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TV A BtUK MAKE MSXK tlMkt IMM to res TBW li ftr tMp jj trtrEit Aff Pull the Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success, The Courier has a Spankin' Deed Team, Bread the Axles of Your Wagon, Did Man, and Ltt'a HHek Up au. ...mir 111 Th webtem iektooet HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1910. EITAILISIEB mi le.aaiH TIE TBAI III m KJ KM .b.tMrWord 1Mb in au"""' iwr Wnk . . rTTTTffT?T7HTT77TTH5TT!? "Fire" Kennedy. flood milk cow. gAU RENT ltp HP 0. iniura nee worth A Kennedy. Ilottora- - Cow Ono with young calf, Ueat ftour on the markot. 1'ratlier. furnished room REO the beat aummar drink made. Hula Salmon. Cowglll'a Drug Store. SALE To good milk Cow W. A. Carnontcr la horn llila nnoV , ... 470 ! W. Ware. from Troauvant, Tcnn. cow, stock silt Vrt-t- L. C. Maddox Your partlea are not complete un. a tsrk mules. eit REO la lerved. Cowglll'a. i Ilulte'a ..xcellenco and Autumn ftl II 1. B.1J uMua l.n Iam fim f beat flour mado Trarla. prlcti. AdarM uieamaa ,omu t Mr. An Early Sale of Spring Tailored Suits . . 'THE suits are all this Spring s styles, including tropical . a In-a- s Mlaa Itutli lunar, nf Union Pltv hn been vlaltlng Mra. VA Townaend. 8,; J - Ilucklngham or REO continue! to be the beat bev erage on the market. Cowglll'a. l'ly mouth Wok iVLK Call at tho Hickman Furniture Co. .....White-, a V UrfVin. IfMlUUft for anything you want In furnlluro. autre. it., it 3. A now dtfnk a different drink .So. 2 Smith rroHiiur 3ALK M wut tMll It ..tl-.r- ll "Dr. l'uppor" at Helm ft ICIIIaon'a. 1. 1) Owens, at telephone of. Mra. Btcve Htahr and Mra lfnrrv Threlknld were lu Union City Friday. place Dr. Davo Maddor. of Torrll. MX Mr homoMfisvit runt on .. nl waa hero laat week vlaltlng L unitiu friend. U reae sable. ApWill The Kodak aeaion ,1a hero. A bis C Keluey. 2tc line at from II up. Helm ft Elllaon. residence lit.K N'rr all Cha. Stenliein nxrlvr.l WilA la Eaat Hickman; inHroeuicui kuuu aiauiu day from Memphla to mcnd tho week. itc !KN will buy It, Mlaa Mary I'olhnmun. of Dorona. apent a few day hero laat week with lu toud reasons lor selling frlenda. icuritr oiiicv, SALE Iirood kiwi una jug I- " . LLII worsted, Panamas, plain and fancy worsteds,. serges, etc., all beautifully tailored and stylishly trimmed. You do not often have such a chance so early in the season, and right at the time when you most need a Spring , suit: ;and if you want one, at a big saving in price, you'll V have to come early before the sizes are broken. Suits worth from 20.00 to 22.50 Suits worth from Suits worth from i 1 . . $15.08 13;98 11.98 . Ti-nn- .. VT 7.50 to 8.50 1 1 .., 5.00 to 6.50 - ' Suits worth from 10.00 to 12.50 9.98 SALE, Mlaa Kalelle Harner vlalted Mlaa sear May llolley at Jordan, a few dav urousd md laat week. Dca't pa rent. 8m ua. It A dainty deatcrt Juat after a quar- rol la Jacob Candy all ilze boxca. OR MISLAID. Toiler No. 210- -- Harri. l'ktiti Nice residence Lf gj We are showing some very attractive styles in Lingerie, one ready made and save time and worry of making. - W Curlln. HiMiTH Tho finder will iMiMrT Hulto'a Excellence flour la poalUro- ly . guaranteed by ua. IJetteraworth rviurn bu r & Wu ri va made iittiiif niaa -a in hihi. ft Trather. for, the Mlaa Mary Dcrendca returned Sun ar..r.A day from a week' rlalt to relatlrca In Chicago. i m sun ncan Manl of Grrat llritaln named auto- ; to bit ton nud heir, l'rluce Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stephens left w Wau-i- , ikjw V. Sunday morning on a vlalt to frlenda otflclal act waa to dispatch In Tunica and Shaw, Miss. Mayor tint amiouticomont The Courier' "Want Column" la sure to find you a buyer. Costa lc waa proclnlmud Kins for each word. Try Cn-rc-s VU. died from pneu- II i '. .a 11.. -- U Roy Clark nndd wlfo anont a few PiUce and ut the satae ino-- day laat week with Mr, llurrua Ilraa- field, at State I J no. Don't throw that caat plow point away tako it to Clay ft Caldwell and hare It ground. New Summer Mtlttnety Shapes Assortments and Styles to please the most exacting. You will not Ladies and Children's Oxfords Made by E. P. Reed & Co. of Rochester, N. Y. and it , waa boru Novcmbur it Uutkiiigliam l'alaco. ifi tho tbronu January 22, Mlaa Itulli Klmbr'o spent n few days with Mlaa Ixittlo Under laat week, near Shuck Switch. Mlaa Kan tile Ingram, of near Onk ton. spent several days last week Samuels. with Mrs. Clart-urtn uiy Neighbor and children Mr. N. K. ro turned Saturday from a three weeks 'lut.afic iportiman. vlalt to Mempbla friends and relatives la jroufll Since tho Carncglo Library has vt t; low tho average height been opened on Sunday afternoon, tho tuii piaco la becoming quitu n popular Of tac'ful aa man and mou- - lind Roberts, Johnson '& Rand Shoe Co. "STAR BRAND" We do not think better oxfords are made than those manufactured by the above two firms. find here a picked-ove- run-dow- n, stock as at most millinery stores when the season gets a little advanced. r tA Mrs. James Snow died Friday ev ' ' rttU ening at thu home of her parents. ..!- -. I .1. f 1... I a.u urwaimcu HI Mr. and Mra. Chnrles 1'arkcr, near -- tf reiico hla rank.. due.... Fulton. . V. We show all through the season a bright, attractive, fresh stock, from which it is easy to make a selection. They possess style, comfort and wear, all essentials of e. shoe, and too the prices are always a first-class rcas-onabl- A nicotine of tho Diersburg ltoad called for Monday n Irllininlinnt tnlir nf Telephone Co. morning at 9 o'clock at Urownsviiio. niaiea and Canada. a deapalred of beforo ho Uo there. Mdk In 1871 and again In Mrs. M. Amberg and daughter. Miss I.tzzle, loft Saturday evening by boat . M rHtlVl-to spend a week with relative at tDadu 1 Prices reasonable enough to suit everyone You can bring the whole family here and we can suit them all. ... V riptouvillo. nn v.. t . UVVIUI . HIIVI .. it... -- ARlrrli.n traveler uunru a mnrKcu ... preier Tho bill providing for raising tho battleship Maine, sunk In Havana harbor twelve years ago has passed both house of Cungres. baby daughter of The. Stovo Cronley. of near Walnut Log. died Monday morning, and was buried d SMITH & AMBERG WHERE WAS JOHN 7 at llogers burying ground, iueuny. GETTING READY. MR PI APP TH DIIT IllikV UfH CV Tliren morn lots wero sold In tho lVind Addition last week. The mir- chasers aro J. K. Frost, wno uougni a houso nud lot; Oacnr Salmon ono lot ami It. II. Dennett ono lot. Wu understand Mr. Salmon will build at oucu. Carmody, of Mount Sterling, who has been hero several months nsslsliiiK in taking inventory at tho Mmiettl iilunta. left Ruturdny night for South America to work for a and assist lu mechanical engi Ue8t for Homes the ornwincr rA e( O" him wasv va I a rtta n. 1A. wlc on easy terms. iui i cm, wu- ...ijr ITInn 11 J. 1. rull-roa- d A Sun Francisco woman whoso hus band had been dead hoiuu year went to a medium, produced thu spirit of her dead husband. "My dear John," said tho widow to tho spirit, "aro you hnppy now7" "I am very happy," John replied. "Happier than you wero on earth with uu7" sho asked. MYe," wn the answer, " am fur happier now than 1 was nu earth with you." "TVmiu me, John, what It it like lu neering there. uuca noi wan ! passes by. HO trr ivmnr W E. KENNEDY t Tin. Tuir npnr Y. Keeler owned by thu Mungel llox Co., and run by Capt. U'O Campbell, wilPbo known liereulter uy tne nume oi mo aimi-gTug. This tug was Inspected tho unit W.I..I- iiv Punt W. J. Hodxa and font iiunrv P Waltz. Govomment inspector, and paper procured to change nor name aim uur iwi iu .,i,n.,T..,i from 'niri to Louisville. - ueavent" "Heaven!" said John. henven." Llpplncotls. . "I'm not lu O J M. Tankersley. Justice of tho peace of Jame llayou Township, was transacting business In Charleston Monday. Ho say that the growing crops look well lu his section ami that very little of he fruit was killed by the recent cold spell. Com o.o ulll ho. retained at this brunch that was planted and un was injured to be used iu their log trade a here and much of it wouiu nave to ue re planted. Charleston Courier. tofore, 1 From tho sporting pago of the, Nashville Uanner, wo clip tho following: Foster am out announcing a fchoot at Hickman, Ky uiulor tho auspices of tho Hickman Gun Juno 13,14 aiid 15. The shoot Club, will bo held tho week beforo tho Grand American Handicap at Chlcugo and will afford good practice to thoao going to thu Handicap. There will b IC00 to 1.000 added knouey. Tho first day In fact ull of tho three will bo practice shooting only. An added tea turo will bo an exhibition of fancy rifle shooting by Mr. Ad Topper wein Tho ladies of that llttlo city will servo lunch on tho grounds, a usual. Side features will be gasoline boat tides ou the' river, auto drive, and u trip to lluelfoot Lake, S. L. Dodds, winner of tho last Southern Handicap at Nashville, 1 the president of tho Hickman Club, Sid is a good sport, and win always, be found "ou the Job" of trying to make everybody have a good time. A negro lawyer ot St. Louis, was lu Cairo last week aud says he has The following were granted ll euae information that the negro James who to marry in Obion county last week: was lynched In that city several months ago, has a child living. If bluy Jackson and Minnlo Fields. thts la true the child can obtain damZ, T. Tolson and Ida M. .filler. ages for the violent death of IU fathEarl Holllns aud Llllluu Moss. er, and this In what tbe negro lawyer N. A. Colthorp aud Laura Russell. buys he lutends to do, la to bring MARRIAGE LICENSE. t Joe Holt and Vera llrack. suit against Cairo tor $5,000 for tho W. M. Albright and N. 11. Grain. dentil ot James. J. 1). Muao and May Nepp. Alonzo McAllister aud Oracle Lock, R. R. Powers and HuulaU Uunn. J. D. Hamilton, who Is engaged lu Dell Durge nud Lllllo Watson. tho flshiug Industry at lloelfoot Lake, stales that he caught one day a few' week ago 4,283 pounds In one day Stauding beforo his dresser after aud sold the fish to Mr. Uurdlck at coming home rather late from the Union Cltv for S6.S8. club, he picked up his hair brush when he reached for hla hand mirror. Ho held It before hla face for a moMra. Emma Stephens aud Mr. J. 11. ment and then said to himself: IVck left yesterday for Uardwell to "Orea Scott, old man, you ueed a attend the 0. W. 11. M. and lllble shavel" Everybody's Magazine, School convention. Thuv im ilul... gate sent by thu Christian church ot iui city. A total eclipse of the moon will May beglunlug ou the ev188 acre farm to sail Kennedy, ening of the 33rd. 33-2- THE HICKMAN MCarin WtiOra Kantwkr COURIER L Hit ROOSEVELT, GIVES W. r O. BPEKR and J. 0. BKXTOHy Editors and Proprietor. , NOBEL LECTURE ONE DOLLAR PJER YEAR CASH IX ADVANC. As Recipient of Pcaca Prize He Talks In Christianla. ENDING Of WARS HIS TOPIC Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, mall matter. yevtotflca m iscond-clas- s ATTACKS WICKERSHAM NORTH CAROLINA SENATOR COTTON POLL SUIT. I CRIT-ICISES Trestles of Arbitration, Development of Hague Tribunal and Check on Growth of Armaments Urged by the Christianla. Col. Theodore Roosevelt, fermcr president of the United States, lectured on "International Fence" Thursday, May 5, bofora tho Nobel prlxo committee which award-c- d him tho pence prlta for his successful efforts In ending tho war between Russia and Japan. Tho great hall whero the lecturo was delivered wan filled to tho doors, many distinguished persons being In tho audience, and "Colonel Robsevilf words wow His lecture folheartily applauded. lows: Need of Industrial Peace. Sayi the Department of Justlee la Utv dertalng Only Partial Prosecution. Washington. Senator Simmons of North Carolina, In tho senato Wednes-ilnattacked tho method of tho de? partmont of Justice In tho matter of Its prosecution of the cotton pool. Ho did not complain because of tho suits, but spiny with peculiar pleasure that I stand hero today to express the deep appreciation I feel of tho high honor conferred upon 'me by tho presentation of the Nobel peace prlxe. Tho gold medal which formed part of tho prlxo-shall always, keep, and I shall hand It on tb my children as a precious heirloom. The sum of money provided as. part of the prlxe by tho wise gem erostty of the Illustrious founder of prlxo system. I did this not, under the- peculiar circumstances of tho case, feel at liberty to keep. I think It .eminently Just and proper that In most cases the recipient of the prlxo should kep for his own use the prize In Its entirety. But In this case, while I did not act officially as president of the United States, It was nevertheless only because I was "president that I was cnabledto act at all; and I felt that thd'money mutt bo considered as having been glvon me In trust for the United States? I therefore used It as a'nueleus for a founds' tlon to forward the cause of Industrial peace, as being well within the general purpose of your committee; 'for In our complex Industrial clvlllza- tlon of today tho pcaco of righteousness and Justice, the only kind of pcaco worth havtngi is at least as necessary In the industrial world as There Is at It Is among nation least as much 'aeW'to curb the cruel METHODISTS IN CONFERENCE greed and nrregaa of. part of tho world of capital, tp curbtbe cruel Indications Are That Bishop, Hoc Wll' greed and violence of" part of the world of labor, as to check a cruel Win Vanderbllt Contest. Asheville. N. C Unless tbo unfore- and unhealthy militarism in lateralseen 'happens. Bishop Hoes will win tlonal relationships. v'll. Be the Vanderbllt University controversy When' PeacV-Mawith ease. On the first test vote on We must ever bear In mind that tbo the general conference of the M. E. great end In view Is righteousness. Church,. South, his stropgtiwas so ap- Justice as between man and man, na parent that his opponents were non- tion and nation, the chance ta ,lad plused. They were rudely shocked our lives on a somewhat higher level. later when their leader,. Bishop E. H. with a fcroader spirit of brotherly good Hcndrlx of Kansas City, who1 Was" pres- wll) one for another. Peace Is genident of the university, read (;om the erally good In Itself, but it Is never episcopal address a'statemcnet which the highest godd unless It comes as the college of bishops directed Bishop the handmaid of righteousness: and It Hoss to prepare after having rojected becomes aery evil thing Jf serves it all that IUahop Hendrlx, had written merely as a mask for cowardice and' on the same" fjuestlori! TCfiaa been sloth; or-a- s an instrument to further over the 'conference Jloor thai tbo ends of despotism or anarchy. the" college of bishops,-ba 'vote of 'six Wo despise abhor the bully, the to one,.had Indorsed Bishop Hoss' po- brawler, the and oppressor, whether In sition and that ho had prepared the private or public llfo; but we despise message of the" bfshoiw oh b&i 'issue, no the voluptuso when tho unusual spectacle was ary. less the coward andcalling a man No man is worth presented of a distinguished church, will not fight rather than submit leader, reading a dcllvrrance that dIJ who tb infamy' or see those that are dear, not chime In with his own well known to him suffer 'wrong. No nation deattltue, the delegates were almost" serves to exist If it permits itself to "knocked off their scats. Such a relose the stern and virile virtues; and markable affair was never before without regard to whether the In a Methodist general confer- this is due to the growth of a heartloss ence. commercialism, -less and Our Vanderbllt,! read Bishop . to prolonged Indulgenco In luxury and in rather tired voice. Instantly deificaeverything silenced until ono could al- soft effortless, ease,, or to the sentition of a warped and twisted most hear the delegates listen. "We call It ours because It Is ours In mentality. Moreover, and above all, let us relaw and morals," ho read on. And member that words count only when with the end of the sentence broke out to deeds or aro a round of applause that was not to be they give expression them. The leadto be translated Into misunderstood. ers of the Red Terror prattled of peace while they steeped their bands ROCKEFELLER STORY DENIED In the blood of the innocent: and many a tyrant has called" It peace Starr J. Murphy Declares Standard Oil when be has scourged honest protest into silence.- Our words must be President Has Not Abandoned Judged by our deeds; and In striving Foundation Plans. for a lofty ideal1 we must use pracNow York. A press dispatch from tical methods; and If we cannot atWashington nnnounccd that John D. tain all at one leap, we must advance Rockefeller had abandoned tbo. idea of towards It st"p by step, reasonably securing a national charter for his prc content so long as wo do actually posed fqundatioa. Starr J, .Murphy, make some progress In (be right dipersonal counsel for Mr. Ilockcfcllcr. rection. and speaking for tho Standard OH Now, having freely admitted the president, said tho statement was en- limitations to our work, and the qualtirely without foundation. Mr. Mur-j)h- ifications to be borne in talnd, I feel also said that Mr. Rockefeller had that 1 have the right to have my nothing to do with tho "Economic and words taken seriously when I point General Foundation," for which a char- out whero. In my Judgment, great adter la being Bought from tho New York vance can bo made In tho cause of Inlegislature for "an aged man of ternational peace. I speak as a prac wealth," said to have $2,500,000 tr tical man, and whatever 1 now, advo pend on charity. cate I actually tried to do when I was for tho time being the head of. a great Schoolboys Go Eight Rounds. nation, and keonly Jealous of lis honSan Maoto, Cal. Stripped to the or and Interest. I ask other nations waist and using bare fists r David Cald- to do only what I should bo glad to well and Otto George, two fres'ilmc see my own nation do. of the Igcal high sochool, fought an Y Treaties of Arbitration, round battle in the basement of tho Tbo advance can be ntade along school, Caldwell finally winning by a several lines, First of all there can knockout. Th boys are said to bo be treaties of arbitration. There- are, rival la love, and a bitter feud be- of course, states so backward that a tween I hew resulted la the encounter. civilized community ought not to enThe, blow that lost George tho. fight ter into an arbitration treaty with rendered him unconscious, and It is re- them, at least until we have gone ported it was long after the referee much further than at present In sefats) "tea" before be counted l curing fcoaue kind of International police action. But all rwilly olvlllwd becauso the cotton producers and ners hnd becn'lnvplvo'd la, Jbe, matter. Complaining of partiality In tho enforcement of the Sherman, nntl-trulaw, Mr. Simmons declared, that. In planning to prosccuto the bulls and not tho bears, the department had undertaken' only n partial prosecution, ilo said, tho proceeding amounted to a usurpation of authority. . .Mr. Slmomns raada bitter complaint' against a courso which bo said had bad the effect'of placing the real cotton men In the light of speculators when their efforts had been In exactly the opposite direction. 'lf the cotton spinners of the counIn tho same lino, try will which the cotton spinners of tho South arc pursuing, all the exchanges of tho country will be on a spot basis Instead of a paper basis," he said. Ilo contended that contracts for future sales of cotton should bo for a real and not a sham delivery. 'The attorney general's attitude the price of cotton waB sharply criticised. He said Ahat official had attacked prices not because of tho' pool, but because ho considered them a national evil. "He had the whole? matter wrong; prlcei,aro not abnormally high," said Mr.'SImmons. "They certainly are not above, , tho Iee of .prices, fixed by the tariff and ln'tfie Interest ofTtionopolyV He declared there had been no protest from the attorney general when the bears bad squeezed $15 oit-ohe price of cotton. rd f It Is wqrld-tamau- a ' d wit-ness- Hon-drlx- ' - y - communities sheuH hare effective m themselves. bltrattott treaties iwm I believe that "these treaties can cover almost all question ItaMe.to arise between $tteh nation, If thiy are1 drawn Jvlta th explleftj sgreeweflt ihst each contracting party will respect the other's territory and absolute sovereignty within that territory, and the equally xpMelt agreement tht (aside from the very rare eases where the nation's honor Is vitally concerned) all other possible subjects of controversy will be submitted to arbitration. Such a treaty should Insure pence until one party deliberately violated it. Of course, as yet thero Is no adequate safeguard against such .deliberate violation, but the establishment of a sufficient number of these treaties would go n long way towards creating a world opinion which would finally1 find expression In the provision of methods to forbid or punish any such violation. Work of Hague Tribunal. Secondly, there Is the further de velopment of The Hsguo tribunal, of the work of the conferences and courts at The Hague, It has been well said that the first lingua conference framed a Magna Charta for tho nations; It set boforo us an Ideal which has already to some extent been real lxed. and towards the full realization of whlrh wo can all steadily strive. Tho second conference made further progress; the third should do yet moro. Meanwhile tho American gov. ernmcnt has more than onco tentatively suggested methods for completing tho court of arbitral Juttlee. constituted at the second Hsgue conference, and for rendering It effect Ire. It Is earnestly to be hoped that the various governments of Kurep working with thoso of Ameriea and of Asia, shall set themselves seriously to tho task of devising some method which shall accomplish this result. If I may venture the suggestion, It would bo well for the statesmen of the world, la planning for the erection of this world court, to study what has been done In tho United States by the Supreme court. I cannot help thinking that the Constitution of the United States, notably In the establishment of the Supremo court and In the methods adopted for securing peace and good relations, emeeg and between the different states; offers cer tain valuable analogies to what should be strives' for In order to secure. throughiThe llArue courts and conferences, a species of world federation for International peace and Justice. There are, of course, fundamental dlf- the United fercaeea- - between whs States Constitution dees am! what we should ever attempt at this time to secure at" The Hagiief but the meth ods adopted in the Amerieaa Constitu tion to preywChoitllltles between the states, and 'to secure the supremacy of tho federal court In certain chutes of cases, jarowell worth Om study of loose w no sees si mo jiaspie 10 n the same result on a world seals. ' Undu Growth of Armament.- 'In taehtrd'ptace, something tJwuM be done .astsoon as possible to aheck ttfe growth of armaments, especially nival armaments, by International agreement. No one power could or should act by itself; for it Is eminently undesirable, from the standpoint of the peace of righteousness, that a power which really does believe la peace should place Itself at the mercy of some rival which may at bottom have no such belief and no intention of acting on It! Out, granted sin cerity of purpose, the great powers of the world should And no Insurmountable difficulty In reaching an agree ment which would put an end to the present costly" and, growing extravagance of expenditure on naval armaments. An agreement merely to limit the slid of the ships would have been very useful a few years ago, and would still bo of use; but tho agreement should go much further. Finally, It would bo a master stroke It those great powers honestly bent en peace would form a league of peace, not only to keep tho peace among themselves, but to prevent, by force if necessary, its being broken by others, Tho supreme difficulty In connection with developing the peace work of The Haguo arises from the ack of any executive power, of any police power to enforco the decree of the court In any community of any size the authority of the courts rests upon uetual or potential foree; on the existence of a police, or on the knowledge that the men of the country are both ready and willing to see that the decrees of Judicial and legislative bodies nre put Into effect. In new and wild communities where there is violence, an honest man must protect himself; and until other means of se curing bis safety aro devised, it Is both foolish and wicked to persuade hi in to surrender bis arms while the men who are dangerous to the community retain theirs. He should not renounce the right to protect himself by his own efforts unlit the community Is so organlxed that It can effectively relievo, the Individual of the duty of putting down violence. So It Each nation mutt Is with nations. keep well prepared to defend Itself until the establishment of some form of International police power, competent and willing to prevent violence as between nations. As things aro now, peace such power to command throughout the world could best be assured by some combination between those great nations which sincerely deslro peace aud have no thought themselves of committing agg;eestons. Tho combination might at first be only to secure, peace within certain deflalU limits and certain definite conditions; but tbo yuler or statesman who should bring about such a combination would have earned bis place In history foi bis title to the graUtudf all tlme-awof alt msuklBd. oo-taiable-bodied HOW THE FIRST STRAW HAT WEARER MUST FEEL I II ITT An A AUVISH 1TTt.. OPERATI Ctt forth w vmuii; LOmnnmvl March I U1, 'A M wirre was " In a slmrttlmV".1?' rl " viiurn iav. I n J UIUII1I' e lIN in I Galena,, Kan.-- ., l. 17 r FMf 4rrn.fli.., M without fnoof tit ttM. .11. FIGHT RAILROAD BILL ROOSEVELT IN DENMARK a tumor rnuini 60 ONE OF w operation LJl I ROADS PROHIBITED OWNING PER CENT. OF ANOTHER. HAQEN TENDERED THE PALACES AT COPEN. HIM, i House Adepts Section Barrlnjj Higher At Reception Tendered by American Chsrge far Short Haul Than Long Minister He Meets All the PromiOne. nent Peeple of Denmark. uui uuo it ami L IL w..a?rd HfUY, 713 tout, i ivin. Kans. itmcril Ate, Ci Washington. Tho dismantling of the administration railroad bill pro ceeded lu both bouses of congreta Tuesdsy. Section 7 the traffic agreement provision was eliminated by both senate and house; the senate struck out also section II, which would have permit ted any railroad owning CO per cent of another road to absorb It altogether. The section prohibiting a railroad to charge a higher rate for a short than for a long haul was adopted by the house la the form reported by the committee a Interstate commerce. There Is no aectioa corresponding to this In tho bill as It Is ponding In the soaate. Strictly speaking, eaoh house wss boring holes la a separate bill too senate In tho hill Introduced by Senator ftlktas; the house la the bill Introduced by Representative Townsend but the bill at the outset were Iden tical, though they wero made dlurrent in various respects by tho committees which reported them. Whether either will emerge from the final stage of Jotat conference Is a thing nobody Is prepared Just new to prophesy. Immediately after the bill was taken up la the seaate, Mr. Mklns, la charge of tho bill, proposed to lay on the table the Cummins amendment re quiring Jae l of all agreements by the. Interstate commerce commission la advanco of their taking effect. Hut Mr. Cummins saved tho troublo of talcing a vole by voluntary taking his amendment out of the running. The Democrats had agreed to vote- against tho Cummlna provision In consideration of the adoptloa of the Clay amendment striking out the entire section. Mr. ElklHs explained that the majority of the taterntate commerco com missi cm was wlHlag to permit tho sec ond to go out because of the apprehension felt by some that It would havo the effect of repealing the antitrust lav so far aa It applied to rail He expressed hi purpose of roads. supporting tho Clay amendment Mr. Cummins then announced the withdrawal of his amendment. aw-rova- Copenhagen. The Stars and Stripes floated above the royal palace Monday for the first time la the history of Denmark, and former President Horn, velt, In the absence of King Frederick la Southern France, la the guest of Crown I'rlnce Christian, ono of the placed at tho disposition of Mr. Keosevelt and his famly. The prince, presiding at a dinner this evening, as the king's representative, thanked Mr. Roosevelt for coming to this court, and proposed his health, which was heartily responded to by those around the fable, who Included the leading personage In the kingdom, la court, parliamentary and soholsrly life. o proved lo bo tho Qojt rcnNslT for rnrint th. iBiiimmiunn iinrniii tn- - a. g u uuil. nnu norToui tintMti litlt sa IHrt In a la - - s .. nxi been worth nUulum to offering women. If Tmt irnttt invUl snairco mm tuuajs helpful. run i . iinlLLJNE . . i . . ii.... . ....-rum- . The colonel, In had received a cordial message from the king, and thanked tho prince for his hospitality. Ho then proposed a toast to the king and the royal family of Denmark. v reply, said that he Sf BH'I - . TOO INTERESTING. 3 lX At the reception given by. Maurice F. Kgan, the American minister, at the legation, the former president met tho diplomatic representatives, the cabinet members and many persons prominent la the vsrlous departments, Tho crown prince met the party on urrlval from the Netherlands by way of Kiel. Ho drove with Mr. Roosevelt to the palace and showed him to bis apartment. Half an hour later the colonel visited tho prince and had tea, proceeding from thero to pay a visit lo Prince Wnldcnmar and I'rlnce Hans, the latter being the uncle of the Queen of Kngland. 7r I n RUTH BRYAN LEAVITT WEDS Tho Umpire Ssy, Cblaale, 1 Daughter of the Commoner Bride of a Britisher. Lincoln, Neb. In a wedding so quiet as to excite comment, Mr. Ituth Uryan Leavltt, eldest dstightcr of Mr. snd Mrs. William J. Dry an, was married to Ucut. Reginald A. Owen of the Royal Knglnevr Corps of tho llritlsh army, stationed In Jamaica. Only members of the family witnessed tho ceremony Iter Harry F. Huntington of Crete officiated. er resign. A Reprimsnd. Mrs. Drown was cn ber it prayer meeting, and as the puhJ tho porch. "Arcn t you straw nobby?" o riv Bowl "I'm not alone." swer. "Who Is with jou" win "Now, Mrs Krown," sail -- " - Dolby, congress. London, Kngland. Mr. Owen was married nearly set en Supreme Court Dismisses Test Case years ago when a school girl. 18 years for Damages. to William Homer Loavltt, cn Hearst won of Now York. William nearly twice her ae. She sea legal victory over tho city of New artist, n from Leavltt In Mnrch, York tu the supreme court Tuesday, cured divorce 1P03, and was awarded tho custody of when Justice Greviibaum dismissed a their twp children. Tho children are test case to compel Hearst to pay In Germany, damages obtained nualnst the munici pality for deaths and Injuries of per- GOMPERS TALKS TO FARMERS sons In the explosion of fireworks near Mbdlson Square Garden In 1903, when Denies Report He Would Try to Form Hearst was celebrating his election to New Party. HEARST WINS AGAINST The groom Is ZC year old, and the CITY son of T. C Owen, a business roan of you vuuib nu ' Ml ... " Lilt- - a k, thousands of peopl' Alai in., muim ho .nrr wrote- ": .. . im or shoot I'ubiisner i him a. rtrnrlilna r w , ItBta - AO'- - "What are you I""- "- "W'n havo trie opera ..r-kIi-vana ice wo in i.. Kansas City . - Louis. Mo. Samuel Gompers, president of tbo American Federation of- tnsdo n plea for union of farmers and organized labor In bring ing about better Industrial conditions In nn address beforo tho Joint convenJifd?meuls aggregating $I,717C0 al- tion of farmers unions Monday. He denied tho report that he camo ready havo been obtained against tho city, und there aro many suits yet to hero to organize a now political party, bo tried. Tho total dumages asked for but declared Hint "when organized In dustrial workers and organized farm-er- a ro nearly 3,000,000. r in will stand fighting for equality and Justice, then No Place for Ladles. Fayottevlllc, V. flvo will cotno u new dispensation and a members of tbo Hatfield foud family now order of things," "Farmers do. not get too much for uro attending tho trial of Albert C. Feltz, Indicted for highway robbery, their products nor wage canters too women wero barred from tho court- much for tbolr labor and, If I read the room. Tho Halflulds made no secret signs or tho times rightly, tho grindof the fact that they wero heavily ing of the masses for tbo profit of the fow w(ll not contlntio everlastingly. armed. Grand Opera for Convicts. Cause of Pellagra. Atlanta, (la. For tho first tiniQ In Ncv.' Orelans. Dr. John N. Thomas, superintendent of tho state-- asylum tho lives of inuny of tho hundred of fur tho Insnno at I'lnevlllo, declares nrtsoiiors In tho federal penitentiary his unequivocal conviction that tho hero they will havo nn opportunity to koUi cauao of pellagra Is bad cornnieal. hear real grand opera next Thursday As a result he has nbollsliod tho uso morning, when Miss Guraldlno Farrnr of cornnieal among tho patients and fulfills a promise to sing ut that Insti substituted rice, which was not only tution. This, of courso, docs not nppiy cheaper, but produced hotter physical lo Charles W. Morso und others occueffects, Ho did not recommend any pying "bankers' row.' According to medication tor pellagra, but did strong- MIbs Furrar. tho visit Mill be n unique ly urge elimination of cornnieal as fur hor as for tho prison Inmates, for diet, unless the wry best quality could It will mark her first appvarunco Insldo bti procu eiSouthern prison walls. A Jury had been sworn In, when counsel for Hearst made a motion to dlsmlns, and Justice Groenbaum granted It. holding in brier that Hearst had tho necessary permit and tho city had no right to tnko such u risk. St. hou!dor-to-shoulde- JO"" Comfort and 11 V IT ( w. . I. lit. who Await the person n long tra.n clean-that thrown eff I r u -be POSTUM .in place of Colfjj from a rel cells l,y the roasted wheat f. l lie tumiw.. . col mid strength -ol 77 coM -n- And the rehef come from the eural drug co8 Ten days one Ir.al mU ' lor There's a Reason POSTUM f Army of wtipatipn mw" 0SSIP FROM FANKrOT. J MAKE Jt Stn"r If rrMf. ROUND ABOUT THE STAT- EMOST IMPORTANT rrt3 fc ,ti- QATHEBEDFROM ALL OF KENTUCKY. ncwc Heporta of the organization of con growing; club have been received by CommiMlofler of SlBrlcalture Hanlfla from 37 countli In i,?a(rn n.... Iral Kentucky, Rr?K th0 Hit of offl. cera elected. At t i,... JMtlona there hare been dlatrlbuted THE ENTIRE Fanners and MtMivnls Bank ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS Otksr ih WORLDCHRISTUN flaHylng'Cry of Mission 1IG MEN Great-Laymtn'i. -. Skk IflU- JIM. BUM Httfkd, Salt SMALL uost. Mali, SkU. l"' rut APPELLATE COURT DECISION. Ix)uIst1Ic, Ky. The UuIsVIIIo Cot ton Seed l'roduct e for our RAROAIN l'KICEH on Init advices from southern agenta, susMintois, TtiinK ana uraton pended operations of their plant inan tihltrillon la oar chow 14 handler of definitely In order that they may, If V, r lb necessary, snip hack to tho south . M HI., UtapfcU their rntlro supply of cotton seed now on hand for uso of the plantcra affected In tho cotton belt regions by tho rccont rrtretc-ouSome of the south-urplanters aro said to be paying aa Is lor F M V "joV and' Flanders nign as sz.&u a bushel for seed, and buguns in Mcoau-tixacart. It la freely predicted that the price Luj may go up even aa n eh as 15. A ran, Automobile Co. Madison Ave, Memphis, Tenrf. raaa of tho situation, It Is atated. snows mat there Is an absolute ahort-agDRINK of cotton seed because of the fact that larco Quantities nf ln.i IE CHiMPIINE yield was used for fertilising pur CROW GINIER ALE poses. lit ntryvUt. MaifMaK4 f I !.oulsvlllo. Ky. A dispute between WEST-- H .Front Stroot, Memphis, Tenn. tho receiver of tho Ixjultvlllo & Kaat- ern Hallway Co. and tbo ofllclalg of Hbelbyvllle. Kr. aa to the lncat Inn nf Only Nine Left. h U'rnan Is nn earnrst advocate depot which tho company wants to erect, in tho town came up beforp r!an under which the aay-Tho Executive Committer nf tho J children shall be nrcscrved Judge Uvana of tho United States l':l:re general lona to ad. court, but was carried over. Tho caao Stato Doard of Forestry. Immleratlnn :t oiocr aay, ior, instaacc," aaya tamo In the United Statea court and Agriculture, met horo and appoint- ku. tny llttlu boy waa1 cnUed bo-l- through Injunction proceedings od trie heads of the various depart, nicnta of the state fair na fnl'nn-a- ! tribunal over which his fond brbucht br tho rrrrlvnr .v . r presides. tiholbyvlllo ofllclala from trylnc to prts Commltfiloner of Agriculture, Itankln, re broken ono of the precious rem mo railway company from crccL: poultry nnd students Judging; Prof. Ing Its depot, The attorneys for the M. A. Scovllle. dairy cattl. rfmrt. thpnn occandmcnt.' aha kiM lr asked our boy carelessly defense say that a denot ! n limit tn i and coats: Guthrie Wilson, hnrsri. erected In the moat exclusive resident mules. Jack Block and speed ring: J. I tts my boy l'vo aald (o you jiortlon of tho town and they do not U lcnt, beer cattle; a, I,. McGrew, iaj over tho ton command Woman's department, aarleultural Im. warn 11 mere. Hid Mrs, Wyman. 'and now Iilcments: C. C. Adam. Hold seed nnd u ono of them.' Inixlngton, Ky. William Adams, Kraln and horticulture; Fred "Hack- ter dear, my boy aald, 't hero's president or tho .National bank, of burn, vegeUibles and melons. left now. a member of the state board of ti Mra. Wyman let It go at agriculture and The Incontestable clause cnntaWd member of tbo Demo cratic atalo central commlttco, an- In a lifo Insuranco company means nounced thar ho would ba a candidate what It eays la the decision of the apObviously. rvaer man who visited the rau- - for tho Democratic nomination for gov- pellate court In thn casn nf thn C.ltl. tt Uty park recently tolls of a ernor. Mr. Adams la widely known, tens' Life Insurance Co. against .William D. McCluro ft Co., afltrmlng the ae saw there. The rurallst particularly In Central and Knitcrn Judgment of the Fleming circuit court, in front of a tmrtrnll ,!,., Kentucky, and la popular with the fd a nun sitting In a farmers, no win mnke the formal McClure sued to collect a 3,000 polB. McTbvre was a small whltn rnnl announcement of his cnndldacv at icy carried by his brother, pic'ure reading: Cynthlaua on May S3, when ho will be Cluro. who dlrd ahnrtlv after thn ton- nnd premium on the policy bad been Pcrtralt of K. II. Smith, by him- - gin nla active canvass. ANT ELS ItM lrrt CO..M-MH- accounted an sitloa made In Kontucky, aucu wag me decision of the coart In Iho crto 0f tho Busmesi Jail Works Co.. 1 . a U IS MMtdlion At against Frank P James, auditor. Tin' ,0 4 nnanrlafrnailMlofi' Ifus-was written by Chief Justice .11 csui. U ull, joa tuw. M JJarkcr afnrmlnK thn f state fltcal court. James, at auditor, IN WADE & was seeking to collect from the LtMIN. MILL FEED, SEE! OJITS manuarci Jail Iron Worka Co, n tax for 1009 with a capital atock of 1200.000 (Its . me uoing in Kentucky), had done a ... . -. t..m. bualneta In 1909 nf icnnnnn , ,1C e4 V AM, V K.H. I. front Stroot, Memphis, Tenn. Cd that (be sales In Kentucky amounted to but w.vw, ana the valuo of Ita tangible vi Your it only IZ3,000. Tho L claimed that In ostlmatln ihn net. On m an iva and lna amount of lice to be paid to the y4r atatc, but sain wlihin ti, i CARPET CLEANING C9. STEAM Kentucky ibould nnlt- - Im IIS KUO FACTOftr ami unuo mo auditor claimed that all MIHPHIS, TBHL MOMiltSL nice maue by the company ia bual hum aono wiinin tho atato. nticDi Enipliis Directory .Momr-Mf- Frankfort, Kr,-S- ale mado by it ...... luotca m Kentucky regardless or wboro.tho sales nrn m.,1. m.,.t 1,. lenn'i 1 -- wiugi SONS Srt- i.i. com-I'any ON Garpits bushels per acre, In another ner nrrp. ThnrA aro several essential points In the raising of corn, and, taken In order, arc; I'repamtlon of noil, proper seed n. election. lirnnpr'rnlMvnUnn nn,i harvested crop, economically done. The corn bulletins contain this Infer- ination, and any farmer In the atato can get a. bulletin br senillne-- in ma for IV -- 0 Rankfn haft "corn bulletin lMiied, Klrlng an account of the Werk rfnnn Thn n,l,...v,i.. H16 clnba vary rrom CO to l.'.O, arid tlicro li n good deal of Interest In rtll Of them. Tho oblrrt In In vrnvr mm nt an averaeo of 7G Im.hnt. an and Commlsalonor Itankln aaya this Can l)n .(Tnnn In ih. M.1kA t .l . iiullotln ho tays: ' I desire to placo "ifcntuckf In tlio front rank, aa a atate, and tho result obtained from tho dbv trlbutlon of last few yennMiat.. pnsvjneed'kc that yio people have knowii'tho real valua of tialng pure bred seed coni. In orio Inttanco. whom thn upprf mm trlbutcd, tho yield per aero was from r tomI,lMiir threo bllhnla .... nf n . I arcu , Hnu Congress. IN CHICAGfJ MEET Mtvmmt afcr Tlt we are U itftltwt. f Upon tbis Guamatet we Solicit Your H. BUCHANAN, K. Buchanan, Pafroiifc. Culmination of Mott Remarkable Re- Ijglous Campaign In Which All Protestant Churches of Amer ica Are United.' Prcjltteat -- j: a THonp'56, cWiii. J, W. fllnnfliri J. J. C DIRECTORS Benduraet, O, B, Thrslksld, 10 ba from 25 to 75 bushel irr itomobiles d n " e CUM vr'i ILL CO. Contracts for Imnrovementi nn mih. lie worka owned by a county, If the contracts aro ordered by the flacal court, ana not an Individual of tho fiscal court, moat bo nild for hv tli num. ty, cvon though the contract arc not maao exactly according to the statutes. Such waa the construction of tho law in tho case of Mucin rntn e lowers against the flical court of Logan county, which Was reversed on the original and affirmed Ta the cross-appeal. V. II. Fish had secured 1300 ilam. agea In the nockcastle circuit court against the LoulvlIlo & Nashville railroad bceauso ho was given the wrong end of a railroad ticket by h conductor and on hla return home was ejected from tho train and forced to wane 11 miles, Tho court says tho damage la excessive. J. V. Galea accurcd a. Iiidrmsnt tnr damages against the Madlaonvllle, iiartiortt & Eastern Kaliroad Co. In tho Hopkins circuit court because the railroad tracks blocked a stream and flooded his land. He only asked for damages to his crop, arid the appcl-lat- o court says tho damage shdhld bo grnntcil. thplr htmlnA nf. Chlrnro. fairs to consider the evangelisation of the world In this generation, 4.G00 mpn eatherpil at Phlrne-- Xfn 9 tn nt. tend tho I.iymen'n National Mission ary, congress. They represented every Protestant rhnrrh In Ararrlm. Among them wcro men of national ana international prominence. For mer VlcoPrraMrnt- - Falrhnnk nttrnil. cd aa a representative of the Methodist Episcopal church. Several were present United Statea o senators Domver of Iowa and of Indlann and former Senator Teller of Colorado wcro nrcsent atthc first session. A number of former governors of states wero registered. Among them were former Governor Hadler of Mlann.trl. formnr Hfirnrnnr Yates of Illinois, and former Governor iianley of Indiana. Soldiers, sailors, business men. professional men and ministers wero In attendance. Tho congress closed on Friday. Clot' nf Rm9,l9hlJ, r.mnfllfln. w.,,ia,v,, ' This con ventldn marked the tl6so' or a remarkablo religious campaign. Durlmr the Wtnti-- r nml inrhc inl. slonary conventions were held under the auspices of the Laymen's Mis- alohary Moehinlln"7r of We' lead-Incities of the eouritrr. Th ram". palgn began at Duffalo on October 10. ine eatnering at Chicago waa the cli max or me scries of conventions. gov-ernonov-erldg4 g THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY LONG DISTANCE TELEPItOHE 'PtK MTM AfftT Tt LMM. MAJIJMM OUNIERUND TELEPHONE ft TELE IR APR Ca WHMUTM . i MM STKK IS MMrlETE -- Absolutely THE BEST- 4 : All . .'. nHlinnflirc CnnneA Ctnnrlm Heinz a Varieties of Pure Food Product unase cc anoorn's Coffees and Teas. UaU , ss'sr uUohame as whan in Bd ef OROCERiaa. mrtB uiit t. Telephone 6. 3 Deliveriea. Ledlord&Rsandlei . ityaSBBBBBBBBBBff HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS BTABLISKKD SiBaak 18. I I silBaaW LW' 1 TOM WLLON, Sr., PVef,' (tjeeessar m B. Q. JUmafs, dUossswt.) ' a lr -- liarble and Granite rionurhents ClWBINa, MtCtaiAN, J'. STOfrl WORK- f klH4, IRON FENC1NO. - KENTUCKY Campbell White. Cyn-thlan- high-backe- ' h"d , p!f-r- U 'iriricr th to himself. rP-,,- Rf::ar tam o foola thnm clfv "Anybody who looka at Smith' by him- luer ain t nn nnn In tlm mlmlni -: . " l i... . " puiui i nelnnatl l'nf d know A C fllnr. iviivii sua i3iris tno Utile follow's tnncying that his father Cpon tO lntirfrn 1 i' 'bfr T of n lnvArt.vn.PAM rxnectlni? vleli arrnn. tug . . 1 til con- "Crisis." .. - was Lexlncton. Ky. The Kentuckv Hato Co.'s April auction of saddle and gen eral purposo horses was a success, 190 head being sold for an aggregate of J17.000. The demand waa stronger than tho supply. Kaatern buyers, who navo been scouring tho niue Grass region for tho past fortnight for hors suitable for show purposes under saddle nnd in light harness, say that they aro having much trouble in iludlrm what Ihoy want, Danville, Ky. Dr. James-ThomLaps ley, obust mine graduate TrJuceton University and of Center College, Kentucky, died hero, aged 91 v,nr, If.i ..... tli.t rnnnjt.t. nf P.n. ... v " nnlahf-tor College In 1839, and two years later took a degreo at rrincoion. Arterward tin ordained to tho ministry of thn Presbyterian church. As a clergyman turougnont HO becerno widely Known tho south, d s nald. tho poller containing a clausa that It waa .incontcstabln aftnr nnn year. The company alleged fraud In tho securing of the policy. oitf .aid nu .I'll,. If you w o ueticr boy and mind your w.n bring on a crlais. Now. T If ihartH you doh't icnnw what tl'1 ... It a is I . a ,aia.- sum iioouy, either a boy or a girl." M . e aro afraid that Miss Nora llrown. atenoeranhnr tn Gov. Willson, received' a letter from Krncst P. Dlcknoll. natlnnal d Irprtnr of tho American Ited Cross soclotj, naming her as secretary of tho Ken tucky Stato Hoard' of the American lted Cross society. Members of tho board have besn selected by Gov. Willson, but will not be given out until confirmed by tho directors of tho ol national society. Gov. Willson annointed tho follow, Ing veterans of tho Cbnfoderaey as members of tho board of, trustees of tho Conicderato homo at Powco Valley for a term of six years; James A. Stcclo, Woodford county; W. O. .In M, .. .. Mire . . .. . i ??. .but t0 bu willlnK t that our aul"' t0 do. Charles ZJ not in Harris, Louisville; Charles Hopklnsvlllo; James V, Princeton, and W. S. Jarrctt, Holllngs-worth- , A. Milton, fhe Appetite Calls 'for moio 'ost Toasties Let a saucnr of rlno. htful food servi-c-- 1 cream teliwhy. f'ltli "T'ie Memory I -- William Mava. don. uty marshal, waa ordered ncqulttcd of the chargo of murder on tho unusual ground of non prosecution by tho cam, ... r .. t , i ini iuu monweuilil til it... tuumu otaiva uia court horo. Mays killed a moontrlct clilnur In-- tin. lumn nf Heard nbntit n year ago while attempting to arrest mm. wncn jus inai was caiieu i'ib- tr et Attorney iiusicy anu ins ossiat, ant wero 111. rMM.tnnml . - lv fulsville. When M. II. Thatcher, of this city. goes to Panama nnd becomes the gov ernor or mo canni tone ho will carry with Mm rrom this city ono of tho handsomest silver sets ever taken nut ot Kentucky. It will be presented to 111 in on hla wedding day by the mem bers of tho olliclul family of tho stato. It has been pure) in Bed In this city, sium in '. Lingers" 10c, sad 15c lHICreikuWich. T Cerearco.. Ltd.. ' ikf Ilecausn tho roixirt nf thn rrnn rnn. Lexington, Ky. liupert C. Foster, uHimi.r nf thn Knntuckv Intarvolleel. dltlon In this stato for tho month nt ate oratorical contest, .'III represent March showed a decided fnlMng off In Transylvania university in tue soutn-er- tho acreage of wheat Commlta'oner ot oratorical contest to bo held at Agriculture HnnUln has decided to ministration; Thomas Tlppey a camualxn to Induce the firmin William H. Lewis of Renttln tr and Vanderbllt university, NashvJHe, May a ot Kentucky to grow tnojro wheat und Long of Kansas nit v. inhn n cuL.J 4th. less tobacco. oi nasriingion. roundsr of tho moveLouisville, Ky. Whllo racing to a ment; WUIIam sweet of Denver, llcattyvlllo. Ky.W. II. Ileattv a flrn Cant. Patrick KilBarllT, Driver " "uwianq or Athens; Go., ell ami Piptman William leading merchant 'Of this place, flied James Pun iuriuis ot now Vork. Judgu Dually, or mo ohiisuib uom worn a coed or assignment in the county Selden P. Spencer of f?t 7 kj clerk's office, naming James P. Lynn Itowell of Montreal .Infill II tlahnAH n Injured v.heii the horses uevorely ., a Mrl ",f Itlfn On MV. u tho asiigure. .no sc'iedulo ot as Memphis, and mlsslonarlcB ...1... troiu U sets or liabilities has been (ur). cavatlon. liver Mio wor.q. bo-cl- n J. Campbell White, irenprnl wrmtnrr of the Laymen's Missionary Move ment, ana j. a. MacDona.d, editor of I no Toronto Globo. Notable List of Sneakers. Among tho sneakers nn thn nrnprnm wero Prince T. II. Yun nf t A. MacDonald. editor of the Toronto' uiouo; itooert B. Bpeer, secretary of mo uoard or Foreign Missions: William J Rrhlnfnlln idont of the Ctlzens' union of Now .urn; Airrea k. .Marling pf New York; Mornay Williams, chairman of -- i me riew Ynrk atntn uin- -j Hies. L'iemcnt Chnan nfOmnho. 'erd A. Kelly of linltlmnm, i vuiiuii ui tiaaion- -- infm n nuu.., ui -- 1' Moruphla, Tenn.; II. M Beardsley, Binor or Kansas City; George Sherwood Rddv nf liwlln rfnti. ert II. Gnrdluor of Boston; rni piiini. W. Halford, private secretary to the iuiu i unrriaon during hla ad portionate representation. Tho varioua sessions were held In tho auditorium. Tho congress opened with th?' Slrilne of "Crown lllm T.nr,l of All." nilrht llnvnrnnfl ei,..l. p. ---vuu, ica n i Anucreon. rcpiscopai DishUp of Chi cago, rnaca the opening HJdress. Ho apoko on the "Will of Christ for tho World." dwcllltic nnon tlm mnd nf cnurcn unity. niahop W. L. of the Methodist church, mado tho second nddrcss. The first evening was devoted to talks by wun too men. The The Northern Baptist church bad a quota of 330 men, wniio the Southern .uoptlst convention sent 200 men. The Southorn Methodist rhnrrh.. ., V't V ul, I (.U uj by 255 men. Tho Protestant 'v. nlann. pal church appointed 210 delegates. Most or me other churches bad pro missionary nailer was adopted. This doIIcv will be Rent tn we norma Missionary conrerence'at Edinburgh. Scotland, on June whore It la. expected to exert a profound conference. Tho delegates wero. apportioned amongst tho various Protestant churches of America in accordance with their membership nnd gifts to missions. The Methodist Episcopal church led with 600 delegates. The Presbyterian church was A .national A FLYER AT Meet Your Friends , AT ADVERTISING IN THIS PAPER 16 NOT AN AUtOFLAMIC tuXPnUMENT Ocr tatea sre right they ' Tonsorial Parlors , 'M let people' know your ron..n',4 other conditions being equal, speak to us about a year's 'contract s 5 3 THAT PLAN goods and prices are right Run a series cf ads. in this paper. If results show, stnKlkMrx BotudasU tedut tJaetrlo Ughu aa4 UM, hjdraulle stairs' b4 TSfjraktftf for oesafors. MeztcWer to JeatM CUutoB Street, HkkmuL Ky. Caf. r A MX.KCUANT (Copyrtibt, NZVER LOST ONE PENNY UW, j r, . II.) Cash Book Store Bpleadid Selectloa . . . LAND FOR SALE Both city and farm prop- -' ertyat reasonable prlcaa. If you hare real estate for ale, let ui get yon a buyer; ADDRESS: New Books, Stationery, Post Cards. Notions, Etc Osdl sjstl m "Cvtrything knr. our stock. up'to-da- l. Hickman Courier Realty Ci Hickman. Kestacky. 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The Hickman Courier JXGJjVSW AM-lt- C 'I mu IOCAIy AGENTS P.VI.II.CHlf. T I KIEV J w wnj m. . Saw Cl:ance for Qraft, An amusing lnctus wea related the other day by Lord Airedale, for- merly Sir James Kltson, the famous Iron and steel manufacturer. When he was raised to the peerage two' years ago, and It was announced that he had decided to take the title of Lord Airedale, he received a communication from the Airedale V errlera society saying It was understood ,he had selected bis title from their club, and therefore they hoped he could gee his way to present a good cup to the society. Ills lordship did not respond to the request. Eccentric Character Gone. Old Mr. Forbes, the ballet girls' preacher, Is dead nt 77. He traveled here and there, and hither and yon, holding: meetings for ballet girls. In small towns as well as cities. Only once he saw ballet girls on tlio stage. He looked In for a minute, and then hurried out. "Neither a borrower nor a lender be" was one of his sayings, and be always gave outright, pointing out that to lend money Is to lose a friend. New York Press. Tlt-Blt- Au Revolr. When his aire hip started skyward Friends heard hi in say: know where I'm coins'. But I'm on my way!" They Changed Their Minds. Phelps I heard the people In your town were determined to widen the sidewalks? Ives They wre, but they have changed their minds; thex concluded It would be cheaper for thou to let the sidewalks alone and hope for a change In the style of women's hats. 8ultable Role. "Smoking cigarettes?" reprimanded the bystander. "Well, you are Just killing your ambitions. You can never Music Orchestra. grow up and bo a stage singer If you Music Orchestra. smoko those things." Humorous Lecture Albert Edward "Well," responded the street boy, as ho blew another sorles of rings, "I WlKKam. nrnllPHtrA. Mllafrv can be the villain In a melodrama," Valedictory "The Call of tho Twen tieth Century" anas i.ois uarueiu A Bragging Expert. Maslc Orchestra. Presentation of 8. L. Dodda scholFirst Neighbor You must do something about that noisy rooster of arship U. F. Gabby , Jtuslc Orchestra. yours. He annoys me. Presentation of Diplomas Kov. W. Second Neighbor I suppose you're . All Is Ready. jealous becauso he can crow better 0. Stockton. Music Orchestra. "Hubby, did you bring home my and longer than you can. Edward Wlggam Is a famous Albert new switch?" treat is In store 'for wit and a ro "Yep." the public. Literally 8o. my puffsT" "And o "Ah," sighed (he small boy, as be "I did." rose with difficulty from the turkey Dan Hogera left today for Denver. "How about my face powder! "Hera's you complexion. Now got feast, his eyes fairly flowing over Tenn, with the fullness of his repast, "that's busy and assemble yourself." Louig. We guarantee our work. Moore & the stuff!" Courier-Journar-- The closing exercises of Hickman Pome ulsh fur cooki of boyhood days, but College will bo bold at tho Lyric rxn of them for me. Thursday and Friday evening. May On roundup rook wa beat of with the 19 and :0 when we On Thursday evening tho music do And m4rntng, heard the grub pile rait at , partmcnt and senior class will ren- The old Dutrh noon and night. oven never failed to der tho following program the thins Juat right. Chorus "Springtime." t coals, end Twa core red o'er with Trio Mary Maddox, Mary Urlggs, when we fetched her out The blacutta there were nice and brown. and Lucllo Cabby. you never had a doubt, Song "Tittle Tattls Tale,". Louise t ain't an (Irons' for boyhood grub, 'fauee, Choato. aumrnrr. Trio Millie lllnshaw, Hess Ctioato The old Dutcherring or fall. the stuff that oven baked and Miss Johnston. tasted beat of all. Operetta "Golden Heart." Terhapa 'twaa Vauie our appetites were Vocal Duett "Go Pretty Itoso," always mighty eharp Homer Green and Lillian Johnston. Tti men who ride the cattle rang ain't Trio Mary Urlggs, Mary' .Maddux apt to kick or Carp; and Millie Hlnsbaw. Hut anyway I rind myself of Heading "When Jack Com us that bread Chorus. The old Dutrh oven baked for ua beneath ClasPlay Uy Senior Class. those coala so red. Instrumental Duet draco Throlkeld Arthur Chapman, In Denver Repub lican. and Mary Ilrlgg . Vocal Duett "School of Lovo." A DIFFERENT COLOR. Trio Lilian Cboale, Grace Threl- keld and Miss Johnston. On Friday evening. May 20. tho graduating exercises will bo held at tho Lyric, Tno graduating class this year Is as follows; Misses Lois Hart-lett- , Leah Harry, Dora Cavltt, Hiuelle Johnson and Magaleo Itko and Will E. Uoudurant. Miss Magaleo Illce Is Uartlult salutatorlaii and Miss Is valedictorian, making her tho recipient of the S. L. Dodds scholarship Hundred Dollars. 7itc program will bo somewhat different from those offered heretofore, and will bo as follows: all-'t- wa DEATH OF LEWIS FIELDS. Speaking of the death of Low's Fields, which ocurrr! at Fulton, Friday, the Lender says; D0RENA NOTES. o vllle l. Ollvor ton cargo of pebble phos- the man. tention. Schmidt, tho tailor. "How so?" "His wife went away for a month's Alva Foy and Ilss Eunlco Donoho Or1 visit this morning and he looks as In Fulton Bundny mornglum as If she bad missed tbu train." wero married 'SchnitdtV Tailor Shop Is still over ing. JUi'ti's tthoo Store. 'Come up. has at last secureu J. 0. o Mm, Itobo Prather, of Statu Line, the Indorsement of Senator Dradloy and Mrs. Mabel Gaston, of Jackson, for U. 8, District Attorney for Into For first clans Tailoring Seiimldt visited Miss Ilounle Carpenter district and his appointment Is ex pected soon. phate recently was Florida to Japan. A 6,800 sblppsd from "He's a queer fellow." A Newlywsd, LadlcH work recolvo our special at- For nearly four years Mr. Fields battled valiantly against the ravages of tuberculosis, lit- - "lulled many state In the Union searching for that priceless Jo el, good health. Uiwla Fields was a sou of the late A. V. Fields and of Mrs Kntherlne Meld, who Is yet living nt a rlpo old age. Ho was born April 21. Ml, at the old Melds homestead on State Llim road, where Cha. (. Fields now lives. The early days of hi life were spent on the farm with hi brother nnd slaters. Hero ho and n brother, tho late Smith Fields, took n great Interest In raising tobacco. The two brother founded n tobacco rchaudl lug homo In Fulton whi-rtheir knowledge of that product of tho noil was utilized. Accordingly tho great tobacco warchouan of Field llro. wa erected and It was here that tho foundation of Mr. Field' Immense fortune wa laid. At tho time of his death ho was n member of the board of director of the City National Hank and Identified with other bualncs enterprises. On .lny 9, ISO', Luwl Fields, of Ml ton. was married to Miss Georgia I filler, ono of the most topular young Indies In Hickman, iho ceremony being soleruulrcd In bt. Ixiuls. Tho Imedlatu member of tho fam Ily who survive Mr. Field nre his wife, Mr. Georgia Fields; his moth er, Mr, Kathcrliio FeMs; his urotn-ers- , Jas. E., Thomas N., Pe,tor It., end Chas. (.. his slaters, Mrs. rc. i Davis. Mrs Mnrv Collins, and Mrs Mlttltt Fields, tho latter of whom In u) field. i:v Tho funeral look placo Sunday nf. trrnnon at Fulton at 2 o'clock-- at tno Methodist church, of which he IiUU boon an Influential momber for 37 "How was tho blonde when you saw years. her last night?" "She wasn't" Mis Mabel Wllaon returned Sun "Wasn't what?" day from au extended visit to Miss "A blonde." Knlherlno Joiks, neai llopklnsvlllo. Sho wns ncroui'nnUd homo by MUs Jones. W. 0. Heed and (loolder John Foolish Man. son went to Hnpklnsvlllo Saturday, He's very apt To hit the rioor, v returning w ith tin in. Who keep on aaylogt Mrs Mnhel (lnstim. of Jackson. "Juat one mora." Tenn., Is tho guest of Mr, tloso Prathor. Mrs. Gaston was formerly J. A. Cotton, wife and children are Miss Mabel Hooves of this city. . ... .. In Union City this week. iu, iui. II,... uiren, in ...ult.'llln la vIsltiiiK Mrs. Holly Henderson, above Miss Homer Green visited Mrs. luiuicnj airs, urven w Ottlo May Tlsdulu In Union City lust ixireuu, ltoqves, of this city. Miss lua Hirer la rinrg J. M Tank rm last week vti ' in flinVl ... ck locust ltev. Kaiv of Ma Grot ii' i su ci t i . pffKl red-ho- Locust (Iroi. iaif turned to hit bom- - la John Fl' tui' d 1 UJ U frtlrl k ted i KlioJ J. It. Itrvju week. i t!;r.''.0D ( .ig t it:.'tKJ Jack Whin- I the first t tin- 'hit ir tt A ii it mli, r laud and ll .kn.ai a rf thvra-- ' JiunoaT t'DIQ -- nt locut t,ro .i I Woll '''l Mine .a vim. I n k visited friends h re as )ik:l asit u prjRf' s B Hundny with a Inig' b R Wo an- sorry to i it."1 'M l M 'I r W 10 hi ' 1'unrl l!l down with i" uu to bo out y. t 1 it ii Ijiitr. tip' of lib vllle. Atk 11 .h' Mm. Surah m l - icl'l f 1 lr o. ' .i- Hard rain ls In Hickman ms1 It. E. Curim s'i for Columbia i c r k . muni w - l .l. IIUU II..IH- - ii. vi of "?M were here IU' hj" It M IJ. jonn".' Shaw. Pud Eatloy left 'in court In Kill'1" M. Wt how on . Its justwoudaful '.l - .i thtf'E'j l .i.u. ' im - tooX oconlo of Uickuiau .. . stnro baouici n cod MtfMI i it'. nW I l (0 iDr . , n.i-- . In al l..lnml v,iiiiiuoi.. lii . ' r' , w tcimoreu pony us m.nn has been an. ',,..( ir tm nn J H mA dl durl" . iiin this young no nas ma- 7i,;v'' ' M."" n , 1 tun . vears . r -- week. I Miss Lucllo Itobblns. of New Mad have the grades and prices. Do rid, Mo Is tho guest of hor sister, not forget to have your grocer fill Mrs. A. A. Paris. your order with flour sold by Travis Mlaa Dora Smith ha returned front a visit to Nasuvllle and iiowiiuk Iter, J. llunrv llallauco, of Padurnh, lias been named us tho Prohibition Green. candidate, for Congress In tho First Mlsa Ilonnie Carpenter left Tues District. day for Nashvllo, n,....,iv iiuuniii im In e i a fit r.' ... ' ,,k J uja.su Md f. ' I ne blO. I II''' nn.lltlir . nurpi n miiites in" ik. ..'lliiil u I. T.l.t Imve ft.roiri' .'Un-iM- 'l In short. Jl' , ire mtl.i and wua not . hla act l glad th 111 a doso or n ii" ...,, " !' d, ,.S Siiax ,ly mr '..,.. Wi . BMCTlON rtltfS NOW 2- A BLUK MARK wv.n THE HieKMRN COURIER The Courier niMfu tfcrt(mu KeiHiw to you after IM mefltk MltlMMtM(IM pamWr jrr urirri HERE rf jreu ftifertislng is the Team that Pulls the Commercial Ulagon up the Hill ot Success. MO. has a Spankin' Good Team. Crease the Axles ot Your' Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up OLCF.BT TAPER IN WEBTERH IEBTD0IT irntniir. Bl 47 HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1910. WIOLR ESTABLISHED II 10. TRS TEAR lHSf Fiscal Court Proceedings County of Fulton October Term, Fulton . -- and Financial Statement State of Kentucky Oct. 5th, 1909. , 3,75 Judge. Tho following magistrates No. 126. I.uten Seay, work on road were present and answered to roll 19.60 call: R. A. Browder, J. W. Williams, No. 127. R. S. Branaford, work on O. W. Whipple and W. Tv Shanklln. 10.50 The following business was transact: road No. 128. Tyler Harper, overseer on ed: 13.60 No. 160. Johnson Merc. Co. for nails road 1.06 No. 129, C. N. Burnett, overseer on 24.60 No. 161. J. A. Noonon; Jailer 466.60 road No. 130. C. C. Arrlngton, overseer Upon motion and seconded. It was 13.25 on road the sum ot Fifty Dollars No. 131. W. A. Nlpp, overseer on ordered thathereby, allowed expenses be, and Is 14.25 to W. A. Naylor, County Judge, W. road No. 132. C. II. Thompson, overseer A. Terry, Julian Choate and C. 24.00 Browder, delegates o the sbeepJ.conon road No. 133. M. B. Brown, overseer on vention hold Louisville, Ky., ou No. 134. Marvin Browder, overseer Wlllson and .no Clerk la hereby di7.50 . on road rected to draw an order for said $60 No. 135. John Choate. overseer on payahlo to W. A. Naylor. 17.75 road It Is hereby ordered by this Court No. 136. Joe Ferguson, overseer on that S. T. Roper, Clerk,, is hereby 26.60 road ordered and directed to draw CounNo. 137. R. Y. McConnell, overseer ty warrants In favor of the election 12.00 on road November 1909, elecfor No. 138. John R. Lunsford, overseer officers favorthe each of said officers tion In of 17.75 on road the Sherlt Is ordered and directNo. 139. W. E. Gibson, overseer on andto pay same out of any mosey be.. 87.02 ed rond... longing to tho County In his hands. No. 140. Ilermon Roberts, overseer 17.00 on road No. 162. J. W. Benton Trustee for .' $ 25.00 No. 141. W. H. Roper overseer on Jim Williams No. 163. M. F. DeMyer, trustee for 9.50 road 60.00 No. 142. Q. W. Burns, overseer on Ella Wills 16.70 No. 164. J. F. Fall, trusteo for Gabe road 25.00 No. 143. Rivers Belew, overseer on Mann 12.60 , No. 165. H. F. Remley, attorney.... road 35.00 No. 144. T. W. Stalllns, overseer on 14.00 . .. road (Continued on next page.) No. 145. Arch Donnell, overseer on 6.00 road No. 14G. S. J. Cross, overseer on Don't wait any longer to get that 126.50 road No. 147. C. A, & E. E. Bondurant. poultry fence you need It NOW. We 7.00 have plenty of 1L Hickaaa Hdw. overseer on road No. 148. E. E. Bondurant, overseer Company, Inc. on road 15.50 No. 150. W. A. Terry, overseer on 15.00 road NIGHT8 OF UNREST. No. 149. W. J. Fields, overseer on 30.25 No Sleep, No Rest, No Peace forth road , 1 909 No. 41. Smith AmhcrR, Jail 47.25 County liscal Uurt per acrount . 2?.85 No. 42. Hickman Furniture Co., pau No. 43. I,. D, Smith, Sheriff's Settlement: .iinr term of tlili Fulton Coun Court wim thl day begun o. Li ..fid for the County of Fulton count It .he Court House In tho City of Inntioata held $18.00 k,,' llUkman Hon W present and presiding' tho wcru Magistrate and answerrd to roll call William", II. A. Browder anil quorW T aiinnklln. conatltulliiR a business wan um Ihf following Ur.sc tru Ordard that tho following clalma ffi jw Ttc A Nnyinr, follow InK juuk. Thla day came J. W. Storrls, Special Commlloncr appointed to mako uowriu'8 Drug Store, acn.35 aettlcmcnta with J. T. Seat Sheriff, and filed his report and ordered to lay over GO daya for exceptlona. No. 45. J. H. I.uten, medical Said settlement I ns follows: 2.00 No. 40. M. Ilfrrndca & Co., auppllea FULTON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, October 6th, 1909. 3.20 Tho underlined Special Commissioner havliiR been npolnted by the No. 47. Helm & Kllloon. Jail acHon. V. A. Naylor, JudRe of tho Fulton County' Court, to make settlement count 20.80 with J. T. Seat, Sheriff of Fulton county for the amount of taxetf In his No. 48. 8. V. I.uten, medical s hands for tho year J1I08, us will bo shown by a reference to a settlement 47.50 made and reported to the April term of tho Fulton Countv Fiscal Court. No. 49. C. aer-vlc- e aer-vice- W. Curlln, medical a road 18.00 33.75 a.Jowed t.v, Kail i ' No. 60. K. O. Overby, medical No. 60. V. M. aer-lco- i & Koll. Inaurnnco nreni JXli.UU AHilRlii-- 10.00 IlrlRht, medical aer-lc- e V No court' No 12111.10 C K. Rico, II M. ChownltiR, AiaiRnee.. 15.60 No. 52. Klllnoti No. No. Ilros., Jail auppllea 21.00 CREDITS I credit said J. T. Seat. Sheriff, with tho following vouchers paid by him, by orders of tho Fulton County Fiscal Court and filed herewith as follows: Vouchers allowed by the Fiscal Court: Nos. Nos. Nos. Nos. Nos. Sept. 16, as per the call ot Governor at No. 1 4 H M F. Taylor, O. AcPaur 26.25 2235.6G - auppllea uppllea 63. Fuoun. Helm & Co.. Jail 1.05 11.00 Kmi annually No Sc 7 8 Uataell. when letroo ii rnmnlctrd nnd nccepted by H. A. 231.00 Iirowdcr and W. A. Naylor.. Dr. J. M. Aloxandor, Salary So G . I'arla DniR Co., &. 64. llradlcr k Parham. Jail 56 " " No. 66. K. C. lllcc, pauper account " 27 to 65 Inclusive 56 to 80 Inclusive 81 to 109 Inclusive 110 to 135 Inclusive 136 to 164 Inclusive to 2G Inclusive $4,653.26 1.G77.78 2.4G3.23 1,117.29 1.093.05 444.81 100.00 Small-po- rleoi KfCUrt AmUiko 10.00 305.37 10.00 Ind. Tel. Co.. sor- - Total amount of Vouchers allowed by Fiscal Court , 25.00 Two unnumbered vouchers allowed by Fiscal Court No. 57. II. fllaaler, pauper account Twelvo voucher allowed by W. A. Naylor County Judge No. 60. Hickman 55 $11,449.42 11,449.42 6.30 146.42 $11,601.14 Ordered that Court he adjourned until 1 o'clock peraunnt to an order No 9 J T. Scat, Assignee Ac- of adjournment. It. llouMon, C. II. No 10 J No. 58. Farmer Hdw. Co., auppllea JOO cent 21.93 No II Or P. H. Curlln, pauper No. 69. Naylor Merc. Co., pauper 62.00 roan'. 113.38 No. 12 Cotton & Adams, work for account No, CO. Henry Helm, Assignee.... 19.40 wantr 11.35 '3 W F. MontRomery, pauper No. Gl. City of Hickman, amall-po12.00 ro(f,r. 17.46 V-It Hickman Ico & Coal Co.. account No. C2. A. J. Hunzlkcr & Son. work 205.03 A ''count 21.76 No 1 Mr. Mattlc Ilopklni, pau- for county No. C3. F. B, Caso, pauper account 16.00 per account 1C.00 .No. 1C Mohundro McClnln, work No. G4. N. J. Corum. brldce lum 3.00 dune on plow 34.49 1 No. Gray ham & Johnson, pau- ber No, 66. Dradley Ollbort Co.. aup 10.00 per supple pllea for county 17.95 No 18 Morris & Bard, pauper No. CG. Vlclo Hammock, pauper ac 100 10.00 No 19 C B. Webb, repairing Rrd-r- r count No. C7. Clee William, lumber.... 16.60 1.20 No 20 A Huddlnstoti & Co., wire No, C8. C. H. Thompson, work on ... 1.00 for coun'y 4.00 road N'o 21 Iscbat Bros., pauper acNo. G9. W. A. Dodda, lumber for 3.90 rount county 25.05 No 21 F. M. Foy, road purposes.. No. 70. I. H, Travl, mcndlnR tape 4. 60 Farmer Merchant Ilank c Total Credits to date. I charge said J. T. Scat. Sheriff, with the amount of County Iivy ot 1908 remaining In his hands at tho April term of tho Fiscal Court, as shown by Commissioner's setlement of April 7th, 1909, to bo COUNTY LEVY FOR 1909 $11,165X3 N- Your Comlssloner charges said J. T.Scat Sheriff with. County Levy assessment on $4,290,660.00 boing tho equalized value as will be shown by reference to County Assessor's books now on file in the County Clerks office at 35c per ono hun$15,017.31 dred Dollars In value nmountlugto tho sum of To 2860 Polls aa per said Book aforesaid at $1 each 2.8C0.00 To Franchise Tax received from the four (4) railroads In Ful ton County at 35c per $100 as per statement filed by the D State Auditor of Public Accounts In office of tho Fulton County Court Cleric for Uie year 1909 as follows: From I. C. It. It. Franchise (Mlsa Drench) ....$59,680.00 From I. C. H. IV. Franchlse(Louls. Branch) .... 25,440.00 j 66,350.00 From M. & O. Franchise 47,964.00 From N. C. & SL L. R. It. Franchise , $199,434.00 Sufferer from Kidney rouble. ' Total Valuation Amount ot taxes at 35c per 100.00 698.01 No, t 21 J. It. Iluddlciton, pauper 13.35 2.G No No 2t I.. A. 2". Boa, Pauper account W P. Felt & Son. supplies for county 6.95 No 2fi Allen Scruggs, pauper up pll No 27 COO Irby Bros. Pauper account 7.75 No. 28. No 29 J. T. Hani, pauper account 19.50 Swain Knrmlro Lumber Co.. for lumber 21.64 vice No 30 To Franchise tax received from the following corporations In Fiiltou County for the year 1909 at 35c per $100 aa per state nient filed by the State Auditor of Public Accounts In of1.00 fice of Clerk of the Fulton County Court, viz: No. 71. Iovelaco nnd Uurnctt, pau $ 968.00 American Express Co 26,50 per account American Tel. and Tel. Co 160.00 1.00 No. 72. C. N. nurnett, nails 3,979.00 Cumberland Tel. nnd Tel. Co No. 73. Hickman Concrete Co., con 5,097.00 Western Union Tel. Co 76.86 crete walk Tho Pullman Co 5.844.00 No. 74. Union City TlllnR Co.. til- Ky 713.00 Postal Tel. Cablo Co. of 78.62 InR Co 6,242.00 Southern Express No. 75. Tlmd Vorhlno. haulliiR lum 3.76 ber $18,280.00 Total valuation of Corporations No. 76. B. P. Wright, pauper ncct.. 63.98 At 35c per $100 amounting to 132.95 $29,794.93 Total amount charged to J. T. Seat, Sheriff No. 77. W. D. Henry, medical aer- 1G.00 No. 78. Nalfch No. No. $29,730.95 Jonea & account No. 31 Chambers, pauper 1.50 2.00 Pros., AaslRneo.... 44.00 8.00 I W Icrajvr No No 32 ,1J 2 31 J. .'. Harry, repairing road 79. A. O. Klmbro, SO. livery hire 10.00 To amount In his hands received from the Lovy of 1908, and remaining unpaid at the April term 1909 of theFlscal Court To To To To County Levy for tho year 1909 I 280. Polls at $1.00 oach , Franchise Tax on the four railroads FrauchlBe Tax on all corporations herein mentioned charge said J. T. Sent Sheriff, as follows: RECAPITULATION MIm Jeslo Outton, Road AsIr-ar- c W. C. Martin, pauper ac amounting to the sum ot 10.50 600.00 In, No Perfection graders Machine count No. $11,601.14 15,017.31 ' 81. Dick t'lia. Udford Moore, pauper nccL. & Handle, count No. 82. Santom. pauper ac 37.60 & LeKgate. M. 2,860.. , 698.01 63.98 No. 35 .No auppllea 35.00 67.50 ' 23.25 8eat livery hlro 1.60 14.00 No, 83. Dr. 36, 7 Aasigneo No Hickman Clovoland , Joint Stock Co., Hani, for haulltiK aervlcca J. Hubbard, medical ie- - Total Charge $29,794.93 CREDITS- -; April term of Fiscal Court and uald by $11,601.14 No. 84. W. E. Corum. work on lumber No and brlilgo No. 85. Carlton Hall, work on road By Vouchers allowed at 81.03 J. T. Seat Sheriff tor N 38. 79. A. M. Dcllow, Hickman No for county , to Hickman 1.50 veo acNo, 86. Charllo liaruer, worn on 6.00 7.C0 levee No. 87. J O. Allen, naming lum Grocery Co., 39.00 ber . No. 88, Walter Oliver, worK Hdw. Co., aupplloa 2.60 C9.70 pauper Tr tax Banks In Fulton County $169,821 To ono log wagon sold to II. Mangold on-- 5 , .. $18,193.79 694.37 60.00 ., Total duo county $18,838.16 (I.C8J Delinquents, Exonerations and Comlsslons.) Tho Tangible pronerty on the Four Railroads for the year 1909. to ho added and all corporations not hero reported to bo charged hereRespectfully submitted, after. Oct. G 1909. J. W. MORRIS. Special Commissioner No. 89. D. D. Davis, building hrldgo No. 90, A. A. Oliver, work veo i No. 91. J. W. Brown, work on lo- veo 3.75 No. 92, Berry McKlnncy, work on 26.00 on lo- 7,50 No peace for the kidney suferer Ordered that the following sheep Pain and distress from morn to claims be allowed, to be paid out night. of the dog tax: Get up with a lame back. R. O. Polsgrovo sheep killed Twinges ot backache bother you all 8.09 50 day. J. W. Williams, magistrate 60 M. H. Shuck, Appraiser .. Dull aching breaks your rest at 60 Chas. II. Jenkins, Appraiser 30.00 night. John Wright sheep killed. Urinary disorders add to your mis50 W. 'A. Naylor, Judge. 50 ery. Alex. Rice Annaalser .... Tj. D. Threlkold, Apnralser. 50 Get at tho cause cure the kidneys. 15.00 R. B. Scearce, Bheen killed Doan's Kidney Pills will work tho 50 J. W. Williams, MaRlatrato 50 cure. Arch Oliver, Apralser 60 W. A. Kdmlaton, Appraiser They're for the kidneys only 4.00 P. II. Smith, sheen killed.. Havo made great cures in Hickman-J- . 50 R. A. Browder, Maglstrato.. R. Weatherly, Third & Ivy sts., CO W. A. Terry, Appraiser.... Hickman, Ky., says: "For some time 50 T. N. Fields, Appraiser.... I was afflicted with a most annoying case ot kidney complaint. The kidNo. 151. S. T. Roper, work for coun ty 108.10 ney secreUons were far too frequent No. 152. R. A. Browder, work for In passage and I had to get up some 44.00 nights as often as seven times. In county No. 153. Dr. C. M. Blackford, medi the morning I felt Ured and little cal services 1.50 No. 153. Dora M. Smith. Surt. Sal like doing- the day's work. I tried ary semi 354.06 any number of remedies and doctored, No. 155. J. W. Williams, work for but to no avail. Finally Doan's Kid46.00 ney county Pills came to my notice and getNo. 156. T. N. Smith, county attor .. 350.00 ting a supply at Helm & Ellison's ney, salary No. 157. J. T. Seat shorlff fees.. Drug Store, I began taking them. 131.16 The contents ot three boxes ot this No. 158. W. A. Naylor .salary one remedy restored my kidneys to a quarter 200.00 No. 159. O. W. Whlplo, work for the normal condlUon and Improved my 16.00 health." county Ordered that court adjourn until For sale by all dealers. Price 60c. Wednesday morning. Oct. 6th, at 9 Foster-MllburCo., Buffalo, N. Y., o'clock a. m. sole agents for the United States. Oct. Cth 1909, Court mot pursuant Remember the name Doan's ai d to an order of adjournment, present and presiding the Hon. W. A. Naylor take no other. semi-annualln Sheep Claims: Watch This Space Chiffoniers Bed Room ! No. 106. V. B. O'Neal, work on road no. 11.75 107. C. Q. Fields, work on road 12.45 FOR Suits Chifforobes Dining Tables .... ,. No. 108. Robert Davis, work on road No. 109. II. II. Qreou, road , assignee.... 12.00 4.00 Spring Drugs In addition to our prompt and accurate prescription service, we have in stock all of the WHA1 . Princess Dressers Library Tables Stand Tables No. 93. W. W. Koonce, work on No. 110. J. II. McAdoo, tennis on , 2.50 road 14.00 road No. 94. Jack Lewis, work on road No. 1,11. Less Oeorgo, teams on 5.00 14.00 county No. 9C. W. T. Shankllu. work for No. 96. 14.00 Co., pau19.50 for lum349.37 road 10.60 No. 112. No. 113. J. J. w, Wardrobes China Closets Sofas Sideboards Sectio'l Bookcases WANT JJY Kitchen Tebles Center Tables Pedestals Etc., Etc up-to-da- te Hickman Drug per account No. 97. E. E. Bondurant, ber No. 98. C. A. & K. E. Bouduraut. 112.66 lumber No. 99. Hickman Bank, assignee.. 1678.97 as- W. Smith, , M. Wiley, work on road 70.10 6.00 17.00 ...... overseer.... ...u No. 114. Ernest Hurt, work on road No. 115. o. T. Self, work on road. N. King, work on road 18.00 44.10 ...... ...... lie. t, county signee No. 100. McMurry Bros., supplies for 136.02 & 117. A. W. Henry, work on road.,.. 20.00 Furniture No. 101. Johnson Schlenker, Everything to be found in an Furniture Store INCOUI'OUATJJD HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. No. 102. Cohn & Majors, medical No. 119. Oeorgo Underwood, work on 40.00 roau sorvlceB , i.go No. 103. II. L. Carter, arresting and No. 120. Juko Plant, work ou road carrying prisoners from Qruvus coun , 9.00 12.10 ty No. 121. Sum Hayden, work on road 34.00 Road Claims: No. 122. J. T. Smlthwlck, work on 6.25 Ordered that tho following road road claims be allowed. No. 123, O. A. Townsend, work on , No. 104. J. O. Browder, work on road 11.00 17.00 No, 124. Roy McNeil, work ou road road No, 105. Will Thomas, work on road 7.50 10.50 No, Lm Hose, work on road.. 908.76 No, 118. Tom Self, work on road favorite family remedies for Spring use. In our years of experience we have learned the stock and the very ingredients that are most wanted in family recipes, and can put up anything you want on the shortest possible notice. Get your favorite tonics and other recipes filled now. We carry everything that should be found in a first-cladrug' store, promise you prompt service, reasonable prices and courteous treatment. ss ,,,,. ...... .,.. "The Old Reliable" HICKMAN DRUG COMPANY (INCORPORATED) 1. J. Brown. PP 1000 Co.... 3.50 18 Robert Taylor, PP CO Co 35' II 8 Workman PP 100 Co April 6th. 1910. 63 150 Co Al Alexander IT trc, 1) (Continual from lot 2000 Co.... 7.00 K. K. Evans, PP This day camo J. W. Morris, Special Commissioner appointed to make 7U 225 Co E. J. Evans, PP settlements with J. T. Sent Sheriff, and tiled his report and ordered to No. 165. J. W. Morris, Special Com Tllman HarrlsonPP 963 Co.... 3.34 lay over 60 days for exceptions. 37 30.00 Ed Lewis PP 105 Co nilssloner Said settlement Is as follows: 400 Co.... 1.40 No. 166. Dora M. Smith, Expenses J. M. Mills, HE SiO Co 32 45.00 J. U. Moss, PP Hickman. Ky., April 6th, 1910. 86 To Hon. W. A. Naylor. Judgo of th Fulton County Fiscal Court: 270 Co fpon motion of R. A. Urowder . J. A. Pholps, TP 403 Co.... 1.74 which was Ajconded by W, T. Shank-Jin- It. 11. Hellv PP The undersigned Special Commissioner having been appointed by W. 200 CO... .70 A. Naylor, Judge ol, the Fulton County Court to make settlement with J It U ordered that tho County C. L. Hollo. PI 12G0 Co.... 4.31 T. Sent, of Fultou County, would respectfully submit tho folSchool Superintendent bo fixed at C. A. Lewis, PP 1440 Co.... 5.04 lowing report aud settlement mado with said vlx: 20c oti tho pupil Instead of 17c an P. J. Morris HE Cf heretofore, said raise to take effect J v Pattcrsou PI 185 Co Charge Him as Follows .69 195 Co... J. T. Riddle, PP from aud after Juu. lat, 1910. 79 To balance due from the County levy assessment ot 1909, In 250 Co It la hereby ordered by tho Court C. 1). Hoo, PP 35 100 Co that upon tho completion and ac- II. II. Rogers. PP the Sheriff's hands as Is shown by a settlement made with 14 40 Co ceptance Ot the loeo now being J. H. Stacy PI him and reported to the October term of tho Fiscal Court SOOCo.... 2.80 built near Union Church, that tho T. A. Stark, PP dated October 6lh, 1909. subject to delinquents and commis' 21 $ 8,831 6 Clerk of this v.ourt Is hereby author- Willis Williams PI1 60 Co sions, amounting to the sum of 44 To tnnglblo tax received from tho Four (4) railroads In Fulton ized and directed to draw a wurraut C. B. Wright, PP ,125 Co 35 100 Co for tho contract price ot aamo and Kllza Boyd, RE County for tho year 1909 at 35o per 1100 ns per statement 27 76 Co tho Sheriff Is hereby directed to pay M. Bragg, RE filed by the State Auditor ot Public Accounts In tho office 53 same out of any money in his bands Clark &. Rogers RE 150 Co or tho Clerk ot tho Fulton County Court, as follows: 100 Co 35 belonging to tho County. Geo. Phelps, HE 32C.liC0.00 From I C R II (Cairo to Fulton) Tanglblo 63 150 Co No. 1CT. Ilnlly Huddleston, Election John Rlngo, HE 69.600.00 From ICHIl (Lou. to Fulton) Tangible 11 BlascngamcI'P 616 Co.... 1.S8 3.00 W Commissioner Tnnglblo 104,626.00 From M & O It It 18 Co 60 No. ICS. Frank U. Harris, Election O. L. Oeorgo. PP Tangible 74,500.00 Fron N U & StL H H 3.00 Goalderl'l ' 490 Co.... 1.72 Comlssloner , 1.74 495 Co.... 2 days ser- R. I Morrow. PP No. 169. R. A. Browder, 1575.485.00 Total valuo of 4 railroads.,,, 6.00 W. O. Perry PP 32 90 Co vices 2,014.19 Amt, of taxes ou above 4 railroads at 36c per 1100 1.09 To J 1000 on real estate from R. J. Brown heretofore exoneratNo, 170. J. W. Williams, 2 uays ser- Wood Stanley. PP 310 Cri.... 6.00 M. L. Turnbnll, PI' 100 Co 35 vices ed by this Court at Its December term 1909, and slnco colNo. 171. Q. W. Whipple 2 days ser- Luther Watson. PP 490 Co. ... 1.61 lected by said Seat nnd hemwlth charged to hint at 35; 6.00 J. W. Whltworth PP 66 Co 23 per 100 vices 3.60 34 95 a .No. 172. W. T. Shnnklln, 2 days ser- Jake Wright. PI' SO Co 6.00 Ed Grooms, PI 20 To amount In full charged to J. T. Seat vices 120,855.86 555 Co.... 1.95 No. 173. S. T. Hoper, Clerk Fiscal R. L. Grooms, PP 6.00 J. L. Lasslter, PP 160 Co.... CREDITS .60 Court 800 Co.... 2.80 The minutes and proceedings of the L. W. Brown, HE I herewith credit said J. V. Beat with tho Vouchers Court having been read In open Court allowed by tho Court, and paid by blm by order of tho Fisand same approve! and signed by the cal Court, and riled herewith, dated April 5, 1910, ns follows: Moved and seconded that the Cumpresiding Judge hereof. It Is ordered : 114,238.65 berland Telephone now In the Jail ot To Vouchers filed herewith that Court be now adjourned. Exoneration 'allowed on real and personal properFulton County be discontinued nfler ty as shown by minutes o fSpeclal term ot Fiscal Jan. 1st. 1910 and that a rural phone Court held Dec. 1909, amounting to 144,756.60 nt bo placed In said Jan and court houso 153,16 35c per 1100 and W. A. Naylor Is hereby nppotnted counTo exonerations allowed on real estate at the A special term of the Fulton to havo same done. ' regular term of the Fiscal Court April 5, 1910, on ty Court was this day begun and held Ordered that the following claims 18,760.00 at 35c per 1100 amount ing to 30.62 for the Fulton County Court at the be allowed: Court House in thu City of Hickman To exoneration allowed on personal property at G. W. Whipple, 1 day on road.,.. present and presiding the Hon. W. The regular term of the Fiscal Court April 6th, 2.00 t 1910 on 14.735.00 at 35c per 1100 amounting to .... 16.67 A Naylor Judge. W. A. Naylor, 4th Quarter Salary. . To 966 Polls (delinquent) at II each 966.00 The following Magistrates Mere 200.00 present and answered to roll call, II. To comlsslon on assessment of 1909 on SI9,4$8.14 T. N. Smith. 4th Quarter Salary.... A. Ilrowder, J. W. Williams and O. To 10 per cent com. ou 15.000.00. .1500 175.0. W Whipple constituting a quorum. To 4 per cent com. on I14.4S8.14.. 679.62. G. W. Whipple, 1 davs service Fis1,079.62 tho following business was transacted. cal Court Total commission 3.00 Total credits ou Vouchers, Exonerations, Delinquents and J. W. Williams, 1 days services at Exonerations: Commissions 16,44.42 3.00 Fiscal Court Ordered that tho following exonerIt. A. Browder. 1 days services Fis- Balance In J. T. Seat's bands duo the County April 5th, 1910, 3.00 ations bo made to J. T. Seat, Sheriff cal Court to be paid to Goalder Johnson and charged to him 11,37143 of Fulton County. Said Seat having 8. T. Roper, Clerk Fiscal Court.. Respectfully submitted, 3.00 been sworn as required by law, Sec. 4.0v 4251 ot the Kentucky Statutes. J A Noonon, Jailer one day April 6th, 1910. J.W MORRIS. Special Commissioner nal Estate The minutes and proceedings of the l'rotxrtr. IlK-lt- eal 400 Co....$ 1.40 Court having been read in open Court J S. Beard, RE 155 Co.... .55 be allowed: 3000 Co.... 10.92 and tho same approved and Blgned by II. C. 1U1I. PP J C. Bean. ItB .35 No. 401. Dr. 8. W. Luten. medical 3.50 the pressing judge, hcrcor, it is or- W. Ii. PoIsgrovoPP 100 Co.... J. D. Baucom, HE 1000 Co., 46 Co....v .16 services B. L. Tankcrly. PP 1 1.40 dered that Court bo now adourjned. 400 Co., 3t do A L. Berry, HE, 110 Co.... .39 No. 402. W. E. Coram, hauling lum 150 Co. .53 F. allahan. BP W. A. NAYLOR, J.F.C.C. Balam Green, PP 900 Co 3.15 lT Motile Shuck, PP 21 00 1.67 475 Co., J II. Irvln, RE .49 No. 403. J. T. 8mlthwlck, pauper Elmer Threlkeld P 140 Co.... 3.15 Green & McNeclyPP 400 Co. 175 Co.... .61 account C. B. Wright. PP .0.68 7 Fred G. Green RE 900 Co.. 365 Co. . .. 1.28 A. O. Dlggs, PI No. 404. V. A. Lovelace, medical 3.63 F M Hudson hrs 1050 Co., 95 Co.... Griffey. PP J3 .39 110 Co. 40.00 Tom Hart PP Fulton County Fiscal Court M. F. Hemley, PP 303 Co.... 1.06 services G. No. 405. W. P. Felts, Supcrvlior .62 L. W. Halford. PP 175 Co., 1.72 Tax Book 490 Co.... .21 60 Co. 9.00 Will Malone, RE A regular term of the Fulton coun- Luther Watson PP .66 160 Co.... J. C. Hoper, Supervisor Tax Books 4.20 ty Fiscal Court was this day begun J. L. Sexton, PP Mrs MA Prince HE 1200 Co. Hrs HE 800 Co.... 2 SO 9.00 S00 Co. 2.80 and held for the County ot Fulton, Meacham J. E. Powers RE No. 407. R, E. Kelly, Supervisor 1.23 at the Court House in tho City ot Oma Ramsey, HE 1000 Co.... 3.60 350 Co., R. H. Plgue PP 1200 Co.... 4.20 Tax Book II. F, Rogers, Itt. , 3.01 Hickman, prevent and presiding tho a.00 Mrs MF Royster RE 860., .88 Henry Vincent RE 250 Co.... No. 408. J. O. Law son, Supervisor 1.14 Hon. W. A. Naylor, Judge. U S Shacklett PP 323 Co. 4000 Co. ... 14.00 Tax Books E. B. Wnde, RE 9.00 1.03 Taylorfc Royster RE 300 Co. The following magistrates were pros .63 No. 409. E. C. Carter, Supsrvoslr .33 ent and answered to call of roll, R. Missouri Whlto RE ISO Co.... 85 Co. Leo Walker RE 1.75 Tax Hooka Elgin Williams RE 600 Co. 9.vj 4.20 A. Browder, J. "V Williams and A. Mrs ML BcnnettHE 1200 Co. 2.87 No. 410. W. C. Johnson, Bupervls 2.80 M. Shaw, constituting a quorum, tho Annlo Bottersworth 820 Co... 800 Co. Tom Butler RE Ordered that Charley Noonon bo ex- or Tax Books 3.50 following business was transacted. 9.00 M J. Brown, RE 1000 Co., dogs No. 411. J. H. Anderson,-Supervi- ' H A. Blvens, HE 2950 Co.... 10.33 On motion it Is ordered that Wis- onerated with 13 poll tax and 2 for John Miller. or Tax Books 9.00 1400 Co.,.. 4.90 dom Hardy be exonerated' with Poll Joo J. Gates. RE No. 412. S. T. Hoper. Clerk Tax 400 Co.... 1.40 Tax S. B. Howard. HE Ordered that 7.. T. Whitley be oxon- II. Books 700 Co.... 2.45 eratcdwith 1 for one dog. W. B. Jones, HE i.vv Ordered that J. T. Seat bo exon No. 413. Baily Huddleston, Elec Kate Mosier, RE 1000 Co.... 3.50 erated with tax on 148 dogs at $1 Ordered that Court adjourn until tlon Commissioner 6.00 N. J. McMillan, RE 800 Co.... 2.80 each and certified to Auditor of Pub 1 o'clock n. m. No. 414. Melton fc Thomas, As 1148.00 J D. McMillan RE 700 Co.... 2.45 lic Accounts Court met at 1 o'clock pursuant to slgnco 6.00 5.C0 J D Peoples REPP 1600 Co Ordered that J. T. Sent be exoner an order of adjournment. No. 415. J. T. Seat. Election com 1000 Co.... 3.50 ated with the following property L. R. Smith. RE A. M. Shaw it Is or mlssloner On motion of B. P. Thomas, RE 1000 Co.... 3.50 Frank A Cole PP I 150 Co.... 6.00 .63 C. Cruce No. 416. Mr. Mntllo Hopkins, au 110 Co. .39 dered that the order allowing J I Caao & Co PP 750 Co.... 2.63 Tom Hart, PP 135 as' damage for land be reconsiderper account .61 15.60 1200 Co.... 4.20 G. W. Halford PP W. D. Turner 175 Co. sec COO Co.... No. 417. M. (. llauell, material Win Burton. RE 1.75 Lovelaco & Burnett 65 Co.... 3.02 ed and upon motion made nnd onded he Is allowed ill) tor inuor lor for dunamlllng 50 Co.... 50 Co.... R. H. Hlggs, PP .18 John Nofoh .18 8.76 PP No, 118. H. T. Rudd. medical ser .63 resetting fence 150 Co.... .88 Tow Barnes, PP 250 Co.... John James, RE following claims vices ,60 Ida Jordan, HE 200 Co.... 5.06 Ordered that the 170 Co.... .70 T. H. Evans. PP No. 419. Joo Wade & .o., pauper coffin 6.00 No. 420. C. N. Burnett, bridge and pauper account 35.60 No. 421. A. F. Robinson, paupe account 6.00 No, 422. F. M. Foy, lumber 12.00 ..No. 423. Dr. O. I Major, medical services CQ.OO 1. io.lumber j. 11, tarauorougu, nam Ing C.Ou No. 425. 0. a. Bard, for coal. Fiscal Court Proceedings: H. Sheriff's Settlement: REFRIGERATORS construction, intcnor nnd exterior finish nnd tlc fc only refrigerator that ,. It nbsolutcly snnitnry from every point of view, E you need n If you need n rpfngera. or that surpasses any. tInB on the market in SJkP- - - ''QSSBSJl iBsflMv ' 1 t Rob-Ric- h 8ft J 1 iBisLLLisVj White Frost This refrigerator vnnized flhects. is con- structed of henvy gn, The m. Dec. Term, 1909. tenor finish is of white enamel. The cxtcnor finish is cither white or golden oak cnnmel. Locks, hnndlcs, hinges nnd trimmings nre of heavy polished hrnss! Mounted on heavy roller bearinK castors. Intil.itl with ncrofelt and maltha, which keeps the temperature in the provision chamber from four to six degrees cold- er than any other insulation. Drain pipe is composed 1- .r . r oi scnmicss mass ...I.. A.l.not n piece 01 wood about luuc na the refrigerator as big a a tooth - pick. t e t We say, if you need a refrigerator at Or a larger size at Or the largest size at $20.00 25.00 30.00 then call on us and we will take pleasure in furnishing just the refrigerator that you have been looking for. The above prices do not include water coolers. U'l,-J'ro- I No. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORI'ORATKD IS CS 452 r f i r r Dick Hansom, I April Term, 1910 count 20 00 No. 463. Hickman Lbr. k. V .M 62 51 Co. lumber No. 454. Ind. Home TV). Co., ser26 50 vices No. 435. K. M. Hanson, assessing 7613 baukn No. 456. W. V. MonlKoruery, pau 6.00 per coffin .w No. 457. J. V. Hail, pauper rent 1S.O0 pnilxT ac Lowe Brothers High Standard No. 4SS. on road .. . W. O. CortwrlBht, ork 2U.60 75 Liquid Paint . And that 1 scraper No. 459. .. A. J. Ilunzlkur. work on H. H. Case. Gives Best Results it the teal one-toit- d No. 460. No. 461. Asulcnee.. 26.10 comiJtri-tionreiul- tt A. 0. IKmbro. livery hire 3.00 to No. 162. R. T. Tyler. Insurance 011 Covering eull 415.80 House Court more square (eet covered. No. 463. Oliver & Underwood Wear-result- s Two to three ytan 8.00 work for county No. 461. Bench Mfe. Co.. steel cut longer 'service, and tutface left m T 109.60 verts good condition (or ne painting. Herbert Carr. hoMInK In No. 4C6. 6.00 quest Nothing better in Hickman or No. 466. Union City TUIng Co.. County. Prices are tight, io. 26.00 tlllmr No. 167. Hickman Courier, cert, of 2.00 Klectlon .. No. 468. Naylor Merc. Co.. pauper not price per gallon i,oc-ha- lf Fui-Io- n account piles No. 4C'J. (1. W. Wilson, paupur sur 99 54 6.00 Cowgill's Drug Store (Incorporated) . m AND I I w Otl Cn m s 11 WJ lit 4 I 1 All New Spring Stock ' , No. 4:6. Bradley Gilbert & Co supplies for election Ace... 102.60 No. 427. H. F. Taylor, pauper ac count 25.00 No. 428, Swain Kannlro Lumber Co.. for lumber 21.87 No. 429, W. A, Scruggs, pauper account 45.65 No. 430. City ot Fulton, small pox claim 38.57 No. 431 Dr. C. M. Ilackford. med leal services 35.00 No. 432. Dr. J. M. Alexander. No. 474. months salary 100.00 services No. 433. A, G. Exuni, repairing No. 475. grader .60 lumber No. 434, C. E. Rice, Assignee No. 476. 46.90 bridge No. 435. L. A. Boat, pauper ucct. No. 477. No. 430, Pile" No. 4J7. No, 438. 30.00 W. P. Felts & Son, hup BroM., & 20.00 No. 470. Woodmen Tlllns: Co., for 15.06 tiling Ordered that Court adjourn until morning nt 9 o'clock a. tomorrow m , this 4 p. in., April 6th, 191 v. April 6th, 1910. Court met pursuant to nn order of adjournment made at 4 o'clock p. in., yesterday, thts 9 o'clock u. tu. magistrates were Tho following present and answered to roll call: It. A. Browder. J. W. Williams nnd A. M filmw, constituting n quorum, the following- - business a transacted. No. 471. J. W. Morris. Hpeclal com missioner I 30.00 No. 472. A. 8. Harkelt. Supplies for 1.23 election No. 473. 8. T. Hoper, jiervlce for county U4.20 Dr. services brldgu. No. 491. t! A. R. Arriiifctoii. rvpiu.m No. 495, tliaif-- paur i" suinu No. 490. Dora II Co. Hupvrlutundout No. 497. Hickman account No. 498. Ijo l" 1Ih pau r O. II. Moot.. count No. 499. P'Ur "' Btiinutt Dr. Win count No, 500. I'iikui. services l" ... "'' ' . No. COK Dr. E. U UWL..V. ur ' eal services ., No, 602, Hlckuiau l'rus i "., ,, I. 11. cur in. i C. A. & K. K. Iloudurant, for Couit houso .. No. 604. Hickman H 148.06 Crlt Jackson, work on plltn for Court llouw 10.00 No. 605. DellerswolU Jioiigil Box Co., lumber ttrtllltii firirll lit 15.00 No. 600. Ellison Hro 74.00 .. HiVUUIII .... ... lit In UUUIlii 10 . laP of count I'nscliall , pauper nc 17.75 5.6O per nccount grader No, 439. Qrayham C. Johnson, pau 16.00 28.50 E. We s. rena rlnir a Haru, pauper claim 0.00 The Cheapest Place in town to buy Screens -- 1 No, 440, No, 441 No. 412. . j. t. Irby Bros., pauper O. W. Frost, 1 of course. ' i 1 .. ber brdeo accoutjir 1.95 um 24..- c.00 No, 443, for election No. 4H, w. work VO. J. C. Browder. houso mnt L. Hamilton, brldiro 10.00 I lib llrs. J. H. & II. Lutmi. medical services 40.. k wo. iiu, iiicKtiiuii tirocery Co.. nau No. 447 algnoo No. 448, account . No. 449. work douo No. 450. . W. A. DODDS per ueconni Johnson & Rlil,.nV,.r iM 4.00 9....1 J If. IluddleBtou. 563.10 ., nau nor A, Browder. nuvlne for , 8, T, Hoper, Assignee.. W. A. Doddi, .... Ne. 4C1. lumlw,.,, 30.00 on small pox claim . tup07.00 No. 608. Johnson M'f 10 road No. 480. W. W. Koonce. work ou P CH IUr COUUljr ... 6.00 No. 609. E. I'. WrlKht luP.r ;, bridge No. 481. V. L. Vlark. burying pau COUIll por 18.00 No. 610. 1. J. OllVTil No. 482. A. A. Oliver, work on our . .1 al 10 10.00 No. 511. lllokman i" road r No. 483. J. T. Seat, services for llRhU and water, etc .: C0.0O county No. 512.- Hinun u ., -No. 484. W. K. Comm. hauling iuia uccount 10 12 60 No. 612. Hickman run-ber , ... No. 485. Suunro Deal Coal Co., pauper uttount uolk i "" 10. 00 pauper account No. 614. W. J. Houso No. 486. Mrs. T. J. Kustertiou, Court kUnil" ;,;o 25.00 tending to brldgo No. 515. Huim I tup No. 487. K. I'ollock. curlug for etc ., pauper No. 616. Cowbiii 11.00 pan on piles f- -r Jail No. 488. 8. I.. Wild, work r. 12 00 No. 617. umuiejr road No. 489. Aubo Oliver, work on road por account & 19 VJS No. 618. M "llirend. 3.76 . Ca win No, 490. Hickman Joint fitock Co., plies for eiccuun , 41 :l No. 619. Huqwa in-Assignee 139.50 ui.n,ia n o rur I No, 491. B, T. Davis, assignee.. .1 land fur A 1'i'r 49 W , 22.00 No. 620. R. ,.,.n., 111. road uhcrlft 'n nmiLIn jou...". - . w lUK No. 621. Ooalder 4.00 Ne. 498. Dr. C. W. Curlln, (1. No. 478. vlcus No. 479. Cumberland Tel. Co. ser- 27.10 cou.l A. Blnford. work iso. oo. wr ui - .... - H .., ...... .... 1 Jwdllyuvls rnC When 11 T IN I sell 7 more lots, the remainder ill be taken off the market for one year. The rest of the lots will cost from 25 to 50 per cent more than A ask for the next 7 1 sell. This is by odds the pretttest RESIDENCE PROPERTY in Hickman I BFniiTinu You Want One DUILUINIi LU I O MB i lots, mil qnitTMFRN run 2 If you get a blue mark per right band corner of ier tills week, It means subscription has expired. once if you don't want stopped. OALC I mfights nnniciON If Fiscal w - of These Lots - - Now is the Time to Get Busy m Court iimiiiiui. jiiiiv i ' -i . 400.40 ii nriiiriifti'i. nifin uii : 7xo .o p injury A. jtu.vu 20U.00 lJS vf.,rt nnil fiayior, espenitw witnesses.. 150.00 to.oo . ; rt J IIV1IHIM, Road Claims: Or ml Ihnt tho following road K. Johnston, Appraiser.. .60 I). H. Wilson, Appraiser.... .60 W. A. Naylor, Judsv .60 Will Howell, aheep killed .. 20.00 W. A. Shuck, Apralser 60 C. (1. Alexander. Appraiser .. .50 J. W. Williams, MnxIstratB .. .50 J. W. Mnyes, sheep killed.. 3C.00 S. II. Under, Appraiser 60 1'. 11. lleiirr, Appraiser .60 W. A. Naylor, Judge .60 Oco. llrnafleld, aheep killed.. 15.00 O. Ileiidrlx, ApprnUer 50 A. Thonins, Appraiser 60 no A. M. Hhaw, MnKllrato II. (! Ilraiflcld, ahtcp killed. 14.00 J. W. Ilnllow, Appralner .. .in Allen W. Davli, Apprnlacr.. .6( A. M. Bhnw, .Mntflstrnto 50 J. C. Ileiidrlx, aheep killed. 18.00 II. (I. Hraafleld, Appraiser.. .60 J. A. Thomna, Appraiser 5 A. M. Shaw, .MnKlntrnte 50 8.0(1 Julian Clionte, sheep killed.. J. J. Lose Your Money And It's Gone But if you lose your check book, we will give you another. In this lies the safety in paying all bills with bank checks. Your money is secure with us, yctreddy to ' use as you require it. man" so long You are tempting the "hold-u- p as you carry a, roll of bills. Better keep your cash in this bank and rest easy. We are at your service. J. .... ... " Vo i I j... Itnsn. overseer...... 3- J " . fc'o, lo1iKrovo, overseer prisoners 12.S0 - No. 654. It. L. Carter, conveying $ 28.20 So i- - Sa. So o Vj. "I r16 1j Va Xu Xa So Xj XV S Zi (0 H 4: A 41 Xa Xo I C Xu l' H U Xa Xa, NV "J) I Xo. No. J 3 No. 556. J. W. Williams, work for 4G.iv V H. Oraddy, overseer.. county J.UU No. 66C. It. A. Urowdur, work for .. county 25.00 v sinner, overseer. Upon motion mnde and seconded, It 3.00 .. overseer.. la hereby ordered that W. A. Naylor, It II. I'owltt, J. W. Honey and A. M. Shaw ho apInane snurr, overseer.... pointed a committee to let n contract 12.70 to build two iteel brldccs on Shuck T A Arrliigton, overseer rond near Shuck Switch. Upon motion made and seconded. It 'J.50 W J Oliver, overseer. . Is hereby ordered that W. A. Nnylor. 13.2T. J. W. Honey and J. W. Williams bo Kthel llrowder. overseer appointed n committee to let a con19.2C tract to build one steel bridge across T A Arrlngton, overseer Utile Hayou do Clilen on Cayce nnd 12.60 Alexander road and also to purchase W A Terry, uteww.. ono steel spau 20 feet long. Upon motion made and seconded It 13.40 Allen .Voles, overseer.... Is ordered that the County Judge and 2.. County Attorney bo allowed the same V II. Hudson, uverwer. . fee as tlio magistrates fur tending 32.CO special couimltteo work. Kd Thompson, overseer. . Upon motion mado nnd seconded It lS.2f Is ordered that Court be now adjourn. V II IlopT. overseer . . ed until Tuesday April 12th. lUlO. 12.75 April 12. 1910. Court met pursuant J K Gates, overseer.... to an order of adjournment made c.r.o Cth, mo. at 4 o'clock p. m., this C CI Fields, overseer.. 9 o'clock a. m. Sl.W The following magistrate wero pre C A Hontlurnnt, orersecr ent and answered to call of roll It. 4.7G A. llrowder, J. W. Wllllnma and A. Crlt Jackson, overseer.. M. Shaw, commuting a quorum, tno 2.00 following business was transacted: K C llondiirnnt, ovorseer Ordered that Porter Hay bo exon8.00 erated with Toll Tux $1.00 V V. Pruett, overseer. . Ordered that tho following claims mm UII I. be allowed. John Shaw, overseer.... No. 657. J. W. Morris, assignee.. 30.00 1.00 Lou Alexander, overseer No. 56S. J. W. Honey, assignee. i- ... THE HICKMAN BANK ESTABLISHED 1886 Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00 on tho upTho Courier Is forced to devote your Cour- considerable spaco to Uie publication of a that your county financial statement of Fulton this week; consequently much Renow at of the general news matter has been the paper crowded out. However, the state nient should bo of equal Importanco to the taxpayers of the county. It Is only once a year that these proceedings are published, and thev should be read. This statement shown where every dollar is spent and for what purpose. Wo believe a careful comparison of It with the statements of other counties will convince you that we owe much to our magistrates and county Judge for their Judicious rind etonomlcal management of the county's finances. Our tax rato is far less than it has been in bygone years the county is not In debt a dollar, and at tho same time, many needed Improvements have been made and made permanently. Taken as a whole the county Is In fine shape. True, we have a few bad roads but they could be worse. However, the Court Is planning a "better roads" campaign for this year. Let's gvo them our hearty In this, as well as all other matters, and we are sure the Court's efforts will be directed to the very best Interests of Fulton county and her citizens. Our coupon system la being hearti ly endorsed by everyone. This Is I guarantee all plumbing and tinevident from the Increase In our busining I do. If the work don't come ness. And why! Because It up right and I can't out-talyou SAVES YOU 6 PER CENT. we will cheerfully do the Job over YOU KEEP YOUR OWN ACCT. Just like any other plumber. Cotton. Save S Bil- l- on your Grocery k PAY OULY GET. FOR WHAT YOU SHOCKING CRIME. r A most shocking1 crime was uncovered at Rives last Friday. A new- MAKES YOU MOT."; CAL. 9.60 negro Sam Dennett, an road boy, wa drowned In Rig Slough, a 34.0U fow yards from C. M'. Yates' shingle No. 568. W II Treas work on road mllle, Wednesday of last week. 19.50 It seems that the boy was fishing No. CCU. Chns. ltoach, work on and fell out of a boat. Tho stream road 17.25 was narrow but tho negro could not No. 670, It. M. Chownlng, assignee. swim and Sank the last tlmo before 06.90 help arrived. He was In the water No. 671. Tobo Wright, overseer.. about thirty minutes before being 35.10 found by Mr. Yates. Ho turned the No. 572. Seat & Ijeggate. livery body over to the nergoes, but they hlro 2.50 failed to restore life. Upon motion mnde and seconded. It In ordered that W. A. Naylor and J. Wo will be glad to order anything W. Honey be appointed a comralttco you wish at the Hickman Furniture to make contract with V. T. Young Co. The largest and best store In for flvo steel bridges. Ordered Uint tho County Levy fori estcrn Kentucky. 1909 on each $100 worth of DroDertv O bo placed at 25c for expenses of tho county and 25c be applied to ronds RUN DOWN BY TRAIN. and bridges, making a total of 50c Wm. n. Mcfiehee. of th Rimh per 100 of property, and It Is fur-thordered that 15c ofthlsroad fund Creek neighborhood, ono of the leading farmers of tho county, was run go to buying nnd placing gravel on down by a M. & O. train. Monday the road. Ordered that tho I 'oil tax for 1910 about noon while crossing tho tracks, be fixed at $1.50 for each male over and had one leg broken between the ankle nnd kneo. twenty-onyears of ngo. Mr. MbCeheo Is employed as census Ordered that tho School Tax be fixed at 15c per $100 worth of prop enumerator In tho district In which erty on all property In the common he lives! und was driving in his bugschool district and ono dollar poll for gy between Moscow and Cayce look work. At the time ho years of ing after-thi-s each male over twenty-onapproached the railroad crossing, he ago to be aplled to said schools. saw No. 6T.1. R, A. llrowder. 3 days had tno train coming and thought ho ample tlmo to cross, but when $ 9.00 services near became frightened No. 574. J. W. Williams. 3 days and init a his horse stopped. manner When tho 9.00 services wns within a short distance of No. 675. A. M. Shaw, 3 days ser train crossing, the tho horto wheeled nnd vices 9.00 ran down the ahead of It. Mr. No. 670. S. T. Roper. 3 days ser McCtehee does truckknow not whether tho vices 9.00 train knocked hlm out of tho buggy No, 677. J. A. Noonon, 3 days ser or not as ho mnde nn attempt to 12.00 Jump vices with tho Impact of tho collisThe minutes and proceedings of tho ion. Court having been read In open Court At any rate ho sustained a broken and tho satno approved and signed leg and other bruises, and tho vehlclo by the presiding Judge hereof, it Is was left a completo wreck some thirordered that Court bo now adjourned. ty ynrdH beyond tho cattle guard. Ho will bo laid up for some tlmo. W. A. NAYLOR. J.F.C.C. o A COPY: Attest: 8. T. Roper. Clerk. One lady in Hickman already has enough coupons saved from "Every-bodys- " Coffee to entitle hor to a set of nlco lace curtains. AH good stores ECONOMI- claims bo allowed: No. 6CG. W A Terry work on road No. 6C7. NEGRO DROWNED. n. V, Holly, work on born negro babo was found under a culvert. Its feet and legs bad been burnt off and finger prints were on SAVE8 US A BOOKKZZrrRS' Its throat. Certain, facts led out that a new babe was at the house of a SALARY. woman named Hubbs, her two pals, US TO SELL FT 71 Mary Gardner and Edna Taylor living ENABLES with her, all shady. The babe was LESS MONEY. not wanted, so one of tho women NO BAD ACCOUNTS TO BE said on trial before Squires Holloway CHARGED TO PAYING CUS- and Byrd. TOMER. The Inhuman wretches held tho poor llttlo thing over the fire and YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR burneed It until Its legs wero charred. BILL 18 EVERY DAV. Rut It still walled. Thev tried to WE CARRY THE BEST LINE choke It to death. Falling In that, held AND FRESH they took it to the creek and came. It OF GROCERIES under tho water until death MEATS IN HICKMAN. GIVES THE CASH CUSTOMER MORE FOR HIS MONEY. GRO-CERNews-Banner. AND AGAIN SAVES YOU 6 PER CENT. TRY IT ONE MONTH. 4.25 N J V. Ilrown, overseer.. 14.24 0rl Sheep Claims: r:j that the following T II A I No. 559. Miss Jessie Outten, assignee No. SCO. Cotton & Atlnms, work at SiJail sheep No. 501. Ii. II. Lomus, pauper ac o.uu - The Teachers' Ins.tituto for the teachers of Obion county will bo hold at Troy, May 30Juno 4, 1910. What's tho use of living if you can not wear good clothes. See Schmidt. er count i- ' -n No. 6C2. I'hoate. hee killed. K'4.00 Whitehead, riumitiur, Appralger. . .60 No. 503. " 'f Itoutin, ApprnUer Najrlor, Jildgo rnieu, aueep Killed. Hollow Appralaer 6') ware Co.. 6G4. 5 O.uy No. uourley & K. is. aervlces.. 30.00 Sbacklctt Thomas HardO.SO supplies Dr V. M. Ilrlght, medical W. W. medical Hickman Grocery Co., o J. R. Turner .who established the Elite Cafo here two years ago, was here from Oklahoma this week. services 00 A Klv Ma, Aurnlxor Ullllamg. maelatrato.. 60 60 .60 No. 606. Co., work Hickman Tin & I'lumblng 5.60 at Court llouso Ordered that tho following road .... e Spring Painting When you make up your mind to do some painting remember that it costs as much to put on an Best tlillHIWi In Town inferior paint as it does standard brands. JS Painting and Papering The undersigned, formerly of Hickman, has located in this city and will do all kinds of 91 PAINTING, PAPERING J, F, Munees, of Cayce, was a pleasant caller at this otlce Monday, While talking of the freakish weather bf tho past few months, he Informed uh that ho remembered tho tlmo when Fulton county suffered n worso attack. In 18C3 ho says wo snow on May 20. and had a frost ovory month In tho year except July. O That's saying a whole lot, but no other phrase describes our ICE BOXES and REFRIGERATORS. Also they are the cheapest. If you don't believe it call and see them, and then compare the prices with those elsewhere. L0k You'll INTO'tf and DECORATING Prices right and work guaranteed. Call first-clas- s Pure Deorlng Binder Twine at 10c a pound at the Hickman Hardware Co. O get good quality with greatest covering capacity, the greatest durability, and therefore the greatest economy, because B. P. S. Paints nre resonably priced. Sold only by J. S. EDWARDS at Ur.Curlin'sOince. Somo men who aro eternally about the nress having too much freedom ought to spend at least halt their tlmo singing tho praises of (hat h sauio press for ntit publishing that it could truthfully print about them, one-tent- HELM & ELLISON O KhK) at IUlu & KilUoa's. John Phillip Sousa, tho world's greatest bandmaster, and wife, will attend the Hickman Gun Club's big three days' tournament In this city I'ext month. Also Mrs, Ad Topper-wintho world's champion rlflo shot amoug the fair sex. Chancey Pow ers, of Decutur, Ills., Geo. Lyons, of Durham, N, 0., and a score or other mult' uillllcnulrt s hbo already sent checks to Pros. 8, 1,. Dodds for their entrance foes for the three days. It doesn't matter whether you are in this class or not, you are welcome to this city and to take part lu the HOOi j use 13-it. e, -- St. Louis Furxiishing Co. OUSTSCOTTY'SRIVA L desire to inform my friend that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly belonged to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am now prepared to give you the best of service in this line. I am now selling genuine I Notice 4.75 A TON Directors Disapprove Man Who Burned His Money. Henry C. Ostermann'e Thieat to. Show Paris How to Spend Coin Loses Him the Presidency of Company. Chicago. At the height of a spec- Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. A. A. FARIS To the Public PHONE 73 When in need of TIN and PLUMBING WORK for quick service. teed and strictly All work guaran' tacular careur a a spendthrift, In which ho threatened to eclipse "Hcot ty" of Death Vnlley, Henry C. Oster mann, founder and former president of the Ostermann Manufacturing: Com pany of West l'ullman ruccntly no ered his connection with the concern. After dazillng .Valla Walla, Wash , Detroit, Mich., Chicago and other Cities with his prodlKallty ho said recently he would go to furls to teach Parisians how to spend money. Ostermann, It was said not only relinquished the presidency of the com pany, but sold all his stock and with drew from the business. In financial circles It was said the directors told him his pleasuro Jaunts had brought unpleasant notoriety to the company, and he must either buy all out other stockholders or sell his owu holding The mau who had burned $20 bills to see what color the flame would be and cave a cafe scrubwoman ICO tu ascertain what she would do with It. was told, It la said that he had worn out his welcc1 In the company's of flcea. He la reported to have received $250,000 for his stock. Efforts were made In the office of the company to keep hi retirement from becoming public. That Ostermann had given up the presidency waa admitted, but no details of the chango were told. At the Ostermann home, S3t Monroe avenue, a relative of the former manufacturer said It was true that Oster mann had severed hla connection with tbo company, but declared noao of the family had nnytblng to say about It Ostermann was not at home and could not be located. Not many years ago, Ostermana waa poor and employed aa a railroad engineer. He Invented a coupler and organised a company to manufacture All On. 1L Within a few year he was Curse of the Community Old clothes wealthy. today? He sjalaed a reputation In Chicago C. D. 8oph Yep. Hut they're all for bis lavish entertainment, but It I've goL Cornell Widow. Ingrt-dlont- Advice te th Mlddle-AaeAfter you are 40. you may, h you are not a fool, chooai vnur nwa nil.. your own medicine and your own rood. Hut you will find that the more Jockaon, In tho lower bottom. Tho you are In the open air and the more you are with other neonle the Imli.r Infirmities of old Ago caused, iter you will auccwd. You will also And Urandnm llrent had resided In this mat mere is nothing gained by brood Ing over failure. Kdward Kr.n county for about twenty yeara, but Is Il,lc. waa a native of Tennessee. 8ho u survived by two children, Mr. Ann Mott's Nervine Pills near town, and Taylor Jackaon, of King, of I.nko County, Tonn. The great nerve and brain treat Ilurlnl took place at llrownsvllle ment for men and women, produce graveyard, Wednesday. strength ana vitality, build up the O system and renew the normal vigor. For sale by druggist or by nail, l CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED per box, 6 boxea for $6. Hickman with Local Applications, aa tboy can Drug Co., Iaeorperated. not reach tho seal of the dlsoase, O Catarrh la a blood or constitutional A Word for the Unsatlifled. dlseaso, and in ordor to euro It you Those who are quite satisfied sit must tako Internal remedies. Hall's f til' and do nothing Those who are Catarrh Curo la taken internally, and not quite satisfied are lh sole beneacta directly on tho blood and mucous factors of the world Ijnilor. O surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine, it waa proscribed Watch for the ULUE MARK on by one of tho best physicians In this upper right hand corner of your country for yeara and la a regular the Courier. It la to notify you that your prescription. It la composed of the subscription la about to expire. No best tonic knon, combined with tho papers are acnt out after the sub Lost blood purifiers, acting directly o scription ta oat the mucous surfaces. The perfect -- c combination of tbo two Is what produces such wonderful The Hickman Courier baa a nice 2 story brick houso and in curias Catarrh. Send for tes two good lota for sale cheap. All lm timonials free. Frank J. Cheney & provemeuu, two collars, cistern, etc. Co,. Prop., Toledo, Ohio. It will cost $2,000 to build house, our price $1400. Ask for No. 64. Sold by druggists, 7Cc. O Family Pill for const! Take Hall's patlou. Tho Hickman lulllo IJbrary will bo opt-every Sunday afternoon from May 1st until next winter. This will Blistering. Seymour (Inspecting on a raw day give the busy bualncsa man a chance the framework of the home his friend to derive soma benefit from Ibis la erecting) Are you going to line the house with building paperf Ashley (with chattering teeth) Not For a strictly high grade patent If I can afford mustard plastera. flour try White 8wan, JUd Hose or Carnation Travis. A Mistake. Her Father l am expecting seme sealed proposals at my office tomor row " Doa't The Belle (Interrupting) WHY NOT TRY? open any, pa; they're for me. Popham'a d. GRANDMA BRENT DEAD. "(Iramlma" Nancy Hrent, ago abont 95 year, dlfit Tuesday about noon at tho home of her grandson, Hlsty DOCTOfiT OPERATION Cured by Ly dia E.Pinklmm's Tcgmamc compound 1 fell, a Yw fctf .& ier w.i mimv SET In n short time u I - i catne uouiurod mo ao iu..,lliiH,i, Y M ft a 1UUU tt i.ep Jt lfrt larch n-- :. Jl.nvir.tt J '1 Dot go to "aWMtie,,,, i l' l aluil cwof tin but doe. i. rs i MliuikLd hot- .J mvlimimj - "icwinr , ; if o ... t 'Iwouldluifto Mf I ltclnn,.., lilt told nxnot tyUko Lyju (miiouiiiL to you for to pet discount K. advice a J ) .1 1 six-roo- t i lurr.i I did take It ami f la tor aide broke and an it ' uJ IL IU III I.Y.7I3 ili'if Til Ale Gilffx Knns. Lydla K. IlnVb.Aiii tgt table Coo. twjuiid, made frm r 'i at.l bftu to lie M.e rn . lias proved w s fjrmiof remedy for curing' L female Ilia, Ittdiit!) 1 di'pii-tinrat- l'lnkhatns Ititlnmnull'm, rt iina. Iiaikxde InjMlown feellne, t'attilewy jmilpv Uon. and nervoui nntrti in lteoiti the molt but a trlrto to try it las Wn worth m.utuni to but itrtro-Urltlrf. tierlcxllc b't id turn d ufferlng women. I f yon wrnnt .iMal advice write forlt to.lrK.PIiikli!iuul.Tnn.Mat. t In free und nlwii)s lirlpfuL OooooooooooocO o O O I I ASTHMA REMEDY o o aire prompt and positive relief la first-clas- s. His Way. "What Is Uat uncertain knocking every ca.se. Sold by druggist, o price $1. Trial package by O mall, 10c. William' Mfg, Co, Prop, Cleveland. O o I WAN I AU. The Chtjpttt advertislrg i Medium I Read b; 3,000 People Every Wtik t COSTS ONLY ONE CENT III A .uunitH PEn WORD PER WEEK, that I Let Us Figure With You And We'll Do Your Work "That," said the medians, ia the spirit of your departed husbaaf." "I guess ll'a him. all right; that' Just the kind of noise he used to soak when he eame upstair late at algaL" Ancient. Guaner Borne of the musical com edles oa the road these days are back hearr OeooeoeeeeeeiO A Chance to Save We have a lot of things cheap. left at the number. Guyer I Qunaer Hickman Plumbing & Tinning Co. Phone the older the chorus girls or the jokes. In the Year 2000. The Old Kesldent For some rrasoo the air doesn't seem to be so fresh at it was when 1 waa a boy problem? Guyer Why, to discover which call them "problem plays." What In the deuce la the Is Oil Mill, and will sell them to you We have 73 E. W. Adams, Sec. and Treas. Henry C. Ostermann. waa not nntll he west cm a westers J. Q. Adams, Manager great wonder, Just think how much It baa been contans-inatesince then by gasoline from air great-grandpa- . His No ships. trip money to the winds. list October that he scattered Visible Writing: Originated Twelve years ago in the UNDERWOOD STANDARD TYPEWRITER TODAY It Is recognized ern business. at the one typo of machine practical for mod. have fallen Into line and , THE RESULT All of the old time maker have adopted this construction. 1 Tlila stamp of approval from rival manufacturers baa tut served to strengthen public con fid unco 11 the macblno that lias led the way. Don't be persuaded Into buying a "trailer" look over tbo Underwood and you will understand why wo nay it Is "The Machine You Will Eventually Buy. " He went to Walla Walla and attractby his exed national attention travagance. He spent $3,000 In four daya for tips, It waa said. He allowed no one accompanying btm to buy a drink, paid a band $20 whenever It played; tore a $100 bill and gave the band leader one half, with a promise to give blm the other half when he finished playing and then threw $S bills at newsboys la the streets. Barly In December he went to Detroit, and repeated hla performances there. It was said he ordered chamspurned pagne for "everybody, change for $50 at the bar; pinned $20 oa a bellboy's coat tall; stuffed $20 bills In the pockets of an old man la the barroom, and calmly burned two $10 bills. When he announced, that he Intended to go to Parla to "stir thing up." be said: "They tell m they're pretty apry In Paris, but they'll have to go some to bold me down. Let me get a few friends and there'll be something do ing from Montmartre to the Place Aa he spoke be gave a Vendome." waiter a $10 tip for serving wine. Henry C Dolph of the Ostermann company did not deny that Ostermann virtually had been, aaked to resign. "Ostermann may have gone out and bad good times." be said, "but It Is hard to believe he waa so rocklesa as ha been said. The publicity he has brought upon himself has Injured tbo company a business and Is bound to aSect hla credit and that of the com pany." Making Sure of the Main Chance. He (pointing) I understand that the Frontenaca a nice apartment Bouse, She lie- - apartment? ried Hhe- Are you thinking of taking an get mar- Not unless I should rood cook. He Wouldn't It be saer to marry a cook who would make good wife? Life. If auccesa doesn't turn the average mau's head ll'a because he has a stiff oeck. Vox Fsmlnl. "Vol for wom.n!" la th. cry That echoes up to Knfland'a aky. Hut ov.r h.r. tliry do not call for auch a thing as voire at all Ah. no. tli.v claim, Inat.ad of votaa. Hats, dr.aa.a, ahoea, new alov.a coatal O want to live In an tpartment housa you should be sure tnd get a wife who would make a - If you Bricks, Fence Potts Sheet Iron, Iron Tanks Water Pipe, Shovels, Fork Cinders, Wagon Scale Cochran Water Heater Large Oil Tank Small Tanks Engine Indicator Ring Oil Pillow Blocks Settling Tank, Shovels, Forks Roll Top Desk, Large Table Two Small Tables Addressograph and type Stenographer,! Ch'rs 3 Plain Chairs Safe, Stoves Bookkeeper's Desk and Stool Burrough's Adding Machine ia Cabinet for Stationery-Wate- r Filters Small Counter Scale Postal Scale Letter Press See me at' the Oil Mill Office Uulte'a Excellence la tho name of our new, high grade flour, guaranteed to be the beat in Hickman. Your money back it not aatUflod. Uuttera worth & Pratber. NOTICE. An examination of appllcantu for County Diploma will bo held at tho Court Houso on Friday und Saturday, May 13 and H. DOHA M. SMITH, RUSSELL JOHNSON WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. WiiUam.' PILE8I Indian PILMI IMIo THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO. Inc. Cor. Main and Fourth Sts., LOUISVILLE Try the Courier's Want Column-le- per word Have you neclected your kidneys! Have you overworked your nervous Sup. Tbo best flour over brought to system and caused trouble with your Hlckiaau Uul,to' Excellence and AuO kidney and bladder? Have you pain tumn Leaf each sack guaranteed A good farmur phoned In from tbo in loin, aide, back, grolna and bladTravis. country and said "Bend uiu out a der! Have you a flabby appenruueo O dollar's worth of that good "Every Anything you want that we haven't body Coffee" Its the best we over of the faee, especially under the eye Too frequent a desire te pais urine T Hot In Furniture we will be glad to had." order It for you. Hickman Furniture If ae, Wllliaa)' Kidney I'Ula wlU our Company, Try ll-l- lke It REO. yJ--t rtmtgdir, Mm Mo. -- OtagrtJ, I cure Wind, Uleedli It abwrba the ost 1,,"w,glTe, t- onccacU .tant relief. the private par U. n..ll R0b and 11 Will'1'" Ohio. Propa., Clerolaml. Q U prepared n"- Williams' SSw.rf - a W : a gsasaiaj I RAILROAD DOPE. ,, assT ssfl WHATTHE SOUTH On Suiting the AboHt the "sieesUi" Keeling tor ssi tho purpoeu of evWK "ways anl .Met-i.HK'MKg" for gotlto; th ssl i. riulf railroad la Wvtlkl froM Tlptonvlllo to lUckssn was hW at tho Lyric TUoaire Tuoway awrnwn. Messrs. Latta and Rke, the nroWMjU Chlo i.ru U.'.ird tirpm.nt HHrf tueir onglsal proposition PCOPIO asking ttw .,1.. Ol IBO UOUUHI UUB linn ni.n ti..,i U10 ii.iww rilHt-ttt-Wa- to i' WINDS MM? l), com n whlapar eat da roa.a on da aouth wind Hard'to'Suit For years we have been pleasing the Excelt. and suiting the lence has been woven into the materials, sewed in with the tailoring and embraced 'in the style of A. E. Anderson & Co. s clothing. Young men who have' deeply rooted convictions on the subject of clothes are due here for their Spring outfitr hard-to-plea- se hard-to-sui- troiu uiau. KuilOu coumy linu to Hick' 11 11. Wiiaiin. I!. A, A. tariH fkuro T. coinilluo to KOIICII UU lUsrucUoiiB iuuua anu 16 WonduraHL au4 uk a rism-vi-wa- "Bot uuay. It laugh about it bllnuJ dat 'ui yitud-Jtlowln' y wr tt frU. Pa It lu'i o' aprlmtlma, an It till ui not 16 bring- ta m.dd.r will b fcolf comln' srn irt far far tar I lone anough wlnd.r daaa loaf baalda jrt da ehdttcd an ila roa.a on d war. pa aouth wind t r UUc baan coma lak day naah b.an no a now, r.n r da mawnln' I nr (wine ( i.nib up aoon, It tar da wlndar an It taaaa ma nld puffutno pal maka ma tlilnk da o'cha'd It already ahlta wld bloom; It ai wnah la da vt'lata dat It fotch ua war laa' May Ka aar day's mo' an da roaaa on da way. I bUma af It don't taaao ma twall I go an taka a look To aaa how la mah nahSoU n man llnan Una an tioek; It cnuckta 'bout da rlvah. an mah flihtn' placa. an all, dat I put Twall I git down da baU-bo- t. Xa dan It lUck Xn Da tho. fruai ma tr . i Suits $15.00 up awsy laa' fH. touch da buahaa wld dat'a moughty whlapah dat da roaaa It baan atahtad gr en da way. aouth wind aho'ly aoothln' whan It 'Iowa It baa mora en, Kn tay day mo' aprlnga comln' daaa da aama dam dat'a gona. I tUn dah at da wlndar an It braah ma In da fata Rn low dat Of Man Wlntah'a at tha ftnlah o' hla faca. I a i da aouth wind plaaaa, ma'am, won't yo' coma right In an atay It Utigh dat It mua' huatla all th roaaa on da way. with special invitation to critical men to inspect the line. s i. Dixiila uddreaud U10 luuctilllf. Btaiiu. .rioiiy uia posiuou m U10 inai-lu- r. 111 buubucce, tbe survey ruu ovur uia bottom tariu lor u uitaiauco ut huuUl turuo uiliua. ruuulug turougu or near luur or live tuuunt Uouata. lie tUluka Uo will be K really uamageu anouiu tnu roau do bum and aaya uu, win bo compclieu to Uebi uio propu-unionlie rt grots Uoiuk placV-- 111 tula posiuon, as, ncrutolort, hd ha ulwaya bcCu on the booeUiiK aldu. Mr, Latta aald among o'Jior things thut 4.1icy wero auxlous to coma to iiiLliuau. but could not do ao wituoui ot Uiu mo assistance ana citlzons ot illckinan and people along tho lino. That they asked tor no money until tho road wad In opera ot the amount tion; then em one year later the bal anco. Arranscmcnts were made to take the railroad men to the bottom yeaturday to sou If a alight deviation could not be made In tho survey that would uiako It satisfactory to Mr. Dodda. At present the road Is being ex tended from Tlptonville Uila way, or through Ko. 9 bottom. Should it como n further, the company wilt be amply repaid for their Investment in handling the timber ot that section. Every effort should be put forth by our people to get this road built. We aro becoming too negligent with our opportunities. This matter had just as well be settled one way or another In this good month of May. on.-uulf. iuu-scrlb1 u Of course prices tor plumbing aad tinning will come dowa sow, but you will hare to get my prices to see Just how low they go John Cotton. Taking Chances. Tnare waa one a young man who mat two glrla who were constantly toiethor Now, h waa an astute young man, and ho desired to say omalhlnx nice and agreeable to tha Udlei, but he knew that If ha paid a compliment to ona of them, no matter which one, tha other would be moment, So he thought rapidly (or and then said: "Ah, I know why you two ittrla are ilwaya tonether." "And why" aaked the two girls together aaya that a "llecauae everybody handtome girl alwayi ehooiea a homely one ai a companion, ao that her beauty may ba enhanced by the con' ...Straw Hats... The comfortable Straw Hat is now in season, and Bradley & Parharh is again the center of all that is most worthy and stylish in straw hats. All weaves, all shapes, all prices and at every price a better hat than you ever saw for the price. A wonderful line at , DAILY DIET HINTS By DR. T. JL ALLES Foad SptcUUit. . DRINKS WITH MEALS. hurt LOO trait" Elthar both glrla would be angry or delighted, after auch a remark. And what do you think happened? The two stria bluabed and said he waa a flatterer and went their way together, each happy for herself and orry for the other. with him, BRADLEY & PARHAM SUNDAY WEDDING. Miss Mary William Wood, of Mt, NOTICE. Miss I.ucy Smith, ot this city, and A teacliers' examination will be Win. Tucker, formerly of Nashvillo, held at the Court House, on Friday w.ero quietly married at tho residence and, Saturday, May SO and 21. Dbrn ot Jailer Noonoif, iu this city, Sunday M. Smith, Co. Supt. afternoon at 3 o'clock by Judge W. A. Naylor, It. T. Tyler returned from St, Louis Tho bride has been acting in tho capacity ot bousekeeiier for Uncle Jo? Friday, wheie he has been under the of physician for for boiuo time. The groom has been care are aglnd to learn several weeks, that his health In the Ut S. army until u few months We ago. After his discharge ho came to Is greatly Improved. Hickman nnd "enlisted" with tho Men gel Box Co. H, D, Johnson was In Nashvillo They will make their home In this Sunday. His wlfo will be ablo to recity. turn homo In a few days. Yen- - little has been done at this week's session If the circuit court at Fulton. Most of the time has been spent getting ready for tho Hugg murder trial.-- it was Impossible to get a Jury In that end of tho county and more than f iff Hlckmanlteswcro summoned Tuesday night and last night to hear tho case. JtNwlll prob nuiy go to trial today. Rev. Wright ,of the- Paducah Epls copal church, will preach tho bacca' laureate sermon for-- the Hlck:uan col lego graduating class at tho court house next Sunday morning at 11 o clock, Everybody Invlled.. - Helpful. "Getting your aprlng hat already?" aiki the bosom friend, meeting her at the mtUlner'a. "Yea. Indeed. It will be a great help to my husband," replies the wife of toe drudging humorist. "Help to hlmr "Yea, It will make him ao angry ha will work off hla wrath In a lot of Joke on the new atylea and that will bring In the money to pay the milliner." Sterllue. Ky.. nnd Mr. W. 3. Saun- der, of Atlanta, wero married Friday morning at 11:30 o clock in tno parlors of tho New Albany hotel. Hov. 0. T. Wright, rector of 8t. Paul's plscopal church, officiated. Miss Wood has been spending sev eral months In Albauy with her father Mr. td Wood at the New Albany. She and Mr. Saunders met several months afeo. They made their Inten sions known to no one until yester Fa ma's Ktndnen. Fame came and placed the laurel day, and to their many irionus tno announcement came as qulto n sur wreath on the brow of the hero. 'Ai a ipeclal favor to you," aald prise. Fame, "I will guarantee that the cigar The bride is on attractlvo young which la named for you will atay or woman of lovauiu uisposuiou mm th market long enough to be atnoked iimnv accomplishments, anil possessor by the boy bablea that alio will be of a beautiful soprano voice. named for you." Mr Raunders. the groom. Is well known In this city, where he spends several weeks out ot each year, lie What Aunty Lacked. me Children, when I was your age I Is In tho collection department 01 and Company ou!d not have laughed as you do International Harvester heretofore hns been making Atlanta at my old aunty." Tho host of friend "Hut, aunty, maybe you didn't have hU hoaduuurters. that ho has made here will be dean old aunty that was aa funny as lighted to learn that he will mako Alours." bany his heautmarters In tho future. Herald, Albany, Oa. O The habit of taking a warm drink with meals Is almost universal. Ideally nodrlnkshould be taken during tha meal, although a little warm drink may be' taken after eating. Coffee is tha most objectionable of the ordinary drinks, cocoa the least so. Coffee retards digestion, has an Injurious effect In many cases upon the heart, and frequently prevents sleep. To eliminate it add a little cereal coffee anal' Increase the amount gradually till the coffee Is, entirely omltj ted. Cocoa contains a slightly Injurious principle, but If not made(strong may be substituted for tea or coffee. Cereal coffee contrl 1 little nutriment, but is harmless. After a supper consisting of fruits, as prunes, dates or figs, or clce or toast, with a spoonful of olive oil, there Is no objection to a drink of warm cereal coffee or weak cocoa. The chlif objection is to taking liquid after a proteld Oil coats proteld, premeal. venting full access" of the gastric fluid. But after a meal depending little upon stomach digestion this Is not unfavorable. (Copyright. 1900 by Joseph 11. Bowl. Cotton, the plumber. Phone Wo servo UEO Parlors. CS. Harris Ico Cream Congratulations. ROUTE Rev. Mays, NO. 5. of Dresden, filled his regular apolutment at Heelfoot SatSunday. A largo crowd urday and Charlie scue, ot Obion, visited lu this neighborhood Sunday. The singing at B. K. Dames' last Saturday night was very much very Miss Irene Wilson, Blck Correct Clothes for Gentlemen Should embody Style, Character, Individuality Quality and Comfort. The "Clothes Beautiful' embracing all of these salient points, give to their wdarers an indefinable and inimitable air of smartness. They cost no more than the ordinary Models for every man from the "sporty" COLLEGE CHAP to the conservative Business Man. who has been with measles, is much Nora Was Used to Thtm. Nora was a new cook nnd the North tde lady was exceedingly humiliated when her husband fumed and finned and danced around the tnble like bear because dinner was leu minutes late "I hone you won't mind him dancing around that way, Nora?" she whispered, apologetically. ' Not me, mum," assured Nora, with a smile. "Faith, 01 am used to ut. they ther last place I ofteu had dinner dances, Indada they did, mum." ft wur-ruke- nnrtv.Thn uuests were required to accept the InvltatloiiB In left hand-- i Kach guest had his right d writing. nrrlved Don't forget to renew your aub-- arm bound, and ns they A left hand with left hand. crlptloa. ed drawing contest was n source of .mirii amusement Bud resulted In Ilulte'a i.xcolleueo and Autumn beautiful caricatures. Hefresh Ieaf best flour made Travis. ments were served. Tho guestn w.re m ua IjuiIhu Atwood and Guy Halo, O mu nhuridito Hubbard and lMward A new drink a dlffereut drink Prather. Miss Annie Cowglll and Qua "It, 1'opper" at Helm ft Mlllaea'a. Aloxandw and Hobt. Dellow, ...1 reg-i.i-r..- W. CI. Uorunn speiit Sunday with ruliilives :u Uyer.'jing. Mrs. Tom Hogers died nt her home at Kulton, Monday auernooii. All teachers of Hickman College ......... r...iirtiil for next school term except Miss Mlllan Johnston, music ....... 1, r wiui iiiil not ask for the Miss Menu Dlestelbrlnk will inr lake her place. On Wednesday evening of last week H iu ui.. iinth n son entcrtnineu ahand .ir.n.ii m virv uulnuo left Miss Ucorglu Council, ot near Hog ers, is spending a few days with Miss Vera llowurd, ot near Crystal. Hurtle Qreou. of Mluulck. cumo un to spend n few days with W. W. Coil ell. Mrs. Robert Irvine and daughter, Q race, of Prutemus, spent Saturday night with II, W. Howard and family. Mrs. Alma Naglo, of Union City, Is spendluiia few weeks with her mother. Mrs. W. T, Vaught. Charlto llarnes. of Obion. Is vis Itlug Mnt llarnes uud fumlly this wui'k. Miss Vera Howard, ot Crystal, spen Saturday night with Miss (leorgin Council. llev. Metheny will fill his regular appointment at Mt. Manuel Sunday Miss Callle llarnes spent Saturday night with Miss Nellie Escue. S15 to $4:5 To avoid mistakes be sure to look for this label None warranted without. PECK rASHIONAHU CLOTHC3 Co o The river during the past week has risen about seven feet, and will continue to rise a few days. No dam age Is expected from (his rUe, how. over. BALTZER & DODDS D. G. CO. (Incorporated) 1 WALDON FAWCETT coprfffttfT mora? naxMhsM m irtWi'M'kWWsc Mala and mutwe by ta JKor MlcthMi t the foo4s ymi eat A good iwwy pfefH were surprised to Rfid mMmmI sttoced at the tviht ia lht of feeds recemmesdrd; but K the artkto had appeared la nn RnftMsn r Scotch pper every reader would hare expected te see first ftaea glrea to (eetl oahneaL As a mtter ot fact, flreat Britain ind Knrope come te us for tremendous quantities of Quaker Scotch Oats bemuse H represent te them perfect food, being the rtehest In flavor and best In cteanUflCM and turUy, or all oatmeals. It Is packed In rrjular alto packages, and In Hermetically scaled tins gg for hot climates. The Dectsrs Osta. A Howard girl who wiui uncertain ns to her exact age, an hfr father and mother uiro not agreed on the yar of hrr birth, decided to go to the physician who "attended lht casr." He said! -- Why, certainly, Hiy dear girl. go and exnmlee my old books,' I'll When ho came hack to report, ho said: "I ftmf your father charged with a glfl baby born on the 'steenth day of April. 189 , and I also observe he still owes mo for yeu," Howard (Kan,) Courier. A- Hew eftfffl de ye tst tM feedf A sbott time there smkmtH ( the columns of o of the rtrrmlnent aj Hoods Leads all other i &ar$aparia medic humors Joss ot tired feeling, palcnc s nervousness. Take it , JJgJ k Centurr "al'l - nr. OH It today In u,, ., RHEUMATISM C-- hr the B, B, !. iMuniii.;....,i 3,.,. ,'M 1 B.. -- Teslad for an l Irak" . T Marvel of i.v v QLsWaQ i3 saw,-kin t&rk .nj burn., 5,.,,-- u-i Vr-'till lltbr tn (IV II n4 lunUfO. iH . .,. ' , 'fJ u - 4 more nam M. II. II. klrrmtk Jon "if; ,,! L squitoes. fire from mo- or rftc BCACft stihiiner vaiat!6n Ufa tins shown 'fcrester cx- . ransioa and dejclop- mfent during. r.ceo.Bt years than camping, Or TO tut oP'Arnerleaa f m llsssBltssSsvlsssK 0oytfnrep3 Up. take In doing so, On tho building and conduct of your fire depends your comfort in camp. Never use a camp stove ir It raa no avoided. the trees and sometimes snake a mis- campers- - try to get Into the shads of Many Ml itB.I h.. B,u lk.iMl tNi. lor hr f.iiL.T'. , of coastwise -- nature cem to be. veil ngh. UBlveraaJ, :) has no geographical limits and It la not restricted to any Inclass of society. deed, strange ns it may seem, many wealthy folk who have long been accus tomed to the acme of luxury in their dally life are now met"athBsIaMlc"aboufTroUghtng It" for an Interval every yearv Perhaps 'the secret of the convertfoJnr.tl)$s'e Iqvcrs of tjielr own com fort to the camping fad la found In the fact thai every attribute of luxurious life Ij no Jv( found in only slightly modified form in the unconventional life of tho realm of woods and waters. There could be no greater mistake on tho part of the uninitiated than to suppose that "camplns out" In this twentieth century necessarily means the rather primitive existence we' have always been wont to associate with the nomadic expeditions of hunters' and fishermen. That form of life 'In the open 'is still In rogue among a steadily growing number of devotees and they are, one and all, ready to declare that It is the only form of camping worth while All the same these sportsmen-camper- s 'who dwell for the most part in I temporary habitations of canvas, brush or bark, aro hopelessly In the minority these days la comparison campers who with the dwell in what are known as "permanent camps." These perraaOnt camps are in many Instances set down in surroundings Just as rustic and rugged as could be found for the temporary sbel-terbut they are designed for longer continuous occupancy; It Is the camp which has been respon sible for enrolling In the category of t t campers hundreds and thousands of women who do hdtcIlice'bugsand smoky fires aad other tra'dltldhal camp life In lls'moro elementary form. And because the women have gone in for camp life- - In considerable numbers' and have, of course, taken the children to the, camp environment It, has come about- that tho .average permanent camp, unlike the makeshift .affairs, is occupied for weeks or more likely months at a time and, where circumstances per-rait, continuously from Juno to October, The very term permanent camp Implies some-thin- g much more costly and pretentious than tho tent or tepee of tho camper, 'but while this Is usually the caso. It is not. necessarily so, 'There are canvas abodes which rank as permanent enmpsf but they usually take the form of "'tent houses" rather than tho hastily pitched tent of the nomad. A tent bouse,. It may be explained, has tho canvas roof and walls stretched on an Inexpensive wooden framework which gives a stability that I welcome when high winds pro-- " vail. Likewise does tho tent house have a Moor ' in the form of a wooden platform sufficiently elevated from tho ground to dodge dampness and most likely it has facilities for leading through ' the canvas root a'etoreplpo which constitutes the tangible evidence 'of cooking equipment of a supposedly more dependable character than the open campflre. In the, less expensive, grades of the permanent camp, too, are bark bouses that can be. constructed quickly, and at a very low cost "wfll" remain' weather tight1 fdr months with no attention, . Ascending the scale 'of expenditures, wo come to the cabins, the shingle houses and tho stone lodges that have become bo popular as rustlo Monies where the "camp" is designed as a family abwle for months at a time. And from these icamps, which may Cost only a few hundred dollars apiece or at most a few thousand, wo Advance to thou marvels of the modern camping world the log cabins of our multimillionaires, , wheroln may bo found all the luxuries from tiled 'paths TO' electric lights. These present-daof th$ rich for "roughing. It" in approved fashion aro"r'eaily' entitled' to rank as marvels of Yankee achievement," Some of thorn, such as the ''cam'pa." of- Alfred VamJorbllt and J, I'lcrpont Morgan, aro burled deep In-- ' the heart of tho wildernss-rraI- es from tba nearest rail-- i store, and yetoouse row! ttattov it aro entertained ipartlcs-u- f Irotd at these retreats wltsfalFUo perfection of detail sr.te meuif and, service that could reasonably, be f Wrtcd In a, NjpwioFvillaA ' tout with For a Jt,li)Prary cauipa, sliigle-pojat fly is tho' most popular. It has u.any ad van- --d s, nt - ol of getting back to j where often largely of much Alaska, the fuel Is In com-nose- rLKHi:TrHKi:byriii,, Vrr1', Deaf n cm Cannot Be Cured Bllc4irc,ra. '""wwttijn, MrtUrtUm. u lkT ttmM Mil H T Mnl iwim l Ua t, hrrf w tmlr an rM rnr OnklaMfc m4 itol Vr ramiuiuiai mwn. U nutnl r u UCom4 rMiu ( im u UM iniua tin tad at rm IMuwu Th 5, 94, 83.B0, S3 & S2.50 Kr (l Uf(. s4 mhf H btrkUia muml t Iwt-kikml b Mrrt Um fttrtf rka4. rma l SXSfc. tmil. tkt mn tM MUaituiM lalw mtuml a rj twntl wulk m4 Ulra tww kla U U nit"l Kwrm. kw run out no f r(MNl bf Cklwrt. vkirh k Mku bvt m URanmt m&Hm 4 im animt niftem. w Oa HmlrM tiuiten a ur imm t Ritm (mtMr4 br MUnkl to ttmtu. to lut rAnftoa T IMS Uhn lnv4 tn. BCOAUSEt "I M W. C DOUGLAS M W SHOES rl Till Hta fHf VUU fee iwwiiptitia. d crooked porous alders, you may need a Yukon camp stove, la y camp are lightness and the fuel that It Is easily set tagea. chief of which floor cloth of good canvas, to bo tied In at It thould have a A netting new terms every day," ha said, without looking up from I never heard It the sporting page. before, but as ocean liner Is probably a hotpfHVthat Isn't Jafleldrd well and roll Into a puddle or something." She madii no answer but when he bad gono to business she phoned the doctor about hUa. SThoyro Mrs Users" she asked. At or About This Tims. "Why do they call them ocean W. I. lh.ugl.1 ai.iintliunniiMt. Ml una w4r, U rth.r IHikr4 riMllnv SkUKI IntlUM. ll. VV.I.InicUaajM, VT - I IV the corners. The bed of browso or straw can be made under this floor cloth, so that the wholo tent RomMM told htm ullawnru wis II Inacllrv rauard tT ' Uhltis NATUIUrrt HKMKUr. hi nttursl color rtlurol. ma brain cirami. lila llvrt aaa amln axuvc Ml Utlfta nvtr Call !o corrvel U llttr. Ihrv ttmuva tb VI lis kid dlrrttan arul inn tha aralrm. Ilallaf III. Tsko on UiUlahl than IHU for In tha mnrnlnr. nl you'll (fl Pox. All OmeilMa. Th .V. It txfs Willclna Co. m. LmuU. Mo. Fit Was Turning lhl Yellovr llr ban Jo.lU YtHiraa rl (XMlria 1. 1 HOW TO MAKE ORANGE CIDER Ulrjr rrl-MI- lur muaraals, tvifaWfrv maka ua r sa f 1 r IJr r c'amiv itrrn it ru. Io6oa miiu UiU,rtrU , : rarvlnla ba4 rUpjfu-Iulran4- rrx r Hay's S4 Hair-Heal- th A Sad Cass. "Do you prefer your eggs poached X scrambled fcJ can't rcBitmbcr." bf f fUtt. OiaiUuli.tkmi(fikrU UtllM:iMi ir Wrln Itrfr.'m La iaatwa. fi CrvaaH fall la Ofr ltU la lit NatMral Cala aa4 &iiptiil. ju Mt. 4 rxxilwtlr ftm.! txtxictt It aal a (abMHaitt. H cx lira. K(aia ail or WHIM tf Mail l DltttUU, toe tar liifa uaiiU Han't VaUo Har Som. NJ S. A. naal. C. Kik. r free t -- can ... old-tim- . 7l y lf craradt . , is a bed. The pole should be Jointed and that la eonceaalon to civilisation, because you might have to camp where you could not get the right pole; and because you cannot well carry a full jeiij-.tent .polo In a beg. And all your outfit should .be, carrjej In, a bag or bundle, without a single box or lmtd package bigger than your and kettle. The Indians would not have dragged their tcepco poles around with them had they been able to get fresh ones at every camp. Tent plna.ou, can get In metal; but while they are compact they are too heavy for carriage, so these you must cut afresh. In size your peaked top tent need be only about seyen feet, square to accommodate two or three persons, . Trje fly will make a storeroom. It necessary. Theso' canvases will mako Into packs to hold loose articles, In case your canvas pack bags get overcrowded. Of courso you can camp without any tent .at; all, if you like. The writer and a friend onco cp'cnt a night In the lowstone park In winter, when the thermometer was'CG degrees' below zero and we bad ho tent. only a strip of light canvas. We dug a bole In six; feet of snow and kept a flro going all nlghjL Thai sort of thing Is cold work, though n tnt would tiot have helped us much. The trapper, who sometimes covers a hundred miles on bis line' of traps, has lean-to- s or log hovels with open fronts, so .that he can keep a flro going1 In case bo has li6t a cabin or tent with a stove. Krcn ARMY'S NEW TELESCOPE. a pood log fire dpes not offer complete comfort In case of rain. Rainy wcatlWx la far worse than cold weather and snow in camp and against rain After years of patient experimenting Dana Dudyou must have some sort of a roof. Hark and , ley of Wakefield, Mass., has Just had the satisfacboughs sound well, but nre bard to get Into tion of having "his "pan angle" telcscopo adopted practical roofing shapo. by the war department of tho United States, The Your bed ought to be good, for if you do not' .Invention Is simple In Its construction, yet, It la slctp comfortably you cannot enjoy yourself or said, may revolutionize modem warfare. It condo your work. A good bough bed is dlfllcult and sists of reflecting lensos so arranged at angles In slow to make, although most writers prate about a tube that persons or objects above or below and It learuedly. Again, bay or straw may be Impos'on all sldcu may be viewed from a place of concealment. Tho deylco u constructed for ose In war sible to. secure. What thon? An air mattress? A good pair of Certainly not for'an'y faro Is arranged so that even on disappearing guni real wool blaukets, weighing In the neighborhood or guns used In trenches and II rod frbm any olnt of It or 12 pounds, a heavy cotton comforter and invislblo from the exterior the operator may ascera long strip of wide pnnvas to roll It all up In tain the location of tho enemy, target or other obtight and anug and; dry, and you have a cow. jective point without exposing himself. I'hllr.dsl puncher's bod, the bet outdoor bed ever, yet Inpbla Ilecord, vented, and .good, for any weather. Observe, especially, that this canvas, which ' i folds ) oyer your folded bedclothes, keeps out tf- rwn, ynyr bed, niiquiu.uo clean ttie dust and the .X' 'l 4J and It must bo dry. Itol) It tigbt and wnaet P 0trlc of.nsins U colnit.ti a.k ma.foT.ioi 4, dauKilU)r. cauip. t jnd tie It snugly whop you ain't earning enough to marry cw." ' YtmKpuap slt should Wjir .baffly i'iH bi ' "Welirff" "Uut Uj brta'janjtbat obJefei He'M strike rui top car the water, (jet jip om the1 bu':wBr Courlw-oiirnsL- '' l the wind will utrlke you and you wlll'bf toUthi' 'for a oalir tb-OB an o far-flun- g e i raJse."---ItiUVl- pretty much all of the United States you will not require one. You do not tifd A lot of fancy camp dishes, but require at least one frylngpan, better coffee pot, moicu. two, a sheet-iroand some sort of cooking oven a Dutch oven of cast Iron, if your transportation admits It Abovo all, you should remember that your campflre Is not your cooking fire and that you do not cook dn the flames but on ths You bake wKh hot ashes coals rather than with coals, becauso much camp cooking is burned when hurried. Of' course in saewatoetag and camping la the whiter time you way find It belter to suspend your betting kettles over the flame by means of long sticks thrust Into the ground er snow at the other end. Such a stick Is called by In other tho Canadian Indians places It Is known as a "crowi" After year camp' is done you must be careful to throw this stick down and not leave It standing, else you will have bad luck, la the eistratectlon of too country the and ts a lesser extent the Catsklll Mountains constitute tho supreme paradise of; the campers, although there U much camping along the St. Lawrence river. In jhe lake district of New Hamp-shlrand In the.,Blue Illdgo mountains. .In the middle statos the shores of tho Clreat Lake afford camp ground and one of the most one popular cnmplng raeccas In the entire, world Is embraced It) the beautiful lake regions of Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin, whore tho smaller sheets of water seem to cnablo c closer acquaint-anColowith nature n her most alluring form. rado has become a great camp ground for summer tourists of late years and on the Pacific; coast there la no end of camping. All sorts of, settings are available for the west coast campers woodland, seasboro and mountains, not forgetting that plctur esquo "teat city" which, rises every summer on ths alluring Coronado beach, near, Sao Diego, Cat. Bkn each It for theman think be tlmn, the ono dimiiiHtuwiiiuia. WALLET'S COMET , M Malltl Wik aitonk. KJ iMwMr.M,ar a rrra tt'if'K.Tas: Mnrwnr liall! M A4.l tuiititwn - 'will Dalicitoly formed and centlv reared. woman flrvd. In all tha seasons of their lives, as maidens, wives or mothers, that tha ono simple, wholesome remedy which acts contly and pleasantly and naturally, and which may be used with truly beneficial effocts. under any conditions, when tho system needs a laxative. IsSyrup of Fis and Elixir of Senna. It is well known to bo a simple combination of the Uxativo and carmlnativo principles of plants with pleasant aromatic liquids, which are aeroeablo and rofrc6hina to the tasto and accoptablo to tho system when Its contlo cleansing Is desired Only thooo who buy tho genuine Syrup of Fica and Elixir of Senna can hope to cot Its banoficial effocts, and ao a guarantoo of tho excollenco of tho remedy, the full namo of tho company California Fie Syrup Co. Is printed on tho front of every package, and without It any preparation offorod as Syrup of Fina and Elixir of Senna is fraudulont and should be declined. To thoso who know tho aualitv of this oxcellcnt laxative, the offor of any substitute, when SyruD of Fizs and Elixir of Sanna Is called for, i3 always resonted by a transfer of patronago to some establishment, where thoy do not rocommend. nor sell falsobrands, nor Imitation remedies. Theironu-In- e artlclo may bo bought of all reliable everywhere: one 6lzo only. Regular price 50 conts por bottle. Got a bottlo today to havo In tho house when needed, ' flrst-classdr- uj iisrm, J VV--- !. I r V drug-Kis- ts I Dont you where H FeerJ Your Cotton to the Boll Weevil ca cattoa prpjycing toiitory in To", buy IsaJ cheap la li boll wtavil ii abaelukly uakaowo csoaet livs hat. Tha Ufjr Uiaxet (t angularly 4ilted to cOtea growing. Crop J It wH eauWiahad that thVatspU of ike esttoa grown hrtoU uauiuJIy go" h I)mi price. lK loBsar Itia Utflc ilia .. i UVctfrf yoT choice land. iWoW holdg. of 673 squsre VJT farausg luU la Wtal Taut at pica from $12 Ii $18 Llanco 1. 2, 3. 4. 5 saJ 6 yean; PyWa on at Uere maturUy. couatry-- oo cholera. CJral mof of all kind JP"J 10 ,h wooafuMy. Fortuoss await soy lidurtrtoui farmer in this new taintry, Ileal Jf liaci. tho WchJt. Vslley railroad l lakly estendod hi Akrtuds 2O00 lo 2500 feat. Nc4 oa ui pluos. Cottoa sal 18' wU 10 for ycus to cone, bt rf 'c',fK0j " W'V ""a DicU. Keot, CroAy ytiii iUulraUj beUlac. addcx, In SPUR FARM LANDSHorn. aJ Cana Co, T,u For Wl Fa, 8, M. BWCNSQN A SONS CHAS. A. JONES, MsnoBor,TC SPUR. OICIttf.8 CO.. I V TheReil fccts. About Mrs.Fincher At ToU By Hemtf, Itm- LeH Lately Received, Giving Fatal WHERE ROIE' WOULD ST COUNT. U Under Friendly Cover Preterier Safely Preeeed to Spilt hi Infinitives. "1 v BHHWW ; you at church Sunday,'' wild Mrs.i Old- castle, "but tho crush was so great trred to get a chance to speak to I Fish Give a Reception in Aquarium which betrayed rcry crude manners and n primeval temperament by biting him on tho hand. Seal pupa can bite. Timbers know this, so ho loat no time In treating tils lacerated digit and resting at homo for a brief period. Ho soliloquized frequently. "How sharper thnn a serpent's tooth Is n thankless ward," but whatever aour cynicism ho hod atored up against tho aquarium evaporated yesterday In the sunny light of that enthusiastic homecoming, reception. Tho "King of tho Pen," otherwise this big. ecl, took tho lend In tho welcoming festivities. Ills darting body gnve strenuous ovldcnco of his delight, and ho bobbed up nnd down near Iho edgo of tho pen, beseeching candy, or perhaps a klsa. Timbers stroked him on tho head, ns If ho were n dog, and "King" waa so Intensely delighted with tho token or friendship that lie lashed tho water Into foam and scared away all hla milder neighbors. Ho even seemed to "bo Jealous of any aide glances and smiles on any of his rivals. "I call him 'King of tho Ten' because ho wpuld never permit any other eel to llvo with him," said the keeper. "Nobody can toll mo that fifties haven't sorao sort of Instinct nnd Intelligence. We get along splen didly together. He was caught down In tho I'otomac four years ago.' Timbers tys ho will havo the seal which bit him thoroughly trained nnd tamed before next July. He harbors no grudgo against the pup because ol the bite. The latter almply registered his protest agalnat captivity In a nat ural fashion. Robert Timbers, WASHINGTON. of (he bureau of fisheries has a pet eel an ecl that rats out of his hand, squirms nbout with rIpo when Hi master li nrnr nnd otherwise worships the custodian of of the Plah Gatetto tho following bright nnd breezy chronicle 'appeared tho other n.Rht I nclo Sam' flali. In the aoclal column you were," "Yes, wasn't it awful?" replied her hosteM, as she flecked a bit of dust from theOobelln tapestry, "All the common folks In town seem to Peavy, Ala. '1 had been troubled a want to crowd into our church lately. Mrs. It'a too bad they ain't satisfied to stay little for nbout 7 years," writes Ludle. Klncher, of tWs place, "but was where, they belong. How" did you like no, token down,- until March, 10d7, tho wrmon?" "Well, ns a sermon It when I went to bed 'and had to bare waa fairly good, but I do wish Doctor rJcodman would quit spitting his In tho doctor, "He did all ho could for me, but I fln'llveH. I try not to lot It mako mo get no better. I hurt all over, even te nervous, but I can't keep from -being I every tlmo ho does It."my arms, so badly I could not rest, I shocked never let them kind of things bother had pains in ray sides, back, bowels, me. but that's where the Episcopal oulders, and chesL I can't tell how. Lave the ndvnntago of us. If' our I (did .suffer. preacher would wear a long; robe ho "At last I began to take Cardul, and could split them and wo would never notjetf It," Kansas CHy Star. 1 hadn't taken but half a bottle, until I began to Improve - Particulars AWHer Cast. that couldn't ptofth through to where mm For Inrtintsi - anl CU&tenL Tlis Kind Yw 3 PER CENT Awftteble Preparation ftf kt ALCOHOL-- Mm Always Bwght aimitatintf rtteFoiKtandRrtUat tisglrtf Stomachs and Bowels cfj BeiM t&e Signature m mM Promotes DHSesKon.CheerfiH- -: seaa ntsianrl RcM.Co'ntdins neithtr Opium.MorpliirrC nor Mineral. NotNarcotic trouBrSAMvumprBt. Stjw t ' i ir r continued to take it, until I had PAPA'S POSITION SET FORTH taken four bottles, and now I am. la very good health and able to do all, our Explanation of Youthful 8ul tor, That "I CtAtJtmjv tt'iDkrfrrf A perfect Hin, Snd rt - f at H In Itobort Timbers, veteran keeper, returned to work yesterday. Every-bodThe was Kind to mo. him. younger folk swam to the aurfneo nnd lathed tho water In a lather with their tall, RlrlnR tho most frantic manl testations of friendship and affection. It was a Joyous evenf." When Timbers appeared At tho aquarium, after an enforced absence of several days, all tho. beat society at tho bureau of fisheries turned out to do him honor. He waa given a routing reception. Ileredom had reined In his absence, nnd, tho flib had been lonelydesperately lonely. They mlsaed his appreciative touch and kindly regard. They knew that ho understood them Just as they understood htm. Timbers' vnoatlon was dun to an ambitious and Independent seal pup housework." You may wonder why his medietas Is so successful In curing ,alck women, Doubtless Satisfied rather of His Adored One. after other medicine havo failed. The answer is not far to seek. Carduri is successful, because It is composed of Ingredients .that act specifically on the womanly constitutes. It is a m edicts It la not a cure-alfor women and only for woaes.. Its success is duo to Its merits. V Try It . Aavtaory JT. B Write lot Dept. Chattanooga Medietas Co- - Chat tanooga, Teaa for Special laatructlaaaj book, Home Treatment and Women," neat la plat wrapper, oa, re--. l. . "Yes, sir," said the palo youthful suitor; "I've come to ask you1 for your daughter's hund Stio Is fair ds 111 les, sweet as honeysuckle, tender as . SourStomach.Diarrhflf a, rTns.CorrvuIsbhs.Fevcrisri- - fhntr. Remedy rorConslipa-lin- n rr j. Uss fr ajaeel. MORE TO THE POINT. Mar, you. are. talking about?" asked papa. avb, mi. Ik ta u luce iotmaiitj, t Fknow, this asking' for your daughter's 'hand: hut we thought it would be pleasant to you If it were observed.' Mary's papa stiffened. "And may I Inquire," he asked, who suggested that, asking my con .sent to Mary's marriage was a.siere formality?" "You may, sir," replied the young man, simply. "It was Mary's mother." Philadelphia1 Inquirer. ' & violet, "Js that charming" ncssapdLOSS OF oLEt." TaeSirnle, Signature of J f Ttrc'CEMT-ijU- CpMiwnr; ' N EW 'YORK.1 PlwuPAvTIIRIA UII.U1 Swantced under the f ooftj) ' tor Over thirty Years saisoaSyf YonCanHaveaModclKifchcii as cool and white as a dairy. No smelL bo smoke, contrivance no heat, no dust. No PERMANENTLY CURED. Funny Experiences of Census Takers In view of the fact that many of the women of the country assailed tho ruling of K. Dana Durand, director of the census, that housewives should be classified as having no occupation, that official Issued a statement In which bo discussed tho question at some length "It was not Intended by the Instructions," said Mr. Durand, "to Imply that nousewivcs bare not a high occupation and ono which actually contrib utes greatly to tho wealth of tho conn try The point Is, however, that tho census Idea of an occupation Is ncces tartly one which brings in money di rectly which Is a means of support to tho family. Our statistics of fara tiles will show plainly how many wires there nre, and we shall certainly. In discussing our statistics of occupa lions,, refer to these wires as In most cases occupied, although not gainfully occupied. "It Is particularly Important to got necurato returns of these, women who do work for wages or otherwise directly earn money, and. In order to get such returns accurately It Is necessary tn direct that women who do not earn money, but who are housewives la tho family, should be reported as having no occupation." 1 lc..vA' No Kidney Trouble In Three Year. St, Flnlay, Mrs. Catharine, Kautz, 322 Center O.,-- says: "Four years ago i Became aiuicicu with kidney trouble, and rapidly ran , down In 'health, counting his UNCLE 8AM has been few during tho last weeks. The census taker has been abroad tn the land and ho has had soma funny experience. Washington's population Is black, and among the negroes tho enumerator hare had tome odd experiences. "I s'poso de nex' thing you'll ax me Is what's my d'nomlnatlon an"whar I one-thir- d keeps my money." This was the peppery response one of tho enumerators received from an old colored woman In South Washington. Tho enumerator was reading oft the list of Interrogations from one of the census blanVt, "Well, honey, I ra ought as well tell yer my d'nomlnatlon Is dat of a Abraham Lincoln 'Publican an' by faith Is dat ob a hard shell Uaptltt, Yer needn't ask mo 'bout ray money, cue I ain't cwlne ter tell yer hew much I'se tot or wbar 1 keeps U. Dor, bow." Suffragettes Outwit Vigilant Guards cellar. "How about votes for women?" they wanted, to know. On another occasion tho greatest precautious werp taken. The speaker had got under a full head of steam; tho manngcra of tho meeting congrat ulatcd themselves on having outwit ted tho suffragettes at last. Up rose n "man." "How about votes for women?" asked a silvery, feminine voice Drownlow had bought a pair of He confesses gloves In Washington. to being an ardent free trader. He went Into n store In London and cx hlbltcd tho gloves. He found he could duplicate them at about a quarter of the cost tn this country. Outside ho found a croup of workmen discussing politics as they are eternally discus-lug It. Drownlow explained his experience with the glovo sellers. "You ec," ho concluded, "I can buy Uio samo gloves over hero for about a quarter what they cost In America "Ayo," said ono of tho men a la borer out of employment "but you're gut the brass to buy them with." '! had no farther argument," paid Urownlow. LOVIS nrownlow, a newspaper man was tn London In the last I'lectlona, delivered a lecture before the National Press club In Washington recently. He described some of the activities et the militant suffragists In tho English metropolis. On one occasion a hall waa guarded for 12 hours to ruako sure that no women should tide themselves In the building. The speaker was assured thnt Iw was perfectly eafo from Interruption. He began his speech. Down from tho rafters this floated: "How About votes for women?" Komo of tho suffragists had spent hours In tho garrot, waiting for a chanco to ask this pertinent and possibly Impertinent question. Another hall was guarded fsr 24 hours. The speaker was about to begin when there was u crushing of axes against the titer. Out tumbled tQrco or four suffragettes, Who had hidden In tho ' their home statu. Hut tho boy Insisted that ihoy didn't know the first thing about tempting the fish of tho Poto mac, Ah It wns nbout tlmo for the houtw to meet, tho congressmen en tcred into a deal with tho boy where- by they were to loavo their tackle with him. Ho would catch a lot of flab, during tho afternoon and tbuy runny uavir i'ainkh.i.uk Mrs. tVloilow'i Soothing Hvrnp, of DISPIjACUD confidence Is a terrible would return luter and get thorn. The U oiwcut,,' pnTrmlun" at a 'ur lioael el I.ui.a cuMt, rtxlacln. tlla PareblMrra trlbluir. wtunt lb suuih, suiiiUuui. Ilueker nnd boy agreed. kiouiuli, tnil other Ills. Wo tiuublr. sltr. im! lua LUuiLuuipiB,curwiiiafiuuu Hamlin of Missouri, havo an Idea that They returned, having told a nuin they nre true sens of Walton. Irish ore Always keep luiagtuatlou under Tho algnaturo on a check is a sign of the mcmbom of tho house that rising to tho halt in the Potomac now, br might expect they fresh llsh for din of prostwrity. and ono day the two statesmen acr. Hut Iho boy had disappeared to try their luck. With elabotheir ulfty tuckle rate lines and tackle they went up with with whatuvur Otb and lines ho had and river They fished and tithed, but got caught. The congressmen, crestfallen. nothing--. Along cam a boy. back homo, but their friends "You Alu't flshln' right," he an- - sneaked an accounting. demanded nuuueou. Wo didn't go," tboy said, unblush- Tile congressmen argued that tholr We had a we had some i'lethod flf (BLhlniF hurt Itti.m i ingly. uaa 91 tnaaa ugiy, ruiiy, gray hairs. Uaa "tA CRKOLK" HAIR RISTORER. blCbl euccMrful la the streams: f J bjJilnes to attend to." -de-clJnlu-nv- Solons Victims of Misplaced Trust uvw r SATa. wise ivaou a see wujr millionaire is so popular. lie can't Of Another Feather. even express himself. "Did you folks want any algs toMr,. Wise No, but be can pay the day?" called the grocery boy from freight. the back steps. "Yes." answered the cook who was AWFUL BURNING ITCH CURED busy ' kneading dough. "Just lay 'era ' INADAY under the jefrlgerator," "I aln'tHen; I'm. the other-boy,"In the middle of the night of March shouted the lad from the 80th I woke up with a burning Itch In Chicago Post. my two hands and I felt as it I could J ' "f All Tired Out. pull them apart. In the morning the 'TJo- you feel dull orea4elly out' of, itching had gone to my chest and durnrtT Hrad&chet .tuid XHaMnesaT ..The ' ". p ing that day It spread nil .over my fault is either with your stomach orioyour, ' M' you set thl atove aare, sure and easy way an writa tor DcacrtBUva circular to las asanas. body. I was red and raw from the lop liver. The trouble Is to take NATURE'S rlil of either rr oi tn night- -It of my head to, the soles of my feet and, HEMEDV. Tako an Nil Tablet toregulate sweeten the ntomach and will 1 was in continual agony from the the liver, kidneys and bowels. Eaty.sure OA Itching. I could neither lie down nor to act. art a Kc Uax, The A. 1L UtKlm (laeMipoeatee) Medicine Co., Ht. Ujuls, ilo. Cutl-cur- a it up. I happened to see about Remedies and I thought I would The Man Lower Down. glvo them a trial. I took a good bath "Tho beef trust doesn't worry me ARB USE DRUBS. ANN MWT8 CURE TJKH. with the Cuticura Soap and urcd the any." DRINK OUR NKW DOPK TK113 AtX. A COPT Cutlcura Ointment I put It on from "What then Is your worry?" my head down to tny feet, and then "The marketmon who won't trust." THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, NOT SrHIWS, ARKANSAS' 782 PARK AVENUE. went to bed. On the first of April I Boston Herald. felt like a new man. The Itching was Weary, Bed, almost gone. I continued with the RelievedWeak.Murine Kye,Watery Eyea. lly Kerned. Try Cutlcura Joap and Cultcura Ointment Murine For Your liye TriubW. You Will 'Uke Murine. It Roothra. 50c at rree. PAY RENT and during that day the Itching com- prUKClst'. Write Ker Ej-e-' llooki. Your tra'nuaU MON1Y I pletely left me, Frank Qrldley, 325 Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chlcaso. THROWN AWAY. Write talir 1' u T! "For over ata veara I aatTered kh ht tr vblch Tou can UVH East rd Street, New, York City, Apr. No man can be brave who considers in luuftown nunc wm ftjut let it In ntta- coattlpetloa tad during this time I had to I 27, 1909." Cutlcura Remedies are sold II roil, o D.ctihu rem. KUnm an Injection of warm water once every u ht pain to bo tho greatest evil of Ufo; nor IITIuulIowiitt. JACKSON LOAN Si TRUST CO. throughout tho world; Poller Drug & temperate who considers pleasure txforc I could have an actios on my bo watt,. JACKSON. Mitt. the too S. Ciplultimi Happily I tried Catcarets, aad today last a weJH Chem. Corp., Solo Props, Boston, Mass.' highest good. Cicero, sua. During- - the sine years before I uaaatt Catcarets I suffered untold tabery with lateraat. A Witty Bishop; piles. Thanks to you, I aaa Ire from all that, "The late Dlshop Fobs." said a, Philtola morning;. You caa use this in behalf at tugerln humanity.- - JL P. FltBcr, Roanoke, Si adelphia physician, "once visited mo for some trifling ailment. Plestant, Palatable, Potent, Taste GooC When woeaaa soraks ol her " 'Do you, air,' I said to blm, In tho Do Uood. Never Slckea.Weaken or Orlfw 10c. 2Sc. 50c Never aokl la bulk. The gea-nl-ne sileat secret suoeriag see course, of my examination, 'talk in tablet stamped C C C. Guaraataatl te trusts you. Millioat have besaa , care or tout moaey back. your sleep?' stowed this mark of "'No, sir, ho nnswered. I talk In oa Dr. R. V. Pierce, DAISY FLY KILLER :KKs Every, other pcoplo's. Aren't you aware that of Buffalo, N. Y. el.tUa lar tsoUaWtb. where there are women who' I am a dlvlno?'" vcaUa WBif. All bear witness to the wonderII 4 f aweul a ma I working, curing-powof Dr.' The Last Word. .stsajpsssi i'Iat U a kalltHlai'iaitjra SattsntD'aa,, Hrtl i'ierce'sJPavorite Pretcrtptioa Determined to hnvo tho last word, . OaaraaMtNNi atV which saves the injrrlnt tut rpcu,ufalltl4aiVaa, tho woman hunted through the dici t ytpU Maw ram paia, and successfully tionary and soon emerged triumphant HI HOLD (1KN grapples with woman's weak U lKaiA?. with a list of 3,000 framed from Brvaklj. Im Yjt nesses aoa uuDOom tin, "Constantinople" und received thereorMorphln HabU Treat IT MAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONQ for qno. year's subsprlpt,lon to tho JoyUici -- heft tnUr initmila have Uiltxl, ful Homo's bis prlxe contest, Judge. IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL. dttatrff. aetata Bt.a a.ooaTasu.aitt sm, tMw.ust..a.Twu. 'Nuff Said. No woman's appeal wot ever misdirected or her confidence misplaced when tho wrote (or advice, to "How did Jones get those two black the World's DisrsNtAkr Medical Association, Dr. eyer" Nrrva TtbkU dom It. Write tor lTaui. Ad ve i It. V. Pierce, Presideat, Buffalo, N. Y. "Hunting accident." Vt. L'UAat, m KmU! luib IM.riuladltfU,a.. Or, Pttrcm'M Pfaatacf ftMs laduc tnllj aateraf bowtl moYtmtat one a dty. "Why how?" W. N..0, MEMPHIS, NO. "He was bunting trouble and I hapto meet hlra." Cleveland pened Many a young man is willing to trader. marry un heiress In spito of It. e suffered from and other kidney disorders and was languid ' and ,'weaic t i a oct or ea 'if ' ?r. and.uscd different remedies but became no better. Doan'js, Kidney .Pills cured me and for three years' I have been free from kidney trouble." , 1 Remember, the namti Dean's. For kala'by-'al- t 'dealers'. SO cents a box. back-"a.cb- r It will eeok the moat, is the latest practical, scientific elaborate dinner without heating the kitchen. Boils, bakes, or roasts better than, any range. Ready fei a secondU txtioguished in a second. Fitted with Cabisct Top, with' eolkpsibler MM, towel rack, asd every feature isnagiaable. You want it, because it wiU cook asy dinaar asd nofcv coolc-stov- e. ui Fester-Mllbur- a Co., Buffalo," N. Y. ' heat the room. Ho. heat, nQ aieeV. no smoke, no coal' to bring 1st, so asheo to carry out." ' It doss away with the drudgery of cookie, and msltes it a pleasure. Women with the light toucav tor pastry eepecially appreciate it, be- -' caoae, they caa imacdiataiy have tvs quick fire, simply by turning a handle. preparation.. It sot o'nljr Mo half-hcta less trouble 'was coal, but it 'coats, less. Absolutely Bo smell, no smoke jL anA it doesa't heat the kitchen. Tie nickel finish, with the turquoise-blu- e of the enameled chimneys, make, the stove oraaaaeatel and attractive Made wHa 1, 2 nnd 3 buraers; the 2s jtati stoves caa be bad wtthv. or without Cabiaet. K very dealer averywaeret If sot at yoaraw ur TWufSii Sladitrd Company WHY MEN -- .wwsBWBssetasBwasi finnlinsliissm Honored by Women coafi-deoce , er Ja fsN OPIUM rrti-sla- imitMeYaiss 18. PRICE, l.oo, retaU. I Telephone 65 for Plumbing and intiMiaiMiilMMMMUiliKliiMlllt SAIL WAGON to Made Tinwork-JQH- N HERE Vehicle Hickman Independent Telephone Ccnprny. Anderson, W. cotton We arc ARcnta for the HOMK TWHOi 'Buy Ice Coupon Books AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL No ice will be charged. The drivers will cither collect cash or coupons. Don't expect them to credit you, for they will be charged with each book, and will have to account for the ice they take out for delivery. Schmidt, the Tailor. Houses to rent Kennedy. OLDEST Wind Propel In New Insurance Companies in Hickninn They are coropanlet that have been here lonRer than anyoli. f1 Vur Properly intured II It too late when the aU,m tountlt to think of a poVy Germany. This rule will not apply to soda fountains, butcher shops, fish docks and other large users of ice, as their accounts will be on file at our office. Hickman Ice (INCORPORATED.) Coal Co. Business Directory -- ASK FOR RATES- - Practical Fashions BOYS' RUSSIAN SUIT. W00DLAWN DAIRY. A. H. Leet, Prop. Best of Milk and Butter delivered. Home Phone No. 27. McMURRY ft. Attorneys over Hickman Drug Company Office Hickman, Ky. BETTERSWORTH FLAT Groceries City Delivery; both phones No. 38. "Best of Everything" B. 8. ELLIOTT Carpenter and Contractor Let me figure with you. Hickman. Ky. COURIER REALTY COMPANY an- ft PRATHER Ballow, R. 8 Res. Do you read the Courier? Ballow, A. L. (Duteh) Res. has Wsshlngton. The Houses and lots to sell Kennedy. arrived. It Is chaperoned by the UnitHallow, J. W Res. Res. get REO at Helm & Elli- ed States department of commerce 6 1V& Hallow, W. C You can Mechanical experiments, 55 Haltzcr ft Dodds I). O. Co... store and labor. son's. pneumatic tires, ball bearings and 38 Betterawerta ft Pralfcer ....Store For anything In the Bond Addition good roads have paved the way for It J3 JVi Renthel, W. D res The Idea was "made in Germany." and 160 IMaekferd see Kennedy. ft Hubbard, Drs.. office department of commerce and the ro Is showing the photograph repro- 412 HroWn, C. M.,.. Cast plow points ground 10c ami res duced on this page aa proof of the 75 lloiidurant, C. T ICc Clay ft Caldwell. actual progress of the Idea beyoBd the res Let Moore and Oliver do that sa- mental stage. 413 Coffey, Mrs. M. J Adama She; por hanging and painting. was talked of as lit Cotton The Ilea. steam wagon In the early 29 Curlln, P. B, Dr. much at Preaching nt ML Hennon next days of the horseless carriage, and res the Creed. John...., HriKganco. Sunday by Eld. both alike promised but little In the 30 City Mayor's Office Hickman Furniture Co., headquart- way of practical usefulness. Hut new ft 8. L... Of flee that the smooth and hard road, 0)9 132 Dodds Co.. J. er for undertakers goods. Oln ball bearing,, the pneumatic tire and 36 Dedda Co., J. r. ft 8. L. Improvements have arrived, 31 Dodds, W. A. MIhs Mny Holley of Jordan. visit, ether ..Office ed Eatelle Harper last wc'k. conditions have so changed that the 3- -3 Davis, A. W Mgr. Res. Is coming Into view land It our work don't suit you It don't again. sailboat of flea 33 Dillon, Tew, Sr.... cost you a cent. Moore ft Oliver. The German Inventor has patented res It 85 Dodds, H. h a simple and usable ' Take your produce to C. H. Moore, makes good progress over reads of 13 Edward. W. A ou the hUl. Highest Prices paid. the modern kind Had over such sandy Hickman Is well represented at stretches as the sea beaches afford. It 23 Futtsta County Court I It a very light vehicle and Its steer 17 Farmers (Mb ft Grain Co. .office Circuit Court at Fulton this week. leg apparatus Is novel and effective, 24 Farmers ft Merchants Hank.... Buy your groceries at the Hickman The four wheels are well separated Grocery Co., and save 6 per cenL res as In the automobile, and arranged Grave. C, diamond-fashion- , ens at the fere, one S Q ray, K. L. Res Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Scales visited shop Mr. and Mrs. II. Parham last Thurs en each side, and one at the rear. The 37 dray, R. L.. peculiarity it In the connection of day. res these wheels with one another. There 433. Harding, II. II Mrs. Lorn Bacon, ct State Line, vis la a rigid connection between the rear ited Mrs. Nannie Itirhamlaat Thurs wheel and the right aide wheel, also 22 Johnson, W. C res day. res between the front wheel and the 44 1U Johnson. W T Cafe Mlis Caleno Lawn-nce- . of SL Louis wheel at the left side. Then these 50 Jones, Percy.... Is the guest of Miss Lizzie Co rum tht two bars are Joined to each ether by res King, Nerrls or axle, bat the -2U means of a cross-ba- r week. connection w not rigid, but la made 12 Hickman Packing Co Office FOR SALE: My residence prop erty on Troy nvenuo. Mrs. M. F. by a hinged attachment a .Store saddle and 10 Helm ft WMsea The rider mounts to 2tc Naylor. OfIce or 21 Hickman Ceurlsr rests bis feet cm mis cress-ea- r ....Store in Hickman Uulte's transverse axle. He steers by pres 9 Hickman Drug Co The best flour Excellence at Ilettersworth ft Pra- - sure upon this bar, thus altering at 20 Hickman Furniture Co ..i 4S Hickman Ice & Coal Co. ...office ther's. of flee C7 Hickman Wagon Co 11 Hlekaan Hardware Co Store If your groceries have not proven sll-wsro- Department of Commsret and Labor at Washington Interested In Idea Which Msy Appeal to Fancy of Sportsmtn. N 43 3 a.,,,,....... res 63 64 34 Do it NOW R. T. TYUR, Agent r ........... yw44t Xj3BV-7-3- ! ft sell-wago- LAUNDRY Bradley & 32 Patau's Z I Z T Batket leaves every Tuesday aftenuon ? S Best Work Laweit Price ...ns iMnmum UNDER GUARANTEE To tho Citlu-nof llkkman Surrounding Country: s 1 I ami 432 1 havo rccolttd a lot of the fimoui . - iced. I thank you all for jour tost trido and solicit your future I bate never had a botlio returned I tan cure every fungus growth the human family Is heir to wllttoui Lie kutfc Cotuo and see mo. Office hours i a. w. to 4 p. m., and all day Saturdar 45-4- . w ,IM 4- I) It. J. C MOIIIU3 Hickman h Power-Ove- r entirely satisfactory try tradlsg with C. H. Moore. Phone No. 21 Will sell that place and get you other. No business, nb pay. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. The Courier will appreciate all notices of births, marriages, visitors. sickness, etc. Both phones. No. 21. The Hickman Furniture Co. ban dlea the best line of Furniture In West Kentucky. Let us show you. I can pasturo a limited number of on a good clover, red-toand Paris Pattern No. SS24. All Seams stock Allowed. A slight variation of tht blue grass pasture. M. A. McDanlel, usual style of Russian blouse Is hers Car of flour Just arrived. If you shown. The tunic Is made with want the best Insist on your gro"Gibson" tuck at the front, and back, stitched from shoulder to hem, and cer sending you flour sold by Travis. sleeves are plaitthe wide, Ellison Ilros. received this week one ed into cuff depth or finished with the, mnat mrmilutn ttilntra In fha sUtcbed wristbands. The full knicker- nf way of a cash register ever brought gathered about the knees bockers are iu mis pari ui inn main. by elastic, run through the and stitched belt of the maJohn Watson colored, of tho Hickman Join. Stock Co., was carried to terial gives the popular Nashville, Tuesday night, to bo opeffect. The pattern Is in. 6 sizes 2 to 7 years. For a boy of S years the erated on for appendicitis, . suit requires 4ft yards of material 27 A party of young people sat up un28 Inches wide, or til inches wlde.vS yards 4 o'clock Wednesday morning to 2 yards 64 Inches wide; as Illustrated, view' the comet, which may be sen yard of plaid material 27 inches very plainly now In the east. wide. At tho three days' of the board of missions of the Methodist I Episcopal Church, South, held in SIZB,.....M... NO. 2624. Nashville, Tenn., last week, It was JJAVK to raise the assessment for foreign missions to 1500,000. TOWN Rev. Hlnklo, assisted by the Jocnl STREET AND NO pastor, Itov. Metheny, Is conducting .. a very successful revival ut tho .Chap TATB el In West. Hickman. To this' datu there havo been over 30 conversions. Tho meeting will probably continue Seldom Used. more. a great grass another week or The WesternerIt's country where I come from. growing 'The Clara Belcher Comoany played The Easterner So I bear. The a week's engagement here to crowded grass grows on all the streets, I un- houses. They are the best we have ever had. Their plays and specialderstand. Yonkers Statesman. ties are all good. You are safe to recommend this company to your pa The Formal Salute. trons. They are there with the goods. Knlcker Jones seems lame. Joe W. Mathls, Manager. so Docker Yes. His cook was One of tho first resolutions introtaken by the German goose step that she Insists on the family using it duced in tho Louisiana Senate after it convened Called for tho appoint when passing her, ment of Former President Rooaovelt -- O "as director general of tho Panama ExFire destroyed a three room Iioubu position. The Assembly will considIn Gourley's Addition, Tuesday after er a bill providing S4.O0O.00O for such noon. belonging to M. II. Sbnw. an; exposition to bo hold ut New Or who leans In IU 15. was occupied by JesH lost n lurgo portion of his household K00U8. Tho Clara Belchor Company Is plUj-In- g a week's engagement at tho Lyric this week, opening Monday night 1U "Tho Heart of nn Indian." Thl la a strong repurtolte companv and It Is receiving tho liberal patronage which It merits. The plays and specialties aro all clean, entertaining and rcfln p full-lengt- h hem-casinglong-walste- d n CU-uve- Hubbard ft UUekford, Drs..efflee Hickman Hank ...res Hubbard, Dr. J. M., Hickman Joint Slock Co...-gr36 Hickman Job Shop............ 1&0 63 24 68 Illness Don't criticise yourdoctot became medicine prescribed by him fails to have the effect. The prescription may have been goal, but the Ingredient! dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair show by taking hit prescnp tlont to a druggist who mikes a point of dispensing only pure drugs of right polentry drugi that have the power to overcome illness Tested drugs only are used here, and skilkd phar macitts do the compounding You should have the best procurable when combating de-tir- 33 Kirk, R, II.. Handle grocery Store Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Phone 20, night or day. Hickman. Ky. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Dentist Davidson's old stand. Phone No. Hickman, Ky. DR. GRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP (Hunziker's Old Stand) 6 Ledford ft 27 Leet, A. 13 2ft Leg-gatd- , 41 H, Bogey N 8 Aw rvt ros Hi Lusk. J. .res res Olflce Mays, 41 2 Moore, Frank lft Jas..... 2. 41 28 31 2ft Nlpp, W. Newton, Jas. O NooBuu, Joe res ..Co. Jail Lowest prices for horseshoeing. Wood and Iron Work. HICKMAN HARNESS CO. A. J. Wright, Manager. Makers and Dealers in Harness. Repair Work a Specialty. CLAY ft CALDWELL. ed Blacksmiths. Dlacksuilthlug and Woodwork. Horse Shoeing a specialty. ooooooooooooO o A. M. TYLER Attorney at Law I am now located at Padu can, but will continue to prac In the courts of Fulton tic county and will be In Hickman every 2nd and 4th Monday. o o o o o o o ooooeeooooooO o The Qsrman Ball Wagon. will and Instantly the relation of the wheels to the main axla of the framework. The whole frame is very light, supporting merely the saddle and the mast for the sail, and this devtee hy which the steering Is done by the feet leaves the hsnda free to manage the sail or to use the brake. The United States consul at Chemnitz, Thomas H Norton, who sends the facts about this new vehicle, says "the whole device has a certain light neae ad eleganre wbtch will appeal probably at first to the lover of sport. Contests of speed will Involve but lit tle of the danger accompanying com petition with cycles or automobiles, but will afford play rather for the quickness and deftness required of the 'mariner in utilizing to the utmost the surrounding atmospheric condl tlons." r What the new motor may accomplish In the climbing of hlljs and off the level stretches upon which It will make of course its greatest demonstration of speed Is not staled but the consul does send word that the vehicle promises to be of con slderable use on smooth raids In flat regions. As yet the boat seems to be too new to have been bap tized with a name. d 42. 32 4- rvs , PalUirson, C. H., ro Phelps, Ovo 414 Polncr ft Carpenter...... store res 412 Pollock, Eugene -2 14 Rlee. N. L. Rlee, L. a Krs ....Store livery Res Store rvs Store Res. Office Res, sicknei:. 62 Speight, R. II Smith ft Amberg 132 Stahr, Klvls 25 Sudberry W. T. 6 2 Self, Tom 1 Southern Express Co 4 43 77 Seat ft Lcggate CowgilPs Drug Store (Incorporated) HAPPENIN08 AT CAYCE. 44 4 3ft Townsend. J. A Townsend, Otis lft Townsend, James Res. Res. Res. Mrs. Ardell Johnson and MltM.v t. u Johnson wvro shopping in Friday. i Wheeler, L. P. lft Wilson, C. A 42 lft Wilson, Mrs. Alice 30 Wright, Ed O 36 43 .....res Arthur Allen, of Kast was a visitor ttto tills I'rauhw- - - Mf -' LotB of people have tried "Every' bodys" Coffee already, and thoy have got others also, for everyone who drinks It once, keeps it yp. All good groceries. Does not Color the Hair AYCRS HAIR VIGOR An Elegant Dressing falllnK Hatir DMtroyss Dandruff mbkcs n hi r brow flMTrfl ed, A'nnfn - SulsW. Captlctua. Glrccrfn. Sa. Qulnln. Sodium Chlorid. Akuhol. Water. PcrfaRK. A hair swsaaraWea ru- - kara this formula I harmless, yet poueuet petHlve mH. A aesrieW, a tuk teak, a Mr limttas1. Coahi H your duct or about t bete kw pr oeirtM. " Dalley Huddlcston bos been appoint Queen Sophia Is Idolized in Sweden ed Deputy Shew for the east end or for ber simplicity snd sincere piety. the county by Sborlff Johnson. It was announced last week that John Jmigo R. J. Hugg and family return "hompson had received the appointment, but not being satisfied ullh od to their homo In llardwuli last accept It. Saturday after a stay of several tho terms declined to Terms or no terms It Is no more tlii.n months In Han Antonio, Texas. The right that the east end of the county Hardwell News states that Judge should have deputy, uud we aro glad Hugg Is considerably Improved lu No. 18 Royalty and Salvation Army. The aged dowager queea of Sweden Is an Invalid and deeply religious. She is a patron of the Salvation Army, which, owing to her support, has bad considerable success In Sweden, At one time, short of aotualty wearing the uniform, the was an out ond out member of the Salvation Army, and contributed very largely to Its funds. She Imparted her religious views to her ton, Prince Oscar, who often took an active part In Salvationist meetings and processions. street Johti T. Prlco. of Kunon. visitor hero Sunday. Myutt Johnson and Km "l''r married In Union City Huiurdiy O .. 4 gratulatlons. ui. Kula Johnson visited her Sunday How aro of substitutes see that our Hickman. trado-tnatIs on your plumbing bud lion Naylor, of tinning Jobs. John Cotton, Misses Lowls Atwlll and rMo'' ' Mr- - Ann Mrn.'hfO vlslt'd II ii lo Murchlson Tuesday. Now comes tho report from West Kentucky farmers that the Hessian fly linn appeared In grat numbers and Hint the wheat Is being damaged to such an extent that tho crop . one 0 will bo cut short as a consequenro. mw t J. F. Menees, of Cayco, a visitor at e dollar amf" or year-thU offlro Monday, thinks Fulton o i County's wheat crop will not exceed t. eeaU per week. A 60 per cent of the nonnan yield, but) e aubswlber t H U too chi.P o . .uv.. r borrow BUU Q hiuuo no mention or wit) iihwhw ii. IU nun re today. Your money I e sorlbe I satlsfU-fuaded, U not Telephone your greeery order to k Muthodlst Church services next two Sundays thero will bo Sunday School as usual, but no preaching unless other announcement should bo made. The official board surpris ed tho pastor by offering hi in a vu cation and pusssgu to and front tliu General Confcrenco now lit session In Ashevlllo, N. O. Ho left .last Tuesday morning for Athovllle. Ills services in Kant Illckimm Friday night will bo held ns usual a substitute will bo secured ros Fannie Under Is vUltlnR Ma'"grocery hero this week. "' )r. C. A. Wright and v."V For the Clinton Tliursduy. and Castle Honslcy were Friday. day. Misses Kdinlston Kvn Johnson Misses KtheV and UMlun lu llukm l'; went to Union my and Ul'n "ur a OeoooooooooooO - Us Otd KeUeMe-- at) leofti tho appointment has beea made. ooO hwl'.h.