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The Hickman courier: July 1, 1910 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 hic1910070101_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: July 1, 1910 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V. FOLKS HOW LIVING In Knltou county will tell you that w print morr local iiiiwsIn than uy oilier pniMT tlili ectlou of Kentucky I THE HieKMHN COURIER. The Courier has a Spankln' Good Team. (T XV I C E5 - A. W JE3 J3 HI) -- A BLUE MARK HERE mrnni that your tub orlptlon has eiplred Ilonnw promptly If you want the pape-- r to coma to you after tbli month fldvartlstnq is the Team that Pulls the Commtiicial Uaqon up the Hill of Success. 0I.DC8T Grease the Axles of Your Uagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up so o VOLUME ni fapi:r in western kentookt HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 1, Fulton County Officials Deny the Allegation. The Louisville Courier-Journa- l of date of Juno 22, contains ntt article purporting to bo nn Interview from Auditor Fruuk P. James This article whb handed to nn edltot of tha Hickman CourUr who reprinted the Mime lu last Prlday's edition of that paper Tim attention of the Courier was called to the Courier-JiMirneditor article by a lorsl pollilclaii and was published by then) without iholr muling the article any more thug to teurn that It was something eoitrerntiig Fgltnn county, otherwise thy would have submitted same to Ui officer of Fulton County for an fipiKssluti by them as to the correctness of tho nrtlcle under dtectre-s- i on 1910. fat,.. WHOLE R0.2UOB ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1HRO JUDGE WI8E. Business Philosopher. "I once knew a perfectly satisfied man," says the Judge, "but I don't remember where. To get your full hare of satisfaction I will direct you to the Hickman Drug Co., where I guaranteed or your money back. Their drug service la unexcelled, becauto they carry alarue stock of the freshest and best that the markets afford In the way of drugs, "Accuracy and promptness" Is the motto of their prescription department. You will bo delighted with their drug service. Give them a trial both phones, No. 9." 3&1 t I Heard On the Streets I I I I I I I I I I I Who Is repoiMlbla for so tunny fHtarvprasontatlona of fuels wp aro unable to Iwirn defllillsly, although Mr James has beu asked If he is responsible for Mime as they appear--d In the Courier-Journa- l. He has not y ansnorsd. The nrtlele slates that "the State will pay one county, Fuitoti, JJO.000 ns feos for transport-Inchildren to the reform school at Islington " It Mill be observed that the above does not say when the Stale will pay this fSO.OOU. If Mr. J n men Is responsible for this stato-nxM- it and intended to soy that $30,000 ould be paid this year b said what was false and known by him to bo false when so stHted, or he is not g qualified to hold the office of Auditor. Another statement Is that "the fees for transporting prisoners to the reform school are large. It routing, according to the legal nllowar.cos, about $100 to tnke a prlsonor to Lexington " Tho fads aro that during 'ho mouth of March four prisoners went rouiyed from Fulton county to thu' house .of reform, nil on the sam dute for which the sheriff received a Slate warrant for $71 27'i each, or IJSfi.H0 for the four The pipelines neceMiary to transport the four prisoners amounted to more than. $120 railroad fnre besides other necessary xpeiises which the sheriff was compelled to pay out of his pocket, and none of which was paid to him by tW Auditor.. Mr. James, if ho Is ac (Itmlnted with the affairs of his of flee, knows that he has not paid tho Sheriff one cent of money. "Mr. James sas that tho reoordsj show that on throe successive days. one prisoner wus taken from Pultotw County to tho reform school Instead; of all three being taken at tho samel tlmo." This Is another porverslon of the facts. If Mr. James' records show tho above hla records need auditing If they show the contrary and he knous it he has stated what lie knows to bo false. This article further refers log to Mr James statements says: "Ho sajs he paid the Sheriff of Fulton ,&)'': i' ;- - A -- . j-- f . ijs4) Z v'rlliiV jMBigH Hickman Grocery .. f Co, 'CSraiMlslHHsHflssBWIIsBsffy I . 1 1 rKksHHivvBr'vl MsiV ' ilu'lR J jMA! Do your trading here and save money . , . Beautiful Country Home of Julian Choate ...Near This City... county $1000 last mouth and will pay him $2000 this month for taking prisoners to the reform school." If Mr. James In not a rank stranger to the records of his office he knows tbo above Is false. His records should show that not ono prisoner was conveyed to Lexington during he month of Mjy, yet he says ho paid tbo sheriff $1000 for taking prisoners during tho month of May. In fact since Jan. 1st, tbo cost for conveying nil prisoners from Fulton county to tho house of reform, the amount allowed and for which tho Auditor's warrants have been Issued amounts to $830.30 Instead of $20,000, which Includes all mtleago and other expenses. If tho Auditor would fall In bis "ablo French" advisor to read to him from the Kentucky Statutes ho might bo able to learn that these claims are paid three times a year only. Instead of each month. During this month June, two prisoners havo been convoyed to tho house of reform. Further, In Uto sarao article: "He do claros that the children are not tried by n Jury, but are given a hearing beforo tho County Judge and then sent to the reform school." This Is another reckless use of the truth. Mr. James has no public record of how these trials are conducted. If his information camo from somo politician ho Iiub failed to so tried by tho County Judge has had a trial by jury or the right of such trial which whs made known to him. However the Judge has Uie legnl right to try such cases. During the month tho only two persons conveyed to tho houso of reform were sentenced by tho Judgo of the Circuit Court. That which gives the Auditor tbo most concern seems to bo hat Kentucky's geography needs revising. Fulton county is too far from the reform school to please him all tho time. He will doubtless remedy this by moving oue of the two or both. Ilut we submit that Fulton County was hero first, even before the Auditor, and, wo aro informed, oven before Mr. French camo to this land. Now send on your representative to Fulton County. Some of U3 will bo at home. Wo believe the long trip down here and a few days' use of our fresh air will bo beneficial to you. We. welcome you. state. Every person on your Groceries Meats, etc. OUR HANDSOME AND 4 ACCOMPLISHED FRIENDS. Following "aro the names of as handsome and scholarly lot of people as wo have ever seen anywhere Paste this clipping in your hat and you will have a ready reference list of the best folks on earth. Of courso thoy take the Courier wouldn't do without it and have "got right" since our last report: H. H. Shelby, City. ! I I I I I I Ilfi-JWS- f autlton time. achuildt. the Tailor. Day "lit sr Judge R. S. Murrell, City. H. II. Mangold, Routo 2. aro geltiug shorter. acre farm to sell K. Iull for greater Hickman. 100 J. W. Williams. Crutchfleld . W. II. Heath, City. Dr J. O. Stubbs, City. MIsa Mona Diestelbrlulc, City. M. V. 11. Griffey, City. F. E. Luttrell, City . Baltzer & Dodds D. O. Co., City. W. P. Reld, Fulton. Percy Jones, City. Millet & Alexander, City. Dee Henry, Henderson., Tenn. B. O. Hale, City. Miss Ina Royer, Bowling Green. Jno. Weatherly, City. Miss Borah Bowden, City. Milton Brann, Polmersvillo, Tenn. J. M. Ezelle, City. N. J. Corum, City. S. L. Royster, Route A. W. I. Morton, City. John Klrkindall, City. G. L. Darnell, City. Mrs. Joanna Bruer, City. Miss Roso Bobo, Arkansas City. Than Walton, Boynton, Ark. Dr. E. G. Overby, City. C. J. Barbeo, City. Hon. Nip Sargent, Little Cyprosa. Jno. Pylo, City. Dr. E. L. Williams, Route 1. Kennedy. Mrs M. GutumorB it on tint auk list For anything see Kennedy, Cose & Bon make prompt deliveries. Phono 13. Host flour ou the market. Dottera-wort- h W. A. NAYLOU, In the Oond Addition Judge Fulton County. GOALDER JOHNSON, Sheriff. J. W. RONEY, County' Atty. ii Prather. Hickman will send a cood dulegu-tloto Fulton ou tho Fourth. I n Barkett Writes of His Travels in Turkey. five miles. As it rained that morning we could not leave tho city unMessrs. Speer & Sexton, til noon, and bad to stay all night In a llttlo town called Nabtla, some Hickman, Ky. eight miles from Judledlt. Wa wore You will havo to excuao me for expected homo that evening, so they not writing sooner, but when I wrote mado preparation to meet us down to tho boys I bad them to give you nt Uio bridge of the old river Litany, all tho Important nows for publica- which Is well known by all our boys. tion. Now will give you the news But unfortunately wo could not get from tho time wo arrived in Oolrut. there, but a few of our closost relaWe arrived on tho first day of May tives came on to Nabatla. Before and wero met by two of my brothers, roachlng tho Rher Litany, we com slBter-ln-laand a nephew who met menced meeting the great crowds that us ou the ship, and you can imagino came down to meet us, my oldest what a great meeting It was. Wo brother heading two hundred horsecertainly had a royal time during our men, met us nt tho bridge friends of stay in that city. Detrut is Iho queen the best clashes all over tho country city of Syria, with a population of tamo to shako our hands with us our way until we got to our aid 100,000 consisting of Christians, Mo-hammedaua, Turks and foreigners, home. Thero we met our good old most of whom aro Mohammedans. mother who gave us a big hearted It has several nlco buildings with nil welcome. So did all our relatives modern conveniences, electric cars In and friends who havo been to see us tho hands of a German firm and a slnco we got here people coming railroad to Damascus. They have Till from all over the couutry to congratkinds of ways to haul their stuff out ulate us on our safo journey. Hundreds of people hate been to In wagons, on tho backs of horses, camels, mules, etc., for tho mountain- see us that I never snw before, but ous country whero there uro no wa- thoy come because of brothers, whom they know well. Wo aro having a gon roads. Mt. Lebanon, which Is thickly set- good time, killing a young sheep evtled with all kinds of people, Is well ery other day, and getting fat, and noted all over tho country for its we will bo fatter when the grapos summer resort, all rich folks going come In. This country is noted for Its flno grapes, figs, watermelons. there to spend tho summer. It has been rather cold slnco wo After spending a few days in Beirut wo left for my old home. As wo got horc, with heavy dew overy night. havo no railroad we had to hire two From now ou thero will bo no rain hacks to go to Sidon, an old city on In thts country this summer. Wo haven't traveled through tho tho Mediterranean Sen, a distnnco twenty-fivalong the shore. country uny yet, but will do so and miles of In Sidon a great deal of oranges, ap write you about It. We nro waiting ples, lemons, peaches, etc., aro rats for tho children to learn somo Aracd by tho wholesale. Tho fruit Is bic and to get used to our folks hero. I will write ,ou things of more inflno and sweet and enough Is raised to supply tho wholo country. Wo on terest whon I begin traveling. Give ly stayed In Sidon one night. As my regnrds to all my good friends In tho wagon road was washed out in Hickman und Fulton county, I hope several places, wo had to go homo to sco thorn all noxt year. A. S. BARKETT. on horseback, a distanco of twenty- - Powull and wife, of Ulodgolt, Mo, aru vtsltlug Chos. Jaoksou. Judledlt, Margeon, May 25. It you wan; to buy a farm or town property, call at thu Courier office. UT That disc cultivator U dull isn't A. Lb Gray cau make it belter tliau a new ouu. Quality count In Shingles gut thu best by buying direct from our mill. Yates Uiu & Kirk Shingle Co. Tho Hickman Wist Kentucky. airs. W. E. Scales and Mrs. A. Scales and baby returned to Union City yesterday uflor a pleasant visit with Mrs. best Hue s Furniture Co. of Furniture lu Let us show you. ban-die- lkif.f St M A Pilgrimage to Washington's Tomb, Mt. Vernon Ccpftftkt Kin 1. II. Uurlln. Help the boy a next Thursday and Friday by buying some tivcrybodya Coffee lu SCo uud Duo cans. Your grocer will deliver and collooL. S. IX DoJtlb will receive In u few days u new Jackson touring car, 40 h. p. This 1 a now make of machine for this section, but Is said to bo a vory flno one. A goodly ntimboi' of property hold-care not taking tiny boHoub view of Uio ordlnanco introduced at Ujo last session of tbo city council ordering "unsightly weedB on lota ,or be- VT'OU may prefer gray, or brown, or blue for your suit; you may like a stripe better than a plaid or a club check; or better than a plain color. It's all the same to us. Here are $100 REWARD $100. Hart Schaffner & Marx tween lota and curbing" to be out. Now 1b tho best time to cut Uiu weeds and tho city should see to it that Uiey aro cut. However worldly and sinful peoplo nro Uioy want their children good. How are you going to have thorn good? Buy them a few good books? Teach them a few oxcollont cate chisms? llrlng them to church? That - all very well, but of llttlo final unless you do It with tho grace of God lu your hoart. Do you realizo that your children uro started to Aro they on tho right rond? Those llttlo forms that nro now so bright and beautiful whon thoy bavo scattered In tho dust, there will bo on Immortal spirit living on In a mighty theatre of action, and your faithfulness or your neglect now la decldlug their destiny. lt clothes in all the new colors and weaves; something to suit every taste; and the styles are smart, snappy and full of "go." Special models for young men. Suits $18.50 to $25 Tho re&derj of this paper will be pleased to learn tha there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages, nnd that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Out is tno only posit he cure now known to tho medical fraternity. Catarrh bolng a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby destroying tho foundation of the disease, and gUIng the patient strength by building up tho constltu tlon and nsslstlng nature In doing Its owe work. The proprietors have bo much fa'th In tho curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure Send for list of testimonials. Address P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Ohio Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take Hull's Family Pills for constipation. To-k'd- e If your groceries have not proven entirely satisfactory try trading with C. H. Moore. Other makes $10.00 to $16.50 This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes Steamer Dick Fowler will leave Hickman for Columbus 11 a. m. July 4th. Elegant Tho ladies of tho Woodmen Circle can't shoot through some stenk trip 75c. Is not tho will glvo nu ico cream supper Sat sold in Hickman, but that night In Joe Smith's yard In kind sold by tho Hickman Grocery urday 202 guaranteed Fancy Patent. Try Co. If you want bcter meat, glvo East Hickman. Everybody Invited. a sack. Case & Son. Photo 183, Lyrlo tonight per cent leas. Thu them a trial; It coats 6 You ,. five piece band, dancing all the way there and back, and the big celebration. Round .A r- -- fcVSJ.- f - iT5a8;-- . ?i - ?,&i 2 TllPirlav UVOtJCiy k SPEER I.I.V lit JUIj IlllJIHe N in Boat Show Coming. The Cotton Mossoni Floating Tliea tre, the finest luuepoudont show bo in the country Is to visit Illckinin on Tuesday, July 5th, 1910. Never since tho beginning of time has a show boat so tremendous In slzo and bqauty been organized as this one. Its beautiful outstdo appear nnce, with Its classic front studded with hundreds of olectric lights and flaming nrcs. Its great silver toned concert band, tho wonderful calliope plajing of Prof. Martlne, a play of tho highest cI.ibs and n troupe of1 first class artists all go together to1 theamake this the most tre the rhor has. Tho play on this evening will be tho great four act comedy drama "Tldo of Life." The piece contains! features to Just enough mako It reach the doptbs of feeling and human appeal and also Includes I onough good clean wnoiesomo come dy to keep the nudienco In an ex cellont humor. Special scenery and electrical effects aro used In each and every act and a very high cl.iss refined vaudeville program Is Introduced throughout tho ovonlng. The Cotton DJussoni Is a striotly Independent show boat, not n member of any trust, and will appear before our people upon its merits-Man- ager Emerson guarantees this to be the best show boat upon the rivers today, barring-non- e. molo-druma COTTON V-fLII BLOSSOM FLOATING THEATRE Negro Killed at Fulton. Presenting a big Four Act Drama THE TIDE OF LIFE -- Complete in every delnil. THE HICKMAN COURIER "trtrt Wtstcit Krntaikt like the ttvt" & SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Subscription si a "ar This paper stop) ou got when your subscription expires. Tlie Courier juit a you do postage stamps: Vtuti In Adauce. We make U exception Subscription Rates, $1.00 per year FOR SALE OR RENT: Residence on Troy Avenue. H. T. Beale. 2tf rlE- - Anything you want that wo haven't got In Furniture we will bo glad to order It for you. Hickman Furniture Company. All you hao to do Is to Give Uiu boys the order lor tho amount you want of Everybody's Coffuo and your grocer will deliver and collect fur It as usual. Maku the little boys' hearts glad when they call next Thursday and Friday by giving them an ordor for Everybody Coffee and help them on their base boll outfit. On Wednesday afternoon of last week Misses lJertlo Mae and Maga-le- e Rice entertained a number of friends at Hook. Punch was served as the guests arrived. Divinity fudge was served during the games. Refreshments of ice cream and caKo were serve J. Align Llvernc Cheek, n guest. of Fulton, was an out-of-to- . y ; Tho State Flro Marshal's report 1909 shows Fulton County had 14 frame buildings to burn last-ye- ar 0 valued at $1730 on which was Insurance. Total loss $15,752.00. The total number of buildings burned In the state was 2722. and 382 of tlieso were fires started from un known causes. Defective flues caused 293. Jefferson had tho greatest number of conflagrations, losing 390 buildings. for $11,-4G- Mr .Will T. Wray. of the St .Louis Coffee and Splco Mills, will present to tho Junior base ball town of Hickman elogant uniforms made of good material and In every respect first class. Across the breast will be the words "Evorybodys" In honor of that popular brand of coffee which Mr Wray sells. J M 'tit' You Certainly Want the Best Values light. The conversation aptly led The evening had been nicely spent Though neither knew what either said Bach knew just what the other meant, A negro, whoo name uu are un ublo to lonrn, was shot and lustnut-lkilled In Fulton, Wednesday iif SCHMIDT THE TAILOR. "Fire" Kennedy. tnrnoou, by C. C. Ohonnult, n fireMrs, Van Fuller Is on tho slek man on the I. C. Ilullrond, sho Try It like It REO. list. In Fulton. Cotton, tho plumber. Phono CG, You can get REO at Holm & Some of Uhonaull'it women folks T. T. Swayne was In Union Oily wont out to an found tho this week. Miss Ora Ilwdknur fs on tho sink negro In It and ran back screaming Do not bo misled; remember ttu Mr. Cheuault picked up his pistol list this week. tailor Schmidt. and went out to iee What the negro W. A. Carpenter, of Troxevnnt, was wan doing thuro. The black uns Minn Initio I.Inder visited MlM here this week. Impudont anil gave him a short un Kutli Klmbro this week. Miss Loo .Smith, of Jnckimu, Is the Hwr nlxiut the uintler and the iif Hickman Furniture Co., headquart- guest fair ended with Chuttault shooting ot Miss llertlo Olover. ers for undei takers goods. hi in In tho right side, which caused and Autumn his dentil, nroonHng to the coronor'M Ilultu'a excellence Telephone 183 for your wants In Leaf best flour made Trivls. verdlet. tho grocery line. Case & Son. Mabel Ayers. of Mabel, Ky.. Miss Mr Chef null at onro gae hliu Mrs. Harry Threlkeld mid baby re- was here a tow da) this weak, self uplo nfflcors, who had already turned Monday from Union CIL). Marled to the place for the puroo " iVnrt r A new drtuk a different drink v or arresting this negro, who wnw jnxy J. T. Stophens and wife spent Pepper" at Helm & Ellison's. shargad with stealing. Ho wna put Wednesday at Hamby Pond, fishing. "tr. WW l ; 31 y with a mlafit under a 1100 bond for hut appear Don't 9 bothered A dainty dessert Just after a quar 11 when you can get a fit Schmidt, the mice bsfor. Judge Naylor. the trial vilv rol is Jacobs Candy all size boxes. Tailor. being set for' nsut Saturday. Harris. Nice room and board, apply to Miss The negro was employed by Jas V.'H. Urynn. Auditor of the Men-ee- l Anna Wehmnti, Went Hlaknwii, on Hhioh, Mho works a gang on Ilox Co.. on me up Saturday host the hllL lp eoneinwtloH. The killing AshporL The parlor light was low and dim. near the city eemwtery about Yet not too dim and not too lowi Mts Paulino Shaw, of Slate Line. t o'clock 1u the afternoon Uulto'a Excellence flour Is positive- Is rfsltlng He talked to her. he talked to him her alstnr, Mrs. Hdgnr Vet what they mlJ they did net know. ly guaranteed by us. Uottenworth Townsond. They talked about I lie latent play. i & Prather. They rhatted of the newest book. Tho best flour In Hickman Uulta's But somehow each one seemisd tn say Mrs. Luther Nichols mid Imuy liars A different thine with amlls and look. Ilanks can afford to koop open shot, Kxcelleuce at Uettcrsworth & l'ra returned from a visit (o relfttlxW Ih hours because tho Interest work all Jtieksos, Tvmi. ther". They talked about the flood In Franc. And of the row at Hngland's poll. the time. Of an amtialitff nrrumstanre. Handle Luten hits returned to Put-to- n Of chocolate, of breakfast rolls, Clarenee Hatter mid family, of PulHAPPENINGS AT CAYCC. Of making change on trolley ears. after a visit to his KrnudiHOthtr, ton aro the guests of Henry Travis O pictures In a magaxlne. Mrs. Maggie Handle.) .MU Hv Johusou Is on the sick Of what they put In good clears. aHd wife. Of how to crank a bis machine. Mil Mrs. Henry Darts and Ml Mary SHINQLCO Cypress sblnclcs at) I Mrs. Georgia Alton Is visiting her They laughed at some uncenselous Joke, Nalltlng, of Cayoe, visited Miss VirThey judged her latest photograph, HHfiher. per thousand at mill. Yates & Kirk ginia this week. They talked about the city's smoke. Shingle Co. And of her uncle's epitaph. Mrs. Hsetltf Tugkar went to Fuliou They gravely spoke of pnMllea Mrs. Ckarles llumen ratHnted to MwNday. Light and dark Dumas, of Ml Of how fair woman's lack of guile Would do away with graft and trleks Fulton, are 1sjtlng their aunt. Mrs TIptoHVlIre WedwMHJsy. after a rtelt But more they aald with look and Mr. Mary Cntw U Imprurlng alter wKh MIm Laura UreK O. L. Carpenter. smile. a tel1 of fever. At last he said that he must go; Cart Schmidt and wife wwrw U The man who quits when he ha It took some time to say "aood-nlght- " Mrs. lMle Doasluy is visiting her earned all hu guts Is forever getting KWfsU of MIpms 0)1 Ii aud I.lHnte The parlor lamp burned dim and low. mother this Meek. Threlkakl at Woodlniul Sunday. But both their hearta were glad and no more than he earns. NE5BIT SHORT STOPS Iilll-sou'- Wttt cm&ffik s a. oul-hous- mmMM u Jj 5 "'u ' eon-erwt- e lten 11. 1. Johnson shipped a oar load of stook this Mvek. Mrs. Jesule 1'ewvll, of Oaktoir, Is vlMtUng HELPFUL HINTS. your old balloons. The silk fabric of which they are made can bo cut up and sewed Into neat and serviceable kitchen aprons. To avoid striking your thumb with the hammer while driving nails, leans to hold tho nail between the third and little fingers. Do in- relattvts htot. the l Do not throw away Mkm Ulttaii Kdtnlstuu vIsttiM Mnmm WUklus last wtk. iY Obtainable In the Summer Suit yon buy at the price you Miss Swan Nnyler, of Hlrkiimn. HnI Miss Pearl Johnson last week (tsssJf flssHEflLsm savism 5d r Mrs AtiHle Perlgen and children. of Osktoti, visited relatives here last week. Mrs. Bulllt Huddleston aud baby can get 1L Not only Is It Indigestible, but more expensive than formerly not leave putty where the baby returned home Tuesday ing relatives hero. after visit- it &$d$4&$ tend paying. Here you have absolute assurance of getting not only the beat value in material and workmanship, but the smartest pattern effect, as well as style that is currect in every detail of fashion. high-clas- The coupons of mstmee tickets will be found to come In handy when you need a piece of cardbaard to place nnder the head of a tack. Do not grind coffee In the meat chopper or meat In the coffee mill. While either act may save you a few steps, tho result confuses the coffee drinker so that be wonders If he Is getting a ttew. MIm Thelma Maya returned home Sunday after a two weeks' visit with rtdatives near Fulton. The ladles Aid Soelcly will an ice cnwin supper Saturday night Kle Ladies Home Journal 1 at tho church. Everybody lulted Men's collars, whan worn out, can be qpened and bound together as a memorandum book which can be laundered each Monday. Explained. I said one day to the groceri The price of things U no high How do you and the butcher Expect the people to buy?" The grocer smiled and explained Itt "I think I can make you see; I can buy things from the butcher And he can buy things from me." As to Faults. Mrs. Suille Campbell returned home Tuidny from a two weeks' visit to her sister nt Scooba, Miss. She was accompanied home by her sister, Mrs Nan Kdmlston and daughter. Mott's Nervine Pills The great nerve and brain treat naent for men and women, produces strength and vitality, builds up the system and renews tho normal vigor For sale by druggists or by mall, l per box, 6 boxes for JO, Hickman Drug Co., Incorporated. SIDEWALKS CAN'T 8TAND HOT WEATHER. s cus; Let us show you, especially, the torn tailored "PECK" Summer Suits at Oc and 5c 1 NOW ON SALE AT c- $15 to $25 - Nothing like them in town. SOFT COLLAR SHIRTS NEGLIGEE SHIRTS COOL UNDERWEAR COOL UNION SUITS BREEZY SOX WARM NECKTIES Chanticler Neckwear Fashion's Latest Fad 50c Baltzer & Dodds D. fi. (INCORPORATED) f o. When a man says that he knows he has his faults, he means thnt he dares you to discover one In'hlra. The unmarried roan blames his faults on his friends; the married one blames bis on his wife. The average man wfll select his principal fault, develop It and perfect It, and then expect people to call It eccentricity. It makes roost men angry to be Tho averngo woman's Idea of ngood charged with faults they do not pos- neiguuor is one wno senus bnex a sess, but It makes .all men nngry to littlo moro than sho borrowed. be told or faults they know they have but think are hidden. Buy KvorybodyB Coffee from tho boys next Thursday and Friday and An Error Rectified. help them get tho'r baseball outfit. From the Helpful Hints Magazine: While the regular answers-tquerTho best flour ever brought to ies editor was laid up with the grip Hickman Uulto'i Excellence and Aulast week hlB place was filled by one of the bookkeepers. We trust this tumn Leaf each sack guaranteed will explain why Mrs. R. M., who Travis. asked how to take an Ink stain out Tho noxt examination for a cerof a carpet was advised to eat it slowly, taking 30 bites to each chew, tificate to practlco medicine in '.his while Mr, O W , who asked for a Stato will bo held at tho Armory, In as to fletcherlzlng roast beef, Louisville, Tuesday, Wednesday and was told to pour milk on It for an Thursday, July C, 6 and 7 noxt. hour, then scrub It with a solution This examination ulU include every sum aoia. sect who desire to practice tho heal The Hickman rur to will sur ing art In any of Us branches, and prise you in the matter of low prices Is designed to protect tho peoplo and good goods. Don't take our word from Ignoranco and Incompetency In but come and see for yourself. tho treatment of disease, o n lit TTTTTTTTTTf E. R. Ellison CASH STOII.E3 One of those hot days Inst week, tho concrete walk between tho resl tlonco of W. A. Ushor and tho now Lemon cottago on North flth street, exploded about one o'alock In tho nf tornoan nnd the noise was heard two or threo blocks away like the sharp crack of n pistol. I Regular services nt tho Mothodlst Quite a number ot side walks have church next Sunday mornlnc nn.l exploded In various parts of the conn ovonlng. Preaching by tho pastor. try during this hot weather, nlarm Miss Itubyo Hnller, of St. Louis, Ins the neighbors. Mnyfleld Messen who has beon visiting Mr. and Mrs gor. Henry Travis, Is visiting In Martin. Miss Inoz Parker left Friday for Holly Springs, Mis., to spond sov oral months with Mrs. K. A. Johnson Mrs. Clara Johns and children havo returned to Corinth, MIsa , after a visit to her mother, Mm. Clara Oiitton. I o I your I.. T. JACKSON, Prop. u the only Klvctrlo went to Charleston from here sago tu the they limo nicest Imlti rooms,Mm ev city, tho new Wednesday night to see about tho urythlnifyour nnd comfortable, and solicit s share of bualliest. proposed drain that is to bo dug to Give Them a Trial Jamus llayou. All White Barbers llnrry Manuel, Joe Polhnnius, John And Good Ones llryunt, Clay llames, Will Dick and iulte a number of other Dorenn for several rennons tlioO K. descries patronage gen-tlome- n QTRA Y LOCAL NOTES seBi)f)0gfte1sijmjMaaftaftagiaasi No paper noxt wook. TAKEiKUT... T Our $1 and $1.50 Judge II. T Davis was In Mnyflold this wtwk Hlrknian'B Fourth will bo Bafo, If not sniie, this year. WlSmm ' - Cany With You this year on your vacation ?Sc the assurance that you are N$ going to take comfort, what- - SS ever else you do, and begin Jx at your feet. Buy Ilrent ordors tho Caurlnr Rent to J. U. Drent, ut Uay City, Ills. I J What hns becomo of tho proposition to oil tho Btreota of Hickman? Mliis Shnrron, of Memphis, Is visiting her sister, MUs Aimlo Shurron. I :lv : elk- ;: ""' '. 8 ,.-' "'' ' .. " V.... i .. rFffi, . ' - - Shirts for Men Beautiful Madras Cloths, printed or woven, all manner of patterns and color schemes, running from dark to light and if youre is a size, little or big, there's a shirt ;,, tf Jf.M HJT - -- a ' c : -- .- -,. . - . - x : " .. . ? . . " : ' ' "i : 8 night Senator MoHnory, of Louis-landied at Now Orluans Monday :ii " ' -;' rA:.v.:..;; " ''7 r'A: r- -. ' z- -t it ::. - ' tr 4W r k:; -- . Cloud bursts In Kantorn Kontucky Monday night did damage ostlmatod . ::: i- -t here to fit you. . : -:- : - : at $lm,oou Keep your eyo on tho real estato bargains In this papor. It may contain Just what you aro looking for. Tucker and wife will Saturday for Nashville and Lnwrcnrp-iMimTwin., to spend n few days e i. '. : :::-:-: I jS$ v,v Goodyear Welts King" Quality Shoes Tans, Gun Metals And Patents Wck now tin Win . L CHILD'S DRESS. i i M MILLET & ALEXANDER LifeA 'Ill I 'O ?T., I I Jk i..i..t "r r 1 l g Ucpuiy United 8tnta Marshal NVel, of Paduoah, has boon reappointed to his office for anothor four years. Kl-o- Practical Fashions Auto Runs Away, Car I 'I " ,!'T,X''l''"l"""r,"l''?i'',l'T!" Wrecked, Driver Unhurt Ilev 11. 3. Gelger, of the Episcopal church, had a narrow escape yesterday afternoon from being crushed to auto. Ho death under an was going up tho long hill, between the Methodist parsonage and Mrs. Ilandlo's home when ho thought he heard a knocking In the engine. Up on reaching the top of the hill, he cut off tho power with tho Intention of trying to locate the trouble, but unfortunately ho lacked a few feet of being on level ground and the car started back down the hill. He applied his brakes, but they failed to work and the englno was not running so there was no chance to check tho speed of the car. Tho only alternative in the emergency was to run the car Into the bluff. In attempting to do this, the car turned completely over, .Rev. Gelger Jumping Just in time to save himself and escaping with a few bruises. Tho machine; a Ford Is a new one which he received last week, but doesn't look It now. One wheel was smashed, wind shield, fenders, lamps and a number of other parts torn up. It will cost more than a hundred dollars to make tho repairs on tho car, but bo is doubtless thankful that It was no worse than It Is. over-turned Courier Want Column HATKSOne Cent per Word per Week Caah In AtUance. 't r"t" ?' Aik anyone who ever wore them. yf answer unci carry the goods. 2 The light plant will run only until 12 o'clock for three or four days on account of some repairs that are being made on machinery. Geo. I). Armllago, foreman of Courier, will )eae tonight for -i 'I" '? 'I1 "1 tTtTTT . e..a..e, WANTED: Horses to pasture Apply to Leo Page, near Urownsvillo. Good pasturo. O. K. 4 nice rooms over FOR RENT: Barber Shop on Clinton street. Harry Ellison. ltfc $3.00, $3.50, $400 Stylish Comfortable Good Wearing tho Wis., to spend tho Fourth und visit home folks. A well known lady of this city at- & Cool, Comfortable Barefoot Sandals for Misses and SJ Si Children. fy & Tla. s 8wa Or DOOY OH. Shoe& Store I E. C. RICE CO. A tempted to take her life Tuesday by swnlloHing au over-dos- e of morphine. The timely arrival of a physician saved her. Duspondout oxt 111 health Is asslgnod ub tho cause of her act. Campbell's United Shows Is one of the ckmnest and sparest organiza tions of the kind on the road. Everything considered, the alteudanco Has good and nil attraotlons worth the prlee obnrged. The town didn't go broke, as some predicted, and everybody enjoyed the fun. The local chapter U. D. C, undor whose auspices tho carnival campany played a week's engagement In this city, received 1S0 as tholr percentage of the gross receipts of tho company. Tlie amount allowed tho cent, and thoy exwas ten pect to apply It in the good cause of erecting a memorial gateway at the city cemetery. FOR SALE: A Victor Automobile, 20 h. p., two cylinder, four passenger touring car. good serviceable car at a b.irgtn. See Dr. J. M. Hub2 bard. WANTJ3D: White Oak Logs, write us for prices. Will also buy standing timber and white and red oak lumber. Louisville, Planing Mill & Hardwood Flooring Co., Louisville, G im Ky. ,1 A I DAILY DIET HINTS 1.X ALUIS DY AL- DIFFERENCE. ru4 B4Ulilt. CELLS DUlLT BUMEN. Food It assimilated only by which live an Independmt life (to a degree) In the bleed, and Join the organization of ime particular organ by tome proeeia of iclcetlen Influenced by the attitude of the Cello are built of albumind. men, though they oannet live well on albumen alone, Just as the growing chick needi not only the albumen In the white of the egy, but the lime, potath, magfat, phosphorus, nesia, aulphur, etc--, In the yolk all of vhlrh are in milk. The Albumen must be furniihed In aoelmilable form, unceagulated by heat (hard boiled milk will not long maintain tn Infant's existence) as as find It In meat or eggs (Uttle cooked) nuts and a reals. Nuts, not oeoked, as peanvta eoromonl are, .entire praln bread, . very slowly baked, entire rice and fresh' r the eh- -: or buttermilk best source of albumen. mya-tano- in. cell, the minute organism She Ho aweara horribly all the. year. He Hxeept on Now Yeara day then ho swears off. On Principle. "I havo oalld." said the candidate to Uw man with ta bulldos fasu. "tc kBow If 1 may oeuut en your Tote af tk& wtfuteR HMMWt . --Art a mqmenLT gTe1d iind-eA- t3 In vole- rr -m n. HwwIm.) 'r ii tiiKht. tw n Thursday evening of lnt work LI-v- Jpi yp)' Ton was given Ht Sulphur . bprings Park la honor of Mlaa Ah hmI mo Cliotik. of Pulton liit lunch vsan enjoyed. The gueeta wre Mr. ami Mm. Carl Schmidt, chaperons, MIbh Llverne Cheek, MUh-c- s Emma Tyler, taah Harry. 'lulh Klmbro, Haxol Johnson, llerlie Mae and Mngalco Illeo. Lillian Choate. s Marino llrown, Dottle DavliUait, Walker. Will llondurant. Swnyne CJus Aloxandor. Harry Millet. Prank Kuillh and Arthur Hols. Me-nr- nouw iv I wnmnKnl onuran urtnu. ask you somiitblng. Art jou Th favut schenio?' of Uils 'ore clectrlc-llghtln"1 am," said the candidate proudly; "In fact, I think 1 might say that I am one of tho prtm movers In tho im g Il l"p The trouble with most young mon that they do not understand the dignity of manual labor. They do that honors and fortune not may bo more readily gained outside learned professions than the In them, and that It Is Just as to swing a hnmmer or to hold a plow as It is to make a speech In court or to amputate it limb Tho lesson young mon should bo taught as early as possible Is that it Is not se muqh what a uau docs for a liv ing as how ht dots 11 Mid thaba Is hon-orabl-s- provemont" The bulldog man rolled up his sleeves and closed his list, whlah bulged llko a cabbngo. "Thon got off my doorstep," ho orlcd. "Get off while you'ro all In one 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 English pleco. I'm tho lamplighter." Kxohange. Railroad Agent R. B. Johnson and Express Agent R. M. Isler both reKSTREET AND NO fused to ship "Gip," the 320 pound STATE snako carried by the carnival company, and he was hauled to ColumOwens .Oscar bus by J. P. Leggato. Tho railroad Chas. Baird, Elzlo - -- . and express people bring plenty of tM. . t i. asw-. risr .a WnA.l.ln - ftV Titk. JaUgo Lowenr, Ujj '17 yar old ne Digs, Dick Henry, GllUm Kng havo snakes Into Hickman In Jugs but en Contributed J11.E0 . er-- x, , Rfc8?d gro;i13p- - seWiTSJuTilc ML9?U9L to carry any out. .cause In Judge Homley mBPUB- - aunrnr . 'i.-i.- i i... fall to serve, tw!dt; tuliM BVUIHJI 1UAI iXglEypt charg Thore will bo no moving pictures year Jbn a charge ,oft attempting to tho?pa7tr;vgfik' 'Mfi8! WHY NOT TRY T n wam Virnnrih Vf ir73 at the" Lyric unHlTittero Fourth.. rape Dr. E. G. Overby's little girl, Popham's J also colored, hns beeu released by S. M. Nalfeh and wife entertained ASTHMA REMEDY Judge writ? nylorvwaa In Fullon, order of tho prison commissioners. a bunch of hungry htugs at a chicken on business, Wedncsu.. G'ics prompt and positive relief In No request had been made for his supper and smoker Tuesday evening Hick-roa- n caso. Sold by Tho itv i in release, but tho prison authorities I is hardly necessary to say that Drug Co, price Trial Mrs. C. W Curlln and Mis packugo by mall, 10c. lommutcd his sentence for good be- - the occasion was thoroughly enjoyed bye Fleming were in Union City t6 Williams Mfg. Co., Props., Cleveland hnvlor. day. by those present. TOWN Paris Pattern No, 2737, All Beami This dainty little frock foi the very small child should be devel oped In sheer white batiste or naln sook. Tho full body portion Is gath ered and attached to the- - round yoki and princess panel out In one pleci of the material, and the full aleeves which may be long or short, accord log to taste, are gathered Into narron wristbands or armbands. The drew fastens at the center-baowith ven small pearl buttons, and the lowei edge la finished with a simple hem Miss Lizzlo Amberg will loavo SunThe pattern Is In K sizes H to I years. Tor a child of 3 years the dresi day on a month's visit to relatives requires JT4 yards of material 21 In Paragotild, Ark., Tlptonvllle and Inches wide, 2 yards 38 Inches wide oi May field. ITs yards 42 Inches wide. S. M. Nalfeh and wife will leave Saturday for Columbus to spend a SIZE.. TO. 2737. week with tho lattcr's sister, Mrs. NAME Jas. Jackson. Allowed k FOR SALE: One of Fulton county's best farms, five miles east of Hickman, on two public roads, switch and scales on corner. Liberal terms very little cash wanted. Mrs. C V. McDanlel, State Line, Ky. ltfc BROWNSVILLE ITEMS. Mrs. Ed Barnett, who has been quite sick, Is Improving. Services at Brownsville church Sunday morning at 11, by Rev. W. L. King. Claude Brown, of Oklahoma City, Is visiting his mother, Mrs. J. R. Bvown, this week. 3 I). J. A. McCarty and wife havo reafter turned to this vicinity spending a year at Hobart, Oklahoma. They arrived Weduosday. e If wo don't sell your real estate. It doesn't cost you a cent. If we do, It only costs you 2 per cent. The Courier Realty Co. t ro-ft- IITfT!HflTUTf!IHffI 3 "X in ' P1 ji I 4 1 Kentucky Fair Datea MaillBonvlllo, July 3 Henderson, July 26 196 G I days. day. dnyii. Lancaster, July Voraalles, August 273 days. Special Occasion. Visitor (In factory) Great Scott! ouve got so What precautions! much safeguarding apparatus hero that I don't see how you find sufficient -- nnm for your hands to worn. Managor It Is ratnr inconvenient, but yoio soa It is only tor one uay, Thn fnctorr Inspector makes his an nual visit this afternoon, so we'll have nil things baclc in snapo ngnin Puck. Couldn't Be Done. "Why don'1 you tako mo to bco this rolgnlng sensation, ChollyT" "AH tlio tickets aro In tho hands of speculators. "WbUT" "And thoy positively won't be no ceptwl at the door, uuirt yo Know. An Appeal to Reason. "You seem to have gotton your nlroly." boys Interested S..In'mythology Sln (Inn . il.Ai. "Yos; I oxpiauica io uium mm oules hold a championship." Wash Wear Good Clothes On Your Vacation f vv dnys. 8 C days. duys. Taylorsvilto, August days. I'nlontown, August Ilnrrodsburg, August 9 i days. Vancoburg, August 103 day. l.nwrenccburg, August 1C 4 days. Shophordsvlllo, August 173 days. Hrondhcnd, AugUBt 173 days. Ewlng, August 17 1 days. Shelbyvllle, August 234 days. London, August 234 daB. Krlongcr, August 244 days. Nlcholasvlllo, August 303 days. Pern Creek, August 30 t days. Hardlnsburk, August 303 days. Darbourvlllo, August 312 days. days. Ploronco, Scptombor days. Montlct'llo, Septombor I)anlllo, AugUBt Islington, August 33 94 96 'f5i?' - 7. The man who leaves home might j'ust as well realize that his appearance counts E Wial 1' for most in deciding the kind of people he will attract. The "Tailor-made- " man is distinguished by a natty, polished appearance that establishes his status among men, Let " lugton llornld. BRADLEY & PARHAM Iloslo Ross, n negro working for Harry Mntson, near Stato Line, was relieved of a big razor Tuosday night Roslo by Policeman John Wright. didn't want to attend tho carnival Falmouth, September 284 days. and It cost hlra $11.60 Kentucky Stato Pair, Loulsvlllo, unprotected to got by. Soptcrabor 126 days. ll PI IJJ 63 63 perfectly-tailoremake you a suit a perfect-fittinThe price will be eminently satisfactory to you. handsome fabrics. g, d, suit. Drop in today and look at the perfectly-stylis- h TT: -- wi eiraOsi ty A: v :h m - 2i Qr - --y,,.-.,, .. TV j, -j- j-. "'tJfMiJt S - .fc. i' i 11 Telephone 65 for Plumbing and KEEP THE KIDNEYS ELL. CiJOCK WITH SKELETON DIAL Health Is Worth Saving, and Somo Maket It Possible to See Time from Hickman People Know How Dlttanoe and Is of Much Benefit to To Savo It. Near-SlghttA-yomt Tinwork-JOH- N g cotton '. il- - !' Many Hickman peoplo take their lives lu their hands by neglecting the klduuyu when they kuow these orgau lived help. Sick kidneys are rosponsl bio lor a vast amount of suftorlug raid ill health, but there is no uouo to suffer nor to roinaiu lu danger when all diseases and acnes and pains duo to weak kldncjs can bo quickly and permanently cured by the use of Doan'a Klduoy 1'llls. Here is a lllck-ma- r citizen's recommendation. A. J. llunzlker, East lllckmau, Ky., Bays; "I cannot say too much in favor of Dean's Kidney Tills, as they had a beneficial effect upon my kid uuys. I suffered for sonib years from attacks of kidney trouble and at time thero was a dull acho across tho email of my back which made me miserable A short time ago I procured Doan's Kidney Pills at llelm & Ellison's drug store and through their use found o rellof." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c Foster-MllburCo., Buffalo, N. Y., eoIo agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's ai d take no other. en-tirn A clock by which even a person of poor eyesight can tell time the length of a big room Is that shown In the Illustration. It was designed by An Unusual Clock. HICKMAN WILL YET BE A RAILROAD CENTER. n? W L Whllu at Caps Girardeau attend lng the press meeting tho editor met Vice President Gray of the Krlsco, and talked with him in regard to securing a branch road. "1 have had a red line into Charleston for the past two years," said Mr. Gray, "and wo may make it yeL" We hope It will materialize. We lso met Capt Glboney llouck, who Is much Inter ested In a Charleston connection. There has been some correspondence with parties in this city, and Mr. llouck says they do not ask a dol lar'B donation, but only that this city take the bonds necessary to build the road, some 23 miles from Kelso junction, now- the terminus of the Houck road. He would likely run the road through Benton, Blodgett and Diehlstadl, then to this city, and would make a Hickman connection through East Prairie and possibly Annlston. Mr. llouck said that If ho could float the bonds he would not hesitate to build the road but that the bond market Is not in condition now to float them, and it would be necessary to raise the money locally. - a Missouri man, and it Is entirely proper that the timepiece should emanate from the "show me" states. The clock consists of a skeleton dial mounted on a stand. The numerals, which are large figures, stand out clearly against almost any background and the hands also show plainly. In fact, the positions of the bands alone will Indicate the hour of the day without putting the onlooker to the necessity of consulting the figures. Probably the most striking peculiarity of this clock, however, la the fact that there are no works to be seen. On one end of each hand is a watch movement and near the other end a weight, the two connected so that the hands are operated as they would bo In an ordinary tlmepleoe. The ease with which such a clock can be regulated and cleaned Is another feature. Cause of "Keel Water." The track of smooth water, or "keel water," stretching In the wake of a moving vessel la often noticed, but The effect Is not little understood. due to the Influence of oil on surface tension, though the stilling of the waves may be similar. Prof. a German investigator, has made some experiments with bodies moving on the water, and these show that the gyroscoplo action of the eddies or whirls left behind on each side of the vessel smooth out the smaller waves and give the calm, track that is so familiar. Tho large? and swifter the ship the longer aad broader la the smooth wake. Asl-hor- Then if A lawyer charges a man $to for 10 ple until ho hnles himself by General Washington, The man In ho makes mi Insignificant omission called upon Mrs. Hosb and in I mites conversation afterward (ircfe J. engaged her to make tho flag from slsts on lxiyltig It A doctor clmrgs or charges fc straight for throe ex j (ott tier's this design. Tho flag thon made Is l for a prencrlptlon and the patient tra copies, he Is a Htlngy careless old oumh who never now known tho world over as the snys. Oh. pshaw, Is that enough? Spangled Banner of tho Unltod An undertaker chrKi $100 for con gets any Uilng right and chargtm four Star The Fonrth of July, Stntos. There Is a striking rosom-bianc- ducting a funeral, and he la Just per times tho prico of city papers twice between tho doslgn of our fectly lovoly with eerybody Inside as large'. U may have been fitting that noise flag and tho arms of General Wash- and outelde the family. A man buy jollification, abandonmid general ington, and It Is bolloved by many n gold brick and niKilogtaM for not ment to "brag" were tho prominent Tho Hickman Fur. Co. will aur that the American flng was derived having blUen before An editor walk prise you lu tho matter of low prlci s features of tho Fourth of July of the from this dornldlc design. sum to fneu a mile In the hot boyhood of our nation, but we have and good goods. Don't taku our word of a death or wedding or a soeial eo for yourself. reached our manhood days now and function and spends three h on r writ- but conio and Fourth of July Revival. must put away the rattles and romps ing it up and tlls lie" praising peo of children, and consider and act as Tho revival of tho Fourth of Jul7 becomes those who have reached ma- la a sign of tho times. All over tho jority and from whom the world broad land tho Internet in the rightfully exports and demands man's patriotic foatlvnl in nwak performance and resulting good for enlng nnow. and this jear ewry suhumanity. able vllago in tho United States wlili Ask your doctor how' often lie prescribes nn alcoholic Thero are clouds overhead and con- tho possible exception of Hickman, stimulant for children, lie will probably say, "Very, very vulsions threatening under our feet will rosoond to the cracking of mlua Ask him and while we reverently roturn ture bombs which John Chinaman has I rarely. Children do not . need stimulating. . . lf 1 thanks to Almighty God for the past taught us to iibo for expressing our tow often he prescribes a tonic lor mem. nc win pron-abl- y we should carefully survey and con- Joy. Then ask him answer, "Very, very frequently." sider tho dangers that totlst oil the A now thrill of national pride . Sarsaparilla as a tonic for the about Aycr's grounds we must march over In the running thrrough tho people, and It young. Follow his advice. He knows. J7C7jtrCo.,UifUMau. future Is followed by a dwlro to manifest field of politics hns becomo a that pride. Fourth of July turiilnhn The firt great rule of healt- h- " Dally mo:mcnt of the bowel." Ak your itocturif The field of battle, and lu tho turmoil exactly tho chanco to Elve vent to Uil H not to. Then ak him about Aytri Pill. Sold for neatly titty yean. and strife nttondant upon any action tho feellug of exuberant energy the whero roan Is pitted against man, J mysterious tendency to xpansion, WILLIAMS KIDNEY PILLS. PILESI PILE8I there is neither tlmo nor Inclination and tho old fever. J lie to pay attention to any of tho nice- uncontrollable desire to "hear the Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will Have you ncflecttd your kidneys? ties which oil the wheels of social oaglo scream" nhowa that the nation euro Blind. Blooding and Itching IMea Have you overworked" your nervous progress; but In almost overy other knows Its strength and means to use It absorbs the tumors, allays Itching system and cauaeUt trouble with your department of social life wo find men It We menace nobody, but we iikmii at once, acta as a poultice, gives in- kidneys ami liUddor! Havo you pain regulating their conduct toward each to "gang our aln 8't" without pay- stant relief. Williams' Pile Ointment In lo'os, side, back, grolna and blad other with more regard for tho de- ing much attention to objection or la prepared for Piles and itching of LierT Have you a flabby appearance cencies of Hfo and the demands of obstacles. Sold by lllckwau of tho face, especially under tho eyes Use private parts honor. In politics alone do we find Drug Co. HOc and 1 WllUamVMfc. Too frequent a desire to pass urine? Co , Props . Cleveland, Ohio. cruelty, falsehood, monnnoes tho rule What to Teach Girls. If so, Williams' Kidney Pills wltl cure rather thau tho exception. Every nli.ht jkftbo Lyric. rou Hlckraar l)ms Co Prloe Ma Teach thtm to spend within their corrupt use of money for the income. The purpose of controlling diectlons haa and ,ndury. grown to such huge proportions and has become so open and flagrant, thai Teach them Uiat good health jsrtd the moot careless citizen must ac- bright fneo Is better thafiiuir mm knowledge It, and the fact must or metis. should alarm ovory man who prtaec Toach UieiRlrtiw to purchase and Institu- see thatftfaeeount talltea with the safety of our country tions above the success of any one puoehase. Sj individual or party. Success is par Gio your glrla a thorough edura chased with a prolific oxpondltjf of tlon. Teach there to cook and pre jWj money, which could bo secured In no pare the food of the houaholil J"S other way. and In direct opposition S Teach them to waah. to iron. o to public opinion and against the desires and wisbos of a largo majority darn stockings, to sew on buttons to Ljjj 1 companlcd o gt Alcohol to Chifldrenl till non-alcohol- ! o i 0&&N8 'h'Jg ! UNION CITY! i 1 i JUIsIT " 4th The Greatest Celebration ever acen in this section. He was positive .1 Ml?f materially assist in the matter If our people show proper Interest, and It Js certain that Scott county points benefitted would take part of the bonds. We would like very much to secure this connection with the bridge and ultimately with St. Louis, and understand that negotiations arc now being made by tho Burlington to take over the Houck roads, which may or may not be consummated. Charles ton Courier. that tho Cape would Material for Flying Machines. for flying machines and airships Is a kind of reinforced paper, and is claimed by the Oerman Inventors, Dr Wagner and Herr von Radlnger, to be exceptionally light and strong. It ia made of paper, raw silk and other fabric bound tip with steel wire. The product Is stated to be inexpensive, proof against fire aad damp, and is expected to prove serviceable for a variety of pur poses. A test of it is being made is an airship now being built at Stettin. A novel material Souvenirs of gDMK your-ieif-wi- th ;g i f REE TO EVERYBODY A Blaze of Glory, Wonderful Feats Great Sights, More Novelty, More Variety Most High Class, Most Entertaining of all Celebrations. Your Trip '5 ! h t YOU WILL YIELD To Lydia E. PinkhanTs Vegetable Compound Bloomdale. Ohio, "I suffered from erriblB headaches, pains In my back .M.. , -t : New SUree Invention. Interest among printers haa been aroused over the dally usebr, tn8 Pittsburg Press ofja tables are entirely eliminated from the process and methods In the mechanical department practically revolutionised ifiatrix that are really interesting are the ones you make a Kodak. Get a Kodak and make pictures of your own. A Kodak costs but little and the pictures less. Kodaks $1.00 up. Catalogue free. 12 BIG CIRCUS ACTS 12 g JZ5 i Professional, Vaudeville and Circus Performers in COMICAL, SENSATIONAL, THRILLING FEATS jj jg I Can't Work your daily work, and are tired, discouraged and miserable, take Cardul, the woman's tonfc Cardul Is prepared for the purpose of helping to regain their women strength and health. Not by doping with strong drugs, but by the gentle, 1 i HELM & ELLISON . make their own drosses. Teach them to wear a calico that Is paid for with more comfort than a silk one which 1 still owing. 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Men elected to responsible positions by a confiding or leader-drivepeople barter away their honor and manhood for a paltry Bum of money and vote for men 'nnd measures in open violation of thojr souse of duty and against both their conscience and judgment; and sell thonisolvea body nnd soul, to n wealthy aspirant for exalted honors, or soulless corporations bent upon public plunder. This Is no fancy picture drawn from the realms of Imagination, but a stern, unpleasant truth, seen even through tho flowing flng of Independence Day, and forcing Itself upon tho thinking mind while ears are filled with tho oration roared forth by somo politician who is glorifying "our country" nnd himself. n I Piece Military Band rMi. uy viu cu:. C1...1 amuc Lriiia i... rJ juiuicu, win cut D.l Athletic Sports and Contests 30 So 01 GRAND STREET PARADE 1 y I Delmo yj MAGNIFICENT FIREWORKS nctcr. 8TEPS TAKEN FOR REMOVAL OF QUARANTINE. Steps toward tho removal of the uuartntlnc against sheep. In pnrt. and tho ultlmnto stamping out of tho entirely In Kentucky, wero taken up laBt Tuesday at a meeting of tho Livestock Sanitary Hoard, recent ly created by tho legislature. Tho board declared a quarantine of the national government, but It found that many of tho counties aro exempt" AS ed from tho state quarantine, nnd tho United States Department of Agriculture will be asked to lift the !S quarantine from tboso counties where tho sheep aro not affected by tho scabbies. At present tho national quarantine applies to every county In tho state, even though there are no sheep with scabbies in those coun ties. dls-eas- o The Great Dare-Dev- il In his thrilling Slide for Life and Death Defying Drop Act thro Fire and Smoke v MANY OTHER FEATURES NO PAID ADMISSIONS I Where the Flan Was Born. houso still The small standing at 230 Arch streot, below Third, Philadelphia, has an interesting history. 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