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Tvm'Mjt yrnr nvo. n OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCY This Paper Always Stops when your time U out. we dont believe In forcing n on anyone faper do not want to in I b a copy, keep the tubtcrip-tlo- n paid up. A notice of expiration Is Riven here IS days ahead with No I'irftDlloiD tii llil amount for n imniT tlmt Klc nil tlin county ami ILM pnMr rout f. .Niimnii la it Jrrnr MMir itmiH'iiu t(H THE HieKMftN COURIER. j m Local News Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, iMry improvement milled to Insure 1911 ti Number 12 A Blue Mark several lioalH In Ibo I rail o within a One of Hickman's Busy Scenes, lomparnllvoly Hhort lliui'.'' hfiu-fl- t TIiIb llni' will ho of Rrt-a- t lo llli'kinnii hIiIpihtp, uml iIhth Ih It in roiortel from a rllalii lltlhtlniiKor of tin- - company IhiIiik pniint that tin- famous Diamond Jim "frurn out" hy Hh coiuptliorM. r Hlfiuiixr will untur the lint of riv-M liiii' New Orleans Irwin huh wtvik roi.i kmIjiv. and tin flrtt boat will nr SERIOUS RUNAWAY rlvi at IlKkiiinn I'rldny wiwk llm Occudnnts of Buggy Thrown tut r QmIikj Out and Qadly Bruited. 'I ti. ii v, through rvl'o will hu ii i, niilily fur Hi'1 flrt mouth or two, Jiiiihm oltj family uiaro ! !r-tin ii two other ImhiI will lx avntlfriiililfiiiHl I'rliluy innriiliiK nml rnuie nl I for Min trade. with Andy ClnywWI ami . rd, who la l Uii head of ran t)Mi the frpfjaiit lltlli Attrik.lomM, IhrnwIiiK thrni Ixitb nnp.nn lit YffhlrlA. .Mr. ClaywllK out of tli i, ii t of Hi'- nifHinw lwul nrnrty Al LI n nunil for ll Initial trip. left arm wan hmlly apmliiftt and Un Milnli-i- l Unit Imltai'M ahout h I'i f in ri.' h mill, would he r hiiHilml on nil rum far ami hody ami n aprHliifd anklf i i ijBBBBBBBBBBBaBSBBBBBBBBBBBaMattMadlHttftMMS' h i' BBBBI I nun i hat lii mI i offered hy roll Tht iifldilnnl hnppHiird nMir lht Kf ixjrini inn i flniiir hoinf Aflor Hit two hoya w.'.t. ,it not nliiwfthrr dependent thrown out Hit marc ran over an iM'iwa-Mt. l.oiila aim tKitikment, niilli of tin UtfliiK'T rt ir ' isii.-Ginning cotlon at C. S. Driver's gin. The fleecy staple Oil. una fur the KiirtffMi of our Idenii. nml Imiku hrr la. TIip mil -n arrange- - nml wiih put out of liHr mlftmry .Sunmi imv moil" is now coming in, and is one of the agricultural resources Hln v,jh day nlKht with I'liloroform. i mill nil tin- - prtHiipni rniinwim ii Hickman the best business town in the nl C'iIihkii for through m ronaltli'ri'il mift anil kiiIIi, hut l which help to mnke r k' ! nml freight IiIIIh of hid- - IhoiiKhl lo havo bsroiuo fiiHhltmeil United States. ft t i i ki IrfiiiM to principal iHilntH fit a Hill nlr kuii whlith Allou flour-tnlif4ih ' si thr Miaaellppl Jowl at the time alio Htnrted lo rtror lo New run. Ori .iii ' In - IEW BOAT LINE Diamond Joe Doata Start this Trade Sept. 14th. j An Early Shipment of New Fall Suits Styles that will surely please every lady. Plain and shawl collars, mannish sleeves, panel back skirts. Colors gray, black, brown and fancy mixtures. Prices from y - inN-n- - i m It V iB ifit, w ) i0 . il Ii. n.ud iliiii tin- - bii4nji I n f hail kIvhii Ui undarlnk. MARRIAGE LICENSES lie i . t iiitHirnKPHMnt ami vnil Granted In Obion County, matitifnttiiri-rliml arraiwd to ship Since Our Latt Itiuc. iry, roiiklKimii'lilit. Tim onmliiMrelal orK.uilxatloiMi of New OrfMtHM henrtl- ly mlorx l the movriwnt, ami have J. C. Wall ami Ma HffiOhnL Cotton la rolling ntr.ihiil i Miration when the Art If Vmleii nml Uila Wbltlnck. , on her maiden trip. .... County and School arriv J. P. Kt'ulli and Aniilti Hlnufh'td. " i" nr Ki!ii. ' ,111 Wi hair tifioritiincd to develop I'arrtiin Owtiik and Klla riilmiiau. Taxi now and Havo o!t. hU office (Iforo rlinllh ami lllrdle Cilitrw. wh.il wi himin the way of find Sheriff Joluisoii at KluhhlffMd ami Mnry Hum lllikuiaii Hank & Tnmt thrum h water traiiNirlallnn." nay IIiikIi AihIithoii nml Mlldnil .itil fii-- lonflili nt that our I ..in wim until mad at what ffi.r''. w.ll In prodm in obtaining nhould rotu riL y about him Cnurlur Wm-a nay or Uali tlmnkrt llirt-fi till ' lilt- HOWHpapiirH KIIUW UIIOIll mm of M i lnlrt a Local ffr Chats School bogliiH tbo ISth. $16.50 to $32.50 i... - Ii-- ('. i' 1 keopa ou .... ii.. DO coimmerumu growing 110 Aln. hv (In linn, thi! Domocrallcoou- 'ontlon uiootH noxt year. If Wooilrow ....Wilson Will ot New Silks First of all the new silks have already come, and more are arriving daily. They are in greater variety of colors and designs, and more beautiful than we ever remember them. -- l ti.' ti - Wright, of MorganKy.. returned homo Sunday aflor a two wookH visit to relatives tn thlrt oily and Columbus, Ky. MIsh Iona flold. milipri-KMi-- i 1 HART SCHAFFNER & MARXl ., , GOOD fhP3H1S'nJ Wrllo this down where you'll boo Idl It ovory day. Tho tlino to draw bus- luiiuorouH yoiing intii kl Sixlctn . - ..,,1 e.1? inOHHlll WIIOII you wum !...! UUBlllcoa, uuu napHil u hrltlKUBrooni nftwr uto MJit w'lii'ri'yDu havo more buslnefla thu hiildtf .i II, -. ....r.tnwniv h ... ........... uliiirunnoii Kail than you can tend to already, ll, ..in :irri)8tvd. TllOKO I. ...I havo tho right hlua. woint-i- i l'arcols ihmI service will bo tho .l";. ac foaturo of Postmaster Oenonilllltch-cock'Mm (loo. M. IUish and chlldri-rocommeiidatlou to Congress AUkh (nmiMiiti'il 'r hlrtlor. plan ot tho Wright, to bur homo in Morganflold, noxt IK'ooinbor. It la tho Bieiid a few department lo begin the service on Ky , whom nho will wroka vlHltlng ndatlvcH and frlonds. rural routes. n U-on- s New Fall Hats v Mrs. 1,. O. Smith and mother, Mrs. K. A. Mllchiill and wlfo ruluniitl nii-ii- i fruiii Uwuiniboro. Ky., Joe Harmon, ot UyorsburR, Tenn., u..i..r.i.i who'wert) tlm gueslH of Mrs. Q. M. and otbnr poInlH. whoro llioy have IIiihh bust week, loft Friday for ii-Tli- ty boon on a two wcvkh wuuuihk lllok-iiiaTenn., to visit relatives bo- will make llmlr homo u foro returning home. t i. ..ii ..nf.1.1 , i.iiiiii. The Millinery department is showing ar all the new things in ready-to-wefelt hats for ladies and children.- - The onbbaxo. ufactiiro thoy are ing boor, Ih bourT" A in' hu nut on thu huliihlii - ,...- Long uiuployod In tho inan.- ot sauerKraiiL aim ih". wild to bo capable of makllunco tbo impilry."What Homo people never hand in an Hem of" iiewH for publication, but If wo happen to iiiIku un item in which they aro Interested they aro sure to hand us a north pole staro that would freeze tho liver of 'a polar bear. summer hat is looking out of place. Buy one of the popular ready-to-wear- s. IF youVe enough interested in fine clothes to enjoy looking at them, we want you to know that we're enough interested in fine clothes to enjoy showing them. We've got them to show, too ; the new Fnll weaves, colors and patterns; the new mod- els and smart fashions from Hart Schaffner & Marx, just in; just opened up for the use of our friends and customers. profotisor of the govurnmoiit wuutbor dopariniont wuv that lbe liftiwo of tbo hot woalbor la hot air. Wo arc much obllgod to lilm for Ihlu valiiablti Information, for wo novur would "a tbunk" of It. Kvorotl, tho CI exchango says that "tbo will bo minus corset, puffu ami wllj wear her hair partod." We would like to know bow this "guy" got "noxt" to all these radical changes contemplated by the fair An (ihl SH1TH & AMBERG The Huffalo gnat has beeu fixed by Henry Carman, a government bacteriologist and entomologist, 8 ae tho means of spreading tho disease, pellagra, which has been claiming many lives in the mounMr. Cartain regions of Kentucky. man has been conducting investigations at solicitation of the state physicians. upon uiys-t"iloii- . They're so good these clothes that they dont really cost rnuch; there's true omy in buying them. Select yours now ; buy it when you're ready. Suits $20 to $25. Overcoats $18 to $25 econ- Some of Hid upper bottom farmers J. llainmoiiH, of Statf Mno, was paina horiro say that thoy havo made an absolute fully Injiind I'rliluy whon crops. Tho'cot-to- n tuiiililoil and foil, throwing tho boy failure in their corn crops out In tho State Lino falling on hlni. lo tbo ground and also said lo he very poor, havwan brokon. I IU loft anklu bono ing been ruined by tho drouth. Iaiw-o- r "Iloiiw for botlom planters report cotton the Tbor aro vory-fo- w limit" slgiiH to bo Boon In Jllckuinn. 'best yet." . That Is proof ot growth and prospor-ItvC. I,. Clark nml family havo moved but also an Indloatlon that morn from Oaktou to Hickman, and will provided for tin) homt'ii ought to bo probably make this city their future pooplii who iniivo boro, If JioiiHuH home. Mr. Clark Is ah old Hickman y roiilil bu ruutoil. A number of boy, but has boon In the mercantile and aUractlvo coltagos that fan bo business at Oakton until a few days rmiti'd at a reawinablo flguro la what ago, when ho Hold his store. vlclu-llJVaro yuar old lion of W. snx. The Dau Robinson show made an assignment for the benefit of creditors at Morganfield, Ky., Friday, The liabilities were given at $4400 whi'o the owners ot the show say It Is valued at $100,000. Dack salaries for performers are said to bo the cause of the usalgnmeut. vo Hood. Other makes $10 to $18.50. Smith & Am berg roinplalnt has roaohi'il tbo Courlor rogardlng tho giving or half tbo road In casu of an ntitoinobllo ftn-I- n up buhlnd a U'lim. Tho partloH claim that whon thoy conio up bohlnd a follow Willi a team bo stubbornly rofusow lo glvo any of tho road, no mattor if thore In plonty of room to turn out. Now tbo law reoognlf.PS tho right of bulb (bo man with tho loam and tho man with tho auto and Hhould bo rospoctod. lliono rlht g Thoro aro plonty ot mon who aro auloH who Hhould bo driving ox tcniiiK and vloo versa, but all niun Hhould not ho troatoil that way. Tbo law nay that when a man I over-tako- u by a faster voblclo, tho man driving tho nlowor voblolo shall turn out and glvo half of tho huatoti path and tho auto la horo to stay. Thoro aro alxmt 120 oiiIob In tho county and uioro arriving ovory week. Somo inn-nln- The new telephone line has been completed to Mabel, Ky. Parties havHotter keep on taking tre a little ing Homo phones now get this serwhile and never mlud , about get- vice free. Thore are ahout eight ting out the blankets till the goose-Lon- e phones ou the new line. says so. Why not use dustless coal for cook-luWhen you pull down tho town In We know our buslneas and do our A. A- - Paris has the real article which is your home, you aro pulling at the right price. down yourself, nml when you build work right. Whlto Bros. up you aro building up yourself and your neighbor. Try and banish from your mind tho mistaken Idea that all good things aro away off In some other tooallty. fllvo your town all the praise It can legitimately bear. It certainly will do you no harm and Nashville, Tenn. Sept. to will cost you nothing; and above alt patronize your homo Institutions. g. Tennessee State Fair l ! Spcnklng of the Hickman Pailucali prt)Mscd railway probably touching Union City tho Commercial says. "In any event Union City will glvo tho warmest reception to tbo projector of tho Kentucky Southwestern Rlectrlc Hallway and stand ready lo moot any reasonable proposition that may bo made. Wo are in the market for any thing good and wo have tho money to pay for it." Round Trip from Hickman over N. G. & St. L, - S5 30 18 23 Tickets on sale daily Sept 16th to 23rd. Good until Sept. 25th, 1911. The Greatest Fair Ever Held. Do Not Miss It. R. B. JOHNSON, Agent N. C. & St. L. Ry. rtfc I j - -. At- Jt (F KENTUCKY STATE NOTES Interesting Items From Over the State. Do You Ever Wonder When you get home with n bottle of medicine do you ever wonder how much care was taken in compounding it, who prepared it, did they use the right ingredients and did they use the right quantity? These are quite natural questions for anyone to ask, but they are safely answered in every bottle of medicine you get here. Helm & Ellison J) SHOPMEN ARE JFOIINE THAT BE AVERTED. DELAY STRIKE Triple HOPEFUL MAY Illinois Central Employes Ask Further Conference After Demands Are Refused. Chicago, Sept. 4. Notwithstanding by railroad officials to ileal with any General federation of shop employes, labor leaders In Chicago were Inclined to believe, that ne etrlka was Imminent For the employes, sentiment was voiced by Secretary Kramer of the International Brotherhod of Blacksmiths and Helpers. He said: "It can be truthfully stated that negotiations are still pending. Until peace efforts have caused I see no reason tor forecasting results." Referring particularly to tho situation on the Illinois Central, Kramer Plated Knives i a stamped refusals & list longer throuch harder service lain anr other because thcr hive a round beltltr. luch does awar with shira corners (where blade Is joined to fundlej here car Is constint in J hardest This is but one ol many notable leaturcsol WR06ERSBHB: knives, which rive Ultlnj service an J utisliction. Numerous patterns are ottered in this limous Silver Plate that W'tan. " Sold by leading dealers esenuhcre. Send lor cat- showing all alotue "O-L- " Frankfort Statistics relntlvo to tho leading crops for tho state of Ken , tucky, collected at tho thirteenth aro contained in an olllchil statement luued by Director Durand. Tho Wading crops of the stnlo for 1909, ranked In the order of valuation, tobacco, J5O.44S.00O; Corn, wcro: hay and forage, $10,306. W9.8C9.00O; 000; wheat, JS.S12.000; potatoes, nnd oats. 1,21S,000. From 1S99 to 1909 corn increased Start117.0S3 acres, or 3 C per cent ing with 3.021.17G acres In 1879, corn fell by 1SS9 to 2.9C0.382, roeo by 1899 to 3.319,257. nnd ngnln by 1909 to Hence, during tho thirty year period corn has mado but slight Increase. Tho total yield In 1909 was 83,338.024 bushels; tho nvorngo yield per acre, J 14.70. For tho docado ending 1909 tobacco Suowed nn Increase of $84,990 acres, or 22.1 per cent. The total yield In 1909 was 39S.482.301 pounds; tho average ylold per acre. SIS imiiiiuIs; tho merago valuo per acre, $84 85 Between 1899 and 1909 hay and for-ng-o showed nn Incronso of 2S3.238 acres, or 41 6 per cent; average valuo ncro J10.G5. Wheat In tho decade from 1899 to 1909 decreased 749,704 acres, or C2 4 per cent Tho aorago yield per aero was 13 bushels; tho average valuo per aero. J12.95. During tho docai.o prior to 1909 potatoes Increased 18.590 acres, or 60 per cent The aggregate yield In 1909 wns 5,120,141 bushels; tho average yield per aero, 92 bushels; the average valuo ler acre, J48.S5. period deOats during tho creased 142.275 acres, or 44 9 per cent Tho total yield In 1909 was 2,40t.oC4 bushels, the average yield Hr acre, 14 bushels; tho average value per acre, J7 Tho cereals had an aggregato acreage of 4,323.702 acres In 1909. as compared to G.0S5.529 in 1899, n decrease of 7C1.S27 acres, or 17.C per cent ceu-sus- THE GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE BBSSSH lr ton-yea- r a 11. kwrMi,inbMBJrW..aVB I . V i, BBBBB BBBBBW I w r- - I -- fCSJB I LBsrl'r,aP!ri-JI---l.xl- 1 sH BBBBB B ' II lj f 1 tBSsV'BsVMBVRVBBBSBB'Bl'fl I KMm Ta ( " 6 ucsujm r J tuuecst ntTusii co. (.Intfluuiooil mine "Wo believe that we shall be sucM(ran.CM. maintaining poaco. In askcessful In ing President Jlarkhara for another conference, it Is our purposo to present to him additional reasons why NEW COTTON GIN It would be advisable for the comTo be Ready For Business pany to deal with a tederaUon of Its In About a Week. mechanics. "While the International officers now In Chlcnco have full nuthorltv to The new cotton gin being built at direct matters as they see fit. It li t ; the Intention to conUnue to uso con Ledford by S. O. Latta and E. Hlc. ciliatory tactics." I'rohldunt and of the C. M. & Q., and C. T. ltotulurnnt. GROCERS ASKING TERMS will bo ready to receive cotton In a week. If their present plans Southern Association Would Compro- are carried out. Tho gin is uptorfate In every inSuit, Though This mise Antl-Truspect, using the Minuter system with Fact Is Strenuously Denied. four stands nnd 100 h. p. boiler. Washington, Sept 4. Department Marshall Wilson will buy cotton, of Justice officials say the govern- and Mr. Bondurant Informs us that ment has recelwd repeated offers of ho will pay tho highest market price. compromise from counsel of tho All tickets will bo paid by T. A. Southern Wholesale Grocers' association, whose president, J. H. McLaur-la- . ItMlford In Hickman. This gin will declared In Jacksonville, Fla., that prove of great convenience to cotton there are no negotiations ponding by growers of that section, and will no which the association will submit to diluht do n good business. the government's terms in the antl trust suit against the concorn. Ed Costlck, a young man living a The government's prosecution.whlca began In June, 1910, In the United Tew tulles east of Fulton, fell nnil r, States circuit court for tho northorn broko his leg Saturday. ' district of Alabama, according to " Leonard Mayweathor, a negro 27 torney General Wlckersham's report. "Is based on evidence Indicating that years of age, living at Water Valley, the members of that association had vent suddenly insane a few days aso attempted to control the business of and on account of his dangerous conthe southern Btatos In groceries and dition was ordered confined at Hop other necesarles of life and to pro ktnsville Tent manufacturers from selling to other wholesale grocers than mem. kers of the association." aid: Will Investigate the Companies. Vice-preside- nt Health and acoldent Insurance com panies doing business In Kentucky aro to bo Investigated carefully by (' W. Bell, state Insurance commissioner, as a result of discussion of these com-panics at tho recent national meeting of lnsuranco commissioners at Milwaukee. Mr. Bell says It was found that many of tho companies have been shaving claims and havo been defrauding the policy holders. Tho Investigation will show which companies aro paying the claims and which are not X'SssfSPH i t 1 in rL II 1 KzXBBBBBBV am'tVtlasssssBf . bbbbbi t. jIbbbbV 1 JVSt-VjaBaaVBaf- V st ' Capt. Morrow Reports. Capt Charles H. Morrow, of the regular army, who has been detailed for eervlco with tho mllltla of Kentucky as Instructor, reported at tho capitol l for duty. As neither the adjutant nor the governor was In Frank fort ho could not report to anybody Ho expects to make his headquarters In Louisville with thefFlrst regiment Capt Morrow has frfthds In Frank fort, as ho Is from Somerset and has visited horo several times. Ken-ora- O. . 7 bbbU IBB&rZvBtTrCCuJBBBlllB TsH bbV: fcfci ' ibbIIIIIIII.iiIbIH bbHUH bIbbHibMbI bUH EKh tttKl.B SSSBnaJlBBBMBBBWlBHt bUH bbbbbbbbbbV bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb! At--',- Collected Money For State. Auditor's agents who hnvo been J working under tho present administration aro engaged In making their reports to fllo with tho nudltor Tho auditor will uso these reports In making his own report to tho loglslaturo and the main purjKise Is to show that tho auditor's ugents have collected a largo sum of money for tho stnto. Frank P. James, stato auditor, says tho reports will show that half a million dollars has been collected by tho auditor's agents during tho past four years from delinquent taxpayers and officials. Reports from the bedside of Judge John Lockctt, first assistant attorney general, are that bo Is Improving slowly, but surely, and that he soon will bo ablo to be brought back to his home. In Frankfort For weeks It was thought that thero was no chnnco for the recovery of Judgo Lockctt, but now It Is thought that ho will recover his normal health unless some unfor-sco- n complication arises. Upper Garrard. John Wnddoll was wounded, tho contents of n shotgun entering his body. Isalnh Foley was lodged in Jail, charged with having dono tho shooting. Tho gross receipts for railroad com panics doing, business In Kentucky for the last fiscal year wer Jfi.602,088 greater than the preceding year, as tho gross receipts for last year amounted to J4C.788.004. Thero was n gain of J3.377.649 In tho not receipts of Inst year over tho preceding yoar. The total valuation of tho mllcngo owned In this stnto by nil railroad companies amounts to J50,975,971. Tho total mileago 1b 3.C25.9I3. Miss Until Porter, of Marvin 8chool Clinton, In company with her Instnu Prof. John Nichols, irwain the Mississippi river ut Coluiiibiirt Sua day, In almost record time, wlillo tho walur was unusually rough and flecked with wiiltecaps. After swim-niln- g nearly across she turned upstream and swam for a quarter of a tulle through an eddy that was rough Just to got moro In battling with the waves. IS THE BEST RANGE MONEY CAN BUY It will last longer, bake better, heat the water hotter, in fact, it's in a class to itself Husband If you want your wife to have the best, get her a Majestic bbbMbbbbVbbVMbbVbbbbVbbbVMbbbMBjVbbWbbVH bbbbsbbVbbbbbVbVbbbbbbbVbVbbbVbbbbb GIRL FLIES MILE A MINUTE Mies Harriet Qulmbly, an Eastern Las, Breaks- - U. S. Reoord for Women Aviators. New York, Sopt 4. Dy flying a mile a mlnuto In a 50 horsepower machine at the Mlncola aviation field, Miss Harriot Qutmby broko all records for speed by a woman aviator In America. Miss Qulmby mado tho flight in practicing for the ascent she Is to make at the Staten Island fair at Dungan Hills. She flew straight away across country Ave and a half mllou la slightly less than Ave and a half A Good One! minutes. The machine that she used was tho one in which Johnstone broke tho endurance record last month by remaining In the air 4 hours and 13 minutes. p i ' gprlngdeld, IIU Sopt, 4. Major John B. Bacon, chief clerk In the state treasurer's office, died hero. Ho to Gen. John T. was an Morgan of Alabama during the Civil war. Tipton (Mo.) Man Kills Himself. Tipton, Mo., Sept. 4. Green Martin, 68 yoars of ago, killed hlmsolf pear here with a target rifle. Arrangements had been made to take him to tho usylum. Ho Is survived by a wife and four grown children. of Gen. Morgan Dies, bbbsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsbbbbbVbbbbVbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb The customers that come back because are the ones that count it proves they have been satisfied with the shoes we sell and want more of the same make. PACKARD8 For Men will bring them back not once, but every time. Phone 185 and for a trial order of our iluflMess cooking coal. No alack; no big lumps. Prepared especially for. kitchen use. A. A, Farls. HICKMAN HDW. CO INCORPORATED mmmmzz&sm Bradley fr Parham. K ,, rp&j We Can Deli ver high grade tailored-to-ord- er INTERESTING SIGHT Laying of Mattress To Protect Bird's Point. HOW TO BUY A HOR8E Practical Hints on Selecting A Useful Animal. clothea for 30 to 50 per cent lcsa than the average tailor ha to charge for clothes of equal quality, because our famous Chicago tailors, Thm-Hutto- n Rrgutar No. 76 existence, employ the most skilled cutters in the world, and buy their woolens in enormous quantities direct from the mills. Sad, Ed. V. Price & Co. operate the largest crtab- t 11 liahmcnt or its kind in hi Call on tit today lor conclusive proof of our claim and u maatur jroti for a ault to bo mads at you want It. Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co. INCORPORATED -- Tho Sovornl Iilckmanltes are taking ad In a first things always to consider horse nre his feet und legs, for It vantage of thu opportunity to seo the Is clear 3VTXT3I3XjI3TWT VTNHJg that oven If ho were absogovurment fleet and experts "lay a lutely perfect In other respects ho inattreim" ut Birds Point, a few utiles would be uf'llttlo valuo if anything by buying direct from the Mill. I manufacture the best shingles in the nbovo Hickman. This fleet consists were the matter with his feet or legs, State. All are almost half an inch thick, and guaranteed. of tin office boat with quarters for the nays David Iluffuin In tho Saturday Best engineering force, u large two deck livening Tost. HN feet should bo symquarter boat , pile driver, a siuull metrical lu shape and neither too deep " " nor too Hat, for the too deep foot Is Best steamboat lender, twenty five small more liable to become contracted, and " " Economy steel flats, a number of small Hutu thu fiat foot always gives trouble on und several barges. There nro hard roads. Of these two defects, however, the Out foot Is thu worse. Kept in stock at at my place in West Hickman, or may be had at Mill at men employed on the fleet. The limbs should bo clean that Is, Tyler. Ky. The object of this force of workthey should ers Ih to save thu bank at thu iolnt free from fleshlncss-an- d from further eroBlon and tho wll have plenty of Ixine nnd substnnco. The fore lops should be long from the lows used In constructing tho mat-- I horde's iKxIy down to the kneo nnd reus Mill be taken from Smith's Is- short from the kneo to thu fetlock land opposite the point. Joint It Is well to remember that Already 10,000 feel of mattress this point Is nn exceedingly Important work ban been slaked out and ubout one lu a road horse. The bind legs should bo both clean 600 feet have boon completed and Jan. nnd Hat. A round teg Is always to be HICKMAN, KENTUCKY nil nk. avoided, nnd It cannot bo too clean. The mnttross Is built about a foot If It look ns If thojrkln hod I "en reIn thickness, 12fi feet In width and moved, tin. Imiiic scraped und the skin RESOLUTIONS the leulh varies but the nvernge Is then put buck again, so mil' h the Passed by Fulton County ' Kites about 600 feet. The weaving belter, bnt limbs ns clean ns this are Teachers Institute Last Week. used are from 4 to f. Inches In dlum-to- r found only on high bred horses and about 26 feet long. Tho binder nre not to be expected In cold blooded poles are from 8 toio Inches In diam- or draft stock We, the committee on resolutions, Mill h nlso to be offer the following: eter ami about 36 feet long. The avoided hair on the limb IsIstrue, many There nre. It willow h for weaving are of various good First, That we tender our thanks draft horses thnt nre rather hairy to the trustees of Hickman College limbed, but tho' featuro adds nothing The current In thu Mississippi Is so to their value nnd In a road horse for the use of the school building for swift that It Is necessary to hold thu would lx Intolerable. The gainbrel our meetings. muttrctts with a large amount of rig- joint should bo strong nnd well develSecond, That we thank Miss Wlngo ging. A barge Is moored at the head oped, nnd It Is better that It bo rel- SHINGLES AT MILL PRICES TUB PnOFIT $3.00 2.65 2.00 Heart Shingle, per 1,000 Prime . .. 1- -0 Don't Place Your Order Until You See Me c. H. SMITH ft Mm of This Hongs 47-- of thu YftlC THEATRE Book Some Good Show. More Good One to Follow. S pi 30. Tin- NlKhl RMsr'Co. (i. t 10 lit.- Man (tn tii llox. Set !' I'lllDltUll'M HoHttyillltOII. 2U, IvikV llu.1 Hoy. Jail 3, A Iku htrior'tf Honey humid. J in I J Tli. Ima. Jan lb 10 17. Tho Yankee Doodle - Roper's Colt Show, Show vsllltuko Sept. 1", at thu fanu flvu iiitktn east of Hickman. The following premiums Mill he given: Aristocrat 120, Osceola J 10, Mohawk $10, Black Hoy 12 f0. Owners that do nut want to turu colts Ittoso In p lot may halter them. place on Hour's Annual Colt Tuw-dny- , Ie It-in- k U I b ."J Human Hearts. Mar Itt, Tho (llrl und The Tramp. Mar iti The Thief VEGETABLES C. II. pponiirr Phono I I Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, frc. Jit Courier Office. See samples. moori FRUITS Prescription Drugs... and Our nim is to serve you earnestly and honestly and to set before yon the best Roods of quality above criticism with no cxagcration of values, no promise without performance both in the prescription and drug de- partment. This is a drug store you'll find here n most complete stock of the things every legitimate drug store is expected to have. We concentrate on drugs, medicines and drug sundries, that's why we can serve you best. We invite your patronage and confidence. Hickman Drug Co. Incorporated Tlio XXojcvH Storo Cayce Milling Co. Cavo Our Motto-PUR- KLV- - ITY and HIGHEST QUALITY Wc mill high quality grain only, low grade and smutty wheat not received. The public will please bear this in mind. Flour, Meal, Bran, Chops and Feedstuffs On this basis we solicit the patronage of the public Grain Deposited at Our Risk and Protected by Insurance. Cayce Milling Company 1 Oct. over thu muttross. This bargu the fore knee. Unsoundnesses of tho limbs, such ns the mattress, spavins, ringbones and tho like aro not Thu Cotton Iiell railroad is building much to lie feared In buying "new" a new landing about a quarter of a hones, but should nlvvnys be looked mile south of thu present lauding. for They nre very easily described, This Is being done to unublo thu mat-- but It would lie well to study them further by examining somo tress workers to build a mattress op- Is known to have them. A horse that spavin Is posite thu present landing. a bony enlargement on tho inside of The devastation of Hlrds Point Hie gainbrel joint. started at 6:30 p. in. June 1C, 1U0S A ringbone worst of all defects of and the bank was washed Into tho Oils character, though nil are bad river so rapidly that u largo number enough Is n bony enlargement runof chickens belonging to l).ivld free- ning nrotind Ihe nnklo between the Splints nre man wore washed Into thu river hoof nnd the fetlock Joint. small bony enlargements on the Inside whllo he assisted by a largo number of the fore leg between the knee and of people was moving his dwelllug the fetlock Joint. They rarely do much wlih a threshing machine, Capt. J. harm unless unduly Inrge or situated J. fllllesplo of tho transfer Henry too near the knee. Tho horse should Marqunnd carried tho last train stand squarely iiwin his legs. His feet from thu jiasseiiger train point off should lie well under him. not sprawlthu Inellnu Soptumber 3, 1U0S. Af- ed apart, nnd his hoofs should be straight fore nnd nft. neither toeing ter this thu Inellnu was abandoned In nor out. and tho cradle pulled away to safe- We now come to the liody. The back should be short. Tho hind quarters Since tho river first started cutting should lie well developed, with the hip over thirty acres have been wushed Joints fairly well forwnrd. The hind away. Tho river cut tho hank for quarters nre most elegnnt when the of the a distance of about a mile along tho lino from the top Is only hips to the moderately root of the tall shore and cut hack Into thu town at oblique neither too straight nor too one plaeo about 1,000 feet. At pres- drooping. The strnlghtness or obliqent the hank hi perpendicular and uity of this line does not seem to af36 feet from thu rlvur, Tho foreman fect the horse's usefulness very much, of thu mattress weavers stands ou but the degree I hnvo mentioned Is this hank and can oversee his force one of the points of equine perfection considerafor qulto a distance up und down thu nnd ns such should receive tion whenever possible. rlvur. The body should lie nicely rounded is. the nnd "well rlblied up"-t- hnt space between the ribs and the hip All tho latent magazines at Fethe Isine should ls short. Horses that nre & French's. deficient In this respect nro hnrd keepers and. ns n rule, less satisfactory Claudo Wright and wifo spent Sun- generally than those thnt are moro day In Hlckmau. compactly put together. Tho shoulders should be slanting. This conIrvlnu llrovard siwnt Sunday at formation makes n shoulder that is Craig's I a nd lug. lioth strong nnd elegant An upright shoulder Is n bad thing nnd always to Ootrrctlc Coal, all grades, from $2.60 be avoided. The chest should bo deep, up. Phono 186. so ns to give nmple lung capacity. The neck, so far ns Its utility goes, .Miss Carrie May Held has been on may lie either short or long, but the thu sick list tills week. latter Is more elegnnt. It should not be tleshy nor "beefy," nnd at a point Cowglll Ilogera, of Mengelwood, n little aft of where It Joins 'the head spent Sunday with houiu folks. It should lie bent a little. This conwindpipe curved Try our washed cooking coal. Uni- formation leaves the nn nnglo nnd so Instead of bout nt form size lumps; no dust and dirt. gives tho breathing apparatus freer A. A. Furls. play. The head on high bred horses is II. I.. Amberg left Sunday for Memrather small nnd very clean and bony; phis and points In Mississippi on u the clenner the head tho better on business trip. horses of all kinds. In shape, when viewed from the front. It shopld slaut Miss Lee Jones, of Louisville Is In n little from the eyes to tho top; here the guest of her brother, Louis when viewed from the sldo tho face Jones, and family. Hue should bo straight, not aquiline. The eyes should be medium tn size, For cleaning and pressing phone not too near the top of the head, and 196. Wo call for and deliver your set well apart from each other. Tho ears should be tine, pointed nnd of work. White Broa. medium length. When pointing Misses Virginia und Iner. Luton are they should bo purallel, not visiting their brother. Dr. Joe Luleii, slanting apart. and family, In Carulliursvlllu. How to Make Baby Pillow. Clins, Jackson and L. A. Douncll A dainty baby pillow Is made in this aro finishing up four nw cottages for wny: A plain center of the material S. L. Dodds, near tho Driver cotton Is left quite largo enough for tho ba by's head nnd ti circle of ovnl eyelets gin. worked which nre run with palu bluo Misses llatsoll and Stokus returned or pink ribbon, tied nt the top In a to their home In Mayfleld, Saturday, soft bow of loops nnd ends. A wreath of small flowers worked solid can also after a short visit with Mrs. Ella bo embroidered Just beyond the circle u of eyelets If one wishes a more pillow. Finish the plllovvcnso 18G and for a trial order of l'hone on tho edge our dus'less cooking cool. No slack; with n hemstitched hem, of vv liieh line narrow valeuclenues lac big lumps. Propared especially for no can lie whipped. kitchen use. A. A. Furls. to Sharpen a Pencil, Ho Miss Uiura Drown has taken hack In sharpening a pencil turn tho point Smith away and whittle from you. This will her old position as cashier at Is certainMiss & Amberg's. provent getting the lead on your finly tho right girl In Ihe right place. gers. Whittle as if the miicII were a stick, nml a little practice will enable Sam Ilrown left Saturday for Ills you to moke a perfect point. homo at Oreenvllle, Miss., after a short visit with his sister, Mrs. Fred Cypress Shingles, T1.2C a thousand Ilayden. This was his first trip to at mill. C. M. Yatea Culoglo Co. In twelve years. Hlckmau Is held with nliiu heavy lines to hold l- near the ground, mattress to prevent thu wuter atively ns Important ns In though this Is not tho case of flowing has always been to have only goods of highest quality to sell them at reasonable prices to fulfill all promises and make no misrepre-aentation- s. It may be an old fashioned policy, but we think You do it pays. not need to go to Memphis or Nashville to buy Diamonds Cut Glass J Watches Silverware Novelties We make j'ust as low prices on the same goods. Why not trade at home? SCHLENKER The Jeweler and Prof. Gabby for the music and appropriate songs furnlshedd during our meetings. Third, That we thank the ministers. Dro. Wlngo, of the Baptist Church, and Bro. Wileon, of the Methodist Church, for devotional exercises, and helpful talks of the morning sessions of our Institute. Fourth, That we as teachers, use our best efforts to secure .better text books when the next contract is made by the state. Fifth, That wo thank Miss Luten for her kindness to the teachers, and the able manner In which she has conducted tho meetings, and that we especially thank her and Prof. Noe for holding night sessions that we might be able to finish our work, return to our homes, and have the privilege of attending the Fulton County Fair. Sixth That we return to our schools full of enthusiasm and Inspiration caught from the lectures of our able Instructor and that we will do our very best to so lead and Instruct our pupils that they may finish the grade work, go on through the High school and finally flnlBh at our State University. Seventh, That this is the best institute ever held In our county, the kind that lifts one to lofty Ideals, the kind that leaves a desire to know more and grow better. Eighth, That we trust our worthy Superintendent will endeavor to secure our efficient Instructor to hold our Institute In 1912. W. C. Underwood, Elvis Stahr, Mary F. Barber, Committee Swayne Walker was here Saturday. Schmidt, ImlUtloaa. Sheet Mualc at Fotho & French's. Clnudo Jones spont Sunday lu Memphis. Mack Hubbard, of was hero last week. Fort Worth, Tox the Tailor. Beware at John Bryant and A. A. Farls w:ent James Cunningham, of Union City, to St. Louis Friday on business. was In Hlckmau Sunday. C. C. Smith spent several days in Clifford Sullivan, of Mayfleld, was St. Louis last week buying goods for on business Saturday. hcru Smith & Amberg. Mrs. Frank Von Uorrles has been Mrs. Deo Held and daughter, Miss very sick for several days. Frankye, returned Friday from St. II. C. Barrett, funeral director and Louis where they have been visiting embalmer, with St. LouU Furnishing relatives. T. T. Sullivan spent Sunday with Mrs. C. L. Walker left Tuesday home folks at Mayfleld. His brother, morning for Oklahoma City, on u O. T. Sullivan, who has been HI of typhoid fever for the past six weeks. short visit. Is reported as Improving. New Mrs. Jesslo Ilurgoyne, of York City nrrlved here Monday to Miss Laura Brown returned Sunday visit thu family of C. C. Smith. night from an extended visit to relatives and frlonds In Bernle, Dexter, Save from 6no to two dollars a Cape Olrargeau and Chaffee, Mo. She thousand ou your sbluglua by buying was accompanied home by her cousin, direct from mill. U. M. Yates Shluglo Mrs. Frank Hurrou, of Bernle. Co. Miss Molllo Ilourno arrived Monday morning to assuino charge of the millinery department of Smith & Amberg. A. E. DeDow, of Louisville, arrived In Hickman Friday to visit his parents, A. M. DeUovv and wife, and Co. for-war- d F. E. CASE & SON Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware, Glassware and Tinware elnb-orut- other Hlckmau relatives. York broker has started out to find an Ideal wife. As ho didn't buy a ticket to Kentucky, tho poor devil's friends should lock him up ns absolutely hopeless insane. A Now -- Hearn Ilrown, formerly a member of thu Courier force, has accepted a Standard Gas Engine Oil position with the Southern Express u Co., In their Hlckmau office. Thu Free Delivery of business has Increased at tills Phone 183 point until Mr. isler has been allowed )liliAAAAiitAiiiitAiiiAiia an assistant. vol-um- or not In office, to do all In my the functions of tho Legislature and y lu effect raised (la tax rate to Improve and develop Take Warren County as an example. In 1910 the Republican State Uourd The Achievements of Democrats In of Equalization raised xarrvu County Kentucky. 15 per cunt ou lamb ton lots and Tho Democratic party Is the Party personalty This ma.l' a raise of of Progress, tho Tarty of Peace and Jt"Oo7 In town lots Law and Order, tho Party of Liberty $791,092 In laniU pereonulty. making a an Kqual Klghts, the party that ho and $212,440 In on Warrtn given to Kentucky Its educational ad total raise for that ytar property of He Begins His Campaign at Bowling Green in a lUiitagrs, Its development and Its ad- Countythis year 1911ft 4S4 202 County Wain-i- i For vancement, and therefore. If Ken10 per cent on land tucky Improves, Democracy must be was raised personalty, iiuluii n town Strong Address That Is Received With raise lots and triumphant In our State. . $555,100. on town lots I point you to the contrast between on lands of Great Enthusiasm and on personalty of 157ti9(. or Republican rule and Democratic rule a total raise on the property of the In Kentucky. making a As against the Republican record of county of J1.O4C.0CS. thus years of M H pL Cr M fesa a rsf two fB ri assassination, bloodshed and disre- total raise for theproperty of the J2.630.270 an tbo One of the Largest Crowds That Ever Attended gard of law I present the Democratic record for peace, strict regard for hu- county. As the State tax rate Is 60 rents man life, nnd respect for and mainPolitcal Meeting in the State Greets tenance of law and order. As against on theon$100 it will be seen that this Warren County for the two a treasury with only J333.852.69 and raise the unpatd warrants against the 8tatn years has added over 112.000 in taxes amounting Jn July last to $1,359,502, paid to the State alone. As this raise bearing 6 per cent Interest, I present also affects county, city and district the Democratic record of a magnifi taxes, doubtless the raise caused an He Proclaims Himself in Favor of the Extension of cent State Capitol, erected and paid Increase for all these local purposes for without any extra tax, and every of mors than twice J 12.000. aa local a dollar rates are probably more the County Unit Law, and Leaves No Just claim against tho State promptly on the J100, as against than cents for 60 paid in full. Since wc begnn to ndvertise our "Tcss nnd Tctl" Republican platform the State rats. As against Doubt of His Position. So it can be stated that for all purpledges and promises that have been poses the citizens of Warren County School Shoes n parent ninny people hnvc asked us "who broken, Democrats present a record showing all pledges and promises have had to pay. In the two years, beare the two little folks in striking attire that appear in cause of these raises, about $36,000 compiled call A HEARTY, SINCERE, RINGING DOCUMENT faithfullythe record with. Ishowsatten-tlo- n additional taxes. which to that each of your ads" Well, the little girl is "Tcss" nnd As long as Kentucky Is a sovereign the Stato debt was about one million State the people will hold leading Rethe little boy is "Ted." They were created by Roberts, dollars before tho Democrats came for the Into power In 1900, and was wiped out publicans responsible Kentucky record BOWLING GREEN, Ky., Sept. 4. Governor James B. y, when Johnson & Rand Shoe Co., who make "Tcss and Tctl" by Democrats who left a Imlnnce they have made In they soldiers the Capitol Democratic nominee for Governor, opened his campaign In In the treasury of a million dollars, of thebrought and madeto bayonets School Shoes, and their two names put together spell Statu since Republican Governor Will-sothis city today. The largest crowd that ever attended a political and was Inaugurated the Stato Is Inn to law and soldiers superior to "Tcss-Tcd- " or "tested," meaning that legislators; when meeting here waa present. Democratic voters poured In from the debt more than a million of dollars. uf the Court of they caused Judirs Appeals and SUte surrounding counties to give their personal approval to their party A Democratic Legislature established Legislators to pass under bayonets oa two State Normal Schools for the the leader and to Indorse the platform upon which he is asking the votes training of the teachers of the State, dutiesway to their respective official their of the people. The enthusiasm with which Governor McCreary waa nnd made appropriations for State When soldiers and gatltng guns and maintenance, and established the I'nlversHy, and also appropriated cannons were placed on the Capitol received gives evidence of an aroused party spirit, which augurs well Oov-Trimoney for Its benefit. The common grounds, when the was for Democratic success. school law of Kentucky was enacted Republicanscowardly assassinated and made no protest, and by Democratic His speech was a complete review of the political situation In the aImprovements Legislature, and all made no effort to have the assassins and Increased facil- of the Governor arrested, and whn Kentucky and the nation. It leaves no live subject untouched. It ities for education come through the assassins were brought to Justice Democratic have been thoroughly tested by children of all ages calls the Republican party to account for its failures to live up to Its Legislature legislation. A Democratic nd trS'd and convlrtrd, a Republican the Geologfor comfort, style and most of all for length of wear. platform pledges. ical Survey, provided for a Confedor-M- e lovernor pardoned them. There Is nothing clearer In onr Home, with proper appropriations It took many years in experimenting to satisfy the Governor McCreary delivered a masterful speech. He heartily for the support of Confederate veter-nn- s, State than that Republicans have no right. and enacted a law for the benefit done, bcaui of anything they have indorsed every plank In the Democratic platform, and left no doubt manufactures (hot they had found a combination of to govern Kentucky They nf tho Children's Home Society and in the minds of his hearer where he stands on every public question. mado It a State Institution, and en- have been weighed In the balance aad leathers, lasts nnd workmen which would make an larged the Agricultural Department to found wanting" His speech In full is as follows: sclool shoe. ns to Include forestry and Immigra- Republicans Ara Endtavorlng To DiFellow Citizens: I have the honor "world hare been greatly quickened. tion and etabllshed a Normal School vert Attention of Vottrs From Their Record. of addressing jou today as the regu- Our State must keep step to the music nt Frankfort, Ky.. for colored people, One of the principal Issues la tals" larly nominated candidate of the Dem- of the age, and we must have united, nnd mado liberal appropriations for ramialgn la, Shall the Republican ocratic party f6r the offlce of Gover- aggressive efforts for Industrial and Its mnlntennnre commercial supremacy, and Kentucky Republicans Can Refer to No Btnofl-cla- l party, with Its record In Kentucky nor mid In the United States, be given a' No words 1 can utter seem strong must forge to the front as one of the Legislation, and Their Rec nre in their first year, but their sale is growing very leading States of the Union in fann new leise of power by the election of enough to express my gratitude for ing, ord Does Not Deserve Inin manufactures, In mining. In Republican candidates to the highest rapidly. Come in and see these "Better" shoes. Every the nomination given to me by the education, and In all the varied interdorsement. .State oRlces, and thus put upon thera Democrats of Kentucky. ests of a great people inhabiting a pair has the "Star" trade-mar- k on the heel, a guaranRepublicans tun ruler to no legisla- the seal of approval by the people. I can only say I am sincerely and tion originated or enactod by them la ami tell them to renew sad revive tha earnestly thankful for the great hon- great State. tee that the shoes is free from substitutes for leather. Few or conferred upon me, and I shad try have States, if any. In our Hepubllc Kentucky which has Increased educa- outrages and extravagance and bursuch d with whatever energy or Intellect I diversity ofgeological formations, such tional facilities, added to Interna! Im- densome taxation which they have 'Tess nnd Ted" arc memlcrs of the "Star-Bransoils and mines, nnd such provements, adjusted or lightened s and advocated? possess to carry the Democratic flag family. of taxation or benefited KenRepublicans ara endeavoring to dito victory, and If I am elected Gov- varied attractions as Kentucky. vert attention of voters from the unernor of Kentucky I will have no per- Great Agricultural and Mining State. tucky In any way. Tho record shows, however, a re- paralleled record they have made, The soil of Kentucky la Very rich sonal schemes to advance, no IndividShoes ual aspirations to promote, but I shall for agricultural purposes. Nowhere markable military history, In which both In the State and the Nation, by do all In my power to discharge every can be found better producing tobacco the' expenditure tor active mllltla lu Injecting Immaterial, Irrelevant or duty required of me faithfully and eff- land, better producing hemp land, bet- three and a half years under Governor unsupported Issues hoping to draw iciently, and try In every proper way ter producing corn, wheat, rye. oats Wlllnon amounts to 1277,168.87, or an the people away from mala questions, average expenditure per year of 79 aad have the campaign pitched on to uplift Kentucky, promote progress, and barley lands. 188.24. as against 129,359.16, or an Our State produces nearly side questions. I believe the people Improvement and advancement, preexpenditure per year of J7.333.79 have the requtstts virtue aad Intelll-rea- c serve law and order and uphold all of the tobacco grown In the United to rid the politics of the State that will bring prosperity to the State States and 90 per cent of the hemp for the four last years of Governor of the United States Is produced In Ueckham's administration. ef demoralizing and Improper Inand happiness to the people. Thus It will be seen that the Repub- fluences, and Democrats will see that It will always be a source of pleas- Kentucky. With an area of 41,233 square miles lican expenses are nearly ten times as Republicans are held responsible for ure to me that Madison County, only abnjit 1.500 Bquare miles are un- much for active mllltla In three years their arts, both In State and In Nawhere I have resided all my life and wnere I am thoroughly known, In- fit for agriculture. Our coal fields are and a half as Democrats expended In tional affairs. Clean Politics and No Bottsa or dorsed me for the office of Governor, inexrelled In any State, there being four years. Since so much has been said In tho with ooly 34 votes against me In the I5.CS0 square miles of Machines. newspapers about expenditures for acYou've Got to Acknowlcdg lu primary election and 2,400 votes for I have tive mllltla. I have been asked to stato politics, always been In favor of clean me, In a very busy season, being not and ODDOsed to bosses. ma mo expenditures for active mllltla , far from the full Democratic vote of the four years I was Governor, and I cnines or I rings. the county, and In the Eighth When had the honor to be Govhave obtained tho statement from the ernor gresslonni istrlct, which I represent before, no Republican or an Auditor's office, showing that for the other man ed In Congress for twelve years, I iOLH? four years I was Governor there was wero bosses, ever charged that there wan Indorsed by a majority In the prirings or machines at that OON ONE BIG AND NIGHT expended for tho active mllltla mary election of over C.000 votes. or IC.100.17 ner annum. hinr time, At the outset I wish to say with Judge O'Rear. In his SDeech at Ells- ono fifteenth as much per annum as emphasis. If I am elected Governor I abethtown, tried to appear as the under tho present Republican will not be controlled by n clique, apostle of good government and pure vIBBBBBBBkK dhlBBBl ' itlflBBBBi or Individual, but I shall be as BBBBBBBBKT I have been asked also to statu how elections, and he spoke at length vJbbbbS bIbbbbbWH. , a I was before when I hnd the honor to many days I was absent from the about political machines and boss rule be Chief Executive the Governor of Kentucky. State during my four years' service In These are strange utterances by a r the State according to the ConstituIn Rainy or Fair Weather, Without Any Curtailment. is Governor Tho record shows I waa Republican who has voted so 'S'JBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBUBBBMf law. tion and the often to absent from the Slnte during my enIndorse National Republican rule, Duty of Democrats. tire term thirty-fou- r days, and the which BBBBBBaBBstticBBBBBBBBBBBBBf There was never a tlmo In our Stata Stale paid to tho Lieutenant Governor support hits been conspicuous for tbs of and machlne-mle- d when Democrats should be more aim for that period J402, while the pres-w- it Ibbbbbb9IbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbT Republican States. and aggressive, more harmonious and Republican Governor has been abunited, than the present time Keii' sent from the State 239 days, and jf When a Republican speaks In favor clean politics and against machines tncKy Democrats are to fight the openLieutenant Governor Cox has drawn ing political battle this year, which for this time J4.2CC.20 for ncting aa after the record made by the Repubwill precede the great National battle Governor, the per diem being $17.80, lican party In Kentucky. Illinois, New for President next year. Kentucky and Governor Wlllsou drawing tho tork. Pennsylvania, California and In Southern States. It must l, same amount for the same 239 day. Democrats will help start the movement welch I believe will result In Tho record also shows that the vhlr- - jnrded ns oua of the wonders of the preHciu the "trption of - TVmocratlc President icenui section of the last Itiipubllcan Jersey, time For years New York.New Massachusetts, Connecticut platform adopted In 1907 promhed In 1912. GOV. JAMKS 11. M'CIinAItY. While Democrats In other States that If put In power Republicans would 'inn unio were under boss rule and are carrying the Democratic flag full area, with coking coal In seven coun- reduco the tuxes to the lowest imjssI-hi- machine control until a majority of high advanced to victory and In- ties of tho western coal fields and ruto consistent with mi ..itirini ,i the voters determined to overthrow creased majorities. Democrats In Ken- ten counties In the eastern coal fields. ministration of tho State govern Ikjssi-- nml machines, nnd Democrats tucky must not falter or hesitate, but win ciwint'i coai in anundanco. raent," More than threo years and a and Republicans rose In their majesty rather be energetic, enthusiastic. InHer timber districts are Immense, half of the Republican administration and power ind overthrew Republican vincible, victorious. ami we have not heard rule and pared Democrats In control vast lorcsis of merchant- una able timber of every varlotv ami irnn anything more about tho proposed re- uf I the Stntts I have named. The State of Kentucky. know there Is no buns rule or e duction In taxes. The people, howThe "rat and foremost subject to en- ore, lead, zinc, building stone and y rulo In Kentucky at the present clay abound In almost inexhaust- - ever, have felt a movement of the op list attention of all Is the State of time unless It Is In the Republican Kentucky. There Is everywhere In u u quantities, wiuio rlrli. paying oil poslto character. Thoro has been no party Tluro are some Republicans direct Increase In tho tax rate, but It ifflls have been opeu il In various our State n greater desire for progs was necessary to ralso money to pay who believe there was a Republican of tho State ress, Improvement and advancement Kentucky -- has over 2 Con mli exiimiHAa innnllr.i.,i machine when the lout Kindt iim,.iK. than ever before The location, the f tho Increased convention was cllmB the resources, the splendid rivers, Including tho Ohio and Missis- by Republicans, and they have resort- Ilrnn nnd the steam held at Louisville, roller was run men and the attractive women show sippi rlvere where they bound Its bor- ed to an Indirect method of raising over a worthy soldier and the ne have everything to make Ken- ders, and over 3,000 miles of railroads the rate. Tho Republican State Doard other prominent candidates In order tucky one of the greatest States In are ready and convenient for travel of Equalization Increased the valua- to carry out tho "plan and specificathe Union, If proper efforts are roado. nnd transportation, and her live stock tion of property as turned In from the tions" determined ujion by the bosses I was born and reared In Kentucky, Is not excelled In any part of the countlos. Take the years 1910 and of Great Trans-Padfi- c tho Republican party. 1011 as examples. Wild Beast Exhibit. Blue Ribboned Horse Fair. LatIn sevoral counand I have always loved my native world. State-Wid- e ter Day Vaudeville Jubilee. Collossal Carnival of Novelties Primary Elections The State, and It Is but natural for me to Will De Great Manufacturing Stats. ties this raise has been as groat aa 25 por cent and In other Remedy. Kentucky Is not only a great agriand European Trained Animal Exposition. counties 20 wll to see her outstrip all of. her Bister States In every materia Interest cultural and mining State, but her per cent, and 16 per cent and 12 per Judgo O'Rear said In his Elizabeth-towspeech' "State-widand every desirable form of progress. manufactures are extenslvn nnH in. cent. In 1910 nlnety-thre- e counties Kentucky occupies a central place creasing rapidly, and being situated were raised, the average raise being election Is the remedy for primary For nearly a Quarter of a Century a tented exhibition, the favorite of all bosslsm the officials, clergy, press and the whole amusem-n- t going public. Because In the great Mississippi Valley, and midway between the Northern IjiVoc about 12 per cent In 1911 seventy- - and machine rule, etc" .. wwwMvava uutrj ueon rninnii fh . I have alwnys been an sdvnmt no part of the world shows creator nnd the Gulf of Mexico, nnd between erago nf of Its newness at all times. Its great purity, cleanliness and the able and ralso bolng a llttlo more than 9 primary elections. progress and activity than that vast the Eastern nnd Western ranges of honorable manner of its management. region stretching from the Alleghanlcs the North American Mountnlns, is C'nC,;t- - Thus It will be seen that About eight months State tax rate waa not actu-all- y Democratic candidates am tmniMU to the Itocky Mountains, and uraiineu on account or location and westward for the State Die; Performances dally, at 2 and 8 o. m. Doors southward to the Gulf of MpxIco, con- facilities to become after a while a same Increased, the result waa the offices met In Louisville by Invitation 0 nnn nn. ,o..r -- r.ri. In these counties as If million and a great manufacturing State. taining an area of a it had of the Democratic State Executive f, Pf?1' Jh,n Shcly's Musical Majesties (21 soloists) will appear When Solon, the great Athenian i enB,rAl8C(1 an avorase of 12 per cent Committee to consult as to whether preceding quarter squaro .miles, and having a regular performance, rendering a high-clas- s musical festival. ? was full of ypars and full population of thirty millions, and pos "Bo, t 9 per cent the State Democratic iS .i1, n7hls wn8 equivalent to rais- should be nominated by a candidates advantages unexcelled of honors ho saidsesslng natural "I have done all ing the State State on lh(! shoT Grounds every day, at 12 .30 p. m. will be tax rate on these coun-tic- s In my power to Improve my country by inr section of the globe. offered from CO conta on the $100 to 66 tion, I or by a Stnte primary elecof extraordinary free exhibitions. Absolutely the While her sister States are develop- nnd to defend Its laws." If advocated a primary election mU ,n every advantage. will emulnif his example we CCL8 l1 191 nnd M and I used arguments now presented i?Vr.7iiie ing and utilizing ever Presented to the public. DON'T FAIL TO , Legislature with th. ....... by Judge O'Rear In favor Kentucky must go forward also. We will have a great 0f development of The Governor, BE THERE IN AMPLE TIME. the has the power to In- - mary election. I said In of the priIn our commonwinfth live in an age of progress and develaddressing I Will nlWAVd ha tnn.lt. ..,..! rate, but the the Democratic " opment, and the pulee and pace of the J, wiicwiur mi '" "" Board of Equalization usurped mittee, "If we State Executive Com- KEEP POSTED AS TO EXACT DAY AND DATE. wish the DesaeeraUo COMING SURE GOVERNOR MTREARY'S office power Ken-luck- OPENING SPEECH 1 $333.-2CS- Bjsmbi Ex-Gover- nor. "TESS and TED" Mo-Crear- duly-electe- "TESS and TED" SCHOOL SHOES UTESS and TED" School Shoes up-el- d" bur-dun- "Star Brand Jirc Bettor" one-thir- d av-era- SMITH & AMBERO coal-bearln- x The Best Vet Coming: Here by Special Train. DAY-AFTERN- VkV 8, jna-chl- ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th AT HICKMAN boss-ridde- SIN BROTHERS r. s ma-ililn- pot-ier- sec-Ion- Worlds Progressive Shows n e -- law-glve- - aan n mi TREE " Tfes "iiM 1 i 'roudenliiK tho powers of the fieneral so thnt It mny clnsslfy t'ro(iert) for the purpose nf tnxntlon. ( reallon rrnt nnd the farmer In the country of n Dopnrtnipnt of Hank-'ti- g sh uld have pnivldlng for competent Inspec-'o- n iunl clmiices with tin rnts In n town or rltr Coin- ki Lpnr t ve y f w iww ns attend rotirt- W'lso and conservative laws an will li ii c i nv ntii ns. nnd often 100 per- - encourage rtmd nnd bridge building. s or a less nunitior. In n court- hi Organisation and ntKn choose delegates or the fnrmers nnd laborers of tho among line niu State, !i t for ranillilHti-fil rK while sevcrnl and tho enactment 0f surh Constltu-t'ora- l If' iwiiil rntlr voters of the laws as will protect them from n i My nro anient at their homes. ne rreed of tho trust and monopolies. a the country, which nrp tho direct Advantage of Primary. The Krvrrniiii-n- t should Im brourht fruit of Itepiibllenti legislation. Kao laws for the protection from fl v to tlm m.jip nml thero cnn be no sscs or rlt.Rs or mnrhlni-- In con- - iwldent nnd Inlorr of nil laborers en t u with n primary legally mid "Bieed In hnitnrdous omployments, nnd wise, ronsortntlvo law regulating the ist'y held nnd nil who know me it w I wou d not nccept n nomination r'tratlon of Inbor strikes and disV s It rune to mi honestly nnd putes Opposition to all mobs nnd lynch- In i r tins taucht the .... .m ; to nirTlntf primary elec-- Inn. Still nvnr.t ...... Mill.... nil K1l UUI- ""in...v-nil tli s In every Democratic county In cera who fall to protect prisoners en- (e'urky primary rlectlorui are held '( hi uieir henpiiig. I aw prohibiting r m nati the munty omroni. nml peonage and slave traflle, regardless of color. wnr Htato south of Kentucky holds nipptlnn of Dnlted Stnlps Senators r iry rlectl.ns to nominate county ai I Htitn t.mrer nnd miuir of the by direct vote of Oi peopjp. Kllforeemnnt of tlin Intra nml li tlnrn nnd Western Htatrs noml- nf the reople. tnrlr county tii's nry elections und Statu omcera In Heiiglous nnd elvll liberty nnd nnal- A f. w tnonllis ago there waa a con- - I.IiIa .....t.all InM lii, mLlhH nujr aavh.-.u .inning a .. iri.i.i..iiiii ir nee of Coventor and (lovernors- Ilgtons test ns n qualification for hold-Ins- " office le:' nt Frankfort and IxiUvllle, and D dares temperance Is essentially i iliscuoslon on primary elections III rxre.it nne fmorr.l primary elw- - I moral, nnd social quessens aim inrty seven were pntient tion and should not ti made a parinn state Democratic Kxecutlve tisan Usue between olltlcat parties, lommlttep ordenil a primary election nml favors the extension of the prea! n id rn ho first day of July, lit liuiil iilillim Inn na nlttilll tn ItiM Ml, In every precinct of tho Btnto. luilo of liquors, which has been upheld m lir tho primary election law of tho by our highest court ns valid and con.ni of Krnturky to nominate can stitutional so that the cltlzena of each ddnti for the Htnto office and a and cujry county In the Statu may delii'fcd State Senator. termine for themselvet. whether spiritI wns nominated, ns were nil the uous, vinous or malt liquors may bo Iher Democratic cnndldates for State sold therein. nice, at tho ftrlmnry election held I voted for and I endorsed every my 1 1911. armrtllna-- to the Plan section of this platform, mid It la KKRpsteil y i JuiIrh O'ltear ns n rem-lpro, T I should say In this connecfor machine rule, except that the tion thnt I voted for the first local nte illit not pay tho expenses, hut option law panned by the Kentucky ho Democratic platform recently Legislature Iu 1871. I then being a ioj r i ni me Htnto Democratic con- - Keprcscntnttve from Madison County. rnt hi rrtitnltm n resolution ileelnr- At a local option election held In JfliHC In favor of a direct primary eleo !; to Htchmond 1 was absent ien law nt the puljllp expense my dutha as Senator ht Washington Turbulent Times and Disgraceful except the local option election held Scenes. 3 lost, and on that day I was V all nimomhcr tho turbulent March to bo In Ixiulsvlllo to atnet and disgraceful scenes that ron.Mled a meeting Of the SUto Demorked Kentucky's history nbout ten tend Committee called ror pnrs sro, when a motley crowd of cratic l.xeeutlve chairman, tho main day by the 4puli'linns mnrched to our Htato Cap- - thnt which was to cnll off the mi, nnd cannon wcro placed In tho business of which I hnd ndyo-cute- ieCapltnl rrounds and lectalators nnd primary election Inand In which 1 wns deeply of the Court of Appeals wero wdfies riven to tlio city of Ioulsvl lie for 8tnte At tho recent Democratic Demo-eroti- c ifrty and protection Where was Judge nt the I near men and why did ho not ralsn convention advocnted cnndldates' meeting a declaraIs volcii then as now for clean poll- In the plntform In rs nno: inw nnd nrderT Why did ho tion to lsi placed of the present local fnvor of extension sit refer to these times In his plat-rIt was agreed to by ndoptod by the Hepubllcan con- - option law, and candidates, and wns eniluti, ns did Democrats In their the Democratic platform. Intform, adopted by tho Democratic put In tho Democratic principles DemOn this platform of DnreutJonT to all Kcntucklnns, While I am speaking of tho late Ite-- ocrats appeal previous polltlrnl affiliaof ul.llrnn H'ato conrcntlon I must roand it to conspicuous events In that con- - tions, to support our Stato ticket cnndldntcs. bnt inn, which havo attracted wide at- - nil other Democratic speech at May-fielJudgo O'Henr In hla iitlon on the 31st day of August naked Pliat convention approved nnd In- mo to answer tho following questions orfied the Hepubllcan administration exten--i-Aru you now in favor of the tho affix Irs of tho Htato and nil .. i.. ennntv unit lnw In Ken employed by that ndmlnlstrn- leans to sn for tho proservntlon of law and tucky etc . nnd when did you corao r nnd nlthough Judgo O'ltear Is thnt concluslonT rd toI lmvo alrcndy said In my speech Id fo havo criticized Oovernor Will tlon or military exploits, ho was quick day that I endorse every the Stato fin's get on tho platform which Indorsed tho Democratic plntform at Wth he vi ry thlnR which ho wns the first convention nt Louisville on the now aay of August. 1911 but I will crlt cl und denounce. exapeclflrnlly -- I am In favor of the A coir pinions omission of the conmy dlsttn- - tension of the present local option law dition whl'ti nominated - ....... i.... n (in. mile of lmuors, so Bilal eel npponetit nnd other members every Republican ticket wns that tho that the citizens of each and the deign to mention In county In the Stnto may ucieri..i..n iterate did not lw.tl.nr anlrltllOUS. VlOOUS bo iiiiiwiitlnu or In tho platform tho .. present Itopuhllcan Gov- - or malt llquore may bo sold "0'n- imi" of t'lt mor nf Kentucky These aro tlie exnci wurun Democratic platform. The most dramatic event In that !tc tlmo ltil,f:ui Sln'o Convention wns Judgo I came to this conclusion some extenI j t r h titidertaklng to culoglzn Sen- - ngo when the question of the tor rradlex by declnrlng whllo ho sion of the county unit lnw t became he bes rni ii il, "n n speech- "I mil proud to prominent and I regard It ns question. y nf Renntnr Ilrndley that despite ilnn to settle nn Imiiortont on tho lie lint hliintlniiH of the lobby, thero If Judge O'ltear hnd rend conven-tlo- n Democratic on. nnnlnr nn wllOSO tltlo UlCrO Is day of tho Stnto tho published account of thes candl-dntelo rtnln, und on whoso record thero Is views of tho Stnto Democratic " Why win li necessary iu lo Mot for olllce. ho would have known subject? It kcoius InylhliiK on thnt candidates thnt 1 md all tho other fnvor or Ni t )o that f tho luiur or ouiogy n were In lmvo boon moro ap-k- for Stnto offices Irrlx'd it wnulil tho county unit law. prlito fur Ilradloy to hnvu oulo-ll.eJudgo O'Henr says ho proposes If ns ho hml Jitat been O'Henr, to f100, ' '" lomlnnted ns tho Ileiubllcnn cnldldnto elected (pernor, the fluenco of tho liquor lobby nlllc.l s kr flov rnur Legislature, and Its The Democratic Platform. and nsks me what I propose to Tho Domocrntlc plntform ndopted l8 nbout It? My tho Htnto convention hold nt Louis- - do tho Democratic platform, "Vila na In lllo, Ky., August IS, ronlllrms tlme-rliDumocratlo f0"" "fnvor such laws ns will under nnd kictrlnoH. nnd.lt nnnouncos penalties destroy nil cor-n- ,t lumocrntlc nrlnclnlus which nro wor-- appropriate lobbying seeking to Influence any liy of tho support of nil Kcnturklaiis. body In the I IndorBo the plntform whlcii waa legislative of Idoptod by tho convention. It ropre-- on the subject .,or.,nllnnJ election of officers by principiMH or mo iwraocnum tlio nnd I Into tlckot nnd presents tho pollclos other matters" nm novernor. to carry my jiower. If 1 ant will ho upheld. statements In this secwith condor nnd dollbora- - out fully the the Democratic platform, and Ion, I cnn any thnt In my opinion no tion of county unit Is not enacted at If tho ottur or moro npproprinio or of tho legislature If doclnrntlon of principles was the first session I will determ ne then inndo In Kentucky by nn onrnest. I am novernor. legislature shall bo her whether tho ntPlllKent, pntrlotlc body or men, Into extra session to con tho .Domocrats of ovory port called r tho Stnto. " jiidgo O'Henr asserts In very atrong I shtill nut nt this tlmo discuss at will do with tho ength each section of the platform. I language what ho members do not lopo It will ho read nnd carefully con- - Legislature If tho nnd It Is proper la Idorod by ench votor. It la sumcioni obey his dictation, to sny that each cr mo to reror brtoiiy to mo buujcui this connection braMri.oXU.aLesl8latujM te rta,n BlUflr oLinost oX the Betlonj. --IJUM-rieiirIrro-sKcttd .. -- for nmm, nnd oi- pnrt tilths Kl.'ti to nil l)mocrnt to n(tntf In nominating tho candidates thy will aupiMirt nt the general nice tlnn nre eninuniK'mc to tho voters Tin humblest Democrat hits ng much rlrht to participate in the nomination of IH'iiiorrntlp Htnit. ofncfrs ns tho 'mist prominent nnd Inlluentlal l)em I rotors to tako an Intereit In the nnd In the election, wo must lmvo methods for the nomination of tht) party candidates which will Insure general participation In the eleca primary ('lection tion mill I JmIIo t tho Hlututc of Kentucky l tin ImhI plan to tho nominees for thi' vurloiiH oiIU-iTho statutes of Kentucky prescrlbo the rules nml for nominating in primary olwtluns candidates fur Htnto illHtrlrt. rciutity or miinlcl-pti- l offlrrn Then- In no statute rru- luting Htatn conwntlona or count coiim ntlnns Hurri'HH la nlwnyn Krontly nrnmoted If wm Imvn 'iiiiiI rights for nil and - succosslvo n?4 eHI'c'ny reafflrmlnB our and devotion to tho National Democratic platform ndopted at Denver. Colo., In tho year 1908. do-- c nros In favor of a direct primary election, a, pnggK0 of n pnietlc. act. n moro oinclent corr,U)t system r puiiiic schooli, woman'H nuffrago In school oloptliuiH, nbolltlon of tho lobby, tho creiitlim of a Stnto utilities commission, uniform accounting sys,.,!n.r,y- - Tho Democrnilc pmtronn. after Medglng mii-our faith In nnd devtf to the lion d and eternal principles of our party, and renfTlrm- ng our faith In platforms tlme-hunore- ( ruK Cowgill's VKirNn.9 -J- Cool and Refreshing OTO- This Ware IMPORTANT NOTICE Concerning the- - County's Public Highways. CHAPTER 94. An act for the benefit' of Public Roads, of this Commonwealth. De It enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth, of Ken' tucky: 1. That It shall be unlawful for any one to obstruct the water tables of a turnpike or public road by putting a crossing either private or public, over tlio water table of a public road without providing a culvert or drain pipe of sufficient dimension to carry the full volume of water that may drain in this water table or to curb It so oa not to Impede the fuli flow of water. It shall also be unlawful to plant trees, telephone poles, or fence In closer than two and ouc-hu- lf feet of the outer edge of the ditch, bo that a plow or machinery may he used in making, widening or deepening them. Any fencing, tree or stone falling into a water table or rolling dowu from above Into It shall be removed within five days by owner of land of which the obstruction was a iart, or any person not an owner trimming trees or cutting weeds or briars, or any person placing any other obstruction la water tables, shall be liable for all damage done by turning water Into the road bed, and also to a fine of Two Dollars for each day the obstruction has laid In the ditch longer than five days. 2. It shall be the duty of the road overseer or county surveyor of roads, to report every misdemeanor under this act with all the evidence he may collect to the magistrate In whoso district that part of the road may lay, on the penalty of being indicted by the first grand jury for misfeasance in office and on conviction expelled from office. On this act becoming a law the fiscal court shall order It to be published once each year for two years in some newspaper of general circulation In their county. 3. Any water table that may wash out deeper than necessary to carry the volume of water drained and jo poq pboj otr). Sajnirajap property, by the permission of the overseer or road supervisor, the ditch may be filled or dammed to Ua proper size. 4. In making or repairing any part of a public road one sixth or more of all money so spent shall be used for the drainage of said road by making water tables and placing culverts and drain pipes of suitable number and elze. C. This act shall not apply to tele phone companies that have obtained the consent of the fiscal court of the county wherein its poles are located as to the location of same. Approved March 24th, 1910. !! Drug Store tem FREE This Set of CjGnUinC Lrga Jr aii I prlv'li'Kcn Assembly, tral," Selection of tho Prison mii-iiii.- confirmation by the Honnto. Iteform of our tax syRtem by g to n vote of the eoplo whether or not they desire fto adopt an amendment to our Htato Constitution subject to Hoard by oy mo uen- - first-cla- wh;rc you will find everything usually served at a Soda Fountain. is Miss some of the sweet things life, bnt don't miss the pleasures of a box of in No, 8 Aluminum --5, ' 10 In. Aluminum Aluminum 'l! 1 "llciijler's Candy For sale at ware will be -i- - " v Two-quart Two 10 in. Aluminum Pi. Pan. AUlntJ,, Free to Every VJIVCH JS. ' Pidding PM Aluminum Cowgill's Drug Store Aluminum Routing Pan, 'i .. 1 - and will bo more In sympathy with a Democratic Oovernor than with a Hepubllcan Gov; ernor Hefore I finish my speech 1 will nsk Judge O'Henr to answer some Important questions, but they will lie more npprntirlnto when I discuss another question. Republicans Have Seized Some of the Moat Important Principles of Doth State and National Democratic Platforms. Kepubllrnns after years of opposition to Democratic policies and principles hate In the last few years seUed some of the inoit Important principles ond policies advocated by Democrats In Kentucky, nnd some of tho most Important principles In National Democratic plat'onns Many of the declarations In the Stnte platform nre In favor of principles which Democrats have advocated for years, notable nmoug them being lmproement of our educational si stem, revision of our tax system, lietter roads divorcement of Institutions and charitable iwnal rrcm politics thorough Inspection of Stnte banks, arbitration of labor disputes. pr"ilbltlon of peonage and slave traflle; and It may be said In this connection that the tlrst local option law wns paused by n Democratic Legislature In 1S71 nnd approved by a Democratic Oovernor Hepubllcnus have also eagerly setxed planks In Democratic Ntittonnl platforms This was notably the case when Republicans declared for regulntlon of railroad rates, for this was written In three National lieinot-rntlplatforms, beginning with he platform of 1S0G. s The election- - of United States by direct voto of tho people has been ndvoented by Democrats for a Hinrter of n century. Heclproclty In trade wns ndvocated by the founder of the Democratic party Thomas Jefferson nearly n century ngo nnd wns endorsed by several Democratic National conventions nnd wns advocated by the present Hepub-"lenPresident, who enlled a special session of Concreas In order to secure the paRaare of tho Canadian recln-'oclt- y measure. Publication of cnmpalgn contrlbu-- i iim Wore the election hna been ad- by Domocrats for n number of ears, nnd was supported both by j Democrats and Republicans at th lute Houston of Congress nnd parsed. The great and conspicuous differ-ee between Domocrats nnd Ilepub-In.in- s ns legnrds tho pledges or declinations mtide In tholr plntforms la Hist Democrats nro faithful to tholr pledges and curry them out, while have been conspicuous for their broken pledges and disregard of platform promises, both Stute and National. Republicans Will De Powerless If They Had the Governor, as Both Branches of the General Assembly Are Certain To Be Democratic. It mny bo snld In this conncctloa that Democrats nre certain to have control of both tho State Semite and llouso of Representatives when the tioxt General Assembly convenes, and will bo In a condition to perform nnd carry out their pledged, while tho He- p Democratic Sen-itor- MxlOiuchc of a Quick Meal" Aluminum Bitad Pan, inchet 7x 19 i m Range uunng our Demonstra- - TWu.,t Alum-mu- Sauce Pan tl'on Week TLtrt Aluminum Dttlin Sauce Pan PI V DURING OUR COOKING DEMONSTRATION By a Special Representative of the "Quick Meal" Steel Ranje Co. Begins Monday, September Closes Saturday, September II 16 The ladies of Hickman and vicinity are invited to come and see this popular priced range in actual service at our store. You will be under no obligations whatever; we merely want to show you what this range will do. CIRCUS COMING Sun Brroi. Will Be In Hickman, September 18th. The biggest day of amusement this year in Hickman will take place on Monday Sept. 18. This will be the occasion of the visit of the famous Sun Brothers' World's Progressiva Shows. This popular tented exhibition la now on Its twentieth annual lour and the assertion, is made by the Sun management that the show Is richer and newer in all departments. Koch succeeding season a new company of artists are engaged for the Big Top performance. This season all previous efforts are eclipsed. In c (act they outshine, them ell. Tho and Wild Beast dlslay is a mammoth one and serves to introduce the greatest and most select collection seen here in a decade. The show owns its own special cars, train of magnificent sixty-foincluding stable cars, flats, baggage and animal cars and Pullman sleeping coaches, all of these being furnished. Over one hundred men, women and children performers take part in the show. The special, or big display, acts are given by illustrious European und American headllners. The wild boost section la a noteworthy feature und la educatlvo and unusually attractive, with many odd subjects, never before exhibited iu Amrlca. Prom many exchangs at hand, and other reports, the show Is a good one, In fact one of the beet traveling today in America. Tho officials and goora generally welcome the Sun Brothers' Show with open anna, because of Its great cleanliness und freedom from gamblers, grafters uud immoral issues. Two performances will be offered, afternoon and night at tho railroad "Y" in West Hickman. Zoo-logiot ele-eaut- ly m "Quick Meal" Steel Ranges have led all others for years, because they give such universal satisfaction. Users of "Quick Meal" Steel Ranges are our very best advertisers. ... "QUICK M0AL" STEEL (Continued on next page) FINAL SETTLEMENT. All persons or firms holding clalnm ugnlnst the estate of Robt. II. Speight deceased, aro hereby notified that said claims must bo presented to mo In proper form on or before October Claims 1, 1911, or bo forever barred. may he mailed to me at Bandana, Ky. H. H. WHIPPLE. Admlnlstrnt-or- . 1 rj UANubb aro constructed oil scientific principles and then materials are distributed in such a way as to do the most good. d Ken-tuck- y vJwsi "QUICK MEAL" STEEL RANdES QUICK MEAL" STEEL RANGES lob-hie- n'i'r s tlmo-hoiioro- DR. il. 0. LOHGHECKER heavy enough to be good, durable and lasting. The parts strengthened are tho parts where tho most wear is. Tho walls are so well lined with Asbestos that no heat is lost, it being radiated just whore needed. aro just Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of Chicago Vet. College 1893. Offico Hi't-nklni-r o oi stool, consequently cannon oracis anu aro stronger. ajo made almost entirely nt Stcvo Stuhr's livery Burn BOTH PHONES Phone, Cumb. 194 Residence St. Louis Furnishing INCORPORATED Co. Who la your clothes doctor? No better place than White Bros. We know our business, do our work well and guarantoo satisfaction. What mor do you want. Calls promptly answered day. night or Satisfaction guaranteed. j, k. Wo are authorized to aiinou. TOTOTOTTt Hlollluul at a few of tho Inequalities of tho existing tariff Vlrglula Luton rates. On clothing worn by tho laborpublicans havo TiO prospecl "Vhalovor ing mnn It levies a duty of 8C per cent of controlling either branch of the next a candidate for Suparlntuid t On champagne tho duty Is C6 per com. General Assembly, tuul If they had, Kentucky Land For Sale. Schools of Fulton County, uij , u woolen or worsted goods worn by On the Governor they would bo powerless tho action of tho Democratic , , of women It Is 135 ior cent, multitudes f of Tract No. 2. Forty acres two miles tn unaet or annual a law; UlucUon Nor. 7, 1911. and on tho fine silk costume of tho the State Senators from Hickman on C. M. & Q. Ry. nre nil Democrats, hold over, and they On tho rich tho tnx is f0 per cent and tho majority of coarso blanket of tho poor tho New Abou Democrats In the Houso of Repreplain, house, stable, etc. tariff Is 105 per cent, while on tho fin- thirty acres in cultivation, balance In sentatives lust session la too largo tc t and costliest blanket It Is 71 per Hako J3000 for this trncU be overcome. timber. Will Commissioner's Sale, On carpets tisoil by tho owners i .'lit The Republican Party. cif line mansions the tariff Is 50 per Tract No. 3. Farui of ICO acres, 2 Kentucky Republicans nro now say. cent, while n the cheap carpets used inllea below Hickman, all In cultlva-tlon- , Ing very complacently wo should In Fultou Circuit Court, Kentu. k, In the modetit homos of tho working good houses und resi- this campaign contlne ourselves to several Asks Judoe O'Rear Questions. J. W Itolny, (luaidlun p a man It Is 12? per cent. Stato questions e Of course, ihoy Judge O'Rear wrote the resolutions, dences, stables, etc. Rented out for The existing tnrlff law contnlns Cured by Lydia IL Pinkliam's KnlllKl Katie Jones, this, for they do not bad a term oX four jears with good ten-en- t. record of tho Hopubllcanwant tho both adopted at the Republican ttate conven 2.021 articles, nnd tho reort of tho Vegetable Compound. Ily virtue of a Judgment and tr d party, In tho Stato and Nation, brought to tion, which indorsed the administration of DoHirtment of Commerco shows that $65 per acre. of Salo ot Fulton Circuit tour' Uj production In thu Untied which recommended the total President the peoplo. Creston, Iowa." I was troubled for dured at Uiu May term tin rcof Tract No. 4. About 75 acres, two the attention of is a part of tho United President Taft and renomlnatlon as the States of goods protected by tho tariff ,, As Kentucky Taft for good tenant houses, stables, etc. All States. Important Questions which nf- - Republican candidate for president. In last )ear whs thirteen billions of dol n long tlmo with Inll.iiutimtlon, julns lu Uio abovo cause for tho tho su . u in my Nine, hick In cultivation, 2V6 miles from Hickman foct the Republic will also affect eoch this connection I wish to ask the Repub- lars nnd there was Imported Into the with lulurust nt the ra headaches Mil United States last your good valued State. Legislation for tho classes and I had taper ceiii, Hir niiiium from t i4 mile from Owen SJoueh Switch. not for tho masses, lican candidate for governor. Judge it $779 WH) Oiifl, on which a tariff tnx laws enacted by a ken ho many mcdl. of - l!l - until paid, nnd u 990 per aero. Republican Congress or votoed bv a O'Rear, questions which are very Inter of 3Jl OO0.WM) wns collected by th clues that I was I nlted States Giivrrumnnt. but the Tract No. 7. Farm of ISO acres be- Republican President, which Involves esting to all the people of Kentucky and (llHConraeil nnd In, I shall proiwd to olf- - r f. that thought I would uMil House door In Hickman y tween Mud Creek and Cayce, all in economy In public oxiwnscs, cheaper which Involve cheaper clothing, cheaper unparalleled outrage In States tho tho of tn tho United clothing, cheaper food, cheaper farmnever gvl well. A tho bidder at PUlll.ll cultivation. Good barns, bouses etc. ing Implements or machinery, reduc- goods, cheaper farming machinery and thirteen billion dollars' worth of told tno of TION, Implements, cheaper mechanics' tools and friend , mi thw 1Mb iU or of thn Price made on application. Khn1s were enabled tion of tho burdens of taxation, are also Lvdl.a K. I'inkluitu's Justice under the law. protective tnrlff to Increase the price of grave Interest nnd Importance to yuifotnlilo Com. nt lu o'clock u. m, or n Do you Indorse President Taft'a veto of the people of Kentucky, and it Is propMississippi Land For Sale. nf their goods so thnt they mado jxniiul nnd It (being Circuit Court dii i er and right that the record of tho the bill known as the farmer's free Hat ninety twe millions nf consumers pay tnu to health. credit of Jx months tho olloi.KI, Tract No. 8, 2558 acres between two great political parties Bhould bo blllt 1 hnvo them it tribute of about four billions no inoru t. in, my nerves nro stronger nnd I rmn wtrlbed property, Stato Farm and Roundnway Planta- presented exactly as they have mado Do you Indorse President Taft's veto of .if dollars them President Tnft said In his speech at (In my own work. l.ylUx IU linktuitn's the bill reducing the enlstlng tariff taxes lot No. 2 UllilitiiK at n tion, 4 mile from Madison branch on DomocraN know that Kentucky Ret'lnrlnnnti when a candidate for Pre YcRvtnblo Compound cured inn after uhI tornar of lot No Y. & M. V. Ry.. 15 miles from Clarks publican? voted for President Taft nnd on wool and woolen goods? r 22. 1908- - "If I everything elvi had failed, nnd I recDo you Indorse President Taft's veto of Idrut. on Septeinlx-dale, Miss. About 100 acres in culti- Indorsed his administration, nnd also the bill reducing the existing taxes on am elected President I promise the ommend it toother suffering women." wiiltli Mife dHgrosm, wist -- u I Mim. Wm. Sham. COO W. Howard ht, tu a Mtnkr, tliviicu kouth-eiisnitlnn I will use every fiber of my vation, balance in woods. The saw tho last National Republican plot-for- cotton goods? nnd thnt Kentucky Republicans bring to carry out honestly ami tu a stake oh tho south lm. . Creston, lown. logs have been cut from It but the voted Do you Indorse the votes against the for Governor Wlllson and inthe tariff revision promise of Thousands nf unsolicited nnd gctiu-In- o tsduiutH Hickory noilh timber standing can be worked Into dorsed his administration In tho last farmers' freo list bill which were cast by thn Republlrnn plntfijim " Two days testimonials like thu nlxno prove tl i cross tics, staves, etc. A new wanag-ur'- a Republican Stnto platform. Kentucky Senator Dradley and Representative Pow. Inter he said at Milwaukee- "It Is my tho clTlcleucy of Lydla M Jltiklmin's Hickory north or cottage with 7 or 8 good tenant Republicans have Indorsed nnd unhel.l era and your campaign chairman, Repre Judgment that thn revision of tho tar- VecetaMo Compound, which ii uudo on wood eal of south .i j the highest protective tariff law in thalice south MVi decrr iff In accnnlnnre with the pledge of exclusively front roots nnd herbs. bouses, stables, etc., artesian well world, a tariff law which has been tho sentative Langley? an h imartor svctlou lino t7 poi- Do you Indorse the Women who HiifTur from tlmso tariff the Republlrnn platform will lm on flowing 75 gallons per minute. Will Incubus with Its burdensome taxation revision the wholo. a substantial bill ills should not loso sight of kouthwewt corner uf lot Nu i take $60,000 for this piece of proper upon tho fnrmer, the laboring man, whichwhich President Taft signed and downward" After tho PnymvAldrlch theso factsordiililitthealillltyofj.)ill.i 1 he said was the best Republican the business man and all the neord of deiv wmsI with tin bill was passed which Increased taxes K. llnklmm's Vegvtablo ConiiHJUiid to north ty. None finer in the Delta. This is Kentucky. tariff law ever pasted? mild lot 60 poles to tho b t ho signed It. nnd called It "the bent restore their health. a good chance for a few Fulton counKentucky Republicans hovo Indorsed Do you Indorse the pardon by Governor Itepubilrnn tnrlff bill ever enacted." M ty boys to Join in and divide up this legislation 'vhlch has made more If you want Hpoclnlntlvlci'wrlto cuiitaiuluK acres and b in, . Wlllson of Taylor, Flnley, Howard and According to Democratic faith in in the United Stntos than In Powers? to .Mr. lMnklmm, nt I.j tin. Sim. uf the north ust juart' r ot property. making nil tnrlff schedules, tho tariff Blio avIII trvnt onr lot a , T 1. R i Wet, of the d .. You ha've been silent on these great tax should b lowest on tho neccMn Tract No. 9. 728 acres three miles all the nations of Europe put together, but the millionaires hao been conINirSJOjcnni strictly from Heathman on Southern Ily., and fined to the special clossos benefited questions, some of which Involve the re- rim of life, nnd highest on luxuries slio lm confidential. hick women said quartwr, as appear uf r ?M3ti li'lliiir r tax the three miles from Loland branch of by the tariff, and not to tho peoplo of duction of the price of clothing, food, The enormous tho provided for In bill In this wny, frroof rlmrtru. Don't ord.-- book No IS, M8U 0, r Payne-Aldrtc- h schedules of tb Clwrk uf Pultun Cucuu t . farming machinery and mechanics' tools licsltnto urlto nt onto. Y. & M. V. Ry., 1 miles from Sun- nontucKy every article inrreasinl They havo acted with tho political to the amount of hundreds of millions of on which the Is prlro on nnd helped to Ur uUlcJeul Iburvof to pruduc n flower river. About ICO acres in cul party It levied, which has legislated for the dollar. These questions art of grave make tho cost of living CO Mr cent CIS appTffnXISeirt oTa TSmmTiUSimuf ft! tuiui of money m ordered lu lo tii tlvatlon, and about 4G0 acres that has classes, and not for tho masses, and and vital Importance to of higher than It was ten years ago A Afjrlculturo. This Department ot Ait Fur the purciuusi price, the puri been deadened 4 or 5 years. Six or which has by its legislation brought Kentucky, and the people the people of Kentucky good law Is that law which benefit riculturo has rendered valuable serv- ur wlCi approved security or sec m seven good tenant houses, stables, into our country trusts, combines and want to know where you stand. Come the greatest number of peoplo, and ice to the Stato, and its score has monopolies, which havo been like a lug lm etc. WiU take $15,000 for this, on the Pit) law will not stand beon extended to as to Include fonwt-r- y mut exveuto lkiud, bear out candidly and say where you are. random box of evils to Injure tho this test. terms stated on above land. and Immigration. There was no Uuiwl from tho day uf sale uu 4 prosperity of tho pooplo. consume Judge O'Rear Inconsistent. Thsre aro four things every man Department of Agriculture when I en- and bavins tho force aid effect of i Tract No. 10. Forty acres 2 miles their hnrd earnings and Increaso the Judge O'Rear appears to be Incon- wishes to obtain as chnaply as pos tered Co nit reus, and I Introduced a bill Judjtcent. lllddcrs will be pup. north of Heathman. Will take $10 per expenses of living. sistent. Ho claims to bo a progres- sible. to establish a Department of Agricu- U comply promptly with threo u j Democratic National Achievements. yot he Is for Taft fur acre for this. A homo for himself, wlfo and chillture and the Chairman of the Com Democrats made great achievements sive, J. it. MILNKIt, lou Will sell any of above land at 10 at the last November election Then as President, and Taft is a standpat- dren rultteo on Agriculture reported a bill O'Roar commended In his Clothing to protect them from tho sulmtantlnlly tho snmo as mine, and Who Us your clothe doctor'' per cent cash, balance one to five, Northern and Western States, which ter, and Senator Uradley platform and mid It was passed, and wn now hate a Sec- letter placo Uiati White lltiu v one to ten, one to twenty, one to had been strong Republican State, lingley and Powers, who Kdlblcs to support Ufa. retary of Agriculture, In the Cnbtnet know our busltirtt. do our wi.k elected Democratic Governors and In- nro standpatters, Forty years if so desired by purchasnnd ho Farming Implements nnd mechan- of tho President creased their Democratic representa as his campaign manager, has Langley and guarantee natiafaotioo What and llradlcy ics' tools with which to labor. er, C per cent payable annually. In 1500 a Donvncratto administration Hon In tho United States Senato and and Langley and Powers otud against Republicans in do you want. AJko forty good brood marcs, bred United Stato-- House uf Representa- the farinurs' and Inborurs' free list bill, law put a tax on the existing tariff put the State Fair on n permanent balumber, with which sts and provided for an annual State tives. and tho bills reducing tariff duties on tho homo Is built nnd a heavy tax on ami County Parmer' Institute, and In to $1800 Jack that wo will sell at a The result of the last bargain. Also several good register- election marks n new era in November wool and woolen goods and on cotton. woolen and cotton good with which this way tho farmer's facilities for obour counDemocratic Tariff Vs. Republican ?. clothes aro tnndo. and a tnx on edi- taining Information hnvo greatly In Commissioner's Sale, ed red polled bull calves, and several try, and should strengthen tho faith bles, and a tax on farming Implo-ment- creased, nnd the State Pair gives him Tariff. of all citizens In tho virtue, intellipigs. registered Berkshire boar nnd mechanics' tools. Demo- an opportunity tn .i the best that is gence and patriotism of tho people, President Taft started tho tariff Fulton Circuit Court. Keulucky S. L. DODOS. and In tho success of free Institutions campaign a few days ago nt Hamilton, crats hnvo done all thoy could to produced upon tho farm, and laudabto make theso articles free or as nearly competition Is cnoouragud among Mass., when on tho 2Cth of August ho undor populnr government. rt.nu .U Count II t ni. p.a.s possible, but President Tall, farmers. It was a great protest of the peo- made a speech and severely crltlcliod free as ns I hnvo already stated, votoed tho plo against tho conduct of Republic- Speaker t'Inrk nnd Representatives Tlmro should be no politics In farm-e- Knliist lal McCotuiell. el u, u ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ans, and it was a voto of censure upon Underwood Institute, but It ha been charged, mil liiully and Senator iJtFoHotte bills and was sustained by the RepubRy virtue of a Judgment and i rf nnd. so far as I havo lnen Informed, tho President nnd Republican Con- nnd other Senators and Reprosunta-.Ive- s licans In Congress, ns It required of the members to pass tho bill not denied, thnt Republican have of nalo uf FulUm Ckcull Court, n f gress, and a preludo. 1 hope and for passing1 the bills bo vetoed, AH persona holding claims against Tho peoplo have a prostituted the farmers' institutes into ed at tho May term thereof, to tho overthrow of the Repub- md ho accused them of Ignoranco of over his veto the estate of Martha J. Faris, deceas- lican oligarchy which has become In- ho effect of the legislation, and he great remedy rhnnge of administra- political machine -- elect a Democratic President of From tho farm ns troll as from tho in tin above iuuo for a iLvt. ed, will file same with me properly toxicated with power, tyrannical In r ached his climax when ho (aid: tion funds, I siiall prinetl tn off r t legislation nnd despotic In tho man.Men of Massachusetts, it seoms to tho United Stntes and turn Repub- cities and towns como tho soldiers proven on or before Sept. 1 1911, or agement of Government affairs. who fight our battles In tlmo of war, at tho Court Houso dour iu liKk-- u me that the slogan of tho Republican licans out of office. be forever barred. C. C. Smith. Tho conditions am favorable in va- and from the farms ns well ns from Democrats In the called session ot party should involve a National cry s. Congress which has Just adjourned and not he confined to mere State rious respects for rhnngo of adminis- the cltlos nnd towns oomo leaders In Kentucky, to Uio highest bldb did their duty nobly nnd faithfully Democrats everywhere aro ready tration, and especially because tho science, literature nnd art. Presidents I'UMLIO ADCTlUN, uu Uu I Republican pnrty Is divided Into two if rollegns nd universities, and chief ot Hop!-- , at Tun (10) utkxk They have been true to the plodges t accept this challenge, nnd wo made In our Nntlonal platform, nnd our cnuso of Justice, right and factions, thn Insurgents and tho officers of I inks nnd railroads and In- ur iherebouttbulHi; Uriuil toil : they mado a record which not onl Stnndpntters. A distinguished Demo- dustrial institutions. air tnxntlon, will bo victorious, From tho fnrm upou u i.rvdll of six and t surprised tholr friends and discourllo'h "f tho great political parties cratic Congressman said not long also, as Wfll as from tho cities nnd aged their enemies, but gav e hopo and n Congress now faco tho realization ago. "The difference between them l towns, come Senators, Governor. luulilhs, thw follow I uc duMrib'U , I furnish my medicines and encouragement to Democrats every that tho defeat by tho President of ns to tho amount of tho loot" Insur- Representatives In Congress, Judges erty: guarantee a cure in... - i much needed. Just and Important gents say. "Rob by the protective and othor officers, where. nnd two of tho In Fulton County, Ky , luwit They passed the Canndian reciproc- tariff legislation at tho special sosslon tariff, but rob a little." The Stand- greatest Presidents furnished by tho ity measure, which President Taft of Congress mnken certain a tariff bat-'l- o patters say. "Tako It all." but Democ- Democratic party, Jefferson and Jack-son- , fourth liilurust In the south Ii Founders, Colic, Bots could not get tho Republican Congress were roared on farms, and two thu north-- mt ijuarter uf siti at the regular tension beginning racy appeals to tho command which Ring Bone, Bone Spavin of tho greatest Presidents furnished T l.lt 4, Weal, said llil-rto pass. on tho first Monday In December, comes from 8inal and says. Thou by the Republicans, passed resolutions providing next, wblth will exceed In Lincoln and 20 nvriMi laid uff noroiui tho suid Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil forThey amendment to the Constitution any tariff hnttlo which ever fierceness shnlt not steal." an wero roared on farms. Notoccurred, Farmers and Laboring Men. Eyes, Sharbon to authorize the election of United and that the tariff will go Into the I know I nm addressing today an withstanding tho conspicuous service ter Weak Alsu all of tho part of tin. 8tato8 Senators by tho direct voto of Presidential election next year with rendered by fnrmors, thoy havo boon tho people, but a Republican amend- force nnd fierceness nover equaled be- audience composed largely of farmers the main victims of Republican lcgli-lntloand Lockjaw. uHt ijuiuiur of scutlou 30, T I, nnd laboring men, and I confess I ment prevented tho final adoption of fore. In nil tho Presidential contoats They havo folt tho terrible West, described uh follows, bet' have where tho tnrlff has beon tho great Is-- for strong feollngs and sentiments weight of tho trusts, nnd tho heavy I own my hospital and am ready for the resolutions. everything that concerns them. I burden of tho tariff, ou tho east boundary lino uf They passed a bill providing for the e Democrats hnvo always been vicbusiness. both of which publication of campaign contribution! torious, and I hope nnd bellevo his- was reared on a fnrm, and although I rench nearly everything tho farmer quarter seollou at a stuko an I tory will repent Itself In 1912. The practiced law many years I have also buys or uses. before tho election. nlng north with tho said lino IBotla 2Pli.oxi.Ofii They passed the farmers' nnd labor- arguments are convincing and unan- owneu rarms many yenre, and havo a While I was I 1M .n thence west TiH fuut, thouco -farm now. All classen and all kinds In my jHiwer toIn Pnnr R.R.ROGERS, Veterinarian ers' frco list bill. swerable. In support of tho Democratic reduce tho burdens They passed bills materially reduc- position for tnrlff reduction so as to of buslniss depend upon tho prosper- of taxation nnd freo tho farmers from 'HO foot, ttiunco east 22 fool to ing tho tariff duties on wool nnd wool- get tariff for revenue only as soon as ity nnd success of fnrmors and labor- tho clutches of trusts nnd monopolies, beKlnulug. HICKMAN, KY. ing men. When farm crops fall or and I advocated taking en goods of nil classes, and thoy possible Also all or lot No 21 In tho tho tnx off to- passed tho cotton bill, and admitted The Robert Walker tnrlff bill, en- diminish, business of all kinds lan- barco every tlmo I could got an op- ot Jordan, Ky. guishes. I am In favor of and doscribod u Arizona and New Mexico to State- acted In 1810, Is said to have boon the portunity ' organization, lot on which thoru Is a black i hood. lest tariff hill ever passed by the Con- and laboring men, both among farmers Conclusion. nnd gress of the United States, and its I hnvo spoken longur thnn I shop. President Vetoes Most Important intendA majority of our population rate was less than half the live ed It will bo a great honor for mo Bills. Or sufficient thereof to produce t" rato of tho existing tariff law. on fanns and moro than hnlf our to bo elected (lovernor of Kentucky sums The Republican President, William It of money so ordered to l remained on tho statute hooks un- State tnxm nro paid by tho farmers agnln. H. Tnft, vetoed tho threo most Impor- changed mado. For tho purchase price, Ue I will bo alnccroly grateful until 1857, a period of oleven and the mnjorlty of our farmers aro to all tant bills passed by Democrats In the Democrats. Tho Democratic party has who voto for mo, nnd I will do all In purchaser, with approved socuslty or Houso of Representatives, and passed years James O. Dlalno. In his book, from tho foundation "Twenty Yotrs of Congress," stated 0f our govern- my imwcr to bo worthy of tholr confi- securities, must execute Uond, by Democrats and Insurgent Repubment championed tho fnrmcr'a cnuso. dence nnd support. licans In tho Senato, and theso bills that the eleven yenrs of the Walker ins legal Interest from tho da) c( tho Republican party has crip-pleHopeful Democrats nio gave the greatest relief to tho peoplo. tnrlff were tho most prosperous In the whilehis Interests nnd tho Interests of Kentucky all over our groat watching boJo until paid and having tho fi Ifo of tho Republic, nnd thnt the peocountry, He vetoed tho bill reducing existing laboring men tnxes on wool and on woolen goods, plo won so satisfied with It that in I ay tribute to by compelling them to and victory for DomocrnU In Ken- and effect ot a Judgment. llllder IRfiG, nfter ' had been In operation ten trustH. monopolies and tucky will probably moan victory for will bo prepared which saved tho peoplo of tho United to comply prompt'? comb m. nnd carry tho bunion Democrat In tho noxt Prosldontial fears, of States two hundred mlll'ons of dollars parties neither of tho great political with these terms. taxation. election which presented Prosldontial per annum, and he votoed the bill re- -If overy Democrat will do his duty anilldntos Thero should bo no J. It MILNUR. ducing existing tariff taxes on cotton plntform. referred to tho tariff In Rb voto among tho farmers and laboring at the November election wo will carUaatar CoBsmlsslomir goods, which saved fifty millions per ry our Stato for progress, for good Tho annum to mo people; and he vetoed ISGfi, Morrill tnrlff bill wns nnssBit in men nt tho next Stnto election. Demo- - government nftor tho Civil nnd for tho Domoc-ntl"ui; law on our the farmers' nnd laborors' free list and tho Republican War commenced overy iiiuiiiniRirniinns havo ennctod party has since nunui uy .u.uuu majority. See Our Agent stntuto books to bill, which saved ono hundred millions In every Nntlonal platform agricultural conditions, whllo of farmers and laborers, thnt tlmo no Hi his dollars to tho and unsatisfactory ex- - promised n revision of tho tariff Tho Hh Republlrnn administration hns to remarkable revisions hnvo always beon upward credit a single act to upbuild agricuso being tfcat tariff rovlsion should of downward, until wo now live culture In thlH Stnto, and when tho Tax Notice, wait until reports nro mado on tho into Republican convention wns held for high grndc dlfforcnt tariff schedules by a tariff undor tbn highest tariff schedulo over at Iulsvlllo tho plntform adopted known In tho world. Fire departments are necessary and board composed of men who havo no Republicans aave much property, but they cannot moro capacity and no bettor informa- National contestpromised In tho last did not montlon tho fnrmer or laborPay your State, County and School for President to ing mon, but tho fourtoonth plnnk of tion on tho tariff than tho members be relied upon always. Although they of tho Ways and Menns the downwnrd In tho inter-t-- t tho Domocrntlo plutfonn Is ns follows: taxutt now ud save costa ot collecof tho consumers. They revised "Wo favor organization nnd may put out the fire, water may do which roportod tho hills Commlttoos tion. to which I It upward In tho Interest of monopoamong tho fnrmors as much damage as tho fire. Flra havo roferred. tho labor(loaldor Johnson. GOAL OIL and GASOLINE lies nnd manufacturers, but In doing ers of tho Stnto, and the and onactmont of President Tnft is tho first President Insurance protects you against the Shorltf, liltoii County In all tho history of our Republic who this they mndo plalnor nnd clearer to such constitutional Iuwb ns will prolost by fire as well as the loss by votood bills to cheapen the clothing tho peoplo than ever beforo that tho tect thorn from tho greed nnd oppresLowest prices nnd prompt water damage. A fire Insurance pol- of tho poor pooplo, cheapen broad and truo Democratic dortrlnn as to tho sion of tho truBts nnd monopollas of delivery. Absolutely In that tho Government has no tho oountry, which nr tho dlroot fruit Meet your friends at Uio Lyric Saticy In a reliable company with a rep- moat for tho hungry, cheapen machin- tnrlff ery nnd tools for tho farmer nnd labor- right In equity or In law to collect a of Republican legislation." uniform. urday night. pictures at popuutation for fair dealing and prompt- ing men, Kentucky had no Department of Agand yet my distinguished op- dollar of tnxntlon oxtept for Its own lar prices. Is your best protection. We rep ponent. Judge O'Rear, voted support, nnd thnt Ro; ubllcnn doctrine riculture until I hnd tho honor to bo ness for Taft is that resent only such companies. and Jnilonod hlH platform In 1008, and benefit tnxos muy he levlid for tho Governor of tho Stnto I rocommond-c- d nnd protection of f.ivorod hull I at thn Ifltn Ilonilltllf-nto tho Donornl Assombly tho rwinvunttsin .if o Pay your tnxos now and aavo fur INDIAN REFINING CO. vldunls nnd pr.ferred of a bill establishing a Dopart-ln- t H. C. HELM, Agent Kentucky, held July 11, ho wrote and Is loltzed robbery, cius.ies, which EVANSVILLE Ipted Jpca, .resolution n jthe Jlejyj nnd authorising ther costs. oXJrlouLturo H4Sa-3- Bargains in FarmzLand. McCreary's T - Speech Continued, one-hal- wii-llnUcau" pimr5fnru1cir Indorsee II. Taft for renomlnatlnn for Pios-Idcin 1912. Tho King of England has not In centuries exercised such a right as Tuft has exercised, and, tu my opinion. If tho King of England woro to voto such bills as Taft vetood It would cost his crown, and Indignant, determined people all over our country will see to It thnt Tnft will loso his crown or ofilco at tho November election In 1912. nnd all thoko who support and uphold him in tho matters to which I referred should loso their chan co for olllco, also. m INFLAM- MATION AND PAIN do-sir- 1 pro-iltiier-s hlhit . to-wi- 1 t tr - u Ryan-Aldrlc- dls-trrssl-ng 1 tor -- Retre-Eonlatlv- ? s two-thir- -- k Ex-wait- s. bo-ii- oe LOOK! LOOK! n. si av-era- av-cra- -w d stny-at-hom- o JtoafiMofe.c&t In-'tr- Saad Sal a my aeao ro-v- is d n pnn-sng- itit Lt.j?,fe IWkJfetwS9M!..t''U . r? ""ST " o-- - -- ' V 1 HIS OWN DAY TRAIN ROBBERS Blow Two Safes On Southern Pacific. nodding. Cnl., SopL 4. Threo ono n negro, hold up tho south-boun- d Oregon express on tho Southern Paclflo railroad, a rnllo and u half north of Uunolno, 40 mlloH north of Redding. They blow boih nufcs In tho ox press cur, rilled thorn aud om rob-bor- n, I DEMOCRATIC SPEAKER Will Open Campaign In Hick man, Monday, Sept. 11. Cnpt. W. J. Stone, of Eddyvllle, r, ex congressman and confederate will open tho Democratic camfcol-dle- II llVTKS iic 1 I I I I , mricr Want Column iiwit in m.f W I Onl imt WorJ pvt unurf .i I I HMMtll ilri at tlil otrico. I I M I I ft--f Our Work is Exceptional - oil BALK, A few choice lota turn Addition. For particular lit In- Oil BAM: Threo good boiwea lots, veil locaivd In Wil Hick- j ti Almost now. Will null cheap Id on icuMiuablo terms. F. M. pro- iw tic bu I'OU SALE tu a genuine bargain. moat market refrigerator in good Jr. too Urge (or our Irndo. Fur rther luforuiatlou address Ktmbro, Uo irt'ii & Co., Moscow, Ky. and our prices arc as reasonable as it is possible to offer. Wc believe that the sick arc under enough expense, so never take advantage of any persons need to set our prices. In fact in case of sickness our prices arc exceedingly low. minutes after it occurred. A special train Immediately wan prepared nt Dunsmulr, Cal., and loft with n MiH8o aboard. Sheriff Montgomery of Tehama county also was Informed, and another pokho wan picked up by a special at Hod ItlufT. A third posno was organized at Redding and joined tho Ited ItlufT men. A battlo with tho bnndltB, who lied to tho forests to the went, In expected. Tho robbers boarded the, train oh It stood on n siding at (1 Hi son, near When tho train got Under way Into tho express car, holding tho mes sengers at bay with revolvers. Only one of tho bnndlts, tho negro, wart masked. They blew tho pafos, and nl tho sound of tho explosion tho train slowed down. Tho robbers grasped what they could lay hands on nnd Jumped into tho darkness, where their two companions joined them. A brakemnn on tho train says the men leaped Into an automobllo which headed for Dunsmuir, a densely wooded dlhliicL This is believed to Increase tho chance of capturing tho bandits. Tho negro ii described as being about 6 feet C Inches tall and weighing ICO pounds. Ho wore a black slouch hat. Ono of tho white men was slightly taller, had a sandy tnur-tarh- o and wore bluo overalls. Tho third man was of medium height and wore a gray suit and gray slouch hat. No description was obtained of Uo men who were outside tho car. en pod. In their enenpo the thrco men wero accompanied by two other robber, who had boon riding on tho roof of tho car No ono wan hurt. Tho val uo of tho booty ban not boon learned, Tho robbery waB reported at Del tit. Cal, by C'onduetor Dickey within 16 paign In Hickman, Monday, Sept. 11. ('apt Stone Is a flno speaker, we nro' told, and u good' crowd sliuuld greet him on this occasion. Atty Sam Elliott, of Fulton, who has keen appointed chairman of the campaign committee of tbu county, la unable to say at what hour Mr. Stone will speak, but It will probably be at night A M. Tyler, wjfe and son motored to Newborn, Tenn., Sunday to visit relatives. Saturday Night The Lyric. Hickman Baptist Church, Sunday, September 10th: Sunday School (it 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 o'clock. Evening service at 7:30 "p. m. Especial attention Is called to the change in the time ot the evening services 7:30 Instead of 8 o'clock. On Sunday, Sept. 17th, a protracted meeting will begin at tho Baptist Church. Rev. E. L. Watson, of Memfollowing handsome folks sub- phis, Tenn, will assist la the meeting The scribed or renewed for the Courier Ho will arrive Monday, Sept, 18th. Saturday: Iiun Ilackett, It. F. D. Lo- Ilro. Watson was formerly pastor of gan, Ilev. W 0. Stockton, L. D. Spil- - the Union City Baptist Church. Wo lers, A. L Oakes, Jno. BUrtchett, C. extend a cordial Invitation to Chris I. Hagun, 0. W. I'helps, J. F Scott. tians of all denominations to help as L. A. Uonnell, N. M Oliver, Ed Pal as they may be able; also, we Invite the public most heartily to attend mer. the meeting. Spurgeon Wingo, pa.v tor. Tho Ourley tobacco crop of Kentucky which last year was estimated to be 300,000,000 pounds, will not amount to more than 50,000,000 is this year. Tho great shortage due to the worst drought In thirty years, hailstorms which recently damaged or dlstroyed growing crops, nnd tho failure of hundreds of farmers who wero members of tho Bur-le- y Society to plant tobacco this year ou account of the large amount of the pooled crops of other years still unsold. BAPTIST CHURCH Protracted Meeting begins Sunday, September 17th. ' y; -- i.M 1:!l m ms. mm those W New Goods IN GREAT VARIETY ...VS'.r.tC'...t.ay?..: W J Logan was bore from Craig's Lindlng Monday. Miss Nell Peavler and lu Union City Monday. brother were NOW BEING SHOWN AT We know our buslnces and do our work right. White Bros. You will cave money by paying your elate county and school taxes now. Your state, county and school tax now due and payable. Qoalder Johnson, Sheriff. Is f E. R. ELLISON'S Dry Goods and Variety Why not use dustlees coal for cooking. A. A. Farla has the real article at the right price. "Bread in Old Kentucky" bJgh pat- 1 ; SLAYS HIS WIFE'S ESCORT DIoomlnQtoh CASH STORE As usual, this store marks all goods in plain figures at one low price, the same to everyone, and because we sell for spot cash only ent Margaret flour. Better than others but costs no more. Belt ere worth & Prather. Dr. W. F. Blackford left for hU home in Louisville, Tuesday, after a brief visit with his brother, Dr. C. M. Blackford, In this city. C. M. Yates, the shingle man, has purchased a building lot from Judge B. T. Davis, and will build a new residence. Consideration $400. FOR SALE. Too Mrs. Delia Car- Bier residence In the Henry Addl- House Is practically nuw, has & kr rooinu, good garden fenced, els- ill, (our outbuildings, otc. U Lot UGO. Unfortunately owner tnuiit Bl: TnU can bo bought at a bar- In- - 1cm than Iho house coal. If Tin- - Itinerant tnllor. receiflly have I00 Idle cash and are par- by Carl Schmidt left Saturday fircut, job luul bettor Investigate. nlglil without telling lilx liotvs good Ikulars at Courier office. dh Hiiliuildl nUo misses some go'xl.i h)i and minify. hlte oni Bros.. Cleaners MIsm Muna Dlostelhrlnk returned Procters. Tuexdny morning from ludlaimpollH, Ir A M inilsnu. Ml Me Mnttlt lild., where .she has spent tho summer In the Intercut of hur musical Annie Helm Ellison uru exH-cltbu' next v'hV. from n vUlt with Kindles miIji friend Albert Dennis Is now a member of the Keppltr Carnival Co, which re tl'H Until lliowder, Hit Is kghlt r of Mr und Mrs. Joy llrow- - feiiHj ili)ed Hickman. The show fnll.nl of ImiIIoii, ustiiliid a brokiu at Union City this week We DennlH Is Fridii)- - ulillt lo crank lo learn what stunt Mr. pulling off automobile Encounters Pair and Fire Three Times and Flees. (III.) Man Per-bcua- Helm Ellison -- fa Uloomlngton, 111., Sept, K. Frank Olllesple. when ho saw Ernest and Gillespie's wlfb walking ou un uptown street, drew a revolver and fired threo shots. Two bullets struck Perechall and inflicted injuries that may prove fatal. Cilllciplo has not been captured. Train Runs Down Auto; Two Killed. North Yakima, Wash.. Sept. 4. Miss Frauklo Vaughn of this place was instantly killed and Edward L. Davis of Seattle was so seriously In Jured that he died In tho hospital when an automobllo containing ulno persons was run down by a train at Toppenlsh. All of tho other occupants of the car wero Insured in tho smash. we make the price the very lowest possible, consistent with good quality. Pay your State, County and School. Taxes now and Bave costs. You will find Sheriff Johnson at his office at Hickman Bank & Trust Co. Sheriff Johnson seems to have a hard time keeping a deputy at Fulton. Bailey Iluddleston was first appointed to that position, and tho City of Fulton had so much faith in Johnson's ability to pick good material for un officer that Iluddleston was made chief of police forthwith. Johnson next appointed Ed Drysdale, and this recommendation for Drysdale caused the I. C. railroad to get him as special officer. Johnson is now looking for another man for deputy. ! ISS-W- Come and Look d Th. Manly Man With a Mind of His Own f aF Ctjl im lWi. Father Seeks Son and Daughter. Mattoon, III, SopL 4. W. 11. Wynn of Marshflcld arrived here In bearch of bis son, Thomas Wynn, whom ho Dr. Howard, of Department of has uot seen In 23 yearn, and who Is says there Is nothing better said to lmo coino to Coles county. He Is also searching for n daughter, for mosquito bites than plain soap. who he believes lives In SL Louis. Wet tho noap and rub It gently on the place bitten. Try It. For a ueat Job of undertaking Frank U. llarrlss, a prominent ReHickman Furniture Co. publican of Fulton, has been reap pointed tho Republican member of the Fulton Coiiulv Board of lClectloii iViin mlsHloners. This Is Mr. llarrlss" third consecutive appointment lo thl3 position. SCIENCE INVENTION NOTES OF W f Mtrf LA V The man who knows what suits him when he sees it who is exacting in his demands for sterling quality and right tailoring the man who spots merit no matter how moderate the price, will find clothes bearing the Peck label the sort that will appeal to his idea of what constitutes good, respectable wearables at prices that are not out of keeping with values. As, for example: $10 to $23 rffffiHu(Mlfwjz Dodds Baltzer &INCOiU'ORATED D. s--J G. Co. Tho Syrian mission press at rielrnt prints tho Diblo In Arabic for C0.000,- 000 pcoplo who speak that tongue. France took 405,124 pounds out of n total of 078.083 Pounds of human hair exported by Japan In 1909. It was about 1720, at Amsterdam. hat Fnhronholt ms.de his first ther mometer, which has served as a model ever slnco. Nw York's Interior streams, it has o been estimated, could bo mado to 1,1100,000 horse power If properly harncssod, A stmplo and practical voting ana machlno has been Invented by a blind navnl veteran In n California soldlors' home. Th nort hi Ilav'ro is to bo Improved at a cost of 16,700.000. which will bo shared by tho nation, department nnd local chambor of commerce. niood lotting was tho groat heart depressant until modern times. Now digitalis, veratrum and the coal tar extracts aro Just as powerful and deadly as was tho lanco. Although tho London Radium Institute is to bo openod In October ia mnnncoment has boon unablo to obtain tho flvo nnd grammes of radium which it neon for Its therniioutlo work. Tnrltor baa more nged persons In proportion to nor population than any other European nation. Tho longest sea wnvo ever measured by tho hydrogrnphlo office was half a rnllo in longth. Sweden's lncrenso In population Inst year was tho gruateat for any of th last ten years. pro-ducg one-quart-er Jeff Hodco. :i young man who kill ed ono of his fellow workmen sever al months ago In the Ohio ltlver op- polto Cairo wns tried In tho circuit coort nt Wlckliffe Thursday nnd ac- (iiiHted. limine was charged with mv He killed a man nam lUious nssault ed Jeff HarrU on April I In n skiff In the river near Bast Cairo. Harris attempted to Hlrlko Hodge and Hodge -- truck him with an oar, fntally wound Ing him. At the trial Hodge pleaded si If defense. 25 t i It btm4$ with your fool Shoes that the dainty who women, and revel In flood fitting ttyllsh footwear, will be charmed wlttli. This line Is an exhibition well Mr. J. N. Lusk nnd two children left Tuesday for Perryvllle, Tenn, to C. L. Walker accompanied his wife spend a few days with relaUvea. to Gibbs Monday night, enroute to Mrs. I.ula (Inory and daughter, Fulton where Mrs. Walker would take Mis Frances, of Jackson, Tenn., are n train on her way to Oklahoma City. the guests of Mrs. Hurry Holcombe. While waiting at Clbbs, her suit caso was stolen from the waiting room. Major F. U. Ilaretty, bero of many The suit cose was missed about five wars and one of the few survivors of ln'nuiea. later and It was learned that Custer's lust fight, died Saturday tu a man was seen going down the track St. l'uul. with 't. A search was instituted at We editors nro generally a prelty cuce and it was found hidden under scarry lot of fellows, but wo notion a mall crano some distance from thu most of them aro making a special station. Mr. Walker was so hot on the trull of the thler that he did not on-- ) plea for nil the hae time to get on with It. Tho dollar bills they can get. search caused them to miss tho Presbyterian Church: Regular ser- train to Fulton, but the southbound vices next Sunday. Sunday School at train was btopped at Qlbbs for Mrs. 10 n. m. Subject for the morning Wtlker. sermon: "Tho Net Haul." Subject Walter L. Brown, of the Industrial for tho evening sermon: "Tho Ambitious Thistle." All have a standing Leagse, left Monday for Jackson, limitation. Win. 01. Stockton, Minis- Tenn, to spend a few days. Froii there he will go ou tho road for a . ter. few weks In the Interest of the new J. R. Finch was elected Saturday addition. Aud, by tho way, this is by a hnmlKomo majority over Messrs. going to be the prettiest part of Hickman mid Clover for sheriff of Hickman some of these days in tho Obion county, Johuslo Sanders, the hear future. Several ball players of nominee for trustee, was elected by the Minneapolis team are now figura good majority. The opposing can- ing on building handsome winter didates for tho office wero Messrs homes In this addition, In thu neighHornbeak, Kinney and Latimer. borhood with Baseball Magnate Mr. Clymer Is alreudy draftWhen Jules Vemo wrote and published his highly Imaginative novel, ing plans for his home, and there is "Around tho World In Highly Days," little doubt that he wUlbulld here. a few years ago, nobody believed Owing to the fact that some lots that such a thing was possible. Hut have been sold at about $500, a great now comes a newspaper reporter of many people, ourselves Included, wero Purls, und makes the under thu Impression that all the lots days, having trav- wero priced at about that figure. The trip in thlrty-nln- o eled ID.riOO tulles, au average of 480 truth Is, however, that lots can be had from $G0 up to that price. miles a day. "germ-Infected" Can-tllloJagor-Sclimldt, in Itself, and worth more thattna uJance. , IN I J Turnip sood in bulk for fall sowing Just rocolvod. DeUorawortb & Piatbar. Bradley & Parham Kvery tlmo flov. Augustus 13, Will-soTIME TABLE C, M. & Q. R. R. hits a golf ball It cosU tho State (Effective June 4, 1911) of Kentucky thirty dollars. Twenty dollars for his salary aud ten dollars 5:30 a. m. Leave Hickman for his substitute, Lieut. Oov. Cox. Arrive Orenburg...... 8:30 a. m. This sort of talent comes high, but 2:00 p. m. Leave Hickman the Republicans do not euro wi long 5:00 p. m. Arrive Dyorsburg us the Treasury pays tho bill. This 9:00 a. m. Leave Dyersburg lu oue of thu logical reusoua why tho 12:00 soon Arrive Hickman Leave Dyersburg 6:30 p. m. Jurors In tho January term of tho 8:50 p. m. Arrive Hickman Fulton Circuit Court have never beou ROSS.Ageat, paid for their services, u ail, ) W.at "j:Sp '- 0m0mAi No Trouble !! v: i?, V.Z t About Your Plumbing if you have us attend to it. We don't start a job without knowing exactly what is needed, and we don't leave it until we have made a thorough job of it. That doesn't mean we string out the work. We are as quick as we are skillful and people who have employed us can tell you what that means. Ask them. &' .,?! llEflHSHI 4.50 AT III III! ' The Courier's WccKly bermon ' V Hr I'AHTUlt III S,KI.I."-- T ft Q Subject Ey. Lump Goal Who'll Take 'er? Fine Bottom Farm of 56 Acres Well Improved, Already Stocked 1 Let mc save you money on your coal. For Only $35 an Acre Owner has other business opportunities and will sell this pUce at much lets than It Is worth. It can be had with buildings, stock, farming Implements and poultry already on It. Two residences on place, In only moderate repair, but two q4 barns, ono 30 and the other 32 feat, with sheds on sides. Nice bearing orchard, 60 bushels apples, plenty of plums, etc. 100 acres of th place In cutlvaltlon; produces 60 bushels corn, a bale of cotton per j r,, also alfalfa, oats, wheat, potatoes and all other crops or this section a fine slock farm, now stocked with registered hogs of three kinds, ti.e stock and about 200 chickens, gulnoas, etc., which may be bought w.th place. All under good American wire fence, but outside- Is a range ul 5,000 acres for stock. Three good wells and pumps on farm. Land Is next to river, but Is being added to yearly by river Uct Its. No better soil under the sun. Place-- will stand any kind of Inveit. gallon you may cant to make. This Is an extremely low price, as low as any unimproved land, but absolutely nothing wrong with the farm or Its title. Makes a crop every year. If you want cither a Fulton county farm or a good In vestment, It will pay you to buy this place. The impossible" Accomplished by STAHR STEVE PHONES BOTH iliii c Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. iMUM Both Phones Jo. 73 - A. M. TYLER Attorney-at-Lflw MJxX-- J JUk: 1?F9HEN &4BIN1T and Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. Office with Judge B. T. Davis Apply a cotton cloth wot with BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT to all wounds, cuts, burns, sores or blisters, and note Us wonderful healing power It U prompt and very effecUve. Prlco 26c, 50c. and $1.00 per bottle. Sold 4 by IQckman Drug Co. Is to fly 1.G00 and the Mississippi, "Steamboat UIU"lsu't a mlgbty wan auy more. A famous aviator llimi irlin urn most aUrtl nf ihrtr DosJuona are not at- ways miking about It Men wno much upon their dignity hare not. a a stand nil, much cla to Henry upon.Merrtman. a iai miles over Business -- Directory ASK FOR RATES- - St. PAUL'S Carefully wash and remove all yel Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. low leaves from the cress. Shake In Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. a cloth and lay near the Ico to chllL Remove the pulp from a grape fruit and break in small plcos without crushing. Put In a salad bowl three W. J. McMURRY Attornsy-at-LaItablespooafuls of olive olL a table- iBpoonful Office la Darla Building on corner. 'powdered of vinegar, teaspoonful of sugar, half a teaspoonful Hickman, Ky. of salt .and a dash or two of paprika; stir until smooth and well blended. DR. K. M. CRUTCHHELD. Add the cress and the grape fruit; Dafltlst toss (until well mixed, and serve. A very pretty and also delicious DftTMaea'a obi ataad. Pnoaa No. 2. salad may be made using grape fruit Htcfcroan, Ky. and marlschlno cherries. Arrango head lettuce loaves In nesta and on theso a mixture of grape fruit In small HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. pieces with a fow of the red cherries. Fur.aral Directors and Embalmers. The fruit should bo marinated In FTench dressing before serving. A PfeOM 20, day or night. teaspoonful of mayonnalso may be Hiekasaa, Ky. added If desired. Chopped cucumber and onion seasoned with French dressing, makes a THE ELECTRIC STUDIO favorite salad. Sorve tho salad In Everything In Photography tomato cups and garnish with mayon nalso. Styto, Quality and Price Right Well seasoned croam cheeno made Next to Price House Into balls and served on lottuce leaves with French dressing and a bit of Bnr le Duo currants Is a salad well W. F. MONTGOMERY liked. Undertaker w EPISCOPAL Services: CHURCH 8aUd Making. Vegetable salads are cooling and refreshing, but contain llttlo nutriment save In the dressing. The salad It a stimulant to tho appotlte, as Its appearance. If attracUvo, pleases the eye first, then tho palate Green salads are valuable for tho water and mineral salts that they contain. When served with oil a salad furnish. es nutriment of much value to the systom. All salads made of crisp green vegetables should bo kept well chilled to avoid wilting. Lettuce wilts If allow. ed to stand In the dressing. Canned or cold cooked vegetables are 'used In salads, but should stand In the dressing or be marinated In a French dressing to be well seasoned. A salad prepared at tho table Is es pecially pleasing to most people, aa the custom Is not yet so common aa to lose Its novelty. Water Cress and drape Fruit Salsd. Hearse and drivers furnished on short notice. WOODLAWN DAIRY A H. Leet, Proprietor. The oaly dairy In rnltoa County. For Sale.. House and lot In West Hickman, five rooms three porches, city water In kitchen and newer. lo cmep, ami In of tin tliurch a tJod'a elect, and in exhortliiK Hi Church to nuiki their allliii: and elivtlon nun'." Ilo wna Address to 5.000 at Mt. Lake ho wan rlKht In thife iimtlors Park, Md., Assembly Grounds. Hut ho was In accord wllli tho lllblw. irmiR In iltvlnrlntf that tlol hud t lo nn eternity the Mt Lnko Tark. f miftVrlm:- - Uvauic there Is no Scrip-tur3.-- Th. Md . Sept. to till offpet The only Kcrlpturw Rreutrst Liy ever" nspotlni; 1IiIiip prtslpstlnntloii reI.h the penernl II IpIU I lie Chtifh- - Hit elect here. Tho lates lo Cixl foreknew the Church as a Hi Hint ri'pulnr stiinnn at sKs-lnlleli-c- l chm and pnilpsilnnlwl tliu Ameuilily City no one con Id be n member of thin ended August SO. that ii a would NeterthflreH tlio class pxri'pt such copies of UN 8on, tho Hislismer. To nftcr xittwin this, the rfoiiptunil pnslisiln.itlon. t)f The uuvrlp ltllIt nmip can olijort. It N thecnnmil u lural iliiltictloim which linio Asauvhv Minimis tl"ii ,cllet nil the illtiictilty HI. Paul kIvo Hip key to tlu slliin In M'nn affair. I He ileclarpn Pastor Kinsell of Itrookljii TuInTiinelt. lion In I Timothy II. Loudon TulHTimclf, Is tho Hint It N UikI's will Hint all iiipii "hall now a No of Ik snvpil (nvovensl from the isiiiiIpiii on the projrrnni. HiMiiki-- r .r nrl.li imtlon which mini' upon all throned IliimlroN of inlulMcTS nml thousand un to an nVrurtiio ilam niitl of ititilr Htiult'titK are In program xhows more than sixty knwl.il(to of I In Tnitli. Ilo dpebrps 'Jh The Association la Hint It Is for this tvaion that Jeriis Im publle nddri-4ii- c Chrlstlnn union on the mum the Misllnlor N'twis'ii (Sod nml tho world of mniiMml and Hint the Itililp lmiln and without sectarian tpstlinotiy of this ureal fuel will rpaeh fonrw to Ni'pnrnto Is tho u'litluient--th- e III bh truth. jireloiiHly uiNundcr--(mk- I all ihoii ,lti dm time " and iiiNlntt'rpreti'd by tho In Cod' "Du. Tin-.- " M'fwratliiR creiiN, Is tho expla-imtloNow U the Chiirrh's "due Hihpm to tioilV lore ami Merry In tho and to hoar, itui.tml Hi' world's. lhlng tif tho Church nnd the world i.tnn lillmls and lUsifrns Hi" uorld of and the glorious salvations provided iihiiWIihI jiiv that oitl.r a faronsi In tho The Convention will few. isHhffeinHlrWy s bear and onittiuo In mwlon another wivk. "si's iiinfiVnil uriirt' In lUirNt. Ilnsit i'ititor Unwell, remarking that the s Hip IhswIiiu nf llinsp who o ami IxMiuMful ground) and Auditorium are histr. for thi-rinj-- maki' llo'lr enllliic the prorlr of tho MethotlNt llreth-ren- . md elpptl!!! surp and Joint look for hN toxt John Wesley's tielm with llielr lliilit'incr In UN Mes fnvorlto lonn of Tree draco "And 4aule Klnuitom. Then will Is duo Mio Spirit mimI the Hrldc any. Come: Kntnii hv lilpssltiK of Ho iim chvt. unit lot hint that lionrvtli Ray, Come: irlll Im- - IhmitiiI for Hip Hioiisnnd years nml l"t tilm that N nthlrxt come; and f Mi 'lhs ICIumloni. DmliiPits. Ik hnll Ills. ami iuprtlti'n lHivier nlll. let him take tho wa- tlion njfitliH! to how and conit of llfo fnvly" ilh'velatlon xxll, ' ITi PaHHir Itus'M'll that fs uiiiNr HiN full mid jrmrlous oji- I'rorixtnntlitu In general was Calvin-itli- - isTtutill will dip the Second tbrri will Is no rpjoirris-thit- i whon llrotlier Wesley tM'gnn his from ivlid-They will er no rmllllllkili ori'iK-hin"Cod Is Up;" "Whosoever utterly dpstroy will iniy roine nml tnke of tin water isli a liriile lnstH-- ie pil fnmi :iinoiipt Hip ksiI (II t'pter if life, frvely" there N no pedestlnn to ftcrnnl totluri'l The retiult of( II. 12: Artx III. IrttiJi Ilmthcr Wesley's favorite Irit llruthor Wesley's twifhlngs Is won, Free- Urare N a precious one not ineroly In the nuiuU'rs profeiwlng Iit1iot!lni and Krcsi Ornce; lib Intlu-tn- 'i' still, thoitch It din's not bclonK in the hns overall i'pt ull tho CalvlnNtlc (irpucnt Ak but lo the comlnc one. of Tin riM)f of this N eiidenceil liy the Their coufexstun not yet The dlih still are CalvlnNtlc. but In their context. She Church Ntho Hrlde, comthe b not yet nml on their toniniea they havo plete. llnilliiT Wosley'a Messnec. "God la Lnmb'a Wife, but merely lib espoused vlrjjln. Iji Mi" never prcdeatlnatttl anybody to etiTtml torturp." Rinht In Gome Psrtlculars Wrong In THE TIME TEST. Others. Hickman People Cannot DePunter Ituwoll doelnrps that Uroth-r- s mand Stronger Proof of Merit, Cnlvln nml Wwley wero loth right hi iprtnlii iwrtlulnrrt nml Ixith wronR :i other pirtlmlnrH ltmthor Calvin Tho tent of time Is what tells tho wan .ii1to rlf III In declnrtui; an el- talo. The public la (pilck to discover tuNreprcxoiitntlons nml merit aloii" Hill stand tho test of tliuo. Txhik uro many smtoful pitplo In this tmalny publicly endorsed Doan'u Kldi cy 1'ilN; thoy do tto still. WiMild Hi- ao HlatotnuntH ho ctiiiflrined If Duau'a Kidney I'IIIh did not posBtsm laMtlnj; toHtlinuny merit? - Tho fullnwIiiK Mrs. J. F. Daniels, of should convince tho most akeptlml Sip, Ky., writes: "I was Hickman render. so sick for 3 or 4 years, Mrs. (Seorito Conilm, Cedar at., Ful1 had (o hire my work ton, Ky., Kaya: "For koiiio time I done, most of the time. suffered from Imcknelio ami weaknesu acniSH my lolim. Any over exertion Ihadsivcnuphopc. When nKKrnvnled my trouble uml at Union I began to take Cardui, I I could hardly work. TImtp were nth knew, right away, it was cr annoyances duo lo weak kidneys. helping me. Now, I am A member of my family found wonbetter than ever before in derful hcnurit from Doan's Kidney my life, and Cardui did it" I'IIIh and Induced mo lo try thuin. Ilo proctirtsl a box fii- - inu and bocan. E G4 their use. In n fow days I nollced n chaiiKo for the better and after I had fliiNlied the couteiilH of tho lint Take tho backache nnd all other dUtrcHsliiK jniioma oi my irouiiio hail com pletely disappeared." (From Btnto-nieiiNt-atiiiuii-elppsen-lltni'i- Pastor pussell. if y Imk-oi- Con-MiiIi- vi The Hickman Courier The Everything You Want Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh nnd tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Hein7's, 57 varieties. ali Jnr-riii- p - m-al- Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal nltcntion. il-i- MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74 HICKMAN (i H VsssflLLr MARBLE WORKS r KNTAIII.IHIIKI litiA TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. 'HmvNir to II. fl. ItAiiiiimiit'.itrtvKWHl Marble and Granite Monuments CURDING. STONK WORK OK A! KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky It Mm Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY DlltKCTOItH it. M. IHI.KU J.J.O. IIO.NIinitANT II. T. IIAVIB KlK.d. ll.TllltKI.KKr.H T. A.I.KHKOItl) llr.J.M. IIITItllAltl) IIKNIlY HANdKIt 1 The Woman's Tonic Cardui has helped thousands of weak, tired, worn-o- ut women, back to health. It has a gentle, tonic action on the womanly system. It noes to the cans. of the trouble. It helps, it helps quickly, surely, safely. It has helped others. Why not you? It will. Try it. Get a bottle fodavl given. In 100.1.) A We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, nn offer our depositors the most lilrcral treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS I.J..4.W. inf. IMI I PERMANENT CURE Rough Lumber For Sale... Kenton, Tenn. to Dahnko's Cream Dread received Granger coffco, at 2Gc, Our famous daily at Motheny Dros. & I'lanL U stW Uw talk of the town. Better Iliivo you noticed how many fellows than lota of 35c coffees. Phono 38. a ro predicting an early killing frost? We have somo new things in 'BtttteraworUi ft Prattler. Don't pay any attention to thotn,thcy this seaaon. IUckmnn Furnl- do tho aatno every summer. gubaeribfl for the Cwtrter. fur-nllu- Dimension Stuff cut to order on A four room dwelling on same lot, Short Notice. water In yard.' Now, Just built 1010. condiMill located on Dresden Road Both houses arc In first class tion and stand on a lot CCxlOG feet. miles east of Hickman. $1200 'Is 2 tho prlco of both places for If you are in need of anything quick aalo, or may be sold separate. in this line, see For further Information apply to W. E. Allen, Hickman, or L. J. Allen, HUBBARD Dr. J. M. -2 On May in, 1007, Mrrt. Combs con- finned tho nbovo statement, Haylnc: "I havo novcr had nocualon to nso Doan'H Kidney I'ills hIik-I ivo a publlo Ktatoment, roeommemlliiK them In May, 1003. I ndvbo anyone auf. ferliiK from klduoy trouble or bnck-achU;lvo-Douii'Kidney 1'IIIa n o IVrtf I, I rsaitll'llfc II. (I HAMAOK, AM't Dnnlilnr J, A. I HUM i ITIN, I'lHH trial." For nalo by all doalurs. 1'rlco r.Oe. Co., Iluffalo, N. V., aolo iikpiiIh for thu Unltiil 8lnle. Ilemomher tho name Doan'H nml Inke no other. FoKlei-Mllbur- FRESH MEATS Ti'y Our I'huns 4 LAUNDRY -- AT- o. n. MOoriE t ' . Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices ; Tako that prescription to Hulm Klllson. lure druga, quick florvle1' roasonahln prices. Lot us figuro on Uiat hill of luu1 hor. noynolda Mom ft Co., In cjr' poratcd. WUt Brew.. t I GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore BEST j I I I ; i ( ssm 1H. I g