugs,FowderorLlq'd,25c. Rough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid. 25. Rough oaRoachcs, Pow'd, 15c,Llq'd,25c. Rough on Moth and Ants. Powder, 25c. Rough on Skecters.agrccablotottse.25c. B.S. Wells. Chemist Jersey Clty.N. J. , An Arglve Cowherd. Argus was boasting of his 100 eyes. GO pairs of "Think of putting on goggles when you want to motor!" ' wo cried. TVhy And Ma Fainted. did iho refuse your the boy replied between w see that your commercial fertilizer contains the right re amount of Potash and get them. Root crops it to get best results, and we' can prove that h Potash Pays Voarcemmerclsl fertilizer demands attract 8 per cent, of rola.b lot these crops. Ef err 2 lbv of Polish sdded to ecb 100 Ibi.c! Icrllllicr Increases the PoU.h total 1 per cent. Stndftr Ltttrxturt abtvtsail. mft. manurtl andfcriil-tursttmftua ty txfertl. AiatUtt tn re qui it llVta Ull WOtU. AUaata. U. 12:4 CaaStr, Rtf. CUcito, BsuitKI llott lnlsrt,n Sistaa It Wril, hli a V nn.ivi a14 v a vv - - t'tiHu; mil-- v inufiia aa n (a iiaii uuu iu lie lrt. 3 hli tT!flfhlPba tck I H fna t.t aitv Ikaaa v iI vw nut tb!i afternoon alio was atlll , aa IVQOn With fnilP nf r If'h BAD ann iL'.H inuu.; uiuuo. .ltn. .nrtflM. fllt.. -- DREAMS Caused by Coffee. I A Certain Cure for sore.Weak MTe been v,v. - " f U L11 t ... '"".j j uml ' . S nnii irrllnliln nni . wuiu noi Bieep at night for 11 1 1 a rafrwt HnVni. nr. tan rcmeiniicr. un. .ui.ia a(u i uecamo more iuvu i 1 1)M - uisiurucu oy urenme tt guecica or uistrcse- - Try Hicks' Capudlne. Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or Nervous troubles, tho nehes nro aperdtly relieved by Capudlne. It's IJquld pleasant t a. take KfTecU. Immediately. 10, 21 and toe- at Drut Btorev For Headache - MITCHELL'S MAKES THE USE OF DRUGS UHNEttSSARYi IS 0T a Inflamed Eyes. SALVE Pflce.25 Cents.?zyffij after llivirlnn- - ll, ...,.l i. .. nll - teArn lieu. .. . " una ' ' .mrif.iii.in.1 ""V ... . i - 1 1.1 "Is tho man you recommended to us capable of gr.od head work?" "Well, bo's a barber." Tho mere fact that a man doesn't call yon n liar Is no reason that he doesn't think you aro one. Dr. Diggers Huckleberry Cordial Will convince the mot skeptical when It cornea to curing Diarrhoea. Dysentery, ChlldrenTeething.etc.McandSOcpcr' bottle. You, a river, are contending with the ocean. Latin roarMi xmitMlrd wtlta the lining uf thsbnw.la. Wlurn Inliati--J dlarrhra. cnaipL have ' Ought to De. -- ,.m. DU 1 KUL naa it marfn tricii IIVUUIV. UNIVERSITVo 'kDVIl mt New TULANE Is Your Health LOUISIANA MEW ORLEAM S. CXAldtiBAA, I lilt. llCQt m v 1,1, ii v . UU cui" ",u f(f 4 ... '.: Rreal I W8 la sloen neacefnll saiisracuon. nn.i .wont. 17 UTm.. 1 WII .... - H.WU. LU fiaaiil.ai, u r..:. .' r' .1 tlfe's IJnequal Combat. Tttlafw I'alwvJtT U 3 h slewlMMta, t lartted te U Nim lVvrtsaeti OfltM. U swijfatks tf tit &"Mk lermlr thm ksnUtat. Ulcr (totsWUMsta, aUskMr Ui ejiaiswM, librna, u4 Muaruspja, iTeaJl Counei ar offerW tm ArltovturH Art Uw, MeO, Worth 10c? That's what it costs to Ret a wctk'a treatment of CASCARETS. .They do mon for you than any meoicine on Earth. Sickness generally shows and starts first in the Bowels and Liver; CASCARETS cure these ills. It's so easy to try why not start tonight and have help in the morning? CASCARRTS cbiM .i. nl"n n01 nPProciaw 8 U I" ana . . ciwsc, sktUfiam. Ufu OwUr ZapaTint. UU. TUmcft ual DMiiatrr, f(ttt tkrMtlSMfll I WtMMN. ElMMI b. V hitweaMHlaUVijw1sBMU,tscpt Of is4- LupiM, kliNi mm - feJysHiaae tL W4 O. IN)lr Wvts Wt IK, 4W4 AJJieesa, SL. aivrr, osanaiy, "PeoDln C,?!.,low5r;ul "a lyslfin iT Demit Mln. i of tiutnJ rn.. uu . or and TI1K FINKIjT F.UIUIO Pln, Wbaut.r tlMCui, Uk. Ploklllr ll'.rrj Iktii), Tho man who docs his best ran trust tho world to do Its part .. . i it. luc' a,u' .naraiy B,UI0" as soon think in a lire after .. Shave Yourself NO IIONINC NO STROPPING la the woild. Million boxes a moaUi. TENNESSEE COLLEGE (For Womeo) hw ll.isjriiMl liulMlusr. UatreiaitDia Vliut liriUi(ulcUliift krutlaa lDnie?nc tm4 kevuesisonXuriai. Trsltiel nsr. culture), r acuity ol w, ludlf lauai sucmuou. mm b7lmi onslieltnaiTMr. KorL'tftltW,4tirMMtsJ bumit,ltc4 vrJ.lt UurnU,Uea. Mjr. ClliUurfiMLK)n,TiiAt ITarvlaoiiist Uttiea. 1 toe a box for a week's treatment, all drug alsts. Iiiggest seller got1 . Mr. Vtrinstow Foothlnn Symn. rorebllJt.a Uctainf. sofuu tbt aunt, radar. wUJculla. UcstwlU. &iiAj.ji&ia.cur Time will tell unless tho gossips beat It under tho wire. I KNOWN TJIK WORLD ,0TR 09. C05ldB,i Ve .77 , h " ra rv, Read "ni. ti.. . 'uT. n ri Use for Empty Sirup Darrels. havo discovered Kuropeans that American klrun barrels, once used, .,loaJ ..." WollvlHo," lit 'nro betior than now otios. They are . ,0 used especially for tho pickling of ason. "lioie Irllrrf A n m meat nnd If of lurd wood, eeii Iu ..." ,lm? lull ' t "wwaai the I'nlted Stutes, briut; better prlciff ""u ,onB UU10 " nn We ns ,0"B 08 uSeil coCro0 Bnd be- 1,ogtu'u nnd la now per- Urs for UPIl'h." '" W. N. U., MEMPHIS, UtmictMwlth NO. orvejva.UMi Thompson's Eye Water l"" 14 " tu7 Beoauso of tho ugly, grizzly, grny halra. Uso "LA CREOLE" HAIR flKSTORER.o PRICC, WJ.OO, rotall. Does not Color the Hair InrroelloMt Sulphur. )rtrtr Stmt I hi I ciute iliihlmfl and filllns hair Cum ranhtt and rrurllont ef KIS Glycerin. So.)l hint twiHna. fnoj In I (it hilfulM. Qulnln. A ron lonk. ntltep" ilkmihnt. Sodium Chlorid. O.ar.iii'4. uit Irrilalkin of ictp. Captlium. Incmvn MihH nf claeJ Snt. Stimulant. tonk. lemtkrneJvnMUtinmlt. Water. Perfume. Stimulant. antlMpflc Alcohol. of Ayrr'n Hull- - Vlnor A happy family is but an earlier , heaven. o Show this formul.1 to your uW tor. Auk lilm If there lia lnlc Injurious InRrcdlcnt. prepaAik him If he think Aytr I Inlr Vltfrr. m m.ulc from lhl formula, I the h rf..r ilitulniff. Let him deckle. He Know. ration you could mc for (!. . lt GOOD, OH.ESA.lVr There never was a woman but was just aching to tell some other woman how to do up her hair. o The reason why women do not propose is supposed to be uue to the fact that they wnnt to have the last word. O KENTUCKY COAL Delivered anywhere in the city at It year is worth a thousand dollars to hive the habit of loolcint on O the bright side of things It is just as wicked to Indulge in mental profanity as to swear right out loud, and much more Injurious to the ingestion. o Kindness is stowed away in the heart, like rose leaves in a' drawer to sweeten every object areurwl O Per Ton These prices are made for the month of August only; and you will save big money by laying in your supply of coal NOW. Many a life full of promise has been wrecked owing to the want of a definite aim In life, and the onlr way to insure success is to determine upon a certain line of action, to have an ultimate object in view, and to make every effort to reach the goal and secure the prixe. o A MBSSAOE. W. F. MONTGOMERY Sprinkling Rates For 190? The sprinkling rate for the season, be- 8h wawt nn the around, fcr wnHl nn the mvrnt The little one ru mtliia. ami 14- tltnc enmlHrf on. We limited. In the KnrHenmP r?epet aluut to e If olr trim under reitrr or llUobr liilubl tx. Hut nut hi iiit criw la aitawer to Ml mirnnikm. call. I'ntllid leuuth e haeteiml wIMMu the UnrkvHHl hull. And then upon tho ttlllne. there broken llerjr tonw The darling tiilteaiitaadlnj( before the tfttopfcue. And wiftlT. a, e H.twii-U- , en me tenlln down the utalrg, ' H'k). reolrall (live me heaven. wnnt to Mr mr prajer i ; rr the practice has gone out of date ere this we allude to the practice of A young lady of self reporting. truthful character, nbhorlng lying, with a jciupulously truthful mother who installed this virtue in her daughter, was made to bow to tin. truth by this evil practice in the At first when her school room. classmates, who had been whispering all day, aniwored "perfect" she felt a loathing and disgust, and always said she had whispered. The others who lied about it were praised continually, while she was publicly reprimanded before the school Thus the teacher was giving a reward for dishonesty, and while unconscious of the fact, was aiding Sttan to discourage virtue ami dur ing the character forming period of life, established an imperfect custom in one that might breed rum and decay. Let us remember children are keen observers, but they are naturally sociaole and friendly, and anr departure from the truth will wound the sensitive and trusting nature of a child. Ac we grow older we rtnlise no poet's pen or pointer's brush can ever depict the glory of childhood, for such a day one would almoat tmrtcwsrd through the checkered years and counter the trials and dtsappon t ments, the pains and perplexities o; life, and view as in the olden, tirf. on either side their withering hopes Parents, live in such a manner thai when you lve to your children the goou-by- c kiss they will honor you. and revarc your loving counsel Teachers so conduct your schools that your pupils may never learn to manifest brazen audacity and exhibit wares not their own ami unlawfully obtained. Immortal souls are tn your keeping. Their happiness for time and eternity largely depends on you. Do not be instrumental tn introducing false methods and wrong ideas, and false ideas of advancement, but train up the onildren in the morninp of life In the "nutare and admonition of life in the Lard," remembering that "as the twig is bent the tree it Inclined. " ".ounccmcnts; Avoid Trouble WMKi.Hhoi thrcakacd a mishap, shoald lake CardalMd prcvest the IrM yyrIi 1For bk Irm eccHrrliig. Ii year delicate cendtttai H will save yea Btaek pala aad misery. Theasaads have trkd Cardal bclerc c&filtae-me- at aad bate Iaa4 It i weaderlal bcaellt. DEMOCRATIfi: j IVni,.. in iai i "llil tt For Sheriff- - -- "cuit Court Clerk. Take for Jaier Mrs. FmrJc Mcawls, i MeirC, M., wrHes: "Last year I was Ihrcaltacd with a Bishap aadHlac e! Cardtl helpctl bk HWC thai aay etaer medlelae. Now I have a Hac healthy bey. Ilhlak Cardal the Ilacsl medtclae I OCllOOl Slln.... r 0 a "i'iiiucndtni County Aiie,,or: County Judge, County Atbrner. treat n kMiv el Iw female tretibles, Md I Hisk all saHerkf mM try k7 Cet Cards!. SeM everyrvheree hv-bcj- ih E41 County Court . Clafc DOINGS AT DOrtCNA. A. H. Henderson, of Medley, had business hare Monday. Guy Hall and Howell King went to Ilalevell, h.y., Tnosday. Mrs. ByaMec an i Stella Hall arc visiting in Clinton this week. Mrs. Lyda Pickett visited her mother, Mrs. Norris, at Samos, last week. V. C Uryant and 1fe, of East Prairie, visited Mrs. PoJhamui last waek. Mis Dosnm Hernirlx, tf Bessie, Toon., is visiting Mrs. Smith, this weak. My let T. Lee, of Wolf Island, passed bare Monday enroutc to Hickman. Misses Doll and Craae Logan, of Wolf island, attended the plonlt; i..! i i ivjrvt. Iror bhenff. For County Judge. For Jailer. ' i O ginning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1909, in residence section, is 50 foot front and under .. 8c for each additional foot. . $6 There are two kinds of schools in this country, both strong in their in fluences, educating the boys In strife i n g 1 y opposite directions. Thi school house education on the one hand and the street education on the other are alarmingly different. The Nation's prosperity depends upon which school educates the boys. It is wicked to loaf. Every man is created for a purpose and he has no right to shirk that responsibility iHlwnalljr. aellns dlreetlr uixm la bM and mueotw nrraee u the jrtteni. In rnell and omintetel r demaire the wbalo JT.tem when entering II thraavh lh m- (mw. HMh article thoaiM aeter etHM Im eieept oft (treariipthMM (rnm pkjrelrlAiM. aa Ike Oahmo the Kill do It tMi-ftdlu the Sued jreu eaa !M4)r diwltr from them. Ilallw I'thirit Uuio. bjr K. J. Olwaer . Om, Tw mFHiraetUf Itsln, O. ruDlaltM iHtinmrarjr. and U taken Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, mercury will arljr deilrojr the hm nf it have in , i ud RO Up II. ried a p. i j saturuay. Business house rate, each door $6 This is payable in advance. If you have" not paid, please don't sprinkle HallViOnfctrrli On re he mre ym set Matt Raldt and Luther Hlnstuw, the KetitttM. it ! intoM laleraaHr ami made In Tuierfo. Ofcta. ttr K. J. Ofcrarr A On. of JCast Prairie, bad business here TvaMnimttaU free. Saturday and Sunday. Mjlna panics y to slartn w Don't you may - .. ' Hickman lee & Coal Co. IXCOIirOItATKD COAL! COAL! 1, Now is the time to lay in your winter's supply of COAL. Don't wait until the cold wave flag reminds you of your negligence. It you have friends or money that simply increases your responsibility iso man has a right to loaf. Nothing can be more humiliating to a parent than to know that his son Is a confirmed loafer a mere blank absorbing his living from the toil of other hands and creating nothing No sensible young lady will allow a confirmed street loafer to enter her company. No strong minded person ever wanted work who was unable to find it. There is always plenty of work to do. If you can't get paid for your labor go and work for nothing it will be bet ter for yiu; and when you have fully demonstrated that you can easily find a paying job. The man or boy who is content to live like a drone bee sponging off ol the others should be forced on his own re sources and compelled to swim or sink, 'twould be best for society. Boys, if you have ever loafed don't do it any more. able-bodie- rW I17 ItrwKl.U. Vttrr ft iter luttle. Take llallS Family 1HH rreMMMaHMi. O The Qutney Herald treOlcU that corn will 'bn worth a dollar a betalwl by November. If it should mo to that prla, which Is not at all prohwWe, there will be no cuttle and bus tarf next winter, ami pork and feeaf will be beyond tho reach of oomnHin to- plo. O Polhaasus and daughter, Mary, ar: visiting In Bast Prairie and points in Arkansas. Jim rownseod and sitters, Mandye and Clara, spent Saturday and Sunday on the Mounds, with their sis ter, Mrs. liopkins. Protracted meeting wfll begin ml Locswt drove the filth Sunday of this month. CMduated by Rev. j. K. Miles, oi Martin. Term. Mrs. U T TV HI? Annnl A Cottage Hotel... Telcphono that grocery order to Iluttorswortb & I'ratoor. WORTH MOUNTAINS ( Roorrjs MONEY TO LOAN. I loan money at the rate of S imr -i cant per annum on farm land In by the for table r OWon ami Weekly counties, Tonn.. aad lu Kul I on oouuty, Ky. About one Rcasonnblc half cash vnlu of a farm will m loaned. Loons muds In sums of or morm for rive ywir with prtvl-I-- e to borrower of paylncr same after year In full or innklnir nnr sIm, on- n B A u Ratei!1 11.-o- - 0 A SHORT SERMON OH LYINO. OFJOLD During Cliangc of Life, says Airs. Clms. Barclay through tho t'bangeof Life and siifrTed 1 rem nervoiisiieas aiulntheruunoyinir symptoms, and I enn truly wiy that I.ydliiK.l'lnklMiin's partial iwiyuMMt desired at Intervals or six ihohuis arur the expiration of one year, lHtsraat bwtni; stoppeil on liartlal payments mads. Call on or Slogans 6b We Quote Summer Prices Effective 'til Sept, writ. natural clement of th; soul, heaven born, is that of perfect faith A O. SI'ILVULIN. Union City, Tenu. FREE 0 driiwnlna K'Krll iHHday Hi the Unlud States. Thv total to data fur the season Is A vsry lrwe proiMirtkin of thv (bad would mow l allra If they had known how to swim. Sxpsrtnees 'wus not ueatliHl- - just tho 01)11111 to konn nfluHt a abort tlutv until Uslp rtNtohwl tuwm. amm day the teaeliliiK of saliuiulitii to Ihh nnd girls will l compulsory. One laurnad, swimming is iMter furcutu-u- . 0 twntr-Mln- t Tux-book- (Per Ton of 2,000 Pounds) Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam and Anthracite Coal, upon application. $4.75 Bon Air Lump Coal . . . $4.25 Tradewater Lump Coal $3.75 . Pittsburg Lump Coal Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED. An Ashevlllo, N. C, newspaper says Uio following of Miss Lillian Johnston who taught music at Hickman Col lego last year: Mr, K. Flaxlngton Marker has announced a public organ recital for Thursday owning at All Souls' church, Dlltmoro, which will bo SECURE A CERTIFICATE. Under tho law tho Western Normal has tho power to lssuo tho ELEMENT CERTIFICATE, tho" INTERMEDIATE CERTIFICATE, and tho LIFE CERTIFICATE, which entitle tho hold urn to teach anywhere in Kentucky for two years, four years, and for llfo respectively without further examination. Information as to tho amount of work required for each cortlflcuto will bo furnished when desired. Ad AHY of special interest owing to tho unusually flno program arranged by Mr. Harker. and to tho appearauco of Miss Lillian Johnston, a singer. 11 Ua Johnston was a fortaor pupil of Airs. Hurker, and Is at preseut a vocal dress II. II. Cherry, President, West. teacher iu Kentucky. Her volco is ern Normal, Howling Qroen, Ky. of splendid range and quality und O Thirsty T HEO is wba". you need. highly cultivated. and trust, this luxury of the soul presents to us the great responsible ty of parents and teachers. Th parent or teacher often teaches child to lie by speaking and acting lies. One of the most effective ways to manufacture a nation of liars and defaulters is by the object lesson A mother tastes seme system. nauseous medicine, assuring the ' hild by words and actions that It is very nice. The child takes the medicine, detects the lie the mother has told, learns by such lessens j deceive and consequently never climbs to the mountain top of honor and writes his name by the side of No rhlld Ueorge Washlngtom could have the implicit confidence it would have had, had the mother been true and said, "This medicine is bad to take. You are sick and it is necessary that you take it to get well." Such a course would inspire confidence and trust; truth would not be sacrificed, but a lesson of obedience and courage manifested in the presence of one of the little ones of whom the Great Teacher said, "Suffer the little childrea to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of heaven." Another instance this used to belong to the school room, possibly Thuru uora Scwmj runs li.ht?r other Mi-Ki- st trtsn y IaJtJ lor cr tbansny other inllamiiiatloii, ulceration, local weak. Illirillll llllnr.ru I rm..t ,1, .... IKirlodlo jams, indluestlon und nervous prohtnttion. and It unuquallcd for carrying women safely through the period of change of life. costs hut little It nkli.nn'a Vofndnl.la to try Lydla K. 1 V lis Mrs. Harclaysays.lt Is "worth mouiH " to sufferirur womea. taius of gold ImtUtttH. Un-kadi- l. .1.1. VitiriltUllllI ( .lnu t,w ..... NOTICE TO diirlnjr UiIh tryinc lriod. Comnleto s for the year l'JO!) are restoration to lic.ilth mimna an inn,.). tn Inn Hint, fur tin, knlr. nf nii.A Diuiiif. now open; and ns this Is my Just ..... ... Willi:. : In unnien I am willing to make my year In officii. I desire to havoi all trouble public ho you may publish f u vuu . J . .. . i.nl.l i uuiii i.n, x . i.. i,l,rl, '1.H. !?HVr" in onier (iiui V"AB- ahclav, my books may .dniiiltevillf, Vt. bo balanced. You 'will No other medicine for woman's ills find myeelf or Deputy Coalder J6hu-hollll riWI'lVKll Ulicl. .....I Ull. annul. I IIIIU .... . niuir,i.HI nt th City Nmlounl Uankjsst mini niii iinilnrniiiniiiitvs .iwu.livij - .l ,, ......... Vn.ll..n li Idiie wo know of Iiuh suuh n n id Ilton, or at my office in IIIukmRu. of cures of feiimln ills as has Lydlt U. I'leuae umko paymente promptly l'lnklmin's VokuUiIiIo Comiwund. .. J. T. SEAT, B. K. C. 1 I'nr innrii fli.'in '(11 1....... I, curliijr female coninlalnta surh ns O villn :mniulltwr lina has provtd worth mountains of Rold to ine, nalt restored inyliwilth ami Rtri'iinili 1 never forpet to tell my friends what I ...... I,' I Vegetable Com-lK)inii ' tFREE i t.fultlu 1 ism-- any t' I t t3hFREE has than " , m ' r tsFREr is ea riui f than anv t!i.r i fPer,t n . tFREE males im.'rep ditJi than . 4 - aov other. J ' 1 I FREE ijthehe'tcfallcoffl-tinemirc rREE SrWINO CIIICAOO MACI11NC l noms peopKi say that working ilVa town does u girl more good tluAi u term at an wisUru school. O . 'lLlN0" r"I Let us put of Coal now, will go up. Hickman your winter supply After Sept. 1, the price In Ice & Coal Co. HicKman Furniiure fev