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SfiTMOW LIV1NO will 'r,UoU "h.t ws MIBJ .'.Hinn of Kml-iea- y ' THE HieKMHN COURIER Wagon up the Hill of Success, The A BLUE MARK HIKE mMM that(mi rear Knw promptly It ran im want th to j on after thl month tb-erlptl- H"XI xlr4 Rjirert.rng is the Team that Pulls the Commercial 11 MO. CourhAhae a Spankin' Good Team, Grease the fix Ins of Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up ouust nrr,K in westers TOLOHC 41) imooxr HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1910. ESTABLISHED whole IX THE TEAR 1HRB lo.asoo Called to Rest. una of the rouiiljr, was called n"t Thursday, nfter n short Deceased wan n lllnrf "f lroiy Uow vt tlio intii unrisiopnor i.oi ,,jR who conducted n grocery busl wnf "d tr-- i. "' c,,Jr luriK i! d about eight years ago. ilu Comet in West. Family Hoodooed. According to fatality seems family and the has recalled It old rlvermen a strongs jln Mary A l.'wlilgii, . BinnciT to r. t 'f l"""" WHETHER you go for recre- I,kIwI(!ko wn born March 4 h" enme to Hickman 1Bj f. ruled in una city until tnc no '""'Hy moved to of Hit' wr w'"'" tif r pi - tit farm, four mile south otcup where she spent her ruinnln Wo arc Informed Unit thli tuf tlavs lood My liad nol been tn (own In owing tn Iior love dors ii.au 2 years, and partly to tier advnncvd of horn U; So higher tribute can bo paid U hr limn "alio was it friend of tint fill" reared Mrs. Tom pit orphan Mono Amliorg and Mr Mr ion, "r j A McCluro. all well known ladles She la survived by oni' c( thu city ten, Janus H ldwldge. of near town jlr IS In 1847 ation or business; where clothes count for a good deal, or where you're too busy to think of the clothes at all, youd better be sure they're Hart Schaffner & Marx lljf.l it h' i took placo Friday afternoon ty cemetery. U.'h tlio pnnilnK of Mra. U'dwhlge iv loot; one of tlio best ladles In tlio rii r but her nmnr uool deeds will ttf 'hrouRli years to conic. Roll of At the final Honor. ci,rriii i clothes; becsuse then you'll be sure they're just fright; in style, examination of Hick . the following pupil mii CjIU-kikuM skyward Into tlio exhilarating Winn of lionor: in all-wo- ol fabrics, in fine tailoring. Suits $18.50 to $25.00 Junior. E..n Luten OU Monan WRinia ltnyitir Tenth Orade, 93.3 95 91.5 Nannie Bmllh Lou Najlor ,...92 I'aniy Wentherly Christine Luten Ninth Lillian CiiffnV ...... Grade. . 91.5 S8.7 SO.? $10 to $16.50 we show a large range of patterns and qualities, all stylishly made and well tailored. If you want a good, inexpensive suit let us show you our line at $10 to $16.50. In less expensive lines from ThisstorcMs the home, of Haft, Schaffner & Marx clothes., i u.iu iiarkctt "99'. ' Grade. . fit.fi ys.r. 97 9C.7 96.5 Irene Thompson ' llarsaret Ridley Lewis I.uniford Paul Clioatn ;....9C Eighth Gisdjrs Caldwell it... UltHH'f IWJ i........... urn ........ ninv ..v. , 03.2 92.2 01 'J 09.2 Uryan 5 Fifth Grade. Marie Caldwell Mildred Tbotnpaon Mildred Caldwell Lurlle Hitmen Ula Clioato Ivy William Fourth Grade. Kuaaell Mooru Alinjo Sophn I.uimfonl ItoHle Huiulker Henrietta Weller 0X4 93.3 93.1 02.6 02 01.4 id;J1 MARRIAGE LICENSE. In April 1895, tho big steamer Missouri went aground In a fog on the Ohio near Wolf Creek Landing and way. three people wero drowned. James Pell, Jr., Ed Pell's brother, was at tho wheel when she went aground. The accident was similar In many ways to the Saltlllo accident. At This section was visited by a se- that Ume old Captain Pell's prophesy vere rain and wind storm Sunday af- was remembered and much talk was ternoon about G o'clock, Rain fell In made of It. torrents and tho wind did considerWhen the Saltlllo ran on tho rocks able damage. at Glenn Park, May 12, the death Antloch Church, a large frame bull' scene at the old man's bedside was Ing, a few miles from town, was so again recalled to mind, and the quesbadly damaged that It will have to bo tion was again asked, "Docs a curse practically Walter Gray's pursuo the Pell family?" and Tom True's bams were unroofed Capt. Ed Pell's father, Capt. Jas. and one of True's horses Injured. Reports from other parts of tho coun- Pell, was a pilot on tho steamer Robty Indicate that a number of barns. ert E. Lee during the famous race between that boat and the steamer and crops considerably damaged. No Natchez. ;Ioss of life Is reported. C. M. Miller and daughter. Miss Hickman's streets also suffered as a result of the heavy down-pou- r of Hazel, of Sturgeon, Mo., arrived last ' Thursday to visit their daughter and rain. sister, Mr J. C. Sexton. Mr. Miller returned home Sunday1 night. Those who expect cheap living to come very soon will find themselves Vice President Sherman Is reportmuch mistaken beforo that time arrives. Everything which the people ed to have gone asleep while Bitting have to sell Is twice as expensive as for a sculptor. An Ideal pose for a It was 15 .years ago; .and everything vlco president. that people have to buy Ts equally as expensive. Notwithstanding the farmers are paid high prices for hay TTTVTTTTVTTVVVTTVTVTTTVVT torn, meat, cattle and horses, yet their profits are not out of reason any moro than what they should be. Cheap living, In our opinion, is a thing of tho past. Itst Saturday night was tho first time for two weeks that people of this section have been able to see the comet, and many Illckmanlton were on high places Tho comet Is now conspicuous In the western sky, moving halt way a cross tho entire heavens, passing a little below Mars. Its head points toward the ground and Its tall extends upwards among the stars. Day by day It will grow fainter and In a few moro days, will not bo visible to tho naked eye. Tonight tho comet seta at 9:25; May 30th at 10:29. Tako a good look now It will be 75 years before It gets back and you will likely bo gone to a place whero a comet would look fainter than cream on the milky stnr-go.ln- to pursue tho Pell recent ttaltlllo tragedy to mind. When old Captain Pell, a famous river pilot, and Ed Pell's grandfather died ,ho requested his five sons to stay away from" tho river. Ho soemed to see In the river llfo a curso that should pursuo tho Pell family. How-oveall of the flvo sons ran counter to their father's wishes and became river pilots. Nothing happened to that generation of Pells and the request of tho old man was almost forgotten. r, . Severe Storm. O Lr:!a IMcrcu , Try a sack of 101 Highest Grade Patent Flour. Case & Son. Phone No. 183. Uiraiio Thri'lkcliI K!a forum Sallli' Hire 00 Seventh Grade. 0S.7 Maraball McDaulcl Grace Campbell ......08 lUlti-- r I)odda 08 05 Aubra Townnend 95 lAtto Hire Kay niaacr , ..".,02 ...... The following were, granted 11 onse to marry In Obion county last vreek: Will Green and Clara Foster. Alllo Hrlganco and Dolllu Harner. Theodore (liirrott and .MacKlo Scott. J. T. Seat and I'earl Carter Smith. J. A. Courts and Alice C. Calhoun. guaranteed Fancy Patent," Try a sack. Case & Son. 1'hone 183. 202 Check Swindlers. Those persons who nro frequently asked to cash checks should be on their lookout against ft swindle which is being successfully worked else-- , whore and which may crop out any day In Hickman. The alleged swindlers operate as a construction company and aro supposed to bo oil well drilling contractors. They have printed regular contractor's checks on banks which they pretend to draw. There aro thousands of such checks In circulation. They nro Blgned by a foreman and by the treasurer of tho company. Tho checks aro usually cashed by merchants on Saturday nights and In towns lu which the bank on which they nro drawn Is not located. This gives the operator four or five daya ti get away with tho money before a merchant knows he has been swindled. All of tho checks are drawn for less than $20. Isn't It remarkable how the crops nro always damaged so much more In tho Chicago grain pits than out on tho farms? Cast plow points ground lCc Clay & Caldwoll. O Not more than one old maid In ten thousand ever finds a man under tho bed, yet they keep on looking. Beware of substitutes see that our Is on your plumbing and tinning Jobs. John Cotton. trade-mark p23BBjSBBBJBj JUDGE v?'IBBBBBBBb .i kJIjIjIjIjIjIjI c. WISE. Business Philosopher. Dear People: I have Just arrived In Hickman under contract with the Sixth Milton Ife-- e Gra'de. llackolt Itcld I'ortcr I'lorco Jewel Tnylor Uy IMIdwell Olney Johnaon Kmina Cook ., 08, 07.1 07.1 00,8 Ofi.8 05 04.3 04,3 ! Mamie Leet Hob IluKbea 03.8 93.8 ARE YOU INTERE8TED7 It you aro .corno to tho Christian ....0.' 04,7 Third Grade. Helen Hlco Anita Iodd Christian Smotliurmun IIohh Darnell Clioato mI Anna I.ynne Dodds O 9&.G Drug Store 97.8 93.2 95.2 93 91.8 Church, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock nnd hear the new preacher, D. W. Hrjunt. Ills morning subject, "Co Workers with God," evening subject, o "Launch out In tho Deep." A Is In store for those who attorn!. Tnko n launch and be a sur-prls- Misses Ida and Ilallle Morgan, of Hickman Drug Cc, to give you the Dresden, Tenn., aro visiting their benefit of my Illustrated philosophy nunt, Mrs. II. J. Klmes, nenr town. and to bring home to you tho merits drug-stor- e In of tho most The Kodak season la here. A blc Western Kentucky. My only mission line at from SI up. Helm & Ellison. is to entertain and benefit Uio large and Intelligent audience within sight Mrs. Lizzie Williams, of Humboldt, of my picture. Keep your eye on Tenn., wns the guest of Mrs. W. F. Judgp Wise. Montgomery Thursday. LA 4 te Conundrums Is Dedication Service. Tin. cood tieonlo of Ml. Zlon extond a cordial Invltntlon to tho public to nttend the dedication of their new church next Sunday, Mny 29th. Tho aervlcea will bo conducted hand-kom- Watch This Space Chiffoniers Bed Room Suits Princess Dressers ! there any sense paying more for your Drugs than we charge? 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 Lowe Brothers High Standard FOR Chifforebes Dining Tables Library Tables ' by Itev 8nn Winn. "Dinner on tho BroutuU." It U reiiucBted, nUo. tiut no bo driven to thla church on that date, aa there would bo no end to trouble on account of horses nearnuto-mobile- WHAT YOU s Liquid Paint one-thir- 10c and Wardrobes China Closets Sofas Sideboards Sectio'l Bookcases Stand Tables Kitchen Tebles Center Tables Pedestals' Etc., Etc. up-to-da- Gives Best Results Tenn., was weefi. IllK get the very best possible prices. Any one may buy the same qualities we do, but it takes a big busiis re- ness to handle big quantit- ies our big trade cognized. And that is the real consideradainty dessert Juat aftor a quar tion results not price per gallon. rol la Jacobs Caudy all slxo boxes. d to one-ha- lf Covering results Harris. more square feet covered. O Wear-resulTwo to three years Heeves, of Chnffeo, Mo., longer 'service, and surface left in MIbb Ornco arrived hero Hundny to visit Missus good condition for new painting, Lrnirn and Mnrluu Hrown mid other Nothing better in Hickman or Fulrelatives and ft lends for a few weeks. ton County. Prices are right, too. -A ts O Fannlo Wilson, of Eldrldge, tho guest of Mrs, W. F. Mwgumery the latter part of the Miss O WANT IN H. L. Gray wants to sharpen that disc cultivator for you. No emory Furniture used to destroy tho temper. O - Helm & Ellison Little Miss Sarnh Coburn returned to her hrtino lu 8t. Louts Thursduy, after spendlnB tho winter with hor grundinijlhur, Mrs. S. K. Chandler, or Minnie, Tenu., left Friday for her home, after spending several days with her mother, Mrs. M. 13, Hose, and sister, Mrs, Everything to be found in an Furniture Store -- te Cowgill's Drug Store (Incorporated) J, It. Hrowu. HICKMAN FURNITURE C& INCOKPOIUTK Schmidt, the Tailor. THE HICKMAN Cverf COURIER t Dew" USED LAWLER'S DRAFT' FOR SECRETARY STENOGRAPHER SPRINGS SENSATION. C0METITIS-C0WM0- NLY KNOWN AS STIFF NECK Wetura Kentacky U Farmers and Merchant: ftwH. Kidman, Kentucky. W. 0. STEER. and J. 0. BEXTOK, Editors and froprlstors. t U Cata!, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH Il ABVAHCB. Says Taft Adopted Portions Draft Dismissing Glavl White Housa Denies It. of Lawler Charges. SAFETY IS THTbasi Washington. Oscar Lawler, assistths niekratn, Kentucky, ant attorney general for tho Interior stall matter. yestofflce M second-clas- s department, of which Richard A. Is tho head, did In tact prepare a draft of a Mtor addrcssod to SecreBUYERS AID MILLERS tary Ualllngcr an In such form and pnaso that It might havo been ndoptod verbatim and signed by tho president WANT MORE COTTON MILLS IN as Mr. Taft's exoneration of tho secIN THE SOUTH. retary from tho charges of U It. Glavls and authorizing tho dismissal of American Manufacturer' Allocation Glavls from his position as special Encourages Increase In "Cutting Up" agent ot the Interior department. Industry. These things becaruo clear In tho lo- Chnrlotto, X. C The report of tho dovelopment In connection with tho Investigation, and ootnmltteo on sales noto contract, slut Qalilngcr-rincho- t log thnt only through tho ther occasioned n great sensation in of buyers wcro tho mill men able to Washington, where almost every man accomplish any Improvement In trade and woman Is olther a Ualllngcr or a conditions, was accepted by the Amor-- I Plnchot partisan. Tho thing canto to a head SatnrJay can Cotton Manufacturers' Associaafternoon in tho publication ot a statetion. An effort Is belnj; made to concen- ment attributed to Frederick M. Kcrby, In one ot tho stenogrnphors In tho office trate n the South tho cutting-tidnstry of cotton goods, as Indicated In of Sccrotnry Ualllngcr, In whloh a paper presented to tho convention Kerby related at length tho circumstances under which ho alleged tho by It. II. Deand of Atlanta." The report of the sales noto contract Lawler draft to havo been proparod. Kerby assorts further thnt all tho precommittee sets forth briefly the salient liminary drafts used in tho preparapoints of tho contract as follows: tion letter wcro burned In a "Tho most Important, of these Is that grato ot tho suggestion and under the nt tho sets, forth the liability of he contract supervision of Don M. Carr, Mr. tho manufacturer In tho Btorago of private secretary. goods, and states when that liability The publication of tho Kcrby state coasea. , ment evoked from the White House a "It provides a way to prevent tho statement declaring thero was "absoof contracts on slight pre- lutely no foundation" for tho statement cancellation texts. This section of tho contract that the president s letter of Septem will be of much benefit. For Instance, ber 13, 1909, was substantially pre a buyer cannot cancel Ills contract Just pared for the president's signature by because a small part of the order wa Assistant Attorney General Lawler" toot up to grade. and asserting unequivocally that tho "Tho contract sets forth what Is ex- president dictated hi letter personalpected of the manufacturer In the ly, as tho result of his own making of his goods for sale, what weight, number counts, etc., so that the buyer wll know exactly what he DRIVING WITH ROCKEFELLER Entered tl tm we AIL A lw Stiff T SxT a. 'MRU H , - M Sfcn 1g Vf it wttt . m (harartct J, 3, C f depdiitor. Palrona2e. wc Solicit Your J. A. r;.A- my H. BUCHANAN, PrwMent. THOHPAON, y Bus, DIRECTOR! VovtuM&i, a. B. ThrlkU w THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAYtQ Corrtieht TRANSFER MONEY DR. HYDE BODY OF KING REMOVED IN CASKET STATE RESTS WESTMINSTER HALL. CONVICTED AT LIFE SENTENCE FOR THE DOCTOR IS RECOMMENDED. L0H6 IISTANCE TELEPHONE m urn mvt n mm. ummt IUMIERUNI TELEPHONE A TELEGRAPH CO, Col. Roosevelt Sees Funeral Cortege Wend Its Way From Buckingham to Westminster. Defendant In Famous Murder Trial Receives News of Verdict With Smile. Is going to st" SACRIFICING GIRL TO COMET Sheriff Saves Her Life Fanatic Had T Knife at Her'Throat. Alice, Okla. Jane JVarfield, a girl, was Wednesday rescued from a band of religious fanatics' miles southwest of this placu. She was about to be offered up as a uacriflcc to make blood atonement that the sins of the world might bo forgiven. The sheriff of Dewey county bad been Informed that tho band ot religious enthusiasts known as tho Select Followers had given out that their leader, Henryllelnroan, had received a revelation from God that tho world was to end and the heavens would bo rolled up like a scroll following tho contact or the tail of tho comet; that the only thing that would avert the disaster was a blood sacrifice, that In ordeilo save tho world a sacrifice had been planned, and tho lot bad fallen to Jane Warfleld. Sheriff Hughes had kept trace ot their movements closely and finally determined that he should be on the MORSE AGAIN DEFEATED scenes With a posso of' six men he reached the- dell In the Glass mountains, Just U. S. Supreme Court Denies Writ of as the sacrifice was '.being prepared, Habeas Corpus. and ;only In time to rescuo'the young Washington. Charles W. Morse was 'woman) who was to be offered to save Monday denied the privilege ot filing the world. an application for a writ ot habeas corpus by tho supreme court of tho FIGHT FOR EXPOSITION United States. tweri-ty-fl- Pleasant Recreation Provided for Peo ple of Tarrytown by Their Famous Fellow Townsman. Tarrytown, N. Y. To take a drtvo with John D. Rockefeller has becomo a regular recreation this spring for a great many of tho friends and neigh bors of that famous resident ot Tarrytown, and he has Increased thereby his popularity among the people of the little city. Not a pleasant day goes by without tho oil kins Inviting somo of them, men, women and children, to rldo with him In automobile or carriage, and it Is safe to say that tho Invitations aro seldom declined, tor his vehicles are the best to be haJ. and tbe drives around Tarrytown aro beautiful. Mr. Rockefeller, before starting for a ride, always dons a paper vest, de claring it to be a great protection against colds, and ho Insists that his guests do tho same. After tho ride he refuses to take back tho garment, and consequently In nearly every home In Tarrytown may bo found a paper vest preserved as a souvenir of a delightful ride with tho ers. A steady stream began passing through the hall at tho rato of C.fHK) an hour, and at 10 o'clock, when the hall was closed, there was n line el tending through the streets for aearly two miles. Mr. Roosevelt, apodal American am bassador to tho funeral of the king did not participate In tbe ceremony of removing (ho body. Mr. Rootev.olt. Miss Ethel, Kermlt, American Ambassador Held and Mrs. Held witnessed the procession from a "nous in Carl-tiHouse terrace, bnf Mr, Koosevril spent the morning answering' bis accumulated corresiiundence. - Kansas City. Dr. II, C Hyde was London Slmplo ceremonies marked found guilty at 10: S3 o'clock Monday tho removal Tuesday ot the body ot of murdering Col. Thomas H. Swopo. King Edward VII from Buckingham His punishment was fixed at llf Impalace to Westminster hall, but more prisonment. "Oh, Clark." cried Mrs. Impiesslvo than the pretence ot kings Hyde when the verdict was read by and tho gorgeous uniforms ot state Judge Lntshaw. fine threw her arms about tils neck offlc als and officers of tho army, and navy was the silent grief displayed by and wept silently. Then she patted her tho Uritlth people, who. massed be- husband on tho cheek. Dr. Hyde sat motionless. Ho looked hind doubles lines ot soldiers, watched with strained eyes and bowed heads flrmlv at Juden Ijitiltnw while th vrr- the passing ot the gun carriage thai 'diet was being read. As the words "lmprsonment In tho state penitentiary boro tho coffin of tho monarch. At I o'clock in tho afternoon the during his natural life" wcro pronouncdoors of the ball wcro thrown open to ed ha gnsed steadily nt tho floor. "Don't worry, doarlo." hv sjild to his the public. Already 50.000 pcopl wcro in line waiting for admission, wife, as she clasped him In her arms. Mrs. E. N Hopkins and Miss Laura composed mostly of the mldUlo and orklcs classes, men, women nnd chll Hyde, sisters of the physician, tried drcn, aud the great majority of them to comfort Mrs. Hjdw. were dressed In black, carrying flow I AWe shall hope for the best." they - MMSTIIK IS HNfLETE AID . , . -- Absolutely THE BEST- Teas. nilHonairt Canned Goods. Helnz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & 5anborn's Coffees and M OtU . .in UjMgj .fO ROCEniEl, nvuu utxn Telephone 6. 3 DcHvcrlea. L!.PW Ledford & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 8TAUL18IIED 1JJ4. said. "We don't understand th a diet. Clark la Innocent" "I haven't lost hope. declared Dr. Hyde. DISCHARGED BY BALLINGER n Stenographer . Acted. Treacherously, Says Secretary. Washington. Frederick M. Kerby, the stenographer In the office ot tho secretary of tho Inter or, who Issued a statement regarding the lawler" memorandum on tho Olavls charges to the president, was discharged from tho government servlco by Secretary Hal-ling- TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Sseccitw to IUtniii, ImimI) aa Harble and Granite flonuments CUBBING, STONB WORK IRON FCNCINO. I I til Monday. kinds, MICItriAN, LAWLER SAYS BRANDEIS LIAR Exciting Day In Balllnger-Plnch- hecretary Ualllngcr ing Kerby follows: letter dismiss "May 16. 1910. i KENTUCKY In Now York. "That finishes tho mat ter so far as the taking of 'legal steps Is concerned," It wns said ntMho office of Martin W. Littleton, counsel for Charles W, Morse, when information reaches there ot the supremo court's exposition of the Panama-Americation In 1915 to celebratq the expected denial of a writ of habeas corpus for Morse. Desldcs saying that no further completion of the Panama canal, A delegation from Now Orleans pro- court proceedings were possible. Mr. voked by one recently from California Littleton's associates said they did not has been here and flooded the local care to make any statement on tho press with advertisements ot tho mer- case at this time. its and advantages of the Crescent Blow Potts O. K. City. Washington. Refusing to hold that By the 2th Inst, when a hearing will blow be given Gov. Sanders and the Louis- the 1S52, post statute of Goorgla passed when railroads were Just be iana legislature In a body, will be here In to urge Now Orleans. The Louisiana ing built there, to be unconstitutional, afadvocates seem to be assured they will the United Statesot Supremo Court the lower federal WOULD REFUND COTTON TAX firmed decisions have the support of the entire Sllssls. ot about alppl Valley representation In congress courts, awarding Judgments Josephine $10,000 damages to Mrs. as well as the solid South. King and her daughter for Injuries suf- Representative Slsson's BUI Differs From the Others. fered in a crossing accident. COTTON PRODUCTION COSTLY Washington. Representative SUson Stars Stump Court. of Mississippi has Introduced a bill to Washington Tho Jurisdiction of the proviuo for repaying the rightful ownYet Farmers Are Making More Money supreme court of the United Statos ers, thoir heirs or legal representaIn Testimony. Washington. It I, Stackhouso ot does not extend far enough to deter- tives, the proceeds of the tax Illegally mine whether the average citizen of colleotej by the United States on cotDillon, S. C, and J. C. Iltckey of Henderson, Tex., largo producers of coU America stops to distinguish tho dif ton during the years 1802-C8- . ference between a star and a comet. The claims ot tho cotton producing o ton, testified before (ho senate investigating the cost of living. The court dismissed "for want of Jur states are as follows: Mississippi, $8,- a case tn which two manuTie first named witness testified that isdiction" were disputing over the al- 74S,9'J5.93; Arkansas, 13,555.038.13; Al facturers abama, 110,388,072; Tepncssce, 17,873,- the price of everything used, In tjio leged Infringement ot a trade-mar400,72; .Texas, 15,002,401.24; Gcorg'a, production ot cotton has Increased ot trado-mar$11,897,031.08; Louisiana, $10,098,501; least 100 per cent la ten years, ftmlu's Tho owner of the "star" person ordinarily does South Carolina, $1,171,420.10: Florida, and horses having advanced from 3po claimed thatdistinguish a stop to botween a star $918,911,998. to 400 per cent. Labor Increased 300 not per cent, and the value ot land 100 pci and n comet Probe Alleged Fraud. cent Washington More than 200 wU Hundreds Are Being Poisoned. Tiio present high prlco of cotton Houston, Tex. Upward Of 300 Hous nesses from inuny parts of tho coun chiefly benefits negro labor, ho said. try are .to be sunmi'unud by tho gov Senator Smith, of South Carolina, ton jteoplo have been poisoned In tho ernment to appear before- tho grand buggies, new har- lata Week by eating Ico cream. In Jury at Montgomery, Ala., which observed that "now U to ness and fancy clothes" were tho on many cases whulo families are In bed. Investigate tho Jowelry bankruptcy dcr of the day with .tho negro laborers. A vigorous war wns started to locate IroudH, Tho grand' Jury will meet Mr. Hlckoy testlflod that In his the source of the trouble, which Beoin-Ingl- y May 2. A dozen persons have lieon was not confined to any ono lo- arrested In section one bale of cotton oa threo connection with thi allow cality. At a church sociable at averuge, acres was tho ed frauds ns a result of the Inquiries an eastern suburb ot this city, proseoutcii by the department Even nt the prevailing high cpst of of Jusproduction, he said, farmers are mak- mora than 100 were made 111 At the tice, losses estimated at rango from ing more money; with: cotton at t12 to closing of tho Post OaW school school $500,000 to $2,000,000 aro said to havo IS cents a pound1 than when cotton 200 were mado III, IncluUIrg then, Wo- been suffered by merchants. men and children. brought only C cents. New Orleans and San Francisco In Warm Contest. Washington, D. most Interesting contest between New Orleans and San Francisco Is now on for the loca- CX n vestigation. Washington, A day filled with In teresting episodes reached an exciting climax in tho Ualllngcr-Plncho- t Inves ligation late Tuesday, when Assistant Attorney General Oscar Lawler, au thor of tho now famous Lawler mem orandum, rose wrathful!) from tho witness scat and accused Attorney Urandcls of uttering a deliberate untruth. Then, after ho had been re buked by several members ot the com mittee, Mr. Lawler w.thdrew his re mark and atiologlzcd to tho committee. Mr. Lawler was called to the stand by the "defense" to explain tho cir cumstances under which ho had pre pared for tho president a memorandum containing his onto Ion on tho charges that had been tiled by Special Agent Glavls against Secretary Ual llngcr. Directly contradicting Becrctary Dalllnger's testimony, Kcrby said his former superior knew about, the preparation ot tho memorandum', and that ho participated In a conference on the subject. Furthermore, he said Lawler had told Private Secretary Carr In bis presence that he had left a copy of tho memorandum with Mr. Ualllngcr. are hereby discharged from tho public scrvlcr, because you are unworthy to remain In IL "In divulging Information obtained by you In the confidential relation of stenographer to the secretary of tho rnterlor, in communicating that Information to those whom you aro bound to know are wrongfully seeking to bring reproach upon tho administration and tq Injure tne, and In deliberately misstating facts as to which you did treacherously communicate, you show that you aro unworthy and unsafe. The fact that your iroachery Is futile can not mtt.'gato the character of your offense. For tho good of the service, you aro hereby dismissed." "Sir You FLYER AT Meet Your AT Fri ADVERTISING IN THIS PArnK IS MOT Art AEKOrLAKIC EXPERIMENT Osc tatfs rie rijht lhey let people know your coeds and prices sie rljht. I!nn series if sds. In this If results show, Lauderdale's Tonsorial Parlors UH In ntckman. Uotsad eoU teUui slMirio llku tU te. hydraulic chairs anl enrjihU tor comfort Clinton Street, IHckman, Kj. Ksxl door to Jooei' Caft. other conditions being equal, speak to cs about car's tomract p?r. WILL NOT CHANGE INAUGURAL States Will Not Be Allowed to Pats on Question. Washington. Ily tho lack of ono voto, the house declined to accord the vote to submit to necessary thd several states ot tho union tho question of putting seven weeks further forward Into tho year tho date of tho Inauguration ot president and vice president, from March 4 to tho last Thursday in April. When the call of the roll was completed word was passed around tbe chamber that tho resolution had been carried. Then camo to tho desk of tho speaker Mr. Loudcnslager ot New Jcr-so- y (Rep.) and Mr. Klnkead (Dom.) ot Now Jersey, they having been paired On tho pending question. Agreeing o set aside their pair, tboy both voted agnlnst the resolution, and In doing so they carrlod tho day for the oppononts of tho measure. Tho vote stood 139 to j"0, one less than the necessary two-third- s two-third- THAT VLAH A MERCHANT ONE PENNY ran NEVER LOST ! LAND Cash Book Store FOR SALE ("-- rt4k CM '') SpUtadld Belectloa . perty ' New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, wtIe.lctuicctyouabajer. ADimESS: Both city an l farm proat rcasoiublo prices-Iyou have real estate for f Notions, Etc Call ErarytklBf uliNnr steek. Hickman Courier RealtyCi Illckman. Kentucky. Marv Berendes&Company com-mltte- Methodlstc Elect Bishops. Ashevllle, N. C After. taking foar ballots tho Southern Mothodist Gen-jra- l Conference Monday has elected tlirco bishops. Collins Denny, nnd Jno. C Kllgo oil the first ballot and W. ' U. Murrah on the second. Let Us Be Your Waiter aA lervlce-wm- wt jflpctrolt. Dudley a Hero, - liar-rlsbur- Lappln, 18 years old, madu a bero of himself hero by ng his baby brother from tncir Durning homo after the orill- dron s motuur ami a neighbor had boon driven back bv tho (lames snd elvun Who child up for lost. Tho little boy iud the presence of mind to throw his coat over iiU head. With this protection he gropod his way through tho sirioke to tho baby's bed, presently staggering out with tho Itttlo ono safa In his arms. mo csmui S . ... can most reasonable, too, and you met prompt pend on ua giving your order, the .... viV over our .ut- .ii sneniran. uau ai una uhm m. they We never tire o( helping others when csn tickle the most for good Job printing. We Fop1 iwW exacting typographic appetite. t excellent have partaken of our art tni back for a second serving. Our pried fjSf sij " JOB PRINTING t . .. . , .,...! Hbs&S hJi. lis " ! U bllU. lUleuioDli. cloOf.n, crd. etc.. all rac-la uuia MHw Uua saataa aecauar,. I'roiupt re c"'7 ,",,u' king, was laid to rest In lofil. In tho same year Queen Victoria' mother, tho duchess ot Kent, was burled In an elaborate tomb In the ground near by. In lpoi Queen, Victoria herself was, burled In tho mausoleum besttlV her htntla&d. 'The structure I probablono of tho' most elaborate of (he kind in existence. It wat planned In minute detail by Queen Victoria us a memorial to tho princo consort, The general' publlo is riot admitted to the chamber whero lie the royal bodies In two Immense sarcophagi,' but tho spot Is a' great magnet for tourists, dozens of whom Inspect tho raarbl. mausoleum dally. Queen Mother's .Grief, Deep. The gticeosslve delay in tho removal of' King Edward' body from tho bedroom where ho ,dlcd to1 tho thrond room nt llifcklngham palac.o were duo to Queen Alexandra's roluctonce to allow the body to bo removed from tho proximity of her own npnrttnenta. All arrangements had been made for tho reception of tho body In the throao room nnd notice wero issued to member of tho household that they would bo permitted to view the' body lying in stato there, but day by day tho rcmovnl was postponed and tho invitation deferred. Tbo queen's private apartment communicate directly with thoso of tho lato king, nnd it la not known how often sbo visited tho room in which her dcud husband lay or tho duration of tho vigils she mado thero, but it Is said her sister, tho dowager empress of Itussln, feared her grlof might provo too great n strain. During tho Inter years qf tho king's life ho and tho queen wero on tho moat excellent terms of friendship nnd good feeling. Indeed. It, Is no exaggeration to ay thoy wero deeply attached to one another. Tho king was most kind and considerate in hla nn rn,rof7rlkt, I'aaatwaad Vad.rooa.t, T. toward his consort, who valued nations followed kinos and princes bier highly tho. attentions ho alway showed her. of queen Victoria, a similar scene was Witnessed Only thoao Intlmatoiy ncquainica kinq edward. funeral with both tho written and unwritten political history of tho last nine years knew how great a figure was Edwnrd in controlling great lssuos in times of international crises of tho first magnitude. Hi influence was perhaps, be tho moro conspicuous, causo British publlo life today con tain no statesmen in either party of ability. This moro than medlocro Tho court removed to Windsor tho make England's sensa ot loss tho Union. nnB Tlio ftmerol of King tho funeral. Tho IMtiard is declared to have been tlio day before keener. of Canterbury, nsslstcd by ceremonial Great King's Consideration for Consort. st Imposing Thirty Caium Wllborforco, couductod a short Ilrtaln's capital qvr witnessed. For years they had been, to quoto thr.;.nd soldiers cro brought from sen Ice at Westminster hall on tho ar- nn informnnt of credit, "tho best of Aldmhot and other military camps to rival of tho body on May 17. THe pals " and whllo tbo Inclusion in tho line the streets when tho proctrsslon members of both houses of parliament Hut published in the papers ot a nous attended thla scrvico, Jl.lSSf.l party at Sandrlngham of a certain At there won no room to barrack Neither M. Loubet, M, Delcasso nor wotrian's name canscd omo 'astonish them orer night, the soldiers blvouaced M Clemenccau formed part of the ment In general society, thcro was la the parki and it recta. Tho city had Krcnch mlsskra to attend tho funeral considerable tho more astonishment tbe sprKwnnco of nn, Invested town of King Edward, iirland in- among those in tho inner circles ot qm of tho soldiers tended to go, but also gave up tho court Ufa at tho efforts made by n for two days. Whllo tho idea, owing to tho alept In tenta in the parka, faclMhat Emperor foreign atnbap'ador to suppress any remainder lay down bcaldo their pint William waa there. Under theso mention w" tho woman's namo in tho la the streets'. the mission, was purely list of guests who were Invited to At a conscnratlro estlraato 700,000 formal, It consisted ot M. ricjioo, meat tho king at his country house persons passed Uirougb Westminster minister of foreign afralrar Ooneral Queen Alexandra herself, by a letter ball to look upon tho coffin of tho king Dalstetn, military governor of Paris; which the London Times described aa l;lng In state. Uarrlor were built, by Admiral Marquis and an attncho artless, has shown how deoply sho Is meant of which tho peoplo vrcro rresldcnt Falllcres, affected by tho death of hor consort. inhered through In four llnca at tho Authoritative details of what passed Roosevelt Among the Monarchs. of 18,000 an 'hour. Tho body of tato Ex I'rosldcnt Roosevelt, who was on the day of Quoen Alexandra's re' the lato kng was not exposed to vlow, named as special envoy of tho United turn to England show In what regard Queen Mother Chose Hymns. States to attend tho funeral of King King Edward held his queen. Tho bymna sung at the service at EUward, was presented to King Gcorgo On that Thursday boforo his death Windsor were all of tho quoea moth-tr'- a soon after lila arrival In London, Mr. Edward was continually speaking ot choice, They wero "My God, My Roosevelt occupied a placo with the her majesty to his entourage In tho Kafher, Whllo I Stray," "Now the visiting monarchs in tho funeral pro- rooming ho announced his Intention Taik la O'er," and "1 Heard a cession and attended tho burial at to go to tho station to meet her on olce From Heaven." her arrival, and when ho was forced . Windsor. to baw to tho advice ot his physicians Scotland yard bad all tta detectives Jackles Drew Carriage. on duty, and thou were reinforced by In this matter he said ho would nt so closely King George being a hundred least, meet hor at tbo head ot tho mor from c&stlnental with the navy, the naval concities. All vltltora wero watched, but Identified In Uucklngham palace. part In tlio stairs Uicro was llttlo real fear of anarchistic tingents took a prominent From the day sho landed In Eng attempt, becauso It wa known that ceremonies, llluejackcts i drew the land ns Princess Alexandra, ho said. etery one under aurvellanco would bo gun carriage to Windsor, as they dd ho had never fallod to moot her when deported from England If any trouble the carriage which bore tho body Of sho camo from abroad. Ho followed were caused on tbla occaalon, and it Victoria, although on that occaalon nil stages of her Journey, and as tho bewas not likely1 that the persons of tho they did so becauso the horses day woro on and his condition becamo anarchist typo would give up volun- came restive. worso ho gavo Instructions that she company, was to Soldiers from the king' tarily their safest rcfuga in Europe. bo guarded against the shock The procession to Westminster hall grenadier guard, kept eentry watch of seeing suddenly how changed by 111 at ncss ho was. Thero are two doors May 17 for the lying In state waa al- over the body in the throneroom most on as great a, acalo aa tho fu- JJucklnebam palace. Thoy wero re- to tho room In which hla majesty died neral procession. Tho cortego Included lieved each hour. With simple cerennn fnclnc tho lnvnlld rhnlr In mony some one of tho visiting royal- which ho was reclining, the othor at King George and all tho foreign sovthe room every now and the sldo. Ho directed that the queen ereigns on borscbatk, and tho queen ties entered mother and tho royal ladles In car then, nnd the wldowcd queen went be brought In at the aide door, so sho thero frequently. rlagvs. should see him in tho most favorable i ,' When tho funeral procession started Body In 'Magnificent Tomb. aspocL every street car In London camo to a When the queen arrived King Ed Tho body ot King Edward lies with standstill for a quartor of nn hour. All tlmt of hi Immediate ancestor In the ward, by an effort which taxed his tho public bousos In power to tho utmost, stood up to reLondon were mngulllccnt mausoleum nt Frogmore, closed whllo tho procession waa passiIn tho Homo park of Windsor castle, ceive her. As she clasped blm in her ng. In this structure, erected by Queen arms ho fell back Into tho chair in a No Distinction Shown. Victoria at a cost of $1,000,000, Princo state of collapse. For a time it was Thero waa no distinction aa to per Albert Edward, father ot tho late feared tho end was at hand. son nor wero thcro any ticket privileges for the lying In state In hall. All had to Uko their turn In lino. At 8t Georgo'a chnpel, ot Windsor, from whenco tho body waa carried to It anal resting placo ,tb carVed stalls wero removed In ordor to give place to timber seating. Otherwise not a tentli'of those entitled to attend ould hnvo been able to enter. Tho fhapcl waa draped with vfolol bang, VICTORIA'S FUNERAL PROCESSION. PANTED LIKE DOGS KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH. PROGRAM COMPLETED. FORBES AND YATES SUFFERED . FOR WANT xOFaOXYGEN It Cures all blood humors, all eraptions, clears the. complexion, creates an appetite, aids lde of a Glasgow, Ky. By the relieves that tired - digestion, wrecked car attached to a huge dlrIglblo balloon which dropped from the feeling, gives vigor and vim. In Thought the Rubber Air Mattrea Bottom ef Balloon Basket Prevented broken Backs.. I Hood s Sarsaparjjla Don't Persecute your Bowels wsi, Three Addresses Will Bo Delivered at the Dedication of New Capitol. Frankfort, Ky, Throo addressee two of them short, will bo dellvored at the dedication of tho now Kontucky Capitol, tho program for tho cxcrclsoa on Juno 2 havo boon completed. Tho addresses will bo by Judgo Jnmcs II. olsgrove, Mayor of Frankfort; Gov. WJIlAon and Senator W. O. Madloy. Tho day will end with a reception In the Canitol. Several hundred men and women of Frankfort havo been ap pointed members of tho reception committee. ' Program for the Day. 8 o'clock A. if. Firing signal gun at arsenal, 9 o'clock A. M. Detachments of th reception and transportation commit tees, under their leaders, to assemblo at their respectlvo posts of assign ment, to receive and caro for visitors, 10 oclock A. M. Decoration of gravo of tho Rov. J. McCluskey Way-no- y In Frankfort cemetery by commit-toof the Frankfort Ilnslnoss Men's club, an provided by resolution of that body In recognition of his loyalty to and his exertions In the retention' of tho scat of government at Frankfort. is o clock Noon Exercises in tne o Capitol. of all the of at the FUNERAL RITES OF KING EDWARD VII. r Salute fired from Arsenal Hill. Music by band. Invocation by II I shop Lewis W. Dur- ton. Welcome on behalf of city by Mayor J. II. rolsgrovo. Song, America," by Loulsvlllo Girls' high school. Address by Gov. Augustus E. Will- son. arch-bisho- p ley. Song by Louisville Girls' high school. Hcnedlctloiv by Father T. S. 'Major. "Dixie" by band. In the afternoon band concert In the Capitol building, when tho building and offlccrs therein will open for In Spectlon of visitors. From 7:30 p. m. to 11 p. m.. State reception In the Capitol building, with Kentucky housowarm- lng. Dedication Committees. Gov. A. E. Wlllson, chairman, com- rccoptlon committee. mlKtloncrs Lieut Gov. W. II. Cox, the Hon Frank P. James, tbo Hon. Edward Farley, tho Hon. II. L. Bruner, the Hon. Jamea Breathitt, tho Hon. M. C, Ttankln. tho Hon. E. Hegcnstoln, tho 'Hen.-- Napier Adams. Col. E. II. Taylor, Jr., chairman sub Muilc by band. Address by Senator William O. Brad 'a committee citizens reception commit tee. Tho Hon. W. E. Cowling, the Hon. J. T. Buford. the Hon, W G. Simpson, the Hon. Joseph Kupert, Judgo J. II. Hazelrigg. tho Itev. C. u. Hudson, Georgo A. Lewis, the Itev. C. C. Penlck. Col. L. P. Tarlton, Mrs. A. E. Wlllson, chairman; Mrs. W. E, Bar-rot- , vice chairman; Mrs. George Ba ker. Mrs. J. C. W. Beckham, Mrs. Geo. F. Berry. Mrs. W. E. Bradley. Mrs John F. Lockett, Mrs. D. W. LJndsey. Jr., Mrs. Jcnnlo C. Morton, Miss Ma Subcommittee at Depot F. G Stagg, chairman; W. A. Lutkemeler, K. McCIure, Bon Marshall, G. L. It. Roberts, W. II. Pasey, Thomas P. Av orill. W. S. Fanner, It. Ii. Greene, W. w. L,ongmoor, J. A. Scott. George u, Shaw. Georco G. Sneer. I. Davis. Mrs. 8. J. Shackelford, chairman; Mrs. Ce Qrayot, Mrs. cil sirs. w. Thomas Hall, Miss Irma Labrot. Mm. Y II. McAlpIn, Mrs. p. W. Saffoll, Mrs. John II. Stuart. Miss Sarah Lock- ott. Miss Christine Reynolds. At Capital Hotel Dr. E. E. Humo. chairman; J. Swlgert Taylor, B. W. Williams, the Kov. j; ii. Zelgler. D. W. Llndscy, Jr., It. C. Hleatt, Wiley Mar shall, L. F. Johnson. Mrs. W. F. Dan drldge, chairman; Mrs. J. S. Collins, Mrs. .1. B. Martin, Mrs. John W. Rodman, Miss Allco Blanton, Miss Clint Cunningham, Mlsa Ellso Dandridgo, Miss Ilachcl Settle. KENTUCKY Madisonvtllo, FAIR DATES. con Montgomery. skies near the llttlo town of Center, rjt It today. In iwiat lhjM form or Metcalfo county, 30 miles from here, tablets called Banatab. 180 Deses $U two men, A. Holland Forbes and J. C. Yates, of New York, were found unconscious. That the flight of Forbes and Talcs was not without Its compensations was Indicated by a statement mado TlxTOTtnftf GrtwrtaAiirftonJ by Forbes. LITTLE CARTER'S Tho balloon broko tho accent rec ra LIVER FILLS 1 ord, It Is declared, and soma valuable photographs of tho comet wero seBsHrlOTrtra cured at an clovatlon of 18,000 feet. Tho balloon reached tho extreme al-- 1 fttwbrtMct tltudo of 20,000 feet, which Is 2,000 Cm Cm feet higher than any flight. JET Discussing tho moro remote clrcunv ,m Fiances whlth might hnvo had a bcar ikfc Hii Ii iVi I h Hsn lng on tho accident, Mr. Forbes ex Saitl PML Snail Dote. Small Prfe- plained: "In starting from Qulncy wo GENUINE miut bear nguturei wero unablo to carry moro than 3.1 baga of sand, which, together with the great height to which wo ascended, shortened tho trip. Wo should never have started tho flight with less than CO bags of ballast. On this trip I did not mind thv low 5, 4, 3.50, 3, S2.50 & Z temperature so much, as both of us THE STANDARD wore prepared for IL Wo suffered for want of oxygen, though, when we wont FOR 30 YEARS. MiSlofM of higher than 18,000 fcoL Tho pressure W. 1 DratUtmen wear thoaa thar ara lha low-at that height Is not more than throo prlcaa, qaality or four pounds, and It seems that ono ! th worU. Mada upanhoiior,oc tha can not get enough air. bait laaioan. br .Ilia 'Wo panted like dogs and 'my car Mil .LUlad workman. drums and eyes pained mo greatly. la all lha lata (aahlona. W. L. Daaata $5.00 Yates suffered In the same manner. and $4.00 ahoaa aqua 'Somo aeronauts take tanks ot oxy Outoa Banch Work gen with their supplies, but wo did riot aaaUa $.0O ta 9SJOO. $oy,Shft,tX$l-SOAtthink we would need It. mpHi L. rurantora "I can not 'describe the sensation of YlW.Lam DongUaprtw on lhattirlmtDe l,nok ruf It. and liottom. fmtt CMtr that 300 foet drop to the ground. It Tail. X. Suhlllnlr. t. rtoaflln. "yrfrf. ttnot forW. Akorrr,laalr came so suddenly that I havo a taint Inn bow to ordrr l7 mall, pin ordrrKt rtlrtrt nwr recollection of seeing men below me factory deUrurd fna. W.UlMiiglaJ, lirockton, aUaa. in a plowed Held, and of subconscious ly trying, it seemed, to tilt up tho baskot that Mr. Yates and I might spring free from tho rigging when cImo to the ground, Becauso the bas ket did not tilt as It would havo done mider ordinary circumstances was the cauro of our Injury. "I believe the only thing that pre vented ' tho breaking of our backs when the basket fell, bottom squarely Cured by tt Marvel if thi Century, down under' (ho weight of tho bag, was the rubbor air mattress which wo had B. B. B for 30 Years, Tsstid placed in tho bottom of tho basket IMresout blood potion In any tt&jts pennanrMlyv we might bo comfortablo when without deadly merourj. with pare lkitaalcai Icgr that Cleots. 2VpruT6 It w will una irgu a wo went to Ho down. "For a moment I was stunned by SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE tho Impact Then I recovered and ) I too hava TJlern, Bating Sorts, Itching- - llumora. rains, oSenalTa saw two or threo men coming to our P'elllncm, Mncua Patent. JJooeB. II. lllotanlo-lllooftmploa or Kruptlons. taka 11. , Blood aid. Tny extricated us and in Impro Isinada ltalin). All sjmptoma hral qulcklf tbe ra puraanfS rich oampl.telj changing vised litters we wero carried to this Ura boJr into a clnin. heallhir eqailluon, htallns eve.T aora ana stopping: all acnas. palnsam ItchlqaT. house." eating tba wont cum. otb oodpolaon, DltUOOIsW n, Torbes Is naturally proud Ait bis OTbjexvren il car. LAUI1K BOTTr.K with br BAHPLKH 8KNT FHEK for boO. Itloorl ltalm Atlanta, (la. achievement, regardless of the fact wrnlngjonr tronbla and fCo., medical adrUe gtTaa. rea that It came so near costing him his life, as well as that of his companion. FITTEU TO BE 8TAR3.V Forbos and Yates havo Improved since the ballooa accident. Both .are .cheerful, and wll leave for, home. .Mrs. i orDes win join ner nusuauu en route. Yates has little to say of the trip. but becomes interested when the comet is mentioned. He describes bis view of 'the comet- aa 'grand.- M SBBBBBBBBBr forty-poun- d W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES at BLOOD POISON dlrao-llo- u - . KEEP MONEY AT HOME. Kentucky Millers Will Get First Chance at State Flour Contracts. Wiggins Say, Hagsy, It's a wonder Frankfort, Ky. Few, if any, con' dey hasa't; gam started traots for flour for the charitable In In Russia Jong ago.up.tje.baseball of tho state will be given stitutions Ragsy What put dat in yer head 7 out ot Kentucky. Most of the superin Wiggins 'Cause dey are such goo4 tendents ot the asylums would rather runners. havo the hard wheat flour from tho Too Lavish. northwest, as they claim that it is Mrs. Dbbbs was trying to find out slightly cheaper, and makes lighter bread, but the members of the board tho likes and dlBllkes of her new are going to keep their money at boarder, and all she learned lncrease4 her satisfaction. home. "Do you want pie for breakfastf When the contracts for flour wero about to bo let somo time ago, It waa sho asked. "No", I thank you," said the new tipped that some of tho contracts breaka would go out ot Kentucky, Thla lip boarder, with smile. "Pie for too was noised about and was caught up fast seems a little waymuch." at It," I look "That's lust the by tho cars ot tho Kentucky Millers' said Mrs. Dobbs, heartily. "I say pie association. A trip was made hero for dlnnor is a necessity, and pie for and the members ot tho board wero supper gives a kind o' finishing touch called them, and after a conference to the day; but pie for. breakfast la it was decided that unless there was what I call putting, on airs." Youth' an awful disparity la tho bids tbo Companion. money would stay at homo and tho Certainly It Is heaven upon earth, contracts would be given to Kentucky tor a man's mind to move In charity firms. and to turn upon tbe poles of truth. SERIOUSLY Samuel INJURED. Run Dacon. F I.- - West-minst- ' lugs, Tho aorvlco hold in Westminster abbey did not form nny pnrt of tho royal funeral. It wna a memorial enlco held especially for those mem-tvrof the house of lords and house of commons, who wero unablo to go to Windsor. Electric tandard wero fixed around tho place In Wcstmlnstor ball where the catafalque stood. Tho publlo was admitted until ten o'clock at night. The catafalquo occupied tho spot on hlch Gladstone's catafalque atood, Tho cotlln was seated and draped tt.d surmounted by some of tho royal regalia and Klng'Edward'a field sword. TM coinn waa sealed and draped rd surmounted by soma of tho royal Rails mid King Edwnrd'ii Hold marshal's sword. . s mar-snar- - Jury 195 days. Henderson, July 266 days. Lancaster, July 27 3 'days. Versailles, August 3 4 days. Danville, August 3 3 days. Lexington, August 8 6 days. Taylorsvllle, August days. Unlontotfn, August 9 B days. Harrodsburg. August days. Vanceburg, August 10 days. Lawronceburg, August 164 days. Shopherdsvllle, August 17 3 days. Broadhead, August 17 3 days., Ewlng, August 17 4 days, Shelbyvllle, August 234 day. London, AugUBt 234 days. Erlanger, August 24 days. Nlcholasvllle, August 303 days. Fern Creek, Ausust 304 days. Hardlnsburg, Augufct days. Tlarboitrvllle, August 31 2 days. Florence, September C 3 days. Montlcello, September days. Hodgeuvllle, September days. Falmouth, September 28 I days. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, September 126 days. 94 94 ( . I ' . . 33 63 63 A clear brain and Steady dependable nerves Can win wealth and fame Owlngsvllle. Rail, prominent farmer of Bath county, who For their owner. had been attending circuit court at this town, In returning' home in a Clear hcadedness and a buggy, was run down by an autpmo bllo belonglug to Mr, William Ratllff. Strong, healthy body of Sharpsburg, and sorlqusly injured Depend largely on the Mr. Rail was taken home by a passing Right elements in M. Bradley. neighbor, Mr. u. Regular food and drink. Winchester, Ky. R. Cnrnahan, Rail, of Bath County, Down by an Automobile. uel ST. GEORGE'S CHAPEL, WJND SOR. FROM WHENCE. AFTER THE FINAL CEREMONIES THE BODY O F THE LATE KING WAS CON VEYED TO THE MAUSOLEUM. Henderson, Ky, Edmond Lyno Star ling, nged 70. tho ncstor of Western Kentucky journalism, died hero of tu berculcsls. Ho was for many years editor ot tho two local papers. Ho served with distinction with the fed eral troops during the civil war. He was mayor ot this city from 1870 to 1874. - of and J. Q. Whlto. of Winchester, associates from Louisville, have purchased 10,000 acres of coal and timber land in Leslie and Harlan counties, from Burt & Dobb, of Ford, for 1 60,000, Louisville, London, Ky, Tho story sent out from this city that Alma Kcllner, tho Loulsvlllo girl kidnaped last winter, had boon found at Gray, Knox county, with a gypsy fortune teller, hau boon Investigated .and found to,. be without Coffee contains caffeine A poisonous drug. Postum is rich in the Gluten and phosphates that Furnish the vital energy That puts "ginger" and ''hustle" Into body and brain. "There's a Reason' foundation. si Uiis.L UiisA AlLL UiisA AaiisA HissJil UisasViAiIaW Will Get Road. The commlttco In charge of raisins Ihn $20,000 niul securing for tho Chlcngn, Memphis & (lulf mil roml, which Is building out of Tipton rllle townrd lllckmnn assure us thnt tho now railroad l n sure go a "lend right-of-wa- 1 REFRIGERATORS f If you need a refrigera- IB filwm tor thnt surpasses anything on the mnrkct in construction, interior and exterior finish nnd the only refrigerator that is absolutely sanitary from every point of view you need a pi in) cinch." t C HJUI16 XlUdb This refrigerator is constructed of heavy gal Most nil of tho money linn been subscribed or In In tight nnd n large part of tho has been giv en, which means thnt tho committee will experience wry llttlo trouble In flushing their work. Thin company In now building n part of tho rond from Tiptonvlllo to tho Fulton county llnv. n distance of ton miles. I'res. tjUa will bo hero thl work to make flunl arrangements with hv lllckmnn people relntUe to n consn mnllon of tho proocUlon. Utter tho lino wll bo extondrd o right-of-way I'nuucnb vanized sheets. The in terior finish is of white enamel. The exterior finish is either white or golden oak enamel. Locks, handles, hinges and trimmings are of heavy polished brass. Mounted on heavy roller bearing castors. Insulated with aerofelt and maltha, which keeps the temperature in the provision chamber from four to she degrees colder than any other insulation. Drain pipe is composed of seamless brass tube. And not a piece of wood about the refrigerator as big a a tooth-pick. rj Council Proceedings lllckmnn. Ky.. May !. HOSE who acquainted with the character of Tailored Suit., thi. Spring, be.t appreciate this announcement, when we my i u regular prices. They are aware of the fat that this means an actual lots to ui. The assortment embraces about thirty iuit, including black and colors, and most every favorable style f the season. This reduction mcan that Choice of any Tailored Suit in the House y our are 13 is O Ji j, RtS"lar Prices on I!'i Council met lu regular session, and there being no quorum, on motion ad Joumed to moot Tuesday night. May 3rd. Attest: II. C, HELM. City Clerk. $20.00 Suits go for $13.33 1 8.00 it it it ii it 12.00 10.00 8.00 6.67 Fabrics 15.00 12.00 10.00 Hlckmnu, Ky.. May 3, l!nn to adjourn nient of the ?nd Inst., present Mayor Dillon, Councllrnon Halo. Isler. I'nwt ll and Schlenker. Minutes of last two meetings wvr. read and on motion approved nnd signed. Tbo following accounts wero pre sented, properly approved and on mo tlon allowed by the vote of the four councllmeo present, and checks order cd Issued for amouuts; Council mot pursuant We say, if you need a refrigerator at $20.00 25.00 Or a larger size at 30.00 Or the largest size at then call on us and we will take pleasure in furnishing just the refrigerator that you have been looking for. The above prices do not include water coolers. t We have a stock of White and Colored Wash Cross-ba- r that cannot be matched in Hickman at the price Dimities, excellent qualities at, Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED Hickman Furn. Co., mdse....f 52.10 Cotton & Co., lining water trough 15.00 10c to 25c a yard Mercerized goods, in stripes and checks to 25c at, a yard n.,:.i. i...v.vin umiisii:, i I.UC nBSOtllDCni In figured and stripe effects at 7c i- 12c Rhoda Batiste, in floral and figured ef fects at 10c and 15c Wash Suitings, in all colors, with self colored woven patterns, we offer them at 25c, 40c and 50c Dress Ginghams, uses, at . pretty styles for all 10c to 25c .. J. A. Cotton, part on City Hall 1200.00 roof contract Hickman Ice & Coal Co.. light lln-- s Entertained. Tho Alumni Reception given In bon or of the Hickman College graduates Tuesday evening at tho beautiful homo of Mr. and Airs. J. T. Stephens, was largely attended and was one of tho swell affaire of tho sea son. The rooms wore all thrown together and artistically decorated with cui flowers and the class colors, of blue and gold, festoons extending trnm all corners of tbo chandeliers. Miss Ruth Ellison, Miss Marguerite Kuqua, assisted by Mrs. Stephens and Miss Julia Jackson, received as the guests arrived, and the graduates. Misses Lois Hartlett, Dora Carltt, Johnson, Magalce Rice and Leah Darry and Will Bondurant, received In tho library. Reo punch was served by Misses Florence Barry and Clois Ledford. Drawing of fortunes, written out in quaint sayings and quotations was an amusing feature. Green four leaf clovers painted In gilt, with letters of the alphabet on them, wero given tho guests, and a hunt made for letters to spell certain words, each person having tho right letter receiving red clover blossoms. One of tho enjoyable features of the evening was music furnished by "Prof. Ju Han's Band" throughout the evening. Refreshments of strawberry cream, angel food cake and mints wero served, after which tho guests were presented with white carnations. The Ha-zel- le Lose Your Money And It's Gone Mr nnd Mrs. (J K Ilurtlctt and Mrs. Win Cmtn hs r.'urcwl ' Mrs Mollis Kirk Is vlslUng rrla baby, of llockport, Ky, arrived here lives lu Dyersburg. Tonn , this week. Nbshvillo after a tin City Hall Account. last week to visit Miss Men Dies near Hickman Overdraft per last report.. . $435.87 tulbrlnk and attend tho graduation of Tho largest tock of floor coverBy amt. paid out during April COO rt o Vsr Cant. Ilollls Kirk their daughter. Miss l.ols. They re- ings and curtain In Hickman nt bjrg, Tuesday Smith A Amberg's. Overdraft $410.87 turned home Sunday Mrs. M. Araberg returned Saturday W. C. Johnson, City Trea morning from a week's visit to hur Report of City Marshal for April daughter, Mrs. Guy Robblns, at May 1910: field, and Miss Lizzie Amberg re Taxes collected during April. $108,45 turned from a visit In IoulsvUlo. Fines collected during April. 95.00 The Woodmen of the World and tho Modern Woodmen of America will I hold Treasurer's receipt for $203.45 Tom Dillon. Jr., C. M. give an Ico cream and Strawberry The Clerk reported that be bad ox supper lu Mobcow, Ky Saturday night, May 28, 1'JIO, for the benefit of ecutod the following cemetery deeds, the now hall. Evpry one has a cor- and that he hold's Supt. Dillon's re ceipt In payinunt for same, dial Invitation. A. B. Johnston for East half of Cemetery lot 2C2, slzo of half lot liUiiU feet, consideration, $32. Liza Stephens, lot No. 485 In cot ored City Cemetery, slzo of lot 20x18 feet, consideration, $9. Ou motion the foregoing roports were received, ordered spread upon the records, published and filed. On motion it was ordered that Joe Halford bo paid C3c error In assess mout. But if you lose your check book, we will give Pn motion an amount not exceeding you another. $40 was apportioned to help defray the expenses of running an electric In this lies the safety in paying all bills with light line frino tho Sulphur Springs checks. bank gate to the Interior of tho Springs Your money is secure with us, yet ready to Park, It being agreed that the Park bo used as a City Park, use as you require it. Tho Clerk reported that ho bad You are tempting the "hold-u- p man" so long turned over the City Tax Books for tho year 1910, to Marshal Dillon, as you carry a roll of bills. showing total tax of S8C6C.83, and Better keep your cash in this bank and rest that he holds Marshal Dillon's re easy. ceipt for same. On motion Council adjourned until We are at your service. guests were Prof, and Mrs. n. F Gabby, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Dodds Dr. and Mrs. H. E. l'rathcr, Mr. and Mrs. Tom l'rathcr, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Travis, Mrs. C. F. BalUer, Mrs. S M. Uubbard, Mrs. C. 1 Shumate, Mrs. J E. Fuqua, Misses Ylrglnlt Praihorr, Virginia Luteu, Annie Cow Kill, Ruth Ellison, Mayino Naylor, Ru bye rfeay, Kthcl Naylor, Louise At wood, Edna Carpenter, Bonnie Car penttr Lillian Choate, Bettlo DcBow Mabel Wilson. :rankyo Reld, Mattlo Mil Peay, Dot tic Davidson, Ellse Lu- ten, Rose Campbell, Marguerite Fu qua, Messrs. Edwnrd Pratber, Robert DeBow, Oce Harris, Dr. C. M. Blackford, Ford. Mnddox. Cecil Shaw, Ha- Rogers nan Shaw, Guy Hale, Cow-giW. C. Reed. Alvln Threlkeld, A. E Owens, Goaldor Johnson, Gut Alex ander, Tom French, D. Owens, E. C. Johnson, liatry Millet and Warrea Ellison. ll 143.90 Tom Dillon, Jr., street work..$72.!5 Tom Dillon, Sr., work ou walk on Carroll st $7.00 lU'Port of City Treasurer for April 1910: x " Dotted Swisses at 25c, 35c and 50c Celebrated Flaxons, permanent linen fin ish, in plain and stripe effects at 25c and 35c Figured Flaxon at! 25c India Linons at Agti for Warner's Rust Proor a strong showing General Fund Account- To bal. per March report 1476.03 To. ami. roe'd H. C. Helm.... 81.3 To amt. ree'd Tom Dillon Jr.. 20J.4 I7C0S0 By amt. paid out during April Bal. to credit 305 25 1155 55 this account. Corsets m 8ic 10c 15c to 40c Percales nnd Madras, dark or light pat terns at to 15c Sc Aju for E.P.Rttd,$ Pine Shots for Womtn Water and Light Bond Account. To bal. per March report 160X0S By Int. paid during April 150.00 Bal to credit this account. .. .$453.08 "'' 2 to-wi-t: PAINT!! LET US SAVE YOU MONEY 8 I j May 10, 1910. Attest II. C. Helm, City Clerk. We Can --'"M- Hickman, Ky., May 10, 1910. Council met pursuant to adjourn ment of the 3rd, Inst., present Mayor Dillon, Councllmen Hale, Isler, Powell and Schlenker. On motion $500.00 was ordered bor rowed for a term of six months, to be used for street work only. I On motion Counoll adjourned, Attest: H, C. Helm, City Clerk. Capital and Surplus. 965, 000.00 Waaauauuauu, 'i& ! ... a"awa"alla-PB- g Childreni Day. wilt be Children's Day exereis held at the First Methodist Church In this city on the first Sunday morn-IJune at 11 o'clock. A. very Intern ALL SORTSHUkJ Pinter. t0 II n,g Shoot June Cotton. he too I'beHO 68. iere f"" Kennedy. to Houie and loti We e nllM" .ell-Ken- nedy, esting special program baa been prepared for this oecaslonand everybody Is cordially Invited to be present. Come out and encourage tbe children with your presence. J grantee our work. Moore 8am Hnlmon left Monday night for lo reB0W Dou't fcrlptloo. f'l your ,ub lee Cream I. We serve HKO Harrl rlof. A coiLpMo bathroom for $0.60. I. Itrovk This Handsome Mission Library Set Only Merc's n very excellent e Mission Oak Library Set two chairs, table and rocker well made, Boston leather spring seat, and most comfortable to rest in. They're all solid oak forest tree finish. At the price here named, $16,00 for the four pieces, we truly believe it is, without exception, the very best furniture value in Hickman. Just drop in and see if it isn't. Also remember we carry the biggest line of Davenports in this city massive quartered oak and Russian leather at, from $27.00 to $35.00. four-piec, For anything In be Ktnneoy. the Bond Addition lu L, of Alabama, ts hero UuIiiob. jut Moore and Oliver do that pa r ttncSnS aud painting. M f, k on (. sic.oo Methodist Church Services: The pastor, Ilev. O. W. Wilson, will hold services In East Hickman Chapel on Friday evening at 7MB p. ra. Sunday School at the usual hour, 9:45 Sunday morning. The paitor will preach, at 11:00 a. va., and 7:45 p. 8. Ill discourse at tbe evening hour will be on "Echoes from the General Conference." A. cordial Invitation to extended for all the service. Children' Day will bo at 11:00 a. sa. first Sunday In June. The Southern Baptist convention la session ot Baltimore, decided to hold Its next session In Jacksonville, Fla. COMMISSIONER'S I Hickman Furniture Co., hoadquart SALE. i for undertaker good. and Autumn liiuitui ( .xcollcuco Wit flour uado Iravl. ork don't ault you tt don" l( our Lt jou a cent. Moore & Oliver. r mew La it, I ItUI U..c cultivator la dull Un' Uruy can uiako it better one. ST. LOUIS FURNISHING COMPANY 5 IM.ii tl&l.i Carpenter Isonulo . ......in .'ou uviiio nuurv ' . ta . a returned ... t tuv iioui Per Cent Raise. A Hard Blow. A Bad Move. lloaers left Friday un an ex idol ..t to rulutlveH lu Memphis ii i'Kujauld, Ark. M;t Hut Katticrluo Jonea returned to ULust .r, Satuiday after a vlilt VIim Mabel WJNoii, liin ii b re l; l.s Ill- -i r Myruu Juckaou, of Now Moxl- the guwtt of lior mother, on Troy avouuo. At CowgilFs. $4,500 Subscribed. W.ona llondurnnt spent a Mlth uiti. tit; her (later, City, tbl .Mm. Hardy Mr. Drown, sent beru from St II bate the grade aud price. Do LouU by the Mlsslsilppl Vulley Trail toritt to have your grocer fill portatlon Co., hut week to look after Ft orders llh flour sold by Travis celling enough stock lu the now con I Huns U.tello Iteiieau aud Cecil cern to finance tbe building of docks, Lruti are visiting MIcs Frankyo etc., In Hickman, la still with Un. company feanta to raUu $10,000 id N.ii IVavlur, at Tbroo Status, Tbe here, but up to dato only about M In c.k t00 ba been subscribed. It I un I Tom arrlvt-bero trout Roa- - fortunate that be camo Juit at the llv Va, Suuduy, to lslt his moth- - time our people wcro called upon to II ri It. T. Tyler. Tom hanu'.t niUc the .'0,000 bonus for tbo new x m bumu for about two yuan. railroad one at a time would havo gotten better result. This matter, luniut Court Clerk Www Morris however. Is of vital importance to our Uiputy, ilu Ktflu Uruir, of town and community and wo cannot spent Monday night with offord to let the matter of raising Iickuiin. Jaipur Bock- - this money drop. sinter, n.itr Ueelertuu. Clinton Uutetto iuu, iu lulon week. lit. Jh:i Alcoa Uleatelbrlak and MUs UarUctl Kill Friday for ikport, Ky., to itpeud uuverul k wiUi Airs. U. B. Bartlott Tbu ill pcuUbly Lo away from lllckmuu lui tutuoiu. kau SiriOmrnU A man's shoe built for for business walking for easy foot comfort. Lillian Johuston, wbo boa tn teaching music ul lllcluuau Col- Ice lur Uo pant two years, left for her buuiu lu Ripley, Tuun IoLJay uiado uiauy stauuuh Ik&ii tbilo bore. Hri, Clarence Graham aud Mian '"clucr spent Buuday lu Uulou City. II. ii Anna Well arrived bero Frl uliort vUll, aud U ittopplUK tba UUvdu Hotel. Mr. Well U tuuio to tier KUtuuior homo lu Mlcb., after puudluB tbu ("Mloitc, Hr t fur a Calliorula. A man's shoe with style, snapand shape llouo, ou 0. Wrlsbt. It I'anucali. Unfortunately we bavo utxl to Kvt tbU seruiou, wblcb waa lie of tuo very beat over beard lu "' t'ty. HU KubJect waa "What la lUn' taken from l'naluia Sii. It a tuasturlul uddreva from atari ltiib lutoreatluK aud liutrucUvo. fao ivrvlco waa conducted under tbe plce of the KpUcopal cburch tbU T l The Courleer expected to procure Muuwr.pu aud prlut lu full tbU eek Ui laccalauruatu Hermou wblch keeping strength. Uiiivcrud at the Court luuday ilay IS by liar. D. A man's shoe that is smooth, inside and out -- looks good, feels good. fr. F M. Cadu Hiiti'rliiliiiMl Inform. Wedneitday utturuoou of last at Hook lu boaor' of tbo uradu- ktkt cinnt of lllckmun C.1Iul-i- i unil 'Ue lavldou, wbo sraduatea flu music at Uulou City. Houoviiucklu Nil furUK weru ua.il In nroruslnn 111 l1 ''ecoraUon tbrousb tbo roouia, Fu tbo talllyg boro tbe claim colora Pik and sold. Fudo hoi served "BE tbo KUmeu ami un lea cournu plterard, Thosu nrimt warn lltt. Jolnuou, Magaleo nice. Ul """ictt, l.eaU Ilarry, Dora Cavltt, fOttlu DuVldHflll lli.Mlo IVillow VI r. Kjula l'ratber, Auule Cowslll, Dyrtle Klce, lluth HMon. kMbel Nay. tot Ct,cll Uarne. Mayma Naylor, Nell l.oulno Atwood, ttstellu f Mu ud Uutb Klwbro. ' f. SirKnitrrU A man's shoe that is made to please the foot and purse. Wertheimer-Swart- s Tlie government has hit the KenEditor Walker, of tho Clinton Gatucky sheep industry a hard blow by zette, has tbe thing sized up about sending out the following order: right In the following editorial regarding the saloon proposition at Fulamend"You aro informed that ment i to H.A.I, order 14G, which ton: places a Federal quarantine on A petition has been filed with the sheep on account of tbo exist- county court of Fulton county asking ence of scabies, provides that all dip- for a vote on July 14, In the corporapings, required under the rgulatlons tion of Fulton to determine whether in order that sheep may be moved In- saloon shall again be opened there. terstate, shall bo done at point The Leader seems disposed to favor whore Federal Inspection Is maintain tho saloon and seta forth that, tbe Must tbo horse go? is tho anxious Ltoulsvllio g, at present, tbo only proposition to license saloons In the query of tbo Illinois Farmer. To be ed. place lu tbo State where dipping fa- city Is backed by men wbo have orsure ho must go and the faster tbe cilities are available aud bureau In- ganized themselves into a business better. Who wants a horse that does spectors stationed, but if proper yard- men's league to better tho financial, speed not go? In these automobllo ing and dipping facilities should bo moral aud general conditions of Fuldays tbe faster the borso can go the Installed at other points, the Secre- ton. Of course we understand that better we llko him, nnd soon nobody tary of Agrlculturo will, no doubt, no man can or does favor tbe sawill be siitlsflcd with less than a consider tho advisability of maintain- loon on moral grounds that is out of clip. ing Inspectors at such places for the the question, prepostrous on the face Mr. Carl Hstcs, ago 31, died at her purpose of inspecting and dlpplug of It As to "financial and general inhome In Clinton, Saturday, following sheep for Uie convlence of shippers. terests," the only question Is. whose a short Illness. Deceased was a sis"Sheep intended for Interstate financial and general interests? Thai ter of It - Smith and J. Kelly Smith, movements as tbe result of being tbe financial and general Interests two p'ell known attorneys. dipped must be accompanied by a cer of the Ford brothers, Nichols and Stegg and a number of other e wo to pay. $1C0 for a tificate showing the dato and manWhat's tho citizens of Fulton ner In which the work was performbathroom when I sell the complete would be benefitted If 'they could outfit, hot aud cold water and all ed, as well as other necessary data." set up In business in that city certainly knock the starch la This will accessories, for only $6.50. L. A. a sure thing. Likewise the finanout of sbep raising In Fulton county. cial and general Brock. The Courier's "Want Colusa" to interests of the horde of gamblers, hold-umen, lewd sure to find yeu a buyer. Cost le women and hangers-owho would for each ward. Try It come In with the saloons. There Is a large class of people living in FulCOMMISSIONER'S SALE. ton and within from one to twenty miles of the town whose financial Faltea Cirevit Court, Keataky. and general Interests would suffer If Minnie See arc et al, plaintiff, Baloons were again opened in that Myra Scearce et al, defendant. town. Possibly the petitioners for By virtue et a Judgment and Orthis voto do not care so much about der ot Sale ot Fulton Circuit Court, this class of people. aEV A Sh. SW rendered at the January tern, thereof, 1910, In the above cause, for the sum ot Dollars with per cent interest at the rate ot per annum from the day ot 1 tako this means of informing my , until paid, and costs herein, I friends that on and after June 1, 1910, shall proceed to offer for sale at the I will make Hickman my permanent Court House door in Hickman, Kenbusiness location. I will open thor- tucky to the highest bidder, at PUBoughly equipped dental parlors on LIC AUCTION, on the 13th day ot tho second floor of tbe LaClede build- June, 1910, at 10 o'clock, a. m., or ing and will appreciate your patron- thereabout (being County Court day), age, upon a credit of U' months the folJ. O. STUBBS, Dentist. lowing described property, 94 acres lying east of and adjoin The Luzelte Weekly Squirt offers ing lot No. 6 In the division of tbe a reward of 11,000,000.30 for a recipe lands In tho action in tho Fulton that will make strawberry shortcake County Court of Robt L. Scearce et h as good as this one. al vs. A. K. Scearce et at, and being that is It will not be published again this parts of tho NW and NB Quarters Bcascn, so you had better put It in ot Sec. 34, T. 2, R. 4 west, same beyour cook book for future roference. ing deed to Albert S. Bcearce by A. Two cups of flour, two teaspoons of C. Holmes, Special Commissioner lu baking powder, two tablespoons of said case. ' 1 selected, butter or lard, one egg, oue cup of Also a one-baundivided Interest sugar, one cup of milk. Bake In two In 85 acres In the N. W. Qr. ot Soo. by layers, butter them while hot, and 34, T. 2, R. 4 west, and bolng same put crushed strawberries between the land owned by W. C. Scearce at tho trimmings likewise. layer. tlmo of his death, and said Albert -S. Scearce owned a before beInter-e- st therein, and Emma Beckham and ing employed Geo. Jackson, a negro, Is to hang Sam Beckham, her husband, and K. shoes. tomorrow at Charleston, uuIcbs Gov- h. Scearce conveyed their ernor Hadley see fit to Interfere, Interest to said Albert S. Scearce, wblch is not regarded as Itkoly. He making him the owner of a half InThese arc three points vfiTlTll will pay tbo extreme penalty of the terest. of excellence which make law for rape committed upon tbo per Or sufficient thereof to produce the son of Mr. Henderson, near Bird's sums of money so Man's Shoe. There ordered to be it Point last winter. Sheriff Cupp has made. For the purchase price, the bad so many requests for admission purchaser, with approved security or are more. that he has decided to draw off the securities, must execute Bond, bearnumber allowed by law by lot, and ing legal Interest from tbe day of CUSTOM MADE BY each pqrsou registered with htm will ate until paid, and having the tore have one chance to see the execu- and effect ot a Judgment Bidders tion. will be prepared to comply promptly ST. LOUIS, U. S. A, Yur parties ar not complete un- with these terms. The tax payors of Fulton County will be drllchted to lenrn that tho State Hoard of equalization bag Increased tho assessment of tbe county flvo per cent, McCracken 10 per cent, Graves and Marshall 1C each, Hickman 20, and llallard and Carlisle 2G per ccut each. The first raise of Fu"on was 25. A committee protested and 20 per cent was taken off. to-wl- t: Ken-tcuky two-minut- e Iold-timwell-knowin p n Fulton Circuit Court, KeatHeky. O. S. Mile. Plaintiff, aaiast Maude Porter and Others, Defendant. By virtue ot a Judgment and order of sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at the May term thereof, 1910, In the a bare cause, for the ansa ot with Interest at the rate ot of per cent per annum from the 19 , until paid, and coats day of herein, I shall proceed to otter for ale at the Court House door la Hickman, Ky., to the highest bidder, at PUDLIC AUCTION, ou the 13th day of June, 1910, at 10 o'cUck a. m or thereabout, (being County Court day) upon a credit of six months the following described prdperty, 159 acres off the NB Qr. ot Ses. 35, T. 1, It. 4 west, bounded as follows: Being Lot No. 3, the whole of the NE Qr. of Sec. 36, T.- - 1, R. 4 west, less one acre In the Northeast corner of said Quarter belonging to Rural Academy, being 159 acres and la recorded in processloner and com missioner Book No. 1, page 339 together with a plat thereof In the office of the Clerk ot the Fulton County Court recorded at the January term 1883 ot the Fulton County Court. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums ot money so ordered ts be made. For the purchase prtee, the purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute head, bear-la- g legal Interest from the day ot sale until paid, and kavlaf the force and effect ot a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these tenaa. J. R. MILNKK, Cobb. 1 "iii 4 THE SHOE FOR REAL MEN Bk, Announcement. . IS' Ai '1 to-wl- t: one-tent- No better than many other shoes, except: 2 3 The leathers are tested and proved experts. The are The shoemakers are tried out and make nothing but these but it one-sixt- h one-sixt- h THE Shoe Company let REO to Mrvalr-CawflU- 'a. J. &. UlLNM. Com. Telephone 65 for Plumbing and Buy Ice Coupon Books 10 i Tlnwork-JOH- N Uncle Joe Married. - cotton Nurse SaysJ- -' ventlona, carries elections, controls the largo cities and stalks boldly Into tho halls of our stato legislatures Tho many friends of Joe Noonon, making It posslblo for a Quay to who. for the past sixteen years- list sit In the seat once occupied by n been Jailer of I hi county, will Ih Webster or n Clay. I know what Is good surprised to learn that he am) Mrs. If brought to trial, It, with golden I tor your tnd old neo-t-fe R lllrkson, of Itantwoll, were mar-- i keys, unlocks the Temple of Justice, writes Mrs. Clara ried on .May lth, by Jmlgtt Na;or, puts Its ornamented goblet to the Dykstrs, a trained nurse Up. KVi, .. 1... I .. . I.... I Hps of tho court nnd makes Justice of Hickman for some time, and has .South BclllnRham. a rarco. Sitting ns the highest triAND SAVE PER CENT Wash., "and will say thai been boarding with tho family ot Mr bunal the people arc pronouncing 1 consider Cardul the best Noouoh. ON YOUR ICE BILL their disapproval of our money king mcdlclrw for girls and Uncle Joe, probably, Is known to and raiting for heroes to drag sable women. It makes them moro men In Fulton than any other despotism from tho Industrial throne feel like new persons, reNo ice will be chnrged. The drivers will cither colman. and It Is said by some that ho and place while robed liberty there. lieves their pain and regcannot be beaten at least election In our government the hour of lect cash or coupons. Don't expect them to credit ulates womanly troubles. returns for tho past flvn times have temptation Is at hand. Mr. Water-so- n 'Botluny daughter and 1 you, for they will be charged with each book, and supported this statement In the Courier Journal has sent received great benefit" THu brlilo Is DO and the groom 74 broadcast over the nation this quo will have to account for the ice they take out for deit si 0,d' "ml u h" tlon: "Does tho country think It Our coupon systsm Is belna hsartl - Kc" rty livery. best to accept Mr. Roosevelt as dic ly endorsed by evsryone. This Is Courier that they enjoy many moro tvidsnt from tator and declarw to tho world de ness. And Ui increase in Itour butl years on this earth a vt This rule will not apply to soda fountains, butchwhy? Because mocracy Is a fallum?" But above these siren songs voices of the past llh. er shops, fish docks and other large users of ice, as SAVES YOU S PER CENT. Don't throw that east plow point mournful and prophetic, are crying wy-ta- ke It to Clay & Caldwell and vm. their accounts will be on file at our office. .ww .ww. v..,. .it.wi. tiavu it ground. Th Woman's Tonic to us ncross the ages. From the PAY OULY FOR WHAT YOU As a medicine for fe33 shattered columns of tho Parthenon, GET. HAPPENINGS AT CAYCE. male trouble, no medifrom crumbling Home, from the dust cine you can get has the MAKES YOU MORE ECONOMI. The wedding bell have ceased to of Carthago, they speak to u. From (INCORPORATED.) old established reputation, CAL. ring. tho martyr's stake, from every battlethat Cardul has. Wade Powell, of Oakton, was her field that mars man's upward path, T)TT iT iQKT, tT. GIVES THE CASH CUSTOMER Fifty (50) years of sucTuesday IK MORE FOR HIS MONEY. countless voices adjure lis to be cess prove that it has Oeorge Johnson shipped a car toad faithful to our .trust, to be true 10 SAVES US A BOOKKEEPER'S stood the greatest of all of hogs Tuesday. the declaration of our fathers and to kats-t- he SALARY. test of TIME. II. P. Johnson was In Hickman mi j learn anew Sumner's eloquent words As a tonic for weak woENABLES US TO SELL FOR I business Saturday "The true grandeur of humanity Is men, Cardul Is the best, beLESS MONEY. Krlliie Kdnilstnn Is visiting rela In moral elevation, sustained, enlUht-enecause it is a woman's tonic. and decorated by the Intellect NO BAD ACCOUNTS TO BE tives near Fulton. Pure, Bcntlc, safe, re Last Friday brought to a close a of man." No braver souls have heard H. P. Johnson shipped two car load CHARGED TO PAYINQ CUS- name, try wraui. -- ASK FOR RATES- very successful yenr for Hickman a purer bugle call to a nobler duty TOMER. of stock this week. College. Owing to the fine advan and to this call wo signal back Mr. Knte Koper and daughter, Ine "Oh YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR GRO tages of the Library furnishing am native Innd, we love thee, the sweet WOODLAWN DAIRY. relative in Kultou this week. CERY BILL IS EVERY DAY. A. H. Leet, Prop. pie reading and reference material air of thy liberty Is our delight. For Utile Lot MaWlxlif U tl.Hfut- - I... We are Agents for the KrtdH.other, Mrs. Fannie Jones, near Best of Milk and Uutter dellvured, on all subjects, the pupils arc-- taking tho Immortal principles thou dost Innr S&EfnZm a! Home Phone No. 27. hold with renewed zeal; and. In ull carnate we give our lives, our all. Hickman. me respects, this has been a year free The Infinite cost which gave us the-- , Misses Besslo Joknso and Jnutu AND AGAIN SAVES YOU B uvii r ...... ... from friction and characterized by the obligations to hand down our prina......... H ( I V I . ...... . McMURRY & FLAT utffOFMJ PER CENT. Insurance Companies thorough work, effective discipline ciples Incorrupt and larger grown, few days' visit with Fulton friends. Attorneys ;un I and enthusiastic teaching and study' make the call to thy services the TRY IT ONE MONTH Misses Pearl and Eul Johnson and in Hickman Office over Hickman Drug Company Ing. Kato McConnell attended the compurest and most Inspiring the world nd Ky. Hickman, They are companies that have mencement nxerclses at Hickman ksi On Thursday evening at the Lyrl has ever known." been here longer than anyotj-er- . Ivltl Thursday night BETTERSWORTH was held the annual muslcalo of & PRATHER The plaintive call of the pale fac It your properly insured? Miss Jessie Wall returned home Groceries Hickman College. Besides well rcn tory child, the wild cry from darkness It it too late when the atatm cr Wednesday night from a threo week's City Delivery; both phones No. 21 dered instrumental selections by Mis and crime, the low murmur of the nd sounds to think of a policy. visit with her wnrle, I on Koberann. es Mary Maddox, Mary Brlggs, Lu oppressed from corrupt government "Best of EvcrytUng" of Tescublcla, Ala. Do it NOW ctle Gabby. Bess Choate. Millie Hln and corporate greed will be answerft Miss Kva Johnson and brother, Bob shaw, Lillian Choate and Grace Tarel ed by the men and women of AmeriB. 3. ELLIOTT and Misses Pearl Johnson and Lillian to keld, there were attractive vocal se- - ca. For round about tho mountains Carpenter and Contractor R. T. TYLER, Agent KdmUlon tttemW commencement lections by Misses Louise Choate of her liberties are stronger defend- whom looked as pretty as brides and Let me figure with you. exercise at Fulton Frld-anight Lillian Johnston, Homer Green, LU ers than the legionaries of Caesar grooms. Hickman, Ky. II. T. DavU and family, of Mer to lie Hacked and Master Ben Brlggs. or the old guard of Napoleon. The programs rendered on both oc man, enrae out In their auto last The choruses, the reading by Swan COURIER REALTY COMPANY Thursday aud wero the guest of Memories from Lexington are the casions, follow: Naylor and the class play by the Phone No. 21 Mrs. Etta Nallllng. Thy wrro se senior class were much enjoyed and fortress ot her freedom. From a mil Xs3 ct tupanled home by Misses Virginia Thursday .NlghL Will sell that place and get you an- loudly applauded. lion grassy mounds, from tho tatterDarls, Mary Atteberry ld Mary Al other. No business, no pay. ed folds ot ten thousand battle flags Chorus "Springtime." ice Johnson. On Friday evening tho commence from the plain homes of the sturdy Trio Mary Maddox, Mary Brlggs. fnt: ment exercises were enjoyable and north and sunny southland march tho and Lucllo Gabby. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. AT 8ong "Tlttlo Tattle Tale," Louise W. Instructive, As the music was turn silent hosts of liberty. Kvery school Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Fashionable Dressmaking, see Mrs hhed by Millet's orchestra, you al house, is an arsenal, every truo KuLl 8ttlmn- - Clinton street next io le Phone 20, night or day. Hlnshaw, Bess Choate & readj know It was good. heart and pure homo an altar ot ana .miss jonusion. I nuiei. Hickman, Ky. Operetta "Golden Heart." freedom glowing with the fire of Mr. Albert E. Wlggan, of Indian lovo and patriotism. Vocal Duett "Oo Prnttv Itnun Basket leaves every DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Tno Scott county leveo has Wvn Homer Green and Lillian Johnston. apolls, gave his lecture on "Dollars History Is the handwriting of God Dentist Tuesday afternoon Trio Mtiry Brlggs, Mary Maddox completed and accepted by the com and Sense," emphasizing the Import Davidson's old stand. Phone No. 2. Innce of an education, savlnc a col men the Instruments with which He " . .... l "l ' '..rr-...- . . . .. missioned. This will be thn means waiting ittiuu woe, ionics Best Work Lowut Prices Hickman, Ky. of saving thousands of acres of grain lege graduate has eighteen tbous writes. On the banks of every na Chorus tlon's Rubicon He stands a Caesar, that was lost every Unto the. Missis Qui Play By Senior Class. and times as many chances to be on overy Mansion's Moor Ho triumphs Instrumental Duet Grace Threlkel slpl river got out of It banks. This GRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP come Influential and wealthy as an a Cromwell, In tho snows of every aud Mary Brlggs . (Hunziker's Old Stand) Is said to be ono of tho best and Ignorant man has. He quoted clab Vocal Duett "School ot Love." Valley Forge Ho kneels a Washing cheapest levees over built In this sec orato figures to show Germany Is Alma Donovan, a young man en prices for horseshoeing, Lowest Trio Lilian Choate, Craco Throl ton, and we now hear tho Inspiring tion. It la eight miles long and routtf homo early Friday morning o Wood and Iron Work. leading the world In aggressiveness Keia and Miss Johnston. voices of theso heroes say to us: closes a gap bctwicu a levee In tbU the excursion Iralu from Merophl and that Massachusetts Is leading "AH Friday Night. hall men and women of the fu county and the one in Scott county. other states in America because thiy ture. Cairo, fell from the train two lleil HICKMAN HARNE83 CO. Your glory and your work a Charleston Courier. Music Orchestra. are devoting moro time to education. south of Fulton and was probably fa; A. J. Wright, Manager. wait you. This modern spirit, this Muslo Orchestra. 0 His lecture was enjoyed by the audi tally Injured. H was sianuing o modern life, Immense In passion, Makers and Dealers In Harness, Humorous LectureAlbert Kdwanl ence and talked about considerable pulso Don't wait any longer to get that tho platform, preparatory to gettit and power, tbo colossal tlme6 wlggani. llepair Work a Specialty. next day. After the lecture, Miss to poultry fence you need It NOW. Wo off the train at Fulton, when m, come, call you to higher alms, no Muslo Orchestra. . Lois Bartlett gracefully and with slipped and fell. Ills head was badt Valedictory ''Tho Call of the Twer have plenty ot 1L Hickman Hdw. composure delivered the valedictory bler destinies, richer harmonics and CLAY & CALDWELL. cut and his bodr seriously bruUedi, grander heroism than other ages tleth Century" Miss IadIs Bartlett. Company, Inc. address, which Is as follows; Donovan lire at Dublin. Blacksmiths. have ever know." Music Orchestra. O Presentation of S. L. Dodds schol. Blacksmlthing aud Woodwork. arshlp B. P. Oabby . fr. oi..i...! nil ft In tmtv rtiia Horse Shoeing a specialty. Following the valedictory. Mr. Qab- THE CALL OF THE TWENTIETH Music Orchestra. nlriK a tank wotsou In this city. by, presented to Miss Bartlett the 8 Presentation ot Diplomas Itov. W. CENTURY. Tho catalogue gotten L. Dodds Two Hundred Dollar Schol- - u. Stockton. out by tho Courier, for tho Hickman Muslo Orchestra. Never before In the history of tho arsh'p nnd praised Mr. Dodds for . i.M. I ...... t it., film fliittU 1. 1.. world have so many fields for exalt his 7 e Tho receipts for both evenings bounteous generosity and briefly been TiV now ready for ed triumph, truly worthy of the Amur- - eulogized A. M. TYLER tho heroic souls In all wero suz.bs; the expenses 0 added distribution. There Is lean name, been opened to us as In classes of society. Attorney - at Law leaving I42.C5 for the library. money among the other attractive tho twentieth century. I am now. located at Padu-cah- , Then Rev. W, 0. Stockton, with ap-features of this tournament, and pros but will continue to pracWith wireless telephony, bringing proprlate remarks delivered the diTake your produce to C, H. Moore, ont Prospects Indicate that It will be tice In the courts of Fulton the ears of the world to our desk. plomas, urging tho class to continue ou the hlU. Highest price osid. " oest shoot over pulled off In county and will be In Hickman with undreamed of combinations of their usefulness to all humanity. this section. every 2nd and 4th Monday. wealth, startling us with tho sweep i The gmduates wero Misses Lois . . ... . i i. i. a.ieu uroa. my uoous uo. Will be- - I U'hati.vP i.i. ... i.. ,i. of their powerful arm, with Inven Hartlelt, Leah Barry, " " Dora Cavnt, i.. ...... .i eoea oooooo Don't criticise your doctors Hons making a new world with the uazeiiu Johnson coiua.u. wsy of a success, our good friend, S. ' t and Magalee Klc ed In heir branch store because medicine prescribed at Fulton to dawning of each morning, comes the and Mr. Win. B. Bondurant. rlds, is Justly entitled to the all of by him falls to have the dev.., call for heroic men and women '.o l0re at cre(lu of , VoT thu VMl mmjh no sired effect. The prescripJ. P. Wiseman and J. 0. Hendrlx guide humanity now swiftly moving ttwt utfijilr cwT1rjl t r flint f si. . Ifll, I tion may have been good, both of near town, had fine mares down tho changing grooves of time. promoting and bowttlng tho tourna- 77 . I i. but the Ingredients dispensed (.truck by lightning last week. NeithToday money Is not ns It should ' Z .. it U to say there . rr .. u.cc.unu.se w, oe nam- - rae". poor. Give the doctor a fair er of the uulmals were killed, but Mr. bo, simply the means of realizing the uW w, bo from 300 to coo shoo,m , show by taking his prescriped over In wagous, Wiseman's inaro Is still lu bad shape, high hopes of life but It packs con attendance, coming from all parts ot tions to a'drugglst who makes O the United Htates, a point of dispensing .only You can get AEO at Helm it Elli The undersigned, formerly Next week we will print the pro pure drugs of right potentcy son's, gram In these columns. If you love drugs that have the power of Hickman, has located in this sport, watch for It. and you will to overcome illness. this city and will do all A Memphis minister wants to go "mho arrangements to be here all Tested drugs only are kinds of Children cough at night? Give them AVer's Cherry Pecto heaven by tho shortest routo. He throe of tho days Juno used here, and skilled pharshould come by Hickman. o toral. Often a single dose at bedtime will completely PAINTING, PAPERING macists do the compounding. -- O control the couch. Good for anv one with a cold or couch. You should have the best Bulte's Bxcellannn flnur la nnaltlvo. and DECORATING Wm. Stoker left yesterday for Mr Euarsnt,t t procurable, when combating ... Good for easy cases, hard cases; good for acute cases, ... n... Dresden, Tenn., to attend tho bed- - & Prather sickness. Prices right and first-clachronic caces. Ask your doctor to tell you, honestly and I Save 5 Bil- l- on your Grocery "'h Tiki vD Hickman Ice 1. Coal Co. Maungor. Business Directory Commencement. vlrd .w si-La- 'IV ... OLDEST Hickman Grocery Co., -- LAUNDRY Trlc-Mill- My Partp's ie Catalogues Ready. forty-flvo-pag- o Ooooooooooooo ... Power- Over Illness .),. 'i Papering Painting and ... T sf One Dose for Coughs ss tranklv. kttt what tie thinks of this old standard rpmpdv C. A ye, Co.. Lowell. Ma. No alcohol in thfc' cough medicine. work guaranteed. CH Midi, flf Ilia ftlBMP Ulin im ilnnuAH.... a lasy boy. Ah active brain demand an active fiver. No better A lazy Itvsr ma laxative for keys and girbiuM Ayw t l im. Atk your doctor about Oum. ifcfcHows. J. S. EDWARDS at BY.CurKfi's Office. Call for auy thing you want lu furniture, at Phis attendl the Hickman Furniture Co. Kentucky ami a. a. farls spout Fr day In Mem. t.nu, u..... Dealers' Association. n. CovygilPs Drug (incorporate! Store t. I 5 TP A Y IOCAL NOTFS . I Tho Barrett Line, of Cairo. drooDod 1 ll,clr down ,0 "Ickman It lo keup New railroad, b'goth. Now or bettor UrM I Hno launch Accompanied It from Rotting on aiengci River tur bars, etc. The landed her hero , Vaudeville, road. Lyrle, tonight Schmidt. Small Wreck. Cleaning and Presalng SHOES Standard of the World rising. Belter weather, HKO at Holm ft HUlaoa'a. Hnbtiard. of Vart Wnrth hero the guest of her alt mt, sirs, t. T. Swavno Texas, I Mr. Dei Two hours of fun at the Lyric to night for 10c. ra I Iron J hn ie Joke Tho prk look llko - Do not bo misled; remember thJ tailor Schmidt. Ml Lolo Cavltt llxt this weok. I on tho nick lr( A lsihonnHon ninko 183, prompt dullrerto attend Everybody dtcoratKiu Invited 3. tho Mr, Carl Schmidt pont Tuesday wihi i nion uity menu. curtain, portlor nnd window Juno last Will Mealier, of Coin riibim, waft week on bualnvmi. M.a her Shade at Smith Ml & Amberg's. Autn tharles n Moqru, of Union City, nt Woodland Daniels visited frlepd Mills, Saturday. tu Li visiting tiero. M zi Molllo Uoiirno spent Sunday In Idicu ( "ly wllh relative. If you want to buy a form or town property, call at tho Courier offlco. Iletsy'a Pointers "My Idea of n trying time I trying to look nleiw. Don't bo bothered with a misfit owun spent Biinuay wim in mu nen me. grocery clerk tell you whvn you can got a Al fit. Schmidt, the he price ha been raUed 20 per Tailor. pr..B In McKentle, Tenn. WM because llnllcy'a comet cannot , -- ..,.. , Art Suqares In brusscls, azinlnstvr Hut I al Admlialoii 10c. Lyric toulght. ways hx.v ,,(.nnnt for I buy my and velvet, 112.150 to 125 nt Smith & wb rg'. Trupliour 1b3 for your want In Arocerles at Klllaon Bros. Klllwjn'a candle. Their camlle nro Mrs. 8. Ii. Dodds and children loft real nice and good, becauso they ar. Tuesday for Scooba, Miss., to visit Duy your groceries at the Hlclunau Pure and wholesome nnd always relatives. (li.ud friend Puta IXorlng Hinder Twine . .... III.!. .. II . Did Jim Lucy, of Woodland horn Sunday. Mill, Tho boat flour In Hickman Bulte's Excellence at Bottcraworth ft Fashion decrees that every woman pay much attention to her footwear. However modest a costume its incom plete without appropriate shoes. Imperial models provide for every type of foot. The long or short vamp, with all the various heights and shapes of heels, are included in a range of models that are unprecedented in diversity of design and materials. Tho local freight which leaves this city about 10 o'clock a. m., In charge of Engineer Houaley and Fireman W. collision II. I'hlpps, had a head-owith the N. C. & St. L. switch engine, one m(lo west of the depot In tho yard at Union City yesterday n at both trains Jumped In tlmo to save thomselvca apd no ono 'was hurt. Hotisley's train Was run ning about 12 miles an hour, going Into tho city on the main line, when the switch engine .In chargo of Engineer Pearson, came off tho switch on tho same track at about 2 miles an hour. Tho two engines came together and were badly damaged. Pas senger traffic was delayed seven hours, 10:20. Crown on Real LADIES' SILK AND LISLE Estate HOSIERY For Sale FOR SALE: In the new Rogera Addition, between Southern Heights and city line, ten as pretty lota aa you ever saw to go at a very low figure. These lots are level, desirable building sites, of good depth, and can be had In any width. They lay at the south end of the new steel bridge. Present improvements consist of concrete walks, water mains electric lights, etc. To start the ball rolling we will sell ten lots at $150 each; others will bo higher. Restrictions will be placed on these lota so that only nice homes and white people will be in tho neighborhood. MILLET & at If your groceries hare not proven entirely satisfactory try trading with are dellclou. Jut a crlp and fresh II. Moore. lr ,nn,1 '0I.V for they aro out up JUt'iuci and Maltint: ltuisa In very Mrs. Mabel Gaston has returned to . .. I in . U...1.1. . AHil. nlr.iu.lil At the special term of the Fiscal ...i..,. in her home. In Jackson after a visit to Court held at the Court House Tues I in . Mrs. T. A. .'rather. day, It was decided to apply tho mon10 Cent a Jar. A K Kennedy was called to thu lev-le- d Let mo sharpen that disc cultlvat ey thnt will be raised by the tax Toaitcd Peanuts, put up tame way ...i.i.i.i ,r iti r,.ii.. it. at the last regular term of the or. I can do It cheaper than any 10 Cent a Jar Fiscal Court to working tbe roads of body. H. L. Gray. Theo aro the candle we cll at tbe county and keeping them in reirvd t'asu ban begun work on hi 10 Oenta n Pound, muni price nquar- Chas. Hill, I). Herring, D. Wade pair. ter. and John Welch were hero from It is the plan of Judge Naylor to Crutchfleld, Tuesday. let the contracts for working tho II r 11 Mrs I. LouUo left Friday for " """" "roflmroads by magisterial districts, the Miss Virginia Davis, of Cayco neigh work to be done by the day. tool, mu, to vUlt her sou, LerllCandy Peach Stone borhood, visited her brother, Judge I I '" Hoad overseers will still be appointLl U. T. Davis, and family this week. ed but all they will have is to i U Walker I preparing to wako Cream Almond Tho Hickman Furniture Co. can work Uie roads In caso of emergency. tti iitri rm li leiiii miiirfii inii.tni dies the beat line of Furniture in The new plan will also do away with Burnt Peanut. uci III Soutburu Heights. wcit Kentucky. Let U ahow you the warning In of farmers to work Dairy Drops. Tbe bust flour over brought to J. T. Oliver and daughter, of Cairo, the roads which, no doubt, will please Jelllca Cream. will arrive lu Hickman Saturday, to them. spend several days with friends hero, 1 rUUINLI Raspberry Cream. Taken all together, the Court has made a good niovo and one which the 11. a. Halo has moved Fig Caramels. his office ap Anytblug you want that wo havuu't fixtures to tho office of Judge P. S. taxpayers of the county should Jelly Strawberry. prove of. .Moore, with whom ho will have his And all those fine chocolates that offlco hereafter, sell usually at 40 cents a pound for Kdmonds & Hro. have moved their V. Wilson rulurned tho Iter (1, 5 Cent fish dock from tho old site. It is a Quarter Pou- ndnow located at the rear of tho Hick In Quarterly Court Monday, C. H. Chocolate Peppermint. man Grocery Co. Wilson sued Geo. Wiseman for a sett.I A Mum, .1. 1.. Chocolate Wlntergreen. by Mr. If we don't sell your real estate, tlement of tho business run Wiseman. Tho evidence in Uio trial Ohio got It first alfalfa and the Chocolate Trilby. it doesn't cost you a cent. If wo do, brought out the fact that these two ,.f II, L,,ir,... ...... lr.,,,, Chocolate Sour Orange. It only costs you 2 per cent. The ... f.i ....... .1. . men were partners In a fish business r ......ii. Chocolate Sour Lemon. Courier lleolty Co. supposed to have been owned by Mr. iKinai iMjiiiiriuim. Chocolate Violet. Tho rain of the past two weelci Wiseman, and that Wilson was em J iluys. 1L A. Tyler, II. C. Helta Chocolate Apricot have put cotton In a bad way, but ployed by J. C. Burdlck, of Union If tho weather continues good the re- City, to buy fish at this placo. In making a settlement last fall, Wise sults will not be serious. Chocolate Flgolettes. DM lUil riCMf anitil mint iiiiiiiii THE man gave Wilson a note for about $190 f vi I .x Chocolate Texanolla. Kings of Kurope kissed The in squaring up the business, and on when thoy met at Edward's funeral, Chocolate Nougatlne. the witness stand Wiseman swore he II Uh .Nuiinio Ktta McMurry, daugh- but It Is not reported whether or not did not sign the note, when It was Chocolate Josephine. Teddy got In at the osculation. proved that ho did. Wilson was giv u tuurrled lust Thursduv lo l'erry Chocolate Macaroon. I ..... . r.iu.r .inllla Crtami. Tho Foreign Missionary Society wll en a verdict by a Jury, and after tho ., . .i. iVUIIIf, iiiiub ri..,,,, ln. i .... h .1... ui... i .... rk.. r.....h . wa nur meet with Mrs. C, C. Smith Friday trial a warrant was sworn out for . ,.. . I au. afternoon at 3 o'clock. A full attend Wlsoman on a charge of fatso swear n ance of the membership Is requested. ing, but in the meantime, It Is said danco glveu Wednesday night that Mr. Wiseman bad rowed across Freth Vegetable Now .... W. .MV Henry II. Campbell nnd S. A. Wll- - Uio river to escape arrest, kins, of Caycc, two of the best felv iijwj mwsi n s v ii Almont Dally. m4 .. ta a i. ..ii ti....iii tit... lows that over woro pants, were Green Pea. .... i. DOINGS AT OORENA. i t rtnnii...! i pleasant callers at this offlco yes vw a Snap Bsans. m.m.v. ' terday. Ripe Tomatoes. Mr. Hughes, of.No. 8, visited hero Pie Plant o. u Dodda In rvcoSvlug roqucBts Mrs. Eda Rice and Harold nice and Sunday. Squash, Nolen Turner, of near Union City, Mrs. Sarah Hall Is on the sick list Cucumber. were the guests of Mrs. S. K. Da- this week. Egg Plant. vidson and Miss Dottle a fow days ifuawaa, iHMitutvo VUHV vaaw Tho rains this week Inbt week. Ju Mill bo full of sportsmen ou New Potatoe. ' delayed heavyfarmers very much. have Deett. tho Mrs. E. H. Prather, nnd Mrs. F. S. Strawberries are Fine Or T D, Edwards, tho eminent oyo Miss Lucy Doss entertained a num Mooro and daughtor, Dorothy, return - - v& uiiiuii ed from Villa nidge, Ills., yesterday, ber of the young folks at her home uiiru mai Wo aro getting tho' Gaudies, tho k III his 54tu year. where they hnvo been visiting the Sunday, Ho was tbu largo kind now. family of Dr. II. A. Hoynl. Mrs. J. H. Pickett and family, of Won't you try a sack of "iiuhu muw ub uii vyv nnH'ty A special from Oblou, Tonn., says: Hickman, are vUltlng relatives hero Oello of Ava Flour "Miss Verna Ilrown nnd Porter Hay this week. our recommendation? If you crossed over the Tcnuessco line SunAuditor James hna filed suits Jut on Mrs. Ditmoro, of Tennessee, begaij , .. ., .. I nv ll Ian' I'Anil u'.i will rhiinrfnllv day morntug, where they were qulut-l- y jln. i tic . ... . " ui iim leuuuiK uuiiiiurs nil""' her school at nryant's school houso to tho surprise of their nd nnd bring it uock aim it won t married, futucky, Booking to collect the state last week. on the Btorucu of whlskv In tho coat you n cent. It Is positively parents and many friends. Doth of . .!.. I.I... I.l..l...al ",uu " rl.n iiinil.k tt tho young people llvo a fow miles Quite a number of East l'ralrlo vuuiu woreiioiiBes of tho various l"" '" l,ark'tlllurles, If this money la collect- - ' west of Hickman." The bride is tho young folks are tho guests of Mm. charming daughter of C. M, Ilrown, a Rosy Kelley. Hint., ..iu lur nm H.M.V ii. 11111 , i. r,,iiii,i iI irA urtfjm -ireezori .ww W. H '' 1111,1... . ....... II, w, iuu up to t.uv.uuu, iiiu I will come into uso now. wo uavo prominent farmer of this Bectlou. Mr. and Mrs. John Futch, of James of tho auditor's uuent. Kuril n.,,,,1 iwuul kind. In nil sizes Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. C. F. Bait- - Hayou, visited her mother, Mrs. John '"utsuinn, will umouut to Jtu.OOO. One Pint Slzo Up. zer's muslo class gave a recital at Dick, Sunday, Try Shaker Bread Mls Amauda Uoll Taylor, dauehter her homo on Moulton street. An InMrs. J. D. Pickott and family visit You'll Like It. teresting program was prepared and I,, iujior. or iiiu wosi enu oi ed her mother, Mrs. Morris, of James - vAJuiuy, ib in ino cmicnes oi well rendered. A largo number of Hayou, recently. lie nuro to ask the clerks for cash weeping dlseaso. which alio cannot your cash pur friends and relatives attended. Tho ana with vthlch physicians hro rvbato checks on all ! uslo cIubs consists of Misses Huth The consus enumerator, Mr. Jen chases, ni.i.. Walker, Clols Ledford, Tholuia Halt- - kins, of East Prairie, wus here: a few iu I'no sioeps mouiiii- nilu... . rcr, Auuu Lynn uouus, Lyto ueia. days last week. ' vwiv ior u lew nours eucu Elizabeth neeve, and Ualtzer Dodds. wiien sue iiiKes nourisumoai Little Fraucluo Uryaut, of East . a lib n.... I n Interesting feature of the pro- uoivcii uor oouy uecomes uor l'ralrlo, Is hero visiting her cousin, "ctl rigid, nnd at S. M. Nulfeh lias been visit- - g nm was a song by Little Miss li- appears Mrs. times she ue awake, her MVfiii niinnlnir vnt Iiik Mrs. rjcorgo Turuey in Clinton lUaboth Ellison and Halpb Daltzer, Mary Polhaoiua, e l lusenslblo to what Is golug ou for tho past week, Mr Nalfeh wont the accompaniment being played by I (mud her, Insuranct Kannady. over Sunday to accompany her homo. Visa Auua Lynn Dodda. j iuil you know wo could make that! iook iiku now. acnmiut inn fresh. And tho prlco I o reason- able. Think of buying high grade Oscar Salmon lias purchnsed anoth 10c a candle at about f tho usual er lot In llond Addition and will build prlco. "Oh-hh- , on same. " thoio ono-hal- ALEXANDER Tax Remains. Those Tid-bi- ti Courier Want Column IIATKH-O- ne OMb Cent per Word per Week la Advance. l. ri- 10c to-d- Quarterly Court, 5c FOR SALE: My residence prop erty on Troy avenue. Mrs. M. F. FOR SALE: For a limited time Naylor. 2tc wo will offer for salo at a BARFOR, SALE: Sweet Potato Slips GAIN, 160 acres of fine timber land all kinds. II. L. Curlin, Woodland near Reelfoot Lake. Owner saya Mills, Tenn. there are l'.OOO.OOO feet of cypress, ash, gum, etc., on this land. New ral FOR RENT: Nice residence furnished or unfurnished, bath, garcottages FOR SALE: Two den, etc. This offlco lto in West Hickman, lot 66x196, fencFOR SALE: White Plymouth Rock ed, water works, etc. Either one for eggs ror setting. Mr. A. K. UeCon 500 or both for $950. The houses nell, Hickman. Route 3. cannot be built tor this money. 33tfc. FOR TALE: House and lot In FOR SALE: A tine 17 Va acre tract West Hickman, good location, lot is right at southeast limits of city, has 66x190 6 In. Cheap for cash. House good house, barn and outhas six rooms in good repair, practi- buildings of all kinds. Would make cally new. $1000 buys this placo if a nice addition to the town and la you talk quick. Seo O. B. Mooney, an ideal tract for truck farming or dairy business. The sew railroad wanted: An organizer in this will make this land double in value section for our sick, accident life in In next 12 months. For either home surance certificates on a very liberal or investment this proposition is hard renewal contract. " Write at once, to beat. For particulars call at the Kentucky State Manager, 1 Courier office. Drexel Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. resi FOR SALE: A new LOST OR MISLAID, Policy No-- . 210 dence and 4 vicinity lots (4 acres) 613, issued by the Penn Mutual Life barn, etc., just outside city limits; a insurance Company, on the life of corking good place for the money. Charles W. Curlln. Tho finder wUl Enough ground for truck gardening please return above policy to him and poultry. The place you've been Aplicauon has been made for the looking tor; let us give you tho figissuing of a duplicate. c ures on It. two-stor- y 1031-10448-2- o 45-6- FOR SALE: Nice residence and lot EOxK.0, in East Hickman; all necessary improvements good stable cistern, fences, etc. $900 will buy It. Owner has good reasons for selling Call at Courier office. FOR SALE: Nice residence West Hickman. Has coal house, buggy shed and all other improve ments. Well located; easily worth $1,500 to $1,800, but will sell for less. Aro you renting? Cut It out, own a? home. This Is a bargain. In v i I Palmolive The perfect toilet soap made from Palm and Olive oils. For delicate, -- beautiful complexions. FOR SALE: Nice residence near the College. Plenty of ground and all improvement. Terms to suit pur chaser. Don't pay rent. Bee ua. If you want a home. Hickman Courier. FOR SALE: The Allison Tyler rea Idence property on the hill. Can be bought for about halt what It Is real ly worth. It will bear close Inspec tion. FOR SALS: A alee residence, one block from Postofflce. The house haa ( rooms, two balk, and two qorch-ea- ; In good repair and a very desirable place. Call at tkk office. FOn SALE: One of tho very best lots In the Henry Addition. Cash or tlmo. For every member of the family; and u-- 1 . For every toiletuse. y - Palmoltve 1 " I .... Helm & Ellison Everyone who can ontertaln ono or more of our visitors attending tho (,un shoot, Juno are requested to notify S. L. Dodds. Indications bro that the capacity of the hotels of tho city Is not sufficient to accommodate all who will bo here. It you can only furnish a room It will help. Phone 132 bo that we may know at ouce. Flr Kanntdy. FOR SALE: A small farm, one mile from town, all In cultivation; a fine one tor truck farming. Will bo sold on easy terms. All necessary ImproreneBts. Thla office. FOIl SALE: A No. 1 good business building located in the heart of the city. Will be sold at" a sacrifice It taken ut. once. Rents readily for a good figure. Good reasous for selling For particular ier office. apply at the Cour .. Ellison Bros. . 111 1 I guarantee all plumbing and tin ning I do. If the work don't come up right and I cant out-talyou we will cheerfully do the lob ove- rJust Uka a&y other plumber. Oattoa. k Mexico's Militaey Fortune Telling IVkM MsY LfeM School rrwr i gaining DQiS)RflEI3Q bf numerous vacancies In the Tnnks of subordinate officers of battalions f nil regiments 'and. tho cmnll of officials number graduated from, the Military; cqHcse, In addition to other reasons, a'a v.ry hrflnfis-ws- ftr The (iitlHi by U worn. whs nHees ol hrlih. Hsd fort,, . HjA'i.1. "tf'M,,n p J! WOou th. rd l!- el emrlnt weak, palZwneM wnteri, by ike Hundred, Zt J l. nsteVSe 7f iWs C'' mam txamtnaUont. Wk nomn are All correwomW. A rtpae. . CSa..!Jit' r,"cefcr letter ''M"-- r Docros Th V'"T MS V T' 'N . 'r 71 ounht on.--.1. tonew .bout. , i.i - eov iKCATJSl: - :,y,rr7y'ya r2T? nil J l Miim tho war dcpnrtmtmt of governtho Mexican ment, which nt that tlmo was under the diCcncr.U rection of Mena, submitted a bill. approved' by congress on December 7. 1304, In tho form of a decree, by virtue of which tho "Escuola illlltar. do Asplrantos" (Military Training school) was established. Tho school has for Its object tho training of subordinate officers for tho Infantry, cavalry and artillery service, Tho Institution was opened on January 29. 1303, in the remodeled building of tho old factory of Santa Ko. In Tlalpam, which bad been acquired by tho department for that purpose. Tho rules and regulations now In force In the school were Issued at that tlmo, according to which It was specified that young men desiring to enter tbo school must bo Mexicans between 18 and 21 years of age. In tho case of minors It was necessary to obtain tho consent ofvtbo father or guardian. Further requirements provide that tbo candidate shall have d a conreo-oprimary Instruction, taall bo of good character, vaccinated and possessed of tho health and phys- f m MICA picture AXLE GREASE In wear and lean CO. Glorious Colorado No one can say he has seen the world until he has seen "Colorado." Write for the books that and describe it Electric block sifinals dining car meals and service "Best in the World" During the first years of the school l courses of Instruction were limited to two terms and oiio term of practise In the service of tbo ranks. Kxparlencc, however. Induced tho co'amnnd&nt of the schoo) to broaden the course to the obextr-n- t of the stodtai wblcb-'Hotain ii AH the professors of, the school must bo military mn of acknowl-rdgrability and practlto In the subjects ;hty tescb. Tho school naturally seeks to Impart Instruction to the cadts along all lines of useful knowledge, with particular reference to a ralfltary career. The staff of teachers consists of 12 professors. Examinations are held during tho first two weeks of Juno and December of each year, no grades being accepted that fall below the approved standard known as the "three B's." It Is report that the able director of the school. Ueut. Col. Miguel Ruelas, has submitted new rules nnd regulations In detail that aro most appfoftruto for tb needs and growth of tbo In stitution 'and considering lila natural ability and tho drstre he has to correct such defects as hli experience of nearly five years hs shown him exist, tlicso regulations wilt undoubtedly bo ap proved by the war department. Under the new regulations tho artillery battery wilt again be established and the course of Instruction extended to four terms of six months each. Tho present budget provides $174,551.35 Mexican monoy for tho use of the Institution, not In cluding Items of forsgo for 01 horses and six mule. now in use at tho school, and the keep of which Is charged to tho general expense account Of the department of war thenrollcat-practlcad via the Union Pacific "The Safe Road" I oars Aik short oar ptnoniij cWucted to YrBowVose Nitiond Cut US cadot Is assigned: campaign fortifications: practical knowledge of explosives and elements of physics and chemistry; military Jurisprudence and taw; geometry and trigonometry; topographic drawing. For the third six months the studies comprise general tactics or the use of the three weapons. Including the application of themes relating to maps or charts of the country; theory and practice with small firearms (or artillery): communication and work In the field; military topography; military hygiene and military horsemanship fur mounted officers. In addition to tho foregoing during the terms which make up the three course the cadets arc Instructed by a special professor for each subject lti physical culture, swimming, fencing and marksmanship with the revolver. Infantry cadets course In horsehavo a special manship and mounted cadets are Instructed In this branch during the" entire ported of. Ibe' thrce terras. 'The .Mdetsv also receive military Instruction In tho Interior servtco and management of the. Institution, as well as In maneuvering In solid phalanxes and Instruction in campaign operations during the entire period of their training, dally practice belng' given them under the orders, of tho captains In wir""it and In conformity with the programs .. approved by tho commander. 'tin ' For full Information, tickets, etc., aJJreu E. L. LOMAX, G. P. A, & Union Pacific R. R. Co. Omaha, Nebraska CAVALRY FRAC77CE' leal strength noecssary for the pursuit of a military career. Young men having the foregoing (qualifications and who wish to enter the school are required to apply in their own handwriting to tho secretary of war and navy, accompanying their applications by documents stating their rcu p1 condition as well as by rertlcites showing their academic aud social training. At the bottom of the application' tho father or tutor must give his consent in writing to tho entry of the applicant Into the army as a prospective officer. Applications aro to be l made so as to reach the war department In November or during the first half of December, also in May and during the first half of Juno of each year. ' A CHOICE. come to a choice between two things." "And what is thatf asked his wife. "Well," said tho head of tho family, "It's Beneflt In Outdoor Schools. Speaking before the National Assoc! atlon for tho Study and Treventlon of Tuberculosis recently, Dr Henry Far-nuBtoll of Hartford, Con- n- said: "Kvery city should liavo one or more such Institutions for all delicate, ro- called scrofulous or anaemic children, and tboso with tuberculosis of the bones, who aro now In ordinary schools. Doctor Stotl declared thst twenty to forty per cent of school children tn largo cities are Infected with tuberculosis, Ily tho use of was ascertained that 79 per cent of tho children from tuberculous homes wero Infected as against only!6 per cent of those from supposedly healthy homes. It was also found that 60 per cent, of tho frail children from healthy homes had the germs of tho disease, but that only 13 per cent, of the robust children from similar homes were thus affected. New Work for Women. Mrs. Frederick II. Snyder Is tho only woman Impresario on earth, sho Really a 6trlout Diltmmi. chap who works cacasildi ot me." sAld an efflev tnn, bit Buried six weeks and he tneait to til tclophouo about fctr a iij ul caIIs up bis wife, and then I fccirUa say Inc. 'Dear, how Is tout bcilicii now 7 1 hope you are feeling le'ter' Then pretty soon he cooks tick iohli desk and goes to work szala til tel ling. "The man who works oa the otber sldo ot me has been married lit rein and be goes to the teIerhcB oal; when bo's called and then I bear hla saying: 'Why, I can't poaiiUr do that, 1 can't spare tbo mosey, and taea U comes back to his desk all seosller, whrn I hrir ti WIT "Ami these two men go on I don't knov what to do. I don't know whether U get married or slay a bachelor" Tim 1 "Whether well continue to cat meat or con tlnue to maintain an automobile." FOUND THE LOST MINE what nas been recorded in history as the "twin" lost mines." In certain old records of tho early missions mention is made of two certain lost mines. The names under which they are recorded, like the names of most of tho missions established under the Spanish crown, do not, correspond with any known landmarks today and hence only relative location can bu used as a basis for exploration. When tho San Pedro mine, located south of Nacoxarl, was discovered some .years ago, with Its old underground workings. It Is firmly believed that one of the two lost mines bad boen discovered. Now It seems probable that the has been located and In the belt (Indicated In, the ancient documents. Even If '(be second of the famous lost mines has not been discovered an antlgua mine of great age has been tomd. with proofs enough to Indicate that It has not been worked for many years. The discovery was made by John dullfoyle, a, pioneer mining prospector of Naeo-- . arl. When out west of Nacoiarl about ten miles he came ncross a piece of detached ore, which he picked up and examined. He speut many days looking over the neighboring ledges In the hope of coming across the mother lode. Dut bis search was In vain. Meantlmo be brought In the sped-- . to nna mat it ran Bn.a WM me3 lo 100 ITl n uncs ,ot "ver funrwi TL FOQ,rlu2 in gold. This assay ran so high that he returned to the district' and .continued bis search. While using a steel In a creek bottom ho found rock almost at the surface, but continuing his soundings he suddenly struck a spot where the steel sank several feet. ' Uullfoyle knew that the rock formation could not have ended so abruptly and be began to excavate. He uncovered a long cut In the solid rock of the creek bed which held down stream and which could riot havo been cut there when the water was flowing In the prusent epk bed, As W. progressed be found old stone implements, Including stone hammers, batebets.'and anally he camo.across a great anqlent laatctajpnstoflo bowl na-In. which the ancient workers pulvTfrUed'the well-know-- If the applications aro accepted and after the medical examination certifying to the physical fitness of the candidates for the military service has been made, tho applicants enter the training school on July and .January 1, respectively, and are enrolled therclu in due course. Record Is made of the class'of officers the applicants desire to becomo and of their agreement to .servo as such during tbo time they attend the military training school and In ,tbe army for a period 'of five years thereafter, the latter time to be reckoned from tho dato they leave the Institution,, Young men admitted as, candidates must apply for entry into the school on tho datos already mentioned and pursue therein three theoretical- practical courses of six months, each, and after' separately completing, said courses enter, such battalion or regiment as may" be indicated by those in chargo of the school for. a 6burso of, practical Instruction. After a year's sdrvlce as In tho reserve array, If they have, shown evidence of ability and of a military spirit cy will be transferred, into tho regular army. f Cadets aro allowed 73 cents Mexican money sr day for board and other minor expenses; are f.lven EO cents a day as a loan, and arq allowed nn additional amount 'of 6d cents a day for the purposo of forming a fund to be applied In the purchaso of equipment and uniform to ''be used iD 'the 's6hopl. which becomes 'their pronertyon leaving the Institution and, comprise their first equipment as officers. Cadets are subject to military law for crimes and misdemeanors committed by them durlorr the time they are in the service. The cadets live in the school, take their meals thero and only to out on. Sundays and national holidays, or by permission and according to the Judgment of the commandant. theoretical-practicaThe studies of the l courses are, for the first six mouths, rules 'and regulations; auditing and military accounting; geography 'in general; elements of history, arithmetic ahd algebra!-elementof Spanish grammar and panoramic drawing. For the second six months tho studies embrace tactics wUlf the weapon 'used In the department to which half-yearl- y For years and years the prospectors In Honors, Mexico, have been searching for tbo second of She decided that grand opera St Paul nnd A Rurnrlilna Event made her first venture so successful that sho has continued In the business Mr. Drown (rushing excitedly Itto after the fashion of men engaged In the room) Msrle. Marie, Intelligence has Just reached me- tlvo ore beforo smelting in their crudo dobe fur the samo work. tr. timun irnlmlr InlemiptlEi naces. Later ho uncovered matctas, alt made of Not Quite Qualified. him) Well, thank bcaun. Henry rock, which must bave been brought a hard flint Follccman Do you havo to tako Ufo. Into the district from a considerable distance, as there Is no flint of tills hardness near tho mlno. caro of tho dog? avll ftlf trill Mil, V Nurse Olrl Tho missis nays VM In.n After pursuing his work tor several days, the drift I'm too young No. Inexperienced. I as he HIUI, love goodness for cooaneii can and in the rock led Into the ore lodge, but the old sake Schiller workings were found to bo closed up solid with only look after tho children. Life. would be a good thing for sIlL says. Something Vltltle. mo some tiaras, please, t want one for my wife ' "Yes. sir. About wbst rriM" "Well, at such a price that I c say: 'Do you see that woman with lh tlaral She Is my wire "Show ' Gullfoyle pursued his Investigation and found under the soil on the creok upland the remains of an old slag dump. As Is customary with the prospectors In Sonora, dullfoyle at once had this slagassayed. On account of the primitive methods of smelting employed by the ancient workmen the slag found on these old dumps Is usually rich enough to be worked over again In tho modern smelters, which leave nothing of value In the slag, but, strange to note, In this caso the. slag was found to bo absolutely worthless, Indicating that at this mine the pulverizing of the ore had assisted In the extraction of the metal values The antique smelters also knew a lot about the usa of" certain chemicals In the extraction of metal from tho ore and at (his mine probably one of those processes was used In connection with only fragments of the foundation of the which were found by excavation. The finding cf (he stone tools has caused con siderable Interest among those of an archaeolog ical turn of mind. The Spaniards ,wero experts In the manufacture of steel, so that tho tools were not used by thorn. Tho supposition Is that an Indian trlbet worked this mine anil that this tribe probably operated following the Invasion and occupation of the Spanish adventurers, It Is well known that thero Is a long gap between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries where the history of Old Mexico and that district now Including Arizona and New Mexico is missing, urobablv bo- cause Pie missionaries; finding hixi the crown ol Spain robbed overy mine feported, ceased to make raport of them. In 172Q the Indian klled nil the, mlnu workers In, Sonora and Arljona and many mines abaudoned'at that time, have ieen lost to the' world. Sonora has raBny'ialHsi'whlch, on opening, are found to be aailtuas"u;4rBJu of ' them are, very1 rich, fur-we- e. , Some Sweet " ' Day served You may be Tr-- with Post Toasties ,nd Cream temp'what a dainty, been ting food you have missing. Then you will Every serving vfos a friend Ky . ilS "TheMcmory Lingers attle Creek, M' Sold by Grocors. '.''utif Postutn Cereal Co., Ltd., SISTERLY HOPE OF MRS. CASSADT Sle Writes, TeNtag Hr EipriKC Wkk Cardtii, Tin Woman's Teak, aaa Hw It Cartel Do the Lawmaker Like Baseball? Well! W Mr linker,' ha began, and then ha topped. "Well," he continued, after ho had turned tho paper over once or twice In aatonlahmont, "1 gueaa I might aa well flnlah thla question. Somebody ban been kind enough to furnlih me with It-He Her. Brlnghurst, Ind. "Tor three years," writes Mrs. Jennie Casaady of Drjng-hurs- t, Ind., "I suffered from womanly Ml OH weakness. "J had serious female complaint, and ATint A TMI1 nUst- mww UtntIV TV!- auatiu was to bad I could hardly get around, JUlnt XTtnn ftKO 1 wrote you that I was sick ana but I took Card u I and It brought me not. uu uuj u. grt-a- t Icouiu relief. It cured that awful mis-trMr read: .loVnnaa ttrna Pflllp from which I suffered every month, "Mr Uakcr, If you wanted to attond Ketroflexlon. Whca special cominltteo which la tho after I had taken it for only two months. ball 1 would alt down X Merchant Marine ernoon gnmo In Washington this afttho Wnductln(C "1 hope all suffering women will try what tlmo would you atartr felt aa if I could not I a game states-biInvtstlfc-rUloIrtiue '"Thla blessed moment," aald tho Cardul, as I did, for by doing so they got up. I He entered tho coBinilttco room iLydlaE.Pinknam'a wttncii, can benefit themselves at home." rttfiitlr with ft Ion Hit of questions vogetanie uob. Whereupon adjournment wai taken. You can always depend on Cardul, pound and did Jusf Mch ho wnnted to propound to 11. N. Poitacrlpt Juit to be fair Olcott and for every bottle contains the ingredias you told me ana pUtr of Ilnltlmorc. the witness for now I am perfeetlr aftcrniNin, Olcott called Oio moot' the rest of tho committeemen went to ents necessary to help you. Prepared U, have a cured, and lin-r.manner, and tho floor of tho house, whero tho rail- In large quantities, according to tho ' ! let to order In tho uHal til. tiaKv very latest methods, from herbs espetireUIr arranged hli questions bef- road bill waa under consideration. Mrs. ANKA AVDERSOK. BOX 10. 11 look On another dny ltejircscntatlvo Oar-rc- tt cially Imported by the manufacturers. ore biro. Duck, Minn. , told thla atory: A slip of paper with a question on Its preparation, from first to last is unCoBsldcr This Advice. dar-rttA man went Into a lawyer'a office. It aa handed to Representative No woman should anbmlt to a surtl. " I want to sue my administrator," der tho superintendence of an cxpori-(nee- d ono of tho committeemen. Oar-rtcal operation, which may mean death, chemist and graduato physician, read the question and smiled. he said. until she has given LydiaE. Pinkliam'a "Oh," said the lawyer, suavely, "you who takes every precaution known to While Olcott wna absorbed In Ills wit Vegetable Compound, made exclusively from roots and herbs, a fair trial. Garrett tucked tho slip l Paper mean that you want to aue your sclc'nce to perfect the finished product jtni Ask your druggist Ho knows. He This famous mcdlcjno for womea issue tho others lying beforo the guardian.' "Perhaps you know more about It will tell you to take Cardul. Olcott went along with hit has for thirty years proved to.bo the chairman most valuable tonic and invito rator of than I do," said tho prospective client. NOTI1 Th Cardul Horn Treatmeat cwitlonlnir, llko thin: for Woma ron.lal of Cardul (SI) the femalo organism. "Women resid"I'm Just back from the war and Th.dford'a "Now. JIT uaaer, u you worn (36c), or ing in almost every city and town la to tike tho qulckoat and ahorteit they've pot me reported dead. They've Vrlo (Me), for th liver, aad Cardat tho United States bear willing testi BOc. Huenoa Ayrca what would started already to administer ray es- Anllarptlo alBilr, Turse rrmrdlra mar W mony to the wonaenui virtue or iyui br lafcrn br Ihrmaelrra, If dr tate. I want to aue that administra- slrrd. or three Inaeltter. aa a ramalete box. Foster-Mllbur-a route beH Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Unl E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. trealmeal for nomrn'i Ilia.. Write tot Thcro may bo pcoplrwho think they It cures female ills, and creates radianswered. Then Olcott came tor." TiVrr Ijidlra' AdrUnrr Ilepl Caattaaooga, always get their money's worth, but ant, buoyant female health. Ifyo He did. The Simple Shepherd! lo tho llp of paper. Medlrlne Co Clilaooo:a, Teaa for Inerlal loatrurtloas, aad e4paae book, are 111, for your own sake as well al A Cockney, while spending his holt wo never met any ot them. -tai lloiae Treatmrat for W'oraea," seat those you love, give it a trial. ' days In tho Hlehlands. met an old ylaia wrapper, oa reqarac Tr v HAVts- - n.iNKIt.t.FR fcyH, Mrs. Plnkham, shepherd driving a flock of ahec'p, draw the pain and inflammation from teftlnra and Invct bile. Hnotne and allar tne awful iavltcs all sick wofflfiB to writ Wlnhlnr to show off a bit. he said: HEADS USUAtLY EMPTY. Itcnlngof nxiaqullobltea. lie, tta and Me bottle. port of his allegations. hcrforadvlco. Ilcr advice is free, "Now, If I were a shepherd 1 would "Ho has cruel, unsympathetic, top Oft hath even a wholo city reaped ana aiways uci in.au. teach the sheen to follow me." turlng Instincts," Doctor Ilryant de"Oh, aye," said the shepherd, "and the evil fruit of a bad man. Heslod. clared. "I am not surprised that thla I hlv nao doot ye wld manage, for outbreak lias occurred. It Is distress-InDeMmr sheep In front If they saw anlther. of course, but to bo expected. s they wid bo euro to follow."' "Now, If you will notice," he continued, "that tho occipital protrusion Catarrh .Cannot Be Cured and the nasal atth LOCAL APPLICATIONS, ai thry eaoDot met distinction or being the first CaUrrtl kr a MooS or Iba ant ol Uu aietaae. "Hut how about TilE prosecuted for War spead a doHar whca 18e boys boa a I'ugh Interrupted. the goose?" Judge tfaeun tad tu eroer to ear tt rod BMUll , Interul paatM. 'Halt' Caurrti Cure la taken of CA5CARETS at any drug tore? Us cruelty to animals and acu tftnettr upon tba Mood aad surau root? under tho T "Oh, the goose! My goose Ah, m directed jet Ae" narural.'eaey rerak. aurfarr. llaU'a Cat arm Cur la not a ouaek U In tho police court. Tell to tho lot ot toe beat paiMrtan M prefcnerd sr. It yes," and tho witness returned to the Saves many dollars watted oa medi Ism la tM countrr ter rear and bb a rrtvlar pmrrMiikw. of Conrad F Springer, a resident of goose story. "Why, tho gooso waa that do not cure. Millions regularly It a oompOanl tt U brat ton la known., conbmed Gttrs road, near Chevy Chaso. Buy ulth the brat blood purllim. actmc dlrretrr on the box now 19m CASCARETS. badly Injured." mucoua aurttrr. The prrfert eonbtaanon, of the lbrscs, cava, sheep, lambs, chick-(s- i, week's treatasest proof la the mora two iMTrtxau M wnat produer aucti wondrrnil Tho Injuries were minutely " dedog, cats, pigeons, turkey, lss la curiae catarrh- - Heod tor tntunonlaia, me. F. J. CHENEY CO, Itopa. Toledo. O. CASCARKTS roe a box for a week's i u4 even monkeys have beerf given scribed, poid ot Druccuta. pnn 7M. Ella I think those fellows aro gettreatment, all drogglat. Biggest aeller Springer emphatically denied that Tax Uall'i 'amU7 1'Ol lor eonatlpaUaa. the protection of tho law In prevloua In tbe world. Mlliioa boze a suato. ting their heads together over somebut never before has ono of the Lo had been cruel to the goose. mo, thing. Arithmetic. "Nor any other gooaa, your honor, I fatnlly drifted Into court. Amcranse Stella Yes; I guess there's someTeacher If I give you one appli KaL.ciisa, It waa described as a gray goon, llko geese." ho asserted with vehething in It tatotsf vHlMta Ukaiap. Y'ounc American Don't do it, teach' A Pkasinf Sense of Health mence. "They'ro fine birds to have LmU ailLisftisW three years old, somewhat weighty, of Which ono? Ella Tt r v f BwtalaMt er, and you won't start any ot that n. J -- Jl a kindly disposition and motherly In yjout one's placo." ouengui ivenewcu hiu v lmr trouble that Adam and Eve got Into, ataallf fnjar aa ttr attention to raising broods. 8ho "Tho complainant is your neighbor, BABY WASTED TO SKELETON UiIbsJ. Oaafkto4tV Ewe and Comfort tUv.UrailaMlffs and bruised isn't lie?" Judgo l'ugh asked. i "cruelly battered CUT THIS OUT eriatfwt.4fcSOa. "Ho la," tho defendant replied. with stones" by Springer, charges her lnil mall tn tba A. II. Lewi Medicine Co.. followa tliu use of Syrhip ofiTiga and "My llttlo son, when about a year SUlula. Mo., and. they will eml you free Lj UMtVaittin, oa.r Dr K. A. Ilryant, a dentist The court ascertained that Doctorg and a halt old, began to havo sore's a 10 day treatment of N ATUItirS HKME-D- x.niir oi ouiuia, as jv bui kluiiJ uai LrMaUm, iMlNl Ilryant was a defendant In a Tt men are neighbor. tNn tabtets) Qunranteea for Llv- - the kidneys, liver and bowels, cleans-in- ir physiConstipation, Sick Headache, caso about a Treck before come out on his face. I had a The dentist was the first witness. tho svstom. eilectuallv. when con n n. nilAit IKlMIH KllM hV cian treat him, but tho sores grew nli ' I with Springer as complainant After telling that he saw tho defendDruRgUt. Iletter than Pills for Liver stipated, or bilious, and'diBpeU cpldsi did I do then. Mr. Clerk!" worse. Then they began to coma out Ills, it a ire to you. tvrua touay. "What ant hurl a stono at the gooso and hit anu ncauQcncs. on hjs arms, then on other parts of Rnt wut IS MONEY th mark, and repeat the performance tho court asked. THROWN AWAY. Self-lovIs the only kind that puts To eef its beneficial efTects, always his body, and then ono came on his Writ, tods? for our caarplanbfvhlcb yoa ct UVB with effect several time, tho witness "Personal bond," waa the reply. buy the genuine, manufactured by IN YOCK QWN HOME while p7lar lot It la aud- e same in thla chest worso than tho others. Then I n man In the undertaker's hands. "Well, mako directed attention to the phrenologicjicwi ao awe taaa real. Aoonaa ITinaaniarwa called another physician. Still be Syrup uj. tho California al attributes of Mr. Springer, in sup one," Judgo Pugh directed. JACKSON LOAN Or TRUST-CO- . grow worso. At tho end of about a JACKSONi M1W. K. Caataol West. ' To cure coatlvene the medicine rauit ba .soo a purgative; It mutt contain tonic. year and, a half of suffering ho grow more thanaiu catnaruc propertie. alterative DEFIANCE so bad that I had to tlo his hands in W. N. U., MEMPHIS, NO. Bakes laundry work a pleasure. 18 oz. pks. 106, cloths at night to keep him from l)y tho way, havo any of tho boys scratching tho acres and tearing; tho jww. MV Pr", FvT been to seo you?" flesh. Ho got to bo a mere skeleton, Tho man whoso mind had cleared and was hardly able to walk. poaaei these qualltlea, an4 apeedlty reatore "My aunt advised mo to try Cut!-cur- a tome bowel their natural periatutic motion. looked up In astonishment at bis o eiacnUal to nllllailTj al "A lad came into 'my store lately and said : Soap and Cutlcura Ointment I friend. "Why, certainly, lota of them have sent to a drug storo and got a cake of all wlntar have been using a New Perfection Oil Cook-StoCLmsj a UtoiNl been to seo mo," he aald. "Thcro are Cutlcura Soap and a box of the Ointin my apartment. X want one now for my summer home. X think 'trvttTftbWUdoM It. Writ tor Prouf. Adnr At, tho thrco or four of them under tho bed ment and followed directions. I'bllsVlCiCatiU, 1. sr. CllJUtfi. 234 Noitb lUtb these oil stoves axe wonderful. If only women knew what a end of two months the sores were all now." comfort they are, t bey would all nave K a statesman or Month In Ha.hit Treated. had typhoid Ho has never had any sores well. one. I spolto about my stove to a Jot ONI rr trill. CaUa where whtr He waa very ill. For days rcracdici havt filled, tpccullr of my, friends, and they were astonA llttlo newsboy makca most of his ol any kind since. I can sincerely say rintrnlin. til doctors thought be must die. Ho lncomo selling papers in tho house that only for Cutlcura my child would Dr. K. O. QOmXlL. MidrtirtMi. (.it 13d IU,Ttrli ished. They thought that there was H i4 W. ai delirious nearly all tho tlmo. office building. He has separated the havo died. smell and smoke from an oil stove, and I used only one ckko of After a whllo ho became a little betthat it heated arootn just like any other Democrats from tho Republicans, sc Cutlcura Soap and about three boxes stove. I told them of my experience, ter Ho begged that ho be permitted that ho won't make any mtstako In of Ointment and one after another they got one, and to ire another statesman whom ho "I am a nurse and my profession they "Josh" him. at now, not one of them would givo hers u particularly fond of. Tho friend his replies when do. Ho camo Into brings mo into many different famCellice up for five times its cost.' " they constantly ft MSUadlaonArJlemplila. came Howland'a ofllco the ilies and It la always a pleasure for Congressman The lady who said this had thought lto'yuu want to ImoruT "Well, Jim," said tho caller, "how an oil atovo was all right for quickly other day. Congressman Duroy oi mo to tell my atory and recommend ronr edBcaUonaland BnaneUlcendiUonl If a) aend ut you getting alongf heating milk for a baby, or boiling a Cutlcura Remedies. Mrs. Egbert Shel- tor our ire UluilraUd catalug. It leU rou bow. York waa there. Jim said ho waa getting along all Now kettle of water, or' to make cofieo "Son," said 1 lowland, "aro you a don, Litchfield, Conn., Oct 23, 1909." rttht, but Juat then he bad a alight quickly ia the morning, but she, never Democrat or a Republican?" attack of his former delirium. Tho, dreamed of uatog it for difficult ot Hard to Choose. Tho boy had forgotten Durey"B heavy cooking. Now sbo knows. friend tried to soothe him, but ho was "Edward," said tho teacher, "you NAY, MILL FEES, SEE! OATS Ho hoaltated. Da you really appreciate what a New eonfusod in bhr talk, and apparently have spelled the word rabbit with two mean ts you i No Perfection Oil "Thla fellow'a a Democrat and yoc t's. You must leave ono of them out" Seed Corn, Mixed Chicken Feedl Parity Mixed uaabio to understand altogether what mor coal to carry, no mora coming to the reed, Wade' Mixed Alfalfa Feed for Horae dinner table ao tired out tbat you cant eau know what I am," aald Howland. "vat transpiring. "Yes, ma'am," replied Edward; and Mule. Write u. Elerator and W'are- luat light a Parfectlon Stov and immediately M CaaHoairy Kete : B ur "Jim. you've been pretty sick, but "Now, what aro you?" "whloh onoT bouikt on I. and Y. A M. V K. II. th beat from an tntens blu flam aboota up to the bottom of pot, kettle or oven. Uut m you get tbi tOTTa you're all right now. You'vo bctn'do The boy knew Howland for a Ho SO N. Front Street, Memphis, Term that th nam.Dlata H th room Isnt heated. Tber Is no smoke, no Urlous, All Old Folks you know; raada McwPerfeci am.ll, no orftald beat, no drudgery In tba but that's all publican, It was pretty tough to b kitchen what on of thcio stoves Is used. position. Hut at length Tliot take NATUItirs IIHMEDT (NR paned," put Into this FIREPLACE tablets) tonight will Utl better In the "Ves, I've been out or my head a ho nnswered: mornlrc. It sweeten tho stomach, correct the liver, bowel and kidneys, prefood deal, I gueaa," Jim agreed. "Hut "Uoth." vent blllouaneas and eliminates tlio my mind's all And ho said It llko a statesman hint cleared up now." Liver Ills, Iletter than 1111 became. It' different lt' thorough, uasy--. Call, or write u for ou 11AUO AIM PRICES oa "Sure, you know what'a going on. self, for ho didn't, .mile. sure to act. Oet a o Uox. All DrusgUts. Mcntete, Tiling and Qrates Tee A. 1L Lewis Modlctno Co., BU Louis, Orer M) Aealgn on exhibition In our show room. We are the largrat baudler of Mantel in the South. IV. J. NOUTHCllOKS His Future. MANTBI. A OIl.lTK CO. id bt., Meuibl Ella What did your aged suitor say It has a Cabinet Top with a ahelf for keeping plates and food hot. Th ,1s gained experience sumption. A when ho proposed to youT nickel finish, with the blight blue of the chimneys, makea the atove ornamental tho industry may bo enlarged and a you bo my widow! and attractive. Made with 1, 3 and 3 burners; the 2 and Stella Will stove can be had with or Without Cabinet market established. Many men havo Ad bar them made Into new ruxa. Can at any Every dealer everywhere I If net at your, writ for Descriptive Circular Trifle Sensitive If You Are manner. atudot carp.t. W par frelshtobameaone way oa tnado tho transition in this About the alie of jour shoea, many people oatoftown ord.r. Carpet cleaning la all brancbu. to tba nearr-- t agency of tha Others have started with ono or two wear (mailer ehora by ualnn AlleB'a M.uipula abune to. Cuub. pbonaUd. Antlaepllo ruwder to cows, and have lot tho business grow the cure Tired, Hwolleu,aliake Into the ahor. MEMPHIS STEAM CARPET CLEANING CO. AenlugIt 'eet and (lettorporatcd) Others have suc- rlre reat and eomfott. Juat tlta IhlDg tor from tho proflts. and RUQ FACTORY brraaltif; In errrrwhere, Ste. by beginning In a smalt way Hampio aeut uovr ahoea. Hold Allen U. Olmited. 4H and 440 ceeded SU MEMPHIS. HUH. rilEC Addrcu, Bl Tho knowlodgo h ltor, If, JjfTriETAKY WILSON of tho depart- - with poultry or fruit gained In this way, both as regards rncnt of agriculture has Just Is tho nlm of tho man behind the it Don't crltlclsQ a fool; fools can" concerning his yor book. W. J. Splllmnn, tho details of farming and gun to make his mark. neip being rooiisii. methods of marketing, finally enable srleulturlu ?n chargo of tho office to abaodon bis city emMr. Wlnilow'a Soothing- - Syrup. of farm mauagemont, Irr. pi.r.'ePletant rellHa rrulat nd Inrl. haa written an tho beginner become a farmer. rarrhlUraa armie iioiuacu, nvrr ana pnwri. ployment and aiuiu4Uou(alUjlpla.cuiea!ld uulle. xUjlUa rticle on "Farming aa an Occupatunj, gnuiui, eaay uum xajuoignpe. ion tor "An Interesting cao of this kind Men." He hands Is what you aro worrying about Never let matters como to aa open At the Iowa ut oni8 tips that city mun might xntnn in notice recently. renlly worth while? rupture. 1901) the ear of. JMt by if urban life Isn't all It's state corn show in crt.rked op to bo. corn which took tho grand prize, ana it Is feasible." ho says, which was sold at auction for I1C0, . "Wherever very good plan for the city man: wus produced by a farmer who ten hts no knowledge of farming years provlously had been a driver of &d ho desires to become a farmer a laundry wagon lu tho city of Dei to more to thy suburbs and begin Moines. It must bo rccognlrod, howa small way as a gardener. At ever, that men who havo thus sucZ'1. lh principal aim should be to ceeded have invariably bovu men of MauMa ttvaaa ugly, orlzzly, gray hairs. Us LA CREOLE" HAIR RE8TOREK. PRICE, SI. OO, retail. Woduce (meg cnpi for jjomt' con- - unusual ability," y, d Importation of Leeehee. 'Leeches are enumerated by the bu reau of statlstles .under its general bead of animals imparted, the' total value of the imports of this, species in 190S having been $B,3U; In 1907, K.922! In 1906, $4,494 In 1906, 13,862; in J904, $3,GE9; In 1903, $3,240, and In 1902, $2,412 the commerce In leeenes befag thus of a growing character. The total value ef the leeches Im parted Into the VnKed States in the decade ending with' 19S, la about $40,-MLee shea are imported free of duty. Snails were at one time enu merated as ah article of Importation, the records from 1891 to 1898 showing snails Imported to the extent of about $(,000; but the snail trade so dwindled, showing only $24 of Imports in 188, that tho bureau discontinued Its statements of this article. Do farmers eat TtiA farmar t, tt ." Rlnrk-Draaa- ht 1 en the tablfl than he am ten years agar It's a good thing that this is so, because ho has a great variety to select from, He should, however, uo great eare In selecting for toe beat results m neaiia and strength. The widespread tendency In the city to Increase tho amount of Quaker Scotch Oats eaten Is due very largely to the recent demonstrations' by scientific men that the Quaker 8ntcb Oats, fed man Is the man with' greatest physical endurance anu greatest men tal vigor. i atinnlft Varmarm thla RUbleCt thought and should Increase careful the quantity or tiuaaer scoicn uais eaten by themselves, their children and tho rarm nanus. Packed In regular packages, and In hermetically sealed tins for hot C7 HELP FOR THE AGED. climates. Cause of the Rush. No Nted to Longer Suffer from Kidney "Hail. sad. to seo humanity ever en Trouble. gaged In a mad rush for wealth." 'Forget It. Them fellers Is on their Mrs. Catherine Sullivan, 1712 Mof-- way to tho ball pari:." Joplln, Mo., says: "Like most fatt St, elderly people, I suffered from kidney Important to Mothers r,.min fnrffnt1v nvnrv bottlo of trouble for years. My back ached in. CASTOItlA, a sate and sure remedy for tensely and thcro was a feeling of Infanta and children, ana see icai n my numbness In Dears tho . fl- spine. My hands Signature clLJui&tteUcJuY. cramped and tho For Over 30 Years. urinary passagos In TJso Kind You Havo Always cougnu The were profuso. Doctors prescribed for Truth Is said to be stranger than mo but I was not fiction, yet It is only In fiction they get benefited. At last married and live happily ever after. began taking Doan's Kidney Pills They drove my troubles away, and I For fled. Itchlna; Byellda. Cyt, Stye That Fnlllnc Eyelashes and All Kye Aep-tlnow enjoy excellent health." Need Care Try Murine c.Eye B.tlve. Drug-Fl- o Alc Your Tube Trial Blxe Remember tho name Doan's. llcmedy Co., or For sale by all dealers. CO cents a unicago. Write Murlno Eye larsjer the prefer sort ef feeelT at today burs a mucn ge proprtlos:of the food-tha- t ANOTHER, WOMAN ; CURED Waa.aiSSaasaBBaSlasaa ' ByLydiaEePitakfiam's Vegetable Compound took . " v 1 at Haled to Court for Beating a Goose rrti at ,av, g, TIt-DIt- eonm-tutlon- A$for a Dime - nwdl-t(- u dAisy uA it ' fly killer r;:.. M tsaustt-s- Y stono-throwin- Ilheu-matlt- T boOT PAY RENT e iig Yes, the Statesman's Mind Was Clear J Tuffs Pills A Storekeeper Says: 10. Ctli Wit w Starch "'I ve tr, OPIUM 1 '"s1 MM, a Memphis Directory Hal tan' hiimss poll-tics- . JOHN WADE i SONS Cook-Sto- v II it rheu-matli- MANTELS NcW Pcrcctiort Oil Cook-stov-e Standard Oil Company Citv Brd Men as Tillers of the Soil Savt your Old Carptis root-Kat- pub-llsho- d pugar-Coai- Clty-llro- NIGHTS OF UNREST. ; HOW'S THIS. Wo offer Ono ferths ward for any caHundred Dollars re of UeUrrh that desire to inform my friends that ! am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly be longed to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am now prepared to give you the best of service in this line. I am now selling genuine I Notice 4 A TON Qrkr's Jmt feu ' No Sle.p, No Rett, No Peae Sufferer from Kidney roubles. To mnke n homo out of n household, nice thing may help, but nolh InK itoca so much as kindness. Tonch ft child to mind a you tench him Ills letters. You don't eipe.t him to learn them all in n minute, but ono nt n tlmo. Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Don't rob jour wife nil your life tlmo In order to make sumn .provision for her in rase you should ! first taken nwny. If you havo a home and nro out of Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. A. A. FARIS debt, don't fret and worry yourself and Rood wife Into the grave for t of making money. You hate only one life to live, and It la brief at best Take a little plensuroe and comfort ns you go day by dny. and try to do n little Kood to others. A morbid, Insatiate desire to jmhscss the earth, to grab everything In sight Is at the foundation of more misery than nlmost nny ono filng. Wealth will never keep memory green n good life and kind actions will. Money Making. nctlve man in IllcVrnan I" hustling for money money Riony Yes, even the Courier man la afimoney writing these lines became Kvery there's money In It. To the Public PHONE 73 When in need of TIN and PLUMBING WORK for quick service. teed and strictly All work guaran- first-clas- s. Figure With You And We'll Do Your Work Let Is Hickman Plumbing & Tinning Co. Phone 73 E. W. Adams, Sec. and Treas. J. Q. Adams, Manager Visible Writing; Originated Twelve years ago in the UNDERWOOD STANDARD TYPEWRITER TODAY It la recognized ern business. at the one type of machine practical for modhave fallen Into line and I to It, and If tho sea fall, lays there honesty, sobriety and Industry can and dies. The world In full of hu accomplish his highest ambition. If man lobsters; young men who have this arttclu happens to strike a young the ability and the muscle, but are man who Is waiting for something to waiting for something to turn up. turn up, may he awnke to the real I Tho struggles of life produce self ties of this life. reliance. Peril la the self school of education. He who battled with pov Our Boys. erty and ill luck, will be far strong , boys will bo boys; and why er than ho who has reveled In tbo lap nf luxury. Head tho biographies should they not? Now, a boy should of Uio world's jreat men nnd you will go to school, but there Is no partlcu find they started In very humbbi cir- lar pleasure In that, fur fun bo want cumstances. Abraham Lincoln, Jns and fun ho will have. Your boy Garfield, and a score of others, tes should bo always nice and clean; It tify to this. Help yourself. Kvery make him look well but even that man has all hu can do to attend to does not satisfy his frisky nature. his own buslnesH. He has no time boy should go to meeting, once or or inclination to help you. If you twice during thu week, but, good ns get ralred by tho wayside in nios he Is, ho wilt crave for pleasure stniKKtes. null tho harder and catch Wo lovo a boy lth.n merry twinkle In bis eye; ho looks stemming; and. besides, ho will need all thu spirit of a young colt before hu gets through tho world. If properly trained It will bo to him what steam I to an en up with the maddening hustling crowd In the bustlo of life. Once out In Self Reliance. the world' verylng scenes, you hav . tilbbon well nnd truly said. "Kvery to depend upon your own endeavors, person has two educations ono which There are many thing that bring ho receives from others, nnd one. out self reliance. Tho canary sings more important, which he gives him the sweetest when its eye aro put out. Tho flower give forth it full self." Help yourselves nnd tho fragrance when crushed. It la alway will help you. It la no use In these days to sit around, and Mlcawbar Ilk tho darkest with us before dawn, wait for something to' 'urn up. You John Calhoun, when at college, was laughed at by his schoolmate for hi mUst take hold of tho wheel of for tune nnd use your muscle. It has untiring exertions. Hu replied, wisely been said: "Ho who begins must, to be able to fulfill my position with crutches will end with crutches. in the legislative hall of this nation." I no excuse for nny young It Is said tho lobster, when left high There dry upon tho bind, baa not en man or ordinary ability to alt down and crgy enough to work bark into Its and mopo over split milk. Tho world I before you. Any young man with element but waits for tho sea tocomo It Is the object of tho world's pursuit. Men In every wnlk?Jtllfe arc striving for Rain. It la a legitimate object. It Rives bread, clothing, com fort nnd homes, and the world judge wisely when It make the position a man occupies binge comparatively raore or less on his ability to earn money nnd somewhat on the amount of hi possessions. If he Is poor It nrguea either some defect In hla ex pendlturea or a lack of practical cdu cation to cope with men In the battl for gold. When a boy leave homo It I gen orally to enter upon some business, tho end of which Is to acquire prop erty, and he will succeed Just .a proportion ns he la trained for work Kvery community is filled with young and middle aged men who are fnllur e because they know not hi tig of bust training having been liens their theoretical, not practical and useful Many are tied to pursuit tbey heart lly dislike, nnd which are much be low their capacity and ability, and would change their course of life and bettor tholr condition but for the fact that relatives and friends generally oppose rather than encourage them. the kidney auferer Pala and distress (rem mora to night. (Jot up with a lame back. Twinges of backache bother you all day. Dull aching breaks your rest at night. Urinary disorder add to your misery. Oct at the cause cure tho kldneya, Doan's Kidney Pills will work tho c.tre. They're for tho kidneys onl- yHave made great cures In HIckmai.H J. It, Weatncrly, Third & Ivy sts., Hickman, Ky., says: "For some tlmo I was afflicted with a most annoying casu of kidney complaint. The kidney secretions- - were far too frequent In passago and I had to got up soma nights as often aa seven times. Ir the morning I felt tired and little llko doing tho day's work. I tried nny number of romcdle and doctored but to no avail. Finally Doan'a Kid ney Pill canio to my notice and get ting a supply at Helm Ktllson Drug Store, I began taking them The contents of tbreo boxes of thin remedy restored my kldneya to normal condition and Improved my health." Kor sale by all dealer. Price 69c Foster-MllburCo.. Dutfale, N. Y, solo agent for the United State. Jtcmember the name Doan'a ai d take no other. No peace for cannot bo cured by llajl's Catarrh Ch Co., Toledo, J' Wr, ho tHidirsigncd. have known V. J. Cheney for thu last ir, y,.nr, and ttellevo him perfectly honorable In all bnlsneiui transaction nnd financially abto to carry out nny by his firm. Wahllng made Klnnan & Marvin, Wholesnlo , Toledo, Ohio, Hall's Catarrh euro Is taken Inter-nallacting directly npm tho j.loo.1 and mucous surfaces of th system Testimonials sent freo. Price 7C cent per bottlo. Sold by all druggist, Take Itali a Family PHI for ANOTHir WOMAN CURED RvLvriinP -v 7r iro I llbjck Z .'"'y s drur-gists- 4 D:nf.L-.- .. vegetable Cornnoimri Duck, Mma wroto you ti.it "'Mianrs Of ceurso price for nlumblnr tinning will come down now, but you will have to set my pricea to aeojust how low they go. John Cotton. O i'?0 . eialS Sift: lur a... vi, :"V """"on, or Nsastlv Honestv. "What would you do with an honest man when you found blsiT "1 dotj't know," answered Diogenes, reflectively. "If be was one of those people who are honest simply because they have never been tempted, I'd have to struggle with myself to keep from getting up a green goods game a scnem to ta. Mott'a Nervine Pills f title great serve and brain treatThe ment for men and women, produce mm n ul naw l am rfmw strength and vltalHy, build up the system and renew tho normal vigor. " "K Far sale by dnaatlata or by mall, $1 Mrs. Aw. ,4A. . Mk, buck m. ; per box, 6 bexea for 6. Hickman toiiHlclcr TliU a.i.u- Drug Ce Incorporated. Xo woman slu.uul subnuttoa O cal awn Ion. whut, nay n,n .Eft Watch for the BMJK MARK en i.ntil sb lus given I idti egetablo Compound, tho upper right hand corner of your ly from roots and beibs, a falr ttUl Courier. It Is to notify you that your This famous subscription la about to expire. No l.a for thirty year. pwviVua! mot .valuable tonic and iiron" paper are sent eel after the Urn female organism ml la eel tig In a most ewijr city ?ota tho United States Va'r 1iuu,S O Tho Hickman Courier haa a nlco K. nnkhnm's Vegetable t int-m. 3 story brick houao and It cure female Ills, ami rrrstf, nn. two good lot for aale cheap. All Im- ant, juoyaiit female health. If provement, two collar, cistern, etc are 111, for )our own sake until u It will cost f3.Gee to build house, our those yon love, give It a trlaL price tim. Mrs. IMiihlinjii, nt l.ynn, AskJerNe. t Invite nil nick uoinen to Mu rinj For a strictly high grado patent her fornllci. Ileradtloebfree. und always helpful. flour try Whtta Swan, Red liose or Carnation Travts. sVtH i- -v nadS 'sub-serlpU- eooooooeeesso TRY A COURIER WANT AD. hla mosey" WHY NOT TRY? Popham' Possible Explanation. ASTHMA REMEDY In the beginning, we are. told, the world was without form and void. Olve prompt and positive relief la In time it became the custom for a every- case. Sold by druggist, man to tell a woman she was all the price St. Trial package by world to him. mall. 16c Came then the arbiters of fashion who saw that here was a discrepancy Williams' Mfg. Co, Prop, Cleveland. between History and fact Therefore they cunningly devised woman' garments so that she would be without apparent form, and society soon regulated her conversation so that she should seem void. - , , The Chupett idvtrtlilrg Medium 3,600 I Read by Every Wnk Psopl t I s COSTS ONLY ONE CENT PER WORD PER WEEK, 00 0 oo oooososO A Ghance 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 Sheet Irdti, Iron Tanks Water Pipe, Shovels, Forks Cinders, Wagon Scale Ird 'i 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'n 3 Plain Chairs Safe, Stoves Bookkeeper's Desk and Stool Burroughs Adding Machine Cabinet for Stationery Water Filters Small Counter Scale Postal Scale Letter Press See me at the Oil Mill Office BOID SUBDIYISIOH THE PLACE TO PUT YOUR MONEY... t All of the old time maker THE RESULT have adopted this construction. Ttila stamp of approval Sroin rival manufacturers has but served to strengthen public confidence- In ttio machine that has led the way. Don't be persuaded Into liuylng a "trailer" look over the Underwood and you will un dorstaud why wo say it la - "The Machine You Will Eventually Buy." THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO. Inc. Cor. Main and Fourth Sts., LOUISVILLE Best for Investment Best for Homes In the growing end of 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. IT JJOW A. E. KENNEDY Try the Courier's Want Colunifllc per word J gine, uiu u over occur to you 'o turn boy yourself und lay aside your dignified, serious ulrs? Try It Play with them; Iuugh'wlth them: talk with them; sing with them; nnd, when night comes, you can pray with them with a result you little dream ed of. If they can always have more pleasure with you than anybody else you will ulwaya know where they are. Did you over notice how tho older animals play with their young? It look funny, you will admit . Wo hav often laughed at an old stiff- legged horse playing with a colt, and what n rpieer gumo of "tag" It was; tho baby horse beat every tlmo, but tho llttlo ono always kept close to IU mother, and wus never heard to uelgh, Parents, tako a lesson and It will bo pottslblo to kuow where thu "wandering boys are tonight. RUSSELL JOHNSON WILLIAMS' IfnVA vnli KIDNEY PILLS, wmiF IrMnuvsT PILE8I PILE8I Wllllaia- - Indian Pile oln,mJVil'! euro Ullud, Illecdlug aud ltthl system and caused trouble with your It absorbs the tumor.. .. I 1 .1 .. .. .. If.... .. .. . . I .1 at onco. acU as a poultice. slant relief. William.' W In loins, aide, back, groins and blad for I'I.e. J U prepare derT Have you a flabby aoDoarHUCO prtvato pari. tie of tbo faee, especially under the eyeu mall 60c and It. WUItaiM Too freauent a desire to naaa urluot l'rop., Cleveland, oaio. o If so, WllUama' Kidney I'illa wlU eure Km OmuUt. Seal tm- -l nwoMlit. afiee Me. ravl.tuil M Iliva vnil nvnrwnrlruil vnnp nervnu "J Jj. "'w'