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It cbt-nTwenty yrare ago, llil pMpor rot I II uyenr. .No man U loo poor to tiK'iid tlil niuouiit for a pnpcr that met nil the countr ft nil p In Advance No eieeptton to thlirule. Only la OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY Thk Paper Always Stops when yoartlra li oat. We dont believe la foroins a paper oa anyone. If you do not want to mil a copy, keep the ubaorip-tlo- n paid up. A notice of expiration li siren bere tf daye ahead with 1 THE HieKMRN COURIER. Volume 52 Local News HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1912 Number 5 A Blue Mark THE C., M. & 0. EXTENSION. Soma Inside Facta About The Propoted New Lino. GINS CHANGE HANDS. Bondurant and Driver Sell To Roberts Cotton Oil Co. The two big cotton gins at were sold Monday to the Cotton OU Co., with hfcaduuur-er- o at Mumyhhi, but who operate ex tensively through Uio South. One of these gins was owned by C S. Driver, being established several years ago by S. JL. Dodds, and the other, known oa the Farmers Gin & Grain Co., was organized by local capital is 's three years ago and was the property it C. T. Bonduraot. At the same time Mr. Iloberts, president of Uio Hobem concern, a trade with Bonuumut and Driver, the Kast St. Louia Codfuti Oil Co., which is a bis concern op- eroUug a large per cent of the gius fh souUieast Missouri, started a crew of men on the construction work of building a big gin here for themselves. The new gin is being erected on the property in West Ulckman, used as I a baseballnark, and will be of gen- t erous capacity. In a word, there ia a light on between those rival oil companies; X may not bo a question of the survival of the fittest, but merely that of dollars and cents and it hi to he presumed that both companies are financially ahle to make the thin; interesting. Unless something new develops, the cotton planter of this section will hae a chance to get the top price for his product this year If he succeeds In raising any cotton This state of affairs In hrought about by the ifiict that boUi companies claim this territory, and in addition to this some local business sparks fell in Uio powder keg. There is also another cotton oil concern the East Tennessee Cotton Oil Co. looking into the Hickman field with longing eyes and lncrsas- teg appetite. Their regroEontattve jwa here, a stoK,4ija,;fte,.jsd.M-- : cured options oa such sKee aa he thought might suit his corporation. It is poss&le that they may yet In-- a general rule the inaldu work of railroads aru curried on with Uio utmost silence. Those not wHh such a corporation tut ho enjoy. Uio confidence o( its likewise ndbcro to tuo tacl-tun- i rulo governing railroad business Hut, In Uio instance of the C, M & CI , tuo now road from Dycrsburg to lllckinau, which projoaoa to extend It limit (row Hickman to Metropo of lu, Ills., wo consider it no Aa ing con-iiccU- wan-ngomc- ul Im-ac- (O glVO SOUW ftiCU con- - mm iA- - m c jL !. tlii movement. publio la well aware Ui.M the t . M. fc O. In lu UUgalon with Central. Tho laitor road u trying to got control of (bo now vnu. Thereby bans a tale. Hickman people should bo luteresl-tlu tho outcome of IhU null, which Is pondlug In the court of Teunussee. iu outcome would of course uo of no great cotuequenco a regard tlio future operation of Uio pr.ent Duut; tbo service would doubUitm cotitiuuo saUsfactorlly llut wo arv lntoreud in tbo extension of Uio Hickman to Metropolis, or ratn vr l'aducah. Tho buudiug of Uio rood from Hickman- to Metropolis would give tut an eastern outlet with roads al l'aducah and iho 1. G. at Clinton nud tho M & O. at some point in tho iKtniiy of ThvM) would mean more Jliiwow. lo us than Iho road we hao in although tho line from Lljr emburg to this city ha boou of great I4hiU to us lu many ways, oiw of which la tho supplyiug of our biggest loco Industry with Umber llut to set thi eastern counucUon. In short, means that tho C, 11 & (1. must build before tho sotUomout of tho suit In question, If the I. C should set control of tho line. It is HluiMta cinch that. they would never WuAU tho Hue- - f roro illckuwu oa vast thoy would huvo no good naeon for doing o. However, thoy havo mado t.oral crand stand plajs by survey las between I'aducah and HJcknian, lu fact. It Is thought that liny havo a surveying party on tho routo at work now. llut If tho C, M, & Q ixicoeeda In making tho extension, whatowr tbo outcome, tho road and bervlco would hao to bo maintained It is thoivforo a matter of interest to us that tho C, M. & 0. build tho lino from Hickman, to Clinton, at least, beforo tho first day of Novcni-to- r, at which timo tho final derision In tho railroad fight will bo forthcoming. If anything Is to bo dono, it should bo dono at onoo. If tho matter hi of sufficient Interest to us to want tbo extension modo, wo should hit while tho Iron Is hot This Is the present utatus of tho matter, as wo undcrvtond It, and Is Blvon without reserve, bocauso wc nbould bo Interested In an castorn outlot, which will mean much to JUclonan In a business way. 11m) d Urn-fro- ctuIi -- . m ir 8 -- v" t&5V' Here is the Best A Rane 'n.jt.'m' On The Market Steel RangeSix Holes, High Warminp; Closet Galvanized Reservoir Side Feed Pouch Large Size Oven Burns Wood or Coal. Economical in Use of Fuel stall a gin here. Prospects then become good for four gins in thiB city. Ail this is well and good; hut there Is one danger. While two opposing companies operate here they will pay right prices; when the weaker one is forced to pull out, then trust policies as a rule are brought Into play. It is necessary, as thoy figure, to get back what they spent in the fjght also wLat their opposition put into the fight and the planter with a big crop, encouraged by good local prices, suddenly finds the bottom 'dropped out of Uio market. The surest preventative for such an evil is the existence of a small gin owned and operated by local men; even then, an oil concern has the beet of those who depend exclusively upon ginning. The oil men can make their profits on Uio oil products. For Uio present our cotton growers The Crystal Coal tc and 10c. lrU. at swomer prices. A. A. Fri- $25.00 Sold on installments, if desired. will sit In the grand stand and wat:h tho fur and feathers fly as the commercial giants lock horns for the championship In Hickman territory. "FIRE." Kennedy. "Better be Insured than sorry." Kennedy. Lum Carter and wife wereh ere from Cayce yesterday. Wo have several Refrigerators lo close out at about coat. Hickman Hardware Co. Unsettled today; WEATHER: day fair and warmer. Millet & llarsatfia la shoos and slippers at Alcx&ndor's. Iloorn Drown and McKeo Johnson woro in Kullon Sunday. Judgo W. J. JicMurrj' has been commissioned a notary public by lov. MoCreary. MoWng Ellison's Grocery Incorporated. It. A. Roblnuon. Settlement of esUy Uio solo of Uio ball park to tho CIRCUIT COURT. tate OH Co., HickKast St. Louis Cotton Kred McClaln et al vs. T. E. Ilrndy. Ella Vincent vs. Win. J. Vincent. man Iosch tho training grounds for Jlaintlff sues-- by next frlond for damSuit for divorce. ball Joe Cnntlllon's Minneapolis baso ages ho claims to have received by Waltor D. Wallace vs. Dorothy M. team, besides grounds for our fast being bitten by a dog owned by tho Wallace Suit for divorce. The cou-pllocul team. Efforts are bolng ninuo defendant. Ho claims ho is dnmngeU wus married In-- Troy, Tenn., on to find anoUior placo but if nono can to tho oxtont of $760. lilarch 21, 1911, and plnllnUff claims be found, Hickman will not have this Ellison's Grocer vs. Sain Salmon. ho was abandoned by her husband team training hero any more. This Suit on noto for f 2S7.76. April 1, 1911. club coming hero overy year is an Georgia Pnto vs. Andy Dowd. Tho Margaret Gilbert vs. Iko Gilbert. Hickman nlniii'Ui says some cotton that sho xcollout ndvcrtlsimont for Suit for dlvorco on tho (rounds of nnd wo should not let them go ralbcd is being hold unlawfully and They were married In If wo can holp ourselves. is suing for posesslon of Uio cotton March, 1909. W. L. Mosby, tho loveo contractor vnlued nt $80X9 and $10 damages. Ganey SmlUi vs. Itnstus Smith. A Grovcr Salmon vs. Joo Cnntlllon. suit for dlvorco and custody of two In partnership with C. T. Hondurnnt, Is dnngorouBly 111 of pneumonia and Suit for $C5 for balanco duo on conalleged. o olso-whe- ro pictures at tho Lyric Sat Thrco big reels of faonft. pic- urday nlglit. Carl Johnston, of this county, but formerly of Memphis, and Miss Ola Whltworth, nteo of this county, wore married June 25. LOST: Deep red cow, with horns, split in each car, branded "W" on hip. Got away Sunday night. KoUfy 3p Courier office and get' reward. tures and Illustrated MUxs Lola Copcland and William Wcaks, both of near Wlngo, wcrv Sunday. married at AINT IT THE TRUTH? Prof. E. S. Clark, who was elected principal of Uio Hickman school, vis ited the town and then decided ho would decline tho position. Ho must be hard to plcaso li he doesn't like Hickman: Clinton Gazette. Don't mlflo tho bargains that Mlllot ft Aloxandor offer In urokon lots of Mens, women and Chlhlrens Oxfords nnd Slippers. J M. Monro won hero from Union D. P. Lelbovltz is spending the week with home folks at Lowisport, Ky. His brother is here looking after the storo during Dave's absence. t'ity, Tuesday, looking nftor tho illtitmnn exchange of Iho Cumber-tuiTolopliono Co. d t Tho cool, damp weather of the past n days hns boon anything but bonc-tn-in hot-lon- to cotton nnd corn crops of 'Mh scotlon. KoporU from tho any tho cut worms havo about mined all corn thnt wti up and have nttnckwl Uio cotton. Unless wo have some hot weather right awny, tho rop conditions are not going to bo Vury encouraglBK. Gen. Edward S. Bragg, commander of tho famous Iron Brigado during tho Civil War, died at Fon du Lac, Wis., Juno 20. Gen. Bragg had been In feeble health for a number of years. Ho was 85 years old last February. He served sovoral terms in Congress as a Democrat from Wiscon children. Abandonment ia sin. After his retirement from Conreports from his bedside this morning tract for paintlnf gress he represented tho United Standard Oil Co. vs Smith & Spark- ho may not recover. say that C. G. Schlcnker was in Union City 6tates in diplomatic positions in Cuba $89.27. N. Smith is hero from Ful- man. Suit for account of Atty. T. Mexico and China. Lon Binford Guardian et al vs. Mrs. Monday. ton today on business. . . The Cumberland Telephone Company moved their office yesterday from over Cowgill'a Drug Store to tho second story of Uio Courier build- - Ing. Too company has installed n new switchboard and cabled the n lUckman system. There is every now to expect first class system. There is every reason now to expect first class service. Tho change has cost several thousand dollars. The Western Union Telegraph Co., now under Uio same management as the Cumberland, will also havo their office fn the Courier xoa-reaso- y.H 4.i5.- - THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covtrt Writer Ktntack, LflulhCDem" BEARS HAVE INNING IN A GENERAL WAY! SPEER & SEXTON, PUBLISHERS Rate $1.00 -- IN COTTON' MARKET GOOD WEATHER Subscription Pep Year J C. Fullorton, of Clinton, connected with tho Kentucky Southwestern lnterurban mllway project, was In this city Friday, on busnless. Ho us that tho electric railroad art going ahead a llttlo slow hut sure. Their surveyors, who aro making a permanent survey, hnvo bron lu tho ne!ghborhood( of ainyfield for the past ten day, headed toward Hickman, which Is their southern terminal. This organization has been glVen more or less financial encouragement at tUl points touched by the proposed lino except Hickman. Just what they expect to do as regards our city remains to bo seen. They are certainly under no obligations to Hickman, and will doubtless keep tho fact in mind. If Hickman's older business men aro not disposed to tako an Interest In a factor of bo much to tho city's, welfare. It Is up to the young man whoso business Interest; are linked with tho Future Hickman. It Is said that three of the stingiest men In Fulton county were Jn the city yesterday. One of them will not drink as Much water as ho wants un less it bo from another man's well. Save money on coal; buy now. A. A. Farta. Mrs. Oma Sbaw is tho guest of rel- AND ACREAGE ES TIMATES CAUSE DECLINE. THE SALES WERE HEAVY LUMBER an ad. and don't believe it when you read it, you profit nothing. I want to tell you I can save you money, Mr. Contractor, if you will let me figure with you on your next bill try it and see. Others have profited, you can do the same. If you read atives In Fulton. to Sains Predicted for the Eastern Part ol Belt Did Not Fail Favorable Conditions in Woat, Except for Low Teaperatuers. Carl Schmidt and wife spent SunNew York. The cott.n market madt day In Union City. a tharp decline owing to further good Tom French spent a fow days last weather aud lower cable from Liverpool week Lu Memphis. than were expected. Although a rally occurred during the afternoon In uhtci Miss Dottlo Davidson lefuMonday the market regained from 2 to 7 polati for Boonevllle, Ark. of the lent around, it u usable ta mako up all the loss and closed from 11 Patronize home Industries. Hick- to 14 point below the Anal prico of Tuesman Steam Laundry. day. The market opened with the OctoUet Bargains In shoos and slippers at option S points down, or 11.34 cents, Millet & Alexander's. On the weather report and the lowei cables liquidation began and the market The coolest placo In town tho Cry dropped. A very bearish acreage report taL H. N. Cowgill, Prop. from the Financial Chronicle, whose estimate always has it effect on the market The Hickman SU?am Laundry wash' helped the bearish sentiment. The Chonv es everything but tho baby. tele placed the acreage at 37,393,117, oi from taut year of only l& ol Drink PLEZOL the new drink, It a reduction The 1 per cent. general private eatlmati is Healthful and Invigorating. had placed the reduetioa at from 6 to J Engraved cards at Courier office, per cent, so that such aa estimate frorc in authority with a large following ua 90c a hundred if plate is furnished. doubtedly had its effect. But perhapi ooa All kinds of coal good, better and the largest factor was the weather ditton over the cotton belt. best at summer prices. A. A. Faria. From the west more rains were ? ported in Texas and Oklahoma was reMr. awl Mrs. W. J. Spradlln visit ported fair. The principal drawback ii ed Union City relative Saturday and the weather in that section was low Sunday. temperatures, which were too low foi the good of the crop. Warmer weatbei Ono thin! to ono half off broken Is forecasted for that part ef the bell lines Oxfords and Slippers. Millet & Alexander. FLAGSHIP LEAVES CHINA S. K. Davidson Memphis Monday. Dr. returned tho record for hog roiling. They had & sow that gavo birth to 22 pigs. It raised 19, ami when they were ready for market, they weighed 400 pounds each on tho average, sold for 7 cents a pound and netted 4570.00. Who can tell of a better claim TecordT Has Confidence ii New Republic. Washington. A alga of the eonfidenei of the state department In the stability Miss Virginia Davis, of Cayce, Is of th new government and Four out of fivo farmers give db. visiting her brother, Judge II. T. Da- Irs ability to maintain order was U order iisued from the navy department couraglng estimates of tho wheat crop vis, and family. for the return to the United State ol this season. If theso estimates are Our new laundry foreman does good Admiral Sutherland with his flagahl verified at threshing time Hickman work no tearing or losing. Hick- California and the armored cruiser South county will produce the poorest crop Dakota with the supply ahlp Glacier man Steam Laundry. of wheat in all her history. Here and With the tiff cruisers, Colorado and there Js found a good flekl which Mrs. Perry Selby and children, of Maryland, which already have returned promises something like a normal St. Louis, are visiting her parents, to the PaeiAc coast, these veels wen rushed to China from Hawaii several crop. Clinton Gazette. F. E. Case and wife. months ago, when conditions looked ver FOR RENT: Rooms over tho O. K. dark for the Chinese republic Goodln Brothers of Birds Point, barber shop and on The eecond forbids any of his family from writing anything but a "small hand" as it is a waste of ink to make largo letters. Tho third stops his clocks at night in order to saveVear and tear on the machinery. All of them decline to tako their county pa per on tho ground that it Is a terrible Miss Grace Kimercr left Sunday strain on their spectacles to read for Bowling Green where aheAvlll attend school. newspapers, oven In the day time. W. A. DODDS i I : State Department ' tln residence tho hill. Harry Ellison. tfc FATHER AND SON SHOT When he was asked what be thought about the struggle for the Republican nomination, Sen. Chauncc Depew said: "It is a question of t corpse will get the most flow-- i Tho nominee of this convention hasn't the ghost of a show of being elected." Tho Court of Appeals, in an opln-o- n prepared by Judge Nunn, Tues- uphcld the State primary law lassod by the last Legislature. Tho nw was attacked pn several grounds, Eut tho high court's decision settles validity. A dollar saved Is a dollar made. Family Fight at Muskogee May Kesull Fatally. Better see the low priced oxfords ami Muskogee, Okla. Noah Shumak, Is ullppcra at Millet & Alexander's. years old, is lying at his home, nuf Henry Johnson, of luka, Mlss.i Is Oritt's, perhaps fatally wounded, witn s bullet hole through hu body. Ills fat ter, here this week on business connect Booty Shumak, is badly wounded itu ed with the levee work below town. a bullet hole through the arm and ! W. E. Scales and wife and Misa m the result pf a shooting affray on the public highway. Since the eiop Lizzie Toms, of Union City, spent a ment and marriage of Boyt Garner and fow days last week with Dr. P. B. Shumak'a daughter there haj been ill Curlin and family. feeling between the two families. Shumak says that three Garner boys opened FOR SALE: Nice little Are on him and his soa as they drovs farm, good new house, also the Carnar fsra. When tenant bouse; located on Dyersburg Shumak waa shot he dropped back jouaf in til road, rural route, telephones, etc. Bargain If taken quick; terms to suit. wagon. His father grabbed tae lines, when he, too, was shot. Inquire at this office. No. 98. c those from Hickman vlio at Union K. VHy Sunday wn tho following K ,wifo and children. C. F. IhUtxvr. wlfo and eon. A. 11 Kennedy and wife, A. II. Hughes, wife and son, J T. Stephen and wife, IMna Stoltx. 11 C I Mm. wife and children. J. 11. Mtllt nwl wife, W. 11. Balder nixt wife. Dr. J. O. Sttibb. wife nnd chll-iK-II. T. Davhi ami wK. Dr. J M llubbwd ami wlfo. C. C. Hmlth nd wife, IIollU Kirk and wife, TV A Utlford and wife. Cue Thrrikufa! ii ml wife. J. T. DIDon and wife. W. A DoOdK. wife nnd children. J. C. Sex-'u- a and wife, MIkm Leah Barry. L 1 EUUon ami wife. C S. Driver and wife. Mrs. F 8. Moore, nnd Mlwes Charlotte Hubbard, Virginia I'ralhcr. Ruth Ellison. Ilettle IXItow. Frankye IlUl, Clola lodford. Camllle Barrett, Bertie May Rice, Virginia Davis anil Anions; .Mrs. nttondrd the Chautauqua . Mrs. T. T. S wayne aud children am When you feel laxy out of nort and prslliu- vernl da) wIUi hw fmt yawn a good deal In 0i daytime, Witt In Union City, Fopo lierrlng and you can charge It to a torpid liver to get wife. which lias allowed tho ayntt-tfull of Impurities. IlKltlllN'i: cures nil Don't mlaa tho bargain that MUM dinonlens prtnlticcd by an Inactive liv& Alexander offer In broker? tots of er. It strengthens that organ, clean rt the howeU ami put tin syatuin In Mult, women nml tihlldren Oxfort good heedthy condition, l'rlo fOo a and HUppor. bottle. Hold hy Hickman Drug Cc Ja. M Moore, formerly a " W L Moiby. Uie levee contractor. Hotel, with krxiwn citltm of Union City. d"-- t U sick at tho undny moraine. June 16, 19IS, aP-pneumonia. Mrs Moaby and daughabort IllntW of fever Sunday. ter arrlfed Frilnbcrg. J C KUImmi. Mattlo l'rathvr, C T. Bondurant, awl Mesara. V. M. Maddox, J. K Fuqtui, Hoot. IXdtow, H. I IXxld. C. L. Walker. A. K OweiM, George Holm. W. C. Hold, fltm Alexander, Gonldw Johnson, J. It. Wright. Ii. C. Harriet. Ilrant Guy Hale. K. W. Adams. V. L. Maiheny. II. T. lioato. Un Naylor And Doyle Jouniey jjujnt a few daj Howling Green this wuck. m Mr. L vliUtlng .M Clark, of I'nUuoali. -- her daughter, 'Mr. F. M Case. Mr. and Mr. Uie toiidlni' .A. M. Tyler are Democratic eonventttM nt llakluiortk ' jt There's a Reason Our Furniture Business continues to grow and there must be a reason. Possibly it is our low prices, good goods and prompt service. Let us show you anything in VISITED CHICAGO Stings or bites of Insects that are 200,000 followed by swellings, pain or itching should bo treated promptly as they It la Estimated S3,000,060 Speot by are poisonous. BALLARD'S SNOW Gueatt, LflXraiENT counteracts the poison. Chicago. It is both antiseptic and healing. 25c escpended More than $5,000,000 was by delegates, politicians and BOc and, $1 per bottle. Soid by tho convention visitors In the last ten days, Hickman Drug Co. according to estimates made by Chloago hotel manager. Those that attended the ChautauOf this sura it is estimated 13,500,000 Denny P. Smith was tho first of qua at Union City Friday were: Dr. the candidate for Congress in tho J. M. Hubbard and wife. Hollii Kirk waa expended for food, drink and sleepiFirst District to file his nomination and wife, W. H. Baltzer awl wife, C. ing room, the remainder being distribamong the theaters, amusemeat papers with tho Secretary of State at F. Baltzer and wife, J. L. Ambers uted and retail stores. parks I Frankfort in compliance with the new and wlfo, Mrs. C. T. Bondurant, Mrs. It is estimate! that Chicago enterJeselo Dillon, Messrs. Fcrd. Maddox, tained 200,000 visitors during the conState primary law. L. A. Stone, Edward Prathcr, Misses vention. Virginia Prather, Charlotte Hubbard, WOMEN FIGHT BUTCHERS Wv4 flvtA Ta Ta4Ia l.n Nell Jlogers, Mollle Bourne and Hocan 0c. BetterawerUi Prsther. I mer Green. Women Sprinkle Kerosene Over Meat; Four Arrested. Philadelphia. Four worsen were an rested In the souther sectloa of this city after noisy dcmonitratloni before butcher shops, whieh reeeatly Increased ;'.J the prices of meat. Wemen at a mass meeting decided to boycott the butcher hops In an attempt to force dawn prioaa. The woman entered the abops aaf sprinkled' kerosene over the meats. Money Talks " rates. A Widow who is left a little life insurance is beset with schemes for investment at alluring Her safest course is to deposit it forthwith in this bank Jail St oe Manufacturer. Arthur W. Shaw, former!) prosidtnt and general manager of til A. W. Shaw Boot aad Shoe Company, of Freeport, Me., was ssatenced to from three to five years in state prison for the theft ef 115,000 from the Mmpaay Boston. Matting Rugs Window Shades Lace Curtains Linoleums Carpets Porch Furniture Refrigerators Coal Oil Stoves Furniture of All Kinds Dont fail to see our stock and get prices before Art Squares Matttings ' earn a conservative but certain where it will be absolutely safe from promoters, and rate of interest. Our officers will give her good advice in regard to the permanent investment of her funds. Taft Wedded 26 Tears. was Washington. Wednesday th twenty-sixtanniversary of the marriage of the president and Mrs. Taft, and they celebrated it quietly in the Wait h buying. No trouble to show you. All new Hawse. Bill. Taft Signs ElRht-Hou- r Washington. President Taft signed the aet of congress limiting to eight hours the dally service of laborers and on government employed mechanics work, and Immediately afterward killed an executive order exempting any contracts on Panama canal work until Jan' uary 1, 1915. Blow Safe Escape. goods at very lowest prices. Hickman Bank and Trust Company Hickman. Kentucky , Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $32,500.00 St. Louis Furnishing INCORPORATED Co. If. A. TYLKR, President W. H. BALTZBIt. Vlco President J NO. TYLK, Asit.Oaabler Guthrie, Okla. The Hank of Ingernoll, Okla., was entered by robbers, who blew open the safe and escaped with, a sum estimated al .$3,500. ijz s lHltBJ&y. n j ,V fn" BOY Mftftffa FARMERS AT THE CONDEMNATION STATE IS PROCEEDINGS. For Rlght.of.Way at Hickman. Instituted by C, M.& Q. FAIR BEINO & Oulf Jtv proceedings in tho Fulton county court bore lion dny for a right of way from V8t Illcknian to Frank Watuorr-placo JftBt of towil. Tho final survey for tbo extension of this road from Hickman, to Clin ton beam Just south of tbo N.. O. & tit. L. bolt lino, crossing tho latter road on Frank Watson's farm. Com inlaalorwrH appointed to appraise tho land wanted by Uio railroad allow el on a hauls of 100 an. aero for all laml from Troy road wet. Eni,-- t of tho roail allownnco was made on a tiasls of 200 an aero. The survey takes the road over n!n property owners, whldj woro disposed of ns follows: J. W. Caldwell, RTound rHiulred. I tl acrros; price asked by owner. $710. Amount allowod. SSS1. Mrs. Tom Williams, ground roqulr xl ,SG ncro; price niknl $100. amount aMowtl $100. W. T. Harton. gnuml rwiulrd .40 scrtt. prlco asked $178. amount aMow-w- l. Tbo Chicago, Memphis ..GEICULTURAL CAMP PLANNED. Co. begun condemnation rJust Your Style There's a certain pair of KORRECT SHAPE Shoes or Oxfords in our stqre that would be just the thing to go with your new Summer suit. SBtSSSSL V. MARRIAGE ixiEMtfahi MataUlM-au- LICENSES. Granted In Obion County Sine Our Last Issue. THREE MURDERS IN 24 HOURS.. ' ' People of Graves County ' Are on Warpath This Week. a TWO FROM EACH COUNTY KsUrwd Fail Will B Paid asd Thers Will B Practically Ho Expense to ThOM Who Attend. lowod $7S0. Jolm A. SUibbs, ground required, will be 8.20 acres; price asktl $S00O amount BO"ri that itronfer iro.ifd araesg tba youth of tha State allow vd ll.aCC. la rprovlaa; agricultural coudltlons. The J. II Noison. gnMind roulrHl .9 fa. tud faraa will ha paid for Hit boya acre (Including house, barn and out tr.4 there will practically be no expense tAitldlnKM), prico oakwl $1,000, amount a taote who go. Tanta will be pror'ixl by wblcb thay will lire In camp nllowed $1,000. JulLan Choatc, ground required 0.23 iwy are atundisg the fair. nctvs; price askwl $1700, amount al Prims ry Law Upheld. . lowed Frankfort. Undsr a deeblon of the Frank Watson, ground required 4.81 vurt of aMtalt the new atate eotopul- - uotva; prlco asked $1,260, amount alwry prlBMry election law U upheld, and low . t i Jetarmlaed further, that an eleetion Tbo commissioners who insscd on w CI VMaiteta In State office ahall 1 ld thla falL The court drcidra ihese cltiims wore S. II. hinder, W. prealdaatlal electors are Slate offl Curllrt and J. A. Tuwnsond. If tho i within the meaning of the constltu- - IruKny ownors retuso (o necipt ftHow-and therefore apodal elections for by thuso gsntlemuu, S'. e offieere ahall be held. The law thy must apicar In county court ou m that bo special eleetion shall be July 8, at which timo the matter will hi J at lbs aame time congressmen are ho rii by tho cour. ualesa State officers also are It Is conceded Uiat tho two miles Ltimaton. Plans for the organization iiyt Agricultural Caaap at Louis- tuis during tlia Htato lair this rail by wkuli two bora from sach of tb couotU-aa opportunity of Kntucky may bar a if practically frto of eluruit tlio to aluills laforniatleB to th agt (Cultural an w.n U tb fair will am ply, r U..---1 perfected by tb txtitmon dqurt mint of tba ColUra of at Ht Univsrslty. The main purpoie It (ko M thtis bora a irrvatcr in t tirt In tht agricultural conditions of it. Stats anil make them missionaries la fht caui lit I ha varloua sodium fiom -- 1,1 tbs coma. Thus rcprsirutatlxe ths nnsit boru, bog, to) would ( ihetp and lira stock, the beat ipo. citna o( grains, fruit ind other prod-ikof tba farw, a&Q would have an to atudy tbt most modern dm tin maehlnary and by thla mraus ib poisirmiurs ol ttie more ij icrad systems of famine In their tr!;u ldealltlaa, aai It la Ulievcd their lai.i oa will be arouard to brina about ix) rsaults with tbe Uaven furnUhrd two rprsatiiatvs from raeh kj ' ri j It u the eenvletlon of tbo pro e( a re itBtmUtb SSBSSinBijNflsYBv $76 J. W Ward, ground required C.7 ncrrs; prlco asked $5100, arooUm nl lowod, $2,000. .8. M. I'ewlu, ground reflMiml 3.2S ncros; price askwl $1,(K, amount al- Korrect Shape Shoes for Men and Boy have "that look" that goes so well with the finest custom made suit. They hold their shape, fit perfectly, and they wear. Expert shoemaking and honest materials make them the finest shoes on earth for the money. lntcrt j Every Pair Guaranteed By Me You'll enjoy seeing the Summer styles in KORRECT SHAPE shoes we are sure. lit . Prices $1.00 and $5.00 iV-'.- i- 0B9fsedeiitel one, R. P. flreory bar- J a 10,000-biuht- l yield from the H acre Iract of the Gentry broth la r yle. and an additional 3,000 bunhrU required to got out of right-of-waof Hickman, will cost fully ono fourth Otiu Seed Harvest. Lancaster. --The bluegraas harvest Is o tho total amount required to build itr in Hits section and haa proven an from Hickman to CUnton. All kinds of coal 'tted. - O.Shoe Store IFtTCE Cash good, better and it summer prices. A. A. Far Is. -- The otlir loc.l ,, Denny Ilros., hare boupht about i bushels from Garrard farmer. The p t to far reported run from 40 to 65 i , other farmers. Hickman Courier and Commercial Appeal 1 year, $1.25 J 1 Piroitd Prlsosrr la Trouble. 1 sducah. alias Hollowell, Henry "K Howell, a par&Jed murderer from the Eddyvllle penitentiary, wanted at K."awa, was cAiiht hrrt and returned t) Knttawa. Hollowell kllh- -l Henry Mx-- e st Cecil three years ago. Dtrnace by Hurrlcase, L itabethtown. Ileporta from the r'nne which swept over Hardin 14 alng counties are to thr effect rMt damage was done to fencing, If and barns. nrqpEAEi Seasonable Summer.... Goods.... hur and thit tlm Ptinut is Windpipe. Wrsaillr. Jennie Leo, aged 14 monthsdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James S Goodrich, of thla county, died from rett!ofi of tbe lungs earned by a fiaut becoming lodged Is her win J sips. Pesslen Apfllatloni. applications for penilons uajer the sew act granting allowances to veterans of the Confederacy have been 11 with Pension Commissioner Stone, ind scores are being received every day 100 E. L. Hasoell and Mlna McConneJI. Our neighboring county of araves William Jordan and Joy MoTurner. has been the scone of 3 H. F. Goff and Alessie Rainey. murders this week, all occurring L Uarney Owen and Josle Joyner. within twenty-fou- r hours. E. T. Poston and Margaret Pressley Tho first and most brutal was com David L. Craig and Forrester. mitted Monday morning about 61 o' clock, when Alvin Wheler, living near Sodalla, eight miles south, of George Hadtey was In Jlarttn Sun Blayflold, was shot down while ut day. work in his tobacco patch. He had Just begun to hoe the to OFFICE for rent. Afcply to H. N, CowgilL bacco when-- Bufus Bllllngton. aced 22 years, rode up on horseback, end MIfis Victoria Bondurant has leen called Mr. Wheeler to the fence. They visiting In Union City. engaged In a few moments' converDio Henry spent Sunday In Un- sation, when BilUngton fired a bullet Into Wheeler's breast, who turned ion City and Martin. and ran only to receive two more iMtes Laura Brown Is spending tho mortal wounds In the back. A 6on-o- f weekT with MIsb Bess Harper to Untho wounded man, who was in the ion City. field a short distance away, ran "to itho home, and securing a shotgun, C. T. Bondurant and C. S. Driver made a business trip to Memphis, fired at BilUngton, but only two, or throe of the shot, which .were smail; Monday. took offect in his face. BilUngton escaped after being trailGoo. Edmonds got the Eastman Ko dak given away by Helm & Ldlson ed by bloodhounds, a number of. oflast Saturday. ficers and several hundred angry .citizens. The people were never more Mrs. B. S. Elliott underwent an aroused their, operation a few days ago, but is hands onand should they laypredict him It Is safe to now Improving. that the law would not have to take Jllssce Ira Spradlln and Florence its course. Wheeler fe 42 years okl and one of .Barry visited O. Spradlln and family the leading jcltlzens, while his slayer In Union City last week. is from a prominent family but reckM3ss Antta Dodds has returned less. Tho tragedy is tho termination from a visit with her father, T. H. of an enmity that has existed betweei Reynolds, and faintly In-- Union City. the men for twelve months. It Is that BilUngton is hiding in the Mrs. Roy Clark and son, of State woods near his home and the posse Line, are spending a few days with hopes to close in and capture him beher parents, J. W. Rogers and wlfo. fore ho has e. chance to use hie gun, ns he has boasted that ho would not Work has begun in earnest on the .be taken alive. He Is considered, a filling of tho gap In the lovoe below town. Tho Wg embankment will ho desperate and dangerous man and the strongest pari of tho levee when trouble Is feared when he Is met with. Another tragedy occurred Sunday finished. morning about 7 o'clock, near DukeW. J. Logan, who went to Nash- dom, in the south part of tho county. ville last week to seo about an oper- John Dallas, in tho presence of Claration, returned Saturday after con- ence Elliott, Benton Waddlngton. and sulting two specialists. Ho 'was ac- Jack ilagness, was shot, but neither companied by Dr. C. W. Curlln. Mr, of tho three men have divulged the Logan la confined to the LaCledo name of the guilty person. Two have been arrested and Incarcerated Hotel. while Magness escaped across- - the A. W. Davie, of southwest of town, Tennessee line. Tho young men had reports an epidemic of hog cholera in been ta a barn on tho farm of John his neighborhood Some fanners have Henry Okve all Sunday night drinklost every hog they possessed. Mr. ing and playing cards. When the Davie says that every tbno hogs are shot was heard, neighbors rushed to brought into a hlU vicinity from tho the scene only to find Dallas iylng bottoms, cholera follows. on the floor with life almost extinct. Without any cause and while in an intoxicated condition, Will Lindsoy went to the homo of Will Hayden, near Bulah, Sunday morning about 11 o'clock and knocked down several women, stabbed John Draper, an aged man, in the back, from which wound death resulted Monday, and mode his escape across the line imto Hickman . county. Feeling Is at high pitch and mob violence is feared ahould Ldndsey be captured. Crime ran rampant again on Saturday night when, at a country danco at Dogwood school house several miles north of JlarfloM, a young man Jerked out a razor wfcllc being ejected from the ring and slashed half a dozen or more people ncross the face, hands and body. Deputy sheriff Merit Seay, William McNeil, John JMack and Will Collier suffered Bevere cuts, two of them getting their cheeks cut wide open. Tho grand Jury Is in session and all the cases have been turned over to that Dody for Investigation. cold-blood- lne ui y 4 21 i X i: I n N'int hundred IS FRIDAY LUCKY OR UNLUCKY? 9 - of OIL Carlisle. Surface Indications of oil dive been found In many places about HooreasM, this county, and It has also bia fousd slplng into wells. Blackbsni Better. Varsallles. Former United States Senator Jo C S. Ulackburn, who baa been aclte 111 at hie home near Spring Station, la much better. Contract fer Governor's Mansion. Kentucky's nnw mansion for the gov srnor will bo constructed by a state capital company, the bid of the Capital Lumber Company of Frankfort having Uen accepted by the Sinking Fund Com nluleB aa tbe lowest and boat. Meatless Farm Labor. n Since the recent rains county farmera have been busy setting out tobaeeo plants. On account of the Increased demand for farm labor bands are being paid $2.75 and $3 s day. High-Pri- Mayavllle. Ms-io- Aged Physician Diet. Olacgow, Dr. YV; 8. Blakcman, 78, died at his home at Glasgow Junction, aftsr several weeks' Illness of heart trouble. Dr. Blakcman was a Confedcr ate soldier and served in Morgan'a Deal for Coal Land. Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves Ice Cream Freezers Ice Picks and Shovels Lemon Squeezers Water Coolers Drinking Cups Lawn Swings Lawn Mowers Lee surrendered on Friday. Moscow was burned on Friday. Washington was born oa Friday. Shakespeare was born on Friday. America was discovered on Friday. Richmond was evacuated on Friday. The Mayflower landed on Friday. Tho BasUle was destroyed on Friday. Queen Victoria was married on -- Friday. King Charles was beheaded on Friday. Fort Sumpter was bombarded Napoleon Bonaparte was born on Friday. Julius Caesar was assassinated on Frldgy. The battle of Jdarengo was fought on Friday. The battle of Waterloo was fought . on Friday. Joan of Arc was burned at the stake on Friday. William McKInley was assasslnat-- 1 ed on Friday. f "FIRE." Kennedy. 3iUaa Thelma Logan, of Craig's land Ing, is visiting friends near town. Whltesbu'rg. The Wentz Interest of tract Philadelphia are negotiating for of sovorsl thousand acrrs of flno cosl lnds In th? headwaters of tho Cumberland rivtr In this count, HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCORPORATED Ben Walker and Sam Barry are spending the week with relatives in Troy, Tonn. J. V. Rogers, of Palestine, Texas, who has been visiting J. W. Rogers and family, left Friday for hte home, S. f :i To Whom It May Concern: Hickman, Ky., June 25th, K Two-passenger 1912 Torpedo We are going to give away a New 1912 Model-- 20 Marathon Automobile. C. B. Travis, cashier of The Peoples Bank, will conduct the drawing of the free automobile. After we have disposed of our tickets, the ballot box will be shook well in order to get all the tickets mixed. We have secured the services of Uncle John Hudson, a man who has been well and has been blind for thought of all his life, but had the misfortune to lose his twenty-fiv- e years or more. Uncle John will draw one ticket from the ballot box and the lucky person will get the automobile. This car will be on exhibition at the " House of Quality " by July 1st. This Automobile will NOT BE USED. We will roll this car by hand from the depot to the " House of Quality," to remain there for public inspection. We give you with each and every CASH PURCHASE of one dollar, three tickets on the Autombile. We solicit a part of your business and wish you much pleasure with the new car We are yours truly, eye-sight H. E. CURLIN, " House of Quality." outcast a lira a nunself a roving homeless wanderer. Tho world re-- 1 members tho pathetic story of Jobn Howard I'ayne. Broken in health and reduced In fortune, the poor American cxilo found himself in tho throbbing heart of tho great city of lxu-doBetween his publishers who allowed him little and his creditors who tame to see him often the done what you could; some blunders penniless poet was in soro straits. and absurdlUts no doubt crept in; It is one of the ironies of fate that Tho Atlantic ocean separated him forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a now day; you shall be- tho poet from whoso pen has come from kith and kin. Ho felt tho acut-es- t gin it well and serenely and with too tho immortal lyric of the hearthstone sense of itiolaUon tho bitterest high a spirit to be cumbered with your old nonsense. This day for all that Is good and fair. It is too dear with all its hopes and invitations to wasto a moment on the rotten yesterdays. heat of tho day, tolled and struggled and worn themselves out for others, ' should be let to feel lonely and neg(oarier's jTT'ome fircle lected is sorrowful. We can and ought, each and all, in our own way and place, do something to bring the glow of summer and tho remembrance finish every day and be done with of tho days of roses and Iqvc Into it. For manners and for wise living the eyes fast nearlng their winter it Is a vice to remember. You have and their end. n. "pongs of loneliness, r&rbaps no soil tude is more oppressive than the A itudo of great cities the solitude which broods in the repellant looks of Uio unsympatheUc multitudes. It is, as Lucian Knight has said, the heart's Sahara. Bereft of all other consolation, I'ayno soiled the harp; and lightly ho touched the strings. Hut not lu vain. For tho flro of Inspiration was In Uio poet's soul; and on the banks of the Kivcr Thames, from Uio aching heart of an humble exile, leaped the hearthstone melody of "Home. 8wcot Home." lug for any one pretending to bo a lady of sound mind and passing respectability to hug and kin an offspring of tho canine family. But then wo admit that wo aro not so thoroughly verned In tho changing science of etiquette ami lu tho demands of ! Ill society. Miss Molllo Bourne spent Sunday in Union City. T. J. Mulone left yesterday for Mnyflebi on business. OUTRUNS PASSENGER TRAIN. Bd White, tho popular r ; live of the Union City Brok a tuudo a real "fljlng trip" to lUvl Monday morning. Ho left I r x In his auto three minutes a., si Uio N'., C. St. L. poasengi a nil when Mid train reached l uuui, WJdto had been at tin exacUy ten minutes. The caught up with Mr. White at land Mills, so in short Iwpt ten minutes on them in Uie i.i. Woodland to Hickman. Tm i jl ably the best time erer matt car between tho two town" nif ' J ? Any business man would be horrified at tho suggestion that he would ruin his boy by neglect that his absorption in business would result in the undoing of his own son. But it is the easiest thing In the world to forfeit a boy's confidence. It will take only a little snubbing, a little scolding, a little unkind criticism, a little nagging and unreasonableness to shut off forever any intimacy between you and your boy. Do we ever 6top to think, wo won der, how blest are tho quiet days the days when nothing happens? There is no illness to give anxiety, uo business burdens or other troubles to disturb, but, on the conratry, there is ho delightful consciousness that all is well in the home and before us tho promise of a peaceful day. Wo know of no condition In life that brings more pleasuro than this or that should fill the heart more full mfii?&s&&TZ& IfeOlLDREi The kiddies all like this store Here they get all those delicious, pure and satisfying drinks that delight their little hearts, We cater especially for the children we know their needs and try to make their visit to our fountain a pleasure Bring them in today they'll want to come back THEY ALL DO Remember, we give a ticket with each 5c purchase at our fountain, good for a chance on a pair of Plymouth Rock Homer Pigeons. A pair will be given Saturday, June 29, and a pair Saturday, July 6- - of gratitude. In the rush and hurry of modern life do wo think as much as wo might of tho happiness of those who are growing old. They have lost so much! Tholr youth, often their health, most of the friends and companions who started with them on Ilfo'u Journey, and yet we often grudge them the brightness and joy we might bo easily put into their lives. We will not stay to hear tho recollections of old and happy days which they love to tell us. We lot them see so plainly that their day is land ours baa cornel That bo hare borne the feurdea and FREE PIGEONS W. A. Hln&haw procured a renown! of his ferry license nt the lost term of the Mississippi county (Mo.) court Don't encourogo tho visits of a g woman, who and Is operating his ferry again. and kuon all Cut) low, bad things that Tho Civic Leaguo will hold n meetpass among your neighbors, but ing at tho Court House Saturday afnothing good. ternoon nt 3:30, and all members are urged to bo present. Visitors will be This world is full of beauty. We welcome. Mrs. A. A. Farls, I'res. alone, with tho enginery of our greed, Mrs. C. C. Smith, Mrs. H. N. Cow- make It ugly. But we cannot alto gill, Mrs Allco Aitiberg and Mr. J. W. gether succeed in biding all its beau Cowglll, of Hickman, were In tho city ty, and tho open eyes and appreciathis week attending tho Chautauqua. tive heart still, without going far Thoy wero tho guests of Mrs. Fopo may catch glimpses and often Herring. Union City Commercial. behold tho full glory of field and flower and starry heaven. How deep A church "house in a certain rural ly must wo pity the Ufa to which tho diirtrict was sadly in need of repairs. beauty of tho world brings no enrich- Tho official board had called a meeting, ho who does not take a deep ing of tho parishioners to so what breath and feel a thrl" of pleasure could he dono toward raising tho nec ut sight of mountain, pralrlo or sea. essary funds. Quo of tho wealthiest And all tho prodigal beauty of this and stingiest of Uio adherent of that world Is but a message to lis of tho church arose and said Unit ho would greater love of the life that upholds glvo five dollars, awl sat down. Just it all, of tho riches of him that In- then a bit of plastering fell from tho habited eternity. And fairer yet than celling and hit him squarely ujwn tho field or flower, treasures grtuter and head. Whoreuixm ho Jumped up, look, raoro enduring than ours for tho tak od confused ami said: "I I or ing, tho appreciating, In friendships, meant I'll givo fifty dollars! " then human love, and companionships. The again resumed his seat. After a brief pence that broods from a mother's silence n voice was heard to say: "O face, tho strength of a father's lovo, Ird, hit '.tin again!" tho light in our children's oyes, tho joys of homo and hcarthsldo aro not theso tho best r lobes of llfo? in-Ultalo-bcarln- "KI UK." Kennedy. FOIL SAM?: Homing pifieoi nnieed united. Jack Sarrett O. A. Kennedy, a Woodland merchant. was huro on bualm nesdny. 1 W Green Walker is building a frame store building on the i of his residence property in Hickman. You buy your shirts and colUrl Hickman have them laundered Hickman. We guarantee satisfac. Hickman Steam Laundry. It. L. Burns, a former Fulton ty school teacher, now editor of j Hustler at Ilavcnden Spring was a visitor at this office Tu3UiJ Quit. T II IVrtnn Lift this for Tomahawk, Wk., to vi!t daughter. dor of ho summer In that ik' on tho lakes of Northurn MlfhuaJ where a five pound trout will lu" fair sire launch at a speed of f" miles an hour; and whoro parties pulled off at a ratio of 1C to 1 He will spend Uie rwiwl W. Helm & Ellison "The Nyal Store" Home Phone No. Somo persons foolishly imaglno that Uio clotlies makes tho man. Flno feathers do not raako a fine bird, exo cept sometlmo a Jail bird. The lovo for flno and fashlonablo clothing has been tho beginning of a downward llfo of many a boy or girl. J. SPRADLIN i General Contractor. HICKMAN, KY. Nothing in the way of building too large or too small. Rba'j and alterations given prompt attention. Estimates cheeM turmshed. 10 Cumberland No. 45 certain senso to kiss a poodle dog. if you have nothing otoe to kiss. It never seemed very brilliant, cute or becom- la It may bo all right In . 93 n i,imfiwr s yf. V.,,,frM,Trgrv--:-fcV- r...,,,,,,J.)fV.-;n.il'iB- "gS" rksrfv -- - -- ' i ii wu'w'J .. ?- - - . a I A ' Jin Opportunity to Buy Many Useful Articles for only 9 Cents SMITH & AWBERQ This Sale Lasts Until Saturday, July 6th ,4 NINE CENT SALE We have been planning and preparing for this sale for some time, and are now ready to offer you values that should crowd our store with eager, enthusiastic buyers. The purchasing possibilities seem almost unlimited. Come and look around, you'll have to admit that you never saw NINE CENTS buy so much as it will in this sale. !ll 5' :f Sale Begins Tomorrow and Continues Through Next Week CRETONS COLLAR SUPPORTERS Aortd antf. floral cffcoin. color. ftcurnl Oo Best quality, 1 card .9c MENS HANDKERCHIEFS Whlto and fancy border MENS HANDKERCHIEFS Will to and fancy, 2 for 9c at .9c FINISHING BRAID White and colors bolt LAWNS IbfiutUul new jaltvrua. at 10c 1214c ntul 16o valuw, a anl 9c .9c MENS SOCK SUPPORTERS Good quality elastic FINISHING BRAID White, black, .red, pink, blue, etc 2 ibolts for LAWNS In f In nil ami flRiirw! IhhIci.k , worth To, S yanli fwr Sc -- , .9c MENS SLEEVE 8UPPORTERS Ono andtwo pairs for 9c DRESS SHIELDS Whlto, assorted sIsqs; each HOOKS AND EYES .9c 9c MENS AND BOYS COLLARS t DRESS GINGHAMS The nw sty bit In pUtdH iukJ (rfifcK. (toriMi milu'nl to tvery iimI, a yard Htrt, J Hack and whlto, all sizes, two dozen on .ca'rd. C cards for 9o All sizes and shapes, MENS SUSPENDERS Good elastic, a pair 1 for .9c .9c MENS HEAVY COTTON SOCKS A pair '1 9c APRON CHECK HOOKS AND EYES Good gradpwarrrantcd nist.-i- i not to 9o Vrry lxrt srnd. a yard cards for skeins for 9o 9c PERCALES Tbo Jnort ixtutiJv variety Hi Jllckinan. Tlmre are bolh light and lark grounds In ahecks. dirt, trtixm; uHnW for irtrset chttdrau' nttJ hotifto wear, toy wmr. Hit1 MrU. PERI LUSTRE All colors .9c COLLAR AND CUFF BUTTONS 3 Pearl and MENS CANVAS A pair plad, each 9c SANS SILK All colore, 2 ballsfor GLOVES ,. ". 9c 9c dree, 9c CHEVIOTS In tUriH4 and cheeks, bwt quallltt-- . sukahto for tnoun hlrw. etc., a yard. CHEVIOTS drw. 9 Cent Sale COTTON TAPE EMBROIDERY' FLOSS Stouts, 3 skeins for DRESSING COMBS Fine andcoarse teeth on each comb 9c TOOTH QRUSHES Assorted styles, flno and coarso 9c MENS WHITE AND BLACK CAPS Cent Sale LACE Each 9c BOYS HEAVY RIBBED HOSE 9c Black, a pair MENS mack and white. DARNING COTTON 10 bolts (for .9o Torchon edges and insertions, 2 yards for 9o V POCKET BOOKS Two compartments 1 9o V : Ultra heavy quaMUw for mens work shirt, tc, a yard 9c CHAMBRAY bristles 9c Threo bolts for .9c HAIR PINS Unfit PEARL BUTTONS Best grade, assorted, 15c, LADIES BELTS ' Cloth and Leather, each 9o ' l 12 to 9o per card BELT BUCKLES In all color. gnuU, a yard 10 and JSMnt r.4 quality, assorted size in 9& Pretty patterns, each '. box, HAIR PINS SEA ISLAND SHEETING A yard 9o HAIR NETS Largo cabinet containing im, tHOE SC bei wire, pins, 2 , C all boxes" fo . 9c LACES Largo i0o, perfectly fMUng all wanted totora Inch, black. pair for 9c pack- ,s ELASTIC Good quality 9c SHOE LACES Nine Cent GLYCERINE SOAP 4 PEARL BUTTONS All sizes 2 cards for 9o 9c SIDE COMBS Shell and amber, each " 9& HANDKERCHIEFS Linen hemstitched, each 9c HANDKERCHIEFS Good quality, RIBBON 2 BACK COMBS Each 9c COLONIAL i for 9s In a DRAPERY beautiful range of colors 9c BHt quality In separate ages, 2 il 3ml U inch In black and colors, 2 yards for 0c packages for : HOSE SUPPORTERS Goodwldth and quality, all ors, a yard Full size cako, cakes for .Oa RIBBON All colors, priced according width, 2 to 5 yards for col- TOILET POWDER Full size, per box 9c COTTON 9o 9o SUITING Worth 15c a yard, ELASTIC . Bent quality, ono lnah and IS Inch. Mack and colors, a yard. 9c For Chlldron, blaok and white, assorted sizes 9c to ...". at 9c J S J -1 TOILET SOAP Good quality, 2c akes for MACHINE PINS Standard quality steel pins, 2 papers for 9c PINS ,9c COTTON BATTING ...9o LADIES HOSE Full black, all sizes, per pair 9o NEEDLES For overy make machlno, two papers for 9o Full weight, a roll ,9o CURTAIN RODS l)ut NEEDLES grade long stool pins, box 9c Whlteand oak with fixtures, qao 9c BLEACHED CRASH Good width, por yard ; CHILDRENS HOSE Ulack and tan, ribbed, LADIES VESTS Blcadied, each : a pair 9c i 1 n ti llet makes, 2 papors for Oo 9c 9c MENDING TISSUE A useful household NEEDLES Put up In books, assorted two books for T 9c KNITTING COTTON CRASH Absorbent, a yard article, 2 .;, packages for 9c SHOE POLISH Mack, tan and white, a bottle 9c SHOE PASTE Black, tnn and white, a box 9c , TOWELS Dlonihiod diiniask, largo alzo , ". Standard quality In black and while, 2 balls for 9o COLLAR SUPPORTERS Whlti and nil colors, 2 C4irds ,9c for 9c TOWELS Small sizo, plain border, SCOTCH 2 ' 9c .9c EMBROIDERY Ify to T Inch width, per yard SUITING Hegularr 12c goods, a yard BRAID 4 MENS BLACK AND TAN SOCKS Worth 1216c a pair , 9c TABLETS Full size, two for 9c rt...9c 9c NOVELTY In all colors, per bunch .9c As a Real Bargain Event this Sale Beats them all: ? 3? Cent Sale SMITH & AMBERG X g--- Cent Sale I ; MwiviMitintm nmrxmrr iMMMiEMUUMkMriMMa Mail Orders from Your Drug Store send vour order bv mail it will be as promptly attended teas if If vou wish to yuu utiicu 111 Jci9Uii ifc sjcviuii.c m iiuiijr up mail orders. You can get prescription made up very conveniently in this way. All 'orders are sent out by the earliest return mail. No need to wait until you come to town send that order by mail or phone today. Order these by mail : Drugs, Drug Sundries, Magazines ITEMS OF INTEREST. WVYS BSNMK S "FIRE." Kennedy. The Crystal tonight. New pictures dally at tho Crystal. Atty, F. S. Moore was in Fulton on business Tuesday. Wo return everything but tho dirt. Hickman Steam Laundry. Mrs. Susan Linton, of Fulton, died at her home In that city Monday special sale Fancy Percales and Umbrellas . airs. Ben Hortweck had tho misfor tune to stick a rusty nail in her foot (ids week. Wright and Sid Hnmby are now operating tho transfer from tho now depot In West Hickman. airs. J. W. Bland is expected home R. J f i today from Uniontown, Ky., whore she baa been visiting her son. airs. C. A. llolcombu is halng ox- tnnsivo repairs mado on her resldenco and Stationery. property near the Court Houso. aire. Wharton Porter has returned to her home In Hlllaboro, Texas, af ter a visit with D. B. Wilson and family. "The Nyal Store" Tho little son of F. M. Case and wife la reported hotter this morning 1 Rural Phone 0 Cumb. Phone 45 after being dangerously ill for several days. Geo. D. Armllago, tho Courier's foronran, leaves tonight for aiilvinu-kee- , Wis., to visit relatives for u iV few days. air. W. A JohiMton and children . will roturn tomorrow from Brownsville, Tenn., after a ton days visit with relatives. B S Elliott will begin- tho erection of a two-turframe bucinoM house In est Hickman In a few days, lie iL! will build It for Wmsclf. Cow gill Rogors, who accepted n po sition, with tl L. & N. at Williams burg, Ky returned Monday and will work with the loveo engineers below town. The now city tax books are now in tho hand of Chief of Police Wright, wbowj office Is at Jt. L. Bradley's Btoro In other words pay your taxes now. Mrs, C L. Walker Is oxpooted homo next week from Valparaiso. Ind , where sho has boon visiting her daughter, airs. Chester Barnos, for T.io above pilcturo was taken at craged good weight and wero In tho the past six weeks. the St. Louis National SUock Yards best of condition, being part of the atiss .Mentor Walker came in Tuesand shows 50 bead of mules bought assortment of mules secured for leveo day from Okmulgee, Okla., whoro h by C. T. Bondurant and Win. aiosby work through tho efforts of tho SL has held tho position of art teacher for lovee work in the Reelfoot dis- Louis Exchange which furnishes a In tho public schools of that city trict. Tho mules were selected with largo proportion of the muloa used during tho last school year. great care with the assistance of L. throughout tho South. This bunch of E. E. Reeves rrcoiwd h!a njjw T Callahan, of Fulton, Ky., and Hen- stock cost upwards of $15,000, and is Mcti automobile Saturry Sparks, president of tho St. Louis tho flneet lot of mules oer seen In day. Tho car has chain drive, but Is Horso and aiulo Exchange. They av- - Fulton county. different from anything in this section. There is no "high" or "low" and tho car runo any speed from B WHO ARE THEY ? WILL GET OIL MILL. to 50 miles an hour. Arrangements were mado yesterday A surveying party of twenty or FOR SALE: Four-rooresldenco twenty-fiv- e men, with B. B. Harris whereby tho Roberts Cotton OH Co., In Last Hickman. Good barn, gar-iltas thief, is now in camp at Spring will add to their gin business at this nnd outbuildings. Lot is 50x150. I having come that far from Pa-- i placo a small cotton oil mill. Tho Fino view of tho rirerand nice shade. ih. They are surveying a rail- mill will bo erected on tho rear of We'ro putting a prico on this proiior-troad line from 1'aducah, presumably tho lots occupied by the Driver gin. to soil It. Do you want it at company will Incorporate foT $C50r to Hickman and as they are going The Ask for No. 100 at this office. slow evidently it is a locating survey. $50,000 and will bo known as tho W. J. Logan, who has beon suffer iMr. Harris Is of course reticent, but Hickman Cotton OU Mill & Gin Co. no one doubts that the Illinois Cen- Roberts will own a controlling Inter- ing ccvernl weeks from severe pain tral is having tho survey made. Tho est in tho business, but C. T. Bon. in the bead, and who was in Nash surveyors were in camp at Klrby-tow- n dunaat and S. L. Dodds have upwards ville for treatment 'last week, was operated on Tuesday morning at tho before moving to Spring Hill, of $25,000 in tho now corporation. hotel by Dr. L. P. Baltzor, aoshtod and Air. Harris Is making his headby Dr. C. W. Ourlln, and is getting quarters at the Commercial Hotel in ELLISON BUYS BUILDING. along very well at present. Clinton. Clinton Gazette. Mrs. W. O. McMillan entertained L. P. Ellison closed a deal yester-da- y y for the brick building Tuesday night ut Rook. A wilad MONEY TO LOAN. owned by T. A. Lodford and occupied course and punch wero served. Tho by H. E. Curlin's House of Quality. following enjoyed the cionlng: aies- Do you want to buy a homo? I will dames C. G. Schlcnkcr, J. O Vet, let you have tho money payable back Tho price paid was $4,000. Percy Jones, T. A. Lodford, J. L. in weekly payment ts of $1X0 to John aieocham, Jt. L. Bradloy, eeo me. No one but those NO NOMINATIONS MADE. and B. M. Nalfeh, J. C. Soxton, Henry that mean business, need apply. If Tho Democratic National convention Sanger and ailsses Anlco Efflngor you pay your rent you can buy you convened in Baltimore Tuesday, but nnd Dora Cavltt. a homo. W. A. DODDS. Quito a lot of excitement was caus up to tho present time no nominations have been mado for a presi- ed Sunday iwhen a ground hog was dis ROUTE FIVE. dential candidate. Bryan butted in covered in tho ravlno below Nim Mr. Wiseman, the rural routo car- and started a fight for temporary Walker's residence, Where it had evirier Is going to movo to Clayton in chairmanship. Bryan wanted the job dently been catching chickens. Aftor and tho committee wanted Alton B. several attempts by tho neighbors to u few days. guest Parker. Tho commoner lost. Sen- kill It, Frank Von Borries shot It. aiits Gertie Osburn was tho of ailsocs Pearl and llaudo Osburn, ator Olllo M. James, a Clark support- This la tho ifirst ground hog seen In er, was mado permanent chairman this locality in years, a' Spout Springs Sunday. yesterday, which constitutes the prin Tho C, M. & G. railroad company Alias iMallno Green visited in Hickcipal proceedings of tho convention resumed their old schedulo Sunday, man last week'. Several from this vicinity attended to date. It Is possible that a nomi and Is now giving regular freight nnd nation, will bo mado today, but It passongcr Bcrvlce. This company lost sen-ice-s at ML Olive' Sunday. Lcvio Osburn, of near Sanders would bo hard to guess who tho nom- a largo portion of their tracks when Chapel, visited at Buck Escue'a Sun' inee will be. The spotlight seems to tho loveo broko hero tfio first wcok center on Clark and Wilson, with in April, and they have been out of day. business for almost three months. Shep- Kern as a possible dark horso. Henry Wheeler and Charlie Tills road was awarded a contract by herd, of. near Woodland Mills, were S. S. PJcrco and family loavo next tho government for carrying mall on in this vicinity Tuesday on business. week for Sulphur Weils, Tenn., to April 1 tho very night when they Miss Myrtle Howard spent Saturhad their first washout. visit relatives. day feht with Miss ltuth Caldwell, Tho Keppler Amusement Co., a car Tho City Council will meet next of Clayton. nival aggregation, may play in this Monday night. At this mooting they young peoplo attended the A few city tho week of July 8th to 13th. will meet tho Mayor of Martin and ringing given by Bob Hicks ,Sunda'y J. M. Ezelle, wife and eon woro arrange ifor tho use of that city's big MitfiL visitors last bo put In Borvlco roller Rivs Mm Gertie Oaburn is visiting Miss and Memphis,week In Newborn, Satur- steam wo begintograveling our streets. returning homo when Lna Hfcks, day. Tho gravel has boon ordered and Is 'Barnaul and family were in J. A. Stubbs is visiting in Memphis. expected to arrive any tlmo. CounCIro Saturday afternoon. Amborg and Mies Char-lott- o cilman Jslor thinks this . work will Mrs. Tnf Pinion to viifliting her t Airs. J. L. Hubbard will leave tomorrow start about tho 15th of next month. , rr& Platen, near ait. Alanuel, Aunt Dom. Hteue is visiting in this for Jackson, Tenn., to visit Mlsu Ola Tho city fathom havo also ascertain, Trice. cd that tt is unnecessary to tako a yfeintty. ,'"; t v Rov. Q. W. Wilson will return to voto on tho proposition of Issuing Hickman tho laxtof the week and tho bonds ifor the defraying of tho exMb, Ira Joww, of CoIhhAhb, Ohio, usual sen Ices will be held at tiro pense of this street work. Tho counU vfaKiBg OapL C. B. H&ckett and First Methodist Church Sunday morn cil has the authority to mako tho bond issue, ing and evening. p We bought a big line of Fancy Silk and Linen Percales and Umbrellas at special prices. 1 o appreciate the as sortment you must see our show windows; or come in and kt us have the pleasure of showing youthe great for you. bargains we-have Helm & Ellison 5 S! g S Prices 50c to $10.00 ' asi i New shipments will arrive this week of w Kabo Corsets. In the last three months we have built j 8 the largest corset business this house has ever enjoyed, y g Come in and see the new models. in Dress Goods. s - y t-Ii- Ol tryj riftw' Prices $1.00 to $5.00 SUDE M. NAIFEH ON THE CORNER lms2mw y n TMr inc. rrvr Utl rrrrc tiUUUJ JV1M1 wim i . S y Engraved card Courier office. "FIRE." Kennedy. J. T. Perkins was hero from Marairs. John mothunnan, of Artnorel. Ark., hi visiting bor father, B. atoorc. tin Tuesday. Frank Von Borrlus, Jr.. left Turn-daairs. 8. K. Davidson Is vMtlng her night for Louisville on bulnen idntor, airs. A. O. Caruthers, at Wood-Ian- with tho aiongel Box Co. .MUls. aifca Lily aiaddox. of Nttw York, to at Inn KothU-oSaunders, of Ca nitlng ber parents, 1 C. aiaddox ruUierHvllle, .Mo., Is v billing J. A. and wife, at State Lino. Tliompmm and family. Ridgloy, Tonn., b making preparaN. G. Cooko filed hbi bond as tions for a big culobradon covering of J. M. Ponton, bankrupt. thU throo dajs July A miinbor of week. lston conducted a racket good attractions are on their .program storo ut Fulton. 'o Moct ua at tho Crystal. C. II aiooro and HtCo daughter In St. Totiis. B. S. Elliott has Just flnibed making a number of Improvement on On trhrelk4lil's rhlrr.cv. atn. atei Dolatii-- aixl chiUrM havo returiH'd fnxn Mclmorenrilto. rwu Tonn., after a visit with her aibe alary Briggs and Oooriw and Ilea Briggs hnvo rKurintl from n visit to airs. Gvorso' Oroodi. at Martin. y Home Coming Reunion AT two-stor- Am-bcr- g, e RIDGELY, TENN. JULY 4th, 5th, 6th The citizens of Hickman and vicinity have a special invitation to be with us. THREE BIG DAYS Barbecue and Brass Band 5,000 to 7,000 people expected daily. now for sale. Wire or write All concessions ; ' Hnti WYATT-R- . MOORING, Care THE BIG DOLLAR STORE, RIDGELY, TENN. & -- , yBL ltej .. 1 rii !?85"57,sSS5r7 N i f! i"l $1 pr Yar fT Houik. It cheap tliU a year. No man too poor to ifre-ntill amount for paper that Ml tbe county mid In Advance No aiefptlsM tliU nil. Only Jo a week esrelj It OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY - Thk Paper .AfwiysSieps I Twenlr Tfr ntro, paper cort M THE HI&KMAN COURIER; Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE MMM a tWllW . la atra Mr Local News 27, 1912 facts alleged dltU the existence of conditions precedent to tho right of tho Illinois Central to purchase tho road of .tho Dyersburg company. On all of tho points Judge McCaU ruled that the defendant road had oiado no showing to warrant sustention of the demurrer. Tho Illinois Central was represented at tho hearing by C. N. Burch end II. D. Minor and tho Chicago, IMomphts & Gulf road was represent ed by J. C. McReynoIds, of Now York" formerly assistant attorney-genera- l of tho United States. Sundays Memphis Commercial Appeal. not-show Number 5 1 A Blue Mark A mrsml INQUUS "I "K The "Stand-pat- " Nominee. RULES AGAINST C, M. & G. I. C, May Get Control Hickman's New Ralroad. feh Mwmt O - ti The June will be pleased withjthe gifts that come from this store. Let us help you solve the problem or selection. Hundreds' of 'v , 'il "" ) bB'PT'""'' aaaaafaaSBaaBL. A, ,! BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbY Jude J. E. McOall of tho foderal ''court has overruW the demurrer en- iKcred by the Chicago, Memphis & Clulf railroad, formerly known na tho rDyoreburs Northern railroad, In tho utt. brought by the Illinois Central railroad, arguments on tho demurrer having been heard In federal court Last week. The defendant road has thirty days In which to answer the blU filed by the complainant. Tbe Illinois Central Bcvks to buy tho lino extending from Dyersburg to TJntonvlUo, asserting Its right to do so from n contract entered Into by It and tho Dyeraburg Northern In 190C whereby tho Illinois Central leased the Dyersburg Northern road ma terial to buIJd its lino from Dyersburg to Tlptonvllle. A clause In the contract provided that In event tho latter road ever made connection with any other line, tho I. C. should have the right of purchase. The defendant road last April made connection with the Nashville, Chattanooga & St Louis railway at Hickman, Ky., an extension of tho line having been made. In tho demurrer filed .the defendant road asserted that tho contract was contrary to public policy; was incomplete, as no definite price was set; that It was In violation of tho Mat-ut- e of frauds and perjuries and tho ,Ln J appropriate articles at rigHt prices. Elegant , 4mE5M 'jEK Cv.-1'-' 'v ' '"EbDbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbIbbIBQ iIbbbK '' "''?' 1''ieBHfr-;''- Mrs. Henry Clay has returned from a visit with relatives in (Memphis. Miss Josephino Hamlett, of Decatur, Texas, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. J. Cook. Mrs. S. B. Parker orders tho Courier sent to her daughter, Mrs. 0. S. Harrison, r 5mVERyyARE CUT GLASS i ' services. I NOVELTIES , tbbbbbV xBTk. w 4 ettaT mBVTBBTBBBBKCWBflBBlBBBBBBBM hV j aaBeEapla X flHeBBUBBBM at San Antonio, Texas, unexcelled in point of beauty, durability and (l .BBBBBBaBBBBMaBBBalBBBBWBBBBBBBBBBBTiiaBJBBBBBBBBBW for ono year. Mrs. Bettlo Williams, of Fulton, died Thursday afternoon after a long illness of tuberculosis. She is1 surviv ed by ono son, Claude Wlllams. fww d aouf pole, Ka name da man dat found It; ZVejr nip tellln' f he tuk Kn tit' a ropo around II. ain't it tellln' ef he hid A lot o rue to keleh It, Nr ef he een' de word back linme ( IVhut day he swine to I)y tone SCHLENkCR ad Vt laBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBtC' H- - HrSaKe'H feit-nhl- . Ita-aue- e Dey 'low that Mlstab Iln)xjrvelt Denounce dat he' d.ltthted. Dey say In de rellejr I)T happy rt lff could be de rearth we Urln' on It now dee i It ibould be. Dr done foun Kn evyy one' ile oiif lielied. rde, OeiideMi The Jeweler Elm Camp No. 3, W. 0. W.. will decorate tho graves of departed sove reigns at Brownsville, Sunday afternoon, June 30. All Woodmen and A. N. Glover, of Los Angeles, Cal., friends of 'woodcraft are invited to will preach at Mt Hennon next Sun day at 11 a. m. and 8 p.m. attend these services. dl Der done foun' de ouf po'e tHr Mow die I tremlnjou Becauee It elioee de yearth (till cot H' axle en lie hlnar. Dey ear we alt reel de efretk, IMt Mlenre done been atiftken leut. Mleteh, will dat aouf role cut & I paye fo bacon IbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI'1' .Hbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbibbbbbbbbbbbb! TT2asxarpa,Sisecl ri 1 . H) 1 ..' Ke Der Aeee ot de eouf pole, Xn ervytwdr holler An' tow jnan dat loun K outM ! set a amnon eoue-ra. LaHi bbP1bIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb IfillJAJfjf. jtn- BllJr X 1 A BBBBBBBBraBBrHIBr , t jaT. & Wea-K-, 44 M' wbut Ay twine ler oe cue dat loet ItT v of the ctand-pa- t 6 srorsjrrr '' iBBr it 5. MEN'S CLOTHES $12.95' ) all-wool En4a Hunt far Rich Qlri. Oflc Ue kuat for a rich wife ends w)C8 Die sian meeta a otuan that u Mkcirlc Uittera. Her atrons norveei tell In a bright brain and even complexion tCMHhar. Her peach-blooaimI ruby llr reault from her pnro bleed; her bright cjc from realful eleoji; her eUatlc atp from firm, free miMclea, mU tclllB of the health and atrefigtfe KlecUlc Uittera giro a o uias, and Ue freedom from lndlgo-Uohttekacke, hedache, fainting and dlacr apelta they promote. Ercry-her- e they are wosian'a favorite rotn edy. If weak or alUeg try them. COc nt Helm &. HUlfenV In ncordnnco mIB President Taft receelved the nomination for President at the hand Republicans In Chicago Saturday night, defeating Roosevelt, after one of the hardest fights ever waged In the party ranks. Henceforth, tho party will be composed of two wings and fight under separate banners. The Inner workings of the organization, will no doubt, be brought to light by the opposing candidates. Unless a compromise of somo sort Is effected, It will result In one of the most spectacular political campaigns ever seen In the United States. MRS. HARRIETT TAMS. For Mens Suits worth $1 5.00, $1 7.00, and some T5ftBift5ft!5 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. 11 worth more. Owing to the high water, which has affected the clothing business, I find that I have a larger stock of mens suits than I care to have at this season, and in order to move them out quickly I have made a special pripe of $12.95 on my entire line, consisting of the celebrated Schwab line in all the new 1912 styles, colors and fabrics. all-wo- trhh our ctwtojn not print n. pnjKir noxt fact, tho ofIce will be cloned whllo ho Courier forco takes a woek'a rest nml uutniner vacation. Tlso next pa"Bottor bo Insured than sorry." per will coino out on July 11th Kennedy. Sunday School at 9MC, .worship at a. in. and 6 p. m. Prayer meet ing Wedncfcday evening at 8:00 o' cordially Invited es c clock. Public pecially strangers to worship with In us. H. B. Williams, pastor. Speaking of the death of Mrs. Har- riott Tams, formerly of Hickman, who died in Union City Wednesday night nml was buried at the City Com etc ry her Thursday afternoon, tho Union City Oomerolol soys: Mrs. ITnrrlett Tams died nt the homo of her daughter, Mrs. W E, Scales, hi this city, on Wednesday night, Jai 19, 1912, from tho infirm! ties of ad vu need ago. Mrs. Tams "uns tho widow of the o laU Mr. Jesso Toms. She was a of Kentucky near Hickman, a Miss Ft' trill before tho union with he: husband, an Englishman by birth Mrs Tams was born Jnn, 2, 1820 She was tho mother of five girls, Mrs. Mlttlo King, Mrs. W. E. Seates, Mrs. Knle Bondurant, Miss Llzzlo Sent oh ami Mrs. Annio BeckJinm. Sho was a member of tho Methodist Church. Tho home, near Hickman, for many yenrs until tho death of Mr. Toiub, was the niece a of many social gath- erlngs, hospitalities and pleasant memories. It was the shrino of pa- -' rental devotion and filial affection Mrs. Tams was, like tbo saluted kind-- i mothers of old, hearted, wholc-aouletender In her nffectlon, bountiful In her goodness, ' nnd memorable In hor kindness. Mrs Tams wjs a typo of Southorn womanhood of tho days of Southern chivalry and glory nnd sho loaves a name entwined with tonderest memories in tho hearts of those who arc bequeathi ed with tho legacy of her love. na-ttiBwoet-splrlte- ol I a.a.faris-co- al I SUMMER PRICES guaranteed as low as last summer, or less, on all kinds of coal By I I Here is a winner at $12.95. For 15 days I will sell you a Schwab guaranteed blue serge suit, handsomely tailored and trimmed and perfect fitting at $12.95, you would have to pay $15 and more to others for no better. It doesn't come often when you can buy such a high grade suit at such a low price when the season has just begun. Come in and inspect the line, I have all sizes and practically an unlimited range of styles and patterns and you know the price is right. all-wo- ol ' 1 V Remember the sale begins Saturday, June 22, so come early and get choice of patterns. giving us your order now, for sum- mer delivery, you will Henry Clay and family attended tho Chautauqua In Union City Sunday. Servo PLEZOL to your Family. Serve PLEZOL to your friends. ! When you ore down town drink PLB-- 1 ZOL. WAiNTED ! I I aaa bbbb I I rfa I m al d aaaW WWW al 1 11 J a al J a Where Quality Reigns Higher than Price. and Selz Shoes and Oxfords, have a complete line of Walk-Ove- r Stetson and Leibovitz Hats, and most anything in the way of Underwear, Shirts, Furnishings and Work Goods, also a swell line of Trousers. Ferriage refunded P. S. I Save Money TO I1UY or trodo good furniture business for land In WestWrlto Wallnco A. ern Kontucky Stewttrtt,. 312 First St., Henderson, 2D Ky. . to Missouri customers. ,flAil .Ml VJf"v' THE BEND AND THE RIVER. Although the Courier Journal scrlbo is somewhat mixed up in his geography, the following article relatlvo to Madrid Bend la of passing Inter eat. This Bond Is not only famous for Iib peculiar bounds, but some of tho finest cotton uud corn In rtiltoif county la grown In that vicinity. "Down at Madrid Bend where the Mississippi River makes a detour of thlriy-flvmiles only to como back within, a mllo of tho placo wliore It departed from tho oven tenor of Its way thero is talk of straightening out tho kink by digging n canal Tho canal would have to be about as broad as long. It length would bo a Uttlo over a inllo and It would have to bo a mllo in width to accommodate the waters of tho Mississippi, and oven with such generous dimenade sions It would not bo half-wa- y quate to tho job In flood time. The three states of Missouri, Ken tucky and Tennessee aro considerably mixed up la tho vicinity of Mad rid Bund. Tho steamboat traveler who would undortnko to decldo who's who and what's what Jn that Interesting region would find himself hope lesuly mixed In his geograjmy oud thoroughly convinced than things oH not what thoy seem. For thero the Father of Waters wobhles most and flounders around In tho three Commonwealths like a whole attempting a grizzly bear dance on dry land. It is not beyond tho bounds of posslblllty'that there aro dwellers on some of tho islands along tho riv er who do not know with any degree of certainty In what state they ro-Hide and some of them aro doubtless quite contented not to know and have '.never fretted themselves about tho question of sovereignty. 15 is at Madrid Bend that Mississippi Is cut In two by tho River and. tho State of Missouri, a small segment of tho Commonwealth being ensconced In tho bend considerably remoto from tho main territory. Wolf Island the most notable body of land In the river In that vicinity la also a part of Kentucky. Tho Uttlo city of Now Madrid, Mo., Is Intensely Interested In tho canal Ann, I I A.. .,! la Htlalnn M " f fc I Tm. " o Ken-tuck- DR. RICHMOND'S LECTURE. ATTENTION is directed to our Show Window this week. Special display of HOSIERY for Men, Women ajid Children, at the popular prices of v Z'' T 10c, 15c, 25c II A. I '111 I I I shirt that worked hard for a reputation And keeps it by working harder Owing to our spot cash system, we are able to offer at f, hese prices better grades of hosiery than is customary. We show the kinds and colors that you want just at this time. Special offerings in other lines. t The High Gride Shirt Thai" Come in and Look E. R. ELLISON Worth itt CoA MILLET & ALEXANDER Little Miss Alllno Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chos. Clark, entertained a number of her friends Frl- flnir " vrn v rf rfllihrnHrii lior ninth v birthday. As each guest arrived. bearing a little gift, they were served lemon punch from the old oaken bucket that hung In tho well. The house was tastefully decorated In carnations and roses. Tho usual gomes were played, then each child properly pinned the old blaack cat's tall on. Cake and cream were served, then each guest drew from the grab bag, and doparted for home. Those present were: Annie Ellison, Mary B. Parham, Mark Bradley, Annie Russell Moore, George Clint Ellison, Bcr-nlc- o Lee Parham, Neville Itonoy, Ruth Barrett, Martha Moore, Henry Roney, Myra Farls. Helen Blnford, rtha Barrett, King Davis, Eliza-- t Ellison. In every homo where there is a baby there should also bo a bottle of McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It may be needed at any time to correct sour stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or sum rner complaint It is a wholesome remedy, contains no opium, morphine or injurious drug of any kind. Price 25c and COc per bottle. Bold by the Hickman Drug Co. Mrs. L. A. Stone and daughter are at home after a two weeks' visit to her parents, Dr. Hudson and wife, at Greenfield, Tenn. Paul Keon, of Poplar Bluff, Mo., was the guest of Miss Ruth Klmbro, Sunday. I suffered greatly during tho recent flood and the canal would the situation, for the city in periods of high water. It has been anticipated for years that the river would some day tako the short cut on its own initiative, but bo far It has not done bo. There Is no certainty about what tho river it going to do, and tho possibilities in flood tlmo aro a constant source of apprehension. Given a fair start the Mississippi probably would dig tho canal in short order, for tho big stream Is an, indefatigable digger, but is decidedly eccentric In Its oxcavationB. It has its own system and its methods aro bejond human comprehension. Nobody but Undo Sam Is big enough to "go a projlckin" with It. Now Madrid hopes to have government assistance iu tho undertaking in fact will have to have it If tho canal scheme over materializes. olio--vlato uoq in "7" " luruiuruucu 01 iu Dry Goods and Variety CASH STORE Nominee of the Progressive Republicans s sfe2Jtyy - Lat Thursday qtcuIiik at tho Lyric, tliero van civon a very instruct-ivtecturo en tho itfuvontlou of hook worm, t)iliold iovor, tutMMXulosbi and l, other dieaw8 by Dr. W. W. of CUtiton, a momber of tho State Hoard of Health. In couijllnco ith tho urgent request ot tho Stato lloaixl of Health, I)r has consented to lee- turu to tho entlro territory iylitg be tween Loulavlllo and tho MliaiiHilppi aro (rvo to River. Thoco lecture tho audiences and without oxponio to tho taxpayers, a all expemtes aro paid by tho ltockcfailer couuntiitlon of Now York. Tho HtartUng facta were brought out that out of 8000 peclcn from 26 countle In Kentucky SS per cout had hook worm mid G7 IHir ctnit had animal pamiOti'ii otaotnu kind. As twvcral canuti of hook j wonu hato been found ia Hickman and l Fulton county, an caruvitt plea wo mado that overy ouo ahould con- Mull hbt fwully phyakclau at oitcu, an 'tho unuulnatioa U both frvo and (uid na a iktoii may have book worm Kovural moutiia boforu tho I nppcara. It wa alto liou tiiat hook worms havo beun found iu all cloMiea alike, rich and ixr, high and low, and that other uro mado more daneoroua uud fatal by tho pre en Co of hook. worm. ot iUmum oj A tho iTovi-ntlot- i tho atoKou ot tho lccluro and alnoe it wbm proved that tubcrculobl, typhoid fovcr aud tho hook worm aro caiucd mainly by uuclitiuu-ijom- , tho doctor urged all iktkoihi to acrotm tho uoue, to aw at thi fly, to movtdo aanltary ouliioui-- , . to wah tho baud btforu each and finally to bo cleanly la prtiou and about tho premUca. Tho locturu was closed with an lo qucu trlbutu to tho doctors and teachers, who, It was stated, aro tuoro thau any ct tho protcssloos toward tho provonlioQ of dlvtts. o IUcli-jnoiuHkl-u-uondla-vaaUUt-ca- c dtt-vmi- o nu-aiuo-K- K HOGWALLOW NEWS. Luko Mathcwsla has been laid up for sovoral uys qulto sick. Tho horo doctor prououncil it broncho pneu-uionl- 1 n "T i -- nuu-rld JULY FOURTH. Saoio old speeches, Satuo old flans, Barao old rockets, Sntuo old Jugs. 8amo old music, Samo old ooUo, Same old crackers. Same old boys. Samo old picnics, Booio old dread, Suno tern plat Ion, Samo old head. FletcbT Houstop has coutribuud a basket of young WUons lo the foreign mlstUoiut danalioui now bcUig rocelvul by tho Doe HiU preacher. list Smith has set up In competition to tho patout uwdldco couotrns by solUnc a quart ot liquor with bark iu it for a sprice tonic Tobo Moselcy lit his rod lantern tho other ubjbu Tho lightning bus hero for thru bad begun to appi-asummer stay, but whoa thuy saw thu lantern they got dlscouragi-- and left. Rax liarlow has been thinking going lo a doctor, as ho bolli-tes r i ssH ' - " Ilk : sssHk Some oM fires, Samo old lights, Samo okl crowds and Samo old flKhts. Samo old cannons, Sumo old thrills, Same old chooru and Doctor's bills. Samo old brightness, Samo display, Snmo old gkwlsomo Natal day. Wo offer for nolo for a limited Ume, tho residence of Dr. 8. K. in this city. Thta la a first chus pieco of property in ovory particular. Tho residence, a larjjo portion of which is constructed of brick, contains nlno rooms, three nbove and ulx bolow, two halls, porches; bath, furnace, ulectric lights, otc. Tho KTound with this pbico embraces six lots (u lutlf block) and measures HomcthUiK near 225x500 feet. Nlco lmrn, costinu 91400, with brick foundation and basement. I'lace can bo bought furnished If desired. Wo aro nlso nutliorlzt'd to sell cither east or west half of this proiwty iepnra(o-l- y Further particulars and terras nt this office. No. 99. Mrs. Silas Roberts is on tho sick list. ho swallow a frog whllo drinking . a clMvru at lt)o Straw Until hu makrs up his mind ho tU a fow iusects fHvry day. Itaz liarlow has gono to Tickwile to got Ideas as to how tho bartendir ronciios his hair. i Tm-iday- (t Jefferson l'otlocks stays bo finds thut people had thu headache as far back as thu lllblo days. Washington Hocks brought to our offlco tlilt wvek a curlotdiy In tbo dmpu of a tliroo hggvd stove. itux liarlow says tho next hard'st thing to do besides finding out bo is your friend is to try lo locate a frog iu a grass patch. Tho public drinking datura at Ux1 postofflou sprung a leak this wivk, and Fit Smith has been appointed a committee of ono to look Into It. A notico In tbo Tickvllto Tidings of last week (wklns ovory ono to""auh this epaco and save money," bus caused several of our citizen to lay aside thoir other work this week. Luko Mathowsia has been figuring this week on buying himself a wilt of clothes, but has conio to tho decision that lie hud better wait and seo bow tho presidential olcctlon is going. AUaa IVck has violated tho of sovoral of hls warmest friends and after this it will bo hard for hlin to get a drink of llcker that la any good. Ho obtained a Jug ot iliat. Smith's Moonlight lleol thu other day under Uio protenso that ho ww going to use It in celebrating his annual birthday. Hut Instead of that a ho took k homo, and put some pneumonia medicine. In it for Day bofora yestorday tho laid his plpo down somowhere at tho poet office, and so far has been unable to find It, He says that Is ono trouble about occupying a position. Frisoy Hancock's rheumatism hw taken a turn for tho worst, and ho has decided bo had bettor look out after bis religion, Sunday ho went over and bragged on the Dog I"" preacher's sermon. Ia his discourse at the Wild Onion school houso on'Trehlstoric Wild AnimalB ot Kentucky" Saturday night Prof. Sap Spradlin had occasion to frpeak In, glowing terms of Tobo Mono-ley'- s confl-deiroao-fodltnt Doing hard work in a bent or stoop Ing' position puts a stitch In the back that Is painful. If muscles have U strained, you can't got rid of whhout help. The great penetrating power of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT will appeal to you most strong ly at such times, because It Is tho very thing you need. Price 25c, COc and 1 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. be-co- sstsv sLsHr k B.B y , L. ,j" .. - -m v F' JK xv' f- "fe UKrv. lll3b, iViwi r ss Don I Triii Turznc , Ct, J. g, X ill 1 ARE SERVED HERE Whatever flavors you order in your Soda at our fountain, you can depend on getting only J. Hungerford Smith's famous crushed fruits and syrups. PRESCRIPTIONS accurately and promptly compounded. Only pure, fresh drugs used. Cv THE REXALL LINE Standard Family Remedies candies, stationery and toilet articles, unexcelled by none and backed by a national reputation. i Gc Jesso Fields and wlfo, of Fulton, spent Sunday with her parents, A. 0. Ilm1. nil ... 9 uwbmvooz s y. 5eOQ?J?VJ.T TfQZ)OW Misses Virginia Luten, Mattio Mai Seay and Prof, B. F. dabby left Sim- day for Loulavlllo to attond the Stato teachers Instltuto, Airs. Sallno Sndor and son, of Cairo, and Mrs. Mary Morris and daughter, of Joncsboro, Ills., havo been visiting Mrs. Fioronce Farts and family. Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Malono arrived Saturday from Moberly, Mo., which town was Mr. Malono's headquarters whllo traveling In North Missouri ter ritory, j Hickman Drug Incorporated. Co. "THE REXALL STORE" mssimms&sm Col. Roosevelt, who has been nominated by the Progressive Republicans for president. The Colonel was flattened out by Taft's steam roller In tho Chicago convention, although ho claims to havo had a goodly majority before tho national committee ousted his delegates. The new party was duly organized Monday and dedicated with bandanna handkerchiefs as their battle flag. Roosevelt's action splitting the Republican party has brought Joy Into tho Democratic camp. Unless the Democrats play the fool, wo have the best opportunity we'vo had In a quar-te- r of n century to win in November. ancestors. "ttJIl Ml. 1 - aA." JUk tW-l.- ' 1 41 J. J.it i v.m u mw n mw iii'h I M tttki "MY LADY OF 5 DOUBT." Continued. MALA&IA headache, biliousness, in- digestion, rheumatism, pimples, blotches, yellow complexion, etc., arc all signs of poisons in your These poisons blood. should bo driven out, or serious illness may result To get rid of them, use hut but I wish to tell you all, ana and I am euro l shall need your help." "You mean I am to Join you again"Is that asking too much 7" "Clair," I whispered, bending toward her, bo Peter could not overhear, "nothing shall keep rao from coming, doar. I will rldo back the moment my dlspntchcs aro In Arnold's-hands- . Uut tell mo, first If you aro not afraid of Grant himself, what Is It you need mo st Elmuurstr forr TiieoWf Black-Draiigi- iti the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine Mrs. J. II. Eislcr, of Spartanbure, S. C, says: " I had sick headache, for years. now I the time, I felt bad most of I iricd Thcd-ford's ht, Black-Draug- feel when I was 16 years old." Your druggist sells it, in 25 cent packages. better than and Insist on Thcdford's "Eric." Bho answered swiftly. "IIo has disappeared, dead or deserted. Oh, I cannot believe tho lost Is truo. It was to save his roputatlon that I dressed In this uniform, performed the work assigned him. I feel suro Grant knows whoro ho Is, what has become of him. I went to him In Philadelphia, but ho only sneered, and Bald the boy had doubtloss run away, I know ucuer: mat is not 1 ko a lortlraor Uut I cannot search for bin l I must atay with my father. But If I can only bo assured you will como." "You can bo nuaured." "Mistress Clalrer broke In Peter, "somo ono Is rldhfg up ttuj road." "Yes, Peter, yes A Major, ialt here I Don't move, Wefwlll zo hack nnd moot him." ft I held my horse, ateiidr.ahhntislihn made an effort to'Jo'low. Voices enme use to mo through the darkness Grant's loud enough to if) clearly hoard. "What. Is this you, Clalrer be laughed gruffly. ,hy all tho gods, 1 thought It must be Eric. I never ex- - Best Kentucky Lump COAL I XKXjXTJBIXIX2X3 , Alto r liv JuLJta m X I jltXJ STEVE STAHR BOTH PHONES grMrB.flfjl BriB'BBBBnSBBPi EUsacxKai pected to and yoa togged out la this style. By Jove, I wish. It was day fe light." Whatever she replied sinst have aobered tho fellow. "Everything I say you take wrongly. Because it is better to Imvc it Of course It's all right, for the country Is full ot stragglers out of both "and not use it, armies. Lord, I don't care what you Than to want it nnd not have it, rear, as long as it suits you. My business T Oh, I explalnod all that to MORAL Iniurc with your putty-faciservant Saint Anne I that fellow I Dut Til review the matter again. . I'm drumming up Clinton's deserters, but now I've met you I'm laswemc e( All KJnrfs RlGlir II I tempted to go along with you as far as Klmhurst" WKIIC IT. "Iloeomo a draerter ToiimnlfT" Hlckmnn lUnk ml Trurt Co. OniN "Oh. no, or at least only tempore BOTH PHONE 07 rily. Thore will be plenty of fighting yet In the Jerseys. Clinton's whipped all right, and Is going to havo a time getting away to the ships. In tny Judgment thero will be rlchor picking for a Jerseyman right here at home, than with the army la New York." There was a moment's sllencej then CIVIL ENGINEER the girl asked, a shade ot horror la her volos: "Surely, you cannot .mean to ally with guojWsi. Land, Drainage and Municipal yourselfwith Fsjfmr Captain Grantl "With Surveys, Maps, Estimates The maa" laughed, but mirthlessly, r Tba't would bo horrible, wouldn't and Reports. why M 7til, personally I fall to see than Fagln ' any more ot a scoundrel Office ever Nalfeh Bros, store. some ot those other fellows In gilt Hickman, Kentucky epaulets. However, I've not come to J 0.1104"" that point yet Tho fact Is I havj a private affair to attend to before 1 leavo this neighborhood. Can you guess what It 1st" not." "IT u "WelC you will know shortly the Is coming." P TREATMENT ambulsncomy horso slowly forward, I rode It vnn are aerv keeping at tho edgo of the road, until ous, run-dow- n, assured a sufficient distance separated sickly, lues enus. Then I gave tho rostlve animal aTaasB ergy, ambition, a sharp touch of tho spur, Bonding him awlftly forward. My escort would have Mnyon'a Special a mile or two tho start, yet tnai was No Ncrvo IlcmMy. nothing. My thoughts were not with to internal medicine them, or with my military duty, but disorder theBtnm-ac- h revortod to tho llttlo company around or upset tho of system. Gcta right the wounded man. The bearingrou10 i no Beat oi uiu the dispatch to Arnold was mere tmtiMn. In b thort tine, Involving only steady riding, but time you will feci like a new man the relations existing between Claire, strength, or woman. It restores Grant, and Erlo Mortimer were full healthy renews vitality, gives a of mystery. There were connecting sleep, and appetite and natural moat links I could not understand ; no doubt makes life worth living. The reliable remedy in the world for bad tho girl been permitted 10 conall nervous afflictions. Prompt, clude her story I might fit It togethsure relief. Try it, note results. er, but as It was I was left gTopIng la Write for free booklet. Yet my mind tenathe darkness. Special Offer i ciously held to lta original theory as ho For a tWt tbne we will send to any to Eric's strange disappearance was one Interested a regular $1.00 bottle had been betrayed by Grant, and far X eeets to prove it worth. being held prisoner. Dut whoroT Dy MAYON SPINAL REMEDY CO. And for what purposoT whomt Cincinnati, Ohio this problem as my Dopt D. I pondered on fnrward throilfth the ..... nin.irhn.l dust, my eyes unconsciously scanning Grant could not have Don't be deceived by to much talk the dark road. beknown that Colonel Mortimer waa about cheap shingles. We will sell ing taken home. His meotlng with tho you the some goods for less money acambulance party was altogether an and can furnish you a better shingle cident. Yet I' had no faith the man It you want It. C, M. Yates Shingle was out seeking Drltlsh stragglers, for Co. Ui he beta dispatched oa auca a sua WHY DO SHIPS CARRY ANCHORS V flN FAIR WEATHER? Why Should You Carry Insurance? gpeelsl Service, Slrl But You Are Net Assigned to My Commandl" d h;enry helm or PAFF HAWKINS u WONDERFUL NERVE rrlnlr rb . I went over the situation careruiiy, watching the effect of aiy words In the man's face. He sat at the table now, leaning forward eagerly. Ar nold had tho reputation of a gallant and my first reference to a young lady aroused him. "The name, please you mentioned no name." "Claire Mortimer, sir." "Ahl Ah I I remember her well. Danced with her myself. Now go on, sir; I can appreciate the tale better for my recollection of the fair heroine." I was not long at It, although he Interrupted mo occasionally by shrewd questioning. As I concluded he kept silent a moment looking at me from under his heavy brows. "It looks like rather a bUnd trail to me, major," he said kindly, "but I'm no spoil-spoIn such an affair. You might have the luck to stumble onto your party, and I'd take the chance myself It I were in your shoes. You wish to start at sunset!" "Yes, sir." "You need horses, rations and pistol ammunition for twelve men?" "Yes, sir." "Very well, major, the quartermasI a Blrarp Uot ter will attend these details. Go and Hiding ahead, boot to boot with' lie down. Washington may not apConroy, I thought out a plan for ac- prove, but 111 take the responsibility." tion, nnd flnnlly, in tho gray of the He extended bis hand across the morning, told him enough of the story table, and I felt the firm clasp ot bis to arouse his Interest Just before hand. sunrise we passed Klmhurst, the great white mansion appearing silent and CHAPTER XXIX. deserted. There was no baiting, although wo turned in tho saddle to I Run Across Eric look, and my eyes swept over the I slept three hours, the dead Bleep troopers trotting behind us. They were of sheer exhaustion, but felt refreshed a sturdy lot, their faces bronzed from and Btrong when roughly aroused. Beexposure, their uniforms stained and fore sunset I was across the river, where I found my little squad of dra"Regulars T" I asked, nodding back goons prepared for their night's adacross my shoulder. venture. Arnold bad kept his word, "Not a man but haa seen two years' the fresh horses being fine anlsialB, Brv!ce," bo replied proudly. "Ham- the ammunition In excess of oar ilton knows tbo troop, and he picked needs. Conroy was enthusiastic, and us out" somewhat loquacious, but I cut his "I may need them for a bit of conversation oft rather stkarply, and work." ordered the men Into their saddles. "They'll do It, sir, never fear." With brain clarified by sleep I real"Good, sergeant; we'll rldo hard. ized the importance of the work beand trust to getting fresh horses In fore us, and how imperfect my plana Philadelphia. Ill tell Arnold the story.) were. I could merely ride forth to When o arrive thero have your men Klmhurst hoping to pick np some get all tho sleep they can. I'll attend clew to aid me. As we rode rapidly to rations and ammunition. You are along the deserted raid leading to simply to have the men rested and Farrell's I reviewed over and over ready. Cannot we make better timoT again every remembered detail, only The horses seem In good condition." to conclude that I must get hands on We passed swiftly over 'the level, Grant and by threats, or any other country, meeting a few stragglers, but available means, compel him to conpaying them small attention. Dy two fess hla part In the villainy. Dusk o'clock wo were on the banks ot tbo settled about us, succeeded by night Delaware, and a half-hou-r later, I as we pressed steadily forward, the swung down stiffly from the saddle In men riding silently, the only sound front of Arnold's headquarters on the thud of hoofs, and the Blight Jingle q accoutrements. High street As we passed the He was an officer I never greatly Mack walls ot Farrel'a Bhop, I reliked, with his snapping eyee and ar-- ' called the papers found In Grant's rogant manner, but be was courteous coat and the reference In Fagin'B note enough on this occasion, questioning to a rendezvous at Lone Tree. Probme after reading the dispatch, and et-- ( ably that was tho spot where the two had been accustomed to meeting. If fertng me a glass of wine. "You look tired, major, and must true In the past why not now as well? rest before you start back. I shall Suddenly It occurred to me that It j was at a place called Lone Tree that have my report ready by sundown." "General Arnold," I sald.Btandlng the minute men had gathered for their respectfully bat In hand, "I have a fa-- 1 attack on Delavan's wagon train. Tor to ask that you will send your: Could this, by any possibility, be the report by some other messenger, and same spot? I drew my horse back give me a detail for special service." beside Conroy. "Ever beard of a place called Lone He looked up Ip surprise. "Special service, slrl Dut you are Treer I asked qnieUy. He rubbed his head thoughtfully. not assigned to my command." "Not Just about here, sir. We "That Is true, general," I Insisted, "but the conditions warrant the un- camped over east of there once, maybe a year ago, down In a hollow where usual application." there was one big tree standla' all "What service Is contemplated?' tree, sir, "An attempt to kill or capture, lied alone, kind .of an and seems to me, the guide said the Fagln, and release a scout whom 1 place waa called something like that 'believe he holds prisoner." Bay, Tom," to the nearest dragoon, "You hope to accomplish all this "do you remember that Lone Tree alonef where we camped whea we were out "With th assistance of the sergeant hunting Tarletont" and ten dragoons who came here with "Sure; In east Medford. There was me. Thoy are In camp now on the a farmhouse across on the side of a Jersey shore." hill. I got some buttermilk there." He walked across the room, stared "Wasn't that what the guide called out of the window, and then again the place Lone TreeT" mo. faced "Derned If I know, sergeant Don't "Dy Gad, sir, this Is a most extraorrecolleot heart n' the guide say any-thi- n' dinary request Damme, I'd like to bout that hot tho woman at the get bold ot Fagln all right, but I need house told me her place was called to know more of your plan, and the Lone Tree cottage eo I reckon he reason you have for asking such a alght" detail. It looks foolhardy to my This was a chance worth trying. mind." "We will take the first turn to the left and have a look at the place," I said. "Conroy, you and Tom ride ahead, and keep your eyes open." We reached the hollow where the I am exclusive agent for J big tree stood, about midnight but found little reward. The house on the hill had been burned to the & ground. Near tho tree, however, we discovered evidence of recent camp fires, ono not yet cold, and apparently there had been quite a body ot men camped there lately. Conroy manuBEST IN COUNTRY factured a torch, and scouted about, Fine line of Fishing Tackle. finally reporting: how many "I don't know were here, Remember me when in need of Blr, altogether, bnt there was a lot o' hones picketed over sear tho creek. these goods. sion he would nave ad a least a1 squad of soldiers with Mm. Then what? The probability was that be was either riding to Klmhurst, or to eosae rem oozvoub with Fagln. Some plan had been interrupted by Clinton's sadden march, by the DrlUsh defeat at Mob- - t mouth, and Irani was risking Ma commission, braving the charge ef de-- i eertlon, for some private purpose. This might be love of Clairo, revenge ' upon Eric, or possibly both combined. I The latter would seem most probable. He would uso Erlo In Bomo way to threaten tho sister to compel her to J eacrlfloo Herself. She was of a nature J to do this, as was already abundantly proved by her assumption ot male attire to save Erlo's reputation. My own responsibility loomed large as I reached this conclusion, and remembered her appeal for help. She, also, must suspect the truth, and had turned to mo as the only one capable of unraveling the myBtery, She trusted me, loved me, I now believed end, under God, I would prove worthy of ber faith. With teeth clinched In sudden determination I raugbt up with my little, sqund of plodding horsemen, and, with word of command, hurried them Into) rt dust-coveredee-pora- te odd-lookl- Notice W. O. W. ; J". O. STT7BBS This is to notify members of Elm La CUd Building, over Brevard Store Camp No. J, W. O. W., that your ' Phone No. 51 dues may be paid to T. C. Bonduranl or al the St. Louis Furnishing Co. to T. A. Stark or H. C. Barrett. Regular meetings on Wednesday ANNOUNCEMENTS. night of each week. YOU are urged We are authorlseel to announce to be present. Judge AJJem Berkley, ef Padaeah, H. McMULLIN, C. C. McCrackea county, Ky., as a candiT. C. BONDURANT, Clerk date to represent the First congressional district of Kentucky In the low er branch of the United States congress, subject to the aetloa of he I reckon the last of them didn't leave democratic party. until dark tonight an' they rode north toward the main road, There waa Wo are authorised te anaeaaee maybe a dozen In that party." Denny P. Smith, of Cadis, Trigg eoaa We followed tho general direction ty, Ky., a a candidate to represent tho fellows seemed to Lave taken, Conroy and I on foot scanning the the First Congressional Dlstrlet of trail-baid of a pine knot The dust Kentucky la the tower branch of the lay thick on the clay road through United State Congress, subject to the cut where we had charged the the action of the Demoeratle party. foragers, and It was easy to see the We are authorised te announce band had turned east Thero waa but one conclusion possible; If this was Jake Corbett, of Wlekltffe, Ballard Fagin's gang of cutthroats, as I sus- county, Ky., as a candidate to reprepected, then they wero either return- sent the First Congressional Dlstrlet ing to their Band caves In Monmouth ot Kentucky la the lower branch of county after a raid, or else were start-ln- the United 'States Congress, subject forth on some new project near to the aetloa of the Democratic party. at hand. Whichever was true. lay In the dlrecUon taken. Determined to learn the truth, we One Possible Benefit pressed forward, riding rapidly, yet Tebbles says he is thinking of rua exercising the precaution of keeping two scouts well In advance. It must alng for congreBs." "Just so." "De have been nearly three o'clock when you think that would be advisabler we reached the summit of the low hill "Well, the exercise might do hla within a few hundred yards of the food." Birmingham house, and found the two scouta y g 1 i Elm-hur- Age-Heral- d. Longfellow Married His Heroine. Longfellow was one of America's writers who married a heroine of his Continued Next Week. story. His second wife was the heroine of "Hyperion." The tragedy Man Coughs and Breaks Ribs. ef his life happened whea she was After a frightful coughing spell a burned to death In 1S6L man In Nee nan, Wis., felt terrible pains In hla side and his doctor found resiFOR SALS: Nice tour-rootwo ribs had been broken. 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Phone No. 74: Ask about our coupon system if you want to save money. Matheny & Plant ... fcffErijV Two Weeks Two Weeks NAIFEH BROS. CUT PRICE SALE" Saturday, June 29th Saturday, July 13th IS THE FIRST DAY, AND THE LAST DAY This will be the greatest Cut Price Sale we have ever had, on accouut of the bad Spring business, and we are in need of money. We will offer you everything in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Groceries, in both our stores, at very low prices. You can buy seasonable goods as low as 50c on the dollar, for cash only. We mention below a few of the many things which we will put on sale during these two weeks. Goods must go at prices which were never so cheap before. Don't miss this opportunity come and get your share of the many bargains. DRY GOODS goods a"d 7c Bleach NOTIONS, Etc. Domestic 5c 9c 5c One lot wide Embroidery worth 10c 20c cut price sale One lot wide Embroidery worth Lawn 10c fancy and white 72c 5c 10c 10c, cut price sale 15c, 20c and 25c Lawn 29c Flouncing 4c 60c 6c Calico, cut price sale 39c 7c Best Calico cut price sale. .474c 75cLadles Muslin Skirt 98 15c 1.75 Ladles Muslin Skirt 20c Brown Linen.. 1.48 19c 2.50 Ladies Muslin Skirt 25c White Dress Linen 39c 65c Ladles Muslin Drawers 29c 50c White Dress Linen 75c Ladles Gown, cut price sale. 48c 35c tan, brown, green and gray 93c 1.50 Ladles Gown 22c Linen, cut price sale. 29c 75c Ladles Petticoat black only.. 48c 60c Silk, all colors 1.25 Black Taffeta Silk guaranted 95c 1.50 Ladles Petticoat black only. 98c 2.25 Ladles Petticoat black only 1.48 1.00 and 1.25 Wool Dress Goods 75c 39c 5.00 Ladles Guaranteed Silk . 2.98 65c Wool Dress Goods 75c Wool Dress Goods 48c 10.00 Ladlss Voile Dress Skirt. 5.98 29c 750 Ladles Voile Dress Skirt. .4.98 50c Wool Dress Goods 2.93 25c all wool Flannel all colors.. 19c 5.00 all wool Dress Skirt 4.00 Ladles all wool Dress Skirt 2.48 10c Hope Bleach Domestic. .. .8 7c Brown Domestic 52c. 2.50 Ladis Linen Dress Skirt In 1.48 tan, white and blue 8c Hoosler Brown Dometslc. . .fiftc 9c Bleach Domestic 7c 15.00 Ladles Suit to close out. .7.50 h everything In wash dress goods must be sold. A great raving opportunity. Be sure and look this line up. 7YzO Fancy Lawn, cut price sale.. 4c summer Hair pins, per box 3c 35c Mens Half 3e 25c Mens Hair 2c 15c Hose.. 23c 19c 25c guaranteed feather bed tick.. 19c 5c Dress 5c 5c 22e bed Ticking Pins., Hose,.... Hoc Paperr of Needles Paper Safety Pins Buttons Mens Haf Hose Linen 10c Jc 10c Mens Half e? 5c dozen Pearl 200-yar- d 3c 25c Towel.. ......19c ....22c 10c 4 Spool Cotton Thread.. 2fcc 35c Llnr Towel 10c Comb, tin back .....8c 15c Towell Yew j V? 1 fEjgi flBBBBflS I 25c Back Comb 1 .'...1c4 ..22c 89c 10c Towel Misses 8c IFjkS-t- . 35c Back Comb 75c 40c Short Corset..., ..15c 19c BBBBBJfiBAsaHflB'VBBBa'E5BjBHlB"jBjBSS2C Ladles Umbrellas.... Umbrellas 48c 25c Oil Cloth 75c Linen Table Cloth 35c Linen Table Cloth 2.50 1.75 1.25 Ladles 4c 25c 1.48 2.00 Ladles Umbrellas SSBBaB AJ I ...149 2.98 25c 39c 1LiBY 6.00 Ladles Silk Umbrellas 50c Ladles Short Klmonas 75c Lace Curtain 3.yard Ladles Short Klmona 1.50 Bed Lace Curtain. Quilt .... .B8c SSc 1.39 50c Ladles Silk Hose ....25c 19c 9c 7c 2.00 Bed Quilt 25c Ladles Hose 1.00 Mosquito Bar ready to use. ,75c 65c Mosquito Bar 5000 50c im.r' Y- - 11 u.iii Mill. L torn 1 Y!l!5j . 15c Ladles Hose 10c Ladles Hose yards Canvas per yarrd ..3c Shoes and Oxfords 2.98 6.00 Stacy Adams Oxford 6.00 and 7.00 Stacv.Aoams Shoes 3.98 fU.oes and Oxfordrs..3.98 Vens" Shoes and Oxfords.. 3.48 4i0 Mens Shoes and Oxfords.. 2.98 3.50 Mens Shoes and Oxfords. .2.48 1.98 2.75 Men and Boys Shoes 2.00 Mens and Boys Shoes and 1.48 Oxfords 1.50 Mens and Boys heavy shoes.. 98c 3.00 and 3.50 Ladles Shoes and 2.48 Oxfords cut price sale 2.50 Ladles Shoes and Oxfords. .1.98 2.00 Ladles Shoes and Oxfords.. 1.48 2.00 Ladles, white, brown and 1.39 black Oxfords 1.50 Ladles Shoes and Oxforrds 98c odds and ends 2.25 Mlsges Oxfords pa. and tan. 1.48 98c 1.50 Misses Oxfords 5.00 Mens 4.50 Clothing-- , Clothing: 20.00 Men's Suit Shirts, Etc. 1.00 Ladies Waists Ladls Shirt Waist . Ladls Shirt Waist .. 2.00 Ladls Shirt Waist 2.50 Ladls Shirt Waist Ribbons and Laces at Half Price. 1.50 48c 79c Wc 1.48 cut price sale. .11.93 9.98 17.50 Mens Suit, fancy and blue 35c Mens Shirt and Underwear, ,22c 50c and 65c Mens Dress Shirts Serge, cut price sale 6.98 12.50 Mens Suit 10.00 Mens Suit, odds and ends. 4.98 7.50 Mens Suit odds and ends.. 2.98 1.48 5.00 Mens Coat and Vest 7.50 Boys Suit 5.00 Boys Suit 3.50 Boys Suit 2.C0 SL t and elastic seam Drawers. .39c 48c 75c Mens Dress Shirts 1.00 and 1.25 Mens Dress 10c Ladles Vest 15c Shirts.. 88c 70 10c Ladles Vest Groceries You can buy groceries Good Good 5.00 4.00 3.00 cut price sale.... 4.98 cut price sale.... 3.48 cut price ale.... 1.98 Boyss Suit cut price sale.. 1.48 Mens Pants fancy and serge.3.48 Mens Pants fancy and serge.2.98 1.98 Mens Pants Hats 5.00 3.50 3.00 at low prices Patent Flour, sack. .70 and 75c Bacon during this sae....13c Sttetson Hats cut price sale Mens stiff and soft black 3.39 2.48 1.98 1.48 98c 10c 2.00 and 2.50 Mens Pants.... ..148 98c 1.50 and 1.75 Mens Pants 1.00 unlonmade Overalls and 00c Jumper cut price sale 1.00 and 1.25 Cotton 50c Cotton Pants... Pants.. ...,90c 39c and fancy Hat Mens Hat, all colors 2.50 Mens and Boys Hat 1.75 Mens and Boys Hats 15c Straw Hat 35c Straw Hat 25c Pure Hog Lard . .12&C Canned goods of all kind can Corn 7c can Hominy ,....7c can Tomatoes...... ..11 package ground Coffee.. 20c package ground Coffee.. 10c Good rroasted Coffee 25c 17 pounds Granulated Sugar. ...IjOO Oats and Wheat Bran for horse feed at low prices. 'c Everything in our city store and our West Hickman store will be sold at very low prices at this sale. It is the greatest sacrifice of reliable merchandise wc have ever inaugurated. Prices cut so low that we will do the greatest business that we have ever done. Two weeks only, peginning Satnrday, June 29th, and continuing every day until July 3th. Everything guaranteed as advertised and as represented by our salesmen, or money refunded. Cash only, we will not charge anything to anyone. Store will be closed Friday and Saturday. Salespeople wanted, apply at store. 1 . NAIFEH BROS., Hickman, Ky. NAIFEH BROS. Next. to CowgHPs Drug Store A NAIFEH BROS. West Hickman tm n " I "J1"1 -- rj" NVT"' MMyHMHUMMMT . r - ;;:v SB HE TAFTVICTORY How He Was Renom inated for the Presidency in Chicago. COLONEL ROLLED FLAT Ropsevolt's Progressives Woro Beaton at All Points From tho, Start WCIDENTS OF THE BIG SHOW Governor Hadlsy of Missouri tht Star Performer en the Losing Bld Chairman Roet'e Masterly Handling ef the Oavel Furore Created by Prstty Boemar for T. R. "Sunny Jim" Sherman Captures Second Plaee Again Almost Without Op. petition, I For President William Howard Taft. For t. James Schoolcraft Sherman. Chicago. William Howard Taft Main beads tho Republlcaf ticket for prealdant. "j James Schoolcraft Bherit Is tain the party's nominee for Mr. Taft waa nominated on tho first ballot at I0 Saturday night receiving SSI votes, or 21 wore tban a majority of the votes In the convention. Mr. Sherman was the only man Ucd In nomination for second place, and h repaired (97 votes. The real woro scattering or not cast. Flattened out completely by what his advocates denominated the steam Col. Theodore roller, Itoosevelt'a andldacy waa abandoned by that gentleman himself, and a few hours the balloting oa nominations he sent to. the convention ball request that his delegates should retrain from voting on any other tu est Ions whatever. This request waa obeyed by 344 delegates, who responded "present but not voting." Of the others, 107 cast their votes far Roosevelt because thoy felt brand to follow the Instructions of their constltuenta. The vote of the convention on la shown In the subjoined table: vice-presid- ent Vn most prominently. That 62 of its delegates voted for tho colonel was due to state political conditions. Pennsylvania created a diversion by casting two votos for Justice Hughes. In tho mlx-uSenator Cummins grabbed off sevon unexpected votes -from Idaho. And La Follotte also benefited by the conditions. Rotting five of South Dakota's votes. In addition to his 26 from Wisconsin and 10 from North Dakota. Enthusiasm Is Rather Mild. If the truth must be told, tho victory of President Taft did not create any wild enthusiasm In tho Collsoum. Of course, there was n lot of cheering, and a banner bearing tho picture of tho winner was carried through the aisles, but no one followed It, and the tired spoctatora at once began to make their way out of the hnll Even the delegates could not bo kept In their seats for the vote on "Sunny Jim." The reading clerks Jumped about llko crazy men trying to catch the voto In the midst of the din, and nobody cared very much whether or not they succeeded. This purges tho party of a most disturbing element," said the Taft men, soberly. "This Is the death of the good old Hcpublloan party. Now for a now party a party of progress," said the defeated friends of Colonel Theodore Itoosevelt. Such Democrats as were present said tittle, but looked Joyful. Taft Forces Win Every Point. From tho day when the natldnal committer met to begin the bearing of contests, the Itoosevelt forces never won a point of any moment With all the machinery In their control, the Taft men did not lot go of anything that could endanger tbelr causo in the IcasL An instance of their clever work waa the way in which tho report of tho committee on credentials was submitted to the convention, it came In to the ball piecemeal, a stato or a dlatrict at a time. This enabled Chairman Hoot to make the eminently fair ruling that the delegates whose seats were Involved in erfch fragment of the report should not vote on Its adoption. It sound ed good, but It was perfectly safe. On only one of these reports waa the Taft majority reduced to a perilous point That was the California case, considered one of the strongest brought up by the Itoosevelt men, and the Taft vote waa C42, Just two over a majority. On most of tho reports tho Roosevelt leaders did not demand a roll call First would como tho committee report Then a minority rejort with a motion to substitute It Next Chairman Root would turn to Jim Wataon of Indiana, who would rise and movu to lay tho minority motion on the table. "Aye" would voto the Taft men, stolidly. "No o " would como the long drawn out and loud response of tho colonel's delegates And to the tooting of "steam roller" whistles and tho Jeering laughter of the Roosovelt men would como the chairman's high pitched "Tho ayes serin to have It; tho aye have It." Even Senator Root Smiled. Kven Senator Hoot himself could not always keep a straight faco as this process went on. Once a colored when the Massachusetts delegation was being polled. Tho 18 Itoosevelt delegates refused to vote, and Chairman Root ruled that their alternates should be called. This raised a fine row and Mr. Root received all that comes to an unpopular umpire In a ball game, except the pop bottles. He stuck to his decision, as every umpire must do, and the row gradually subsided. Putting Them In Nomlnstlon. Having given up the fight, Colonel Roosevelt was not put in nomination. But Ohio responded nobly for Pro Taft with an eloquent speech by Warren (1, Harding of Marion. Mr. Harding is a large man with a large voice, and he kept the crowd cheering by safe references to the Grand Old Party nqd its achievements. Several times he drifted into eulogistic passages concerning Mr. Taft, but tho Roosevelt army didn't like these and made its dislike known so noisily that Chairman Root had to make ono of his rapid advances to Outside the Coliseum. tho front with cutting rebuke for the discourtesy shorn tho speaker. Coming alt the way from Europe o second tho nomination of his friend, Mr. Tnft, John Wanamaker ilfllvorod an addrefld that doubtless a a?, very excellent. But only those to him could hoar his words. 'He may bo a fine merchant but no's o speaker," said Policeman Rafferty. "Why didn't be stay In Europe?" Tbero was considerable surprise at the silence, of Iowa, In view of the hopoful talk of the Cummins shouters before the last session. But Wisconsin made up for this loss by sending Michael B. Olbrlch, the boy orator of Madison, to the platform. Mr. Olbrlch never entered an oratorical contest without emerging with the first prize, and at tho Coliseum he endeavored to live up to this reputation. With mighty volco and gesture, he told the delegates all about the long and fight which had been made for progressive policies in government by a son of the Badger stato. He callod forth tho reped applause of the Wisconsin and North Dakota delegates and the shrill screams of approval of a young woman in the, east gallery who continually pounded the bald bead of a gentleman in front of her with a small flag. But that scorned to be tho full measure of the results accomplished by Mr. Olbrlch. He spoke for an unconscionably long tlmo, and at last in response to repeated demands to "name your man" be sprung on tho astonished audlonce the name of Robert Marlon La Follette. Up leaped the Wisconsin 26 and, assisted by a fow scattered knots of ahoutors, they managed to mako a tremendous amount of noise for so But then the young fow people. woman In tho gallery helped immensely. During Mr. Olbrlch's speech two men mad their way along the girders of tho roof and let down a banner with Taft' picture upon It, so that the worthy presldont was staring tho young orator In tho face. Tho entire this discourtesy gathering loudly, but Cnalrman Root didn't mind nearly so much as he did tbe action of sbrao Roosevolt men who, earlier In tho day, flung from tho north gallery a placard reciting his opinion of the Penroso machlno In Pennsylvania. Tho latter manifesto was quickly removed by virtuously Indignant police- pre-We- minutes late in pounding out with his gavol tho announcement that tho show was about to begin. Tho Omaha man looked pitifully amnll and weak, and could not make himself heard ten feet away from tho platform. For fifteen minutes confusion reigned, and the chairman was unable to quell it. A little later, when tbe Roosevelt adherents woro making their first fight by seeking to substitute their own temporary roll for that prepared by the national committee, Mr. Rosewater piped feebly until some one shouted, "Speak up, Uttlo boy." Then he succumbed to the roar of laughter and lot a clerk read his rulings. It was no easy Job keeping tbo great crowd In order, for while tho dele gates themselves wero mostly grim and tense, apparently Imbued with tho idea that they wore "making history," there were numerous skillfully placed claques in the galleries which Interrupted tbo speakers at frequent intervals. Hadley Commands Respect. Ono man there was who was not subject to ribald interruptions and Jeers. That was Governor Hodiey of Missouri, the Roosevelt field captain. Whenever be arose he was accorded respectful attention and often hearty applause, for even his political enemies couldn't think up weak spots In his record with which to taunt him. "Bill" Flinn, another Roosevelt fighter, was not so fortunate, but ho seemed to like the storm that raged about him and did not glvo an inch until squelched by tbe gavel. Senator Bradley of Kentucky, too, carao In for a share of "boos" and hisses and was stirred to rage by many allusions to tbe fact that he had voted in favor of Lo rimer. "Heinle" Cochems In Action. Tbo little flurry In the Wisconsin delegation, caused by Mr. Houser's aa. sertion that the delegation would not support Governor McGovern for temporary chairman, gave "Heinle" Cbch-em- s a chance to show somo of the spirit which used to take him through an opposing football eleven. Coch ems had placed McGovern In nomination, and all bad gone swimmingly until Houser got up and protested that La Follette would not enter Into any combination with any other candidate, and therefore the Wisconsin delegates should not support the Badger governor, who was the cbolco of tho Roosevelt forces. Up Jumped "Helaje" and, being given two minutes, explained that tbe Wisconsin delegation in caucus had split on the question, but that he, as an individual La Follette delegate, had presented McGovern's name. "But," shouted Cochems, squaring his Jaw, "I dare any progressive delegate from Wisconsin to vote for Root." And he made good, for when the ballot was taken thirteen Badgers voted for the governor and tbe other thirteen split up tbelr votes among North Dakota men and Mr. Houser Howls for Heney. For stirring up a tempest, Francis J. Heney was unequalled by any otbor man in the convention. He fought hard against the seating of the two Taft delegates from the Fourth district of California, and was howled at tby the Taftlte galleries. He bobbed up on various other occasions, notably in a long speech seconding the nomination of McGovern, and waa howled, i ,. Alabama , Arltom . Arkanaaa California .., ,,., Colorado Connecticut .,..,.,.. DaUwara Florida Sesrgla Idaho WHnole v... Indiana , lewa ,, Kanoaa Kentucky ., Louisiana Maine Maryland Maafschuaatts ...... ,. Michigan Mlnntaota tales. Ts't. 2 IT Room- Not HIU voting. 2 12 14 12 29 1 ..,..,,... ...,. f ., .. .. .. , V 1 34 .. ., ., 1 vv !5L ?fv ,i M ...., ...,..,..., 2 20 1S 24 2 ., ., .. 2 1 IS ,. .. 7 20 1 .. .. ... .. ., .. ., 20 20 17 1 1 24 MlMlMlBpl .. Montana I X 14 Ntfcraaka 4 Nevada .. New Hampshire. .... 8 2 , tS New Jereay 1 7 New Mexico 7 Now York., 1 1 22 North Carolina.,,. .. . .. North Dakota....... ".. S4 . 14 Ohio 1 15 4 Oklahoma ,. 2 Oregon SI 2 Panneylvanla t 10 Hhode Island. .. 2 1 ..B South Carolina .. .. outh Dakota, 1 23 .. Tennooaao s . 21 Texae , . Utah 6 2 Vermont 2 Virginia .. 22 .. .. 14 Wuh Inaton IS Wait Virginia .. .. Wtaoonaln . Wyoming s ., .. , 2 Alaska ., .. Dlalrlct of Columbia. 3 .. S .. Hawaii .. Philippine lalanda... .. 2 .. .. 2 Porto Rice..., ,,.,, "Ho ."Tel 107 Totaia Hughes, 2. La Follette. 41. Cummlna, 17. Roosevelt Men Quit the Plght The story or the last day of the convention la one of much disorder, quarrels on tho flour, sporadlo bursts of enthusiasm, and, during part of the long session, swift work by the Mltaeurf ........... IS 30 J .....,...,,... .....,,., .,,,.,, ....... ......,...,.,.. ....,,,,,,,,. ,....,,.,. ...,.,, ........... well-oile- d I t Taft machine. Making tbelr last futile fight on the seating of the contested Taft delegates from Washington and Texas, the Itoosevelt dolo-gates voted against tho platform sub mitted by the committee on resolutions and then devoted themselves to rather riotous behavior, laughter at the Taft speakers and even at Chair man Root, and vigorous refusal to rote. The colonel's advice to his forces was read to the convention by Henry J. Allen of Kansas and Included n bitter denunciation of the actions of the majority. It waa hooted by the Taftttas, but as tb.it table shows, It was effective In most Instances. Among the states that disregarded Roosevelt's request, Illinois stood out Rosewater Opens Convention. delegate from Mississippi rose to a point of order asserting that tho steam roller was exceeding the speed limit. "Point of order sustained," said the chair, "but I will explain that we aro g moving swiftly in the hope of for Sunday" home As tho rest of the show was little but a formality, tho crowd was mighty glad to recolvo this assurDut ance of an early adjournment ;ho thousands of spectators stuck manfully and womanfullj through tho long nominating specohes and tho balloting on tho head of the ticket. For the spectatora there was always the hope of somo exciting or spectacular Incident Now and then something really did happen, and cvory ono Jumped to his feet, aa when a tire bursts In an automobile race. "Riot and Bloodshed." Once there was a sudden commotion In the back of tho section whero tho delegates were seated. All hopped up and howled, without knowing what lieuIt was all about. Then a police tenant cam past the press seals and announced: "Jack Johnson of North In Dakota hit a Mississippi delegate Vermont " A few minutes later there appeared In the hall a nows sheet announcing in big headlines: "Riot in " 0 O. P Bloodshed Another bit of excitement como got-tin- Boomers In Congress Hotel. But always Mr. Heney merely grinned and held his ground,, and waited forkho tempest to subside. He took some very vicious men. pokes at bis adversaries in the Taft Incidentally, Mr. La Follette took an ranks, likening A. E. Stevenson of awful chanco Saturday afternoon. He Colorado to .be Ruef, whom ho sent to Chicago and had read to tho helpod to send to the penitentiary, to the effect and speaking rather unkindly of Senconvention a statement that ho did not approve the platform, ator Boles Ponrose and other "bosses." and if he were nominated for presi- More hoots and Jeers. dent, be would not bind himself to Finally Sergeant-at-Arm- s Stone anmake the race standing upon all tho nounced, on behalf of Chairman Rose-wate-r, planks selocted by tho committer that those who treated tho But Mr. La Follette waa not nominat- speaker with disrespect would bo put ed. out of the building. Considering all Thuraday and Friday were not very tho things Mr. Heney said to and interesting days In the convention about Mr. Rosewater and his faction hall. On those days the work was be- of the nntlonal committee In the preing done In committee rooms and ho- liminaries to tho convention, this was tel conferences. Each night some rad- taken rathor kindly of tho little man ical plan would be fixed up and the from Omaha. next day It would be abandoned. Police Intermittently Active. First it was a bolt of all tho RooseChicago supplied a small army of velt delegates. Then It waa a double policemen to nsslst In keeping order convention. And again it was a pol- and handling tbo crowd, and they did There their duty nobly, by fits and starts. icy of silent was no bolt; there waa only one con-tlo- Dosplte all precautions, tho doorkeepthere was nothing that even re- ers let In hordes of their friends, who motely resomblcd silence except the blocked up the aisles. At Intervals refusal to vote on the final ballots by some commanding officer would open tbe colonel's stanchest adherents. his eyes, and there would bo a sudRosewater Prompt, But den clearing out of the passage ways, Victor Rosewater, who aa chairman accompanied by violent pushlngs and of the national committee called the indignant protests. Somo of these Inconvention to order, waa oniy throe truders wore fake badges, which at again and again. The second day did not get the convention much farther on lta way to nominations and adjournment The fighting waa continued, but the results wera not aunh oa In rimllv Inanlra tilth. er the Taft or the Roosevelt forces . . a i v wavy ww ni, wiiiiui California's two wotrian delegates Mra. Floreno 0 Porter of Lo Angeles and Mrs. Isabella W. Blaney of Saratoga cast the first national Wild Demonstration for Hadley, votes ever given to members Hadley was tho man of the eecond of their sex by any great political day'a session Hadley of Missouri. He party; They went with tbe progret-sirehad stepped forward to apeak in supvoting for McGovern, and as port of Governor Deneen's motion each rose to her feet to announce her which was designed to prevent tho 78 choice she was chered by the delecontested delegates voting on tbelr gates and the audience. own cases, but before he could utter a Mrs. Porter was the first to vote. word pandemonium broke loose. In a She spoke out loudly, and her voice moment every Roosevelt delegate was could be heard distinctly on the roson his feet shouting "Hadley, Hadley," trum. Mra. Blaaey's answer waa not and even the Taft cohorts could not o distinct, when her name was called, keep their seats. Then the enthusiasts but the clerks managed to catch Mc began to pull up their state standards Govern's name. and march with them, while the gallerTbe cheering for tbe two women was ies leaped to their feet, waving hats not confined to any one section of the great hall. The McGovern men yelled the loudest, perhaps, because it was their candidate who got the women's Totes, but the Taft people cheered also, out of courtesy, apparently. As for the audience. It was the novelty of tho thing that won. their enthusiasm. 1 "I did not mind it at all," said Mrs. Porter. "In fact I enjoyed the experience. I was the first woman who IVwfriaawMjSmBS'' fEf'vr had ever done anything of the sort, and when I got up I felt a good deal like a Joan of Arc I waa making history for the woraea of America, though in a slightly different way than Joan made it for France." I "O." said Mrs. Blaney, "I Just vot. I ed, that's all. Really, I can't recall how the experience affected me." 1L JaUsWfcfSalaMr ViW .? k M Flinn Threatened With EJeotlon. Just after the vote on the temporary chairmanship had been announced and Senator Root had taken th gavel the convention hail witnessed a disturbs ance. It was ended only after Sergeant-at-Arms Stone had sent word to William Flinn and the members of the Pennsylvania delegation that unless Looking from the Gallery. I thy ceased "insulting the chairman" and handkerchiefs and papers and he would have them ejected from the howling at the top of their voices. Cal- hall. ifornia's golden Teddy Bear led tbe Root had Just begun his speech with way, and New Jersey, Missouri and the phrase, "Believe that I appreciate North Carolina followed close behind. this expression of confldenoe," when West Virginia, Ohio and Oklahoma fell the whole Pennsylvania delegation ,ino line, and there waa a mighty roar broke into Jeers. aa "Bill" Flinn grabbed Pennsylvania's "You're a receiver of stolen gooda,-shout- ed standard and led his followers past the R, R, Quay. front of the speaker's stand. Minne"Mr. Root," demanded Flinn, "are sota and Maine now Joined the shout- you willing to take this tarnished ing procession, and people all over the election " ball began to say that if nominations At this moment he was interrupted were In order, it would be no trick at by another outburst of yells from the ail to put tbe governor of Missouri at Fennsylvanlans. Both Quay's and tho head of the ticket Flinn's words had been distinctly heard, however, by Root and all the Pretty Woman Inoreasta Furore. For a long time Governor Hadley delegates. Sergeant-at-Arms Stone came runstood smiling and helpless, with Jim Watson of Indiana by his side. Then ning down the platform, megaphone they sat down, hopeless of stilling the In hand. "Mr. Chief of Police," he shouted, tumult Just as the shouters began to get a bit weary, a pretty young addressing Assistant Chief Schuettler, .woman was spied In the front row of "if any person on this floor again in'the west gallery wildly waving a big sults the chairman of this convention portrait of Colonel Roosevelt and yell-tinat the top of her musical voice. She Mrs. William A. Davis of Chicago, and her efforts were rewarded by a renewal of tho uproar, which now changed to shouts of "We want Teddy." Certain of the colonel's publicity promoters, quick to selzo upon the incident, made their way into the gallery and led Mrs. Davis downstairs and to the speaker's stand. She waa boosted onto the platform, and, with tbe standards grouped in front of her, led the Roosevelt forces in a redoubled demonstration. Finally tho patience of Chairman Root and Sergeant at Arms Stone was exhausted, and the police were told to escort Mrs. Davis away with orders to resume her seat or leave the hall. She chose the former alternative. Colonel Roosevelt Pleased. During all tills uproar there were constant rumors that the demonstration hod been by the Roosevelt men, and that the colonel himself was on his way to the Coliseum. The latter part of this certainly was not true, for Colonel Roosovelt Marching Through the Aisles. sat in his hotel room receiving bulletins on the proceedings. When he I order you to eject him from the hall." heard that there was something in the Stone waa white with rage and glan nature of a stampede for Hadley, he ed at the Pennsylvanlana aa ho spofc said: "I am gkd of it" The latter then subsided into quieX. Senator Depow looked on with great Leave Hall as Root atarta. interest, and said he believed the demMr. Root bad scarcely begun his adonstration waa entirely spontaneous, dress before hundreds of spectators on and; that it looked as though Hadley tho floor and In the galleries began ta would be a third candidate. move out of the hall, noisily and hur The uproar lasted In all nearly an riedly. hour, and was decidedly diverting, but The senator suspended his speech did not accomplish anything. For when and requested Sergeant-at-ArmStone came to a roll call, the Taft forces to ask those who wished to it learo In tabled Doneen'a motion with a voto of go out at once. 664 to E10, thus showing an increased "As soon as to leave strength over the vote on temporary have gone the those desiringcontinue," senator will chairman of six votes. The entire del- shouted Stone through the megaphone, egation from Hawaii had shifted back and the spectatora began to crowd out to the Taft side. Mr. Root, acowllng, resumed his place More Threats of Ejection. "Fighting Bill" Flinn again ran foul at the table. Senator Root's voice """ "Ul " uou w7 uown me r.t..i..- - n..-.- . -- j -- .. ...- T.""r.' S "? "?" -- mm lu1"ar hall. As the senator sat there "Bill" iui imsoituou iu ejected Flinn, with a cigar stub In the corner from tbe hall If he did not show propof his mouth straw hat er respect for the speakers. Flinn sub- med down on and his climbed Jamhis head, over sided with evident reluctance. tho stago railing. He stepped up to While Thomas H. Devlne of Colo- Senator Root, shook hands, con- rado was arguing against the Deneen ferred with him for several and minutes, motion, W. H. Featherstone of the leaving Just as Root resumed speakTexas delegation kept yelling at him. ing. This aroused the ire of Senator Root When Mr. Root resumed the entire He walked to the front of the stage rear nnrt nt ihn flnnr nnri irnllnrv w again, I empty and thoso who remained to Gentlemen of the convention," said hear him crowded to the front and the he, "I don't know whether you want , .. .. m ... -.- n. ... ... n ,. . .&. nnl. uu .Ll ...nous gharpness ia k a ui.o of tho contrast I want to say to you subject, but Mr. Root continued his speech to ef (pointing to Featherstone) that dole- -' qnlet and attentive audlenco. Here! gate or no delegate, If you don't pro- - and there he elicited a ripple of apserve order the sergeant at arms will plause, particularly when he touched be directed to put you out" upon the trust prosecutions of tho1 Root was loudly applauded. Feather-- Taft administration. served until a suddenly eCJclent policeman dlacovered the trick and rushed tbe offenders to the door with a mighty roar. Of all the nuisances with which the police had to contend, the assistant sergeants-at-arm- s were the worst With nothing much to do, and no where to sit, these hangers on, num bering many hundreds, were in every one s way. Sometimes the exasperated "cops" hustled them like ordinary citizens, to tbe delight of seat-holder- stone insisted he wet sserely trying te correct mlsstateae'nts. wm. n....... V con-rentl- e, ' ll Li - '! L f I t : t g s rr !:" uB I u" A u,, ,. .Ui;. -- WisJi. jBhl- - X V TFL tfl wyf ueciara ion )Yh m m MY Li t "Bfcfc w mMM T m avVal i i '" 'iMfci. , r "f-aL,g- 7 mmffl mW aiy of Doubt PARRISH ' " ' ' - ECZEMA AFTER OF IKE SCALP REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. SUFFERING 80 YEARS SAXO SALVE BRINGS RELIEF. 20 yearn I suffered with dry of tho Rcalp during which "For ecu-m- a r 4. 'of Independence Nm. tvow sawa .v jsnmyif & vV VV Vfcm. 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C. Hale, ' "Merely That Tom Claire Mertlmsr," and Uftln the Hat, the Young Rider Waa Revealed aa My Lady. DIRECTORS: W. B. Ellison, J. A. Townsend, Wm. Shaw, John R. H. P. Johnson, T. A. Prather, Jr., J. L. Glover. See The Courier for Wedding Invitations v-- v'7V -- vAvj' jr haste. I aet your father onco; may I ask Iw his wound fat serious V "Serious, yea, but not mortal; b was shot In the right side whs akak-tofelL Uts horse was hit a' Hit mm time, and the animal's death etruggles nearly killed his rider. Tfcs sargeaa says he say be las fas life." I reaehed TAKE IT EASY :il Jast aa Instant's hesitation, be retwa ed tbe class warmly. "My father Is suffering teo aaea tot ae to ask that yew speak to blot. . Major Lawrence," he said a little "Perbapa later, at JClmhurat " "I understand perfectly," I Interrupt, ed. "I am wy glad to bare met you. We shall ride within a abort distance of ElmbursL Shall I Ie.ve word ther that you are comlngt" "Ob, no," qulokly, bis bene tsklns a step backward, aa though to a sud-- . dea tug of the rein. "That would b useless, as there la no one there." "Indeed I I thought possibly yeui all-ly- eat Bay haad, and wttb "I I represented aynelf as Rrle,' she stammered. "And waa it you also who rode lntc our line yesterday, telling of CUa ton's whereabout T" "Yea," hesltaUngly, ker eyea llftlni to my face. HUut you must listen to we, Majot Lawrence; you must ltarn why I did so unwomanly an act." - "First answer one question." "Gladly." "la there an Erie Mortlmerr "There is," sbe answered frankly; "my brother. It wa for bis sake ) did all this." A aoment I sat la aay saddle silently, our horses walking aide by aide through tbe aigbt, while I endoavored to grasp tbe meaning of her confession. I knew that abe waa riding her face turned away. "Go on," I said at last, "tell ae tbe whole story." "I will." firmly, ber bead uplifted. "1 waa tempted to do so at Wmhurst, but something seemed to seal my lips. There Is bow ae longer any excuse fer silence. I I wish you te know, and, then, perhaps, you aay feel aero kindly disposed toward ae." "Yonr father t aware" "No, net area father. He la scarce ly eoaecloue ef what la going on about bla. Peter knows, and Tonepak," with a ware of ber band Into the dark shadowa, "They are with yeu, tbea keeping guard over htaf "Yea; they hare knows from tbe beginning; not everything, of course, for that waa not necossary. Peter is aa eld servant, silent and trustworthy. He would noTcr quesUon an act of mine, while the Indian has reason to be grateful and loyal to me. What-ere- r Indiscretion, Major Lawrence, I may hare been guilty of, I bare gone by thee nowhere unaccompanied two. Yea wiU believe tnatr "Yea, aad whatever else yoa teH bare-bcado- about your ice if we are serving you. For there won't be any disappointments. We'll be around regularly to keep your refrigerator filled and your food from spoiling. Haven't ordered ice from us? Well, you oght to, and at once. We are supplying most of your neighbors. Why not you too. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Incorporated. 'L B JOHN DILLON. Jr.. Manager. -- J I i f i r ! " ! Be Careful We are installing a "DAY CIRCUIT," and our lines will carry 2300 volts of electricity twenty-fou- r hours per day. Telephone and Telegraph employees are specially warned to avoid contact with i P. ? r ml our system. W Jiickman Ice & Coal J. T. 11" rm mk- Co. DILLON, Manager) - well of own duty. "Then sir. Sergeant. w will trot on." The lad touched my sleevo, even ni I pricked my horse with the Bpur, asi I drew the rein taut In surprise "What is "Could you send your men forward, and ride with ae a moment? You could catch up with them easily within a mile or two. bare a word I wish to nay to you alone. The v. a was low, tremulous; tbi request one I saw no reason to refuse. "Why, certainly. Sergeant, taki your men down tbe road at an easy .trot. I will Join you presently." They went by us like shadows, lear Ing a cloud of dust behind. The boy spoke a brief word to thoie In charge of the carriage, and It also began to move slowly forward. "We will go ahead." he said, sultlns the action to the word. "What I wish to say will not take long." Within a mlnuto. rldlno- - iMa hv .m. our horses walking rapidly, we wer out or signt of the lumping shadow ol she ambulance. I glanced aside at my companion, noting the outline of his slondor, erect figure, wondering vaguely what bis message could bo. Had Claire spokon to him of meT Waa be going to tell me about his sister? Wo must have ridden a quarter of a mile before he broke the silence. "Major Lawrence," be bogac, and 1 noticed the face waa not turned toward me. "I am sure you are not deceived, although you act the part welL" "I hardly understand." "Ob, but I am aure yon do. I I oould not permit you to go away despising me." "But, my boy, this la a mystery" "Do you mean to insist you do not know have not recognised met" "I what can you meant" "Merely that I am Claire Mortimer," and lifting the hat, tbe young officer waa revealed in the dim light aa my lady. "Surely you knew?" "Out I did not," I insisted, earnest-ly- , recovering from my surprise, and leaning forward to look Into her faoe "Why should IT General Washington told me It waa Brio who came tor bit father. Why should I suspect (n tW darknessT" good-night, "That, sew, aaet aeceesarily be tbe entire story. Aa I proceed yoa wUl be convinced, I think, that esly a true conlldenoe la you would enable ae te speak with such frankneee. I I know ef no one else la vaecn I could eeoade, and and tbe Men haa cotne whea attst bare help the has eg a I should hare explained to friend. ay father Iad4 tntesdod to 4e but sew .he Is halpleas U aid There Is aa one else I feel able to trust I I you were la ay thought I I am not sure I did not Bister." eren pray for your coating, and and The lad shook his bead, glancing te then Ged seat you." ward tbe carriage. Tbe slight motion My band sought hers, aad held It made me think again of the wounded against ay horse's aaae. maa we were detaining, and remind"Tell it la your ewa way, dear," I ing me as my X a. ir II whispered. She flashed one glaaee into ay faoe, tearing her band la alne, while our horses took a dozen strides. "It will not take long," she began, la so low a rolce, that I leaned for ward to listen, "and yoa already know many of the characters and can Judge their aotlres. I hare been strangely situated since tbe commencement of this war, only, surely ours la not tbe only family divided la Ita loyalty. My father was a King's officer, and felt It bis duty to serve the crown. While he has said lttUe, yet I know that down la bis heart hia sympathies bare been with the Colonies. Thoee of my brothor were openly from tho start, and my father haa never attempted to Interfere with bis acUons. They talked it all over together, and Krio chose Only Alfred Grant his own course. made trouble, presuming oa what be termed our engagement, and endeavored to force ay brother to Join the King's troops. The two quarreled bitboy, terly, and Brio, a struck blm. Grant haa never forgiven d tlmo I hnd tried ovcry so called eczema remedy on the market without bcnoQU At last I saw Saxo Salve advertised and decided to try It and after using ono tube, for tho nrst time In 20 yearn I am free from that terrible Itching and scnly dandruff. I wish every ono Buffering from eczema or other akin troubles only know what a wondcrtul remedy Saxo Salve ia. T. K. Thompson, Ifopklusvllle, Ky. Saxo Salvo allays Uie frightful Itch-ln- g eczema, do and' burning of atroys tho gornis and heals tho skin. IocaUd bear northern extremYou cannot do better than to try It for eczDina, tetter, ringworm or any ity of the addlUoa. skin affection. Wo glvo back your monNo. 84. Kealdeaee of U rooms local ey If Saxo Salvo does Hot satisfy yoa. ed la heart vt buslaeM aeUlou. Flue Ilcltn k KtlUun, DruggUta, Hickman. location for buslneaa atau, isuou caah will awing No. SO. 12s0 acres cut over timber that blow, nor Kric'a tanueace ever ae. To the latter he attribute ay laud lu Caah river bottom; dou nut dlallke yet this was not true; It was overflow, flue tell and fbie body of becauso aa I grew older I realised the tuuJ. Would aake dandy farm theu 111 character of tho man." vk'au-d- . alio froa railroad; 1& Sho paused a moment, gathering the Uiliu from Jouusuero, Ark. Will tell threads of thought wore closely, I all or purt ef tract for half eaa ou did not ipeak, preferring ahe should loug llttio payauuu. Price pur acre tell the story in her own way. "The two did not meet after that 41S. Kaally worth $M wkeu cleared. for many months. The Queea'a No. 80. Farm of V) acres, J.u iu Rangers, In which regiment ay fa uuliltaUoa, ruat tlatbur. All hltu, thor secured Grant a comaleeloa, dry ooliotu mwtl, under wire leuat, were In New York, while Krle was stahouao, large baru, two tioned up tbe river with Morgan's hood wells, ntu&U orchard, soil dark iojm. riflemen. When New Jersey waa invaded, both commands came sewth, ram will produce fiae eoru, cotlun, and, Because of Krlc's knowledge of uuy, iruits, vie (Quarter wile 2 row this country, he waa detailed aa aceat. laiuoad alulluH. Price Hi lth term This reckles life waa greatly to bU a wauled. Near Juambore, Ark. liking; I saw him occasionally by .No. 87. Forty awe I ami, 30 acres usually at Klmhurst, and iu cuiutailuu, lu acres bviioui, (mi became aware that bis old quarrel aouxt, bam, with Captain Grant was seemingly for. uueu nJgw. Uood gotten. There appeared te be seate tout! wuur, ua 2 puwllo ruads, liuu understanding, some special ceaaee-tlo- n iul. fvvar aUteol and half aile lu between them. They aet oaoe, lantoad alauuti, b wiles Ilotu J0ho at least, and I dollvered eae note be- naiv. rtue trull aad poultry larut, tween them." uud uiru, ic. Pnoo "Perhaps I can explain that ktr," oij loiiou HmV au acre, leruia If wauU-U- . I Interrupted, "from something ack &uxl.o .No. Vu. Four UiU. tloned at Leo's headquarters. Oh, I wish you could, fer it 1, oukooUlovU gioundlugouuwtu "Youl their relationship has royatined ae; uvifcuu. imiad atu-ti- i lu trout, aik ou bout ndi, haa made me afraid something Bight ui uiiU aowir aiuauy In. be wrong with with Eric." or tuoru lou 10 auu pui "1 think not, dear; say rather with Mtil outi uiaavr. l&u property to tut uujut GranL" yuul rtrituuu tu) ucgiova uu so, then It aay prove tunaco Ciotkls, uo rviiJBcKi oui "ir that be the key to nil tbe mystery, What iusa Uiau tt.ubu. lieal rutiucu sc made their Intimacy so dIScult to ua uoa iu lltckmau, vilih ae city uiw derstand waa teat I knew the cap inu addiitou waa vpued tol year tain's dislike of Krlo had la ae way di and cttm uuw liuaaea bare goue up, He spoke of hla aa sav oinura wiil go up ihu sprtag. minished. agely aa ever." No. !2. Nloe ti reotu reMctico, al "Perhaps be played a part hla aJ-- tuoa new, let. WxlM. outuulldUigs. Ornate purpose revenge." city wa'er, iilc located la soulhcasi bs "It might be that yes, It tpkndld aelghbor-buothat, and and the coBsumaiatlaa at pari of loau la and closo lo Hickman College that revenge may account feral! which haa occurred. Hut I must go or with Placu wl'! bear clceu laapecUou. For (IC&u ou caa g4l a deed la Uiu what I had to tell." 1 bad forgotten the passage of Ume, prclly Utile boue. tbe men riding staadlty in advance, No. ai. Tho Dr. H. K PraUier constantly Increasing their distance home, located la eae ef Uo even the possible Importance of the l lUtaU-within my Jacket pocket. Th nulghborboedri In the cKy, IUt river view. House couUlua evident distress of the girl riding beside tne, whose tale. I felt sure, would sevon rooms, liy water, eUciric fully Justify ber strange masquerad llghu, oulbulldlugs, titc, wlUi lis. ,1a male.garments, her risk ef life and roomy lot. A very desirable place fur exposure to disgrace la midst ol a home for any buslaeaa wan. IVW fighting armies, held me neglectful ol will buy it; easy Urate. all olse. 1 rcnllzod that, whatever the cause, I had unconsciously become a For further information, apply at part of Its development, and that I tho Courier office. waa destined now to be evea more deeply Involved. Whatever the mystery, 1 must aolvo It for her sake. My hand again sought hers, holding It In e firm clasp. There waa a sound hoofs on the dusty road behind u. 9 "It Is Poter," ehe whispered. "What can have happened I" The rider barely paused, turning bis horse's head oven as ho spoke hastily. -AT "Captain Grant Is with the ambulance, Mistress Claire," he reported. "He came up alone about Ave minutes ago." jc-tle- a. No. 80. One let 76x160 la Southern Heights, with privilege of additional ground If wanted. Small barn en lot. Walka, light aad water at front of property. No. 81. Two realdencea on lot 100 by 180, One house, one house. Leeated on Trey avenue. Well Improved and in good neighborhood. Small house rente at 8 nnd large at SIC. No. 82, Nice residence, wun, eic. located ou eoraer lot. three blocks from bualnesi Lot Cx84. No. 83. Nlee eoraer lot la lluury Large enough for two Addltloa. UouiHis, or one house and good' tar-dom dl. lo iou-kibl- AUu-mm- u alit d Ut h LAUNDRY Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon R. L. Bradley Best Work CHAPTER XXVIII. ourl-ousl- y For the Hai Arc you so fortunate as to be well satisfied with your hair? Is it long enough, thick enough, rich enough? And your hair does not all out? Well,vell.thatisgood. Hut you may know of some not so fortunate. Then just tell them about Ayer's Hair Vigor. They will surely thank you after using it, if not before. Remember, it does not color the hair. Show the list of ingredients to your doctor Let him decide their value. He knows. JtaW ny tas w "He claimed to bo hunting deserters," returned Swanson, as calmly deliberate of speech as ever. "But that was false. He knew we were oa the road, and asked for you." "Por met And you told hlra " "Merely that you rode ahead to see that the road waa clear. Thea I left at oaoe, fearing he might Join yeu." Sbe sat a moment In silence, her head bow .; then looked across lata ay face, "This arrival must end our confeN eace. Major," abe said soberly. "Captain Grant must not know that you are with me that would mean fighting." "Surely 70U do aot wish me to run aad the swift Intake of ber breath, yet there was no sharpness In the voice. "Captain Grant, PeterT What can the roan want heron I felt ber band withdrawn quickly, Before General Arnold. k4A444444Mit(t J Our Drug Stock comprises everything you will find necessary to hnvc in the way of Lowest Prices awayr Pure Drugs Drug Sundries w. i j jf.t ajm w, inns, g. . "Perfectly. I wish I might be clothed la my owo proper dress, but with Peter aa4 Taaeaah oa guard, Captain Grant alesw ia Aeagep-ous- . Besides, I wUh to leara hat aw. aeee la aeeklng to Join ua." She hesitated. 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Prest-O-Lig- ht WE GIVE THIS NEW AUTOMOBILE AWAY We carry a complete line of Mens and Boys Furnishing Goods, and will give you three tickets to this big drawing for each and every cash dollar you spend in our house. . We carry the following goods in stock, and many other things that we have not mentioned in this paper. I .1 NETTLETON SHOES. EDWIN CLAPP SHOES. BROWN $ KID GLOVES. SHOES. One Price Everything Guaranteed WORK GLOVES. AUTOMOBILE GLOVES. POCKET BOOKS. NETTLETON LOW CUT SHOES. BROWN LOW CUT SHOES. BOYS S LOW CUT SHOES. Every Article Mentioned Below Sells for NOTE BOOKS. TAN SHOE POLISH. BLACK SHOE POLISH. OXBLOOD BOYS AND QIRL8 SANDALS. LEATHER SUIT CASES. IMITATION MOROCCO CASES. IMITATION LEATHER CASES. LEATHER HAND BAGS. SHOE POLISH. BLACK OIL PASTE. PEARL WHITE CANVAS POLISH. NEW BUCK WHITE POLISH. ij FLOWER POTS AND SAUCERS. COAT HANOERS. FLOOR DRESSINQ. UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS. MENS RUBBER RAIN COAT3. MENS QUM COAT3. MENS SLICKERS. 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MENS B. V. D. UNION SUITS. MENS B. V. D. Lilac, Violet, Heliotrope, Rosa JERJIN VIOLET SOAP. TAN PASTE. WHITE BUCK CLEANER. WHISK BROOMS. SOAP ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR. CARLETON UNION SUIT Croti Bar Muslin. FERGUSON UNION SUIT Cross Bar Muslin. STRAW HATS. SOFT STRAW HATS. MENS FELT HATS. JOHN B. STETSON HATS. MENS STIFF HATS. MENS CAPS. MENS AUTO CAPS. CANVAS GLOVE8. We have installed a 0c Counter in our store for the benefit of those that will want to spend a dollar and get three Free Tickets on the brand new Free Automobile. It will pay you to look our 0c counter over every week. We will add things all the time. 1 BLUE BAND HANDKERCHIEF8. SILK TAN LACES. 8ILK BLACK LACES. ELASTIC ARM BANDS. SINGLE PARI8 SUPPORTER3. DOUBLE PARIS SUPPORTERS. 1 CURLIN "HOUSE OF QUALITY" MIDGET SUPPORTER8. INVISIBLE SU8PENDER8. CHILDREN8 ROMPERS. CHILDREN8 OVERALL8. CHILDREN8 STRAW HATS. MENS KIKJ PANT8. Everything Guaranteed One Price MENS PEN CHECK PANTS. MENS OVERALL8. BOYS KNEE PANTS. Jl .i " WHY NOT GET THE BEST THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING ? Wilt Thou be Made Whole? Dy Rev. Parley E. Zartnunn, D, D., Sectctur Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations t 8pc. See samples. At Courier Office. LUMBER! Wc have taken charge of the Lumber Business purchased from T. W. Reynolds, and are now in position to take care of your wants for everything in A J Eltraaoa Difwttuat Mooter B&l f - f r vvt blessing because we no not accept them in their simplicity. Eternal Ufa In such a caso la not a gift that we ' If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices. What else would be the deepest de- cannot Iwto but that wq will not have. Let sire of a man who had been sick for S8 things us never forget two outstanding about sin; 1. It defiles. Sin Is years and who had been waiting not manly, and ever since the day dally for a long whjB the devil beguiled Adam and Incorpora'.td trail time to have some Kvo tho way of the serpent has through humaa natuie friend put him In- wound Its pool Bt the and through humaa history, leaving to the Wc have a car load of 2. 81a detime of the mov- defilement la its wake. e stroys. This le an CEDAR POSTS ing of the waters? but as true as It Is old. la spite but the question HELPS IN EMERGENCY is aa arousing one of all that men may say, or hope, or See us when you need anything. Both Telwhich Jesus asks do,' the wages of sin Is death. Therefore, again the question is pertinent. ephones. for the purpose of PANTRY SHELF OF GREAT VALUE making the man Wilt thou be mado whole? Attorney-at-La- w story Is n parable and This oldtlmo conscious of his TO HOUSEWIFE. and Notary Public condition, arous- n promise, for Jesus Christ still watts ing his desire, to be gracious.- Every placo of need may be a DeWill practice in all Courts calling forth the Supply of Canned Goods Should ceafesslon of need, and assuring him thesda, nnd just whore you are Jeeus of die State. From Which to Form a "Pickup" of the possibility of healing. Thus standi opposlto your need saying, Msal When Situation Demands the Great Physician, constantly deals "Wilt thou be mado whole?" Ily evKENTUCKY HICKMAN, Immediate Action. with souls, to coavlnoe sinners of tbelr ery possible way ho is pleading, "O need of healing and to teach Chris- i Israel, thou has destroyed thyself, but Every housekeeper has or ihould tians that theer are still defects la in mo Is thy help." Thousands of pooplo of every age and clime Office over Rice's Shoe Store ; hare an emergency sholf whore she their own lives. In tho one case fail- found relief, .healing and salvation have Just mar keep on hand a small supply of ure of faith prevents healing; In the preveata aa the man at the pool found it that canned goods which can bo brought other, lack of submission day by slruplo trust wholeness. out and used as needed. "Wilt thou bo made whole?" That Tho study of the isapotoat wan Is Canned salmon Is almost euro to hare a place on this shelf and tho Interesting from every point of view; ' is the question. How often'Jesus has following recipes may offer variety for and the place at which the healing oc- had to say, "Ye will not come unto one woo finds It necessary to servo curred is significant Dethesda, mean- me that yo might have life," What a ing house of mercy. The waters of the tragedy when a soul turns away from this fish frequently. Salmon Pudding. Ono can salmon; pool had certain curative properties, ' him and goes out Into darkness, deYou can refute 2 eggs; 1 tablespoon milk or water; but the maa of the story was In such spair and death. a plight that he had no friends to put Christ, but how can you? 1 teaspoon salt; U4 tablespoons butLet tho story teach us three things: ter; 2 tablespoons flour; 1 cup milk, V4 him Into the pool when the water was troubled. It requires no strength of Tho need of prompt response to tablespoon salt Drain the salmon and remove skin tho imagination to supposo that his Christ's words, ne thought of failure isTto serve your needs. and bone's. Beat eggs unUl light, then reply to Jesus not only was full of , In tho future, and continuous ue of IT. pathos, but also fall of a gTeat long- tho strength which Christ gives. "Seek It will help sell your mix with icalmon, milk and salt. ing, for noUce the quick response and ye the Lord While ho may be found; Put la a buttered dish, set In a goods to the pan of water and bake In a moderate the great result: "Jesus salth onto call yo upon him while he is near; people you want to him rise, take up tby bed, and walk. let the wicked forsake his way and oren 20 to 25 minutes. reach. An advertiseTurn but on a hot platter and And immediately the man was mkd the unrighteous man his thoughts; ment in this paper pour around It the white eauo which whole, and took up his bed and snd let him return unto the Lord and be will bavo mercy upon him; aad to Is a reference guide Is made by melting the butter and walked." KHTAIII.IrillKII I'd The main point of the story Is In v. our God for he will abundantly parmixing with It the flour and salt, then to those whose wants TOM DILLON, 5r.tiProp. adding the milk gradually and cook, 24: !VerIly. verily, I say unto you, he don." are worth supplying. that beareth my word, and belleveta ing until It thickens. Huocvttor to" II (I, lUmuiiMc, ilwiim) Tht C3rt rhrticlan now ts start Scalloped Salmon. One can sal- on hlra that sent me, hath everlasting Thi rntpathltinr Jmus." life, and shall not come Into coadsat-nation- ; mon; 1 cup bread crumbs; 1 cup but la passed from death unto "Man of Borrow, what a nam. "white sauce; 1 teaspoon salt, 1 lemon. Ood who life." This is really the gospel la a Tor th Bon.r of to rwUlm cam, lnn-tlitin Pratn the salmon and remove skin sentence, supreme purpose of llallelujir,' What a RnvlorP for the nod bones. Mix salmon, bread was to give life and to heal us crumbs, white sauce and salt, and put Jesus from all Infirmities. In a buttered dish. Dake IS to 20 We seed not describe eternal lire; THE BEST PROOF. CURDING, STONE WORK OF ALL minutes. When done, garnish with but It is desirable, glorious Given by a Hickman Citizen. -- ASE FOR RATES- and necesKINDS, IRON FENCING. half slices of lemon Charlotte E. Car- sary. You cannot take a slaslck. penter. Colorado Agricultural College. Doan's Kidney Pills were used ruined soul out of this world and la Kentucky Hickman, habit heaven with It In the next You Ihey brought benofit ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH cannot There Is no such thing after SOAP AND WATER FOR CARPET The story was told to Hickman resdeath as a spiritual revolution. God idents. Services: Every Sunday 11 c. m. and 8:00 p. m. Treatment That Will Serve to Qlvs would have to shut you in. The gloTime has strengthened the evidence. ries of heaven would mean nothing the Floor Covering a New Has pro en tho result lasting. Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. to you, the songs of heaven would Lease of Life. Tho testimony la homo testimony be torture to you, and heaven itself Tho proof convincing. yon a perpetual torment. So, because eterTo.raab the carpet thoroughly W. J. MeMURRY nal life is so desirable and Is the free It can bo lnesUgntcd by Illckmau will require a bucket of warm water, Attornsy-atLaa cake of carpet soap, a piece of house-flanne-l, gift of God, through Jesus Christ our residents Airs. It Graves, Hickman, Ky., aayt and, If you are going to tackle Lord, the question Is pertinent, "Wilt flee la LaClede Building oa eorser. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY d piece of carpet at once, & thou be made whole!" a 'T sUll use Doan's Kidney Pills lildunaa, Ky. The conditions upon which you are supply of dry cloths. wLenevcr a ccJd or any other cause Do not begin near the door, as you made whole, of passing from death lUUKUTOIlH eiii they alunto life, are knowledge, repentance, ilsrrders my Mcuo may require to leave the room for fresh R. C. M. CRUTCHFIELD ways cure me. You are at liberty to J.J.0.110NDIIKANT It M. IHI.KH water, and it is unwise to walk on the belief, obedience. They are so easy I II. T. IIAVIH Dentist nKO.ll.TIIHKI.KKI.il that to make them hard and miss the use my statement aa heretofore." carpet when damp. Make up your mind nr.j. m. mniiiAiiti T.A.i.Kmtmn The aboio was the eubslauce of to do without the room till all is dry. IIKNUY HANOKIl Isoa'a old staad. Phone No. Mrs. Graves covnersatlon when sh Start washing as far from tho door aa Hlcxmas, Ky. -' possible, and work towards It. The was Interviewed on January 20, 1012. Wc combine absolute safety .with satisfactory service and flannel is wetted, and a portion of the A Her endorsement of Doan's Kidney offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent carpet well rubbed. It must not be IICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Pills was In substance aa follows; " with sound banking. keral Directors and Embalmsrm. overdone, only wetted sufficiently to bad Inlenao lameness and weakness secure a good lather by rubbing the In my back, was tlrod all the llnio INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS carpet soap ball well in. Then with Phone 20 day or alght. and had depressing headachca. Headthe clean, wet flannel remove the Hlckmaa. Ky. ing about Doan's Kidney l'llls, I cot soap. Well rinse the flannol afterl,,r J. A. THOMl'HON. J J.O. HONllUltANT. !'rldnl a supply from Holm & Ellisou'a Drug II. O ItAMAOK. AmI Ontblor wards, so that it Is quite soapiest WOODLAWN DAIRY yon begin again, later on anoth- Doctors Could Not Help Mrs. Store and tholr use rid mo of uiy when A. H. Lett, Proprietor. er fresh piece. trouble. Doan's Kidney Pills aro Templeton No soap must be left in the carpet mora effective than any other kidney dairy la The only when the final rubhlng commences. Health through Lydia E. medicine I ever took." County. to your Fultoa Take a dry towel, and rub Pinkham's Compound. For sale by all dealers. Price 60 best Though you cannot git rid of all Koster-Mllbur- n dampness, you can almost dry tho cents. Co., liuffalo, ST. LOUIS FURNISHING CO. patch with friction, and this brings up New York, sole agents for the UnitUndertakers Hooper, Nebraska. "I am very glad the nap beautifully, also the colors. to tell how Lydia E. Plnkham'a Vegetable ed States. Hoarse and driver furnished on Remember the name Doan's and Compound has helped me. For fivo years Chocolate Nougat. short notice We are installing machinery for the purpose I sulfrred from female troubles ro I was dike no other. Take four ounces of blanched ali scarcely nblo to do my work. I took doc of changing all of our electrical system to the alznonds, six ounces of Icing sugar, the tors medicines and used local treatments nanc me tears. whites of two eggs; two ounoea of but was not helped. I had such awful ternating current. A German lass stood at a steamgrated chocolate, a few drops of bearing down palna and my back wos so vanilla esence, and some almond oil. weak l could hardly walk and could not ship pier, weeping. "Why do you The "direct current," which has existed in the grieve, Frauleln?" "Hecause my lovPut the sugar, chocolate and whites ride. IoftcnhadtositupnighUtoBleep er has sailed, and I fear that before he business district for the operation of electric fans, of egga into a lined saucepan, and nnd my friends thought I could not livo whisk them together unUl very stiff. long. At my request my husband got returns someone elso may propose to will be abolished. Cut each of the almonds into three me a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham Vcg' me and I may accept" Satire. Stuff cut to order on pieces; warm them slightly in the etnble Compound and I commenced to Dimension All fans, lights, cooking and heating devices oven, and stir them Into the saucepan ' tako it By tho timo I had taken tho Not a Hopeless Case. Short Notice, J. with tho other ingredients. Add hours motors, etc., can be operated twenty-fou- r bottle my health had returned There Is always a chance that tha uui. jua eHB.ucB, ivi on get mvruuBuiy oeen nna i negun uoing my washing ana was a man who knows ho doesn't know may day. per wnen turn into a tin wnicn nas Atonotlmoforthreewceks Mill located on Dresden Road greased with almond oil. Smooth over, wdllwoman. work, for eighteen boarders And out I did all tho Parties owning direct current fans will do aippea in not water, ana , with no signs of my old trouble return- 2 12 miles east of Hickman, witn a when nearly set cut in squares and ing. Many havo taken your medicine Makes tho Nation Gasp. well to list them for sale, as they will not operate if you are in need of anything pile In fancy dishes. after seeing what it did for me. I would The on the new current. list of injuries on the not take $1000 and be whero I was. You Fourth awfulJuly staggers humanity. this line, see in of havo my permission to uso my name if Set over against it, however, Is the All current will be measured by meter. it will aid anyone." Mrs. SUSIE wonderful healing by Duckjen's ArniMove On Nowl Dr. J. M. HUBBARD Hooper, Nebraska. ca Salve, of thousands, who suffered says a policeman to a street crowd, ThePinkham record is a proud and peer from bums, cuts, bruises, explosions and whacks heads' if It don't "Move less one. It Is a record of constant vie or bullet wounds. Its the quick healer of bolls, ulcers, eczema, -- sore lips mno.wC 8ay.8 th0 b,s. barBl mineral toryovertho obstinate illsof woman-i- lls or piles. 2Go at Helm & Ellison's despair, that i J. T. DILLON, Manager ing follows. Dr. King's Now Life T. .deal out..t.ii.u.i ' """i '' " Pills don't bulldoze the bowels. They y gently persuade them to right action, , and health follows 2Kn nr TTolm f-- PInkham S VegOtB- Compound has reI ble ailUon's. stored health to thou- ot euch J Try our Ilelnte baked beans with List your real estate with the FOR BALK AT ONCS Oae million C. H. Moore Phone 4 tomato sauce good any taJase. Oaly extra fine cypress salaries. O. M, Psaaaes, Courier; if we don't sell it, it GHa La . 19e a eaa. Betterswart ft PraUer. Yates cost yon aaytalaa;. Bee4,ucba medicine? TEXT-W- llt 8:8. thou be made wboUT-Je- hn Building Hickman Wagon Co. ,VWVV Material AT THE LOWEST PRICES doe-trin- A. M. TYLER HALE LIMBER CO. ' The Hickman Courier and Both a whole year for The Purpose of an Memphis Commercial Appeal Advertisement $1.25 MARBLE talk HICKMAN WORKS Marble and Granite Business Directory Monuments TnZl,' Farmers and Merchants Bank falr-alze- ' RECORD OF GREAT MEDICINE Regained f te X MANGE Rough Lumber for Sale... i e Tem-rLETO- Hickman Ice & Coal Co. "' J6. " Uw ea oe't $ ffi.tgItJg I I GROCERIES I J tt0l 0.' ,U: L ifl