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The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team, M0.l A BtO MAKE HIKX fl 7M MrtM Himi sromstr Ltt'i H4ftfltf Mks& JfWt MM StfrM want th iNirrr W cow to 7m iltwlMi month Advertising la thB Team that Pulls the Commercial VOLUME OLDEST Grease the Hxles ot Your Wagon, Old Man,, and Hitch Up FAfER IK WESTERN XERTDOKT l HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1910. ESTABLISHES II TIE TBAI J.BSB Drug Store Conundrums there any sense pay- ing more for your Drugs than wc charge? Is We do not think there is wc buy the best qualities the markets afford irtDruga mid DrugSundrics and we buy in such quantities that we get the very best possible prices. Any one may buy the same qualities we do, but it takes a big business to handle big quantities our big trade is recognized. Art Raising Better Stock-Th- : AFTER - THOUGHTS On Many Different Subjects ere Reason For Raising Rates f Mammy on a Strike I I I Is a growing disposition the farinor of Kultou county to raise n better grade of llvo stock of all kinds horses, rattle, mules, hogs, sheep and oven poultry which means much for thu future prosperity of the county. An Expensive Railroads uro their freight rates forced to Increas on account of wages, prices of materials, taxes and dnmago suits. All of these thlngW contribute to thu Incrcsso of freight rntes, nil of which must conio out tit $ tho consumer after all. I o Johnson Tops St, Louis Market The State's Judiciary seems to be From tho fit. Unils Llvo Stock lie-- , going backward Instead of forward. porter, May 27, we clip tho following: The legislature at Its last session "II. 1. Jolinaon, a well known stocW saw fit to Increase tho salaries of timti anil Mtrular ii.Imh ixt ttita mnrlftl circuit Judges $1 200. notwith.t,.ndlng from IIIHtumn( Ky., wng OI1 Ul(J mMA it is lu spirit, if not In letter. n ket with a loud of sheep Including fiG violation of the constitution. This head ot spring lambs that averaged wr.s done It Is said. In order to got L,, , If),d t $) 50 TheM better mate for circuit Judges, and mml)g ,,. ,u , top of ot nlwi to allow them to live In that day's market but. they brought moro kind of stylo neceMary for men of than any lambs from Kentucky In their ponlllnn. , several wVeks." This $1,200 Incrense per annum, add Ml. Johnson has shipped II cars ed to the $3,000, the original salary. of stock during tho month of May. brings them up to $,200. The people' T.. ,,mJM, iiiku prices, no says. will not have any better Judges nt are musing n reneivcil Interest In thn lt.200 a year than they have hnd at live stork Industry of Fulton county. $3,000. Ilesldcs the taxpayers of the State will b railed upon to my many thousands of dollars for theso salary This Hour of Fragrance Increases without receiving any bene- I feel In myself tho future life. I Hts. nin like a forrest onco cut down, the new shoots arc stronger nnd livller Little Margie's Slan- gthan- ever. I am rising, I know, toSlang Is tabooed In the home of a ward the sky. The sunshlno is ou my West lllckmnti family principally be head. The earth gives me Its gencause there Is n bright Utile girl who erous sap, but heaven lights mo with llaplsys a persistent nptltudo In re the reflection of unknown worlds. taining oxpreaslvo but slang phrases. You say that the soul Is nothing but The other evening at supper, the the resultant of the bodily powers, mother, fnther and daughter drifted Why, then Is my soul more luminous into the vernacular nnd n fresh start when my bodily powers begin to fall? was ueccxnary. The little girl .start- - Winter Is on my head, but oterBjU I breath at oil It. "I'm certainly not' struck on spring Is In my heart. Ibis hour tlii .fragrance of the lilacs, this bread," she remarked. "Margie," said her mother, "you tho violets add the roses, as at twenty years. The nearer 1 approach the want to cut that slang out."' end the plainer I hear round me the That's a peach of a wny to correct Immortal symphonies of the worlds the child," commented the father. which Invite me. It Is marvelous, 'I know," replied the mother, "but yet simple. It Is a fairy tale, and It I Juat wanted to put her wise." Ik history. For a half century I've been writing my thoughu lu prose O and ln verso; history, philosophy, Editors Awful Liars drama, romance, traditions, satire, X preacher said: "You editors dare ode nnd song. I have tried nil. Cut not tell the truth, your newspaper I feel I have not said the thousandth part of what Is In me.- - Whei I no would fall." Tho editor replied: "You nro right down to the grave I can say like mioy "1 have finished my day's and the minister, who will at all others: times, tell the truth about his mem- work." Hut I cannot say: "I have bers, living or dead, will not occupy finished my life." My day's work The n mcKninn puipu more mnn one Sun wilt begin tiio next morning. day, and will find It necessary to get tomb is not a blind alley; it Is a out of town lu a hurry. The press thoroughfnre. It closes on- the twiand the pulpit go hnml lu hand light; it opens on tho dawn. Victor Hugo. and kind words with whlto-was- h magnifying small vlrtuen Into larger ones, tuo puipii, press ana graveTri Worrying About the Futu stones nro tho great umvirate." Some cheerful Idiot is now harms-sintho public mind by present sciTho good minister went away look ing very thoughtful, while ye editor entific calculations to prove that the turned to his work, telling about tho comet will strike mother earth upon yean surpassing beauty of the bride, when Its return visit soventy-flvlOnu nnv In fact she was as homely as the Mc saint-making o nlnt g'wlne to do no wusliln' I nlnt g'wlno to cook no mo' alnt g'wlne clean no winders, I alnt g'wlne scrub no flo' alnt g'wlno tend no furnace, I alnt g'wlno cut no grass, suro alnt g'wlne do nuffln Till do comet done got pas . England and grasd patron of tho An clent Accepted Scottish Kite of Fret) Masons in the United Kingdom, having received the 38 rd and last degrees In that branch of Free Masonry, Thero was not a member In the world who took a deeper or more active Intesest In the affairs of thn Masonic order. Masonry everywhere received bis hearty and unqualified King Edward as a Mason supfrt, and his presence at importalways The late King Edward was the ant Masonic functions was living Free Mason. sousht for and usually with success. most prominent For nearly forty years ho was Identified with the order, during wlilch tlmo Suite's Bzeellenee 1 the Base ot he served as grand master of the our new, high grade fler, cwaateed grand lodgos of England, Ireland, Scot to be the beat IhMMcsmb. Your land and Wales, and also grand prior money back If sot saUsfled. Betters-wort- h of tho order ot Knights Templar In P rather. ' Judiciary Helm & Ellison Th Results of Idleness rests ,upon thn exerted a bane-I- i influence, not only hi Hickman, Ut the world around. Tho theory t.ii Idleness l more honorable than tin that It In morn respectable lo consume what others have produced t lu j to be a producer of wealth has not only robbed society hut It has ci on enormous sbui nvatf-an almost Imputable gulf be-innd those si the leisure clnsscit who support thi'iu. Ilerause some maxine themselves above work, while v hen aee before them nothing but s l.fe of drudgery, there U constant warring and much bitterness. When nieti and women',WebHie juhaftlid of duing nalhliiK and drive lo Eire full compensation for all tbey receive from society, there will' bo harmony between tho classes, nnd ijot until then. We mum fully learn tho lesson that employment at some useful vocation In cssentlul to tho physical ! b, Intellectual development, and d Wo ought to be moral growth. to present lu the lives of our children, examples Increasing In number of men and women who find In contributing to tho welfare ot their fellow beings, and this ought uur to bo difficult, for every depart-uirii- t of huinnu activity has a fnsclna-UoTin oillum which urk of tho hand ha our-k,.rd no-ct- y pro-paredo-hj- or Its own. O A Day In June-J- ust Jut Juit Just Just Jiikt Juat Just Why Juat Why Juat a tiny patch of moonlight, s summer night lu June; a hammock, a pluxxu, a dieaiuy distant tunc. a cuddy girl Uorido you, an arm ml her waist, a prcbsunt llp.'it of two lips, a parUng made In haute, are lovers all molested at moments Just like this? aru unjust people pausing lu time to seo that kiss? r-- I I r you re as carerul m ch oosmg wear- - ables as you ought to be, we know where you'll spend your money and what you 11 spend it for. You'll buy our Cutcheon Itow. ought and Feli T;nt ;an. Hart Schaffner & Marx I Verdict Is The Sit Aside. court of appeals last week the Fulton circuit court In the aw of Artlo Ouprve ugalnst the I. railroad company, holding that on the trial the Judge should liavo given Memptory Instructions to tho Jury to find for tho railroad. On Uio trial of tho case tho Jury save a verdict for $2,000 In favor of I'" little Rlrl, who woh run over at railroad crossing In Fulton und both tier feet cut off. 8ho is tho little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lloo Duproo, of I'olumbus, and this action of the court of appeals will operato to her or them ot uuy compeusu-Uofor tho child's terrible lujury. e n Watch Chiffoniers Bed Room Suits Princess Dressers to uncover the, old .house to tho defenders fell there, has rccelrod such Miss IYazer, C3I1IO nectloa with the Snozn sianus at uio c street. It was tno enaaow or tlon under a pi "Hero on I, of 400 br&v command of eumuai wuii. clothes; that s what you'll do; you'll know exactly what , , getting all-wool cloth, best of tailoring, correct er1SerVyoure Wardrobes China Closets Sofas although of Irish pxtractlon, putrlot, was,, touched by id willow and looked upon it (hose now living to remember t and died that tho country forever. Ills .attention was a book wrltton by Miss Fra-- s the history of tho old, Sono, Miss Frnzcr's. attention was pusu by a painting oxncqtod 40 at the order ot Qeorge An- Miss Fraxer spent Lcr Vile. her uncle, Thomas. Easton (shorn tho painting had been great Interest In the picture )d to It. SMjstyle and right fit. And satifaction guaranteed on everything you buy in this store !V wallls." "I found thai tho battle, wn the Cortolyoi feet ot earth, 75 years bofi From Chicken to Pie Sideboards Sectio'l Bookcases Tho picnic last Friday given by the of the llaptUt church to their members nml those of tho church was enjoyed by a lnr( crowd, at Sulphor Springs Pork. Swings and gumes wore enjoyed by the young folks, Tho dinner prepur-fo-r the occasion by tho good ! u'e ttttmot bo Uoacrlbed It ran tho call from fried chicken to mince pie. ALout three In tho afternoon, cream ud cake were served, Furniture Pedestals Etc., te Suits $18.50 to $25 We show in other makes, suits at $10, $12.50 and $15.00, all good values for the money; made right and stylish. This store is the home of Hart Schaffner TWSBBBBBBnSBBei Etc & Marx cloth es Everything to be found in an Furniture Store INCOIU'OKATED up-to-da- 1 HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. ildmmfJiJTWTTfl pi i m i f m THE HICKMAN I I ' COURIER r ' e, ' ' i H VI , 'I IS JERSEY NO LONGER . ... THE "SKEETER" STATE? : kentucky-gLeaning- ALL ALONE, s w T . W. 0. BPZBR and J. 0. SEXTON, Editors and FroprUters. t - ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADVANCV, pettoOc Entered si the Hickman, Kentucky, mail matter, u second-clas- s THE HEART OF YOUTH. WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH. SHEEP MUST BE DIPPED. Chief ef Government r Wo hare been totd that as ions a wo keep our hearts young wo need, hare no fenr of the depressing onoll nets c( advancing yours, and many writers more or less experienced In such matters have suggested "many ways In which wo can accomplish that desired end. No two nntiires.A however, aro ntlkc, and ft follows that no set of hard tnd fast rules can bo roado to ap ply to each distinct personality. Tho man or woman who passes through Hfo allro to tho blessings which abound on every sldo rarely ceases to become an active contributor to tho lives of others, and as long as a person 'actually participates In any work, large or small, the Influcnco of his personality Is bound lb be felt and hhr counsel re garded. It Is only when oro has tired of tho game, or enters only Into affairs outside of his own special Interests that ho cease to exercise any Influence, and his Individuality Is no longer recognised. 'Enthusiasm seems In eome way' to be an at tribute of the youthful character; at. any rate, It Is far caster to become Interested In what Is going on In our Immediate circle when tho pulse beats high and tho blood courses warmly than In later years wbn so many of ue aro concerned only with our own affairs and crlnco but small Interest In tho doings of others. In the good old days they used to hare signboards at the crossroads In tho country region to 'point the pilgrim on his way. It was always a cheery sign. It spoke a welcome to the stranger. It Indicated n disposition to bo helpful. But these signboards aro nearly all gone Only now and then 7ou see one. and then It seems, like tho relic of a bygone friendship. It seems ha say to the stranger: "We onco took aaintercst in you. but we do so no longer; If you don't. know tho way, what do we care?" That Is the situation today; a forlorn'one. Indeed;' a cheerless one. No little, sign thrown cut, saying: "We are thinking ot "you. wo care for you., we, wan jon(to go right" Now, this onght not to be. There should be little signboards to greet him, and toitell him the way he onght to go. This thought Is getting some headway In Massachusetts, where there is an effort to restore tho slgnboardsandtto give to the stranger is.tho help ot -knowlng-where-he- Bureau Orders Shipments First Sent' to Louisville. , . Oil Spread The Authorities Have Reported That Killed Off tho pests. copynstiu In the Marshes Hat' AID FOR AGRICULTURE NAVAL BILL PASSES SOUTHERN COLLEGES GET GOOD CARRIES PROVISION FOR EXPEND. 8UM FROM EDUCATION BOARD ITU RE OF 134,OCO,000. (113,000 Set Aside for Experimental Two Amendments Adopted, One ProWork In South Professors In Sec- vides $4&0,000 for Purchase of New Style Torpedo Boats.. ondary Schools Aided. V i Appropriations of more than $700,000 were mado Tuesday by the general education board for tho endowment ot work of various col- leges-anfor agricultural work In the South. In addition $113,000 was appropriated for demonstration work in agriculture1 In tho South, under the supervision of Or. Seaman A. Knapp, ot tho United States department of agriculture. This is designed to supplement tho work or the department, especially in states outside the territory affected by tho boll weevil, to which the department docs not extend this work. Another appropriation made was $31,450 for professors of secondary ed ucation in the South. They are mem bers of the faculty of various state unl vcrsltlcs. who, under Salary from thti board, establish high schools as feed- ers for the universities. Under their direction 703 public h!gh schools having been established In tho South in the last flvo years, and 216 new buildings have been erected at a cost ot $5,S7G,78fl. New York. d Washington. Defeating by a vote of to 39 an amendment offered by Mr. llurton, to authorise only one new battleship instead of two, the senate Men-dapassed tho naval appropriation bill. The bill carried an appropriation of almost 1134,000,000. It was before the senate for twqdayt, the debate be Ing confined almost exclusively to the battleship question. Two important amendments were adopted. One of them, offered by Sen ator Johnston, appropriates $450,000 for the purchase of torpedo boats "whose vitals are below, the normal load line;" the other by Senator Jones, eliminates railroad, county and municipal bonds from tho securities which may be deposited by contractors. The naval Increase for the fiscal year ending Juno 30. 1911. provided by tho bill. Is as follows : s battleships, to cost Two not exceeding $6,000,000 each, when equipped with armour and nnnauient, about $12,500,000 esch. Two fleet colliers, to cost notexceed; 2C first-clas- y in;: Jl.000.000. HEAVVRAINS HELTCOTTON Five flubmarino torpedo boats, not exceeding s tolat ot 11,500.000. Six torpedo boat destroyers, to cost not exceeding $750,000 each. - There la a new reform icut In Iowa, and it is started by lV TouneViiiI. prominent In pbciai circles, who havol at last discovered the abomination that exists in mere gossip, and so they have ' Ohio-Statorganized to- suppress Journal. They call their organi sation the ".Antigosslp, society," Thlsjj t is a fine effort l( means intellectual and moral uplift. It means that con-- 'j versatlon shall deal with real things with science, philosophy, literature,-history- , nature and those things that! adorn and. uplift 'life. -- Itls not; to. be. thought for an instant ttiat It, Is the f young women alono that need to 'for 'tfiis "hTgh purpose. The male section ot mankind needs Just such a reformatory movenient Wo might say "they need it more-thathe a e n Corp Hurt. But Other Crops Reported PARDON FOR SUGAR GRAFTER .Doing Well. WashlBg'ton; Unfavorable weather In the great corn growing 'states, gen Trump Card In Prosecution ef Helke Is Sprung. erally satisfactory comllL'ons over the cn?ire couon pen, Batiaiaciory prog- New York. Oliver Splticr. a mau j ess iu vcsi'iauio firuwm aua mo usual whose conscience hurt him, came back farm work In the Atlantic coast states, to New York Monday like a specter women. generally favorable weather over the districts from, the Rocky mountain westward, bur .Very dry weather in California, Arlonn. portions ot New California, .Arlozna, portions ot New mary of. tho Weather fpr' the wceik. Of general conditions, .the bulletin says: "Tbejveek" as a wholewas decidedly unfavorable over tho great corn grow ' log states. Good rains occurred over nil parw of the cotton region, except In the southern portions of Alabama and Georgia, along the coast of South Caro lina: and over a portion of Florida. Heavy and, welj distributed, rans occurred' In all, pdrtlpn,s of the cotton growjng counties of Texas and rainfall sufficient for present needs occurred over mostof Oklahoma. idaj. Gen. Leonard Wood, who is on his way as special envoy from the, United States to the centenary Sreiebra-tio- n of the independence of the Argentine republic at Duenos Ayrcs. stopped of at Havana, wliero the former American governor of the island had a reception which left no doubt as to the place he holds in Cuban hearts. In fact. It may be said ho showed' them bow to govern themselves, and the success they have attained Is a tribute to the effectiveness of his lessons. "Two baseball fatalities In one day ono at Freeburg. III., and the other at Troy, N. Y. will be cited by football enthusiasts as evidence that tha grid, iron Is not the only place where sport is sufficiently violent at times to cause death. But If tbo number of the games and tho thousands of players are taken into account, it will appear that the risks of baseball, are Infinitesimal in comparison with those of football. In Japan, day laborers get 20 cents a day and women servants receive 8 cents a month. Our Informant docs not THEATER COLOR LINE, DRAWN explain whether the women servants get Thursday afternoons off or tlot, Negro Refused Lower Flcor Sues. but we suppose they do. Our IndignaDamages Denied. tion should bo at once aroused if we Chlcagq. The question of whetliei thought they didn't. a theater has the' right to draw trie fThe Callfornlan who announces that color line and to refuse to sell tickets be) 'has developed an edible rose might for lower floor scats to negross was presented to a Jury in Judge Walker's now; turn bis attention, as other bortl court In culturlsts have been urged to do, to the a negro the suit of George. A. .Wilson, Insurance ascot. The Jury production of a scentless onion. found a verdict for the theater) deny, leg Wilson any damages. from the graver and with a pardon from the president In his pocket gave testimony at tho trial of Charles K. lleke, secretary-treasure- r of the Amer ican augar uenning company, wno, with five subordinates, Is charged with conspiracy to defraud tho government in ot sugar Imports. Spltzur, as superintendent of the company's Williamsburg (Brooklyn locks), got two years. In the Atlanta penitentiary for his participation In tho frauds, but he was quietly pardoned af ter serving only three months, and hav ing made full confoss'on. From noty on ho will aid, the government In ts attempt to .convict his former associates. Spltzer told nn amazing story on the stand under direct examination. He was not by tho de fense, because of tho .peculiar sltua-t'o- n created by- his sudden appearance SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION as a government witness. Two ot the. defenso's lawyers had previously ap Convenes1 to an -- End Children Take peared, and for ethical reasons could UUh 11UIV UAUUI1MU Prominent Part. Alio Washington Children took the prin- CALLS ON QUEEN MOTrfj cipal part In tho closing session of 'he sixth convention ot the World's Sunday School Association, Dressed In Roosevelt Lunches With Conan and Other Literary Men. costumes of moat' of the nations' of the world, and carrying the flags of those London. Thcod'oro Jtoosovclt countries, preceded by tho "Conquest a busy but quiet day. In the tru flag," when bears a cross and the ho was received In audience b. words "By This Sign. Conquer," a long Queen Mother, Alexandra and line of them filled the front of the big xer Empress' Marie of Huss'a at platform and later marched through Ingham I'alace. Previously, accoUI'o's the aisles of tho Immcnso hall, singing, nlcd by Frederick C. Selous, R. J.UIch International jn almost every aspect enlngham and Seth liullock, be vl was tho closing meeting. There Vfere tho Hrltlsb Museum. speakers frpm .India, .lapon Korea and other foreign countries; the decora- Times; Sir Conan Doyle, Owen tions wero flags of tho nations and an man, editor of I'unch; and UJ. Immense map of the worjd, with an editor of the National Ilovtow, electric' cross over it, covoring tho wan In the colonel nt lunch at the at the back of the platform. ot IJout. Col. Arthur II. Lee. The next convention will meet In Col. and Mrs. Roosevelt drove Oenevn, Switzerland;" In 1813. The to St. Qeorites' Church. Hanovt month and dato will bo determined Squnre, which was the.. scene of thi 'fll,, later by the executive committee, wedding. under-wo!ghcross-examine- ! anlss has been assigned to assist In tbo Inspections of the .National Guard of South Carolina, Say Adjutant Padded Bills. Columbia, 8. C Col. William T. Tlrock, .assistant adjutant and Inspect or general of South, Carolina, was ac cused by Chnrles N. Cannulas, a retired lieutenant of tho United States army, of padding exponso accounts Incident to tho Inspection of the Nk tional Guard ot the state before tho court of inquiry called to Investigate charges of political treachery and en larged expense accounts. I.lcut, Cab ernment bureau ot animal Industry, was received by CoromTssJeHer of Agriculture Rankin, In which it Is orderMrs. Proudmar- -I tell mr ed that all rhefp shipped from Kenlhot her voice Is a gold mine' iuAut tucky must first bo sent to Ixnilstllle I'rcfossor Schnlckelfrlt, to bo dipped no matter In what part Ach. zah, vat you call an sh.r,L. of tho state they may bo raised. The mine, alnd't lit letter, which Is tho west Impartial tcf sheep raisers re that ha been A Quick CaL ceived by ItanVIn since the federal Some years ago the prcri or i . quarantine was ordered, rays: hotel In southern New Hmn.b "All dttpl8gs, rvqitlrvd under the the foliowing story regulations in order that sliced may bt when he was a boy be moved "Interstate, shall W done at bl t to go Into the garret of bu IKilnts where federal Inspection Is morning and that the fami1 r,. fat maintained. I.oulsvlllfl at prt-nlowed him up II,,. ,uin 0nf c the only place la tho Mate where dipwindows was open, and when h ping facilities are avllablo and bureau tered the garret a frlghfer.cJ aou inspectors stationed, but It proper Jumped out of tho wisdnr M4 yarding and dipping facilities should cat. Jumping alter It caushf it m. be Installed at ether petals the Jece-tar- y air and, whirling round jaiaxJ tics vt agriculture will, no doubt, con acaln Into the same wlndor sider the advlMblllty ot maintaining Inspectors at such places for the pur Pity Is akin to love and If a ywri pose ot Inspecting and dipping sheep man has an obete bank U.inct it for the convenience of the shippers. Isn't dicicult to find a tlr a tit? bheep intended for Interstate move hlra. ment as the result of bclac dlpfved must bo accompanied by a certificate signed by an Inspector of this bureau, SAW COMET BEFORE. showing tho date and manner hi which tho work was performed as well as Forever Ixlngtim. Ky.Mra. ether necessary data. Bureau supervision of tho dipping of sheep 1 sup- by, of this city, says she remembers PraMt tfet Cars plied without expense to the owner." distinctly tbo last visit, nf liaiii.- C iRTER3 LITTLE coaicL She sars the comlnr or iha UVEK .ILLS ttnm. sssVIX sky tramp at that time was not so SESSION CLOSED. wisely fceralded as was this visitation, Knight Templars Elect Officers nd and that the people horrabouts were IllfVi mucs alarmed. Mr, itamihv . Seltct Lexington fer Neat 5opmt. sLsssT ItVER Meeting. that after the comet had completed Its inp across the sky and started back Ii4r At tho meeting ot the Orand Com- - from the west there was a Meteoric mandcry of Kentucky Knight Tom- sbowcr. Sio imfltm a cMflnln tn liars. In Winchester, officers for the ensuing term were elected as follows: iwturt BRIEF TELEGRAMS. John U. Cramer, ot right eminent commander; William Yea. Campion, Ky.Tho child man, of Versailles, right eminent deputy commander; Leo li. Itay, of of' Joe Allen, a prominent farmer nt this county, was burned ta death, The Owensboro, eminent grand genoaUs-slmWWyWW1 pcnl postal for Thomas V. Sailer White. Jr.. of chltd was playlBg around when his I" K l'1 I'nckae K Ixiulsvlllp, eminent grand captain grn. mother was burning the crass ot the ! sU of Paitlnc. cral; Mason I Brewer, of Frankfort, yard, when Its clothes caught are and Better afad more cconomlctl eminent grand m titer warden; Cbariea was, so seriously burned that k. lived Ikaa liquid antiseptics N. Smith, ot Danville, eminent grand enly about cue rem. toilet uses. Owensbow. Ky The wHl ot Kid red Junior warden; Henry P. Harnett, of Henderson, eminent grand pit late; Crabtreo was admitted to probata In Robert C. Strother, of Hlchraond. em- county court. Ho leaves tttO to each inent grand treasurer; Alfred It. Bry ef the followlag Institutions; Ituls-lll-e lUptlst Ministers' Aid society. ant, of Covington, eminent grand recorder; Arthur N. Klchardsoa, ot Ash Louisville iMptlst Orphans' hoai and Und. eminent grand standard bearer; lHilsvllte Masonto Widows and Or GlvM one a wrt breath clttn, Mtf, Kreuerlc w. Hardwick, of ixjulsvllle. phans home. aoturpuully germ-fre- e Hazel Patch. Will Hubbard, a seceminent grand sword bearer; Taylor month and throat purlf i tlx brtttk M. Eetls, ct after smokloa d'Pl U diuptttUt eminent grand tion hand, was Mot In1 tho sldo and odor i warden; Albert A. Itazelrigg. of Mt. killed. The shooting occurred In a Brira lion and bodywoaica.-- mcowek A by dainty Sterling, eminent grand captain of tho box car. A boy, Roy Tur eye and uuna. tinsy I of sore (aU guard. ner, was tho only person In the car Putat bow4 d A when Hubbard was shot. The Turner tolrrd ia situ U x iSa boy states that Hubbard shot himself. STRUCTURE GAVE WAY. Btxti dC(ktful utMjU Cory don, Ky.A crash that shook Kdaon, Palntsvllle. Chief Justlco Henry S. pourtu nSKmrf tUkSjirf. tmicJd uiUil tho whole neighborhood, a cloud ot Darker, ot the Kentucky court of ap tt powo, tad tbwlulcr wb dust flanked by scared workmen, and peals, who some months ago was Int. Try Smpk JOc. the new concrete ctoro building at chosen by the trustees as president ot saassa UrM Lot it dmsrAi bj oil Corydon went down In ruins. Kentucky university, Islington, vice Thc sxTCHToarrcoBTs..Miit. Tbo storo building was being erect Jsmrs K. Patterson, rcslgni-d- , has de ed n Corydon for Tom IX Jones, tor cided to not accept the presidency, general merchandise purposes. In a report submitted It was a commodious building and It at a meeting of the Louisville Rest See Our Tcxket Editioa had been planned to construct It en- Uetato association, C T. Thomas, tirely of concrete concrete floor, con chairman nt the water rate committee, NO IIOMNC hfO STROriTNC crete walls and even a curved concreto stated that the water rates In Ixiuls-villroof. will bo, rcduo-at least . per When tho tlmo camo for removing cent before January 1, 1911. the false structure and the timbers woks en VMS KMOWM toulsylllc. It was duvcloed at the wero pulled away there were warning regular annual meeting ot tho Lincoln sounds as of cracking, and tho men rushed to places of safety. Then the Institute, held at the (lalt homo, that tho roof fell and carried with It tho south thero was a fund of $100,000 S0 JL on iWIwit !'1t5',, ,LJ- wall, leaving the new building prac ticasury for thcstabllshinent ot tho 'ropotcd Industrial school for negroes r.ti ICSIIV nitui Yes, boys will bo boys; and why ii Kentucky, suoum in.' notl Now, a boy should Campton. Osa Campbell, Indicted tho circuit court of this county on go to school, but thero Is no particular pleasure In that, for fun ho wants 0 charge ot arson, and who forfeited 1 bond at tho last term ot tho court, Directory and fun he will have. Your boy ia captured at Crandon, Wis and should be nl ways nice and clean; It night back to this place. makes him look well but oven that larllslc. Thirteen quarta of whisky Cmkiy't Fiulfry Remedies does not Hiitlsfy his frisky nature. A .gcd to havo been brought Into this boy should go to meeting, onco or y, where local option Is In force, for purpose ot sale, wero seized by twice during tho week, but, good as nd Iceman Samuel llerry and turned ho Is, he will crave for pleasure. r to Police Judge J, K, Plummer. Wo lovo a boy with j merry twJnkl riviii)ioW .u- Writ W . ' v ulsvlllc Work on tho new Ken- in uis eye; no looks sd.cunttlng.' and nmtn. rec y and Indiana Ilrldgc and Railroad 1 besides, he will need all tho spirit of "" lesP" tailror . s bridge, to span tho Ohio at this a young colt before ho guts through .it, will b started not later than tho world, If properly trained It will Umbrella y 1. lllds on tho work will bo open- bo to him what steam Is to nn en lnMrM,.,...kii: Juno 1. Niulh iSI gine. Did It over occur tu you o lit 'rankfort. Although (lov. Wlllson K.,r roir VmhnXU .US turn boy yourself mid lay nsldn your olked all rewards offered prior to dignified, serious alrsT Try It. Play mary 1, 1910. ho reissued rewards f&OO each for tho arrest and mil with them; luuglt wlth them; talk lion ot tho men who took part In with them; sing with them; and. Hopklnsvlllc night-ride- r raid. " H. C. Ua. IM-IvUUn I AvwCrTo BUILDING. Frankfort Cov. Wlllson Isucd a Frankfort. Ky, Tho Frankfort conn- - flag day proclamation calling attention FEED ty fiscal court met 16 Inspect tho now of tho anniversary ot the birth ot tho pourt houso and pass pn the Question lag nnd suggesting tint everybody 6f accepting It from the contractors, how allegiance to tho flag on Juno 11. . Contal 13 iu aw as having been completed according and all (lays. meut than say other to contract. Maysvlllo. Dr. I.ouls Schwab, may. Tbo members of tho court found marl elI. No grounu nay r upon or of, ui1 MB' !tl that everything bad bcon comnliod cancer,Cincinnati, read an essay berlto for r" Its origin nnd treatment, (wlth according to specifications, nnd sofore that tho work done was entirely satis- ciety the Mason County Medical & ROGERS hero.' factory, . ' Henderson. M.nulsctur.r. James Murray, aged 67 After tho InsDcctlon was romnMi.tl 1 onn-Ibe court voted unanimously to apeept years, died suddenly from acuto lndl Mam phis ..... ...I Ael geutlon, He Is survived by wife, one Alto dsalers In CHAIN. ai the buildiiif; as completed. son and three daughters. VKUD STUFFS J-- Frankfort. letter from A". D. Mclvln, chief of the United States gov- KyA t, The follow tug Is the Anal report et inn uoara; Ten Per Cent Anderson, Bourbon. Hoy, Hrackcn. IMIer, Calloway, v;ampneii, uarrou, CtUHberUnd, Floyd, (Mrranl, (Iraytofi, Urecn, Jessamine, liwrence, Ijsllp, Letcher, Lewis, Llvlnpston, Lyon, Ma no, Mason, McCracken, Muhlenberg, Oldham, Owsley, Perry, Pulaski, Kowan, Shelby, Simpson, vkayBe, wnmey. OVb Per Cent-He- one, Chtlstlan, Clfiy, Crntenden. Duvlees, Wllott, Ks-tlll. Flemlntr. Pullnft. HanenrV son, Johnson, Unw, Montgomery, Ohio, ltockraitlct Russell, Scott, union. Flttecn Per Cent-flall- atln. Oraves, Hardin. Harlan, llarriuin ii.n.M Hopkins. MasoWn, Mawhall. Nicholas) iiwcn, ink, barren, Webster. Twenty Per .Cent Hath. Ilkkman, , MciA-anroweii, 8cnccr. Wolfe. Twenty-flvPer Cent Morgan; Twelve. Cent JefTersoij, Kenton. The counties Increased on)nd and personalty onlv fniinw. xn.n ia. Preathltt. 10; Caldwell, 20; Carlisle, s; i.ogaB. 5; j! io; Meade, 15; Taylor. 5; Todd. 20. The other Counties that wern Increased follom'? IJaltard. land and personalty S3, town lots 10; Franklin, lanu ana personalty c, town lota 10; (Irani, land and nrrsnnaltv 9(1 inn lots 10; Hcnrr. lands anil iHr.niiv 20, town lots 10; I.iurcl. Uad and per- sonaiiy ju, intra lots 5; Pendleton, Isnds and teronaltr 30. ton inn in The assessments In tho counties not mentioned were left as reported. Rob-crtt- o. t.70,ff.ftea.Mtla r at aTersBjHiH, el 10 par ctnw numbers wlM' VAiHft , nf K sk)fUr If v'al UMUuiiw ; s'v (W v W 14 m ivqrill in ove lr i, lT. Constipation RelMf-Penu&- Vemishes BsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbW m o; IK H all tth o d . Memphis ... rflL kodaks; r"l rUl. s WHJ-.lw, Hirnshi C. RubberStamps. CROESUS mtiei? -- JONES iffncPix mcA1HTAVT iltn n'jalnt little comnunttr of Kevorly, Mass., lprotty J certain to rnjor tlio' (Hi-'- J tlni'llon of rankRK ns tho I'nlted States. so long an . U. 11 II tvmiani tr inn I. irC81 Tho Tofts choio tho Ocnr llttl'i nonahoro retort for n rscsllon rrtreat for tho first surontor ot tho present sdmlnlsirallon somewhat aa an rxpcrl. prnt No member of the family unit 1 Farmors and Merchants Bank ClIntM Street, Blekman, Kwitnekj. ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS. i That we offer t depositor, Ofaer ladaeemeats are ef Mcondarj Imp rite Upon this Ouaridttl we: St licit YourPctrorjagt. J. A. THOflPJON, CMhtev H. BUCHANAN, PrtaWent. IL DucWmwb, m f T. A. Ledferd J. . C'SottMfant, M, DIRECTORS 3. TT. O. H. Threlkaia, Dr. J. M. Hubbard. Xslor, R. Alex, THE 8AK8riAIIRQUI(!KE8T WAYJO tijn enthusiastic regarding the local-It- r and forthwith decided to return Hence tho there In future aummora. Ktion of the president In extending tu Lain on the cottage ho occupies tt Utirgrsi Point. tor a detado nnd a halt prior to tho tit; ion of WlllUun II. Tail aa presl of tho dent, the present occupant ULKo House, togotbor with tho members cf all the other branches of tho t j n.tnrrOU Taft (aidlly, had been jct to gather each auuimcr at Mur pntkmuch tlmo on tho prcTtou!) fimcJ North atioro of Maasacbusctu ind consequently thoy wcro obliged to on hearsay IU claims accept larf.nl to pre eminence aa nn Ideal summer rJirsround, However, nftor tholr first Ktion at thla pleasure domain tho was more Whl'o llouso household TRANSFER MONEY It BY LONG WUAHGE TELEPHONE RATES LMil HANASEI TELE IMP N CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AfflT T m MMMUTM CI ... IUR STOOK 18 IMftlTE AID .... . -- Absolutely THE BEST 5 HilHonair Canned Goods. Helnz'5 Varieties of Pure Food Prod ucti. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. Osil on or tslepkoM ua when in nsd of GROCERIES, FIUSSK WtA"tM or rKEDSXUFfS, e Telephone 6. aetta is n very lively placo toclally In sum mer, even rlvallnn New-poIn that respect, and tho migration of ! president to a summer resort In nltvaya followed by tho transfer of many of the establish-mcntdiplomatic froin Washington, to aay nothing of tbo of ambitious social rt ' a ray Hay. Ontario, a plctureaquo resort eo the north bank of tbo Bt Lawrenco They havo not, to this day, lost their affection for tho hamlet that was to long tho rendezvous of the Taft clan, but Murray liny is, ot course, In Canada, nod tbo, president li not supposed to go beyond thp border of the United States, even for a vacation, This put up to Urn prosldcnt and the frtt lady of tho land tho problem ot selecting a 'new' summer rlrer any of domicile a much longer nnd more restful vacation .than ho wag able to enjoy laet year, wn, jt majr be recalled, tho extra ccsilon of congress and the fight over tho tariff kept him in Washington until Well into August. Tho president hopes to got to never-learly In June, and with tho exception ot trip, mostly to nearby points, wll remain tharo throughout tho heated term., A year nj;o tho president planned to devoto most of tho snmmcr ot 1910 to a trip to Alaska a Journey that would havo far surpassed In point of tlmo consumed and number of miles "Traveled, the famous transcontinental ''swing around tho circle" In which Tnft Indulged dur ing tho autumn of 1909. However, vainfluences, rious primarily the stato of Mrs. Taft'a 1910 y occa-alon- 3 Deliveries Ledf ord & Randle -- HICKIWAN MARBLE WORKS JBTABLISHED 186. TOM DILLON, Sr. Prpt (Saeceasar to B. rtsmas, dMMNi) a mer home at Mancbcster-hy-the-Soa- , which Is but a few miles from llovcrly and Mlsa Iloardman, Hlfo her parents, Is more than enthusiastic regarding this "summer colony belt." She accompanied Mrs, Taft on a housa hunting expedition last spring, and waa her chief "adviser In tho selection of the roomy frame cottage which was finally chosen aa tho "summer Whlto House." One factor In tbo satisfaction ot tbo Tatts, and an Influenco In tho decision to return to Jloverly lhs summer, Is found In tho circumstance that this vacation retreat proved beneficial to Mrs. Tstt it may be remembered that Mrs. Taft broke down In health only a few weeks beforo tbo tlmo set forlhe departure of the1 family for their summer home. When' tho physicians prescribed absolute quiet tomo of tho friends ot the mistress ot the White Hsuso wero dubious as to the effect of Heverly, fqr ol.iojigh tbo town Js a qulot enough community, the whole North shoro of Mastachu- -- Mrs, Taft'a closest personal Th lloardmana have long had That tho North shore ot Massacbu setts was chosen was largoly duq to the Influence ot Miss Mabel lloardmnn, the veil known lied Crosa leader, nnd frlenJ, a sum- loaders sci that a "summer capital" quickly springs Into existence as a setting for a "summer White House." However, all misgivings to tho contrary,Mrs. Taft was cnnbled to enjoy a thoroughly quiet and restful summer at Uevorly, nnd this program will bo repeated this season, for the health ot the first lady of tho land continues anything but robust. Tho Taft cottago being located on a point of land and surrounded by water on threo aides. Is well located with rcfcrcnco to quiet, and also for tho securing of the sea breezes which havo proven Mrs. Taft'a beat tonic. On the land side tho houso ia located only about a hundred yards from a trolley line, but It Is well screened by trees, and tho fact that tho cottago may be approached by land from only ono direction makes It 'a comparatively simple matter for tho secret service men to Intercept unwelcome cnllcra. . President Tuft has planned for tho summer' ot caused tho president to abandon ahls Aiask&j trip, end ho will rest quietly nt Ueverly sa'vo for visits to fairs, conventions, etc., 'Sono of which will consume moro than a few days. Th'e president is planning a very busy and beneficial summer on tho golf links, The courses In tho vicinity of Beverly includo some of tho finest and alio'eorao of the most dimcult in tho country, and tho Chlot magistrate's summer program calls for threo br four hours of golf every day. Ho wilt- not lack tor worthy partners and opponents cither. His especial chum "Jack" Hammond and W. J. Uoardman, have cottages nearby: his brother, C. P. Taft of Cincinnati, also a golfer,, has tensed a cottage on North shbre, to bo near his brother this summer, and ho will also havo with him Capt, Archibald ltutt, who In addition to serving as the president's military aide can likewise always be dratted for a golf game. Next to golf the president takes delight in motoring on the magnificent road3 ot tho North shore perhaps tho finest In America. Several ot the Whlto Houao automobiles are transferred to Devcrly, and these place the president within easy reach of three or four different golf courses. , - 'health' have Ilarble and Granite noriiiments MHHMbHMbHS 3 CURBINO, STONE WORK fU kinds, IRON FENCINO. NICKflAN, i t i KENTUCKY A FLYER AT I Meet Your Friends --AT- ADVERTISING IN THIS PAPER 13 NOT AN AETtOPLANIC EXPERIMENT Oor rates sn right thejr let people know your Cooi) ppd price Run a tries' of mis. in .thla paper.. If results, show. Tonsorid Parlors SmI CHiiten Street, Hickraw, Ksxt ioor 'ta Jobm' Caf. uA In HleksMBw Hot and eeM bsAkst elsctrlo llgkts Bd teas, hy&reulle kalra,asd Tsrylklaf for comfort. other conditions being equal, speak to us about a yeai's contract s a s Kj. THAT PLAN NEVER LOST A MERCHANT ONE PENNY (Co?7rtfkl. br Yt. H. II.) "Where Men Fought and Felt Spurred by tho efforts of Miss Georgia Prazer a dtucendnnt of. on old, revolutionary family, and diaries M. Hlgglns, n wealthy manufacturer of Prospect, Park West, Brooklyn, tho city authorities are taking steps to acquire for the erection of n mltrtble monument and a children's playground tho plot ol ground coveting two city blocks on which jmrt of the'battle pt Long Island was 'jiRht In tha UcvolfotlonaryVaron August 27. loC Tho plot Is located botween, Third and l"Mh streets and Fourth and Fifth avenues. Propklyn, nnd there are now only about ten louses oh tho" entire plbt.'Vhlch lsbwncd by tho Mtrhfk'ld estate. Tho rest of the land is vacant. Directly behind tho row ot houso. In Fifth ve tue, between Third nnd Fourth streets, stauds an oU willow tree, marking tho slip of, the old Stone fcousu at fjowpnuswherqo important engage, was Went between thp British, anfl Americans 'ought Tno Americans, although inferior in num-L-dislodged tbo British troops from tho old i;tin,o unufo, which, vns used as a fort, and as a result Washington was ablo to cross tho Kast flrer with his army, thus saving tho patriots from liter annihilation and virtually deciding Ibo county's fate. Tho old Stono bouso ot Gowanus U not visible "ow and very few of tho prosent generation know anything about It. Tho plot whoro It stands was very low much lower than tho surrounding places nnd it became a dumping ground. As n result tho historic heiiso has been burled by 10 of earth. A wlllowitreo which stood at tho etitranco (o the old house was also burled, but from Its branches roso. another .willow tree, Mblcb Is iUU standing and It is beeauso of this an Impetus. Mr. Hl'gglns, who, although of Irish extraction. Is an ardent American, patriot, was,, touched by tha survival of tho old willow and looked upon It as a mute appeal to thoso now living to remember the men who fought and died that tho country might becomo frco fore i or. His attention was called to tho spot by a bopk wrltton by JUss Fra-r.r- r In 'which Bho glvos tho history of tho house nt Gowanus. Miss Ffnzcr's attention was first called to tho housa by a painting executed by-- Louis Grube In 1840 at tho order, ot Qcorgo Anderson, her grandttncle. Miss Frazer spent her girlhood ot tho homo of her undo, Thomas. Kaston of Nowport, 11. 1., to whom tho palming bad boen sent, and she took a great Interest In the picture and tho story attached to It. At a dinner given recently by tho Prosnoct, Heights' Citizens' association at whch Mayor s Gaynor, who Is u neighbor, was present, Mr. aroused tho enthusiasm or the gathering by his appeal for tho restoration of tho old Stone houso and tho consecration ot the plot surrounding It to the memory ot tho revolutionary heroes whp fell thsro, He said It was a patriotic, shame that tbo his. torlc spot should havo been neglected so long, Mayor Gaynor, Borough President Stoers and other oniclals who wero at tbo dinner let it bo knowu that thoy were In favor ot tho restoration ot the old Stone house, and the board of estimate is expected to make an appropriation tor the ouroose In tbo near future. Hlg-gin- , M Book Store Splendid Selectioa . . LAND FOR SALE Both city and farm property at. reasonable nrlces. ' If you' havo real esta(e for i iale,lai8fi:etypvi.i buyer. ADDRESS: 1 New Books, Stationery, Post Gards, trco that the movement to uncover tho, old house and erect a lasting monument to tho dotendora ot tho country who fell there has rccelvod such Miss Frazer, who Is very modest about her connection with the matter, told a reporter how she camo to. OJscpvcr (he ato of the old Stono bouso. "After much ree'enrch," eald she; ''I found a Uronzo tablet, Jhat had been erected many years ago on the front of (ho brick house that stands at tho corner of Fifth avenue nnd Third street. It, was almost hidden by grlmo, nnd ia tho shadow of tho "h" U contains this Inscription under a picture of a battlo field i "Hero on thq 2"th of August, 1770, 250 .out of 400 brave Maryland soldiers under the command of Lord Stirling, were killed In combat 'with British troops under Lord two-stor- y Corn-wallls- Notions, Etc Call ed ae our stock. ErarjlhlDg t. Hickman Courier Realty Ci Hickman. Keatucky. Marv BQrendas&Cbntpanv f, "I found that tho old Stono houso around which tlio battle, was fought, and which was also called tho Corlolyou houao, had been burled under 10 feet of earth, nobody knowing thai Jt was faraoui "6 years buforo tho battlo of Long island was fought in tnd around It. It was built in 1099 by Nicholas Vechte, a Dutch colonist, and In 1790 It passed to tho Cortelyous, tho prlco b6lng $12,600. In 181C the Lltchflelds, who now own It, bought tho property from tho Cortelyous. It stood on tho banks of a brook emptying Into Oowanua creek, 15 or 20 feet below the presont stroot lovel. and was famous as tho largest and most substantial houso on Long Island at the tlmo. in 1818 only tho upper part of It wns vlslblo. Somo ono took nway tho Iron brnco that supportod thq root and tho roof fell in. Gradually It was covered up entltely, but. I bollovo that whoa It la unearthed tho lower portion of tho hcuso will ba found in a good state ot precervatlon." Let Us Be Your Waiter We never tire of helping others when they-asfor good ,job printing. We can tickle the most exacting typographic appetite. People wh have partaken of our excellent icrvice come back for a second serving. Our price are tha ad most reasonable, too, and you can always depend on ui sriviar your orders the most nromot careful attention. Call at this office and look over our samples. "Tho spot became a city dumping ground, and 'tt JOB PRINTING a. ch.ir Uttla aala bllU. -a IHtla t i!.i.7.. aa Ume ,, caa da tka I of Grlnllsr. nd m can go that claw Just .. . ZL "wwiBf iBTiiatioaa. utter btada. b II eMaV lcMr "ll fc-!r-e tk UcatMat Hub M.rui Bacejaarjr. Prompt tUivtry alwaI - Dnen BOTH PHONES CHILDREN'S DAY. CHARLES A. JONES' CAFE We don't close up at all. For the remainder of the year this establishment will be open at all hours, day or night. You can't come too late for us. With this new innovation we are prepared to serve all kinds of Lunches, Cold Drinks, Canned Goods, Ice Cream, Fruits Pies, Cakes, Fine Candies, Tobacco, Cigars, THE ONLY HOUSE IN HICKMAN OPEN ALL NIGHT 0v Dill Johnson (not our livery stable Dill nor a reUUvo of Sheriff Johnson) and Lodgo INJio-H-t Etc, YOU CAN'T WEAR OUT YOUR WELCOME HERE KENNEDY. MASONS HAVE BANQUET. Children's Day for Foreign Mission) Tho following extracts are from the exercised nest Sunday, June Gth, at Clinton Gaxctte relative to the death 9:30 a. m., will be hold nt the Chris- of C. A. Kennedy, fathrr of Ascher tian Church. Come and hear the Kotinedy, of this city: children sing and recite. Mr. Kennedy's death occurred May 2G, at San Angelo, Texas, where he had been for his health since last NEWS FROM STATE LINE. July. The remains, accompanied by W. 3uT. Shaw and wife spent Tuesday members of his family, arrived here lu Union City. Sunday at 10:40 a. m., and the fun Dr. Dave Had dox was here Wednes oral was conducted nt 2 o'clock in tho afternoon from the residence of day from Terrell. Silas Marlon Luton, of Hickman, Mr. Joe W. Dennett, n lifelong friend of tho deceased. Tho funeral sermon visited here last week. was preached by Kev. J. W. Waters, D. 11. Toombs was in Union City of Greenfield, Tcnn., and the Wood on business one day last week. men of the World bad charge of the Miss Mozeile lirasfield has returned Interment, Mr. Kennedy being a char ter member of the Wlngo camp. Con from school at Lexington, Tenu. - sul Commander Deadles and a number T. A. Prather, Jr., and Elmer Threlof Sovereigns from that and other keld were In Union City Saturday. camps were present and assisted Oak Miss Georgia Uurrus has returned Camp of Clinton In tho burial rites. from a visit to Union City friends. There was a large concourse of peo Miss L. C. Clark has returned from ple at the funeral, a number coming a visit to Martin and Greenfield from Wings--, Hickman, Fulton and friends. other places around. Mr. Kcnnody's Mary liriggs, of Hickman, vis- sisters, Mrs. Mattle Warren and Mrs. Miss ited her cousin,-- Miss Georgia Durrus, Alice Combs, of Hardin, Ky.; his brother, H. V. Kennedy, of Murray, last week. and his nephew, W. W. Jones, of Alls Lunsford, of Hickman, Is the Hardin, were present; also his sou. guest of W. D. Clark and family for Ascher Kennedy and wife, and rela a few days. tlves of Mrs .Aschor Kennedy, from Henry Co rum and wife, of Obion Hickman. county, visited M. L. Coram and famMr. Kennedy was married three ily Tuesday. times, his last wife and one son. Mrs. Sanders, of Dalton, Ga., Is Wendell, surviving blm, besides three spending the summer with L. C. Mad-do- children of bis first marriage, Ascher and Bernard and Mrs. John Walker, and family. the latter of Wingo. Mrs. Mable Gaston has returned to Mr. Kennedy was In his 62d year, her home In Jackson, after a visit to aud was a native of Marshall county. Mrs. T. A. Prather, Jr. He came with his father to Wlngo Misses Mary Burros and Fannie lu his boyhood, and afterwards taugh Dale Brasfleld have returned from school In this county. In 1S90 be was a v'slt to Greenfield ,Tenn. elected county school superintendent Miss Ella Coram has roturned to of this county, and served until 1898. her homo In Hickman after several Probably a year after he rettr? d from office he went to Wingo and became days' visit to Miss Mary Maddox. a successful business man there. In h Mrs. Sudlo Fowler Is here from July last year ho moved to Toxas In visiting her mother, Mrs. San- the hope of benefitting bis health. ders, at the homo of L. C. Maddox. He engaged In business at Hlvlera Mrs. McDanlel has returned to the and was doing nicely when stricken home of her daughter, Mrs. T. A. down with the Illness which caused Prather, after spending somo time his doatb. with her nelce, Mrs. P. W. Prather, nt Woodland Mills. Hugh Ed Curlin was hero from Un There will be preaching at Poplar ion City, Tuesday. Grove next Saturday evening at 2 The taxes duo the state from Ful o'clock, also on next Sunday morning evening by Kid, W. II. Williams. ton county, Including the recent raise and These sermons will be of Interest Is $23,842. to all. Dinner will bo served on tho auss i.eau uarry lias procured a grouud Sunday. position as assistant bookkeeper with the lumber flnn of W. A. Dodds. x was arrested last Friday by county officers on a chsrgo of being drunk and disorderly. Ho was released with out being fined because ho Is thn next thing to blind. A man with two good eyes can't have: much fun her now, and his release was nothing more than right. Jobuson Is watchman for the Mcngcl Dox Co. His hilarity on this occasion consisted of pulling tho trigger of a 44 and throwing hot lead too promlscously. lllrkmnn No. 761, K. & A. M., treated Its membership to a banquet ami mnoker last Monday evenattendance was unusually large, strange to say and nil stayed for the spread, con sisting of barbecued mutton, cold drinks, etc. Several gentlemen oti out In tho enduranco contest by a clone finish, but Dr. Hubbard was ing at the Masonic hall. Tho Estate Real cistern, fences, etc $900 Owner has good reasoas for IV.,.1... ...... PbII n m' i Wi For Sale buggy $1,600 ruit HALE N.o vesi Hickman ll.j shed and 111 r. ..... hoc COi, '( ...v..... to uuiuv. ru icrum $l,S00. but Am vim rtinMiivv tti..; rtk ' Detsy's Pointers; "Molly says that somo folks get married to get rid or themselves. And then discover, says I that two can ply at tho samo gamo and neither win. Hut there are somo deals in which we need take nr chances. One Is In buying flour, 1 you patronise Ellison Bros., for Belle of Ava Flour Is the Pick of Wheat for It Is made In the heart of the winter wheat country, and being mado from tho pick of the wheat, It Is always tho same. The Highest Quality of Flour That Can Be Made. and tho price Is no more than other brands not so good. Won't You Try a Sack of Belle of Ava On our recommendation. If you say It isn't good we'll send and get It and It wont cost you a cent. Seasonable Items that are needed now and of which we carry good lines Screen Doors, SI up. Vlndow Screens. Lawn Mowers, ball bearing. Ice Cream Freezers, $2.25 up. Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves and Ranges, $3.50 up. Stop by for a Grade Candles, 10 cents a pound and 5 cents a Qujrter Pound. A pound of High FOlt SALE; la the nuw Rogers Addition, between Southern Heights aud city line, ten as pretty lots as you over saw to to at a very low figure. Theso lots are level, desirable buUdlu sites, of good depth, and caa bo haa ia any width. They lay at the south end ot the new steel bridge. Presout improvements con alst of concrete walks, wator mains oleo'rlc lights, etc To start tho will sell tea lota at ball rolling $lf0 each; others will be higher. Re Mrs. P. C, Ward and children, of strictions wilt be placed oa those lots Walnut Log, visited here this week. so that only nlco homes and white people will be In the neighborhood. Lee Atwill who Is attending school at Lexington, returned home Monday. FOR SALE; For a limited lliue we will offer for sale at a BAll Thn .Ministers' and Member Meet GAIN, 1C0 acres ot fine Umber Und lng of thn West Kentucky Daptlut near Iteelfoot Lake. Owner says Association met at Moscow this eek. there are 1,000,000 feel of cypress. Miss Nellie Harris left for her bom ash, gum, olc. oa this Und. Now ral In Paris, Tenn., this morning after a cottages FOH SALE: Two short visit to her brother, Oco Harris In West lllcktuan, lot SCxlSC, fencAustin Wilson, wbo Is attending Mc ed, water works, etc. Either ouo for Ferrln School at Martin, arrived In $SW or both for $120. The houses Hickman this week aud will spend cannot bo built for this money. the summer with hts parents, Key. G FOR SALE: A flae 17V4 acre tract W. Wilson and wife. right at southeast limits of city, has house, barn and out' On account of Children's Day exer good cises, there will be no preaching at buildings ot all klads. Would make the Methodist church at the morning a nlco addition to tho towa and U hour but regular services will bo held an Ideal tract for truck farming or The sew railroad In the evening, beginning at 8 o' dairy business. will make this land double In value clock. la noxt 12 months. For either home or Investment this proposition Is bard Jim Itlnco. colored, lost hln dence, ono mile above (own. Monadv to beat For particulars call at the a noon by fire, which started from Courier office. a defective flue. Jim carried no In e FOR SALE: A new suranco and the house and contents and 4 vicinity lots (4V4 acrei) wero a complete loss, amounting to barn, etc., just outsldo city limits; a about $500. corking good pUco tor tho monoy. Percy Jones, always hustling, doing Enough ground for truck gardonlug something now, baa responded to tho and poultry. Tho placo you'vo been demand for late lunches, etc., and looking for; let us give you the fighereafter his cafe will be open day ures on It and night Tho man who happens io FOR SALE: Nice residence come In as Into as midnight with a and lot 60x160, In East Hickman; all "hungry chill" will find the latch necessary Improvements good sUble string hanging out at Jones' Cafe und nn exhaustions quantity ot good thing to refresh tho Inner man. the 'leather medal. Among other things, this body agitated and discussed tho building of a new hall. Tho moro was heartily endorsed by nil present Should the proposition be carried out, tho new quarters will contain reading rooms. club rooms, dance hall, tc, all of which are certainly needed In this city. two-stor- y tun ii ' is mi u cur did l a bargain, K.f0fH4 .. -- II I v nil msinv wus i pay rsnu sm ss ioiiiuu, "ill & w (TMB4 rin icrnu iii.i w suit par u4 if bought for about hs.f ly worth. wha? It It will Uesr r!oa Isiy. 1 uri tlon. KY1H BAI.K block from I'm toffies. r. M.U TU low dvstra es; la good repair sad s irry tie pUee. Call at this offloe. IUVS SIS IIIU I vUl Unit mile from f AUUKWU O tont w m all la culUi&Uos, rm oil anm nn iu ImprovemsDU. l i Rfraui This of! If. Twi i Nil uju&ri in fhss hrXtt ftf tl ritr win im. min mi a iutuici i falcon At oncff n&n a ma.. t lar r i i if kas.i--. tttiiMIn rmin m i I . .a sk . Itr I office. guarantee all rini-un- a a plumblcr ui ww up WO r( i tvu $ ui- Will CUTOriUlIX UU Hi t ! " JVffnR 4sri a t. sail j .iL.. ww"v .l..mW ' .... reii-deuc- iir. Mnr woin w' inn niv m,nl NuntllT tr, .Mm. lUrry TbrrU-.Uor Mabel flume Ol iwr inrnu nr ii an in in i an in MIkn Mlftac r a w i n ' " n ndc .nary an ii '- .Vnnlo Ic Iiron - Lowe Brothers High Standard Liquid Paint Gives Best Results And that is the real consideration results not price per gallon, d to one-ha- lf Covering results more square (eet covered. Wear-resulTwo to three years longer 'service, and surface left in good condition for new painting. one-thirts About fifty HIckmanltes attended the dedication services of Mt. Zlon Church last Sunday. Tho attendance Is estimated at from COO to 800. The good people of that neighborhood e- cllpsed all former efforts In tho dinner served, and those who attended say it waB tho roost sumptous foast they ever saw. A request was sent out through tho local newspapers asking that no autos be driven to the church that day, and tho automobll- lata heeded. Not ono was seen. The day was ideal and tho crowd enjoyed the services and hospitality of old Mt. Zlon. Ellison Brothers. TWO NEW TRUSTEES. An election of school trustees was held lu this city Weednesday, result lng In the election ot E. I). Johnson and It-- j. Bradley as now members of tho board, taking the place of C. L. Walker and J. It. Brown. The vot was as follows; E. D; Johnson, 124, The B. A. F. Club, of State Line, will entertain at the home of MU L. O. Wilson Clark, Wednesday oven-lng- , Cowgill's Drug Store Juno 8th. ISO handsome Invitations have been mailed to their friends, Indicating that this will bo ono of tho swollest social events ot tho season at this littlo city. Tho Nothing better in Hickman or Ful members of this club are Misses ton County. Prices are right, too lUce, Wilson Clark, Lillian Clay, Myrtle Saunders, Fauchon UrasflelJ, Unnle Tbrelkeld, Lassie Curlin, Lot-ty- o Llnder, Alllne Roper and Mary (Incorporated) Uurrus. Lu-cll- o Schleuker, 111. It. L. Bradley, 72. J. It. Drown, 70. Mr. Walker refused, to allow his name to be placed on the ticket for and Mr, Brown was beat en by a very small margin. Both of members wero good the ones, and the now ones coming In will bu good men for the place. They will servo three years. Tho Board Is now composed of W. O. Johnson, W. A. Johnston, Torn Dillon Br., Julian Choate, Marlon Pro-voJudge J. W, Cowglll, B, D. Johnson, C, G. Schleuker and It. L. Brad- O. O. out-goin- g Tho school election held In thin cltv yesterday, was as usual, unknot to mnny of tho voters, and tho small vote polled Is a sad commentary on the Interest taken In this matter by our citizens. The tow notices tacked up on telephone poles, announcing tho coming election and torn down by wind and rain a few hours afterward. are a "light under a bushel" so far as tho good they do. In remote coun try districts, where there are no newspapers and this Is tho only means of Informing the public, tho law pro scribe woll. Dut In cities, where there Is no end of hurso bills, starch signs, kllluraqulck pill placards, etc., dangling from all poles and fences, the avoruge cltlton does not look hero for election notices, but rather to his newspaper. Hereafter thero will bo no excuso on tho part of tho Board fo not making theso elections public. If they foci too hard up to pay for such notice In the Courier, wu will gladly donate tho space lu the Interest ot education. This does not mean we aro not getting Rood inuii on tho board, but such practlco will sooner or later offor opportunities to tho "dark horse" who would sacrlfico principle for mercenary gain and then. too. overy votor In entitled to this Information. It will create a greater Interest la school work. Lose Your Money And It's Gone But ;f you lose your check book, we will Rive you another. In this lies the safety in paying all bills with bank checks. Your money is secure with us, yet ready to use as you require it. You are tempting the "hold-u- p ninn" so long as you carry a roll of bills. Better keep your cash in this bank nnd rest easy. We are at your service. CapiUl and Surplus, $ 65, 000.00 it Hickman Gun Club HICKMAN, KENTUCKY V ....$950.00 Added $800.00 IN CASH $150.00 IN GUNS Percentage System 35, 25, 20, 15'nnd 5. li )mm ZJHBV 111 I. . IrlPIil y I I "g: ii - II I . ' HI t n i HIre . I I I I JUNE 13th. 1910. MWKKI'MTAKKM FIRST DAY OITIOXAt. Kntrnnco . Kvnt No. 2 1... TnrieU .. ...20 .. ..20 . . . & C ... $5.00 ,,,. " ..... , ..10 ..20 t t, for high average for ..20.. I ho ft. day, . .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 . six events. .hooting tlirough tho This Handsome Mission Library Set e Here's a very excellent Mission Oak Library Set -- two chairs, table and rocker well made, Boston leather spring scat, 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 cary the biggest line of Davenports in this city massive quartered oak and Russian leather at. from $27.00 to $35.00. four-piec- Krit No. 2 3 4 R JUNE Nth, 1910. SECOND DAY Tarist. .1. 1.20.,. mX'im " ' ...... .. t.20.. ,.20 ..20 .'.20 Kntranc ,. 12.00 .. AitilrJ Mouey, $25.00 25.00 25.00 25;00 sic.oo .. ..20 ? 5 9 10 11 ...... ...... ...... :o ..20 20 ; .. ...?.."j,20 20 ,.20 12 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2,00 2.00 2,oo 2.00 2.00 .. , 35.00 25.00 23.00 25.00 26.00 26.00 25.00 ST. LOUIS FURNISHING COMPANY The following were granted II ense to marry in Obion county last tfeek: Hickman Lodge No. 761, F. ft A. John Lndd and Ava Edwards. II.. will Beet in regular comraunlca-UoW. C. Oseman and Vtrgie Simmons. next Monday night at 7:30. Vis D. A. McCuIlar and Victoria Bags-dalltlcg brothors cordially Invited. n yoo.oo Knt. No. 1 ...... ' JUNE 15th, Trrla 1910. THIRD DAY Kntranc .1...., 2 4 C C .... r , ' . ,.20. . "0 20 fl20 .. ..2.00 .. 2.00 .. 2.00 .. 2.00 .. .. .. .. .. Added Montr. 126.00 Hickman Lodge 761 F. & A. M. MARRIAGE LICENSE. 25.00 .. , a .20 7 8 9 10 11 ,. ' 1 20 20 20 .. .. . . .. .. 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.0b 2.00 .,20 20 .. ..00 Handicap .. 25.. 2.00 Snot gun, 2nd High Guti, $40 I'uinp Gun. Professionals and amateur are eligible to shoot for prize In Handicap. Professional and amateurs must shoot In all regular events and handicap on June 14 and 16 to bo ellglblo to participate In tho high and low average prizes given on following page No entrance money will he refunded In event of withdrawal from Handicap. The Club reserves the light to extend the shoot tho follow, lug day In event of failure from any cause to roiaplcte the pro 12 u rum mo. 25.00 25.00 25.00 .. 25.00 .. 25.00 .. 25.00 .. 25.00 .. 25.00 .. 25.00 1st' High Gun $50 d.b. II. N. COWOILL. Master. D. OWEN'S, Secy. Work In F, C. degree. Work In M. M. degree, NOTHING DOING HERE. Carlos mers. Perry McMurry. D. O, Neely and Vlrglo SumB. Browder and Nannie High Average Money The following high average for amateurs prizes are given to those shooting through the regular programme and handicap. 'GEN, H. A. TYLER First high gun Second high gun Third high gun Fourth high gun Fifth high gun PRIZE. $30.00 20.00 17.60 15.00 12.60 ' HICKMAN GUN CLUB PRIZE. Sixth high gun Seventh high gun Klghth Ninth Tenth Eleventh Twelfth high high high high high gun gun gun gun gun 10.00 10.00 7.60" 7.50 5.00 5.00 5.00 ( First lowest Second Lowest Third Lowost Fourjh lowest Fifth Lowest Sixth .Lowest Seventh lowest Eighth Lowest Ninth Lowest Tenth Lowest ' JOE CANTILLON PRIZE. Low Average Money, Gun Gun Gun Gun Gun Oun Gun Gun Oua Gun $5.00 5,0o 5.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 0.00 5.00 IIRrtm VK" la Mm mmDHv Great J. Frank Hatch Shows to bring It purine, strengthens and regulates. their monster aggregation to Union Price 50c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co City for a week's engagement for their benefit May 30th to June 4th The Bardwell News states that . Inclusive. Union City Judge It, J. Bugg will hold the Juno Tho meetings held on last Thursday term of circuit court at Bardwell night and on Monday night following Ills health Is materially better. to arrange for a Fourth of July cele bration In Union City resulted in the A bilious, half-sicfeeling, loss of creation of a fund amounting to near eiie'CV. a:id constlnatpri linu.'1a ran ly eight hundred dollars. Union City be relieved with surprising promptness uy uBing iibituiNH. me nrst doso Commercial. brings improvement, a few doses puts This calls to mind the fact that mi sysieui in nne. vigorous condition Hickman has less doing In the way Price 50c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co O of amusement than any other town her size in the world. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Scates. of L'n loo many or our business men Ion City, spent last week with their think of nothing but the almighty dnughter, Mrs. Prather. dollar they don't want to lose a day's time for recreation or gala days. Teethlmr babies nlwn Vll linva n tinrfl But, after all, tho time and money lime or u wnen tins process occurs spent In entertaining tho populace oc in not weatner. They not only have caslonally Is a good Investment. It to contend with painful gums but tho Stomach .8 disordered hmvoU may ho a fair, a gun shoot, a car and the body uncomfortable. Tho nnin best nival, horso show, circus. 4th of July r.eip you can give me mtio sufferer It celebration It doesn't matter what IS JlCliKK'K HAI1V KI.1YIII recti. KOUr over brings a crowd brings now lus!- - tho bowcm Htomnrh. rnntu mid milnta mid helps Prlct ness to that town following the event. i'..c ana auc per bottle.digestion. Hick Sold by Is In sight this year In tho man Drug Co. All that way of amusements in a gun shoot. S. L. Dodds alono deserves credit for Save from U to 12 per thousand on getting up this feature. . Ho Is wide-- . your shingles by buying direct from awake to tho good of such things, and our mill. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. wo need a few moro fellows la News-Bannerk 1 ot-h- The John 11. Gordon Chapter l'. D. C., has completed final arrangements with the management of The reruliirltl A regum morning operation of the bowels puts you In fine shape for the lay's work." If you miss It you feel uncomfortable and cannot put vim Into tOUr movements. Pnr nil hnurol f. As Comfortable as Bare Feet Perfect foot protcctioti for women with com less comfort hitherto unknown. Not a pinch not a ruh pliant, flexible, tough soles and splendid foot-fittistyle. Most for the money. ng CUSTOM MADE BY Wertheimer-Swart- s typo. ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. Shoe Co. W0 5,00 8. L. DODDS PRIZE. Four high professlonols shooting through tho entire three days programme $6.00 In gold each by S. L. Dodds. THE MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO. PRIZE. High Amateur, averago shooting 1 Marlln Trap Gun for the through tho KNTIHK program of the 13th, Nth and 15th. Suited While Your Wait With a pair of nobby, stylish, twoeyelet Tie. They stay on the foot all right, and are the correct tiling for the days. Fulton. Wednesday, Juno 22, 1910, :it 2 o'clock, p. m. Bids for work in District No. 2. will bo Mcctved at Cayco. Saturday, o June 25, 1910, ut 2 o'clock, p. m. THE LADIES OF THE PRESBY. A FULL VARIETY This work will consist principally ut CHURCH WILL SERVE TERIAN SUPPER DURING THE GUN SHOOT grading and will reuulro enough IN THE BUILDING LATELY OCCU- - teams (o pull grader. Contract will PIED BY NAYLOR'S BOOK STORE. ho made with lowest and best bidder on baBls of a day's work of ten hours. HOURS FROM 7 TO 9 p. rn. -- O- ' For further Information address Judgo W. A. Naylor, Hickman, Ky. No en. Chw Don't wait any longer to get that Loon llrowder. Marvin Anything you want that wo haven't poultry fesG you nee4 It MOW. Wo ot In Purnlturo we will bo glad to Thompson, Kd Kelly and Hdw. guests of Hickman 8 have plenty ot Call at the Hickman Furniture Co. order It for Furniture i of lulton, were Company, lac. fsr anything yeu waat la furniture. I fair sex, Suuday. Company, sum-m- er This old dope about certain thlnas "carrylug off all tho money," Is all If peoplo can't como to Hickman to spend It, they aro going to some other town. You can't kojp people from seeking amusement. Hundreds of dollars will leave Hickman July 4th on account of the enterprise of some of our neighboring cities, while her tight-wad- s will sit at homo and twirl their thumbs. Yet you couldn't drlvo this Idea into the heads of some with a maul and glut. They aro content to sit beneath tin Upas trees Bhado and batho their Bplrll In tho soothing old adage "a bird In tho hand Is worth two In tho bush." What wo need In a few wideawake fellows on the head of things who will not tread lightly for fear of waking tho Bleepor. Push and aggressive. liens will got results; thero aro hundreds of opportunities for bettor things In Hickman and surrounding country that aro waiting duvelopmuu'. hog-was- I tako this means of informing my friends that on and after June 1. 1910. I will make Hickman my permanent business location. I will open thor oughly equipped dental parlors on the second floor ot the LaClede build ing and will appreciate your patronage. J. O. STUBBS. Dentist. BIDS ON ROAD WORK. Notice is hereby given that bids on contracts for road work In Fulton county, Kentucky, will be received as follows: Bids for work In District No. 3 and will bo received at the court house in Hickman, Monday, Juno 20th. 1910. at 2 o'clock p. ju. Bids for work tu District No. 1. will be received ut the court house 4, Sprinkling Rates FOR 1010 The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1910, in residence section, is 50 foot front and under 8c for each additional foot. ... $6 $6 Business house rate, each door This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sPiinkle. Bradley & Parliam HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. ft! Incorporated ku.au You.-llle- kwau Hickman Courier and Commercial Appeal a year for $1,95 Telephone 65 for Plumbing and ALL SORTS: Tinwork-JOH- N Heard On the Streets lllg Shoot. Juno 13-1- 4 cotton -"I write lo news lldpctl IT' M I Buy Ice Coupon Books AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL No ice will be charged. The drivers will cither collect cash or coupons. Don't expect them to credit you, for they will be charged with each book, and will have to account for the ice they take out for delivery. TTTTTTT'fT'rrTTTTTTTT Cotton, the plumber. Phone 68. 100 a Save h on your v m "J 15 acre farm to tell Kennedy, pxi Kennedy. Kill-son'- Houses and lots te sell You can get REO A tM? Wo servo HKO llarrli Ice Cream Parlors. at Helm ft 10.50 WOrth IIS WC.p! For anything In the Bond Addition ce Kennedy. II. It. Green has been quite nick for tho past 'week. Dr. V. A. Boyd died nt his homo in .Mayrield, Sunday. Inst wvek Grocery Bill saves you 6 per cent, you keep Your own acct. pay ouly for what you GET. sf.n l. of A, Brock Wi cs Mrs. complete bathroom for . h Jd AU EaS Wo,x1'kk,K J B. 0. Itol wns In Union City yem r day on butlnes. "II. T. resldeiiro Boale Is finishing up In This rule will not apply to soda fountains, butcher shops, fish docks and other large users of ice, as their accounts will be on file at our office. Ilollla Kirk spent govern! days of Our coupon system Is being heartily endorsed by everyone. This Is at Dyorsburi:,. Teiui. evident from the Increase In our busl Butto's .xcelIcnco and Autumn nets. And whyf Because It Loaf best flour niado Travis. Your parties are not complete ur. lass REO Is serve. Cowalll's. Tlio I. I). C. will decorate graves ui lio cltr cemetery tomorrow after- iioon. East Hickman. a nice I will lady who certain,". c. and Is Sw'!tr.;,j. 7 Hickman Furniture Co. for undertakers goods. III hondqusrt-er- a cents, May wheat dropped to 9SU cents Chicago Saturday, a decline LiuARDU Tho Woman's Irom'l cadavhc, pains In arms, s!:oaiders of CU N ft Hickman Ice (INCORPORATED.) Coal Co. 1 I SPECIAL NOTICE. MAKES YOU MORE ECONOMI. CAL. J. A. Moore, wlfo am! douRhtor uru 2 Sunday. 'loyd Naylor returned Sunday from LexltiKton, whom ho has boen attend John Caldmrll, wlff. ami son nt GIVES THE CASH CUtT:MER Hickman countr. upont last Thursday In Hickman. MORE FOR HI8 MONEY. SAVES US A BOOKKEEPER'S SALARY. , GyprMa shingles at II thousand at mill. Yntea Kirv Shlnglo Co. 8IILNHLEC Tonic Pr l ing school. I I ct Business Directory -- ASK FOR RATES- - W00DLAWN DAIRY. A. H. Leet, Prop. Best of Milk and Butter delivered. Home Phone No. 27. McMURRY A. and save a doctor's bill! L. P. Baltrer Office over Hickman Drug Company Tom Dillon, Jr., Hickman, Ky. B. T. Davis, Attorneys-st-La- FLAT Quality counts In Shlngles-gthe Owing to the large number of complaints coming in about nut houses, best by buying direct from our mill. Yates & Kirk Shlnglo Co. etc.. In the city, it becomes our duty to notify all parties to clean up nnd A. A. Paris, Dr. Lon Naylor and K. put In a sanitary condition all such C. Johnson attended Knight Templar places. Former notice was Ignored, IikIho In Pulton Monday night and If this warning is not promptly Hugh O'Donncll, of a big cotton heeded, legal steps will be taken to enforce the law appllrablo to such concern of St. Louis, was the guest cases. Why not tako kindly advlco of C. T. Bondurant Saturday and Sun-laI BETTERSWORTH 4. P RATHER Groceries City Delivery; both, phones No. 38. "Best of Everything" COURIER Will sell REALTY COMPANY Phone No. 21 you an- other. that place and get lexis: U T. JACKSON, Misses Annlo Cow till and Louise At wood and Arch Do lio w and Qua Alexander attended a danco In Martin J. W. Roney Health Board. Tuesday night. Arthur Hale returned Thursday of last week from Spring Hill, Tcna., whero bo has been attending Bran ham & Hughes school. Hickman Grocery Co., ENABLES US TO SELL FOR than a now one.- LESS MONEY. The Vulgar Indecent Practice NO BAD ACCOUNTS TO BE ting on the yldowalki nr nirVm... CHARGED TO PAYING CUS- - should be prohibited. TOMER. Mis Cocll Barnes returned ThursYOU KNOW WHAT YOUR ORO. day from a fow days' visit with CERY BILL IS EVERY DAY. friends at Three St tea, Mo. WE CARRY THE BEST LINE Miss Victoria Hondursnt spent a OF GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS IN HICKMAN. few days last week with her sister. AND AGAIN SAVES YOU 6 Mrs. Ilsrdy I.lggon, at Union City. PER CENT. I have tha grades and prices. Do TRY IT ONE MONTH not term to have your grocer nil your orders with flour sold by Travis went to Rlvw, Term., Sunday, to accompany his wtr.i i,n ma from that city where she has Wn visttiug relatives. That dlso cultl'iator is dull It! R. L. Gray can make It bctur fec incs, etc, or if yW icel tired, weary, worn. rvilt u't r: Arm - n.n... ,,. It has helped thousands of other weak, ladies aim ii you w !l only jjive It a trial, you will be thankful ever after su Don't throw that ca. away take tt to Csy k have It ground. fc tt .lwt4 a4 i. i Co O. T. Salmon left MonJsy for Brton's landing te if'er timber Interests of ih llm. i.,o J. M. Exclle J. II. Parks, wife sod to i Urs, Misses Nell sod itlwcbr of1 s Ion City, are new ciiifDi of Ji. c They will reside at the i lltrtt t place. di-n- No business, no pay. SHOP lrvp. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. Phone 20, night or day. Hickman, Ky. DR. All White Barbers At a meeting of tho stcokholdcrs of the Hickman Hank last week all of tho ofd officers were to serve another term. Couldn't Improve cn this bunch. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Dentist Davidson's old stand. Phone No. 2. Hickman, Ky. GRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP (Hunzlker'a Old Stand) Lowest prices for horseshoeing. Wood and Iron Work. HICKMAN HARNESS CO. A. J. Wright, Manager. Makers and Dealers in Harness. Itepalr Work a Specialty. CLAY 4. CALDWELL. Blacksmiths. Blacksmlthing and Woodwork. Horse Shoeing a specialty. OooooooooooooO o o o o o o o o o c A. M. TYLER Attorney at Law I am now located at Padu- cah, but will continue to prae- tlce In the courts of Fulton county and will be In Hickman every 2nd and 4th Monday, o o o o o OooooooooooooO o o o This 1b too good to keep. A comedian at tho Lyric one night last week asked another what became of Noah's ark. His answer was, "they're using It for McCutchuon Itow.". Thero are several Noah's arks around this burg that the city dads should order torn down. We have a law against com mon untsances and we think the law Is violated every day that some of these shacks stand. Charlie Burchard, Dave Bryant, IL Edwards and Harry Kd wards, four of ForMTrrsl reiuons thnO. K.dnrrvet your Union City's sports, wore hero Fripntroruiep tht-- bare tbe only Kltctrlc In ths cltr. the nicest iMth mimi.flr day to attend a meeting of the Hick-ma- n new ertblnsjour and comfortable, ami solicit a Gun Club. snare 01 Diisinei. The President has sent to the SenGive Them a Trial ate the nominations of J. M. Sharp as U. S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky and Geo. W. $100 REWARD $100. Tho readers of this paper will be Ixiug as Marshal for tho Western displeased to learn thn thero is at least trict. one dreadi-- disease that science bos been able to euro In all Its stages, Win, Aildams, of Cyntblana, Is said and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh to be a candidate for governor. As Cuit Is tne only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Ca- be Is one of the men who recently tarrh being a constitutional disease, raised the taxes In all but 20 counrequires a constitutional treatment. ties of the stnlo, ho may as well f,et, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internal- off before ho gets on the track. ly, hctlng directly upon tho blood and mucous jiirfures of the system, thereTho Illinois Investigation has by destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient brought out be fact tha senators got (strength by building up tho constltu-tlo- a out ho fact hat senators got 13,200 and assisting nature in doing its for their votes white representatives owe work. The proprietors have so received 11,900. According to these much fa'th In the curative powers thut they offer Ono Hundred Dollars quotalons a senator is worth $t,300 for any cabo that It falls to euro, more than a mere representative. tf.'iid for Hit of testimonials. At last tho N. C. & St. L. Itailroad Address K. J. CHUNKY & CO.. Ohio. Co. Is doing some work on their park Sold by alt druggists, 76c. In this city. The weeds bavo been Tnko Hull's Family Pills for consti- cut nnd a force of men put to work pation. grading and leveling up the grounds. O This can be made the prettiest placo Hickman seems to have developed In tho town; It Is to be regretted that a new form of "Night Rider," who this work wuh not done sooner. Hps open automobile tires with a pocket knife. C. T. Bondurant had if you bavo tho Itcb. don't scratch, this experience Sunday night when makes the skin blocd. Apply HAL-LMVS SNOW LINIMENT. Hub It be left his car for a feu minutes to on the affected parts. It go Into a store. The car Vas stunJ-In- g liently Itching lustantly and a few ap- In front of Daltzcr & Dodds fctoru. tiilcnLlmiH rrmnviui I ho cause thus Der. When Mr, llondurant camo back he Inruing a permanent euro. Price 25c I found ono of the tires flut and n gash 5'c i. nd $1 per bottle. Sold by HickDrug Co. In It eight Inches long. Tho man wh man Hulloy's comet Is still disappearIs doing this trick Is "skating on mighty thlu Ice." If caught, he Is ing at ho rate or 1,1105 miles a win-ut- o and will soon be out of sight for liable to get the worst of a bad bar75 years. Let tho little chllrdeu fix It gain. In their minds so the few survivors Quito's Excellence flour Is positive- will bo prepared to toll about It when ly guaranteed by us. Uettcrsworth It comes back In 1985. The grown & Prather. folks needn't bother about remembering tho present visit. They, will not be here. And Good Ones Man-Ba- On account of the U. 8. Military Tournament Nashville. June lp.Si, itio raiircid fare for round trip from Children's I)y exercises will be Hickman will be 1 5.10. btld nt the Firm Methodist Church Mrs. W. A. Naylor and daughter, in this city on the first Sunday morn Miss liny me. left yesterday for Shaning In June, at It o'clock. A very In- non, Miss., to visit friends. They teresting special program has boen will bo gone about two week. prepared for this occasion and everyaff.x-io.body Is cordially Invited to bo. presChildren that am h onm. ent Come out and encourage tho am palo and sickly and liable to contract somi fatal disease. WHITE'S children with your prr-scuc- We nrc Agents for the OLDEST Insurance Companies In Hickman They are compani'i 'bat kxve ClttiAM VERMIFUQE cxim-I- s promptly ami puts the child on tho rom; to health. Price 9k np l,niit Sold by 'Ilckinan Drug Co. Tbo Cumberland Presbyterian In session at Dickson, Tenn. raised about t,000 to continue the litigation between tho Cumberland Presbyterian church nnd tbo ITesby terlan church U. S. A. Mrs. Sarah Tuckur. ago 74. died at her home at Dresden, Tenn . last Wedneaday. Deceased was a sister of Wm. Stoker the well known carpvn ter of this city. Mr, 8tok.fr arrived at her home three minutes sftrs she died. wormo been here longer thxn aryt er. Is your proper' nwf 3 It It too Ute h(n the ahtn sounds to think of a pciicv Do it K. T. NOW TYLtR, Agent LAUNDRY J -- AT To-IvS- Tho Homo Co. now has connection wlib Walnut Log, Tenn.. and are giving first clan atrrlco This sen Ice has long beon nonled, nnd Is a grant convenience to bottom farmers and those who happen to be at tho Lake. Bradley & Parham's Bailttt leavei every Tueiday altennon Best Work Lowest Prices ' 9 A LET US SERVE you here, at the shop of distinctive dress. You will find the necessaries for a weekend "loaf " or just a "take-it-easy" "Undo" Joe Noonon, wlfo and lit tle daughtor left yesterday for Bard- well to spend several dnys with relatives. From thero they go to Denver, Colo., to visit Mr. Noonon's son. 'Uncle" Joe was marreld last month and says this Is their honeymoon. Frank Von Borrles, wlfo nnd baby. town ramble. o' Ixjulsvllle, arrived hero Thursday and will make lllckinnii their homo. Mr. Von Borrles, who has boen In tho Meiigel Box Company's office at tho former city, 111 huve clmigo of tho office work of tho factory hero. v Power Over Illness medl' I treirri! 'J f hv him fails t tu sap-sircu cucv. 10 J lion may im" - ' - . Ingredientthe raUr poor. Give the ihow bytakingmpP For the "Upper Set', Flannel and fancy serge trousers, decidedly and deuc-edl- y different. Hand-tailore- Don't criticise) hrranse ' d and cut on g, custom lines. Waist-fittinwith graceful hip shapeliness and generous knee fulness. which lets your ankles enjoy the breezes. Two-inc- h turn-ups, Hair foHfotf out? Troubled with dandruff? Want more hair? An elegant dreiitngf Sodium Chlorid. Lionutuinlc1 MjtreOreiHa ' Csptkum. Gltttrin. Alcohol. WUr. I'crluinc. Sr. Sulphur. Qulnia. Does not dolor the Hair endorse this formula, or we would not put AYER'S HAIR VIGOR We believe doctors tt up. Next to China, Hickman has some of the narrowest streets of any city Thoy have been tha reIn tho world. sult of unavoidable circumstances, bu It doesn't follow that some citizens should have their fences almost In th middle of the street, or that others should usurp tho whole thing for private use. Tho sooner these fences are ordered set baek on the lino the better. Our growth develop a necessity - for all available street A well known West lllckinuti fill-- ' ii Informs us that there Is a eoa-- t i mini breiuh of pence In that section of tho city on Saturday nights and Sunday on account of drunkenness. If our officers land a few 'of thso bullies In police court tho thing will subside lu a fow weeks. ,n . W tionstoadruB.Jittwmar a point of duping of ripnt lJ irugsthathethepr the . omp; J You .hould have SI to $6 And all other summery things to wear. Does notlitColor the Hair J. O. AYER'S HAIR VIGOR Oewrtm. UmM. ! Bradley & Parham CoutrucU will bo let his month for on tho roads In tho vurlouu parts of tho county. Tho magistrates and Judgo Nnylor have "sot their heads" on having hotter reads In this county and every cltUen Interested In tho development of the county v 111 bo right with them In this wove Money can't bu spout for a butter purpose It you wuut to bid oh this work, seo notice e4ewbr U Ifeki paper. work to overcome illness Tested drugs phar used here, and UiHed maclstsdo ' t ,,n& procurable sickness. wher, . Cowgiirs l)ruy hiore (Incorporate1) Rough Roads mm YTtUL - nre easy to travel when your feet are in a pair of our Packard Shoes. They look right and feel right because they nre made right. en-cat- ed ljaifeh Bros. D. G. CoA I W t HBO at Helm Sc. Billion'. Juno 3, Ak ui them. for reasons why you tihould wear Farmers nro cutlng wheat. 11 ? Now is the time for that Summer suit I S Jeroratlon Day Bradley & Parham NEW ROAD Do tailor not bo misled; remember thj Schmidt, Casu & Son make prompt deliver- lea. rhono 183. 0VCR8EER8. Sheriff Johnson wns biiHlnesa .Monday. In Fulton on attend tho In y, ho r va -- 3 r03"1 last term or court Uie fol overseen for Fulton coun Courier Want Column ne I I Everybody Invited decoration Juno 3, 183 to styles and patterns will exactly please you. You will have to see them to appre- j John Cotton Is hobbling around on erutchos, the result of a sprained an In Itond Addition. Amdv to kle. U. T 8almon. in li. L. King nnd wife, of Clayton, FOR SAL12: Whltn IMvninntl. llneV spent Sunday with S. M. Nalteh and OORENA NOTES, cgR for icttlnB. Mr. A. K. McCon- - wlfo. nru, inckinan. noutu 3. 33tfc j l) Mcr'arUnd, of Jamoi ftayou, Tho best flour In Hickman Ilulto'i KOIt Houso and lot In Excellence Sunday. at Dettcriworth & I'ra' West Hickman, good location, lot la ther's. Mrs, Muttle Cobb, of (lumwood Vol-- r CCxlSO 6 In. Cheap for cash. Houso i.i. id Mn. I.tda Pickett recently bai ilz room In good repair, practt Did you know wo could make that and family, of An cally now. (1000 buy this place If old suit look like now. Schmidt Uie jjlH Sargent you talk quick. Seo 0. 11. Mooney. Tailor. (j03 .Mo., nro vlsltiug his father. This Is tho tlmo of year when tho 'ictre bai been nlco weather and collogca are turning out u lot of book are ull ut work again HAVE YOU TRIED t'9 farmer agonts. week. w mnder road. FOR SALE: 8wcet I'otati Stlna Jl iion Jones, llnssoll road. lxk Jouci, Sth cc. State road.Line nil Mud. 11. L. Curlln. Woodland .Mill, Tunn t T Urndy, Oth sec. Btato il4 Dresden road. FOR HUNT: Two now ; tn Shelby, iMt toe. Orenburg itu Ale appointed. ItATKH-OUont pr Word per Stk Telephone Catti In AuvMire. McMurry, 2nd sec. Shuck road Atteberry, 1st ioc. Moscow and H' I I I I I I I I I' I I i i ) I I M ).44"t- - the grocery jkja Capl. Leo Ij1j:.J road I1IIK8HMAKINO: Hula Hal Verklne, 1st scc..Cayce man. next to LaClede Mn. 'jhacdu at Ills homo Hotel. iva for your wonts Cuso & Son. line. Campbell spent Sunday In Mound City, Ills. ciate the difference in the clothes building. Prices sllwKiWsisMslsllllllllE If you want to buy a farm or town property, call nt tho Courier office. iv1.035if 1 $16,50 Tht Howe oTi KikpcwnKcwMf to $25 UsKJfO ,uhn We Have 'Removed' our immense stock of goods, formerly of g Fulton, Ky., to our store here, and in order to make room we will have to unload as S much of IFas possible at IS u.J Uis'.cr Kor Hottorsworth, of Jllck-M- j was btro one day lait wcok, tar-a- le lo Medley. Don't bo bothered with a misfit whon you can get a fit. Schmidt, the Tailor. Doyd Ross returned Sunday from VI'Nourl, where be has been for the SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB'sts9sSBBBBBB a number of people from cs. 'Votf Ulaud and Columbus wero la l.i vicinity Sunday. U.: lit past year. If your grccerlei have not proven cnUrely satisfactory try trading with C. H. Moore. Unheard of Bargains re will bo prayer nutting at Loc.it drove Churcb every Sunday af t. oo at 3 30 o'clock. Cul 8 Thompson, tbo Deputy Head of tbe JI. W. A., of Weal 1'U.m Mo, vni here last week. N 5c all Fountains "Fire" Kennedy. The local option fight a Pulton Is warming up, and the fur will fly before It la over. Naifeh Bros. D. Q. Co. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Ccvrnto 1910, . fa'di are out nniiouiirlng tho marriage of A. W. McNeil, 'iJRtingdon, Tenn., and Miss Vlda Ttcam of Ft. Worth, Texas, which of v. ouur Thursday, Juno 9th, at Poirechmc Chapel nt hi. Worth. Mr. JI Sr. I i a will known postal clerk nzz es:1 t' in'o this city and one nf the vtr fellow of our acquaint- - Clyde, friend Let mo sharpen that disc cultivat Cheater Homes If at Thrco Stntea. or, I can do it cheaper than any Dug Hlngo, of .Medley, Mo., wns body. II. L. Gray. bore Saturday. IC h. Dradley went to Ashport ou Miss Eslello Reneuu returned Mon tho Str. Mengel Uoz Co., this week with Capt..F. M. Ryan. day from a week' visit with fHond at Three States. Ross Cheshire, of Nashville, was Mr. and Mr. C. A. Terry and son, hero a few days Uils week, tho guest tipoiit Sunday and Monday will BROWNSVILLE. Rov. Daty and Rev. Bowles, of Mar tin, were here Sunday. Mrs. Allle Hawkins, of Dawson Springs, was here Sunday. Ren Stewart, of Paducab, was the guest of Scott Mosler last week. Dr. I. N. Penlck, of Martin, preach ed at Urownsville, Sunday morning. of Miss Mnbel Wilson. at Crutchfleld. , Mr. and Mrs, Ifoneycut, of Wood land Mills, wero the guests of their sou, Harry Thrclkcld, Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Tlsdale, of Union City, wero hero 8unday tho gucHtu of Miss Mollla Dourne. REFRIGERATORS you need n refrigerator that surpasses anything on the market in construction, interior and exterior finish and the only refrigerator that is absolutely sanitary from If Cant. Hollls Kirk and wife return ed Sutunlny night from n visit to rolatlves In Dyeraburg and Cairo. Keep your eye on tho real estate bargains In this paper. It may cou- tain just what you are looking for. JUDGE Our pastor. Eld. W. L. King, will move lo Hickman, about the 15th of Juno. WISE. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. King and Miss Pearl Cloar, of Clayton, wero in this cty last Sunday. W. T. Shanklln and wife and several others of Sassafras Ridge attended services here Sunday. Business Philosopher. The perfect toilet soap made from Palm and Olive oils. For delicate, beautiful complexions. For every member of the family; and every point of view; you need a "When a rnan Is In hard luck, he Tho now steel bridge to bo built Metropolis by the Durllngton, will needs only to remember that rough be a mile long and cost 14,000,000. seas make good sailors," says the Judge, "but he will anchor at a safe Tho Hickman Furniture Co. han dles the best Una 'of Furniture In harbor If he buys his drugs from tho Wist Kentucky. Let us show you. Hickman Drug Co. Drug service at tt Children's Day exercises will bo held at Drownsvlllo Sunday, June 12, N, beginning at 6:30 p. in. lite Prist con- The best flour over brought to Hickman Ilulto'i Excellence and Au tumn Leaf each sack guaranteed Travis. This refrigerator is structed of heavy galvanized sheets. The in terior finish is of white enamel. The exterior finish Locks, handles, is cither white or golden oak enamel. heavy polished brass. hinges and trimmings are of Mounted on heavy roller bearing castors. Insulated with nerofelt and maltha, which keeps the temperature in the provision chamber from four to six degrees colder thnn 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-picWe say. if you need a refrigerator at $20.00 Or a larger size at 30'0 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. k. Miss Nell l'eavler and Miss Katelle Rcneau camo up Saturday morning from Throo States, returning that at' ternoon. Elslo GUdewell, son of Jesse Glide-wel- l, this store Is unexcelled; they handle fell from a tree Sunday afteronly the purest and best to be had noon and was seriously Injured. and dispense It with the greatest care A large number of Hlckmanltcs atPrices j re reasonable, service prompt, tended the dedication exercises at and at all times courteous treatment. Urownsville church last Sunday. Just to satisfy yourself as to their claims, give them a share of your drug business." Motfi Nervlm Pills The great nenr. and brain treat-me(or caea and women, produce strength and vitality, bulldi up the Cleaning and Pressing Schmidt. system and reaewi the normal vigor, A. E. Owen was In Union City one for sale by drugsUU er by mall, $1 per box, 6 boxea for $6. Hickman day last week. Drug Co., Incorporated. Mrs. F. M. Ryan returned Sunday O from uu extonded visit to relatives In Louisville and Cloverport, Ky, It might be of Interest to our read-or- s to know that failure to glvo thu Members of the Christian Women's ussessor the. correct number of dogs Hoard of Missions, will nieot next you possess Is liable to cost you a Tuesday, Juno 7, 3 p. in., at tho flno of $25. Auditor James Iibb notiChristian Church. fied Sheriff Johnson to seo that evAt a holghtT of 23,000 foot .accord ery dog in tho county Is assessed. ing to the weather bureau, the torn Failure to glvo them iu will be takperature la 20 degrees. Tho man who en up by state authorities.' Tbo statu buys potatoes and meat on tho Hick also says that the suorlff need mun market should experience a do' not bunt up tho man wto owes dog llghtfully cool sensation when hi tax, but that said man must come an pay the officer. Another fine is prereaches tho price. scribed It you fall to do this. As & ga whole, It looks like dogs are getting J, A. Oliver, of Cairo, and dnu tor, Mrs, Jas. Mayuard, of Iilythevllle, to be a poor Investment. Ark., came down from Cairo, UU., It It wasn't for the stock law, a Uie latter part of the week to visit h s. father, A. F. Oliver. J. A. has a cow could be kept In Hickman at a responsible position with the Slower profit of 13.47 a year. While the Mfg. Co., and bas been with them for prottt Is not large, the pleasant ought to be great, twouty yu-a- . For every toilet use, Palmolive Helm & Ellison WHY NOT TRY It doesn't cost It wo don't sell your real cstato, you a cent. It wo do, It only costs you. 2 per cent. The Courtbr Realty Co. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Walker, Miss Oraco Reoveti, of Chuffeo, Mo., and Miss Frnnkyo Hold spent Monday and Tuctiday at Reelfoot Luko. It must havo been a very Interest- lug base ball game played Saturdy botwecn Caycu and Clinton. The score was 24 to 10 In favor of Cayco. t Popham's ASTHMA REMEDY prompt and poslUte relief lu every case. Sold by The Hickman Drug Co, price $1. Trial package by mall, 10c. Williams Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland. Gives 25-0- 0 Fresh groceries and vegetables of all kinds at the Hickman Grocery Co, You savu C por cent by tradlug with them. .You can't shoot through somo steak sold In Hlckmnu, but that is not tho kind sold by tho Hlckumn Grocery Co. If you want beter meat, glvo Of course prices for plumbing and tinning wll come down now, but you will have to get my prices to see Just how low they go. John Cotton. O them a trial; It costs 5 per ceut less. ! Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED Elbert Johusou was arrested Saturday by thu Sheriff charged with bootlegging down about the Mengel factory. Ho was taken before Judgo Naylor tho same day and tried. Tho Judgo fined htm $C0 and costs, which he paid. S. L. Dodda, Clarence Reed, Sheriff Johnson, Ed Prather, L. A. Stone, Dr. JU M, Hubbard, Dr. O. M. Uluckford, Mrs, S, M, Hubbard and Oce Harris drove over to Clinton, in uutos, Sunday afternoon to attend the funeral of Chas. A. Kennedy, father of A, E, KennedV, of this city, Mr. Doddb' party returned via Union City. insurance Kennedy, JVet'cr Vary in Quality Because thp utmoskcare is taken by Mft Ckfs to select only the choicest tr-Tas- te Boy In Knicliers a Wireless Wonder peared Impressed by what he ld. When he had finished his argument ngalnst the bill tho boy turned prophet. Ho raid that In ten years It would bo posslblo for persons on land to communtcato with distant points by wireless. "If n man has nn automobile breakdown IS miles from hoRir, ten years from now." ha said, "all he will hart to do will bo to take out his wireless kit, call up his butler and tell him be will net come home to dinner." Master Stokes also Informed the members of iho commlttoo that tor elgn nations wero far ahead of the United States in thq development ot wireless telegraphy and blamed the era of wireless stock exploitation this country has experienced. He said there were between 23,000 and 40.000 boys In the United States Interested In wlrefoss telegraphy and expressed the belief that their experiments would prove of great value to the nation in tho future, , Young Stokes Is the son of the proprietor of the Ansonla apartment hotel In Now York, and will bo remembered as the first person to dovlun a receiving box for the Interception ot wireless telephono and, telegraph mes-rage- s. materials and prepare them in the same careful manner every time. You are thus assured- of uniform goodness, and this is the reason that the use of Libby's gives such general satisfaction to every housewife. - , TtyLiMy;... Xl ...... Dried Beef Mexican. Ham Loaf Chili coa Care Vienna Sausage Evaporated Milk Tal For luncheon, spreads or everyday meals they are just 'the thing. Keep a supply in the house. You never can tell when they will come in handy. Ask forLibbj'sand be 4sure, you get Ubbfs. of tho United States senate committee on commerce list ened recently with respectful atten tion to the arguments of n boy In knickerbockers whose head barely topped tho table which separated htnVnml hla'dlgnlflcd auditors. Tho youthful orator was William R. D. Stokes, Jr., of New York, hnd his theme was wireless telegraphy and telephony. He Is president ot tho Junior Wireless Club of America, Ltd, and he Is opposed to certain features of tho Depew bill, which provides for government regulation of wireless telegraphy. Master Stokes said (bo members ot his organization wero amateur wireless telegraphers, all of tender years. He told tho committee that tho boys favored a nominal license fee for wifeless operators, tho llccnso to bo revocable for "malpractice." The boy lobbyist's voice was youth ful, but his words were those of a grown man and a scientist and his hearers sralledbrondly at bearing him rou uujnyy jrpra ins . iqnguo . mo polysyllabic technical terms oT his craft. However, they paid respectful attention to his arguments and ap WASHINGTON-Orav- p. A b'8 bcn? was a fteberman'i Asttgftter, she 0 worn her hair In a net, and she preWife Obeyed Orders' to' Hte' Letter, fert ferred love In a nteeatetlal way, Unfortunately Werkmen Moved "My leve,' he whiskered, "you hold Post Hole. first 'place' In my heart! Although I a nennder' about In expressing myself, In a western state workmen began my 'sole' wish Is that ynu will save 13 o dig a post hole for an electric light the best dish you me frew becoming a 'crabbed' old In front of a Dutchman's dwelling, bachelor. I shall stick to yet) doner when tho master forbftclo them to conwu serve. tho than a 'limpet, frew you a 'wlnk'U' tinue. After soma dlicmwton his wife stand on a te tho read to guide me. Togcthor Dutchman bade we will 'skate' . Delicious largo, flat slaW- - with which ho cov- when I !oek at over life's 'rocks,' and and your hHd boslde mo ered Ihe hole. "New, Orctchen," he I shall ay to myself: n o u ris hin Tortuao was said, "dat Ish vhoro you shlands tin tnlno when Ijiui 'herring' there!" 1 comcs.hack mlt eln cnjunctlon." The And then tho lady dropped her eyes for solid Iran 'stood there like a statue, In aweet contusion, and murmured! hor hands on ibcr Ulpe. When the "Pass the salt" : huaband disappeared, Ihe leader of "uuuiuoris, the workmen ordered the slate, wllh System Required. Economical and tbo frau on It, to bo removed. With Clerk May I have a day's perfect politeness the lady wos set on morrow, sir? it Is my mother-l- leave toa taw's one sldo as It sho bad been a fat tea-pfuneral. on a salver. Tho Dutch wlfo stood Employer My dear Huber, this like Casablanca, but the hole wns well mustn't occur again. Last week your DAISY FLY rela Us place when tho householder who died and now your mother-In-law'- s turned, with tha Injunction. He was going to be. burled, You otcrcomo With astonishment and arrange things better In your luust wrath, "Vy vas you not stood on dat and see that they.hsppen In family the Iin1 ho itnminilAl of kill wife. "It Lustlge Walter. was on dls atono dat you var puts roe," sho answered, lie looxca at nor With Desplsery. In helpless Indignation a moment, and Little flirt Mother, that's such a I linn rrlml- - "t (ran tint mosn dat VOU nasty little boy; whenever ho passes shtond on dat stone ven dat hole was me be makes a face. DONT" carried away ("Christian Register. Mother Very rude of him, I hope ,11.1V you don't do It back. BROKE HER UP. r m ssoirw Little air! Oh, dear, no! I simply turn up ray nose and treat blm with iVoM'owiTi"i7:'L''H desplsery. Him I I JACKSON Lm 7T rl co. 1 too a. obikm " : It costi more to live now than It did LssWbbbbW a hundred years ago, but they had no baseball then. W. N. U, MEMPHIS, NO, flfce STOOD WHERE SHE WAS PUT Vtr'rttjfcy. - vaisl &od an, J -- KILLERJ boll-day- Bffl 22-- l" This device waa perfected In.tSep-tcmbc190S, on tho root of his father's hotel. It was-thresult of long ind secret experiments In which the boy was unaided. When his laion-tlowas examined by wireless experts they pronounced him an electri' cal prodigy. r, s1sBLBBBLr sTLssm bLbV BBBBBBHBBBf IMj, (7 McNeil VLitty, Animals In Kitchen Peril to Health One of the moat Important "iufjes-tlonIs that In regard to ptomaine poisoning. On this subject tltn author s Cakf says: ' made ertbMiSE TherefcreCaller Ceold Secrecy Only Who Had Taught Youngster to Stand on Hit Head. Guet INSECTS play a large part as me chanical carriers of dlscaso and none Is worse, than the common houso fly, yet lttsiallowed to Infest meat ex posed for sale, bread and sweetmeats, berries, tho edgo of tho milk pall and tho food' on the kitchen table Tho keynote of cleanliness) Is espe cially sounded with respect to keeping pet animals In the kitchen. The fur of the cleanest ot them must come In contact with many things which wo would not care to have touch our food. This Information Is Imparted In a bulletin Issued by the department ot agriculture, prepared under tho supervision of the oftlce ot experiment sta tions. It Is entitled. "Caro of Food la the Home," and Is for free distribu tion. Its author, Mrs. Mary Hlnman new ideas Abol has advanced-manand called attention to many simple house methods that mako for clranll- ness and wholcsomencss of foods In the home. countess" of Cardl-Batho author,: you know, ot that wicked book of memoirs, thinks the modern glrf Js too '.thletlc and sold- - The venerable New York. anYEnsllsb visitor to - "The counter o? Cardigan often tells of a youn man who was drinking tea with a beautiful girl when her little brother slipped jnto the room. "'Mr. Manncrlng,' ti'i boy asked, 'can you stand on your head! "No, said the visitor toughing, t'l don't believe I can.' 4-- 'Well, 1 can,' said tho boy. took .7 ' here. "And ho stood on his head, very " neatly, in the corner. --'HA,'ha laughed Mr. Mannerlnx;. v 'And"who aught you'thatJ "The urchin Jrowncd. . 'told rae I must j'ster,' not'er tell " -he-wil- composition and the danger likrdl) bo recognized without laboratcrjfyap-paratu- s It is no. uncommon thing to hcar'.tnat a largo number otper sons attending a banquet wero taken I violently 111 within a few hours. These cases ot wholesale poisoning general-ly occur In summer after a heated j term. It Is a safe rule to cat spar ingly of foods liable to changos In hot weather and where the serving of a large number at one time brings a strain on tho culinary forces, when material la certain to bo served which baa been prepared a considerable time In advance." Mrs. Abel thinks ordinary kitchen methods fall short of today's requirements, especially with respect to sanitary science. The old fashioned hatred for dirt Is not enough. This applies especially with respect to Die cleaning ot kitchen utensils. For boiling has long been known to klt whatever was tbo cause ot "spoiling" food. However, most housekeepers did not "boll out" tbo milk cans, etc, but simply scalded them. "Food may become dangerous even beforo It shows outward df;ss of de- Mrs. I. I. Terary gtrcn up her club. Mrs. Wlee baa Mrsv Itlt Boo Why Mnu I I, Terary Every tlmo she went to a meeting her husband moved the furniture- la tho parlor all around. 1 Fee Counterfeit. wolMresscd stranger entered the oftlce of Justice William II. Williams, Montclalr. N J- - and after shaking bands astonished the Justice by say. Ing: "I'm hero to redeem that counterfeit $10 bill I passed on you. Two years sgo I called on you with my girl and two witnesses and you mar rled us. I handed you a $10 bill. I bad a counterfeit la my pockelbeek that I'd carried for several years. I never missed It until yesterday. Then I remembered that I'd accidentally banded you the bill." Tho caller produced a good J 10 bill, but the Justice refuse to tako lu "Don't lot that worry you, my dear fellow," bo laughed. "I never knew It was a counterfeit No kind of money sticks to rae over night I'm married, my self." Wedding A When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would also benefit her if suffering with the same -trouble? . nr T t. t Tt .i ricrc are iwo iciicrs wnicn prove uic aiiacncy 01 Lyaa E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. FlUhvlIle. Ohio. Mr danchtcrvrai all ran do ni, suffered from pains Inner slde.bcadand limbs, and eeuld walk but n. short distance at a time. Htie cntuo very near liavlnjr umons prostration, Usui begun to cough a pooddral, and aeemcd melancholy by spclLt. Sho tried two doctors but not llttlo help. Slnco taking it III m T A,,, O-JllkM- irrr-.-r- r Purifier and Llrcr l'Uls alio hai Im- jprerca so mttca mat suo iccis ana iookj itso I.tiIIa. ML PltiltliAm'a IVrrtalilo Compound. laaether KlrLM Mrs. C. Colo, 1'ltchTillc, Ohio. Made No.Dfffertsnce. . r Congressman Ttansdalo'of Louisiana!, recently told ,astqry,of Alec Trimble, tho .valet andi factotum f of a physf-cIb- " o In New Orleans, who loolr- - a one ot tho summer shirts of his master, and Anally went and bought oaefezacUy;Hke t. He. showed it to ls mistress, "who said that he had done .'wrong, fig thp.. two shirts might Set jnlxed'In herwashlng; and Alec e It, Smoke 3.$ They Discuss Tobacco's Harm fan-cy,t- answered: "" dtff'reqee, missus, 'eauso dey's bptb..aiue la size an' 2 price." make no "lt'd WITH smoke' curllng-frot- n Jif.a Would, They i A little American boy with his fa th.er was. visiting a market In a Mexican city. H. saw a little native girl with a 8mal' v.skotful of red poppers, of which she was eating one. His 'was twnit to say: "She thinks she U t'ry smart," as tho son called his adaption to, It,, tThQ boy spoke up fluIckiy,Tn"owing what was to be said: "Pa, would those red peppers make you smart if you cat all of tbom?" Ills father replied: "Yes, son." SiM-el- y fa-'th- ifJai(itr Equality. Doctor (politely) Good morning, Mr. Schmidt, . . cigars, heart specialists from througbout the country who re cently attended. thc'rongTCts ot Amer ican physicians and surgeons gath ered In Washington to discuss wheth er tho prolonged and excessive use of tobacco meant "sudden deatb."'At tho closo ot a lengthy debate they were far from reaching an agreement as' to what was tbo real effect of iho use of tobacco on tho heart. Dr, II. L. Eisner of Syracuse, N, Y., Introduced tbe subject by discussing the Influence of tobacco on hypertension In the circulatory system. Smoking In moderate amount by grown persons might not bo Injurious, h'o said, but ho expressed a belief that smoking was Injurious to those wtio had hereditary, ihcarj, afflictions. Dr. Judson Daland'of Philadelphia HpwdDo-rI4(9- . 1 Tafi In Quandary; His Cook Has Quit enough Life losuranco Agent The company has rejected your application on the (old of a family ot four whoso parents ground that you lied in. your answers. had died of causes other (ban angina Why did you say that your circulation pectoris. Thrco ot tbo broihors, cigar is good? manufacturers, who were compelled Mr. Koloom Honest, I couldn't help to smoko mora than SO cigars a day, It Thal'M ray business. You see, I'm developed angina pectoris, while a advertising manager on the Dally sister at tho age of C2 nevor had suf- Uoomer. Puck. fered from tho disease. Appreciation. men had had So far tho 'That successful poker player certhe floor. Dr. It. 0. Curtln ot Philadelphia rose to stem the tide. He told tainly paid a trlbuto to his winning of 60 cases of angina pectoris, In game when he selected his handsome which seven of them were In female home." "How sot" subjects. "Don't you know he built It on a "Women commonly do not use tobacco," said he, "although I hear re- blutti; cently they are taking It up." Dont Risk Your Life He pointed to Japan, "whore boys Dy nPKlrctlnc Conitlpatlon. begin to smoke at nine and Elrli at autotoxtmta. Tiicra Is Just one It lads to rlshl rrtn ten, and where angina pectoris Is not dy for Conitlpatlon. tbu l NAT1JIU78 ItfcMKnr (Nil tblH). lt'a dirrrrrnt common," to prove that tobacco did from all olhen becausa It Is thorough. It not cause the disease. He said It rorrrcla tha entire dlxratlva sritam and curps I)ynpplA might aggravate the disease but not tha kidney, tasy and sura to.and Taka act. Its causo IL 80 might tbe mind, for that ona tonight you'll ftl bttcr In tha All morntni. matter, he sold. He told of an Epis- Tha A. It. On a Ilo Hot. Co.. Pruiciriita. at. Louis. Lawls Uadklne copal bishop who always had an attack ot angina pectoris when he drove Hint to Autolsts. up hill and ot another patient who Magglo I see you out In Harry's auwas accustomed to have an attack of to all tbo time. I didn't know you this dlseaso whon be ran for a street liked him bettor than Jack. car. Marjorlo I don't. Hut the color ot his car harmonizes hotter with my nutomobllo coat. Jthril-matU- From Habit Irasbunr. Vermont. MI feel It my duty to My a few word 1st praise of your medicine. "When I hepa taklnjc It I had been very nick with kidney nnd Madder trouble and nervous) prostration. I ata now taking tho sixth bottle of Lytlla MIMakham's) Vcsfetahle Coruiound nnd find mjwlf srreatly Improved My frlentU who call to kco mo hare noticed a great ckangc." Mrs. A. 1L Saabora, Iroaburg', Ycnnont. Wc will pay a handsome reward to any person who will prove to us that these letters arc not genuine and truthful or that cither of these women were paid in any way for their testimonials, or that the letters arc published without their permission, or that the original letter from each did not come to us entirely unsolicited. Wnatmorc proot can any one asicf For 30 year LydJa K. Plnknam'c VegftaMo Coaieiiad lias been the ntaadard rmcly for (esaaln tlVa, Ne akk woman dees Justlco to herself wke will Bet try this faaaeaa medicine-Mad- e axclavttvelr frem reeta aad karta, and has thousand oc ewresi to Ita eretUt, BBjssflBsaiMr. IMnkham lnvltM all sjlak women to write her for advleo She has sptkMsl thousand to health free of charge, AJdree Mrs. l'lnkhaw, Lyiin, Mass. w . THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, ... WHY MEN DRINK 702 PARK SSSS iub aaima mn AVENUE. pc-m-t unuf Trt riIRP THFH HOT SPBIMBS, ABWW - A Breakfast Golden-Brow- n it ri Sweet, Crisp, Post Toasties I If House TO be the Whitefor the the food family and guests Is an bo tho brldo of an Irish cook and president, his honor, biitHo policeman de- Ready to serve from the ' tvt pirn t wirh' va wenm .Tin eW a cuoKin necessary, Ji "The U liewii Lingers" nuh TOStVK r i5c, CO., Ltd.. clKAf tailed for duty at tbo exccutlvo mansion has proved more attractive to Martha Peterson, who has resigned. Now when Martha dccldod to become tho wlfo of Policeman Mulvey she thought of lict cousin lu Sweden, who she soysjs ,, bettor cook than herself. So sho r'ecoramerided her cousin to tho president as Uie chef. Tho president1 va considering the advisability of having Mrft.' Mulvey's cousin to Come over to. Washington to do the White House cooking when tbe question arose; Is Swedish' cooking an ABurlraa industry to a.4 greai , Pa's Conclusion, extent to demand protection "What is an old adage, pa?" under tbe contract labor law? "Ooncrally speaking, an old chest Foolish question No. C67.7C6I No. not at all, but tbo chances are It will nut, my son." bo n mighty serious question with tbe honorable tho nttornoy general of the United States and the honorable tbe solicitor general, ditto, ditto, to say Msinv rteonla ari sfrmM nf sfhnata. T7sm fAta nothing ot tho president of the same re afraid ol germs. Yet tlte fboit Is a faiior and place, who nccda (he coble the ferra Is a fact. II the term could be magnified how ncrlous are the Intentions Just to a size equal to its terrors it would appear more of tho president toward bis .former terrible tlita any dragon. Germs cook's relative In Swuden time aloae can't be avoided. They sro la tbo air we breathe, will divulge, but labor uulon ofllclals the water wo drink, The erra can only prosper when tha conditio are not so reserved! They, through ol tbe system tires It free scopo to establish it. Secretary Frank Morrison of tbu self snd derslop. When there is a deficiency ol American Federation ot Labor, cannot vital force, languor, rntlreenets, a sallow cheek, understand bow the president can even consider thd Importation ot a sleep is broken, it is time to guard against the germ. You caa cook from Sweden. fortify the body against all germs by tho um ol Dr.l'ieree's Col Mr. Morrison said be could not go co Medical Discovery. It Increases the vital power, cleaaaee tbo system of clogging impurities, enriches tbo blood, puts tho Horn, Into tho details of tbe affair, because oeh and organs of d gestioa and nutrition in working condition, so he did pot know them, but, be kald the, hst ho iJerm fod. no weak or tainted spot in which to president ought to iuow all About the bred. "Golden Medial Discovery" contains no alcohol, 'law and ought net to think .el doing, hsblfiormlng drugs. All lts ldgredleats printed on Its outslSo such a thing. The contract labor, law, wrapper. 4 It Is not a sac ret nostrum but medleiao or known ,!s pUIn ud Itgjprovjslous are not U be evaded. ;. ub,tltute..thcro I. notUng a. goil." A.U "our vtl&Ln. MICA AXLE untAM toec, is the turning .... ...I trarof waconJ.Tr . -- abox.Evcryilea!cr,ever)wh STANDARD OIL CO. Afraid of Ghosts taking liquid nllb, that whfch "ggJJJdflB't phj-sl- c Instead of bowels. CASCAREWg,,, they bowels Stroud, they crawl ZodzM IrriUde Cafji" dothlitheyarehcaItuy.rroaB right results . . tx for s "d,7 H " ' "ut r; FAMOUS DOCTOR'S "SOUTH'SPOSSIBILITIES A MINISTER'S CAN BE MADE GREATEST CORN PHODUCINQ SECTION. NOT But INTERESTED cDia IN TOADS, AWFUL. CONSTIPATION Rev. Kemp Tells of His Digestive Troubles and How H Overcame Them You Can Do So Free. rireed to' Llsterf to Statistics1 Until Patience Gave Way. see rated ; tibrb4nlt. JWi ! CURE QUAR AN& 1 WencnCl OPATARim IF STOHMt Preseneo of the Boll Weevil li Driving 8outhern Cotton Plantera to Diver. Ifle.tlon. FOR U 11 TTTDOUCITAS ,ri4. (THE FOR aaaaaal SHOES 13.50, 3, 2.80 A " 2 STANDARD 3t ! r h."00' I ... I . K lii..tfc br the lZ lBi wwkmaa, JjlaalatiilfaiKlona. W. U DniUi $5.00 an1 rL twilUirlr cm IU ... im! f4rnut t..c.lrilccfc tnc Bukallliilr. W. Urtlnm. IT.k. f. ftoieuiilH. T Kaspre Th IjkiI of IL VrtWr trrttli. If no W.LtU.rlfvcai.liaaa, I TOR OLD AND YOUNG I IwrPMa act as klihflr an the chBd. iM'Hul female orlnrVmUJfff, at vpoa .. Tuft I (n , ihtlMt and itrrnjrtn to the hi, kUiwr s iiiitiiitir BACK s Pills wm iihih, TO THE WORLD. Waib'HRton. That tho floulh can be mado tho greatest corn producing The lack of exerrhm In a tnlnlnter'a Ufa section of the. United States and that makes him very promt to conaflpntlnn but for that matter, most everybody Is tbo preienco of tbo boll wcovll In n constipated now and then. It Is the n- cotton growing sections la driving 1 o n a I aisoruer. Many already the farmer, to Intensive and dlvcrsl-fleknow that a sure farming, wh'.ch, with crop reform way to cur con stipation ana mn- methods, will result In a now and bet- er stomach, liver ter era for" tho agricultural BouUi, and bowel trou- Mh Is Willi Dr. were the significant alatomenta made Caldwell's Hyrup by Dr Seamnn A. Knapp, chief of tho I'eosln. w li l e li people dlvlalnii of farmera' cooperative dem- churchben buylns; fiava onstration work, department of agri- for twenty years. Her. It. X. Kemp culture. HUlnc Hun, The fact that a boy In South Caro- ?V Hrcretary of lina produced 152H bushels of corn tlia IndianaI the o to tho acre, when tho average yield Methodlit Rplico- Church, say throughout tho state was only alxteen fial parti bushels to tho aere, was cited by Dr. Dr. W. B. Caldwell "Kor ysare I have been a vic Look for this picKnapp as physical proof of tho tim ot constipation ture on the package of corn production In the but I have never equal Dr, Caldwell's found Southern states by tho Improvod meth- Hrrun anythlnc 1to also naa inaiKesiion I'epsin. ods of cultlvat on by tho department and heart, trouble. I can certainly recom lu of ngrlculturo In Virginia. Ho aald mendcan 1m bouzht of any drucglst at SO It 900 acres under tho Improved demoncents or II a bottle. If there Is anythlnc about your cue inai you non i under stration methods bad )Icldud an aver-aastand, write to the doctor. If you have remeay ana wouia of forty-onbushels of corn to tho n ver usca mis your ireo acre. In Alabama, Mississippi, Ten- In trr It. sendwill be address ana toa your forwarded sample bottle nessee, Toms, I)ulslann and ArUan-asCaldwell. 1 home. Address nr W. Caldwell Illdr.. uontlceiio, in. ho sad, results similarly significant had been achlovcd, and It Is tho COULDN'T TALK THE LANGUAGE. opinion of Dr. Knapp that thd Southern atatca ran bo mado to yield an average of forty Ave bushels of corn to the acre This Increased production doponds upon the application of Improved methods of soil cultivation and attention. Dr. Knapp aa d tho special work to be conducted by hla bureau In tbo states of Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Alabama and Tennessee related to tho extermination of tho cot-Io- n boll weevil, which ho seriously as having been instrumental In brtnglng about reforms In farming that will greatly Incrcaso tho revenue lo bo derived from tho Southern farms. Tho Invasion by tho boll weevil and the apparent tntcntlon of tho little pest to make hla stay Indefinite, has caused planters (o diversify their crop and to farm generally along Hues. cor-tai1 d A possl-bllltlo s, began the man who la ,"ToAds always looking up naeer statistics; "Hlast tho toads!" snapped tho with' the ham, the bag of flour and tho lawn mower. "I am not Interested In toads." "But you should bo, sir. Tho toad lays 81,000 eggs annually." Malete Was he on bis knies whea "Very extraordinary, but" ho proposed T , "The female toad alao lives to b a Daisy No; but ho went down the years old. Now, If a ben steps that way when papa caught mm. thousand could llvo to bo a thousand years old and lay 81,000 eggs annually It would Old Ivlen In Responsibility. warehouse as big tako a The American business system, as Maine, California and Toxas, to which gives mere boys responsible 'po hold them." sitions beforo they have acquired prac "Wonderful, but my train" tical experience, Is to an Englishman "Stood on end tho eggs" would reach quite unaccountable. Ho wonders to the moon and back and whether It does not cause rccKiess from hero enough to fill tho Paclflo ocean." trading and wild speculation. In other leave "I.ct go of my buttonhole, sir. I countries they prefer to keep elderly want to make that train" men In responsible positions because "Useless Job. Tho train Is already they can bo depended upon. Messrs. made. Listen to sense. After those Dyke & Sons, Somerset, England, emeggs tilted tbo raclflc ocean It would ploy CG men. More than half havo comcause a tidal wave that would pleted 30 years' service, 20 have been BWCCP there 40 years, nine over EO years and Hut Just then tho exasperated sub one 70 years. urbanite brought hlrf bag of flour down on the garrulous stranger. Then be The Idea. escaped to his train. "Jack sent mo a bandsomo mirror for my birthday," A 80LDIER'8 EXPERIENCE. "Oh, that accounts for IL" "Accounts for what?" Hsrdshlpa of Army Life Brought On a "Yesterday he asked mo If a woman Severe Case of Kidney Trouble. ever got too old to bo pleased with a o j II rJr itt Vl bcmcdy row C1BCULA"). W 1 " U V ctrfyanaamtj tt ae arrmct pmccaoCtNTs tct MAMUrACTUBCO BY n M your Money Back Alt Drug Storeij - ar PYRAMID ins aonesi weainer. toU Sf mwri a4 Jntnittifwr U. 4k. ISStS KJStH 4 aft, ntaMstLMffsAI Is equal In tnrfaee to two thefti.o papering init mucD longer. It hat bo oDKcnonaDis odor lnd wlU Dot drjp rLTXATCKSJJL tlia Hr osiir win ewiia f th thai iliSMmiis Lmu Om 0y cassetrrjr or t,Qj6Jjn) 4 mum umi mkleh ! mil Jbt oa iota food. Om m Ma- ror tb i FLYCATCHER tr . ' looking-glass.- " SPITZER Hesitated SAYS HE'S A FOOL II. N. Camp, 13SS , Tho man who plants a ladder never Delaware St., Colo., says: "Dur knows what will come up. Ing the Spanish-Ame- r lean war, I contract ed a severe kidney trouble After returning home, I was under a physician's care for months, but CBS-EE- S) gTCW gradually worse. Finally I got so bad I could not bold tho urlno at all. I also bad Intense suffering from back pains. Doan's Kidney Pills mado Improvement from tho first, and ALC0H0L-- 3 PER CENT soon I was well and, A'eff(abk Preparation for aisssssK strong." lhcFoolandRegula-tin- g Remember the name Doan's. the S lomachs arid Bowels of For sale by all dealers. B0 cent a Co.,Guffalo, N. T. box. Fostcr-Mllbur- n Den-yer- 6AST0MI Torlnfknts and CftlMt H the Kind You Hava at is t Always Bought Bears tho Signature to Give Evidence "Leading to Cemetery." New York. Oliver Spltscr, former superintendent of the docks of tho American Sugar KcfUnlng Company In WlH amsburg, llrooklyn, who recently was pardoned from tho penitentiary by ITesldcnt Taft, explained Wednesday why he did not confess during tho trial, which ended laat February with hla being sentenced to two years at Atlanta. Such a confession, ho declared on the stand, would have carrloj htm to Editor We've lost another pott. Arilitant What was tbo trouble, n cemetery. In other words, ho would have Implicated a dead man Henry ctid' Editor No; ho cot back hit oM Job O. Havemcyer, head of tho sugar tmst. "Why did you not tell the truth In tie department stort. the first placer' be was asked. The Valuable Match. "Every tlmo I look In a mirror, I There was a loud splash, and n mo- - see a d d fool," was tho answer. "I ant later a dripping bend appeared was a fool not to do it. hut was ashamof the ed to let any ono Know that I did the waves. On ftore was a stevedore the end nonchalantly these things. My credit waa good. I Itfhtlcc bli pipe. could get any thing and 1 did not want Help, man!" cried tbo chap In the people to know that X was fool enough you ace I ain to do theio things for nothing. I got Inter I"Can't swim." can't nothing ot it. "How ollcn havo you been down?" "Another reason why I committed iked the stevedore, shielding the .. -- H TWO I IIItXcririK match from tbo wind. perjury was because I thought noth "Once. I believe, but hurry up, man! ing could happen to tho sugar trust. iGlte me a hand!" Wc all thought the trust "was so strong "You wall! You havo two more tho government could do nothing times yet to r down, and I havo only that with It." ooe natch, I'll catch )ou on tbo Jait I trip,' Exchange. NICARAGA DEFIES UNCLE SAM COLr-Thursday First Caddie Do you think he'll ever be able to play do game? Second Caddie Naw, bo stutters. UNSIGHTLY COMPLEXIONS - Tbo constant use ot Cutlcura Soap, assisted by Cutlcura Ointment, tor tollot, bath and nursery purposes not only preserves, purifies, and beautifies tho skin, scalp, hair and bands, but prevents Inflammation, irritation and clogging ot tbo pores, tbo common cause of pimple's, blackheads, redness and roughness, yellow, oily, motby and other unwholesome conditions ot the complexion and skin. All who delight in a clear skin, soft, white hands, a clean, wholesome scalp and live, glossy hair, will And Cutlcura Soap most successful In realising every expectation. Cutlcura Soap and Ointment are admirably adapted to preserve the health ot tho skin and scalp of infants and children, and to prevent minor blemishes or Inherited skin humors becoming chronic, and may be used from tho hour ot birth. Cutlcura Remedies are sold throughout the civilized world. Send to Potter Drug & Cbcm. Corp., solo proprietors, Doston, for their froo Cutlcura book, 32 pages ot lnvaluabto advice on caro and treatment of the akin, scalp and balr. the Sudanese, but the rammer head split on tho mnn's hard skull Next day tho gunner was sent for. Mistaking the reason, nnd knowing from expert-enc- o thai soldiers aro charged for government property which they break, he led oft with: "Please, sir, I'm very sorry I broke tho rammer, but I never thought tho fellow's bead could be so bard. Pit pay for tho rammer so as to bear no more ot the case." The Man Invasion. The witch out for a moonlight Jaun,t on her tavorltax broomstick, had Just escaped being run down by an aeroplane manned by a "Oh, tills is simply maddening!" she cried, hysterically; "to think ot man Invading the one field of which wa women havo had a monopoly for centuries! And .1 believe I heard the brute, say, as bq passed: 'Ob, you kid Joy-ride- Willing to Pay for Rammer. When tho Ilrltlsh square at tho battle of Abu Kloa, In tho Nubian desert, was pcnetrntPd by tho dervishes, one of them attempted to spear a gunner who was In the act ot ramming homo a charge. Tho IJrlton brained Promotes Difestion,Cheerful-nes- s and ResI.Contains neither Opium.Mor'phinc nor Mineral N.OT "NARC OTIC itnttimimi Htrm Srt .J.. Ulh - I I V I In s AnerfectRcmcdv forConslVpa lion . Sour Stomath.Diarrhoea, Worms.Convulsions.Fevcrisn-ncs- and LOSS OF SLEEP. Tac Simile Sisnalurejf Tire Centaur . Company Use For Over Thirty Years NllViVORK. 7 Guaranteed under the Foodaq staact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA ' Vna awraua aaawr, new in aa Mir. witch!"' In your speeches?" "Jfo." replied .Senator Sorghum; "quoting poetry is too often like sending nn anonymous letter, A. man resorts to U when ho wants to say something pnd shift the responsibility ot authorship." "You never quoto poetry The Quoter. What He Knew. "You can tell me the names ot the twelve apostles, Sam?" aald tbo pretty Sunday school teacher ono morn-le- t. Sam'a face fell, and bo shifted t'i weight from one foot to the other. "Can't do It, ma'am," be aald, sor rowfully, nn( then hli eyea bright-tile- d, "but I can call off all ot tbo rltchers in the loaguo teams," bo vol-- ' unteered Ilarpcr'a Magazlno. Force From Gunboat Venus Search an American Vessel. A Nlcaraguan governBlucfloIdS ment forco from tho gunboat Venus boarded and searched tho American schooner Esfuerao, flying Ilio Stars Tho action was In deQ- rim! Strlnes. unco of u ruling from Washington that tho Venus had forfeited ucr ngnt ot senrca Following the search' tpo Venus and tho other Nftaraguah gunboai. San Jacinto, wcro scon approaching tho - Too Much of a Target. Drown How did you feel. Jonea. ten the burglar had you covered wltb Ui revolver pretty email, eh? Jones Small! Great Scott, no! 1 I (fit at big aa tho of a bouae. Minefields bluff. Tho American I'nrlnrnli and DubUUUO wore lying off llluoflulds. nud It, was expected that ...it.H.lsra Wfntll.f it I tlillinf gun-Im-- For the Critics. Creston Clark, whoso untimely death at Ashevtllo robbed America ot a serious and capable actor, was somewhat Impatient ot criticism. To a Philadelphia critic be once said: "You chaps ore. unwilling to accept a man for what bo Is. You want to change blm to your own taste. Uut each ot you has a different taste. To whose Inclination, then, Is bb to bend? "No, no! Tako the artist for what ho ts. That Is the right critical attitude. Don't bo like the farm urchin I onco saw an urchin who, as be stoned a frog to death, repeated severely: "'I'll l'arn ye to bo a toad.J" Suffered Misery "I BufTercd" rmscrablj," writes Mrs. Matlie L. bishop, of Wavcrly, Va. "Very often I would havo to go to bed, until, it wore off. Everything I ato mado me miserable and I could not even wash tha dishes after a meal. My husband begged me to try CARDTJI, but I had tried bo many medicines I didn't want to. However, for his sakd I tried CARDTJI and before I had taken one bottle I felt all right I can now' do all my work and, recommend CARDUI to every woman." Are you ono of the thousands of women who suffer as Mrs. Bishop suffered? Don't bo discouraged How's This? I". J, CHENEY A CO. Toltdo. O. We. the undcraJe-iMd- . hara known P. J. Corner le for the laat la yeara, and txlkve hist ptrfrcUr la all bualflfwl tranaartkma and financially able to carry out any ohlvatlona rnada by bla arm.WaUINO. KlSNlK A MlRTIK. WnokaaM Unmlau, Toledo. O. Itatrs Catarrh Cure la Uktn Internally, acttiur Clmtly upon tha blood and nucoua aurrarra ot tba tratenu TraUmonlala arnt Irte, ITIca I) cents par botuo. Bold by all Drunlsta. Take Hall's FamUy run lor conitlpatloov We offer On eaaa at Catarrh taiarm lAire. Hundred DoUara Reward for any Uat cannot be cuml by Hall's Thero'a no rmion whv ft woman I'kotjldn't tako boarder It aho wanta shouldn't lrv to board a fG. A. I noting train. R. FAVORS R. E.-- LEE 'Resolution for Taf to Oppose Statue Declared . There is a reason I Why Grape-Nut- s does correct weak, physical, or a Sluggish mental condition. The food is highly nutritious And is partially So that it helps the organs of the stomach. To digest other food. It is also rich in the Vital phosphates that go Directly to make up The delicate gray matter . of brain and nerve centres. Rwd "The Road tqWeUville to pfcgs. "There's a Reason." d, A At nn oxecutlvo ses sion ot tho Department of Illinois, a. A. 11., here, a resolution ot Col. Jasper T. Darling, calling upon President Taft to tako such steps as lio may deem best to removo the statue- ot, (Jen. Hobcrt B. I.eo from tho uatlon'a. Hall of Fame, pnd return It to tho, stato yf Virginia, waa laid on tbo tablo as lii ciiviseu. Frecport, III. No Affair of His. "I noticed, Mr. Lloyd, that you wero the only person who did not weep durCUT THIS OUT And msll to the A. II. Iwls Medicine Co., ing Mr. Evans' beautiful prayer."Bt. Louis, Mo., and they will send you free "You forgot, Mrs. Davles, that I bea 10 day treatment ot NATUltbTS HKME-1)(Nil tablets) Guaranteed for long to another parish." The ByConstipation, Sick Headache, Uv er, Kidney and Mood Diseases. Bold by stander, all DruKRlitB. lietter than l'llla for Liver If You Have Common Sore, Eyes, Ills. It's free to you. Write today. If lines blur or run together, you need An Instance. I bTJira HYK NAI..VK. 5Kc. All ilruz-"The rubber Industry ought to be gists or Howard Uros., liuflalo, N. Y. able to solve ono financial problem.1 'e are our best when we try to be "What problem?" It not for ourselves alone, but for our "That of elastic currency." V Jlheu-matla- The Woman's .Tonic It lias relieved thousands, when other remedies have failed. You owstt to youreclf to try this great remedy, for .it is only reasonable to believe it will help you, too, sinco it has benefited so many others. Cardui is a purely vegetable tonic, containing no injurious drugs, .and therefore perfectly harmless and good for young and old. It ccts gently on the delicate female constitution and' leaves ' ' no bad after effects. Try CARDUI it can't harm you it will surely help you. At all druggists. brethren. Phillips lirooks. DEWEY' ' SUNK CARELESSLY A Grievance. Howltt It Is no longer fashionable for ft Vomari to have u atrial! wnlsL Jowqtt 1 know It; ygu fellows have a clncb. long-arme- yorchllatrn tmthlnc. aoffna tha tuii, mturea la. BaiiuiaUuu,aUarapaIn.cuaawn4ouU. ibiulMiUa. Mr. Wlniiow'a Roothlne Syrap. people open their eyes. It takes an oculist to make some WaTUM OKUKAL COMl'ANT, BalUt Creek, Mich. Ltd., Rumors of Japanese Plot. Discredited by Officials. Manila. It Is tho general opinion thatilbij.slnkina of thfudry dock Dowoy wait duo toj carolcsspesa rather than to a de'llberao puroso on the part bt the station employes, wuo aro Janau Tho experts ose. to cauau damage declare that tho groat Hooting dock wh.ch was towed h(ro from the. United Stutes at much .cxpubo will bo savun, dcoplto tho likelihood that it will be submerged. Tot a auSiU-- thill or olJ llluirad of liltler) on PaluM!rr.r'oilullc4larrUMiacltuiiiiiirr rtini plaint uii iuvuicju uivr laue. ao ich) ana mm PRliuV tAVIK l'AINKIIXKK pr. rterce'a Palleta, amalt. mea tad. raty to take aa ranJr, rtvulata and luilxorata alouiach, llvuraud bola lki uotstlp. Put up with sarcasm IL don't practlco Farmers and washladles get their living from tho soil. -- afUMsf tMUiy,H!iuJy, gray hall. U "Ua CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRIOR, SI. 00, roUKe fl F I desire to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly belonged to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am mow prepared to give you the best of service in this line. I am now selling genuine Notice 4.75 A TON (iH Cod Knows. blooms, NISHTS OF UNREST. No Sleep, No Rest, No Peaee forth Sufferer ' from Kidney rouble, No peace for the kidney snferer There nro graves In southern valleys where tlio sweet magnolia Whore the birds sing ln the morning o'er ho soldier's lonely tomb; There nre graves on northern hillsides lapped In the winter's snow. Who art? the lonely sleepers, but flod alone may know blue-eyednrlltig. oh. mother with snowy hair, Who tnnrehed at his country's' railing, o young, mi brave, so 'fair In the flush of his Kind young manhood, he left you long ago. If ho bo tho lonely sleeper, there Is liono but Hod may know. d Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. It may be your A. A. FARIS that mourned the lout one throinth all those lonely years. Whoso heart Is weary walling, whoso eyes nro dimmed with tears It may be the one that left you to bravely meet the foe t In the valley or on the hillside there Is none but Cod may know. Ob wife To the Public PHONE 73 that they arc sleeping, our brave and gallant dead; I'nnnined their places of slumber, no stone at foot or head To tell the weary watcher whether this bo friend or foe. Who sleeps the sleep that knows no waking, but God alone man know. Then bring the frrsh, sweet blossoms. oh mothers with hearts still sore dnrllng Oc'r tho loss of the blue-ye- d who- - footfall Is heard no more; Though thy hands may scatter tho blossoms upon a stranger's breast Some hand and some heart as tender may deck thy darling's place of rest. Yea, scatter the fresh spring flowers alike o'er each lowly head; Little, Indeed, to Us It recketb. who We only know Pain and distress treat aero to night. Oet up with a lame baek. Twinges of bnekache bother you all day. Dull aching breaks year rest at night. Urinary disorders add to your misery. (let at the cause cure the kidneys. Dosn's Kidney I'll Is will work the euro. Thoy're for the k'tdnoys only Have made great cures In Hickman J. It. Wcathcrly. Third & Ivy sts.. Hickman, Ky says: "For sou time I was afflicted with a Most nnaoylng cao of kidney complaint. Tho kidney secretions were far too frequent in passage and I bad to get up borio nights as often as seven times. In the morning I felt tired and little like doing the day's work. I tried any number of remedies nnd doctored but 1o no avail. Finally Roan's Kid ney rills came to my notice and Bet ting a supply at Holm A Wilson's Drug Store, I began taking them The contents of three boxes of this remedy restored my kidneys to a normal condition and Improved my health." For sale by all dealers. Price 80c. PoaterMllburn Cc Buffalo, N. Y sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Dos n's at d take no other. ness to the surface, It should be done, and so tho encouragement of the day sacred to the memory of those who have gone before Is worth of much consideration. Decoration Day must eiwntlally be on) entirely free from any feeling but thot of gen eroslly nnd loving kindness. It doe not make any difference which ld a man fought on be died for what be believed wa right, and for that reason ho deserves to bo remember ed by those who are living Decora tlon Day ought to mean the union of tho gray and the blue; thero ought to be a flag for that purpose for the colors blend so beautifully that the result Is exactly the tint of heaven Itself. We wonder If you desptscall If you wUh tho funeral trapping mon respect shown to yourself dead1 than you. might possibly demand alive and when the long years have gone by, you would not like somebody one a year to place a flower on your grave, to show that you wero still In touch with humanity. No matter who It is: If it It tho woman whose life was soiled, If it Is tho man wltote death was shameful, or If It was the Holdler who was fighting for his cojn try. Just remember that not one of them can defend themselves now and that neither of us can Judge them When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble? Here are two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Fltchvllle, Ohio. " My (laughter wn all roa down, suffered from pains In her side, head and limits, anil could walk but 11 short dhtanre its time. Slid camo very iicox havlmr nm,u mm MO When in need of TIN and PLUMP ING WORK for quick service. teed and strictly All work guaran- aro the silent dead. Asleep 'neath Miignolla blossoms or lapped 'neath northern snow. Let our hearts breathe tho glad thanksgiving, thnnk Clod, our Father knows. A first-clas- s. and aeemed melancholy by spells, she tri(j two doctor tint Kit llUlo help. Since Uklar I.ydla K. IMnkham'a Vegetable Compound. Mood PurlHer nnd Liver Pills she bu im! proved no much that alio feels and looki like another girl." Mm. CColc, Pitch vlUe,Oblo. JrHtlninr. Vermont." I feel It mv dutv t ay a few word la praise of your medicine. When I ifQ taking it I had hea very alck with kidney nnd bladder Iron. Idea ami aerveua prostration. 1 am now taking the sixth boU tie of Lydia K.lMnkhnm'a Vegetable Compound und And iojkU greatly Improve!. My friends who cull to sen too hate noticed a groat change." Mr. A. II. HaHboru, Irasburg, Vermont Wc will pay a handsome reward to any jerson whowM prove to us mat tnese letters arc not genuine ana trutwui or that cither of these women were paid in any way for their testimonials, or that the letters are published without their permission, or that the original letter from each did not come to us entirely unsolicited. What more proof can any one ask ? For 30 year I.ydla K. IMnkham'a Vegetable Cempsaad has Ixt.m tho standard remedy for faausle 111. No alrk woman doe Justice to HerMlf who will not try this faoaa wedldne. xeJ naively from roots and herbs, nnd Ma4 hai tkowwnds, of cure to It credit. women invite all bbmsb Mrs. IMnkham for advice.Mek Hhe has WmW to wrlln her Zi.TTj (bmumli tit health free of cbarce. . Is L, Mum-.j a rontraUon, had ttcgiin to couch n good deal, u li V.ratt. Southern Woman's Tribute to roes Both Blue and Gray. He- COMMISSIONER'S SALE. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Let lis Figure With You And We'll, Do Your Work It was just a bunch of whlfo roses, but tho ribbons that tied It together one was blue and the other wo gray. It was to be placed on tho grave of a boy who had fought for what ho believed was right and the gentlewoman who was to put It thero believed that all animosity had Iiassed by, and the blue and the gray might bo firm friends. Ho the bunch she carried for her own boy's grave was tied up Jn this way and la her haod was another one tied tho amv; i was to bo laid upon the grave of a stranger. That stranger whoso name was even unknown to her. had died fighting like a brave man, and therefore deserved to bo remembered aud to have tribute shown to his cour age We think it a beautiful Idea this one of decorating thn graves of all tho soldiers, but wo like It better when the custom la carried even fur ther, and when not a grave In tho cemetery Is overlooked. told Its history rulleti Circuit Court, Keatoeky. Minnie Bee tree t aL plaintiff, a gainst Myra Seearco et al, defendant. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of 8ala of rultea Circuit Court, rtiitderod at lbs January term, there of, 1910. In the above cause, for Maud ts Pulton Circuit i. n. Aiiirn. I s Court, Keaucxj, i"iimm m irajr I l'ortr and Oifctri, . IkUUu .-i . t.. I . I r . Hickman Plumbing: & Tinning Co. Phone 73 E. W. Adams, J. Q. Adams, Manager Sec. and Treas. Visible It seems to us a goodly and proper thing for the living to remember tho dead, at least once a year, and It seems a kind aud loving thing to mark this remembrance with aweet flowers. As a peoplo, we are not very emotional, and If there Is any way In which wo can bring our kind w eXanvaESZaBnai Twelve years ago in the UNDERWOOD "STANDARD Ease In These Summer's sun beats down mercilessly. Poros-kni- t union suts, amputated at shoulders and knees give you comfort. No bunching at he waist. Fabrics light yet sturdy, in varying measurements to suit any build. Every new sale of 'em makes a new friend for us; every day's use keeps him friendly. We wear them ourselves, and feel n real pride in selling them at $1.00 a garment. At least, look ! is assured when Dollars with the sua of per cent Interest at tho rate of per annum from the day of , until paid, and costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at tho Court House door In Hickman, Koa Start out to make Ood's aero beau lucky to the highest btJder, at PUBtlful; take the crimson roses of love, LIC AUCTION, on Uis 13th day of the white, ones bf Innocence, the la Juue, 1910, at 10 o'clock, a. m., or vender heliotrope of devotion the blu thereabout (befog County Court day), of never dying memory upon a credit of six months the, fol the llllles of purity, and strewing lowing described property, them all about here, there und every 94 acres lying east of and adjoin where, make th day cne of abso- Ing lot No. C In the division of tho lute union union of hearts, union of lands in the action in tho Pulton feeling and union of reniembrancii. County Court of ItobL U Scearce et That Is what Decoration Day should al vs. A. K. Bcearee et al, and being be. purls of tho NW and NH Quarters And all those soldiers who lie of Sec. 34. T. 2, R. 4 west, same be sleeping, those who fought not only ing deed to Albert 8. Scearce by A. on the bstlr ground of dUnttto, but O. Holmes, Special Commissioner In In the grou'er one of life, will, when nald cane. Also a one-baundivided intercrl the trumpet call rings out Its sum mons on tho great Judgment day. In 85 acres lu the N. W. Qr. of S ic. each stand beforo the Great CouiuianS 34, T. 2, It. 4 west, and being same cr, ready to answer the questions put land owned by W, C. Scearce at tho to him. And be suro he will not ink time of his death, and said Albert inter his neighbor, 'Dld you wear the bluo 8. Sccarco owned a or the grayT" Hut, Instead, ho will est therein, and Kmiaa lieckhaia and say: "Brother, we hnve fought the Sam Ucckhsm, her husband, and Scearce convoyed their yood fight and may Cod, In His In Interest to said Albert S. Scearce, flnlto mercy, Judgo us." B.( A. H. tusking him tho owner of a half forget-me-nots t: it one-sixth one-sixt- h Id Uio o( . abort th laUrwt c&utc, lor iu t tU rtoi f,.m Ika .rm tix talA x S on k'v 1 tstftit 1 j a j i a4 nr Jiinn laiu if iu ociocx a. a-thcroaboul, (UIdc Counljr Court (U: ..... . ..S. MA.Ikl lis ( MSWM ' low. EC 110 i sw IVmsl limns nrir IB nit thm hlcbMt tUMl". i'vfnv 1 ika" Itth Aws in dccrJtd propcrtx. . of S acrvt oft the N J K ..s KnesifaH II lows: llclni IM No. I, u tw tho XE Qr. of Sec 53, T L R. Qr I v corner of said Quarter Ulotxltf Ilural Academy, being im iwm mlssloucrs Hook .Vo, 1, P -- at l.k . .,1.1 lrtsrAf Id tht sv. li-yi KClUUr -w IICO Ol UiO V Ki uary lorm iw i w Court. or surncieni mereoi s ua v ivna vuv aswv .... .1 tS.llen rlUt v--- TYPEWRITER TODAY It la recognized at the one typo of machine practical for mod. ern builneti, have fallen Into line and THE RESULT All or the old time maker have adopted this construction. J. IU Mlln- - vThe man or woman who bccohi Or sufficient thereof to produce the pllthes seme wothry object however sums or money ao ordered to do humble It' may be for thq pleasure made. For the purchase price, the "Wsnt Column" of to doing, reaps tho full enjoyment purchaser, with approved security or w to find you a lujer sure of life. aecurlUes, must execute Uond, boar-lo-g for each word. Try It-a legal interest from the day of 0 202 guaranteed Fancy Patent. Try sale until paid, and having tho fore local M . .11- and effect of a Judgment Didder a sack. Cnso & Son. Phone 183, .ti ni mm comply promptly n cannot see a rep'" will be prepared to or Homs plowith these terras. O Jackson Qlven Respit- eJ. R. MILNBR, Com. n-- of money so ortrc! Var the purchaie pn. .irhanor with sBDroved secutltT . securities, must eiecu ing legal Interest from lis W ..Ia until Mid. aud hsiltx l w arrt.rt 111 a juu""- wlll bo prepared 10 comyv with these terms. aums to md. - rLrt This stamp of approval from rival manufacturers has but served to strengthen public confidence In the machine that has led the war. Don't be persuaded Into buying a "trailer" look over the Underwood and you will understand why we say It Is "The Machine You Will Eventually Buy." THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO. Inc. Cor. Main and Fourth Sit., LOUISVILLE & Parham Try IkuCourier's Want Colutnn"lc per word Bradley Sheriff George W. Cupp received O first a telephone messagu from GovAll work satisfactory or money re ernor Herbert S, II ad ley Wednesday, turned. Schmidt. saying tho negro, Oeorgo Albert Jackson, now In Jail at Charleston, and WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. whs to have been executed Friday, wus given a two weeks' respite. Tho Have you neglected your kldueyst official notice reached Sheriff Cupp nervous gavo Jackson Have you overworked your Thursday morning and system and caused trouble with your a respite until June 10. kldaeya and bladder? Have you pain In loins, side, back, grolna and bladA dainty dessert just after a quar- der? Have you a flabby appearance rel la Jacobs Candy all size boxes. of the faee, especially under the eyes Harris, Too frequent a desire to pass urine? If set Williams' Kidney Pllla will euro Cast plow points ground lOo and yaw at Hnafjlat, Pit Ms. 16o Clay Caldwell. inn wv ' PILESI ill jin InknflSS. OIC PILE8I Indian rue cure Blind, Bleeding . si., tutnnri. WW1 ' IIBXIII IT ui .ih.o,.' Ai.lmsriL , .. - XJ noultlce, .lal " the nrivate mall BOo and i. "- -' Ohio. Prep.., ClevsUud. pru. . jar- -i Oesrlr' 1UHI1S.U1B " gtt4