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The Hickman courier: September 2, 1909 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 hic1909090201_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: September 2, 1909 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PRESIDENT'S DAY" AT HICKMAN f m OCTOBER 26. MAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS TO BE HERE A BLUE MARK ii THE HICKMAN COURIER. Team that Pulls the Commercial Uagon up the Hill of Success The Courlor haa a mean) roar tab, crlptlon bin nxplrsd Ilcnaw promptly If yon want the pit per to com to you aftr this month tbt HERE ' pankln' Good Team, Grease the Axles of Your Ulagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up ESTABLISHED .CM TO - imooir HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NEW MINISTER TO SEPTEMBER 2, 1900. whole no. IN THE TEAR. 1H81 DEATH. Kills SPAIN. Li..kman. m Mn It lit L. t, i tliy, stabbed u SCHOOL CLOTHES properly designed and made to fit, materials that are sure to give service, will be found in our Fall showing of .J - j j la a, u - Mudrld, Mo., Itecord gives Uiu t,f tu atlair: no owned a suw sold If h which ho vw . . iday, picked up un mi tsriwr, a ruv , i (u, wis WOOK, eliiauy, bo-. j UurUuy worn-aUiua uy ,j iir uuiiuiiou in wirtyiiiin- u .j moved to C aKjIlg HOlUUllBUUWllt u uelu uy coroner 'Motion" CLOTHING FOR and .. . o.mug. 1M Tuu jury WUllltU . "lb for" AMD Still, ..iiksou. II. j t ii .iiii.d luul tevuio Mitti i mru. eaf Hand BOYS THUH0 MED los uuu eiUIMHUllOU IJU (atui gasu W Uiu mtiis we k nvr tuu story us wo only yo .3 . ' U j I La llonry C. Ido, who ivaa rpepntly appointed envoy lo Spain. h.t been nuud roiused (lip I'olHpplpo artor a lucu uud IdontlfltHl with the civil KOTernnient of Ictygovvrnor Islands from 1900 until rccnntly. halnic been and guvrrnor. II j iui w dnuss you chlrf Juntlco In Samoa cominlnloner. 1897. Ho U a native of Vermont, ti Uwai from 1EB3 to Ci mus lusou tiunu yean old, and waa a loader In politic In bis itato beforo his appointment n o uvpurwivut u to the Samoan Judgeship. u..uwmg, wiiuu Car J "luor uuu was re i:4- FOR LAWRENCE FINN. BACK TO AFRICA. i L.y lect Iroui Uio ou uirltr iu ii ik u on nifUt spiung uud brniut j j, Fulton County Delegation Is to ln Convention In Oklahoma, to Promote ss tsld by vlwiT. L- Jt ttructed. Colonization. ibu quurnJ, ,j j -- o .juii uI 1' Liii'tvd us Ioiioms: carter juKiug i. k Li liuuor in iroul Before buying your suit, we ask that you give us a look, feeling confident of your business from the stand-poiof merit. nt DESIGNED BY H. A. SE1NSHEIMER & CO. CINCINNATI PRICES WILL SUIT YOU j iji C' HaI , whuu bo Mtirtuus was Ly heard Jlaud say, 17 LKju I do Wat," uud ,u l, J i, . a u.uffii'tl latur, with a 'I J. SUaiiklu un U-- d .. : of llie Baiooti, and . t,. ircd to b takliiB Hand attaikvd blin. ij ilin.i ii, ijirds urroalvd Curttr Lt.it l. (iu minute after Uio kiiifo Mas fouud on ii..4, i... k l Ijulvr sJ Jck t.j j til lrlir ll At a Democratic mooting at tho court houso Saturday uflurnoon for the puriHiso of selecting delegatos to tho Owunsboro convention, Wcdnos-day- , Bopt. 1, to nominate a Railroad CommUalauor of tho First District, Judgo II. T. Davis waa mado chairman .and Herbert Carr, of Fulton, pecrvtary. vtr: ; is iu t.al (:ULi,7 Kir.tr u and will havo a beforo '8(julru J. 1). la cr r L .1 kiiOHn burc, and ba J wjiii twrythliig but a During Lbo lvllnu ro-- a , 1 .a l lout nirliiB, Curt or 11 M':.. ul i - t;;.J church and It rvforui, but Ills ii vru toon loit In his .r.cl ry Drinking and bad . 4 L.ui dowu again, lie I - ; jcd by hi wlfo tor L :!.jJut would Fifteen doligntes, tho numbor to which this county is entitled, wero selected ntul Inslructril to vote for LawKon Finn, of Franklin, Ky., for Commissioner. Tho following dologatus wero named: A. H. Tyler. Tom 1'rathor, Jr.. J. C. Sexton, J. W. XI orris, II. T. Davis, W. C. Speer, K. C. llradshaw, W. O. U'orry, F. S. Moore, Herbert Carr. H. T 8mltli. V. II. McOboo. J. T. union. 1 U Clark and E. M. Taylor. s n ' r. :ii Urt u- -t truo. taa i artcr hai , this U not lit u bo fin Not .jurl O killed. What do lUi hlui ro- - FARMERS' TELEPHONES. get tho tnarkot blch enables you to sell sir prsittcts at tho best prices, but Mr U'j aiso KeU tho bonnflt of con. h'ai .th her neighbors, frlonds fl rdit.v r, after hor Uomostlo KJt ra dcac You will he, iiin flitd to Una how chcanlr ou can nc'.l m tulcphono sorvico. Call msnsgcr for Information regard-- I F our ipeclal Farmers' Lino" rates. pbtriand Telephone & Telegraph vompany, Incorporated. only do you IouUom, l O I The r '21 it I til. w N II l,v Mia. I lllln.i York Cltv. on Frl- - M 11 .. nrlill..,. "lclaa of smb. uigh attainments. J X U llldl.'d mi nrtlftt In W profiss- - a nod tu spltu of tho In- - ... " ue-- Ua a ari:il lin.l nmin.i-ln- . Pr I : -r "s-rC '7 pr wuch pralso for tho skll- t, wmch BUO rollljcro,i . :' PH'llU. Tim M.ill.i.lUI n ...kful for tho larg ai 5 a tit O Enter Schoni your r,in o ' H II Cherry, I'roaldcnt, NwnH. Uowllng Qroon. Ky , I neptuuibor 7th. ry night Iyric"9 p,c,ur at tho Justwhat to do when the kidneys do when the kidneys aro affected, is a question that con-neneglected in childhood lead to I'ull for Greater Hickman . Circuit court. Sept 6th. life long suffering. People of advancHoger Caldwell left Saturday night ed years, with less vitality, suffer Miss Iloso Kelly was hero from for Stewart's Landing. doubly, lu youth or age. Languor, Poruna, Friday. backache, urinary Irregularity, dizziA. M. Tyler and S. L. Dodds were ness and nervousness make life a burMiss Mary Ilorondes H homo from lu Union City Monday on business. den. a two weeks visit with St. Louis relO There la one remedy that acta atives. Mrs. M. Ward and llttlo daughter, Doan's Kidney Pills owu Joo I'oluamus, of Doroua, was horo Marian, of Walnut Log, are visiting Shingles nt A. S. Uest Honrt ructly on tho kidneys and cures these tho first of tbo week and returned to Airs. It. II. Kirk. In West Hickman. Tho prices their world-widfame to tho fact that by Ida homo Tuesday, accompanied aro tho lowest In town. Coylo Wade has returned to Ful- they euro stck kidneys and euro them his wlfo and daughter, Mary II., who Mrs. Irene Wood, of Cincinnati, a ton, after spending several days with icrmauuntly. Follow tho example of havo boon visiting hero. Kast I'ral-rlthis Hickman citizen and you will distant relative of tho Mary Ledwldgo Uilllo Carpenter. Kagle. family, Is tho gucBt of tho family of O Jas, MoMuUin ami llttlo son, be convluCed that this Is so. Mrs. J. A. Eledge, Ellison St., Jllckmau, J A. McCluro. 1'nul, left Sunday for Paris, Ky to The now $5Q bill is wild to bo u Ivy., says: "It would be Impossible spend several days. acIce Coupon Books charged to beauty. Wo aro unablo to kIvo what for uio to express my thanks to O count will bo nt tho faco valuo. No the lawyers term tho, best ovldenco Miss Eva Walston has returned to Doou's Kidney Pills for tho benefit discount, allowed only for cash. as to this matter Cold drinks at tbo Crosoont her homo In Crutchfleld, uftor a vis-I- t they brought me. I suffered from Hickman Ice & Coal Co. palus iu my back and also had frewith Miss Until Klmbro. quent headaches. When being bothTho city of Chicago has followed Seo our Hue of Fall and Winter the example of Fulton, Graves and ered thus. Dean's Klduey Pills wero Mississippi counties and elected a v samples the largest lino wo have brought to my attention and Ipro-curover had. Schmidt, tho Tailor. superintendent of l'ub)o Schools. them at Helm & Ellison's drug Miss lues Luton left Friday for store. They freed my back from pain Jerry Throlkold, who Is located In Leltchfteld, Ky., where she has a nnd stopped the headaches lu a wonItlythosvlHo, Ark-- , wns hero last position teaching tu tho high school, derfully short time. They are certainweek tho Kiiost of his brother, Horry, ly a great remedy for tho purposes Jno. A. McCluro returned the latter for which their use is Intended." h- i- utu HIckniHii friends. part of last week from Harrlsburg, For sale by all dealers. Price 60 Someone hus tmld that tho bard-- . I'll., where be has been visiting his cents. m thing In tho world to find Is a sou and daughter. Mr, McCluro wus n Co., Buffalo, New pocket In n woman's dress. That H. L. REEVES, Prop. gone ubout five weoks, uud reports York, solo agents for tho United u hitch rack In novcr looked for the weather delightfully cool ut that States. l.'iktnan. Cold Drinks, Fruits, oysters and everything In icason. The best placo. Koinember the naino Doan'a aud place in town. Lunches cf all kinds. A nice line of fine candy. Wo ore paying you the cost of take no other. Ladles are especially invited. 11. V. Iteeso, a grocery merchant by selling au Ico Coucollection Miss., was arrested Tuespon Llook at a ton per cent dlscouut of .Meridian, You're hungrywe need the money, so get busy! President Tuft, aud tho floet of day at his home towu for riding Hickman from tho (ace for cash. through the streets lu n hack with a steam boats are scheduled to reach Ice & Coal Co. negro woman. Ho was finod tOO Hickman, Ky., ou tho trip from St. V. II. Koscdulo, of Kust Pralrlo, nnd SO days ou tho streetH. Tho man Louis to Now Orleans, at G o'clock Mo., was hero lust week to visit his was already under indictment by tho lu tho evening. That will bring thorn I other, A. 8. Hosedalo. Both broth-i-- grand Jury for unlawful cohabitation to New Madrid at about 9 o'clock Our neighbors of Slkeston, Portagu-vlllund havo with tho woman. uro photogruphnrs, Parma, Matthews, Lilbom and h vu lu tho busluoss many yours. Until tho Katydid tunes up Its In- I .a Forte should be hero to help us A professor has discovered nmoiiK strument and announces Unit it Is fire tho cannon, shoot fire works, and cunw rC SHOWS 1 uomo ancient ruins what Is supposed Just six weeks to frost, August Ik greet tho Chief Magistrate with, -MIL. U IWil Wi ro be the eleventh couiimindmuiit. accounted summon) silent mouth. This cheers. Now Madrid Record. IN PREMIUMS BiSEM "Kiuns rof is almost wholly duo to tho fact that The text U us follows: O Bantj I yltpmorp tseyap unlit ssoluu repup' most of the birds stop sliiglng when and Hippodrome Dally Races Nallello and His Horse Show I swen a daor ton tluhs uoht." Tho the nesting season Is over, lu June Cecil und Clarence Tanner left for 25-G- reat Side Shows-- 25 Free Attractions Fire Works by mid part of July the singing Is a their home at Stewart's Landing, Satay loiiimamliiieut Is aslly truuslut.-J. W. WEWHAH. S.cteury. LOW RAILROAD RATES beginning at the end uud reading chorus, while in August there is only urday night, after u visit with Mrs, o Arrangements woro completed this week for n convention at Clutlirlo an Oct. 22 to perfect a stato organization tu pnimoto Uio colonization of American negroes in Africa under tho auspices of tho Abraham IJncoln African Aid and Colonization Society. II oently Incorporated by CnpL N. Ii. Gaston of Stillwater and other whtto citltens of Oklahoma. On October 8 tho ncgroos of Oklahoma will hold a stnto meeting at Sapulpn to learn bow many doslros to accompany tho African colonists. A 'colony has been organized at nana, Ark., composed of several hundred negroes, wjio deslro to know whon the first shipment to Africa will be mndo, another colony of 100 negroes In Southern Oklahoma has also been organized. Such organizations nrc of forlng to pay transport expenses. Letters from Kentucky, Goorgln, Missouri nnd other states ludlcato that colonies aro being; organized. A former Oklahoma negro, who for 12 years lived at Alberta, Ilrltlsh Kast Africa, Is aiding In tho work. It is cited that 117 years ago three harbors of London organized a similar colonization schenio nnd transferod all of tho negro residents' of Great Urltaln to Africa. -- SMITH & AMBERG THE ONLY WAY Many Hickman Citizens covered It. Have Ols-- Just what to Bar-kett- 's e AFTER THE SHOW! lu-d- cd WHERE? THE CRESENT OF COURSE fol-Je- Foster-MUbur- -- s u, tuc 6 BIG $30,000. t.....r, , backwurd -- Kx. tho occaaloual solo, Jus. Caldwell. THE HICKMAN "C.ytrt Wtitrrn Ktntuikr COURIER Llks the MAGISTRATES CRITICISED. Dw" STATE HAPPENINGS THE HORN OF PLENTY INO.) iik Fayette County Grand Jury Exhaustive Report Makes (Copyrlsht, i u u r up a.. win in rive o A W. 0. 8PEER and J. 0. SEXTON, Editors and Proprietors. i ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IK ADVANCB. lcxlngton, Ky. The Fayette county News of 'General Interest in a grand Jury, which was Impaneled on July 5. made an exhaustive report to Summarized Form, the circuit court nnd was illsnilnscd. 8Y SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. EXCESSIVE Heat AND llAm,. ?An lexae Improvement cv. t Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, mall matter, pottoQce af second-clas- s Former Teller of Third National Bank of Louisville Arrested on Charge of Embezzlement Preferred by NationNEWMAN CASE ENDED al Bank Examiner Johnson. SILENCE FOLLOWS THE COUNT'S ANNOUNCEMENT. Gun ToUra Canted Entrance Shirt Slaeves Required Prosecution , Ii Withdrawn. Mcadvllle, Miss. The Chancery Court convened here Wednesday with Judgo J. S. Kicks of Fayette prodding, to hear the charges of assault with iutrnt to murder ngninst Fenl Mlddlcton and llunklcy llalford for the attempt on the life of Ernest Newman, clerk of tho Chancery Court. Sitting with Judge Hicks was I A. Whittington, mayor of the town, and W. J. Sullivan, Justice of the peace, before whom the charges were made. "The court assembled to hear the charges npaint you," spoke Mayor Whittington, after tho bell in the court tower proclaimed the opening of a special term. "The prosecution wishes the charges against you dismissed because of lack of evidence to sustain the allegations. You are both discharged." The silence following the announcement of the verdict of the court was ominous. The. court room mas crowded with friends of the Xewman boys anJ also of the prisoners. Every man in the court room was in his shirt sleeve to how that he carried no weapons. At the entrance stood a guard of four men. Another guard stood at tho aisle leading to the bar. "If it please the court, I would like to have you hear some of my witnesses," epoke Middleton, breaking the silence. "Things have been said about me that I would like to disprove." The accused was informed thst the decision of the court was a complete vindication and that the charges were dismissed. With a slight show of emotion, Middleton expressed his thanks to the court and bowed himself out. llalford appeared pleased with the turn of affairs and hurried from the court room. Louisville. Ky. A the result of a consuming passion fnr diamonds nnd fine clothes. Fred 0. Mlllor, who resigned his position ns teller of tho Third National bank, this city, August 11, was arrested on n charge of embezzlement preferred by National Hank Examiner Percy Johnson. Milter's peculations are said to amount to more than $6,000. nnd the National Surety Company, Miller's surety, hai iready paid $1,871.36 to the bank. According to the officials of tho bank tho examination Is not yet complete, nnd the nllogeil shortage will probabl) amount to JG.OOO. It Is said Miller se cured tho money Interest fund due tlmo depositors on their certificates. SHUBERTS GET A THEATER. by Auditorium In Lexington Leased Them for Five Year. REGISTRATION FEEINCREASED Two Cents to Be Added PostmaaUr-OenerHCaJcea Announcement. ai Washington. An increase of two cent Is to be made in the near future in the fee for the registration of letters and tnajl packages. Announcement of the proposed change was made Wednesday by Postmaster General Hitchcock, The decision of Mr. Hitchcock to increase the registry fee followed an extended Inquiry Into the registry system, by a special committee appointed by the postmaster central. It was decided to call in a score of registry officials of ripe experience and ability from various parts f the country for a more general meeting with the postmaster general. It is understood to be Mr. Hitchcock's purpose to take up the registry system first in considering sit branches of the postal service for reorganization wherever great efficiency and less expenditure may be effected. It is thought that the service may be basis placed on a mora business-likwithout working undue liardship or imposing unreasonable burdens on the public. By law the postmaster general is authorized to make the registry fee as high as 20 cents. In 1874 it was reduced from fifteen to eight cents, but increased to ten cents in 187S. It was reduced from ten to eight cents in 1893. e IN GRIP OF WHITE PLAGUE Out of 728 Children SOS Have Symp toms of Tuberculosis. New York. According to a statement made by the New York Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor, 28.1 per cent, of the children examined at Sea Breeze Home, Coney Island, show traces of tuberculosis. Tho tests were made upon 728 children 381 boys and 347 girls who had been at the home up to the middle of August Iu '.'03 tubercular symptoms were found when tuberculin was applied. The tests wero made under the supervision of Superintendent Maxwell of the .public schools and Dr. John Winters Jlrannan. presi dent of lkllevue and Allied Hospitals, to ascertain the advisability of open air schools for children from the congested districts. Further tests are being made, and a full report will be made at the Lexington, Ky. Itev. Father John J. close of the season. O'Noll, 49, was stricken with paralysis and died in tho homo of hi father, ALL QUIET IN MONROE. James 0''ell. Father O'Noll was for 11 years chaplain at Ht. Joseph's hos Officers Wounded by Negro Are All pital In this city, nnd at the time of his Improving. death was assistant pastor of Ht. Pe Monroe, La. All is quiet ia Monroe ter's church. sifter a night that carried with it much Loul&vlilc Ky. A. T. MacDonald, Folanxiety to the local authorities. lowing tho wild rampage of the negro formerly managing odltor of tho lotil8vIlIo Herald, but moro recently Witt. Wade Tuesday, during which twenty-people were wounded before secretary of tho Loulsvlllo Commernine Waifa was finally killed, the entire pop. cial cub, resigned the latter position illation remained in a state of feverish to become tho corresponding secretary excitement until a late hour last night. of a local llfo Insurance company. This was Intensified by the serious Lebanon, Ky. Flro completely de wounding of an unidentified negro in the east end of tho city. The negro is al- stroyed the plant of the Modern Mill leged to have said that Wado did not nnd Elevator Co., one of the large! In The loss will shoot Jiulf enough white people. Several Central Kentucky. hours earlier another negro was shot, amount to $10,000, with Insuraucu of $H.000. Tho plant will be rebuilt nt but it was not proven this affair was once. sequel (o the Wade shooting. Lexington, Ky. The Shubcrts, In their fight against Klaw and Erlangcr, lu.vc added another showhouse to their list. ThrouKh a contract between J. M. Perkins, of Frnnkfort. end the local board of park commissioners, they get the Auditorium, In this city, for flvo years, beginning October 1, at an annual rental of $400 and tho understanding that the citi HAD COUNTERFEIT MONEY. zens of Lexington are to have the uso r.f the houso free for all public func- - John Roberts, Arrested In Shelby Coun ty, Had $1,000,000 In Spurious t'ona for which It was built upon tho Mexican Pesos. tjvlng of 15 days' notice. Something like $5,000 Is to be expended In Improvements, which, nt the expiration Loulsvltte, Ky. Dreams of wcaltn trunk conof the lease, will become the property contered In a brass-boutaining a million dollars in counterfeit of the city. Mexican pesos weru shattered for John C. and Marlon Roberts, brothers, here, LEGAL TO SPEND MONEY when Deputy United States Marshal RobUnder Sullivan School Law to Carry William Blaydes arrested John money erts In Shelby county with the Children to and From School. Sitting In the oltlci In his possession. Frankfort Ky. Judgo O'Hcar, of of tho Secret Service Bureau, he cool the court of appeals, decided that It ly said that ho would plead guilty at the October term of the federal court is legal for the county board of ed resigned about spending ucation to spend money under tho and seemed years In the prison Sullivan school law to carry children u majority of his He had only wanted to to and from school In districts whero at Atlanta. get rich, ho said. the schools have been consolidated. Judgo O'ltear refused to grant an In junction prayed for by the citizens of Day's Doings in Kentucky McCrackcn against the county board of that county, which Is spending the money hauling children to school at Lexington, Ky. Herr Ttaymund fione Oak, where several of the coun- - Kessler and Herr Max Casplarl, of y schools have been consolidated. Perlln, Germany, were hero purchasJudge W. M. Heed had held that thu ing horses for tho German army They consolidation could be made, but that bought of Tevls Wllkerson and Rlch-w- d the money could not be used, so that Wilson four thoroughbreds. Judge O'ftear reverses this opinion. Frankfort, Ky. After sticking faithNEGROES ESCAPE FROM JAIL fully by her husband for many years, Mrs. Henry Youtsey has sued for After Choking Turnkey Into Unconbelieving that the alleged mur-oer- cr Resciousness and Taking His of William Goebcl never will volver and Keys. be released from prison. Ky. After overpowering Paris, Turnkey Allen Kaiser, choking him Frankfort, Ky. Mrs. James A Mur-lo- y, daughter of Joseph Dellne. tho Into unconsciousness and relieving him of bis revolver and keys, four n-o- noted French chemist and soldier, gro prisoners escaped from the Jail died of apoplexy. She was a sister-in-la- w here. The fugitives nre Will of Charles Reynolds, a prom? Hugh Ilogers, John Griggs and Robert Incnt Republican politician. Hughes. Leer, who has served two Paducah, Ky. A petition signed by terms In the penitentiary, and was re cently Jailed for assaulting and rob masters and pilots of boats plying bebing young Perry Hutchcraft, was the tween Paducah and Cairo has bean leader. When Turnkey Kaiser entered sent to tho secretary of war protestthe cell houso to lock the prisoners ing against the granting of a pormlt Into their cells tho four negroes to tho Ilurllngton railroad to erect a pounced upon him. bridge across the Ohio river a few miles below this place. SERIOUS RACE WAR. Greenup. Ky. Democrats nominated Negroes Wield Razor with Deadly Ef Howard Williams for representative; feet In Encounter with White .1 Watt Womack, county Judge; Judgu Men. ,W. T. Colo county attorney; J. SC. Ixmlsville, Ky. Leo Hall nnd VIeior Lawfion, shorlff; Stephen Howland, Dorrler. nrpmlnent young clubnien of derU; John Prlchard, school superLouisville, and L. J. Prince,, a prince-to- n intendent; John Young, Jailer, .Moman, of Wilmington, N. C, whoso rris Vatiblbber. assessor. father is controller of tho Atlantic Coast line, are In hospitals, following Frankfort. Ky. Copt. Jamos Illack-bu- ru a race war on a Fourth street car. conflrmod tho roport from WashTho young men had escorted ladloi ington that former Scuutor Illaok-hu- rn nt the Audubon homo from a dance will resign his position as govCountry club nnd wero going home. ernor general of the Panama canal and The car's movement Jostled one of the retire on his form In Woodford county, vhlte men against a negro and a fight whero he will make a specialty of started. Serious razor wounds woro falsing Shetland ponies. Inflicted on the threo white men and Prince and Hall may die. Iloattyvllle, Ky- .- William Mays, nd The grand Jury rrlt Irises the magistrates, claiming to have found that numerous persons havo locn JM'ed tn trivial offenses classed by tho mngli-tra- te as felonious onse. It brand system the praclleo as "n which dries up tho workhouse and fills the county Jail with trivial, baicases, which Is n Vad-e- n lies, hold-ov- er yoke of needles exprnso to the county," and corrective legislation Is recommended. The fiscal court tho inn) or and tho board of public work nre nlso severely criticised nnd ccn stired because of the condition of tho street railway, tho crematory, etc. The coHnty Jail Is ileclnnd to be In an unsatisfactory condition. The asylum, reform school, city Jail and county Infirmary nre commended. Tho Illue Grass Fnlr association Is ccn mi ml boos uso of the sale of liquor during tho recent fair, and tho Jssti-tn- co of county and government by Judgo Ilullock and Internal Revenue Collector Roberts Is de clared to havo been Commonwealth's Attorney Allen Is called upon to summon tivcry gambler nnd every perwin who set up and encouraged a game Into tho presence of the Fayetto circuit court, and' demand that Uia houses, which wero alt closid by order of Mayor Skaln Iff April, never be reopened. It was found that there) was little or no gaming going on at tho present time. It Is recom mended that proper stejw bo taktn to separate saloons and restaurants so that tho former may be kept strictly closed on Sunday and that no subterfuge for tho defeat of tho law can be found In the tatter. High lleonio for saloons Is nlso recommended. lng hlgh-hand- cd. lPP.D.l,.,,',l Memphis lrn. mg from want f i .protil. ( 13 irt, tr4 tk, " -- ksnsat, ullai, Isnds in Mi.. the the plant it are opening i provement U a I tentiM t, threo wait i ,,, . r I I' r i h I". ' 5" I. U, rheeked. A u. n. ed to relieve t t In the t and .Malwnia 'P - the MiMitu,.,, thete dittri. j Until well art, r still growing an t ' of frost will ls c:i on the yield a, , In lHiuti t i l r T 1 t vr. The Nation's Wealth. boeauic i a but t n Wen il.me n.jt t. are light. efleisl - 'tic f ttroyrd, ) NEGRO SHOT UP TOWN MILITIA MONROE, LA., SCENE OF EXCIT- CALLED 00T The plant n where the dr. serlims w j f xl'. he.J,rj l4, MTM ING TRAQEDY. QUARNEWMAN I'KITGUARD KS L BRKAK8 OUT AFR-KS- PI No flllP rerun . That BUui.i e Promise Negro Finally Brought Down With Attempted Assassination ef Young win noi. lit Bsiitl Erosst Newman May Involve the Bullet In Hsart Body Cremated .... ..innRioii r it., . .. . , Whole Community. isriiirrrs or . . in Public. .L uwi teiiuret ci i c :i t , ' " Monroe, La. Angered, It Is believed, j j,,,, Msnthlp, until s ten rate Jackton, Mitt. LieutJ-C-nbecause two of his friends had rrrently acting governor in the absence ef Oov. elded were re'uw' ( cj. . , bren shot ky police officers in this city, Noel, has ordered Capt. (storm, of the roiuerenee WtJ, I Jy k. Willism S. Wade, a negro, Tuesday rsn Urookhaven company, and Capt. Patter attorney gmersi ar.l Ir H, r amuck ou th principal btulness street son, of the Natrhet, Miss., National oi sue purs loou tioarl cf f " shot- Cuard, to proceed at once to Meadville, of Monroe with a The fool ft gun, shooting first at every white man Franklin county, to quel! or keep dewn ire depsrtment s.mt f he saw an then firing indiicriminatciy at a (r K riot that Is feared by the sheriff on bleached flftiir ,; every objret liefora him. account of the attempt to stsattlnate The Ore was relumed, and the negro Chancery Clerk F. W. Newman, Sunday pure food lawt c. ground of mpur'T ' ' finally fell dead with a bullet through night. jeged mlsbrstxng s- - t his heart, but not before twrnty-ului, HberlfT Jonea states over tli long disJepertment were men, thrre of them members of his own tance telephone that men from the coun' urea of the fl. ur l - r"I r . rare, had been mote or lest seriously ia try hate been arrislng In town ell after srs, the largett ef wounded. nuI noon, and are threatening to "tear the and NrWs.lt lute L-Wsde's body was publicly burned after town i ttiaLl up." He did net think he was able the selturet iitn , it lis J bren cut don from a pole on to cope with the situation, and nn bis rate reuhl be rr.iie as which it hung for halt an hour or utuie earnest solicitation the acting governor after he wss killed. ordered the truop to proceed at once to .M It was at first reported that Wade wss Meadville. The captain of the Nalehei rivL ti, i r in o n Kb E MLLtu effects at the time from the was ordered to take both of cocaine and chesp whiiky, but an In- comMiny Score Wounded, Tta Fstti Natehet companies to the scene. vestigation by the police showed thst Strike BympathkStrt Ekct na furthsr outbreak There hat when ii...nj.. M,-.- ',., . iirn douUe-lariele- etrt r.- o a , half-crarc- d A n Clerk-Newmac t"st Irvcttf, PittiMirr, Pa box of shells, a few minutes before he since Sunday night, when Chsncery wss fired nn as he sat In his deputy shenrl so J ' tc.,it opened fire on the first wan, tlwre was .. - .. i i. . i i nothing unutusl in his manner or be- home and badly wounded in the arm, but and at the I'rettrd Mre, Itr U! havior. Other negroes, who were with it Is fetrcd that friends of Newmsn Pritchard rasy clash before morning, in vllle, wbute rtrj jt:t tit set him say thst he had not been drinking, leatt a k re ct more strike. nor did he show any effects of having which stent there probably will be New- ..rlnii.lr At . Vl. miiik...I bloolabcd than when tho father of taken cocaine. . J.- - .. , .., ,.IL man wss killed A few weeks sgo, and at 1.. Wade estne to Monroe recently from without warmne Pine UluiT, Ark. He .wss accompanied which time two or three other men were of Dr. by several other negroes, and they com- killed ami the present clsik, son wounded. Young more or let tertout s vrvtt menced to make trouble for th locsl po- Newman, was badly .... ta.tll. .1. riLi Im.iru. is. .Kin n niia inp Newman has recently been elected over lice soon after they srrivrd. It wss aldte opponents as his father's successor leged that they were members of a sooffice. ciety In Arkansas which had its ob- in Ing the hesdt of a. I rrrtosi iJentj ject revenge for injuries don the black Ib- rilIk. (( if v nt IK m rsce. As result, these negroes clashed FLIES 46 MILES AN HOUR. nuu .. . i . .. - ... . , .. with the police nn many oeeatlunt, and . he purchased the thotgun and ln ''ie ti;' ll..t ... Ier, Duty, O. J. Gentry and (I. Wllklns. United States revenue mon, captured a largo moonshine still, 30 gallons of liquor and 00 gallons of boer at Ma May, a mining camp near this plaoe. Tho still was running at lull blast, with Junius Price nnd Millard Ilotnor, Sr., operating It. Charles Ky. Several directors Loxlngton, ot tho Kontuoky association held a mooting to discuss tho question of a full ruco meeting horo. It wus decided to postpone the matter until about September 10, when a full svsslou of tho board con bo had. Louisville Ky. An echo of the failure of the old Masonic Hank, which 18 yours ngo carried thousand to poverty, wus heard In Judge Mlllor'a court when Nathuu Knlm was appointed to locate tho doiiosltors with whom the Institution ha not yet soltlcd. twice recently they have etchanged shots Paulham Ooea 1H Mils at Utlght with the officers. It It alto alleged that of 400 Feet. Wade was heard to ny that no white llhelms, France (Hetheny Aviation man wss golnc to shoot Mm. Held). A marvelous prolonged high RATE MAKING IS ENJOINED flight ot 30 kilometre (Iftl miles) in breeie by Paulham and the Against establishment of a new world's record Permanent Injunction Issued for 10 kilometres at the rate of 7,3IS Commerce Commission. llleriot Chicago. Manufacturer and pro- metre (40 miletl an hour by ducers generally of the territory lying were the feature, of the aerial rare between DurTalo, Pittsburg and Parkers meeting Tut.day. Owing to the high wind, thrre would burg on the east and the Mississippi river on the west are regarded as th hate been no flights, except for the vitit greatest beneficiaries by the majority de- thl I afternoon of I'reildent Fallerlet and cision of the United States circuit court hit cabinet. The prstident wsS accomofficers of here Tuesday permanently enjoining the panied also by distinguished Ills interstate commerce commission from the French and llritith annles. and enforcing Its seaboard-Mistoor- i river pretence stimulated the sky pilots, through rate In the famous Mlttourl a duren machines were brought cut or) the (laid, but a majority of them were liver rate case. The nplnicn of Judges (Irottcup and unable to battle, against the wind. Young however, with Koliltaat (Judge linker dissenting), if sustained by the upreme court of the his machine plunging like a ship In a United (States, will greatly curtail the stormy sea, managed to navigate the turbulent air currents fnr one round. lower of the commission over transportation rstvs, mulcting it to a sort Then Paulham, who already had won a of police court adjudication of specific reputation for courage and endurance, began his thrilling flight. He made the cases of alleged ditcrimlnstloii. The ower lemains In the lunula of first two rounds at an altitude of 2&0 feet, but ascending in front of the trithe railroads. This cute and the Missouri river rase bunes as he entered the third circuit, are similar In principle, the Denver case he reached a height of tietween 100 and concerning the roiniiimission'a order of a S00 feet. new and reduced through rate between WINE OFFICIALLY DEFINED. Chicago anil Ht. Louit to Denver. The commission' order of June St, Federal Court Declares What Is Genu1908, reduced the rate nn ine and What Imitation. freight from the seulmurd (east of HutTa-lo- , Pittsburg and I'atkertburgl to MisWashington. L'phuldlng Its contention souri river dnta from $1.48 to $1.30. thai the consumer is, under the food and This order was Itsued upon repretenta-tio- drug art, entitled to know the characof the Miaouri river interests, man- ter of the product he buys, the hoard of ufacturers and jobbers chiefly that the food arid drug intiectlnn of the drparj-men- t seabosrd rate of II. IS to Minneapolis of agriculture lias Istued a declaraand Ht. Paul was u discrimination tion, declaring that a beverage cannot against them, inasmuch as the twin bo Isbeled wlon unless it Is made from rities, using the chrsper wnter rate of "the normal alcoholic fermentation of the Mississippi river, were able to under- juice of sound, ripe tfraprt, without addisell them in their own territory on arti- tion of abstraction, either prior or cles coming originally from the seaboard. to fermentation." lianau-Yarillag first-clas- s n strike rone ..Milan nindiui ,V hlKPP . ... "' CTTIT. Htrr. nc Him"1, . . II tl... r.ia. ' - . . Cn.,1- rnnf!! W ,1 Flying Mtcsinri js ah h i- Ssme Time. Su Nashville- - At th- - cf""" ' ,j . r air , oe urn i.. -. u i -nw win lenipteu ..hi ue u. i ...... I l.n-5 I II. If" It't, I . WUS III v Knabeuthue and ' 'l " TV.I. la In e...r WP . f t (. , C&C . --o- f made .Monutj v .i is i1 the week of )' .... ' cruising will tr rg t to the f.lr, ami I in front of the g.sr ... time, will lly resi m course, flnlihli.g ii... il. ..... r flier, uill cite (I f '" Mf . -- tk5 .... ii' P ', l. fS " ' T lJ" few Irours, ami wi!' a '' In the glare of ' 1 f ' ' .: in ready ..l ..ntMrr Ill's,'"""". ' Hi ! ,....u ahlp rns.tert there Is sufh sn , .. IW " ' lUCBk mlttee took a il si il" r't tr' ' r ' " (k, M nt sn ex'iendlture id 1l..r,n.ilr uwwvh. Honolulu. sd ' la f riiruc . "" pUgue and one e. were reported M'i' if Hawaii. have Itcn ditr virfl VANDEKIULT .... '' I'111 . or t , ... .7rJ WAS ; (,t oi MRS. F.OULD GETSD1V0RCE. CHICAGO POPULATION GROWS. Figures PIH Husband Cannot Remarry While She Is Alive. Now York. Mis. Helen ICelley Could obtained her final dceree of ditorcu from Frank J. (imild Timsiluy. The inteilncutiiry decree was signed on May SO of this jour. Tho deereo gives tli custody of the two children, Helen and Dorothy, to each parent for six months In e(h eur. Mr. CloulJ Is not permitted lo remurry in this state until alter the death of his wlfu. Show Close to 2,800,000 People. Chicago. Chicago has strpjird into the 3,500,000 class, according to the new city directory, whUh will be issued on Thursday or Friday. There aro 70H.60O names In the big new volume, unl multiplying this by 3.3, which the publishers huve found by experience with census vrars lo bo a safe, cniitervutive figure, ths city's population Is 3,103,000, wit Ills 37,100 of S.iOO.OOU. Conicrvative H He and Two Women I" Wss 1W0'Thst Mount VeriM-along Wwtt rtrst at a 35 imle rl'Pv . "" " VN 5' . .. , '; n yn, "' 1 Jr., ncmiiii'ed M ' ' n orrestivl. Mr K)lk lieadiiuait"' " lug WO for hi "I I" uf speelsl siti' ' " ..n.....ui ( no. "r ' "'S he ui going ,i, ' ,i r , J e nt it '( ' i 11 , RAISED FROM THREAT HIS DF TOMB T tT; LIKENED HERSELF TO ELIJAH mmum Gossip mat BY A BATH POLICE TO force: negro prcacher HIMSELF RE8URRECT FROM OWN GRAVE. 8omewhat Peculiar Ltflht In WhlcM Pious Old Lady Regarded Cat's Act of Theft. n thn tnou' Influenced the I'll In congress, , i ..'Mkinl ono olnliut Imiiortnnt ng or lowering o( ; t mro a day thl I rk on tlio senawen perspiring in litat of tho capltoL mnrig t ' the Law in-- . i 1 ... I7t- .1 j. I 1 I '"r t.f ' are a gastronomic hmh, of tropical nnd j i.. it-They must ( jnki-rof New Knglnnd, ;.J fa!tr of Now York-- r of tbo north, tho it.-.z tt of tho west, and r ,;3 cf tho south. nc-r t 3 i t completely hot weather dining )Mt exemplified la f i.r. J tho far cunt where -, vacrlcans live In ex-- : a re r diet ii.JWnshtngton doctors tell you to mold Thcro Is nothing In (he world that Hot heavier on a tired, flaccid, mldsummei stomach than an Iced melon tho Aral thing In tho morning, yet n mnjorlt of tho tnrlffmakcrs nto ttinm dally lr return guaranteed thtt llaskel Tho Internal chill their dlgostlvo or should havo Immortal lifo. pans get It a rapid cooler for tarlO Ho had just got nlcoly tettjed In reduction enthusiasm. "his last resting plnco" (4x2zC feet), Tli a capltol restaurant serves mori with his woolly head sticking out, dairy dishes and plo than at any when Cronln nttnehed n pleco of hosa other tlmo of tho year. The avcragt lawmaker cats at noon a good habl' In this country, If only he would eat digestible food, Hut he turns hli liver with overdoses of milk, poun down quantities of Iced drinks aml layers of pie and devitalizing food Tho one salvation la that roast boot generally cold still remains Un principal blood making, brain sustain Ing, musclo giving meat dish of thi i.: C. uiuuimucifruits thai uiut nnd n dozen dlfferont ncldy - C inritund Chlcngo. LlauL Thomas Cronln of tho Fiftieth street police ttatlon and a tot of Irreverent potlermsr, do other night forced Wllllnm Haskoll, a col ored preacher, to break, his wprd with an nnrol. Haskell promised tho angel that ho would bury himself allvo for seven daya In n holo ho had dug lr. a vacant lot on Armour aveuuc, nnd the angel Chat on Topics of fany Kinds, by a RccoQntaed Authority Is Labor said a bright young teacher, ns sho thought of returning to tho schoolroom. "Learn to Inbor and to wait," may havo dono In tho tlmo when It was written, but Learn to Labor, not to wait," Is moro applicable to this day and generation, for bo who waits Is hopelessly lost In A week from day, with a capital "I" t;tr f -- c- -t -, t' 1 c L nl c (witii carnlroroui temperature, capital. Hut It Is the night diners that fur nlih the moat amazing spcclmons ol menus. The bills of fare of tho lead Ing hotels follow closoty parallol lines Their prtnclpsl dlshea can be class! fled as follows: Twontyfour dlfferont kinds of lecs Fifteen cold salads. ' Fifteen different ways of cook I m potatoes. Twentynlno vegetables, hot and cold. ways. n Ur.ff decision would a t an wlin eats beef-i- .' yet thin U what Light fish cooked In IS different j ' -f UasMngton bills of Eight varieties of cheese. aro 17' different Seventeen hot roasts and entrees that leavo n oi wuicn eight were chicken and :.t la your atomach, uirm. Thirteen fresh fruits. lembers of Congress Hot After Mileage re Aa an evldenca of the recently id position on tho part of the members oi congress it might bo mentioned mat the representatives voted them solves each 1115 eatra "stationery al a Intr ft rM stwn mti 'i a no , of ...om to or 120 a year on their stationery Thcro are Nl members, four dcleentei and three commissioners who may draw this comfortable little additional IIIO allowance, making SS nil told The sum of this Item, therefore, li $21,150. Kvcry employe of the capital working force was granted an extra inontu'a pay, and as tho salarlei run all tho way from $,000 a year, experts, to $S0 a month for inesseD a a "You'll Either Resurrect Yourself or You'll Get a Mud Bath. '""i Mt c j '' j tycs rt :n Just closed U re--5 of the law as j cf tho Siity flrst con- the treasury ilcpan- akeri will get no mile- - : ," :t'k? ni a court ruling is roauo !ao f' y The hate not given up hope mileage for the ki: r ij tcssi.m, lor tney carried gem, and $2.C0 a day for pages, the i:j to t'c court of claims. (Jen. sum total U a tidy ono. Tho extra it:; r LnM recently" a repro-.:- ; pay of the senate pages amounts to trca Ohio, and one of tho $409 for tho extra session. These .'. tit Cannon machine In tho youngsters, of whom there are 16, m li tie attorney In charge of are given $2X0 a day, reckoning 30 me for tht mileage claimants. days a month. The urgent deficiency bill carries a izTtt fact that moat of tho sena-- i :1 did not return number of tho Items duo to the extra ttt Slrxi between adjournment session. Among tbcm Is one "for Hi- 4 and tho beginning of the miscellaneous Items, exclusive of n Hrj; za on .March 15 does not $2S,000." Who gets It Is not its tht'r dc:re to got tho In the bill. Another line In H c cjch "velvet," If they the bill rends: "To rclmburao the l the reporters of the proceedings and rt I', and go majority of the - a ho to Waahlncton to debates of tho senate for cxpensos n ' -' a'ry have the reouta. Incurred during the. first seaslon of the Slxty-flrs- l congress for clerk hire and P r .1 a'l ther can. '' get IS cents a mllo other clerical services, $3,240." Tho iz a iioailblo route to olDctal reporters of debates get $5,000 ' 3t o of the New fork n year apiece and extra compensation t ru than $100 for a for additional copies of their :.Uc;.-- r '. ! ofn-cln. ouw together next irnaors nnd congress- to a hydrant and threatcne to turn on tho water unNr.a ho moved. Has kell resurrected himself, whllo a lnrgo nnd enthusiastic congregation of hln nelghbora stood by anJ Jeered. tent and In Over tho grave was sldo of this a white mantel bearing seven candles. Va'ni leaves nnd ferns dded a funereal noto to tho decorn lions, Whon Cronln arrived hundreds of persons had gathered about the- yurA, Women sympathizers were In tho tent praying with Haskell. Tho crowd grew so largo that street car traffio wan blocked. Cronln tried moral suasion on Has kell at first, but ho simply lay back In his tomb with a sanrltlfled expression on his race and rerusca to do inter viewed. After an hour of this the "corpsa' suddenly burst out: "Hero, you bent IL I don t want you to talk to me. I'm fraying nil tho - Hut for tho party of which I wftnt to tell it struck mo ns n very good thing, Tho hostess Is n young matron, who Is long In tho knowledge of tho flno arts, but sho Is wofully lacking In the knowlcdgo of what 1 call the "finer art" viz., domestic science. Having been recently married and being desirous of doing for "Jack" Just ns "mother uzed to," only with modern approved methods, ho has asked tlx older housekeepers to come to luncheon on Labor day, and the Invitations stlpulato that each line must be prepared to tell and, per haps, Illustrate, somo practical way of performing srfmo household duty. Tbo hostess Is going to provldo cun nlng little notebooks and pencils in which will bo written theso discoveries, Tho table favors aro all to be symbols of labor in miniature tiny brooms, dustpans, tubs, etc and tbe favors are to be tbo cutest of sweep ing caps and tho most approved mod els of aprons, under which "llttlo wlfo" may safely wear a frock with perfect safety. The menu Is to be made up from tho recipe book prepared by "special friends," so the hostess confided to me she felt euro of results and would not havo to try thom on "Jock" first. (I wonder It ho realizes his fortunate escape?) I hinted broadly to bo bidden, to tbe feast but tho hostess with charming "No, Mine. Curtsey, candor replied: this is to be really and truly a plain and affair, without any furbelows, cannot bo classed In jour 'Novel Entertainment' It's too serious," Never theless, I am hoping tho readers will apprcclato the novelty of the Idea, for I Uiink it is going to bo a mighty gooa luncheon. much-bo-(rille- the Bhurrtc A reporter, during tho Dayton cele tho numerous brations, condemned pilferers of Wright aeronautical Ideas. They pilfer so smugly, too,' the reporter said. "They pretend that tho Ideas thoy steal were born In their own brains years ago, strange, with orango blosjoms, though, Isn't it that you alono paheads of pretty g'lrls with coronets of tent! theso Ideas and put , them to tiny roses and the brldo with a filmy practical usoT veil. Orvlllo Wright smiled and an Entire flgnro placo carde aro swered: with a standard to hold them "They havo Indeed a righteous air. upright at each plate. At ono dinner these pilferers. They actually bcllovo. for a bridal party tho place cards I am sure, that they have Just claim wore llttlo photographs of tho brldo to tho Ideas they filch. They remind and groom In framnn of gilt with mats ine of old Mrs. Harrington. mado from tho bridal gown. A neighbor of old Mrs. Harring A coterlo of college, girls had theso ton's killed n fine pig ono day. Ho unlquo souvenirs, which also served cut It up and hung tho pieces In hla as placo cords. Hooks wcro mado of woodshod. Mrs. Harrington's cat whlto Batln, with tho words "Our Wed climbed Into the shed that night, ding Cards" dono in gold. They wcro stolo a largo pork chop and carried It to prcscrva thu wedding cards of tho home to her mistress. girls ns they enmo cut, and thcro were The minister happened to call on spaces for newspaper clippings de- tho old lady tho next day. She was scriptive of tho event; altto places for Just frying the chop. Sho told tbe a few written notes. minister how miraculously it had been 1 think photographs of the bride and brought to her by the cat groom should be added to niako this "'And oh, sir,' sho said, piously, '! record complete. Tho namo of each was most beautiful to see the way tho girl was dono In gold on tho outsldo Bwoot animal brought mo tho pork; cover, and thus it made too place card chop. It quite recalled to my mind what we read In holy writ about Elijah and the ravens.' " Chicago A Tree Shower. A hostess with a largo lawn de- Journal. vised this original and pretty shower Sho had SORRY, BUT for a summer bride-elec- t tho lawn gayly decorated with lan terns and rugs spread In cozy spots Burroundcd by shrubbery with camp chairs and little tables whero tea was served. Tho guests wero asked to bring ar ticles for a "miscellaneous" shower. After they arrived thero was a short forgct-rac-not1 musical i! four Picture Taken With Mr. Taft 1 If TVIt TAKtN WITH tho Capitol, tin obscuro llttlo phoCo grapher'a shop floats on Its frontal a drapery of white cloth waring blatantly tho black legnnd: "Como In nnd havo your plcturo tatou with President Taft." Thu trick Is turned, of cbuse, by 1 IP : IT I? ka"' a f plcturo taken with T. rouio to Waihlngton. ""rg proM)ltlon. Whoth-- ' man of the nation Is r lltillymahoo, t'n all tho ..c rt'r tho nominal prleo i' ir or a bagatelle of that K'i thundering down to " I ;rjr " . -- K J. " fit 63 0b r - I 1 n '"fatness. Of ciurso, as goes, It Is absent Plctorlally speaking. All to bu nartlculnr ntinni la llll Vnnr "Vl. Hi Avenue," closo to I ent with tbo king of Amtrr. ....... ... l..rLln "vniii. uriim WHO JUS the altnplo method of Improving tho customer's tlguro bosldo tho stock plates of Tresldunt Taft with , band, as If In greeting, m In a friendly pose. Thu Illusion, however. Is very good, and tho perpetrator has beon making money over since tbo inauguration, when postcard fakers filled tho street with similar enticements. Tho Cap itol (i Whltu Houso looms convincing ly In tho background, nnd In tho foro- front there you aro In tho presidential grip and under tho radlancu of the presidential smllo. Of course, your friends In Wayback bellcvo they havo ocular demonstration that you are tho wholo show whon you como to time." That mado Cronln angry and bo beat It" to the, nearest placo where a soctlon of bono cou'd bo get. Ho at tached it to a hydrant Now, bo said to Haskell, "you 11 either resurrect yourself from that grave lu a mlnuto or'you'U'gct n mild bath." Haskoll thought that over for about 30 seconds, at the end of which tlmo ho crawled out of the grava without even a shroud. The policeman found enough of his clothes burled In tho grave to cover him Bulllclcntly to got him to his house. Then bo pleaded with tho po licemen to let him return to his grave or dig another one In his basement I made a solemn prorotso to an an j;o! that appeared to nip last night that I would do pepanco by remaining ttirled In tho earth aoven days," he aid. "I must do It or I wltl bo lost' Tho police assured him that If he dug a grave In his basement they would turn on n tiro hoo and Hood him out Then they went nway "Would youde mind Icndln' me ei dime, Willie?" manner. Each parcel was accompanied by a "Not at all. old chap. Dut its after rhyme or sentiment, which was read bankin' hours an I ain't got me -- heck was handed aloud. Tbo bride-elec- t book: handy!" pair of scissors and clipped tho rib People Becoming Interested. bons, opening each parcel as she took Evidence of the popular, Interest In it down. This with serving of refresh crusado Is given ments furnished' entertainment for th time specified on the invitations, from in a statement .made by. .tho. Nationaln "thrco to flvo." Every one was de- Association lor me siuay ana rruveu-tloof Tuberculosis, to the effect that lighted with the novelty and pro Luncheons. For riiirlnir thn vp.ir pnrllnc AuEUSt 31. The slipper, bell, rose, heart true nounced tho affair a charming suc nearly 3.000,000 people havo attended lovers' knot and clrclo (ring) aro all cess. tuberculosis exhibitions in various MADAME MKimi. appropriate symbols for placo cards parts ot the country. Besides tho 's luncheon or dinner at a three travellns tuberculosis exhlbd-tlnn- n At the Five O'clock Tea, party. 'They may bo easily made at of thn national association, there popular combination much served A home. First cut tho design out of at five, o'clock Is are 28 exhibits of this kind through Instead of iced tea paper until It Is natUfactory, then-usout the United States, iour years aa a pattern on heavy dull paper or grape Juice and ginger alo mixed. Use ago there wero only three such discardboard that comes for Just such about a third of the latter. If white plays In, tbo entire country, grapo Juice instead ot purple is chosen purposes. Servo wiu A very slight knowledge' of water the drink is better yet A Classic In Kentucky. colors will serve to decorato them glasses half Oiled with cracked Ice. They havo ucen telling this story down In the Blue Grass so long that saya the Louisville Courier-Journt Is regarded as a classic: the' colonel. "Majah," annbunced "I'll bet I've sweat no less than 17 brldc-olccte packages wore tied to a beautiful evergreen, a real little Christmas tree. It certainly was a loaded tree. for the hostess had added a lot of tin things llko cooky cutters, graters, etc., that sparkled in a most bewitching program of lovo feongs. Tho Five Suggestions "Begging your pardon, kunnel," returned the major, desisting: from a long libation, "gentlemen don't sweat; they perspire. Horses sweat" "Well, then," returned the now irritated colonel, glaring at the calm and contented critic of his diction, "by gad, sub, I'm a hoss!" A gallons!" wlfo addressed her husband You aro plaintively John William taking salmon again, and you know that you must never take anything which does not agree with you. John William smiled sadly I wish 1 never had., my dear; but whero world you havo been? Stray Stories. The 1 Poser. They're Here. have we no great geniuses writing books "Well, tho great geniuses are busy writing tho book advertisements." "Why THREE REASONS Each with Two Lejs and Ten A Boston woman who Finger. a fond Busy Boosters of the Latin Republics T jT If A, 'v of tho imputed Latin 10 work In those who ' International Huroau of it' ibllm liuiTi ' J . which, by tho way, la tM ,,,, 'a k and span uow build-H .' 'rt of pjvh ngunt for 'rlcau countries. A po-f't IU uiouthly bulletin a dl "Other .. .""""ion in what tho r" a"8. d"ln6 aud lu tto .iourr.'i of il.ni- number was the annual , I ' ''i - - 3 ' '' Rat Discovered as Mysterious Burglar. nioomtngton. 111. A series of burglaries which have puzzled n ilrm of jewelers In Stephenson county havo finally been explained. Gold brooches valued at $100 shown In their front display window have mysteriously disappeared and other articles were also taken. The police force wcro baf under suspicion fled and employes wcro gloomy. This week tho thief was discovered, proving to bo a common grny rat. Hut for tho fact that tho rodent attempted to removo a larger sized brooch nnd Its inability to pull it through a small holo in ono corne of tho window, tho mystery might not have been solved. Noting tho brooch wedged In tho holo, tho window casing torn nway, disclosing n neatly rovlow number. John llarrott Is dl whs nest In which nil the Jewelry ro mado rector of too bureau and Francisco J .posed. Tho tag on each article had Ynucs is secretary. Theso two aro oeen chawed off by tho discriminating busy as bees, keeping tho countries animal. Tho nest was composed of In which they aro Interested In the $500 worth of Jewelry. public eye. Tho July issuo covers Rattler Imitated Locust. tho activities of tho 20 VInolnnd. N. J. A city guest of Mr. Republics of thu Internatlon.il yulckmlre. on and Mrs, Iienjamin union for tho yonr 100S. Orchard road, thought they heard "Thu spirit of Internationalism lu locust singing In tho chicken yard Its broadest application was tho and, being desirous of securing somecharacteristic of relations be thing alio had never seen, stnrtcd out tween the various countrlis of Amur-le- to rnnturo It. during 190S," thu bulletin suy. Instead of a locust sho found a rat "Tho year waB inarkea by numerous tlesnako over flvo feet long surroundKiithorliigs of tbe representative ele ed by cackling chickens. ments of national life, both lu I.atlu Tho tsnukc, which wns tho largest America and tho United States, and aeon horo for years, wis capture on all occaHluns Indications of a uuuu and placed In a barrel nnd Qulckmlre Imlty of suntlmeut and community of has been vainly trying to glvo It uwaj for a day or two. Interest were markedly displayed." a is mother writes an amusing article about her experience feeding her boys. Among other things she says: boys. "Thrco chubby, Hob, Jack and Dick, aged G, 4 and 3 years respectively, are thrco of our reasons for using and recomcndlng tho food, Grape-Nutfor theso youngsters since inhavo been fed on Grape-Nut- s fancy, and often between meals whon other children would havo been given d s, candy. to "I gavo a packago ot Grape-Nu-ts Tho first Illustration Bhows a simple stylo well suited to Jap silk. Thrc neighbor whose 3 year old child was ono la takon to waist, a tucks aro mado at each Bide of back and front; the outer a weazened llttlo thing. 111 half tbo the others Join yoko and are Btltched n few Inches down; tho plastron anas tlmo. Tbo llttlo tot ato the Grape-Nut- s pleco lace, with trimmings ot cords and yoke: which aro cut In ono, aro of and cream, greodlly and tho mothlength, and aro tucked to match. Tho Bleevca aro yards silk 30 Inches wldo, i yard lace, 1 dozen er continued tho good work, and It Materials required: was not long before a truly wonderful buttons, 1 yard cord. Tho second Is an exceedingly pretty Idea, and Is carried out In palo green chango manifested itself in tho child's spotted nlnon aud pleco lace. Tho nlnor. Is llnely tucked for Uie yoko, und Is. faco and body. Tho results wero regauged on tho outsldo of eleevo. Oreon silk .to mntch Is used to bind tho edge markable, even for Grape-Nuts- . which Is entirely of plece-lacoof the "Both husband and I use Grape-Nu- ts 30 Inches wide, & yard green silk, Materials required: 214 yrds nlnon every day and kep strong nnd s wide. jit yu'-d- lnco 18 Inches also qulto pretty, nnd Is mado up in mtuvo mercerized well and havo threo of the finest n Ib Tho noxt dr healthiest boys you enn find In a day's two each liwn Thrco tuc-.- s are mado on each shoulder, and cmbroldory. side of center march." coutlnucs to Tho yoko, which Is of flno muslin front nnd back Many mothers Instead of destroying waist In front, and a llttlo way down at back; straps of ombroldery edged with nro material nro taken over the shoulders, and mauvo silk ornmenta and sown o in tho children's stomachs with candy by groups of tucks a and caUo givo the youngsters n handset tho rounded end. Tho sleeves nro trimmed when they ro begful of Grape-Nut- s band of embroidery Just below olbow. 80 Inches wide, 4 ornaments, 1H yard ging for something In tho war of Mutorlala required: 2 yards lawn wldo. sweets, muslin ombroldory 18 Inches Tho result la soon shown In In illcco laco or cambric embroidery, tbo bolero would bo both smart and greatly Increased health, strength and 'he edges are bound with tho namo material as dress is mado of. useful" meutnl activity. Materials roqulred: 2 yards laco IS Inches wldo. up in nymph green "There's n Ilcason," linen Tho laBt Is n Blmplo plnaforo bodice tha Is mado trimming Look in pkgs. tor tho famous little to match tho skirt; ombroldored galloon forms the comes In round opening at center ot front li book, "Tho Itoad. to Wcllvlllo." iieck and arm holeB; tho tab of ombroldery which V.yrr read the abate Irltrrt A new trimmed with threo Bilk tassels. appura lu Materials required: 1 yard llucn 36 luches wide, 2'4 wds cmbrtlderv. oar itruuluc, from lliue futl tlui.huniaai ut Ttir true, aud are iBtcrcat, I tassels. but-tonthree-quartover-bodic- AUCTION SALE OF LOTS ...At Hickman, Kentucky... FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1909! Pis Nice Building Lot and Ta Pillars - ii gald will bi GIVEH AWAY COSTS You may be the lucky person. FOR A TICKIGT Come ITbring your friends. YOU NOTHING- Hickman offers special inducements to investors and and to the sale s home-seeker- alike. Hickman has many more factories than the average town of this size. The Mengel people, we understand, have timber supply to run 20 years and are buying all the time. This is sufficient reason why Hickman real estate will prove a good investment. Do you know of a man fyho has lost money on real estate here ) On the other hand, don't you know of many people who have made good money buying real estate here ? You can educate your children here just as well as you can by sending them away Irom hone this sale, buy lots and build a home according to your idea, and be where you can educate your children and still have them at home with jou, which at a great cost. Come to Within the past few years many people have located here for the purpose of educating their children They many cases is worth a great deal in the formation of their character. have bought homes and are satisfied. There is room for many more desirable citizens. The opening of this tract of land will, we think, greatly benefit Hickman. We have grad ed a nice roadway down to the fine Sulphcr Spring. We will enclose about four acres of this beech grove with a substantial fence and make a park put in a nice spnng house with comfortable seats and endeavor to make this an attractive place. These lots will never be worth less than they are now. They always increase in value as soon as Lj.Hmg begins. To the man who has children to educate, Hickman is nn ideal place for you. 13 Investments in Hickman Real Estate have proven profitable to others and will to you. We have recently purchased a beautiful tract of land here and have have proven profitable to graded new streets and made other improvements. This is a most attractive place to build a home. Investments in these have operated and will to you here. others in towns where we sub-divisio- locate msr HiiCEZivLnsr Strong Endorsement. We have a copy of a letter from the editor of the Ellzabcthtown News, which .speaks In the highest terms of Henry llros., and their dealings. The letter follows: Come to the Lot Sale in Hickman. r If you enn par home good tlmo and pis. start .toward ownii.it ' Iluy a lot at thin ' get thorn at Krout.i ' your wife If h' a nice iihw newt- t HMiH'olally for ai your on Elizabothtown, Ivy., May 31, 1909. Editor Standard. Dear Sir: I understand that Henry Bros., aro going to have an auction solo In your city at an early date. They aro first class men to boom your town. They had a big lot sale here about two weeka ago. The lots sold well at reasonable prices and there was absolutely no Every sale was a genuine ono. Several of the lots were sold at an advance after the per sale, many of them at twenty-fivcent over the. auction price. There Is not a single purchaser at the Henry auction who would take cost prlco for the same now. I want to give you this endorsement of Henry llros., as our dealings with them were so satisfactory that I want your peoplo to know Just what kind of men they aru. Respectfully, II. A. SUMMERS. O ' l ; : - : - i ' i lloOSIl't MMltt ll"" hh tins for years. O hr 1 Doyle's Annex, Paris, Ky. $322 A year ago this was a rough Blue Grass Pasture. The lots averaged at Auction, they have advanced 100,' r in 15 months. and In wanner mutual In Interest to our Colleges and other Interests concerning us, und thuy aro ciples " Is It not your duty n good a home fer you'- v. 't n h en you took her from t y a this Just now, then Bet ht' home, for be .t eve- - n 1 there Is no place I ke r:mt J - Own a Home. r ('H ram-bl- woman. O Signed Statement. Clinton, Ky., Aug. 19, 1309. We, the undersigned citizens, property owners of Clinton, cheerfully volunteer to say, feeling as wo do the very best Interest In tho city and com- - ruunlty, that wo aro well pleased with tho conduct of tho,ualo of lots carried on by Henry Realty Co. on yostordny, tho lots bringing good prices but In no case oxtravugant prices, and wore purchased by Uio vory best of peoplo who, wo feel suro, will begin at once to build on tho property and Improve tho Bamo. The sale was carried on In a careful, upright, legitimate manner with no misunderstanding, but with seeming satisfaction to all. In making this statement wo do so in Justlco to tho Henry peoplo whoso conduct for tho past 30 days among us hus bocn on straightforward prin and wo foi l that wo are expressing tho sentiment of our euUru community. Vory espoctfully, Jerry M. I'ortor, I'ortor l'ottcry Co. J. E. Grtxmo, merchant. J. Kelly Smith. Geo. M. I'ortor, scaretnry I'ortor l'ottcry Co. C. V. Henslct, Cashlor 1st National ISank. K. O. Hold &. mou whom wo very much appreciate) Walker, Editor anzutto. Johnson. It. Is. Johnson, merchant. Ueo. W. Uury, Tost Master. Paul Nichols. E. II. 1). Wouldn't ytm i.i'i l" Interest than of tho satisfaction own home and In lllckmti t ' " . ' 1 ' r - Ten Dollars Son. merchants. Is the place to your money. The old residence sections woro onco now. Hnve they not proven good investments? Come to tho lot salo. Ono Free tot. ItivoHt In new Free. for a chance. Come to the sale and get a Free Ticket. in Gold It costs nothing We "Will Sell at LTJLotioxi Friday, September 17th, 1909, At 2 O'clock P. TtLe TJzlel Are by far the best, most desirable lots every offered to the people of Hickman at auction. Lots M. They are close to the Schools, Churches and business center. the To every white man or woman who attends this sale we will give a ticket which entitles them to participate in the drawing for the FREE LOT at the close of sale and Ten Dollars at the beginning of the aale. You must be present when the drawing takes place. One-thir- d Cash; balance 6 and 12 months, with 6 per cent interest; or 4: per cent off deferred payments tor 'Wm H iH 9m "V;y" bring Cash. Hickman is a growing little city. Get in on the ground floor at this sale. The public is invited to attend this sale and invest their money where it will Respectfully them handsome profits. Come and bring your friends and buy these lots. You will never regret it. You may draw the Free Lot or the $10 in gold. TKtli ..Henry Realty Company.. PRESIDENTS .t. . DAY" AT HICKMAN 5Ki OLPCST Lirt -' Ih II THE HICKMAN COURIER. Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon up the Hill COTCBER 26. MAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS TO BE HERE A BLUE MARK HERS means that ymir ub. rrlptlen km m pi red Keiiew promptly if yon want the paper to rem to you after thl month o at Success, The Courier has a Sjiankln' Good Team. Dtbsbb the Jlxles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up ESTABLISHED WHOLE NO.a-ll- ! IN THE . P' no. ue m ... nrpqTr.BS tr.KTBOKT iu HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1009. TEAR1NBU Intel national ALL MfMS Tailoring Co. fjeW SORTSsM f)aa)MJJ lHfMt atjSMfSt afS affsaf s)fs) NAIFEH BROS. BIG SALE York Chicago Jno. Creed has bought tho A. I'hllllps placo near town. It you want a first-clas- s Job, let Schmidt tho Tailor, do your work. Sco A. 8. linrkolt for tho best heart shingles. Prices lower than anyono elso In town. Don't kick If you wait and the price of coal goes up. You have a chance to buy now at rock bottom prices. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. THIS it ii a good to goby MENS CLOTHINC We are determined to close out the few Suits left from this season and on account of the sizes being broken up we will close them out at great sacrifices. when comes lo question Clothes. the of This mouth having "r" In Its nnme, tho festive oyster will ngnln board. Put mora than ono of him In our stow, please. We ourselves tisfied high aro sa- ns to their merit In producing the finest clothes for Men, and more than satisfied at the popularity of their prices. Call r- - New gold fields have been discovered in the Saskatchewan district in British Columbia. Some of the ore letted will assay SJ0.000 to the tun. Marvin Hardin, eotr of M. D. Hardin, died nt his home In Jlcclcrton Thursday morning at 3 o'clock of tho dread disease, consumption after au Illness of somo two years. here and be satisfied too. See the latest style U U and hundreds of the latest All Wool Fabrics. dealers aro pro- paring rutiandllng houses In I'aducah for tho purposo ot band ling tho large amount ot dark tobac co raised In Western Kentucky. tobacco to build Mrs. Henry Youtsey, wlto of tho only man who Is now serving sen' tenco'for complicity In tho Rssnsslna tlou of Gov. William Coebcl In 1S99, Mens Suits, worth 22.OO, at Mens Suits, worth 15.00, at Mens Suits, worth iO.OO, at .. .. . $1 1.95 . .. $8.95 $5.95 Childrens Suits at Half Price. We will make same cut on Mens Pants. MILLET & ALEXANDER. i has entered suit for divorce. The papers wero filed at Winchester. Tho days of Uio Mayfiold-Monitaro orcr and Its plant has been sold tc tho Ilaptlst King Company nt Fulton, and will soon bo moved to that llttlo city, where hereafter that popu lar denominational paper will bo pub' llshed. or GREAT BARGAINS IN CLOTHING hi'. 1. M.nt NATURE FAKING. which Ii given out do not ask you to - BLACKMAIL. 1. I: Us t . a farmer residing lu T. n , near Slaydon, ' present season a needs of which con- Iv every letter of aU't The. needs aro tolor nnd tho ach It a deep black lA'h need contains r iii I ' i ij . - t- w- i alphabet letters. For J will hare upon It another "o," and so '.r. lut Is completed. O Kentucky Is not tho only feudrld den stato In tho Union by any means Down In Mississippi thero seems to exist a stato of anarchy equal to anyj nnd It has gono so far tlint the homes of court officers nro visited by night! and fired upon through windows. Tho Cumberland Telephone Co., is preparing to build a now lino from Unlotl City to Jordan. CapL Shuck says tho pcoplo of Jordan nro get l ting tho best ot scrvlco on their system for 25c a month. Can tho Cumberland compote with that? mu-(uu- BROS NAIFEHCOMPANY. GOODS DRY In -- COMMISSIONERS County. NAMED. Fulton A Remembrance. REDLuED FREIGHT RATES. Beadles and Huddleston RciJ far Port t . r sen. rr k; Lest yon forget, wo wnnt to reJohnny Como on, Hilly, lot's hava a mind Uio parents of this county that O Uio high school course, ono of tho puff, and I won't tell you was smokt Just what you best over offered by Hickman College want ing. or any othor high school, Is frcoto ..t you can gut and O tho pupils ot Fulton county. Tho late ' It Don't whlno. If Tho constant drop of water school law gives the pupil of tho ruam In your coffoo. Wears away tho toughest stono ral district the samo opportunity as ' d think of tho mil-- ' Tho constant gnaw of Towner city pupils no tuition to bo paid. Ki t coffco nt all. if Xlnstlcates tho toughest bone ; r tat broad. IMo Is Tho constant llttlo suubenuiH A Omaha paper, that clnlms to get (!pepla anyway. If Make Uio Ioaforu hunt tho shado; Its Information from a closo friend " vou can and do not Tho constant ndvertUer ot the family, says E. II. Hnrrlmnn, detlroH, acquiesce lu Is Uio man that draws tho trade. tho railroad tnugnate, has cancer of f'c and enjoy what o tho stomach nnd Is given only three Whatever you do or Tho City Council will meet next months longer to live. Everything ' whlno. possible to keep tho real ailment Monday night. i secret has been done, and during the past few months Mr. Harrlmnn has been engaged in sotting his house lu Cook, D. order for his approaching end. 1 Hickman W. E. Jones, It.; J. J. Tho grave ot Col. Jns. C. Wilson, Craigo, D. ono of tho signers of tho Declaration .Livingston W. II. Warren, It.;-J- . ot Independence, 1ms been located H. --Trull, D. uoar tho batiks of tho Ohio river, lu Lyon W. K. Hnydon. IL; W. A. Livingston county. Tho grave Is Soxtpu, D. marked by a mammoth poplar tree Marshall 11. G. Couwell, It.; J. S. Sotno years ago Uio United States Starks, D. s (or the storing o( money, r' Government appropriated a sum fur MeCrnckon O. II. Starks, It.; C, B. an absolutely safe place for " tho erection of a suitable monument Graham, I). why do the officials deposit this money in various banks to tho gravo of Col. 'Wilson, but no Trigg W. D. Mitchell, It.; H. Q. ' r untry? trace of tho grnvo could bo found Wddllngton, I). I. It, and Melvln Hutsou, ot Alabama O IWnusc they realize that the keeping of money grandsons of Col WlUoii, camo to ATTEMPT TO WRECK TRAIN. Kentucky last week nud succeeded rt "lntion mentis n larger degree of general pros-l'- 1 in locating tbu grnvo of their grand An attempt was made to wreck tho father. Ntyv Orleans nnd St. Louis limited rtynnd is an actual necessity in the upbuild-inmorning 2G miles north The prosecuting attorney of the early Sunday ot Fulton on the Illlols Control. Cross of the country. Third Judicial circuit filed suit In the placed on tho truck. Jncksou County Circuit Court ut New- ties had .been was stopped soveral port, Ark., agulust slxty-flvinsurance Whon tho tnilu "7 deposited in banks becomes worktop: capital. The companies doing business iu Arkan negroes wero seen to run uwny from ct your mouey in circul!.tion, without spending it, Is well sas, asking penalties nmountlng to the scone. Klbven arrosts havo been made at 105,000,000 tor alleged violation ot the uiniueration, ycr it ts only one ot tne matiy reasons believed somo ot wt' t laws. Tho Courier llurdwell, and It is Arkansas i should havtran account with tho guilty ones havo been cuptured. will wager a dollar to a doughnut O that ho doesn't get CSc out ot them. -Mrs, Claudo Watnoy, of Loudon, THETho great moral wave lu Georgia purchased what sho was assured was li something flerco. Tho other day n pale emerald. Sho took it to un returning travullug man wus urrest-cexpert, who assured her tho stone anil fined for kissing his wife as OLDEST DANK IN FULTON COUNTY. was n green dlamoud, worth three sho rau to meet him on tho street. Capital and Surplus, times what sho paid for It. There This was In Atlanta, but It smacks ot aro only three diamonds iu existence. Connecticut lu tho 18th century. ' kuurler. Oct tho habit, ii our authorized ro- t a up and giro ua tho After electing Adolph Wells as secretary for tho ensuing year as nn endorsement of his first yenr of service tho Btnte board of election commissioners appointed tho county elecfor tho state. tion commissioners Not all of tho counties wore supplied, us there was somo protest from several, the voters not wanting the old commissioners electod. Tb.oso appointed for the First congressional district wore as follows: IJallard J. W. Strohm, It.; Dr. John It. Ilendlcs, D. Caldwell J. F. Morgan, K.; It. H. Atken. D. Calloway W. IJ. fJrnhnm, It.; Zeb A. Stownrt, D. Carlisle F. M. Hogencnmp, It.; , John Graves, D. Crittenden U. F. Hnyncs, It.;C. S. Nunn. D. Fulton Gborgo T. Beadles, H.; Dalley Huddleston, D. Graves A. C. Carman, It.; ,W. S. SINCE THE UNITED STATES Quality counts In Shingles. Don't be deceived get the best, by buyO ing direct from the mill. Yates & There's a big stir being nindo by Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. lot of "advanced thoyght" people 0 who claim that the world needs n. Wo understand that Dr. H. ... new religion. They are mistaken. Tho world does not need a now re- I'rather, after having been away from ligion. What It needs Is for Uio peo- Hickman nbout two years, will leave ple to live up to the teachings of the Louisville and como back to tho test ono wo have. Tho world needs less ton n on tho map. That's right, Doc, petty bickerings about tho minor como on. And awept scrota tho sapphire plain ; Then all was still except tho strong ltlcli tone of your sweet song. I stood entranced; my ou) was bound; Melodious thrall enwrapt me round. I lived again the wild uncouth Dear devious days of my lost youth; Hut llooda of song swept In and drowned singers The I aaw once more the friends ot old, And heard their voices manifold; The waste wan years slipped (lowly by With many a change ot sea and aky. With many a change of form and hue And left me happy there with you. old-tim- e sorrow-crowne- Hoft, lowaud sweet, yet clenr and itronit. Tho Kentucky Stnte Fair ManageHose the rich volume of your sons'. ment announces that It has secured While on the languid Auitutt air That awept your face anil stirred your hair n positive reduction In tho switching charges into tho Kentucky Stato Fair Invoked as liy aomu iiinulo spell Wild KiMta of tmiKlc rote and fell. grounds on nil kinds of freight, inIn Uio vague hollows of the night cluding Hvo stock, from S7.00 per car The calm stars swung iteadfaatly bright; li and $7.00 per car out, to S3.00 per A bird belated In the gloom eluding live stock, from $7.00 per car Flew neatward with bedraggled plume; A star shook loose her fiery train car in nnd S3.00 per car out They bellevo that in a short timo they will bo abTo to induce tho railroads to absorb all the switching charges nud. In fact, havo tho promise of some of tho railroads to do so aud aro anxious that all exhibitors know that they win not havo to pay such a high rato, oven if thoy have to pay anything ns they paid last year. O points 'and differences In creeds and O GOVERNMENT ' dogmas and more of tho real brotherW. M. Cason loft Tuesday for hood of man. Tho religion of Jesus Greensboro, JUL, to look after a hut a great part proposition offered him In n cigar Christ Is of tho world'M people persist In mis- fuctory tit that placo. If tho layout interpreting Its teachings. Is satisfactory ho will iuovo thero In a short timo. Tho mau who does business withT. J. Underwood has boen appointout advertising Is Just about ot n man who winks ed a deputy sheriff by Sheriff Seat. whatuesa with tho In the dnrk. Ho may know what ho Mr. Underwood Is a resident of tho Cayce neighborhood. lu doing but no one else docs. O I K "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 Also corn chops, wheat bran , etc. 1 .V V -- anti-trus- II IOKMAN BANK $05, 000.00 d C. H. BESHERS, (Successor to Beshers & Jackson) MOSE BARKETT, Agent. THE HICKMAN COURIER "Cmri Vtslim Kintack Llie IhfDm" SPEER A SEXTON, PUBLISHERS Jubicrlpllon SI a Ytar Thl. pnperitopi when xour tutwcrlptlon oilrrv You get I lia IVulrlrr lint Kl tou do Koitnia itnmnni Ve (.'Mh In Advance. nmke NO exception Tipflay, sept. Commonwealth 2, 1909 A TILME1 for you to take advantage of our many I I SHOE BARGAINS. You will have only a few more days. Come now and see the prices we offer on all Summer Footwear, then you will understand whu our store stands alone as "THE AI 10 TUP Ht NUff 1pii For surernl H ... 1 llflt wm, m I tit . Ii...i """II Who .1... . Union hoard In lliu .,.t,f, . (. " fa,. " w KM " ,r(n II. i un rAn. ....... fm A . . "I Iff U HOME OP SHOE VALUES." "to Wm. Ilnmr Mint cm. m...... iiearly forly.it nlor Mr. Ilanlv -- . . "M cc SOME COURT NEWS. Case. MILLET & ALEXANDER. Delia Naming vs York Nallllng Tom Dillon, Jr., vs Bob Chambers J F Dawes vs. W A Ropor et nl. Mary Dlnwlddy vs. Albert Dluwlddy Alvln Adams, Petition Kx Purto. Tim Farmers Bank of Fulton vs. it ii (1 Made Buggy Co. W..1I. Iladger vs. Jim Miles' Admin E. P. 'l lodges vs. Kd C. r !' 10. IAb 1 -- v tkihf i . tt ... . Ktiifii.... . ' Jim Tucker Jones, Carrying ConAppearance Ordinary. Continued Equity. . cealed Deadly Weapon. Not found. Set for third day. Jim Tucker Jones and Uuuford V, Sal for third day. Mrs." Fnnnlo Foulks vs. Dr. J. M. Henry, Qamlng. Henry on bond. iNtftchotl W. W. Meadows vs. S. D. Jim Tucker Jones ot al. Gaming. Hubbnrd. Publishing Co. vs. t al. Ti Commercial Not found. II. C. Atuborg vs. W. O, Perry etal. Grover Hodge, Gaming. Not found. Leader Publishing Co. Appearance Equity. Mrs. Jcnnlo McCluro vs. Mrsf!ou Naylor Merc. Co. vs. Till Harrison. Jos. Wilson and Jim Thomas, Es' Harper. M. Nnlfeh vs. I. C. R. It. S. caping Jail. In penitentiary. Set for third dny. J; H. McCluro vs. L. W. Graham. Chambers & Shuck vs. E. K. Stewart McKlnney and Heece Urldo-welMrs. Ida Arlington vs. Arthur Ar 8. K. Davldsln vs. Cumberland Telt-phEscaping Jail. Not found. Evans. ,. rlngton. Co. R. M. Chownlng vs. M. A. Prlnco Jos. Wilson, Malicious shooting. In j Rebecca Barry vs. Hugh Barry. Tom Itingo vs. Pap Ferrlll et'al. penitentiary. ct al. Mary Williams vs. Joe C. Williams. Albert Ropor vs. J. A. Robertson. F. M. Foy vs. L. W. Burton. Jim Thomas, Forgery. In ponlton Mrs. Mary Johnston vs, Martha II. U Puifkctt vs. Mrs. Polly Own tlary. 0. R. Allen vs. S. D. Clark. Holds. el nl. L. C. Georgo vs. Columbian Wood Bridewell. Forgery. Not found J. It. Angus Pitts, alias "T. C. Dullard,' Escaping Jail. In penitentiary. Ut.t.LAAiULjAitLiULA.lit,LAAiULAAisALJ Krele Ward, Suffering Gaming on Premises. Not found. Jno. Roberts, Qamlng. Not found Edgar Butler, Retailing Whiskey, Not found. Dick Nicholson, alias "Whiskey Dick," Retailing Whiskey. On bond Stewart McKlnney, Store Breaking, -l, on , Mrs. Jcnnlo Mooro vs. Kd. C Webb men llelow will bo found tho Uockot, .Mrs Ella Anderson vs. Western Carried to Court of Appeals. Tuu following Commonwealth casus J: F. & S. I j. Dodds Co. vs. N. C. I'nlon Telegraph Co. aru set lor the second day ot tho & St L.H.H. Jno. Keytnn, Admr., ct nl vs. Met term: Artlo Dtipreo vs. I. C. R. R. Cnr-rle-d ropolltnu I.lfo lnsiiratico Co. tbrw Jim Ilondiirant vs. Tom Dillon, jr. to Court ot Appeals. J. E. LoMoro, selling-whiskecases,. Not found. Loulsvlllo Fertilizer Co. vs. l M. t ill. Tom Mitchell ot al. Common Nul Fullerton. W. W. Tylor vs. R. L. Campbell. sauco. Not found. Slnnloy l.umbef Co. vs. Jno. A. . J. I). Lnwronco vs. Euclid McGinn-tinhnn- . Crls Key, shooting lu heat. Not llrlttnln ot al. Il(1lTJi- found. W. II. Porter vs. FIiJh Clark. Samuel Ilowllu vs. I. W. II. Bfldgor vs. R. R. Rodger. llelilman Clothing Co. vs. Naif oh Turner Simmons, carrying ConcealS3 ed Deadly Weapon, two cases. Not Bros. Pending motion for now trial. Tom Mayes vs I. G. It;jK. found. Lee Scott vs. Western Union Tel. Keck Gonuomnu Co. vs. Ghnsj II Claud Carter, Flourishing Deadly Co. Smith. Weapon. Not found. Mrs Llzzlo Cm co vs Western Union Old Woolon Mills vs. Chambers & Andrew Lohr Bottling Co. and 11. Telegraph Co. Shuak. E. N. Clover, selling beer. Not found Mrs. Marguerite Kcstcrson vs. Co Hlekmnii Bank vs. Chambers & Tom Doughty, Detalulug Woman. lumbian Woodmen. Shuok. Compromised; defendant fined JlSi. William Woods vs. I. C. K. R. Hlckmnn Hank vs. B. F. Chambers Tom Doughty, Carrying Concealed Edward B. Dawson vs. Crwcdto Bros Six casus. . Deadly Weapon. Hied away. Ilcsheres & Jackson vs. G. L. Dar J. J. C. Bondurnnt vs. J, E, IJeurlge Silas French, Retailing whiskey, 19 nell. casos. Not fouud. W. T. McDougal vs. World's Acci R. B. Scearco vs. M. & O.lltffll. Jim Lorunce, Petit Larceny. On dent Association. J. T. Thompson1 vs. I. G, IUJl bond. Thos. D. nerry vs. T. A. Prnthor. L. C. Robot-sovs. N. G, Morrlsj Howard Young, Carrying Concealed sr.. Administrator. Jake Plant vs. j. H. Plckcttt Deadly Weapon. Not fouud. T. B. Ferrlll vs. J. J. C. Bondurnnt. . Circuit Court convenes nest .Mon day at tho Court House iu Hickman and will bo In suasion out) weok. rriini Hnrnh JW Chns. Klhel .... " Njl . rsrni " IH n ur' etofm... j Jnmes vs Bill James. Whlto vs. Eunice White. Wn"1 l" ki 11 Istrator. J. 9. Phnrrls ct nl. Paschnll vs. Flnloy Ilynum. a jf I", W. II. lorU-et nl vs. W. A. Adams et nl. City Nntlonal Bank ot Fulton vs. " J. II. McCluro. Mrs. Susie. Erwln vs. Arthur Krwln. K. T. Howard vs. Wllllo II. ltonrd. J. II. Pollock vs. J. R. Polk ct nl. Km ma Ilatts vs. Islnh Units. Ollvrir Badger vs. A. U Badger's Administrator. David Mann vs. Mrs. A. I.. Watson et nl. Geo. I. Iloyto vs. I.owls Atwill. Kla Shelby G. T. Mcncham vs Administrator ct nl. Myrtla Mllfonl vs. Tom Mllford. D. B. WIUou vs. C. T. UondiiranL Jessie Ijidd vs. Albert Ruth Fuller's Administrator ct el vs.httr heirs and creditors. J. R. Bryant vs. Iuo Armstrong. -- b tan. mini? nm irau)' t -- rum MUsoi , i. MiClntiley vs. Clayttorn r. ion City s,,d u .I d b M W. C Johnson vs. P. (I. Waggoner. IMtrtncr with Mr I aILB; , Guy Howard vs. M. A. Prince. tall shoo .tor. y, 8 n ti . i "II. A. Tyler y. Jos. A. Clark et nl. , Hardy succwd.d Mr Mocrt IVnrl Carter vs. Ed Carter. U B. Whelln vs. J. L. Whelln. til IIIVII Ut'tBIll. Iflf,l- - l. U WAS nbout I, Kil Thomas vs. Theo Twlgg ct nl. when Mr. Hardr m ia i PW J Mabel Jackson vs. Ham Jackson. Leu McClnlu Guardian et al vs. . .w ears si ir tl.. ik. W. P. Muirell ct 1. oi unruy iirolhr.. McCIaIii Giinnllsn et nl vs. Kiln with those of J u j.nM siyio or tno nrm Ilvrryinnn. . Mrs. Mnttlo Burton vs. I W. Ilurto dy llrothors. li, W. K. Ilnll vs. J. T. Thompson ctnl to prosper, but a d ta place. Mr. Morgan W. A. Dolds vs. It. A. Crnddock. t... est ot Hardy Ury.it n'n J Justin E. Attcbcrry vs. F. II. Hardy Brother. L . 4r?w( stores were i a V. A. Iotlds vs. J. It. Brown el nl. ,i . changed to Hardy I . O ood. Mr. IUku jd r j .. Thrco months subscription to the then tho Hardy J!k.. ijs-r- , Courier will cost you only 25c Try the llardv. t'uiui,. I , It thrco months. It you nro not al weru cstsbll.li. J us y Taylor vs.MlniiloTnylor. A1' i.. M.. 4 Uj.ik. ready taking It tutlont. jr These Democratic newspapers that are criticising tho Republican ndmlnls trnllon for printing nn Important nd verllseuifiit required by law In a It- iiuhllcnti country nowspnp.r. uiunt linti forgotten Hint under Gov. Ik-cham's administration Important State publications, required by law and paid for out of tho public treasury, were. safely hidden sway In a Fulton paper owcud by Col. Molt Ayres. Clinton Gazette. k Some year sr.. from active r,, lileut of tho (T, M- - the grain buini. r:rC. Isi as tho lUrdy (,ra ;i I . h h fc lug his diiiliil.iu',:u Ci tin pa'nr built on A nl is Hi.tIt iv. ..... ti? b-- r d elevators In IU. r.. :;a Xtzx r,r nrofltablu linn n.,". u mill, at nan ... ik timu Mr. Hardr c n Mrs. Jas, Pickett and family nro U Union City td vUltlng Mrs. Jan. King and family nt of public oiiUTIn.a Dorcna, Mo. oi.a I: I :tt m flnnc -" U unit rftfiKl About twenty r i .. i . uit r . uu-,?r Mr liiri " ana " i - grown I Not found. Jim Morris, (col) Flourishing Pistol Not found. "Cat Eye," Furnishing Whiskey to Minor. Not found. Clothes Experience a success mainly because the business by safeguarding the we interests of our patrons, in other words, a trial order with us invariably means a pleased and permanent customer. is nul. 1.. lV.ro f l. i. iadj mnn - TriM f H jr.. f WIOIO UCftUl vimrm njfii. - U tlx n IB r Fellow, nn BJk. i K ci l Jno. Morris, Retailing Whiskey X t found. , Clarenco Elliott, Retailing Whiskey, fUR tailoring department have developed LET US GET BUSY four cases. In jail. Frank Ferrlnger, Wilful Murder, two cases. Not found. Jim Eaton, Voluntary Manslaughter and Jess Myrlck Grand Larceny. McLean on bond. J. S. Whltson, Embezzlement. In jail. Henry Hall, Potlt Larceny. On bond Jim Dotson, Assault and Battery. Jno. Jackson, Assault with Deadly Weapon. Not found. Cumberland Telephone Co., Tres pass. Summons Issued. Orb McClannaban and Oscar Kim bro. Breach of tho Peace. Orb McClannaban, Running Horse, etc., not found. W.'U Allen, Breach of the Peace Not found. Jim Campbell, Breach of the Peace, On bond. Leo McLean ttlllt i .IUH4U,i,ls,'-f r. p - t nri annual iiuin j THE FALL SEASON IS HERE and we are offerering GREATER DUCEMENTS than ever. IN- uuj' . im uny spvcui 01 ine irvun-- i ttu.t to wiiltu "icy ci .lucid, the I om ii.'.iot turn Will nitwit m u ' - - repvttoire " ln4rini ri. 1,1 mill li iuO' iiimi: 1 Airctiiiy nit' ui -- - - m . r iniits intere.icu. isu Miituiti rnuiiLie. (llturillK liuersi iinu.i-'-- "display of farm iroiz J, . UU. Tlil'VU , nun ........ .. - " . Cfr ,. ta- ttiln t niMDIl ILi3 J ar - nrtrnnlier J III lO organnu h.. u III t. in i t l. .,,, s Not fo'ind. Sam Terrlll. Retailing Whiskey, : cases. In jail. Virgil Ayers, Retailing Whiskey, Not found. FIRST An ALL WOOL line of 1200 bright stylish patterns, no mercerized cotton, nothing but pure WOOL. SECOND-O- n i r 't f" diid live stock of rut frc. ' Uit year the Irf r'ucW"1-ye- ar of Hlckmsn and r III... ..I ......mill! Clarence Cavett, Retailing Whiskey Tliiub cases. Not found, Noble Foster, Retailing Whiskey, thrvo cases. Not found. Silas Scars, Gaming. Not found. Silas Sears and Lon Cotton, Gam ing. Not found. Silas Sears & Sam Neighbors, gam in;. Not found. Geo. Cooper ct al. Gaming. Not prices have not advanced and although every ur is guaranteed all wool we show just as many pattern' styles at $14.00, $16.00, $18.00 and $20.00 as ever. roihI" In their lar tho unsucce..MI on' ducted chiefly by K tho b.- -t bct'JTM w.ll bo in 'l;''VrM s . ,,! wo bespeak a succ. urul W THIRD The system of measurements we use insures the particular kind of fit, style and individuality desired by n. each customer. and th a uauio aim FOURTH No man who orders clothes of us ever has a chance to complain, for unless the garments are all he expects in found. Curly Hardin, having Whiskey In possession for purposo of selling. Ap penl. Charloy Provow ct al, Forfelturo of Ball Bond. Appeal. Capt. Hacker, Soiling Whlskoy.etc, Appoal. It. S. Murphoy, sr., Selling Wblskoy He, four cases. On bond. every respect, we keep fully, willingly. them-n- ot under protest, but cheer- tur cnerKy to pull off tuto In Kulton couu'v ii vi bo associnieu j III Orange. Chrls'.aa buvti maKii'K for Iho U. S John A. .MCVlun thoThlrd lUJte sures us ww..lful : 1X5 imi -- j.reetorc( ..... v"u,'vjA 'Jgtt . U-pa- U Domestic Scleii A unhiuo foatur f ,ftl 2iti '' 01 ; i,rlc f. If the elimination of all chances of disappointment and dissatisfaction appeal to you come and see our great selection of Fall Woolens and learn how and why we make clothes at the lowest prices. followliiK ladles m Voavor. of IuUi!,; lliecklnrldKo, of I' 'W"U; "ajin oi ulla Marsaan, MW .Hlchor Klker, HnrroJ P1" etl bu.y for lh! sot l.fs It. 8. Murphoy, sr., Selling whiskey etc., Appeal. Continued Ordinary. Sot, for third day. Do Us and Yourself a Favor by a Look! Albert McCollough -has accepted a poenm..?V.nHTiVtTutlou of 1'"'' Dark Tobacco Growers' Association vs. J, B. V. Newton. J, D. Leoefa vs. A. T, Franklin. IllekmaH Grain Co. vs. Sam Wilson. "BRADLEY & PARHAM. m 0 principal, Is Urtl"JL" as Instructor oi n (K.o. Jones sad f homo in Fulton. their daughter with Schmidt. Tho colored iv HotiL Cth. sch-- $ " .mkjetf ""l 'r Cl REMEMBER US FOR: 11. W. W'olnefcr Is In Louisville. Cowglll's Drug Storo Is tho only placo you enn get ItEO. Hon, H. T. Tylor mndo a liuilness trip to Cairo; Monday. Miss Kra Cook Is vlsltlnc In Water Valley, Ky this week. SCHOOL SHOES TO GO BY US IS TO LOOSE MONEY T. T. Swayno has been on tho sick list allien our Inst Issue. Is it stranRC that sorrows die, at That our griefs grow less and they touch us by and by With a soothing gentleness? That the memories we hold In a grasp that grows more strong Are those of the days of gold, And the laughter, and the song? Spendthrifts with our moments is generous; Every happy day we had She one time gives back to us, Gives the song without the sigh, Gives the hope without the fears, Coloring the days gone by Through the prism of the years. , Mariners who fare afar Over seas that swell and change, Under alien slcy and star, Into channels new and strange, Still we cherish as the best, Whether home or outward bound. Not the windings of our quest, Out the treasures we have found. Twilight song, the lull of noon, night and silver dawn, Whisper-song- s that come and croon Of the wondrous days agonc Days remembrance pictures fair, Shimmering in sun and shade, Unforgotten, for they were The fair luvens that we made. lcss-Thglad-Me- mory Star-strew- Mrs. Rnrah MoDcrinott left Tuesday for Nashvlllo to visit her son. T, I) .Ilcrry was hero from Woodland Mills on business, Tuesday. K. C. II Ico was In SL, Louis Inst week buyliiR fall and winter goods for his storo, TO COME AND BUY TO SAVE IT. SEE! We are receiving our Fall Lines and want to show them to you. For Comfort, Style and Durability we have the goods. Mrs .11. Huston and llttlo son, Herman, linvo returned homo after a vis-I- t In Union City. K. II. Klllson Is In tho St. Louis market this week buying goods for tho Cash Storo. The Shelby Ladies Fine Button Boots, in all leathers are certainly beauties prices low compared to the quality KOIl SALK: Thrco-root- n bouso and lot WcstsJIIckman. Call at this office. In I'rlco 200. Lawson CnriithorH. nf Union Hltr. was tho guest of his brother, A. 0. Caruthcrs, Tuesday. II. I'arham nnd wlfo loft Sunday ofr Cairo nnd Anna, III., to visit relatives and attend tho Anna fair. Price Ranging n Sea our ad for summer prices on coal. A big saving to buy now. Phone 48. Hickman Ic & Coal Co. Mrs. L. A. Stone, whllo visiting rel atives In Greenfield, Tenn., contracted tho fever and Is reported quite sick. $2.50 If you - $3.00 - $3.50 mm I ft FOIl SALE: My hotel building an business. Uulldlng almost now, contains 17 rooms. Good location. Mrs. I. I). Price. lOtfc Tbo Mutual I'rotectlvo Loaguo of fers tho best life Iniuranco contract know of. I At mo explain It to you. H. 8. Speed. think quality counts an meritcLshould win Visit us once and then you will come again. lic You often honr of tho fellow who hat lota of "tact'but did you ever stop to think that of tho nlno-tcnth- a CASH SHOE STORE E. C. RICE & COMPANY. as has ever graced any convention in recent years. There will bo twenty-on- o governors, four United State senrepresentatives, ators and uo well as a hundred or moro minor state and government officials. As tho guests of tho Deep Waterways Association theso officials will meet In St. Louis on October 25, thero they will welcome tho president, and then pro- fifty-seven Lakes-to-thc-Gu- tact Is Just plain hypocrisy. Mrs. Sam Salmon returned Satur day night on tho Stacker Leo from Halo's Point, Tenn., whero alio has been visiting hor husband. repeaters they buy their madc-to-ord- er Our customers are from us season after season. clothes the orders filled by Ed. V. Price madc-to-ord- er The reason? we have & Co. GREAT FLOTILLA COMING. Miss Loulso McConnc.il, of Jordan, and Miss Huth McConnclI, of Union Just a word about President Tnft's so far aa City, woro tho guest of Misses lllr- - trip down tho Mississippi dtMay nnd Maggie Lee Uco last wo aro concerned, It Is from SL Louis to Hickman. When on board wtck. tbo steamer Mississippi, he sails ma NOTICE: Tho Standnrd Oil Co. Mississippi ho will wilt hereafter deliver coal oil nnd jestically down tho gasoline on Monday, Wednesday and head a steamboat parade of a scoro disFriday only. Phono CI. Moho Har- - or moro craft of all sizes with as tinguished a party of guests on board 12tf kett. Agent, W. II. of Chicago, largest tailors in the world of GOOD Cledo Hotel left yesterday for Columbus to spend a few days. From there ho will probably go to Paragould, Ark., for the benefit of his health. Heath,-o- f a tho clothes. $20 to $40 Fall and r..l:. M. Ask to see their handsome Winter Woolens, and be measured TODAY. ID. T. nlv. Ilnf.. ..A.. mnln UVIUIU JUU II1H.V n 1HUUIIDU 1... U" solutoly sure that you can keep It If not certain, mnko tho promise, con-- 1 dltlonal. If you make, a promlso In good faith, keep It at all hazards. LJVJ As to Reliabilty rai rilC! O COM r ANT, UmUi TtiUr. Ol A gossipy niau may bo Just as nean or ovon meaner than n gossipy voraan, but his power for causing dissensions and troublo Is greatly curSMALL DLAZE TUE8DAY. DROWNSVILLE ITEM8. tailed by tho fact that If ho raises VltV tirokl) (lilt - - - . nl 4 UVI' v VIVlft rn..... Miss Pearl WIlllaniB mid father nro tto much of a stir somo otlior man UTtioon In tho will punch his head. residence reK)rted bolter. .. i.r Ulchlnc llvfore thu Inrnl fir...fii.i,t..i-.- i CUW K t on tUo bcoiio. tho rusldouce Baltzer & Ttodds D. G. Company "Ill Is the wind that blows nobody good." Tho flro of Tuesdny wiped s In Hickman out two old There nro a fow moro of theso un sightly shacks tlmt ought to go tho snmo routo. cyo-sorc- of Quality Al the thought, time and care spent upon the prescribing and f Im rKaftncnriT rf vni i t rQrrin j foundation, t h e ingredients used in it, arc correct and dependable in Quality. id, ,,..,, nlld u WM only by Protruded mooting begin at lleach rk that V F. Smith's shop In September. Drove 1st Sunday Wt totally destroyed aud tho Everybody In Invited to attend. "idtnro or Slarvlu Kll)n budlJ, Tllu bnlWInit was nl-- t Mr. ami Mrs. llonry Logan, of m stayed, fully half of' It bo- - Dyersburg, Tenu., hnvo boen visiting hU brother, W. L. Logan, thjs week. S, J 0tll-tbau carrying out , W. L. Logan and wife, Miss Hcttlo PPlo sustained no loss. Williams and Hen Hundred made a otulth flying trip to Mound City. III., Satur day, on tho launch "Dixie." returning VDshawu i . . tlmo. 18 d- Henderson, tho photographer, who Mrs. Henry Logan returned homo Tuesday accompanied by Minn Thcltu has boen running a gnllery In tbo Ilaltzcr building, hns returned to UnLogan. ion City nnd will devote his tlmo to lolk I pilttw unothur necro. alo W fir. business there. Ho has conducted th MUb Currlo Kaiusoy, of Dyersburg, and both house wore woed to the ground. la tho guest of Mm. Logan and Miss Illckmnn business for sovernl mouths nnd mitdo many friends whllo hero. No tffurt Was lnn.1.. I. v.. flw. Hottlo Williams this week. loi noma of tho coal olo-to- r lo r A Louisville restaurant keeper Is suing for (200 damages alleged to havo been caused by somo other firm obstructing from view tho slgu over bis door, thereby depriving him of advertising advantages. Had he used space hi tho newspapers, bo would no doubt havo boon too busy handling his Undo to havo noticed tho obstruction at all. drug house that we know of that goes to more trouble and pains in selecting the best goods and in trying to find fault with its own goods than does this drug store. There is no other We prefer that no fault be left for our customers to find, Every practical physical and chemical test is made to find that the goods in this store are in right condition. These are our claims for reliability. lute abso- Thu now fountain given to thu city of Hickman by don. II. A. Tylor and HatT-1 aU0Ul '250 . Col. H. Iluchanan, arrived Friday, An Ico cronui supper will bo given aud will bo placed In tho railroad Thursday, Aug. 20, at MU Hottlo Wll park lu a short tlmo. Tho gift Is ono llauiH for tho benefit of tho lleach that our people may well feel proud Qrovo church. Kverybddy cordially of. When thu fountalu Is put In, the o Invited, railroad company will level tho park MUi ii.ii. . . o grounds and make n number of ""ckboh haii returned kom. .,. Watch Hickman grow, " . pare for their long river trip. Secretary Charles Nagel, of the department of commerce and labor, will be commodore, of the fleet, and will havo the president's boat, Mississippi, as bis flagship. The steamer Knto Adams, as spick, and span from Its iecent sojourn on docks as tho day when she slid off the ways, will bo In all probability, the official steamer of tho congressional party. The big: boat, so It Is understood, has been for tills purpose by President Itees. Tho big steamer David Tipton, of St. Louis government fleet, will likely bo ordered by Secretary of War Dickenson to the presidential fleet to servo as a relief boat. The St. Louis Power Boat Association has offered us services, and tho chances aro that they will bo accepted as the llttlo craft came In handy during tho last river parado as auxiliary and dispatch boats. ' Of course such a great concourse of distinguished men would not bo r.- on tho sometimes treacherous bid Mississippi without every being taken for their safety and Inspectors W. J. Hodge and It. C. Waltz are making extensive preparations to seo that tho great river parado Is a success as far as tholr Jurisdiction Is concerned. Tho soronlty of the last aquatic was somewhat marred by tho alleged misconduct of tho crew of tho srenmer Fred Hartweg In forging ahead of tho flagship Mississippi with President lloosovelt on board. Present Intentions of tho local Inspectors aro to use the speedy llttlo tug N. M. Jones as a patrol boat and to police tho fleet during tho entire trip from St. Louis to Memphis. As tho boats proceed down the river they will be nugmonted by oth-c- i craft and by tho time Hickman la reached the greatest fleet evor In Inland waters will escort tho nation's chief executlvo to tho li ndlng amid such shrieking and blowing of whistles, uud roaring of guns and. explosives, that Hedlam would bo comparatively quiet In comparison. of-feipro-cautipro-cessi- -- 1 1 9 O Helm & Ellison Have you a frlond In Borne other town who Is not taking tho Courier? QIvo us their name so that we can send thorn a sample' copy, or better still, you call and send It to your frlond for a while. 9 1 1 SHE WAS PARTICULAR TO 5 Good W cather to Paint 8 . 1 i Don't put off painting till next ipring. Do it nowt Weather conditions are good no long spring rains to soak into the lumber and ieonarriiie cootl results: no cnats and (lies to stick to the fresh paint; the paint put storms. , I Summit -- Williams Paint H 3 A, If ' , MADE TO PAINT UILOI N a S WITH is the safest paint to use. It gives the best protection at the smallest cost. 11 8 T 'ou're Koin8 t0 let us talk to )ou about Plint thi$ S. W. P. SOLD tV Hickman Hardware Co. (Inc.) FREE BOOKS! FREE BOOKSI Mr. Henry, of Henry Kealty Co., showed us a book on real estnto and home owning which wo think la the best thing ol lta kind wo have ever Keen. Wo feel confident that If you are renting a house and you read this little book you will seriously consider the question of ownlug your ow home. Mr. Henry has left a fuw of these little books at this offlco for free distribution to people lhlng In rented houses. It you nra a renter call and get ono. I Local i Glials I Oct 2Ctu. hateful afterward." ;$' "That Isn't like Mrs. Harker.coii menteil the caller. "Maybe she thought she had.rea WhcroT Tho only place in town! son to be road. I left her baby In front Tho Crescent, of course. of tho grocery while I went Into the ROPER'S COLT SHOW. If its in tho Rrocory line, wo have market and as I went out at the oth Hoper's Colt Show will bo held at it. C. II. Moore. Phono No.4. cr door I forgot the child. Anyway our stables, on the afternoon of TuesLot's make Oct ?ftl tho blKgost day, Sopt 7th. Come early us wa exday we havo ovor had in Hickman. pect an Interesting time. The premiums will bo, lilack Boy Tako your produco to C. II. Moor $10 and Mohawk 112 for tho best colt on tho hill. Highest pricos paid by each. Everybody invited to come Cypress Shingles $1.00 a thousand and bring your colts, whether by our Yates & Kfrk Shlngla Co., Hickman, stock or not. If you want to buy, come; If you want to sell, come. This Ky. is for your benefit as well as ors. Tho street committee seems to bo To those that owe us for colt sea- getting their share of trouble Just at son, will kindly ask you to settle ou pro sen L possible. or before that date if Telephono your grocery order to J. J. C. KOPEK & SONS. No. 38 tlvp Old Itollablc all goods delivered. SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENT. Watermelons gatoro. Use "Sansparlol" Flour. All kinds of moats at Moore's gre et ry. "It's not a bit of mo trytiUcJjettso Oeognn. neighbors," remarked Mrs "I've dono my host to bo nejghbarly Ijmt on with Mrs, HnrkiT. I'm ur my bout cloth and called nlmnsMio-forthe movers had gene nwnyjjjjrfnon that very afternoon. Just to'ShJhcr that I 'll'in t want to pui. onaain, i borrowed some fluor from ppr) "I always found Mrs. Harkorfljcry friniitlr when she lived near me&snJd Mrs PetMton's onller. "Oh, she's friendly enough. Iwjust that she's n little too snippy Jojmlt me. I used to use her telephone n lot It was unlimited and I. couldn't ninny bo going to the drug stonjJwIUi my nickel nnd hers was ko hnndyhat I twed to go over often. Shongrer had much to say, but I naked lion one day how sho liked doing her uwrfjwork She ald she wouldn't mind ftnflshe had ftomo ono to tend tho dgorC I didn't think tho remnrk tnctfiTIs I had been there three tlmos Ihn'ftdayV' "Maybe she didn't mean nnyKlng I always found her very wllllfigvto An for others." "That's tho way I Ing some one Oub day I rnnjnjffwbc" If she had her coal rnngii Kofiigsreii.l when I saw It wns I asked TierjOole1 me put a pot roast on nndsjySm gas. Of course I offered to" heljmirr nny time, sE"'Thnnk you she said. 'iterhni you won't mind letting baby go"tcffiiar ket with you; he's fretting to'bcKaut of doors and I want to bake souipes ' "'Oh. very well.' I said, though I don t like pushing baby cabs,. 1'IHtaki I did and sho actedlycri lit in along.' o jToJp Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the Citizens National Life Insurance Company Believing that they WANT such a company; believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stock we will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date. The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday, July 26; and below tire the amounts of subscriptions for each week; FIRST WEEK, AUGUST 2 SECOND WEEK, AUGUST 9 $200,240.00 THIRD WEEK, AUGUST 16 $3455000-0- 0 FOURTH WEEK, AUGUST 23 $469,460.00 FIFTH WEEK, AUG. 30 , In addition to the regular course Hickman College will have this year tho following special courses: Vocal aud Instrumental Music French. German. Greek. Elocution. Bookkeeping. " Shorthand. Typewriting. Penmanship. Art. "I Didn't Until 8he Asked." Ono of tho puzzles of education Is And advantages of tho new library. why some girls study a foreign lang It didn't hurt him to sit there In thS Tho high school course, is free to uage when they already talk too much sunshine, and I couldn't bo especial" all pupils In Fulton county. to remember everything with jo II their own. An lncruaso of two cents Is to bn niiido in tho near future in tho feo much on my mind." "When did you remember him"' "I. didn't until sb asked. I onvrcjl to go after him as soon as I ha.! mt my dinner on to cook, though I r ally hadn't time to go back. Still, I ant ed to do tho right thing. Was the satisfied? Not shot She had li r lint on in a Jiffy didn't even stop to wfo the flour off her bands and flew .fuwn the stnlri as If vouiu ono was goUig'tq eat tho child." "IVmbtluss sho was worried." "What n fuss about a little tUng! Tho baby hadn't cried much. A little crylnj? Is good for children. Well sho was real frosty with mo for a time, Dut I don't bear any malice, so ono day when she was baking I asked her to exchange pies with me, since It Is not much moro trouble to bako two pies than ono. Her plos aro awfully good so are mine, for that mutter, I Woahl mule. "Is this tho Crcs cent? Alright, a ham sandwich. If you please. List your real cstato with tho Cour ier! If wo don't sell It, It doesn't cost you a cenL A. S. Darken, in West Hickman, has soma heart shingles for sale. Prices tho lowest. .Mrs. E. II. Bowden and son, Hays, left Sunday for Paris, Teun., to visit her mother, Mrs. Llttrell. $6ol,7oo.oo r IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, ' W. H. GREGORY, Ky. Louisville, FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON. HICKMAN COURIER, Hioknan, : Kv Please send me full tnformotlon as to the Cillzent Insurance Company. KAME ADDRESS . National L: . for tho registration mail packages. of letters and HIDESFURS Feathers, Tallow, Beeswax, Ginseng, Golden Seal, (Yellow Root I, etc We are Dealers, and can do belter for you than agents or cammuuoa merchant. Kelerence, any bank ta Louuville. Writs for weekly pnee litt and ihip. ping tag. We f uinuh wool bags free. POSTS FOR 8ALU: Good Mulber ry Posts, on river bank near Leo Lino warohouso, at 22c each and in largo or small quantities. Fred Hay den, Hickman, Ky. Only two months until City Klcc Hon It is rumored that a curtain clement is laying its wires for con trol of tho council. Much depends upon electing the right men. and this matter should not bo forgotten I t arAauHc 219 E. Market SI. m. 8ABEL & SONS, im laea LOUISVILLE. KY. NOTICE: Your Water and Light rent is due on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH, and if not paid by the TENTH will be cut off. This took effect November I, though 'wa. hate the trouble of making . Dr. Black'' O Is No n 1906. Pay at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. office at the Ice factory. Office open from 7 a. m. until 6 p. m. any day except Sunday; and on the 0th and 10th of each month it is open Until 9 p. in. No matter wliethrf a caio ol common rrd ore ryM of only a few da) i, or a cue of gianulatrd Ivk ol twenty yean' ilanjin j. For acute coniunctnilit (common ted ante cjm) no remedy in ttie woild cquih Dr. lilack' Eye Water. The moil ag;iavatnl cairt are often cured in tkiity.ui lioun Ly thia ctlrUateJ remedy. It can be Mini t . ml with aalety (oi of eye. ITICC, la people, lioraetanddugi. , Eye iWater Reirctly I r al tot tin of Inllr, vota-lio- i of the . . ore.' "'You ought to make up the extra cost of the eggs you got of me,' shs said. "'I never knew that a dozen eggs was more than a dozen eggs,' I answered, putting thorn on the tablo, 'and they aro tho last thing I'll over borrow of you.' "Thank goodness! Thy are cheap at that price!' said the spiteful thing. "I haven't been Inside her door since then! Neighborly, indeed 1" Chicago Dally News. "Ob, It was a good enough pic. and I didn't fcol llko baking that day. "I borrowed somo egg of hor a long time ago when tbey first moved In. Of course I Intended to return them at ouce, but somehow It slipped my mind. As soon as I did think of tlioso eggs I rushed right over with V-made a special trip. Was sho grateful? No, I should say not. 8ho said I borrowed tho eggs when they were SO cents a doten and returned them when they wen IS cents, and that I ought to pay the difference. "'I didn't borrow money.' I told her. 'I borrowed eggs and here they "She had some unexpected company the next week and so sho asked tne for a plo. I gave her one I got from tho bakery." "I don't wonder she" prescriptions filled Qick ly and Accurately take them to r you wish to havo your COMMISSI SCHS Fulton Clr. Ituth Fu'lln H SALE Cowgill's Drug Store where you may get your Drug wants at any hour DJtY OR NIGHT ill's Drug mote (Inrorporatcd) New Catalogue futidant. lly vlrtae "f . of Sate of Im dored at tb- M in the nUnr ! offvr for .' In illakwan. K bidder, at I est the Clh day o'clock a. in County Cpun - Bsalnst Her i 1 t ItlK IMIIItlui. ' iiroiiurtr.towi1 of the north beliis one or t Free. inlsslunvr, as v once to !' ' 318, In th off tv Court and 0. Jours to I Jesso U. Jen' - It: rr.i is 1. l- re 5 -J SOS. now cataloguo giving full in formation concerning tho educational work of tho Wustuni Normal, mallod on application. Address II. 11. Clierr I'resldout Western Normal, Howling Oroen, Ky. ilie east quarter Also 1C arr i r west, lying anil ud Joining Ing 17 poles tlrutv aorwas 30, 1897; all th County, ivy '' to tiroduc proved secun1 .. tic. , i ' - vcicd by W O CITY TAXES MUST BE PAID. t &OC All parsons who havo not paid their O city taxes aro ruquustod to pay same Let us flguro ou that Kali or Wingoes ter Suit. Now lino of samples Just nt onco. Ilomcmber tho penalty on September 1st. You will find mo arrived. Schmidt, tho Tailor. tit my off leu .at Hickman Furnlturo Co!, store. TOM DILLON, Jr. City Tax Collector, JTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTV ordered to b' chase price, i" execute bond from tho day having the for mniit. Illdderx comply prompil I. f I Cf SJ-- " I" r f. t VER.WS J. R. BLACK MEDICINE CO.. Keonell.'Me. l Prescriptions For nuJMnes for amng the sick O . -0- L St'UCIAI. TUS riMOMAL. A Hickman Ice & Coal Co., Inc. A. O. CARUTHERS, Mgr. Mr.T.M,kami. YliS. I "mi Drat K.'rua lo ruif fa.ur louyihaj It. UukNkf , LETThK riOU UN It OK Od K C('TOUtk TO I'Mkhu. Snulk. Ma-- . I'Y. and Ut. and CMiunvUt aad iImu )i lll.ik I Waicr (U mod Many a pmbcluKKacyilU inmJt I r.crUiJtJ. MftJ nol Im".). lo rKuajnrad It luM acalf lw it fuad oa a hjhW m I.M tr..oa and iLJ WA lav (' J i)m 4th km , l vtmii tuaulf Yuui udf. Yi , m should be tilled only nitn tne purest drugs and by those ho know their husinea. More than 20 years practical experience jus us to do It right. .Suits cleaned and prosscd phouo No. 84 Work collected and dollvorod spent Bunday tux In Union i In tho city, . Mrs. llonry Hawkins left Thursday for Dawsou Springs to spund sovurtil from a visit duys, - .. .. .I . .,. ' u . gjtoii, Mo. - a iduaJ, da w. mud S.UamjvuafU. CANUJt Py t'JJ yuiitrftSJ U, you. mm DHL I 3 STOltE. CWi. i'lcv. Helm & Ellison. saUaAAlAaVAt4iiiaai( W. A. Johnston made u business Mr?. It. M trln to Union City, Friday. Union City. S. ' r-w U Dodds was in Union City, , Buy your coa S. Coal Co. Hick""" FRENCH'S NEW SENSATION Best Show on the River. SUMMER , TO-NIG- HT Popular Prices: RU3H CRCCK ITEMS. Mrs. Hello Atwcll Is on tho sick CLARENCC C. CORUM. RECITAL. He-c COMMITTEES APPOINTED. At tho meeting' called for Inst Friday afternoon for tho purposo of Inking up tho matter of arranging for tho reception and ontcrtnlnmeiit of I'reMliIont tnft und party, nt lllok-maTuesday, Oct. 2(!th, motion was made by C. P. Shumnto to have tho chairman appoint four to net ns chalr men of four aounulltnos. This motion carried nm tho following wero chosen: SERVICES AT MT. HERMON. Klder 15. 8. linker, of Jackson, Tenn.. will visit frlonds at Stato Line next week. Ho will nrrlvo Monday evening nud will fill the pulpit nt Ml. llerinon uoxt Monday night, nt 9.15. It will bo romcmbored that Ilro llaker hold n vory successful t lug nt this plnco last month. Kldi-It I. Mccks will nlso fill his im-er Maddu Olvet Excellent At the Lyric. til u Ktuii on list. Kula nnd Alia Crostlc aro nick this week. Miss Virginia Davis spont last week (ant Friday at Hickman. Mrs. Hoyt Yousoll Is visiting her mother, Mrs. W. Crostlc, this week. i it 11. T. Tyler. Mayor Dillon. .. . u Klnanoo Col. II. O. Helm. ..l- Those chairmen lu turn appointed kinan, Her nomo iuwii, ' Oct 2th. their committees to net with thorn, , . A of her nud wore de MUs Clauillnu Hlllot U visiting In it ml tht four committees nro composre- ar U r lu ono of tier ed ns follows: St. Josvpb, Mo. Qoueral Arrangements C. L. Wal... Mi. una allflUfl ' URL' Hill D'HJ' Tlnwuro and stovo fixtures at Hot-ti-- ker, Chalrmnn; C. V. Shumate, l'rof. . : iuii of her Chopin iium-i; , worth & I'ralhor. II. F. (Inhby and W. C. Bpeor. Klnanow II. C. Holm. Chairman; J. mo preparo thai picnic lunch. Let .utile with Hickman ailW. Cowglll. J. C. Sexton. Dr. J. M. was greeted enthuslus- - K. L. Keoes, at tho CroHcent. J j i Hubbard. 11. M. lslor. Dr. 8. K. Davidappoureu C. U. Walker made, a busluoas trip son. many times. to lOtUsWIle, fJrHt of i uuored the wi'uk. Hutnrtnlniuent Mayor Dillon, Chnlr per- b l j limit player and s Miss Jusslo llunry hus rulurued man; Dr. L. I. nattier, F. T. Handle, . . u liit' lllgvnt understand-It. L. Ilrndloy, C. 0. Schlenkcr. . homo after n visit lu HL Louis. I, . nU of tin' compost-tWe are unablo to get tho names clinically auru of her-- t Miss Myrtlo Slyers, of Cairo, Is vis- of Mr. Tjlcr's committee of Recept'd of a tempera- iting . J.J Mlsa Mario Green this week. tion, and will give them next week. ,IK to deeply lm-- t Mrs. LouUu Clark, of State Line, hiworo sung with Is visiting lu Illckuiaii this week. i uiiiiiom ; t' ami'K and breadth of Mrs. Iaiii Naylor and baby aro visan excellent tono of iting Mrs. W. A. Naylor this week. tarrying quality. . ed. luufrsslonal recitals In tho N'ow boost for Hickman's big dny. the past year, nuil. Minnie Crudup Vesey,' York City, lor i Vw t,ori nnJ has hnil jion from Frederick i Hnll. She liai .. tins boon studying (Dur gujjy Reporter ayis: J. T. Dillon waa In Cairo, Monday. Tho woathi'r man ought to bo kick- Uonriil Arrangements Walker. lou Sumlny, at Pres. U. L. usy night. Hon. Kntcrtnlnment regular appointment nt this church Miss Allco Lunsford, ot Hlckmnn, 11 o'clock; nho S:lt Sun- - visited her brotheer, Met Lunsford You nro cordially Invited Sunday. to attend these servlcos. Mrs. Mary Lou Suhlett ,of Clinton, visited her mother, Mrs. Hcmry Davis, O last Week. TOWN SEN D.WHIPPLE. Mrs. I'rlco Honry and Miss Lottie of neah Fulton, who aro visiting tho former, spent Monday with id rs. Louis Atwlll. u- It W. Whipple, of Ohlon county. nnd Miss Olivia Townsend, daughter of Jno. A. Townsond, wore married at the homo of tho brldo, Aug. 17. Mr. Whtpplo Is a son of Squlro O. W Whipple and Is a young man ot sterling qualities, while his bride has nil tho attainments necessnry In tho making of a loving holpmate. Congratulations. Werner, Hrrol McGehco, who has been attending tho Tenchor's Institute, left for Island No. 8, Sunday to resume his duties in tho school. , ' hr - Miss Mario Jones and brother, ot Union City, who have been visiting O Mrs. Israel Clark, retholr great-aunHello Coffin, tho negro woman who turned homo last week. was stricken with paralysis on the o Mrs. Houston Heard (neo Miss show boat "Cotton Blossom" last White) and husband, of Lebannight, died at 3 o'clock this on, Tenn., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George White. t, Jim-my- L 3 t '.ji,K l f f ' r ' i '' ' : ; Kuqua, ono of French's show boat, "Tho Now Senn Iter sation," will ajiow In tills city musicians, "tnpanlnl. She U os-- d in tho nrt of nccom-Mrs. Hoy McKlnuuy, ot 1'aducah, i.ri at hopes nro enter-- 1 Is tho guest of tier mother, Mrs. A r future x will open her studio A. l'arls, Sr. Hall Immediately upon Miss Inex I.uten left Friday for fo New York, where a iAiltcbflold, Ky., whuro aho will bennits her. gin teaching school next week. .1 Miss Nina Savago and brother, Albert, of Paducah, who have been visit-Iii- k their cousins, Miss Mllldrcd and Jim MchCec, returned homo last Sat- .Jirlto urday. 3 N Fall Announcement You will be interested In knowing that wc have received our line of new Fall woolens for men's made to order clothes sent to us by the famous tailoring firm of The Mrs. Mary Lowls Is visiting re la lives lu Kulton. Mrs. Lowls hns been visiting her fatiior, Jou Noonou. Mrs. J. T. Ulllon and children aro Ith relatives In homo from a visit Chicago. Thoy returned Monday. Miss Ada Casobeoro left for her homo In Union City, Tuesday, after a short visit with Hickman friends. A now volvut collar on that old overcoat will inako It look llko a new ono. Take It to Schmidt, tho tailor "International" Style Strauss Brothers Master Tailors Chicago and Apparell Show is now on at MILLET & l'hone 84. ALEXANDER'S, g ADMISSION FREE! gg t C. Iluyni's, an vmplayo ot tho Men gel llox. Co., had a log badly crushed yesterday at tho factory. Ho got It caught in a belt. Hon. Jnko Corbctt, ot Wlckllffc. wl oppose Congressman Ollle likely Is a proposition next year to James for ) r consideration If you l;J Congress. Hut that's all. " a tn West Hickman. Wo t t room houses In West Don Uratlcm und Miss Ara Hell l- - I thin year, fenced and llushart, daughter of W. 1). Uushart, :;" . . You can't build wero tAarriod at tho homo ot tho brldo HICKMAN, KY. a r what wo ask for In Weal Hickman Sunday. ; N aki either plnco $100 Tho report to tho effect that the -'uon ,.ttHj. paymunW. Why, c l.mt own homo? Never Loo Lino will tear down tho old dump -- : al r i.piortuulty. The prlco used as a wharf house and build a WOODLAND MILLS NEWS. A reunion ot tho llurrus family was splendid now Htructuro, wo believe enjoyed very much at tho homo of has boon greatly exaggerated. Oscar Honeycutt has been visiting U'ay Vu k 0. I). Ilrntfleld Saturday. A picture of Kulton, hna bought. Undo Joo Jackson, present repre his parents here. -of tho family was taken tho plcturo c iiowcr Kord touring car, Kulton and 1 visiting Included Mrs. Martha llurrus, her iJ mi to be Ui hamliomeat nia-- - sentative ot Hickman Is Miss Lnsslo Curlln city the other frlonds In Union City this week. l". Ulton children; Mrs. Coko llurrus, ot Bos It lit aval auven counties, was In tho well, N. M.; Mrs. Don Corum, of f" J : and wo understand thai day. Ills whiskers were three Inch' Mrs. Jennlo llurrus and children Hickman; Mrs. G. U. Urasflold, ot J I usrd on tho auto lino - es longer than tils logs. Mayflcld will return to lloswoil Thursday. MessoiiKcr. Uiuaij and tilton. Woodland; Swan llurrus, of State Mrs. Kdd Marshall, of Kovll, Ky Lino; Jns. and Dr. G. II. llurrus, of David Moskovlti,.of Ioulsvlllo, or- to : ik r and .McCollough, tho grand Woodland, and thirty-threLsu jolnid tho band on tho ganlxer for tho Order of tho Hed Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs children. The day will bo long reMen, died at tho 1'rico House last D. L. Marshall. iI '( show bont. Thoy membered. night after a week's illness of fever. i lug for Columbus, llov. Hob Urastleld, of Woodvllle, wher 7r Tho body was shipped to Loulavlllo Ky., ' tho boat. 0 delivered two powerful uddrossos this afternoon. A here Sunday to tho religious populaCARD OF THANKS. to prcu ve learn o the J. J. Maddox and Mlsa I'earl King, tion ot tills vicinity. aarruKe J. Sarrett and Miss Wo tnko this opportunity to corrl,3n' a former employe of both of tho Dorona neighborhood, wer Dr. O. J. Cage, of McKomlo, ro dially thnnk all our friends for their Is ""et- - e.at Union City, last week. married AugUBt 2S. Mrs. Maddox turned home Friday, after spending betho daughter of J. O. King, deputy Boverul days at tho homo of Mr. and sympathy shown us in our recent reavement. ',' JIooro 0 "boro of your sheriff ot Mississippi county, and la Mrs. 11. L. Curlln. fj L. I'JCHg, a popular young lady Tho Courier N. J. Corum nud Family. Clrr lt taurt. Sopu 6th, Mrs. William Tumor and daughters extends congratulations. 0 Sarah and Alia, ruturned to Mobile. Ala., Monduy evening after a pleasTho "Cotton Hlossom,"a now show ant visit to hur slswr, Mrs. W. II. boat showed In this city last ulglit. Their Initial ongagomunt hero wns Sunders. greeted with a good house. Owing to to Mrs. Kdgur Throlkeld returned tho high llseuso Imposed on show IllylhosvUle. Ark., Monday accompanl. boats, they retaliated by charging 35c cd by Miss Llimlo Throlkeld, who extra for reserved sours. y mistake we received n large shipment of fancy will visit friends und relatives there 1 Mark Jones, ago about CO yours, for tho next two mouths. Water Glasses and will sell them at a bargain! soldier, died and an Mrs. Lola died Monduy night of at his homo 1 Doz. 7 Ounce Fancy Glasses near State Line this tuberculosis ot tho bowels at the morning, Ho leaves j- Doz. 10 Ounce Fancy Glasses , ,iu Logiiu a wlfu midof pneumonia. homo of her four children. Bho was u highly respected old lady vhttt they last. Sold everywhere at $1.00 and $1.25. See and will bo greatly missed. Her Tho business men ot Hickman tire our show window. 'Better get 'em NOW. sero luld to rest ut Old getting a move on themselves for the Tho funeral servlcos purposo of doing a good fall business. conducted by Hov. Kewlll, of Un- Watch tho columns ot tho Courier ion City. It you would know tho live ones, T. Is -- ' t' ' whose exclusive local agency wc have the privilege of controlling. Wc shall find great pleasure In displaying this line to you because of its exceptional ncrit. Every pattern is of approved quality. The variety is practically endless. All the latest Ideas in grays, browns, olives, drabs arc at your service. The fashions represent the authoritative thought of the country's leading designers. The workmanship of the clothes could not be any better because the pick of the nation's tailors arc employed by Strauss Brothers, l'rlccs aro remarkably low considering the great values you receive. Wc shall deem it a privilege to show you through the line whether you decide to order or not. It will be well worth your w hile to spend a few minutes with us. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Arlington and Mr. and Mrs. Jno. H. Lunsford and little son, who havo been visiting Jno' Funeral services took place at tho V, Davie and family at Washington home ot his parents Tuesday afterCity, will bo home Saturday. noon at 1 o'clock, and wero conductMisses Mamlo Moss and Annlo ed by Itov. Price, ot Fulton, and llov. Cheatham, of Union City, and Mrs. Waters, of Hickman. Tho remains Mrs. Emma Moss, ot Martin, Tenn., wero laid to rest In tho City Cemehavo returned home, after a pleasant tery In the presenco of an unusually visit to tho family ot Mr. Will Moss. large crowd of sorrowing friends and relatives. The pall hearers wero Our wee wlnsomo little friend, a Floyd Naylor, Guy Hale, Fred Case, lady of tine attainments will soon Oce Harris, Clarence Itecd, Goalder leavo her homo to become tho queen Johnson, John Meacham and Harold We withhold of another household. DoBow. tho name nnd wish her many blessTho bereaved friends and relatives ings. com- After a two weeks' lllnoss of typhoid fever, Ciarcnco Corum died at his homo In this city, Tuesday morning ut 1:30 o'clock. Foi soveral days ho was considered a very sick boy, and although his death was not unexpected, tho sad news was a great shock to his many friends. Clarence wns born near this city, May 25, US88, a son of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Corum, and next to tho oldest of a family of eight children all of whom survive him. Ho was bare ly past 21 years of ago Just In tho bjooin of young manhood and his soul was tilled with hopo and ambition, which a few short weeks ago wero more than propitious. Ho was a boy of Industry and good habits, enjoying tho fullest confidence of his associates In both business and social circles. In tho early part of tho present year, ho professed faith lu the "Giver of all good gifts," and later united with the Episcopal church. In fact, tow young men were held In higher esteem than Clarence Corum, whoso name, It would seem, has been untimely stricken from tho rool of human existence. Young Co rum's ambition In bis business career was that of law, to which end he has been working for some time. During the school year ot 190S-9- , ho attended tho Stato University at Columbia, .Mo., and was advancing rapidly with his studies. Slnco the early part of the year, however, ho has been at home where ho looked after tho Interests of several of tho largo dally papers, and held a position with Schmidt's Tailoring establishment. have the sympathy of tho entire O into munity. the? fishing business as it wont Yaln Wo aro contemplating' going . E. R. ELLISON, and farming at present seems an Impossibility. A great crowd of us went down to the Mounds last week and week beforo last and still talking of going ngaln. Mr. G. Roper and wifo and Mr. and Mrs. Dondurant went Tuesday. .o At last tho north pole has been reached. Dr. Cook, an American, has tho honor of being tho first man to reach this long sought spot. Ho start ed on this expedition In tho summer of 1907 and reached his goal April 21, 190S. Hundreds ot lives havo been lost In vain attempts to accomplish this feat. The conimlttef on General Arrangements met at the Courier offlco Tuesday night and arranged tho program to bo carried out when President Taft visits Hickman, Oct. 2C. It has been submitted to tho President for his approval. Let us put In your winter supply of Coat now. After Sept. 1, the price will go up. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Tho resldenco of J. W. Chambers, nt Fulton, was destroyed by flro Wed uesdiiy morning. Mrs. W. J. Cook nnd children are lu Water Valley this week visiting her mother. A number ot Hlckmnn cltlezns aro attending tho circus at Fulton today. Dr. Tho Hardy Grain Co., of Union City, and ono ot tho largest firms of tho .kind In West Teuncsbce, Is In tho hands ot a receiver. This Is tho sequel to tho tragic death of Mr. Hardy, who shot himself last week. His liabilities are said to bo $200,000 -- c- a- vw bo-(- il . e ': 1 - ac Horace Luton was here from Fulton first of tho wcok. and assets nominal. A scoro or more ot Fulton county farmers will bo big losers by reason of having wheat stored In the Hardy elevators. This failure also catches a taw of tho business men of Hickman who were interested in business with Hardy. Whether tho grain company will bo able to pay Its creditors anything remains to bo seen. Some of tho more optimistic have hopes that u small per cent will bo forthcoming. When tho state of Mr. Hard's affairs became known to the public Saturday afternoon, rumors wore afloat as to the condition of the Union City Trust Co., of which Hardy was president, and other business concerns lu which ho was Interested, and to tho effect that his death was noc accidental. In consequence, a run wns made on tho abovo bank Monday morning. Other local bankers vent to the rescuo and tho run passed away when It was found that tho bank was perfectly solvent. It Is said tho Mr. Hardy curried about $50000 life and S1G0OO accident Insurance, payable to his wtto. At any rote, his failure will bo felt by many ot tho concerns In which ho was Interested, as well as the banks with which ho did business. ir,. XtlBisp-- V Kitchen Plumbing. Good plumbing ift the kitchen is a matter of ereat Importance to health. Old fashioned sinks with closed-i- n piping are lodging place for vermin, moii-tuand dirt which brings about serious re A BIG BARGAIN! - illness. If the plumbing of your kitchen is old, unsightly and unhealthy, let us quote you a "Sta8ilanr' price on installing a e Porcelain Enameled sink with open plumbing. Our prices are reason able; our work high class and wlut you pay lor tius modern tutcnen equipment may save you money in doctor bills. snow-whit- 7QC f?Cc ( ar oiixrEssr cafe bo-lu- g COTTON & ADAMS nnprriared to find any ontt la the lllrary. For a mere second his gaze left Maltland and traveled on lo tho girl, then to tho rilled safe taking lit tho wbolo significance of Iho scene. When ho poke, It wan "Ily Owl!" ho cried at If dazed. or, rather, tho syllables seemed to Jump from his lips llko bullets from n gun. Tho words shattered tho tableau. On their echo Maltland sprang and fastened his fingers nround tho nthor'a throat. Carried off his feet by tho sheer ferocity of tho aswiult, Anlsty gave ground a little. For an Instant they wore swaying back nnd forth, with advantage to neither. Then tho burglar's collar slipped nnd somohow tore from its stud, ghlng Maltland's h:inds freer play. His grasp tightened about tho man's gullet, ho shook him mercilessly. Anlsty staggered, gasped, reeled, struck Maltland once or twice upon tho chest feeble, wolghtless elbow Jabs that went for nothing, then concentrated his energies In a vain attempt to wrench tho hands from his throat. Heeling, tearing at Maltland's wrists, fnco empurpling, eyes staring In agony, he stumbled. Mercilessly Maltland forced him to his knees and bullied him across tho floor toward tho nearest lounge with premeditated design; finally succeeding In throwing him flat; and knelt upon his chest, re talntng his grip but refraining from throttling him. As It was, all strength and thought of roslstanco had been choked out of Anlsty. He lay at length, gasping painfully. Maltland glanced over his shoulders and saw tho girl moving forward, apparently making for tho snitch. 'No!" ho crlod. peremptorily. "Don't turn off tho light pleasel" "Hut " sbo doubted. ' Let mo have those curtain cords, it ycu please," ho requested, shortly, She followed his gaze to tho Interpreted his wlshos, and was very quick to carry them out. In a trlco sho was offorlng him half a dozen of tho heavy, twisted silk cords that had been used to loop back the win-daw- el passing In my ear wlrh a friends. Just for a Joke I thought I'd steal up to tho houio and see huw you 11 hanc wero behaving yourselves, again I happened to too this light And through tho library windows," Maltland, putting nn Incautious hand tiron tho bull's eye on the desk, withdrew It tntlnnlly, with nn oxclnmatloa of annoyance and four scorched fingers. "He's been at tho safe,' ho added quickly, diverting attention from him self. "1 was Just In tlmo." "My said Hlgglns. with emotion. Then quickly; "Did 'o get nnythln', do you think, sir?" Maltland shook his head, scowling over tho butler's burly shoulders at the rapidly augmenting concourse of servants In the hallwny lackeys, grooms, n backmaids, cooks, and what-not- ; ground of pale, scared faces to the tableau In the library. "This won't do." contldored Maltland. "(let beck, all of you!" he ordcrod, aternly, Indicating tho group with a dominant and Inflexible forefinger. "Thote who are wanted will be sent for. Now got Hlgglns, you may stay." "Yes, sir. Yes, air. Hut wot as "orrld 'nppenln', sir, If you'll permit wa wor-trd!- " rrty Farmers and Merchants Bait Clinton Street, Illckmftn, Kentucky. ....ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE That vre offer BASIS,,, Other Inducement to depositors. are or iccondary Importance, Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Pnlronnfe II. BUCHANAN, President. J. A. TMOHPSON, Cul,tf n. UIKUCTOKS Uuchsnan, J. J. C. Doodurant, 0. II. ThrtlkelJ, 1C M. Isl.r, T. A. Lodford. Dr. J M Jwn lUuf7MK THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST ii I WAY TO me " listen. Thlt Dan Anltly, tho notorious Jewel thief, wanted badly by the police of a dozen cities, You I'm going now understand? to motor to the village and get th conttnblet; I may," he Invented, desperately, "be delayed may have to get If thlt a detectlvo from llrooklyn. scoundrel stirs, don't touch him. Let him alone ho can't escape If you do. Above all things, don't you dare to that gag!" "Most cort'lnly, sir. I shall bear la "I won't. man Is Ho quiet and mo Anltty--Handso- TRANSFER MONEY , nn ' l II I lim " I I. Arm im ii i hsssm BV ... LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE hr rates ti local uaniqer CUMIERUMD TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPH CI ...lUft STICK IS C8MPLETE AID . ,, cjrtalns. For an Instant They Were Swiylng Back and Forth. and strength. Maltland cared little for his otll glances; he was busy. Tho burglar's ankles were next bound .together and to tha lounge leg; and, an Instant later, a brace of about the man's neck and the nearest DirTIIDCC support entirely eliminated him as a possible factor In subsequent events. "Those loops around your throat," yAAfoJu Y-rl.t-v&t Maltland warned him curtly, "are COPVHtOHT lOT NIL L f O. Th ROI M I loose enough now, but If you s truss! a SYNOPSIS. Then, abruptly, tho sun went out; they'll tighten and strangle) you. out tho adventure; and to ocar thlt, i at least, such was the effect; the light ImmeAnlsty nodded, making an Inco- to forget or overcome It, took reaching- - his of tho hand lamp vanished utterly, ""Mad" Dan Maltland. oil heels, scampcrlnc madly New York bachelor club, met an attractherent sound with his swollen tongue. diately to his oppressed with blur swimfear lett for tho road, ive young woman at the. door. Janitor leaving a been Duncan assured him no ono had worn-in- 's ming against the Impenetrable hlack-ness- . At which Maltland frowned, smitten ho should find tho girl gone with the thoughtful with a now consideration. within that dnr. Dan discovered a before his eyes.. linger prints In dust on his desk, "You mustn't talk, you know," he Jowols. Ills lips opened; but a small hand lion with letter from his attorney. That she should prove untrue, faithatMaltland dined with Uaonerman, Jils fell firmly "upon his own, and a tiny, mused half aloud; and, whipping forth less, lacking even that honor which torney. Dan set' oot for Cr.enflnlds, to During his walk tremulous whisper shrilled la his car. a handkerchief, gagged Mr. Anlsty. his family Jewels. Vtoterblally obtains In tho society of Jet the country seat, he met the rounn After which, breathing hard and in a "Hush ub. hush!" a consideration of sucV a woman In gray, whom he had seen leav- roazo of perplexity, ho got to his feet. criminals "What bachelors' club. fig his down. Ho axed IU Her aauto had pottlblllty was Intolerable, at much lly ruse she coming. Already his hearing, quickened by tho "Steady . . . soma one He of Ignorance. "lost"' him. Maltland. on renchlne home, . . . emergency, had apprised him of tho so as tho sutpente not, tho iewcjs." lurprlsed lady In Kray, cracklnc the safe believe her could not, would :ontatnlng "his gfinn. She, apparently, Imminent hazards. It capablo of Ingratltudo to rank; and He heard Uio'dull musical' clash of situation's crook. Daniel teok him for a Anlsty. .Maltland opened them as her hands swept them back needed not the girl's hurried whisper, fought fiercely, unreatonlngly. agalntt Jewels, and Into tho bag, and a cold, sickening fear "Tho servants!" to warn him of their bis safe, took therefrom the tave them to her, first forming- - a part- rendered him almost faint with tho dengcr. From the rear wing of the the conviction that the would have folnership In crime. lowed hor thievish Instincts and sense, of trust misplaced, Illusion, re- mansion the sounds of hurrying feet made off with the booty. A solved Into brutal realities. His fingers wero distinctly audible, as, presently, Judgment meet and right upon him CHAPTER IV. Continued. closed convulsively about her wrists; wero tho heavy, excited voices of mpn for hi madness! The Interior of the safe wai and tho moro shrill and frightened lri a shape little different from but alio held passive. Heart In mouth, ho reached the "Ah, but I might have expected cries of women. that of the ordinary household stronggates, passing through without disHeedless of her displeasure, Maltbox. There wero several account that!' camo her reproachful whisper. covering Jirr, and was struck dumb books, ledgers and tho like, together "Tako them, then, my ray partner land seized tho girl by tho arm and ni.d "wltlcst with relief when sho with some packagqs of docketed bills, that was." Her tone cut llko a knife, nrged her or-- r to tho open window. stepped qulctlj from tho shadows of Ja the pigeon holes. "The cash box, and tho touch of tho canvas bag, as "Don't hang back!"' he told her ner- a low branching tree, offering him a Itself a Bafe within 'a "safe, showed a she forced It into hjs hands, was hate- vously. "You must get out of this bo- guiding hand. foro they seo you. Do as I toll you, blank face broken by' a small combi- ful to him. "This "Como." sho said, quietly. please, and wo'll savo ourselves yet! "Forgive mo " he began. nation dial. Behind this. In a bo wo both make a run for It, wo'ro way." heir"Uut llstcnl" If creted compartment, the Maltland Without being exsctly conscious of For a Bpaco he obeyed, the silence lost. Don't you understand?" looms languished, half forgotten of at first seeming, tremendous; then, "No. Why?" alio demanded, reluc- what he was about ho caught the their headless owuer. In both his own. "Then." ho exThe cash box comblpatlon offered faint but distinct, he heard tho Unklo tant, spirited, obstinate and lovely In hand almost passlonatoly "thon yon 1 ulted less difficulty than had the outer dial. and slldo of tho brazen rings support- his eyes. "If he wero nnybody else," Maltland didn't" Maltland had It open In. a .twinkling. ing tho smoking room portiere. His volco choked In h!a throat, llet His hand sought tho girl's; she had Indicated, with a Jerk of his head toThen, brazenly lifting out the Inner face, momentarily upturned to his, framework bodily, ho thrust a fum- not moved, and tho cool, firm pressure ward tho burglar. "Ilut didn't you gleamed palo nnd weary In the dreary He boo? Ho must bo Maltland and ho's bling liand Into the aperturo thus dis- of her fingers steadied him. my double I'll stay, brnzen It out, llzht; tho face of a tired child, closed and pressed the spring, re- thought quickly. troubled, saddened; yet with eyes In"Quick!" ho told her In tho least of then, as soon as possible, mako my leasing the panel at tho back. It disaway, appeared as though by witchcraft, whlspcrH. "Lcavo by tho window you and Join you by tho gate. Your expressibly sweet She turned He ready for tugging at her hand. and Uie splash of light from the bull's-ey- opened and wait for me by the motor motor's there wait! (TO UU CONTINUED.) discovered a canvas bag squatting ccr." mo" "No!" humbly In the secret compartment; a But she had grasped his Intention There was no time to remonstrate acd was suddenly become pliant to his PnOOF OF BIGHT IN PLANTS. fat little Canvas bag, considerably soiled handling, such as Is used with her. Already ho bad slipped away, will. "You're wonderful!" sho told from much shaping a courso for tho entrance to him with a little low laugh; and was Naturs Student Comes Forward with by banks for coin, a sturdy, matter-of-me- t, Convincing Argument. every-dasort of canvas bog, the passage. Hut tho dominant thought goite silently as a spirit. with nothing about It of hauteur, no in his mind was that at all costs the Tho curtains fell behind her In long, "Darwin believed that plants could or ostentation, girl must bo spaicd tho exposure. She straight folds; Maltland sttllod their air of to betray the fact that it was the re- wes to bo saved, whatever the hazard. swaying with a touch, and stepped sco, and I hollevo so, too," said a naAfterwards ceptacle of a small fortune. back Into tho room. For a moment ho ture! student "I was reading on my veranda th The tapestry rustled, but he was caught tho eye of tho follow on the At Maltland's ear, Incredulous: yet too far distant to spring. He floor; It was upturned to his, sardonic- other day; ono foot was near a large ''How did you guess?" she breathed, Ife took thought and breath, both crept on with the crouching, vicious ally Intelligent. Hut tho lord of tho convolvulus. The tendrils were pointbr.efly, and prevarlcatod shamolessly; attltudo, tnontal and physical, of a manor had llttlo tlmu to dobate con- ing outwards, but In n few minutes I heard them rustle faintly thoy wors sequences. "Bribed the head clerk of th safe panther stalking Its proy, I.lko a thunderclap from a clear sky Abruptly tho door was flung wide turning towards my shoe, They began manufacturer who built this," Hlslng, ho passed over to tho center tho glaro of tho light broko out from and a short stout man, clutching up to advance towards It, moving as a tnble, the girl following. "Steady with the celling. Maltland paused, .trans- his trousers with a frantic hand, burst very sluggish sorpunt might have dono, the light," he Whlsnored; and loosed fixed, on tiptoe, eyes Incredulous, brain into tno iiDrary, uranuisning over- and by tho tlmo I had finished tho Joke column they were within a fow Inches tho string around the mouth of the striving to grapplo with tho astounding head a rampant rovolver. "'Ands hup!" he cried, leveling at of me. I went Indoors then for dlnnur. bag, pouring Its contents, a glistening, discovery that had come to him. Tho third factor stood in the door- Maltland. And then, with a fallen On my return tho convolrulustondrlls, priceloss, Homing, Irldltcent treasure way. Blonder and tall, In opening dress countenance: 'ravins, sir! dltgustcd, had resumed their outward upon tho table. horde, march towards tho rail. as was Maltland a light, full over- You. MUler Maltland, sir!" "Oil!" said a small volco at his side. "I got a polu and set It up a foot "Ah, Hlgglns," his employer greettd And again and again: "Oh, Oh! Oh!" coat hanging open from bis shoulders; from tho nearest tendrils. In ton minMaltland himself was moved by the ono hand holding back the curtain, the tho butler blandly. Hlgglns pulled up, thundorstmck, utes thoy were creeping sturdily wonder of It. The Jewels seemed to other arrested on the light switch. His thoy urt pole. towards till the room with a Hashing, amazing, Up dropped open and his eves, too, panting and perspiring with agitation. twlnqd the Itabout , coruscant glamour, ratnbowMIko, Ills wuro protruding with amazoment. i'a His fat cheeks- quivered like tho wat"flow oould thu cmivulvulut tendrlli breath came hot and fast ;as ho gazed ture for fuaUro ho was the counter- tles of u gobbler, and his eyes bulged upon tho trovo; a queen's ratnsoni, a part of tho man boforo him; in a word, an, by degrees, hu becamo alive to the approach my foot and the polu, both placed In tho opposite direction from situation. fortune Incalculable even to Its owner. hero was tho real Anlsty, Maltlund began to exDlaln. forestall tho light, unless they nwt Yes, the Th a wondw of It all saved the day As for tiio giri, ho, though,' that tho wonder of It must have struck her for Maltland: Anlitr'a astonishment ing the nnibarrassmonts of crocs exam-- ' must have sight, these plant, or the) couldn't trot about In thu silent, clswi moro complete Inutlon. dumb, Not a sound came from the was sincere aid t "Uy the merest accident, lilgglna, I way they do." In that, unl fcu Maltland, be bad boon Dot where she stood. s Soft yet strong, they wore excellently well adapted to Maltland's needs. Unceremoniously he swung his cnptlvo over on his side, bringing his neck and ankles In Juxtaposition to the legs of that substantial pleco of furnlturw, the louugo. His hands, the first to be secured, and tightly, behind his back, Anlsty lay helpless, glaring vindictively the while gradually liu recovered consciousness jluuij cjujwn partly-colore- mind wot you "You'd best." grimly. "Now I'm o.f. No; I don't want any attendance I know my way. And don't touch-t- hat man till I return." "Very good, sir." Maltland stepped over to the safe, glanced within, cursorily, replaced a bundle of papera which ho did net recall disturbing, closed the door and twirled tho combination. An "Nothing gone," he announced. Inarticulate gurgle from the prostrate man drew a black scowl from Mali-lanllecoverlng, "Rood morning." h said politely to the butler, and striding out of the house by tho front door to slam that behind htm, was enrt-fu- l ere darting Into the shadows. The moon was down, the sky a cold, opaque gray, overcatt with a light drift of cloud. The park secme-- very dark, very dreary; a icarchlng breeze was sweeping Inland from the sound, touching sadly In tho tree tops; a chill humidity permeated the air. precursor of rain. The young man ahlr-ercboth with chill and reaotlutv from the tension of the emergency Just past. He was aware of an Instantaneous lots of heart, a subsidence- - of the elation which had upheld him through- says" -- Absolutely THE Chase & l.l.phoo. ua whan In BEST- Products. Teas. FRCSH Unri Hcinz'5 Varieties of Pure Food Gall oa or nillionaire Canned Goods. Sanborn's Coffees and or PEEDSTUPrS, n4 of GllOCKKIBS. 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Idwtl Urol THE OLD FLOWER-BED- , skeleton, My back was so bad I could hnrdly walk and tho kidney sccro-tlon- s dered, I t w ! .iu ltt and serpents tin tr power. iiiuia iiniiu-it in wenderful, 1, iir r. liimh mnt iiir llon N OLD negleelel flower bed! What memories It stirs Of hiiipy ilay uf loim JhtmWi w 1 I i nun wrnild say. ." l yuu e very on rrf "state Utopia hers That tended, faithful, lov. Incly. The cnictit, and the fleur-de-ll- Of Hint naiit dear hands cf n i" y: "' they good , wlien that ftmlf w i (Ua snelal , . I lie descend-.,,,- ! lit ,fc our Bfwl pirtur Now weed Was And A sronlns yield. sml crass sra where ruae and lily's ldl i jt i. rern y "b . lrtU-- . To Is flllixl with tn, KMIierln; In tar lUynlan Debt. llili old neglected ImiI. her fair hsnds are r It b rn rIkisIs of flowers dead, f i , r to 1 prkt. trotibt,"' ye. AsJ If i will own mlalake , B.' r ' 9 , r mark. in,M W wow when i Aspic Jelly with Eggs. This Is nuother good suliBtltuto for meat, and can bo prepared on Saturday, Mnko an nsplc jelly by tiling any rich stock, well seasoned whllo boiling. To every two quarts of stock ndd a box of gelatine. Add lemon Julco, and pour halt of the Jelly wbllo soft counting In a pan. Add aorao I'KC notca as to number ponched in boll-Inwater which la rapidly atlrrcd tho egg aro dropped In. Thta will preserve the ahapo of tho egg. Aftur tho first layer of aspic la stiff, ndd tho eggs and then pour over thorn th rest of the Jolly which has boon kept warm and liquid. Tho layers ahould bo each an Inch thick with tho eggs In tho middle. Horvo In squares vrlih nn egg In the center of each. On lettuco .leaves, with a garnish of plcklo this Is a delicious and a filling dish. g bo-for-t) i'jIk It whn row. non tayi tock'n Asi savs: "Sunday th: Jd bo dono on Saturday." j U 'rjf, for evcrybody'a sake. ood -Ior cxtr" U tho but ,n urara,r ,hor dhIi. t : to itrd r. t be heavy ineala and they of a nature which can be 1t frt.irrJ on Saturday aa nearly as poi;'t'c Tbf jx'a'oes can be boiled the day r.a creamed for dinner; even be'.:,-inci'.-- i art many kinds good If Cooking on Sunday. .. irichmnn 'y Jf r.r tie i 'h" lesding meat dlh, and for thero arc-- ninny sntltfac-to- n llollqd aalmon U . J i'.ihfs the day before and Kite ; h rajonnalse. Moon-Kitte- Scotch Woodcock Salad. In Lotus." Japan with came It It built, on tne tt!i f linn cf American tororltlos, but bavl in fcr I'j etpeclal object tbo of tho home Interests, and tie r.'lntry art In particular. Much The Ttt-- v n b a society tUra'lon It paid to domeatlc Is tie society tlnary aclence at Tokyo whera this crlr.lntcd Prturve Oretn Corn. Pit the corn after bulking Into a cf be lllnc water. Itemoro and ret the csrn from the cob. ipread In liillow rant and dry either In tho To Ir-f- r This la a combination of walnut f cup colery. meata (ono cup), (cut fine), and six large olives. Cut Ml up with sharp knife, and add one-halt teaspoonful of extract of bcof; serve with tho following dressing: One largo tablespoon butter, ono of flour, ono cup hot milk, n cup of f teaspoon chopped cheese, parsley (chopped), and salt and paprika to taste. Mix tho butter and flour to a paste, add hot milk, paprika and parsley. Then the cheese, beef extract and salt. Tour over tho nuts, olives and celery, and servo on lettuce with a garnish of radish ro settes. ono-halone-hal- Tut away In las cr In a ilow oven Teaching Boys' to Cook. tact Defore using soak It orcr In most of the Norwegian schools IV) not omit boiling the corn t!t,4t licet three mtnutei a this aet tho they art) teaching the boys how to cook ana prepare turals. They seem clU la the cob. MY l DYING VINE. I.lTKni) a iltnc It f "pr--5Tie f trln from oft Ihe wall. came reluctant, and Wlifrrfora" I IJ rllnlnc to a IU" on with death T line In acaln thfo green liood ! low to think It Is quite aa necessary for them to learn the art aa for the girls, and Indeed, many an occasion might nrlse In a man a life when ho would be glad of such a knowledge. ON THE LINE. (WI.I.KP out to a nelchbel Ilanpnc clothe upon th line. T'.f Am The All Alai." th. vln replle-- t "lli'M ar nit I. other crowthi are The tranter. rirlt . Auit what then live-t- wltherlnc: hat I. mylf dylnc. The ky nne." wUiert l.ei-- t HT I w-- lovely. clear and boot It rpotal: cf the arntlent Joy r,t nr. ..! In Ihrji, my Ku la: I Ihe what mattert. Ihn lo In. It thlnt full Her mouth clothe pint, when My mlKhbor antnered m And ld: "The clottiet are In my way Tho iky I canaot see,' zx ouC A thlt slorlout form It . .r. II K illinnarnr I nn.n,ni. ill -uuanuiu. I" a letter written to a Mesa tick In Kncland: "Hero In this ' Wcrld our atilpa aro pcatcrcd Tbe jj n lr - Word on Codflth. Ther hid ties tbe Joy of life. And bo It It with mott el u Our trouble; petty it rife. And all the small anxie lth s then, and tlnce, tho water of Old Time Utentlls. Erit'and teem with n A porringer, as wo now understand iit. nut.) hitraiur man lurs: It, I a small, shallow basin. Tho old vnth rrndy for tho woorcaL Kngllsh torra signified a deep cup, r rtldy for tun nti.l .nl.. ....m.i. nnd with a caver. They . . I.h3 wi- -- i . nnilll. were In many altos nnd usually of in ti.n in mriu t.. u iiri ni it it rarulr metal, pewter or stiver. Chlldron usu - . ... mi wo uo not nnnrccl. ally nto from them. Wordsworth, In his "Wo Aro Seven." aaya: "And oft be r n n Vftrely , w on, after sunset Sir, When It is light y rhredJcd Into a cream nnd fair, I tnko my llttlu porrlngor w tireuuc(l cod. adding and oat tny supper there." Tho Wnrmlng l'nnj This sounds as M'x thlt ti, an, g00j i,rown It It wcro a kitchen utensil, but our ..njj.jiru pnriiey ana sorre. forefathers used It to wnrm the beds of tho poorly heated houses In'o oral or nn.l of a century ngo. -' KK 1DIK8 and tllBlhn.l nntn. Tho warming pan was of circular , 0. UK U . " . "iHuq UIIU ITT 111 metal, about a foot In diameter and threo or four inches deep. It had a Ul'eil- Onll- .t.r.,,1,1 .1i n ii . b iin long, wooden handle, and a porfornb u i . o.iwuia in ..i.i od brass or copper cover. It was kept hanging by tho fireplace, and at bed time, filled with hot coals, Then t the a'arm clock, and don't'wor-- thrust buck and forth within the bed, M 10 ww-'lor not tho rapidly, to prevent scorching the rn tho enko w bo un- - BllFVtS. LT flirt rnna l.nl.A.i was n A bread-peeshovel on which bread was placed; u dono; ,bl8 w"1 "mind It was then thrust on tho coal. Tim oa i '.'-- k i"t of thu oven. If you bread-peo- l was to our pioneers a '"' 1110 j and fear symbol of domestic pcaco nnd plenty, 7 ,0. the wa- and was nlwnys conspicuously placed Jt .i alarm 7' fP . Hill - -- i Tlllnk Ihev will I,.,...!. It'll r aa an emblem of . (H'ln "iUHU III- Tomatoes for Salad. cf ha nc ih " i.i vwnuit u i iuur To insure cold potntoea for salad, scald thorn some time botoro the; Two Clothe.Dari. are wanted, but do not pool. Put thou i ' ' a good BUKKotllou: one back on tho lco and when needed the) . UK ,,1 f,ir .j0 Cj0.hoi wh, . will peel easily and still bo thorough oracr; tho oilier 'for ly chilled. .V, , In ... " meudlnit. buttotu M Cd." W stand loo tin to sorrow. What IIioukIi th llenveiu ahlMV 'We cannot tee all blinded Wy Th)" clothes upon the line. eir -- ."I-"'- v Wf-at- . lco-col- d Donn'a Kidney Pills Illrnm So olo Hank Hardnpplo had I could wnlk with fight with n grizzly out n cane, nnd nn I continued my a hand b'nr nn lived tell th' tale? health gradually returned. I was so Silas (disconsolately) Yns, by gum, grnterul I mado n public statement of an' thct teems t' bo all ho lived farl my enso, nnd now soven years havo pnsscd, I am still perfectly well." PAINT DEAUTY. Hold by all dealers. COo a box. Co., JJuffnlo, N. Y. Asoured of durability, tho next thought In painting Is beauty tho The Difference. completo nlm being durablo beauty, Edward, having been rofusod anbeautiful other baked potato on tho slmplo but or National durability. Lead Company hero ngaln convincing ground that there were no more, according to tho Now York offer you tho cooperation of their Sun, mado soma uncomplimentary re- paint experts this time In tho lino mark about the Insufficiency of his of color schemes, artistic, harmonious dinner. "This Isn't dinner," sarrcetcd nnd appropriate. You havo only to WIFELY SOLICITUDE. tho aunt whom ho was visiting. "This wrlto National Lend Company, 1902 is luncheon. You don't eat dinner In Trinity Hulldlng, Now York City, for Painting Outfit No. tho middle of the day. You eat that "Houseowncrs nt night." Tho neist day tho aunt, be- iv, and you will promptly rccclvo ing anxious to know it Kdwtrd bad what Is really a complete guide to assimilated his lesson' of the day bo- - painting, Including a book of color fore, ssld: "Kdward, can you tell schemes for cither exterior or Interior mo now the difference between dinner pnlntlng (as you may request), n and luncheon?" "You bet I can," said book of specifications, and also nn inEdward, very promptly, "Lunch Is strument for detecting adulteration tho meal wbcro you don't get onougb Iu paint materials. This outfit is sent free, and, to say the least, is well to cat" worth wrltlnff for. Laundry work at homo would be nurglar Hands up! Wedding Fee In Installments. much tnoro satisfactory It tho right Wife Ob, John, be careful of those Somo of tho squires in rustic New got the Btarch wore used. In order to Jersey seem to bo pretty hard pushed globes; you'll break theml desired stiffness, It Is usually necessary to' uso so much starch that tho for cash. To get the cash they do not Tapering Off. beauty and fineness of tho fabric Is hesitate to use most unusual methods. Whereas, I, Kitty Cameron, have far One of theso J. IVs advertised the too many beaux. (They say that I enhidden behind a paste of varying thickness, which not only destroys the other day that bo was ready and will- courage them. II really Is not sol) appenrsnco, but also affects tho wear ing to marry couples at any time, day Whereas, To make life slmplo Is ing quality of tbo goods. This trou or night, for a consideration of $5 and what I roost desire, for which Just In concentration Is all that I require; blo can bo entirely overcome by using that he was willing to accept H DcQanco Starch, as It can be appllod cash down and tho rest In weekly Inllesolvcd, That I, Instanter, before much nioro thinly becauso of IU great stallments of $1 until the feo of J5 It Is too late, rgreo hereby without was paid up. Tho very night after tho reservo strictly to concentrate to r strength than other makes. I first nppcaranco of this advertisement give up splitting waltzes and such alIn the 7uture. the J, P. referred to was called upon luring tricks, cut down my field of laFirst Ward Politician Weil carry to "mako good" his bluff. Shortly after bor and concentrate on six. New our ticket midnight a couple which hnd coroo In York Sun. Second Ditto But you forgot our an automobile awakened htm from his opponent is tbe reform candldnte, and sleep and asked to bn married under Measuring Brains. be will get all tho women's votes. tho Installment plan offered in the Tbe cephalic Index of old Athenians W. P. Won't be any women's advertisement. was was a wee, weo bit better than ours. First And tbe J. P. votes to count. game and made good. Cephalic Index means volume of brain. you know Second Ditto How do It Is found by filling a skull with peas goods. In fact, any fine and then measuring them. Ancient they won't vote? Cheer white new, owe much of Athenians have a few peas on us. Tbe First W, P. Because wo have ar wash goods when ranged with tho stores to have big their attractiveness to tbo way they Greeks never lusted bloodshed like bargain sales on election day. Dalit are laundered, this being dono in a the Romans and some of us moderns. moro American. manner to enhance their textile beauNew York Post, ty. Homo laundering would be equalUnfortunately Coupled. ly satisfactory It proper attention was Mother-ln-LaAgain. Alison tells how during Napoleon's given to atarchlngf'tho first essential Husband Why do you hate to see Egyptian campaign no sooner were being good Starch, which has sufficient me come homo smiling? tho Mamelukes observed at a dis strength to stiffen, without thickening Wife Because I know It means tance than the word wat glvon: tha goods. Try Defiance Starch and something has happened to poor moth "From square; artillery to the an yon will be pleasantly surprised at the er. Illustrated Bits. glet: asses and savana to the center." Improved appearance of your work. The command afforded no tittle merri For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. ment to tho soldiers even at such an The bett remedy for Grlpp and Cold Is He Was Well Equipped. the exciting moment, and mado them call A Methodist bishop wns recently a Illcks Capudlne. Relieves cold aching and Headaches feverlthneit. Cure the the asses guest at the homo of a friend who had alto. It' Liquid Effects Immediately 10, and COo at Drug Store. morntwo charming daughters. One Trifle Too Esthetic. ing tho bishop, accompanied by tho Appropriate Terms. "There's no use o' talkln'," said two young ladles, went out In the hope "Aro Jake'a ratea for his aeroplane Farmer Corntoiscl. as be sat down on of catching somo trout. An old fishertho horso trough. "I can't git along man, out tor the same purpose, wish-le- high?" "You bet Sky high." with somo o" these here summer to appear friendly, called out: guests." "What's the troublo?" "Ketchln' many, pard?" havo Jes' been lectured by that good bishop, straightening himself lookln' young woman with glasses fur to The full height, replied: "Brother, his sp'tlln' tbe color scheme of the gar I am a flsher of men." den by puttln' parts green on the veg"You've got the right kind o' bait, etables." all right," was the fisherman's rejoinder. Success Magazine. Imoortant lo Mothnrn. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOItIA a safe and surti remedy for rtough on flats, unbeatablo exterminator Infants and children, and see that It Rough on Hen Lice, Nest Powder, 25c Rough onDedbugs,PowderorLlq'd,2Sc. Rough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 25. RoughoaRoacbcs,Pow'd,15c.,LIq'd,25c. Uso For Over 'AO Years. In The Kind You Have Alwsyt nought Rough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25c. Rough on Skccters, agreeable touse,25c. Plain Horrid Man. K.B. Wells, Chemist, Jorsey City.N. J. During Change of Life, She So many men nowadays marry for money. You wouldn't marry Airs. Chas. Their Appropriate Place. mo for money, would you, dearest? "What Is this Institution?" GranlteviHe, Vt was passing (absently) No, darling, I Ho "One where all the through thoChantroof Llfoandsutlcreu wouldn't marry you for all tbo money faddists ought to go." from nervousness iu tho world. "Why so?" antlother annoying She Ob, you horrid, horrid wretchl "Because It Is a home for the feeblesymptoms, and I can truly say that minded, where all tho Inmates lead Often the Cate. LydiaE.riiikham'8 simple life." "Why are you making those hor- tho real Vegot.iblo Comrible tacos?" pound has proved Hard to Manage. worth mountains "I'm amusing tho baby!" "You have a captain nnd a mate on of polil to me, as it "Hut tho child Is screeching." that boat, of youcs, don't you?" restored my health "Yes; somo peoplo can't realize "Suro thing." and strength. I that they aro being amused." "Why U that?" 4BBm never forget to tell BbV "I can't uinnage her alone." my friends what The Prospect. LydiaEillnkham's why you call tho boat 'she,' "That's "I am sorry that there Is a craze for I Buppoae?" , Vegetable Compound lias dono for me baenn "fling much disorA week after f They alto relieve pl Miss Patty Shcpard of North Thlr renting". A perfect fenv toonth Btrcot wont to tho country with edy for Dlttineae., K a part' of friends on Memorial dny a4 tea, Drowelnen,; TJiey stopped nt a fnrmhouao where Taate In the Mont hi (! somo of tho party aro well knoWn. ed Tonirne. Tain Irnlh Bid, TORPID MVKR. Drowsing nbout was an old goat. When Miss Patty saw her tho nanny They regulate the Dowel, rarely Vegetal. was placidly nibbling at a fow blades SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRIK. of grass, and sho Innocently thought Genuine Must Beat) that goats wcro strictly vegetarians, CARTERS Signature On tho lawn in front of tho porch sho had put her lmndsomo now pench-bask- fKJkCR hat, trimmed with pretty artificial roses, which aho had got from REFUSE SUISTITUTES. tho store tho night before. Tho goat saw the hat and advanced Joyfully toward It. Miss Patty laughed. "Tho old think thinks thcy'ro real roses," she laughed. "Won't sho bo fooled when she smells them?" Everybody sat still to watch tho goat smell the artificial flowers and walk away. Hut the goat fooled them. The next week Miss Patty bought another hat Philadelphia Times. IICARTER'S fITTLE Fac-Siml- lo CUM COfflT FOR LlrfLE FAT FOLKS Most grateful and comforting 1 a warm bath with Cuticura Soup and gentle anointings with Cuticura, This pure, sweet, economical treatment brings immediate relief and refreshing sleep to and'disfigured little ones and rest to tired, fretted mothers. For eczemas, rashes, itchings, irritations and chafings, Cuticura Soap and Cuticura. Ointment arej worth their weight in gold. skin-tortured is doml-savan- Fold thronrbont the world. Depott; London. 37. CtiirterbouM Hq.; Parte. S. Hue del PftlErAu.tr. II., It -- Town, X 0- - Hrdner: India. II. K. Paul. Caleutta: Chin, lloog Koni Dm Co.; Marura. Ltd- - Tokto: niiasla, Ferreln. Miwowl Ho. Afnrft. Lrnmin. Ltd., Cap Town, tie.; 11.8. A' Doatoa rotur lrut as csto. Corp- - Sol Jap, a g for a Dime Why spend dollar when 10c buys box ofCASCARBTS at any drugstore? Use s directed jet the natural, easy result. Saves many dollars watttd 'on mcdi Inea that do not cure. Million regularly uta Buy- a bos now lOo CASCARETS. week's treatment proof in the morn, ing. v CASCARBTS loe a box for a week's treatment, all drugeUta. Blgcett teller la the world. Million boxe a month. WORTH MOUNTAINS 01G0LD Barclay This Trade-mar- k Eliminates All Uncertainty In the purchase f paint materials. It it an absolute guarantee of purity and quality. For your own protection, tee it is on tbe side of every keg of white lead you buy. 1102 says "I MTIOUIKU CMMJUTf Irlaitr BiiUfiif. Slf Ttdt UNIVERSITYo TuUm ltWwrwly atM TULANE LOUISIANA VEWontxjura h sll Ua -- ' nu ?i J1 theso aeroplane tllgbts." "Why so?" A New Fad. "Becauso the lovers who want to Rural Auntie My deur, your mothtnko them will bo more In tbe clouds er tells me you are going to get marthan ever." ried. Miss do Fad Yea, auntie; lt all For Headache Try Hicks Capudlne. tho stylo wv. Now York Weekly. Whether from Coldt, Heat, Stomach or Nervout trouble, tho arho nr apredlly Don't dope yourself for every little by Cntiudlne. It's Liquid pleat-an- t r!leM take-Hrt-eit Immediately. 10, s twin. It only hurts your stomach. Such lo pain comet usually from local Inflamand We lit Drug Btorc. mation. A little rubbing with Hamlins A Genius. Wizard Oil will ttop it immediately. "How did Tom mauago to get so Instead of making n fool of a man of tils uncle's estate?" much 'Ho married his lawyer's only a woinau furnishes the opportunity and lets him do tho rest, daughter." tta tome uDlrleU , l long-handle- ".'. a lv. WHYTAICr AHVCIIAJ.X'r.H ib1U-Idiltanl"-- cramp.. i . 1 good-luck- BtMarlltlux favor of bii (or 10 reura IMimlllor (T.rrj lulllonivttaMi. l4IO tatuaUuu.alU)epra.curewtaJoollu. roretUMrca Mr. Wliulaw Soothing "ran. teetliliut,u(U'Mthturi, r4ure 23cUHUe. n During ber courtship no girl Is In disarmament A man seldom bus uu big a bank balance ns bo wants acquaintances to bellove ho has. tttMrt vMapotae W th during this trying period. Complete f New OiImbm, thtU4iitf. UotWfB 800th. Mum CKUMtvt lVy Jtamatonttsreaif tkret restoration to health means so much MsjotM, latarsrasft, mmibm, TisU OouroM ar ta Mnfil ffr to me that for the sake of other suffer- JUlnruvt. ArthltttcWr. AjX Law, Ml lug women I am willing to make my ttU Fbtrustr. wi bMUsiry. tuv. biftmM IM'tafl ht UssMf. Bipi so you may pumisn trouble public l late. Neil this letter." Mrs. Ciias. Barclay, ftthotv Uf iw Onotwt it. IVall Wpavrtaattata, t aPt M. O. IUjm retinae ItOlt. AaMrmsa, It, K. alatVrf, lajf CtUkjfM. U&KtJ. H.F.D. .aranltevlllo, Vt. No other medicine for woman's ills has received such widespread and un. We will mite from any Good Photo o qualified endorsement. IV o other ENGBAVI.NO A ft) g 81ieHALtTONtInches or lea, to wo know of has such a record ten a.iuare Wla. I of cures of female ills ns lias Lytlia Ii. print In Newapcper or on Hlac SHI Pinkhain's Vegetablo Compound. ilonery. Portrait, Building, Landncape, Lire Block or any For moro than 30 years it lias been utilet-- t on may aelect. Till curing femalo complaints such as paper will do th prlutlutf for you. inflammation, ulceration, local weakWestern Neaipaier Union, Llltl Rock, Ark. nesses, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic paiiiB, backache, indigestion NKW lHKCOVKltYl (lee anil nervous prostration, and it is DROPSY auli-nwl unequalled for carrying women safely I Itook of loatluiinlaU anilrelief and eurea worktt'UKli. 10 dara'trwatnuuit bit. II. II. UUUB.NU DUMB. 1WX U. ATLAJlfA. U. through the period of chango of life. It costs but little to try Lydla 12. DEFIANCE STARCH rinkham's Vegetablo Compound, and, lArctaa cMlita lc as Mrs.Harclaysays.lt is "worth moun- ' W. N. U., MEMPHIS, NO. tains of gold ' to suiTorlug women. Mk -t iUB F-Oinctl-icinwr 35-1909. drpaittkMU, i VttU4 m U CMp T- -- D lrUB I K1 v i:: 1 t;ainir iiiVkiBflmf iooauao of trtoeo ugly, srlxily, amy hairs. Uso "LA CHEQUE" HAIR RESTORER, o price, 51.00, retail. Aycr's Sarsaparilla, the only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcoliol. Ask your own doctor all about it. Never take a c. AytrCo .LoutllMau. medicine doctors cannot endorse. Without daiiy action of. the bowels Impurebloou blllousni-M.hc.iil.i- increases the strength What is a "tonic"? A medicine tone of the whole system. What is an "alterative"? or A medicine that niters or changes unhealthy' action to healthy action. Name the best "tonic and alterative"? Not a Drop of Alcohol thai (sjr's Jf" Cl If your wife It tho belt womnn In tho world, toll licr no; It .will keep tier young nml lengthen her life. nivni' I H products must be absorbed. Then you have i' 'ii" vu' I'M for constipation. imI.. t GOOD, OXjES-AJN- T KENTUCKY COAL Delivered anywhere in the city at hnpplncss reigns It n wentth moro lo bo envied tlinu the great riches of a nntlon. Illchcs nro not essential to happiness, but the most happy nml contontod homes are those In which poverty is associated And yet "(Is sad thnt so mnny homes, where everything thnt Is needed, or can bo purchased with money, seems plentiful, should ho filled with dls cord and unpleasantness, Its Inmates going abroad to seek pleasure, whore they aru surrounded hy nuuibcrloss evils and temptations. A tionio whoro Do not forget and abandon nil neigh borly courtesy nnd pleasant Inter rotirso with friends, Man Is a social animal, especially woman. A woman needs friends, companions, conversation, sympathy and neighborly visiting to nnd fro. All work nnd no play innko n dull woman. I.ot her visit her friends, and receive them In hor homo, that her heart mny bo lightened nnd brightened by an Interchange of thoughts nnd feelings. Ho neighborly, bn obliging, bo kind and courteous, and then when sorrow nnd coma you will hnvo nyinpnthy and help. sick-neas Vn n IIIIIVI Iha.m.II r 1I sa.al cull on or lulilrvM TJ10 Ipckiimn Oourler Farms For Sale li.tlnli rtSllll iriPI city property: No. tl A ili.rom. nearlr nsir. frnins homo and two lots IMilM fret. Two uiocai nun mmiicn nnn en inwn. All nretlnt Imprtivf rncnl'. A spanklnc propntlllon for the man whrr ants n nil- litis nimic. ran rain, iniancs rrasnnabla Ivniith ot tlmo. Itnins. aUmt I Sn. M Onoil Bern of around, clstfrn, out txitlillnss ami olhar Improtemnits, Hhort Ulttnnr from a nicv mil noma It nicaniaii takes only iniirs. In set It. Owner does l,li cash nut live hers and will sell at a ll( loss as iae ureus win snow. No. fA- - New sli.room dwelllns liome and two ncres of it round. youii orchard, sixxl cittern and other Improve-incutJuit eat of elty limits. Will sell niaiarsnin. inquire tms omcs, No, t7 Tills lot Includes bouse Mild lots In West Hickman. lloussarll rompara. lltely new and contains S or lour nanm. located fur people who ork at tho factory. Any house and lot, Includliis: all Improtementa. may lw purcJiaseil at iMiance lime. Iay linidnwn and let the nionsr ou ars out at rent so towards purchasing a home. ms proposition win iw open only a mulled llliie. No. M bare a limited numtwrof larse level lot In West Hickman that may m purrbs.rxl on the plau better than putting money lu the. bank. IMi this plan you ran own n hit and hardly miss th money. Huron and build a home, l( )im are paying rent. IMilter Investlsale to-uay. No.fi This proposition llieludrs nice, little frame residences, ljlh new. In West Hickman. Ilolh are out ol the orsr.now itlalrlct hlsli nd dry. Kach retld nee ha iiirm rooms, waier works, aim are; ronvrii-len- t to town. Kllberof these lealdenrvs will Iw sold for or for ITnn. u purchaser wains aouiuer resiuence. which is local ed lis it lothls property. wlllslltli inrreai 11111. idcm prices are rasn. No. 10. Tweutyflvo acres of land ZV, miles south ot Hickman, well lui proved, sood four-roohouso with two porches, sood barn. now cistern, well and running sprint. Good young orchard. For the man wanting a small place, this Is exact ly what be Is looking for. Our pricu on this for a short tlmo is 11000.00 on easy terms. No, CI. This embraces GOO acres of laud In Cuba. Will sell the wholo as a plantation or lu tracts as small as 10 acres. Located In 1. Del lllo ProvlncU- - noted for Its production ot 1 "ciwuieKAnC rr? n j v r . .... NOMlMrpJ tl For Represent! ive; Frank ' u For Sheriff: OOALHR School Superintendent, "Tlmo hns scattered tho snowy MI flake on hor brow, plowed furrow Ly :i In her checks but Is sho not sweet County Assessor. and beautiful now? Tho lips which haro kissed many hot tears from the CHAS. Bf childish checks nre the sweetest lips eyo is dim, yet lu nil tho world. Tho County Judge, It glows with tho rapt rndlanco of n holy lovo which can never fade. Oh w. A '. AT i yes, sho Is a dear old mother. Her ln llh sands of tlmo nro nearly run out, but County Attorney: feeblo ns sho Is sho will gofarthor nn JAS W 8 - r feeble as sho Is sho will go farther nnd rench down lowor fdr you than County Court Cleric any on earth. You cannot walk Into midnight where sho cannot seo you s. 7. it ;t : 'These prices are made for n short time you cannot enter a prison whoso bars only; and you will save big money by laying in shall keep her out; you cannot mount INDEPENDENT TICKET. a scaffo.w too high for her to reach your supply of coal NOW. nnd bless you. In ovldonco of her For Sheriff. deathless love, when tho world shall despise and forsako you when It CHAS leaves you by tho waysldo to dlo tin noticed tho dear aid mother will For County Judge. gather you up In her feeblo arms JAMES H iK carry you homo and tell you of your love. sugar, pineapples, tobacco, etc. Prices run as low as f 30 an acre. O until you almost forget that tlrtues For Jailer. fit your soul Is disfigured by vices. Ia)vo Beware of Ointmenb for Catarrh w. r. BUSK.U her tenderly and cheor her declining Why Boys Leave Home. that Contain Mercury, years with holy devotion." tn.rourj will surrlr dritroy A ihort time ago a reporter for a smell anil rompl.telj tl.rsng. tli. whol. riietropolltan dally pper went into Km wlisn .nterlns It throuh I bo Is It worth while, becnuso you feel surfscra. Much Articles sboaltl nov.r the country to interview the farmers out of sorts, to pull a long face, to bo I umhI eicept on prescriptions from rr and their familiei to learn II there disagreeable, and cross to every one putsbls phnlclans, th ilnmx th y will was any terious complaint about Jhe to tlisrooO jrou cn possibly life "down on the farm." He found you meet and so mako them unhap riola trn-fo11 fruni tb.in. all's Catarrh Curs, py? A cheerful smile, n kind word tlrrlt some good material for hit paper. A Uo.. To msnufnctural tjr K. J. Ohon will not only make your friends nnd Iftlo, o. contain, no mercury, and ll laktn He ran acroti a boy who told him The sprinkling rate for the season, bei1 ) j r: Juit thtr.k neighbors lighter hearted, but will Internally, acting Ulrvrtlr upon th MothI that his father had given him a cou In case o rp , rty ginning May 1st and ending Novemhelp to cheer you also. A cheerful and muroui surfaces oi tbc srausi. in ple of runt calves. Though they have bu jinn Hall's Catarrh Curs n A 5 j ui ur you .t go up in sra ike, countenance Is a duty wo owo to the genuine. It Is taken InUnuttljr and gave but little promise of profit to ber 1st, 1909, in residence section, is c2 ried a policy in en? c! our neighbors and how much mora Is miulo In Toledo, Ohio. Iiy F. J. Ubene A On. the boy, he took good care ol them panies you would i.are t:t'.i.- and brought them out of the "kinki." It necessary In tho homo! Our friend Testimonials free. Kohl tiy Drmrsltls. Trice TSo pr bottle. . .. When Ihey had (grown Into large to slarth with agar. can get out of our way If wu nro not Take Hall's Family tills forroiistlpnllon. Don't put this ci"-- r '! iteeri, sleek and fat, they were told good companions, but our family can 8c for each additional foot. O (or a goodly sum and the boy's you may be tc- U'e not. They are helpless victims, shut father pocketed the money. Of NOTICE TO up In Uio samo houso with us. For s tho Baku of tho children, for tho sake year 1909 aro course this dov wanted to leave the R. T. TYLER, Agent. for tho His father had acted dis of the ciders, for the sako of all hu now open; and as this Is my last (arm. inanity, let us cultivate, a habit of year In offlco, I doslro to havo all honeitly with him. He had cheated This is payable in advance. If you have cheerfulness. taxes paid PROMPTLY In order that and disgusted his boy and he need not paid, please don't sprinkle . my books may be balanced. You will oot be surprised if the boy gels find myself or Deputy Goaldcr John away from him and the farm at the Influence. son at tho City National Hank, at very first favorable opportunity. Influenco is a power wo exert ovor Fulton, or at my offlco In Hickman Jm o others by our thought, words and ac Plcaso make payments promptly. MONEY TO LOAN. INCOKPO HATED tions We all of us at times toso sight J. T. 8 EAT, 8. F. C. of this principle, and apparently act I loan money at tho rate ot C por on tho assumption that what wo do cent per annum on farm lands In HkKMA!I KT Telephone that grocery ordor to Obton and Weakly counties, Tcnn., oi think or say can affect no ono but ourselves. Hut wo aro so connected Dettcrsworth & Pntther. and In Fulton county, Ky. About one Roonjs and Board with the Immortal beings around us half tho cash value ot a farm will bo wo cannot avoid exerting a most that loaned. Loans mado In sums of 1 1, La Vi r: week Important Influenco over their char 000 or moro for flvo years with prlvl by the day or ea'h fortable rooms actor and final conditions. Slnco we Icko to borrower of paying samo after all havo a personal influonco and our ono year in full or making any also Rea.onable Rates words and actions leavo a well nigh partial payment desired at Intervals Indelllblo trace, It is our duty to mako of six months aflor tho expiration of as potential for good I that Influenco ono year, Intcrost being stopped on as posslblo. In ordor to do this you partial payments mado. Call on or must show yourself a woman among writo. all, How great a beauty and bless- O. 8PIIADLIN. Union C"ity. Tcnn. Now is the time to lay in your winter's supply of iug it Is to hold tho royal gifts of tho COAL. Don't wait until the cold wave flag O soul, so that thoy shnll bu music to reminds you of your negligence. An Inch of Rainfall. some and fragrance to others and llfo to ull! Some women cling to An acre is 6,272,640 E. Pink-faam- 's Inches. An inch of water square homes llko tho honeysuckle over the For Women-Lyd- ia on an We Quota Summer Prices Effective 'til Sept, I, door, yet, llko It, sweeten all tho re- Sewintf Machine Vegetable Compound acre is, therefore, 6,272,940 cubic glqn wl th tho subtlo frngrauco of " I was nasalnir throuih inches, l hat amount at, 277 cubic Xo&ti. Ky. runs lighter than say their goodness. tho Change of Life and suffered from inches to the gallon, equals 22,000 other. Oh, It is terrible tho power that wo Coal . headaches, nervous eallons or 230.000 nounds or 100 No have; tho power of Influence prostration, and tons. An inch of rain is, in other liemorrhaees. Coal . . . Bon thought to us Is more rifo with a sol "Lydla JJ. Pink-ham- 's words raining at a rate of 100 tons lasts longer thinwy enm grandeur of Interest than that Vegetable to the acre. Coal other. which relates to tho influenco wo aro Compoundmadema O well and strong', so silently exerting upon our fellow crea (Per Ton of Pounds) that I can do all my Teachers Wanted, ture Wo rend that not lu tho earth Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam housework, and atis more beautiful this quake that ho shook tho mountain pll Tho demand for teachers who havo tend to the store and Anthracite Coal, upon application. any other and lars, nor lu tho whirlwind that rent and been trained In tho Wostorn Normal I feel much younger Is greater than tho supply, Tho fall tho forest was Cod found; but lu tho LA 'kiMsWisytl than I really aru. . 6 "still small voice," which, llko tho "Lydla E. Pink- - session opens Sept. 7th. Wrlto Presihas left vibration whisper of lovo, breuthes Into tho luwn's Vegetable Compound Is the most dent II. II. Cherry. Bowline fJrocn. .successful remedy lor ail Kinds of I KV.. for Inr.lPflinllnn tVIUUlU (. 1IVU INCORPORATED than any other. heart what the loud volco cannot. ' " . .. . u. ... iiuutl h,tnllun III .,w. To mako homo more agreeable nnd female troubles, and I feol that 1 can tujtlon. jo ver praise It enough." Mua. Lizzie tSbFREE operate attructlvu than other plucos to its In Holland, moan, Ky. O is easier to mates requires tho utmost caro and TheChnnueof Life la themostoritlcal Ascertaining that his wife was a thoughtfulness on our part In regard period of a womau's existence, and than any other. FULTON CIRCUIT COURT. SECURE A CERTIFICATE. u'glect of health at this time invites colored woman, after eight years of to tho wolfnro of others, which wu sMseaso and palu. Under tho law tho Western Normal Hutu Fuller's Admr., et ul , I'alln prnctlcu dally, and as there Is womeiieverywiieresiiouidremember married life, Alfred Haberman, a has tho powor to Issuo tho ELEMENT must tiff vs. her heirs and creditors. pleasuro lu doing ones' duty, wo lu.lt thoro Is no other reined v known to white man, after a visit to Wa thing-tomakes a more perU" Notlco Is heroby given to tho credit AUY CERTIFICATE, tho INTEIIME-DIATD C, returned to his home, that will so riudor our owu paths moro plcusuut anodiclue through this successfully carry stitch than any otn. women tryinir period as Columbia, O., and shot her twice CERTIFICATE, and tho LIFE ors of Iluth Fuller, that tho undersign cd, Commissioner of tho Fulton Cir- CERTIFICATE, which outltlo tho hold through life by assisting lu smoothing ijyuui ij. ritikiianrs yegetauis com. and then turned the revolver on himounu, maae irom native root and b cuit Court,uuder an order in tho ors to teach anywhere lu Kontucky tho rough ones for others. In thu self infllctlop a wound that will erba. all cow ubovo styled cuuso, will attend at hu homo should bo found tho most deliis the best oi For 80 years it has ben eurinr prove fatal. His wife is still living, Ky., from tho lUth for two yoars, four years, and for llfo cate offlcu lu Fulton, and refined society, us here It Is women from the worst forrai of female bineJ in one. 1903 tho date hereof respectively without furthor examinaduy of August, Inills lnllammatlon, ulceration, dls. but the doctors say she cannot reuntil tho ulu day of September, lyuy, tion. Information as to tho amount that wo receive our first and most rocc crimr. MAf liLNt CO. fluential lessons in thu great school piacciueius. nurom tumors, irregular!. cover. She was a beautiful woman IBLL OLIlv bear proof of claims of work required to receive and ,LL,NU for each cortlflcojo of llfo. These lessons should purtnko ties, periodic pains, backache, and and apparently white. The couple 11 UKulnst said Iluth Fuller, and that CHICAGO nave a soo years old. not presented to him and will bo furnished when desired. Ad of perfect honesty, truthfulness, man- btuub piuBiraiiuu, all claims If you would Ilka special advtoe proven required by law, within tho dress II. II. Cherry, President, West-ur- hood, heroism, patriotism o and all about your case write uconilden- Normal, Uowllng Qreen, Ky. specified time, will bo forover barred. uui leticj- - to iHrs. uiakkiuii, at Lunches at all hours at tho Cres n things thut tend to elevate thu o cMLINEK, J. It. LyBit, Mass. Her advlM to HiGKmafl Furniiure character. Thirsty T IIKO is wtin" you need. sUwsvya balyftU. Master Commissioner. cent Cafe, 1 $4.00 IP e x Ton W. f. MONTGOMERY Tho homo Is for happiness. Whatever brings tho highest happiness Is right nnd best Take n broom nnd sweep your floor, but before you got down on your hands and knees to scrub think a inltiuto. Is It tho floor or tho children that need you most? t It best to mnko a scrubbing brush of yourself with a scowl for tho dirty boots when husband nnd children coiuo In, or Is It best to bo the loving wife nnd mother, to tako your scrub bing tlmo for reading time mid have a cheery welcome and helpful thought for your own when they enmo to youT worn I know there nn somo en who can scrub nil day without feet- lug exhausted, but for one of these are a hundred frail, delicate women, who nro so constantly nnd unuterably weary that they know nothing of tho Joy of living. Tho womnn Is the heart of tho homo. If sho Is cross, miserable and dlssplrlted, there will bo lit tie llfo nnd true happiness within. Lc her do her part, but let her refuse to labor beyond her strength. A wlso tender mother Is of inoir Importnnrti thnn anything elso In tho world to young children. Lot every mother train herself to a wlso neglect of un Important things that sho may bo to her, own embodiment of sympathy, hopo, gentleness, charity, wisdom and s, Circuit Court J Clerk. w V. For Jftiler.( ttln , lu -j, .- Sprinkling Rates For 1909 thnnf mil-ro- 11 Do You Carry Fire Insurance 1 -- 50 foot front and under $6 $6 Business house rate, each door Tax-book- 8 Hickman Ice & Coal Co. tr J Cottage j Hotel... r -- COAL! GOAL! 1 THE BEST REMEDY Slogans tFREE iFREE tsFREE Pittsburg Lump Air Lump Tradewater Lump 2,000 $4.75 $4.25 $3.75 nost-oHlc- Hickman Ice & Coal Co. FREE n, tSFREE FREE n al tx, f-