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Wagon up the Hill of Success, The Couriarhas a Spankin' Good Team. Greats the Rxlas at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Lei'a Hitch Up WI8LG EBTABMBHEB IN THE TEAR TOtiOMC OLJIir riPRR WB8TEM IEHT00IT 4H HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAYV19, 1910. I9.'l INK 'H"ttiM'"t'TUia"'tWei'UrtJW"'' Rockefeller feadyRdief Tula la tho 19th and we are still (John D. Rocke- here. feller, It Is will give, ht money for the benefit of hti felThe next annual meeting of the' low men.) Kentucky Dental Association wll bo Come, all ye KTO held In Louie fllle, May 2C, 27, 28. c r . butchers, bakers. landlMilkmen, I Is a mistake to think women ord", elothlng-makrr- s. lack Ingenuity. One of them Is givAuto dealers. Jewen credit for' tho clever idea of burn el venders-- All who yern for ing her husband's wooden leg to keep Here now Is newn him from Rolng out at night. your rouse to (ladneaa. sway drive To Ho natural. Don't put on and try td- your eullen to impress people with your Impornees Oh. renter, leuer, tance. If you are really of Impor hlpper. seller: Wslt Ull I hear tance the world will bo quick to find from Rockefeller! It out. A fellow la usually rated at what he la; not what ho thinks he Mo more In gloom (hall you be Is. ait-tl- nf From my favor shall make you truly thankful wnen or , caan i n him an I n W.nt flTT Made my atatements con amore Banker down to peanut sheller: wait. Ull i near irom look events, men who sell Insurance, All other men of lunr endurance, Itatteri, nh men, muetc teachers. College preeldenta and preachers, peddlers, d And even I'll stack the bank notes In my oeUar. Walt till I hear from Rockefeller. 1 m- - r.mltttnI T'., While concrete, walk building la In order. It is to be hoped that tho city dads will make no exceptions, but hew right to the line. There are a few property owners both on the hill and down town who Bhould be put t.n the list for new walks. lusty-throate- Come all ye folk who find me busted', I aon't ask that I De iruaiea. I shall end your doleful slghln n mV hlirlntf. Will, K wallers No more I'll be a hard-timI'll blow It like a tooting sailor. Oh, renter, leaser, shipper, seller: wait Ull X near rrom nocKsreueri "Drown Cunrilit Hut SbnTwr ft Mui don't believe all the fish stories you hear; "the YOU that got away" is always a big one; but it's seldom as big a "whopper" as the 3tory he tells about it. You don't believe all the clothes stories you hear, either-somof them are like the fisherman's tale; there's no way to prove it. Now, we've got a good clothes 3tory to tell you; it's about e The Silver Salver. had a puzzle party at his bouse last night," says the man with the movable ears, "and as an Incentive toward guessing the hardest puzzle he offered a civil salver to the solver." "A whatr asks the man with the dispirited whiskers, A salver solver to tae I Bean a silver sovvel for " Ob, I understand. Tou are trying to say they gave a silver slawer to the slower." I'm not trying to say any such thing. I told you In the first place that the prize was a silver solrer ts the salver." "Ha, ha! You're getting nalxed uy again. Evidently you mean they of fared a silver silver to the "I told you as plain as day that they gave a beautiful alovver slawer to the silver I mean a silver solver "Oh, that's good! Tou certainly get tangled up. I understand, though. Tou mean a sowel savvle for the ' "I said distinctly, sir, that the prise) waa a civil shovel for the salver, sjad I can tell, you right now that a man of your low grade of mentality might have guessed at the puzzle for a thousand years and still not har come within a million miles of win ning the silver sawle." And the man with the movable ears gave the man with the dispirited whiskers a cold, g'.UDrlng glare as ha turned and left him trying to count the thing out on his fingers. Last week a Jury of six of Hick man's business men were called on to decide on unpleasant ease In Judge Remlcy's court relative to tho Impounding of- - somo cattle belonging to a widow lady. The cattle strayed Into tho city without the lady's knowledge, although she used all care In trying to keep them away In fact, had them ln a pasture three miles away. This was all proved to the satisfaction of the" Jury, but tho law is such that they were forced to render a decision against the lady and against their wishes, ft might not be a bad idea to amend this ordin'he' ance'' ko ' made In cases of this nature. nhar-cif?ftiBa)- Hart Schaff ner & Marx clothes all-wool, JUDGE WISE. Business Philosopher. and weVe got the goods to prove what we say about them. Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes are better than any description of them; they're which means a lot more than those words convey. They're correct in every detail of style and coloring; they give a man a correct fit, and make him look and feel That's why we sell them; and that's why you ought to buy them well-dressed. Dear People: I have lUBt arrived In Hickman under contract with the Hickman Drug Co., to give you the benefit of my Illustrated philosophy v This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes and to bring home to you the merits drug store In of the most Western Kentucky. My only mission NOTICE. Is to entertain and benefit the largo and Intelligent audience within sight A teachers' examination will be eye on held at the Court House, on Friday of my picture. Keep your t and Saturday, May 20 and 21, Dora Judge Wise. M. Smith, Co. SupL AJJ mmmmm aw eew: i asW em--1 Watch This Space Chiffoniers S WALK EASY" TRADE-MARI- ! FOR Chifforebes Dining Tables Library Tables I H Bed Room Suits Princess Dressers Wardrobes WHAT YOU Stand Tables Kitchen Tebles Center Tables Pedestals Etc., te PAID IN FULL. It Las been talked ovur tho coun- ' nj tho Impression In moat gunor-- 1 m lh'. east end of tho county, thnt 1 T Bent, who, In u (It of despoil-'"- ! r ui'euipted sulcldo, was short ln accounts about ROOQ. QoaV ift J.'Iimkoii mitliorlii'H ub to way that llr at kit! Bottled for tho balance " 'hstate and county and does wnnt. r.f u ct.,,t f,)r it Thli Impression woa obtained roui Ian week'B Courier In tho Slier "fi lettlpiucnt filed by J. W. and this Commissioner, .ount hat been paid to hla succumb - ay t,g Mor-Speci- w Uonlder Johnson. survived by a number of grand chil- road la building within three, miles dren, umong whom art) Miss May of this land, Vor further particular Mrs. B. K. Crafton was born Feb. Crafton, of No. 8; Alfred Willis, of seo Illckumn Courier. Mi. isas. Mabel, Ky; and Miss Ardlo Willis, 0 Died May 12th, 1910. of l.ako County, Tonn. H. II. Sholby returned from Wlngo Deceased was milted In marriage to' til'rlday and has decided to make Hick 11. h. Willis In 1857, nnd resided with lts Just wonderful bow that "Every- man his home, him until his death which occurred ln body Coffco'' took on with tho o 1874. Three years after his death, or good pooplo of lllckuiau. Every good In 1S77, sho was married to John etnro John Cox and wife, of. Union City handles It. Crafton, with whom Bhe lived hnvplly spent Sunday with the latter's par until her death. ents In ttilft city. KOK 8AI.K: For a limited Umo Mrs. Crafton Is survived by thrco O sons os a result of her first niurrlaKo wo will offer for salt at a 160 acres of flno timber land From oil reports, wo ludgo that and one sou to the latter union. Sho was a devout membeCo'f tho HnptUt near Iteelfoot Lake. Owner says lllckiuaultes were not the' only peopl church, to which sho had belonged fo thoro are 1,000,000 foot of cypres, that Kot "tanked up" at Kultou last 35 years. Hesldea. her sous, sho U ash, gum, tc, on this land. New rat Thursday, OBITUARY. HAH-GAI- China Closets Sofas Sideboards Sectio'l Bookcases WANT IN Furniture Etc Everything to be found in an Furniture Store x INCOIU'OIMTKD up-to-da- HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. THE HICKMAN W. r O. COURIER tha Dew'. Cevrt Wettem Ktntackf Use SPEKR and J. 0. 8 EXT ON, Editors and Proprietors. MODERN CIVILIZA TION IS ROOSEVELT'S TOPIC Movement9' Delivered ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH l.t ADVANCS, interesting Lecture on "The World latered at ths Hickman, Kentucky, s mall matter. fasstofflc m sscond-clas- TEDDY MEETS KAISER versity of Berlin by the of the United States R00SEVELT8 TAKE LUNCHEON AT THE POTSDAM PALACE, Theodore Berlin. Roosevelt appeared Thursday before an audience that tested the capacity Emperor, on Account of Mourning for ot the aula at the University of Ilerlln, King Edward, Could Not Meet the snd delivered a lecture on "The World Movement" Ho spoke Iri English and Roosevelt. was listened to with the deepest InBerlin. - Theodore Roosovolt and Emperor William had their tint long conversation Tuesday nftcr luncheon t rotsdam. Standing apart ftom tho other guests they talked earnestly to gether ror moro than an nour. The emperor's welcome to the form or president was exceed lnglycordla.1. Wearing tho white 'and' gold, uniform of tbe Garde du Corps, with brazen helmet surmounted by a sllvoY englo with outspread wings tho. cmporer appeared at the enfranco of tho nfew palaco on tho arrival of tho inrrlages which' brought Col. and Mrs. Roosevelt, Miss e gates. Ethel and Kormlt to His majesty advanced 'qatckly and shook hands warmly with each one of them. Later ho presented his guests to tho empress and tho entire party tat down to luncheon at six tables. His majesty had .Mrs. Koosovelt at his Io't and Mr Roosevelt vras seated between, the empress, and tho crown .prince. At Potsdam the emperor and empress treated their American guests with great cordiality, engaging them In prolongdd conversation In tbe small' drawing room with other members of Iho royal family before luncheon. The emperor, after tho other guests had cone, showed Col. Roosevelt nnd Ills family through the Sans Solid' palaco , lie-palac- terest Tlegtnnlng with an eloquent eulogy ot the German race and Its achievements, tha lecturer' soon reached the paln them ot his discourse, and reviewed the civilization nnd culture, so far as we know them, ot the earliest peoples and their contributions to the modern world. He then continued: At laaL a 1IUU over 400 year co, the movement toward world civilisation took up Its Interrupted march. The beginning of the modern movement may roucblr be taken as synchronising with the, .dlicovery ot printing, and with that aerie of bold tea venture which culminated In tha discovery of, America; and after th'eso two epochal feats had begun to produce their full effect In material and Intellectual life. It became Inevitable that clvtlltaUon should thereafter differ not only In degree but even ' kind from Immediately alt that had cons before. after the. voyage of Columbus and Vasco da Clama there began a tremendou re ligious ferment; toe awakening of Intellect went hand In hand with the moral uprtalnc: tbe great name of Copernicus, Itruno, Kepler, and Galileo ahow that tha mind of man Waa breaking" the' fetter that had cramped !t: and for the first time experimentation waa usrfl a a cheel upon obaerratlon and theorlsatlon. Since then, century or century, the changea have locreajed In rapidity and complex. Ity. and have attained their maximum In both reipecta during the century Juat past. Instead of being directed by one or two dominant people, a waa the case with all almllar movement of the the new. movement was shared by many difevery standpoint 'it ferent nation. From has been of Infinitely greater moment than anything hitherto seen. Not In one but In many different people there haa been extraordinary growth In wealth. In population. In power of organization, and In mastery over mechanical activity and natural resources. All of tht ha been accompanied and . algnallied , by an Immense outburst ot energy ' and restless "varied, a It' I Initiative. The result' trtklng. Conquest of ,the World. In the first place, representatives of this civilization, by their conquest of pac, were enabled to spread' Into alt the practically vacant continent, while at the same time, bp their triumphs in organised tlon and mechanical Invention, they 10 'qulred .an,, unheard-o- f mWarjr superiority a comparea wiin ineir rormer nvais. jo these uwo facta I primarily 'due the tec the-. rC time there further I really something that, approaches, a world civilization, a' World movement Tha Spread .Of the European peoples since the day the CathoUcatid Ivan the Terrible bar. been aero .every ea .and over every 'contlaent. la.pjacea the conquests have been ethnic 1. there ,110 been a new wandering, oyie, people, and new commonwealths- haVer sprunVr up In which the people arei enMrelyor ualn-l- y of European blood. Thl la what happened In the temperate and regions of tbe Western Iiemlphere. In Australia. In portions of northern Ala and aouthern Africa, In other place the conquest haa been purely ' political, the European representing for tha naoat part merely a small eaate-soldiers and ad ministrator, a 'ln,'nyt Of f roplcat Aala and Africa and In, much of tropical .America- Finally, here and. trjerf liutances occur whjrw there has' been no comiuest at all, burprhere. an sllep. people., I profound- tup uci imij mm iduivan triiaiiACA pact of western clvlldstlon. There .are of course, .many (trade be tween ,theae different types ttt Influence, but the net out,cprne of, what ha occurred during the last tour .centuries s that of the European type now exercises a more or leas profound effect over practically the entire world. There are nooks and corn-r- s to. which It haa not yet penetrated; but there la at present no large apace of territory In which the general movement of civilised activity do not make Itself more or leas felt. Tiu represents something wholly different from vtliat haa ever hitherto been seen. In the greatest daya of rtoman dominion the Influence of Home was felt over only relatively amall portion ot the world's surface. Over much the larger part of the world the process of change and developabsolutely unaffected by any. ment rhuig that occurred iq the ijomanmplre; ana tnose communities me puty orwnose Influence waa felt In aeilon and reaction, among themselves. and In were grouped - immediately around the Now, however, the whole Mediterranean. world Is bound together as never before; the bonds are sometimes those of hatred rather than love, but they are bonds nevertheless. All the Nations. Linked. Frowning or hopeful, every man of lead, ershlp In any line of thought or effort must now lookjeyond tha limits of his own country'. The student of sociology may live In Tleilln or St Petersburg, Ttome or London, or he may live In Mel. bourne or Han Fanclaco or Dueno Aire; but In whatever city he Uvea, he muit pay heed to the atudlea of men who live In ilio fai(i,tr study umci vine. tviii litattempt labor problem and to deal with subject auch as life Inaur-aic- q we turn to e for. What you do here In Germany, and we comalso turn to aee what the far-omonwealth of New Zealand la doing. I warring When a great German actentlat against the moat dreaded enemle of man. kind, creatures of Infinitesimal site which the mlcroacope reveal In hi blood, he may spend his holidays ot study In central Africa or In eastern Aiai and he must know, what Is accomplished In the laboratories of Tokyo, Just as he must know the detail of that practical application of science which has 'changed the Isthmus of I'anama from a death-traInto what I almost a health resort Every progressive In China I striving to Intro, duce western methods of education and administration, and hundreds of European and American books are now translated Into Chinese. The Influence of European governmental principles Is strikingly II. lustrated by the fact that admiration for them has broken down the Iron barriers of Moslem' conservatism, so that their Introduction haa become a burning question In Turkey and l'ersla while the very unrest, the Impatience ot European or American control, in India, .Egypt, or the Philippines, takes the form of demanding that the government be assimilated mere close himself. pt. The emporer 'has. arranged for'a' lham battle. In which 12,000 men of ill arms will take parti PREACHER Georgia . CQWHIDED. : . Woman Claims .He Wronged Her Daughter. Savannah, Oa. Charging that her laughter has been wronger by. him, tors. C. H. Mousces soundly cowhldeU Rev. Dr. J. H. Wilson, rector ot tho Church of the Ascension, at tho door Df his study .In rthe "church hiiMIng: Mrs. Monscej, accompaned by her laughter. Miss Meta. went to tho rec- 1 tor's study. "Hero is tho child" you" wronged," laid (he mother, and" then she began to belabor Hie clergyman with a Mrs. Monsccs piled tho whip on til,. becoming exhausted, she fainted. Miss Meta then seized JbeycqwhlJe ind began to thrash the, rector. , Or. Wilson made no effort to defend himself, merely saying; "I will not resist jotf." Dr.lWlleon was badly Injured,, many of the blows landing on his face and cutting it to pieces. Immediately after being cowblded Dr. Wilson tend.ered" his resignation as pastor of the church, and It was accepted. . cow-bide. fcttht tat - of ROOSEVELT TO FUNERAL represent the United States mcnt at tho funeral of King Edward. Ho will tako the matter up with See--, retary Knox soon after he returns to Washington. President Taft, who attended tho an nual banquet of the Passaic Hoard ot Trade in this city, said he was, .anxious to appoint Col. to represent ' this governmentItoosovelt taken no Ho has step In that direction, however, as up to the time he left Washington no official notification bad been rocqlved bj tho Washington government ns to the date of the funeral. govefn-- , May Be American Representative at' Edward Obsequies. Pasaaldj N. J. President Taft.'ln V; probability, will designate Theodore Koosevelt as a special ambassador to. n' wl tnter-actlo- n, IMMENSE DISTRICT AFLAME Forest, Fires Sweep Northeast Minnesota. Wllwaukee, Wis. The, entire north- eastern part pf Minnesota Is smoking, vast timbered areas "n Wisconsin are be ngaweptby flames, several villages are threatened wth destruction, and large. losses seent inevitable, accord log to' dispatches received hero. Ilepqris, ladlcato that Arcs, ore scattered over un area of at least 600 miles. Dense smoko Is hanging over Lake Superior and fir 03 appear1 to bo burning in all drectlons. Woman's Plea Rejected. Ashevllle, N. C Dy a vote of, 17 to 0, the committee on revisals of the Methodist Conferenco rejocted tbe memorial to give women, equal rights In the church with tho men. It Is thought that the action of tho committee will b concurred In. t Lost $lx Years; Gets Fortune. Douglas, (Ja. George W. Llppscomb. for whom relatives Wave been search Jug- lot' years, was found here Tuesday Bd notified that a fortune of 1600,000 is awaiting him at Jaeksos, Mich., as wage-worke- r, ff p legacy from an aunt. " rearing la but llmlte armlea by which they were plundered: Oradaally ths now firattleeflr evnrchllen anr v 1d the merceristr haa ed. while the army exUta dlsa than ever before In on a vaate. amon the Bttlltary This Is Kurope. of In our own Civil war of the United mates the earns thing occurred, peaceful ople aa we are. At that time more then the twn generstlons had paseed since whole War of Independence. Dutlng the period the people had been en of that struggle and gaged In no yet. when the Civil war broke out. and 4t after seme costly and bitter leeeons the Ex-Presid- ent the beginning, the fighting spirit of to better advantage peeple was shown was peculiar-y- i than ever befjre. The war a war waged war for a principle, Ideal, and while faults side for an and shortcomings were plentiful among the combatants, there was comparsttvsly aordidness of motive or conduct. In ly to what It Is In England or the United little a giant strugste, where screes ths such State. warp of so many Interests Is shot ths So much for the geographical side of woof ef so many purpoies, dsrk strands the expansion ot modern civilisation. Itut and bright, atrand somber and brilliant, only a few of the many and Intense acare always Intertwined; Inevltsbly there tivities ot modern civilisation have found was corruption here and there In the Civil thrlr espresslon on thl side. The movewar but all the leaders on both sides, ment has been Just as atrlklng In Its and the great majority of the enormous over natural forces. In Its searching msses of fighting men. wholly disreInquiry Into and about the soul of things. garded, and were wholly uninfluenced by, pecuniary considerations. Conquest Over Nature. Wealth and Polities. The conquest ever nature has Included an extraordinary Increase In every form Another striking contrast In the course of knowledge of the world we live In, and at modern civilisation aa compared with also an extraordinary Increase In the poworj the later stage ot the Oraeco-tlomaer of utilising forces of nature. In both elasale civilisation Is to be found in tne directions the advance has been very relatione ef wealth and pollttca. In clae. great during the paat four or five een. ale tltnee. as the civilisation advanced to turles, and in both directions It has gnne ward ta stnlth, politics became a recoggreat on with ever Increasing rapidity during nised meana ot accumulating the last century. After the great age of Health. Caeear waa again and again on Ttome had the bound rle ot the verge of bankruptcy, lie spent an knowledge shrank, and .In many cates It enormoue fortune; and It recouped himwas not until our own times self by the money which he made out of career. Augustus esthat her domain was once again pushed hi political-militarbeyond the ancient landmarks, About the tablished Imperial Itomn on firm foundayear W A. D, Ptolemy, the geographer, tions by the use h made of the huge published his map of central Africa and fortune he had acquired by ptunOn'. Wtat the sources ot the Nile, and this msp was a contrast Is offered by (he careers of more accurate than any which we had as Wsshlngton and Lincoln! There were a late as KA A. D. More waa known ef few exceptions In ancient dsys; but the physical science, and more ot the truth Immense majority ef the a reek e and the about the phyalcal world waa gue.etl at. Romans, aa thrlr civilisations culminated, In the daya of Pliny, than was known or accepted money making n a large acale guessed until the modern movement beaa one of the Incidents or a successful gan. The case waa the same as regard public career. Now all of this Is In sharp military science. At the close ot the Midto what has happened wtthln weapon were what they contrail two or three centuries. During Age dle the the last had alway been word, shield, bow, this time there ha been a steady growth spear; and any Improvement In them waa away from the theory that more than offet by the loss In knowledge Is permissible In an honorable publlo caof military organisation. In the science of reer war, and In military leadership since the In this respect the standard has been daya ot Hannibal and Caesar. constantly elevated, and thing which A hundred years ago. when this unistatesmen had fio hesitation In doing versity was founded, the methods of three centuries or two centuries sro. and transportation did not differ In the which did not strloualy hurt a public cafrom what they had been among reer even a century a an, are now utterly the highly civilised nations of antiquity. Impoailble. Wealthy rSen still exercise a Travelers and merchandise went by land large, and sometimes an Improper, InfluIn wheeled vehicles or on beast of burence In politics, but It Is apt to be an Inden, and by aea In boats propelled by direct Influence: and In the advanced alls or by oar; and new wa conveyed atatea tho mere suspicion that the wealth a It always had been conveyed. A grad of publlo men ta obtained or added to a uate of your university today can go to.. an Incident of their public career will a conmld.Asla or with far less bar them froet pubtlo life. Speaking sciousness of performing a feat of note generally, wealth may very greatly Influthan would have been the esse a hundrrd ence modem political life, but It la not acyears ago with a atudent who visited quired In political life. Slctly and Andalusia. Optimistic for the Future. Moreover, the Invention and use ot ma' Mr. noosevelt called attention ta chtnery run by steam or electricity have worked a revolution In Industry as great tho fact that hitherto every civilizaas the revolution In transportation; so tion that has arisen has been ablti to aln the difference between that here ancient dem civilisation Is one not develop only a few activities. Its field merrly o' egree but of kind. In many of endeavor being limited la kind ss "I vital rerx the huge modern dly differ well as In locality, and each ot these more from all preceding cities than any of these differed one from the other; and civilizations has fallen. What Is tha the giant factory town I of and by Itself lesson to its of today? he asked. Will one ot the most formidable problem of the crash come, and be all the worn t. modern life. Inthe' terrible because of tha Immense Steam and electricity have given race dominion over land and water eueq crease la activities and area? To this he replied: as It nrvor had before, and now the of the air I directly Impending. As Personally, t ds not betters that our books preserve, thought through time, so civilization will fait I think that en the the telegraph and the telephone transmit whole we have grown better and net It through, the spare they annihilate, and were. I think that en the whole the futherefore mind are swayed one by anture hold more for tia than even the other without regard to the limitations tit great past has held, nut, assuredly, the space and time which formerly forced dreams of golden glory In the future wilt each community to work In comparative not com true unless, high of heart and eolation. It Is the same with the body as Mrons of hand, by our own mtihty deed with the brain. The machinery ot tli facwe make them come true. We cannot aftory and the farm enormously multiplies ford to develop any one sst ef qualities, bodily skill and Vigor. Countless trained any one set ot activities, at the cost of Intelligences are at work to teach us how seeing others, equally necestary, atroto avoid or counteract the' effects of phied. Neither the military eSJeleney ot wane. business the Mongol, the extraordinary The advances In the realm of pure Intelabllly thr Phoenician, nor the subtla lect have been' of equal note, and they and poltahrd intellect ot the O reek availed have been both Intensive and extenalve. to avert destruction. Qrrat virgin flelda of learning and wt Wr, the mVn of today and of the fudom nave been discovered uy the few. ture, need many juallttt If we are to do and at the same time knowledge has our work welt We need, first of all and spread among the many to a degree never most Important of all, the qualities which dreamed of before. Old men among us atand at the baae of Individual, of family have seen In their own generation the Ufe, ,the fundamental and eaentlal qualirise of the first rational science of the ties the homely, every-daevolution of life. The astronomer and the virtues. If the average man will not chemist the psychologist and the his- work, if he has not In htm the will and torian, and all their brethren In many difand the power to be a good ferent fields ot wide endeavor, work with If the average woman Is not a good a training and knowledge and method housewife a good mother of many which are In effect Instruments of prehealthy children, then the- state will topcision differentiating their labor from ple, wilt go down, no matter what may the labors ot tbelr predqressors a the be Its brilliance ot artisllo development rifle Is differentiated from the bow. .or material achievement flut these homeThe play of new forcea Is as evident In ly rjuallllea are not enough. There mint. the moral and spiritual world as In the In addition, txf (hat power of organisation, world of the mind and the body. that power ot working In common for a One Danger of Civilization. Common end. which the German people One of the prime dangers of civilization have shown In such signal fashion during Moreover, the haa always been It tendency to cauie the Isst the loss of the virile fighting virtues, of thing of the spirit sre even more Important than tha thing of the body. We can the fighting edget When men get too comfortable and lead too luxurious Uvea there welt do without the hard Intolerance and I alway danger leat the softness rat like arid Intellectual barrenntia of what was an acid Into their manllnesa of fiber The worst In the theological systems ef tbe barbarian, because of the very conditions paat, but there haa never been a greater of his life. Is forced to keep and develop needaof a high and line rellxlouaTplrit certain hardy qualities which the men of than at the present time. Ho, while we at some ot civilization tends to lose, whether he be can laugh clerk, factory hand, merchant, or even a the pretension of modern philosophy In certain type of farmer. Now I will not Its various branches, Jt would be worse assert that In modem civilised society than folly on our part to Ignore our need these tendencies have been wholly overof Intellectual leadership. come: but there haa bean a much more Must Steer Middle Course. eucceasful effort to overcome them than Kever haa philanthropy, humanitarian-lam- , was the case In the early civilizations, seen surti development as now. and Thl Is curiously shown by the military though we must all beware of the folly history of the Oraero-Iloma- n period as Compared with the history ot tbe last four and the' vlrlouanese no worse than folly, or five centuries here In Europe and which marks the believer In the perfecamong nation of European descent. In tibility of man when tils heart runs away 1:1 tha Grecian and rtoman military .history with of head, or when vanity usurp the ronaclence, yet we must rememthe change was atradlty from a citizen place ber nlso that It Is only by working along army to an army of mercenaries. In the days ot the early greatness of Athens, the line laid down by the philanthropists, the Thebes, and Sparta. In the days when the by aure lovers of mankind, that wa can of lifting our civilization be Ilomnn republic conquered what world It higher and more permanent plane of to a g knew, the nrmlea were filled with citizen than waa ever attained by any presoldiers. Hut gradually the citizens receding civilization. Unjuit war Is to be fused to serve In the armies, or became the nation unable to render good service. The Greek nbhoired: but woe tohold Its ownthat does In make ready to states deacribed by Polyblus, with but few not need against all who would harmtime of 'i exceptions, hired others to do their fight. Ing for them. The ltomans of the daya of and woe thrice over to tbe nation in which the average man loses the fighting Augustus had utterly ceased to furnish any cavalry, and were rapidly ceasing to edge, loses tho power to serve as a If the day of need ahculd arlae. furnish any Infantry, to the legions and It Is no dream to build cohorts. When the civilisation came to civilization Impossible morality, ethicalup a dean end, there were no longer citizens In velopment, In which feeling of brothertrue the rank of the soldiers. The change hood shall and a be alike from fall divorced from the citizen army, to the army of sentimentality, and from the rancorous mercenaries had been completed. and evil parslons which, curiously enough, Modern Citizens Armies. so often ncrnmpany professions pf sentiNow, the exact reverse has been the mental attachment to the rights of man! case with us In modern tlnic. A few In, which a high material development In centuries ago the mercenary aotdler was the things of the body shall be achieved the principal figure In most armtee, and In without subordination of tho things ot great number of cases the mercenary the aouli In which there ahall be a genusoldier wa an alien, In the war of reine drslra for peace and Justice without ligion In France, n the Thirty Tears' loss of those virile qualities without which war In Germany, In ths wars that Immeno love of peace or Justice shsll avail any diately marked Hie begtnninej of the race: In which the fullest development ot break-u- p of the great Polish kingdom, the scientific research, the great dlatlngulsh-In- g regiments and brigades of foreign fe.ture of our present civilization, formed a, atrlklng and leadlns feu. shall yet not Imply a belief that Intellect ture In every army. Too often the men can ever take the place of character for, of the country In which the flglitlng tool, from the standpoint ot tho nation as cl place played merely the Ignobl part of ths Individual, It ta character that la the victims, the burghers and peasants ap. on vital possession. at his-lor- y. mea-archi- es "W"" 9 PASSENGERS TENNESSEE nfvER PERISH PACrtKT TO BOTTOM IN FIVE MINUTES. ' MADE Steamer Turns en Bids and Qees to Bottom Near Glen Park, Mo., Thirty Miles From St. Louis. WEIXA1 at the Uni- - b"ch con-qut- st n pd. well-nig- h y money-makin- g St trills. Nine fiefsoM are thought to have been drowned wIioh Iho river pi earner City of flaltlllo, bound on ths l!lwltpl river trow Bt. Ixnils for Tennessee river points, struck a rock and suhK bI O'eer I'ark, Mo. Tho steamboat was driven toward (ho Missouri ahuro for an unknown cause and whoa In twenty feet ef water struck tbe rock, which sent her to (ho bottom A few ot tho survivors reached the shore, where four of tho women passengers wero found to bo mining, Many of the mm passngors are unaccounted tor and ate bellavtHl to. have perished nlso, ThJ survivors Immediately lent themselfvs to the work ot dragging out the struggling men and women In tho water, The. big boat when It struck; the rock Inimr-.i.aM-r careened toward the nhoro, and tha sleeping women and men wure thrown front their berths, Tho steamboat was loaded with 2? passengers, Including woruen and children. 'the boat sank within flcr minute after striking the reek. Riving the occupant uf lh craft.no chanro fur a dash for life. At tho first impact the boat loan ml far shoreward and Iho cr.es ot the women and children mlnr,lod with tho tearing ot the host's under timbers. When nesting (iletm Park, thirty wiles south of St. Ionls, the boat fell Into n shoreward draw of the current which dragged It landward dcsplto the frantic efforts of tbe pilot Kvcry effort, to slave Iho bis: boat from tho bank was fruitless, and, the reversing ot Iho engines, tho boat almost drifted to the bank. When It struck tho rock. The condition of the survivors was pitiable, and alt attempt to obtain In. Information from any of them was well nigh lmposs:bla because ot their almost hysterical condition, -- srpi Vegetable Compound Noam's ..."""nun Intcrul or. I ocnerson, IOWA. -"- WW wsemm old T nit my told you Jmt 11 how 1 r 111 irv at 1 once and row i Mra. W. II. IIuiioKit, Too Cherry 8l Jefferson, Iowa. Another Womrtn Cured. Olenwood, Iowa. years nBo 1 had Tallin and Stht? j skin and bones. I was 10 .irk I cortl hot do ray own work. ,tM3 ,u raonths I was made sound and well ki that your remcd les cared tnr ran publish my letter iln Dunn, (Hcnwood, Iowa. "-- Twund. I will always tell mj and frifj (i m w ef httf If you belonR to that countlrn army women who suffer from somefora of female Ills, lust v hmT VefteUuffl Comrwund? years this fsmoui rr malr has Iecn the standard for all formscf fcmalit ills, and has cured thnuundicf women who have loon troubled nth nch ailments For thirty te tumors, ulceration. regularities, tuck-ach- If you wnnt sprrlnl ndvlcemtto rorlttoMrM'liiUliiiiii.t.yrin.Maa, It Is t reo ttatl always helpful. Ksow ShsIo( Condort NO STROfPING NO HOMXC etc ir. HAVE AGREED ON VANDERBILT mown Chief Justice O'Rcar of Kentucky Set- ths Moaisoua con-qur- y, hu-ba- tled Qutstlon. Ashevllle, K. C Acting as voluntary peacemaker, Ch ef Justice C. O'ltcar of tho Kentucky court of appeals,- - has settled the Vanderbtlt question. While he refuses to discuss the terms or even to acknowledge that an end to tho long fight has come, his statement before tho committee on conplod with Information from other sources and certain significant circumstances, almost posltlrcly confirms the fact. As a result of his negotiations with Chancellor Kfrkland and lllshop llcodiil, w.th whom he was cloaeted until after midnight, and with lllshop Ho, an agreement has been reached whereby the right ot the church in the university arts accepted by alt parties, tbe general conference will oletl four trustees to fill tho present vacancies and no lawsuit will be brought to oust the church from ownership and control of the university. It Is understood that every member of the board of trust will bo brought here this week to sign the agrcccmnt, which certifies that tho board of trust "accepts" tho decision ot the Vender-bil- l commission In toto, will yield obedience to the absolute supremo, Ju-clal control of the collcgd of bishops and will not contest the right of the general conferenco to fill vacancies on tho board of trust In any manner It sees fit. olther by Its own selection or by delegated authority. DROP HIS HO0BIES. Jlrapsoa ing man? Simpson Is Watson a plfauat Yes tilt- started on rollglon, or politics. If you don't et Wa golf, automobiles - 20,000 FEET AND LIVE grow." "Huh," was Iho young woauws rejoinder, "some of Ihe Colorado men must havo been going around wait Dearer IVst Ing on their heads "- A Boomerang. One ot the officials vt ihe MiJUcd railway, coming frura Gknood Springs the other day. ss tellitc young woman on the train hmv derfully productive Cohradoi Irrigated ground Is. "Iteally,' ho explained, it s 10 rich thst girts who walk on It hare bit fcrt- - It Juat simply maVe il r feet - y such precipitation that both aeronauts were badly bruised and the balloon partially wrecked. Tho balloon came to earth near Center, Ky.. n hamlet about twvnty '"lies front Horse Cave;, and dropped through the final one hundred feet of space like a stono. The escape of the ballootilsts from Instant death was llttlu short of miraculous, Kellooo to Bee rtooievelt. Ilerlln. Frank II. Kollogg, Iho government's counsel In the Rtnnilard Oil cases, arrived fn Ilerlln Wednesday and rcco ved an Invitation to cull oa Mr. Itoosovelt. Mr. Kellogg la hero on a pleasuro trip. As ho Is 11 closo personal friend both of President Taft and Mr. Itoosovelt, ho Is peculiarly qualified to Interpret the political situation In Aemrlca to a man who long has been aay. It Is prolinblo that Mr. Itoosovelt will not miss the opportunity to got light on conditions at home. Control of Balloon Lost After Traveling Four Hundred Miles. Horso Cave. Ky. After a thrilling flight ot too mile, during which they ascended to an alt tudo of 20,000 feet, and encountered two snow storms, A. Holland Korbes, of llrldgeport. Conn., and J. A. Yates, of New York, lost control of their balloon, tho Vlklnar, Wednesday afternoon and rlcscendo.l with Visitor I saw your buiband In the crowd down town today In fi te was so closo that I could have tnutbed hi in. Different. Hostess That's straws be Is so closo that nobody hlml I'uck. The Limit. At boms can touea Knlckcr Tho prleo of onrytblti has gone up. Ilocker Yes. we even g"t a smaller Sub. holo In a doughnut - NVw York r , What Thinking: Takes Out and v tivity body, must I well-bein- outrtho Put Back pf ,thq brain, by Proper Food and Or brain-fai- r prostration arc sure to MM. I( you want keenest joy on carl h that comes with bemC try nervous aol-dl- er aol-dle- ftst Eat S.lver Dollars, St, Louis. St. Umls rats at losat soma ot tliein hollovo In free, nllvor as food. A. II. Allen, collector of Internal revenue, Wednosday received two sliver dollurs from Murluy Smith, n fanner near Ijiclcdo, Ma, w,Mch says ho lost In his curucrlb lr:t fall. Nunrly of one of. thorn had been oateu, and tho marks of Iho rodents' teeth uro plain In both. Tlio tellers or tho United States subtrenb-urrefused to feduum the co'iih and said thoy were marketable only us old h one-fourt- h y Grape-Nut- s pooJ "There's a ...... 1 Reason" r I'OSTUM LM'"'-- " Ifctlle trec. rn .: Ltd., sliver- - The more you cat RAILHOAD NOT RESPONSIBLE. .MHMMaaMMMalMMMISMMa- M- Quaker Scotch CJats the better your health will be, w Practical experiments with. tathletcs show Quaker Scotch Oats to be the greatest strength maker. In r l"rmtlcll' ROUND ABOUT THE STATE j0 What Is Goinii on In Different Louisville A Nashville Railroad Not Liable for Death of fAjt. Edmonds. Sections of Kentucky. Judgment ot the Kentort circuit court In tho case of M. L. llarbccon, administrator, against the Loulsvillo fr Nasvllt railroad Co, was affirmed, the court holding that Mrs, Emms Ed-- monds was killed accidentally at Craig street. In Covington, and that the company was not responsible for her' death. court In tho case of the commonwealth ngainsi tno rayno .Mcaicino wo. was alllrmcd, the appcllato court holding mo iuu license iu uiiuuMiituiiuiti The Judgment of the Christian cir cuit court In tho caoe of Dave Smith, sheriff, against J. M. Ronahaw and C. O. Prowsc was alllrmcd, Judge Nunn dissenting. Smith, a sheriff, failed to renew his bond within tho statutory time laid down by law, and ho was ousted by Prowse, who appointed Hon-sha- Mnrinrckts Bank ClIntM Btrsrt, HlektaM, Kftiitacky. ..ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.- .That ws Other iftdiefiraeetj an tf sMMeUry . ttr t 4 fkiMfttsn. Imfwttm Upon this Guirintet wt Solicit Your Patreiaf. Present. J. A. fCtiUr lit pckptp, ror ! inU. tins hoi clu end In M ' DIRECTORS AXtUm, B. Duohsnsn, 3. J. O. Doadura, O B. Thwllisia, . 14. Hubbard. Dr. K. M. T. A. Led ford, It. BUCHANAN,. ri3 u 3.1. THOHPJION, Csshtsw. Ilr, ALLEN'S FOOT-EA- SE aJl. nuifim (MlncnolaC hit, mat (at, talma, um) Iliad. hIiim Iml er Ma Hkix KL r. sxl btlnu. Iks cfti MMliirl illcpTrr r.t Allaa'. AlUn't TttfKtm, III anllrptlo Itawri.r lor tkm fret. It nni o U taolU. mart m fluunllf UkH Mia Mln( out 1 vrnxi pd Took-K- aa. THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY Tl Ma. fal Hkaa llthl. It 1. arrat. r lha fl. . W. h... ll'TO-UA- mmm imenUlt. T 1 1 lis nai arrrM SoMrrahara.Mt .aa.tllala, MOTH Kit IlKAY'fl NftRKT PdivilKRlV. TUlllKfc r. f.ri.K auklf tfc btaaii.li. t Oaaoraa. ttull wlllra' I VraaaMf amfajM,. f m4 Um' FREEi;tj:Aci"OK ... ), K.T. Tutt's Pills llaiuUltlbttarpMllvrr.tlrtfiftlirnlk dU or the towel f, tun (kk Etttlte fan., mutate L'arqiialril n ANTI-BILIO- At the close of business April 30 thcro wero $1,442,051.07 of outstand ing warrants, but there will not bo this number of outstanding warrants at this time next year, for tbe stato board of equalization and the state board of valuation and assessment will Increase' the assessments on the realty and personalty in Kentucky enough to raise funds, to pay off this debt In a large measure. The statement of Auditor James concerning tho close of business April Sinking fund. 30. follows: fund, $290,481.95; balance In treasury, $378,110.71; deficit in general expenditure fund, $109,- school 296.49. TRANSFER MONEY LOMC DISTANCE TELEPHONE t UtU APPIT Tl LMAt MAMAtn CIMIEIUKD ... TELEPHONE 4 TELE fi MP II CI Hit ST0MC IS $195,-925.2- 5; HMMJTE AM . MEDICINE. 1$$ n -- Absolutely THE BEST UrftaUf utw CMled. SauH Jom. rlc MMtlWMlittMl wit fill M U -- I kct. All IMlMllJvrf With $000,000 In tho treasury the rural school tcachcra hope to socuro their pay by tho first ot June; as the money hos been due slnco February. Ky. It is understood Louisville, that the cases growing out of tho night rider troubles at Princeton in 1907. when the warehouse ot tbe Imperial Tobacco Co, was 'burned, have been settled by .tho Insurance .companies for less ttian $1,000. Tbe outcome of tho cases Is regarded by the Insurance companies as 'a great victory, because tho "riot wh(ch clause" of the pollciea, provide that In caso ot flro being duo to riot, or similar outbreaks, tho comwas panies are not llablo for upheld by the court ot appeals. Augusta, Ky. Tho tobacco barn .01 George II. McKlbben, containing be tween 5,000 and 7,000 pounds of, tobacco, at the edgo of tho city, was burned. The tobacco had not been tho-los- nilllonaire Canned Goods. Hetnz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. CUieaar Ml.pu us When la sixa f GR0CERIB8, FRESH MEATS or JTEEDSTUFFS. Giw-- ) 4 rMM.urii IWMk Sa-.-. f IIIOUft ftOVfaU I Ul tkt- ft!;, ta (The abovo llkenes of Aucustus E. Wlllson Is. a from n lato photograph of tbo Governor made by Gaspard, the k sketch wcll-know- a Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. artist.) IX eiti win. ThMipitn'i Ejs Watir KENTUCKIANS AND NEIGHBORS. of New Capitol. Light on Cause of Tubereufosls. Tho sixth nnnual meeting of tbo National Association for tho Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis was hol4 In Washington on Slur 2 and 3. Among the raoit Interesting papeni win oni by Dr William II. Tark, tbo famous pathologist and head of tbe laboratories of tbo Now York city department ol health. Doctor Park contended that pulmonary tuberculoid Is very rarely, If oyer, causticity) Infection tbo from boring sources, such a drinking of iMIk or tho eating of meat Tuberculoid of tbe stomach and Internal organs, which compote only about ten per cent, of tbo sickness from this disease, are often caused by drinking or eating Infected matter. Doctor Park substantiated bis conclusions by showing tho results of years of and examination of pathological specimens. Ills conclusions are substantially those reached by Dr. Ilobert Koch, tha dlicoTcror of ths tutnres-tlgatlo- Governor Wlllson Issues Invltstlons to Attend Dedication -- Frankfort, Ky. Tho capltol commission decided to Invito, cvorr person In Kentucky to attend tho dedication of the capltol, and ns chairman of tho lommlssloii flor. Wlllson Issued tho following Invitation: To All Our Peoplo of Kentucky and to All Our Neighbors: You are cordially Invited by tho citizens' commlttco and the capltol commission, through tho governor as chairman, to attend the dedication of the now Capltol at Frankfort. Ky., on Thursday, Juno 2, 1910, and ft reception to bo held at the new cpltol at night from 7:30 to 11 o'clock. Senator W. O. lliadley will deliver tbo principal address. GREAT CROWD 8AW DERBY. ATTEND BIENNIAL MEETING. Ledford& Randle "HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS MTABUSHED 18. TOM WLLON, Sr., Pros. , fSseeesssc ts B. C Kaswfs, Isassssl.) n berculoid bacillus. Eel. Flndlnj of Tbe straits of Mcislna arc channels of Itntncnso depth, through which a wild form of whirling eddies haro the effect of bringing up from the depths htch below many marlno creatures are rarely seen oxcept In tbo deep sea trawls. It was hero that tbo freshwater eel waa first dlscorcrcd, an In cldent whli:h throw a blazo of light on the llfo history of a very ruysturl-ou- s Dally Telegraph. Fresh-Wste- r on English Walter Which aldo of tho tabio do you wish to alt on, sir? American Quest I prcfor to sit on a chair Judge. It takes peopla who haro no opinions of their own to make good Jurors therefore women nro not eligible. Neither. Children Especially Like The sweet," "toastic" flavour of Post Toasties Crisp, fluffy bits of perfectly ripe 'white corn cooked, rolled and then toasted to an appetizing brown. Held a Splendid One and Drew Spsc Many Prominent Kentucky Women at Session In Cincinnati. tators to Churchill Downs from Everywhere. Louisville. Ky Many of the- - most prominent women of this city com' Louisville, Ky. Tho Kentucky Der- poeed the delegation loulavllle sent to by of 1910 has passed into history. tho general convention of Women's What tho Derby at Kpsom Downs Is to clubs, In Cincinnati. Tho local dele England, tho Melbourne Cup to Aus- gates went to Cincinnati In a special tralia and tho Grand Prix to the car, French turf, tho cjasslc event at Mrs, J, A. Leech Is president of tho Churchill Dpwns this season ranks Kentucky Federation and Mrs. I. 8. the same In America. Harnett is secretary. of tho turf tbo fow Tho Kentucky women from all over tha that nro left point with pride to the stalo are also In attendance. days when they witnessed Oroy Kagle and Waguor battlo for supremacy, BOY BANDIT SENTENCED. 'i'hoso of later days retail the famous iAingfcllow and Harcontest between Thomas Jefferson Hoal, Who Killed ry IlassctU Those fortunate enough Indiana Bank Cashier, Gets to see tho contest Jot it down with Life Term. the samo rcmcmbranco that tho rovero tho great Derbies of Ioul8vlllo, Ky. Thomas Jcffomcm other dayx Hoai, the noted boy bandit, was founil Tho management of tho Now Louis- guilty of murder at Corydon, Ind., and ville Jockey club had done all In Its rcntcnccd to llfo imprisonment. iwwcr to niako this year's Derby as Loulavllle boy Hoal Is a nearly an International race aa It could who last November executed an amax- llotne-brefighting hbrses bo with only atUck on tho Merins single-handefor tho laurels that crown tho victor. chants' National bank, of New AlThey provided a place for tbo man of bany. Ind., wltji the .motive of robbory, millions, who can go in hla $10,000 In tho bank ho became excited, shot motor, whllo they had also provided and killed Cashier J, Hangary Paw-cct- t, (roe field for the citizens not so a wounded President .J. K. Wood lortunato In a financial senso. Ho saw ward and also a ncgo chauffeur. victho race, however, and choorcd tho tor with tho same enthusiasm as tho Frankfort. Ky. Representatives of cltlion, who, on the clubhouse veranda, tho Southern Pacific Co., Deechniont. hands, applauded Jefferson county, apd Auditor Frank with his tho lucky horso. P. James agreed upon a settlement of back taxcB owed by tho company, Dayton, Ky. Vrank Iluesman, 41, which will net the stato U72.&00 and 925 . Fourth street, was found lying Jefforson county $100,000, and Rev unconscious under tho C, C. & l. rail- enue Agent Matt Holt will get In fees road bridgo nt tho foot of Dayton and penalties $21,000. The basis of ctrect, in Cincinnati, bleeding from a assessment agreed upon was $5,800,-fiit across tbo throat. Iluesman said 000 for 1907. $8,000,000 for 1908. $9,that ho was despondent and had slash- 000.000 tor 1900, and not less than $9, ed his throat with a penknife. Ho was 000,000 for 1910. fonnorly an Inmato of lAkoland Frankfort, Ky. Slowly but steadily asylum for Ilia Insano. At tho Cincinnati hospital It was stated that ho will tho resources In thoNbanks In Kcn tucky are increasing. W. Sherman recover. Hall, In charge of tho banking depart Islington. Ky. Tho final Inspection nicnt has completed a comparattvo of thn new Intonirban lino between statement of tho resources and llabllt Lexington mid Nlcholasvlllc, prelim- ties of thq banks In Kentucky. Thcro inary to Its opening to tho public, was are 4.1G banks, 3G combined banks and mado when an interurban car bear- trust compunluB, and 13 trust com ing General Manager J. I Oppenhelm-cr- , panics, doing business In this state, Superintendent of Construction J. Theuo banks had on April 12, total resources of $104,4C8,SC7. .They have J. Pope, Chlof Knglnccr Georgo and Superintendent of Transpor- n cpmblned capital of $19,947,440, surtation Henry Hush left for a test run plus and undivided profits of $3,409,1 885 and deposits of $70,294,042. to Nlcholasvlllc. s d Mc-Leo- d pooled. of Paris. Ky. Tho corner-stonParis' handsome new Federal building was laid under the auspices ot Paris lodge, No. 2, F. and A. M., In the pres ence ot a largo throng. After the In vocation by tho Itov. Dr. B. l. Shlye, the ceremony ot placing the cornerstone in position was performed by the officers ot tho grand lodge, Grand Mas ter John W. Coles, Deputy Grand Master Robert Uurman, Grand Senior Wan den David Jackson and Grand Junior Warden Joseph H. EwalL Louisville, Ky. Kentucky Prohlbl tlontsts In convention hero declared In favor ot a constitutional amend ment prohibiting tho manufacture and salo ot liquors in the United States, and selected candidates for congress In the 11 Kentucky districts. Chas, H. Jones, ot Chicago, chairman ot the national executive committee, and Mrs. Frances K. Dcauchamp, president of the Kentucky W. C. T U., took active part In tbo convention. e riarble and Granite ilonuments CtWBlNd. STONI WORK 4 klaste, IRON PCNCINO. HICKfTAN, BSSBSSSBBSSBSSSBSSSSBBSl m i t- KENTUCKY ' A FLYER AT Meet Your Friends AT ADVERTISING Df THIS PAPER IS MOT AN. AEKOPLAtUC EXP2UUMENT Our rsies richt they pcopl know 'your rljht. f codi and pricti trein this. Ha a seri.s of at!s. If results show, Lauderdale's Toosorial Parlors a stoaMctasssu Hsk BAdasU WkM sWHrio llgkts sad kyAre.uMeoluan ssU rsrjtklit for oeaierik lt ft. Deattyvlllo, Ky. Lightning Instant ly killed Alfred Hampton, colored, and hurt taking shelter colored boy, whllo from a thunderstorm under an oak tree In Owsley county. Tho men had been planting corn and when the storm came up went to .the tree for shelter. Howling Green, Ky. Of the 61 county superintendents In tbe West ern district, 49 wero hero for the Albert Drandonburg, another equal, speak to us about a year's contract s s s THAT PLAN NEVER LOST A MERCHANT ONE PENNY Cuj; tXJ, other conditions being ppr. QHjiUb StrMt, HicksMS, Ky. sfsxt Aeer U Jsm' Cslsw bj W. M. U.l Casb Book Store tflMdli SrieeUoa . . . LAND FOR SALE Betk city Rn;l farm property at reasonable prices. If yon have real estate for ale, let us get yon a buyer. ADDRESS: pur-pof- to ot discussing the educational needs of Kentucky, especially Western' Kentucky, and the best and quick est means ot accomplishing these needs. President H. H. Cherry presided at tbo meetings. Thcso educa tional meetings are interesting and enthusiastic, and painting to the wel fare of tbo Kentucky child tho future Commonwealth. New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, Notions, Etc OfJI Served with 'cream and this fruit, sometimes dainty food pleases the whole family, Give the home-folk- s a treat. "The Memory Lingers" Pscks.ts 10c and 1 Plkevllic, Ky, Judge J. M. Kobor- son received n telegram that his youngest daughter, Miss Nona, had been married at Owlngsvlllc, Ky., to C. R. Fuller, who had charge of tho local telegraph olfice. Hla daughter Norn eloped, two years ago with J. Norman Ulnko, of Huntington. W, Va Miss Koborson was supposed to bo vis Itlng Mrs. Hlako whan shcolopcd with Fuller, and the Qrst now of tho man rlago rocelvcd hero was a messago asking forgiveness. Ellrabethtown, Ky. Real Estato Agent J; R. Ashlock sold tbo residence and fifty acres ot highly Improved thU land ot Judgo Weed S. Chelf, m4 m our stock. Everything L Hickman Courier Realty Gi Hickman. Kentucky. . MamBarciiiles&Corapan? Let Us Be Your Waiter Wt never tire of helping others when they ask for good job printing. We can tickle the most People rtbm exacting typographic appetite. have partaken of our excellent service coma back for a second serving. Our prices are the most reasonable, too, and you can always depend on us giving your orders the most prompt astd careful attention. Call at this office and look over our ample. Ky. The now stone Lexington, statue of Henry Clay, designed by Pculptor Charles J. Mulligan, of Chicago, Is completed, and was placed In position on top of the Clay shaft lu tho 1sxlngton cemetery. Tho dedication ceromontoa nro planned for July 4. go J. L. Dagg IloiklnsvIlle, died suddenly of apoplexy at his horn at Vldalla, La. Ho was.&7 years of ago and unmarried. Ho was a inombor of tho Louisiana constitutional convention nid a circuit Judsc Ky.-Iud- Lexington, Ky. Claudo V. Snyder, of Ixjulsvllle, fonnorly aecretnry of the Kentucky and Tennessee Hoard ot Fire I'ndcrwrltors, but more recently Btato agent of tho Insuranco Comnpny of North America, has been elected manager of the Henry Clay Flro Inimrancc Co, ot Kentucky, which has been organlxed: headquarters hero, city, to II. U Inglchort for $8,500, Judge Chelf will move his faintly Into the city. nar 5c. Ltd.. POSTUll CKRKAL COMPANY, H.itl. Ctttk, Mieb, Cynthlana, Ky. RcV, Charles ArCarlisle, Ky. Tho Jury In the case thur McFaul, pastor of the First Hap-of Hobort It larr. Jr., who wns ac- list church, Oranse, Tex., who com cused of tho murder of Hiram Hedges, mitted rulcldo at Houston, was. marIn March, 130S, rcutrned a verdict of ried to Miss Mary Hubbard Smith, of m. this city, daughter of tho lto Prof. N, nni gum; r gmltii, here February 22 last. JOB PRINTING "" Ml. kill. -1m Wa can in thm c!im ut printing, ss4 w s 1UU Uh " kiww,I neiuu( icrimteaa, lHr fitAQi, . bill . .. A . .. Iwob. eit., cut recife t suns c&reJiU Uiu Mm neceaury. Prom pi lVtry slwts. t I THE I I tkAAAAMAA ( Wyfii.Ov ELECTRICAL NOTES. Betsy Is an advanced exponent of comfort, economy and good cheer. She will endeavor to win a place In the hearts of every family In Hickman, and to this end she tells of her experiences, her ideas of man and woman, theories, and of tho of Salonika. The erection of the latest electric many advantages ot trading with Elfurnace for the production of stool lison Uros., tho home of low prices, brought the total number In service squarec dealing, good company and In the United States and Europe up good will. to 35. Betsy says; "These days there's In the Tllleres works. no uso In a good housekeeper saying the largest In France, which aro near- sho can't find anything to cook, for lng completion, nine 1,700 horse-poer turbines will produce 23,000 elec- Ellison Iiros. get In almost dally, . Fresh Strawberries tric More than 7,500,000,000 telephone Green Peas messages were snt la the United Green Snap Beans States last year, the number of Instru Pie Plant ments In serTlce having grown to exAsparagus ceed the 7,000,000 mark. Ripe Tomatoes One of the largest car building comGreen Onions panies In the country has decided to Radishes abandon steam as a motive power and has begun the erection f a mammoth New Irish Potatoes electric plant Squash The top of tho Philadelphia city hall Cucumbers tower, which Is over 600 feet abovo And everything else that's good the street, probably will be utilized aa a wireless telegraph station, to b to eat. controlled by the municipality. Try a sack of Belle of Ava Flour GRIP FOR ELECTRIC LIGHT the highest quality of flour that can be made. Massachusetts Man Makes Dsclded r hydro-electric horse-power- electric storage batteries. American apparatus will be used al most exclusively In the reconstruc tion of Peking's telephone system. By using barriers of wire, heavily cbarged with electricity, tho Japnnese are driving the savages of Formosa back Into the mountains. Electric street cars, built In Phila delphia, have besn Introduced by a private company In tie Turkish city Electric devices now nre success" fully employed In branding clgat boxes. German railroads aro experimenting extensively with ears operated by UET3Y GOODHOME. Push the now railroad, USO at Helm & Ellison's. Circuit Court at Clinton thin week Everybody invited decoration June 3. to nttend the Itobert Beadles has been appointed postmaster nt Fulton. Tho comet will bo visible tomorrow evening In the west nfter sunset. Henry Pollock purchased a lot from O. II. lloiul In his now addition this week. No. 3S--the d all v red. Telephone your grocery order to Old Reliable all goods Warren Ellison came In this morn lng from Lebanon, Tenn., where he has been attending school. Mrs. Q. B. llartlctt. and children' of Kockport, Ky., camo In this morning to attend commencement exercises of Hickman College. Children's Day services at the Presbyterian Church last Sunday pre sented a vory interesting program and were well attended. Wo understand the Mongol HoxCo. will make some changes In tho office force in Hlc'iman. Among others. A. E. Dellow will be transferred to the LouIsv'IIp office. Mrs. J. M. Hubbard and two daugh ters, Mrs. A. E. Kennedy and Miss Charlotte, left this morning for New York to spend a month. From New York Miss Charlotte sails for c'urope where she will spcud several months, Kupp enheimer JF you wear a Kuppenheimer suit you will Improvement Slack on s. And then Shaker is tho best ever. Bread A decided Improvement orer the old style of slack take-ufor electric light cords Is that designed by a Mas- p ring Jaws Grip Cord. each use tts man. The primary ad van take at tfce new type of grip Is that It ssa he attached at any time and by any person, whereas the old style take-u- p seeded to be attached before the lasap was on. The device shown In the Illustration la a spmdle with two spring gripping members on the ends. As will be seen, the method of Manipulation Is simple In the extreme. If the electric light cord Is too long all that needs to be done Is to take up whatever slack there Is over the desired length and clip on the grip at either side of the slack. Even a child could regulate the length of the cord by this type of take-up- . It Is understood, of course, that the use of this device refers most particularly to pendant electric lights, hanging over desks or table, the height of which the user may wish to change from time to time. Eleetrlo Railways In Tokyo. The Tokyo electric, railway carried 13,655,000 passengers during the first half of 1909, the receipts from which were $1,490,000, and on which a dividend of 5.4 per cent was declared, against 4 per cent for the second half of 1909. The present regular fare, which the authorities refused to allow to be Increased, Is a cents, plus the government transit tax of one-hacent, but return-tritickets, season tickets, transfers, workmen's tickets, and concessions to soldiers, sailors, etc., reduce the recetpts materially. Kill Rate by Electricity. One of the latest Ideaa for killing -- Fresh every Tuesday and Friday morning. Each loaf A year or so ago, tho City of Hick wrapped In waxed paper. man leased to the N. C. & St. L. Kailroad Co. for park purposes. And thu finest of small tract of ground adjoining their Fresh Meats We pay two cents a pound more to depot property. This lot was easily get the best, but you'll find It IS worth 500. Later, Col. H. Duchan an and Gen. II. A. Tyler bought and tho best to be had. installed a beautiful bronze fountain, Fresh Young Lamb costing $250, in the Incloiurc, and Saturday. the HIcksaan Ice & Coal Co., furnish ed water for It free of charge. The Nearly railroad company placed an Iron A Ton of Candy will be here this week: from New fence around the grounds and it they have ever done anything else York. This Is the noted toward making a park ot It, we have Red Brand Candy failed to see 1L At many of tho which will be sold at company's stations along the Use 10 Cents a Pound are smalt parks which have been gtv and the en the usual attention this spring Fine Chocolates and are now things ot beauty. Hut and Hickman's park ground Is a mass s of weeds, unkept trees, etc., a dis we will sell at grace to the city, and as tacky look 5 Cents a Quarter Pound lng as any back yard In town. It Is Come and sample It not a great undertaking to-- find tho cause of this, and the matter should Ellison Brothers. be put before Pres. Thomas, or the lease cancelled. Bon-Bon- look fashionably dressed, and will appreciate the many features which you do not get in any other make. Naif eh Bros. D. Q. Co. is the only house where you can get Kuppenheimer suits $16.50 kwear, to $25.00 We carry a most complete line of Hats, Shoes, NecHose, Overalls and, in fact, everything in the Dry Goods and Notion line, all of the best makes that the market produces. VISITS COMRADE'S GRAVE. We would be pleased to show you anything you wish, whether you purchase or not. Gen. II. A. Tyler, commander ot tho Forest Cavalry Corps, Confederate Army, was In DUoxl last night ac companied by a small- - party oMrlcnd The gonernl paid a visit to tho grave in the Soldiers' Homo cemetery at Beauvolr of First Lieut. Berl Welch of Company A, 12th Kentucky Caval ry, ot which Cen. Tyler was, captain , during the Civil War. Besides Gen. Tyler, whose homo Is at Hickman, Ky., the party was com posed of Miss Mabel McNIchols, spoil sor of the Kentucky Division, Padu cah, Ky,, Miss Marie Brevard, chief ot staff for Oen. Tyler, Hickman; Frank Smith, major on Oen. Tyler's staff, Martin, Tenn., and Mrs. Itoy W, McKlnuey, chaperone, Forest's Caval ry Corps, Paducab. Tho llttlo party visited Pass Chris tlan and Gulfport. However, Oen. Tyler went to tho cemetery at BeaU" vor for tho purpose of seeing that a proper monument be placed upon Uie grave ot his comrade, who died some months ago. city for Keni The party left this tucky lASt night. IMloxl, Miss., Dally Herald of May 2. -r- Nothing New. paraphrase the old gag about gratitude," said the boarding house philosopher, "penitence Is a lively sense ot punishment to come. To Anything you want that we haven't got In Furniture we will be glad to order It for you. Hickman Furniture Company. IS CONTROLLED BY WIRELESS Naifeh Bros. Dry Goods TO DECORATE GRAVES. Co. The Daughters of tho Confederacy will meet at thu City Cemetery Juno Frenchman Invents Tors do Which Is 3, at 3 p. in., to decorate the graves Operated by Waves SiMsessful and will carry out thu following pro Experiment. gram: "Praise God from Whom All Ulesslngs Flow." Prayur Kev. O. W. Wilson. Song "Hock of Ages." Address Iter,, Stockton. Chorus "Bonnie Ulue Flag." Decoration of graves. Benediction. Theater. A mirRery for thu children of pa. Irons Is connected with a (llasgow (Scotland) theater. In walks, attracted by an electric light and a display of food. Once In be can not get out, and an electric current kill him In 50 or CO seconds. The apparatus an be so arranged that the leetreeuted animal itself signals Its fat to any desired place, advising the watchman by an electric bell or the lighting of an eleetrlo lamp that there is a dead rat to be removed. rats If a trap Into which the animal Theft Whether we force the man's property from lilra by pinching bis stomach, or pinching his Angers, makes some difference anatomically; morally, none whatever. Iluskln. Soli Acts as Preservative. Ilodles burled for 160 years have been found In Siberia In u perfect tutu of preservation. Farte Naifeh and family have moved back to lllckmau from Fulton, where Mr. Naifeh has been looking after tho branch store of Naifeh liros. Dry doods Co. for the past two years. The have discontinued the business at that place. l'attie Sicilian, daughter of I'. Slgman, of near Pulton, and Clyde Iiurnutt, of near the same town woro married at tho homo of The Wish to Scatter Joy. Then-- Is no beautltler of complexion the bride Tuesday evening' The or form or behavior like tho wish to groom was formerly lu tho grocery scatter Joy around us. -- Emerson, Suite's Excellence Is the name of business In Fulton. our new, high grade flour, guaranteed Early Tobacco Cultivation. Evidence has been found tbat to- to be the best la Hickman. Your Don't V bothered with a misfit bacco was cultivated lu tlurwau gar- money back It not satisfied. Betters-wort- wheu you oau get a fit. Schmidt, the dens as early us 1570. Prather. Tailor. 25. h French Inventor has eome for ward with a torpedo which he claims oan be controlled by wireless, The contrivance when out of water has tht appearance ot being two torpe does, one above the other, and about six fat apart. The lower part Is the real torpedo, carrying a motor stor age battery, an apparatus for Motiv ing the wireless or Hertaian waves, and at the nose or forward end an explosive charge weighing 1.JO0 pounds. Tb ordinary torpedo only carries a charge of 190 pounds. The upper part Is merely the floater. When places! In the water, the ceatrlvaaee sinks to the upper floater, which car ries two masts and antennas for re ceiving the wireless wavss. In ths ex periments the Investor mads use of an Instrument somewhat resembling a piano. When be touched one ot the keys the torpedo responded Immediately, going to right or left as direct 4. By sending a varying number of waves he moved the rudder of tho contrivance to right or left as he pleased. The wireless waves do not tfcesaaelrea operate the screw or rud der, they simply eeatrel ths appear A Song 1 14 LTUVUJUIV1 A1?"VI IDT O ff CVJ. MANUFAaimMLUlWUO IOU!SVlLL&,Kr,lA ,'anws Samples on display atthis office. The Hickman I Courier - EXCLUSIVE IOCAI Wiliu tVHh . Nursery AG.BNTS FOR THIS EXCLUSIVE, LINE-v- : .n, hers. buard U M ou Us Dlnford Newton and wife are vis It) ng his parents, J. C. Newton and wife. Mr. Newton has a position on most ineii. the stronger on the right side. the Huntington derrick. Climate Makes the Oltference. Iluvumi bus 400 dltTeiunt kinds ot roiHl Huh, while England nil around bus. only GO sort of food IIkIi, Miss on about Obion ltton J of a slough in It. II. Drlsklll, nged GO, a woll h had been fWu.uB Hi "J W known traveling salesman for tho drowned, us first report"!" Ilnfner Mfg. Co., of St. I.ouls, ileulor dontly died of h art trout, In sash, doors and blinds, died at Wednesday, r , his homo lu Union City, Muy 8th. . . .. . but tnew'" ... loft homo 10 go left him got tired and Br'cr Williams Says. t 1 don t Willi! tir iiMilnr klnti' hoAvnn he old not couio borne 'twel f villi ilnp Mil ..win tl.n I uln't search was begun and about 3 0 (twine ter muko too close Inquire-llient, his body was tound 'l " .hnzu tliv inlclit m m whar 1 B, year, old ana come fruin, un' how come. Atlanta nu ., ! Jerry w!joif Constitution. " was of UiIh county O and Is surviu-- v, g(ag,, M Mrs. F, S, Moore and daughter and and two daughters John cllB Mrs. K. 11, Prather left Sunday to who lived with mm, Hlcl"B visit Mrs. Moore's mother, Mrs, U. A. Davis, who lives near Royal, at Ylllu Kldge, Ills. tou Uaiutte. dJynlgut Joe MeDrldc, who l.u-of lb lumbus road nt the (out I dead Divls hill, was found lb orlk JJ . B s. 1 . NOW LIVING Ciilton roMHtjr will Irll "u ?L"'i ha n.or local Hw .r.rolirt.PfrlB tUI ' of Kentucky ifctloii yJHtS THE HICKMAN COURIER. up the Hill of Success, The Courier has a Spanktn' Good Team, A BLUE MARK KXRX mean tbtt rear nerlptlon hfti expirM llenew prompt If If Jim want the Dp-- T to ecme to jou after thU month Advertising ia the Team that Pulls the CommBxclal Wagon Grease the RxIbs of Your Wagon, Did Man, and let's Hitch Up 1NSB Ot.DIIBT HO. 4H VOLUME PAPER IX WESTERN sT.NTUOKT ni HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1910. WHOLE ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR R0.84f Lowe Brothers DAILY DIET HINTS The Railroad Situation At Br tin. T. J. ALLUi Foot SpecUlUt. High Standard rtn by The Oourlr artut MONODIET SPECIALLY BENEFICIAL TO INVALIDS AND THE AGED. The monodlet one food at a time has been proved by many experiments superior to the common practice of mixing foods Indiscriminately; but whether a sole menodlet, as distinct from a varied mono-di(fruit one meal, Leans or v Liquid And tlon Paint one-thir- llFJ WILL WE QET THE Gives Best Result that ii the teal comldera. reiulti not price per gallon. d to one Covering results half more iquare feet covered. Wear-reiulTwo to three yean longer 'service, and lurface left in good condition for new painting. ti ton County. Nothing better In Hickman or FulPrices are right, too. CowgiiTs Drug (Incorporated) Store ALL S0RTSi44kyi nuts or bread, rice or potatoes, or toast, a great variety singly, In succession, at another), has not been definitely determined. Milk Is tha sole monodlet when growth Is most rapid and all conditions of nutrition host. The greater the variety, the greater the adaptation required, and adaptation everywhere entails watte. Cornaro douoled his years by living on a vrfiy simple diet. "Old Parr," who lived to 150 odd years, In Englund, pretty closely a narrow diet of "coarse bread, cheese, whey and small beer." Few may With to deny themselves the pleasure of variety, but tha Invalid and the aged can be greatly benefited by the application of this knowlet&e. (Copyright, mL. , The perfect toilet soap made from Palm and Olive oils. For delicate, beauti- ful complexions. For every member of the family; and For every toilet use. Palmolive Helm & Ellison MARRIAGE by Joseph B. Howies.) What bun become of tbu old fashioned offlcu that used to seek tbo wauf O Thus. A. KdUons' royalties for moving picture patents (olal nearly a weok. lowy i tbo bcrolno Is wildoesn't keep u fat woman from njoylug a romance. Dr Tliu fact ;.t ense On the Streets to Tbe following were granted 11week: marry in Obion county last Porter Ray and Verua Brown. Arthur Allen and Bessie Sloan. A. D. Foy and Eunice Donobo. insurance Kennedy. Wyatt Johnson and Eva Roper. SCHMIDT THE TAILOR. Earl B. Cobb and Ola Klrkwood. J. A. Wiley and Mary E. Brandon. W. O. Garrett Is on tho sick list Arch Daniel and Fannlo R. Everltt. this week. J. T. Crawford and Clara Parchman Best flour on the market Betters-wort- h & Heard LICENSE. Cook If ouo well-know- Demo- Pratber. crat who hasn't been mentioned ai a caiididudlo for President In 'J'l O llultu'i Excellence li tbu uaiuu ot our now, high grade flour, guaranteed to bu tbo bust lu lllckmau. Your uiuney back If not satisfied. Betters-wort&. Pratber. O II, V. A. A. Fans, C. T. Bondurant and D. B. Wilson, composing ifhe committee appointed to solicit funds and secure for the new' railroad from Tiplonvillc to Hickman, report liberal contributions from nearly everybody y has been secured. News item. along the route and most of the right-of-wa- y right-of-wa- Frank REO Friday on business. Cox, of Union City, was here less REO Is served. Your parties are not complete un Cowglll's. O h Then Is a report current bero tbat tbo Chicago, Memphis & Gulf railroad an entranco Into which is Hickman, Is directed to l'aducah and will connect hero with onu of tbu five railroads on tbu northern sldo of tbo Ohio river that aro projected for tbts city. Tint surveying party at In bU episcopal address before tbo work near Hickman is tho samu that Methodist Conftrenco at Asbuvlllo, N. worked on tbo other side of tbo river. t , Bishop lleiidrlx flutly opposed tbu I'ndurali demands uf tbo women of tbo cburcb for represunUitlou lu conference, lie said tbu request wus not lu bartuouy wlib bis Ideas as to wouiau's place In tbu cburcb, lu tbu bouio and lu society. O Tbu Hickman Courier devotes a col uiuu of figures to provo tbat It Is cheaper to die tban llvu In Uiat city. It looks llku au advertisement of tbu doctors and utiduitukers of lllckmau. -- New Madrid Hecord. GeuUeuieu, It Is against tbu ethics ot lllckmau uiedi cos to advertise. SmlUi, a prominent farmer ot Madrid llend, Ivy., wan hure with a party uf frleuds tbu otbur dny and reported tbu prospect for cotton better now tban U ban been for & years. New Madrid Record. set-kin- g News-Democr- rPAINT! Company. Tbo Kentucky Court ot Appeals In tho case of Commonwealth vs. Payno decided that Section 4274, Kentucky Statutes, wan unconstitutional and void In so far as It sought to Impose a license tax of $100 a year on nil sellers of patent medicines except druggists at tbelr place ot business. In order to oxpldito. tbo tabulation of tho census returns tbo Census Bureau at Washington has leased two additional buildings to accommodate nn extra working forco ot 3,000 The employes will work day and night, nnd nn announcement as to the population of cities is expected lu a few weeks. per-Bon- st Anything you want that wo haven't got In Furniture we will be glad to order It for you. Hickman Furniture 1 1 Tbu census offlcu bus unofficially estimated tbu Increaso ot population lu tbu Uulted Stutcs slncu 1100 at 15,11.030. Tbo ostlmated total of tbu United Stiites lu 91,44,4:3. Tbu estimated for Greater Now York Is 4,5C3,CU3, an Increaso ot 1.1UG.4U1. Chicago's population Is estimated at i.mfiZd. St. Louis Is given us Hickman will show up with 2,700 souls wltblu tbu corporate llniltB and about 2.000 Just over tbo line. C'JS,-71- i the best summer drink made. Tho days ot the shirt waist hat are Cowglll's Drug Store. upon us and lovely aro the panamas. Mr. and Mrs. Lexle Parks and par- draped with prlntetd crepe scarfs, that the shops aro showing. These ty wero here Sunday. are very largo and havo soft rolling Telephone that grocery order to brims and generous Crowns. The Detterswortk Pratber. wide panama Is considered smarter Miss Frankie Peavler, of Throe than tbe natural but thore are plenty ot thu latter tbat rival the bleached States, was hero Saturday. hats for smartness. This style ot H. It. Green lias been on the sick hat has quite as much trimming as list with material rheumatism. many bats that are not in any sense Dr. J. M. Hubbard and party went In tbe outing or shirtwaist class. It may also be not amiss to again state to Fultou Sunday in bis auto. that tbe largest hats are exceedingly Call at the Hickman Furnlturo Co. low and set on the head almost to for anything you want In furnlturo. the care, completely covering the b5g coltfuro. Tbe Kodak season Is here. A line at from SI up. Helm & Ellison. As a result ot refusing to give his C. P. Shumate came in last Thursday and spent a part ot this week seat to a white man on a street car, a negro named Oscar Lewis is at the bore. point of death In a Memphis hospital. A dainty dessert Just after a quarrel la Jacobs Candy all size boxes. We want all the local news. It Harris. you cannot see a reporter, call No. Suite's Excellence flour is 21 Cumberland or Home phone. guaranteed by us. Bettersworth & Prather. Buy your groceries from the HickWill Leech, of Wlngo, was here man Grocery Co., and save 6 per this week tbo guest ot bis sister, Mrs. cent. D. B. Wilson. TVin'f thrnv ihnt mat nlnw Twlnf away take It to Clay & Caldwell and have tt ground. Mr. Ayers, of Toledo, Ohio, was here Saturday and Sunday, tbe guest of Miss Cbnrlotto Hubbard. LET US SAVE YOU MONEY ' Drug Store Conundrums Is there any sense pay- Beware ot substitutes see tbat our Is on your plumbing und tinning jobs. John Cotton. trade-mar- k V J, T. Stephens and wife returned Saturday from a visit to friends and relatives in Tunlru and Shaw, MUs, Mrs. Allco Caldwell and family, ot West Hickman, who moved to Nash ville last fall, havo returned to this City to reside. more for your Drugs than we charge? ing How dear to my heart aro tbu symp- toms ot summer, When beautiful springtime presents to my vlow. Tbu bugo Leghorn bat tbat 1 wort) was a bummer, And so wore my suits and gay hosiery too. I think ot tbu nlry-llkgarments boastud. In which I was d roused with sucb excellent taste: Oil sweltering duys whllo the dear nubile r.. -- ted. I always was cool lu my peekaboo waist. Tbut filmy and snowy, and sbowv. Swell peekaboo, summery,; darling shirtwaist. u We Can W. A. BODDS ' - Don't wait any longer to get that poultry fence you need It NOW. Wo have plenty of It lllckmau Hdw Company, Inc. A good farmer phoned In from the country and said "Send me out a dollar's worth ot tbat good "Every bodya Cotfuo" Its tbe best wo ever had." II. P. Hoberts, secretary, and Robt. Schleicher, general superintendent ot the Mengel Box Co., arrived horo Saturday and visited the plants here, going to Ashport on the Str. Mongol Box Co., Suuday. We do not think there is we buy the best qualities the markets afford in Drugs and Drug Sundries and we buy in such quantities that we get the very best possible prices. Any one may buy the same qualities we do, but it takes a big business to handle big quantities our big trade is recognized. Helm & Ellison - - J ; .. .jiMLk. . a ,i ki. .l ..Special.. We have now n full line of seasonable (S)ur gusvj gfr portrr 1.111 15. y5: Greater Value For Less Money it; Dry Goods, Silk Ribbons Laces, Embroideries Ladies' and Children's Hose Slippers, Etc. at prices as low as can be sold in any market, and we vite you to call and see our stock. We are sole agents for the celebrated in- lilg Shoot, J mm 100 acre farm to sell Kennedy. I,. Cotton, the plumber. Phone 65. A complete bathroom for It!. 50. Urock . We servo 'arlors. RICO yOUNG Harris Ico Crenai A. 1C Mitchell innilu a business trip to Union City, Friday. If our work don't suit you It dou't cost you a cent. Moore & Oliver. Miss Myrtle McCary has returned from a Unit with friends at Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Thrclkeld spent unday with K. I. King nnd wife, at layton. S. I.. Dodds went to Covington, Tenn., Tuesday, to attend their lo cal Wheeler Window Screen The only screen that is absolutely Fly Proof, fits on outside of window and will slide up same as the window. Also a full line of Screen Doors, all sizes and several styles Let us make you estimate to screen your house. We also have a nice line of MEN desiring such effective clothes as can be made from distinctive colorings and fashions, will find every requirement fulfilled by the large showing of high grade Spring and Summer Suits at this store for shoot $10 to $25 If your groceries have not proven cnUrely satisfactory try trading with II. Moore. Let mo shnrpon that illrc cultivat or. I enn do It cheaper than ony- body. It, U Gray. Judge 11. T. Davis has Just finished building n concrete walk In front of his residence property. WALL PAPER SAMPLES Prices very low, 4c a roll and up. You ought to pee these samples. Fuqua, Helm MAY INDICTMENTS. 8p Co. It. Ii. Gray wants to sharpen that disc cultivator for you. No eiilory used to destroy the temper. Miss Sarah Winn McCannell return ed to her home In Arlington, yester day, after spending thu winter In Thu following ludlctiueuU wero returned at thu last leriu of Circuit iourt: Herman Yates, gaining. Fined f 50. Satu Douglas, gaining, t'lued llrtt Grocu. iucesu Uiven two years in penitentiary. John. Dickerson, gaining. Fined $50. years Luther Daltou, forgery. lu penitentiary. Carl Wagster, false swearing. In 4 JalL Wagster U la trouble lu connection with tliu Dugs mystery, at Fulton. To What Base Uiss. "You say you still have the Christ mas tree at your home?" "Yes. sir." "And why do you keep It so longf "Papa likes to have It around so as to have branches of It to whip mt with when I break or lose my Christ mas presents.' A Hickman. If there Is a blue mark on your Courier dont fall to renew this month as all papers are discontinued at the expiration of the ilme. What's the use to pay 1160 for bathroom when I sell outfit, hot nnd cold water and till accessories, for only IfiiCO. I,. A Urock. Mrs. K. II. Johnson, who has been In Nashvlllo for several weeks to ed home Tuesday. long nicely. Every suit was built by master tailors; the fabrics are beautiful and fashion ideas right Just such garments as you will want for warm weather medium priced, and full of snap and distinction. up-to-the-min- BALTZER & DODDS (INCORPORATED) Sado Salamn, u young Sytlun. un dertook to administer corporal pun negro. Perry ishment to ono Winston, Tuesday, becauso tho latter Tho hnd been talking too much. combatants wero takcu to tho city court room to answer for their conduct. Judge Hemloy was not present at tho time, nnd the encounter was renewed. Tho J inlgu arrived, saw tho last round and fined them ft 1.50 each. six-toe- D. G, CO. lu SPANKING. Doat forget scription. to renew your sub- Mrs. J. H. Provow and children will leave Sunday for Dyersburg, to visit tier sister, Mrs. Mattlo Kutnlty. The revival at West lUckwan Chapel closed Thursday night, with 25 conversions and seven additions 10 the church. The services were c by ltov. lllnkle nnd llov. y. I have the grades and prices. Do to have your grocer fill your orders with flour sold by Travis O not forget It Is now less than one month un gun til Hickman's great three-dashoot. Get ready. Hotel accommoda tions will not be sufficient to taku care of the visitors, and Hickman honus should be thrown open to our guests. y Sheriff Goaldcr Johnson and Police man John Wright will leave the last of tho week for Qreendale, Ky., where Chas. Moody and Wllllo Estes Parker bo placed In the House ot Ho Let. Moore and Oliver do that ca . Smith I don't believe In these faltk will per hanging and palnUng. ,, cures brought about by the laying oe form. ' of hands. -- o -- ? . R. Judgo J. V. Cowglll and Hon. Jones I do; I cured my son Toram) Ilrlt Green and Luther Dalton wero T. Tyler have been elected ns dolt of the cigarette habit that way. gates from tho Episcopal church In curried to F.ddyvlllu first o the wcik to begin . serving the sentences tills city to the Council of the More About Mary. on them at tho last term of plscopal Church at Louisville, May Mary ordrrd porUrhouie, And It made her shiver Circuit Court. Sheriff Johnson says When she found the butcher had he uuver carried such a small num Sent two pounds of liver. ber to tho penitentiary, and that tho penitentiary has only about 800 con Cynical. "Why does that dog of yours al vict now. ways howl when he see meT" "Uecruse, my dear fellow, he's rudi enough to express what other peopli For anything In the Bond Addition feel." see Kennedy, Wo havo It on pretty good authorFulton will volu on tho lo- m O have an operation performed, return She Is getting n Rev. D. W. Ilryant. of KImberland Helehts. Tenn.. will preach at the Christian church In this city Sunday morning nnd evening, May 23. Kvery body invited. Mrs J. W. Harmd ui i It Is highly probable that it branch J t public school will bo established In of Adams, Tetili , unmu West Hickman for tho coming term. last week to make ili-U'un u. It will, however, bo ued only for the 1'helr son, Itobvrt, ot Mu,i.-uI.. t, hero. Mr. IUiiuU primary grades of that section or the city. A committee appointed for tho tluumu who Is piomuuiig ..s n proposltloii. purpose ot a locution for u thu now building, composed of Judgu that this matter will i J. W. Cowglll, J. It. Ilrown, F. M. uuu puihetl uon. 1. ( Provow, Tlmt disc oullhator Is day afternoon to sec tho uvulUblu sites ami gel options on same.. Un- ItT It. L. (Iruy can u new ouu. less tho ground can bo purchased si a reasounblo figure; thu matter will be dropped; but West Hickman m Deputy Shurlff K. l!a!h needs this school and her citi' Unt-to O'Drltm'a lnndlug zens should help the committee to urresled (Icorge I'ean. ,nu secure tho locatlou. Homiulng for auttlug HiuIhi iu " Handy Mourn plaot. Tii y Uu Hickman Furniture Co., headquart- logs on the bank of ib- mm ers for undertakers goods. to ship when arrested V M.uui msk-thacer-talul- y U . lU-cor- Dillon, visited West Hickman, Tues- C 1. Walker and Mayor t' ar' Deputy Sheriff llob Roulder arrest ed Cal Sutlers, Tuesday, on n charge of whipping his -Ix-a- O icclleuce and Autuii.n llulto's f host flour made- - Trswi l,1,k o Cast plow points ground 1 10c and posi- So Clay & Caldwell. . The Kind. We guarantee our work. "What kind of lights do they have Oliver on airships?" O "I suppose they are alt furnished Hickman, like many other towns, with a sky light." would be a better town if a- - few of Their Natural Office. V. large adjacent farms were cut up "They say the big mushroom hats Into about 10 or 20 small farms with are going out this year. u family on each one. "Hats generally do. That is what women put them on for." Moore & A Sign. o ity OtW Victrok XII, $125 (! of Ik Victor, $10 la f 100 Victrotu, $200 tad 1290 If you love good it's worth your while to come in and hear the music, ci' I option qmstlon about July 1st Fulton bun been without tho llceni--sali'oii for souio time, and It It. u step backward for any town to reinstate such damnable Institutions If It Is merely u caso of Increasing d thl Herbert Ilrown has accepted n tion In Helm & Kllbtou's Drug J. It. Ilrown ami J. 11 l' bulhllug concrete alk- " their residence prolan v ' 8tor. Schmidt, tho Tailor revctui. bunk-lie- ticriuuc with they Conailt is a pretty sure sign of lack of experience. Houses and lots to sell i. msk, tlu-- Then use Goi ng to Paint? s a . Kennedy. Musicals by Miss Lillian Johnston' pupils nt thu opera house tonight Tomorrow night the graduating ex erclses vIU be held at the same 8ome Are More Than Willing. Justice may be blind, but there are place any u umber of men willing and to give her the propel steer as (Jus Moore, of this city, has secur they see It. ed Um, agency for the Forro Uubo- O llno KiiKine, one oi mi) uei engine ou thu market for launches. get HEO at Helm & You can this engine over when you need good one. 0 Largest Kite on Record. The largest kite ever mado was fC 0 fet by 40 feet. Its weight, including o of a ton. tail, exceeded o The Courier costs only one O o dollar a year or less than 2 Take your produce to C. H. Moore, o cents per week. Are you a o subscriber T It Is too cheap ou the hill. Highest Trices paid. o to either steal or borrow. Sub The Uplift. 0 scribe today. Your money reof the most effective uplift Some satisfied I I I In history began with o funded, if not movemeuti. who, after oil 0 raising tlie devil, and p 1'uck. need raising more nnx-Iiiii- The wonderful instrument that has set a new standard for, We're glad to play it for tone-quality. some other menus should be provided. A Fulton geiitleiim.ii snd Unit whiskey would be sold nuywuy nnd why not liuve lIcniiMfd huIooiim unci give the city the bujieflt of JS.OOfi or every year. In th..t tt.OOl) ntvi-nuruse It Is not the Hiilooii that U needed. It Is n sot of ulty officials who wilt do their duty. Wo trust Fulton will not besmirch thu fulr name ot (lie county by voting hum The Sherwin-William- Paint you at any time gation. no obli- thu saloon. O ooooooooooooO REO continues to be the best beverage on the market, Cowglll's. O three-quarter- s Ellison Bros. tj 11 n crap-shooter- Sheriff (louhler Johnson urrnsled a s of Saturday, its Mike llrlghum, Millie Wilfollows: liams, Itogttr Adklsson. Thuy were 20 each In Judgo Nuylor's fined court Monday. O and you'll get satisfaction. It's the bett protection you can give your house. It's made from pure white lead, pure zinc white, and pure' linseed oil. It does not powder, flake oil or crack. It forms a tough, durable film that wears and looks well for the longest time. It's colors are clear, bright and lasting. It costs less by the job than any other paint made. The full color card shows 48 handsome shades. S.. W. P. is put up full measure, always. OLE) BV T Do you read thu CourlsrT Hickman Hardware Company (inc.) 7 PRETTY BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE um i lots, fid : IN s ttri ... lV7;en 7 ,- - ; i T . m r r rr ii i it tv rest ojr we lots ivm cosia from if w mu iic rcmamuer r.Uf oe lanen ojj me marnet for one year, ine cent more wan I ask for the next 7 1 sell This is by odds the prettiest RESIDENCE PROPERTY in Hickman 1 tsrtii BEAUTIFUL f- -.. 7 x vni Into aw, tU, SOUTHERN - HEIGHTS KDDICION 1 1. . 1 1 Virvir ... per If You Want One of These Lots Now is the Time to Get Busy I COMMISSIONER'S SALE. COMMISSIONER'S SALE, Summing Up Proceedings of the Fulton Circuit Court. ?. t - Stafford, soiling Intoxlcat- .. i. .....i ..uh Perry, law. Grover tion law. Terry, violating violating gaming, local option local op- S3 , "i VUlle and Krso Ward, gaming. VJ en bond, Whlto fined $20.00. Hun Hackett, flourishing deadly r.-- i luYli. Currlo Fields, Kro weapon. On bond. .J Un Cotton, gaming. Ward Klned $60. Davis and Cotton fined 120 t.-Hun Hackett, carrying concealed rtlJ. deadly weapon. On bond. fined $20 and coat, ii Hied away. r j Holller, violating loctl option J. V. Patterson, wilful murder. On 1.. Carr, sur- Ii.j boudaman, T. u bond. rede vd Holller to Jailor Noonon on Continued. I 1910 ti Jim lllugo, two caeca, unlawful net;rd t: r ak lotion, unlawful fishing with ting fish. On bond. Fined $10 In each caie. nU In ftnarfnrlv f!nlirt. d Hay Anderson, fishing unlawful Mi Loin. assault w ith deadly with net. On bond. Fined $10. us?c3 Hned &u. Hen Moore, unlawful fishing with f dI0 jik Itjchardnou, Helling whlakey, net On bond. Fined $10. Geo. Cole, unlawful fishing with tk Gilbert, Jno. Dlckerson, "Hum net. On bond. Dismissed. II k f. Ibcrt fined $20. Erse Ward, gaming, 2 cases. On f. ,olug canon weni continued bond. l.iur llutler, retailing whlakey. Fined $45. ik Kinney, utorn breaking. Jesao Cleaves, grand larceny. On . j Morrla (col) flourUhlng deadly bond. Acquitted by Jury. Morrla, retailing whlakey. Fs:k Ferrlnger, vlful murder. Jaku Wright, wilful trespass. On J a Jackaon, asiault with deadly bond. Continued. 1. I' Nichols, malicious Hliootlng. W. 8. Young, selling Intoxicating X.i I'attervou, breach of poace. liquors. On bond. Hardy, murder. Dismissed. L.sh I'erry, gaming. William Sudberry, threo cases, sellato of an J Itrairield, unlawful ing Intoxicating liquors. On bond. Acquitted by Jury. Tructt, telling Intoxicating II- Mack Adams, wilful trespass. On IWjry Wlncett, violating local op- - bond. Continued. h.ans, asaault with deadly t ......... Hum lid n.i.l trials I Bam Neighbor!, Filed away. ttl -J A f .art .a . ft . . .t... ...... ...... ....... . ...... a. .j... m. i REFRIGERATORS need a refrigerator that surpasses anything on the market in construction, interior and exterior finish and the only refrigerator that is absolutely sanitary from every point of view; you need a If you lftftftft 'ITS its Frost This refrigerator is constructed of heavy galvanized sheets. The in terior finish is of white enamel. The exterior finish is cither white or golden oak enamel. Locks, handles, lunges and trimmings are of heavy polished brass. Mounted on heavy roller bearing castors. Inaulated with aerofelt unci maltha, which keeps the temperature in the provision chamber from four to six degrees colder than any other insulation. Drain pipe is composed of seamless brass tube. And not a piece of wood about llie refrigerator as big a a tooth-pick. Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. Minnie Sccarce et al, plaintiff, Myra Scearco et al, defendant. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at the January term, thereof, 1910, In tho above cause, for tho sum of Dollars with But if you lose your check book, we will give per cent Interest at tho rato of per annum from tho day of you another. , until paid, and costs herein,' I In this lies the safety in paying all bills with shall proceed to offer for sale at tho Court H0U80 door In Hickman, Kenbank checks. tucky to the highest bidder, at PUBYour money is secure with us, yet ready to LIC AUCTION, on tho 13th day of use as you require it. June, 1910, at 10 o'clock, a. in., or thereabout (being County Court day), 'You are tempting the "hold-u- p man" so long upon a credit of six months the folas you carry a roll of bills. lowing described property, Better keep your cash in this bank and rest 94 acres lying cast of and adjoining lot No. C In the division of the easy. landB in tho action In tho Fulton We are at your service. County Court of Ilobt. L. Scearco et al vs. A. K. Scearco et al, and being parts of the NW and NE Quarters of Sec. 34, T. 2, It. 4 west, same being deed to Albert S. Scearce by A. C. Holmes, Special Commissioner la said case. Also a one-hal-t undivided interest in 85 acres In the N. W. Qr. of Sic. 34, T. 2, It. 4 west, and being same Capital and Surplus, land owned by W, C. Scearco at tho time of his death, and said Albert S. Scearco owned a Interest therein, and Emma Ueckham and Sain Beckham, her husband, and li. Stephen Stahr vs. Henry Bragg. Wayne Thomas, breach of peace. L. Scearce conveyed their Dismissed without prejudice. On bond. interest to said Albert S. Scearce, Fine $5. The Interstate Grain Co. vs. Brown making him the owner of a half inI. W. Dobbins,, breach of peace. & Crenshaw. terest. On bond. Dismissed without prejudice. Or sufficient thereof to produce the Fined $10. Marguerite Kcsterson vs. Eminent sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, tho John Melton & Wayno'Tbomas, per Household Columbian Woodmen. purchaser, with approved security or mlttlng minor to play pool, two cases. Judgment for plaintiff for $000. securlUes, must execute Bond, bearOn bond. Jake riant vs. Jas. II. Pickett et al. ing legal interest from the day of Continued. Continued, sale until paid, and having the force II. 0. Eddlnga, having liquor for Moso liarkett va. Williams & Conand effect of a Judgment Bidders selling. Appeal. ner. will be prepared to comply promptly Continued. Judgment for plaintiff for u.50. with these terms. . Wayne Thomas, breach of peare. Mrs. I. D. Price vs. Llge Oman. J. R. MILNER, Com. Appeal. Judgment for plaintiff. Attachmen Fined $20. sustained. Vernon Hoyer brought a couple up Jno. Pillow, Tom Bowlln, Tomiulo D. B. Wilson vs. C. T. Bondurant from No. 8 Island, Monday-- , for the Hunter and Tlno Hoaz, wilful murder. Continued. purposo of having the nutplal knot I'Ulow, Iiowlln, Hunter on bond, Hoar tied. The contracting parties were In Jail. J. I. Jennings vs. John Jones. Miss Mayme Green, daughter of John Continued. Hunter dismissed, Illlow acquitted, Green, and Dan Dllllo ,a young farmO Hoaz acquitted, Uowlln caao continer of that vicinity. Tho ceremony ued until next term. An Unfailing Ruls. was performed by Judge W. A. Nay-lo- r "I can always tell if a watermelon h. W. Ilurtoii, wilful murder. On at the Court House. Is ripe or not." sayi Fadoogus. "I bond. learned how when I waa a boy." Continued. "What's your plant" asks Madoggus. W. Ij. Cooper, uttering a forged "You just thump the melon with check. On bond. your fingers and If It goes plunk It Is ripe, but If It goes plank It Is green." Acquitted by Jury. "That may be all right." comments Guy Uennett, common nulsanco. On Madoggua, "but I've got a surer test bond. than that" Acquitted by Jury. "You haver "Yep. When I go to buy one, I noArthur Crutchfleld, selling Intoxicat tice that the green ones are always IS ing liquors. On bond. cents cheaper than the ripe ones." Continued. I. C, H. It., common nulsanco. Unselfish. Continued. "Why, howdyedo," says the former Tom Holmes, obtalnlug money by adorer, meeting the bride. "I am so falso prctciiHcs, jury hung, glad to see you. I must congratulate you and wish you all happiness." M. M. llquo VB, N. C. & St. L. "Oh, that la very kind of you," reContinued. sponds the bride, "and I hope you are Katie Doran et al vs. Mrs. Annlo sincere." Hayuen. "I am, truly. I hope you'll be aa happy as It you bad married me." Judgment for plaintiff for $200. Mrs. S. 1. Shelton vs. Mrs. Annie Would Still Think of Her. Hayden. "Although It Is true you give me Judgment for plaintiff for $5,000. beautiful gifts, yet how do I know you may not forgot me within a short W. A. Edmlatou vs. S. A. Choato. time! Men are so fickle." Continued. "Don't worry. I've got to J. W. Carter & Co. vs. O. H, Dras-fiel- ing a dollar a week on that keep payneoklace for threo years." Continued. Ack Iasslter vs. Ora Lasaiter. Divorce granted. Lose Your Money And It's Gone Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. O. S. Miles, Plaintiff, against Maudo Porter and Others, Defendant. By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at tho May tern;- thereof, 1910, to-wi- t: $65, 000.00 Id one-sixt- one-sixt- h tho above cause, for the sum of with interest at the rate of per cent per annum from the 19 , unUl paid, and coats day of herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at tho Court House door In Hickman, Ky., to tho highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on the 13th day of June, 1910, at 10 o'clock a. m., or thereabout, (being County Court day) upon a credit of six months the following described property, 1C9 acres off the NE Qr. of Sec. 35, T. 1, It. K west, bounded as follows: Being Lot No. 3, Uie whole of the NE Qr. of Sec. 35, T. 1, R. 4 west less one acre in tho Northeast corner of said Quarter belonging to Rural Academy, being 159 acres and Is recorded In proccssloners and commissioners Book No. 1, page 329 together with a plat thereof in the office of tho Clerk of the Fulton County Court recorded at the January term 1883 of the Fulton County Court. Or sufficient thereof to produce tho sutni of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved security or seourlUes, must execute bond, bearing legal Interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the forco and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. J. R, MILNER, Com. In of to-wl- t: A special term of tho Fulton County Fiscal Court will be held in this city next Tuesday for the purposo of changing their plans concerning tho gravel roads proposition. It is probable that the tax levied for the purpose of graveling will be collected and used for general road improvement throughout the county. A good plan we think. Since gravel costs so much more than the Court expected. It is wise not to undertake something they would be 60 years In finishing. The Courier's "Want Column" is sure to find you a buyer. Costs lo for each word. Try it Best In Town 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 We say, if you need a refrigerator nt $20.00 25.00 Or a larger size at 30.00 Or the largest size at then call on us ond we will take pleasure in furnishing just the refrigerator that you have been looking for. The above prices do not include water coolers. Dr. J. S. Stafford secured injunction ngnlnst City of Hickman to prevent the collection of u fine of $!"i0, Stafford was convicted In City Court of selling liquor to minor. I.ucy Smith vs. T. A. Smith. Dtvorco granted. Knew How to Sympathize. Thickheaded Dora stood amaxed before the busy woman who was writing away for dear life, "Do you do that all day long?" she asked. " grunted Uje busy woman. "Make It all out of your own bead!" "Uh-huh,"Uh-huh.- " compare the prices with those elsewhere. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. mcoiU'OHATun Keck Oonneman Co. va. Chaa, II. Smith. Continued. Will Harry vs. II. V. Homley, Admr. Continued. J. A, Carter vs. N. C. & St. L. Coutlnuou. Alice JamUqn vs. Albert Jumlsou, Dlmulnaed without prejudice. "My!" said Dora, "you must be mart." "Smart?" said the woman, who felt anything but smart Just then; "why. Dora. I haven't an ounce of brains." "Oh, well." aald Dora consolingly, "don't mind me. I ain't very amart O St. Louis Furnishing Co. wktuUUtk A new drink a different drink Telephone 65 for Plumbing and ircfe Tinwork-JOH- N IIOMH cotton 1 Buy Ice Coupon Books AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON VOUR ICE BILL No ice will be charged. lect ensh or coupons. The drivers will either col- 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 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. dc-live- ry. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. (INCORPORATED.) T. T. T)TT iT iQN, MnnnKor. YK30!YKK32 Business Directory ASK FOR RATES NO BAD ACCOUNTS TO BE 23 Fultnn County Court Our taught CHARGED TO PAYINQ CUS at an druggists. 17 farmers Gin & drain Co..efftio Hickman Lodge No. 761, F. & A. their daughters that "reposo of manTOMER. M... will meet in regular communica31 Farmers A Merchants Hank...... ner" was tbo first requisite of true YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR ORO tion next. Monday night at 7:30. Vis. propriety. No well-brelady would W00DLAWN DAIRY. CERY BILL IS EVERY DAY. res 432 Graves, O, ltlng brothers cordially Invited. fidget lu company, put her bands to A. H.' Leet, Prop. ttet. i Gray, IL L. face, toss her head or finger her WE CARRY THE BEST LINE 37 Gray, IL I. H. N. COWOILL, Master. '.er shop Best of 11 Ilk and Nutter delivered. OF GROCERIES AND FRESH buttons. If 'she talked alio did It In Wc nre Agents for the D. OWENS, Secy. Home Phone No. 27. MEATS IN HICKMAN. a soft votco and without gesticulation, res 433 Harding, II. II Work In E. A. degree. no matter how many rings aho wore AND AGAIN SAVES YOU Work in t C. degree. 23 Johnson, W. C. MeMURRY & FLAT r,r how pretty her hands might b. re PER CENT. Attorneys Work In M. M. degreo. i1 res jbunson, yv..t Insurance Companies She was taught even to control ber TRY IT ONE MONTH. 0 Jones, Percy.. Cafo features; that squinting and winking Office over Hickman Drug Company in Hickman Hickman, Ky. -24 King, Norrls All work satisfactory or money re tho eyes and twitching tho mouth rea w ro not "nice," and that they could They are compart! hit but turned. Schmidt. 12 Hickman Packing Co been here longer thm iryot Office and abould be Intormltted in poli'e & PRATHER BETTERSWORTH 10 Helm U Klllnoa er. Is your proper inrattl' Groceries society. In sitting, neither tho knees Storu POLICE COURT. It Is too late when the i.jib 21 Hickman Courltr Olflca nor tne feet were to be crossed, rockCity Delivery; both phones No. 38, sounds to think of a pc'.icr 9 Hickman Drug Co Store "Best of Everything" In police court last week the fol ing was odiously vulgar, yawning and 20 Hickman Purnlturo Co stretching were unspeakable offenslowing wero tried for breach of peace Do it NOW 48 Hickman Ice & Coal Co.... office T, es, and. above all, tho hands must B. 8. ELLIOTT and fined IU.C0: Chas. True, 7 Hickman Wagon Co office bo crossed or folded In tbo lap and Carpenter and Contractor Rudder, Tyler Johnson and Luther 11 Hickman Hardware Co. .....Store R. T. TYUR, Agent kept (here. When cither of the parties marry 1(0 Morrow. Let me figure with you. Hubbard tt lllackford. Dra.. office Wo plead for at least a partial re- for money. Hickman, Ky. 63 Hickman Uank untie cason, a dusky denizen, was When the watchword Is: "Kach 24 Hubbard. Dr. J. M..., Lot tri- d Monday, charged with selling sumption of the old forms. ...res liquor to one Floyd Underwood. The mothers once more teach their girls for himself." t6 Hlclunan Joint Stock Co....gro COURIER REALTY COMPANY When children are obliged to clam 30 Hickman Job Shop to alt still In company, to cultivate Phone No. 21 Jury's verdict was "not guilty." calmness. Let our women learn tr or for their rights. Will sell that place and get you an IiBAVB d grocery carry on earnest conversation In When neither husband nor wife 33 Kirk, 1U 11 other. No business, no pay. Did you know we could mako that tones and without gesticulation. take a vacation. C Ledford k llaudle Store old suit look liko now. Schmidt tho When 'ho' snores tho loudest whll 27 Leet, A. rea II.,... HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Tailor. 'she' kindles tho fire. 13 2tj Lcggate, Ilogcy rea -- ATBoys, Never Swear. Funeral Directors and Embalrr.ers. 0 When tho vacations a,re taken by 41 1V4 rea I.usk. J. N., Phone 20, night or day. It Is jrutgar, altogether too low for one side of tho house only. C. T, Iiondurant and wife, and A Bradley & ' When the children are given the 41 1H .Maya, Jas Hickman. Ky. a decent boy. rea It. Stone and wjfo went to Cayce In Olfice 2 Moore, Prank S. It is foolish. "Want of decency Is neck and back of the chicken. Mr. Ilondurnnt's- - auto Sunday. When a man attempts to tell hi Basket leaves every DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. want of sense." o rea 41 2 H Nlpp, W. A., Dentist It is cowardly Implying fear of wlfo what kind of a bonnet she nitut Tuesday afterrn 28 Newton, Jaa. C rea Sudo Nalfcb and wife went to Clin not being believed or obeyed. wear. Davidson's old stand. Phone No. 31 Noouon, Jou ton Monday to visit relatives and at ..Co. Jail When one of the parties encag.-Hickman, Ky. Best Work Lowest Prices It Is contemptible forfeiting the In business that Is not approved by trni' tho commencement exercises, res rexptct nf all fuo wise and good. 42. Patterson, C. o.. O 32 Phelps, Gvo ro CRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP It Is indecent offensive to dellca the ether. When politeness, fine manners and 414 Polncr & Carpenter...... storo (Hunilkera Old Stand) Haydun Freeman, N. G. Cooke and cy, nnd extremely unfit for human kindly attentions are reserved for 412 iVllock, L'uguno res Nat Murphy, of Fulton, were hero cars. Lowest prices for horseshoeing. UNDER GUARANTEE, company or visits abroad. Wood and Iron Work. Saturday. It is mean. A boy of high moral 4- -2 Hea. lUce. N. U When a man's Christmas present .j To tho Cltif ts of lutkmia vA standing would almost as soon stent Store Surrounding Coud o to his wife consist of bootjacks, nnd 14 like, h. HICKMAN HARNESS CO. .. Buy your groceries at the Hickman a shoep as awcar. r.rr.nul i. shirts and gloves for himself. I nave receiv u a iui m i It Is abusive to tbo mind which livery A. J. Wright, Manager. Grocery Co., and save S per cent. wnen thu moiiry that should go 62 Seat & Leggate llrwlnip iiimIi, n,r Utt'll II conceives the oath, to the tongua for a book goes Speleht, It II lies. i , i O . i rnr rour pvi for what only one n....i. . Makers and Dealers In Harness. which utters It, and to tbo person at Storo sldu of thu houso knows anything u 77 Smith A Amberg Repair Work a Specialty. Tho dance given on last Thursday whom it is aimed. trade aud soli.U juur fa'ure res 132 Stahr, Klvls I bout. evening by a number of the young It Is venomous showing a boy'u Store never had a Iw'tk ... -- ii. ihr humis ... wnen the lord of creation pays 21 Sudberry W. T. -wmen was greatly enjoyed by quite & heart to be a nest of vipers, aud ev 2 Self, Tom lies, cure overy iuuu CLAY L CALDWELL. family Is heir lo uithtut tia number of thu young folks aud inarrle ery time bo swears one of them more for cigars tbnn bis better hnlf Office Southern Express Co Blacksmiths. docs for hosiery, boots and bonnets. r.. mi. nf!,. hmra 1. 1 people. An excellent string band of sticks out Its head. SitunlV When both parties persist In nrgi Blacksinlthlng and Woodwork. Dyersburg. Tenu., furnished tho inus Ilea. m. to 4 p. ni . aud ail W It is wicked violating tho divine Ing over a subject upon which they 4314 Townsend, J. A Monms. Horse Shoeing a specialty. Ic for tbo occasion. lies. law and provoking tho displeasure never Townsend, OUs I'K J c have ndr never can think a IIkIibiid, Ky. Townsend, James ...... Ilea. of Illm who will not hold him guilt- - like. Don't e bothered with a misfit less who takes His name In vain. When "father" lakes half of tho 3 O Ilea. when you can get a fit. Schmidt, tho It is ungentlemanly. A gentleman, pie nnd leaves the other half for the 43 I Wheeler, L. P. o res 1H Wilson, C. A according to Webster, Is a gentel ono that mndo It anil her eight chil Tailor. o A. M. TYLER 43 1H Wilson, Mrs. Alice res man, well bred, refined. Such a nun dren. o Attorney at Law grocery 30 Wright. Ed will no moro swear than go Into the I d am now located at Padu. Miss Pearl Hart Is visiting 8. A. street to throw mud with a chimney o cah, but will continue to pracChild of sorrow, knowest thou not Hart and family at Fulton this week. sweep. o tice In the courts of Fulton Do not bo misled; remember thj that beyond tho clouds there Is al O 0 county and will be In Hickman ways light, and that all night long nllor Behmldt. "Mamma can't do without Ncubed; o every 2nd and 4th Monday. tbo stars are In tho sky? Tho bright When Marriage Is a Failure. she thinks it's Just flue," said a c groen heurt of spring mayhe Is lo young lauy uonuay afternoon to n o Mrs. P, 8. Moore and daughter and When tbore is too much lutchkey. Don't criMntey:urdodof mam me ueepest snows. UxK up, local druggist. Nouhed is a headacho Slra. E. II. Prather left Sunday to When dinner Is not ready at din tho sweet tomorrow may because meJi me P'""'1 cause a for t- -. .edy and a good ono. Only 10c a nor time. by him fa.lstobavelhede. getting of tho dlsapiKlntinents of to- visit Mrs. Moore's mother, Mrs. II. A puckago. (live It a trial. Lots of people have tried "Every sired effect 1 day. The sun follows ruin and the Iloyal, at Villa Itldge, Ills. O bodys" Coffee already, and thoy have luve been poj Hon reus lilt) away to rlso again. Uemem Mrs. II. J. Gelger returned Friday got others also, for ovcryono who but the lnRredier'iJwpJ J. II. Pro vow 1ms Just finished a !nr that only tho highest mountains from Philadelphia whore aho has drinks It once, keeps It up. All good nice little cottage for N. K. Neigh poor Give the .Mora e above tbe clouds and that around been for aevernl months for medical groceries. ihow by taking MP"'1' bors in tho Henry Addition. tho heavies, cross Is hung tho prize treatment. tionstoadruguthoinik -- the brightest crown. onlj a point of dupersmg The Hickman Purnlturo Co. ban 0 of righ poWW pure drugs The undersigned, formerly dies the best line of Furniture In the fottt Cleaning aud Pressing Schmidt. that h West Kentucky. Let us show you. of Hickman, has located in to overcome lllncs Airs. At. Ambcrg left Sunday to this city and will do all The Courier will appreciate all uo- are spend a few weeks In Mayflold with ticca Tested drugs only kinds of of births, marriages, visitors, Is alcohol a tonic? No! Does it make the blood pure? her duughter, Mrs. fltty Uohblns. used here, and uuledpf" Ickneaa, etc. Doth phones. No. 21. Miss IJztle left Sunday night for No! Does it strencthen the nerves? macists do the PAINTING, PAPERING ic Avpc the b Mr. aud Mrs. John Semoues and You should havecombating Louisville to receive medical treat a tonic? Yes! Does it make the blood pure? Sarsaparilla and DECORATING party, of Union City, were hero Sun procurable wben ment. Yes! Does it strengthen the nerves? Yo u if day In Mr. Sememes' auto. sickness. Prices right and first-clas- s Cant. R M. ltyun came In Saturday Sarsaoarilla entirely free from alcohol? YpsI vnnr The beat flour In Hlckuiau Uulte's work guaranteed. night from Ashport, Tenn., by rail. doctor about this medicine. If hr nrmrnvpc Capt Tullls bringing .tho boat In. Excellence at Uettoraworth &, your confidence will be complete. Tho double crow was put on Sunday N CaH at aV.Curlln'n Office. Dulfcayal Ottliiirkl DuMsaefll Dull women I I Downhearted! AH and this steamer will make double W. 11. Ilaltter uud party went to uncoip,vw l im V cMUpMea I Yet the cure Utoeatv. Aycr'tPHk. Ak your doctor. tliuo trow how oit, Cayee Sunday la hut auto. d A Hickman Lodge 761 F. & A. M. neither time, money, talent nor opportunity. Whnt In loomed In the cradle I . rnrrled to tlio grave. True ladyhood li heightened rntlu-than lessened by housewifery trails A clean, well aired mid well managed houao result In good natured Inmates. The licit sauce for nny meat l cheerfulness. Never Knunblo while eating; laughter aids digestion. Try to give your children the mem ory of n sweet nnd Joyoui childhood Our coupon systsm Is being htsrtl-lIt will mako yonr memory tender and endorsed by everyone. This Is precious to them long after you have panned from earth nnd It will nuke evident from tho Increase In our busl. ness. And why? Because It better men nnd women. The chllJ-hooof their own children will he SAVES YOU 6 PER CENT. mado happier by It. There la no YOU KEEP YOUR OWI! ACCT. more sorrowful memory than that of PAY OULY FOR WHAT YOU an unhappy, uncared for childhood GET. The child who will ho mot courteous through life I the child who has MAKES YOU MORE ECONOMI iipcnt tbo formative year of life 'it CAL. a sweet and Reidnl atmosphere, and QIVCS THE CASH CUCT :me been molded not so much by military MORE FOR HIS MONY. aa oy I lie mien urus'iurijr SAVES US A BOOKKEEPER ""'-"- co of serene temper, and SALARY. ihu uit'BseuueM ui goou examples ENABLES US TO SELL FOR LESS MONEY. Repose of Manner. Wnsto Save h Bil- l- 'IWIIOi "M..I....I .. ft on your Grocery Hickman Independent Telephone Co.n.nny. 123 Anderson, W. O rea Rfccd to try it l taken 1 lotii li'ui11 "Before taVin? & f'j Va.'andforhissakeli BlHloplolWrly 63 34 y Dalle w, R. II nel. 5 4 Hallow, A. L,'( Dutch)..... lies. Uallew.J. W Kca. 61 V4 Dallow, W. 0 Kcs. 95 HalUer & Dod.li I), 0. Co... store 33 Uettoraworth A Prather ....Storo 3rea -l V4 Menthol, W. D - nowl - am .nit r, !, ' m h Take 160 lllackferd 2. & Ml 76 41 ID U4 Hubbard, Dra.. office M Drown, 0. C. ro Iiondurant, T 3 Coffey, Mrs. M. Cotton A Adams Curlln, I. B Dr. 32 Creed, John 33 City Mayor's Office J res res Shop The Woman's Tonic lies. res 13: Uodds Co.. J. V. ft 8. L... Of flea 36 Dedds Co.. J. K. ofa B. L. 34 Dedds, W. A Office 3-3 Davis, A. W., Mgr. lies. 16 You know Cardul will he p you bM-s- e it hi helped others who were in the same fix as you. It Is not only a medl. cine for sick women, but a tonic for weak women. Being made from mild. Rcritlc. vegetable Incredi-enl- s, Davis, H, 39 H5 Dillon, Tom, Dodds, H. h T. ................ Sr office ..res rea res less and auiT-cncci- It Is perfectly harmhas no bad be relied s. 133 Cirdul can Try It today. Edward, W. Jl upon to help you. i OLDEST Hickman Grocery Co., 4- a - , sub-dut- LAUNDRY Paik's s a 43 oooooooooooo 44 41 4U-4- Power Over Illness oooooooooooo PW Painting and Papering Some Alcohol Questions m! ai lion-alcohol- ic IJrGZClUM. J. S. EDWARDS Heavy-heade- Col'sDrS" Bulky k PirkM BrHlty t PkImhh "Store of Quality An Edison Phonograph lit Don't Cuss ( p!r ,K"' fn"Milnutn fords ond with It 12 Record for only JOE CANTILLON, OF HICKMAN Owner and mnnngcr of Minneapolis Baseball. Club (American Association) SIMPLE ALARM FOR HEATERS Thermostatic Device That Soundf Warning Whan Furnace Should Have Attention. the warm weather. Come out of your heavy clothing and get into lighter, cooler garments. This particular $1.00 ...I Hid Too ilillnp n ilr tinlll llfl , don't mla tho . ... .mt.ivliiir tin for tnrmlmils. It la not n bonus, but ?fl stock which will certainly pay a nlco dividend. Ho It la up to tho money- mini of Illckmnn to lake $10,000 payment nnd music nil 1114 worth of Mock In ordor to Ket tho $10,000 outlay hero, Iloiddes tho i of will be saved each yenc by our people on freight nnd pnsBeiiser bus iness, aa tho company will make un exceedingly low freight ratn. Every boat and bargo will be steel und flro proof. At each city they will tnatall huge electric cranea, good warehouses, atone piers, etc. Hickman ahould lino up on thla proposition. It will do moro for tho upbuilding of tho town than a half- dol-lar- season comes once a year and, as usual, we are prepared for the demand for summer togs. We are showing Ik a big line of Come and hear anything you with. feature, thousnnd Ellison j, Brothers UP TO HICKMAN. Ilrowu, of tit. Louis, repre llaUufr.til Vnltnv Trntii.. jt;ou to, Is hero this week null .r iMk lii tula new river orgituf- tl... TtLt onn-hal- The accompanying diagram shows how a atmple alarm for houae heatora can be mado. The object of thla alarm la to give warning when tho furnace la overheated and needs attention, or when the flro la nearly out and ncwds more coal, wrltea P. F. Allen In Scientific American. A thermostatic bar A one and f Inch by Inch la made of copper and Iron riveted to-- 5$ TM Uoivii railroads. O to luaugu- a new departure In river navlga- I'uro DeorlDg Hinder Twine at 10c a on ii previously explained hi those pound at the Hickman Hardware Co. Hoate that buvu nover ouac .tt O U''n mi A liiftHi'ti ri iu f urtt n V company protoc Summer Trousers Underwear wmmmmmmom LoW Shoes Soft Shirts Straw Hats Hosiery, etc. ...... .ulll I tuxsg fully 1C.UO0 uillus of tho and trlbutarlce. Tho .LI . 1 Mis-uip- ,.. I Thermoatatlo Alarm. expects to start this gether very closely and faatened at :i ,i. lompany ..... ....t... i ti'iii. .. ...mi ono end are brackets D, which aro seI'rea. Latta, of tho C, M. & G. R. cured to a suitable base II, The free ti t half dollars already In Uiolr end of the bar A moves between two nil a number of tho boat built It. Co., wna hero on business contact points D. made of ordinary ft!hira tttiflnp piifiat rnntlntt rnn. screw eyes, These are Rcrewed Into O sssutioii of tiiiiir ulans la assured. f posts C, made of Inch dowel Tho Klka lodge at Fulton will en- and secured to tho base. Here they want to spend what The whole, la fastened In an Invertor terminal or wharf equipment at gineer a monster 4th of July celebraed position over the furnace or other tion In that city, lllckmanltes will, ke tolIo1ng cltlca; place where there Is danger of overoa usual, alt at homo nnd twirl tholr heating. After the contact points are tin St Louis, f 100,000. go to soma other town adjusted to close the circuit at the thumbs or St Luula, 1125,000. for amtitvment. proper temperature they are connected Cape Girardeau, 110,000. up to an electric bell and battery as Cairo, JS0.OQ0. Indicated In the drawing. Hickman, 110,000. Commissioner J. Rl M liner wan bora A switch is placed In the circuit at Memphis, 1100.000. from Fulton, Tuesday, on business. some convenient point It will now be seen that when the thermostatic bar Il!ena. 150,000. O D moves to either side, according to Grwnvlllo. 125.000. Fulton la to vote on tho saloon the temperature and makes connecYicksburg, $100,000. question July M whether or not tions with contact points D, the bell E Nikkei, $25,000. will ring. When the apparatus gives they will have licensed saloons In Baton Houge. $50,000. the necessary alarm the switch must that city. A petition asking for such be turned off until the trouble to Ne Orleans, $200,000. wna filed with tho coun- edled. an election The company U nakliiE that each ty authorities Wednesday aftornoon, ....... L. IM. !. fit I hi atiitm f mi . .un,a IL. mV H III VIIV and was signed by 225 of their mhu I errn to tho amount of tho money This Is going to bo n hot conTho Jury expenses for tho term of men tuey will spend In that town test, tf. any tho least court just closed amounted to $864.17. yes-torda- y. A one-hal1 cltl-r.en- I. first I. . Kcgular aenicca at Hickman Rap-tU- t Church Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., subject, "What la Man." At 7:30 p. in., subject, "Tho M Inning Links of Thcologlana." All aro cordially Invited to attend. Furnishing Goods of all kinds. Just such light, airy articles af dress as you are looking for comfortable, stylish and medium priced, 'i I MX NOTHING lf ELECTRIC MIRROR FOR MOUTH Enable Dentist or Doctor to Peer Into Remote and Difficult Place In Making 8earch. Electricity- DOING. has made so many 419-cu- lt things easy that It Is no wonder Some expected anything from a to find It used la exploring the humaa lyatem. Where the denUat or doctor star shower to the complete destrucformerly had a hard time aeelcg just tion of the earth, but all antlclpa- what was the matter with an almost Inaccessible tooth or a bad apot la the) throat, tbta work la made simple by the electric mouth mirror, designed by a Connecticut man. Thla derlee la understood by ooe gLaaee at the accompanying UlustraUoa, and Its merit) Fully one-haof the population of Hickman was on the qui vivo last night watching the results of tho passing of tho earth through the tall of Halley'a comet. Courier Want Column HATES One Cent per Word per Week Dub in Advance. FOR SALE: My residence property on Troy avenue. Mrs. M. v. Naylor. 2to FOIt SALE: Sweet Potato Slips-- all kinds. 11. L. Curlln, Woodland Mills, Tenn. FOIl SALE: White Plymouth Rock eggs tor setting. Mr. A. K. McCon-nel- l, Hickman. Route S. 32tfc FOR SALE: No. 2 Smith Premier Typewriter in good condition cheap. Apply to O. Owens, at telephone office. 44.tfc FOR SALE: My lfome place on Troy avenue; also some good rental Property. Will sell reaaonahln. An. ply to W. C. Reluey. 2te LOST: Black pocketbook containing U2.C0 10 bill, 1 bill and 1.50 In silver. Liberal reward If returned to this office or to J. T. Stephens. Margaret Graves. FOR SALE: Nice residence and lot 50x160, In East Hickman; all necessary Improvements good stable cistern, fences, etc. f 300 will buy it. Owner haa good reasons for selling Call at Courier office. Spring Weather Calls for Floor Coverings and Curtains The Floor Covering Department is a specialty with us, and we show the choice designs and colorings of the best makers CARPETS RUGS MATTINGS tlectrio Mouth Mlrref. MATTING RUGS, ART SQUARES LINOLEUMS DRAPERIES WANTED: An organizer In thla will be appreciated In the earn glans. section for our sick, accident life Ina long hollow handle, It consists of The comet will bo visible in Uio through which an electric wire runs west tonight and probably each ev- surance certificates on a very liberal renewal contract. Write at onco. to a tlay lamp, set la the aooket Just 10J1-104- Orbit of Halley Cents. tlons came to naught. Nothing out of the ordinary was soon. " OIL CLOTHS LACE CURTAINS PORTIERES WINDOW SHADES POLES, ETC., ETC. ii iii Our large stock offers great .advantages in buying, both in variety of patterns and low prices. Aseutt tor Kuwait I'urUliu sud I'oftl.r lUxli BTV vtaBaBaW. ' I If If I . U d aCasaY m KIHSOII LsrS lateuted Uurtalu ltods are the UettlMade Kentucky State Mauager, 1 opposite the mirror. The battery 1 ening until the first of June. Druxul Uldg., Philadelphia, Pa. also la the handle, and the light 1 Spoke French. turned on or off by the preailng of a "On our honeymoon I spoke Freticn FOR SALE: Nice residence near buttoa. The mirror bant to reflect my husbaud so that people wouldn't the College. Plenty of ground ami the object outward. To examine a understand us." "Ah, you traveled In all improvements. Terms to suit purtooth far back la the head, for' chaser. Don't pay rent. Bee us, If the mirror la thrust under or France, then." Fllegeude Hlaettur. youvant a home. Hickman Courier. behind the tooth and the light turned Defined. oa. It eaa then be Inspected as satLOST OR MISLAID, Policy No. 210 The pessimist stands beneath the isfactorily a if It lay on a table. 613, Issued by thb Penn Mutual Life treo of prosperity, and growls when O tho Irult falls on his heud. Success Insurance Company, on the life of Charles W. Curlln. The tinder will Miss Stella Salmon left Tuesday Mugazlnt. pluaso return above policy to him. for Eddyvtlle. Miss Stella has acA plication has been made for the Useless Area Added to Britain. cepted a position with the Mutual Since 1KS3 the sou hns vvushed awny issuing of a duplicate. Protective League of Litchfield, Ilia., 419 acres of the Ilrltlsh Islos, but It as state manager for Kentucky, has also added 30.702. Tho land gained, however, la at present useless On June 2, the Daughters of the Confederacy will meet for the purIf you get a blue mark on the up Nervousness Help. per right hand corner of your Cour If you are suffering from norvouu pose of making wreaths at the homes ter mis week, it means that your nesa do not overlook the value of of Mrs. II. L. Amberg, Misses Noll subscription hat expired. Renew at deep breathing. Many persons huve Rogers. Lite Farts and Marie Orevard. O once It you don't want the paper warded off acute nervous prostration by drawing In deep breaths at frestopped. I guarantee all plumbing and tinquent lutervuls during the day. ning I do. If the work don't come Pev. Wilson has appointed Oscar up rlght-ran- d you I can't out-talSalmon to take charge of the East I All work satisfactory or money re' we will cheerfully do the Job over-J- ust Hickman servieea Friday night. turuud. Schmidt. like any ether plumber. Cotton. 1 s, " 45-C- c k XT' For Hostess ST THE I ( 0107 HleM of STrlan OCT THt: SITUATION J Suggestions for Entertainments, and Other Matters of Moment, Edited by Madame Merri May's last special day comes on tho thirtieth Memorial day. It is worthy of recognition by every leyal American citizen and should be a day honored reverently by old and young. It Ir, with all Its sadness, a day of Kloqvonee Wssttd by .. n.Li.l ksqenini pretty Kneuah, lut Not Appropriate. mi . Automobile Face" Scare Vanishes nance, remains about the same, ac cording as tho Individual thinks and feels. Which Is apropos of horseback riding. Hero In Washington the automobile Is In mora or less general use, but It Is not crowding the horse as It Is doing In Clovcland. Though Itooso-vcl-t Is not here to keep tho fashion going, to Insist upon It by his ox ample, horseback riding much In vogue. And a majority of the riders are. women. This brings us to the 1 "What makes jm act to grouchy una iHoimn, lAiUKinni "Had an addition ts m riii.H 'What? Why, rm ought to bo ashamed to bo gloomy over thatl To think that a normal human being should bo angry because of the ad vent ex sues a, cherHBl Do you Krudaw a r4a In . -- friends as her guests, recently. After Jourluncheon they began a ney, visiting Manassas, Shenandoah, and other places of historic Interest. ithem. This announcement was raado: The papers have ceased to worry "It has been Mrs. Wadsworth's cui about that now; for such papers do torn for tho last six years to ride to not worry about any particular thing her homo In Livingston county, Ten for long. The automobile has estab- nessee. Tills spring, however, she h lished Itself, and the human counte Arranged for n short trip." 300-mll- e A WASHINGTON. had little while nfter coino Into central use, those newspapers which concern themselves nioro with fancy than with net began to worry in their rolumns about what thrr termed "the nutomobllo. face." They had cartoons showing faces lined and marked, with squinted eyes. These came, the papers said, from the habit of speeding cars. The papers figured that when a motorist gripped tho wheel and started ahead itt the strip of dusty road that was spinning under tho car, there was so much lenslcn thnt the lines and squint came without tho driver's being aware of -- the fnco wo havo seen. When daughter of a diplomat, say, goes forth riding astride by the way she look neither to the right nor to the left. Sho poises her bare head erect. and spurs over tho hills and far away. Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth started from Mount Vernon, with a party of est "horseback face." It Is tho hnughtl .Suffragettes Mildly Storm Congress the senator, as ho shouldered an arm1 "I construe that lion orable instrument to mat-- e the presentation of petitions mandatory, but I would present them gladly even If no such duty were Imposed upon rao." The senator made, a sweeping bow and the women appliuded loudly. It ha.l been Intended to carry the petitions to congress in an. automobile truck, making a very impressive-lookinload. "Goodness, no; some of them might get lost!" exclaimed half a dozen delegates. So while the procession was forming at tho Hotel Arlington the pe titions were unloaded again and distributed among the delegates. Meanwhile somo of the enthuslastlCdld a little electioneering. A.lmlral Schley passed by 'en bis morning constitutional. Two suffragettes 'tiopp'ed oat of a taxtcab and pinned a "votes button on the admiral. "Thank you, ladles." said he. "I will " ful of petitions. g great thankfulness,. Inasmuch as the "gray ntid blue" are united as ono man under the glorious Stars and Stripes, An occasion of unusual interest Is being planned for next Saturday night by a dovotod daughter of an old sol dlcr. It Is to be' a "camp flro" to which six men of the Loyal Legion aro hidden as honored guest. Each man Is requested to relate a. war story of ten minutes' duration from his actual experience, and each Is to wear some thing' (If he has anything) that ho wore during tho war. The host is to receive Jn his uniform (captain's), that was made lor mm in a soutacrn city nearly half a century ago. The rooms are to bo decorated with flags and pictures of var heroes, and thero la to be a big wood, bhuo In tho fireplace. Tho refreshments are to hard-tack- , coffee, grilled bacon sand wiches, pie, doughnuts, pickles and cheese. War songs aro to be sung. and tho wires of the six soldier guests are to came dressed as the girls of '81 and servo the refreshments, but this is a surprise, so lot ui hope none of the men will read "Damo Curtsey" today. Pipes, clgurs and liquid refreshments are to be conveniently near at hand to facltltato the story telling. Would that every old soldier throughout the length and breadth of our fair land could receive a personal band-clasand a sialic of recognition on this coming Memorial day. p said the suffraglsU 1 to congress, and It took CO automobiles and a ton of paper to carry tho,mcssago to tho capltol. Those who expected to see a suffragette demonstration, as often occurs in tho halls of the English bouses of parliament, were disappointed. With banners afloat and finery aflutter. In a procession of taxlcabs nearly a raUe long, the BUffraglsts moved on Capitol hill and. presented to congress 400.000 Individual demands for votes for, women. The mammoth national ipetttlon was divided Into little ones, each nicely tied with a bit of yellow ribbon and grouped Into little bundles of Just the convenient site for a suffragette to carry under her arm. Senators and representatives from every state received some part of that petition. Some of the Iowa; "delegation; .wcro frightened when they heard somo members ofthe house had refused to present the petition. They sent for Senator Dolllver "I would advise those members to take a day off and study the. Constitution of the United States," declared ta"you. MIT'S up ' . Hickory Stick "Tune" in High Court . . and 'rithmetlc".to bo given, tho moral nupport of the Supreme court of the United States? That is ono of the questions the court will be called upon to decide between now and vacation days. If tho court gives its approval to this ancient method of discipline, Annie Kelley, an Illinois school mistress, will escape, from a school squabble with no greater punishment than hav-- 1 Jng been declared a bankrupt In 1906 Miss Kelley was teaching In the primary department pf tho, public sqhools of Tolpno, Champaign county, According to a brief Miss Illinois. Kelley has Just filed in the Supreme court, Michael Uurko, an lad in her school, was not as good as he could be) In the presence, of the school, on December C, 1906, bo Miss Kelley tells the court, be "committed a breach of .proper decorum." -eleven-year-old THE "tuno IS tho teaching of the hickory stick" In of "reading and writing A Tenth We4dlng Anniversary. For the invitations havo little squares of sheet tin lettered with paint. Inclose In envelopes to St ex actly. For a tabts centerpiece use a largo cake tin with a funnel In tho center. In which place the flower chosen, with plenty of trailing vines to radiate over the table. Havo candlesticks made of tin with shades of the tamo material pierced to show tho !ght through like tho ones of brass aro made. For the side dishes have a tinsmith make little odd dishes and plates, also spoons may bo purchased with tin cups Just the right slzo for coffee. Salad may be served In IndiMADAMK MKHHL vidual gem pans, also tho Ice cream in tin molds; first of course, llnwboth Dr. Anna Shaw, who had been re- the salad and cream tins w(a waxed Help to Ntedlowoman. Punching eyelet holes by gttesa may elected president of the National paper. For souvenirs 'hare wedding American Suffrage, association a few cako put up In llttlo boxes of tin tied bo all very well for tho experienced minutes, before, rodo In the first with wbtt'o satin ribbon. Servo this neodloworker, but when essayed by About soventy-fiv- e others fol- menu:, the tyro It la apt to result In pain lowed in single file down Pennsylvania flalmon Salad, fully Irregular rents In the fabrics. Aspic r Chicken and OHv. avenue And on to the capltol. ' There la a new eyelet maker which noils. Tho Indiana delegation rode In a Btrawtxrry Ire Cream. Samlwkh. Cak. Is provided with a gauge to regulate Bpone "rubberneck wagon." proud of its num tho size of tho hole. Conreciioas. Corrc. bers. The New Yorkers went in nine Tho stiletto tapers from a sharp automobiles. Hawaii squeezed in with A Novel Puule Party. point to the thickness of a pencil, and some of the other territories. A long The hostess, who, by tbo way, la the by adjusting tho gauge, holes of any most original, planned this llttlo party size may be punched without effort for about a dozen, eouple who were in the habit of dropping Into her heuso Shirtwaist Fastenings. Threo huge scallops lapping from Then, after the principal had or- very Informally Just to see "what was dered her to chastise Michael, she doing." Sho bought a number of In right to left form tho front fastening flogged hits with a pointer, and the expensive articles, wrapped them lo of a French pique shirtwaist After state courts of Illinois found that she paper and placed in boxes which wera being most carefully faced with bits did not stop with tho Job halt com- piled on a table In full view of every sheer linen or lawn, these shallow pleted. In fact, when the Burkes one. No one was allowed to handle scallops are braided In parallel rows brought, a. sult-fo- r damages against them. Then she passed slips of paper. with whlto star braid. s she read the word written on the Tho garment Is buttoned In the her, alleging trespass and other. things, the state courts. In a general verdict, boxes, the guests wrote down what center of each scallop with a tailor's button rendered a Judgment against Mls they Judged tho contents to bo. Tho buttonhole and a one who came the nearest to being braided la circular lines. '? Kelley. After a Judgment was procured against her Miss Kelley was declared a bankrupt On the ground that the national bankrupt law does not discharge a person from payment of a debt incurred through the committing of willful and malicious Injuries to the person or property of another," Miss Kelley was arrested under an Illinois statute for failure to satisfy the Judgment. She went Into the federal courts and asked to be discharged. Tho district court of tho United States for tho Eastern district of Illinois admitted testimony offered by Mis Kelley q show tfcahla was not a' debt incurred through willful and malicious Injuries, and tho court found It was riot. Such a procedure did not meet with tho approval of the circuit court of appeals, howover, and the Judgment was reversed. Miss Kelley now has asked the Supremo court to review her case. 1 auto-mobile- ?' tiaen-covered hi Km. Don't wall for serious llln.UilBC uean'a Kidney VttU vkm ,. . trouble. tlu ii. Joh first feel backache or notice 1 appear, every l, ont urinary disorders. 1 P nply. teal,, ehta " - tWr John rap knJnf A w , ,nt a,kIuwk VT- Z- lummw. Texas, says: Nuts to Crack. a nam iu H a I "I wss taken afi-l- r irni l....... aM - toox Of Here arn some Jolly good now rid- about a year ago. My dea that I hope will delight our limbs and feet beyounger readers: gan to swell and my When Is a newspaper like a delicate doctor said I bad child! Whtn It appears weekly. wciiruira In. Nothing M.u Hrlght'a disease. 1 What tree Is f tho greatest Impor then consulted an tance In history? The date. snd free from .ting, or Hcfc other doctor who told Why does a man's hair turn gray P!n, Price Is 5 emit , bo mo I bad drottsr and sooner than his mustache? Because and one box U .. . twenty-onceold not Hre. Dean's years older. it is about sny one cue or you GET local r- YOtl a I'll Kldnnv What la always behind time? Tho lleved mo promptly, and I awn sir nr back of tho clock. Ask Your Drupslst for Host's What melancholy fact Is thero about io iaem. Kemeiriber tha namo Dmn'a a calendar? Thero Is no time when A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE t0,$WJ For salo by all doatnra r.a t. . its days are not numbered. Co, Iluffalo, N. Y. On what day of the year do women box. Fester-Mllburtalk tho least? The shortest day. Tit for Tat Why a washerwoman like Bator Liver Stranger (lo BfomlBCBt clorcyman) day? Because tho brings In tho close I cama In here, sir, o critlctso your (clothes) of the week. What la that which occurs two In church management and tell you bow U. ought to b run. N u b Ka Vf si twt fM i a moment, and not once in a thouStauatk and LoU art idk 'mmlnent Clergyman (amazed) sand years? The letter "m." Why Is a watch dog larger by night What do yen moan, sir? How dare CARTER'S UTILE UVEK FILLS than by day? Heeauoe at night ho la you? Who are yew, anyway? aradvLtrf firnlvm I am tho humblo .editor of tb pa "let out" and by day ha Is "taken a lujr Ltf u per you- have bvwr .wrKms; to," Life. In." Cartes Horn, presumably before tho world, frsn et Omwi enr n Ttttaxv i Cum Cost- - j ITTU UM etovTT. aat( destined to llvo about as long aa tho IYER tmalloa. runatJ.laa am Uaulta1. that Afcaftk Ha( ladigta.. world, and yet never flvo weeks oM. Inus. Mrvwt t. UmHimm M Hit CH a Tlli. I feu ,4, aad iau Tho moon. M lat M ana m par la wat at If tho above program Is thought too IMK IILvpRi:ft iifttXAM ft nth aM rrirr Stcb mm at CrM Mtal raw, I I ntrt ' a 14 sm tf Htadaika, sad DiitrMi altar Eatia long or too elaborate, It can easily SaiaB r.S, tmtS Dm. Sw3 Nu VKAXK 1, CMKCT. bo shortened or simplified. M aa a.tarta,,,) a avr muMa Pxva U to - dear little boxes filled with homo- candy to take home aa made I give a few of souvenirs. th articles sho had and tho words en the boxes that suggested the contents: tho Itot may bo lengthened or changed according to the desires of tho hostess! A small mirror "A placo for reflec tion." A nero dH "Darkest Africa." Sixteen ben bons "Sweet sixteen." A smalt doll dressed In silk "In silk nttlre." A tablet of writing "Noth ing but leaves," Two spoons "Lovers." A blotter "An absorbing subject' A small dictionary "Where lovo Is found." A toy flat Iron "The heme of. Hums." A few pennies "Common scnifc." A toy broom "A woman's weapon." Cigars "Things that end In smoke." homo to an Innoeent creature fresh irsm nonvon, bringing with It the very fragfaneo of thooo col atlal rn.lm.t Do yen greet with an emu a a man PMMna nr nil nnrit. .. "sweetness ilven lntu vmir t""r Kit t...... act-ual- lr uii..i.. pPr a rr mougb undeserved treas ure oy a too benevolent rrovldetice? Any remedy that i.l" M.,rii A kiVely cony of what funev trengll,enstlntmM,'B'."l tho angel te be like a tiny shred of The nerve rentcri I grace ana gtery, Matched from the" -ay, luais wry pretty, but do you con Wome snVsni 11 snow you're ta mime txiut my mniw doblllty Is tba Mnn Inlaw !:, r iin fi.. t.i. IT WEARS YOU OUT. Kldnty Troublts Lewtr tho Vitality or ine wnoio Body. anTtBSsI .a wn a Is about the there k mo. inniniriM-aas-i 1 You know tin "" T- HUNT S Hill e-- e n Miike the Do its Duty tl tsst M Hm I 7 Oaf at IMffaalM. I A. Ifc. X IM. W. (H.SU90. utnuirttBa Uu mutant Mitri mtarrik CM k Uitai lUimHf aJ arts ara mm wnir wm um siawm at Ua ftfttna. aa4 lar tfattoamtota. aoM Ir ail rmaaM. tu. lata Kaill t aattf rw mt aaeawaauaa. a1 f. Something to Crew Abeut. Tho (lander .Suffering cats' What has got lato that tort of nolso-gorridiculous rooster lately? HI' darn crowing hat developed Into a continuous performance. Tho Drake Why, ho Imagines ho'a 'la the public eyo slnco tho production of Itostand'a "Chatitccler." An4 malt to th A. II. Medicine Co, fll. Ixiula. Mo., and thy will arm! you f rra m It day of NATUHK'H 1IKMK-V- X trrttiinl ISIl Uli!ta) Ousmnlrrd for )Uieu mstlam. Constipation. Hleh llaa.Hche, Uy. PRPP Frl'ar. I II lalaori'aiUnc. Setter and more than liquid antiseptics rOS ALL TOILET tSTS. CUT THIS OUT Give on a iwl wAMM.r.AA ImIK ih( brealSla,i anfi,liralr I .11.. . m .LI. mouth and Uiroal puniictiHs r. n . .11 nuHTI bedy ctoon-snd- iaj SMrapIrstionand er, KIIny aivt Wool IMaa.a. K..I.1 by all llrt(,r Ihnn lllta for Uvar Ills. It's fr to you. WtiU today. tni(Ut. raaanl to aoro arcs aad utirrs. A Wi P auir. It's awfully hard to convince tho young man In tho caso that all the world loves a lover .11 aitJj astt' A Lft Kl J" Memphis Directory POULTRY prt SUPPLIES HMlt of rnnalria, Oar Work 1 kIMla, H-l- t. It l L?. THC sssl i t . ..u 5 Box for Clothes P AXIOM TOIUT CO, Botwa, sUs 3as-a- t H. prtm lut. lro CIIMMNV. IIA.XA? lift tllli Uw. aU Maluhtrvat, Muitia,Taoo. Nt Isn't tut iMI"et Ci1w l)o tult aiantlo laaamva Kf ajaoalloaal aa4 BaalafuB4lllaa If ag ata4 tar f rta lliatltl4 auk. U lalla ua. ft VV rtvaallSStuMOa. Illml fotatarf caawra. loaia(a (atM. Wrlla for raa aauuar caUludB. ttlimlt, MHU Taa a.rHf , kodaks: a PYRAMID FLY CATCHER ... "IH 'JS'i Ja CO. Mtmphis UmbnlU Ct. ...at OS M Mal 1 -- a tua. SHV VIUOIM .1 WB IW ... a. aaaa r www- iltl Biscuits Not Harmful, Says Wilson from tho little brown loaves ai they como hot from the oven. Wo mind the.tlme. Indeed, when they went Very well with maple syrup. N flats and small houves, whore cupboard accommodation is limited, tho CROESUS FEED Is Your treatment Health a iu rOEOlETArtY WILSON of. the ment of agriculture han assailed an food notlou. We have always 'been told at least since food began scientifically to be studied that hot biscuits were almost indigestible. permuted' (o 'costal from his office, a pamphlet which sets forth that (not biscuits will ."ever Ttuep one awake, HlgWs'.bwauie (if a 'dull; heavy feeling; (a the stomach. "As far as now known'," says, the Bulletin. lJth changes ordinarily occurring in good bread as it ages do pet' attest K digtstjbfllty ua'esa it becomes so dry as to be unappetizing." So that we need no longer run away old-tim- jj hlngos and castors aro procured. A good sized box will lit comfortaThere has always been a suspicion suggestion contained In our sketch bly under most beds, and will bold a that Doctor Wiley, who, Cannon has Msnufsoturerti complained, wants a man to know will be found very useful, and may bo great many clothes and bo qulto out uf sight When anything Is required Memphis) carried out at a small cost Tenneaoee Just what he Is putting Into his idom-nccan bo obtained in from tho box It Is an easy matter to Also dealer 1 In CHAIN. HAY and other Packing cases when he goes to take a drink pull the box out by the bandies, and doesn't live up to bis pure food no- every conceivable slzo and shape, and I'KED STUFl'S good strong ono should be selected being mounted on castors, It may bo tions. And now, it comes out that that will fit comfortably underneath roadtly pushed back against Into Its Wiley takes his luncheon at a restaurant known as "The Dirty Spoon.'! We tho bed. If the case has a lid that Is place. In tho sketch tho counterpane is never .have eaten there, so that we hinged on, so much tho better, but If ea can't toll about the usual condition not, It Is anstrong matter to obtain a turned up to show tho box In position for Farmers' Lines aad Independent Ex- Iron hinges and under tho bed. The wood can be cbange. Complete stock of of tbo pewter ware; but It is a fact couple of painted or stained, or a cover may be that the ot,bcr noon Wljey was seen fasten them vlu their places. CROSS-ARM- S, or, tho box should bo en made' for the. box, For a girl whoso The' InslM la this restaurant, munching a ham' sandwich, washing it down with large' tirely llncdKwHh paper, pasted t the I'ircumtianecs! perhaps eompel her to gulps of coffee. An accused preacher sides, tho bytom and tbo Insldu of livo In a bed ulttltiy room, (Lis sug- and all nsceuary material. Write for once said: "Don't do as I do, do as I the lid, .and oaators screwed on under-Hoat- gestion should, bo very welcome, us it catalogue and not prlca list. to To complete tbls'baefurBrtlfde will enable a largo num. tell you." Hence the practises of bor of clothes free from dust anj ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. Wiley probably have nothing to do,, two metal 'handles are fastened pile way or tho other, with whore be trout, and, haadtta tultablo for tho dirt Silent domes are very utoful to 133 . oeend flt., Memphlo, Tenn. may be obtained from any nail under tho box if oastort aro not Bleotik Light, Street Itailwsy aad House purpose! oats or what Ironmongers at the samo time that the UTtllable, WiriDg Contains i i to 10 per cent mora nutriment than any other mined fcd on Ilia nutlet. No ground hay of oat bulls. Write for prices and samples. Hfnrlh 10c? . rSfkl Tlut'swhatltcojUWR JONES & ROGERS nltht and uarc jfs so easy to HVmorsItJ -nk, frV.tWfffiV la On woiia. iiiiisssWiiriMs "CKSON LOAN ,1- TELEPHONES WIRE, INSULATORS j W"1" - "ll rrz.vi w,n br kp S MiUtlsi. av.pSI'i'. . . u Mil mi III! Kia i sav nrin warn mm m mam mill mm aW wm i m - m nCflQRP U Hill K I.. i CUITlbS MiinA Mnnr flh to PMumwH. a F NAIIUri in iftvrunrsirta Tnai n wa -- n. .. u. oith Occurred na Hied Bror or oub-- seriously III Mil Long ana Ktn ru- - Crer. of the United Britain and nrltUU Dominions Illsnt hn-im- o Vln L palace. London, on and waa lb second Ttti flrt son of Queen Victoria He like Prince Consort Albert ttrUtfnfd Albert Bdward, and at tiry birth waa given an Imposing sftlt rs, lie waa ni ouco crmieu r, of Walts ana uy vinoo ui mm .. v alio knight of the L 1 bclr apparent to the Ilrlt-l.if- .. )m auececded to the title kite of Cornwall and Ita eroolu- u, Md ai neir 10 me crown 01 Had be beenmo great steward .H.fl,t flllkA of llotheaay. earl of j.v i,i rnn of Renfrew and lord emperor of iHdla, title reads, was" born September 10. 1819, oi irauun, tu crrltea ran on lilm and una hla i Msg conferred Anionic the oilier la perpetuity ind command held by Bdward itnt of Saxony.- eetenel of the of the is hniir. eoloaeMn-cble- t 'i brigade, field marshal of the lib army and Held marshal of U isles, On - a srray. vigorous man, and he found relaxation In amusements that frequently gate rise to scandals and that gave tho world n wrong Impression of his real character. He was especially fond of tbo theater and among bis boon companions for years were ac' trcrsea and actors. Also be developed n great liking for Paris and often visited that gay capital Incognito. Hut all this, as has been said, was only his relaxation, and after coming to tho throne hi conduct always was so circumspect that not the most captious critic could find any fault with It. Kdward was always a llbernl patron of art and science and manifested a lively Interest In exhibitions, charitable Institutions, the housing of tho poor, agriculture and other' mnttcrs thst concerned the welfare of his subjects. He assisted In promoting tho Hoyal College of Music, and the Instltuto was duo to bis suggestion. Whllo prince of Wales be carefully abstained from participation In politics and from all action that could be construed Into preference of one party over another. II cultivated the most friendly relations with public men, whatever their opinions might be, and be was equally courteous to all. At peculiar crises of public opinion his visits to Mr, Gladstone. Mr. Ilrlgbt and other prominent members of tho liberal party did much to counterbalance In tho public mind Queen Victoria's preference for her Conservative ministers. It was ssld the king's III health, whlaa had been current for several days, were bjr the postponement of the ceremony. It wai announced that the king waa Buffering Worn perityphlitis, and on Juno 24 he underwent an operation. After tome weeks Of the greatest anxiety he recovered, and tho coronation took place Auguit 0. During the long years of hla prince-hoo- d Kdward'a public duties conilsted sololy In the omce of representing the royal family at all manner of public events, and be performed thtte duties well, nut the deadly monotony of such a life waa too ranch for the d CHURCHMAN'S . ,u .jtHAWNEE, . OKLAHOMA, STOMACH WEAK A City sHttlM. of the Ttrrsr ef Frankness. T h &sm Lji tan wnfiA V lea tho-fmnknnM " mM Heath TarklRKton: at a fareweU dteweT.e New York profit making farm land In the great Oauthwest From a brush nllo to a fUv. Lapley Suffered Twelve Yean city 'of 25,009 pepukUen In 14 years. Wonder of tbo age In eity building. From Itflow He Conquered It; Now building'1 Meat pooktag house lBftQ employes; Cotion Fabric Mill You Alio Can, Free. employes; Uaptlst and Catholic $0 Kate Universities Will enroll 1000 stuUnprecedented profit making Through an announcement that he saw dents. l In Ms purr (he iW. J, D. Latly waiting fdr men of small of Avnnilaln Hitlon. ltlrmlmhnm, Ala., Investments loitrnnl that h could obtain & free tilal and large means. The last opportunity iwiue or a rtmenr to get property In Shawnee at a low for the curn of prlee. Oct In on tho ground floor. and as he was Interrated, Prices will advance rapidly. Nothing I10 urtBffJ mn ston Shawnee now. For descrip ttiat way, ho wrote fnr It. The tnn. tive llteraturo and further Information dr war Dr. I'ep-sl- 's DEVELOPMENT wrlto 8IIAWNEB Syrup fJipley. Mr. COMPANY, Shawneo, Oklahoma, which wlip Is k mtnlttrt- - of Is not a real estate company. the Mrtliwllat lm-an, C!J-weltn. Kpli-cop- ta la the heart richest best Cliurch, ami A member of the Central Alabama Conference, took the free bottle with tt.e result tnat ne was Mrs, Alice Northrup very speedily cured. you or any omer sunerer imm IndlKetllon nnd dyapepala, sick headachn anI inch dlKeatlva troubles ran have a free trial tiottlo sent to' ypur home prepaid by forwarding your name1 and adilreas. It Is the centleat, mllilrat, best taallrc. moat effeetlvo laxntlve tonlo you ever tried. Druneltta will sell you the remilar bottl-at W centa or II. and reA mits irn guaranteed. 111., picture of Mrs. n cured patient, Northnip. of Qulncy, lp la prmented herewith. Ir there nhout your caao that you don't aq-l wrltn the doctor and ll, you. The addreaa I T)r. W. tl. S01 Caldwell Dldc, Montlcello, III. corwii-natlon, 1 cy-thvl jTald-Vta- HUNTING 'EM BOTH. dent to his departure for, Bwepe,1 "How hould I feel, for example, If asked you for your opinion of ray plays, and you answerea.me iranmy, ITasfiriadt itself welcome M quite frankly? tb "Why, I should feeMlke the; poor the heJrW of, tody at the' bridge drive who said to world over, by its wonHferfiil her hostess' little daughter: Vnur nna urn aneh A heavenly cures of all blood disea&os ami conditions. blue. And what color are my eyes, run-dow- n datllng7' , Oetllt tedar In usual liquid feim. "rha rhliit'a h eh frrhle traveled efcocoUtM tablets called, SarwtaM. easily to the further corner of the quiet room a she replied, looking earnestly up Into ier questioner' S3 S2.S S, S4. S3.SO, BP SV &Bear wait face: "Dwab ' middle, yellow whites Mrartiwmra'iaV f--l and wed wlnisP" W.Ii.PtlKM nkocMj'nte worn How He Expressed It. byrnoromcnthaa Every small boy the right kind, aHy other make, anyhow thinks his own mother tho symbol of all perfection. Few, howW. ever, have the ability to express their Anil I.lun4ua SW.00 4.0lhoeKinl, admiration as prettily as the little In atjrle, nt nnd we nr. other mnkea coating following anecdote: hero of tho SXf.OO to SW.OO. 3M, Klchard'a mother was putting him to nnd S3.0O him' good night, S.1.0S.SH.SO thn loneat, bed, and as she kissed ura (he alioea finality price, sho said: "Do you know you are world. wholo world to mamma?" Fait Ctltr Cutlttl. "Am I?" he answered, quickly. "Well MineaJ ndrrMo The aennUftlMTaW. T. Dewlu Hnh.IHf.le. then, you're heaven and tho north polo Uninea on the bottom, Tkf If. AknrilelerforW.l.nont1Mtioefc""Sli-i- ! " ara not for ! lnronrlown to me!" Youth's Companion. Uiwr.drlnf frill dlrretlOM how to onter W W". WWW Kos-- Hoods Sarsapanlla thpok: W. L. DOUGLAS r B0AI9i W.t-loii(t- lB eonald-rad,lnl- he lllr TIME FOR HIS DEPARTURE of 1 The Usual Thing. Mrs. Rangles I am always outspoTm I CH I wrallh. Book rree. KM, fS ken. a., Box K,Wa,HMuin,U 4 Co., Mr. Itangles And I am generally nuimkl outtalked. Smart Set MEMPHIS, NO. W. N. 20-19- 10. rtettTfwt to tW wearjrjB orrt fMtert rrowW. IlOUUlB, BrortWn, cbja prepW- ftetorr As Close Friend Knew, That Fram Mind Was Not Apt to Be a Lasting One. Virginia characters In a small Piedmont county seat town; Den was tho keeper of tbo town Inn and Hymen, a genuine Jew, ran a store, lien was noted for profanity, drinking and Gambling nnd telling Unheard of yarns. Hymen wai a dally visitor at, tho Inn to get his dram, and at times became thoroughly shocked at lien's outrageous language and manners. Pen, ono evening, Joined tho town boys In an exciting game of football on Main street, becamo overheated, nnd, cooling oft too quickly, went Into pneumonia at night. Several physicians attended him, who soon pronounced A doxen or moro his caso hopeless. of Den's friends, among them Hymen, wero standing around the bed Just be fore lien's spirit took Its flight from earth, when Hen uttcrod a long groan havo mercy on and said; "Oh. me." At this moment Hymen turned his bead slowly and remarked: "The good Lord ought to take Hen right now, for he never will be so good do moro." AN INTOLERABLE ITCHING Hen Ti Itlco and Hymen Levy, both now dead, were two of the real old Texas Dear (to senator on a walk. Ing trip In tho mountains) Hully geel Is. the president after you, tooT Didn't Care to Mention His Name. A colored woman presented herself ia Jiflk the other day In jn equal suffrage state at the placo"of registration to qualify for the costing of her vote on the school question nt tho next election. "With what political party do you afflllato?" Inquired the cleric of tho unaccustomed applicant, using tho prescribed formula. Tho dusky "lady" blushed, nil coyness and confusion. "Is I 'bleged to answer that thero question?" "Certainly; the law requires It." "Then," retreating in dismay, "I don't believe I'll vote,, 'caso I'd hate to havo to mention the party s name, s in lie's onq of tho nicest town. Ladles' Home Journal. gent-mum- weakest orjan. If Hrere Is weakneas of stMBsehtrver orIuaSs,,thM is;s weak llak la the chain of life which may snap at any time. Often this " waakaes " is caused by. lack of DBtritlea, the reault of weakaeas er sk'sessi ef the stosascb aad other organs of dlfettie ad cmtrkiea. Diseaecs awl WeakaeMe of the stomach and it allied orfaa are eared try the aae el Dr. Fierce' Golden Medical Discovery. When the weak or diseased stea(eh is eared, disease of other oniana which Mfnt reraota from the stoasaeh hut wkisfcv have their ongia in a diseased eeaoitiea of the stomach aad , ether orfaas ef digestion and Butritiea, ara awred also. The mtreai mam mmm m atremi atomfem. mam ameJ m Each of the chief or-of the body U la the Cheria ot I Lite. A ehM ta b stronger thaa its. weakest link, the body bo stroaier tfcaa is , art" Take the above recemmeaded "filacer mat yam mar hare a atraag atam atraag be4r. GrvsN Away. Dr. Pierce's Contaoa Seas Medical Adviser, new revised Edition, is seat frt on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cestamps for tha d book ia paper covers, or 31 stamps for the vols Address Ur. K. V. fierce, Buffalo, N. X. cloth-boua- 1 THE LATE KING EDWARD VII. prince received a: most clabo- and carefully planned cdu- first he waa under the te of four private tutor, and. sub- neatly bis 'education, wa, directed ifilty In order to Wive"1 him a ate of collcgo life, ho wns sent for Tfce ' ihat x, broad n. At IMward' always Inclined io the Nationalists In Irish politics, but constitutional restrictions prevented his showing his preferences In relation to Haron lestton to the University of 1M- wr.h, for one year to Oxford, and r four terms to Cambridge. During )rsra ho acquired a wide, of the arts and sel ves and became aulto uroOclcBt In 2ern languages. Is 1560 tho prlnco mado n tour of United Btatcs and Canada and next year be joined tho llrltlsb for at Currach camn. Ireland. In fW he set out on his travels again, iisie visaing Jerusalem and other . - I .. .1 It.- - I'UIU- II Kfl ni 1. 1. v. WIUIIWMII luicrviu 111! plon on the trip was Uuan Stanley P" Westminster. Edward's public life began In Feb- T. 1SGJ. when. hnlr In thn krone, he took his seat In the houso ' lords. On March 10 of the same ' be married I'rlncess Alexandra rollne Mary Charlotte Louise Julia. eiaest daughter of King Christian - or Denmark. Her beauty, grace "I chnrmlng manner at onco gave popularity In Oreat Ilrltnln that contluued mleufrnnl throuuliout r llftt 1 n ,1 nun.... HMi.nua C tliu nrlm-mailo an avlonilml oar through tho Indian wutilro nn'd received everywheroi with lavish 4 magnincent hospta.llly,tho native seeking to outdo 0110 another' ,0e KorgcouBpoM of the entertain-Bl- s provided for their emperor. On tbt death of Queen Vletorla, niiy 2S. 1801. Edward succeeded to ' thrnno ti, oufVHUVH' ..... BVl n tm j tua Wr Judo 2C, 1903. and all prwuratlona lUe magnificent ,evetit had been when UUqulytlug ruaar of 1S7L Stockmar and Charles I Fmtki tho Kmeratd Isle. As a diplomat Kdward was unexcelof Kuropo. led among the monarch Ills Influcnco was always thrown to tho sldo of International poaco where compatible with national honor, and his ndvlco nnd example bad a steadying effect on all Europe., lie looked with amused tolcranco on tho vagaries and extravagances of his nephew, tbo emperor of Germany, but occasionally that ruler exasperated him to such an extent that ho could not refrain from giving him soiuq stem advice. Such ndmonltlon was not received by William In a submissive spirit, and onco In a while there were sensational rumors that tho peaceful relations between the tvyo countries were about to bo ruptured. The development of the king's char' actor In his later years was especially gratifying to the nation. In addition to tho love of his people, which he had always had, ho gained their admiration and rospect They hrid the utmost confldenco In his good Judgment, oa wns amply exemplified during tho lato crisis over the budget, 'and they were always sure he would do the right thlug at the right tine. TO Kdward and Alexandra Were born, jsixc .children. T.I10 ,tlrsl. Prince Albert, duko of CUrcnco, died In 189, years. Tbo second. agod twenty-eigh- t Ocorge Frederick Ernest Albert, born succeeds to the On Juno 3, 1SCG. Tho other children are: throne. rrlucvsa Louisa Victoria, married to the duko of Fife; Prlucesn"Vlctorla Alexandra; Princess Maude Charlotte, married to Prince Charles of Don a'ark. and Prince Alexander Johc who died tho day after Xilv blrlb to "Just about two years ago, some form of humor appeared, on my scalp. Tho beginning was a slight Itching but It grow steadily worse until, when I combed my hair, tbo scalp became raw and the ends of the comb-teetwould be wet with blood. Most of tho time there was an Intolerable Itching, in a painful, burning way, very "much as a bad, raw burn. If deep, will Itch and smart when first beginning to heaL Combing my hair was positive torture. My hair waa long and tanglcd terribly becauso of the blood and scabs. This continued growing worse and over halt my hair fell out. I waa la despair, really afraid of becoming totally bald. "Sometimes the pain was so great that, when partially awake, I would scratch tho worst places so that toy flnger-tlp- a would bo bloody. I could not sleep well and, alter being asleep a short time, that awful stinging pain would commence and then I would wako up nearly wild with the torture. A neighbor said It must be salt rheum. Having used Cutlcura Soap merely as a tollot Boap before, I, now decided to order a set of 'the Cutlcura "Remedies Cutlcura Soap, Ointment and Pills. I used them according to directions for perhaps six weeks, then, left off. as tho dlscoso seemed to bo eradl' catcd, but toward spring, eighteen months ago, there was a slight re turn of tbo, scalp humor. I com' nienced tho. Cutlcura treatment at once, bo had very llttlo trouble On my scalp I used about ono half a cako of Cutlcura Soap and halt a box of Cutlcura Ointment In all. Tho first timo, I took sis or seven bottles of Cu tlcura Pills aad the last time three bottlos neither an expensive or tedious treatment. Since then i have had no scalp trouble of any kind, Standing up, with my hair unbound. J t com os to my knee and bad It not bee. for Cutlcura, I should doubtless be wholly bald. "This Is avvo!untsry. unsolicited tes timonial and I take ple&iuro In writing it, Hoping my experience may help someone olso. Miss Lillian Drown, It F. D. 1, Liberty, Ma. Oct 29, 1909." h Few bishops have to lead such a strenuous llfo ns lllsliop Stringer. In company with a missionary companion ho mndo a tour recently to Herschcl Island, In tho Arctic ocean, and back to Dawson City, where the bishop re sides. Their small suDPly of food becoming cxriauscd, they wero obliged to eat their muckalucks and moccasins, These, mado of raw sealskins, wero soaked until they became glutinous, and were then toasted 111 strips over tho Are. Tho bishop says the food was real good, especially tho muckalucks. CASTOKIA. a safo and sure remedy for Bishop Eats His Own Boots. BADE MARK A Woman's Home should be her pride. Your home should You reflect 'your own individuality. cannot have special wall papers de signed oy you jor eaca room you east carry out a special AJabasUae decora tlve scheme for those rooms yoacsus.be . a leader in your community and have your home the talk of owe made. j AlaibaoliiK Wal Tmt Tbe Stylkh A Examine carefully every bottlo of Imnortnnt to Mothers infants and children, and see that it Dears the Signature of In Uso For Over ttO Years The Kind You Havo Always Bought Drain on Country's Resource. popula In 190S, tho forelgu-bortion of 13.G per cent furnished lC,Cj per cent or the criminals, zu.s per cent of the paupers, and 29.5 per cent, of tho Insane. Dctween 1904 and. 190S, tho aliens in these Institutions , Increased 34 per cent Rheumatism Is Curable NATURE'S REMEDY (Kit tablet) will cure Uheumatlam and do tt quickly. It so thoroughly, cleans ca and regulates "the klilceya. .liver find digestive system that Its cures' seem' almost magical. Ileaulta you'll truarunteed. Take one feel better In tha morning. Get a 36c Hox. Alt DruKdsts. The A. U. UwU Medldno Co., St. Louis.. Mo. 'Trie Thoughtful Gues-5racloun! Is Hie Tsuterlal that win accenptlsh thta reault. We caa show Innnmerablo color effects, classic atencU deatgns, and. our Art Department Is at your service. ' Sand for tha AlabasBna book aaplalnlns what w do for yon. aad how wa famish frso ateacUa waara AlahaiMaa ia wad. Alabastloe b a powder made from Alabaster, ready for dm by mtiing-witroid water, and la applied with an oM dinary well brush. .FuU direcuons on each packst. , ,t Alabasdn Naw York CHy, N.Y. GHcpany TMC:PACKAIe Have You Tried It ? There is a bottle of Cardui waiting for you t the Have you tried it? If not, we urge you to do so, before your troubles have obtained such a hold on you, that nothing will drive them out Even now, ft may be nearly too late. But try it anyhow. If anything can help you, Cardui will. It has helped in thousands of cases, where other medicines had beea tried in vain. Why should it not do the same for you? drug store. What long legs Host the new. Walter has! Host Yes, engaged hlra specially for the "diners, who, are In a hyrry. lleggondorfef lllatt;er.' J Do not try 'to make your homo like heaven, but try to make your homo such that when you, think of heaven you will bo reminded of, your home. Doctor Devlns. EOUB EYBS, weak, inttamed. red, watery nnd awellen eyei. ue l'tfCTlTS EYE SALVE. 38c. All druggists or '.Howard CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "My daughter, Octava, would, have been In her grave, today, had it not been for that fine medicine, Cardui," writes Mrs. Laura Lawrence, of Drennon Springs, Ky. "Nothing I tried helped my daughter, until she had taken Cardui. I had sent for the doctor, when 1" thought of your medicine and got a $1 bottle. Wen she had taken four doses she became all Tight I often recommend Cardui to my friends." Your druggist sells Cardui with full Instructions for use on the bottle. - Uios., liufllo, N. Oo" Y". to nny old person for sympathy, nnd you will learn that you don't know what real trouble Is. TEKKV I)AV1S' l'AINKILLKK Hvmuereoiuplaiiit.UiwcUruuble.eniuipa hare no termra In (lie ImuwIkI4 where Iblt deurnilable tuadlcloaUkeptouliana. So. Sta and Wa bultlar self, Proposed Partnership. Father You want to marry my daughter! Why, sir, you can't sur I can hardly da It my. port her. wo chip In Plck-Mo-U- Nover say die till you are dead and then It's no uso. Spurgeon. Dr. MarMa Pallet, small. anfmFitd. u n lala as esmJr. reauiate au4 Invianrsta aluiaasa. Drara buwaitanil curacuBsupauoa. Suitor' (blandly) together, Many n mm tries to stand on hut rights when he hasn't any. Mrs. Wtaslew's Aoothlnc Syrnn. roreMMrvn Uetbliw, auttmstkeiunmreduceata. SAuimauuu.aluSMiln.i;uriiawluilouU. SaabuiUa. Personal Knowledge. Teacher Glvo mo an example of a transparent object. Hoy A keyhole. nire. ing another praised. How one womau doesn't enjoy hear- Writ to; Ladles Advisor Dept. CbaHanooea Medicine Co, CbatUaoofS, Teaa.. pooa, uomc Tretuneot lor worata. teat tree. " inmiiwi, auu 1 aWhMJFt ynaurtj. ii "tA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORIR PHIOE, I.OO. rUtL I desire to inform my friends 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 tine. I am now selling genuine Notice 4.75 A TON Practical Fashions CORSET. COMBINATION LADIES' COVER AND OPEN DRAWERS. Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. Wo offer Oho Hundred Dollars ro wnrd for ny of Cotarrh thai cannot bo cured by llall'a Catarrh A IV, Toledo. W.K J- LOOKED CH.if' SURELY INVENTION We, the HHdrs4gncd, hnve known LIKE A WINNER, BUT r. J. Cheney fer the ir, years, and believe him perfertly honorable In all bHtsneM trammetlatis ami able to carry nut any Marvelous Invention Was Brought to by his firm. WaMliig. Nought Through Devlees of Nsughty KlmiBM made & Marvin, Wholesale , Burglar, While the School Telede, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cnro Is taken InterTeacher Wondered. nally, aetlng directly upon tho blood Dave, having chosen a fat cigar, bv nnd murous surfaces of the system log of a methodical mind, rung up, five Testimonials sohI free. Price 71 rent ceata on the ensh register and sealed per bottle, Sold by nil druggists. Take Hall's Family mils fer himself with his heels on the stove. He blew a reflective cloud of smoke, which, Incidentally, all landed In Hiram James' left eye. Whe the Of eeursc prices for plumbing apd laughter occasioned among the company by Hiram's back somrrMtill had tinning will eeme dawn new, but you died away, Dave, being king In his will have to get my prlees ta see just own bar, began: hew lew they go. John Cotton. "Talk In' 'bout cranks and hugs, I O don't know If nny of youse boys knew Josh Jenks what used to live here Mott'a Nervine Plls 'way back aerao years, I guess ye Tha great nerve and brain treatdon'L Josh was the most mechan'cal cuss I over sot eyes upon, ment fer men ami women, preduevs Mrs. W. II an' that's savin' bo few Always In strength mad vlUUty, builds up the Jefferson, JOSH'S CAN OPENER HOW'S THIS. rae JtRDE P"r lat WEILAI STRONG a druit-gists- When-. W.1 1.. run don It. Olll M.i. " "ft. maun.. all-fire- limr&uto Iu, 1 Um U , iitice iM "y." 1 ...1 fcs veatln somethln', he were, except the way A. A. FARIS Paris Pattern No. 324$, All Reams Allowed. The combination garment Is always a farorlte for eummer months, and the ono.her presented Is of UDUsually attractive design, tho corset cover bavins a low "V neck dart-fitted To the Public PHONE 73 When in need of TIN and PLOMB"-ING WORK back and front, and the open drawera being trimmed with the very popular umbrella ruffle. Materials advlted for the development of this design are loss; cloth, nainsook lawn, batiste and China silk. The pat tern Is la 6 sites 34 to 44 Inches butt measure. Fur 38 bust the cembt nation requires, as Illustrated, 6'i yards of flouncing 16 or mere Inches wide, with 1U Tarda of camVrlc Si Inches wide, or made of one material It requires 3 yards J8 Inches wide. NO. NAME 3245. SIZE. for quick service. All workvguaran-tee- d TOWN STREET AND NO and strictly first-clas-s. RATS Let Us Figure With You And We'll Do Your Work NIQHTS OF UNREST. No Sleep, No Rest, No Peace forth Sufferer from Kidney roubles. No peace for the kidney suferer Hickman Plumbing & Tinning Co. Phone 73 E. W. Adams, Sec. and Treas. J. Q. Adams, Manager Visible Writing; Originated Twelve years ngo in the UNDERWOOD STANDARD Tain and distress from morn to night. Oet up with a lame back. Twinges of backache bother you all day. Dull aching- breaks your rest at nlglit. Urinary disorders add to your mis ery. Get at Uo cause cure the kidneys, Doan's Kidney Mils will work tho cure. -- They'ro for the kidneys onl- yHave mado great cures In Hickman: J. It, Weatherly. Third & Ivy sts.. Hickman, Ky says: "For some tlmn I was afflicted with a most annoying case of kidney complaint. Tho kid ney secretions wero far too frequent In passage and I hod to get up some nights as often as seven times, fn tho morning I felt tired and Ilttlo like Joins tho day's work, I tried any number of remedies and doctored. but to no avail. Finally Doan's Kid ncy I'ills cumo to my notice and get ting a supply at Holm & Ellison's Drug Store, 1 began taking them Tho contents of three boxes of this remedy restored my kidneys to a normal condition and Improved my health." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c FosterMUburn Co., Buffalo, N, Y., sole agents for the United States. Itemcmber the name Doan's ai d tako no other. - for Josh, not to mention trade. I took a frlen'ty Interest in Jeh, him beln' by way of a distant relative of mine, and ofttlmea of an arternoon Josh would look la an' sit on that stool an talk, not that his talk was easy to get at, always 'bout triangles an' dinar-mlc- . which I took was to do with 'lee trlelty. "Things waa goln' bad with Josh, an' 1 was sayln to myself that his fever was 'bout over, when he coms la one day wavln' a great ran an' planta It on the counter. I ducks under, tblnkla. it waa a bomb the fool feller had. but when I sees nothln' doln' I pops up. lettla' on ! had been looVIn' for cork. "Lo, Josh, saya I. Dave, ssya he, 'I've got 'em hip an' thigh now. Ilehold Josh Jenks patent Trademark, can. "Opens at the word 0' command." It 'pcara ha bad been rradla some kind of a kid's book 'Ravin' Nights, or eutbtn' 'bout a fellsr. Ally Dabby what found a robber' cave chockful of geld dust an Joolry, an' made the rocks open when bo up an says the psstword of 'Open Belie Him, or some slca truck. Well, Josh's Id ear was to Bx a kin' of a talk In' machine to the preserve cans, to work back'ards, ye see. se that when yo saya 'Open Belie Him' Into a hole, the blamed thins; gits to workla' and off pops the lid all Its own. He gits me to say the pass word, an I'M be hanged! If the emery of thing don't give a click-clican' act 'cordln' to the word. Great, It waa, an' I lest Josh ten beans to gtt It patented, there beln' a little (dear f me attttn' half profits. Then Josh takes It roun to all the cannln firms, an' one on 'em was toot enough to take It on trial, the unSer- staadln' beln' that Josh was to git ten tbouiaa' If It were any good. Thero waa no holdln' in Josh, an' be spends all he has treatln' the boys an' talkln' "bout what he was goln to do with the cash. "Soon Josh's cans were on the mar ket, an' spite of one Dutcble who come seekln John's blood, because he sear etarved to death on a Sunday owln' to him belli' unable to say 'Open Seize Hint.' all went with bells "Then the barrel bust Some blamed burglar got Into Deacon Walk era store, where he hsd laid In 'bout a hundred dollars' wuth ot canned stuff with Josh's patent, an' like doggoned edyut he reads the label, an' to to test It, says 'Open Belie Him,' an' blarao If all them cans didn't begin to go off like crackers, The neighbors, hesrln' the noise, gits scared, thinks somo varmint Is glttln' ready to blast (lunvllle off the map an' aalla into deacon's store. The burglar gives a yell an' glta away by a back winder while the neighbors do 'bout I2C0 damage chasln' thro' the store. "Deacon he comes down on the can company, an' they comes, down on Josh. I lent Josh a dollar, an' there must be a power of Interest dun, for to this here day I ain't set eyes ou Josh. That were the last I heard on him, though I guess he's flyln' air ships now under a nomdyplum," "What kin' of a flxln' had Josh on the can?" said the school teacher. "Aw, go on!" said Davo. "Anothor of them mechan'cal cusses. . Closln' time, boys." Judgo. setf-openl- to make money, which was bad per box, boxes fer Drg Ce laeerperated. O tytem sad renews, the normal vigor. Fer sale by druggists or by mall, II nlenwiMHl. Another Wonmn i'.i ;.V.'' naiMn. 1. !. Hickman maie iruuuies, ami akliinml not . I., my I will w rk i . t Watch fer the TdLUK MARK en the upper right band corner of your Courier. It Is to notify you that your subseriBtlet) Is about te expire. No papers are sent out after the tub serlptiea m est. The Hickman Courier has a nice X story brick house and twe geed lets fer sale cheap. All Improvements, twe cellars, cistern, etc, it will cost fS.See to build bouse, our price I MM. Ask for No. t4. six-roo- your retm dlei c uml can publWi my WlUr -w jHMUul. ainan I If you beloiiir to tiji ,,,u.. of women who suffer fr w lomef.'.ri; of female lIKlujt try I -- DISS. (Ileuwoo.1, hj, aUft -, Tor thirty f,mrtlll haa Wn tho itvidar ! f . r all formTor female Ills, nnd liaatnntlthnawtuhof women who have Nrt, tnullrd ith iHch ailments as ilim.Lir.'mmu.fibruU t- tHWora. ulccratl--- i rtrKuUrltle,, barkait.r etc 1 f you wui t spii lal ndtlre write Fer a strictly high grade patent rorltto.Mrx.IMiiklium.l.rnn.Mi.M. Is frrt mid uhuiys helpful. flour try White Swan, Ki d Hose or It Carnation Travis. O inflamimUon. Ir. oeo 00 eoooooao 1 'vvf vvvvvvvVvvVf f f Tf f f f Vf I WHY NOT TRY o 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 Posham's ASTHMA REMEDY Gives TRY A COURIER WANT AD. , , advtrtlslrg 1 The Chupeit prompt and positive relief U every ease. 8eM by druggists, Brie fl. Trial paeksge by mall, 19c Williams' Mfg. Co, Frees, Cleveland. Medium I Read by i 3,000 People Every Week COSTS ONLY ONE CENT PER WORD-P- ER WEEK, i uiiAiAtiiAiiAiiiiimtin 'OoooooeoeoeesO t A Gkce to Save We have a lot of things left at the Oil Mill, and will sell them to you cheap. We have Bricks, Fence Posts Try It Ilk It REO. TYPEWRITER TODAY It It recognized as tho one typo of machine practical for ern business. mod- t BOUD SUBD1YISIQH THE PLACE TO PUT YOUR MONEY... t THE RESULT All of the old time maker have adopted thla construction. have fallen Into line and This stamp of approval from rival manufacturers has hut serv ed to strengthen public confidence In tho machine that has led tha way. Dou't ho persuaded Into buying a "trailer" look over tho Underwood and you will uu derstand why wo say It is Best for Investment Best for Homes In the growing end of Mrs. Sprlggs There may be twe or three Uilnga there that I want, and, uesiucs, 1 enjoy going to auctions. "There won't bo any auction thero." "Why not?" "I stopped in and bought everything he had at private sale." "KverythlngT Private aaleT Ar you craxyT What In the world did you do that for? ' "Because I didn't want you to kc nnd pay three or fourprlcei ror everything." Now York Weekly. at Mr Sellout's Economical Move. Mr. Bprlggs My dear, It won't be necesssry for you to go to the auction Sheet Iron, Iron Tanks Water Pipe, Shovels, Forks 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 Cabinet for Stationery Water Filters Small Counter Scale Postal Scale Letter Press . See me at the Oil Mill Office RUSSELL JOHNSON PILE8I PILE8I "The Machine You Will Eventually Buy." THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO. Inc. Cor. Main and Fourth Sts., LOUISVILLE town. Lots and houses for sale on easy terms. Houses for rent Opportunity does not wait for man, you swing on as it passes by. KTOXV X0 IT A. E. KENNEDY Try the Courier's Want Columu- -lc per word j Things Seldom What They Seem. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILL8. "Where aio you going with those 1 fa Van cannon bulls, Jack?" vmi ttucrlAitAt vrviii VMnuVIlT "Dene ain't cannon bulls, and I'll tell ITsiVtt w w v 4 nti rtvor wnrWad vsmii narvfitll va vvMesBvt you right here, die Is do last time I system and caused trouble with your ever goes to de drug store to get a kidneys and bladder? Have you palu prescription tilled for Mr. Klephant, in lotus, side. back, rrnlm and blad headache or uo headache," Judge, der! Have you a flabby appearanee O Of the faee, especially under the eyas The best flour ever broua-kin Too freouent a desire toitasa urine T Hickman Quito's Hxeellencu and Ai). If so, Williams' Kidney l'Ula wiU euro tuwn Ieat each ak guaranteed Travis. eu at lTwMBjIir. Ma Me. t WllHam.' Indian I'll OtoW" eureUIInd, Bleeding ana ' ."W H ab.orba the turner., at onee, acU a. a pcul l'lto tant relief. Williams' to prepared for lr,!tttCo the private parta. WUto""' wall BOo and l 'XSt, Prop., Clevtland, Ohio. sUa4 Um Oeirlr.