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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ...tloil ol nniitB ' ..... .unt Will ''iv. ioel nw tbn r,oh.rpP?.r.in il- - THE HieKMAN COURIER up the Hill of Success, The Courier has a Spankln' Good Team. to want tfcrT tMM ( fiwc fcn wtewrtii Advertising is the Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon V0I.OMB OLDEST FAPEE MO. IX WE8TERH XEMTDOKT Crease the Axles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Lai'a Hitoh Up SI 51 HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1910. JOE WK6LK 10. MO ESTABLISHED IX TXB TXAR HH OA.' LITTLE DEAD. fe jekc ninl n man Mty, THESF. k sr -- rMr-1M S BreaMnu An Newt Gently accident linil occurred In u quur-had been killed. An volunlcend (o break Hie Irishman ucaa gently to hi wife, which ho Pat-T- im' i,i n lh following manner: wa a and accident to your hu Kll watch, Mrs. Murphy." bind jlr, Murphy "Shure an" It' iilvor , a Ui he had now." Pnl "Ho my ,oul and that' lucky, for thera's ton Inllen on Jttm." ion nt rock Jut o Will Fight Local Option The wholesnlo liquor denier havo drtfJid to mako an aggressive fight la.w. fiiit tho local Optionhad beenWell, told irll and alt atone lbt prohibition didn't prohibit, nml sold Just a thai ihe wholesaler a ever! Iin't It cruel how the much iioitalo liquor dealer themelvos gtte the lie 'o tho assertion and of their the chief argument Joe Little, tho well known Crutch- field merchant died Thursday morning about ono o'clock, following a conges- tlvo chill on Wcncdaday morning. The chill wa a very severe ono and every effort to glvo him relief proved unavailing. The death of Mr. Mttlc wns n grent blow to the family nml the community1 In which ho had been such an Important factor for many year. Kor tho 'past 16 of 20 years, ho had been a prominent business man at Crutchfleld, but wns tempor arily out of business on nccount of tho disastrous fire which swept tho business section of tho town nway a few week ago. Mr. Little was 42 or 43 yenrs old, and his life had been spent In and near Crutchfleld. Ho Is survived by his wife; also one brother, John. T. Little, of Moscow; and one sister, Mrs. John Ross, or Greenfield, Teng. The funeral was held Friday mora lug at Hock Springs, .Mr. Little being a member of the 1'rlinltlvo Daptlst Church. DECORATION DAY. Drug .Store , Conundrums Is there any sense paying, more for your Drugs than we charge?' We k not think there is we buy the best qualities the markets afford in Drugs and Drug Sundries and we buy in such quantities that we get the very beet 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. rsihulatle supporter? O Your Duty, Mr. It Cltltert nul-unc- e ald there aro placca In I lick-mtfiat oufihl to bo declared If there la a person who Xuua tho location and la certain aro iiulanncoa, It l tlmo tin place .hould report them. A prlvato Uk)' citizen nt Jut a responsible for a tho nuwapaper or an All auch p'ace ahould bo put u a out of the tougher they got uud mure difficult to dispense. Not 8o Craxy buslne. Tho longer they ex-l- it tho Wi Nttiuchidneiiar Mo tho gra. The clover and tho daUy, Tlw common people w ho would paaa Would look and call klm craxy. Xtw.hrk', wo cotuo today Tali eiplanallou giving; poor Neb. could not pay IV aai TU higher coat of living. O rt!.,Annlrtt(i 'In fl --- 1 1 court of Fulton county Ui urakeued ou tho road grau-lluproportion, "becauao It von in too buch money " The additional tax lov-lttor tho purpose of aiding hi making gravel road will tburufore bo used u heretofore," In repairing dirt road ttu lUtnuer to lie washed out during winter bad weather. That gravel road cost a lot of money, no one dliDutvn but It la u false .notion of tcononiy to waste ten to twenty ilouiand dollar a year on road hen $100,000 spend In making gravel roads will make good road for tho it twenty or thirty year, With a nail turn for repair each year. Wo know of no county that cannot easily borrow 1100,000 to $300,000 on long-Usbond and It would bo better to tick the county's money In Interest on thte bouds, which represent Mime-Stinthan to sink tho money In mud kolea tvery year, with nuthlng to how fur It but passable roads In the latum-- r mouth whon tho dust choko Hie Pulton couirty'a fiscal ")urt 11 like other fiscal courts In Kentucky tlmt rcfuku to build gravel (oadt because It take a lot of money. We confess we aro disappointed In Fulmm county'a fiscal court, for we ..... ... lln....!.. .I... ukin iimi county was going o ei pare for tho other counties nround ''re ( Hilton (lozolte. The flicnl d e pay. W HEN you buy cloth'es figure on get- ting most real value- for what you If you get our - Next Sunday has, been set apart by & the Woodmen of tho World as DecoraDay and all members aro request tion ed to meet at tho hall immediately after noon and march to tho cemetery, RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. On this occasion all Woodmen Whereas, God in his Infinite wis should be present to pay this last redom has removed from our midst spect to departed Sovereigns. Sovereign Luther C. llolton; be it Resolved, That Elm Camp No. 3 Mrs. U. II. Scott and Miss Su has lost one of its most loyal and ale Noonon went out in the Cayce worthy members one who believed neighborhood today to attend the bed. with sincere devotion in the tenets side of their aunt, Mrs. Arch Roper, and principles taught by this order who was seriously Injured Sunday. and whoso life therefore was consistMrs. Roper, accompanied by her hus ent in the establishment of a .repuband, started to cnurch Sunday and tation that all of us may ever remem when- near .the home of John C. Law- ber with loving pride. son the horse they were driving be That we extend to his bereaved came frightened and backed the bug- - family our heartfelt sympathies, that gy into a deep ditch. In the fall Mrs. a copy ot these resolutions be spread' Roper sustained two broken ribs and upon the minutes of the camp, and It Is feared she was Internally injured presented to tho Hickman Courier for Fulton Leader. publication, and a copy sent othl Helm Ellison - I f family.. . Hart Schaf f ner & Marx clothes, you'll get ing, tailoring that, you d sense of being all-wowell-dresseol fabrics, style that's worth havdon't get in any other way; and a that's worth the price. Tho home paper Is always' inter esting to you, whether you take it or not. Some people who do not tako the Courier, borrow it from their neighbors, and while this inconven iences the neighbors and themselves, It cannot help but make us feel proud that they really caro enough for our paper to walk half a milo each week to get it and also save two ,cei It shows that theso peopIe are eco nomical and that when our advertis ers put an ad in our paper they will be sure to read it carefully and tako in all tho bargains. Present Indications are that the Hickman Wagon Co. will continue to make wagons at their plant in this city. For awhile It was thought that tho plant would bo moved away. Remember the shooters will be with ua next week. Do your best to show them a good tlmo while they aro the city's guests. Not1 every town Is honored by tho presence of an aggregation ot lUch distinguished peopl as will be with us on this occosion and Its up to us to maintain our repu tatlon for genuine "Southern hospital lty." Jno, Pyle, ' W. O. Stockton, H. McMullln, Committee. t That disc cultivator is dull. Isn't It? R. L. Gray can make it bettor than a now. one. John Phillip Sousa, tho great bandmaster, writes that he and Mrs. Sousa will arrive in Hickman the 12th to attend the big shoot. They will be guests ot Dr. J. M. Hubbard and family. . , O Suits $18.50 to $25.00 Other makes in attractive patterns, good values and styles The boll weevil or something very much like it, Is reported to have appeared in New Madrid county, and Is playing havoc with the crops. The inmate of the Indiana asylum, uion whose person was found a belt containing $20,000 In gold, should neier have been confined there. The man who can get safely through witb this much money In a modern Insane asylum, as generally conducted, ought to be at tho head ot the nation's finances. who died and at $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes Straw Hats New Shapes $1.25 to MensOx'fds FLOKSHE1M and CKOSSBTT $3.50 to $3.00 5 i"h m $5.00 Watch This Space Chiffoniers Bed Room Suits Princess Dressers Wardrobes China Closets Sofas Sideboards ! dally llt- - and as they go about their STOVE STARTS BLAZE. Uk" Ilro, Walker, we regret Unit Itlien thl month will board tho tasks Uiey Uvo 'and move not in tho cutild not have gravel roads, but iii red uiuioisiereo nuiwu Tho celebrated Leo Lino restaurant, bell, vt; the court hn acted wisely ut Munich to find themselves nt tho present hut in tho long ago days ot a small eating establishment Just tuo the Now Testament. mler the existing circumstance. It oud of the Journey mingling witu west of tho county Jail, cauglrt flro Is it an wonder that they have been shown conclusively that we Tyroles and llavurlon peasants on the "i Monday morning about 9:30, from a ould bo 7a to 100 year In paying road that rutis down to me minium produced unconsciously the greatest gasoline stove. or cravil drama ot the modern aguT With road nil over tho county village of V, Thomas, tho proprietor, turned It. raw iter wo bolluve dirt road cun ovory Ion years the them the Passion Play is a religious on tho gasoline iu tho stove, and not It Is hero that coremouy; and tho Lord's Supper, satisfactory. U. Ward King, U enacted by simple Kutry Into Jerusalem and tho fi- noticing that he had flooded It, put "J good road expert employed by tragedy of Judea as a thank offering for tho a lighted mutch to tho burner. Next u StatK of .Missouri ha dumoustrat' toivnfolk p.titllenco nal scone, ut Golgotha aro terribly res that ihey can bo maintained with' mud hole out FOR Chifforobe Dining Table Library Tables Stand Tables WHAT WANT, Iff , Kitchen Tebles Center Tables Pedestals Etc., te and at a very small wt hin ouco put lu u proper MPe lloono and Audrain counties " bt state have model dirt roads . hlM . .... mv in gooq. snupo ai mi .1 iiuiub. O Th Psaalon w Play of 1910 of our reader have tho op Wauiilty of WltlUHtiilnir tint irrrat Pa tea play, gVt, Qermay every 10 these rubtlc people. O Play A., (ho time of tho Passion Anything you want that wo haven't This year Miss Charlotte Hub druws near, they nddres each othor I have the grade and prices. Do got in Furniture we will be glad to will likely be the only Hickman in tho character of tlio pari eacu i order It for you. Hickman Furniture not forget to have your grocer till " Their seriousness and bo will seo this wonderful sacred to take your order with, flour sold by Travis nptlcahlo. Company. of couuteuuuco """a. However, thousunds of U. 8. spir-Ituall1 their deliverance from tho to them. (,t three centuries ago. Tho audiences that In recout years Ordluary tradesmen, wood carvers, huvo gathered there to watch tho ovory carpenters or potters In their wonderfully Impress-transfig- mlraclo aro also day vocations, they become Tho splendid pageant, with its of ed. ured as they assuuio tho roles tableaux and choruses, stir and grip Mary, Judas, John, or ChrUt. Throo one us nothing clso has ever done hundred yenrs of constant reflection Tho guyiut and most had goes awuy feeling that he bus, on tho passion of tho Savior has of tourist live u curious effect upon tho soon KOiuoVlug sacred. , light-hearte- thing to au oxploHlou followed, which Hit tiro to the old trap ot a building. Tho timely arrival of assistance, however, saved it tho damage .amount. lug to nothing more than tho loss of tho kitchen wull paper. Thomas had his hair singed und other slight buriu Tho building Is owned by A. F. Oliver, and is ono ot the old, dilapidated shacks that should be replaced with something better. Sectiol Bookcases Furniture Etc Everything to be found in an Furniture Store INCORPORATED up-to-da- HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. i it.. A i.'jt. c THE HICKMAN COURIER Like, lh TO SEND AID, T VKfl V Crr WtiUra Kentucky Dew" W. O. SPKKR and X. 0. SEXTON, Editors and Proprietors. KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH. .ANNUAL German CONVENTION. (AfieraT Education Be-ar- Help WHEN THE RECENT INDIAN UPRISING WAS REPORTED Kentucky. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IX ADVAKCB. Entered at ths Hickman, Kentucky, mall matter. peetofflce a second-clas- s HELPED OUT BY A VISION Information for Which Sclentltt Had Sought In Vain Revealed to Him ai He Slept. think llttlo of visions whcri n per-eo- n is In bod. An eminent mnn of science Informed me Intcly that, being engaged In writing the biography of a very celebrated porsop, ho sought hnlf n day for a record of an Interesting fact in the youth of the celebrity. He could find no such record, went to bed, fell asleep, probably, and then found himself wide nwnko (as far as tie knew), whiles his room was lit up with a soft radiance. The door opened, and n tall figure drnped In some dnrk material entered, carrying a book of a very peculiar form. The figure openod the book, laid It open on n table by the bed, and went out My informant slept till he was called In the morning, There was no book bcsldo him, but he recognized tho volume by Its went to a shelf In his library, took down the Volume (on a of a scries), and found the record which He cannot hare beon he wanted. awake when the figure came, for ha would have examined tho book nt tho moment Vet he thought he was awake. Nothing else of this kind ever occurred to my friend, who, I may say, Is an F. It. S. The person who, appeared to him was not tho subject of the biography on which my friend was engaged, for ho was not n tall man. The whole affair was a little drama staged by the Subliminal Self, who works In a' mysterious way, for ho might just as well hare shown the leU terms w the "back of tho book, or whispered its name. Andrew Lang. In London T. P.'s "Weekly. I Americana Elect Newport and Covington Men to Executive Offices. Louisville, Ky. About 1,000 delegates wcro present at tho annual convention of tho Qerman-AmcrlcaStatu Alliance. After a brief preliminary session theso officers wero elected President, Sebastian "Welsbach, I.ouIr-vlllfirst vlco pmsldcnt, William r Bockmnnn, Dayton. O.; second vice president, Albert ritnudmclstcr, Newport; secretary, Alban Wolff, Covins ton; financial secretary, Alf ltoln- hardt, Newport, nnd treasurer, Anton Shcberud, Newport Tho executive committee consists of Adam Kelt) hardt, Louisville; Chris Kalo, New port; George Straus, Covington; John Leucnborger, Kast Dcrnstadt, and I). C. Kchr, Frankfort. It was decided to hold tho noxt an nual meeting at Dayton. Tho organ ization put Itself on record as being in favor of real temperance as opposed to prohibition and demanded that phy sical training bo placed In the public schools. The order, now has 6,472 members. n ence with them about for a year or so. That Is, they will send a man Into Kentucky, whose salary and expenses Wilt all bo pr.ld by them, to help In ihe work of establishing the county high schools required by tho new law, nnd they will send nr.othor man on ihc samo terms to help In tho Improve rocnt of the elementary schools. This wll be of tho greatest service to our state. The general education board has done similar work In other states and It has proved most valuable' PANIC IN from a meeting ot tk sKet,edkc.v (ion board of Now York, bringing tho Information that tho board, which Is hacked- liy a flilul cif 153,990,064, given by John IX Itockofqljcr, who has taVVn a keen Interest In ettucntkwi W'Kcn lucky, will toon send ftct-tsto this stato to cooperate with the. superintendent of public Instnictten, t aid In establishing, coilnty high schools, and to Improve tho clcmontary public schools of the state. "I was In New York." said Mr. Hln-Itt- . "to sett tho general education lKnrd, and they agreed to do what several ot us have lecn In correspond. 4. tfanvllle, Ky- .- tresMt r.,W.,Hln. 111. of Central tinlvcflty. 'rirrnod .; . AFTER SUFFER11 ONE m E, tca4s Cured by Lydia , ,;z''iim mi nn4lou!4Lt?& WI.Mwholesirti ot it i . :Ml nnd fearful miS? if1 doctori 3 la adjliloa (Cuprnsnt. Mia) to b V TEDDY TELLS TRUTHS SHALL CHILD MURDERED SUPPOSED KIDNAPED QIRL'S BODV FOUND MUTILATED. JsT0.ll x iH&iiaui a vpffnn a well woman an 1 noro i ca,, uiBftH:,r uacKacnn. iir l iSSJ tw APARTMENT HOUSE. Frightened Roomers Tried to Escape From Threatened Blaze. Fire In tho fashion able Hilda apartments on South' Hco ond street caused a panic amonc; tho occupants. In pajamas, bath robes and with btY coverlets wrapped about them, tho roomers, when they attempted to mako their escape from the third floor of the building, found their escspo blocked by a burning stairway. The fire originated In the room of George Zoll. He carried tho, burning mattress to the corridor, expecting to throw it from the window, nnd beonmo frightened and threw It down the stairs. The fire department helped the tenants out of their pre lioulsvlllo. Ky. AMERICAN MAKES BOLD DECLARATION AT QAULD HALL, Tho ftboro li orlr ono of lh It Is Either Right or Wrong for EnQ- - Every Bens Htd Been Broken by Her land To Be In Egypt, and If It Be Murderer Child Was Entlcid or Dragged Inte Cellar. Wrong She Should Gtt Out. L, London. VETERAN FINANCIER. t What He ffound, Out. , , An Italian JourunallsL Slgnor Tom-mas- o Glloni, baa just bad some disagreeable experiences. Desirous of knowing something of the lunatic asylums from within, with the object of ameliorating tho lot of the Insane, be presented himself at the gates of the Clmarosa asylum and asked for an nudlcnco of the king of Italy. The attendant showed him the door and then bo ran foul of the police, and in (the end found himself Interned In tho asylum. Tho doctors examined him and finding him far from tractable administered an emetic. Then they gate him a shower bath and next vaccinated (he enterprising Journalist. After that they held a consultation- In th,e, presence of tho "lunatic" whose. bona 'fides they evidently suspected and brutally but unanimously agreed that the only treatment In such'a case Vas" trepanning for a cancer'od tho brain. By this time Slgnor Tommaso Glloni thought the bost ho could do was to confess. This he did, nnd found himself at the pollco station; Tho magistrate, however, released MANY VISITORS EXPECTED. him, Observing" that he thought tho, doctors had administered sufficient Frankfort, Ky. Reports received punishment here by those n charge of the dedication of the capltot "aro to the 'feet A Ban on Patterns. that at least 3,000 persons will c'oiao "There Is ono kind of 'correspondence sometimes' received by women to Frankfort from Louisville alone on and the railroads will be clerks that makes beads of firms hop- that day,their utmost to provldo ars taxed to ping- inad," said, the pretty sten- to haul the passengers who aro com ographer. "That is dress patterns. Ing from other .points. One of tho pasThiy didn't mind letters and raaga-line- senger agents estimate, according to but If a girl wants to keep on Todd, state, Inspector and good terms with her employer and McKcnzle K prime la ono. maybe keep her Job, she had better examiner, who success of the dedicaof the workers for the advise pattern companies to send tion, that, there, will he D),0Q0.vI.xltora their communications to somo other In Frankfort, and that It will be ono of address. I know ono " employer ot the biggest, If not the biggest event about a hundred girls who has put' ever held In tho Capital city. up notices in tho .workroom to tho ccect that no patterns can bo "JOYS OP THE PRE8S." at that offlcs. Not many men go that far, but all hold tho same Miss A. Loulso Babbago, assistant grudge against patterns. A girl who has a new dress to make up can't editor ot tho Ureckenrldge News, Ky., who Is writing Kentucky help spreading the pattern out the mlnuto she gets It Then every other stories for the Western Newspaper woman In the office becomes inter- Union, has announced that her dtcam ested. Nothing is so disorganizing to booklet, "Joys of the Press," will bo women clerks as patterns. Nothing issued June 20tb. The booklet is filled s takes up more tlmo that belongs to with cheery paragraphs by In newspaper work and conthe firm, so you really can't blame tains an artlclo by Miss Babbago that the bosses for putting a ban on will Interest every newspaper worker. The little bpok will be well worth the price, IS cents, and many orders have Where Microbes Thrive. Th alimentary canal Is tho most already been booked for it. perfect culture tubo known to bacteriological science. No part of the 8ALVAGE AUTO WRECKED. body is so densely populated with It Is estimated that Louisville, Ky.-CaBarney Duffy In the alimentary canal of tho average and others ot the salvage corps had a adult about 126,000,000,000 microbes narrow escape front death when tho come Into existence every day. big automobile In which they were reThey crowd this region so densely sponding to an alarm ot fire, crashed that scientists originally believed that Into a street car at Third avenue and they were Indispensable to human Ufo. Broadway. The automobile waa reAccording to a writer In McClure's. duced to ashes and several persons Pasteur, who first discovered them, were severely bruised. Capt. Duffy maintained this view, but recent Inves- escaped with a severe shaking up. tigations have rather disproved It. Tbore are many animals that exist JUDGMENT REVERSED. Sn perfect health without any IntesFrankfort, Ky. Becauso of erronetinal bacteria at all. Polar bears, ous by tho Bell circuit seals, penguins, elder ducks, arctlo court In the case of tho LouUvillu & reindeer - theto and other creatures In Nashville Railroad Co. against Albort tho arctic zone havo fow traces of Setzcr'a administrator, tho $30,000 these organisms. granted for the death of Seizor was reversed In the appellate court. A Philanthropic Farmer. The Judgment of the Franklin dr. "What are you golpg to do this sum- cult court in tho case of tho Louisville mer, Hiram?" nafceC Mrs. Farmer'.. & Nashvlllo Co. against (J. "Well, I guest) we'll send our (wo B. Massive, ltallroad administrator, was afgirls to Kuropo so as to be able to firmed. accommodate a few unfortunate city The amcunt of the Judgment Is boarders who must havo fresh air," 13,000. replied lllraaIMrolt Free Press. micro-organism- s. liiBt.-uc.io- ns Lexington, Ky. Henry Clews, the veteran New York financier, delivers tho chief address at the annual convention of Group Seven, of tho Ken tucky Bankers' association, at the Country clubhouse on Friday, ot this week, his subject being "Individual Effort tho Way to Win Success." Capt John II. Leathers, president of tho Ixmlsville National Hanking Co, on "Tho Problems of nank Collec tion;" J. Wi Gnyle. president of the .People's Bank of Owcnton, "The Duty of a Bank'Co'll&tor;'' J. It. Downing. cashier of the Georgetown National bank. "Tho Valo of Liquid Assets;" J. K. Helt., counsel for the Kentucky Bankers' association, "Bankers' Legal Problems;" Claudo Thomas, president ot the Flrsti National Bank of Paris, Kr.. "Financial Legislation." Presi dent. J.fC.yuerlMick, of the Kentucky uanKers- - association, also auarcscos the convention. An address' of welcomo to the Visitors by' Jaiiios Ki Palte'rlon', president emeritus of Kentucky State University, 'and W. Cv Davis, of Versatile, responding. The Islington Clearing HouWassoctallon "entertains the vist tors with; , a luncheon at the Country rlubhouse.TC. N,.Mannlng. of Lexington, Is president of Group Swn. of the State association, and T. I.. South' worth of Stamping Ground, Is secretary. The executive committee Is com posed of E. B. Yates, ot Georgetown; J. J. McCIIntpck,' of Parts, and Louis Marshall, of Versailles. dicament MILITARY CIRCLES ASTIR. Frankfort. Ky. Outbreak by ih night riders In the "dark patch" aro causing a iTIr In mllltla circles. Gov. Willson and Adjt. Gen. Johnston bavo determined that tho wlcst policies to pursue to catch tho night riders will be not to mako public tho movements of the troops. The ambuahtng of Milton Oliver Is another feature In the case that has brought the mllltla Into service. Gov, Willson offered an additional reward ot $500 for the arrest and conviction of persona who aro guilty ot Intimidating witnesses or threatening V them. t MARRIED HIS EMPLOYER. Georgetown, Ky. Miss Nellie Car son, 33, ono of the wealthiest and most beautiful women In Scott county, married Alfred Crouch, 18, one of her farm hands. Crouch came hero from Kstlll county two years ago, when his father wa a federal prloncr In tho, Georgetown Jail, serving a sentence for "moonshlnlng." The happ'y couple will spend their honeymoon la Estill county. HEMP CULTURE. Unexpectedly Theodoro Koosevclt delivered Tuesday what Is considered by Ilugllshman as a severe arraignment ot the nation In Its attitude towards Egypt Something pict uresque was looked for from the form er president ot tho United States, but la view of bis utterance! In Egypt, la which he gavo praise In full measure to tho British government for the development that followed 'British rule there. It was not anticipated that he would revert again to that subject, s peclally for tho purposo ot taking Bug land to task. But with a frankness that caused a stir among tboso who had gathered In tho ancient Guild Hall to witness tho ceremony of conferring upon him the freedom of tho city of London, Mr. Koosevelt asserted that while England had given Egypt the best government In 3,000 years, yet recent events fol lowing the assassination of Promier Boutros Paaba bad shown that In cer tain vital points the British government had erred and that England roust repair this error If she wished to do her full duty. "Either you have or you have not tho right to romaln In Exypt and es tablish and keep order. If you have not tho right and have not the dcslro order, then by all means get oct But If, as I hope, you feel that your duty td civilized mankind anJ your fealty to your own groat trail! tlons alike bid you to stay, tben make the fact and the nanm agree, and show that you are ready to meet In every demand the responsibility which Is yours. "When a people treata asoasslnatlon as the cornvrstono of It forfeits all rights to be treated as worthy of Some na Hon mut govern Egypt, and I hope and bHIeve that the English nation will decide that the duty Is theirs." e-to-s- i Tho bluegrass region of Kentucky, in tho center of which lies raises about 20,000 acres ot Cannabis satlva, from which hemp Is procured. Tho acreage devoted to hemp' In ether parts ot tho United States Is very' small perhaps COO acres around Lincoln, Neb., and an equal number tn tho lower Sacrcmento valley In KENTUCKY WIRE TAPS, In accordance with InLouisville. structions from the secretary of tho Baseball Writers' Association of America, a local baseball writer placed a wreath of (lowers upon the grave of tbo late Harry C. Pulliam, at Cave Hill cemetery. Lancaster. Wheat has Improved beyond tho expectation ot many farmers, and an average yield Is expected' for the better sections of tbo county. Somo fields will be ready for harvest in about two weeks. At a convention of the United Presbyterian church at Philadelphia, it was decided to memorialize congress to pass Immediate legislation preventing transportation ot fight pictures from state to state. , Louisville, An "owl" car, while running at a rapid rate of speed, ran Into an open switch at Eighteenth nad Walnut and crashed into a "wrecker" car, Injurlm; seven persons. Louisville Contact with a llva wire caused the instant death of Ernest C. Simons, 21 years of ng?, ot Louisville, a lineman for the telephone company, In New Albany. Frankfort. Colliding with a pole, an automobile driven by James Mallon, of llarrodsburs, was wrecked at Alton, throwing out Thus., tiilo-phon- o COTTON MEN GO TO LONDON ' John McGawe) and Mnlion. Mrs, Mcnlsey was dashed against the pol fracturing her hHuII- - Tho others woW slightly lujutcd. Glasgow.- - A severe wind and hull storm swept over this section, ilolivj great dainai;o'lu iho southwestern part of tho county. 1'ieoi were fencing raxed to tho .around and tobacco fields and gardens liter-ull- y beaten to pieces bv tho halL -- McMonlsey. hlo wife, Ellen, itn t Mi's., Southern Cotton Buyers' Association Up In Arms. Atlanta, Ga. For tho purpose of appointing a representative to go to London to protest against the demand that all Southern cotton bo shipped on port bills ot lading, the Southern Cotton Buyers' Association will hold a meeting In this city next Thursday The fermentative' of the association probably will betaulhorlzed to proposo a auret company as protection for RIVERS BILL IS" READY. through 'bill' of Udtag as now vaed. Tho presept demand ot foreign bankers is the result of recent fall The Measure Carries Appropriation of urea of two big Southern exporting $51,847,718. firms. Knight, Yancey & Co., ot Deca Thn ralxiri at IlinCdn U'n.tlnvlnn tur, Ala., and Hteclo. Mllier itt Co., of ferecs on the rivers and harbor bill Corinth, Mhts., by which the foreign finally ers lost In the neighborhood of ",- - was nnnrtivpil In tliu senate- - Ar agreed to It carried appropriations ag 000.000. It la claimed by bankers of the In gregative l&ijm.IU, a net reaucuon land cities that It port bills of lndlag of IT05.C00 from tho amount ot the bill aro required. It would bo Impossible to aa it passed the senate. All of the reductions consisted ot do any amount ot business from Inte rior cities, with Oalveston, New Or comparatively small appropriations leans, Savannah, Mobile and other with the exception of tho $200,000 tor canal coast points practically controlling the the proposed Bcaumoat-NechcIn Taihi iv.ii nnn for tha Green river cotton export business o( the South. dam In Kentucky, arid $78,009 for the improvement of the Missouri river at Missouri Statute Unconstitutional. were Washington. Tho statute of Mis- take Contrary, all of which souri, prohibiting foreign corporations stricken from the bill. from doing business within dm state. If they svek litigation In the United Throws Church Into Panic. 'States courts was pronounced uncon- During religious Houston. Tux. stltutlonsl by the United SUtes su- services Amand.i Hollbr, while shoutpreme coitL In striking down the ing, burpt n blood vessel and began stntute. thu court utmold the onlnlan Hpurtlng blood ovof the congregation, of Judge Smith Mcpherson of tho cir dropping dvsd. The negroes believing cuit court or tho United States for tho It a manifestation ot Gods' displeasure, Westorn district of Missouri. leaped out of the wlndowsauij doors. "Jim Crow" Appeal" Falls. Quiet Lynching at New Madrid. Washington, An uttempt to have A rrnwil Villi' Mmlrlil Vln the supremo court of tho United States On Nuwsum's Corner nnd was ordered pass on tno authority of common,car-Herto dlspersu bv tho, riarsha), and with engaged In Interstate commerce ono exception, a negro, oboyed, This to mako "Jim Crow" regulations met na!?rft rnfiiaiul. uml mailt,-,- ) liv BtrlklilK with failure, when tho court dlsinlssed htm and knocking him down. The tbo Chiles Appeal from Its docket wblto men Immediately. went to tho assistance of the marshal, nud several 1,000-MllPlan Air Flight. 1. 1.1... .....a l,rifnn UiUWB, Willi!) UUU WWO ,.,... Now York, Thirty thousand dollars bythe negro, who was finally placed ffiis offered Tuesday to the first avia- in the city jntl. During that night pertor who files In an ucroplauo from Now sons went tn the' tall und took the ne Vork City to St. Louis or from St. gro to a tree In tho western part of . i. -- i,., Louis to New York. 1. iuo vitjr ua fiiuigBtt uuu. 1 s s e 1 Louisville, Ky.Mr. Joseph Wind- ling was accessory on tho' charge of be ing accessory to the murder of Alma Kellner, whose mutilated body was found In a cistern under onu of the parochial bullJlnga of SL John's Calh olio Church. Confronted with a gold rfhg and a pin which bad been found In hrr tmnk, and after tho pin had positively been Identified by the mother of the Ions missing child as ono which Alma wore the day she disappeared, Mrs. Wend-Homaintained a stolid demeanor sod and casually vouchsafed the Information that the ring and tho pin had been given her by a boy who found tbcui on the streeL Mrs. Wendllng also admitted that stains on somo clothing which abt washed for her husband wcro bloodstains. Further than this, a three hours' "sweating." hlch ended ahortly b fore tnldulghi. elicited Utile Information from tno woman, whose husband tho police now seek a the murderer of the little girl. Chief ot Detective Carney announced Wendllng was the Janitor of the church and school where tho child met her death. No clew as to the mans whereabouts thus far ba been obtained. The body was found only a few yards from the entrance to St. John's Church, where Alma had gono to attend services the morning ot her 01 appearance. Excitement over the case grew as tho day progressed, &nd the belief li gaining that the llttlo girl was entlcw) or sulifd by somo brute aa she wat within a few steps of tho church and taken Into the dark subccllar, where she met her death. As Corfoner Dun can's Investigation waa pursued It been mo evident that tbo girl had met her death In a horrl-bimanner. Her skull waa crushed and practically every bono In the body waa broken and charred. The Coroner salj It was evident that the body bad been broken and dismembered nnd then placed In a stove or grate, but this means ot dIijslilon having perhaps been Interrupted, quicklime had been used to aid In tho disintegration, Tho body was not in the fire long, it Is thought, bttnusc tho banes wcie only partly charred nnd somo ot tbe flesh still adhered, but crumbled to la's touch. imu htli actHAlly docs cure thew obUnuj d ui ana nuviuu u ircc liaTe failed, nnd that every luohtS crlng woman owes It to htm If to t Ida Compound a trial Ufore lutsa tlnff to an oiraUon, or rirh? bono of recovery. JIm. lMiiklmm, of I,rnn,Mait, 10 WntS n,ii, CI... I... t, tin fn fiifvln,, mniiril j;ui(fQ r,v ,311.) ,ai tliouKniuM to health and bet When Her Faith In the Lord fillet During tbe pmr pro. b ib iu traded meeting U famous, an ard-c- t l iter u tit church, ho uniiiJlT csme in u oU- fashioned buckUard drun hj ii family horse, was late f r a ftrt Hourly Important J tu Ultt severely censured br th puuf the rtai o fnr bitUU the good sliUr ld that (b Un f- tt'it( w a- t had taken frtjebt at a ru:rr tnla and bolted and that the rr. WlU rig had preveotrd her from being ta time. "My dear sinter, lurh 'Jitie tsitii should cot make you We lit dsv.ie services. You ihouij trutt Id tit, "Well, brother" the rephX. ul there was a look of ctlc. teiMi!sni I did truit in tie Lat on her face. till the bfllrband butted and ttfu I had to Jump. Spreading the awkle-Newt. i Lord' j Telegraph. Postmaster Puller of ll - Uat N was the sparkling wit t f rtaw-tors- ' dinner He annou- -' d na wxl solemnity that b4 it lecedel fc1 t Mi word from bis consir-5- " there name had been sent in U'hlnrlnn fnr r It'IK .D'BtSt It recognition ot his eff i t' the votes be cmid "I have daibrd the mcn.rct.n.i sen of my triumph to duUct IIo(V1m4W my wife, and If I am araui ntrd Ui tha.4 I sa. tt tho lady, as 1 glad tidings bare ere fiu jKBeUitrl U to the mom remote sr. f ,v of dUtrlct." was a sally that tnct" down tho home tm.ut Ulw i uAmin'i i. Women have obtain-. -... vote in ktoh. They win dc mi""" r,wi. nOIIOlS , HI . p- SuffrJCC ft tf - wl.wJ Atutrtl.il i .... e,re '"' - , ri.ialioo Kr day has been allot' d to btm excrclso of tbts nitm ... . nur.Hi,,,! will.--- oucn "Vour daughtir ilava mr on tbe piano. know Heraldr I -- poseu on luviii - ftt"l . It Hira.! aj HARD . ON CHILDREN. When Teacher Ha. .ill eitf beat, ana peraoa fct Uw "M Kve." When a about I'oatum they arc . . it,, hrnrflt Id school teacher d n A a cou ays : "I had been 1ttn my childhood, and the Ivt J . a. ; It had inrured me One cup of coffee . ,o fast would cauau ",---,nervous that I with tho day through ws ofD this ncrvouaneas depresaion o wu panlcd by deep and heart palpitation. by I am a teacher -when under the idbu to strugslo 6al1 bad nwhen In tbo school h , w; When talking in physician, he 'iiftUi' "Best Is ..,. Ccttee Habit ! tfft Pew suKtJ mauo nourishing. . .,..i err du? .In a abort tlmo I no fylng effects, a dtrBrrV not pcarcd, Mvas w oils, life seemed full ...fr ' my heart iroubW - -"I nltnuuiu w one jta. .niriti to I'oatum a llttlo Ileal tbo tlons; found It u flavor, excellent of "ea1 ' ..Bll ialci!- - 7 MAMMOTH CAVE he ureatest subterranean in the World. n mm' . iivrnvarv ib r mrmmm a mr m m Wonder a tie am MAh rfl tf a ma kaam alt .ii mi Airuouv Mecca of Tourists and Scientists. a mm HaBaBBaaBBBBBBBBBavSBBBaaB THE CHIMES, MAMMOTH CAVE. KENTUCKY. Copyright by H. C Canter. this quaint hostelry that shelters tbn stranger during his stay In tho cave region. Wonders Are Encountered Tty tho visitor almost from tho moment bo steps on tho picturesque, winding leading from the hotel to tho cave Mammoth Cnre. the greatest subtcr. ranean wonder In tho world, It ono of the 500 known caverns undermining Kdmondson County, Kentucky. Almost from tho tlmo of tho dlscor-cr-y of tho euro In 1509, by a hunter who imrstif d n wounded bear Into tho mnufh rfif Iho crr.it recoil, tho nlaco has been the mecca of tourist and scientist. Ar.d In this day of easy tnv. to this cl the trip from labyrinth of tunncla la tho merest Incident. Tho caro Is about ninety flvo ntllca out from tho mctrop. oils of the commonwealth, and a do lifchtful rldo of, acarco threo and a half heirs over tho Loulsvtllo & Nashville Itallroad, aupplcmfcnted by a few Journey up a peculiar mountain railway from Glasgow Junction, places the tourist at Cavo Hotel. Tho fingerprints of almost a century nrtj left on. mar-vclo- ui mln-ute- entrance Iho path suddenly stops In a gully marked by a black hole at tho bottom opening Into tho sldo of tho mountain. If the visitor's arrlral should happen on a hot afternoon or evening In August ho will cxporlonco the del I slit of an Instantaneous chango from tho torrid cllmnto of something like 90 degrees to tho pleasant Mr of an Qctobcr.ntternoon. The current of air rushing from tho mouth of the cavo Is responsible for this change. Tho atmospheric stream flows with forco sufficient to at once dry tho perspiration from the brow and momentarily chill the flesh. It Is popularly as tho "breath" of tho cave, the cool air constantly rushing out In summer and tho heavy cold air continually flowing In the wlntor. Through Narrow Qate. I'asslng through tho narrow gato that opofis Into tho hallway of thli marvolous nnd mystic .mansion built by nature's master architect, water, the visitor has before him In tho neighborhood of 200 miles of underground nvrnues, stately chambers, tortuous passages, stairways Inclines, halls and domes. Tho regulation courses nr "routes" mapped out by the guides nre such that each moment brings with It lis particular wonder. First Stop At Rotunda. Tho first atop Is made at tho lto tunda. a magnificent cavern whose limestone colling vaults soma DO foot nbovo. Hero are to bo found tho rudo leaching vats, log pipes nnd framo work used by the enrly miners to so euro tho llmo nltmto so Important In tho manufar-turof saltpeter. Tho Identical objects Been hero played their silent hut nevertheless effectual part In tiding the then Infant nation over tho perilous sea of 1SI2. To the rlRht of the notunda extends Audubon avenuo, named after the great naturalist. This treasure laden passage leads to Ollvo's Ilowcr which contains tho rriost beautiful stalactites to lie found entire cavo. Off to tho left of tho Rotunda ono strikes tho Slain Cavo, almost as jvlda as a city street and fully fifty feet high. Turning uMdo from tho Main Cavo for a moment before tho llotunda has been left many yards behind, tho visitor may llnd himself walking through Cothlo ftvenuo. In reeling numerous grottoes and nl toves, examining tho snow white crustaceans In tbo Cooling Tub, casting a pobMo Into tho ldtkn of Purity and winding up at tho old little waterfall nnd. Its nttondant beauties In In-th- leads his guests directly to ono of tho most remarkable sights In tho cave, tho Giant's Collin. This Is a colossal rock of limestone formation, plucked In so mo prehistoric moment from the wall of tho cavern and set down at tho sldo of tho pathway. The huge rock Is estimated to weigh 2,000 tons, Is 45 feet long, varies from 12 to IS feot In width, and has an almost .uniform height of IS feet. It Is appropriately named from 1U rcmarkablo resem blance to an enormous burial casket. A little further on tho Acuta Angle Is reached, where tho nvcnuo turns with a suddenness seldom witnessed on a surfaco stream of water for It Is supposed that this Is tho rlvor bed of a former underground torrent and then the visitor pauses at tho famous Star Chamber, a namo nearly as com mon as that of Mammoth Cavo Itself. Here truly Is a sight of a lifetime. Probably nowhere else in tho world will tho tourist bo ablo to secure bo thorough an Impression of tho meaning of an utter absenco of light. Tho peculiar, flickering llttlo cave lamps liavo In a measure penetrated tho shadows, but In tho Star Chamber tho guest Is to bo treated to a new sensation. traces his stops, leaving his guests alono In a spacious hall with a high, flat celling. He soon loses himself to view and tho dim reflection of tho lamps ho carries Is to be seen on tho celling. In this faint light far overhead tho spots or "Stars" of a thousand gypsum crystals stand out, against a background of mangancso dioxide, giving an excellent Imitation ot a portion of tho "Milky Way" seen In tho Inky blackness of a misty sky. And then tho guide" shouts a warning to his guest, tho receding footsteps of tho pilot In this sea ot darkness are agnln heard, and, prestol all light Is gone. Tho senses of the visitor arc Left In Spacious Hall. Tho guldo collects all lamps and re- appalled by Iho terrifying Intensity of the Indescribable blackness and he Is left In hopelessness and a e until tho nulde makes his welcome reappearance. Drlef rave dcscrljHWn wMI have accomplished Its purpose In tho mind of the reader If It persuades him to inako a personal Inspection of thrso Thoro are wonders. flvo tlors or "stories" to Mammoth Cavo, and when tho lowest Is reached and all Is In readiness for an embarkation on the wonderful Kcho Itlvcr, tho v'Mtor is about 270 feot beneath the surfaco of tho earth. River's Source In "Darkness. This stream, located amid such tirlrd surroundings, Is navigable to (he threo rudo bolts that ply Its sur faco during tho dry Benson for a dls tance of something over half a mile Tho "river" has Its source In darkness nnd empties Into tho black finknown Tho well-nigacoustic properties of the walls rising out ot and arching Eho Itlvcr havo been, often described In places the smooth nrch draws down to within less than threo feot of th surfaco of tho water and tho mariner must stoop In his scat. Tho "river' bns a maximum width of forty or fifty leet, and Its greatest depth Is bcllovod to bo about thlrty.flvc feet. Tho not ural sounding-boarformed by tho Milld rock twisted Into hundreds of nooks nml Inlets returns tho faintest nolso or note Into myriads nf echoes In tho rool, dark Waters' are often found man-clouwltlsh fish and crawfish that Nature has kindly deprived of eyes becausi of their utter uselcstncss In such a place. Mere mention can hero bo made of a few of the many other wonders shown by thti guide on even the briefest cava Journey. Mammoth Dome, about IGn feet from floor to vaulted room. Is ono of the. striking glories nf the cavern, Its almost perpendicular walls are relieved by gigantic columns rich In sculpture that tho hand of man might Imitate hut not excel. Often theso walls suggest that they might have served as models for tho sculptors of tho Interiors of tho ancient Egyptian pyramids. TheBottomless Pit. Tho Bottomless Pit is another glorious ceyern which, despite its namo. has been fathomed. This was first crossed where now there Is a tiny brldgo by tho elder nisbop, guldo and explorer, on a cedar sapling. Tho Cataracts, tho Daoon Chamber, Lover's Standing Rocks, tho Arm Chair, tho Cork Screw, the Bridal Altar where half a dozen weddings have occurred Rlvor Styx, Martha Washing ton's Statuo, and a double score of other Interesting features found in this land ot darkness get their names from Imaginations keenly descriptive, and are shown to tho ordinary cavo visitor. And lastly, attention, may be called to tho Water CloH. that tells the tlmo for. tho traveler as he Is about to leao thlk region of subllmitcs. On tho out ward Journey, when tho Rotunda Is not far ahead, at tho guldo s command there Is a pause, a stillness follows. nnd presently Is heard from c in tnc depths of a Stygian recess la tho walls above a monotonous, slow, regular tick- tick tick, the novcr changing dropping of water from an unseen stalactite to a hidden pool many feot below, pa tiently telling oft tho centuries and aim ply but forcibly describing how tho glories lately beheld have been created by the "hand" of water. ' Colossal Cavern. Colossal Cavern was discovered In 1S95 by Ilobort Woodson, who was searching for a spring. It was first partially explored by a young man named Pike Chapman in tho fall and winter of tho. namo "ear and in tho spring of 1S9G, slnco which, tlmo mora or the cavern has been explored and a great amount ot work dono at tho en trance In tho widening ot several very narrow passages, tho lowering of tho floor in certain places where the space between Uie floor and tho- roof of tho cao did not permit. ot an easy traveling, and tho construction of roads. All of this work has now been 1 s Farmers.and Merchants Bank Cllitwi Btmt, XlekiMM, Kentucky. f ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.- .ire sfsr t depositor. Otkw MiMMcati art f MMufery InporUM. Upon this Quiraitci we Solicit Your Patrooife. Tfefrt H. BUCHANAN, K, Buchanan, J. J. T. A. Eeaferd, PreMR. J. A. TH0riP5ON, Cashier. a DIRECTORS O. B. Bondurjnt, K M. Isler, Threlk.ld, J. VT. AleJisAtr, Dr. J. M. Hubbard. THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY It BY raw'' TjJk ?A 'a., .a sr.:'. Bw. a. L0K6 BISTANCE TELEPHONE ' ! 'BBBRfH m RATH APPLY Tf LMAL MANMEI OUMIERUND TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPH CO. Ths winding path leading to the Cave. comflctcd and tho trip through tho cavo can now bo made without any great exertion In about six hours. As yet but few persons have seen tho Interior of the magnificent cavern, and it practically tho samo as stands when flrit discovered. None ot the beautiful rock formations have been destroyed by vandals .or blackened by the, smoko of oil 'nmps, "which are not used bore. In order to preserve tho natural whiteness ot the beautiful rock formation It was decided to use individual acetylene lamps, whose light Is much more brilliant nnd powerful and which do not glvo off tho disagreeable smell that arises from oil lamps. Orig inally several entrances existed to Colossal Cavern, but theso were all closed by filling in the entrance with rock and earth and an entrance mado at tho cxtreino west end of tho cavern This was dono or tho reason that tho natural entrances were very inconrcnl cnt and hard to reach, tho surface land being very rough and hilly. Tho entrance to Colossal Cavern la f one and .miles from the entrance to Mammoth Cavo and at the foot of a steep hill facing the west, and Is the private property of tho h. & y ono-hal- .. MM STIM W MMPLETE MB . . . -- Absolutely THE BEST A millonairo Canned Goods. Helnz's Va riet.es of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. OtHH- Ml.pheM mm wbm la a orraftDSTurrn. mi QROCERW, FRESH 3 MXATS Telephone 6. Deliveries. Ledf ord & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS BTABUSHSOIHS. TOM DILLON, Sr., Prof. (eeessw to B. O. JUaaas;., (Uoimss.) N. Railway. constructed steps In the rock, the pas- sago way averaging about threo feet in width. From the foot of the steps tho avenuo In which wd find ourselves, and which Is th9 main avenuo ot the cave. extends for four miles In a southeasterly direction to the end of the cave, All tho rock at this lsvel Is limestone, and after one's eyes bavo become ac customed to the darkness the remarkablo shape of tho rocks and marking in tho walls and celllnss attracts the attention. There Is possibly no known cavern where tho action of the water and the forco of eruption Is as plainly seen as in Colossal Cavcm and In cer tain localities farther on, particularly In Florence avenue tho walls nre richly decorated. WILL INCREASE TAX. That Supreme Court Has Sustained Its Validity. Prom tho surfaco to tho floor of tho cavo is two hundred and twelve feet, tbo descent being made down well ilarble and Granite flonuments CURBINO. STONB WORK klHtfs, IRON FBNCINd. 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If tho decision had beeif ngalnst tho stato and in favor of tho roctlflorn tho stato would' have had to rcfiihd the amount which 1ms nlready boon paid by tho rectinora, nnd It would have crippled tho trensury greatly. one-fnurl- h one-iiair ana Clinton Street, HickHMiKy. Vast deer to Jonas' Cat. (Uuwrlf . IWM, tr f, N. It.) LAND Casta Book New Books, Stationery, Store FOR SALE loth city and farm.prop-rt- y at rcasoaable prices. If yon have real estate for sale, let as get yoa a buyer. ADDRESS: fplttdid Selectioa . . . Post Cards. Notions, Etc Cull aad Krarythlng ae eur stock. . upto-daU- Manr Bsrendes&GompanY Hickin&H. Keatucky. BUST OF LINCOLN. Men to De Placed Kentucky Capltol. A handsomu bust tlf Abrahnm t in coin, modoled by thq same sculptor wno mado tho JeHcrson monument in front of tho court house nt Ioulsvllle, is to bo placed in tho now capltpl at Frankfort. The bust Is thn ptrt nt Hen S. Washer nnd other Joulsvlllo men. A letter from Mr. Washer w received by tho governor offering Drescnt tho bust to th Htnn ir Would bo clvcn n zrood nriRltlnn In thn now capltol. Tho governor placed the matter uororo tho capltol commission, nnd thov nromutlv accented it. Th bust is said to bo ttn excellent like ness of tho great presldont. It mounted cm a pedestal eight fuel at: In Let Us Be Your Waiter Gift of Louisville W never tire of helping others when they ask for good job printing. We can tickle the most exacting typographic appetite. People wha have partakes of our excellent service com back for a second serving. Our prices are th most reasonable, too, and you can always depend on u giviaif your orders the most prompt Md careful attention. Call at thU office and look over our samples. Aniietto's Dome. Tho way Is retraced and on again entering "tho Main Cavo 'tho guide iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimniiii THE MARBLE. TEMPLE, MAMMOTH CAVE, KENTUCKY. Copyright by H. O Caatcr. J9P PRINTING , t J111 Ja. vur icuow. iituuii j iuTiiueaj,-ieiie- r ntau. bill rHa, ate, all r.c!ro lis tarns wilvl Proaipt (Ullr.17 alwajo. ww Him dodf-Ms. n.t. SrS naada. tss NOTICE TO TEACHERS, In npplylng for a school fer 1010, you will file your application In writ lttK EVERYTHING READV. with tho division secretary, stnt Kverythhig Is in readiness for tho Llg uliool to be pulled off at Hickman Ky., on the 13th, 14th anil Kith of Ing what school lu that division you June. The Club in linnslng up i.0 In wish to secure. State- alo whether you will tench for tho public money, prise or added Money for this sho I. or. It not, utato what salary you will nml It ' nttraclliig shooters ''inn accept. t It would be well to consult the local trustee before filing application with division nccretary, as Ills recommendation would mean much to you. It would also be well to hull cnto a second choice, or file a separate application for another school, and mark one first and tho other second cholco. It Is to bn hoped that tearhors will not make a large number of applications, ami would It be confusing should they apply In different divisions, since one (eacher might thereby be circled to two or three positions one In each division whero application Is made whereas It she applied for two or three schools In tho same division, no such thing could happen. The division prcrotarles and local trustees are as foTlowst. Educational Division No. 1. Hock' Spring T. O. Copeland, at Crutchflold, Ky. Woodlawn W. V. I.lttlo, Crutch-field- . Ky. Taylor It. C. Arrlngton, Crutch-field- , Sometimes We Are Asked to the Boys ? " T"ECAUSE "" Ky. PalestlneJ. V. l'owltt. Fulton, Ky. Liberty J. (1. Wade, Fulton, Ky. McFadden Charles Readies, Fulton Ky. . Lodgton J. C. Lawson, Fulton, Ky. Secretary, T. O. Copeland', Crutch-field- , Ky. Educational Division No. 2. " Why do you devote so much attention it is our pride to give big money's worth Kdmlston H. L. Wade, Cayce, Ky. Cayce S. A. Johnson, Cayce, Ky. Rural Academy A. K. McConnell, Hickman, Ky. Simmons S. II. Llmlcr, Hickman, Ky. north, east. onth anil west, and Preside nt SMd DtxIiU has letters from almost eviry state In the Union who here. Over will hnvt- One lliindnd rrul Fifty shooters have signified their Intentions or entering Many of these havo already sent In their entrance fees, and asked to be "snuaddeU" early. Among these nre John Phillip Housa, the great band master, and wife, of Now York. Jas. 8. Day, banker, of Midland, Tex . Mr. and Mrs. Topwrweln. of Han An tonlo, Texas, Mr. King, of Denver, Col . Col. J. T. Anthony, of Charlotte, N. P., (Jeo. Iyons, Durham, N C. i full "squad" from Ixmlsvlllo Including "Talkawalka" Walker, two squads" from Memfrom Nashville, and phis, Including the famous "Gin Wynne squad" and IT Tho boys also one "squad" of young ladles, are practicing dally here gi t ting ready for this shoot, and will havo fire full "squads" of home shooters to enter, and Judging from tho scores made Monday afternoon many of them will bo "hoard of la the money" after the shoot Is uvrr We alto havo n "squad" of unmar rled ladles who wish to chullengn any "squad" of married ladles In tho slat or any other state, for 100 target during this tournament, all to wea evening dresses at the ball that night. Tito Daughters of the Confederacy will havo charge of feeding the shoot crs on the grounds, and they havo now on hand six hundred yeltow-l- t frying slxe chickens, .thirty country hams, six lambs, and have encaged forty gallons of fresh buttermilk. July 4th ; ft ft ft I UNION CITY FREE TO ft EVERYBODY s A $1,250.00 V to ft ft ft ft ft ft & Lmu.i....B The following I : Before Seen There. ia r. vanciyoi r Cntertftinmcnt r . . Entertainment Never a skeleton program of somr of the to be seen on the streets of t Jl City JULY FOURTH There will he sniciEng clomp every minute of the day, and there w.llbe absolutely B ft B B ft ft m NO CHARGE s ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft of any kind for anything. In addition to this free S Ice water and plenty of seats in the cool, shady 'park ft will be provided for its vim'tnrn. & ROUND ft TRIP RATES Sssgsitifc lr 1 ft worth to the little fellows. Because the mothers of this town expect it of us. Just now we nre showing many new patterns in the celebrated For anything in the Bond Addition see Kennedy, CAPITOL DEDICATED. Rush Creek Ky. D. D. Davis. Hickman, s ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft R Mrs. Jane Hopkins Boy Proof Clothes -- Made of strong fabrics, reinforced at all wearing parts, and superbly tailored. If every boy wore a Mrs. Jane Hopkins' suit there would be less, talk about boys' rowdyism. Not at all like others because of bigger, better values. Yet the price is pushed down way down where you like it. Some instances: The New Kentucky Home, which stands for a higher and better Ken Ky. Secretary, S. A. Johnson, Cayce, Ky ttirky, was formally dedicated Thurs day with elaborate and Interesting Educational Division No. 3. ceremonies and with eloquent speech have been 'es by Kentucklans who ... . ... Walnut Grove J. W. Long, Hick- W l.UUUI I'M IJ til VII lltlU. 1.141. Vll. man, Ky. O. Uradley, United States Kvnstor Stubbs L. D. Threlkeld, Hickman. from Kentucky, was the principal Ky. orator of the day. Following the ex Montgomery K. O. Maddox, Hick erclses In front of the capltol, an old man, Ky. fashlored Kentucky house warniln Falrvlow It, II. Speight. Hickman, was held In tho capltol, where the vis Ky. iting Kentucklans by the thousand HickDeccb Grove J. II. crowded every office and department man, Ky. looking over their new: home. Graves C. A. Wilson, Hickman, Ky. Kentucky has bad eight capltots Secretary, R. II. Speight, Hickman, as follows: Ky. Roper W. J. Moss, Hickman, Ky. Hazel Dell W. J. Moss. Hickman. SQ.50 to S7.30 Baltzer & Dodds D. Q. Co. (Incorporated) Miss LIlUo Hackctt la visiting In St. We serve REO Louis this week. Parlors. Educational Division Sycamore Ky. No. 4. First capltol, temporary, rude log houso In Islington. 1702 ft ft ft ft ft K he world's great- - ft est contortionist 16 .- -. Oscar Haas- - comical horiznnlnl rmn.,1v R1 Sutton & Sutton s D v vv bats. The Great Knctzgner- - hoop roller and Best act of the kind in this country. Dare Devil Delmo sensational The Marvelous Lively double bender, the main feature of the famous Coburn Minstrel. M. Bolitzsky Russian trapezist. ft Barny- - Tunny German and Irish ft Fritz & ft acrobats in their astonishing feats of strength. The Mysterious Omah East India juggler. ft ft Dare Devil Delmo thrilling p drop act (at night) through fire and smoke. ft Grand Street Parade consisting of old soldiers, fraternal orders, school children, gorgeously decorated floats, automobiles and other vehicles. ft Music by Military Band of thirty pieces at va- ft ft rious places all during the day. S Field sports of every kind. Magnificent Fireworks. jpj side-snlittijug-gler. slide-for-lif- Firing of Salute. The Wonderful Pavough-t- death-defyin- g Dave Morrow, Hickman, C. H. Smith, Hickman; Illue Pond Ky. Sassafras Ridge J. P. Plant, Hick man, Ky. New Hope W. F. Perry, Hickman, Ky. Harris Ice Cream Island No. Ky. 8 Wm. Venters, Hick-ma- John Kirkindall and family nre visCut out the Homo Telephone dlrec iting Mr. Klrklndall's brother near torj-- In this paper. Thebes, Ills. Miss Luetic Posey, of Union City, Mrs. Mary A. Powell, of near town, is visiting Miss Nell IJojidurnnt. Is able to be up again after a serFor-- a strictly high grade patent ious Illness. flour try White Swan, Ited Rose or Miss Anneta Joy, a ward of A. W. Carnation Travis. Davis, returned Tuesday from Tenn., where she has been atThe many Hickman friends of Ed tending school. This bright little Miss Hertweck, of Fresno, Cal., will be Is of Italian parentage and of Cuban Kind to learn that ho Is convalesc birth, but has been In this country ing after a five weeks Illness of ty for tho past four years. phoid fovor. Hon-derso- hn A. Ward, Madrid Tenn. Secretary, C. H. Smith, Hickman. Uend-rJoUea-sl- Ky. The division boards will meet for tho election of teachers the last Saturday In June, July and August. DORA M. SMITH, Co. Supt. Miss Josephine Hamlett, of Fulton, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. Cook, (or the past week. Sprinkling Rates FOR 1910 The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May 1st and ending November lit, 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 sPrinkle. HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. Incorporated W. L. Helm is havinc the old Holmes residence torn down and will A North Dakota man admitted that build a new house on the site. he did not know the namo of the Mrs. Sarah McDermott left for Presldeut, thus cutting off all poxsl Nashville this morning, to make her bio escape from jury duty. It Is a question whether Evangelist home with her son at that place. Hilly Sunday can beat the comet " A New Jersey woman wants a dl- - when It comes to a matter of making lu her Mls., but because her husband stutters. sinners sit up and tako notice. "vorce h,M Volunteers aucceeded lu aavlmt ov- - pay him mow nnd 'P And yet, when he proposed, sho prob People often say of an unusually eral plecea of furniture which happenably regarded him as a charming con bright boy: "He's too smart; he ed to ho lu tho front room of the to lean. Umt versationalist. won't llvo." Vet nearly all boya of houito. Mr Adntns carried $550 In- - ua . Elton lielew, a Paducah negro, fell that kind not only llvo but outgrow It. O beneath the wheels of tin I. C. train J. C. Sexton left on the steamer one inllo north of Water Valley, FrI day, and his left arm was ground off Kees Lee for Tiptonvllle last night. at the shoulder and left leg cut off This section was visited by a hard ratn mis morning at l sju, accotnpa at the thigh, nled by a strong wind and electrical Caldwell and Lyon Counties ara storm. No serious damage was done enIn u neck and neck race with Hrcnth however. nre easy to travel wheryour feet are comity In the assasluatlon business. it $250 REWARD The automobile cased in a pair of our Packard Shoes. The Idea of teaching every girl to owners of Hickman offer a teward ' thump tho piano and every boy to of $250 for They look right and feel right became the arrest and convic be. bookkeeper will make potatoes tion of the party or parties who cut they are made right worth 8 a barrel In 20 years. the tires of C. T. Bondurant's car wear week, Ask us for reasons why you should We understand that the city dads last Several of Hickman's business introduced an ordinance at their them. meeting Monday night, which pro houses are now cloiintr at 6 .30 in hibits liverymen and others leaving the evening. This is a good move j vehicles, not in use. on the streets, the man who puts in ten or twelve Also an ordinance to stop spitting on hours a day in any kind of business has done a days work, the sidewalks. a- Second capltol, temporary large frame houso In Lower Frankfort 1754 Third capltol (first penna ncnt), three story stone structure Destroyed by fire November 25, 1813 1814 Fourth capltol, temporary, lu rented quarters used for state oflcers 1816 Fifth capltol (second pcrma nent), two story brick, with two deDetached wings, costing $40,000. stroyed by flro Nov. 4, 1824. "Red Ilrlrk" bulldlugs, now standing part of this structure. 1825 Sixth capltol, temporary, In seminary building, "meeting- house' and Methodist church, rented for gov ernmental quarters. 1829 Seventh capltol (third pcrma nent), historic old structure Just a bandoued for "New Kentucky Home. 1909 Eighth-capltol- , (fourth pernionent), magnificent pile now occupied by all state government departments, Tho southern editor who yus made to eat his words will no doubt use greater care In selecting till, stock of 1793 - ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftPiM u i- -auroncn on his iupbuilding, a Tho At 3:30 Monday mornlnc tlu fire structure, was ii " k alarm iouiuled for thu flrnt tlin fur Wo J 6uu t understand li' . svvornl wwk ami nrqiucil thu I 000 Inauranoe aud iu v- - t lug populnco. This time thq retMi'iieo to $S0. wont of J. X. Adaiui, a O at tho Catholic church nnd on thv oi .k Gun alioot iwxl lioalto sldo ot thu atrrvt, fell t to tho flame. Help did not arrive 'kj Hevural now loim-1lu tlmo to check tho flru and tho built. bous anil n largo part ot tho conMr. and Mm. nan.. tent! wcro totally destroyed. r. j,ie . i Jf t''1 Tho flro waa atnrtcd from n coal Carbondalo. Ilia II oil lamp. Mr. Adams aaya ho nrono daughter, Mr. early In tho morning, lighted tho lam Inez Uifll Miia'il Ml and itarU'd up ataira. In a fovf mln froiu LoIlahfWd. K) ,t0 L" " 1u utea the lilaxe began flickering and a vry sui" flulshcd running out at tho top of tho chim- Juat uf 'L1' a teacher In th I"'' k uo" ney, wlKTeux!!i ha mado nit attempt city. to throw tho lamp out nt a window, '",rn '"3I ' It hit tho casing ami fell hark . hut Wo nro glad Into the room, saturating carpeta and ens. locol iimmig.ror tn. ' it' HI not wall with oil. ThU gavo tho flamis iVlophoiio Co. at rowMn-- d h a good start. Mlwi Ivn, who wiir man. ll I)ur,P of sleeping in nn adjoining loom, liarely place with a vl cou,p t pr ' T '1 night clothing. escaped the ft ft ft ope'n to all, amounting to over $100, ns well as & n an equal value in special prizes. announced g Other features will be added and j from time to time. Cash Prizes BURNED. - g RESIDENCE oid H' j tc-p- 'n, khart-dlitnnr- v iry . ' .J'"" i'on - " !, r.in:0" Rough Roads Bradley & Parham 1 1 II 1 ANOTHER RAILROAD. ! TVTTWTTTVTTMnF Iloiow wo print a letter from Cda. B. Moaks, secretary of tho Cairo A Naalivlllo lnterurban Hallway Co., ot Paris, To tin., which Is self cxplatm- torys Gentlemen: You havo likely lieard, lung boforo this, of tho chnrtcrlng and projecting of the Cairo & Nashville Inlcrurban Hnltroad from I'll l point lo Fulton, Ky., and, our destination being Cairo, 111., we havo thought best lo niiiko your rlty, Hickman, an objective point, antf uro now planning to tho preliminary surveys from Fulton to your city at nn early data. Wo havo coaiplelcd our arrange ments for the financing nnd construction of tho division from Paris to Fulton, and will begin tho construc tion survey nnd tho building ot tho lino In tho near future. Wo Uh to Impress upon you tho luiporlanco of extending tills lino 'to your city, ns you doubtless well know tho great vnluo of lnterurban rail roads to tho development of the country and tho building of towns nnd cities. Wo aro to havo n public meeting nt Fulton, Ky., next Saturday, June 11th, and otlcors and members of this company will bo glad to receive rep rescntatlvcs from your town at that tlmo and place Wo would be glad to confer with you and your citizens at our general offlco 'by mall or olhorwise and aro anxious to extend to you any Information you may desire. Whllo there aro promoters and promoters and schemes and schemes of similar character being launched, you doubtless havo learned or can know d - Children's Trimmed Hati, sailors and Leghorn neatly trimmed with ribbons Qf and flowers.worlh $2....g0c Ladies' Trimmd smooth ami rwgh braids, in all eolers, trimmtd with flowers and ribbetM, I QQ 1 worth $3, at Hats, 90 JUDOE WISE Sensational Reducing of Prices Business Phllotopier 1 "When a man It In hdljtk,he only to remember thf rgljh eat make good sailors iv( Jne Judge, "but he will aneho- J i lfo If ho buy hi drun f harbor Hickman Drug Co. Drug it vice at thl toro I unexcelled; Ue J Nnllc only the purest and bett toltt arjd dlipente It with the 0" it tire Price are reasonable, lerv.ctlprorfct, and at all times courteou trlitmAt. Juit to Mtiify yourself t i claim, give them a shirt If yftjr I drug builne." need Beautiful Spring Millinery Sacrificed SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY AND CONTINUES THROUGH NEXT WEEK tlr r ROUTE NO. S. A large crowd attendu School at iteclfoot Sunday, Little Ira Osburn Is verj tijktAh bllllous fovor at this wrltlrt Owen Stlglur closed a vlu mi Jul school at Crescent, h'i.i.; Mr. Soutuworth, tho Union tj; tographcr, was hero on but-.- tji No woman can afford to wear an old hat in the face of the great reductions we are making on our most charming Millinery. These urday. Mks Pearl Cloar, ot CIi c, r, Saturday night lth Mrs. L In ; islt HAVE YOU TRIED Ham. ' Clarcncu Ilruer and wife Shepherd, spent Sunday Agnes Wilson. lAKMiard qt V.fa ,&r M ( t BHHllllllllllllllllllllllWBBV great bargains should cause the greatest rush of Millinery tirade this season. You will find a complete stock, increased especially for this sale. Prices represent but a fraction of theY actual worth, and are from one-hato of the regular prices. . C lf one-four- th Harding, ot II r filled his regular appolntmer w v. - neighborhood Sunday. Miss Vera Howard, of tiestal, spent Saturday night w b I's Myrtlu and Dora Howard. Orovor Wilson, who has I : tending Uits Tralnlns School a Ion City, Is at homo again. Mr. Roberts, wife and bo:, Hu Df near Kcdron, spent Sunday v Jim Williams nnd family. Don't wait any longer to gtttflt poultry fence you need It NOT Lave plenty ot 1L Hickman h L. 5c all Fountains that we aro on tho ground for business nnd hopo to rccclvo at an early date a reply to this communication and to meet with a hearty enthusiasm and at tho bands of your peo 6.98 Pattern Hats that worth up to 12.00 Q for 4Q O are Trimmed Hats that worth up to 8.00 3 AO For Trimmed Hats that TfO are worth up to 5.50 Flowers and Foliage 1 -- 4 to 1 -- 2 off. Shapes 1- -4 to 1- -3 off. ple Yours very truly, CHAS. E. STOAKS, Socrotary. Hickman should not fall to send a delegation to Fulton. Wo can't have too many railroads; and Indications are that the company mens buelnees Iot's wako up and push for "Greater Hickman." MORE IMPROVEMENTS. 2 fibS are worth up to A Q for Trimmed Hats that 4.00 1Q O for Trimmed Hats that are worth up to 3.00 IQ for Trimmed Hats that are worth up to 2.50 S Company, lac. LADIES' TAILORED SUITS ONE-THIR- D OFF Don't Fail to Come. PURCHASED V. A. You'll Feel Well Repaid BATH BARBER SHOf L. T. JACKSON. IVop. All White Barbers And Good Ones ForMvvrnl rroons llmU. li.iliunn Kiwi b in cur, me uiceu imtn r rylhlns uw ami comfortable, nm tci liar of jour butnm. palronnirtt-tbrrliatetliaonly . U Give Them a Trial Mrs. Iioiina Cavltt, of St. U arrived ncro Saturday ovcnlni: oni SUcker Loo to visit Mrs. 8. M itt and family. f ) 4" - Chester Karnes came up from States Saturday uvenlng. Tii Manager C. L. Walker Informs a Courier man that tho Mengel Do Company will begin the erection ot another largo building west of their lower factory, In this city, In a very short tlmo. This building will be used for dry kiln purposes exclusively. Tho Mcngel Box Co. Is delighted with the showing mado by the Hick man plant 'during 1910, and tho boit evidence ot It Is that they are con tinunlly Increasing their Investments here. They have Just finished Install' Ing a largo veneer drying machine that cost $17,000, and which will double their capacity In this departniout. Let tho good work go on, FERRY BOATS. Ulnshaw purchased since our THE ALLEN PORTABLE APPARATUS. last lssuo tho small gasoline launch nnd ferry boot "Dixie" trom Klrlc & Ward, and now has tho lerry buil ness to himself. For the tVo boats, Mr. Ulnshaw paid VJ00, and now has a doublo equipment. For several weoks two ferries havo been running In opposition, and tho competitors finally agreed to pick two gentlemen who wore to nauio a price on Kirk & Ward's two boats and Ulnshaw agreeing to buy them at the prlco named. Kerry boats are still compelled to make their landing on tho Missouri side ut Dorena, two miles down (lift ilvtr. because Ml. Lewis, owner of the land opposite tho city, rofusen to lot thorn land there. This Is a great luconvonlenco to all parties con cerned, but it cannot be holped until tho district court at Capo ulrardoau, Mo., takes final action. Thero was a time when proper bath lng facilities depended altogether upon bath rooms and theso were not absolutely proper according to hygienic laws unless equipped with applian ces for administering massage, ebdw-er- and friction baths. It is aUo true that bath rooms could not be Installed without running water without great expense While these conditions still exist nnd always will last In reference to bath rooms, tho Allen Portable Dath Apparatus is proving a Godsend to thousands of people in all parts ot the world. This popular household necessity is sold by tho local agent L. Ilrock. Suited While Your Wait With a pair of nobby, stylish, Ties. They stay on the foot all right, and are the correct thing for the sum-me- r days. two-eyel- et "X FULL VARIETY ,. Bradley & Parham m A REC01P SMASHER Our business this yfi far, has exceeded any year in our history- - a f record smasher. There is only one way we cn inum tor it is cvincm mm o i guarantee all plumbing and tin nlng I do. If tho work don't come up right and I can't out-tal- k you wo will cheerfully do the Job over1 Just like any other plumber. Cotton. I O High (iuality Low 'ijices toff r and st have gotten these rest i. If you arc in the market for ATERIALS, of any kind, WINDOW GLASS WIRE, Etc,, LUMBER, BUILD NG 1 PAINTS, BilC SCREE remember we have tic golls, and can make the prico on mighty short notice- W. A ODDS 0. 'ThJLu4br Man' large number of Hickman poonlo W. H. Haltxer and family went to It Wi CAS M utt,onded tho carnival at Union City Union City Sunday In i their auto to I VJL1 tfmUll Ktlll fir ffiillni W ntiitiHI MmtttK sir kitk la UwilW. last week. meet Mrs. Baltzor'a parents, Mr. and wimrrtuttMH. WnfctawiMfat. Mrs. J. M. Held is visiting hor sis. Mrs. Hewitt, of Carbotidalo, Ills, ter, Mrs .Gardner, near Fulton, and You can't shoot throuch sown Klf.iV friend near Clinton. sold la Hickman, but that Is not the Keep your eye oa the real estate kind sold by the Hickman Grocery THE LADIES OF THE PRESBV. bargains lu this paper. It may con- Co, If you want beter meat. glve TER IAN CHURCH WILL SERVE mew a trial; It coats S per cent lew. SUPPER DURING THE GUN SHOOT tain just what you are looking for. IN THE BUILDING LATELY OCCU. O Tom French baa returned to itoa- Misses Loto Cavltt and Hutu Kim- - PIED BY NAYLOR'S BOOK STORE. from l to $2 per Uiousand on i.oke. Ya., after a visit to hU moth bro and John Meaehaai and Swavua Save your bluglva by buying direct from er, Mrs. K. T, Tyler, and other rela Walker were in Union City last Tfaur HOURS FROM 7 TO 8 p. m, eur will. Yatus & Kirk Sfalugle Co. Uvea. owning attending the carnival. RBO at Heta WIUou's. A Mrs. Vm. McKeeu Hubbard, of Ft. Worth, Tcxoh, was the houoreo of a dollghtful brldge-whlparty given on M.onday night by her sister, Mrs. T. T, Swayno. There were five tables, I'uucu was served as the guests arrived. Later cream and cako wore served, The guests were Mesdames Win. Hubbard, L. 1'. Klllson, V P Shumate, Mollle 1'rathcr, C. L. Walker, L. A. Stone, A. It. Stone, F. S. Moore, Q. 0. Schleuker, II. N. Cow-gilK. 11. Klllson, J. II. Millet, W. S. lSllnot), fS. V. l'rather, C. 11. Travis, L. U. Jleevos, of Osceolu, Ark., and MUsee Nell Rogers, Light Faris and Marie liruvard. l, Than llogcrs, who has had chargo Mrs. L. 11, Heeves, of Osceola, Ark., Mott's Nervine Pills of the Buply room for the Mengel Uox Is the guest of Miss Light Faris, Co. for several mouths, has accepted The great nerve and brain treatTho Hickman Furniturn Cn hnn. ment for men and women, produces his former position with tho Jlckmun dies the best line of Furniture In strength and vitality, Grocery Co. builda up the west Kentucky. Let us show you. system aud renews the normal vigor. Freeh grocorles and veitetables of For sale by druggUta cfby mall. $1 "Fire" Kennedy. all kinds at tho Hickman Grocery Co. per box, 6 boxes for S. Hickman ncurance Kennedy. You save C per cent by trading with Drug Co., Incorporated. them. Cleanlug and Pressing Schmidt. -I Mrs. Myrtle Jackson lias returned to Carl Schmidt and wife, spent Sunhor homo In. New Mexico after a vis-I- t day In Union City. to her mother, Mrs. 8. Cavltt, and mm BBS w Lot me sharpen that disc cultivat- family. or. I can do it cheaper thau anyMiss Virginia Prathor left Saturday body. II. L. Gray, night for Paragould, Ark., wbero she Call at tho Hickman Furniture Co. will bo bridesmaid In MUjs Ulauehe IDES and for anything you want In furniture, Hull's wedding. or twooi ri gtafDwlm. i (! t 1 1 yr vHM r- r lW HV - Hickman Furniture Co., hcadqunrt- - complete tin- Your parties are la REO It lervo '. Cowglll'i. MIks Hnzot Methony loft Saturday to friends In Martin. Trim. Mrs. Knby Thomas, of Austin, IC., Is the Kuost of Mrs. Chns. Isbell. lino jjMal aH 05 fj &( 1 PNBHBHhI H22TellTellMfl LHHHmilllllH MA i 11 "sill j INhJ SI ft VP I f j jF "" I npljt I A 61 S 11 4wJ IPmF . I It M ' " s 1 t3 I in as much JUST making, rare as just The Kodak season Is hero. A big at from $1 up. Helm & Ellison. Mond y Hen. H. A. Tyler returned from n few days' stay in St. WONT EXPLOEjal Ioult. much style, just as highgrade leathers and ma tcrials as in the shoes made for older boys and men, and more wear-resistance, besides a dic tionary with every pair rom size lA up. H Little Miss Violet Xaylor lias been visiting Mary r.irhnni for several days. Try a sack of 101 Highest Grado Patent Flour. Cbbo & Son. Phone Xo. 183. A dainty dessert Just after a quar rel Is Jacobs Candy all alio boxes. Harris. You Can Test Them for Yourself w i SHINGLES Cypress shingles atjl per thousand at mill. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. Chief Molvln says SHEEP should be dipped before being' shipped from this state. HICKMAN HARDWARE (INCORPORATED) lail'llllHaW I I 1 J John Cole and little son. of Mem phis, wero hero first of the week nice, left Tuesday for Union City to the guests of hi brother, Lush Cola. spend several days. Mrs. D. Parham and daughter. Her- A Hickman Lodje 761 jr. & A. M, .JUNE :9 Mrs. A. E. Kennedy returned Tues day from New York, after spending soveral weeks thcro. CUSTOM MADE BY Wertheimer-Swart- Chas. II. Scates returned to his home In Union City, after visiting his grandfather, B. Parham. Quality counts in Shingles get tho best by buying direct from our mill. Yates & Kirk Shlnglo Co. Beware of subsUtutcs sco that our Is on your plumbing und tinning Jobs. John Cotton. trade-mar- k Hickman Lodse No. 761, F. ft A. M. will meet la regular eeatauaka-tlonext Monday Bight at 7:10. Vis iting brothers cordially Invited. H. N. COWGILL, D. OWEN3. Secy. Work in V. 0. degree. Work la M. M. degrca. Telephone SOICI TIL1PHONE MONTHLY D CO, Mtr. litfKH mail t i4.Mii. rc U o - s Shoe Co. 4: Boaz In Toll Again 3 Andersen, W. C.... ST. LOUIS, u. s. A. TONGUE four-year-ol- d BIT OFF. The baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Benton, residing near Brownsville, fell from a box Monday, while playing, and bit his tongue almost off; the lower Up also had a hole cut through it largp enough for the child to run his thumb through. Ho was brought to this city for medical attention, and Drs. Hubbard and Dlackford took several stitches in tho lacerated inembors. 0 Suite's Excellence Is the name of our new, high grade flour, guaranteed to be tho best In Hickman. Your money back If not satisfied. Betters-wort- h & Prather. O D. W. nrjant. a Ulble student of Kiinberlaln Heights, Tenn., has been U tlan Church until next September. services at tne usual nours potn sun- day morning and evening. Misses Jolly, of Martin, and Moore, of Union City, are expected hero t- 'Girls will bo Betsy's Pointers day to visit Miss Nnnnlu Methouy. girls nnd lots f old women try to bo. Molly says she and 1 retain our youth Is Mrs. S. IX Smith, of St. Sho good natured. , thguest of bar brother-in-law0. C. because we're sorao of my friends. means that for Smith, and other Hickman friends. The real truth of how I keep young Drew Luten, who is attending medi Is because I trade with Ellison Bros." cal college at Baltimore, Md., returnBetsy has special reference to tho ed home Tuesday to spend Ills vaca three thing which do more to keep tion. one good natured than anything else. Mrs. G. N. Helm and Mk Annlo and nil these sho finds with us. Sharron left Tuesday for St. LouIb Good Coffee, Good Flour, Fresh Meats to attend the Lewis Publishing Company's Ladles' Convention at Unlvor- - Boca Coffee. slty City. Always the samo flno aroma. Put up In - lb. cans at W. T. Laslle, of Tuskegeq, Ala., 25 cents the pound. one of tho crack shots of tho South, will bo hero to nttend tho big shoot Good Flour! noxt wleek, nnd will bo tho guest of Belle of Ava. H. N. Cowgtll. When you're disappointed In your M1S3 Mabel Goad, of Scottsvtlle, Ky flour nnd want bread Hint's white and Mlsa Llnnie Threlkeld, of Woodland molt In Mills, Mrs. Martin Schmidt and son, light, biscuits that aluioat your mouth, send to us for a Ilaymond, of Union City, were guests of Carl Schmidt and wife Tuesdny. Sack of Belle of Ava It's Always Good WARNING: Tho party who camo to my place Thursday, May 17th, and And Always the Same. took a loud of corn Is known to mo, Freth Meatsl nnd If not settled for at once, will be Always Tender. prosectuod. S. K. Barnes, UFD 5. lp We pay more for our meats so as Tho Baptist congregation at Poplar you haven't tried Grovo had a large attendance at thlr to get tbo best. If us yet siipik8 you send down for a servievs, conducted by Jluv. H. Wll Iamb Hams, of Clinton, last Sunday About tender. Juicy steak or a nice COO people wero thero to parlako of roast. the basket dlnnor. Ellison Brothers. 3 BaIIqw, ft. B H . W. T & 4 BsJIow. A. L. (Dutch).... .'lMttiMW. 0. negro of 3 4 Tine Boax, a well known .. Ballow, J. W. the city was placed under arrest Tugs 6- -l4 IUUew, W. C .Ilea. 7 inMKt) livery day morning by Deputy Sheriff Bond 13 rw - KtsHKerrls re Hi Bentbol, W. D Sullivan on an old capias for an un- 03 IUIUcr groc Dodds D. 0. Co. More L) (.j Hi, ... paid fine, Issued from circuit court. 38 Betters werta ft Prataer .... Store Bnaz was fined HO and costs on tho Storu 412 Brown, C. M.,:. ......... . , .ri) ( :rtjPUBdla charge of cutting another negro seven "I Uondurant, C. T res .res :t years ugo. He bad paid 130 on tbo ISO Blackford & Hubbard. Drs. .office Iui" JfS, fine at the tlmo which left a bal41- res N ance due, Including costs, of 132.90. 41 3 Coffey, Mrs. M, J rc n Falling to come nrross wlh tho 19 Cotton ..Shop Adams Offlcu 8 he wns lodged In Jail Tuesday. 29 Curlla, V. D Dr. lies. T. II ... Brownrvlllo Myfleld Messenger. 32 Creed, John. ix res a. Hcarr ThU negro spent tho pant winter 33 City Mayor's Office Lillet, M. A Ich r-Collins, O. L and spring lu Jail at Hickman charg- 323 res v1 fsw'sj. :, J. ed wltt being Implicated In the Bugg 132 Dodds Co.. J. V. ft S. L... Office murder, but came clear last month. res A 36 Dodds Co.. J. F. & 8. L. Gin res 452 Dodds & Canllllon lake reil. 2StwtMTfjM. O County Jail 34 Dodds, W. A. Office $100 REWARD $100. i7iHbr rooiitb. 'SBtl rarh wiiboul vaSBWoaiinuN iSBa D... Bellow of nolle If not jl' Farm cafo res res Si I'flr jttJJM. Lgg. ls)S5w. 1C almoli ve The perfect toilet N. soap made trom ralm and Olive James B. McCrcnry has announced that, while not a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor, ho will ucvept lu caso his party so honors him. At tho same tlmo be pledged his HUpport to the choice of tho nominating convention. ono of Fulton's oldest und most highly re spected rosldunts, died Tuebday of lust week. Sho was tho mother of Itaymond Pascbalt, formerly u Fulton newspaper man, now living in Memphis. 'Sho also leaves two daughters. Mrs. Ada I'anclmll, nged TA, well-know- n , Hickman Drug Co Hickman Furniture Co Take Hull's Family Pills for conU-natioHickman Ice ft Coal Co, ...office Hickman Hardware Co Store O res 433 Harding, H. 11 Mrs. J. C. Sexton nnd Mrs, W. C. 150 Hubbard ft Blackford, Dr..orice res Bpeor left Sunday night for Hturgojn 20 Hubbard, Dr. J. M offlc Mo., to visit relatives. They wero 67 Hickman Wagon Co Judge B. T. Davis was In Cairo this accompanied home by tho former's CO lllckmun Joint Slock Co....gro week, the guest of his brother, Dr. sister, Miss Hazel Miller, who has 63 Hickman Bunk 3G lllckmun Job Shop been visiting her. Heury A. Davis 40 Hickman Bottling Works 32- -2 Vj Harper. W. J res Ohio Sold by all druggists, 76c. 9 Tho readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn lha tburu Is at least one dreadrd disease that sclenco ban been able to cure In all Its stages, nnd Uiat Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cuic Is tne only posltivo euro now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh belnc a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acUng directly upon tbo blood and mucous .tiirfnccs of tho system, thereby destroying the foundation of tho disease, and giving thu patient strength by building up tho constitution and assisting naturo lu doing Its own work. Tho proprietors have so much fa'th In tho curative powers that they offer Ono Hundred Dollar for any case that It falls to euro. Solid for Hbt of testimonials, Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., To-l-.'J- Davis. 33 Dodds, 8.A.L W 85 39 Davis, B, T s Mgr Dillon, Tom, Sr.. Woodberry. ...... ....office lies. tUl'etlHwTft Carpenter rc 3t res iqfe tt. raitwn, 4. PoHMkT i- toru rt' C. S Eugene res res Store livery 133 23 17 24 Edward, W. A.... re. lleliSfl p4atC lies. res Store res Storu uutf- - Fulton County Court Farmers Gin ft 'Grain Co..olflce Farmers & Merchants Bnuk .. Graves, C, Gray, U. L.. George, Chan Vi UM,'GC . 5ti.t JftlLesate. 4. , tWaiM, J. C 7ialtaTjAinberg . 4- - R- - IL 1 i 432 88- , re shop -1 ! Vi 4 -2 Gray, It. L res r. ji'uif Kivls 2ilbifriW. t.StfftfSA SfewF W. T. Co . 21 Hickman Courier 12 Hickman Packing Co 10 Helm ft Ellison 20 48 11 .... Ntwi Dept. Office laefajExpresi aliQmere. Store Store O Office livery ,re s Ilc"- - J, m:iwiwead,OUs A id, lend, James L. 11 C. A.,. 1, Mrs. Allco i h '"' ruS 1, . I: ,... ...grocery Hotel res C, Walnut 1, Sam... .. ..ros res res mis, Artie. lams, Elvis 1 oils. For delicate, beauti- WHEAT WANTED We are in the market for all kinds of Grain, Hay and, pecially Wheat. es- FREE CONNECTION IS GIVE THE FOLLOWInJ Dukedom, inges: 3, IBSCRIBERS WITH Tsnn. ful complexions. Tenn, Latham, Tenn, Cayce Ky. For every member of the family; and Ky. For every toilet use. Palmolive Helm & Ellison lOc Following 'hugood work on the part of tho Board of Health making the citizens put all outhouses in a sanl tury condition, wouldn't It bo a good move for tho city dads to Inaugurate People campaign? u who haven't enough chic prldo to kii.tii Ihftlr uromlttte looklUK defitnt ouxht to bo "touched, up" Just a'llMW. weed-cutting Meal, on reasonable terms. Orders kinds of Feed Stuff filled on short notice. DAHNKE-WALKE- R Bags s-- F'xxrliisli.edL Bran and for Flour, MILLING CO. all Bardwell, Ky. Crutchfleld, Ky. Water Valley, Ky. Mayfleld, Ky, Dublin, Ky, Spring, Tenn. thorough, Tenn. E nlon City, Tenn. FulQrum, Ky. Faney.Farm, Ky. Murray, Ky. Rallton, Tenn. Moicow, Ky,l Beelerton, Ky. Oakton, Ky. ' Columbus, Ky. Clinton, Ky. Jordan, Ky. Home I'lion Cumberland lua Hickman, Kentucky Hickman CeumrandCornmJ da yr for $1.25 .JrBBflMIBilJilllBMtW elephoni b5 tor Kiumoing ana iinwork- -J oar a-m- r a w i wmrv w 4 v ALL SORTS: Buy Ice Colon Books AND SAVE 13 ON YOUR l ER CENT BILL The weeds, tho woods. Do not bo milled: Save 5 on your On the Streets TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT W. C. Reed is Heard "Sure Cure" "I would like to guide suffering women to a sure cure for female troubles," writes Mrs. R. E. Mercer, of Frozen Camp, W. Va. "I have found no medicine equal to Cardul. I had suffered for about four years. Would have headache for a week at a time, until I would be nearly crazy. I took Cardul and now I never have the headache any more." spending a few days remember thJ In Nashvlllo. Snm Salmon has finished his new residence In Pond's Addition. MIm Mollln Ilourno spent Sunday Uniou.Clty with relatives. In tailor Schmidt. Case & Son make prompt deliver Ics. Phono 183. It. S. Speed Is building a resldenco In the Hand Addition. M. 11. 8hnw left Saturday afternoon on tho Stacker Leo for St. Louis. Mrs. II. T. Davis and son, King, aro at Dawson Springs for n few days. . No ice will be charged. T; lnvers will cither col- lect ensh or coupons. M expect them to credit t ..1 you, for they will he chars Willi each dook, nna they take out for de- will have to nccount for thi 1 1 1 Grocery Bil- lSAVES YOU 5 PER CENT. YOU KEEP YOUR OW Telephone 183 for your wants In tho grocery line. Caso & Son. Miss Iva Adams returned last wcok from a vls.lt to relatives In Pardwcll. livery. This rule will not appN soda fountains, er shops, fish docks and ot llifir nrmunta will be on fiF our oltice. butch-larg- e users of ice, as If you want to buy a farm or town Our coupon system Is being heartiby everyone. This Tbo best flour in Hickman Ilulte's ly endorsed the Increase In our bustIs property, call at tho Courier office. evident from Excellence at Bettcrsworth & Pra- - ness. And whyf Because It Mrs. N. K. Washington, of Jacktbor's. son, Miss., Is visiting Mrs. It. L. Gray Did you know wo could make that ACCT. old suit look like new. Schmidt the tn Taka CARDUI John W. Crow died at bis homo at Onkton, last Wednesday, of consump tion. Don't bo bothered with a misfit when you can got a flL Schmidt, tho Tailor. V. II. llryflii, of tho Mengel Dox Co., Louisville, Is hero this week with Ibis office Th Woman's Tonfe The pains from which many women suffer every month art unnecessary. It's not safe to trust to strong drugs, right at the time of the pains. Better to take Cardul for a while, before and after, to strengthen the system and cure the cause. This is the sensible, the scientific, the right way. Try it Hickman lce sr. Coal Co. I v. xxxjXjoI Mnitns;oi'. PAY OULY FOR WHAT YOU Tailor. GET. Ilcgular services at tho Presbytir-la- n MAKES YOU MORE ECONOMI-CAL- . Church next Sunday morning and evening. GIVES THE CASH CUSTOMER MORE FOR HIS MONEY. SAVES US SALARY. A If your groceries have not proven entirely satisfactory try trading with BOOKKEEPER'S C. H. Moore. , Business licit Mrs. O. A. Townscnd'a sister and nelcc, Miss Anna Howies and Miss bough ho has a bad case of Attorneys Cornelia Wilson, of Louisville, are lie Is ablo to bo up nnd visiting her. Drug Conipauy Officii over Hickman gain. His former bondsmen wore Hickman, Ky. sspca anu no uoius a puysicinn s Miss Dettlu Louise and Dudley Curliflcato showing that ho Is not nbl lln aro visiting their grandparents, . SETTERSWORTH 4. PRATHER ml the confinement of Jail, con- - Mr. and Mrs. Soth Curlln, lu Union Groceries slnllv thero was nothlnir to do City, tills week. City Delivery; both phones No. 18, ifltirn lilm loose and ho Is now at "UvH of KvcijllJug" Albert Jamison and Lewis "Crol, ;y. According to tho Judge'H or- ho county must still taka caro cfl both negroes, were given a small fine COURIER REALTY COMPANY rson without having any string In Judge Nnylor's court Saturday for peace. Phone No. 21 in. This is a case Just a llttlo breach of tho if the ordinary. Advices from West Tonneaseo are you anWill noil that placo and get King Gcorgo wants something modto tho effect that tho strawberry other. No business, no pay. o ern In the way of an oath. Wo both it would do no good to suggest crop was a record-breake- r in quality and prices realized. About Uiat he wrltu to Undo Joo Cannon. rwnnnvnu ww. llwrmm Funeral Director and Embalmere. Column Our good friend, It. M. Mctheny. a half million dollars was brought in to Humboldt alono this season from Phone 20, night or day. fKH One Out per Word pjr Week has our thanks for substantial favors. U10 berry crop. Will Fulton county Hickman, Ivy. unan in Auvnnce. Ho is one of tbo most handsome and farmers ever "take a tumble ?" 1 IiiIiiIiiIiiLiL-' '" rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrT'TT' accomplished ' gentlemen of our ac DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. lESSMAKINO: Mrs. Eula Sal- - quaintance. Dentist inext to 1 nCledo Hotel. Olncy Johnson, tho son Davidson's old stand. Phono No. ! of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Johnson, fell Hickman, Ky. 'It SALE: Sweet Potato Slips lnds. II. L. Curlln. Woodland on a concrete walk Monday while skating on roller skates and broko & CRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP Tenn. his arm between tho wrist and olbow. (Hunzikers Old Stand) In SALE; White Plymouth Ilock Hob Isler was hero from Florida Lowest prices tor horseshoeing, ecjfor setting. Mrs. A. K. McCon- Wood and Iron Work. last week visiting homo folkB and Hickman. Iloute 3. 33tfc. Hickman friends. Hob has a good House, and lot In position with tho Southern Express ALU: lit HICKMAN HARNESS CO. V . Hickman, good location, lot Is Co., und Is well pleased with his new A. J. Wright, Manager. C 10 C in. Cheap for cash. House location. Makers and Dealers In Harness. b ilx rooms In good repair, practl-- c Itepalr Work a Specialty. Tho friends of this paper will now. $1000 buys this place It please turn us In nuws Items when y talk quick. Seo O. D. Mooney. they are fresh. Wo prefer not to Dub CLAY & CALDWELL. j llsh n birth after tho child Is weaned, Blacksmith s. rsday evening Miss Julia Jacksoj a marrlnge nftor tho honeymoon Is e tallied a number, of friends at over, or tho deuth of u man after Ulacksuiltblug and Woodwork, I! : at tbo home of her sister, Mrs. his widow is married again. llorso Shooing a specialty. .. t I I - vanuj.. i o oiumuuud. Oleums were Mrs. M. E. Powell, for many years B.fed duiWg the games. Strnwbeny, O, cm and angel rood were relished a resident or this city, writes us from T guests were Mcsdames T. A. Itlslng Kawn, Ga as follows: "I en o I. tord, W. F. Montgomery, 11. F. close check for renewal of my pa o A. M. TYLER Ci y, U P. Ellison. C. G. Schlenker, per. Am glad to seo you aro still o Attorney at Law I am o li fiichanuu, M. Amborg, Clifford Ad-- a boosting tho old town." Mrs, Powell now located at Padu. LET US SERV5 ; S. M. Hubbard and Misses An-- will conio back to this good town o cah, but will continue to pracsomo of these days, und wo shall bo Mont-- g nd Frank Efflnger, Lou 0 tice In the courts of Fulton you here, at the shop of dis;ry, Laura and Marino llrown. glad to have, her among us again . o county and will be In Hickman tinctive dress. You will find u Orovard, Ltzxlo Amberg, Molllb 0 every 2nd and 4th Monday. Dr. J. O. Stubbs is engaged this c I' 310, Frankyo Held und Miss Heck-- week In fitting up his dental parlors .the necessaries for a weeki o in tho LaCledo building, and will have end "loaf. " or just a "take-it-easvT. Dlllou, W. C. Johnson nnd C. elegant apartments when ho nuts 011 town ramble. (. jchlenker spent a few days this tho finishing touches, Doc showed 801110 people bavo uu Ideu that In his appreciation of a good town by For the "Upper Set', order to bo somebody, they must vk hunting and fishing at tho Lake J returning to his old field of practice, dress bwoII, and do nothing. This Is and his many friends will bo delightFlannel and fancy serge Anna Outten has been a mistaken Idea, In fact It la Just iss days at Dawson Springs, ed to learn that the gonial smllo trousers, decidedly anH ffoc-edl- y wbu,t wakes nobodys. which wreaths his physiognomy is a different. Mink Von Hordes and family huvu permanent Hickman Instltutlo. Of course prices for plumbing and i,ld In tho Johu Pollock residence Hand-tailoreUnulng will come down now, but you d and cut on It is to bo regretted that the Leo 1 will bavo to get my prices to see Just lto's excellence and Autumn Lino Pout Co., takes so llttlo Intercustom lines. Waist-fittinhow low they go. John Cotton. est lu tho appearuueo of tholr proper, best flour made Travis. ty in this city. From most any point with graceful hip shapeliness of view, they owe It to the town to and generous knee fulness. glvo us a hotter deal. Their old trap Two-inc- h turn-upwhich of a warehouso which they uso is prominent to a painful degree, being lets your ankles enjoy the Do you know a remedy for con and colds nearly seventy seen by all ilver passengers. If tho breezes. years old? There is one Aye Cherry Pectoral. Once Leo people aro uot ashamed of it the citizens of Hickman are, and to in the family, it stays. It is n a doctor, does not take somotblug ought to bo done to get the place of a doctor. It is doctor's aid. Made for rid of 1L Tho. fHct is, there aro suv. And all other the treatment of all ih rnnf id lung troubles. Ask oral mouths each year that tt cannot lyour own doctor his opinion it. Follow his advice. be used, It is not convenient to tbo things to wear. local trade, and, lastly, it la a rotniLuiiui in wis couiin meui C. J. C. A tier Co.. Lowell. Mais. ten looking old thack. We bellovu ou cannot recover promptly if your bowels .inJiithiateU Ayer' Pill are gently lax- - It tho matter is put before Capt. Lee -- ...,vuuvvijruiiiuc uvcr. aoiu 101 nearly il jyear. Ak your doctor all about them. or Mr, Uourne, It will bo looked after McMURRY & W Patterson, who shot mid kill- Copt-lnnIn Iho lower hot- -- ASK FOR RATES- a year or two ago, has been set ijlnaty without bond or trial. Ho WOOOLAWN DAIRY. surrendered In court last nioijjfr A. H. Lett, Prop. sick bed and Judgo Poland or- that his trial bo postponed and of Milk and Uutter delivered. Home Phone No. 27. he be given medical and other at m at tbo oxpepso of tho coun- VIII Directory PATTERSON AT LIBERTY. Prof. H. K. Onbby nnd family will leave In a Bhoft tlmo for May's Lick, Ky., to spend tho summer. Mrs. W. A. Johns and cbifdren, of Corinth, Miss., are visiting her sis ters, Misses Jessie nnd Anna Outten. Clifford Adams and wife and II. N. Cowglll and wlfo spent Wednesday ENABLES US TO LESS MONEY. Ross Cheshire, of Nanlivjlle, was 8ELL FOR hero a few days last week, the guest of Miss Mabel Wilson. -- NO BAD ACCOUNTS TO BE Mrs. J. W. Brown nnd baby, of CHARGED TO PAYING CUSJoplln, Mo., Joined her husband hero TOMER. tl and Thursday of last week at the Lake. FLAT i Hickman Grocery Co., Mrs. Susan Brown and Mrs. Pearl Moss, of Union City, are visiting at WE CARRY THE BEST LINE OF GROCERIES AND FRE8H the home of Val Carpenter. t MEATS IN HICKMAN. Misses Este'lle Jteneau and Bonnlo AND AGAIN SAVES YOU S Carpenter attended the street fair in PER CENT. Union City ono evening last week. TRY IT ONE MONTH. Mrs. Georgo Jones, of Fulton. Is the guest of her daughters, Mrs. Carl Schmidt and Mrs. Clarence Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lawrence, of near LaCenter, Ky., are visiting Mrs. A. E. Wheeler and Mrs. G. W. Whlp-Plo. YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR GRO. CERY BILL IS EVERY DAY. the latter part of last week. We are Agents for the OLDEST Insurance Companies in Hickman They are companies that have been here longer than any ota-eIs your property insured? It is too late when the alarm sounds to think of a policy. r. sup-pos- County Attorney J. W. Iloney, wlfo and children aro visiting T. M. Iloney nnd family, at McKcnzle, Tenn., this week. Miss Ilubye Fleming returned al months. Mrs. J. W. Bland will return today from Unlontown, Ky.. where she has been visiting her son, W. C. Bland, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith, of Ky., aro visiting thepr daughter, Mrs. A. E. Wheeler, and sister, Mrs. G. W. Whipple. Sat- Do it NOW R. T. TYLER, Agent irier Want - urday" from Bowling Green, where she has been attending school for sever- 1LA Z AT & Parhim's J. A. Moore, wife and children ar- Z Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon - rived hero Saturday from Ilayville, La., to visit his parents, Mr. and Irs. Gus Moore, for a few days. Westway and Mrs. Louisa sister of II. Buchanan, who have been hero for some tlmo visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Buchanan, left last woek for their homo In Jersey City, Mrs. Moore, X. Best Work Lowest Prices J. y, -- C? oooooooooooo ilai old DeBow and Frank Smith returned from Lebanon, Tenn., Thurs-duwhere they havo been in school tho past 3 ear. Mr; Denow stopped off at Martin to attend tho wedding of .:is Alberta Martin. Over Illness Power Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails to have the desired effect. The prescription may have been good, but the ingredients dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair show by taking his prescriptions to a druggist who makes a point of dispensing only pure drugs of right potentcy drugs that have the power to overcome illness. Tested drugs only are used here, and skilled pharmacists do the compounding. You should have the best procurable when combating sickness. b Ben Norrcn and some stranger hnd a llttlo "bout" on tho Bees Leo Saturday night. The stranger was fined about J25 for carrying a gun and Ben handed Judgo Hcmley a smaller amount for his part of tho fun. Ed Motheny, of Union City, has laKen w. L. Garrett's place as meat oooooooooooo n y" ! uiusier in me nicKinan Grocery. Mr, Garrett and family will roturn to Union City. Than ltogers Is also hack in his old placo In this store. Miss Oraco neovos, of Chaffee, Mo., Uft Saturday to visit her brother, Chas. Barnes, a fow days In Wick' llfo, uftor a two weeks' visit to Mis es Marino and Iiura Brown, and oth relatives and friends. She was accompanied to Wlckllffo by tho Misses llrown, who returned Sunday evening g, Cowcjill's Drug Store (Incorporated) For Coughs -fTake This s, SI $6 summery Bradley & Parham A horse nnd buggy was found FriMARRIAGE LICENSE. day morning by Allen Davis near his homo south of town, without a driver. The followlug weru grunted It ousu Investigation proved that the outfit to marry in Obion county last week. belonged to a man ut Union City. It It. h. Tharp and Laura Foster. Is supposed that t certain man at Van Kvuus and Itaymel Owons. thatjiluco, who was wn ed by tho poII. C. Speight and Dolllu Doiiuey. lice, got "next" and "used tho rig in Klsey V. Howell and Uesslo Wllley. making tho Initial start on his getSamuel T. Hancock and lluth away. At least, tho man dlsappcred about the tlmo tho buggy was found It. II. missing. Deputy Sheriff Goalder had ningham.Johnson and Mrs. Lucy Cun$gt tbo horso and buggy returned to tho owner. Try It Ilka It REO. Mc-lic- e. I r Chat en Interesting Topics of Many Kinds, by a Recognized Authority THE REAL WRENCH. Mtr Launh B..L. Carl Asks Senators for Day's Income statement that tbdr Income for 24 hours would never be needed,' but would bo amply sufficient for tho additional education necessary to wake her a tencher. Tho hopo wJs expressed that early attention will be gltcn her letter and that there will be no objection to complying with her wishes. Hut. alas, for the llttlo daughter ot the old commonwealth! No millionaire senator will ever sco her neatly written, grammatically arraiigod and utterly frank letter. It was opened by a busy nnd unsentimental secretary, tossed Into the "files of tho senate," nnd only dust and darkness and disappointment will ever know Its contents. An Tea Party, This party was given by tho dearest ot I don't llko to say old ladles; guess I had better say tho hostess was over soventy years young. She lived In a hoUso wo all loved tor Its traditions, for tta stately old mahogany: for ItR beautiful willow ware, nnd. beat of nil, for the charming gentlewoman who presided over Its domain with nn air and grno that are simply Indescribable. Shu had enter-tatnethe mothers of tho young plrls whom sho was entertaining on this day with tho samo old rhlna, the srtme dellclously browml tea nnd the mtno brown, crusty spongn enho of a velvety texture. Sho nlwnyn made It a practise, to ente rtnln tho 'girls once a year. "Just to keep In tourh." sho She read this poem of the said. Every onco In a while members of legend of tho "willow" wnr In recongress get mighty funny letters. sponse to any Inquiry regarding her Representative driest ot Pennsylvania plates. I give it entire, knowing full got one tho other day, which Is unique well how mnny readers will welcome In epistolary correspondence. Ills conIt nnd to how many tt will bring back stituency has, for ono branch ot It, a happy childhood memories, for many lot of Mcnnonltes, and they are prac- of us had grandmothers who used tically against all demonstration of af- "willow" plntes nnd some told the fection. stories woven thereon: Ono sentence In tho letter rend. Tor On Kranilma'ft tabtei Is waltlnc fnr mt God's sake, fight this everlasting kissA plate with tfnser bread piled nnd rtram. ing. Put a Ktop to the dirty, filthy, Ilrenil and milk, ami And the. mu market). "For a (mod sloppy habit," and the writer goes on child." to Btatc that ho thinks tho habit of And 1 rut my nuppr and wonrter where, promiscuous kissing prevalent among That wonderful land mny tha iky I white ant ttie earth I both ttnen and women should have an blue. end put to It. Tit on my plat I see,- - t Representative Grlcst declares that "flrnnJmn, you knnw rnst 'everytMn"-Te- ll the kissers need not fear him. me the etnry of Hnlli, V'KV' L. IPSj mm. pts LUIJ.-r-.lUf- SJSR'? JiefcSS "ft . tZt ?imonrt nn' lr Ilk,' ap t; 4 Touching a il!,M s artr-- tnn; n' T"1'' "Ynu j ft . irl& ?e!f " millionaires Tho WASHINGTON havo been pleadingly requested by a young country girl of Virginia to donate, their aggregated lricome for 24 hours In order that aho may bo enabled to acquire such an education as will qunllfy her fcr the Slio profession of teaching school. feels that this would not in tho lenst Impoverish them, whllo It would cn rich hor beyond hopa'a desire. The ambitious girl who has made this unusual appeal resides at Volni-y- , Va. Sbo rescrlbes herself ns belcg fifteen years old and earnestly seeking to better her condition and some means by which slio can pto-vld- o become Hor is entirely frank and fear-les- s and tho writer is apparently eon vlnced that a favorablo reply will como along at no distant date. Tht llttlo Virginia lass simply addressed her letter: "The Cenata Messrs.." an thon branches right out with her request, merely prefacing it with tho announcement that she understands the senate is. chiefly composed of millionaires, who would cerer miss the trifling nsslstonce sho requires. And then comes the direct , Champ Clark's Boyhood Dream Is True ID RUTHER) BE A LWVYcn I. v " w ,r Fast I EASIER, T so that tho speaker retorted with more or less ferocity, Clark gave his hearers a glimpse of his own boyhood. "When I was a lad, hoeing corn In Kentucky) I made up my mind to be a lawyer and to "como to this 'congress," he said. "I had never even seen a courthouse. I hod no Idea what congress was like, .But I made good on both propositions. I llko the place. If the salary were cut to 5,000 n year I would still want to be here. If It were cut to $3,000 a year I would till want to bere. If It wero cut to nothing I would still want to be here, provided I had a sufficient bank account" And It Is said that the ban!: account of the man who, as a boy, hoed Kentucky corn, Is just about big in ;enougn to enable, blmHto,.lndulge the luxury of sitting in an unsalaried congress. According to one of the Washington Clark WHEN speech which 'riled" Champ was making Cannon, Congressman Spits; Misses a Thriller hair-raisin- g KSFTNOTHIM EZEKIEL REPRESENTATIVE of Mississippi U one ot the most retiring and unobtrusive members of tho lower house of the national legislature. Representative Candler Is more generally known as "Tomblgbee" Candler because once mora than a year ago, ho begged the house not to forgot that majestic stream, tho Tomblgbee river of Mississippi In Its river and harbor appropriation bill. Mr. Candler, according to the congressional directory, was for nine years moderator of the Tishomingo Baptist association ot Mississippi. Therefore, since his appearance In tho halls of congress In 1901 Mr. Candler has eschewed the theater. That form ot amusement was against the tenets of his faith, Mr. Candler, however. Is an exponent of the under-canva-s drama. Ho likes tho circus. Recently the death-defyin- soul- - publications Senator and "Mrs. Theo! generally mld. hut this, hi'Mur. ' dore Hurton" wero among thoie In- How doe the boat m wltnout'anr aaltf Tell me the stor). srnndmaj fla." vited to a recent social function at tho capltot. Bn aho Mil tho Irsmd. rrnturtta old. In tho course of duty a reporter Of the mandnrtn. rich In land and iroM. (air. apd Chnng I ho good. solicitously re- (H asked Senator Burton Who lovrd rath ai lovrra garding the costume that Mrs. Hurton Iow thy hid In other canlvner'a thoultl. hut a the was wearing at the function, Intending whllf. Then flew a war to ttvs beautiful lute: that Its description should be added Thourh the cruol fattier punurd them to the others In the general list. thr. years And would hare killed tli happr pair. Senator Hurton Is fifty-ninold, and during a varied political ca- Hut kindly power, hy pity atlrml Chanted each Into a beautiful bird. reer has figured frequently In Washington dispatches as a congressman, Otandma puts her spertarlea on. And ihowi m on the plate as a unntor and in other prominent The mnndarin's hou. the. laland home. roles. The hoat, tho brldxe. the Kate: "What did Mrs. Hurton wear at the Hero la the orange re where they tatfce- dfunction?" asked the society reporter. Itere they are running awar "Nothing." And over all at tho top to sew " stuttered the reporter. Tho mrae are mafclnc love alway. "I guess you do not gather me, senaAnd th tlttlfl flRuree aewrn to live tor. I mean, can you give me a det Htrnnrs ranclet nil mr henit scription ot the gown that Mrs. Sena- Till arandma tella me. much too aoen. tor Burton wore nt tho reception." It a time to KO to tied. of a blue "Nothing," again replied the senator nut I dream loversland all their nnd white. I the taka fllsht: from Ohio, and then before the re- Over the. arrhlnc brldira they eo- One of the lover bird fllea below. porter could again gasp his surprise, tho Mr. Hurton continued his remarks. Fromeogra little houae with the turned-u"Because there Is no Mrs. Senator Come tiny lords nnd ladle and paces: turns to n willow tree. Burton, and according to tho present And the to bo And at feelings of Mr. Senator Hurton of An auro last I aeem myself through laaste wanderingOhio 'there s not liable to bo any Mrs. queer Utile land or blue. Tiiai oeauurui Senator Burton. I.udovlcke, "Mr. Senator Burton is a bachelor A Novel Euchrt Party. and Intends to remain one." This pretty card party was conduct ed like a cotillion and was a great success. It was given for 40 guests stirring, ot the and the tables were scattered through demon air "Desperado" appeared with a cir- out tho largo rooms of a spacious country house. In the drat place each cus in Washington. table with "I roust see that fellow," said Mr. guest round her place at a Candler. "I want to have ray soul three others by means of souvenir stirred nnd my hair raised. I must name card. When all had arrived and wero behold that deed ot daring. I will go If It costs mo my Job In the next seated at the table the hostess was meeting of the Tishomingo Baptist as- very particular tq personally Introduce each partner, It .unacquainted, which sociation." mado evory ono feel moro comfortMr. Candler went to the circus. He able. Then tho bell rang and playing went to seo "Desperado" do his high began, four games were to bo played dlvo and for no other purpose, but un- and the losers were the ones to move fortunately ho happened to huwn going to a table for favors, those they some tobacco with him. gave to tho winners at tbo other "I am paying my money to see the tables, who wero taken to tho lablo high dlvij and nothing else", an- of the loser and thus they met an nounced tho Tomblgbee hero. entirely new sot of players. There Representative After tho show r Hughes of New Jersey met Mr. In tho lobby. "How did you llko tho show?" he, asked. "What did you think ot " "'Desperado' Is nil right," said Tomblgbee'. "Ho Is tbo best that over hap pened. I went there only to seo him J 1 sawnim cumu to the top of tho tont and then I turned around to spit and I heard a cheer and somebody near me said: 'Gracious heavens, ho done It Tla I camo away." IJ-Ce "Eh-wbat?p Can-dlo'Des-perado- Do tho lonf-Ulle- il tints, know" bow tp strut: i .' princess t!v In that ea.tle,.maIIT Did fnlrytalti The princess litlr In Suddenly a cry broke the stlllntss the place one single heart brrakb shriek; then silence; another cr TWl Why YWra TUad-O- at ml a1s lUva fio AreeUU.. more silence, then all silent but I a guttural murmur, which seemed CAHTER'S UTTLE. well up from bnr very soul. She h UVEK Flt-L-S A Pspsr Psrty, .. the plsce. She would lay another o wfl put yea ti(U AmmMCABTTIpM Trnth-i- for fun-.- . .IWIvw tbo la a lew Otf. wrapped In frlsged tlv tomorrow 1'rlnccton Tiger. IheyOa . paIlVER laaireWy. sue paper tied In a bag of tissue $100 Reward, $100. SSStf.LS- - I .SBBFara per. State fully that gUitg"'iro to Tto tM4ere Mfwe vet he aimed a If . The hat Umt. M .11 Ufa )m omM One tael trm Cast i. a. cossa.arraycd In paper ccyit leut tiaa. H-Wea .km te ewe a u IU nam ul um wonseaj" of course, will mnso easily currk. Htm Chlura Vat m u aWf M laasiiii, Migeitiea, mmi $i& eiaU. l.k and tho men ran do so with soae help eare ae kM, lm im tMlral tr.ier.ar.a mmm biM mu. mi. jauu dmc sua rua front' their feminine friend. Negligee UxhJ a wneawwil SHeun. tenim hi Uin tTMmni HUT taUirk (ire GENUINE n4 Le.r Kriiiurtt U 4 aue J tmtMT mat aemvr shirts of plilted paper., cuff and belt mt-unt ibe ereuea. tkener of lwwri lb Utter of what U known MrillM 9t h tmm mm etetM 1W l tae as leatherette. A prlw to'lra awarded etmia ef ktaum lie na. iwwim h4 I tmm tmt aaai IS. tmpnnmn a.l for the best costumo will a'dd sett to Ohawl tuia n rte renure som teat H ba HMre4se IMM lee U) cue re, aese tho occasion. There aro so many ni er mum.. teilmr articles ot paper that there may b Sum t eg breafwu. tie. TM UHI tmmuf rwe a favors for each one. When It comes to sotting the tablo paver even to Ptrtplrlng Vegetation, napkin 'ring mny be used. Tissue The eyes of a little Washlngi paper flowers, lanterns, fans and oilis wore attracted by the sparklef hnii by the Marvel of the Century, parasols all will add to the decora-tirmorning. "Mamma." t B, B. A hat making contest jew at early Tested for 30 Years. scheme. exclaimed: "it's hotter n I thought I. would bo Interesting. H.klar. PpllllBc, rout nreatk, dleckarcee was." at 1 ellow matter pensabeBtly cared llk pare UADAMK MRttttL Iagre4leatk Te prvte It e wUl SJtaak-a-t "What do you roeanr ea-- t yoa a "lAok bere, the grass Is all covtl SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE with perspiration." Haptlst Comn .CATAltJUl W NOT ONLY UAKOCttOt'S tho-goo- d s a delightful llttlo grove where a nic supper was served. H Is a bit old gamo of "Hare and like Hounds All children love a mysterious play; ttt, this kind and, H. Is not much trouble to prepare for. pic- Utoflfwltln finally brough u was no counting of scores simply tho best llireo hands winning out of pur,ui,r- - throwing tour. Thcro wero ten sets of favors, Aftor five sots of favors had been l". noutedt "There I'll used refreshment wero served, then ' Kssped tin ... in.i-v- -i. playing was resumed until nit the "T4r"T. dui it was cams my had been used. At the last and 1 ceuldH run any favors .Sihroke each loser brought an extra favor for self, her favored partnor and her All Tired Out which called forth much merriment ns Smith It's mighty bard to get they were Inrgo paper anck btown out nnd tied nt the top with various wlfo. S Jrou' and Hardup It's no trouble to get on UiSiJn safe, colored ribbons. Tboy wero to carry the favors homo In nnd thoy wore but It's hard to keep her. needed. It certainly was a very Jolly party and the Idea Is adaptable to follow this advice, MeVtMIM (.. n f I ill - mm nil card pnrtlos where the hostesi Quaker scotch uat is we oeii i desires something out of the ordinary. all foods; It Is alio the cheapest Whc ;J Strictly Accurate Tho favors may be as elaborate as such men as ITof. Usher of Yale Ur lawyer-s- o you say the defendant tbo purso will pormlt. tho ones nt the versify and SlrJaincsCrlchton Ilrown buW you against your win . party described consisted of bon bons . ot inuon spenu u wMes. No, r, ( mjj ho h In fancy boxes. Imported chocolate, ot tbelr lives In studylt. mo!aalnit tho door best salted nuts In dainty receptacles, pa- the great nucstlon of tho nourUhtt per aprons, nock ruffs of flowers, fans, and strengthening qualltle of dltft h&S'ltn'i&Z.tP'Z parasols, paper hats, pot cards, etc. cnt foods, It Is certain that their advlt Mu.t;. KrrYor ?. TJwT'ym ivlli Is absolutely safe to follow. i5K".rt"w,i" i!uM Fellow the Leader. :r. lulnedr'VVV I'rofesaor Hiber found In his e Try this for a Jolly out door amusement, it was, used nt ft party given pcrlments for testing the strength at Tfcy.oxrwri accountant who li called tmx In the country but It may be adapted enduranco of athletes that the m W'ance a set of books never play. At this party the raters wero exhausted long before tl to cvery-dahaving a .toady job. who were fed on such fool i hostess told the children to shut their MWF jmmr. The neiwers UMi.h Oil, eyes light until thoy heard a bell ft t eater we-- ' endurance of the ring, then they were to open their about eight time those of the me. eyes and follow closely the paper trail. caters. A basket had been filled with Sir James Crlcbton Ilrowno say- - ftasua men put on hotel airs on a paper, this was strewn In eat morn oatmeal, eat plenty of It ar, boftftltag bouse salary. , . ru efe circles, squares and moat Intricate cai li . irDiuruiij. Huy It in tan regular pacaage.or in nil mazes; sometimes It would apparently be entirely lost. At theso points Btctlcally sealed tins for hot climates. lymSmi ISiWo. TW t.f ,ru Umrtj UiwieeT there would be a banana, an orange, Those who are untrue to them.elvti A Dlroe. a stick of candy or something as a She laid the still white form beib are false to other. scrap of paper would rebelt, thon n afl,Ijka Vlea.l riftNN imtt-' tin MfJ i It veal the trail, which finally lead Into ."''7 r .re I XZ&XriZ W-at -- rt,, $ rlS n y non-mea- finely-clippe- ... ?J.V!rItd Your Liverup w Clogged m m ill UUUUlk M Si HIUU1H St. WS. mm 7 . 1J t-- it ir CATARRH Falth, Very distinctive aro the conventional designs on somo of the new lisle thread stockings. An cxqulslto chantllly scarf for evening wear has some ot the design outlined with gold thread. Chameleon Is the fitting name given to tho taffetas which aro so popular this spring, Side closings ot waists and coats are a pronounced feature, not only ot gowns but ot suits. Smart little coats of plain colors are worn with checked, striped or changeable voile or silk. liar pins for tho neck are to be worn a great deal, Iargor ones are seen aa tho season advances. Lingerie ribbons this season are wider than usual, so that when tied tho bow Is ot considerable slxu. two-tone- Roofing, per Bauaro Complete With t nd eroent (or iiackvd Inelde toll Our duck nrand it a rubner asphalt ronnne of .ptendld quality r bams, chicken houeea, cabins, elr nw let and beat on matketv We alu ha Oalranlioal llounnge. Tanks and Oerl SupfiUea. Iron Oct,, 'a (loo tin Kolka." St, M N M HU, Memp Send this ad with order. ll"t a f SVl tl eaHMS uleerallona, Jealh and ieeaf of el Iwnee. kill, aistltltsi, oflta nuxi and reaekee is general d.Mlllj, Wloer laaanltr. It ied.aiteaila .looce .'ee m4 II rw. . a aawa. hiumii (VC I li.lm li. It. It, rniM H.. MIH, ti.ll. ml et bt wkeMrjee'''?,"k- ata.i.aaM.e.r a. w4.aUra.iraaon raitl u Ike aerte. ir'iiKl etrLr 4.l"f if Itdgeon-Thorna- His Reason. "How did you como to leave wlfo In Paris?" wanted threo yards and a half or yards, and I got tired of walling." r iiih li.lm to-- '; ala.Oa. immnieMwaK""'"- itieeiKea. iyr iHkh t enure . "Sho couldn't decide whether ' Brutal t TnH's Pills (ThBr e".e ettta . e.tel.hi "If died, would you plno away "No, I'd sprnco up!" Clevsd I DIGESTION, tka"r j- 'V leader. IfKe. eta Attractive Window cooking a makes the kitchen tilnst unbearable and try tne range fire and dreaded task, put outbe a newest method of cckirig in hot weather-u- se Why Have Overheated Kitchehn summers range the coal Vhcn the sultry iys come and I JVew Tearct jolt K)U .A . Shelled Eggs Before Supreme Court mitted by this tlmo with chicks of their own at their sides. They made their way to thu 1 11 polity Egg company of fjt, Louis, Mo. n ther strutting around the barn-yar- the housewife is not rw What a contrast The kitchen no longeiand comfort, tifling hot, the work nbw done with out with the heat. si She saves lcr sxhK' iter health and Is better ahle ., v t 1. -- VQK-SIOV- C, to nummer. e . .tnea evervthlnl summer at hand, the Suprume WITH of tho United States was Mked a few days ago to adjudlcato a ' case involving CO cans of cgea. Nearly flvb mouths ago tho United States district court for (ho southern district of Illinois decided that the eggs wero not Just the Jhlng for human consumption and directed Its marshal "totally to Thu Supreme court destroy thorn. .ww; asked to pass. on Jurisdictional ' theauiAvcji " t lows, but the were not brought luto court, as the 'warshal may have performed hi. duty, . jftfbese egg caiiiu luto existence) Msgfaably some tlmo In tho eurly part fw1JW8 long cnoujra ago to" have per .; eg. the shells were stripped from and Plymouth Rocks uud Legwero as one in cans. wero preserved In borlo acid When they to Thomas & Clarke, bakers, at, I'corla, 111., In tho fall of 1900, tho government obtained an order tq seize them. The court held, that tho borlo acid was a deleterious Ingredient The egg coinpany asked, tho Supremo court to dispose of tho case at once, One of the reasons for thU request Is that this is tho Srst cub In the Supreme' court which tavolyeq tho question of tho Jurisdiction at a ftdorul court under thv national pury-foo- d law and tho extent to whlct) tho l&w applies to aa article of food tjtftur It has been, shipped Into u slat'', wero-shipped There them horns They fless 5 hurn,andtboflmoout. on Perfect to y&zrs stove hs C al r f ch mneys. Wcbt blue stove very Lssssls SI M C.ullo.ry Nett--- - .uie U VnU B.t that the Mails Htw I'arkctlea." Be name-elate k SiS iu 2n,"d ths' dean-- ) 3 burnerst StMmlni Oil Conipwiy f ss ef V. 1 CHILD MURDERER kRUESOME FINDS POINT ro FOUL MURDER. Old lady's sage advice KRMvitle Uiy Telk HewSJie TrkJ Advice ef Her Neigfcfeer m4 FIGHTERS IN THE MAJORITY na ma 11 nm nm . mz. mnnnn nann.nm Veteran Member or Congregation Was Tired ef Part He Had Been Playing. nepreaentatlvo Hnrry Maynard of virrlnlA tela tho story of how a re-IIrIous eW negro In his district put a slop 10 we exercise oi uiirmiian cuw itlclted for Net Making Thor leareh Wnen tin wu no- listing. Ezpericel Contains double the nutriment and none of the impurities so often found fresh or raw in so-call- ed miik. The use of IMfr In- sures pure, rich, wholesome, healthful milk that is superior in flavor and economical in cost. IMj't ErapnteJ HSc is the purest, freshest high grade milk, obtained from selected, carefully fed cows. It is pasteurized and then evaporat- ed (the water taken out), filled into bright, new tins, sterilized and sealed air tight until you need it. Use Libby's and tell your friends howgood it is. L&tr, kIMy f axfL DON'T u(mmWRL 1AY m mo.my mmmBiUtM' mi """aWfanSTllXOWN IVrfct IN YOCR OWN Many women who suffer with back pain, headaches ache, bearing-dowhnd nervousness do not know tba theso ailments are usually due to trouble with tho at the time the girl dlsap- - the strength. Try Cardul. kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills reInith has been Inept from Mrs. tai Indira Atrtmorr S. B. Writ Medlrtnr move tho cause Kcllner, mother of Alma, that Dept., Chattanooga for 8prr!al Co., Chattanooga, Trnn., laatrve nt -- p book, "HomtTrrat-mrand ly was hornuiy mutnniea wnon tlosa, (or Mrs. Josoph Wonri," Cross, Church St, Since Monday she has remain- - per, om reqarat. arnt In plain vtrap Morrllton, Ark., liln the seclusion of her room says: "For weeks border n.t collapse. Sho cannot THEY KNEW. I was bent doublo, land why the body was not to tho house or bow thcro by pain In my back bo any doubt nbobut the Idcn- and tho kidney seKcNeS I ion, Falling to receive n ready cretions we're profuse! My feet and regarding tbo latter, she ankles were badly swollen and I had can't you, tell by the scar on headaches and dizzy spells. Six docboT" tors treated rae without relief and I It a roar ago tho little girl cut finally began taking Doan's Kidney Pills. They cured me " fu by a fall from roller skates. , Remember the name Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a VWMEN MAY EAT BREAD Illo. The unraveling of the kcln of evidence confirming Knoxvllle, Tenn. "If you had well Iho theory that little Elinor was murdered la St. rae, before I began to take Cardul, yoi tatliollc Church, tfhero sho would not think I was tbo same per worship on Ducontlior 8 last, on," writes Mrs. Mamlo Towe, of 102 lil rapidly, but nothing tins W. Main St, this city. rd from tho inspected janitor, "Six doctors failed to ,do me good, t. my friends thought I would die. barred rlshl foot of tho child and ind Wednesday In a pile of I could hardly get out of bed or walk par tho furnaco in tho base- - a step. "At last an old lady advised ma to tho church nml near It wcro tut of tho refuse two women's take Cardul, and now I can go most chiefs, This makes n total of anywhere." klkorchlofa found In two days, The secret of lasting health U: of them boro blood stnlns. regularity. ilckllino with which the body If a clock docs not tick regularly rod when found was purchas- - and evenly, It Is out of order nnd soon las Icarnod Wednesday, at a wears out, or runs down. If all your only a fow block away. Ac- - functions are not regular and natural, to tho groccryninn tho order you will soon wear out, and get old I lime was telephoned In from and run down. All ailing women need Cardul. as a I'nurcn and mo narrci 01 !i's delivered there soon after gentle, refreshing tonic, and benefiespecially cial, curative medicine, and turned over to a peculiar ailments. Ens was It a fwli transaction, no adapted to their vegetable remedy, It la a reliable, a mail of It and It Is thcro-womanly Ills. liosnllilo to glvo the exact dato. for most all This Is the secret ot the wonderful ollco department Is being caus- of Cardul during the past 50 for Its alleged failure successIn tbo relief and cure of aliyears. oughly search tho vicinity of ments peculiar to women. Lllncr homo nnd St. Johns' It removes the cause and builds up i Great IatA preveaieit. eBgrcKation or wmcn ne was a member. It scorns that It was a practise In the church to excom municate for ono year any momner who had been guilty of a "blood fight" thai Is, any man who hnd attacked another with a pistol or a razor. At tho end of tho year, If tho of fender wished reinstatement, he could go to the "mourners' bench," rlso and declaro his repentance, and bo forgiven by tho congregation. This went on ltylnlhfi The original and genuine Syrup of Figs and Eltylr of At last a young for many years. darky who bad been In a particularly objcctlonablo broil appeared for reinstatement Tho pastor made an eloquent appeal to tho congregation and everybody began to shout and say 'Amen." It was at this point that the old negro aroso nnd said hotly: "Look hyah, pahson; eber sinco I been a morabuh of dls congergnshun, dar aln' been nothln' but flghtln' an' fubglvin' on' I been doing all do fuhglvln'. I'e tired of It!" That broko up tho meeting. Popu lar Magalno. WOMEN'S ILLS. known throughout the world as the best of family laxatives, for meri, women and children, always has. the full name of the California Fig 'L -nf ll t 13 for sale by all (P every package. It leading druggists everywhere, one size only, regular price 50 cents per bottle. The Imitations some times offered are of Inferior quality and do not give satisfaction; Senna, r- - flJ r- j therefore, should be declined. 1 Glorious Colorado No one can say he has seen the world until he has seen "Colorado." Write for the books that, picture and describe it aannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnV kent AWAV. box. Foster-Mllbur- n N. Y, d Flour Case Is Now on at Kan as City, Mo. A Jury was ob- and the oponlng statement by O. MCKtON. M1U. vernment was bogun In tho ton Kr'ColMlsmrl J flour case before Federal nilth McPherson hero. MOTHER GRAY'S en will probably be called SWEET POWDERS masticate bread mado from FOR CHILDREN. and unbleached flour In an AOMUhilUluirwirtTrrirkarM. . C'.a.llpplUa, .HtMIChh tJtC convince them whether tho M tho different processes changes lit y of the food. DOA I SCC.tl Hwnl mM rftKK. AiMim ,2 01 tho government experts la ) A. . OLMSTED. La RovTm. aftrsusiutat. tanna westing or Chicago, a eaA baker l h0 ?overn .MM.,.M.ucmpioy. she is paid lujoo a m mr rli. br Uc rM na UVt HOMS villa r,rf Im IfllMXk. tu.!tomt. linmHawiitumi KUnm JACKSON LOAN TRUST CO. Mir In sas City. Description of a Mountain. Electric block signals dining car metis and service "Best in the World" via the ' p . "Jimmy," said the teacher, "what Is a capeT" "A cape Is land cxtendlnglnto the water." "Correct Wllilam, define a gulf." "A guif Is w.ter extending Into the land." Christopher," to a small, "Good. boy, "what Is a mountain?" 'Christopher shot up from his seat so suddenly as to startle, tbo teacher, and promptly responded: "A mountain nvlMd extending Into tho air." enger-looklng sL IS Union Pacif ic "The Safe Road' Ask abeet or pewonaHy ooadacted tuart to YeSewsteae Natteaal Park aoxloug to show his knowledge. Jlgson When a man's young te's For full Information, tickets, etc., addrea daisy fly iauK.Tu;:c.tti?flc I All ISJSI ."miSiVS111? aiMitf Ml' fa.Oflll-- j I MlfwVfMMlWMS. ..Ital-JVAs. .7 J ot different kinds of flour. PAYS THE BILL? ' Jagson When he gets older W Just as anxious to conceal his Iter ance. BABY'S SCALP At the Funeral. "He has been not only a minister, CRUtTED "Our little davjhtotf when three months old.becac tn'lrtak ou ea the Ride to Save Life, but National head nnd wo had tffia best dnciors to treat her. btft thi-- Hd not do her any Bank May Be Needed. DEFIANCE CftUWitirSforch good. Tbey salt! ahe had texema. Her Life. the Bell Don't Feed Your Cotton Castlo, Ind. As the arced ot Dike laundry work a pleasure. IS ot. jik. Wo. scalp woo. a uolld scalo all oyer. The tomoblle creates a strung brcezo severe that Not Exactly What She Meant chins bo burnluvr w,'- - 't ius makes it possible tor her to she could not rest, day or night We bin very busy at the Teua,, When yoa caa buy land cheap ta Ateal cortoa, prodacag territery o. Marr Carncnter. tho t given up all hopes when we mothers' meetln' gettln' ready for the had nlo-Jfhcre aha boll weevil it abiolutely nwlmnwa k caaaet lire here. dtughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. O. C,arthe Cutlcura Remedies. Wo at sale of Work. The upper Brazos it aiagalarly adapted to cottoa syowias. Crop Berar l3v 18 bolnB ,ack nbout ,hu cl,yi read Soap: a s Ho Oh! I 'opes It will bo a success. k U weH ettahlidied that tbo staple of the,celtaa grown, hers M awavaaQy good -- a w jti and day In an automobile, and noes Rot a cake of Cutlcura the loBosr tbe tuple tke longer too price. She Y$s, I think so; ycr see the u," Tu.-U? ii probably all that has anved he? ,e We offer yoa choice laad froa oar holcaagi ef '673 aqaare saSet ef beat iicfiuivuuL, auu iui vicar la coin' to take most ot our it rvt.uir.wji ru, iron mna urns CAMiinga, i farsuag lascb ia Wot Texas at prices from $12 to $18 per acre one- - Mtb down, Iowed direlions carefully. After the clothes oft ot us. Tatler. ... balinca I, 2, 3, 4, 5 sad 6 yean, payatla oa or before Mturiry. Woaderrsl beg. lu ",, 'camprM.;an.:HkwMtf.r 'first doso.,of tho Cutlcura Resolvent couatrj bo cholera. General crops of all kiadt adapted ..to the coaatry tarns Important to Mothers m iiiea. iaii (praaiiattrullo Wrlle I oratra cuaranlrcd ,,QO,i utncis mm wose III vnf rnilmm Rnan frnolr nnd woaderfully. Fort use await aay taduatrioua farmer ta thU Bew country, to which Vrompl ,whn earn for tlin rlilhl Examine carefully ovcry bottle of applied tho Cutlcura Ointment Then CASTORIA, a Bate and sure remedy for Healthy eaaate. tbo Wichita Valley railroad tfat lately extended t Uses. paVc(1 8treeU of lUy cUy fti.tnrtsinliieM.eJMUsMAin, Abitude 2000 to 2500 feet. Not oa tha pUiaa. Cades aad hog wiM U Ksnja sho began to improve rapidly and In lntanttr ana emiajen, and see tba.it W ": " for year to come. K")1"' junta '"s ecale catno off PnUO Dears tho tho wwiin UfBrlE? x OUrlO pflted owln6 child, who --etiu Rcntfciy two weeks thehair began to grow. her Signature r In head nnd new to a" tton ,tt tho a very HAY. f RAIN. MILL FEED., SFFB f1IT . 9lUZa&tt&Z&M short tlmo she was well. Sho la r,, r. S 'V ' now sixteen years ot ago and a pic- In Uso For Over a( Years. rVwtCurn. UlifdCblckrn Fredi IMrltr Wlted .... -- i,, . ForfuHL In Dickeat, Keat, Crotby aad Cans Counties, Tex Tho Kind You Have Always Bought ture of health. 'Wo used tho Cutlrrrd.Wadc. Mlird Alfalfa for IIorieaK . vntti illiatrated oooUet, acUreat, and Mlfc Writ. ua. rJe.or and W.rLL RECtiilScffRATECHURCH cura Remedies about flvo weeks, regA letter should bear tbo stamp ot A. JONES, Manager, CHAS. kouM on 1. 0. aod Y. A M. V. It. 1U f tj ularly, and then wo could not tell she approval alee' a two-cestamp It It SPUR, OICKCNS CO., TCCAS. For S. M. SWCNSON 4 SONS. RO N. Front Street, Memphis, ' irder Is Proven had been affected by the disease. We Is to go by mail. Tenn. IjBe used no other treatments after yo Fir6pl3GI MifltfilSeiilBvlli.,. K).--- n m-ffound out what tho .Cutlcura Remedies es'tnbllshed would do for her. J. Fish and Ella M. ftf7nrt,AiA"ItKr tilR1IU, Anif' Kv,l?'tr wn murdered Flah, Mt Vernon, ICy.. Oct 12, 1909." m on i no d.Tni H. oJ ju s Churli, then no further :iW?,,,,i!5iJr;'0Vicos ran b Vfiold there until tb An Unusual Attribute. Of the pain which many woan experience with tyery u 'ecohy(.crntod. This rule It .t after taking salts or cathartta wJ tooth It make the cntlenet aad kiadnets alnay auoci-ate- d Little- Johnnie, who cannot prowaters did' you ever notice that with womanhood scera to be almott a miracle. nounce S, has been frightened Into woary all gone feeling the palms M.uiphijjfjcel vlrtlA cjl "Tho Rubrics" or keeping While ia general no woman rebel afainst what he re. out of tho attic by tales told of your hands sweat and rottea ti o, tue cMurch. In thU book tho gard a a natural nccciaity them is no woman who would by his uurso of a dreadful ghost that AIJ Cathartics tasto In your mouth 'n T"cn a becomes aot gladly be free froaa this recurriot period of pain. I lives in the dtm recesses under the only movo by sweating your bowels 1" ' """T B,ullu FmworHe PreMerlptlom mukeu And Ut. Dr. Pleixt'm " I Do a lot of hurt Try a CASCA-RE- T r eaves. The other day ho was overtln mad. Into..-- .. weak twomem mtromf mmd tick aromea and seo how much easier tha heard to say confidentially to a small ontof towaonl.ra. Carrelclr.nlnKlnallbrancHM. If'T we, aae? ilrem tktm tratilom trom palm, how much, better U.uipbUpbuuaCU. Ouub.pbui.(lB. job Is done JO 1 TRV OTHER TREATMENT friend: entablUhea raivlarHy, mmbduta Imtlamu you teoi. it h STEAM CARPET CLEANINQ C0.P MEMPHIS "We've got an old gho't up In our matlea, Meals ulctratlam mail earaa H and RUQ FACTORY CASCARSTS toe a bos for a wcefc'a y Ope ted on to Prevent Crime atUcl" malt weakaeia. treatment, all dninlita, Blcsat atllcr M and 440 Bl. St To which his friend, much Inter' MEMPHIS. TEN. ' Steals $50. Sick women are Invited to coatult Dr. Pierce by letter, la the world. Milfloo, boat a monta. ested, responded "Do ho butt?" trictly orivate and sacredlv All oorrcipoadence fnt. pled , O Toledo Burgeons Inter or Morphlo HbUTrtf4. Write without fear and, without tee to World's Diwestary Med. eenadential. ftl l 1 t'ie ruformatlon of youtbB by tra trial. Cams when attkaaf CUT THI8 OUT kal Association, R. V. I'ierce, M. D., Prciident, Buffalo, N. V. rtrasdic hav Ah o knife were compelled to ad- - And mall to tha A. It. Lewis Medicine Co.. d.ir). Crlv fart wntlar. want' a book that tell all about woman's diieaaea, aad how to cur If Mo., and it falliiio when It waa reported 6L.10Louli.treatment they will aend you free- them yoa home, aend 21 ooe-ceot NATURE'S IlttMHa day stamp to Dr. I'ierce' to pay coat of mailia at 1 II Agent, for It. M. F "3oV and Flande aitld Hurley, aged 19, who was DY (Nil tablet.) auarantred fer Kheu- y, and he will tend you a frtt copy ot hi f rent tbouiaad-eat- e iUuitrated matlam. Conitlpatlon. Sick Headache, Livao. alto bargains Ja tecond-hnKFIANCE STIIGN for atarchlag t ufttlunt In tUla country to bo Baeat lloeua. Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, can edition, la paper covers, er, Kidney and Illood Olimiaei. Sold by pressuro ou to relievo , 31 stamp. .McDonald Automobile Co.J ft'Aicd onIn tho hope aof correcting all UrUKgl.ta. Better than . I'lll. fer Liver Ja handsome . . T t. . . In Vmi Wrlla-fnil.- .v.. , . .... . J VM. .... BirttlT. W. N. U., MEMPHIS, NO. Avo- - MemphlB.Tenri 11 f Itoudurcles, had disappeared with Hearsay Evidence. The man who bets on the wrong (if iiia employers' money. DRINK Mrs. Frost Jlow'a your husband? horse la apt to have a raco prejudice. EI6LE CHAMPAGNE ClfJEtf Mrs.'Bnow The members of his Surplus for May. Mr. Window's Boothlnr Brnin. club Bay he Is looking splendid. Lue, Vof chllilrva Uwthlnii. ajfun. lb. ituuk rvjuce.la. y .'asbington, An excess of CROW UNfiER ALE receipt over ordinary No roan can love evil for evil's sake, Bold T.rwb.ra. UaonfutnrM b Toll, says tho proverb, la tho sire of iiusments were the resulta of the as he can love good for goodness' west-HIL- L CO. fame. Euripides. or upuriiiiuiia Wl N. Front Street, Wlemphla.Tonn.Lv jrhl!g0 ncurcs. ior mo monin not sake. Schiller. however, do MOVINB PICTURE TUFITF 'imuo iiiu uiauursomcms on account t' tho ranamit canal nor tho publlq Ahl 'i nn vhmbi .llm MtivuA. and tk. jcom JP" t rn hoafil irtnB Ki.,.? 1ILIU si?'". el. Muouv'swere mw AMnni uiaiiuiov May 13,907,984, a a7w;fulI,"'Bts for'Ineruase ovr lliriau fnr cob- ttSilHi j.un,Mi V ..a futlilnriihln tna month. May customs re- .honed a falling off. but those rovenuo were $20,000,000 " AMUM of Ihwi usly, grluly, srsy hairs. Uss LA GHKOLK" HAIR RUTORER. HRIOI, SI.OO, rstsU, t T8oro than at this time last yeah WHO hut an editor." "You don't sayl Then his chances of getting to heaven aro oven." "No, his chances of getting to heaven are not quite so good. He was an editor 'only a Bhort time not enough to make It an even thing." E. L. LOMAX, 3. P. A. Union Pacific R. R. Co. Omaha, Nebraska ' 5 t Wittil Memphis Directory She-rWo'- jVo .litftTaHifcaSttllft nnwk HOIIP ' FPOIUTQ1' - c-- ''KAB..AunIM,yrM.ur. i U."'J I . SPUR FARM LANDS rd v. y a When You Think Sticky Sweating Sfe!?M. Palms - Olft llir Ull n UiriS"rr .t f r 'Wi . Automobiles d OPIUM 4C- nt cloth-bindl- "S1" m VW W M 23-19-10, ' $3,128,-pirdluar- MilKuu41'"!1" fcrurttBwa'BJli feints t.f v its ATI m, t T KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL. BIOS ON ROAD WORK. Iff' I desire to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly belonged to the Hickman Ice & Ceal Co., and am now prepared to give you the beat of service in this line. I am now selling genuine Notice 4 A TON Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. No. 48 Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. A. A. FARIS To the Public PHONE 73 When in need of TIN and PLUME ING WORK w for quick service. teed and strictly All work guaran- first-clas- s. Let Us Figure With You And We'll Do Your Work coil coil Ka'l coil Hickman Plumbing: & Tinning Co. Phone 73 E. W. Adams, Sec. and Treas. J. Q. Adams, Manager Visible Writing1 Originated Twelve years ago in the UNDERWOOD STANPARD TYPEWRITER T6DAY It rn boelneia.'S' THE RCSlH-- T lreoflnlied All of as tho one type of machine practical for mod. old time makers have fallen Into line and the ytfliivo adopted this construction. I Don't toll everything you know, don't toll everything you hrnr. don't blister your tongue with backbiting, don't 1 Satan's bellows to. blow up tha tiro of strife In tho community. Klther cut off a bit of your tongue or season It with tho salt of grace. Do by Lydla K, Pink. quick to work and slow to talk. sVcgctablc Compound Think of your own faults ore other mi. people's faults you tell. ...i... iV"' will bo received at Cayce, 8tMr IMIIs. Here Is a Hick i Ta h Dam's Kidney . ,t ' wwuin . otnpouul lu Juno 25, 1910, at 2 o'clock, p. m. man cltlaen'a recommendation: llie ,i Mi l A. J. Huntlker. Kast Hickman. Ky.. It Is unfortunate that many g'lrls This work will consist prlnclpa nnd l w .MbVffto tellthew itr rlj think nil they are required" to do Is to says: "1 cannot say too much I if f grading and will require en make rnih, read trash, droits well and vor of I Winn's Kidney I'llli. as they teams to pull grader. Contract friinffiiu'i"- entertain their friend. Parents of- had a beneficial effect upon my kid bu made with lowest and best h ftllUU3 1.il ten Imagine It to bo tho quintessence neys. 1 suffered for some years from ou basis of a day's work of ten I III 'Ml IL4J!'.1 a- - t of kindness to allow their daughters nttacks of kidney trouble and at tlmia For further InforwaUoti address a i l Ati ther to waste tho years of their girlhood there was a dull ache across the small W. A. Naylor, Hickman, Ky thall ladat,aor In such, a manner. We are appalled 0 my back which made mo miserable m aiM,'! n 3 mi when wa realize what a vast army of A short time ago I procured Doan's mltlsnl a j cjei Teething babies always havo a )otintr girl are throwing uway their Kidney IMIIs nt Helm ft Wilson's drug Hon I t! i i this opportunities for usefulness W store and through their Uto found en time of It when They piucvss ow m a Vewtible I dinm m a. not only In hot weather. r relief." would bo glad If wo could arouse the ell Wonnii titiil I liar r i r m to contend with painful gums bu4 p. he. 1 hoe I c 1 girls who prefer gaudy clothing and For sale by all dealers. Price 60c. itou-acis disordered, bowels J mew tyiuu 1 y" , 1 i i t glittering Jewelry, and having a good Foster-WllburCo.. Buffalo, N. V, and tho body uncomfortable The tilo (. otntind n d f jf help you 640 give the muo ui; time, to a correct cduratlan; and who sole agents for the United Statei. .Mils. I MH Is McUKF.'K IIA1IY KUXIIL It. prefer tho society of silly young uien WW Is. Remember the name Doan's si d roils sour stomach, cools and l! nlovo Is or'r one tr th. j. to tho work of good authors. If girls take ao other. Uio bo cm ana helps dlgastiou. of grateful- lettfs w Ih in wou dba truly happy, they should.se 2fc and 30c per bottle. Suld by ntly luring- re e w lj ti lect a work the same as their broth luau Drug Co. m .Mein' ne t m paur r f It-- b kindness In word and deed, and for villi Ii prove le era do a profession; they will then .la ! a.i 4 1 IttikhamU rgtV..( a. have an Interest In life and will find a little love, with an Intensity that Dr Q. D. Tull died at the ho tnade trtn rsio's a: I youth In Its fullness does not know. happiness In useful work. y il(H cute theso cbt1 n'.? Ther must forget, or one would not his daughter. Mrs Jas. Carpent. of wotneuaftera.it" rr ntu so often hrnr such rrtnarka as. "Ob, this city last Friday, the 2Tth. failed, and Utai ev ry r. set A Mother's Love. grandma, don't bother; grandpa for an Illness of several months Dr ronun one it to hrrnej tj it vn I.tiIU H I1iV.haia years a pratt was for ra'x It Is not prosperity,' with her smtle gets everything; grnndiua. what do physician several Hioumi a trui u r re 1, xi, you want to go forT Old folks ought at Yorkvllle and Ttl an operauun, or pn . t? and beauty, that tries tho purity and He was a and later at Clayton recovery, fervor of a mother's love: It Is In to bo contented at home!' Cumberlsnd churrh In our .wtrd to others. In all our ber of the l'lnkliiun. of I.ynn, Jlaiv, the dark and drvary precincts of ad Mil sick Moinen In writs dealings with them. It Is our duty to wife has been dead for a numb versuy. atuia tne col a rrowns or in for dvlco. Hlie la guldrd stop and think ;jind with tho old It Is years. Ho Is survived by his di NH(ts to licoltti and her unfeeling world, In poverty and de Ira I free spalr. In sickness and In sorrow, that posltlvo cruelty not to do so. It Is ter and a son. Dudley, who llti It shines with a brightness beyond down hill remember; a hill with steep Kansas. Union City Commercb The Judges of the Supreme mortality, mid, stifling the secret of stony paths, and at Its foot there Is its and lots to :! Ktnnrt its own boson, strives but to pou only a grave. Don't by Impatient of the U. 8. have adjoururd uul higher th' balm and consolation upon thu suffer, words and looks push them along Its tober. It seems the precipitous ways; don't bruise their atlM of public official the U cr, and the cup of misery, filled to fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTV overflowing, sorves but to bind them weary feet with rocks of ridicule and Uiey give to their business, WHY NOT TRY t la quite a good deal ( more firmly and dearly to each othrr uncalled for Jest, don't glare that months Popham't slope with the Ice of In to rest. as the storms of winter bid tho she! downward ASTHMA RCMED- Yterlng Ivy twine Itself more closely difference; and, above all, don't hang fes prompt and pot.uit nu t 111 around life, withering oak. Absence on every bush and boulder placards Ivery cate. told by Tt li.ci of their own deterioration. Il Is not If we don't sell your real cannot chill a mother's love, nor can man Drug Co. price J T. ii necessary to remind them that they It doesn't cost you a cenL If PAckaro by mau, t;.c even vice Itself desttoy a mother's strength It only costs you 3 percent-Couriea have left their pnme and llllawa Mfg. Co., 1'roix kindness. The lowest degredatlons of Kealty Co. , ASASAAaaaAAiAAiiiii human frailty cannot wholly blot out behind. They know It; none so let us sometimes stop and thu remembrance of tho first fond think; let us turn from our own am yearnings of your affection, or tho COMMISSIONER'S SALE. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. faint memorial of primeval Innocence bltlon; from our ambitions for our children and lend a band to the old Fulton Circuit Court, Xeate)CraUn Clrclt Court. KtLUclj nay. It seems as It tho very ramu-Jeu- x i'UlnWf. . nesa of the abject state of hcY.errlng folks. Ixt us smooth their path, let .1 fiUlntlfffU. UIbbU K,srr- they step over O child more fully developed tho mighty the;u lean on us as gaUst yra Scarce el al, defrf..1 ledges and let us warm the taliy virtue of a Judgment st force of that mysterious passion, the steep y virtue or a jMgsai a sale Gf FuHen Circuit Cuuri, mil which ran forget and forgive all chill of that bleak hill side with sjmC at the May term LUrtcf. 111. I things, and though the youth of her pathy and love. Let us give them der of Sale of FuKen CtrcuJl gave In other days and rendered at the January term, Li the above eause, for the iaa dl fairest hopes may be as one cast off back all they us, of. 1910, la tho above eausv, with icUrcst at Lbs nu dl from God and man, yet she will not give With Interest; for. bellcvo useless, you may deem them the sum of Dollars per cent per annum fro a li - I forsake him, but participate In all however per mlis them when thy iBlcrest at the rate of ' UjOW, you wdj thing save his wickedness. r of 1?. until paid sad call are gone. It jiay be as you atand by per annum from the day oiMi. 1 ,kn proceed to offer ul their coffins. It may be In years to until paid, a lid cost .tib0 Court Moms iloorUHxll Old Age. come, when you thcad the path once shall proceed to offer for sale at&m k to th, hlthoit MJdtr, al you will atop and Uilnk;" Court House door ta Hickman, mjyi.Q AUCTION, on the u.a ul Wo wish to saya few words for tho wtis theirs: thoughts win come. Then (lod help tucky to the highest bidder, at 1 1310. at 10 o'clock a, m ffl old folks, believing that (ho infirm! you! Cod help us all. That In those LIC AUCTION, oa the IJtfi Scrcabout. (being County CoatUj) ties of advanced years aro often ires thoughts there rosy not'l that word June, 1910, at 10 o'clock, a. tn'Mu credit of six months ti W ed with an Indifference that I Ward of flame remorse thereabout (belag County Court &MaE described property, to bear. Not by all. qf coursrf for upoa a credit of six month, the ... there aro many, we wllphope the ma f. , KE yr et S.: u Jorlty, that aro thoughtful of the aged Children that aro affected by Worm lowieg described property, T, and kind to them. Then again, there kin pale and sickly and liable tocon 94 acres lying cast of and adSws. Uelng Lot No. 3, the utoljoll l aro others, who, to put It mildly; aro tract sots? fatal disease. WHITlK'S lag lot No. C la the division oCSie SK Qr. of Sec 35, T 1 CllriAM VEltMlKUGK wwfni harsh and cold. It la very natural to promptly and puts tho expels on th. lands In the action la tho Fi&est. less one acre In the child sinllo on what Is lovely and strong. roHu to health, l'rlco 25c per botlleA County Court of HebL !. gceari&ruer of said Quarter brloct'-t- t "I 1 vs. A. K. and frown on (ho reverse, without cv Sold by .'ilekman Drug Co, Scearto ct al. aad lOral Academy, being 169 acrw atij en observing that we do so and It of Larta of the NW aad NK Qua ft recorded In proccalonetl aal w ten follows, with the young especially of IHec. 34. T. 2, R. 4 west, samdlilssloacra Hook No. 1. pag w ''I Why tbst as they look on tho furrowed buildingsIs It that the old, unsightly lng Meed to Albert 8. Sccarca blether with a Plat thereof in ut novel burn whn they catch face, tho dim eyes, the trembling HCdmes, Special CemmlsslontMce of Uie Clerk of the rsUtfl hands, the tottering, uncertain steps fire T said caVio. Bounty Court recorded at the of an old man or woman, they seem term 1883 of the JuKoa wv Also a f undivided to forget that In that warm and if you have tho Itch, don't scratch In 83 acre In the N. W. Qr. of fourt. homely prison house are a heart 'and makes thu skin bleed. Apply 11A1. thereof to prodowi Hub It 34. T. ..R. 4 wesL and belns: M Or auffkleat soul which yearn for recognition, for LAhD'S SNOW LINIMENT. .., Yv w r of Moner so ordered to .luffii liuutly oa the affected parts. It ro land nwn.i isVade. For the purchase price, roves Itching instantly and a fow ai Mm.. r.r hi. A,..t! ' .1 plications removes the cause thus per a c A... .BturehkAAr. with aDDTOVCd SCCUtUT l forming a permanent cure, l'rlco 25c s est therein, and kmaa MeckhaaaWcurlUes. raust execute bond. 50c und II per bottle. Sold by HIcV s a... tine.. ..lair IamI lntervst from Loe W maiwurug co. uatll paid, and U Scearco conveyVd Urtr 202 guaranteed Fancy Patent. Try Interest to said AVbcrt 8. Set making him the ew.Yier of a ha! 111 be prepared to &mplr sack. Case St Sob. Phono 183. IwlLh thse teras. tcreat. J. R. UlLNEll. Or sufficient therectf to preduc reguli- - morning operation of the bowols pnta you In fine abapo for the sums of money ao Wdered b is assured when Summer's days work, if you miss It you feel made. For the purehuse prlee, - "Want Column ,j put vim in.i beats down mercilessly. uncomrorinnio and cannot all bowol in - purchaser, with appreviHd aecurlt Hig .I u ..uu vnu a ijuver "" 1 sun Irto your movements. For securities, must execute Dond. HKHIUNK Is thu remedy log Poros-kn- it for eaeh word. Try it union suts, ampu legal Interest from he da It purifies, strengthens and regulates -- Ptated at shoulders and knees Prko 60c. .Sold by Hickman Drug Co sale until paid, aad havlnik the .... wus. ... il. local D1' .11 and effect of a Jadgtaea rM VV. c1, N0 give you No will be prepared to eeaply proti Dee Henry, who has been attend with these phone. bunching at he waist. Home terms. lng. school at Henderson, Tenn., came O Co J. R. MILNK Fabrics light yet sturdy, in homo Friday. WW Notice Is hereby glTen that Health Is Werth Saving, and Seme . - 9..w. Mad irnrif in . -ri j COHlintut mi Hickman Peeple Know Hew county, Kentucky, win no receive To 8av It. follows; Did for work In DU'rlct Ne. 3 Mnny Hickman people tike their llveV In their hands by neglecting the 4, will bo received at tho court a kidneys when they know these organs lu Hickman, Monday, June 2U. need help. Sick kidneys are respond at 2 o'clock p. ui. hie for a fust amount of suffering llids for ork In District N and 111 health, but there Is no need will be received at the court b to suffer Dor to remain In danger Fultou, Wednesday, June 22, when all diseases and aches and pains at 2 o'clock, p. ra. due to weak kidneys can be quickly lllds for work In District N and permanently cured by the ue of pFERII Sne year .... v il rnj 11 1 b fi, 1 1',' r l.-it- well-Yes- Mff hertj ju. t" to-w- li w, fl .Nrl a one-hal- lntry J'l a-- Ease In These tt.l.... 4 oeff ' fH - '1 i comfort. V'l'b la Retain p of approval from rival manufacturers has but scrv j. ed to strengthen public confidence In tho .machine that lias led the way. Don't be peratwded la to buying a "traflor" look over Y 'bo Underwood and you will uu doratand why we say It Is e J-h- Machine You Will Eventually Buy." UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO. Cer. Mam and Fourth Sis., LOUISVILLE Jnc; varying measurements to auk any'build. Every new sale of 'em makes a new. friend for us; every day's use keeps him friendly. We wear them ourselves, arid feel a roal pride in selling then) at 4 UOO a garment At least, look I appreciate The Courier will A bilious, k (itH-rgy- , all WW!t ar a 'V the Cturier's Want -- Column- -le per word iradley & Parham. ,. " All work satisfactory or mt half-sicfeeling, loss of I slekaess, etc. Doth phones. aud constipated bowels cau turned. Hchmldt. ho relieved with surprising promutuus by using HKJU11NK. Tho first dose PILE8I PILESl briugs improvement, a fow doses puts WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILll tin system lu flue, vigorous condition rncc wo. Hold by uickmuu Drug Cr Have you Bftcleeted your kid iuliu.ol." Ind an r lie Have you overworked your ae system and caused trouble with T. T. Swnynu and family spent last BOB4'' uti as a pouiiiw, nlntHK . ...1. Thursday with Fopo Herring and wife kidneys aad bladder? Have you l WIlllAina- - I'lio 11. la loins, side, baek, grs4a and bl at Union City. nL and ltcW-prpus ,.,. iiicinjil dert Have you a flabby appeara paru. v . ... itMer Ue wy !. 'Tha beat flour ever brought to i ia we, eapeeiaiiy Hlekwau Bulte'a Kxeellesee and Au- Too freueat a desireU pM ria tumn. Leaf eaoti saak guaranteed U ae, WllMams' KUmf wW Mr. Travis, you uiskmn Drue Co., I'rim W. l ... n u m J4Tft.- ie- -