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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jT- s g F TilE HICKMN COURiER1I j 1 l OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN STERN KENTUCKY r rESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNT KY NOVEMBER 22 19O1 iJ VOL XXXVII NO2 VILLI j t 1111 1 l t L TzJtJLI f t t s f j 0 NSA- ss LOOKt I I AbT WE NEW STYLES ANDFASHIONiSirr I 0 +i f 4 Vjf j Its fascinating time of the year everybody male and female are looking 3 for thet now things for fall wear The very newest the very r 55 lJ ttst1 are in the stole ready for your approhatlonIn Yi f5 good earnest we look forward to a greatly in creased fall businessElse why should we have laid in such an immese stock and studied your wants so closely 1J j= j M fJ ff = I j BLANKETS and COMFORTS e K NOW is the season for these goods and we have them All kinds S and at very reasonable prices jOSIEBY DEPflBTI1IEITI S Our Hosiery Department is complete in very detail Our prices always the lowest for high grade Stockings FLJPLS for WHISTS wo seasons ago these were experimental A year passed their f vogue increasedThis season 1places them well in front as is their S 1rlnRa complete line of these goods at pop ular price- sEWEE ARE UNTIRING IN OUR EFFORTS O PLEASE TIlE PUBLIC AND rIE1ARE AL WAYS APPRECIATIVE OF THE OPPORTUNITIES OUR SALES AFFORD The old snyingctrta 4 F r WSSFI BAT S3 OW1a 3 rQ QKTE QQIJ1 holds good at this time Right now right here at the beginning of the season DESIRABLE MERCHANDISE SHALL BE SOLD WITH THE KNIFE RUN THRO TIlE PRICES Our prices are what cause the crowds at our store Be with them M B SHAWS SONS f 99OURJ I Or VISITORS GUESTS Y- I 91 i I I AND 6 OTHER NEWS 1TEDiSiUI 1I t y i SCHEDULEjrf 4 mo700amJjftSTo mlNo52tArrhcs mNot New Idea Patterns lOc at a SHAWSVr t ills John Hopkins an old and worthy citizen of Fulton died Sunday of con sainption ttt New Idea Patterns lOc at 1 SHAWS- LitM Henry Watterson lectures in Ful fln next Wednesday night Undo yam Afloat is the title of his lecture M tfFOR SALE3 Fat Hops Apply to LEVI BATESJ Get your turkey read for Thanks giving Thursday November 28 is they set apart k verybody is expecting something t of the rut in President Roosevelts ICongressIighest price paid for corn at Shaws- T J L Marr of Hickman was fined 50 and 30 days in jail before the U S Court at Paducah Monday says the NowsDomocrat IfMr Roosevelt wants the Repnbli cknnomiuation for President in 1901 jrhnps it would be better for him to fee the machine than to destroy it k Shaw will pay highest price for corn gkr J J ORourke of Trimble jrti has bought the lease to the La ttnda Hotel and assumed charge succeeding Mr F T Hafford joe Courier wishes both gentlemen two011 I yrhe cigarette habit continues to hold itgrip on many boys If you have a 90JL under 16 who has acquired this do sfgactive habit lick it out of him It is tpnse to spare him for he might as TOllta killed as to live to die of palsy 1idi uttwentyfivo 4i dui tt L n osery day occujrence Andrew Carnegies lust two million dollar gift required but six lines of newspaper apace The time was when all the great newspapers of the land would have occupied columns in carrying tho news to the world New Idea Patterns lOc at SHAWS There is really very little legislation needed by the approaching Kentucky Legislature and the members who know this if they will act together surely can complete the work within the 60 days limit It is wiser to do little and do it right than to attempt to do too much Set down on the talkers We have the best lino of Buggies and Harness to be found in the country E E REEVES Con- Hickman Kv John P Rockefeller has withdrawn from the Euclid Avenue Baptist Church because the pastor preached pointed sermons on wealth Mr Rockefeller will build a church ot his own The world is full of those who are in terested in everyones business except their own The benevolence of advice givers is only equalled by the freedom of their inquiry into your private mat ters See Shaw before yon sell your com Governor Davis of Arkansas has I precedentIthe State penitentiary Not content lin this the Governor notifies the peo I willIi for their incarceration We still have a nice line of flue Bug gies and Carriages that wo are soiling at pries that will youE Co Hickman Ky It IS siid tthat the President will af foul abundant opportunity to talk to him to all of t hose who are in sonic ale gre r s oisil c for tthe policy and conduct of the Gov nimpiit It iis understood though th it he will not be FO generons to those who want to present the claims of politicians to office Men who stuud in the rain at the polls all day and under other discomforts inci dent to elcctiunei ring must do it out of motives of pure patriotism uuder Mr Roosevelt or else have so keen a souse of the humorous that they can do it for fun We want to buy all the corn we can get at the highest prices SHAWS The State Board of Health has issued circulars advising tho people at large to use every effort to prevent the spreading of scarlet fever and diptheria dis eases which are now prevalent in many section of the State Isolation and dis infection are the chief suggestions of the circular The circular also calls attention to tho law which requires reportedtotwenty four hours and urges that the law be adhered to J 4ii I am now ready toshow you the new season ofOfit New Goods Dress Goods arId TrimmingsI- n all the best styles t Shoes with swellest style Shoes with the most graceful lines and softest finish v 4 Dont for et our Infants soft soles in all col orstA t sliingsHatsf Do not fail to call and see me Iii t V 35ALI EI11ltONSBUCHANAN CORNER i A Cheerful Call to Christmas Buyers Beautiful Gifts Never So Good I Never So Cheap Our fine displayrof o1idtiyGoodsi The iN ygst Tofelties The Best Selectionw Dont fail to come in and see our Christinas attractions in Watches Diamond Jewelry Fr Srlrfrnrale Novelties Cut pricesknowing its CHAS G BOHLENKERSpecial attention given to nil repair work l9 FREE FREE a- i 2 = WFIEi BICEMEKE istAVo will give with each Cash Purchase of 1 or over a Handsome ece of 4UEENSW41tEDont I Ofss this special offer now on 7 t7 JSnr A TAf llil lti1 S SAlI1 rs vGOV BECKHAiVrS THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION i Frankfort Ky Soy 13fjv Beck hum this morning iissued his Thanks giving proclamation It rond Thanksgiving proclamation Coin mnnwenlth of Kentucky Executive Dcparrncnt I appoint Thursday Nov 23 1801 as a Thanksgiving and prayer throughout the Commonwealth It is fitting that ou such occasions the people should paure and contemplate the wonderful growth ane development of our country and should give grateful thanks to Almighty I God who hats so blessed and fa cored Nut in a spirit of national arro gance or boastful supremacy but as humble and thankful recognition of Divine Providence lot us ask for u continuance of thos blessings and bounties so generously bestowed upon us in the past and let us show our gratitude not uloue by expressions of tho month but also by deeds of the heart in extending charity and kindness to the poor and needy among us In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused tho great seal of the Commonwealth to be hereunto affixed Done at Frankfort this 18th day of Nov 1901 and the 100th year of tho Commonwealth By the Governor J C W BECKHAM 0 B HILL Secy of State HARRY G TANDY Asst Seoy M r I I IMPORTANTI ELECTIONS I I Next year four judges of this court of apl uls ere to bo chosnr Co succeed Jijdgcs Wiufcv Gutsy DuRpllo and PayntVf In Judge Whites districtI in thfy ejdof the state Henderson I NVebstcr Hoiins and Christian corm I ounIcantdur CarrI c I I ofCulTli WINSi I ITho judsjinrrft of the JFulton Circuit Court iri tie cast1 of Hickmau College ComlmOliwas affirmed y the court Judge ORear tv ting Uieb union Tho action was by the nppellbpto recover of Hickman College a certain per cent of school tax levied against the Nashville Chattanooga St Louis Railroad Com pany for the year 18918 The total amount collected was 81730 The court below gave the trustees of the colored school district judgment for 533 Courier Journal I Tinu r Here Mr O E Smith tho tinner thor oughly competent and skilled is now with R B Brevard Roofing and all kinds of TmWork callR TJL r 4 L WELL HELP YOUJTo defy Jack Frost this winter at a- very moderate cost if you will give us a chance lire have in store a good assortment R Y GOODS CLOTHING AND SHOES DRESS GOODS TRIMMINGSI AND WAISTINGS LADIESI JACKETS AN D WALK ING SKIRTSI BLANKETS 50c to 750 i stapleOUTINGPERCALES at 8 and10c Ydwide BROWN DOMESTIC 4c Yd Wide BLEACHED DOMESTIC 44c CALICOES at 34 and 5c HENS ECLIPSE SHOES The best line in the cityequttl in looks and wear to the 5 kind I LION BRAND Mens Fancy Stiff 1is i1 SlTr 1t 1 k Just rfc1new line for winter wear best Shirt made at the price NOT PERSONAL CHARLEY Some men are so constituted that they get fearfully excited over an election und act asiif they thought the whole result depended upon their vote and influences Results sometimes show that such men are small potatoes und few in a hillr Hickman Courier Oar friend of the Courier is cel bratI ed for having an opinion in all matters but so gentle in disposition that he sel dote expresses himself publicly What Columbus parties do you refer toColumbna Critic The time was when according to Col i Grays map all roads led into Columbus whi many considered Columbus the hub of the universe and such would be the condition now if our enterprisingi t i neighbor Charlie Walker could center I hishomeIthat the Courier had no reference to COLItIERihad somewhat to do with the activities I of party politics for 40 years but 13 con- tentr now to occupy a private station t I Concerning the Indiana Governors refusal to recognize a requisition for Taylor who fled Kentucky a fugitive 1 1i from justice the Washington Times t sayst i Eyen if Gov Durbin had been righ iin his statement it would not have ins titled him in his refusal for the quest tjion was purely a legal one for the I courts to determine If such was the k law in Kentucky it was no worse for Taylor than for any other man charged with crime i if it was not the law it i would be Rood ground for a refusal of the judgment in the Supreme Court of s the state which court has already set aside one verdict in the case upon tech errors Every circumstance con nected with the actions of Taylor in In advanceS himi4 up and that he was resting perfectly F aspectOlhis been guilty of one of the worst ex ecutive outrages ever perpetrated in the Uaited States and it is by noi meana certain that the history of the cOBBtxy furnishes another as bad It iisI to be hoped not and at all events and if GoV Durbin can strengten himself politically by suck a course then indeedi MM the party which he represents aban cloned the lofty ideals for which it hasI eo kwg claimed to stand it 11A 180 000 ere wheat farm the largest ia the world will be established In Westers tMU- Ii dtIf 11 a Ye z Jm4r1r i BOYS KNEE PANTS SUITS lane Hopkins make with double seat and knee Pants The best boys suit made we have complete line from x150 to 000 BALTZER DODDS rgical EdgarChnudlerSunday OityvisitedHickmanlnet andEdnaUnionCityWEDDING PRESENTS beautifultoHickmanBERENDES BOOK STORE Hickman parties were out Tuesday ofVenusnomena will not occur again for 11200 yearsP inPaducahthe Federal court Bryant Nowlin prominent citizen of cityMonday2000 DOLL to be given as a present to the girl who votesbetween StoreEache entitlsd to one vote The Rev C A Waterfield the new preach at the Methodist church next fut3 1 membership desired New Idea Patterns lOc at SHAWS County Clerk Luteu returned Tues upWhitel others IF you WIPII any special design Ofr Carriages Buggies or Harness made to order we will attend to it for you with pleasure We will leave for market about Nov 15 E E REEVES Co- Hickman Ky Spreads Like Wildfire When things are the best they become the best selling Abraham Hare a leading druggist of Belleville O writes Electric Bitters are the best selling bitters I have handledin 20 I years Yon know why Most diseasesI begin in disorders of stomach liver kidneys bowels blood and nerves Electric Bitters tones up the stomach I regulates liver kidneys and bowels purefies the blood strengthens the nerves hence cures multitudes of ma ladies It builds up the entire system Puts new life and vigor Into any weak I sickly rundown man or woman Price 50 cents Sold by Cownrilll Cowgill I 1 R4 tiw BLOODSHED RESULT SSATURDAYKILLEDAND 4 18DetachmEJ1tsfrom Providence The scene is quiet this morning Two of the attacking union miners are dead and woundedThreeguardsaretwootherblcntakenburialMany theirfamilies todayfearing furthertroublemines in t countiesGov tillmoreUnion mine A atCentral i tnjnnctiongrantedoftakmJ I State troops are now stationed in Webster CoalUompanys I between union men and nonunion Sunday arointackiug reportedcounty The union encamped gone vine will tothatt aFOR RENT eilhtmilesgood wiro fence acre116OlClinton Ky PRATT WINS In the case of Pratt vs Breckin ridge as to which was elected to the ollice of Attorney General of Kentucky the Court of Appeals has decided in favor of Pratt the 4 Republican Judges affirming and the 3 Democrats dissenting This ends it and Pratt is now the Attorney General ESTRAY NOTICE Millnerlivingand Moscow road about 14 of a mile north of Cayce Station Ky Oue brown colored Horse Mule about 8 years old tOlerablyhenvil onQinchonehalfinchesno other marks or brands perceivable and valued at SGJOO Given under my hand this Nov 18th 1901 r F MBXB3E r P P J TAX NOTICE Have yon forgotton that on Dec 1st 0 per cent penalty is compelled to be added to your taxes TaKo this notice come tJ1 1 J Mherftf ro o t Thanksgiving service at the Metbo I dust Church ThuMlay 1030 a in Did you see the Nice Neckwea r in L D Simmon3 Show Window I Eugene Blakomore who was off on a hunting expedition with Col Mott Ayres party has returned horny ptot1ateNecJrwe Mr and Mrs Frank Twigg of Fulton visited friends and relatives in this community last week Day by day tho truth iis made plain that any and all hope of a Republican revision of the tariff is utterly without foundation But there are prospects of a debate with Republicans on both sidesMr B F McMnrtry has recently quit Mrs Campbell of Missouri ami ylettforregret his leayiug lint we wish him much success The Womans Ftretgu Missionary Society will observe next week aiaweek of prayer their first meeting being with Mrs J M Reid led by Mrs J H Evans All tho members and all other friends invited The Paducah b ir loses cue of its bestI members in the heath of Maj Josiah Harris He had practiced law in Padu lnytlcldMessengerMessengerSunk E Wilson has secured rates oneandonethird fare on nil railroads entering Paducah to all who attend the First District Educational Association which meets in that city on the 29th and 30th Mr John Dillon son of Mayor Tom Dillon a well known and popular young MondaylastKimmer We learn that the brido is of an excellent family petite pretty and accomplished The best wishes attend them Mr Wilson assistant chief engineer of the N C do St L railroad was in Hickman Monday surveying from the depot to a point below town for the purpose of extending the railroad across the Mississippiati that point to connect with the Iron Mountain railroad at Charleston Mo Fulton Hustler No not at Charles to n but at Cresuo Hon R T Tyler has been in Padu cah this week attending Federal Court as the chief attorney in thc damage suits of Blylhe and Tmdels vs the Illi nois Central Railroad lilythe aud Tiu del were killed in trussing the railroart ack at Fulton and their widows sued wasIroad case continubd Mr F T Hafford former proprietor of the Laclede left yesterday to take charge of FairviewHotel at Fairhope Alabama NOTICE We will grosecute any person to extent of law for bumping or cutting Pecan or any other trees on our lands without per mission BOXDUBANT DREWRV 7 LET ME GIVE YOU H TIPti If you are pleasingg norfurther than our store for we constantly pursue the policy of securing all that is latest and best and Iplace the goods on sale at prices which win convince any man or woman that we know how toll give fullest values to our hundreds of patrons It is the policy of this store to keep constantly in touchwith the leading markets of the world and to take advantage of every opportunity that of fens for securing striking bargains The represen tatives of the large wholesale houses know this pol icy of ours and they are quick to advise us when they have any unusually good things to offer AVe believe in taking our friends and customers in our confidence We are proud of the reputation we have established and we are perfectly wining all should i know the nethods on which the business has been built up for they are straightforward and honorable methods that are a credit to any firm1re want that confidence to exist between you and us which will justify your givI I it1g im all your trade in the kind of goods We sell Hose The hose that you find at Am bergs are the satisfa c tor y kind Extra good quality ribbed hose for ILadies1 only 25 Best 25c Bicy cle hose fog Boys made Underwear Vest and Pants in Egyptian cotton fleec I pearlfbuttons Best laic 25ctown GOOD CLOTHES t j jAre a good investment for any man not flashy clothes but clothes correct in style perfect in fit and faultless in those seemingly trivial details that are tll nrJmarkftorlgcnti II ty biV baud oodcLothes The amount of service you get onnfoUr lt ttmiTct make them cheap at twice the price rteBLANKETS If you need anything in blankets wo are sure that we an save you money Wo bought a big stock of blank ets and you know our reputation for handling good goods We are just a little ahead of ourselves in this department this season COMFORTS Extra good values iin converts 75 cents for tho 1001land 100 for thel125 kind 110 for tht 1 lm kind 125 for tin i lrU kind WE SELL 1I Queens ware s pinwale Glassware and Hardware as cheap as you can buy it anywhere Our stock of Groceries is very complete and prices show that none can compete So dont stand gazing upon the street but come in and buy yourself something to eat Shoes Many years ago almost a n ration E 1P Reed ct Co be gan the manu facture of wo men footwear1 At the outset the firm corn ceived that to make a marked success in the shoe business intelligent effort must be directed to the subject of 1 FIT The history of this establishment has been the history of a steady growth of a business All the essentials of fine shoemaking characterize Reed Shoes The line comprise all the latest designs in the art of shoe making DressGoods It istbeplrint u 1 nlt1Mht dependable store to see that your do mantis are filled at the least outlay It is the woman who follows tho lino of strict economy find those who make their dollars go furthest that will find this stock of Dress Good exact likingEveryt want in Dress Goods is here if you want good goods 7ic for Homespunwas 1- iic for Whipcord I t for Trccat waslli- rtC Waist Flannel was 35c- 2iici for French Waist Flannel wasu35c2ic for old dress goods was 50 and ibc luc for old dress goods was 35 and 50c 119c for old dress goods was 25 and 35c I for old dress goods was 16 and 25c Wo are determined to reduce our stock of Dress I beIe If there is one thing that is a better index to a mans character than any other it is the way he dresses He need not be a fop or a dude but he will tind neatlylIedays Wo are showing somo special values in GeuLs Furnishing Goods BUILDINGMATERIAL Door sash Blinds Lumber and Shingles Also early a good line of hardware paints oils etc Calland j Iusore buyingI I HC MBERG J w iii l I s- I I I 7e 7Underbuy and Undersell And underbuying accounts for the low prices we are now making goodsWonton display in a few days We found so many other good things at such ridicu lously low prices that we couldnt help buying them and we now offer them to pricesxn Ladies Misses and Childrens Jacketsi naturallyIteenof this fact and stocked up heavily They are now in the house and selling fast v Here are some Ladies Castor Kersey Jacket Bell sleeves half fitted back been 000 all seaLoninow riUU Ladies Castor Kersey Jacket yoke back cuffsleeves trimmed with a row of narrow satin and velvet elge on- vsleevesf yoke and pocket flaps Lined with Mercerized fancy lining This garment would now be cheap at2650 GK 00 Fine quality Ladies Castor Kerrey Jackets halt Ii tihack cuff sleeves five row stitches I round bottom collar and il lapels worth 1000 our price J5OUB- lacksc clap at above prices Finer Jackets iu Castor Tan and Black lOOQand 1500 Misses Jackets in Tun Castor and Blues4and 9u- Childrens i- at Jackets ages 4 to 12 Reds and Navy wide collar three rows white braid around collar and cuffs at 200 would be a bargain 2oury Better grades childrens Jackets handsomely trimmed with braidand wtll1 worth 3 only 4011 Infants long Cloaks colors Red Pink and Blue Angora Fur at round eo1larQI We show aVery large line of Infants Cloaks from 100 to 350 Plush Capes from 125 to 500 Walking Skirts It is the same story on these Manufacturers anxious to sell and we took a quantity Pricee are fully 25 per centunder anything we have shown before Good Skirts at 2 I Another one is all wool Gray flounced at bottom only splendid value 35 Prices up to 750 I Underskirts Striped outing cloth flounced and trimmed roundtedgeCA Knit Goods Wo bought a big Hue of samples of knit ootISat prftltgoodlJSHETLAND SHAWLS Fascinators 25c to4lOO Hoods 25c to 50c Baby Jackets25c to 50c v + Baby Moccasin 1 crNot a garment in this lotbut is worth double what we ask f Calico New sty le of 6c and 7c Prints just i- nnnw5c Percales New styles at 8 l3c lOc and 12 l2c r P French Flannel Waist Pattern Beautiful styles in all wool and Wool indsilkt 15Pattern tS to 2e 5O French Flannel Waists at heavy reductions in price LADIES UNDERWEAR Union Suits at 25c Vests and Pants at 25c Bitter ones 60e to 150 rYcare showing many specially good yaluea in everY department We cordially invite you to look through our stock i J LP T W So ELLISON p = Jj n1 TransMississippi Con nection Now Certain A ROAD GOUNTYPROMISED MATERIAL FOR INCLINE AND CRADLE ARRIVING The Courier last week with semi authority stated that the N 0 St L Railroad company had determined to put an incline in at Hickman and to j run a transfer boat from here to Bel input to handle the traffic between this roadand the Iron Mountain We are now able to state positively that such are the facts and that the work will commence immediately In fact then surveys and location for the inline have been made the grounds cleared some of the material has arrived and a full force it is stated will be at work next Montla with graders pile drirersSoIIt is stated that it will take about two months to make tho improvements hers contemplated The bank has to pilesdriventhe river and the same on shore to above the highest water and2uumer ous new tracks constructed a The same transfer boat now in use by the ron Mountain will bo used in this source and is therefore ready tho day the incline here iis completed It must be completed by March 1st next as this roads contracts with the M C O expires j on that date The large number of new tracks outlined indicate that all j tho car reliindhng for many years done ut Union City and at Columbus will hereafter be done ai Hickman The improvements here outlined are as cor tain as any railroad matters that be long to the future Further more it is given out with apparent foundation that next year a connecting road will be built from Hickman ta the Iron Mountain on the Missouri shore and furthermore that when the HicUman Tiptonville Levee iis completed or assured that a road will be built from Hickman and Lake County And the Courier remarks par enthetically that the levee will be built next year if Congress gives ns the ap propriation it voted Us last session If these prospects materialize and every thing points that way Hickman will not be a waystation bnt practically the terminus of three roads The farm ers of this section and also of Lako County can ship their products in the evening and have them iathe St Louis markets the next morning with the great Mississippi along to guarantee av rates and many other advantages The Courier always conservative andil never a boomer backed with its Car negie millions of good wishes for all public enterprises which are to be hadl without the asking is not prepared to say that the two new roads referred tare a certainty but it does say that the outgivings ore all that way now STAGE AND PLAYERS niIEWDARBER FRIETOHIE 0 Miss Florence Wickliffe of New York appeared at the head of the now road company presenting Clyde Fitchs play AcademyWednesday companyhayingMonday evening and the play was aUt tit rough in places several audible promptings and situations that the play was not as letter as it will be later on Miss Wickliffe appeared for the herei time in Pittsficld having played four times in the test 15 TwentyOnehead of the Barbara Frietchie company out or pure admiration for the young and talented actress Miss Wickliffe did not disappoint her Pittsfield friends lifting her role from the level in which ether members of the company seemed to maintain qnd shone like a star of the first magnitudeIscene with her father when her lover lay dying of wounds her brother had given the Union officer was she at her best and again on the realization that her lover was dead was MISS Wickliffe most effective She made a sweet lovable fascinat ing Barbara investing the character with girlish charm and naturalness which seemed her highest art and whichl made her Phyllis in When We Were fascinutingJournnPittsfield l WHO MIS3 WICKUFFfi IS Miss Flarence Wickliffe is Miss Flos lie Young a niece of Dr and MM A A Paris of H ckman and a young lady well and favorably known in Hickman society circle she having made extend visits to relative here Miss Young ledld =bright future before her U Clii Slf1 WYlVb IwAPPROPRIATE GIFTS Appropriate gifts of evrey description quality and value suitable for Wtd ding presents at- BERENDE3 BOOK STORE Mr and Mrs Thomas Wallace eel e brated the 20th anuiversay of theiri marrrisge Monday evening Among MNJIslerRevF JissHenlahCwgiissWmBrevar1Ira GeWarren ao supper was seri ed flowers music and a pleasant evening They were the rtcipientsof a number of beautif ol cnipte4ents 1M i t L t r tlt M fi t r t 6 f I j Q SI i i J YESWE MADE IT PAY to go to market tho second timeVe are selling Underwear less than wholesale prices 75 cent Undershirts and 6 4SCDrawers for 50 cent Undershirts and 39CDrawers Best values ever offered in- Hats Caps Hosiery Gloves Suspenders Neckwear Fancy Shirts Pants Coatsc We are closing out a line of Overcoats at cut prices RICE NAYLOR SHOE STORE FOR THE BEST IN- GROCERIES I Go where they all go who want FRESH GOODS the LOWEST PRICES TO I Rogers cc Threlkelds OPTODATB GROCERY WITTINGS OLD STAND Clinton Strdet FRESH MEATS Goods Deliveredi Telephone 74 FreeI i HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS Icort Itf t i TOM DILLON Sr Propr Sacctttor to B 0 lUmsgt ItcM Marble and Granite Monuments O TJ K B IIN C3 STOVE WORK of nil Kinds IRON PEGGING c e Hiolsmaxi Ky WIIit WEBSTEB FINE WF3ISIES If mmJt Bauoiss ANDi f GIl f I 1 A SPECIALTY OF JUG TRADE 1 GIVE YOU TIlE BEST 1 VALUE FOR THE MONEY cC f Y- y UNION CITY TENNESSEE m Ana OJ I v r M hi 3 t THE MANn IO WANTS TO DRESS VELL t 4 will find it an easy and inexpensive matter if he will wear International clothes f in and us you sate S of over JIt H C I f rf on You want Ji this to and 650 tell at e etc and first you d J 1 Sam to Minn Minute I Judge Kearby Both are from Three States Mo f A NUT II I M here than ever before on account of recent erection of ginning It w also for One 909 of c pecans last week and will 4000 more this week to the Eastern That Headache Would quickly leave if used Dr Kings New Life PilU Thousands i their matchless for sick and headaches make pure blood and build up a our kealth Oaly Mousy hack if Mt cured Sold by k Cow Itn t 1 I fy 1l 1t 1r I International clothes- are made by the largest and most reliable tailoring concern in the world with at N e w York and Chicago Every garment is made strictly to measure and is guar anteed to give complete satisfaction You cant get better clothes made to order anywhere You cant get any so good for such low prices as the International charges We handle this Ilinei because we know ws can rcomiAend u International garixents in every respect Jet show the International COM 600 uptodate patterns I AEBERG I full will our and neat well gild 7 tons coit AVe 1- Mr ICKf IHickman a ship of hale proven 1They nervous I Hickman this statement is a list of the names of the six in each grade mak ing average in that grade in that grade in recent exam of say that pu pil is to make four of these each year in order to be at end of and the pupil making an average below fifty at one of these oxami nations passes at to the next lower In order that prpils who an to study may master their studies it is for them to study all spare time in school and to give to three hours outside of school Parents and pupils do find this a in schools and at school at home does not make any easier Time and study school aud of school hours are re quired to master studies at all worth To secure the best results L It2hool work mat constitute part of the knae and and I v TrT TT rrYrIf t New Goodsrf each day this week We ure our new tall stock of eoods andre now prepared to furnish anything to be fonnd in a flrt class J Furniture We have something now in Bed Room Suit Wardrobe Dining Ii FiuelL is the tIme to il Homelmanner cannot do this bv buying llfrom our stock of High grade and Medium Furniture GOODS 1 i It is time to consid- erCHRISTMAS 1 1We have a carefully selected stock of unique useful and beautiful pieces ij of Furniture goods selected noW ba storNl without extra charge and delivered at any time desired The list below will bo helpful as sag what to buy I Music Tubabourettes Tublts Hall Racks Umbrella Sideboard Leather Fancy Rockers ekes Fancy Lamps Sts etc j E MORRISr L COA oL 1 LBDFORD RA IDLE Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware Hay Oats Bran fTime Cementf z nt fvi i I in a i irerr and no i1Ln will Ib sjnrctI tto pon mr customers Our nntlo i iO n 3 IJ O 5 at It 1R PIUCKit Try us Street Telphonc G Promptly1 RED HOT B A ReG A INSt In IVIens Boys I SUITtSrod hand Must be moved quit It will payyou look at These make them go in a hurry Neat checked suits cheap at D 45 price M f Round square Sack Suits in Blues Blacks Fancy Worth 00ourliens allwool Kersey Suits figure male good fitting bought to 1000 KA leIlOti J- Mens and Boys Suits in Oheviots Worsteds Mel v solid colors fancies Elegant fitting garments 00anywhervFinest Tailored Suits 15 to 1650 If made to order would 20 to 2500 invite illspectieno ELLISONS MARRIED Castleberry instIby parties COTTON AND MARKET brought the machinery market nuts merchant shipped pounds pounds market ThreWMBfC you you sufferers 25c Cowgill headquarters College Following the highest the quarterly theIexaminations I may each expected promoted the theyear any once grade old enough necessary two study not hardship boarding tending subject in out all pursuing life parents teachers receiving Store you HOLIDAY PRESENTS and will gesting Cabinsts Chiffonier Couches Cnnmber Htnndsj CrooeriG and Wtectrry cvevtnw ilk rtdHi Clinton Cools Delivered and clothing these prices Gassimeres anywhere Gassimeres must cooperate in all matters of study and discipline The examinations with some exceptions were very satisfactory but the teachers ask the help of the parents that the best results may be ob tained where such results are at all pos sible Call at school when convenient and enquire after the welfare of your children Respectfully S A LINK Pricipal The names of each six pupils standing highest in each grade in Hickman Cal lege are as follows mOil SCHOOL Third Year Park Powell lIirry rather Max Powell Ida Shnpbach Mattie Seay Lynda Hunzicker Second Year Bnfie Diner Annie El lison Mabel Reeves Arthur Fieuiming Maybell Fuqua Laura Brown First YearIntx Luten Carlisle Rice Goalder Johnson Irene Helm Fraukie Reid Delia Burke Eighth Grade Addie MurrelkDave Cornm Eddie Townsend Ella Powell Icie Hale Rivers Uavitt Bi r7 rj i Seventh Grade Charles Brown Ru by Flemmiug Louise Atwood Ernest Phillips Willie Amborg Lillian Smith Sixth Grade Earl Edmonds Mary A McDaniol Lily Hubbard Russell Johnson Fannie Kearby Emma Lnns ford 2nd Section Sixth Grade Oorlnn e Smith Lida Moore Donuio Hunt Katie WittIe Robert White Kthel Navlor Fifth Grade Marguerite F u qI u a Verna Stahr Harold DoBow Lizzie Corum Pauline Beckman Ida Stahr First six in Fourth Grule Frank Smith Warren Ellison Lula Griflith Hazel Johnson Fred Kuoorr Nellie Boudurant Third Grade Anderson Brown Bro die OvertonOla Higgins JjaynejHig piuHrMattioHnnt Johu Roney I THE FAIREST METHOD OF PARTY ORGANIZATION A great many Democrats who never vote except under the rooster stayed at home because they couldnt scratch and thought conditions mixed A straight square primary next time will bring them all outHickman Courier What assurance can you give that the primary nominees will be satisfactory to the people The fact of the matter is that the people arc tiring of primaries and conventions still from a party standpoint they are necessary evils Conventions are never conducted with out trickery becoming a part of them and tsnally the officers who conduct a primary election are so partisan vto some of the candidates that they permit the stuffing of the primary ballot box as has been done in this county time and time again There is no means to thwart the sharp politician except on the direct vote of the people and this would be menacing to the parry having two or more candidates in the field while the weaker party could consolidate on a party nan and elect him where the vote of the county or district was about half of the stronger party and in nearly all races the politics of the candidate is considered Columbns Critic The Critic sets forth the real tacts I and yet some method of party organiz I ThoII timeII theirIj I I rise in their power and rebuke dishon est methods The faireSt method of of party organization is to hold a legal party primary at the regular election under the control Of the regular election I officers For instance where two orI more democrats are candidates let a democrat vote under the party device 1 and when the election officers foot up I the vote let the law compel them to t give all the democratic vote to the demo ocratic candidate having the highest I number his marking nndcr the device i proving that he prefers tither of the I democratic candidates over any other I opponents Tire same rule applying to the Republican or any other party or ganization Objections can be urged to I this or any other method but it more s expressi sion of the voice of the people than ei- therj I elections conventions or irresponsible primary I I ICOM VS MARIA HAYNES trial of Maria Ifayu charged with poisoning her aunt was held before Judge heat y Tuesday and Wednesday and the accused held without i trail over to the Fulton CircuitI Court County Attorney Remley con- ductedI the prosecution and B T Davis and Thomas Bullock the Defense Jr v 1 Is Building J JAlaterial I- JJ ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM BEflv J Doors and Windows Shingles c Limo and Cement Builders HardwareI Paints Oils etc 1 KSTUIATES CHEERFULLY 1 1 1unXISHlW Hay Oats Corn Brau etp etc lPWSEllison If Astounding Discovery From Coojteravillo Mich comet word of n wouderfnl discovery of a pleasant tasting liquid that whoa used before rotireing by any one trorblcil with a bad cough always ensue a good nights rest It will soon cure the cough too writes Mrs 3 Litnolburmr cfor three generations of our family have used Dr Kinds Now Discoveey for Consumption mid have never found its equal fo Coughs and Colds Its an unrivaled life saver when used for desperate lung disousps Guaranteed bottleS 5to and 51 at OHw ills Drug Store Trial hot tlts frw NO rIVE All parties indebted to the estate of Arthur King deceased are respecttully notified to please como forward aixjl settle np i and all those holding claims agaiust said estate are notified to file the same properly proven up as required by law on or before the 1st day of Jan 1002 or thn same will bo barred- J J C BONDURANT Admr of KingF Have You Noticed I The amount of tine Bugcies and Harness that E E Reeves Co have sold this Spring If not r just exist your eye around and see sot then It will surprise you but if you will call and look at his stosk of Buggies and Harness you will understand why it is so i they are uptodate in everything in that line and sell them at the very lowest prices Call and see us sit Hickman E1 E1Co1 NOTICE The J J Young property consisting of one six room dwelling with two good cist ems one inside rend ono outside a good roomy stable and other out buildings and about three acres of laud near R T Tylers on the Troy Road are for rent Apply to F S Mooitu Agent N22 I CJQAL I OAJ J i Pittsburg and Eureka Orders accompanied with Cash will have prompt attention ALL FUEL MUST BE PAIDFOR ON RELIVED ALL GRADES OF STEAM COALS t Alex A Paris Son NOTICE TO FILE CLAIMS All persons holding claims against the estate of WC Graves deceased are respectfully notified to file RanleI proven as the law requirei with the nn dersigued on or before the 10th day of Jan 1902 or same will be barred Also anyone indebted to said estate are requested to settle same A A FARIS Admr td of W C Graves Decd LOSTA Buckskin Purse containing a S10 bill between my home and the Frank Thompson brick on the hill Liberal reward MAC ADAMS i a u rF S MOORE- ATWRflyATLAWI I IIICKXAft EMCUKY I Office partner of Judge U F Remley I OrtS K DAVIDSON I DentistHIOKMAN KENTUCKY Office over Oowgill Oqwgilla y Hniir store O E BAKER i Gelerill Grocer I Block Clinton St 1 1Pwol1 linking piircncil the Grocery Stock of J J JHnnthir nit would lie pleaded to hue nth nM fricnlah to oill Fresh Good andl Choice II5i iin+ CITY B n- a 1 bdSHOPS hererto stay Nobody will aopreciate yon trying barbers R U OA LOWELL Wirx raowELL- ANLIPJI rs IAIN11 At Oowgills We have just received a large ship ment of Mixed Paints = Collier Strictly Pure White Lead Crown brand Linseed Oil The best brands on the market Cowgill1 Cowgill- DRUGGISTS q CARUTHERS1 I I jijj- i CONFECTIONERY i i I K1LAI 1 ND rCONFECTIONERIES I ICLINTO S rUEEl IIICKMAN KENTUCKY Telephone Number 90- I i MINISTERS APPOINTMENTS The annual session of the Memphis Method st Conference ia session at Dyersburg the past week adjourned Monday Tim following are some of the appointments ot ministers well known to the readers of the Courier UNION CITY msTmerr W D Jenkins Presiding Elder Hickman C A Waterfield Union CityR II Mahou Union City Circuitfl M Vaughn CayceC D Hilliardl Crystal T L LoweryiTiptonilleB B Thomas FultonE U RamseyrGreenfield WJ Mooney Columbns J V Freeman BransfprdPresiding District J W Waters- Brownsville Circuit R M King J W Blackard Presiding Elder Jack son District Presiding Elder Paris District W G HefleyParisW J lcCoIMcKenzie W C Sellers Bardwell and Wickliffo J II Evans Spring HillP II Fields Clinton E S Harris RipleyW U Waters THE NEGRO IN THE NORTH Bryans Commoner It was to have been expected that Northern papers would wax wroth and grow bitterly i sarcastic in replying to Southern strictures upon the President for entertaining Booker T Washington at Dinner But the Southern papers are replying by asking some pertinent facts They point out the fact that Northern love for tlli uero is confined to election day How many business ollices in the North employ negro clerks How many negro trainmen are employ ed on Northern railroads How many negroes have been appointed to post masterships in the North How many Northern States have elected negro Senators or Congressmen How many negro mechanics ure employed in North ern mills and factories alongside white mechanics North the negro is limited to the position of porter in hotels and on trains or to yaiterehips in hotels and and restaurants Is there a negro linot- ype operator on any if the great daily newspapers of the North that is so roundly denouncing the South for its attitude toward the RooseyelrW sh ington dinner incident Does any one of these Northern Republican newspa pers employ a negro pressman a negro city editor Some of these days the negro will realize that he has nothing to gain from the alleged friendship of men who seek to use him for political purposes only t c I- G w Yi i W- Lt i ri R i i I STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST Iu a- u J KENTUCKY F OF L I M Psrtillc SucaUlnjr Cloned the Second Annual Convention nt lcx- Jiipton Ky Lexington Ky Nov 151 public speaking Thursday night closed ths second nnnual convention of the Kentucky Federation of Labor Dur jI ing the day olllccrs were elected 1aducah was chosen as the 1902 con Mention city and various resolutions pertaining to labor questions were adoptedsThe legislative committee was di reeled to meet in Louisville Friday llbJllI i company not itsing the union label i I byrunion men were declared Resolutions favoring the estab lishment of a state bureau of labor the restriction by law of child labor t the limiting by law of the work day i j to eight hours and indorse and authorize j aid to striking miners in1I Hopkins county j OFFICIALLY NOTIFIED George W Lieberth Will Soon Be In stalled Collector of the Sixth District I j Covington Covington Ky Nov IS George W Lieberth the newly appointed collector for the Sixth district of Kentucky has been officially notified of his ment and Collector D N whom he will succeed ComlngorcI dally notified of his removal Mr Lie berth has prepared his bond givln a bonding company as security an has forwarded same on to WashingtonIThe transfer of the office as soon as his bond is accepted and the proper officials can arrive from Washing to make the transfer It is not thought that this will take over a weoTts time A SAD CASE Young Boy Brooding Over His Moth ers Insanity Finally Lost His Own Mind Hopkinsville Nov 1SOne of the yoingost persons over placed in an ftmi i for the insane in this state was T r Vance a youth of seven years j i co from Daviess county where he I i Ihat been adjudged or unsound mind I and brought to the Western Lunatic asylum lIe was bright and happy un- tlLJiIamotliorlecnme I In lpcnncttlS montllsigoolie has recently become violent and tried to burn the house and kill his brothers and sisters Leaders Meet Central City Ky Nov l81heleaders of the coal miners strike met here Monday morning and afternoon to take some action with regard to the bearing of the federal court Injunc tion at Louisville later in the week It is believed that plans will be laid for future hostile demonstrations Central City is the hotbed of strike feeling Tree Fell the Wrong Way Mt Sterling Ky Nov ISIn Bat county near this place Frank Staton was cutting a large pine tree endeavoring to drop It down hill Contrary to his expectation It fell uphill As It came down Statons wife who was standing near was caught under the main body of the tree and her back and skull crushed She is dying lot IlccoiicIIcd- Maylcing Ky Nov 14EThe guard which surrounded the Whitesburg jail to prevent the lynching of Made Whittaker who killed Preston Banks at Smoot creek was dismissed as the Itankscs have just sent word that they ire reconciled and will let the law take its course All Dill Rejected Covington Ky Nov 1G1l bids publiclibrnrrby the trustees at their meeting Friday evening as they were too high The trustees have 75000 in the treas wry to build the library andtrill not contract for more than that sum The Fox Hunt Irvine Ky Nov ISThe first co signment of guests for the annual meet I of tho National Fox Hunters associa tion has arrived here The association formally opened Monday Great interest is manifested and the best limiting in Its history is expected Robbed of All Her SnvlnRtt Newport Ky Nov lGThe rest lience of Mrs Ida Woods in Taylor Mill road Latonia was entered by burglars early Friday morning andI robbed of 5100 all of her savings for several years A Carpenters Fall Augusta Ky Nov 18While David Crumbaughii carpenter was working on the third floor of Knoedlers drug store Jbe Meppetj backward and fell 4 cer1 lar He sustained probably fatal in juries s Swatllorvcd Tacks Carrollton Ky Nov IGYl1oi Uen Bantams bjjde of a few weeks Is ly Jig attnefpbiit5of death her condii non being caused by swallowing asks which she had placed In her oouth while putting down oilcloth p AN ELECTRIC LINE Preparation Heine Mittlc to lleln d the Survey of the lloiid From Lexington to Inrln Ivy Lexington Kj Nov 1GTbe- orgetownG Lexington Traction Co is preparing to begin a survey for an electric line to Paris On Monday the survey Is to be made which is to- dctlrmincTliother the road will go via Georgetown or direct from hoe iington The Georgetown line tvl- oon be completed The trouble re garding running Into Georgetown has lbeen settled and only the fish plate arc wanting to begin laying the rails which will take but a short time SUED FOR DIVORCE A Barricade Kept Her Away From the Lawyers So Mrs Florence Crow Says belIsuit for divorce Mrs Florence of this county alleges that her hu bent barricaded her at homo for months to keep her away from tat yers whom she desired to consult Finally the opportunity presented eludInIg vigilance of her lord and master came to the city and rushed to the of flee of a lawyer to whom she her story Ho quickly prepared and filed the petition 1cnthtAlbany K3 Nov WIAnother killI ing has taken place in this count I James Johnson was beaten to death dnmlccgI r Sadi o hiple3t Sam Groct John Henry ant lob Miller are charted with the nut der Oflcers are in pursuit of them Toiincc in the Itmniic Afiyluni- Pineville Ky Nov 16 Mack1 Younce was tried Friday by a speciil jury and sentenced to the insane OE hun at Lexington Younce wan I member of the alleged kuklux gang which attempted to whip Mm Jemtmn Hall and son and which killed them in the attempt KiiKineer Killed Sturgis Ky Nov ttTht boiler tinI the Sturgis Milling los plant e C ploded Thursday completely ivrevk 11111 the plant Engineer lleorge Quit ey was killed aryll the ruins are hie ing searched for more bodies The Stiitemeiit liicorreel lUccijiytoii Kyv Sov rlrninlrSI tUugliCR twites that Twiner Chat Dodson told him that the three eights pole had been moved Hf says he himself was the first to ut pest that something was wrong riuirercMl With Murder Hopkinsville Ky Nov 16Willin- Goldsworthy and George Phillips w c hound over Friday on the charge killing Olflcer Coffey and shooting n Deputy Fields Jim Will Anderson was dismissed IreMldentitil Olliee Washington Nov 15Thc post of five at Ilurdwell Ky will become a presidential office on January J with salary of 1000 and Berea 13 1200hFire in a Distillery ML Sterling Ky Nov 18A loss of 5000 was caused by an incendiary setting fire to the distillery of Joe Chambers at Chambers Station Men efee county An AIIKentucky Team Lexington Ky Nov ISA proje etin Is on foot to organize an All Kontuck y gameIsome time inearly December ColInNped From Overwork Scottsvillc Ivy Nov 151e J 15 Wichers n Baptist minister has been taken to Hopkinsville for treatment his nervous system having collapsed from overwork Killed While lluntliifir Scottsville 13 Nov 10 Charles Thomas son of Lem Thomas was shot and killed Friday by Price Jack son his uncle The men were hunt ing at the time Run Over By a Wagon Scottsville Ky Nov 18 Clifford Wade 8yearold son of Mr Willis overnby a loaded wagon and is dying from his iinjuries Itnther Yonntr Ilrldc Millstone Ky Nov LJohn IGc 1Ibracks aged ID of Leland will married here to Ibbie Craft the 143earold daughter of Postmast- Craft Fntnlly Injured Uy n Train Hopkinsxille IK3 Nov l5Wm Jessup colored was struck by a train on the Louisville Nashville railroad and fatall3 injured Wealthy Farmer Suicides Lexington Ky Nov IS Raymond Burgess aged 60 a wealthy farmer who lived near Sadieville Ky was found hanging In his home by friends Sunday afternoon Burgess was a bat star and lived alone No cause for h suicide is known Bank Will Quit Lexington Ky Nov ISThe Untonand savings bank recently organized tAinthe this city vlll at an early day go Involuntary liquidation The bank Is in good shape but its business has not been as arses yas expected A LESSON OF+ HOPE ra f fI Dr Talmage Would Lift Peopl Out of Despondency Shown Some ot the Fnture Joy Whlcl- asap ij Ue the Portion of Every hotly Assurance from Heaven Coprrtghl I9eI by Loots IlopeehN Y 1 Talinagce would lift people out of despondency 1 and bring something of future joy into earthly depression The text iis Hebrews 010 Which hope There is an Atlantic ocean of depth and fulluesu in the verse from which WadeIIinto the wave at the beach and take two word We all have favorite words expressive of delight or ab horrence words that easily fled their way from brain to lip words that have in them mornings and mid nights laughter and tears thunder bolts and dewdrops In nil the lea eons and vocabularies there are itw words that have for me the attt ac lions of the last word of my text Which hope There have in the course of out life been many angels of God that orth met ns on the road or chanted the curtainvof the greet future or pulled us from the precipices or rolled down upon us the rapturous music of the heavens but there is one of these angels who has done so much for us that we wish throughout all timelt1and all eternity to celebrate ittha- ngel of Hope St Paul makes it the center ofa group of three saying Now abideth faith hope charity And though he says that charity i the greatest of the three he does not take one plume front the wing or one ray of luster from the brow o onme melody from the voice of the angel of my text Which hope outworld when in a Bethlehem caravansary the Infant Royal was born and that will be a great night in the darkness of your soul when Christian is born There will be chanting yin the skies and n star pointing to the nativity I will not bother you with the husk of a definition and tell you what hope is When we sit down hungry at a table we do not want an analytical discourse as to what brea isifaml it on pass it round give UK a slice of it John speaks of hope as a pure hope Peter calls it n lively hope Paul styles it a good hope n sure hope a ref joicing hope All up and down the Bible it is spoken of as an anchor as a harbor as a helmet as a doorr When wo draw n ahaulc onn bun we must have reference to Jhe depositedbut r in which for her benefit all Hc has been deposited Hope May it light up every dungeon stand by every sickbed lend a helping han evermy andreturn the unpictured room of the ofalmshonae otHeaven How suggestive that my thology declares that when all other goddessHopeIt was hope that revived John roux when on shipboard near the i fenrfu1JJillshoreward and asked if he knew the village near the coast and he an swered I know it well for I see J the steeple of that place where God i first opened my mouth in public to Ills glory and I am fully persuaded how weak that ever I now appear I shall not depart this life till my tongue shall glorify His holy name the same place His hope was re warded and for 25 more years heI mepreached That is the hope which sustained Mr Morrell of Norwich when departing this life at 24 years of age he declared I should like to understand the secrets of eternity before tomorrow morning That was the rind of hope that the cor pornl had in the battle when after several standard bearers had fallen he seized the flag and turned to a lieutenant colonel and said If I fall tell my dear wife that I die with i a good hope in Christ and that I a glad to give my life for my country That was the good hope that l Goodwin had in his last hour when i he said Ah is this death How have I dreaded as an enemy this smiling friend Philippe de Mornay prime minister i of Henry IVwhen asked in his Ins hours whether he was certain of eternal felicity replied I am as confident of it from the incontestability of the spirit of God as ever trailbet from all the demonstrations of Eu theercheered Vara the converted native of the island of Aimeo when he said in his last moment The canoe is on the sea sails are spread she is ready for the gale I have a goodu pilot to guide me and a good haven to receive me Xo better medicine did a man ever take than hope It is a stimulant a febrifuge a tonic a cattiolicon Thousands of people long ego departed this life would have oeen living to hophe peas one lung was gone and disease had seemed to lay hold of every nerve and muscle artery and bone Alexander the Great starting for wars in Persia divided his prop crtj among the Macedonians Hs gave a village to one a port to anther a field to another amt all Ms I Perdlecasyou kept r 1 triumphantbeyou and lor9nrsehesacheeringy viman woman and r implantthisnow Is isnbtialwhich themost itnlityoffortunesyou are t be kings and queens unto God an how much more wealth you will her when you reign forever and ever want hheavenlylittlebitwe cal the earth is only the place where we journeJmen ciwill have no loaf ers hanging s sayoftt notdalllcJworka pillow I when there is no night there I pedestrianismI eloeitiesinfillitei interworld I suspect that the telescope of the observatory jjtionswhich need looking after and need shelp saintly and missionary There pmayf gsinnedahaps plan that God has sought out for other worlds ns wish as potent as lloel oweworld The laziness which has curse us in this world will not groin the inn of eternal activities so muck tonic tinsc society so much achievement after aweoff oprportunities past but put your empha lis on opportunities to come Do no count the battles lost but scour your comerAm I not right in saying that eter nity can do more for than 1 jtime0ablemotion shall be quickened into the immortal spirits speed Why a bird have a switness of wing when it is of no importance how long i wayfromI whojj j erranddthe world get on sr f lowly The iI roebuck outruns us the hounds arc jI quicker in the chase but wait until1 God lets us loose from all limitations j j I and binderinents Then we will fairly i i begin The starting post will be i the tombstone Leaving the wort will be graduation day before the j j chefi work of our mental and spirit opcntfrfi breaksfirkst ji of I thnhopesh be an everlastingmissio I i as much of it in the heavenly afterns wdharcgained as soon as we enter realms celestial nothing mere to learnno other heights to climb no I monotonyf of i same thing over and i over again for endless years XoII More progress in that world then ever made in this Hope will stand I II on the hills of Heaven and look forever brightening landscapes otherII transfigurations of color new glories i rolling over the scene new celebra tions of victories in other worlds + j Heaven rising into grander heavens seas of glass mingled with fire be i coming a more brilliant glass mingojj ling with a more flaming tire Which jj hOlleII gDothe gloom that Harriet Martincau expressed j in her dying words I have no reason to believe in another world I have had enough of life in one and can see no good reason WhJJJ Harriet Martincau should be ptruetc Hated Would you not rather have the Christian enthusiasm of Rolle Annan who when some one said will be satisfied if I manage to get into Heaven replied pointing to a sunken vessel that was being dragged up the River Taj Would yon like to be pulled into Heaven with two tugs like that vessel yo der I tell you I would like to gin with all my sails set and colorslastj myAgain let me introduce the element rwini despair about the worlds moral condition They have gathered up appalling statistics They tell of the number of divorces but do not take into consideration that there are a tlis one of marital discord They to 11God1 you of the large number in our land j who are living profligate lives hut forget to mention that there arc millions of men and women who are do- ingl the best thej can They tell you wtcountry but fail to mention tltoisj thousands of glorious churches with two doors one door open for all who 1 will enter for pardon and consolati and the other door opening into t Heavens for the ascent of souls pre j pared for translation Those pessimists do not renl iz that two inventions of our times are j going to make it possible under God to bring this whole world into salt a bib and millcnial condition within a few weeks after those two inventions shall be turned into the service of God and righteousness as they will be I refer to the telegraph and tile telephone If you think that God al lowed those two inventions to Jje made merely to get rapid information i i concerning the price of railroad stocks or to call up a friend and make with him a business sego s 1 meet you have a very abbreviated 1 i iidea of what can be done and will be done with those two instruments The intelligence of the world is to be expanded and civilization will overcome barbarism nnd illiteracy will be extirpated and the promise will be literally fulfilled A nation born in a day forebodingDo spellingtoil with the sunlight in your faces or your efforts will be a failure The pallor in the sky is not another phase of the night but the whichdtonight ThinsILords are not going to be drowned in lliriamslon high Israel Delivered High hope for the home High hope for the High hope for the world I introduce the angel of Hope to those who have through decease lost Christian friends How could I find them says a bereft soul up there in the land of the multitudinous You may find them by inquiry by unfoilingIgatesspirit thetj descending out of from God having the glory of Godj and her light was like unto a stone most precious even like a jas clear as crystal and haul a wall and high and had 12 gates an1 at the gates 12 angels So you see there will bp an angel guarding each hate As you go in ask the armed passrdirectiond indgold mansion prepared The blessed Christ knows where your departed lured one is He will tell you ifno one else will Fifty ways of finding out the whereabouts of your ascended one But will I surely know Him when I tget there for he will be so changed Yes for you will be just as much clanged and the old affinity will as sort itself The soul will be as easily by soul there as on the body is distinguished b3 the body mudsic in your parlor has not been detparted pa3er tarotitsounniug Put up before you on the music board the notes of the hymn of feaac Watts and sing There Is a Land of Pure Delight or James Montgomerys hymn Who- reA These In Bright Array V or iH- I1snore Bennetts Sweet Bye and Bye or Jerusalem the Golden Take some tune in the major ktJArier playdand sing augelof Hope by you and turn the leaves and join iin tMetrA M1KflLH ID nd rinf Iteuuion with a e ffinn lost JerlasUng oiI t any mansion No goodby at any of e 12 gates No more dark apparel1 eatface uplifted but Hope there will be on tiptoe or beckoning you to follow saying Come and hear the choirs sing Come and see the procession march Come and see the river of lifehroll Come with me over the hills 1rise into everlasting heights Celes tfni Alps and Himalayas hoisted into other Alps and Himalayas Prom this hour cultivate hope Do so by reading nil the Scriptural prom- Ises of the worlds coming Edenization and doubt if you dare the veracity of the Almighty when He says lIe will make the desert roseate and the leop ard and the kid will lie down in the fame pasture field and the lion ceas ing to be carnivorous will become eatingstraw like an ox and reptilian venom shall change intoharmlessnessso the weaned child shall put his hand on the cockatrices den and there shall be nothing to hurt or destroy in all Gods holy mountain for the earth shall be full of the knowledge of the Lord as the waters cover the sea So much for largeIhope in regard to tvour own health your own financial prosperityj your own longevity by seeing how in other people God mercifully reverses things and brings to pass the unexpected remembering battlesnthan he gained but triumphed at the and further by making sure of our eternal safety through Jesus understand that you are on th ay to palaces and thrones This life a span long ending in durations of bliss that neither human nor arch angelic faculties can measure or est materedoence of a springtime that never ends nnd fountains tossing in the light cf a sun that never sets May thrill us with anticipation of this immortal glee Which hope I said in the opening of this subject that my text was only the wave on the beach while the whole verse from hich it is taken is an ocean But the ocean tides are coming in and the sea getting so deep I must fall back wading out as I waded in for what mortal can stand before the mighty gladrieness heard neither bath entered into the heart X man the things which God ebath prepared for them that love Him Preacher hail Good Luck Rev Mr Babcock of Converse Indv whose wife had beei blind for ten years brought her to a specialist in Kokomo for treatment He left her there for a few days but on his return his wife was absent He went to- na auction sale of lots in the suburbs in which one lot was given free Mr Babcock won the free lot When he went back to the doctors home he joy hadebeen coiapleUb restored I d I A Fa OLIVER BLacksmithand Undertaker HIOKSIAN KENTUCKY GIVE 1IE A TRIAL when you Fast repairingWagoni puth1IUndertakers Goods IllaeLAcubefi ttedup In reeobrJIlL Shop near the Tan LIVERY STABLEOPPOSITE RB DEPOT J H POLLOCK Fropr First surreyscarriages Pqtrounce Cash Book Store Splendid Selection of SEW BOOKSSTATIONERY STATIONERYNOTIONS Calland see our Stock Ever thing up to date MARY BERENDES ct Co I CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are hereto stay Nobody will appreciate your atronago or take more pleasure in try lug to please yon than WA old reliable barbers R U t1LD ELL WILL OUOWELI DR S K DAVIDSON 1encistt HIOKMAN KENTUCKY Offloa over Oowgill Oovrgilla Urnc store C E BAKEE roverthPowell Block Ollntop St Having purchased the Grocery Stock of J C Bondurant would be ple sd la l1 ave all old friends to call Fresh Good and Choice Bargains W J BARRY CO AT BUCKXERS ULD SHOP make you a Buggy to order WillRepair or Paint your old one SLACKSM1THING OF ALL KINDS ALL WORK GUARANTEED U F Icnilry Jot W Icnn tt BENNETT i REMLfcY =ATIOSNEYS ATLAW =Will practice in all Oonrts especially the Courts of Hiokman and Fulton counties Mr Bennetts office will remain atrClinton and Mr Kemleys in Hickman I The Big Four Route SystemtComprisinge 2500 Miles of Superb Roadwt3 Builtand Equipped In the Most Approved Manner of Modern Railway Construction The Passenger Train Service of this IIBfO FOUR ROUTE provides 200 Passenger Trains per day ifqulrtal for their operation 150 Passenger Locomotive X50 Passenger Cars Vv t 25 Parlor Cars 20 Dining and Cafe Cars 1 IB addition to which Sixty PfillnM Sleepers are in Continuous Servki oa the Bid FOUR aad itsTUrovfh K Car Line 1 WARREN J LYNC- HCcaftHlkTktAKt w P DIPPII GRTAQJtaJnrAt Q 1 t r f 0 HE peal of the trumpet bornedown on the air When the troopS tand In battle array Rings no louder command to the veterans there Than the trumpet ot peace does today For to right and to left In grim povertys groove Gods sparrows to feed and Gods children to soothe Walt In rags and embittered by hunger and I patnIGive give and sun give Yours alone Is i gainiTo the heart all In darkness with grief for too dead s Gveirvvord from sweet 6harllys store To the heir of the slums as he begs for his i bread A Tvaljpome and wide open doon Ant say as he stands there cast up by the scti That has brought better fortune to you and to me Tli rice welcome take freely look up and be gay And share of Ilia bounty my brother today To the lone Hrl ken wldew the child at hu kl1pl Who cuffer in silence and tears Go sister and as God has given to thee GIce Jojpuly banish their fears And carry away from black povertys tent A bloslng that bears to you pence and content And a heffrt that with every beat seema10- sa I have doae one goad deed I am happy to day For today of all days In the swiftpassing year Must we welcome the poor of the earth And kill with a handshake a smRo and a tear All barriers of fortune or birth T1 broad on the waters that comes band by IVith a benison angels might seek from on high I Sweet whisper of conscience that cheers on the way todayJohn a fPAST1ts TitANKfGIVING t aSv HAS Robs LANGOOK GQ- I METH1XG had to be done Such was the verdict of the good ule of peoII on a certain October Sunday The treasurer a young man who had re cently come to the village had made a financial statement that morning upon wfiieli certain persons felt very gilt hvsijandaliud Sucha thing had = v4r le5nwilotiegltrfore = tuoiw n- rj thought of then It revealed the fact Shut the Rev Wesley Norwood had received but 5175 for six months of faithful service I dont believe in bringingup such matters in the religious services of the church growled llrother Cook who always protested that it was a waste of money to pay the minister 80 much Jl1an uf quite agree with you responded 2tfrlarnes lie was not a member of the church but attended because it waSja respectable thing to do gave o standing If these things must come up every Sunday 1 shall attend church elsrwhere Notwithstanding this it was generally agreed that it was a shame and something must be done But when things bad gone in a haphazard way tolpng it was no easy matter to face Tight about After several weeks of deliberation the necessary something seemed as far from accomplishment as tJer M is too bad that they do not col lect the pastors salary remarked Mrs Hunter at the Ladies Aid meet ing Who she meant by they was slut entirely clear inasmuch as she was one of the officers If no one else will do anything we must rejoined Mrs Allen the various Members nodded approval It was soon planned The pastor liad received S5175 they would pay liim 9525 make it even 15oand have enough left in the treasury for incidental matters On Thursday evening of next week which was Thanksgiving they would invite themselves to the parsonage and have a good time white making the pastor happy It would be easy to prepare something extra while getting ready for rha ksg ing It was to be a grand secret not a soul but members of the society should know a word of Jr May I not tell John stammered timid Mrs Addie Day She was but re I centlyjnarried and disliked to have ever so little a secret from her hus bandScornful glances from the more mature matrons warned her that she was about to lose caste In the society sad she quickly subsided At the close of the business meeting of the Young Peoples league the president made a close scrutiny to as sure himself that all present were members he then proposed that as u tliey would not do anything the league take up the matte- rnrunderstanJthat we have nearly 960 in the treasuryse could pay the pastor S4S50 bring1 the salary up to 100 and have enough left to pay all bills and begin the new year out of debt If we do this I suggest that we observe the utmost secrecy and make Ua complete surprise All readily agreed to tilt plan and pledged the proper reticence in the matter Four of the most faithful met after t Prjyer meeting todiseuss the situation n1tdecided that they must at once r oiectVf2il2V the balance necessary F S f to pay the six months salary due This they proceeded to do so quietly that no one surmised a general canvass was being made Before Sunday the entire amount was secured Friday after school the Junior leaguers met nod decided that inasmuch as the grownup folks would not help in the matter theywould do what they could so they voted to pay over every bit there was in the treasury Upon counting 2X25 was found to be the correct amount Oh girls cried Lottie Newman as she made some figures in the treas urers book it will make just even 73i and I hope we can get enough to make it a hundred After the choir had run over tho Sun day hymns some ono proposed that they pay the proceeds of the lastcon THE SITfATIOX I cert on the salary The sum was 3025 after referring to the margin of his anthem hook the chorister rc ported that It would make 52 all told On Thanksgiving evening they would call at the parsonage and surprise the pastor with a check for this amount Perhaps it ou somewhat atone for the sin of whispering during the sermon Thanksgltiug day Wits a trying time for thesNorwood The baby waseick the night before and kept them awake when they did get to rest they over slept What with rushing to pet break j fast over and make ready for the sere ice at church prayers were shortened and the chapter omitted altogether Before the dishes were put away Hob 1001Ies6cdlike interruptions Mrs Norwood and the children were unavoidably late to I church I jls n thv v atEl din tier n p t wets almost withi n re bellious heart that thanks were of fered for the scanty meal before them They had never thought to keep the day with such a meager fare as this Under the plea of pressing work Mr Nowood presently left the table and repaired to his study where he worked all the afternoon on funeral sermon he was to preach uII next day lie had quit his own dinner that the children might not goII hungry Between him and his mon floated visions of hungry mouths j j and eyes pleading stronger than injj words for food The sermon would not be made j The wife succeeded no better with her own work Sonic one kept run ning in all the afternoon until she dpI Glared positivelyJ that she would notjj go to the door for another caller which resolution she broke almost immediately At last when the days tasks were ended and the children tired and hungry had been early sent to bed she came and laid her hands in her husbands and looking into his eyes said tearfully- Oh Wesley I am so tired Everything has gone wrong today The I children never were so naughty before What will people say about I Robbie fighting The flourbarrel is empty the potatoes arc all gone and we have not a thing in the house for breakfast only bread and butter and the grocer sent us word yesterday that we could not have another thing until we paid him What shall we do After which lengthy and some what incoherent speech the laid her bend on his shoulder and found refuge in tears Never mind dear the Lord will provide then he slowly added as if in an afterthought someway A few minutes later Pastor Nor wood was bowing to the organist who slipped a check into his hand and said properly With the compli ments of the choir Just as they were seated the doorbell rang again and this time the Junior league marched en masse and the astonished minister stood speechless with a check in either hand Then the older league came and presently the La dies Aid and last of all the trustees all adding their offerings and crowd ing the small rooms Each party looked stiffly askance at the other wondering bywhat trickery their secret had become known Mrs Hunter glanced sharply at Addie Day as iif to accuse that young matron ofI treachery but that timid soul Shook her head so violently that it seemed she would dismember it in assevera tion that shedid not tell her John Suddenly a Junior audaciously shoutedI why cant we we all go to the church and have a good time1 It was the suggestion that averted impending war A fire soon removed the chill from the room and the lights shone brightly on a reconciled and happy gathering By the time the jrounger Norwoods had been routed I r from their beds and brought to the theSundnysecond time that day enjoyed a Thanksgiving feast After an hour of social discourse and song the treasurer arose anti said uA few days since our pastor had received but a mere pittance for nianP y months of faithful labor Whila he had wrought earnestly for the church and its societies so that for the first time in all sperousunselfishlJforgotlIis wood you miiit permit me to finish Then one society and another by concjocUthepleasant ThanksgivingI surprises It is needless tto say we have surprised DISCUSSING each other quite as well But best of all I find that in the few days of un conscious cooperation we have in creased the amount paid on salary IQ just 500 This shows what we eats do if we all work together r move you as a congregation that we in crease our pastors salary from 500 to SSOO a year It was carried with a rush even Brother Cook assenting Pastor Nor wood arose and with tears of joy trickling down his cheeks thanked them simply Some said they sung the doxology as never before at least there were two voices that rangout with n new inspiration of faith When they were once more at home and the children in bed Wesley Norwood again took his wife Into his arms and opening his Bible at a place much marked and worn they rend to gether with the guileless faith ot children And it shall come to tjass h f r t r 1 r ierrt t e Jt j 1 spealc will hearlatns Horn hIFts IMIKSUUVKH TurkeyGuess Ill smoke cigar ettes till Thanksgiving and then I killingChicagoDaily Who Kixcil Thanksgiving Hayf According to the Boston Transcript it was a woman who was the means of haying a definite day in the year set apart for the national observance of Josphahalethe first womans magazine published in this country worked for 20 years to accomplish this end Time did not daunt her courage but rather in creased her insistence She wrote to governors of states and to presidents of the United States At last Presi dent Lincoln adopted her suggestion in 18C4 when there was reason to rejoice over the success of the north in restoring the union A Minnie of the flay It is said that a certain minister was in the habit of selecting the texts of his Thanksgiving day discourses from the Book of Lamentations The ele gies of the weeping prophet have their place in the sacred volume There is a time for everything and there are occasions in which the mournful dirge fittlngbut giving day is the glad carol and the daysinand to strike at social and political wrongs Let this one day at least be thanlcsgiingllaptistUnion Forget Not Forget not all Ills benefits Ifrwe do not give thanks for them we9o1 forget them and that is iinjust as well as unkind since in all Gods favors there is so ruth that is memtijAbJe Matthew Henry t One Good Thing Thanksgivinturkey I kin be a little thankful anyhow I wont halter listen to any kicklc fum himWashingtog Stark M 1 MISCELLANEOUS ITEltrSI Iflu British blackrat almost entire during the last hun IIJ d years by the brown Norwegian t is carefully protected and pre served on an estate at Grccnltcs Mont gomeryIt that Canada is soon to have her own mint and that the gold coins will be called beavers In value the beaver will correspond to our eagle ten dollars double beaver 20 and half beaver five dollars The pot office department has let a contract to an automobile company at Minneapolis for carrying the mails between the post office and substations and making collections from the letter boxes in the business section of the cityIn Englishreadingtitusto put their feet on the cushions or seats of the carriages Underneath one of these inscriptions a humorist addedor they willi dirty your boots The British are the largest drinkers of beer in the world and the consumption is growing The quantity of beer absorbed in 1390 amounted to 1298 766000 gallons or not much less than 20SOOOOOO cubic feet in other words the contents of a reservoir 2000 feet long 1000 feet wide and 304 feet deep- A landowner is liable for a nuisance created by another person according to a Massachusetts decision in the gale of H derrick with a guy rope stretcher across a highway so low as to be dangerous to travelers where the landowner permitted it to remain after he had knowledge of it though it wns erected 1 by a license distilleryvasdiscovered dayinRussian Jews Its capacity was 150 gallons of proof spirits a day and its profits were 500 a week A wagon load of its products was captured and the officers found the place by allowing the horse to choose its own route homeward THE CHARM OF YOUTH A Young Woman Gnu Afforil to tie Cnrelenn In Her Treatment of the World There is a charm in youth and hap piness that carries a certain amount of thoughtlessness for a time Yet this charm is only a passing one and soon fails to win consideration if it is not accompanied by a rertain dignity of poise and wisdom and tact which youth as well as age may possess The old saying beauty is only akin deep is daily proved by the su perior charm which genuine beauty of character exerts on the mot trivial minded of individuals No young woman can afford to be bluff and careless in her treatment of thi worldMtifInlbthgo1 c7nys j Itg colonial times manual work was more necessary than exact culture but they have paused The maker of doughnuts and dumplings was a more important factor in the society of a hundred years ago than the skillful teacher or worker in any skilled field today Women did not have time to be properly educated Their energies were limited to their homes All this is changed says the New York Tribune The world demands of anyone who would reap its rewards of success a great deal of intelligence and also unselfishness It demands good man ners which have their root in unselfishness and thought for others A wise young woman who expects to succeed in any vocation hoes not ex pect any consideration because of her thoughtless youth She aims to be thoughtful and considerate as well as helpful A girl who is called to enter a family as a companion governess or even as a serving maid may be so tactful and thoughtful that she is invaluable or she may be so thoughtless that everyone In the house is relieved when she takes her departureOne the greatest elements of success which a young woman can possess is the power of effacing her own personality in her work so quick ly and so well that the worker is for gotten in the perfection of her work The aid her helpful hand has given the tact and care she has exercised make her invaluable She manages to make herself useful and agreeable to young and old It is the number less thoughtful things she has done which a careless woman might have neglected to do which has been the greatest value of her work as well as her skilled knowledge When one sees a hurried crowd of schoolgirls possessed of the radiant charm of youth but full of carelessness and slangy and coarse in their language as the youth of the begin ning of the twentieth century often lire one becomes thoughtful Xo one wishes a young person to be anything but happy but there is a certain joyousness which is possessed of a sweet seriousness of manner A wellbred refined woman trained for any work succeeds far better today than a coarse loud woman in any position in life The time has gone by when eS uberant youth will be accepted as an excuse for bad manners filch Americans Victimized According to a number wellknown art dealers a flourishing industry is now established at Paris for selling bogus paintings to rich Americans among whom the picturebuying habit has grown greatly during the pastfew years Several French artists whose work is popular in America purpose aiding the dealers to uproot the fraud ulent business which they say has now increased to the proportions of wholesale robbery involving one or two houses that have hitherto been consid eredrespectable tfAt t f RELIABLE k ii- RB B RETARDI Has a Superior Stock of the best makes atONEvery market justifies ALL GOODS GUARAiWEHD AS REPI RESENTEDI I ROOTING JL SPECIALTY IIJ HlCKMAN EifT CITY Capital Stock paid in50OOOSurplus and Undivided Profits 20000 TermActrespectfullysolicited o The Funds and Securities of this Bank are protected by the Hosier Patent Screw Door Safe Has never yet been Opened by Burglars o R T CublerOAaat Cashier IIICKMAN WAGON CO HANCrACTCIlERM UF THE CELKUBATB taLaKyiTJLITYPOWERHEllLTH RESTORED The weak made strong by tho use of NERVOTABLETS A SPECIFIC for all SEXUAL WEAKNESS and Nervous Troubles FAILINo matter how hopeless the case may seem Astonishing and quick results They supply the Nerves Brain and Blood with the most power concentratedERVE and BLOOD FOODsXldTR U E Natural Vegetable Tonic are quickly assimilated restoring Lost Vital- Ity naturally and are the product of the latest most Nervo Tabletspermanently skillful and learned research la elMSatenaevery time used ThCJbtgln at the seat of tile dl ense and act on the andWIILost ManhoodImpotencv Night Losses Vericocele bad effects of Tobacco and Whiskey VertigoStVitusd the genl and Weal should ulle ta Seas lretent ParalysIs Consumption Women them Therwill bring the Bloom of Health to Palo Faces add pleasure to life We could clvc Thous ands of Testimonials but your best way is to try them We refund the money Ifa euro la not nt1 ted Try them and If you want It you can have your money hack just for the asking Price we a box of ten days treatment Six boxes 820 Securely sealed by mail Postage stamps taken same as cash Address THE NERVO REMEDY CO 858 West Jefferson tit LoWVjlio Ky Solo Agents for tho United States Sold by Cowgill Cowgill I TexasNU 1tQlI1Jelt Route Ijsjpmf Cairo and pointsttirrArkansas Louis hat Texas and ndian and Okla j ma Territories Mgreatly reduced t filt jJ iifefl syouwt to go also iyhen you would Met to leave and wa jrtn tell you when you can team one t 5 of the low nte tickets and what It wilt j tost We will also send you complete iIniereadngi11- M T PA faMt11R t w uieume fcpad TH suik Leaves Chicago at 630 p m dally VIA THE CHICAGO MilWAUKEE ST PAUL RAILWAY r Arrives St Paul at 750 a m II Minneapolis 830 a m TIN Only Perfect Worldt 1t ar r- r r i I i THE INING TROUBLES i One Killed and Four Wounded Near fla1t is01icIlls IKy A Well Directed Fire Was Poured Into the Houses Occupied By the NonUnion Employes and Their Families ISMlnlngtroublesshed Sunday morning Jas H Smith a Negro striker Is dead Geo Crouch another striker Is fatally wounded while John West Hut Dawson and Na than Bush all guards are wounded troubleidence Coal Co 17 miles from here whore an attack began at about 130 oclock The attacking party some 7f enginEhousecompanys stables were surrounded A horse and a mule were killed and Bythisac- tive and the attackers formed In s semicircle over the brow of the hill From there they poured a well direct bJthelies Men aroused by the crash of bul lets rushed to small timber piles ar ranged for use in such an emergency JfirJ ftrttThe attacking party while sending volley after volley Into this quarter kept up a steady fire on the tiplot engine room stable and other buildings of the company while the guards for their part were doing effective work The battle raged for almost an hour and a half when the assailants with drew leaving Smith dead and Crouch shot through and through on the field How many wounded they took with them is not known but the leader was seen to fall and it Is believed some of the party who went to his rescue were hit- County Judge Hall at Providence started an Investigation An Inquest was held the coroners jury verdict be- Ing that the Negro came to his death at the hands of the guards while de- fendIng life and property and they were therefore justifiable The news of the shooting spread like wildfire It was not long before the news reached AdjtOen Murray who at once com menced an Investigation opening up communication with the governor Following the battle at the Provi dence mine there were riots at other Kentucky mines An attack was made on the mine guards at the Monarch mines three miles from Earlington puJsedTwoCo at Mortons Gap were fired upon a by a man who sprang from behind a tree There was much trouble at oth er places but neither Injury nor loss of life followed Madisonville Ky Nov l8Two companies of state troops have been ordered out The Madisonville com pany Is doing patrol duty in the out skirts of town and the Hopklnsvllle company of the Kentucky state guard under command of Capt H Thomas and Second Lien Robert D Bellamy reached here at 11 oclock Sunday night There are but 30 of the men as orders reached Hopklnsville but short while before train time The company has an enlisted strength ol 70 men and those who cold not be found Sunday night will fobow In the t morning In command of First LieutGoo 1V Phelps Maj E B Bassett of the 3d regiment of Hopkinsville accompanied the troops Adjt Gen Murray was out In a statement Sun day night in which he declares he fIE determined that lawlessness shall be suppressed A detail of 20 men started for the Providence mine Sunday night as the trash having the troops aboard passed the Norton vllle camp located in the woods near the railroad camp fires could be ob served and the scene was one of bus noSt at the train At the Madlsonvillc camp the stril- era were astir A searchlight recently placed on top of a coal tipple near r Madisonville was thrown on the camp About 150 men were there handling their arms and walking about betwee- their tents A MEMORfAL ARCH i The Empress Dowager Has Issued A Edict Eulogizing the Late LI Hung Chang Poking Nov 18The empress low agar has issued another edict eulo gizing the late LI Hung Chang and ordering the erection of a memorial arch near his birthplace The edict also directs that he rank of marquis con erred upon the eldest son of the late Chinese statesman In his own right shall descend through 23 generations It confers high rank upon the othe-k of Earl LI upon wht D the post 41humouarank of marquis Las been be hr stowed and confers dignities upon his grandsons together with lucrative of fices Asphalt in Michigan Escanaba Mich Nov 18 Analysis of asphalt discovered near Rapid river 3 at the head of Little bay ihows that the product found is composed of 40 parts of high grado lubricating oil and CO parts of pure asphaltum equal in quality to the famous Trinidad prod uct Fought Over Greet Vienna Nov ISAfter a fierce fight I ItoIman Catholic students out of the great lightingtcontinued outside theJtmlMIng r- a Johnny Obeyed Children said the teacher while in trwctiug the class in composition you fanybutwhatiBper IODS writings or draw inspiration from outside sources Johnny1VieU compositionVef ra but what mebaretyro apples one piece of pie out stick lemon candand my dinner Baltimore Amen can a JiiNt the Man thedetetilrtfllelentjngbeen taking in more money than any two men we have and I wart him collared as quickly as you can All rigbli Ill have him in jail in less tan a week puthimI ton Transcript p Theodore Hud Its luwesUueutII met your father and we took to one another borrowteame your hand after that EdithDo I Im afraid youve made a i J 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and requests for Presents to C tty BROWN 4241 Folsom Ave St Louis Mo oo READERS OF TIltS TAPER DKSIIUNG TO BCV AXTTUINQ AOVKRTISED IX ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVING WHAT TUEY ASK FOR REFUSING ALL SrBSTmTKS OR IMITATIONS IDattime Sold bydrcseint A N KE 1892 V1IKV YVK1T1XG TO AI VKUTIEK1j- ileaur tatc tliat you atv llir AUvrrlUo sorest In this IUllIIr d In I L 1902 II 1 ri a The Hickman Courier GEORGE WARREN Publisher HICKMAN KENTUCKY J CURRENT TOPICS King Leopold has abandoned his in tention to visit America Sir Thomas Lipton says there an no girls like American girls No large comet has appeared within our environment since that of 18S2 The hide of the hippopotamus iu some parts is fully two inches thick fj In nine of the great cities of the United States there are 200190 tcle phones Experiments have demonstrated that doors of wood covered with tin resist fire better thau those made of ironThe shark holds the record for long distance swimming A shark has been known to coyer SOO miles in three daysSarah Bcrnhardt says that she re hearsed Cleopatra 500 times before It was finally presented to an audi ence Nearly a half billion pounds of tea were consumed in the year IflOO in countries other than the sources of productionThe Richard P Bland will haven monument erected to his memory in Lebanon Mo by the citizens of that place A statistical item of interest to women is that today women are two Inches taller on an average than they were 25 years ago The corn crop of the United States In 1000 2103102510 bushels was lar per than for any other year since the record crop of 1S9G During the FrancoGerman war 23 Goo French soldiers died of smallpox while the Germans who had been alt vaccinated lost only 2GS A twoyearold colt the Duke of Westminster was sold in England the other day for 21000 guineas consid erably more than 100000 Out of every 1000 English people 1hcre are GS Marys CG Williams 62 Johns and Cl Elizas No other name claims as many as 40 in the 1000 In some parts of the north of Scot land fish rCol1 turn back if a hare or jrig crosses their path and at sea they never pronounce the name of the hare the pig the salmon the trout t or the dog t The longest horsedrawn railway in the world runs from Buenos lyres to the town of San Martin a distance of 50 miles Thirteen hours is allowed for the distance and trains run every hour l onII f 1l1nFran burliig 45 hours s mountain which is near Nimes slid t ex 4citement among the people living in the neighborhood The United States produces only a email part of the barley crop of the world For 1900 the total for this country was only 53920000 bushels out of 021070000 bushels for the coun tries whose crops are reported All rivers of Africa have several re markable peculiarities They seek the ocean that is farthest away from their source their course is ha broken by falls and their mouths are stopped by numerous sand banks A manmade volcano exists in Bet gium which has been burning con tinuously for nearly 100 years and emits vast columns of black smoke rendering the neighboring country barren baked and utterly unprofitable D P Simpson a horse buyer in northwestern Kansas has adopted a new plan of buying horses lie pays EO much a pound Good drivers are quoted at 11 cents a pound farm horses 10 cents and ordinary plugs 5 centsA petrified forest covering an area of 1000 square miles has existed for centuries in Arizona Thousands and thousands of petrified logs strew the ground and represent beautiful shades of pink purple red gray blue and yellow Fashion is less conspicuous in China than in any other part of the round globe but even there a sentiment is growing in favor of allowing womens feet to grow to n larger and more nearly normal size than has hitherto been the practice The wheat crop of the world fo 1000 was nearly 167000000 bushels about 6 per cent short of the preced ing crop and about 341000000 bushels below the big total of 1893 It cx ceeded the crops of 1S9G and 1897 the latter by 367000000 bushels i The total acreage of prairie dog ton in Kansas according to the returns to the agricultural college is about 2000000 The college assumes that there is n population of 50 dogs to the acre and that the prairie dog population Is at least 100000000 Caravan robbing in Tripoli seems a profitable as holding up pay trains One captured by Arabs at a place called Damerghon consisted of 13000 amels laden with corn ivory ostrich feathers and skins all valued at 825 000 In the fight 210 men were killed Russia and Austria arc the only large European countries which pro duce more meat than they scat Tlicir yearly surplus amounts to 105000 tonsIn Siberia rivers flow over ice old and solid as rock A tributary of the Lena river has underneath the soil1 which forms the bell of the river a bed of pure ice over nine feet thick y It is slated that when Lord Salts bury rests his elbow on something his speech flows unchecked but that when the rest is taken away from him he is baltiDc and undecisive in his speech t itf f STILL A PRISONER I Brigand Leaders Can Not Agree as to the Amount of Ransom For Miss Ellen M Ston Sofia Bulgaria Nov 1STho bri gands who aotfncted Miss Ellen M Stone the American missionary and Mme Tsflka her companion have not yet replied to the latest proposals of Mr Dickinson diplomatic agent of the United States in Sofia This Is due tc tho fact that the band has many lead ers and that the latter are unable to agree among themselves There Is a general Impression here that time is being frittered away while whiting for the brigands to reduce their demands It Is felt that the only means from which matters can be brought to a head Is to inform them as to the amount available for ransom and to declare that this can not be in creased for any consideration what ever Such an ultimatum might en danger the life of Miss Stone but it is more probable that the brigands wll accept this condition Besides every days delay imperils her life not so much on the score ol the brigands themselves but by res son of the exposure and strain she is undergoing THE CHARLESTON EXPOSITION It Will Open Next Sunday Week With Religious Exercises By All De nominations Charleston S C Nov lSNcx1 Sunday week the exposition will oper here with religious exorcises In whicb all denominations will take part The musical programme will be rendered under the direction of Mme Barbet opening with an odo written for the occasion by George Herbert Sasas nndij set to music by Prof Theodore I I The formal opening of the exposition will take place on Monday December 2 Chauncey M Depew of New York will deliver the principal oration and I I President Roosevelt will start wheels moving by wire from the tllEII house The president has accepted at f witilhisI birthday and It is hoped he will be able to remain here several days e number of entertainments having amollltbemI exposition company This week the finishing touches will be given to tho exterior Of the expo sition buildings and the work of deco rating the interior will be completed Exhibits are arriving each day BATTLE WITH BANK ROBBERS kwoMcn Are Dead and a Constable lantJVr wi ttra Condition Sioux City Ia Nov 18John Sun blad who was shot In the battle with Greenville bank robbers at Albert City Saturday died Sunday He was one of the prominent merchants of Albert CityConstable Lodine who was shot In the groin is in a critical condition The robber who was shot in the stomach died Sunday morning He refused to give his name or the name admittedsthat they had robbed the bank These men a Negro and a white man also admit robbing the bank Besides 435 In money recovered from the burglar they confess to having secreted 50C In a cornfield SENATOR CULLOM The Illinois Statesman Will Be Chair man of the Senate Foreign Re lations Committee Washington Nov 18 Senator Cul tom of Illinois will be chairman of the foreign relations committee of the senate to succeed the late Senator Dais Senator Cullom said Sunday- I can not understand why rumors to the effect that I was undecided whether or not to take this chairman ship should be put into circulation I have had no other intention since Mr Frye declined the honor Mr Culloms decision to accept this chairmanship will cause him to resign the chairmanship of the committee on Interstate commerce BURIED UNDER SLAG eadlr Burned at the Axle Works Homestead Pa Homestead Pa Nov InOf a party of workmen buried Sunday under a mass of molten slag at the Howar- axle works John Rusk aged 50 years Is dead and Andrew Hulsl aged 33 and George SiskI aged 50 are badly burned The accident occurred on th cinder lump of the companys plant The victims were engaged In collecting scrap when a party of workmen at the top of the dump about 20 foott above dumped their car over the edge not knowing that the men were direct ly beneath them The car containedI about eight tons of slag a great part of which was red hot and much of it In a molten state Guard Waldrupe Dead Leavenworth Kan Nov UJ B Waldrupe a guard at the Ft Leaven worth military prison who was shot during the mutiny at that institution on November 7 is dead Twentysix mutineers now become liable to a charge of murder Broke All Records Paris Nov ISAn American mad locomotive No 2999 on the Paris Ly ons 4 Mediterranean line drawing 14 cars atotal of 181 tons ran at tho rat of 130 kilometers 81 miler per hour the other day breaking all records PUBLIC ALARMED f Nine Deaths From Lockjaw Fol lo inoni t THE OFFICIALS TO INVESTIGATE h Several Cases of Tetnuus Followed Vaccination in Philadelphia But No Official Action Was Taken Ii At Bridgeton N J Two Women who i Were Vaccinated Several Days Ago Are in a Critical Condition Philadelphia Nov 19The alarm that was caused by the nine cases of tetanus following vaccination in Camden N J has aroused the city omI daIs there to take action in the mat ter The board of health and the board of education each held meetings Monday The former decided to request physicians to cease vaccinating per sons until an investigation as to the cause of the lockjaw cases has been made and the latter rescinded the or der of compulsory vaccination of all school children Of the nine cases of tetanus so far reported seven of thoi victims have died and the other two are still in a dangerous condition The board of health appointed a committee of three to act in conjunc tion with the county physician and make a complete investigation of then whole matter Dr H H Davis presi dent of the board in stating the pur believeIof tetanus but as the community was thoroughly aroused and the people are looking to the board of health for believeIsomething should be done There have been several cases of tetanus following vaccination reported- In Philadelphia but no official actfon1i has been taken Appealed to the Courts The question of compulsory vaceijJ nation of school children and teacherd has been taken to the courts and reoJ suited in a verdict in favor of vacein tion The case was that of a girls high school teacher who refused to bo vaccinated She was suspended by the school board and she carried her case to court The hoard was sustained and the teacher was dismissed from the service of the city She took an appeal to the superior court Monday Cornor Dugan of this city has prom ised the antivaccination society of Anuuiw1n 1ta ur ip EfaireSTmhe death of JogeptiGbltm a boy of Bristol Pa who died in a hospital here from tetanus alleged to have followed vaccination The coro ners physician is now engaged In mak ing an autopsy tt- At Bridgeton N J Miss HildaRo cap a well known music teacher is in a critical condition as a result of vaccination Miss Rocap a few days ago was vaccinated on one of her limbs The whole side of her bodyfbe came paralyzed and she is suffering greatly A specialist at Philadelphia lies been sent for to make an exami nation I Atlantic City N J Nov 19Bes Mpnday vaccinated This Is the third death from lockjaw here in the past two weeksAccused of Causing Deaths St Louis Nov 19Coroner Funk houser rendered a verdict finding the St Louis health department negligent In the preparation of diphtheria an titoxin that caused the deaths by lock jaw tetanus of seven children to whom It was recently administered for diphtheria Established His Innocence Vienna Nov 19At Lembourg an Austrian officer named Stilling after suffering four years imprisonmont on a charge of treason in supplying to Russia the plans of an Austrian for tress obtained a revision of his trial and succeeded in establishing his in nocence Died on the Way Home Kansas City Mo Nov 19D P Dreggors of Punta Gordo Fla died at the Blossom house in this city Mon day He was on his way home from Trinidad Col whore he had sought relief from consumption Mr Dreg gors was formerly a railroad man in Georgia RussiadBaku Russia Nov 19An oil well on ground rented from tho crown for live kopecs per pood by the Baku atethe rate of a million poods daily Work has been stopped owing to a fear Df a conflagration Three Children Burned to Death Antigo Wis Nov 19Three chill Iron of John Sewitzke were burned to death in a fire which destroyed a farm house at lagladow 24 miles from acre The mother had gone a quarter of a mile away for water and before ihe returned the house was in ruins Beer LossesI London Nov 19Lord Kitchener abllng Monday to the war office from Pretoria reports that since Novem aer 7 the British columns have killed 13 and wounded 16 Boers and that 297 ave been taken prisoners Sword For Cavalry Abolished government says a dispatch from Simla to the Daily Express has abolished Brite ish and Indian and a short rifle will be issued to all mounted troops V HER HEALTH AFFECTED mother Letter Has Been Received From Miss Ellen M Stone the Abducted Missionary Sofia Nov 19Another letter has een received from Miss Ellen M tone Her health has been some hat affected by her continual routine Mont and bad fare but she expresses herself as still confident of ultlmatoII ielease A letter to Mr Dickinson iliplomatic agent of the United States it Sofia replying to his proposals con jornlng a ransom says the brigands hill Bold out for a figure very much above the sum at Mr Dickinsons rom Want Tho brigands interpret Mr Dickin sons not having fixed on the sum he I is willing to pay and on a time limit is being indications that he can get more money They also demand Im munity from prosecution But It Is Impossible for the diplomatic agent it the United States here to have power to bind the governments of Bulga 1 via and Turkey This point however s not likely to be a serious obstacle inII the way of negotiations Washington Nov 19Another cablegram received from United States Consul General Dickinson at Sofia Monday indicates that while Miss Stone has not yet been ransomed there Is reason for feeling reassured as to her future The dispatch furnished evidence that Mr Dickinson Is in direct communication with the bri gands or their agents CENSUS BUREAU BULLETIN Distribution of Chinese and Japanese- in the Western States and Territories Washington Nov lDTbe census Bureau Monday issued a bulletin show- Ing the distribution of Chinese and Japanese in the western states and territories by counties It shows that ot the 119050 Chinese returned at the fihh census 25767 were enumerated In Hawaii 3116 in Alaska 304 at mil taO and naval stations abroad and 9 lSGS In the United States proper Of tho latter number C7729 were found In the western states and territories- Of the 86000 Japanese returned in jlflOO 61111 were enumerated In Ha tfaii 279 in Alaska 234 at military and naval stations abroad and 24326 in the United States lproper Of the lat for number 2337C were found in the western states and territories The statement shows a general in oryttse ot Japanese tor the past ten dears and a decrease of Chinese for the same time although the change in the Chinese is not so widely dist lbuted 1 TROLLY CAR DYNAMITED T5V Ptaeed tleTMiclWof Ith e Green Ridge Line Washington Avenue Scranton Pa ScVanton Pa Nov 19Another trolly car was dynamited Monday night In the city limits A stick of dynamite supposedly was placed on the track of the Green Ridge line on Washington avenue near Marion street and when the car wheel struck it there was an explosion that shattered the wheel the mechanism beneath the car and nearly all the windows There was no one on the car at the time except the motorman and conductor nonunion men They were thrown from their feet and cut by flying glass but escap ed serious injury This Is the fourth incident of this kind within ten days The damage in each instance is about the same Indi eating that the same style of cart ridge Is being used Col J T K Hayward Dead Chicago Nov 19Col J T IHay- ward who had charge of the construe tion of the Hannibal C St Joseph railroad and was afterward president of that road until 1S6G died here Monday Cement Combine Grand Rapids Mich Nov 19Plans are under way for the forming of an association of Portland cement manufacturers to Include in Its control all the works In Michigan and the states west of Pennsylvania Ordered to Sign Peking Nov 19 Prince Ching tele graphs to the foreign office that he has left Kai Fong Fu with the empress instructions to conclude the Manchu rian treaty Wants Damages Norfolk Va Nov 19E 11 Burns locomotive engineer has brought suit against the Norfolk Railway and Light Co claiming false arrest for spitting In a street car- Deported From South Africa Brussels Nov 19The Petit Bleu asserts that the wife and family of Former President Steyn of the Or ange Free State have been deported from South Africa Purchased Bonds Washington Nov 19The assist ant treasurer at New York reporte- the purchase of 1715000 there Mon day of four per cent 164000 short fours and 23000 fives Indians on the Warpath Menominee Mich Nov 19It Is r ported here that Indians are on the warpath at the headwaters of Eagl- river They say one of their number was shot by a white hunter Sugar Refinery Burned Berlin Nov 19The sugar refinery at Neufahrwasser Western Prussia has been completely destroyed by fire at a loss of 4000000 marks An Anarchy Club Boston Nov 19Dartmouth college men have formed a club to consider r the doctrine of anarchy and hear different speakers on the subject TEN WERE KILLED A Terrible Wreck Occurred on the Great Northern Railway Near Blair Mont FREIGHT AND WORK TRAIN COLLIDE Almost Immediately Flames Broke j forth and Added to the HorIror of the Scene Besides the Killed TwentyEight Oth ers Were Seriously Injured Several of Whom Will Prob ably Not Recover Blair Mont Nov 19A wreck occurred on the Great Northern near here yesterday morning in which ten men lost their lives and 28 others were seriously injured An extra freight ran into a work train and it was among those on board of the latter that the terrible havoc was wrought Fortyone Japanese laborers were aioard the work train which was pro feeding westward It was expected to meet the freight at Culbertson There is a sharp curve near where the trains met and they were running at a speed of 25 miles an hour So great was the force of the impact that tho freight cars were thrown upon the top of the work train which was piled high in a mass of wreckage Almost Immediately flames brokeI forth and added to the horror of the scene Those uninjured immediately started to work to rescue those Im prisoned in the wreck whose dying groans and piteous appeals for help spurred on the workers Smashed Into Kindling Wood At the timo the accident occurred the Japanese were at breakfast and before they were aware of the impending danger the cars were smash ed Into kindling wood and the dead and dying men buried beneath the heap of wreckage Of the entire number in the car but three escaped death or Injury After an hours work all had been accounted for and there were ten dead bodies alongside the track and several men so badly in jured that it is probable they will die It was impossible to check the pro gress of the flames and soon seven of the work cars end three freight cars were in ualieo it was some time before word of the wreck could be com municated to the outside world It was necessary to send a man to Cul bertson six miles away on foot and he could not be spared for this until everything possible had been done to n hont1 c1c SOLDIER RAN AMUCK Shot and Killed Two Men on the Street at Junction City Kan A Posse in Pursuit Junction City Kan Nov 19An unidentified soldier from Fort Riley Monday night shot and killed two men on the street here About 10 oclock the soldier who is supposed to be a saddler at the fort approached R E Cooper In the middle of the street with an oath fired a pistol at him Cooper died an hour later City Marshal James White who was near by started for the scene but was shot by the soldier before he left the sidewalkWhite died a few minutes after be Ing shot The soldier continued shoot ing until his revolver was empty He turned and walked down the street swinging his revolver above his head and wildly yelling I want to die r want to die The soldier has not yet been captured but Is known to tho authorities who have organized a posse and are searching for him THAWED OUT DYNAMITE A Miner Blown to Atoms Houses Shattered and Other Persons Seriously Injured Sault Ste Marie Mich Nov 19 Two fatal accidents occurred caused by dynamite explosions in mines near the Canadian Soo at Helen Iron mine near Mlchiplcoton James Ryan a powderman was literally blown to atoms by an explosion of 5000 pounds of dynamite which he was drying by the fire Houses were shattered and several persons received minor injur ies At McMIllian copper mine near Rock Lake four miners while attempt ing To thaw out a quantity of dynamite In a blast hole were frightfully in jured by a premature explosion It is believed that all will be totally blind and that two will die New Electric Line Waukegan Ill Nov 19A deal is on foot for the construction of an 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