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MAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS TO BE HERE, A BLUE MARK HERE mriins I hut jour sub. crlptlon him iMrrt IUnew promptly If you want the pnpr to com to you after thin month 'LiL--?"!? ai70n UP ,ff H" 0" UC"" C0Urfir Aa" a Mfl' Dood Team- - CrBB8B tbB nxlBa Df Your maBn- - m Man, and Ufa Hitch Up UiT HI Ill WESTERN KEWTDOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1009. WHOLE HO. IMU4. E8TABM8HED IK THE TEAR JNfll LOSERS. SCMt OF THE r.uluro of tho Hardy i ....... f'llv rnlldlt 11 SCHOOL BEGINS MONDATT t.i s- a s i - - cur renders for various 11 111,1 of Ulu t..- - beow' by u Union City kiuu .i.ii they will bo of lu a II will bo readily s lut does not mention f those Involved nil i.f Una county and the ,,f uIjIoii county bad ml iu the company will lose a cuilectHely The i.uud of $10,000. men are not wen , . 'OU'LL be able to take vour choice this Fall from a very large variety of latest styles in Hart Schaffner & Marx asm mm. mji:M I clothes we have brought together for you. You needn't wear the pattern or style that others wear if you don't want to; we have plenty of good things to show you; new greys, blues, olives; worsteds, cheviots, serges j i, U a , I,. as Mfg. Co., $15 02 13.108.22; same tweeds; all the i lo. u Lj ' I." 1, 111 i 11 .S- ..J I., - lllckmnn Colli'Kc will oprn hrr door Monday tin- - flrt day of tlio 1909 10 term of acliool with tho mot flntti ring prospocU for n Krcnt cliool year baa cvir Imd Wo liavo alwnyi had one of the best IiIrIi i: M. tenants llauk, Hun ichooU In Kentucky but It will bi even belter thin year In addition to tho regular count of study. new special courses bnve been added, as ,fuo mentioned elsewhere In this pniier, together with the advantages of tho a iiutuaui nolo, $1,800. now Carnegie llbrlnry. Another new featuro of the coming term Is that i title llauk, Humboldt tho course Is free to all pupils In Kulton county. Wltlflts strong factil-tand splondld advantages, Hickman College Is oaslly the bot school In K nile, nolo $$ ,000. Weslorn Kentucky, atari tho children in thu first day It Is tho most nolo $100. City Important day of tho school year. Lai Hank, Union , 1 -y . notes 15.827. u jui nut, note 12,000. i. note $5,000. , note t.iOO. ... Hank. Fulton 2 note smart weaves; in all the best and most fashionable models. You can't buy better clothes than these. There are none better made. l, best high-colore- d, All-woo- tailoring, correct fit. SUITS $20 to $25. OVERCOATS $16.50 to $25. This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes t Uk t! ,S - J u: each made payable to his son Uuk, Will Morris Hardy, was made payable . a note $C70. to his estate, and before ho died li Trust Co., St. IamIs, madu his will asking that It be put In trust for his family for twenty - ,l r Urnln Co, Nashville, flvo years, and that tho trustee run tho business as It had been done. Lai llauk, lluttlo Creek, 16000 u 2 notes $J,000, HOW, INDEED? 5 N3f V IM nrt houmti.r A kr ll.n OnprrlirM Smith Amber $ VIM) I. . I ai llai.k, M Jackson, 2 notes GET FLATTENED OUT. bssssssssS ' assssssfcfrtw turn, and that tho company would Ioso $50,000 before they would alter their decision. Ho said If tho subscribers were not pleased with the service between tho different towns In tho county they could pay toll nnd uso i. ii i Usi.- -' H..- 11 note $8,000. M'junal iwuk, Martin, $6,000. , i.s -: jcr 12. bVockmll. $7.7S. Coal Co., $I21.C9, Coruui, $292.12. il ill t o., $10.40. u.'y Uu, z. i.au uu, Unaiogbam, U-.r- $11.81.' Mow Co., $2.07. ; L IVrkliu, $8&.0S. i.l ... y ( oal Co., $20.00. .. bu(.ply Co.,$l.lC. I Vw&s l'aiwr Co.,$lS.82. rauULks Mono &. Co., $7.50. u. 11 a. Moth, $10.00. $07.60. Li:.; k IaiKiuu Co., $2S.0C. 1 0i- -: roduco Co., $30'J.5. hisif I run & HaKOwood, $12.10. 3. W hardy, $8.S9. L U lUiuiou, $21.00. J L.' l.arc.u. $M.W. II. M tirguiou, It Is positively announced that UeuL Covurnor Cox will bo the next Republican nominee for governor. Mr. "Do you 1ot your papa?" asked tbe Cox Is seemingly a very splendid minister. gentluman, but If ho puts hlmsolf in "Yes. sir," replied Willie. front of tho Democratic baud wagon "And do you obey Mm!" "Yes, sir." In 1911 hu needn't oxped nnythlng "And now conies the most Impor elso than to get thoroughly flattened tant question of alt. Do you honor out. hlrat" O "How enn I If he Is tbe kind of n Farls i. A. from brought a barge load man ma tells bim be is every little of wire Cairo Saturday, for It. while?" Tyler. It. W. MoKlney and wife return O ed to their home In l'nducah, Mondny FOR SAI.K: My hotel building an daya with the business, llultdlog almost now, con- after spending sevoral latter's mother, .Mrs. F. O. Farls, and 17 rooms. Qood location. Mrs, tains lOtfo other relatives. I. D. I'rlco. '' WPL. lKiSBSsassssssslsssssssssssBl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH isSSSSSSHBSSB IsW ''mE sssssmJSsssV SBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 'SaSSr4 l'ltOK 11. F. (iHH l'rlnrlpnl Hickman ('nllrtte better lines. "The local pooplo made no unreas onablo demands on the Cumberlands, and wcro met by Mr. Humo with any thing but tho proper spirit. In con. sequence several subscribers have signified Inclinations to take their phones out at once and not wait uu til tho local company gets ready for service. Tho Democrat- - would have preferred to havo only ono exchange. but Indications aro that the Cum berlands are going to raise their rates but tho Indications are that tho Cum- Just as high as possible. If Mr. Hume properly represented them at tho meeting Saturday." MONEY TO LOAN. I loan money at tho rata of 5 per cent per annum on farm lands In Obion and Weakly counties, Tenn., and In Fulton county, Ky. About ono half tho cash valuo of a farm will bo loaned. Loans tnado In sums of $1,' 000 or moro for flvo years with privilege to borrower of paying samo after ono year In full or making any slzo Ftalhtrs, Tallow, Bttswsx,Cljsio. Golifrn l.fY.IUwR sre Dralrrt. nJ do hntrr l r.:--" ,u "t i u.au UJOIUIUHOU DCrCnSQU. uui any Bank in Louiirille. Iitaerence. weekly price list and hip- I I " tS vvciuiuuu nwi Bags UxC m. SABEL & SONS, rn Z29E.MirkttSt. LOUISVILLE. KY. A NEW COTTON. MAKE NO CONCESSIONS. A Cumberland man onco said to us clu. h rnug, $18.8S. 1; j h u. r, $ Ju.00. U liu. r. $J2.3G. a i.i., jic.iu. &t nuuf r, $7.24. inward Com. Co., $51.00. Vt 1 Clothing for women a specialty To the Woman who has never worn A Bischof Model li liaus r $27.12. u,, Juu & Co., $30.94. A. Y Juui, Ulu. $28.00. $2C.2&. Mush JbLutou, KtuUi ky Aubrjr Co., $20.00. Hcrt & Laug Co., $1,001.21. j d!0 want to tell you a little about the idea back of Dischof models. The makers of Bischof models get the Paris and Berlin styles but they don't stop there. They believe there is a higher standard than pure style that is style and service combined. l.osiiu, $:2.i0. $J3.76. $37.50. L. Iv. Mornhall, $3.74. U'WiiL.) Lai; Co.. $2.3C5.40. Huhi S!;k Co., $19.0. U U, t Manual), lsau, movomont in Fulton nud Obion counties was "all talk." He spoke the truth. Thut Is about all any good telephone system amounts to talk. It looks now like tho mutual talkers will bo talking over mutual wire lu a very short tluio. Tho Great Public llouefuotor ("hi thu light of its present Information") is watching with unpleasant forbad-lug- . Coming events are casting their suudows. Tliuy realize that tho mutual growth Is not only substautlul, but beyond their control. that tho mutual telephone On his farm Just north of town Dan Comfort, who is a pracUcal farmer, and a successful one too, Is experimenting with some San Domingo cotton seed sent him by his nephew, Dan Griffith, of Chicago. Saturday Mr. Comfort presented tho Mlssouriau with a stalk about threo feet long, of this now cotton, bearing branches and leaves and looking very thrifty, but there were no. signs of squares or blooms, nud tho reason there were none Is from tho fact that they never partial payment desired at intervals of six months aftor tho expiration of one year, Interest being stopped on partial payments mauo. call on or wrlto. O. SI'RADLIN. Union City, Tenn. O appear until the stalk reaches a treo shape and tho period of maturity of tho treo, then It produces bolls and silky Hut four or five Inches long. The treo bears year after year and never dies out and requires no replanting thus producing a continuous crop. We will watch Dan's now aud phenomenal cotton plant with great intei est and anxiously await tho tree. New Madrid Mlssourlan. Stum lluiik. ilevk Co., $C0.10. J. W Millur, $1.95. Mortau Humboldt. I"j Oj. t ilumi0. Nnahvlllo. What's fashionable in Paris is studied and the NiJ'ior Murcuutllu Co., $349.18. N Jul. vaor Co., $225. Eriu uinur, $19.23. I'arb Ldwards, $2,342.C2. J D. I'u.iu. r, $10.60. lv turd, $194.30. i EW l'Of '' -- Htucliur, $255. llaruoi & Co., $250. N 'Jit, nil N.i' 20. $116.68. 'iial Hank, Jackson, $279. k Hardy, $2iB.C0. StundaM Oil Co., $82.27. " Stulbi, $498..17. H Taylor $16. W DoMKan iron Co., $22.95. i MM , . rs( arland 'tu.m AKrlcultural Co., $25.60. Wl.lpiilo & Co., $163.00. uc Million Co., $320.43. Attima llurK &c $,,,09.34. r Ilanlu . . -- .. . wfKa "OOUl $03,000 nr laiur.. "J ,G000 "cldonL TI.U. l"rui Co., $41.92. "W Co., $19.35. " The taste expressed, the discrimination used in selecting' only what is suitable has made Bischof models nationally popular. It is a significant fact that the leading Fashion Journal after a close study of This is the kind of suit the taste of American Bisyou will want for many women, sketched a chof model for their Fall occasions simple, servic-ablbeautifully tailored. Fashion Number. Come iii and see the very newest designs. There are some splendid alues for e, . 1! ideas carried out, the effect reproduced but in serviceable, practical suits the kitul American life of today demands. Indications were strong that Hickman would have to be good. She spent much of her nergy In lighting legal buttles with thu Cumberland tho latter triumphed. A ruUe of rules brought ou this difficulty, but wo wore shown by law thut rates, other than Uiuso specified in churters, could bo Increased. Hut public seutiiuent, when onco aroused, is a hard think to overcome. Out of tho ashes of her defeat, Hickman rose In thu strength of her progressive-nus- s and begun to build u system of her own the one sure wny of freeing herself. Oblou county soon followed her example. The Cumberland wont bufore the directors of the Oblou system with nn ultimatum embodying the mauy gurerous concessions and principle to which the of company Is heir. An account tho meeting, as given by the Obion At ono SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENT. In addition to the regular courso Hickman Collcgo will havo this year Tho I'ruirlo Journal, a newspaper tho following special courses: established at Kast 1'ralrlo last OctoVocal aud Instrumental Music. ber by Arche V. Williams, and which Frouch. which was later under the manageGerman. ment of Ualbrulth & Uarrutt, ceased Greek. publication with the lssuo of last Elocution. Bookkeeping. week. JOURNAL SUSPENDS. time. Shorthand. Typewriting. iro you going to start your chtldroi to school Monday, and aro you going to keep them lu school regularly? 1'onmanshlp. Art. And advantages of tho now library. Geo, Helm, wife and daughter, Miss Tho high school courso Is free to Mary, nud Miss Annie Helm Hlllson, nil pupils In Fulton county. left Monday for Wuxahatchle, Texas, O to visit Mrs. Helm's brother; also They will ho Miss Hubyo Fleming left Mondny relatives In Mississippi. for lexlngton, Ky., to attend schoo). gone about three weeks. Democrat, foltows: "Tho directors of the Oblou County Tolephoiie Company met with .Mr. Fostor Hume hist Saturday by up polntment to discuss n deul whereby tho local company would bo ubaudoii' ed with certain couct'sslons from the Cumberland. Mr. Hume addressed the meeting, und lu response to a for butter service suld the prO' pie ware gutting us good service as they ever would, and that when new contracts were made the charges would bu $21.80 per year for nu In dividual lino nud $18 for u party Hue Tills ho decalred was their ultima "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 HI Also corn chops, wheat bran , etc. $12.50, $18.50 to $30.00 C. H. BESHERS, (Successor to Beshers & Jackson) Mih T' vitciniou ' of two iiollcloa of Smith Sp Amberg MOSE BARKETT, Agent. THE HICKMAN COURIER Certrs W.ft.m Ksntuckr h 8AYS IT IS A MONOPOLY. n,w" STATE HAPPENINGS News of General Interest in a i VERY Suit Filed In Covington Agalns Out ley Tobacco Society In Sum of $135,520.40. POPULAR NOTWITHSTANDING wii w wu :unco unx.;- llhUI ULU - II UL - IIUIM I r W. 0. SPEEIl and J. C. SEXTON, Edltori and Proprietor. f (Coprrtihl. o) ESCAPP.n NEORO CONVtc.. - - uu DSAuLY ir ni . Kills 1'romln '"tOsorguf, Wounds Si Traillof W :V"'8 Kopeitou, nd a ONE DOLLAR PKR YEAR CASH I.f aIIVaNCB. Entered at ths IHckman, postoBco a second-class Kontucky, mall matter. DEATH LISTJNCREASES MORE FLOOD VICTIMS FOUND. 1,000 BODIES RECOVERED. Situation Mora Serloui Than at First Expected Ths City Lacka Food and Water. received Mexico City. A dispatch here from Monterey, the Mexican city that was swept by a flood a few days ago, says that three hundred bodies were found this morning grouped about an old well nenr the iron foundry, on the outskirts of the city. Approximately one thousand bodies have been recovered up to date mid it It believed that the statement thnt the death list will reach to Score 2,000 is veil within tho figures. of bodius are said to. hare been swallowed up in the river quicksands. The, situation at Monterey is more serious than nt first supposed. The cily lack food and water. The federal government has sent an additional $20,000 to bo expended for relief. It is hoped te get a train service through to Laredo and purchase food supplies in Texas. The public is responding liberally with In Mexico City $10,000 subscriptions. has been subscribed, and projected benefit entertainments are expected to net a large sum. The expressions of sympathy from the American government are deeply appreciated here. COTTON CROP RECORD BROKEN Commercial Crop la 13,725,457 Bales, Largest on Record. l- Statistics showing New Orleans, -i. that more cotton was handled during the commercial year, ending at midnight than ever before, and that all records had been broken in the amount of cotton consumed by the Southern mills, were the features of the annual crop statement of Secretary Hester of the Jftw Orleans- - Cotton Exchange. The document published on the floor of the exchange today forms the preliminary report of Secretary Hester's annual review of the commercial year. It proved In many years. one of the most remarkable reports tho OMAHA, NEB., CHOSEN local cotton trade has ever received, showing it to be the largest on record, Advertising Clubs of 13,825,457 bales. The previous largest By Associated commercial crop was 15,305,883, marAmerica for Next Meeting Place. The only other crop keted in 1904-03- . oratory re Louisville, that stands with these two crops In size when It counted up established a reputation for doing was that of 1006-0d, to 13,310,932 bales. Last season's total things when V. E, Datiney. of was only 11,571,9GC. Va., went Into tho convention The most Important feature In the re- and by a real oration won a voto of 107 port, next to the size of the crop itself, In favor of his town for the next conwas the statement on the amount of vention. Omaha was finally selected, cotton consumed by Southern mills dur- however, having pledged many cities. ing (he season. Hcrp all tho records S. C, Dobbs, of Atlanta, was elected were again broken, the total being president after a spccticular contest. bales. The figures compared Other ofllcera wede chosen as follows: with 3,193,000 last season, 2,439,99a two W. E. CnmpbeJI, Kansas City, firs' vice seasons ago, nod 2,273,000 three seasons president; I. S. Kloroa, Indianapolis, ago. tecretary; IQ Landau. St. ixiuls. treasurer; Ray Woltz, Chicago, permadirectors, Will nent sergeant-at-arm- s; BAD MONEY MORE PLENTIFUL M. Clcmns, Memphis;; I. II. Sawyer, Louis; Orva Q. Williams, Chlcngo; Report of Secret Service Official St. K. Evans, New York, and S. I. V. ColShows' Increased Complaint. lins, Minneapolis. .. . . Washington. Secret service officials during the past fiscal year found there PROSECUTING MEMBERS wero Increased complaints about the circulation of' counterfeit notes imported Of Pool Who Disposed of Crops to Out from certain districts of Sicily. It yas siders IS uuney iodicco society. discovered in many instances that the handlers of these counterfeits, chiefly in I.exlncton. Kv. Tho Hurley Tobacco and about Sew York, have been more or Is taking action in various intimately identified with the black- society less or gangs known as parts of tho state against mombers mailing and murderous societies. its pool in 190" and 190S, who, after the "Mafia" and "black hand" only to pool Chief Wilkle states that his agents Blgnlng a pledgo to sell with the representa- mombers, disposed of their crops to hava Maysvlllo the hoard of tives of foreign governments in the in- outsiders. At society filed suit vestigation and suppression of revolu- control of the Durley tionary movementa fn this country in against Thomas Malone for $.,800, violation of the neutrality laws, and at against C. M. Sldwell for $GI0 and Patrick Collins for $2,500, nlleglng thoy least two conspiracies for the manufacture of large quantities of counterfeit had violated tho pledge. All will bo foreign obligations in the United States prosecuted under the provisions of tho Crecellua law, passed by tho last Kenhave been suppressed. tucky leglslaturo, which prohibits such sales. CENSUS TAKING FEATURE. lnla Klch-mon- Covington. Ky A "now Tobacco" war was begun In the federal court Summarized Form, here when Clark A Sroif, of ScrR'tlim, l'a, through Attorneys Outcalt and lllckcnloopcr, filed suit against tho Hurley Tobacco Society, alleging BY SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS, 10 damages. The defendants named In the action are CI n rente I,chus, tti of the society; 'Htanloy Crowd Estimated at Between 30.000 president and 60,000 Attends B!q Jeffersonltn Sprowlt. O. W. McMillan, It. II. ThomC. 8. Williams, .0. C. Patrick). II Barbecue Given by Democrats o as. Drown, (3. A. llrooks, J. C. Hughes and Louisville. .V. .1. Stroube. They and othjrs, th petition n Hurts, conspired with tobacIjulsville, Ky.Uetweon 30,000 and co growers In Kentucky and Ohio to SO.000 nonnlo attended llio big JotTer- - control tho white hurley tuhacco.ln tho sonlan barbecue givon by Ihc demo United States. Tho paper sots nm crats of Ixiulsvlllo to on. burgoo, roast that the hurley society Is n monopoly, lamb nnd nho.it. Kor nearly tbn-and, It Is nlleged, organised In restraint hours tho vast multitude was foil. of trade Tho action Is flld under tho Whllo titer were eatlnx and drlnXtnv anil trust law. there wore four different points on tho grounds whero prominent democruil.-oratorfrom Kentucky, Iiullann, and elsewhcr.o were pouring forth democratic doctrine with all the vlcor that Ky. It. K. Hynleka's Louisville, their tongues could command. In nd dltlon not less than 10 brass bands (lalety theater was opened hare by wore ranking music, and nil tho time Sam Scrlbnor's Gulden Crook Co., and hundreds of democrats fiotn Louisville was successful In every way. nrp circulating ntnanc tile nartv load Krnnkfort. Ky. The Hocond regi ers and voters from the state, telling ihoru that It was necessary for th ment, with 451 men nnd olllcors, ta In democracy of the sthte to make the stalled at Camp Hell, In command of fight of the Imlsvlllo democracy Its Col. J. Hmury Allen, of Lexington. flcht nml tn leave no stono Unturned I.oxlngtou, Ky. An oillolal call for In an effort to rout the ropubllonn party a mass convention Saturday, Svptom-he- r here. 4. In tho various magisterial districts by the promoters of tho fusion SEVEN MEN INJURED IN FIRE tlckat, to name tho candidates for magIn Business Section of Louisville, istrates nnd constable, was Issued. Which Causes a Loss of $100,000, Ky. State Ravenna Henderson, Fully Insured. Agent E C. Huntsman filed suit In th toulsrlllc, Ky. Seven men were county court here agnlnat tho Henderinjured In a $100,000 fire which com- son National bank for state and county taxes alleged to be due on Its shares pletely destroyed the wholesale whisky house of W. I Wollcr & Sons, 133 of capital stock of $S0,wo for the year West Main street. The origin of tho 190G. Are Is unknown. Tho Injured aro Thos. Loxlngton, Ky. Col. W. t Walton, J Callahan, Ike Abrams, Joseph Tur-icl- l. cne of the best known of Kentucky O. W. Katttui, John Anshoff, Joseph Haas and George Schrelber Journalists, who. a fw mouths ngo, Gov. Huckhnm thj The whlnky stores damaged were W sold to former U Wellor Sons, S. Grabfelder. 121 Frankfort State Journal, tins purchased West Main strcot. and Wright & Tay- the controlling Interest In, the Kenlor, 135 West Main street Their tucky Evening Gaiette. losses aro divided as follows: W. L Louisville. Ky Tho seventh sons Wcller & Sons, $7i.000. covered by $20,000 festival of the Swiss American socle-tie- s, insurance; S. Grabfeldor, a national organization, which damage by smoko and water, covored by insurance, and Wright & Taylor. was held bore, proved an. Immense About COO visiting singers $15,000 damage by smoke and water, Miccrss. fully Insured. Tho fire was tho worst attended, tho mombers of the local ocloty and the German societies in the business sectlou of LoulsvMIe . s one of the ti,ti Incut 4Hter a Hie prolatlde ie La m lt.0 i ' if Monlgmnrrv ng of fimr oil,.,- (t . lUliilnarite l!,r exciting man I .now n. lieu (lark. s t , he lllhh et.iinl v death alter a In. nd hi UMv u.i threatened to I merehaid uf K 1 l . other." John Sweetie eontrlet, , 1 Interesting News Items Scientists Say That Tea and Coffee Are as Dangerous to Women as Liquor Is to Men. rain lynthed. James Ditrdrn n rnendier .f li. i was t ,t. a mil I -- TOWNS UOHIIOR OF SWEPT AWAY 1,200 PERISH IN FLOOD MEXICAN OKOWB. FLOOD Clark, was The house. l'ROPERTY LOSS WILL. REACH $30,000,000. Victims Caught Like Rata In Trap. River Rushed Through the Town Like a Niagara. Monterev. Meslto TweUe Corpses by the Hundreds Have Hesn Recovered Ten Thousand Being Fed by Municipality. Sweeney was a' on riatk tn recHveifa 4t u automatle eun ether memlnrs ( th torrent ol gro, He eintin ,c tnunitton wsi t . overpowered an 1 . " 8mi t i txe t a t ,, a, L f ' 1 "I-- . I! t l i r , 4 Henderson, Kyi Tho will of John n. Harret. capitalist, financier and tobacconist, was probated here. It dls-poses of an estate valued at about $SOO,000. There are only two heirs, Mrs. Mary H.' Heddens. of St. Joseph, Mo., and Mrs. Augusta ll.irret. daugh ters of the deceased. The Capital fair. thj first given In Franklin county for 20 years, opened Its gates to a large crowd. Tho exhibition of fine galled and roadster horsos was the besi seen In Kentucky this year, lho floral hall contains two rare exhibits, tho famous William Tcnii quilt and the ling nullL Frankfort, Ky. Ky William Mahoncy I.oulsvllle. tiled suit In tho circuit court against sporting ISSUES A FRANK STATEMENT tho F.d Alvey, man, to recover $8,173 which he iialtm Tie lost in gambling with Alvey withia the tiast flvo years. The iietltlon Harriman. Makes Response to Let statos that the money was lost In betters From Correspondents. ting, gambling and wagering In sums Arden, N. Y. Kdward II. llarrinwn, over. of $5 and urged by weary repreenttles of the press, who have camped atiout hi moiin tuln home since Wednesday hot, rnme Louisville. Ky. James Vaughn, CIn ctnnatl farm hand, astonUhid 2,003 out Monday with a statement that he baseball rooters by his slid was all right. lngla work. Almost Though brief, the statement i lar banded he defeated the Columbus club. straightforward and explicit, with per allowing but three hl'S G to 0, He haps a touch of patient resentment at also made four hits himself, Including the sunrilhiure to which he has been a triple; he stole tho only two Iuaos, subjected and a ropiest that reporters withdraw, not so much for Ills sake, but and fanned soven men. for his friend", who have been inter Frankfort, Ky. Judgo Jnmh IN tented dallv coming to and from his Gregory was lieutenant rcsldencn by reslous lnterlewer, eager It colonel of tho First Kentucky regi for the latest bit of Information. ment. Leslie M. Kayo was chosen concludes thus frankly: "If there should he anything serious, captain of Co. II. W. 11. McCulloggh was elected captain of Co. II; It. II I will let the press know, and as I hate Lucas, 1st nontenant, and II. II. Davis, neter deieived them, I u.k that the was ihoson press now withdraw its reprenrutatlves I'd lieutenant. O. II. Tli-and relv on me." 2d lieutenant of Co. I). nd Cl- Monterey, Mexico. The rurr hat ulnidrd titfllrirntly to paasagr into the district lying permit to the south, and a Tint to Inst srclion terrible condition Of tTlr. veiled Once on the south side of the ihrr, evidence of the terrible detrution wrought by the flood were to be seen on eerj hnd. Five blocks of the dittkt were as though they had etliel, and in the remaining pott Ion of the district bodies were being taken from the ruins and buried. Reports from the country up and down the alley of the Santa Cttatlmt arc meager and haid to obtain, but frunt what has been learned, the number of dead lias been plr-- at 2.000 by the rtty authorities, and the number of heme-l-s- a at between 11.000 and 30,000 per- sons. Mot of thee people are In' destituti" lircumitances ami lellrf l badly needed. The authorities are doing all In their power, and the federal goernment has sent $10,000 in woney and provlin for the relief of the sutlerrrs. The food supply is a serious problem and In the city at the present time prices on nearly every artlele have gone out of sight. Itakers are unable to lake many of the regular supply of bread, their orn were flooded during the rains, and there l a scarcity of wood In the city. Corn l plentiful, Imt prsetl- rally all the mill for grinding It have Vegetables ate scarce been destrojed. and thore is no fresh beef In the eity. Milk is scarce, and owing tn the break ing of the main supply pipe of the waterworks there Is no drinking water. Food and water famine is threatened, and lin less trains are gotten through from the Mirth ery wxm, conditions in Monterey will t niojt serious for all, rich and or alike. rltiA ner Winchester, Ky. Charles A. and 300 Counting Macounty school superintendent of chines Needed. Clark, resigned to accept tno Washington. The contracts for tho of tho Cloveiport graded purchase of 100 tabulating machines and school. Tho vacancy wt.8 tendered to 300 counting machines for the census Prof. John E. Lauter, the democratic bureau, which are expected to result In nominee for lho position, nnd be aca saving of nearly a million dollars to cepted. the government, were signed today by the acting secretary of commerce and Lexington, Ky. Cn.pt. Mulllkln labor. Tho Shaw and Chase Company of from with his bloodhounds the successful bidders, Kewark, K. J., Glmllt, Klllot county, whoro ho went to have tho new mawill be required without success to trail the murderer chines installed by April 1 next, and of L. Johnson, who was found dead have given bond in the sum of $01,000 by his wife within sight of his home. ss a guarantee for the performance of the work. The machines are to be built Lexington, Ky. A big delegation of i. .mnnl ultli nlans and specifications Lexington and Contra! Kentucky demThe the census experts. prepared by ocrats, headed by Senator Thomas A. main saving will be in substitution of Combs, Representative W. E. Klalr, power. electrical power for haul former Congressman W. I. Kimball and others, left here oh u special train Smith Beat Jones. of 10 cars for toulsvllle to attend tho New York, All record are broken bj Jeftorsonlan barbocuo. directory for 1909, v.u, Vnrk eltv which has Just appeared with the names Louisville. Ky. Masonic rites were and addresses ot oof,joj persn observed at the funeral of Rev. and the llronx, indicating a popV Slzcmore, scholar, linguist ulation in these two boroughs of nearly and theologian, which took pluce hern. pages thsre are Or. SIzomore was one of the bust 8.000,000. In the 1,819 J,J20 Bmlllu sou j,ivv known IlaptUt ministers of thu staio. 100 Tabulating princi-palshlp Whllo crossing tin trestle that leads to the Kouttiern hrlilen ovor tho Ohio river. Roy Standlglu, 14, and Kdwurd Jansen, 19, wero Instantly Killed, ami ineounre IS. una fntallv Injured bv the Park Hrlttngor accommodation train. In th) clothing of Parks and Jansen a larce niimlinr of nennles wcri) found SeVnrnl hnnilfuls of noiinles were found A num- j near tho scone of tlio tragedy urum-DCr 01 Biol maciiiiiua nui" nt-iInto and tho police suspect that tha three victims knew something of the robbery. Ludlow, Ky. rail-rn.e Biggest Feed Festival. Uulsrllle, Ky. What is styled -- The Jeffersonian Jlarbecuc," to be held on the grounds of the Kentucky Mtate Fair, will be the largest eating fcstital of its kind oil record, mn in Ksntcuky. The entire State has supplied thousand of head of luttlu to feed the crowds, G'us Jaubert, ihet ektraoidlnary, will leceive $00 for making the burgoo alone. Ltery of Kentucky Democratic reprccntatl In congres will seuk, as will hundreds of others prominent In all (Millions of the State. cies. hundred lied. 11.000 honielc. ami nri.iwitv detnace to the client of K0.- 000,000 is the result of a flood which Two Waka nf T,.'.. struck this eity between 1 auJ i otlock Cauit Dstr.:rsU;a. Saturday morning. Mern4ii. Tern t secFor 73 hours it lias raineJ is this in the eutton r ji Cata-riution of the country, nnd the Sante. 4Vt In North t -1 ' '4 rher roie to a height uevrr brlor gia and seeti"ii c . tearhett in the history of the city. of Metiea Dr. ... Th mii Is one of utmoit horror, four for tw to eight n freeli P ' whole eity blocks on the south side has- int. mtunlelidv diuiinrsred. The water winds at! eo.; j r tr.rknt Ilia electric lleht Mailt and lh the elfeet of the S eamplete dsfkness which rrlgnM eutieii tlons there l a 11 es Of Hie ton and Ibis has i t to the terror or th le eoM W heenl and the There i a diownlug fy crop etimt. s onloukers weie iwwerless to eld. When hollght fame the scene was thsn twtt weeks if '' hiJnniluUr. All thrutich the Ho.'yl are wmte prm g dl.triet groups of from 10 t 80 peep! s siaaK mhuri(v. I r c IK Inn nf tMfV top erep at rr,-.l Will w H'eiii' tory Imlhllngs entirely surrmmdcJ by a late frcxt n.K'i! ol waier. a tuiuultln;, eelliln ms Panic rollout T.i;' i a. Ihmiwi dusppeared One by one the. uiil. llidr liuiuaii frriekt. Nothing could -I i lle in the wild current of the Santa ..In... ..I Ik. v. Catarina rler, whkh was rushing down escape from the ' lilng dertmrti' v at the rate of 30 mile aa beur. Mnv iilllfiil arene are reported lie- - had e4oIrd ai u ' , r . iW vlous JliKirs, reiiulncl in their dwelling -m until comjwjled to seek refuge on me tnirr i - Tf v I nlUreil ADu roofs, but too late, for they fimnd them-elI absolutely at the nierey of the lyhurt. The n X '' fire whleh fil. raging stream and unable ro ewajir. Maiivv idtiful scene are reiwrti-.HORSEMAN KILIS SIA8III of families being cut oft frein as. ill tic, line nir Is rciolted ol an en. Qusutl Keiult of Arrst cl tlr familv of the tourer elats hating at llfsderscs k't sought shelter on the roof of their aJobe K Henderson. their dwelling and refusing to t tb s water woukl er ef setersl the limne In the Udirf ' tueetlng In pr"g"- soon ulMlde and that tin) could again e hilled lil lkreocciiuv their abode. The waters came tired four shots s rush. aiM before lieln could on with . " three being pun j ' reurh theui the entire family was awrpi It lay prtwtratr r ' from their pwee of refuge and urownefl morisl that the Seteral llools of the Santa Catarina Duke's r ill r luii nrevtoiiatr been rxnrriencnl taut of warrant' ' ' but nothing so eere aa the ireent flood promoters ef rs'irg and not attende.1 with any serious loss Fully U.000 people are hemeles from Pelltira Has H t I. z:x tlie flood Mini mtr lioliir cared for bv the f Peoria. Ill si- way eity goternineiit III the )lagra nf more ole. At noon bumiay n,uw peopi were s tlon at the lUrt giten bread, collee and soup at the iptl t said to be waking fat ' offices, but them are inanr more ward teeuterv. aim on the south side of the river still out ' that they esn be of reach of shl en account of the still tit relse sre s merltoweil liter. , ft t of twenty-four In Contertatite eitmute of the PtopertV insJc, cotering fir L t ft ti plsre the figure at $x0,000,OO0 jmptem of I he Ih I'.s: throughout the eity. t usnl in tlx-- i' and to the Hlin. s ' Current flurst His Feet. 11. tt Piiver Horit!rri Charlotte, N. C Harvey Ritchie, 50 " j ears otd, elim1iel into one of the big ,MlgUlfl. it, ..... n' transmission tower nf the Southern , , l.riii, In the Power Company at AllKimarle to ascer- ball team r tain If he Kild get a shock by touching had lnsulle.1 relat.vfJ ' ttt I V the wires. As the touth touched tha ...w . n I. it ... mi deadly wire hi feet burst from the forte of the territlc torrent that passed man, gave the U I through his body ami hw dropped tn tho ping on one id " , uw ground dead. , .linr. t niw " -' followed them on t' LOOK FOR PARADISE SOON. . .Mrs. ueytiwo fthe recorder's i "tt U ESCAV Believers in Early Dawn of Millenium DESPERATE MEN Hold Their Conference, rk In Saratoga, X. Y.- IUdieter the Ultle s" f early dawn of the milleniiiiii are gath victa, four ofwh-etlng hern from seteral States for their der and setrral of nrinual conference. 'Ihc follower nf the most notorious r . , sett beliete that In 1911 "after times reaped at the It k I )V. of grest trouble,' the world I to be Thursday inght l.V ' ' 13 eJtu transfoimed into a paradlc. They pro- end of a box car r' .tJ,V fess (o And their foundation fur this lug. They made t' lelief In the study of scripture pioph time tne i..-1 bullet. 1 Xt Mf. f n- , I!, I I e - eue I' tht Ice h- - 1 " au1i tt .. m it' .i.ii - I 'j 1 j - llk. m ( ' J- ' unce. ii. N'ne hundreJ Many People Starving. Lexington, Ky. whites and blacks ussombled In th Waco, Tex. A telegram from MonteOpera houso and nominated a fusion rey suya bodies have already ro tlnktd of Republicans and dlssutlsfloil covered, and many people are starting Democrats to run for county oHlcei from lack of There U no prot Ulons. against tho regular Domocratlc ticket, railroad coiiimunleHtloii. Trulns from Kl Psducah, Ky Ground was broken Fuso ale nut expected to get into the 4H hours yet. Sur at Metropolis, 111., opposite he.n, on stricken in Sun for l.tiU, the destroyed secextension from llerrlu vltors tho llurllnKtou belleti-t'l be starving, us 111., to this city. Knglneeis declare tion, ale wus wanhrd away, and noth everything tho extension Is the llrst movo by the coming in fiom llurllngton to establish a tht ugh rou'e lug is Is sunoiliiding themthe outside. on all sldea to the Gulf for a share of the n.KtteJ Water Is Impossible to cross. and it ' Panama rutin) trade U-e- JAIL YOU. VOL1VA. Kescuru N'yack, ... n. v.. 1"' ' From B' ( 1 Leader's As. Schedule Places sets at 83c. Waukcgan, III- .- In the $10,000 libel judgment case tieiiding ugsinst him, Wi! liam Uleiill Volita has IIIhI with Kherill (irifllil a Hthcdulc, whitli he a)S lists his t utile pioixrty. It mid: "One writing dek, wearing upparel one set religion liooks, 83 cents cash." The second writ, which sends Volivu to jull, has not been serted, hut the climax I expected when he Is sent to jail M.'t homesteader ner fatally wounded old daughter fi""' had pleked her ( aoo yards awav child's scream". V ' '"" ' " l ' ' , ., f (t, f ,,a t . t4 , ; , , t , l The horse threw leg, when the g" ' him In a fearful ' bowellng him 1 mid urms alm' st was uulnjured, , ( vr . vf i ' . ',tiW MnavkHHanMHMHMBvM Farmers and Merchant: Bank Clinton Btrcet, Hickman, Kentucky. zoLrij 8YN0PSH. -- vJ3V ....ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.... That we offer to depositors. Other inducements are of secondary importance. Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage. ,t on warning hi m't n mime-- i o ilnor Jniior x .. ,i f 1 si ,m lili , .rul mini' lit t h r , i . ' nrnn,lil.walk mng 111 i,. i inn, ttnrn III 0k. A at" iii- -i e t ., , iy a nto Ii liln liatno. king tn i eBparMillir. H n rook, f' t'l lrr iIm young n! Hto hl ' . i Prl- tt forming Anltr rnil t i i. v..rl.l. M iitutvl ovrrc.ro. t. ' n M.HLml It' ln tiprl lrl, Inll npnet "' CHAPTEn . i ui Y . "f miu'iij. mo. ur,1 j I 1 1. r' T n nnf You have," Vl alio the . Jowci "II saio Tim ..k..( h - n in your cont pocket " rr- t j 1 - ' I. un r was free. Malt-- . 'h lii own Into tho ' 'I1 coat. "They're ftslnly ' ii.e ' MlJ she. "Can t: i m i' - nwt'h a spreading cr sldo of tho road. . K n offered hlti hand; ?' (incurs touohwl his l r , .imped In. Ha liesf - a e'asJmjc by the side or h La ' horn cunningly hid' ,. ' " ! "y j o yourself ii r, 'Most assuredthat I - I .' I, acaln Ic sure of that," i voice and took- - "We Have No Tims," Said She. "Can You Drive Tho girl smiled faintly through her tell. "You havo been most kind," sho told him In a tired voice. 'Thank you from my heart. Mr. Anlsty," and made a move as If to relieve him of his charge. "Is that all!" ho demanded, blankly. "Can I ray more?" I am to go no further "I with you?" Hick with disappointment, he rose and dropped to tho sidewalk aallclpatlog her affirmative answer. "It you would plraso mo." said the girl, "you won't Insist." "I don't," ho returned, ruefully. "Itut are you quite sure that you'ro all right now?" "Quite, th'ank you, dear Mr. Anlsty 1" With a pretty gesturo of conquering Irupulso sho swept her veil nsldo, and T" ' n w.in't make It any j i'm i 1 ' ur nM trltle himself : era1 grasping; throttlo x tho great machine h like a llvo thine, w .; to bncK out into ' !.: ti i i! n ad center, . if und unleashed, 'miles away k'n - f" ra lntnt (! It scetnetl to then ven ... over t - '. '"1 JI "Only one," ho made supplication. ra i of the ferry house wero In "I'vo dono nothing" ' f1 "Nothing hut be more kind than I aralnst them when at "!l 'iRit tho big machine cm say!" r .d i it panting halt. Ilka "And you'ro not going to back ' J ti rv rdrm n thoroughbred. of our partncrshlpT" ."j vr perforce endured ft "Oh!" And now tho color In her ' ' f 'r 15 ininlltc nnlttinr fnnnil checks was warmer than that which 'fk h ra- ,nR or ,.i, (i1Q wordg the dawn had lent them. "No. . . . ,H Mclotho their thoughta 1 shan't back nut." And sho smiled. ie ifitt. m The Blrlseomed very "And If I cnll a meeting of tho board -j a rr rwih head drooping and of management of Anlsty and Went-wort4 ijiy iii ncr tap. ou will promise to Limited, to I t'ant query ns to her attend?" ( " rc'urn a monosyllabic : 'Yo-oII" 'U not again venture "Will It be too early It I call imo h' en his own part Jio was for fa cogging sense of ex- - "Why" a i" awn and haggnril "Say at two o'clock this altemoon, '' and temples; and at Kugeno's. You know tho plavo?" ho was keeping uwnko "I hnvo lunched there " ' his being already n- "Then you shall ngaln toMay. You won't (llmppolnt mo?" f '' 'i I off tho sullen river I shall "1 will be there. I ITv. "50 measure tu rnvlvn bo Klad to como. Now please!" f Wl'ro operiQil and "You'vo promised. Don't forget." r, M 'alcn a placo oh tho fer-- " Ilo stepped back and stood In a sort ' f J extreme. Day was of dreamy tlaze, while, with ono final ni'- v,otU, above abort' wonderful smJIu at parting, the girl asI" ' w U bright magenta, tho sumed co ti tret ot the machine nsd wau Boft turquolso and swung tt out from tho curb. Mnltlnnd :J u'lruptly, whllo tho big watched It forgo slowly up tho avonuo ' i irgod across tho nar- - and vanish round the Thirty-sixt, Of I'M.. uiur, .1 iuo sun street corner; then turned bis faro ii " a tll0Ut nod turned to southward, ulghlug with weariness and !)' of fairy land tho discontent. Manhat-L- a :,' "ul I,ron, street a policeman, At Thirty-fourt,'!'! nbovo u,on "or lounging beneath the corrugntcd Iron , UUllUIIIgS. nwnlng ot a ccrner saloon, faced about I .? ' I an l,ln I.. with a low whistle, to staro after him. II0Kt'" wUh MatMand Multland oxportonccd a chill sense of mm up to second avouuo, criminal guilt: ho was painfully con. J brought It to a stun scious of thoso two shrewd eyes, bor.. He nortb- - f Thirty. ing glmlet-llkInto his back, over U r", ' looking no dotal! of tho wreck of his w W,hfr" ho Inquired, evening clothes. Involuntarily he , they down at .. ""'"viiii iviiu; glanced mechanically his legs, and edge III beneath, the moved v :3 Thereafter, r of tho t rf, hy tho frcniy of tho warm rose-glo' " - r en. they bored on day tinted her wan young checks with Ht" ' '?r'!' crashing along do-- color. And her oyea were ns stars, ; ti bright with n mist of emotion, brimfas' a hand of pallid light ming with gratutudo and something ' cf the night, and tho elso. Ho could not any what; but one ' -" ' . 'afo against It, stark thing ho know, and that was that sho t i p. wiv (pauhlly. tho was worn with excitement and fatigue, dusk spread over tho near to tho point of breaking down. fo the enlth the light' "You're tired." ho Insisted, solici'n ! reeled and died, and tous. "Can't you let mo V ;fi (1? if and thoroughfares lay "I am tired," sho admitted, wistfully, h rhosUy twilight as tho volco subdued, yet rich nnd vibrant. ' " a" ng throuch tho crlru. "So. please. I'leaao let mo go. Don't ( '" - hlnturland of Lone t ask mo any questions now." i now-bor. t' a minute ero they ' rn ever tho Myannls '!' further on Mnlttan'! n l ' lumplnu out, lighted I" tLo seat again no : t ho throw In the c and tho world flunB ' rating. rn :-1: c- - " ' J re-"- s u r ... of his overcoat llko twin animated columns ot mud nnd dust, openly advertising his misadventures. Ho felt In his soul that tfiey shrieked aloud. Hint they would presently succeed In dinning nil tho town awake, so that tho startled iiopulaco would como to tho windows to staro In wonder as he passed by. And Inwardly bo groaned and quaked. As for tho policeman, after somo reluctant hesitation, ho ovcrcamo the Inherent Indisposition to exertion that affects his kind, nnd, swinging his stick, stalked after Maltland. Happily (and with heartfelt thanksgiving) tho young man chanced upon a somnolent and bedraggled hack, at rest In tho stenciled shadows of the Third avonuo elevated structure. Its pilot was snoring lustily tho sleep of tho belated, on the box. With some difficulty ho was awakened, nnd Malt-lan- d dodged Into tho musty, dusty body ot tho vehicle grateful to escape the unprejudiced staro ot tho guardian of tho pence, who In another moment would havo overtaken him and, doubtless, subjected him to embarrassing Inquisition. As tho nnclont rattled noisily over tho cobbles, somo ot the shops wore taking down their shutters, tho surface cars wero beginning to run with Increasing frequency, and tho spnrsoly wero becoming sidewalks populated. Famlllnr as the sights were, they wero yet somehow strangely unreal to tho young man. In a night tho faco ot tho world had changed for him; Its features loomed weirdly blurred and contorted through atmosphere of the mystical gray-golthe land of Komancc, wherein ho really lived and moved and had his being. Tho blatant day was altogether prewas n dream, someposterous; thing nightmarish; last night ho had been awake, last night for tho first years of existence time In twenty-odho had lived. Ho slipped unthinkingly ono hand Into his coat pocket, seeking. Instinctively his cigarette case; and his fino l gers brushed tho of n canvas bag. Ho Jumped as If electrified. Ho bad managed altogether to forgot them, yet rn his keeping wore tho Jowols, Maltland heirlooms the swag and booty, tho loot and plunder of the night's adventure. And ho mulled happily to think that his Interest In them was BO psr rent, depreciated In 24 hours; now ho owned only four-wheely d coarsu-grnlnei- " -- L.; ,,,, f; ' ' 1 L Suddenly he eat up, w,th happy ejres and a glowing faco. She had trusted terview." Maltland remarked a volco well mod' him! ulatcd and a eood cholco ot words. II roso courteously. CHAPTER V. "I should bo plensed to do so," h Incognito. At noon, precisely, Maltland stirred suggested, "It you could advance any between tho sheets for tho first tlmo reason for such a roquost," Mr. Snalth smiled discreetly, fumslnco ho had thrown htmsolt Into his bod stirred, and, confused by what- bling In his Bido pocket. A second slip ever alarm had awakoned him, yawned ot cardboard appeared between his fin stupendously, and sat up, rubbing gers as ho stepped over toward Mx.lt. cienoiied lists In his eyes ta clear them land. "If I had not feared It might deprirs of sleop'a cobwebs. Then ho bent forward, vtasplng his knees, smiled large- mo ot this Interview, I should hats ly, replaced the smlla with a thought- st'nt In my business card at once," hi ful fioun, and In such wlso contem- said. "1'oruilt me." (TO liU CONTfHUXD.) plated the foot ot tfct bed for sovuraJ halt. minutes his first conscious Impression, that he had something delightful to lock forward to yielding to a vagus recollection of a prolonged shrill tintinnabulation as If tho tclephono boll In tho front room had been ringing for somo time. nut ho waited In vain for a repetition of tho sound, and ovcntually concluded that ho had been mistaken; It hnd been sn echo from his dreams, most likely Ilcsldes, who should call him up? Not two people know that ha was In town; not even O'Hagan was nwaro that ho had returned to his rooms that morning. Ho gaped ngaln, stretching wide his nrms, sat up on tho edgo of tho bed, nnd heard tho clock strlko 12. Noon and Ho had an cn gagement at two? He brlghtoncd at tho memory and, Jumping up, pressed an electric call button on tho wall. Ily tho tlmo ho had padded barefoot to the bathroom and turned on the cold-wter tap, O'Hagan'a knock summoned him to tho hall door. "Dack again, O'Hagan: and In desperate niBh. I'll wnnt you to shavo mo and send some telegrams, please. Must be off by 1:30. You may get out my Kray striped flannels" hero he paused, calculating his costume with careful discrimination "and a black' striped negllgco shirt; gray socks; russet low shoes; blnck nnd white cneck tie broad wings. You know where to find them all?" "Shuro ylss, sor." O'Hagan showed no evidence of surprise, tho eccentricities of Mr. Malt land could not move htm, who was In ured to them through long association and observation. Ho moved away to execute his Instructions, quietly cf Dy tho tlmo Maltland had flclent finished splashing and gasping In the bathtub everything was ready for the ceremony of dressing, In other words, 20 minutes later Maltland, bathed, shaved, but still in dressing gown and slippers, was seated at his desk, a cup ot black coffee. steaming at his elbow, a number ot yellow telegraph blanks beforo blm, a pen poised between his fingers. It was In his mind to send a wire to Crcssy, apologizing for his deser tion ot tho night Just gone, and an nouncing bin Intention to rejoin the party from which tho motor trip to New York had been as planned but a temporary defection, In time for din ner that same evening. Ho nibbled the end of the pcnholdor, selecting phrases, then looked up at tho at tentive O'Hagan. "Drlng mc a New Haven time table. please," ho began, "and " Tho door bell abruptcd his words. clamoring shrilly. "What tho dcuco?" ho demanded "Who can that bo? Answer It, will you, O'Hagan Ho put down the pen, swallowed his coffee, nnd lit a clgarottc, listening to the murmurs nt the hall door. An In stant later. O'Hagan retrncd, bearing a slip of white pasteboard which ho de posited on tho desk before Maltland "'James Hurleson Snalth.'" Malt-lanread aloud from the faultlessly engraved card. "I don't know him. What docs ho want?" "Wouldn't say, sor; seemed sur prised whin I towld him ye were In, an said ho was glad to hear it bus! noss prcssln", says he." "'Snalth?' Hut I never heard th name before. What does be look like? "A glntlcman, sor, be th' clothes av him an' th' way ho talks." "Well . . . Devil take the man! Show him In." "Very good, sor." Maltland swung around In his desk chair, his back to tho window, expres ston politely curious, as his caller en tcrcd the room, pausing, hat In hand. Just across tho threshold. Ho proved to bo a man apparently of mlddlo age, of height approximating Mnltland's; his shoulders were slightly rounded as It from habitual bending over a desk, his pose mild and defer ential. Dy his eyeglasses and pecrini by look, he was hit dress, a gentleman ot taste nnd JuJr ment as well as ot means to gratify both. A certain Jaunty and summery touch In his attlro suggested a person ot lolturo who had Just run down from bts country pluco for a day In town. His volco, when ho spoko, did uotb. lug to dispel the Illusion. "Mr. Maltland?" ho oponcd the con vvrsatlon briskly. "I trust 1 do not Intrude? I'sliall bo brief as possible. If you will favor me with a private In i i 11. DUCI1ANAN, President -- J. A. TH0J1P50N, Cacbltr. DmncTORs- H. Buchanan, J. J. C. Dondurant, O. B. Threlkeld, 3. W. Alexanflir, Dr. J. M. Hubbard. R. M. Isler, T. A. Ledford, THE SAFE8T AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY ... LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 'FOR RATES APPLY TI LOOAL MANA8ER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE HSUNU1U ft TELEGRAPH CtV a . . . IUR STOCK IS COMPLETE -- Absolutely THE BEST-- AND .. . nillionairo Canned Goods. Heinz5 Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & 5anborn'5 Coffees and Teas. OaU on or Ulaphon us when In nd of GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS or FEED3TUFF3. Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries; Ledford & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED ISM. TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Suocessor to B. O. Ramafe, d.catMd.) ilarble and Granite flonuments CURB! NO, HICKHAN. STONfi t t WORK : at all kind!, IRON FENCINO. KENTUCKY Davidson & Stubbs Meet Your Friends AT i " r W DENTISTS. OFFICES: Hickman, Kj, Or.r Cowctll's drug store. Union City, Tcnn. In C. B. A, Lauderdale's beXhsi aleotrlo Tonsorial Parlors Best In Hickman. Hot and Gold lights and fAM, hydraulic chairs and eretythlof for comfort. d Clinton Street, Hickman, Next door to Jones' Cafe. Kj. building. LAND Casli Book Store Splendid Selection . . . FOR SALE Both city and farm property at rcasonablo prices. If yon have real estate for sale, lot us get you a buyer. ADDRESS: New Books. Stationery. Post Cards, Notions, Etc our stock. Call and Ererjrthlog- - near-sighte- . Hickman Courier Realty Ci Hickman. Kentucky. Mary Berendes&Gompany Let JJs Be Your Waiter We never ttre of helping others when they ask for good job printing. We can tickle the most People who exacting typographic appetite. have partaken of our excellent service come back for a second serving. Our prices are the most reasonable, too, and you can always depend on ui giving your orders the most prompt careful attention. Call at this office and look over our samples. and JOB PRINTING ,7; little can a cbiayor than the other fellow. Wedding Invitation., letter headi. bill sal. bill, tatem.nta. dodger, cards, etc., all receive; ti. same careful treatma&t Juit a littl. Utter than seems Decenary. Prompt 4livry alwa;. Prtr fc4, U,it,.fc. Hot coffee nt nil lunula hoursCrescent for chapped Dudley Co Kennedy's Kuiollcnt ...GOOD MEDICINE... Good medicine requires good material. Good medicine requires good compounding. Because of these facts we see that every ingredient used in medicine going out of our store is good in quality and good in being prepared only by qualified pharmacists. pt tho Lyric ls'-Fr10-1- niik Ounr Hrott a spell of fever. Is nolo to bo up after GET A LINE ON OUR ALL Kd Hard wao hero from Fulton this week attending court Cypress Yates Ky. On A. 3h(nglet $1.00 a thouiand Kirk ShlngloCo., Hickman, 10th thro'-column- tho to Indies. nnd page wo print of matter of special Interest coming--have WOOL LINE We're ready for Fall Clothes orders with nearly 950 All Wool, Snappy, Stylish, Dependable patterns. windows Job Shop. Winter's fixed now. your doors Hickman HICKMAN DRUG CO. INCORPORATED. A. S. Jim Ilarkctt loft today for Clnrln natl to buy fall and winter goods for Ilarkctt. Sco A. S. Ilarkctt for tho best heart shingles. Prices lower than nnyono olso In town. Walter Hutchinson, a prominent merchant of Clinton, was In this city on business Tuesday . Uso "Sansparlel" Flour. Tho best coffee you ever drank The Round Table Oct. 2Cth. tho Crescent. Mrs. D. H. WlUon Is visiting relatives this week. CowglU's Drug place- you can ut About the most popular cough mid Iodic on tho market today Is Tnrplne Holm & Ellison soil it. Ira Monan left last week for Chi I llcothe. Mo., to take a business cours in ono of Missouri's best colleges. we make your clothes, no matter what the price may be, you.get cloth that is guaranteed All Wool. If May-fiel- d J. ry. 1 Maddox was in Fulton, Storo Is tho only Mrs. W. A. Johnston and children get ItEO. returned from llrownsvlllo, Tuesday If its In tho grocery lino, wo havo whero thoy have been vIsltliiK rein tlves. It. C. II. Mooro. Phono No.4. 11.00 - It wilt make a difference, whin Beautiful oak contor tables from you call on that best girl, It you take up. Home Furnishing Co. a box of Jncob'H Candy. Hickman Buy your coal now. Hickman Ice The "O. K." Laundry will do good Drug Co. A Coal Co. honest work. Roy Waters, agent. S. L. Dodds left this morning for A. il. Shaw, of Statu Line, was hero Tako your product) to C. II. Moore, Union City to look after somo corn ou uusiuess ycsiuruay. ho had stored In tho llnrdy Grain Co, ou thu hill. Highest prices paid. It might bo culled thu Kuiauclpa-tluelevators. Ira Green camo in last week to term o Circuit Court. Geo. Millet, recently of Cairo, has spend several days with his father accepted a position In Jones' Cafe TAlU'IXtt for coughs and colds ' Marlon Wilson, of Jackson, Tenn., taking tho place of lioyd Moss, who 2ic pur buttle. Helm ii Ellison. Is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Sam Sal has gone to Illodgutt, Mo. Let's inako Oct. 2Cth thu biggest mon. Purity and quality drug prompt day wo have over had in lllckiuau. Telephone your grocery order to ncss and accuracy In compounding it, A. Catos, wlfo und son, of Tip- - No. 38 tho Old Reliable all goods Is tho motto In the Hickman Dnuc touvlUu, wero lu tno city yesterday dollvercd. Company's prescription department Miss Delia Champion, ago 50 years Mrs. A. S, Uarkctt uuU cnlldren left It Is reported that Miss Mildred wis uiorumc lor Jinouru, ty., w vu died of cancor at her home In Ful .daughter of Mr. and Mrs u ucr sister. ton, Monday. IJ. McGehee, of near Cayce. will b married next Wcdnosdey evening to List your real estate with Uio Cour Miss Gladys Urower, of Mayflold, liernloo White, a popular young man ier, it we dou't sell it, li doesu'i Is tho guest of Miss Victoria ISondu or the ;amo neighborhood. cost you a cent. rant this week. Cashier W. C. Heed spent Sunday Airs. John ford, of Cairo, spout with his parents at Fulton. Wo un A. S. Barkett, In West Hickman, dorstand a blondo effect bOt-ru-l au)u m mckuiau iuis euK at that place ino guest of relatives. has somo heart shingles for sale is responsible for this buslnoss. Hoys don't do all this slkk FOll SALK: 02 acres uncleared laud Prices the lowest. ing up Just to go and see pa. 5 miles below lilcJunau, at tzz.ui) per Wo shall bo glad when tho North aero, inquire at this olficu. If folks who are borrowing this pa Polo question is settled. It looks like per from tholr neighbors will come somebody has lied. In and tell us they are not able to "Klb" Souiers wus hero first ut subscrlbo for It, we will see that they FOll SALE: Three-roothu week thu guest of friends, lie housoand get paper. When a Is lot in West Hickman. Prlco J200. hardthe to spend 2c a person for too is located ut JacKsou, i'oun. up week hi Call at this office. homo paper, they aru objects of char The leu factory, ut iiartiu, Touu., Ity if too stingy, thoy ought to bo was destroyed by Ilro Tuesday. Well, For chapped hands nothing better ashamed to Impose on their good than Kennedy's Kuiollept. Ask for neighbors. thu leu seasou Is over, anyhow. it. Hickman Drug Co. Thu party of lllckwanlti. who Wo handlo thu celebrated Sanspa Harry Judge, of Now Madrid, Mo., havo boon touring tho West for 30 rlel Flour, und guarantee every sack a former Hickman boy, wns in town days, returned homo Saturday They of It, Iiettersworth & Prather. wero Mrs. 8. M. Hubbard, Mrs. J. M. yesterday on business. "All things come Ut him who waits" Held, Misses Uottlo nnd Allle Dodds except clothes. Get that uuw suit Best Clear Heart Cypress Shingles and Charlotto Hubbard. Their Itlnury today. Millet & Alexander cuu give $3.50 a thousand. Yates & Kirk Included ScatUo, Yellowstone Park. you a fit. Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. Denver and other points of interest. Paul Ulakeiuorc, who Is running a Ouu of our subscribers Informs us In tho Fulton Leader's automobile that thu story (The Urass Uowl) now Nlcklcodeon at Kennet, .Mo., Is the contest, which closed TiimkiIiii thu running in Uio Courier Is thu best he guest of Hickman relatives. winners wore Atkins Cole, automoever read. bile. 2.342. 31)0 vnttt: Vnvlnr The Mutual Protective Leaguo of piano, 2.156,860 votes; W. A. you aru not satisfied with Ken If p, suuo or rurnituro, sso.aso votes, nedy's F.molleiit, for chapped hands. fers tho best llfu lusuranco contract Swaiih. buecv. Sfil.KKO vnti.n Mr J. Vnv I know of. Let mo explain it to you. lor, of this city, put up u good fight irritated skin, etc., you get your lj-.it. li. speed. for tho first prixo but the second money back. All kinds of meats at iluoro'a gro v This guarantee will appeal to you if you know how many styles are sold as "All Wool" that contain 25 per cent cotton, carded in the wool so only experts can detect it. Good honest woolens r are a strong inducement, but we ask for your next order with the intention of serving you with perfect tailoring and correct fit as well. From $13 to $40 Suit or and we moke Overcoat cvery-Sunda- "FITTING CLOTHES" BRADLEY FINDING THE NORTH POLE. Dr. Cook, who discovered tho north pool, tells tho following story of his travels In tho bleak regions of the & PARHAM t OLOW Th- IS BEFORE LONG There will be need of cold weather remedies ami It will be well (or you lo know the place that's best prepared to fill your wants. Already we have begun to stock up with the needed things in such quantity and variety that you may depend on get ting whal you want here. AT THE DEADBTJI c Calvert Chapter No. 85, It. A. M., will hold uu election of officers at thuir hall lu Moscow on thu afternoon of thu 4th Wednesday lu this mouth POSTS FOR SALE: Good Mulber- ry Posts, on river bank near Lee Lino warchouso, at 22c each and in largo or small quantities. Fred Hay dun, Hickman, Ivy. Illckuiau received her first bale'' of VJV'J cottou last Thursday, it was raised on thu J. D. Johnson farm, bought by thu J. F: & S. L. Dodds aud Co. Within another week, cotton will bu coming iu pretty lively. At last tho peoplu of Hickman huvu an opportunity of buying tho bust candy ou tho market iu thu popular Cc, 10c, aud 15c packages. Jacob's Candy, Bold by thu Hickman Drug Co. Special services ut thu Methodist church, next Sunday ut 11 u. ui. Thu pastor, Itev. J. W. Waters, will have for his subject "God's Koyul liounty." Good music aud a hearty welcome awaits you. Sunday school at IMS. Of courso the north polu belongs to us, uud If you want lo know whero It is, bunt for tho top of thu world In your geography. When you havo found It, just Imagine a flag polu stuck lu tho ground and waving old glory. Tho tlmo Is soon coming when thero will not bo a spot of ground ou tho earth, nor a sauuru foot of water lu tho boas, hut has inado tho acquaintance of tho American flajf, and Anirelca's best drink ftHO. Jacob's Candles, (made fresh lust Fulton county will J010JIOO.O0O per night) at thu Hickman Drug Co. lu 6c, 10c and 16c packages or larger year in tno sheep raising Industry u mo county is quarantined on ac If you wish them. count of scabies. Tho Governor of tho state with Sec STOLEN: Little white Scotch ter retary of has Interceded of thotheU. 8 Agriculture rler dog with brown spots. Anyone to suspend taking measures to nuar returning thu dog to .Mrs. Auulu Hut- - nntlno the sheep of Kentucky until we can havo a reasonable chuiicu to 14p ter will receive roward. stamp out tho disease. Tho Governor NOTICE: I havo thu aguncy for thu has also called n mooting of all Conn Commercial-Appeal- , Nashville Amur ty Judges, County Attorneys nnd lean uud St. Louis aud sheep , bredors to meet at loulsvlllu. Sept. 15. to counsel to samu will bu found on sale at my Wedm-sdny13c. gethur ou this subject and take action restaurant. L. D. Purry. to avoid tho great Injury und loss NOTICE: The Standard Oil Co., which will huppuii If l ho quarantine goes on. Hilton county sheen nils will hereafter deliver coal oil und gasoline ou Monday, Wednesday uud ors had bettor got busy. This Is no Idle talk. Friday only. Phone CI. Moso llar-ketAgent, li'tf Thu Farmers Gin & Grain v'o.. of mis city, oougiu tliolr first halo of "Faint heart no'er won fair lady." 1909 cotton, Saturday, from Hunk aicuks, paying u uttlro brings courage aud Thu cotton was premium price of 4c. rnlsud on the Rose Is lrresUblu with a majority of thu Oman placo. We might also stutn fair. Wear International Clothes. hero that tho management of this gin lias been making a number of Im Millet & Alexander. provomonts principally enlarging tho Ituv, J, W. Waters spout last week piant, and now havo ample facilities lu thu upper end of thu county doing for handling all the fleecy stnnlo they are able to get. season, their soiuu preaching for thu good people first year, they were short on both Ho reports u flue trip ginning capacity and storage room: of Harmony. und a fluu meeting, and suys thu peo- and anticipating a greater volume of plu of that neighborhood aru fluu uusiuess inr mis year, nave prepared for It. C. T. Hondiirunt. the toner- folks. ul manager, tells a Courier man that going to make It worth while Foster lluiuu uud W. P. .Mungrum, ho is for farmers to bring their cotton to two of thu Cumberland Telephone of- Hickman, If within northing llko a ficials of Memphis, were hero Frlda reasonable distance of this place. to sue how wo wore progressing with Good prices will bo paid und every Inducement offered that Is comnionsu-ratdie construction work of tho II with good business principles. Telephone Co. We understand thu Clarence. Ilruer has been empolyed as layout didn't meut with their appro- buyer, nnd Jack Kfflnger will have bation to tho fullest extent, but we charge of the scales and books. It Hickman doesn't get tho cotton businotice that Manager Davis Is letting ness of this section, It will not be the work stand Just as It Is. the fault of our local cotton men. Post-Dispatct, Well-fitting o win "Holy sorao. north: "After a prolonged fight agalne. fatnlno und frost we have nt last succeeded In reaching the north pole A now highway of laud was discovered on which rents the earth's northernmost rocks. A triangle of 30,000 square miles has been out out of tho terrestlal unknown. Tho uxpudl-tloHas tho outcome of a summer cruise In tho Artie region on the Hchoonor llradley, which arrived ut the limits of navigation In Hmlth Sound lato In August, 11)07. 1 tire the conditions wore found to launch the venture to reach the polo. J. il. llradley was liberally supplied from the vessel with suitable provisions for local uso. My equipment for emergencies sorved well for wvery purposo lu thu Artie. .Many Ksgliuos had gathered nt An- natoka, Greenland, for the winter! bear hunt, aud Immense qualities of meat were collected. About the onins wero plenty of strong dogs u com bination of luck and good uiaterlnl forv tho equipment. All that was required wns conveniently nrrnnged 700 miles from the polo. Tho workshop built packing boxes and thu nortlim most trlbo began tho problem of devising a suitable outfit. Tho cam paign opened by sending a scouting purty over tho Auierlcun shores lo oiploro tho way aud to seek thu game hnuuts. Sunrise, 1908, (February), tho main expedition embarked ou the voyage to thu polo. It consist-vof 11 men ami 10.1 dogs drawing 11 heavily laden sleds. Thu uxpudl Hon left tho Greenulnd shore und pushed westward over leu to Smith Hound. As we crossed tho bulging 1 u inutUMl pin' and pwpl- phK-- e hnf r. I.. forin- whf li ' U 0. I Till Hit a k I sr.- which iniiiii' similar tUat bon.nl beat thr ue urn' J" r. i UHdr Ue fUMS Ul pwv go lo anwtli' i It. for Oh- - iin i ImihU Hill '" ' i stnndlMK f of '' stor and ne" to another hi eockwl bat gum I'll SIUMMI.il nsarty all om . Helm & Ellison, W A BANQLET 7k SOME WHEAT LOSERS. are the names of some of the farmers lu the neighborhood of 8tnU Line, who had wheat stured In tho Hardy Grain Co. elevulor. at Un Ion City, and will lost) largely. Many of them did not vtm knap their sued hollowing whtmt. G. 1). Thrwlksld, Luther .Maddox. I.ocut gliU(mm lllokman (' bauqust ut tin night to Its " turs and - -- it Ci Cainu " The n u i ii ' dainty that all pren plsllty frW Of ' d"i' After Ilvs. Kis d ' feud fully sk tho .M. W. Tlw K i l s 0- bushels. 1,400 bushels. Will Hire uud Ilerry Throlkuld, 10UO VP the fv J- - a a i ' lv 700 COO has biwn gn fow weeks bushels. In of Kllesmuru Hound lo tho I'aolflc slope, thu temperature sank iiiIimis 83 centigrade. Buveral of tho dogs wero frozen. Tho men miffurlng se verely, but wo soon foumL,tho game trails along, which tho way was easy. O Tnrplno for Colds. business- ("'" " try hns t unil Inereaw saving devlK Hble lo liHintl" lime of biisli" son. Wt ai- 1 nous prospni"-goosign of elublvely Itiat coining to Jl" growing l I" " cultural fMil"r years go by O measure to lh H Suits cleaned nnd nruased ntione handling tin c r. No. 81 Work collected aud delivered est market lrU a. lu thu city. bushels. Henry aud Ixionard .MoAlurry Maddox, inands of tie llros., 1,000 bushels. . Israel Clark, 1100 bushels. Tom I'rntlier, Jr., 1,200 bushels nnd n lot of hay. Mrs. Mury Itoso, 26 tons hny. li. C Carter, 200 bushels wheat. Green Adums, Win. Muyus and oth ers lire Included In the list but wo uro unable to luuru tho amount of thuir loss. A mooting of thu creditors will bo held lu Union City today. I -- l' II i II - f v cf " nl I"" "i i tl p' r1' I ,n M n si"1 I f Jl II PRESIDENT'S DAY" AT 'HICKMAN Saw ...... .. V.ru -- 1: M - hi THE HICKMAN (COURIER. Tflam n r, OCTOBER 26. MAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS TO BE HERE. A BLUE MARK MERE mean that yotir tab. erlptlon hu expired Renew promptly if you want pter to coma to yon after thta month ih 'Aflt 111 PfU ft Commercial Ulaoon . up tho Hill of Success. . The Courier has B Rnnnirln' Iinnr1 Tpnm. Kronen f)io Prion nf Vnnr TItannn. fit it lnn anil T.nfm HO. VUnh Tin M WESTERN inNIOCKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1909. WHOLE ESTABLISHED IH THE TEAR 1HSH OHI4. UNKNOWN FLOATER FOUD. THE LAST SWIM Byron Williams. GET READY mm FOR WINTER biii2hIi TI10 body of an unknown floater was found at Oovernmcnt Light 440 near Thompson's Landing Monday afternoon by Mesdames Doogan and Carllalo, who woro going to attend to tho light. Coroner llowlo was notified and went down immediately to hold Inquest. Tho body was that of a man about 40 years of age appar ently, but was so badly decomposed that it could not be determined whether It was white or black. He was uresscd as a laborer, having on corduroy pants and a black coat. In his pdeket was found a ptcco of paper with '.'St. Louis" on it, and GOc In coin. No marks or other means of Identification were discovered and the body was burled at county ezpenso. Charleston Courier. Make the Farm More Attractive. You can do this by installing a telephono. You can moko the surrounding on your farm Just as attractive to your sons and daughters as If you were living In the heart of a big city. Our excellent service and THE PUTTY QUESTION $$$ attractive "Farmers' Lino" rates aro not to bo compared with the benefits derived. Call tho manager. Cumberland Telephone A Telegraph Company, Incorporated. WILL WED TONIGHT. According to announcements, Jas. Maddox one of tho most popular young men of' this vicinity, will be married tonight to Miss Eunice Adams, a well known and charming young lady, residing four miles southwest of Moscow. Tho wedding will take place at 9 o'clock at the home ot tho bride. Tho bride Is a daughter of W. O. Adams, one ot the substantial farmers ot Moscow neighborhood; the groom Is a son of L. C. Maddox, of State Line, a highly respected farmer of this Vicinity. Rev. Lowery, of Clinton, will perform tho ceremony, after which the happy couplo will leave for Now York for a two Weeks' trip. Here's tho Courier's best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Maddox. if it i at he oil diving-- place, I could (tit feet It link down t my Rhoett iited tire Uat wlmmeri when we cot near I thee- jail In the hall I could hear Kat and thee other kldi 'be Kellers wont lobawl' an rlumky ami Hkln. they took ui In and thee Mayor he ed, 3 Harm In lha irlrk "Whiten .f these Criminal tier la the n.r ! iwttjr qukkl HeadT" then he looked Madt I wut feeling quit i) pale. Itraplea roaa . fa an jrawY nVl "speak," eed tbee Mayor, "or awl tu I at ii Ullla as a, nth, Jail! tl) Wl,l fW U then I bawled out. "It will (lit thee Laat I' iiy shirt In a knot Hwlm" i at ihat a hale lot! iTenmthow that Beamed 2 11 funny i lllml neit Oilnif he lulled and enplaUied how X' pi' k up a II (Oef- tw kln.l t a auia.) ahtraM knot co In thr Criek with rum the Katlbmia out clelthe. then he ed "That will II awl for thli ( Kellers w lUol time:" i'r in S sra Pa maybe yew think that ua Klda didn't Mil tn my Ma, kltin. 1 Up the Chimney is Where Half Your Fuel Money Goes When the Ordinary Stove is Used used by stove manufacturers for making While the stove is' brand new the puttv does the work asked of it. A hot fire for a few months cracks the putty, it drops out of place, leaving the stove full of air leaking cracks, allowing the gases and the fuel and a big part of the heat generated to be sucked up the chimney and thus wasted. of all the fuel you put into the putty jointed More than one-hastove is lost in this way. If your old stove eats up more fuel and docs not keep fire as well as it did at first, the reason is the stove putty has dropped out of the joints. tight joints in heating stoves. Stove putty ,1s universally lf fu, i ' a purty rood maynr. MrCann I crowed I will Vote for thli mau! ei on lbm trrei by neit thin nf mure. HIIR will hear from Mlea l'mn 4rea'ty thro hole any I wui anevtnl fur ewinimlne near Town! that la the word of a blamed lllel firt had a Kit of thee ltac anyhow I wmi thee latt Hwlmnilnc lUce! n ' r s in"l after MH) taMai," mi ha la when rt Cole's Original Hot Blast Stove Saves all Fuel and Heat Wasted by Other Heating Stoves Bttru Soft.CoaJ, Hard air-tigair-ticl- it 0 NEW POSTAGE ST....S. c, Uis 0 M II Mooro tU'. J s, a shnro of vnur Koup tnlkliiR luvco. up thu Went I lick-ma- n Kirk Itt lillliwi fr.il! n .Mm. J. V. Nowby and children arc run ai fciiau l'wlrlu, vlslllng rolatlvca ut KubUtvIIIo, Tenn. t lurJ u w 1 aa Mm. twi. WrlKbt and chlldruu nro Surnluy ror lioiuo from a vUlt with bur niothur ut tttuna Cuatlo llutehta U II Trenton, Tenu. UUtV I (.lHIMHliliu.e uu k id it A. i s Miss Llijlit FurU left Monday for Mll.... n, K), where alio bus u iosl ruiion Lhla wouk at. Vorullk tloa tcuchltiK 1" n boarding Bcliool. Im It. Ill Sill our . - i .j , .. Head tba Courier. Got the habit. ii, mo nonuinr Loo uuiuu uur u visit wiiu Your telephone U our uulborlrod re.. I porter. Call us up und clvo us the u (lu u I ... m tf 1. tin, uthmidt, tho Tailor. ti "-i- m !,...... witvih tm ui imii ntiil Wlllli.r MUU WO UUVO ... 110 WB. i t0 MoiupuU, But- - W. A. Johnutou spuut the llrst of thu week lu IJruwuavlllu, Teuu., with bis wife who huti boon vlaltlim relu liven there. Coal, Crushed Coke, Lignite, Slack or Wood. No stove nuttv is used in the construction of this economical stove; It Is not necessary, owing aMLam Avm to the patented construction which makes the aBBBBB)' join? stove practically jointlcw. Cole's Hot Blast is the only heating stove in the world which is On guaranteed to remain always construction account of the absolutely of Cole's Original Hot Wast Stows, gases and the fuel are held back until they arc consumed by the patented top Hot liiasturait. ami doui gases and heat which escape up the chimney with other stow are thus saved to your profit and comfort soft coal is half gas. As a result of this saving the fire is never out and the rooms are heated for two or three hours in the morning with the coal put in the Cole's Hot cur No. lllast Stove Uie night before. KHsVSbow Cola'aW not Blaat joint burning Soil Coal Vnle 1ii- - clmii.tit atppl i.irket pnpnuintr the heavy cast feed door placed at the front f iron fire boriiiside.andtheguaraiitccdsmoke-prooof the top in Cole's Hot lllast Stove, shown by cut No. i, doing away with putty joints at top and bottom of fire pot and around the door frame on other stoves as showu by cut No. . water-tigh- t steel bottom and patented compound hinge for ash door, also The the heavy eteel body so joinr the patented steel collar for joining the ash door frame towhile of only technical CUT No. j. 5how air leaklnf putty that it cannot be loosened by action of the fiercest heat, Stove which combine to Interest, are snecial features in the Original Hot Blast Joint construction ol atner totcs vu u ... uw make it the most economical heating stove in the world, we are Exclusive Agcnia-aYou cannot afford to say to yourself. "My old stoo or an this winter." tO $20U.UU hnitatiou stove at a little less price will have to doand whett you with stove putty ioiuts. Other style stoves and all imitations of this Original Hot Blast arc made of to Joo in fuel during the fo of first cost of the stove means the loss f 50 top of buying Cole's Original Hot Blast, which holds fire just as welt and it was put op. is just as economical in fuel after years of use as the first day door of tin KGM0MHER that the words "Cole's Orlglaal Hot Blast from Chicago" appear oa the feed Original Patented HotUlast stove. None genuine without this. Tho postofflce will Issue a new stamp next month In commemoration of tho operation ot tho first steamboat on tho Hudson river, anu Robert Fulton, the Inventor. GO.OOO.OOO will bo printed and they will bo on sale by of September. It Is tho middle significant that Just a century after tho first steamboat was opearted tho airship Is getting to be shown practicable, and the motor car Is getting to bo popular. Unless tho prices drop materially on autos, tho editor will wait for an airship. O "IN A BAD WAY." Many a Hickman Reader Will Feel Grateful for This JomrH aJ Scientific Construction atWm X,af! Save $50.00 nds "kH lu t!l tuUr ma,, SAL1, ' Uu ban bou Iajo Lluo alscUCO Of Mllplml tl... uua Hot;. 000(1 muro. 1C old. AUo u jjood No. jJcll ou 12 moUha crud 0"J lluuk Wheeler and wife returueud to their hoaiu lu Curuthcmvlllo Saturday night ufler u. vUlt to bin brother, John Whoelor, near town. Arthur Hulu uud Swayuu Walker left thu flr.t of the week for Surlnu- hill, Teuu., to enter ncbool. They wll attend Urauhum & Uughea trululuii Bchool. r, lllckuuiu. of thu $10, $12, $15, $18 I Hi, wamam Prices: """-w- When your back gives out: Hecomes lame, weak or aching; When urinary troubles sot In, Your Kidneys are "In a bad way." Doun's Kidney Pills will cure you. Hero Is local evtdenco to prove It: Mrs. Q. B. Walker, Catlet and Broadway, Hickman. Ky., says: "I am a strong endorser ot Donn's Ktdcey Pills and firmly bellovo that It It were not for them, I would now be a confirmed Invalid. The pains In my back were so Bevere that I could hardly stand. My health rapidly declined and I was truly lu a critical condition when a friend advised mo to try Uoan's Kidney I'llls. Although I had almost despaired of getting re's lief, I procured a box at Helm & drug store. Tho results ot their use wero truly remarkable. In less than three weks I was restored to good health and every sign of kidney complaint had been removed from my Bystom." For sale by all dealers. Price 60 Kill-son- centa. n Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United Foster-MUbur- Tt ' r Xiuat lajlc Hrv Vi ' ll.nll,! w it,.. . t '"ko ana cream ut Uu lUcu JVInniliiv 4 u .i iiiln 4nj m uttuudauco. rutUmud llnnw. Tn.u. u. . i.. " &roi)o ior . ""'. to Uln,.. " "uuiry uo wuuitwo to n vi..i. .ui... Uted 'v" - i,. .. ruilou to Vlult l'- -l KTI a uaa tl' la lliuou,T. m. " Five uuiployea ot thu lltvkuiau Courier ofllco have married within the pant two yearn. Old maids, who havu about given up hopea of mutrl-inoulbllbs, might try this ua a lust resort. Thero U no bounds to thy benefits to bo derived from thu local paper although, bouio uro Inclined to take u narrow view of It. Sub acflbe now. States. Remember tho name Uoan's tako no othor. and IWJI iiTtT h II I RM u 1 t ,11 Floyd Naylor left Sunday for Lex ington, Ky., to outer tho State University, Mr. Nayolr will complute his course lu Civil Engineering this year. O Xuoorpovat ocl Misses Chrlsteno Luteu and Homer Rreuu wero lu Union City, Tuesday. A HOME SITE FOR YOU ! ...At Hickman, Kentucky... FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1909! One Mice Building Lit art to Dollars a gold mi: be GIVEN AWAY COSTS You may be the lucky person. FOR A TICKET Com ,k ITbring your friends. YOTJ NOTHING Hickman offers special inducements to investors and and alike. l, s home-seeker- 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 H)ho 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 ? To the man who has children to educate, Hickman is an ideal place for you. You can educate your children here just ns well ns you can by sending them away from home at a great cost. Come to this sale, buy lots and build a home according to your idea, and be where you can educate your children and still have them nt home wilh you, which in 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. for many more desirable citizens. The opening of this tract of land will, we think, greatly benefit Hickman. Wc have gradhave bought homes and are satisfied. There is room ed a nice roadway down to the fine Sulpher Spring. We will enclose about four acres of this beech grove with n substantial fence and make a park put in a nice spring 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 ns building begins. cSt 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 graded new streets and made other improvements. This is a most attractive place to build a home. Investments in these subdivisions have proven profitable to others in towns where we have operated and will to you here. If you determine to own a home, the way will open to you and you will find it much LOCATE IIsT HICKMAN Ife easier than you now think. Why go through life in a rented house and never know the pleasures of a home when such an opportunity as this presents itself ? improves citizenship. Men and women alike take more interest in their home than they do a rented house. New is the place to invest money. The old residence and business sections were once new. Have they not proven good investments? This New we are opening up here will one day be an old residence section. It will build as other subdivions we have opened up have built and it will make you money. The very best business men throughout Kentucky and elsewhere are investing their money Home-ownin- g Sub-divisio- Buy a lot nt this sale while you can get them at ground floor prices. Ask your wife if she would like to hnvc n nice new home made and designed especially for her, and see if she doesn't smile more pleasantly than she has for years o Is it not your duly to provide as good a home for your wife as the one you took her from? If you can't do this now, then get her an humble home, for be it ever so hum- ble there is no place home to a woman. Doyle's Annex, Paris, Ky. A like year ago this was a rough Blue Grass Pasture. The lots averaged have advanced o Sub-divisi- $322 at Auction, they in real estate. Is this not sufficient proof that real estate is a safe investment. Come to this sale and invest your money where it will bring large returns. We promise you a genuine auction sale. No and by-biddi- 100 in 15 months. Come to the lot sale. Free Lot. If nothing taken down. One bid is sufficient to cause a sale. In new is the place to invest your money. The old residence sections were once new. Have they not sub-divisio- One Wouldn't you rather pay 6 per cent interest than 20 per cents rent? Think of the satisfaction of living in your own home and come to the big lot proven good investments? you can pay rent you can live in your own home. This sale will be a good time and place to make your start toward owning your own home. sale in Hickman. Ten Dollars in Gold and one Good Building Lot Free. It costs nothing for a chance. Come to the sale and get a Free Ticket. Friday, September 17th, 1909, At 2 O'clock P. Are by far the best, most desirable lots every offered to the people of Hickman at auction. Tlx Lots Tliat Wo "VSTill Soil clX A.TJLotioxx M. They are close to the Schools, Churches and business center. 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 the sale and Ten Dollars at the beginning of the sale. 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 payment for 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 bring 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. -- Henry Realty Company jt SefaaMc, U TaMar. y ...Classy Clothes... Our young fellow Suit Stock is a delight to the chap who is a stickler for style. Among so many RIGHT GARMENTS, you haven't a chance to go wrong. Weiow our QTKA Y LOCAL NOTES Moving picture LYRIC. $1.C0 every nlfht at the lied Springs and Mattresses from up, at the Home Furnishing Co. Picking cotton. Oak Hocking Chairs. 85c un. Furnishing Co. Hom Miss C. L. Walker returned yesterday from a business trip to Asbport, Tena money for tho West Hickman levee Is NOW. The best time to begin ratslac ransy woatherly. Miss Lillian Drown in vlslUn smart . college Clothes in all of the newest and nobbiest exceptions of the masters. Patterns are extremelyS and the fabrics have been woven rn wear. K .1 1 not judge the qualities by the price. T1he latter is low enough to interest the fellow who has been paying triple the amount to his high cost custom tailor for the same style and cloth that you get in our suit. 1 Miss Kathleen Sanders, of Ca- uiyo c. II. Moore a sliaro of your rutboravllle. Is the guest of Hickman grocery business. relatives. ' O. Spradlln, tho Union City nttor nry, was lioro Sunday. Lee Atwlll left the first of tho week to tako up his studies In the Solid oak Dining Chairs. H.GO a ht State University, at Lexington, Ky. Jiorao Furnishing Co. Chas. Noonon, candidate for Sheriff Mrs. S. M. Nnlfeli has been on tho of Fulton county, was hero mixing sick list for several days. with tho voters this weok. The "0. K." Laundry will da oood We are paying you the cost of nonest work. R0y Waters, aaent. collection by celling an Ice CouA- - Thompson and wlfo visited pon Book at a ten per cent discount relatives In Caruthcrsvlllo lrst of tho from the face for cash. Hickman wceK. Ice A Coal Co. .1- - 1 . 1 1 .. llobt, DeUow has accepted a dosI- Mrs. Ola Coulter, of Union Cltr. In Mr. and Mm with Richmond & Bond Co. Mr. De Uow has hen with the Hickman Wag-o- n Jno. Wcathorly. Co., for somo time. you want to build, repair or Chas. Johnson and Irvln Brevard a bouse, seo n. s. Riiinit n left last week for Seattle. They will JOU Biiop, also visit other points of Interest In Ice count wluV Book charged to ac- - tho West before returning home. dlscount. ati the. face value. No It Is reported hero that Miss Lillian Hickman Ice K only for cash. Pollock, daughter of Tom Pollock, of Co. this city, was married last week at II. Ducnannan a: homo Saturday, aftcrie returned Blythesville, Ark., to a traveling months on tho Atlantic crding two salesman by the natno of Wllmuth. "suing ner parents. Canada. Njid In A special invitation is extended to everybody to come in and inspect one of the most complete stocks of clothing to be had in this part of the country. PRICES $10.00 to $23.00 Co. Incorporated Lizzie, Lillian Lutcn left Su Twlgg night for Madison, Ala., whero has a position teaching. She has been visiting her parents. Dr. S. W. Luten and wlfo. Miss B. C. Stubba and daughter. Miss of Hickman, and Mrs. Sola and children, of Fulton, Ky., through here Monday enroute after a visit to relatives at and Chaffee. East Prairie rln Baltzer Sr Dodds Dry Goods DOWN-AND-OU- Kathleen Yoakley left Saturday night for Osceola, Ark., where sho will visit before returning to her home In Middle Tennessee. She was tho guest of Miss Ireno Farls. .Miss Chas. 1v COMING. IN MEMORIAM. MORE BOATS COMING. Hickman Furniture Co, l Funerat Directors And Embalmers.. Hickman, 7lfl Kentucky Mm. to Wo presume that tho honorable former Hilton politician who has been invited down to Hickman by Presi dent Ta(t, as mentioned by himself in a local newspaper yesterday, will be offered the post of Grand trailed Hulcr of the Amalgamated AsHocIa-tlo- n Clubs of Ameri of ca, a position for which ho is emi nently suited. Kultnn Leader. Down-and-O- Hickman Lodge 761 H. & A. M. Illlckiuiu Tako your Joy with you or you'll n find It oven In heaven. I, M Lodfo No. TCI, V. & A. wiil i tunt lo regular couiinuulca- Beit ilmday nlsbt at 7:30. Vis. Four torpedo boats, comprising the second division of the Atlantic torpedo flotilla, havo left Hampton Roads under orders from tho navy department to proceed to St. Louis and es cort I'resldent Tatt down tho Mis sissippi, river to New Orleans as a fenturo of his coming al tour. Tho vessels aro tho destroyer Mc written "What I do thou knowust not DonouKh and tho torpedo brats Thorn ton, Tlngoy and Wilkes. now, but shall know hereafter." On their way around to St. Louis With hearts beating In sympathy they will make short stops at Charwith his bereaved relatives, Do It Resolved: That we, tho Sun leston, Koy West, Now Orleans and day school of St. Paul's Kplscopal other cities on tho Mississippi. They are scheduled to arrive in church, Hickman extend to the family this expression of our sorrow In St Louis on tho third of October. trans-contine- A rnro flower of American manhood was gathered on August 31st, when tho Eternal Father took into his loving hands tho soul of Clarcncu C. Comm. Why Hod should take him away from his loved ones so suddenly and In tho primo of life, Is not for us to question. Wu know Hint ho has soiao wlso purpose in so doing, for It is brolbtra cordially Invited. II C HELM. Master. OWEN J, Secy. Work tu t t Decree. O DOINGS AT DORENA. I Health u not very good at this writ Klut; went tu Columbus Mo- - tho loss of the companionship of this dear son and faithful friend; Quality counts In Shingles. Don't llo It Further Hcsolved; That these be deceived (jet the best, by buyresolutions bo entered In full upon ing direct from the mill. Yates & tho pages of tho Sunday school min- Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. utes book, and a copy bo sent to tho father and rootbor of our departed broilier for whom "Tho strife Is o'er, the battlo done; Tho victory of Ufa Is won. The song of triumph has begun Alrtieia!" Committee: Thero Is every evidence of a general awaking of business conditions We aro exclusive agents in Hickman. Ono Is ablo to note eviIt on every band and what dences of promises to be a spllndld business let US BUUW UU IUIB lUDUUUluUb, era Is Just beginning. every one guaranteed. You are ablo By oversight last week wo failed to own a piano on our easy payto mention the name of John T. Dil- ment plan. Homo Furnishing Co. lon as a member of the committee The failure of Hardy Grain Co., and on Gcnoral Arrangements for President Taft's day In Hickman, Oct.26, the heavy loss sustained by many And J. T, Is about the biggest man farmers in this vicinity should be very convincing proof that every on the Job. raiser should own a gralnary. That The Hickman Drug Co., has on dis- It Is cheaper to hold your wheat than play tho prettiest line of packago to pay the other fellow to do It for candy ever brought to this city. you. Dainty packages, ranging in price Gus Alexander, who has been In from Cc to $5.00 filled with the cholclest productions of tho candy-make- Ronnoak, Va.. for the past two years art. Chocolato Marshmallows arrived In Hickman, Monday, and will Cream, La Cerise and every other now make this his home. Mr. Alexdelicacy In tho candy lino may be ander succeeds Mr. J. E. Nay lor In had In almost any slro package you tho firm of Millet & Naylor, ono of may care to buy, and tho least pack- our leading gents furnishing stores. age Is backed by the same guarantee Tho now partner of the firm is an as tho largest. You aro Invited to experienced young business man, and Inspect this lino of sweets, best In It goes without saying that he will "make good." tho South. rs spend SGvefvxamo in last week to Mr. Travis with his family, the Hickman wsn traveling for first of the year, wiCp., slnco tho his territory. This Middle Tennessee. ht it t i x r wv-- v nrrviinT ISmlcti Join unt Sunday by Huv. In MIS8 LYTE FAHIS. nUTII ELLISON. ANN1H COWOILL. m I A- Unam hod buslnens ihu week. tu Knt was o LAND FOR 8ALE. I have 300 acres of tho richest. black gaudy loam land In Obion county that I will soli on easy terms. This land is located In Roolfoot Lake bottom near Fish Gap hill, about 20 acres of tho same is hill land, tho balance in tho bottom. Thero Is between 125 and 140 acres of cleared laud on tho place, three sots of ten nnt houBos and stables. All of tho land not cleared has boon deadeued during tho present summer. 1 will sell tho said 300 acres of. land for $20 per acre, $1,000 cash and tho balanco on easy paymcnU to suit purchaser. look better than men? It is partly because they're born that way and partly because they pay more attention to their clothes. They make it their business to - II. Henderson, of Medley, uu r I mt's ilouday. last week. luab fo, Waited Mrs. Uyasseo Mo Primrose and wlfo. nf LOOK as a rule by making their own selections of materials and having them made up to suit their individual tastes and physical characteristics. They pick out the well and they arrive atit , t Tin tirulrarliiil m.,..il.... t u.vwuu UIMVU """day mtut witu vory ulo "Snappy M The min (ullot vim an J visor, vtr on Ibe ilcrt to tik ijnnine of firorabl opportualty miy b uld to puiMK imp. Thli kind ut win will luiltt on upre.ilos hit ndlWJullty In the clot lift ht wtirt. Tu b (HurrJ o( iclllnf uch cluthct hav Ibrm mtJe lo your InJIvlJuil mcaiurt by II uc. urUK. 1 cruwfonl wont to posl-w- a Huuday. there as clerk. Sho has a "M. WuUua. of Hickman tinu sum! I tw "0". Luther Watson. School Strauss Brothers ippllrt lo both ilyle tad Itbrlct. If (w mlnutti' time you will til todrp into oilr (lore we will ihow you s terlci ol new Fall (ithlona which will cauae you to "alt up anil take notice." The tbrica we are bowtns will falfly "make your with draiie." We -- mouth watrr ball wclcpm your fall whether you order or not, PRETTIEST fabric and select n style in harmony with themselves. Men should do the same. We suggest to mir gentlemen friends that they come in and look pa Ft begins Grove. uiiiW m. n...iM..M HtUber, of Kast Prairie. and John Maddux Went to Hon-- Matter Tailors Chlcsgo who hv s srrtt rrpulttlon for pioduclng"inppy"tilorlai. Tblt O. Sl'KADLlN, Union City, Teun. O t I I 11. l'irk..i ut iii.i .., invauiuu, UUU JUCK ..... . Tuesday on business. m.. iiui inursuay ..... ai uunvu m urn . Dunn .11. . nvi I W houie SI,.. . cltr . century ClLI'llll.tjl IUrtf Carl Tq ' In Hickman. In .1... I Syiupu- rci- - uuruuvixi ..I 0 nmni.l A"m lQHs wurw Thr.ai.i 7 ui tin ..." Ur ...... II... ... ,aal . WCWK . . . ,or tuklus u bu8,. ut ..., THE AEROPLANE CHAZE. The jtcroplano companies took orders for f2 aoroulanos during tho paBt week, mostly from persons who have hitherto been Interested. In aviation. This nroves how powerfully tho Imagination has been affected by the wonderful scenes witnessed at llhelms E. R. ELLISON Tho actual flights last week, estimat Hickman, Ky. ed at over 1,300, were without a sin gle fatal accident, demonstrating that flying Is no more dangerous than wrb In Its early stages. The aeroplanes cost from $2,000 to O. Q. Schlenker yeft Saturday night $5,000. for Baton, Ohio, to visit relatlvos. O N. Holcombe is looking after the Qot a new phoueT Jewelry store during bis absence. IN THE FALL Style Book of the International Tailoring Co., and pick out the fabric and style that tickles their eye the most. We will then make It up to their own measurements. la Millet & Alexander. WbVBaOTMillK Y: " THE t y ROOFING QUESTION WJIY NOT SltfTLE ONCE AND FOR ALL Settlo it btf uainjf a roofing of known woarinjr qualities. It's not whnt a roofing ought to do ; It's whut It HAS 13 DOING and will. do. Wo can prove tht DONE, DR. BLACK'S Farms For Sale for Ufin. I'l'l",n"r ... EyeWater JInw many tlioro ar who would bo unhappy If.they could not find some- - IS PAINLESS AND HARMLESS thing to bo nilacrablo about. and is Kunrnntcrd tb cure any cac of sore eyes in the world, PEOPLE, HORSES MD DMS IN .ftn can bo found In Hickman who raftering Cured my cyci iflcrye.rV nil aro willing to ro to Africans ,nd 1.1 "'"' ParsRould. Atk but aro not wllllitfCta tnko alonnrlc 1 1" rarti of a cross baby for tho'tlrcd wife .v r...l i.onii nines Diimi. for half an thour. "J? A. llAttRV, Kcnnttt, Mo. . . ,c uetl Dr. J K. Muck's Mnunctlc jiainu Water Ami find it Jlio best way to keep tho hoys at ! works like tnaiiic. pciiectly homo Is to mako it an ohject for then i'Ik;k W. A. Mavwooi), Joiiel"oro, Ark, not to ro out to seek ntiiuBVniop'' Otliti Cuts Aeutt Sort fyis In Oris (H.Srt for thoso thoy will huvo. Byer?"' v non SM and Caarsnfcstl by ell Dnil.ts. homo oiiRlit to bo mndo ft ,n on earth to Its Jj Price, 25c. b)(t n)) alone- - tho farm hom.j, TRADE BUXOtlSO OV cnch CONTAINS NO POIRON. cnll on or n.....-- " "V".1' Information ...w iiicHiim.. ijourit A No lTtilll houa. kIh.i rr nf roil ml. clttvril. out liull.llnaa xwi DEMOCRATIC othf r liiinriivrinnili. whorl illitniien from ll.CK.lll.ll IXJIIPgp. j nu-iioiua ll UkP4 only II, III) rath lo t II. Owner ilovi liil city property: Mill H Leei "' ' it.!.'. """iiiiit not live hm nnd will tun live in win uow. No. nv-- si a tl lon RUBEROID Tni Muk ROOFING , acid-proo- ''!," ilwdllns home nml rn.ina iKiincmm vrui nu. nrclmnl. itimm! rlilrrn n.l otliar imnm... ...ri.ia. J11..M.1111 riij' limn. v fto nv n imrKnio. Jiniuirv n mil omr. No. lot lurliiilol liouMt ri.iI Id In Wot lllekiiiAli. lloinriirillniinri or iivvir n"r mm roiiiniiK who lour rimiiu lil'sliy loonlnl for imipla work ul tli hli w FRAHg - MjoVi or Sheriff; COM tBji;TOi, Clerk, that was applied to various kinds of buildings from 10 to 15 years aco Is still in perfect condition. No leaks, no repairs. Rubcrold contains no tar, rubber, paper or other substances that need a protecting mineral coat. It protects itself from nil InfluIt is ences of heat, cold or dampness. and will not melt, crack or rust. Anybody can lay St. today tat trrw uroplc. Writs WHERE CAN YOU EQUAL, THIS RECORD 7 Ht. E S.r.1.04. Inrlory. Any home nml lot, Inelinllntf nil iniproTcnieni. mitr iw purclinnwl m Uit) iiowii, nniaure tune, fnr .nr ..iiiuun ii nun townnliniu.ivT luu nre nnrinn out m rent no ict ourrbulnit hnma TliU propollloii will In) open only it limited circuit Lourt JV !! Mtu ...nr. y - BUILDING MATERIAL EVERYTHING NEEDED IN BUILDING tho houses In child s nature homo charm clo. the,' ecp ' Mf hm , lQmQ J. R. Black Medicine Company KENNETT. MISnOURI. No. V Imvt lli.iltnl numlMirof Inn Intel loll In Writ lllcknmi. lliat uv tuirclin.cd on Mm iilnn Heller llin piittln mniirjf In tlm lnk. on )ii. juu eniiown lot nnu mil money, lluyonannd l.ull.1 nnrillr n.ii n Iioi.iA. if tli jou Hrv iinjinv rent. iitipr iiivnatiirMiM t. No.M-T- lil rro position liielmlvi two nice, little ftmiie realdrnrra. Imh naw. in u .i lllckmnn. Itotli rti out of thai iivr.n..v dlttrtct lilch nnd dry. Kncli realdtnv tmi iii" rwiu.a, wmrr wurii, nnu nrocoiiTcn lent to town. Klltier of tlirivrealdei.era will iw aunt iur itinur mi... ior i.ii. 11 purclinte nnu. niiui.irr rramence. wnieii I iipii io inn pnipvrty. win if II tli Hirer ni iij. inra prieet nre cmIi. No. 63. Twenlyftvo acres of land JV miles south of Hickman, well Im proved, good lour-roohousu with two porclifi, out buildings, good barn now cistern, well and running spring, uoou young orcnaru. Kor tliu man wautliiE a small nlaco. this Is ninn ly what ho Is looking for. Our urlco on this for a short Uinu Is 11000.00 -- Fo,r Jftllpr r -go unconsciously, under their Influence CHAi. BEAtlU . all places, praise should bo most lot beautiful Ideas and Images grow Ivlshly used In tho family circle. Into their lives. Perhaps you have G)unly Judge. How ninny of. us keep all our words a dainty head In mnrblo; put It on of kindness for BtfanRurs, for" those a low tnblo to Im admired, on the w A WATLiU SAVE MONEY By buying yonr lumber frjamIn whom wo havo not ono spark of window-sea- t to cast a shadow, In the vital Interest; and to the hearts de- child's hand whito ho looks Into tho County Attorney. pendent upon us for sympathy ' and beautifully modeled face, at tho smll appreciation, hnvo scarcely ono cheery, Ing mouth, tho wavy hair. JAi W It kit Tftko tlmo to read and reread YYYTYYTTYTTV word, if wo aro so niggardly In the County Court Cleric YYYYYYYYYY" NEW BANK ORGANIZED. 4 expenditure of tho sweet charities of Rem of poetry, or to sing n sweet on easy terms life that wo cannot squander com- song to your children. Above nil tak s It Tit Tho Farmers' Exchange Dank bus mendations on tho homo folks' and tlmo to study with your chlldron tho No. CI. This embraced COO acre City. Tho strangers too, by all means lut tho shading leaf, tho bird, tho bee, tho of land In Cuba. Will sell tho wholu been organlezd In Union as officers aro: President, W. C. Karris . or medicines for the sick and 3 homo folks cmuu In first for their stone, tho pearls of dew on grass as a plantation or in tracts its small INDEPENDENT TICKET. 10 acres. located In P. Del Itlu , vice president, N. W. Whipple; cash ailing should be filled only 3 share. blades, tho frost glitter, tho snow I'rovlncl- a- noted for Its nroduction of j ier. Harris Parks. Directors: S. purest drags and by 3 For Sheriff. crystal; tako tlmo to watch tho trees sugar, pineapples, tobacco, etc. Price tulththc Howard, Cato Davis, Jr., H. P. Mi those ho know their business. Z lu their grandeur, tho stretch of run iu juw as ju an aero, niAS j V. li. Whito, Sterling P. Stourls Parents oftentimes wonder who or! meadow, tho sparkling stream, the More than 20 years practical 3 W. Whipple, W. C. Farrl' what has ruined tholr boys. They cloud mountains, tho sunset glory. tT8 SELFISH WILL ASIDE. For County Judge. havo been In school every dny, but Beauties will be revealed to you you Parks. JAMES II SA Judge Holds It It Better to Feed Llvlna the teacher either does not teach dream not of, t:eachers. ... ri mem any lessons 01 inorautyor clso uecorate oesd Men's Crsves. anve ctqqav r inn n Kvon from our crowded city streets, (ro tho men whot k AA AAAAJLAAAA AAA 4 4A A AAA A A i Ills teaching Is a failure. Tho truth For Jailer. i0 tho evo that Is onencd and thy Now Vork. "On general nrlnrlnlm Is, tho boys are on tho streets from heart that Is awakened, beauty has Tho preachand never cussess In w r biaieu.u the fellow whot helps saves our me iuuu kcuooi cioses unui.jato at not fled. Tho flickering light and it is heiifr that tho hungry living HOW'S THIS. no red than nubile. run tho church an' ho night. Tho street corner Is vice. pro. hado woavo thrmsolvcs Into ex nnouiti should have (hat dead men's graves flowers on tliera." Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Ho fllgacy and Crime, nearly nil the 'lack clothes and a solum look. tho bad quUlto patterns on our walls and Such was tho reason asalsne.1 hr Sunday he gets up lu tho ward for any caso of Catarrh that languago and Idle, vicious habits of pavements. n. . .... juago ..u ii in !, t Carry ..lrch an' warns you to preparo to k u, tlli r,- -t urru .noys aro taught on tho streets at late hqng, dark shadows,w tho UIU" luvir Urooklyn.Aiarean setting sunrcmoth court w. for ail.lo mUt. rise will to heaven no matter whar you i nmira nr irm niciit l riff fi nil of Thorass DrUcoll, for msny years Tcachors nmv 1, t tVtt aim lu J tn ' P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. able to accomnll.h a !lul In r ml to rather go. 7, 'ZZS Z!.. ... "". resident of Nassau chub. We. tho undersigned Harried preachers has boys who ac"'"? those evil Influences, but much streets; to tho ear that Is attuned. ty, and deciding that his estate, rat und .1 Chneey for tho last 15 years, at 1100.000, should bo dhlded among , aro tuff nuts and fight like tho devil L .."" of their labor Is In vain until oar-n- t. T. .,U1U .1 IU U..VIU Ul I juii miric a' r;j tw Preechers who aro single soon git r witn thorn Jn keeping their sounds. Ho who loves beauty and Is nis neirs. . u k. . Mr. Drlscoll died In 1307. Icavlmr hli have in caie v - ,rp' r", ij-- i ., ., ... m.i, ooys oir tho street. married to kepe from havin' to Mua.uuB, aim ' Ul tlttWM IV til 4 I IV IkUJUI- Il'WIlllf esisio to Trinity church, Hockaway, if gO up in itTliKe, v nanclally ablo to carry out any obliga .Uf dodgo wlmen. proverumi saying among all will find It everywhere. And the to invest and seep Invested and to ried a policy ir cr.e r c?f,i women that husbands havo no ado- - mother who keeps her onthuslasm collect the Income Preechers like chicken when fur- tions mado by his firm. derived ther.fnun panist ycu v n ' jt t t k WALDINO, KINNAN & MARVIN, quato Idea of tho work which a alive by working with her children, and devote It to caring for my burls' nished by tho members; they hit to itarth with a,' 4." Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. housekeeper must do. nnd rnn. you on tho back and call you "My 101 ia mo cemttery. connected i. ... .i,.i, with Hall s Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern, sequently arc careless of tho 'extra Don't i i' . -- alleicS bruther," also on tho pocket-bookand lovo for the boutlful work, of saia cnurch," ly, acting directly upon tho blood WOrk thoy mako for her. Would you may le Soon after the will was admitted to la" this ...-.- . n,,.i -- t n.i ,v t... ..... Wo have a preacher In our church probate an action wss Instituted In tho and mucous surfaces of tho system, bo so in the next generation If eviry beautiful who wilt talk old fokes to sleep. Our truths divine, will glvo them supreme court by Thomas Drlieoll .... R. T.TYLER, Agent. u, ......... preecher whlstels when ho talks, an' Testimonials sent freo. Price 7oc. I mother wniil.l lpln with ..v. n..i,.L11 UICBBVU iu IUIIIU WUIl'll Kill HKIU" an heir, for a Judicial I11UU1 lime per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. construction of boys and teach thorn m l,n nni.riv ..n .ki. i .... .u one Sunday ho kep' three dogs run v v.. UUIUVU .T .. Mu lw me win. .. II.. ...... . T,l. irU.o . .ui wju.il- - wn an uieir belong ncs. and to wait vm.il l.r hnH,.rin i nlng 'round tryln' to flno who was In deciding that the trust was In. : .. . " ""v . " ....... Miinn tllomselVPST Nnt nn r thU m. utuiu u. titvvi ml m.n .1 K.r..l . on whlstlln fer em. iiiiu .umuii ...a. .uvir iTivn. valid, Judgo Morean said: teach them to help mother In every It ended a fite an' I laffed, but I in the first place tho sift la In Sam Cloys, who lives northesat of Poasiblo way; to keep tho wood box tnitt. Tho use to bo made of the nron. shal never do It no moar when my town In tho vicinity leading to Jor-- "'lea with wood and tho water pall J. T. Hombeak. one of tho com my wss aa essential elcmoat of thi father are thare. gift. If It wore a charltabla linn I w,tl1 water; to save mother's tired munlty's most prominent dan, a few days ago killed a nnd highly O snake and discovering a largo lump I 1001 uv Bows upstairs ana down cc!- - respected citizens died at his homo would be sv.d by tho law or W53, Mr. Sears, of tho Chicago mall ord her? Let him put up tho I ono mile cast of Fulton, Friday night But It Is not SUCQ. The ennontlnl Its body about midway betwen lU,nr aaal 1 or house of Sears, Roebuck & Co., (.uainuvrisiia oi a cnsntablo use, aaaaV - ciomes line, turn tho wringer and from tho effects of a stroko of pnrnly whether religious, educational or be has retired from tho business with head and tall, cut tho snako open ox- mo ner on wasn-uasis that attacked him at i o'clock nevolent, is altruism. It is nlsln tht Hkumav, Kt about thirty million dollars as his pecting to una a frog or a rat. Noth- as soon ogiuus ior old enough. lng of tho kind, but a plain whito bo Is Ho Thursday afternoon. the disposition of the testator's prop share of the profits. This Is a nlco P"111 00 Proud enough to think that erty nns no altruistic quality wbateror. little wart, hut it's Just about five door knob. Tho knob had been left ho is growing strong Roonjs and BcarJ It Is utterly selfish. A neglected ersvo. In a hen's nest, and this, together enough to do times as largo aa It would have been yard Is a more effectlvo lesson to pride with tho fact that soino eggs had theso things better than mother. Do had tho country merchants used print and selfish ambition thsn the smug by the dav cr U'i , r very BUro that you show your appro er's Ink like Sears, Koobuck & Co., been mlsed, acconts for tho loss of nun a ti i t ; " lortable rotmj doconcv that elation of every helpful act, and lot tho door knob. Anybody miss a door of mercenary care." used It. A town paper can boost him seo that you look to him for as knob? iomo enterprises and advlso peoplo to Reasonable Ratei ii sistance. O CHAMPION TROUSER PATCHER. trauo at home until It has exhausted Quality counts In Shingles. Don't Its space and its patlenco, but It can8eventeen-Year-Olbuy get Qlrl Defeats Vet. best, not and will not do any good as long he deceived from the mill. by ing direct tho Yates 4. A Scolding Husband Cured. eran SeamttrsMes. as tho homo merchants takes thlnga Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. for granted and lay dead on advertisA woman, whom her husband used 0 Omaha, Neb. "Champion Trousers ing, while the big mall order houses Patcher of tho United States" Is the Mrs. E. It. Qlbbs entertained a frequently to scold, wout to a eun aro eternally vigilant and unceasingly title won at the National. Corn exposl- party of frlonds Monday ovenlnc In n'K man t0 '"'lulro how she might grasping out for moro trade. mm ncre py ,Min Heinin Icedecn of honor of her sister. Miss Maudo Kirk, cure h,,n ot hu barbarity. The sa- Aurora. Neb. In competition with of Hickman, Ky. Refreshments woro gaclous soothsayer heard her com- - IvrlSnR D.'l.l 0 i- -- ir women and girls from 20 states she V I IIIMIUU 1 S V tiVtilH - 'J nlnln. o.wl nil.. ..- served. East Pralrlo Eaglo. Cold drinks at the Crescent. beat them all for neatness. In addition hard words, and using various gentle- - "IG COHipOUnd ClirCfJ Her. to the title the 6 . championship carries ulations while ho filled a phial with Sewing Machmt Wllllraantlc. Conn. "Tor fli.Mr. with It C0 In gold. Miss Freedeen Is colored llnuld. desired bor. when. unr I Buffered untold aconv from only 17 years old. runs lighter than a her husband was In a passion, to take tfos" rt&ffJSf. There were BOO contestants In thai other. K25f . a mouthful of tho l.nul.i ,..i class, na iiuiMHsiuiB ior me to patchingromped but the young Nebrss ka girl home, an easy winner, Walk UDItnlri in uur ujuuiu ior live uiiuuies, Tho woman quite overjoyed at so slmplo without stopping over women who declared thoy had' hits longer than any on tho way. I been patching trousers for to Years. a remedy, strictly followed the coun tried three differ- and ceitalnly ought to know moro! other. sel which was given her, and by hor ent doctors and girl In slleuco escaped the usual annoyance. each told me some-thln- noout u innn any tbo country, but tho Judges decided different I E Tho contents of tho bottle being at is more beautiful thaa n,i received noboncflt inai as moy had worn lronr Your Water and Light rent is due on the last expended shu returned to tho. ought to know how thev felt .n,i' from any of them, any other. cunning uiaii uud anxiously begged to but seemed to suf. looked, thoy wero able to FIRST OF EACH MONTH, and if not paid by havo another possessed of the same jermore. The last or anu gave the gold and tho title . doctor said noth. io mo gin. virtue. "Daughter," said tho man, the TENTH will be cut off. lng would restore has lea vibration This is not the first nrlie for neat' was noming in mo uottlo but r, I I my uiero health. I began than any other. needlework she has won. Bomn time. brown sugar and water. Wlifm vnnr I taking L,vdla 11. I'lnklmm'a Vrrtni.i This took effect November 1, to B?e w,,iat !t wuW do. ago. In her home town, she carried oft husband Is hi a passion, hold JW1""1 a nrlza aa thn n l.,u . n .. ...... tongue, and my l.fo on It. to 'wlU Pay at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. . dffice iuacr in me county. is easier to orr not scold you In tho future." 2W. wllllmantic. Conn. than any other. the Ice factory. The succeas of LydJa E. nnkham'a at Nation Wastes Its Workers. VegptablaCompound. made from rnnu Washington. The total annual mor? iBn.l llAvlaTla t,.,...lLl. I V . may .1)0 D ""l'ianeieu. I at Motner As a Teacner. ui.iy irom accidonts In tho United Office open from 7 a. m. until 6 p. m. any used with perfect conlldenco by women makes a more perfect - States among wageoarnlmr mim l. h. Tho norcntion of lmnnlv ,l,,r,.,n..f HO.UUU, .N"" '.'.""'"fto"'clB. UUm- twoen 30,000 and 30,000, -- v day except Sunday; and on the 9th and 10th of etilch than any other. of which at uiioraHun iiuroia tumors, lr-In tho babol Is easily awakoued with (regularities, Ierlodlo pains, backache, least and perhaps f each month it is open until 9 p. m. tuo other growiug racuities. The kin- iiaiuiency, uidi- - iiouiu ue saved hy Intelligent and ra ii uervous prostra. tlonal factory Inspection, legislation dorgarden teacher's efforts In this dl-- tlon. is the best of all W"8' aud control. rectlon aro constantly bearing fruit, .. i.v,, bineJ in one. Thuru were also but let a word bo given to mother. Veget. bo 'Oom atoxUnW en'The MACIIINECO- i. FREE SEWING who havo not had a klndergarden 8liJd?r normal longevity nmong women owe It to theinselvM ' ., it tralnlnir CHICAGO A. O. CARUTHERS, Mgr. UM wunuiuu a luwirrooi is auundant that It has cured I beautiful objects:- talk about timmrt I thousands of others, ami uriivi,A..uii I atu MMM SUU ticure jour ir you want a flrst-clas- a Job, let, Hickman Furaiiiffi let tho chlldreu come, as they will DcuHiiui ue iuor, oa yeur work. acnool Superintend MISS VjIK i M!TH County Ane I a ent. AT LOWEST PRICES - t pdscriptions rK Helm & Ellison. -- w-i- u 1 n.., Do You T .Z wru-snow- n Fire Insurance -- I 4 ....i... .... l""'' f six-fo- II fr llllll' ... w-- y ' AFTER inv DOCTORS d FAILED Slogans FREE -- NOTICE: 1906. .... die".in.2eJ0'J Pt- gr T&FREE U Satt" KV! tFREE iFREE FREE one-thir- one-hal- 1 Hickman Ice & Coal Co., Inc. .i.l.. yCA elllSd cSallK - nrm FALL LINE IS NOW READY SHOWING ML THE LATEST STYLES In Our Unmatchablc Line of CIRCUIT COURT. relatives tn Paris, Tonn., nnd McKen Circuit court convened nt tho court zlo this weok. house Monday, for ono of tho shortMiss Carrie Ramsey, of Dyorahurg, est terms In unvornl vnnr who has been visiting Miss Hcttlo Mondny was given over to tho 'so- ivvunn or mo juries, mo trims com- - Williams, hns returned homo. mctirlrifr Tiioailnv 13. J. Falrless nnd wlfo, of Texas, In tho nbsenco of Judge R. J. Ilugg, who have been visiting It. L. Wil oi iinruweii, jinigo 8am Crosslnnd, of Mayfleld, was solcctml ns special liams and family, hnvo decided to Judge W If. Hester, of Mayflcld, Is mako Hickman their homo. Commonwealtht's Attorney. A revival meeting will begin at Following nro tho cases that had been disposed ot tip to this morning: Ilrownsvlllo tho third Sunday In Sep Acquitted. Capt llarker, soiling whlskoy. Dismissed, settled. Illnford Henry, gaming. Filed nwn, Cllrlv llnrilln linvltii- - uhl.tinv In possession for tho ntirnnsn nf utilllnir. Acquitted Sain Manning, buggery. Acquitted. Jim Lorimce. trrnnil Inrrnnv. Ilia. -- We Have Hood Drugs FOOTWEAR Oxfords, Buttomand Lncc $4.00; Vici Ki da, nil new toca $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00; Jim Dntson, nssnult nnd Commonwealth Docket. hnttory. totnber. Kid J. W. Crawford, of Milan Tonn., will do tho preaching. O TAKING HOME PHONES. Gun metnl, Lace and Button $3.00, $4.00 nnd $5.00. Aalc to see the "Wellington Toe." For henvy wear we hnvc them nil, in nil the leathers high nnd low cuts, $1.50 to $7.50. Aalc to be ahown the "STONE LEVEL BEST" Work Shoe. ' Baltzer Sr Dodds Dry Goods ISCORPOKMTF.D NT TELEPHONE : Co. CO. ' b peculiarly Amur independent, Ami-ricau- s . L j many j . , . lor them-i,their liu.lnes nid' pendant cotton Uiuiitjr , uiuepvndiiui u., leu Hill' n It comus JillUIlO to j company US coiuputiy doing ..... . .'.utUUMi.jv , .lul'a aw h MUu .. hi. u to b ... u and i iuik on thu purl i...jitiduuU iu the cum ,UOIH CUUlpnUluS . L'U'- llO- - louiuiuuity a lii tuauy cubud u , IOUS luminous j. mi tans, , tj juUoiilio tit, l ii (ti both tvlo- imiiiv rem.. a. - . Uli'l" U'lepllUllO COU1man pays lumui-L,II8 Onu to Uio Company ,J' nt telephone com- - 'u titi' homo mutual , lu evury case u compa-- . ot tilt-nman, no matter i ,1 -. p nr nnd maintain tho plant In A I condition ltlght hero wo will Bay that tho plant hu- - been maintained In good condition, and that the switchboards and telephones aro as good as can be found anywhere, and tho iMirvlru Is being rendered by homo people, and wo aro Informed that It Is satisfactory, and that complaints aro vory fow und thai when registered are promptly utluiidud to. Wo uro placing theso facts boforo tho thoughtful for consideration wo do not expect to Influence anyone who Is prejudiced, or who will not permit himself to think. Wo havo Invested our money In tho Hickman plant, and the property Is of a kind that cannot be converted, und while wo want and solicit tho patronage nnd friendship of nil of tho people of Hickman, nnd tho county, wo will continue to merit tho continued patronage nnd largo volume of telephone businoks that Is transacted nnd handled In Hickman. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company, Incorporated. NEL80NSARRETT. Thu rite of matrimony wns on Wednesday, June 23rd, between Miss Kthel May Nelson nnd Cordeous J. Hnrrett at tho Methodist parsonage, In Union City, by Hev. W. C. Sellnrs. For thn novelty of It, theso young peoplo kept their imirrliigo a secret until about two weeks ago, when they first told It to n number of The brldo Is thu eldest daughter of J. N. Nelson nnd wlfo, of Kast Hick man, nnd for more thun two years wus nn employe of tho Courier, which position she resigned several weeks ago. Thero Is not a Hweetur, moro refined little lady In Kentucky than Kthol, nnd sho will make tho man ot her rholco n good wlfo nnd compnn- - tu i. iu (1 former rates, Ion. Thu groom is tlio only sou of Mrs. M. I.. Snrrett, ot this city, and Is one ot the foremen at tho Meugel llox Co. Until about six years ago his homo was lu Camden, Tenii. O These young peoplo nro well known "Novor too lato to mend" doesn't hero nnd nro vory deserving of every npply tn clothes. Turn those over to good wish, nnd nil the Joy that tuny some needy person nnd buy an Inter- fall to their lot. national suit from Mlllot & Here's wishing them n long nnd happy llfo toguthor. O O . with two telu- U " Un f..l.iiiti,ii.. Iillla ' J of each month, and wuys aggregate tuoro i i iits tlmu was orur i telephone lu Ills uMty has two tcU ri is currying tele-a- d of oiih snL. niiil i. charged thut braph und olecirlc nuiiii'iiiai : niintiuuii (orrrU lu a largo ' otili' the Burvlco of , the residences' uro i' in 1. CLINTON COUPLE WED. Krlduy afternoon Mr. Lonnlo nmp- kln, popular young merchant of Clin ton, nnd Miss Helen James, one of thu leading society oldies of tho sumo placo, went to Kulton und were married by Ksq. .Mllner In South Kulton. O LONG DROUQH BROEKN, Tho drpugh, which has prevailed lu this section for weeks, was broken Saturdny night by a splendid ruin, and lato corn and cotton will bo great ly benefitted. Many farmers wero also out of water for their stock, and wero driving them miles to a wnter-In- g pal co. Tho ruin hns doue untold good In this vicinity. i th- respective com-- a tho tele- if flic community Is i i Mio peoplu do not a.j for thu money thuy ' l'i have two taluphouu r't rip., Itnnl.l.. ... .... ... . aid call for a party ' you that tho party and you have to a t cond telephone lu a i'arty that you used to ' Vh re thuro aro two : at,i a you have two ' 'orl h to reud. Just v. tin' confusion, extra ' (t time, and divided J'tMint to JiiBtlfy tho ri iitlini'iitally named ' .' pupiio cpmppny U a amttMjuenco it RUSH CREEK ITEMS. Mr. Caldwell has a sick child. Jack McClollan and wife wont fish ing Monduy. Misses Maggie and Ilatta Clark aro visiting in Martin. Misses Kinnin and Clara Davis nro both ill ot malaria fuvor. Mrs. Israel Clark, of Mud Creek, visited Mrs. Will McfJoheo Monday. Joe Koper nnd family visited Mrs Martha Kopor and D. Davis1 family Manager Davis, of thu Homo TclC' phone Co., began sollcltlnK phones for tlio now system this week, nnd Is mooting with n hearty rcsponso from our business mon. mlssid. Rolow wo glvo n list of thoso who The rnnn nf .Tasn rlni'n. la Vintner ... ...uw " " " ..v.nn tried ns WO en In nrnna tin la rlinri.. havo signed for thd Homo phono, n ed with grand larceny. majority of which havo been Installed hrsey Ward, gaming. Fined $50. Tho exchange will not bo open for regular business until Oct. 1, tho date Civil Docket. of thu contracts now being signed. Navlnr Mere C.n vu Til tin How does this list look to you for a Dismissed settled. M a K. Stnwn vs. II. O. rnnim starter: B Judgment for plaintiff for $3!7.R7. U4 Rnllow, W. C. Kfrk Oonneman Co. vs. Chas. Smith' h 3 Hallow, U. II., suit for machinery purchased. Judg Hallow, A. L., (Dutch) ment ror pinintirr for iini.02. 38 Hettersworth St. I'rather Oro J J C Ttnnilnrnnt va T V. Ponrl. gen et nl Suit on note. Judgment Hlackford & Hubbard, Drs for plaintiff for $243.09. Cotton & Adams. Tho- -. D. Retry vs. T. A. Prather. Curlln, Dr. P. D., Aiitnr Agreed Judgment for plaintiff Dodds Co., J. F. & S. L. office for $475 Dodds Co., J. F. & S. L., Gin Hlrkmnn drain Co. vs. Rnm Wllnnn ' office Dismissed settled. Fnrls, A. A., 21 Hickman Courier Offlco. offlco retlt Jurors: K. R. Prnther. Dock Hickman Wagon Co., Jones, Rob Htnlllns. W. II. Polsgrovc. Hickman Hardware Co., M. R Rondurant. W. J. Monnn. J. C. Hlckmna Ioe & Coal Co, Harnett, J T. Gilbert, J. R. Powell. Hickman Drug Co. Hon ventch, J. II. Vnrden. A. C. na- con. H C Mntson, Moso Rrynnt. Mor Hickman Hank. gan itavidson, J. W. Rlnnd, Harvey Hickman Furniture Co. House. J. R. McClellan. W. J. Fields. Hubbard & Blackford. S. W Sweeney, Deo Nichols, Rd Cros-ti10 Holm & Klllson. M. tj. Dnrnes. J. II. Provow. grocery I.edford & Randlu Ornnd Jury: P. M. McAdoo, W. T. Kyles, W. A. Shuck, Fori'mnn. C. C. 2 Moore, L. S., Lawyer Rondurant, II. H. Oreen, T. T. Crocket Rice, E. C. M. Johnson. W. R. Workman. C. II. Rico. N. L. O. McMurry. K. T. Hard, J. M. Par-haSouthern Express Offlco. W. II Maddox. Smith & Amberg. G 2 Self, Tom. ' Tho grand Jury only returned 3 Speight. R. II., Indictments nnd ndjourned Wednesda to meet next Tuesday In Fulton. 3 Hi Townsend, J. A., 4 J. h. Fry, nn nttornoy of Union City Townsend, Oils, was sworn ns n member of this bar. Wheeler, L. It., Tho following Inwyors wero In atO tendance: Tom Shclbourne, Hard well, R. I.. Smith, R. U. Flat. Tom Hullock. THE NEW ADDITION. Clinton: Sam Crossland. W. II. Hester, Moyfleld; T. N. Smith. H. T. Tho Henry Rros., Addition to Hick-maSmith, Kd Thomns, Fulton. Is being put In flrstclass shape. W. C. Johnson, A. M. Roper nnd J. Tho four streets running through It R, Mllner wort) appointed Jury comhavo been graded up and tho city missioners for noxt yenr, Tho enso of Commonwealth vs. R. streets leading Into tho addition havo also been graded. Threo acres of Finis Clark Is sot for Sept. 22. Tlio suit of Mrs. Mnrgnret Kcster- - ground, In which tho famous Sulphur son ngnlnst tho Columblnn Woodmen Spring Is located, have boon fenced for an Insuranco policy on tho llfo of and mndo Into a park. Tho spring her husband, who was killed In tho Is covered by a substantial spring upper bottom last year, Is set for house nnd n dancing pavllllon, about Sc'pt, 23. Suit of T. II. Forrlll against J. J, 25x35 Is almost completed. Trees. C Iloiuliiraiit Is set for Sept. 23. havo been trimmed and whitewashed, Tho suit of W. II. Porter against nnd various other Improvements mado Finis Clark Is sett, tfor eSpt.22. Tho brick house located In O tho addition, which will bo sold the BROWNSVILLE ITEMS. same as tho lots, has been repaired Mrs. 4. V: llontoti Is on tho alck and wilt mako a beautiful homo for list tlis week. the purchaser. In all there will bo about CO lots A revival meeting Is In progress nt to sell In this tract, and three or four Ucoch Qrovo this week. Claud Hnmby nfid wlfo, ot Hickman utrrengu tracts. Most of these lots are lovol nnd nicely located, and will, visited friends hero Sunday. when built up, mako a pretty retd Kid. J. A. Self nnd wife, of McKen denco section. This, placo la not guests of John Harnett nearly zle, wero the bo lnaccesibo a ono might nnd wlfo this week. suppose. Bridges have been con Miss Julia Riley, of Hickman, Is structed, pyer tlio ravines between tho guest of Mrs. Pearl Olidowcll. town, and the. placo so that It may J. J. Wiley and family aro visaing ho reached In 10 or 15 minutes' wnlk. Good Druga mean much more than Fresh Druga, because it includes high grade as well as freshness. In every respect we claim that our stock is an exceptional one. Let us be your druggist. HELM & ELLISON 54 Tho sale, as announced, will bo held on tho afternoon of Friday, Sept. 17th rain or shlno. In addition to giving away a building lot and $10 In gold to tho visitors on sale day. they havo a brass bnnd and other to entertain you. Hoforo tho salo all lots will bo numbered and thu number displayed from stakes sot on each one which of course. will enablo you to mako your selec c, tions before tho salo begins. In Justice to the Henry Dros., wo might state that they are perfectly reliable and will do Just what they promise. There will bo no or tricking in this deal It Is all open nnd above board. Tho lots will bo sold If a single bid Is made on them tho purchasers making tho prlco. A 42 evening feast 43 44 35 n the Frank Dudley Stock Company will produce the sensational society drama "Tho Rival Candidates'' for the first time. The play Is more replete with real situations and climaxes than any other drama ever acted by this ag gregation. Mr. Frank Dudley, wno has appeared before the theatre goers of Hickman, and Miss Cora Belle Bonnie need no comment from the press and with a star cast will make a very desirable evenings entertainment. The company Is said to Be adequate In every sense of tho word. Managers Dillon & Cox; an nounce that the ladles win be admitted free on Thursday evening under usual conditions with popular prices continuing during the three night's, engagement. ROPER'S COLT SHOW. well attended In splto of the thero being some 75 or 100 men pres- at the Lyric theatre when Is in store next Thursday J. J. C. Roper & Son'a Colt Show-wa- s ral, two-stor- y ent and about 20 mules shown besides a number of horse colts, representing Osceola, many of them being very flno ones. Ulaek Roy's muloa were shown first, W. W. UrasfleUI getting 1st, Charlie Sowell. 2nd. Mohawk's mules wero fastened lu a lot to themselves and the mares, takea away from then. It seemed to bo. somewhat difficult for tho Judges to decide what taulo was really tho right ono, as. thero was several good ones. Tho Judges finally decided to glvo Hugh Curlln 1st, Albert Graves 2nd. Ono of tho Judges remarked after tho premiums had been glvca that they (meaning both lots ot colts.) wero tho best lot ot uiulo colts 1uu had over seen together. Tho owners ot flvo of tho best mules, though not caring to selU priced their mules at $125 each. NEW FALL GOODS Having j'ust returned from ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO markets we are now receiving our New Fall Goods. In a few days our stock will be complete. We will be able stock ever brought to show the most complete Hjckman, to up-to-da- te Many of thorn hnvo f "ir of two companion, ' nt c if llii'Hu commuul . un paying an uxlrn I'lvilogf of HUHtatnlm: - aim uual condition. It riot.' that In nono ' unltk'8 havo tho old " - ftfimiiiiiiiiit. .w.ii.,,i,i llk MU Sunday. ..lltlo Kdnn Davis, who lias boon very 111 of malaria fuvor, is lmprov lug rapidly. held services at tho Urothur l'rlmltlvo Uaptlst Church, near tho cross roads. Thuru was a good ut tendance and nil were well pleased with tho discourse. Mot I.unsfurd und family nnd sev urnl "old Daptlsts" wont fishing Mon day, nmoiig whom wus Mrs. Muttlo Honors, of Fulton, who has been visit lug her aunt, Mrs. Met I.uusford. The drouth Is broken at Inst, und a In. idy tho pessimistic aro oxclnlm iiig. "oh. It Is too mubby." Hut tho nptomlstlc aro probing Uod for maul fold blessings. Which ot theso aro you, dour reader. Jill) "PRINTZESS" WOMENS and miSSES TAILORED SUITS The best fitting suit made us show you the line. no alterations necessary. Let Prices ranging from NEW FALL miLLINERY We are now showing advanced styles in Fall Millinery. Ladies, Misses and Childrens Ready-to-WeHats, at ar 5 O ' t"'ii put out ofbusl. 'witrary thuy havo huh W. II. Dallzur, ot IlulUer & Dodd a and tho other com Dry Goods Co., spent last week li :i largely an added ux tlio St. Louis markets, returning home ' munlty. TIioho fuctu Monduy. Ho was accompanied homo P'lble to proof to thorn-'- by his wlto and Vuughtur, MIbsTIioI to conviction to tho ma, who havo been visiting relative &! Impossible to make lu Curbondnlu, Ills. VI'' tig Mrs. Dr. Naylor has returned to her by tho homo in Cuyco, nftur u visit with ijuw charged r I'hone und Tolegrnph Judgu Naylor und. fumlly. Mrs. Jas. McMullIn und little sou Hiifflcleut to iuoio havo returned homo after u visit lu Pay the operating ox- furls, Ky. $12.50 to $35.00 Incorporated. NMCUMmmm' 50c to $5.00. baltzer & Dodds Dry Goods Co it '5 iSfr CHANGE IN FLAVORS HOUSEWIFE WHO MAKE8 MANY ' KINDS OF SHORTCAKE. Tt j PdDIF ttlkl Chat on Topic Points Out On of the Oest Ways M Uie the Summer Fruits and Derrles Canned Preparation! hi Winter. Recognizee! AutborNv H(0)Stt of iany Kinds, THE by a XII .."rr- - BEST REJHED For Women LySaPn:nl Ideas for Charity Bazar. One of tho best ways to usq th No matter what tho season tho great summer fruits nnd berries is In short organization known ns "Society" Works cakes. Wc use all kinds of fruits. W for chnrlty. In fact, not to bo IdcntI inako Individual shortcakes by the with something of humanitarian following rule: Sift ono pint of flour lied .import Immediately stamps a person f tenspoonfut of salt, two with member has sent homo n boy who as being decldly out nt It. fell Into bnd ways nnd could not b tnblcsponfuls of sugnr nnd two henii "Charity Is a magnet that draws Ing tonspoonfuls of baking powder. In brought under discipline Tlicro It to this rub with tho hands n piece o( "buds." "bellos" and matrons together not such n largo proportion of tho dis with but ono Interest. Young women trict boys In the houso ns In tho sea butter tho sIzm of nn egg nnd n pleco lu louring cars stop you on tbo street ate. They como from many states, of lard the snine site. Htlr In milk asking for books nnd magazines for n but somo of tho moro distant stutei enough to mix Into n Lnttcr to roll library, whllo all sorts of entertain out. Knoad ns little as posslblo on are not represented. ments engross tho evenings. It Is doubtless a fact thnt tho boyi the board nnd roll Out with ns little All this leads up to novel handling ns possible. Cut In round tainment being planned afor "shut-Ins-enter WASHINGTON. Uclng much larger In both houses of congress aro undct about four Inches In dlnmeter. Wo use of all ages. It Is to bo nn afternoon wT than the senate, with many more closer supervision than was tho case members to look out for nnd more nt ono time. A few examples opened tho cover nf n pound coffeo tin ns a affair on tho lvn, tho lingo porches ground (o cover, tho house Is allowed tho eyes of tho authorities to what cutter. Hnko so minutes In a quick being utilized As workshops. oven. This recipe makes flvo short 44 page boy, nnd In ngo they are tho dangers might confront boys far from Thero nro a number of committees (he senate pages, whllo home without tho refining Influences cakes. Henlors of with competent chairmen. Thero Is Strawberries-- raspberries, blackber one on their pay Is Just tho same, House. that nro Inseparable from n mother's "amusement for children," ono pages must bo between tho ages of lovo and caro. Whllo tho restraint ries, blueberries, peaches, pineapples for "elderly people," ono on "food deli nnd bnnnnas nil mako delicious short cacies." As near as 1 can Judge', It Is fourteen nnd 18 years. They go on is not Irksome, It Is designed to bo nt duty nt nlno o'clock each day and least wholesome nnd for the entire cakes. Wo like blueberry shortcake to bo a most fascinating affair. stay until tho house adjourns. They good of tho youths who may very almost better than blueberry plo. The Mnlds from Japan will servo tea. place tho copies of the Hccord on tho likely grow up to bo themselves rank blueberries should bo stewed a little quaint Holland lassies nro to dispense Tho pineapples should bo cut up some cocoa, both iced and hot; dainty desks of members, keep tho desks In crs of laws and rulers of tho lnnd, order and nro at tho beck and call of Without doubt It has been a groat tlmo before using, sprinkled well with American benuttos" garbed In white, members whonevor wanted. They are trial to most of tho youngsters to be sugar and allowed to stand so that with hair ndornment of "llenuty" rose, under tho Immediate supervision of n deprived of their vacations for such the Juice will como out well. Kor the will recelvo tho Jollies, Jams, etc., and chief page on each sldo of the house. n long time. Tho call of the woods banana shortenko tho bananas must tho children a committee, all In cos Somo of them are nsslsned to duty as and Acids Is strangely Insistent to bo thoroughly mashed nnd well sweet tume from Mother Goose, will recelvo telegraph pages and others as tele- youth. Every normal, healthy, man cned, but they should not bo allowed for tho poor "shut-Inboys nnd girls. phone pages, but most of them are on ly boy yearns to get out In tho open to stand. Cream may be added to One group of young girls has pre duty on tho floor. to swim, ride, shoot, sail or disport tho banana shortcake. If you like It pared quantities of surprise nuts, In serving, havo the shortcake hot mado by Inserting Tho bouse pages are appointed on himself In tho water. To bo confined somo tiny object the recommendation of members by within even morblo walls cannot com' Split them, butter well, put two large llko a new penny, a bonbon, wco doll, spoonfuls of tho mashed nnd sweet tiny thimble, roll tho head doorkeeper, who has general pensato for tho freedom of tho fields, of bright baby or a raisin between English wnl-nu- t supervision of tho boys. Generally, and so tho page boys aro happy nt ened fruit Inside and ono on top. In winter we hnvo apple and orange shells; tho meats oxtracted were tho member who has secured tho last In tho prospect of unlimited en boy's appointment will look after his Joyment for a tlmo nnd a rest from shortcakes. Wo also use canned fruit turned over to tho "home-madcandy" Wo find this n very economical way ol committee. The nurses wilt find these physical and moral welfare while he tho enres which sit but 111 at best on using fruit, one box of berries or one nuts Invaluable as rewards of Is here, and It has happened that a young shoulders. merit pineapple being enough for four short For elderly "shut-Ins.thero are to cakes. bo boxes of "comfort" powders, suggestive mottoes, pencils, pads of pa Frenched Chicken. pers, sewing outfits, good short Dress a chicken which is too their retiring than there nro ministers for fry Inc. or almost irrnwn. m.lolnt stories, etc. Scrap to retire. Hut who's going to keep nil parts, cut tho brenst In two. then too, madebook fans aro capital Idea. by pasting bright sayings. tab? Diplomatic debris Is always at salt and pepper nnd roll well In flour Jokes, little poems, anecdotes, etc., on try in hot lard (part butter Is rood). both a premium. Discards from legations Is light fan. sides but butter after chicken ban be nnd serves ofa a doubloIt purpose,to hold, whether genulno or apocryphal, are gun add fry giving to well. Cook In this war gobbled gluttonously. Most congresuntil a golden brown. The chlckvn comfort by Its brcezo and amusement by reading tho specially collected slonal wives go back homo laden with will not be tender nor nenrlr dono sacred relics from auction houses, but have ready a steam cooker, nr There Is nlso a commlttco to collect more or less authenticated. loyal legion of congress THE who hung on In Washington One of these axdont ladles picked up old fashioned steamer, with a nan In Jars, bowls and vases, ns nurses say It to hold tho Juice from the chicken. during tho dog days, encouraging recently, at a rare bargain, In prima Then put in the chicken and cook one tbo problem of finding receptacles for their husbands, found surcease for condition apparently, an oriental rug. nour. or until tender. The grease flowers Is often a perplexing ono. An commlttco Is tho ono colsultry solitude In auctions.- - The Wash- warranted, to have been highly prized in which tho chicken was frlml mint ington femalo Is auction mad. There's by a prominent diplomat, who parted bo heated again, ns It must be placed lecting puzzlos, and why wouldn't tho lovo thoso capti a greater glamour here- - over tho sale with It reluctantly upon bis recall to on tho back of tho stovo to be ready crippled "shut-Ins- " of other people's old rubbish than any- his own country. Tho rug, which bad lor gravy. Ono laree tablesnoonful vating pastimes Just as much as tho where elso In tho country Power is never known a foreign footfall, woro of flour, brown ns you wish, and a sturdy youngsters I saw yesterday deeply absorbed In putting "dog" puzalways changing hands. Nobody beautifully for a month or two, then bowl of sweet milk and water make stays put In his high estate, and when fell all to pieces at ono fell swoop. a delicious gravy. Also add the Julco zles together. I wish I had gotten all theso Ideas shay.' from the steamed chicken to the gravy tho dignitaries get their walking pa- like the "wonderful pers they sell out nil their household The fabric, which was literally worn whllo cooklnc. You will And thu sooner. They aro all of practical use goods, as a rule. Hence the avid fem- In holes, had been strengthened and tho most satisfactory way of cooking and there Is always a perfect epidemic or bazars Just beforo Christmas so inine scramble for foreign and his- renewed by a preparation of glue on a largo cnickcn not an old one by prepare now. toric relics. Tho smartest society Is tho back, tho threadbare spots filled any means; bo certain it Is young always to be found In the fashionable up to a firm consistency by the use A Delightful Shower. Recipe for Waffles. of red egg dye paint. The disenauction rooms in Washington. "Polly" had at last succumbed to cups of Hour, three ton Take 1 retiring foreign .' minister" chanted lady had only a shoddy rug "The Cupid's wiles nnd the spinster club to dodge is worked to a, fine financial to show for her $70 oxpendlturo. Still spoons of baking powder, half a tea which sho belonged resolved to do tho finish by foxy auctioneers. There are the thrall of the auction room never spoon of salt, one tablespoon of melt proper thing In tho way of a shower. cd butter, ono cun of milk, tvn usually moro auctions to celebrata diminishes. Mix and sift all Ingredients, add the jnllk and yolks of eggs which have been well beaten, then tho whites ol the eggs, which have been beaten cleaning department, it was discov- Btirr. The waftle Iron, which should flt the ered that there is about ten times as much street area In tho district to range, should bo well heated on both bo cared for as In New Orleans; but sides and thoroughly creased Iron is In filling tho visiting official told the local spoonful tilled.mlxturo near put tableof the center heads that tho streets of Washington or the Iron. are cleaner than thoso in New OrHard Times Steak. leans. Round steak, two Inches thick, scant Tho New Orleans official went caretribute to the cleanliness of HIGH streets of the national capital fully Into all tho details of the sys- cup of flour pounded Into steak on was paid recently by Joseph A. Glea-so- tem of street cleaning In tho national both sides. I use n porcelain plate to general superintendent of the de- capital, and declared that he found pound with. It tnkes about half an partment of public works of New Or- many new Ideas which could bo used hour to pound In nil the Hour. Have frying pan very hot, with butter or In tho southern city, leans. Ono of tho advanced steps taken In net, and fry steak on both sides a Ho called at the district building to find out how it was done, and New Orleans looking to cleanliness, nice brown. Pour over steak a pint chatted with Commissioner West and Superintendent Glenson explained, of wnter, cover and cool; an hour II Superintendent James M. Wood of the was along the line of making the water cocks out add mare. When done street railway companies sprlnkl It will bo very tender and the gravj department "Washington Is the cleanest and their tracks. While tho old lines of nicely thickened. Veal cooked lu th the best city I have been In," he told tho city cannot bo made to carry out somo way Is very nice. West, after relating that course, tho now lines are given Commissioner Potato Pie. experiences In visiting many of the charters containing a compulsory ti Hnn strsin mn,l M.ltl. a ..... V"W Attn " lilt 11 U leading cities of tho eastern and cen- clause. The results aro excellent, II cups of sugar, four VI UMIIICU eggs, well tral states. "I want to find out how was reported, and tho system Is to one cup of milk, ono cup ofbeaten, cold bo extended in tho future. Nothing you do It." mashed potatoes, ono cup chopped During his confcrcnco with Su- like this has been tried in the tablespoons each ol walnuts, three perintendent Wood of tho street- cup spices, Congress Pages Need Supervision ono-hnt- , tho recipient realized they wero sup posed to represent Jealousy. Kach guost took n dainty teacup and thn Plrnr. r saucer, tho hostess providing tho pot All were naked to bring their thimbles, 1 Tho work provided by tho hostess wni heKirr'jj- -r n varloty of ten tuwcls. Then the hostess requested tho bride-elec- t to mnko n cup of ten as a farewell to the other spinsters. Tho mnld brought I a tray with the cups and saucers, each cup bearing n black cat shaped card . . " t S llot on which tho donor n name, nnd n son wero Inscribed In whlto Ink. 1 tlmcnt forgot to say, theso cat cards were In WW closed lth tho Invitations, and th cups wero all sent to tho hostess th successful remedy f ,r a'n v $m cf day beforo tho shower. Kvcry on fomalo troubles a:: I f said It was a most unique way of glv noTor praise ItrnorRh."-- 1. 5 "au Holland, Noah, hv- ing a shower. Tho Invitations were on green card board, lettered In yellow. They were so pretty that It was somo tlmo bofor .Vthitv.., 1 An Party. IhoCliatiBcofl.lf(isth.Bifrf,jM period of n wr.man s , "That Hemlnds Mo" on n Invitation ndded a splco of novelty to the after noon. Kach guest told a story re mini cent or otherwise, nnd as they wer women through I! is trrtn, nil old friends a most delightful tlm was enjoyed, This Is a capital Idea oun,Lmil ..,.K""U1I "auT0 fwnisii for a grnndmothcra' pnrty. Uao nil erbsT I IVir IA vtttM u tho old fashioned things obtainable. havo a nosegay of nannies (for women from tho womforSSfcS I thoughts) nt each placo and serve thl Ills lnfLimm.it on ' ttffll dellclouily supper. rib-bo- Washington Women Are Auction Mad lr e one-hors- o Cold ham and chicken, creamed po nenrouj prostration? IW"CM l tatoes, tiny baking powder biscuit, to If roil irnnl.l lll-.- 1. .. I mato plckloi, brandled peaches, baked cup custard, rolled Jelly cako, tea with LyniL Mns. Her nd vice cream and sugar. Have an ulu-nv"" lioli.r.ii loned bouquet of garden flower, but anil H.lUM ter ptates, a castor In center of th All In Flaht Aailnit Tuh. !..:. table nnd pour the tea at the tablo. .I Prevention of Pass buttermilk In the afternoon, icy cold In thin tumblers or bette dividends I the rr.?.:;7a somo of our larr i I sUU goblets. pnnles aro now trylcj t"j k'JlxA MADAME MEHUL The Metropolitan I.'e t:vt 'j pi luieu ior prmusjcn ta 1 nul torlutu for Its pol. r tcU i t:Iml ployes afflicted wl'h "t- tho application was 01 Illegality by .New Yc;k ! t't Intcndent of losurac 0 II U.iTttl company Is. hocvcr ' - j ul active educational cir;-,tj tol Morning mbin nnd teagowns or tnouting 3.600 0W appearing without sleeves, except at Its iollcy holdc-- s TLs PT-itu- I -- t u they nro made of contrasting material Ravines IJfo At .rt-Girdles will emphaslzo many gowns. also esUbllibed a t ar i Tho underarm seams aro high and whero lu roller hc.ic-- s r;r nl .. give smnrtness to the close-fittinEcvc-freo medical advl'-sleeve. orders, notably the 13 Vxi:n Poulards am mnde In such attrac- Knlxhts of Pvth 3. R J Lfiral i Oxl tive designs this season that they can Itojrsl Arcanum ar.d bo used effectively In detached pieces. cie, bavo already ,;J cruil . ' .a ct uul Not Is not used so much now nt contemplating the sheer batiste, finest tucked organdie toria for tbelr turn c ct;-- i and thin lawn, comblnod with th Up. Sit Cluny or Irish lnce. Much rot has recently bees A fow years ago tho llttlo girl was dressed with numerous ruflles and so wags havo rent thi!r Lrr. :i tr.:Ja mako food f.r wtt UUl full wero the skirts that a child In trying to lid dreadnaught the p'r: l:is niai dressed with nil of tho numerous tn a ta ktxk f.ie'l ruffles looked for all tho world llko s What neel havo benri'dl It I fancy runted pen wiper. Tho dresses They do not bau to sweats ' Izot mi are much stralghtor and th Is It because the ft landscape has been rol'-- ts r?uli ruffles nro not so full. Utl ItT Wo are no iadgo c Ui and caro not bat yc-- it. 3 cr too I old-fasa Ufrl 1 i,- -r -- -- in foquc 1 re:Uc3rti -p tl piit..'j t- -- il r:-i- W.-i-a- it to-da- y cj r National Capital Is a Clean City Children9 & Wear Is; It's not wbats ca t- la tirWj heads that makes us t'.t up tndulil -t lrnr Hard of Ucnrie Wed. Her Rich Sttofithir Social circles la l'src-i- , Call learned with amauiuc-- t tW-riu-l s that Miss Kathcr.ne become tho brlda cf t r Pvni. M Davis nf U:i ri Traphagen lived w."i Lr 1 : 1 l Altadcna nnd was cemi nent members of V e U "t Chrlstlsn Assoclat. n tc :f of Its short story b. notice. -ul wh c!-- 1 Equipped lor Sorrow Is an evil Posldlppus. Fit 'h cwy ft- - Travel. Thi IT WORKS Laborer Eali Food That Wreck an Office Kin -- WouMj street-cleanin- g 1 fl.nl wnnlil wreck n laaa WJilS"'! closely confined. .til1 This Is iiiustraicu in w - ,l .ucn ...1- .- nru mi. -' ; T!"ll . who hard work can soct.n-- J wt tl , 1 Craze For Presidential "Relics for bor summering sho attended a concert at a fashionable theater. Hor discarded program dropped to the floor u she got up la leave. Instantly, thoso near by who were watching every wplloa of the notable, lady made a stumpedo for, tho worthless piece of ptiper, enph anxious to securo It us a relic. On one of her latest shopping ex. a careful podltiomi, Mrs. Taft, bell presidential people novcr cease be objects of tbu most poignant interest They uover pall on tho pub- , lic curiosity, even hero In Washing-4onwhero presidents are human nature's dally food. Shortly before Mrs. Taft'a departure THE different half raisins, hall UMU kui luii.tiitr, I. .iitiu viliuii, ft a half coffee cups of flour, well mixed with two teaspoonfuls of baking powand economical buyer, deliberated der. Cover with boiled frosting for a considerable whllo over the Tomato Rarebit. choice of a piece of lace at tho lac IVy about two tablospoonfuls of counter. After sho bad finally mad iinlon In buttor size of nn egg, add one r hor selection and departed, a quart of tomato Juice. When boiling, of tho chop, much more onehnlf pound of finely siloed showily and handsomely dressed than stir in qheese. When this Is well mixed, add the president's wife, who, from a eggs, salt and pepper het distance had been watching the two broken cook Ingredients am proceedings like a hawk, pounced this mixed until nil masn nnd the tlikkeii. upon tho saleswoman that Mrs. well down on crackers or toast. Thli Taft bad Just released, who was busy Serve hot folding up her stock. "Which plecs is delicious. did Mrs. Taft buyr nsked thti.eagor Currant Water. onlooker with avidity. Sho wai To two cunfuls of currants ami nn shown. "I'll take all tho rest of that imiful rod rasoborrles mashed n,i,i n piece of laco," tho woman feverishly cupful of cold water and bring to a Tho Taftlan (ouch and th simmer over the lire. declared. Tlion strain, Tallinn taste had given tho airy fall-rl- mix with a cupful of slrun inml.i a flctltloua value In the purchas- from sugar nnd water, boiled to tin er's eyes, truly ludicrous. thread stage, rour in mree pints waA local paper rcceptly remarked lit ter end stand on tho Ice uutll cold. all seriousness, that Mrs. Taft wui w ' Irons from Sticking." Tc Prevent seen uot long ago walking democrat Hub Irons with a flannel iiaLn.i i Jcally down P street, "carrying hei pocketbook li her band." An eccen keroseno oil It will keep them fres trio proceeding uot to carry it In Iiei from rust aivi no starch will stick tvetbi ..w In them. fellow-customelit-tl- o s y . ... Coat for Girl from Kfehl In Ton I. iim tun .i ........ ... jur linen, serge or cashmoro, Is shown here; It Is ani.iililu uiiiusacquo Bunauiu ordinary Hhapo with three buttons, bolow which the fronts slope slightly away white embroidered lawn collar and cuffs add a prettlnoss. Hat of embroidery, trimmed with colored ribbon taken round the crown and arranged In a roititto at ibo sido. Material required: yards 4G inches wld . DretS for (llrl from Tn in Vnnru --.v...., UI.I....I ur cuvckou . zepnyr .uivu . . nilrlit bo used for thla iinofnl nlvln- ilm .Llri ..i.ii. 1.. .11. u.... tho hips and back, is trimmed nt the foot by a band of zephyr to match, .. mummery is eugeu witn n shaped pluce of zephyr to which the material part Is gathered. Cuffs of zephyr nro set to tho HI v ...... nuffed SlOCVOS. Materials rnnulroilm av minus wiuo. one- ; fourth yard embroidery, ono yard plain zephyr, Mtv 10 ion icars. ror school or seakldo wear uui nuui this llttlo dross would bo found most useful; our model Is In sky blue linen-Uii- i skirt has a box nlnli inw from It; buttons and loops trim tho foot of plait; tho lodlco Is arranged to uu ch nnd U worn with Potor Pan collnr and cuff. I lat of coarso strnw. with biu ribbon taken round tho crown and tied lu a bow at tho left side. MMeriaU fjulrd; Hv yard linen 36 Inches wld, eight button. Vr g -- -- Tu-lllv- -- 1 v... - 1 - .1 I was ior j; yiam i - working actively ard d';ck c I tho tlmo without ni : b t" .1 t" I xntareil th .1 incro i im drinking strong cod- ?. W 1 A wero ' ' Mii weak and I was sum I quit Bioppcu euunH .(flee, thought might off t r c: but till my conui'i' j i I was "I imniiy nun , 'a menced to uso l'o n io UUU 1 ( 'i when 1 say, my "fit, to Improve liuinf J at' X -nm well and can without any bad lff 7,;.:. ing from cou'. ...r;i I told my wife couldI digest a br! k if u postum i to go wi-d,..joM r3 t' ; make It nc" U full 20 in ii ' boiling iih rich cream and It u c clous. foraccryon" '; Iiook Inpkgs, nious llttlo book, vlllc." , iiiore B a Ileason Bt0?; . ,.V,n..W gi '' ' p c: chl.t v,;, IJII"" nn uruulur, ur. Ir-- u. Irur, 'J, 'Jt W Ifl ILLS llDDENt" MURDERS IN HOI IN ATTEMPT CHILD. TO SAVE DIES Hope FOR M0NTH3. Abandoned After Physicians1 Consultation. Enos Shearer, Yew nnd Stn., Ccntrnlln, Wash., Wash-ngto- n ONE ON JOHNNY. A FEW REMARKS FROM PAPA MOTHER COL. EASTMON ..11 rinUTPH wm BARRACKS. PREVIOUS op LITTLE ONE 8TRUQQLED OUT OP . HER RE8CUER'3 ARMS TO REACH HER PARENT. now York. in trylnu to aid reacuo of her elovcn ycar-old In tha r daugli-te- WZE0 BY CRIMG Winifred, Mra. Mary Kane, 42 years old, wife of tho caretaker on L,Tr,gdy Gutrd Walk. Clmly-p- uj o. Locked up and Chlrfled with Murder. ,Mned. It is bo ter. Vn.nlttUo of a provl Tho aiidden appearanco of tho moth Ui. . J I.oonard, ngcd M M.-- . ,, Ilia er came,! Winifred to throw hcraolf .L. II f!n.a l; f, t! IN lnu.--out of tho nrm of Harry Swift, who ,ry lu.me, Ihe other day U. Krtt l (v Osoar , t tf the barrncks, and to-:.J H.rgt. Otorgo v, Warran nnguu JJI.J ll.n of, . . ,k t , t v: wnero s;ui. ............ nn.l . - " r . re n rieii-.ii'-i- i ' .. tho Rlrl nnd was brlnglm? her nahoro wiicn Mrs, Knno ruthed Into tho wn. the Haremeycr cstato at Throng's neck, wna drowned in Ix)ns Inland Sound, upon which tho oatato fronts tho other afternoon Tho sacrifice of Mrs! Kane's llfo wna unclean, ni Harry Hwlft, a nclRhbor'a aon. had already gono to tho rescue of says: "For years I wns weak and run down, could not sleep, my limbs swelled nnd the accretions wcro troublcsomo; pains wcro Intense. I wns fast In bed for four months. Thrco docHo was a Johnny, tors said thcro was with llttlo Sho so euro for me, nnd I wns given up to and pert. cash. said: was both pretty Ho "Do you know, die. Hclng urged, I used Doan's Kid-ac- Dolly, I nm something of a mimic? I IMlls. Soon I was better and In a can tnko almost anybody off" few weekn wns about tho house, well 8ho said: "Thon tako yourself off, and strong again," old boy. I'm expecting some one to Sold by nil dealers, CO cents ft box, tako mo to supper." balmy-headey "ostcr-MIIbur- n 'Mrs. Quiet, But Emphatic, and Young Thing Immediately Took a New View of Life. SICK HEADACHE ICARTFf Positively cored bf these; Little T?i- -r PlHaV. i Co., Iluflalo, N. Y. ,h WHAT SHE ESCAPED. PAINT DURABILITY. " r- 1 Il . j .. ... 1 mv t.-.i i,n,l t . 111 a- 11 lied through . Hash n 3 . .' i ..In fin 41 . v.. I. . S.J 1 1l hrr- a.-: Utiard Itobert C, xtlz disarmed him without f ird wns placed In tho : j 1 a charge of murder In ul,v '"" York uvenuo lo n point ho 2. partem, ...I...... U'rl..M rmuM 1, Leonard (hot a t.nrffli-lr- tr -- zri te '.' X ,.avrd no remorse. f n t. Ho do-- 'ho tragedy. rulljr .. Ha I htd 13 fn-l- .... me cause becauso of ccr In tho barracks. . tlif U rifd sa - Impelled by thor!mtew- - ')C3 if a committed iksLad Again Caught Girl, developed by the find- I fJ of n diary. Under had already managed to I'j n"i hor near 'r n Kleiner on Con enough to ahore to touch bottom, nnd n j tr had written tho word tho girl Immediately began to flounder toward Mrt. Kano. In hor altompt to t3 hrf:rlnK of knowledRp of reach her daughter, Mrs. Kano went In Itl beyond her depth. The ::'.r rcemble fear Swift lad ' l. n the hjman mind. While again caught tho girl and dragKcd her, toe red anu. unin lit " nnconsciotic, to the shore. Mrs. Kano was brought ashore after ward by Harry Swift and his brother Jerry, who had hurried to the sccno lo a row boat, but although a surgeon from Kort Schuyler wprked over her for mora than half aa hour he was unable to rorlro her. Thomns Kane, tho dead woman' husband. Is a horticulturist, and to gether they took care of tho r it fcj s id.- -: J' nlous ' t n. ...1 flMt oi gll wns drowned. Iluth Lucky girl! Jack Why do you say that? Iluth Why, she might havo lived and married tho idiot. Tho first thought In painting should, of course, bo durability and durability means simply puro paint properly applied. Puro paint is puro tvhlto lead and Unseed oil (with or without tinting material). Soma years ago tbo paint-buye- r wns likely to get adulterated or counter-fel- t whlto lead If ho was not familiar with brands. ho may buy with perfect safety If ho only makes suro that tho Dutch Uoy Painter trademark Is on tbo packages of white lead that ho buys. This trademark was adopted by National Lead Company to distinguish the pure whlto lead made by them from the worthless adulterated nnd fake goods. Jack Thcro goes young Softy. He It Is ra guarantee as valuable to tha as tho education of a took his flnacco out rowing last Sunday, rocked the boat, and tho poor paint expert could be. To-da- y house-owne- F An Atchison Young Thing had n SsT dliretttonandToamarSf head that nched, her honey boy having Bating. A perfect raa I LflisV ed ., for DUilne.., Na taken his affections elsewhere, and Drowalnean, PILjaaVa her father recently shut himself up Tat Initio Month, Ooa with her to reason with her. "That ed Tooco. Tutn in is m Inn., TOIIPID LIVEaV Honey Hoy averaged spending CO cents n week on you," ha said. "Here's a Tliey regulate, tho Dowela. Purely Vtgttabaa, dollar n week to tako Its place. Evefr SHALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PJMi. tlmo ho called ho cleaned out tho reGcnuino Must Bear frigerator; your mother will see to It CARTERS Signature that your brothers do this In future. Ho kept you up Into nights. Your baby sister Is cross, and hereafter you PILLS. will let tho baby do this for you. He ' REFUSE SUISTITUTU, took possession of tho most comfort-ablrocker on the porch; when you look at that rocker in future it Will not i be empty, bringing tho pang to your heart that your silly novels tell about; It will bo occupied by tho man who paid for It, nnd that's me. Your mother nnd I stayed by you through colic nnd teething, and aro going to get you through this It we hnve to tako NOTHINO LIKE IT FOR turns spanking you. Now, tako your P""'"8 eneb any dentimca eyes off tho moon and look at tho dust Tils? TFFTU h cleansing, vrhtterung aost sICi lata Is reaoring tartar from the teeth, besides destroyiss you." Atchison Globe. around III I VFR T alan rethrro Dim treaa from DjipeptU, la MBjST iH Bt Fac-Slmi- le o - G7 sS-- TOILET ANTISEPTIC- "Is tho contract of dower properly drawn up, signed and witnessed?" asked tho count of Castlo-on-thc-Bu- A Noble Love. all germs of decay and diaeose which, ordinary tooth preparation cannot do. a A TUE sVinilTU Paxtiae uiej asthamouSV. moOBa wash disinfects gives another warning that thcro Is HIE. and kills the the no Infallible method of doubling one's and throat, purinesthe breath,causing soro Eerax which collect in mouth, throe, stakes after a loss. "All ono can do," bad teeth, had Uealh, grippe, and much' uckaeaa. says he, "Is to combine ono's play so "heo Inflamed, tired, edai as to havo a great chance of winning TUP I7VCO and bum. may b instiiatsj Es I n little and a llttlo chance of losing lelWrcd and strengthened by Paztine. much, and many chances of losing Paxtino will destroy tha gersss ft little. VA I that cause catarrh, heal lb a lammarion and stop the discharge. It is' a ssa For Headache Try Hicks' Capudlne. remedy lor uterine catarrh. Paxtine u a harmless yet powerful Whether from Colds, Heat, Btomach or Nervous troubles, the aches aro speedily sertuacaLt,cbsauecunt and deodorizer, j fJ relieved by Capudlne. It's IJould pleas- Used in bathicg it destroys odors and ant tn take UffectH Immediately. 10, 25 and tOo at Drue Stores. Stares tbe body suuiiepcically dean. rORSALC ATORUaSTORCa.EOc looking Tho man who Is OR POSTPAID BY MAIL. for No Infallible Method. leading mathematician of France IflUUin I nt ITIBBU ftlrnn HAD AWFUL WEEPING ECZEMA Face and Neck Were Raw Terribls Itching, Inflammation and Soreness -- All Treatments Failed. Cutlcura Proved a lb v cf-t'- s Great Success. and rtt I-.,- which llo side of the Sound. years ago, and two sons, Tho other afternoon tho four girls went In bathing. Nora, ten yenrs old; Anna, eight year, and Mary, flvo years, remained near th shore, but Winifred ventured nut until the water She was unreached her shoulders. able to swim. The shorn In front of the Huntington and Havemoyer estates shelves abruptly In many places, and Winifred suddenly found herself beyond her depth. Sho screamed, and her slaters Joined with cries for help, Mrs. Kano run from her cottage to tho Mt Cuihed Through Hit Brain. shore at tho same time that the Swift boys went to tho rescue. Harry swam 'rt'rj :; - 'io in n marked dv out to tho child and Jerry put out In t h kir.wlcilKO may llo dois a row boat. ' ' T I l(,rU nf (In.n Mil. In Jorry caught hold of the child nnd .a rejutibled fire, dwarf-- succeeded In getting- her Into shoal r and betraylne tho uuharv wntcr, when Mra. Kano reached tho - Th" nd Invariably la Inaan- - shore nnd plunged In. In attempting to reach her daughter sho got beyond her dopth. J Vu.Iljni I' Hammond, who Harry Swl(t hnd all ha could do to drag Winifred ashore, but as soon Kl hoot you. too!" but as he hnd saved tho girl ha turned to ' J on'y n moment nnd ran help IiIh brother, who had reached the r "1 fior, whoro ho allot plnco where Mrsr Kano hnd gono A"" "' ""'l then to tho third down, Harry, by swimming, reached !' C (! hft his brother's boat, and then tho boys tt.l.. t3 lay In bed. caught Mrs. Kane by tho hair when lEaslned that WrlKbt waa sho aroso to the surfaco. Several men who had arrived by this time helped ;J -- J a n Hand of connplralora - tarraikn ami h,. tow Mrs, Kano ashore. Then they ns fc Hrd to "mnko of hastened to Fort Schuyler and got Dr. ' nr:.--l frnm lli.. auro"..... llogan. tbu post surgeon. Ho worked t?..Vhaif,lTt ,,lnt " wounJ. for nearly half nn hour over Mrs. r r Kane, but was unable to revive her. r i t ... . by a wld. Winifred w III' bo all right In a day or '.fcVr i. rt. two. .. , f ln.Ncw Vork cy. "o f- "Fciema began over tho top of my car. It cracked and then began to spread. I hod thrco different doctors and tried several things, but they did mo co good. At last ono side of my faco and my neck wero raw. Tho water ran out of It so that I had to wear medicated cotton, nnd It was so Inflamed and soro that I had to put a plcco of cloth over my pillow to keep the water from It. and It would stain tho cloth a sort of yellow. Tho cc tcma Itched so that It seemed as though I could tear my faco all to pieces. Then I bgaa to uso the Cutlcura Soap and Ointment, and It was not moro Huntington estates. was all by sldo on tho thoro than three months beforo It North-fielhealed up. Miss Ann Fearsons, They were married 13 Vt, Dec. 19, 1007." had four daughters and pros 4 Ctm. Curjt Hula Props Boston. Have-meyo- "Yes," sighed Gladys Golden. "There aro no loopholes through which your wise lawyers of Philadelphia might creep?" "Not a loophole," said the fair Gladys. "And your father's holdings In Amalgamated Whalebone, American Cheese Cs nnd Macaroni and Tin Soup-Plathavo not been affected by tho recent depression?" "No, dearest," answered Miss Golden, firmly. "Then I lovo you," said the noble count; and two fond hearts beat as ono. Puck. o troublo meets with fewer obstacles LARGE SAMPLE FREE! than the man who is seeking happi- TUB PAXTON TOILET OQ BOSTON. ness. Even doctors disagree and when they do it helps to swell tho population of one of tho other two places. IMP atAstt. Stop CASCARltTS AN ITCHING SKIN Is about the moat tronbleaome tblns; there la. You know It If you're tier hnd nny - kind of akin trouble. Hut tbej- all Kite rvny, dlaappenr eTery laat one evrrr plmplr, aealr, llehlnoT, eruptive kind at dlaea'ae of ths akin nben 70a treat tbem to box of taking liquid physic or big or littte pills, that which' nlak'es you worsa instead of curing:. Cathartics don't cure they irritate and weaken the bowels. CASCARETS make tha bowels strong, tone the muscles so they crawl and work when they do this they are healthy, producing right results. a bene f l' 5 1 Jt: ' i, C 1 . - -- rI ,.f . r. i tiU nli Iwansrj cr organted (h( "l special V act J rtvettrd him colonet ,,celInU service Ho ?.L"? ! FLEES POLIVeTcUMBS POLE Man Ooes to Top of High Flag Staff In Order to Elude Waiting Officials. Ttara Loulsvlllo. Ky. The sight of Isaac Martin perched upon the topmost pin,i,..Ll:'v .trv" "ooton. Ho waa nacle of the clubhouse at tho Jockey Club park, while l'atrolmen Lowe and m'.lcIn"la,, uiniiii- ,lrt became n mombr Krlegor of tho sixth district stood at -V L lulled "intoa cav- - tho foot of the polo and begged htm -. t'f. In u- ' El"l was dlirhnrirn.1 ,n... to co in o down, was nn Inspiring one , la for tho residents south of tho city. lore th """Hi At i, It was only after Martin had thrown . l:,U, """"J HI his knlfo nt tho officers and every " lro" . fourth I"N soi. ho could lay his ""iry, ana waa d g. other artlclo that finally succeeded k hands to that they f.ro,i In capturing him. J. I.lttlo g known of .. Martin had been lighting with an- other man, nnd utter a cliajo through South l.oiilslllo tho officers finally n Shooti Man In O- rn.i.i i an him up on the root of tho clubH lllco and hla house From there tho fellow made his way to tha top of tho Hag polo, ft t revolvers and Itlco la Kills Quest as Burglar, ulJ rim woman Is hi c and her aUter, Fulton, Ky. Hcllovlng they were Mrs. Uoorgo Speed shot and ."'co no,uo when burglars, brothorli.-law- , Al Vinson, killed his and shot at Vinson's wlfo. Mr and J aE! Mrs. Vlmou were guorU nt tha botua duel followed. of Speed, tnn .... .... .. .. T- slh "'tot toe for The Ever Changing Waist Line. treatment. Alldrueiriata, Digest seller In the world. Million boxes a month. Consider the mental agility it takes to keep up with one's waist line. One goes to bed at night In the sweet assurThis Trade-mar- k ance that It will be under the arms for tho next two or three months nt any Eliminates AM rate, and awakes to learn from the Uncertainty headlines In the morning papers that in the purchase of waist line is positively at the knees. well rubbed In. Nothing; like It to make the akin henlthr and paint materials. Thcro Is absolutely no use In prognosamooth and free from allnjr, or It is an absolute) ticating anything about It any longer. fiO renta Itch, or pnln. Price la guarantee of purThat tho waist lino occurred at the n box. and ooe box la jrunran-tee- d ity and qiulity. to enre nny one raae or waist was nn axiom accepted as unFor your own you GUT YOUIt MONEY IIACIC questionably as that the earth revolves Prcldedly Rattled. protection, see Of nn Ir'sliman, named Doghcrty, a on Its axis, but In theso days of higher Ask Druggist for Hunt's Cure. that it is on the side of speaker of raro eloquence, tho follow criticism is likely to bo anywhere. It every keg of white lead you buy. ing amuHlr.g story Is told: After one blowoth where It llsteth. Mrs. Wilson A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Sherman, Texas. itncuituacoKPin of liU speeches he asked Canning Woodrow, in American Magazine. 1102 Trinity luUftf. inTsrk wbnt ho thought of It. "The only fault Gender. I could find In It." Canning answered, The other evening Miss Y., a maiden was that you called the speaker 'Sir Nothing to Learn, Simply Shave too often." "My dear friend," said lady of uncertain years, suspecting NO HONING NO STROPPING UNIVERSITYo LOUISIANA Doghcrty, "If you know the stnto I tho cook was entertaining her beau raw oaixjura was In whllo speaking, you would not downstairs, called Martha and in'kswor m. caaUonAa, u. &. riiiint. wonder If I had called blm 'Ma'am!'" quired whether she did not bear some ono talking with her. TabM IMmtitr ta tO tu 4ernmf, k fcnt. h ttNCll f Nr Ortea tU mi- - d Smh. Khm Dtptufn nj Didn't Go Near the Water. "Oh, no, ma'am," cried the quickntk imir-tkrbaiUig. UoWrs iotmltmm, Bltswa tftV KNOWN THE WORLD OVER you caught a cold, dear!" sjntit, liVarantt, tatd fBsawa. "Havo witted Martha; "It was only me singfull CoorvsM trt elTr4 tm nilasitsitfc, "Just a little cold, mamma." ,Bn1otMrtJar. ArcbltsxTtsr, Art, Lsiw, lUaV. ing a palam." lclaa. Tkummej, uul XnUaTt rr. "Havo you got iour feet wet lately, "Very good," returned Miss Y. sigU'osnsm. afssrstc rTalrt4vcat Eaf ses sr, tm atsA my dear child!" i tWir risn. WKt csvotrpt., K. O. aSti nificantly; "you may amuse yourself mSfrm HAIR BALSAM PotyriMiM pt Hevbsisr iM. fM4 duatc. tstflsM (XKstwr "Why, 1 got one Just a wee bit wet with pslams, but let's have no hlms." far nt4kcv. rVUrttt, It. K. ttvwr.Otcnttif, latnrUnt: pvvtK rtvtnoit4 HjVnTsM wjjH Merer TaJls to HWr Ory when In ray bathing suit tho other 111 r to its YoutHful Color. day, mamma." Yonkers Statesmnn. D E Fl AH CE Cold Water Rough on Rats, unbeatable exterminator KTK3MZa.sljH Cun oct'p dl.M k haJr fiLlcjL makes laundry work a pleasure. It oz. pkg. too, Rough on Hon Lice, Nest Powder, 25c. Antlspeed Argument. The "Waa that a novel your messenger Rough on nedbugs,PowderorLiq'd,2Sc "SKSSSITtosil son's Eye Water W. N. U., MEMPHIS, NO. boy was reading?" Rough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 25. "Worso than that." answered tho Rough on Roaches, Pow'd.l5c.,Llq'd,25c man In charge of tho. oillce. "It was Rough on Moth and Ants. Powder, 25c. the fnblo of the hare and the tortoise." Rough on Skectcrs,Bgrceabletouso,25c, E.S. Wells. Chemist, Jersey Clty.N. J. 8haW Into Your Shots Allen's a powder for your fett Style of Price. s It cures painful, swollen, smurtlnc. "Are you going to raise any fancy feet. Makes new shoes easy. Sold by lit Drusdsts and Shoe Stores. Sc. Don't crop on your suburban place this sumaccept any substitute. Sample ritlCE. Ad mer?" nsked Jones of Smith, as they dress Allen & Olmsted. Lelloy, N. Y. Finer flsYor. rrester mcculence snd more met in the business district. M HziSZf wcitbt are insured to your tall "Well, yes," hesitatingly ndmltted Afterglow, "Are you still In the blissful Intox- Smith. "I am going to try to raise tho mortgage" ication of love?" iTOlV braddlor Polaats to the commercial tertillier you use on "No, Fvo reached thu hcadncho WSc-ZtjL Mlli these crops. It produces sound, solid heads and bulbs with Important to Mother. jJSJ3k. II mucblmprOTedflaTOr.andmaturcsthocropwcllabeadof frost XkijfM now." Exchange. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOIUA a safa and suro romedy for For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. Infants end children, and see tbtt It wflstfYillMl Incrravrnar eommrelal fertlllter to per BSB remedy for Grlpp and Cold- - Is The best eras, lit I'ata.a for Oabtce. 1 pr fnt tor Bw M W JrA tmMrlH I 9jET (talons. Two 11. Hicks' Capudlne. Itellrves the arhlnir and wbi'fJmfllnmfI'.ia.a toe.err1 100erIba. tt "SSW JSXOj?-- . ocbU fartiltsar Increa tha total fevorUhnesi. t'urtu the JymIi' Liquid-Effe- cts Fa4fo(Uterataiaboitsoll.eiopa,saMia Sk Immediately 10, lo. It's fartillsers omiUa4 by eip.ru. alalled Ml pW ti and fcOo at Drue Blurt. Id Use For Over HO Years. t(Mtl1 I'll ROUS, allisti. ta, l!!4 Casiti tsff. Ml" Tha Kind You Have Always Dough It's bard for somo accountants to get their balauco 'foro quitting work, Willing to Try. but a darned sldo harder regaining She Do you think It would take you long to lenrn to love a girl? their equilibrium 'foro starting. He I don't know. How long have Lame back and Lumbnpo male a young you got? Yonkers Statesman. man feel old, Hamlin. Wizard Oil makes an old man feel )uunp. Absolutely nothing like it for the relief if all pain. a week's HUNT'S CURE d, fw I i j5 TULANE lr fear sWasJusi aO WiKfl Starch 36-1- 90, Foot-Hos- e, cat-In- l&a5 (gSf Cabbage ml&Oli and Onions JbSf JSgSml Potash Pays coll-!endn- t WdjjiM Jy MrtrfrH. ixjjJMssW fmWBM SB r7 hi ... L?r '1 Undertakers also como under the head of scientific boxers. 1'KlllIV II AVIV 1'AlMt II.I.lMt f bjr lutvinii itil tamoa-r-iuivunit-on fond. 11 1 u Urwud.ll utrffujinl lie X btic buiu-- a. 4alu.tcuUe,illikfitira, cnup Afevuntfufu-eurU- Color more poods brloMtr and fatter colors than am other iff. One lOeoscksiis colors sllrlbsrs. The dra la cold wrier better than any other die. YeuCanrK) ani sarment aiinsui imping aguu nine lor ires seguer Hos to Ore. Bleach and Mil Colors. MOMROE DRUB OO , Qulnoy, llllnolm. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES peley Ror WHISKEY 1 lire and DRUG 702 Park Avenue. HOT SPRINGS, ARK. A 1 re-en- Fume may como to a man suddenly and go Just as quickly. Ttcnly Genulno Kbelxv iNSTmnnt in Arkansaa. Our Idea of a wise man Is ono who never argues with a woman. And occasionally a man throws off troublo by putting on a bold front. Sir. Wlns1nws ftootnlnir Syrup, for cblldna teethma. softens lbs guru, redaeca b SsmmaUoa.aUaysraIa,ounaui4cuUu. WcsbotUs. It Is tho after effect of experience that counts. USING courso of Hot Springs Baths given each patient. Write for Information. Correspondence Confidential. " M- 'u Booauao of Uto ugly, grluly, gray halra. Us "LA ORBOLK" HAIR RESTORBR.n PRICE, l.oo, retail. Jkc It May Be Pneumonia "A hard chill, pain through the chest, difficult breathing. If this should Then fever, with great prostration." be your experience, send for your doctor. You may have pneumonia! If your doctor cannot come at once, give Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. When he comes, tell him exactly what you have done. Then do as he says. No alcohol in this cough medicine. J C oiner Co., LowellMau. Keep the bowels In good condition. One of Ayer' Tills at bedtime will cause an Increased flow of bile, and produce a gentle laxative effect the day following. BOBBIE'S PA B LITTLE WILLIAM F. KIRK Sprinkling Rates For 1909 The sprinkling rate for the season, beXT ginning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1909, in residence section, is 50 foot front and under . . . 8c for each additional foot. $6 $6 Business house rate, each door This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle Thero whs trubbel up to our houso taut ntte nbout it piano, the piano was In tho lint right oarer our flat, ft the tail jr wait nit thn time playing. When Pa calm lioam eh hail a he J aVe, A hla fyes looked hravy. Poor deer, sed Ma. Foor darling boy. How hard you do work. Ma sod, & how row thoughts I glvo to yure allcnt hours of faithful endevver dowa In that horrid offla. I called you up when I was feeling sorry for you, & thay tied you had Just went out, but that you would bo rite back My poor dnrllnR, sed ma, you must take a long vacashun sum of these days. It must be terrlbul strain on you, this con stant thought. Pa looked at Ma kind of funny. Pa Isont used to heerlng Ma talk that way A he kep looking nt her. Do you meen ItT sod Pa, finally. Of course I mecn It sod Ma. Deer knight wlch calm & took me off to this enchnnted palnce, yuro welfare Is ewer first In my thought Por you I have lived. Ma sod, ft for you shall illo. Uless yure deer tired eyes, sed Ma. I wish that terrlbul pi. no up stares wud stop pounding away, & giro you a cbnnst to rest. I knew wen that young hussy moved In thnt we wud have no peace or to-la- Believing that tho people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the Citizens National Insurance Company Believing that they WANT such a company; believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stock we will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date. The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday, July 26; and below are the amounts of subscriptions for each week; life rest. Hickman lee & Coal Co. IXC'OltrOllATK!) SINCE THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT has vaults (or the storing of money, an absolutely safe place for keeping it, why do the officials deposit this money in various banks over the country? Because they realize that the keepingbf money circulation means a larger degree of general prosperity and is an actual necessity in the upbuilding of the country. Idle money deposited in banks becomes working capital. The keeping of your money in circulation, without spending it, is well worth your consideration, yet it is only one of the many reasons why you should have an account with -- THE- HICKMAN BANK OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY, Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00 COAL! GOAL! I, Now is the time to lay in your winter's supply of COAL. Don't wait until the cold wave flag reminds you of your negligence. We QuotB Summer Prices Effective ;til Sept, $4.75 Bon Air Lump Coal . . . $4.25 Tradewater Lump Coal $3.75 . (Per Ton of Pittsburg Lump Coal 2,000 Pounds) Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam and Anthracite Coal, upon application. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED, wSSSSRmsSum PREMIUMS 6 BIG 8&.8t $30,000.Nailello and His Show and Hippodrome Daily Races Horse IN THE SHOW OF SHOWS Band, Free Attractions LOW BAILROAD Fire Works J. 25-G- reat Side Shows 25 RATES W. NEWMAN. Secretary, Loulivillr. Sy. Is she a young hussy? risked Pa. She Is, sed Ma. Vary young? Pa asked. Well, sed Ma. she la passed tho broiler ngc, but sho sUll retains trnces of her girlish buty. Why do you askT Ma sod. Newer mind, sed Pa. I am going up stares to Interrogalt her nbout why sho leeves herself play the plany at alt hours of the ntte. I wuddent calr so much, sed Ta, If she played thn old classlck peeces, like Mxst'a s or Imo afrads to go boarn In Twilight, but It she Is disturbing my luvlng wlfo, I want to know It The worst thing that ah plays, sed Ma, which gits on my nerves. Is I Love you as I Newer Loved Deefoar. I ain't vary keen for that kind of rapsody, sed Ma, ft I wish she wud cut It out Did she sing that awful ballad? sed Pa. That old chestnut? e Walt till I go up stares ft her about tt In the first plals. Pa sed, tt Is not good lyrlck. That stuff about Since first I met yo on the vlllago green la a rank app-eto tho mushy side of the hart ft brane. Pa sed, ft that line Cum to me luv, or I.uv's sweet dream ts car, Pa sed, la all to the bush league. Then Pa went up stares ft wen he was gone Ma kep on talking to me about the young lady wlch waa up stares ft how foolish she was. I bet yure father will cell her down good ft hard sed Ma, good ft Plenty. That Is one (1) thing about yurs father, sed Ma, wlch I have to respclc He certainly will not stannd for aaybedy wlch banns my peace of mind. Tou see. Bobble, sed Ma. I often e your father wen he have to ts a llttel bit wild, but he has a kind ft honest hart wlch beeta under nesth his vest ft he la always trying to do tho beat he can for you ft me. He la a awful rounder, I wilt admit sed Ma IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON. ft he often throws bis sense of Duty to the winds, ft be warns the salm collar two (2) days wen he cud git HICKMAN COURIER, Hickman, Ky. a new one (1) for the price of a sin W. H. GREGORY, gel but otherwise he Is all Louisville, Kt. rite. Ma sed, ft you ft me ought to Please send me full Informotlon at to the Citizens National Life lur him vary much. He will be back down stares In a mlnnlt. Ma sed, afInsurance Company. ter having called that piano playing NAME lady down, ft then we will both tell him how good bo Is to us. Who li ADDRESS that singing? sed Ma, all of a sudd log. It was Pa's voice. This Is what be was singing: Tinwnro and stove fixtures at Hot THE PESSIMIST'S JOURNAL. I lur you as I newer luved tersworth & Prathor. Since first I met you on the vlllago Tho girl you think most of Is tho green. Klrl you should havo aunt a prusutit v Cum to me onst aggen or all la oer. iv but forgot. I luv you as I luved you wen we waa to tiial vlgltancu used to bo tho (1C). aweet price of liberty, but nowadays every, Then Ma rapped hard onn the ateem pipe thing Is going up. Pa calm rite down stares. DrUffStO Cnwe-ill'- s Ma Is going up to see the young lady When you say ho has" an uncurWwneL wara and Iked piano player Herself, to morrow mor tain tempur, you mean ho has a curIng. yo" hrea ever-war- t. tain temper. iced a where you may get u. A great many women bollovo every-thinMte. TkaJ feeHaf (tweak, Drug tvanu Rare Tabltt Uneaiihsd. any hour a man says and suspects everyess mt Uredaess will aat A rare tablet telling of blstory'i thing bo does. dawn, and said to Indicate rlvlllra leave yen ef kseli. Take .naiiy n woman with a volco like n tlon older than that of 'gypt, haa Just Can! si, thai elfedualremedy liu'l noon makes you wish tho clapper been unearthed from Cbaldea. It la MrthcallBKits and weak. I held by no less an authority than been omitted. el waaei. Theasaads '1 Prof. Frloderlch de Lltzsch, tho fa Why Is It that tho woman who Is 9t wmki have tried Cardul raous Qerman Aasyrtologtst to belong always giving somebody a pleco of (Incaporated) aad write eilkula&tlcally J 10 we oldest, niorogiypblc period, and her mind never exhausts tho roast? Ksfreatieaettta Ihca. is iaicen as an indication that ChalSumo men are proud because they dean civilization may have prsceded A!"' mado a 1111 me, and some because they SHIPS OF THE tho earliest Egyotlan. On th ! have married 0110. are a number of plctographs, wrtOags Tho woman who removes her hat or mean or pictures. A celebrated lt s evidence Is c: n. student of Assyrlology, Father V. a. tho thoatru Is not tho 0110 with a ln aviation ) within it fow Nlel, declares that It Is oae or the .y scant supply of hnlr. lll th' rarest rinds In recent years, and Did Itlp Van Winkle really moot ships over 4 1TC opens up a much mooted question con tho gnomes or had his wlfo told common J cernlng tho earliest civilization of lit HIT!' him alio would bo down In a mlnutoT Thn ri.cn .I..-A man. Several millenniums must bare letter Ire Mrs. Tho secret that a woman wants elapsed before the plctograph gradClaries Bragg, Sweelser, ht till' U! P most to know Is tho 0110 that when ually developed Into the cuneiform or being madt , says iMgite eai. wedge shaped, arrow headed charac known would bo suro to break her ' ,r-tlon of those sti . ters. Mt fell MWMKM T8W 1W1. heart. O 0 Make a girl bollovo that you nro Wae has date far ate. Be ut NOTICE TO dragon; then; make her bollovo ferelbegaa taklsf Cardall sho has charmed tho dragon Into mind tho pare!.' ct -s ' rf s year 1909 are for tho CMMwadsadaysvverk. I liarmlessnoss, ami Jn ono day more al. aOTllMtl now open; and as this Is my last weald werk awhtl lt sho wilt marry you. . yoar In office, I dcslro to havo all orwrcu (rtr beat over town. I skall always . a. i.iS arnCKMi taxes paid PROMPTLY In order that O .. MinlT pratfcw year awdkke." my books may bo balanced. You will pupils of Havo you a frlond In sorao othor tho the find myself or Deputy Goaldcr Jobu-so- n Try Cardat. t Far town who Is not taking tho CourlorT school law give same op at tho City National Dank, at ral district tho Qlvo us tholr namo so that we can every acre. tuition to MP no Fulton, or at my offlco In Hickman. sond thorn a sample copy, or hotter city pupils-E41 Please make payments promptly, still, you call and sond it to your wbi' 1 J. T. SEAT, 8. P. 0. friend for a while. ThlrstyT W0 U Hap-soda- $106 FIRST WEEK, AUGUST 2 SECOND WEEK, AUGUST 9 $200,240.00 $345,000.0 , ' THIRD WEEK, AUGUST 16 reo-buk- FOURTH WEEK, AUGUST 23 $469,460.00 $6ol,7oo.oo FIFTH WEEK, AUG. 30 TOTAL SIXTH WEEK, SEPT. 6 ree-buk- $738,220.00 1 . bee-foa- r. Blx-tee- uiiu them ".' Tired Women g dAy 0R119B km meat ' w. j Tax-book- t- ud the V J- uk