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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 c k St i ifj i 1 oj t IIi j w i 5 Wfl wIHE a r c BI1tCJ KM 1 t I 11 4 CO ilRIERI f 7 r p h 11 It if i i ULIJST NEWSPAPmP teN n 1 KmNT CKY r w4 f ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KY NOVEMBER 7 19O2 VOLXXXVUi NO 41 0 t 1I t JJAND j Sf as r lillineryai We have sonic good values to otTer you this season in 7J Jackets Ladies and Misses+ Wraps Cadres 350 and l11VaI 3 Ladies Beaver All Woolatworth Vii t black Kersey arc gray Jackets castor and black well worth BliO inSS+ for EG 50 Misses 27 inch Kersoy Jackets f castor und gray at 24 to 4350 +J Ladies Monte Carlo Coats this seasons nowast novelty We hnvo thorn in tau blmelt 4 nUwool horsey nt s 0G0 to SlG50 castor isand lAS MILLINERY tWe show the handsomest lane of Lanicp wd Muses tt Hats ever brought to Hickuian received now lot Misses Hats whicht Wo have just wo are selling at a very low price S t Our 1Ii1Unery department is in charge of MLqg Look of St Louis and you need but toaco herr Hats to i know that her work ic firstolac If you lauts t heap Hat she has it if you want t1 line lint she Qas e it We would be pleased to have you call and f inspect par line We gaatantee pur rtcGtt fbc th I Very lowest r v S I LTZR DODDS o t The United States Govern ment has Opened a New Field of Industry i When the agricultural department at Washington announced the inten of wan of taking fifty new graduated yong w eu and women from the agri jthroc it the coup 9Veminent in tho There is BO school or university United States where specialized tram ing can bo had along the many lines of E research being pushed by the depart ment so that there was no source from which it might draw when in need of available men This country is con stautly called upon to send out itsI experts at higher salaries than they receive here to South Africa to Hawaii to New Zealand to Japan The demand Is greater than the supply and to meat this demand it leas become necessary to educate other experts at government expense But the now profession of fortes y is i open not to fifty but to practically a many as will equip themselves Tho fedvermnent will train as many in for estry as in the agricultural lines hntt k training for the latter is only possible in tho department while for the former opportunity is wider There is such lack of foresters it will bo many a year t before enough can be procured for tho erWorkaljoad c the Profession will be full The waste 1+ Mud depletion in the timber lands is o such vast aijd alarming extent the gov erptnent is forced to take steps toward their preservation Take the pine for example No tree perhaps in tim world contributes to the wants of mankind The aroa watic odor of 4he pines is beneficial to asthmasuffererstho timber is equally good for building or for cabinet woriq the roots and bark have medical and chemical properties lampblack is made from them the bark makes the nignesc grades of char coal j alcohol and creosote are obtained from the sawdust and tho sap or gum affor spirits of turpentine and rosin Prom the Potomac to tho mouth of the to Mississippi to a distance of 150 miles back from the sea this heavy border perennial green fringes tho Atlantic and gulf coasts The southern forests of yellow pine j constitute tho biggest part of tho turII peatiie ti nbeerr of the wlfolo world Yet t toli i slog th Vld j nearly Valuc essu estimate loss ot last year was over 13000000 There are nearly 50000000 acres ofr national forest reserve in the UnitedI States and nearly 40000000 acres of government forest in the Phillippines requiring attentionmaking another need from afar for our trained men Besides this different states and pri- Vate owners are taking active interest and applying to tho forrest bureau for ofeforesters being educated at Washington and maintained in the field together to meet the demand is about 100 In time they will become experts drawing good salaries for work which is apparently limitless and in a profession where crotydinss CHEAP JUTES TO TEXAS On the first and third Tuesday of each month the Cotton Bolt will sell AransusaLouisana Oklahoma and Indian tory at ono faro plus 500 for the round trip Tickets will bo limited to three weeks for return and will allow stop ayers on the going trip liner full par tt plars and for handsome illustrated- f t pampteta Homes in the and Through Texa with a Camera writota W C Poslor Dist Pass Agt 307 Main Street Memphis Tennessee IrePrompt Dellrcry When you buy you want goods de livered promptly We guarantee this nt Threlkelds Phone 13 M A McDantel sold a fine horsE last week to Dr Snlivan of Dublin Kylie has other horses arttt mules to sell lot cash or credit I HIOKHUN WAGON CO KHFACTCRKK HF THE OKIERKATKl za1iir WAGJO h tYf o 1 r ct x DOUKHQBORS RELIGIOUS FANATH ICS MARCHING IU1 SEARCH jj H EMUSe fl5I 1i Yorkton Northwest TerrItoir i Nov IThe Doukhobors ar y was yesterday at Salt Coast thiftjjj A niileapn ifs way to Winnipeg i ISeven hundred men almost witli j cotj fienzied with religions mania a- in f a pitiable state of exhauatiSijj will attempt to read that cit tlm police and the government not interferer For ullarly thirty hours Jtl fanatical army has practicaHfl fasted iud gone without 811f1 Hour after hour the Doukhol Hc t ingtrhursdt1 fewmiles of San Coast they = leIDfi1 in the open air in the ditches it beside I tile railway tricks J c trains i1 hioat i1rsI I I i front their unconfortable resting places oft tiding stoically in ilr cold lightair with arms foW F and apparently in prayer The citizens of Yorkton only one opinion about the hantt hobors they say they are ma thaAi March hard And that they will if they do not succumb become J r uncohtroJlabletB t Before leaving Yorkton Wednes r day evening after an attempt by Mr Speers a colonization agent stop them the Doukhobors bought about 2000 worth of new i clothing As they proceeded onf their march their religious frenzy tt- t increased and they threw away hate coats arid shoes retaining on1 r 11fhc dv 4 night on the prairie Mrf Speers fearine trains might run them down instructed conductors to keepa sharp lookout for thorn PITEOUS STATE OF WOMEN The situation today is perhaps more complicated than at any time since the fanatics started on theiri weird march About 11000N Doukhobors wbmdn many of then sick andChill are huddled like i buildings in Im town Two of the women an apparently hopelessI lunatic One proclaims herself flu mother of Jews and the other1 writhes inccsantly on the floor moaning piteoisly Most of thy women are poorly clad and are ha state of nervous debility as tIt result of their Ion 3 march loss ofsleep and I ckqfj food They were forced iht6 tshelter by theofiicials but lid not break their fat for many hours j asserting thafchey wanted to live Ii as TcsiiH didwithout 00 11t The majori said they would- continue 1 I the larch with brothers II fathcis Inlands and sons I search of Chst Their infants sick from eposure and hunger and the monlity will be terrible- it they persi in their triad in ten tionThe wildjlare of approaching insanity gliers in many of the womens cs Rest food and speedy reli are necessary to keep the womenrom a terrible death Women vith halfstarved features and rn almost to skin and bone lay ifiome instances on the hard bedslovercrowded roomsf with baboit their breasts Chil lren of allges are crowdedclosely together i 4 When dressed by an interpre ter tnda the women aroused tTlemsetv iNlth an effort When the subjeqf their religion was ibougbt and they were asKed tUeir intnonsj they became newf I t y u s animated and enthusiastic MV r LOOKING FOR JESUS jjWherb are you going and what sI become of you was asked of jRKlooking girl who said she iponly 17 years old arid a wife Iffie are looking for Jesus she iipjdy but earnestly replied J jere da you expect to find fiat+ We dont know God is good 11x11villbguile us 0 ViVill you go with your men on tharch icsJ u will die if ottgo f all tile your condition do not fear We will die us sake motluT place a woman dis I and halt dressed writhed r1 igh in mortal agony on the 1Grouped around her were and old women and children f oes expressing the1 most sympathy From tiers heads were stretched out ming eyes watched 4he r till hlIl still sadder tin woniaII tJIijt 1pleasing face whose lfJlfinot altog thor fde 1 1ernenL tantlyannounced tlicr y Y a CiWas tlc mother of fJesus She h nn earnest audience wJ1O Jtd edx i dcsclJbmgUebo1 ii1 le Ucukhobors saId r l ey came along slowly like a bh it cloud low down on ther 0 J- Iprriethirty or forty abreast The hr ssicn w ended by an old UiwiLh floMg white hair HM his blare feet and was t hau t t rlid Waving his hand Fol 1tgt ale the choir a bun l f fjLIf V stalwart RUSSiatiti i rClhitUnwll Ht tnva t s g thcsingjng most doleful but the un jpasical sound never ceased Iic- hain Iwns informed repeated again and again the words 1 My God my Godwhy has- thou forsaken me Vhart thou so Jar from helping me and from the words ofmy roaring Our in thee early trust fatherlusted notdeliver them thee and were do livered They trusted in thee and were not confounded Methodically continued Mr Sl cers rhe army advanced toward me addressed the leaders and the getiwas that they were going out to preach Christ fEOTCE MAY HAVE TO BE USED ftfrlcondition of the marching army cot totvery well bo worse The aunties dd not speak English have no provisions nor clothing and have nt- 3eWifftto destination The cold weather im bung them to an acc ounti g but I doubt it Their leaders Odmeroff and Zebroff should be arrest 1tDerarotr will have to be used even Ittualiy as the situation hourly becomes J111eu I asked the leaders how they expected to get food they replied JFrom heaven As no provisions rained down ou Ilion before they left here they Seemed disappointed All they had here apP peanutse t A Doukhobor laborer who arrivedt from Winnipeg Thursday appealed to an interpreter to induce his young wife WhoO had joined tho fanatics to return to fier home at Terperinie All argu meats were in vain however The woman was weak and emaciated from hunger and loss of sleep The craze haaV separated hundreds of relatives TheSwan Lake immigration agent has arrived at Yorkton but has been unable to induce any ol his people to return Onh a few ho says will consent to go back to their villages The McNutt member of the Territorial Parliament for Salt Coast wires from that place Five hundred male Uoukhobors haw just arrived They halted in Main street and are singing hymns Tjiy R campcd five miles put IqstriiCt lhey tato their mission is to Ohrl ktfaHize the world ctor J lf J I I f r +I isa elegance and an air of marked to are rs in clothes men and immense business and boundless resources to prices unapproachable by any tailoring concern We over 450 of and samples it us pleasure to you aH C Some Good Conundrums What ip it tfo often others to do do ourselves Stop a minutetWhy are teeth verbs Because they are regular ir regular defective Why is a spidera good coy respondenj Because li Stlil a Pl NlS Vh Why were gloves were to keep on hand Why is a poor friend better a one Because a friend in need is a friend in deedWhich a i going from one spot to another AVIiy is Danish a place to go for a quiet holiday Because of soundwhich is there What is early closing To go to at 10 oclock andclose your in sleep What is it we all to Why is a cornfield a galvanic battery it produces shocks When is a woman a newspaper article When appears in print tWhy is there never 0otTat home in a convent Because it is a nun inhabited place I r HoO Ii I Fall I Fop Men THERE exclusiveness abput4u correctlymade perfectfitting madetomeasure gar meat that invariably with men who aspire dress well J The International ormgmpanl Nev York and Chicago I the recognized leads fashionable for their enable them make absolutely other carry their latest approved which would afford great show 1 AMBERG tell and cant like and dro awayirpmithole never theyIthan rich wayleopardBy the coast bad the the best movement bed eyes like keepAlike Because like she any Faultless Fashions takes POPE LEO AT HOME Leo XIII bids fair to become one of tho wonders of the world lie has eel ebrated his ninety third nameday and appearances may be trusted ho will have very many more This fact ho rather ostentatiously flourishes in tho fnco of those who COnlO In contact with hill For instance at the reception ho gave on his nam clay ho entertained several lott some lonfftl tturvl ati 1 1 j r j the beautiesof my garden tMt8ext year 1 shall receive there and let oQ breath of my flowers come to outsiders Alas 1 that my grapes will not be ripe1t This was an allusion to his own par ticular vineyard which he planted himself and which ho keeps under lock and key If it is a success ho went on who knows that I may not make it a yearly custom The Pope is in fact devoted to out doer life but can not or is not allowed to indulge in it much Ho has now ar rived at an ago when ho no more feels the heat but is very sensitive to cold so that when one seesit said in the pa pers that he can not go to Its Summerhouse it is not for fear of the heat but that ho may not be exposed to any small change in tho temperature and because once out of tho Vatican it is by no means an easy matter to induce him to return and if he lingers one moment too long tho sun goes behind the trees and he runs imminent risk of a chill When in a particularly jocund mood he makes reference to the solioitvdo with which ho is sui rounded and sYs he is grateful but adds with great ap preciation They want to persuade me that I am a delicate old man but my spin of years goes to prove that iftl am old Jam not delic1teItPallYaU Gazette Half Fare Te New Orleans Account Americas Federation of ra t 3w2theon Nov 11 and 12 at rate of ONE PARE for the round trip For particulars 1s- quire of your home agent or any JJi 0 representative w o FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Q ntQ St tJ okm Z7 Absolute Safety is the Basis v i Xf T That we pffer tp depositors Other in Aiducements are qf secondary importance I i 4a rl1J1 vw pony tltis Guarantee ice solicit vour patrortagefr v rfjfvti li 4 v J V J A THOj11 amet cMiferf flB1JcItN I N Pre i 1 1 1 + dentCTORS rTV D r d t I rI fit it4w is + Vt l1 JJmtJCfJNnUKANT II1tUt1HAtl JiTlIUXr JC CRElIi 11 i iUjZ lcKrrwxt 1 DiU U B TlllitdLYsj C cc j 1f iiii n c t 3 D n IIT I j r s r = rlt ai J1 4- I 1 A SI t T y 1- Y n 1J V J f C 1l L r- SJ r g u 4t 4t t L t J 4 4r I 1 1 1l l I If f 1 THElliCKMANr COURIER t GEORGE WARREN Editor Tliii hloa lAN KY N bP 7 1902 Clean sweep The Democrats came near making a isiean Tuesdayelaetinjall tkrg by theColtrtofnowback Of strength orwhich she maintained before the party AndcoDeinocracy but JWHAT TO DO ABOUT TRUSTS theY Only the Couriers Opinion The Democratic party simon pure iseei capitalSuch hadpartner- ships companies and corporations are tho absolutely essential to the prosperUyth development and progress of thoDi eeuritry And democrats would conhE tribute in every way possibly to indifu vidual and collective prosperity How fixedApruciplel LThdemocrat believes that any law or policy that prevents free competition or that gives one class an advantage over another class is wrong Hence that va small combination should have an equal chance with a big combination that is to say that the law should giveH the big combination no advantage Whenever any combination gets to be so big that i I controls the price of any necessary product then it ean and does x kill off any and all competition and Democracy then holds that the people should be protected In this there is no enmity to the rich no antagonism to itcorporations or to the combinations oftlcapital unless such results in crowdI sing out ull legitimete competition andC then the interest of the people require that they should be checked alldret trained tor the general good THB EXPANSION POLICY Only The Couriers Opinion Up to the war with Spain tho Demota CMtic party had acquired nearly all the territory that had been added to the is originali 13 colonies Hence it was eaged party of expansion At the close of the to war with Mexico it WAS bitterly deb neunced as such At the beginning of the war with Spain an immense majority of tho people would have condemned U the policy of acquiring the Philippines Islands The Courier still thinks it IeJ i polwtt iu the- Y 1 fe frompi Hexieo Henceforth it is only a ques lion of how to deal with the people ofI these Islands The Democracy can Itcret believe in holding these people as per petual subjectsthe Republic can exist half free and half slave as Republicans used to tell us The Filii pino should have every advantage and encouragement in the pursuit of happii beStS prosperity and liberty The treatment accorded Cuba is a good example NOr the treatment accorded the territory acquired from Mexico These people ere liBtnati beiugs they are children of the same God we worship and are enII titled to every blessing possibly to accorded to themIi M ALL ABOUT STRIKES I Z Only the Couriers Opinion Itis sound Democratic doctrine that aU classes of property and property r rights should be sacretly protected nP I guaranteed Without such safeguards oo political party can servo the best iotftresU of the people or long oyin the peoples confidence The smallest property owner should be protected and so also should the millionaire and the multimillionaire The same lawss should apply to each and the full power of the Government should pro feet each and all alike But a mans later is properly just as much as bonds It iIs and lots aad stocks and All the property that a vast number o people hare To a legitimate extent it has the saulte rights to combine as has capital companies or Each man liar the right to control his own labor and to combine with othe rsas f4f stataal interests but it has no right to oetrol the labor of ethers do not want to combine or join their U tons When a strike occurs there are differences existing between the operatOrS aad tile employees Both sides have rights and Democrac teaches that both should stand Before theiw and both sacredly e4 Tfc w rtrikw are always Bate eoatly and often ruinous The difficulties attending them are cornph Bated so that to gaaraxteetag the right of oee side yom do not infringe u or iajurej the righto of the other Race- DBio r te sihouM favor wise impar tial iwtaptwlwrt Arbitration Boards with the view prevaating strikes faiUsg to fairly settle them when OB Itk probable that strike like man 1 oUter Ul oaditioM will BBVW be i teclr iioea away witkTherefore t1M Mett Aau Le deae la- ti eases ar ie chat 18 fair InK asd peeitive J baked with tkepower ef the Uovera In taat tte aHXatial R ur njpdbLla isWtN I Genefal Elections Tuesday Ii UV DEMOCRATS LAKE THE BEST FIGHT SINCE 1892 The result of the general elections throughout the UnitedStates Tuesday shows that the Republicans won but greatly reduced majorities Their majority in the Lower Eouse Congress was cut down from 41 to 15 20 It was in the election of Congressmen that the great interest centered Up to two weeks ago few Democrats had any expectations of victory 1 J the tremendous gains that then turned towards tho Democrats build up Ingest expectations The greatest disappointment to Dem will bo our failure to carry tho State of New York The Democrats a strong ticket in that State and party practically united Ilut while Republicans carried tho State the gained in Congress und New York is at least u doubt State Tho Democrats in addition to gommil gains held all the old Dumcxyntic States e Democratic party is iu betteri fighting trim now inure nearly united 1J aud thereby gives butter warranty for future victoria tiiui any time since 1892 tjTU LIVE LONG AND WELL What one thing do you think is most conductive to longevity Probably the answers to this question would be almost as numerous as the persons who made them TJeu prominent Boone county Missouri septuagenarians and one octogenarian were asked this and is an interesting fact that most of think hard work is essential to life Judicious exercise is the basis of g long life says R B Price aged 70 president of the Boone County National bank If you will saw your cook wood you will add ten years to yddr life Do not quit work Old age comes on more rapidly to those who arc ont of attire business than to those who work hard Go to bedearly and get up early the first rule which John Butler 77 would lay down Never stop loaf Let liquor alone Wear out ido not rust out Liquor and laziness cut many peoples lives short My prescription for long life is hard work says Edward Farley aged 77 When I lessen my wJic i get in poor healthThrow jjhysipeto the dogsn advises gillEsjlJ god 70 tho well Jiown Christian n nlirter Keep in good humor I and you will keep In good health I believe moderate eating is the sethe declares R L Coleman aged 78 years1V 1took ItEateSwitzlor tile historian of Misson aged 81 The first essential to lunge ity is to bo organically sound Do not worry A good inheritance iuthe opinion of Wm L Parker founder of Parkor Memorial hospital ris the surest vuv to longevity Men live too fast ul though they really do not work us hard S they once did It 0Itis generally thought that a qnletnot1 is the healthiest says the Rev J M MtGuire aged 72 but this id a mistake Pure air perhaps is the tin est thing for health Business life not tell on a mans health provided it is systematiclitalong Jt is tho counsel of L Carlos aged IU u veteran of the Mexican undchU wars I dont think there is anything inheritance us to living long Professor G C Brodlieud who is 7611 gives this prescription Eat whatyon want to oat drink what you want ton drink take care of yourself and do worry I have always taken plenty exercise and still take itJt George V Harrell Sr aged 75 BeSEarly to bed and early to rise DOI1 t take anything you cant digest Exer airf 01mg umbra Mo Herald DSQuk Delivery We are in a position now to deliver your Groceries and fresh meats as soon we receive orders having added another delivery wagon rhoLEDFORD It RADDLE +HOME PATRONAGE I dont ask home patronage except upon equal prices equal quality of groundsy I I Ide aslt It pay 111make rraoagst you and therefore ask Irdyourj support t1lA1 S ROSEPALE A F OLIVE Blacksmith and UndertakerI- SIOKM AN KENTUCKY Give me a trial whanyou want Black a ithing done or Repairing yago 01c Hotseshoeing a specialty I a keep a full line of eaUI i I r h kefI eBdiIt Coiaaoo Rosewood and Solid Bl traWla1itCettins and Caskets which be Sited up oa short notice and at squalid priceJ Give me atrialt- ifT9hop sear the jail- I rS SSS e IIU A Store Fun of Nest Goods r aJ We are tdoJbusy this week opening and arranging our hoods to write but Jafew lines to hyublic Every article in this great stock of Dry Goods Notions ClothiJfI Shoes Hats etc possesses the merit of newness The e is not an old stjle nor an old pattern in the house In the selection ofour j goods the bestmouses in their respective line were called on for their best and latest producti tit end every good grade they manufacture will be found 1here We expect to make this a gobd store for all the people and one factor in its LCCII11C s that everything is ue r We have s o iftIle latest upto date Dress Goods in black and colors as Zibel jffiow Flakes Pebble Cloth Shark Skins 1 Melrose Crunelle A 1i ml line of Waistings including all tIle late novelties Th u 1c Waist Patterns Blue and Green Mixtures J Plaids and Stripes in all Colors ellned Piques Fancy Velvets Our Tian are superior to an ever brought here You will see The In Trimmings Torpuoise and Cut Steel Grape Effect besidesaa numerous to mention 4 f Croat Wrap Exhibition A Slklimpoltation of Monte Carlos and all the late v novelties in Wraps have Been secured for FRIDAY SATURDAY and MONDAY On r1 these three lays we will have displayed the finest Wraps ever seen in Hickl man llmtfmiss it NE1M1 WEEK we will open Ladies Readytowear Pattern Hats Every Hat displayed will be a marvel of beauty These Hats were bought at half price end will be worth double the amount asked for them t SMITH AMBERQ BROS S 1 ss s 5w MciiAIr =t I Bishop Hugh Miller Thomp t ofII Protestant Episcopal diocESt of Mississippi is dying in New Yoikttotn J cancer of the throat A special 1rann him to Jackson that he may die I frif The Rev Dr J WFMcGarvcvj pwsi 1 College of Kc tncky done of the Bible Lexington Sunday with his JfII withdrew from tho Broadway congregation contrary to his views voted for installing an organ JEf i rlloogh the urbitrntio mwl3ion is still at work iuspectru i e mlliiog sections of Pennsylvania the body will be heard from for several dliif not weeks rho commission will ad journ until the 19th of November to give the two factions Limo JoUllkl up illtheir cases The body h aid lhut too much haste in the InvjjUgiiion would be unfair to either the uifneK or the none operators BRICK FOR SALE I T In any quantity COWGILL CWOILL ELECTED IN KENTUCKY r ofAPPELLATE JUDGES 4 e 1st DistT J Nunn Dem lladi J sonyiile 2d DistW E Bottle Dem wl Green fill DistH S Burlier Dem Lon isville Cth Dist T H Payuter el Greennpr CON imss 1st Dist Ollie M James Dew 1 Marion 2d VistA O Stanley Denijfficu ilcrson Dist John S then Den tuS I3d m Dist D H Smith Dcmdd gcnville 5th DistSwagar ShrleDU1i Louisville Gth DUltD Lml Gooch = Dour Covington S 7th DistSouth Trimble DemI Frankfort j- 8tli Di= tU G Gilbert Dom e byyille i i 3iaIse5 1 110thU Prestonabmrg i11th Dist =Vincent Borengliep IcanI I lxclde1l MemphisfirstFor oneway ticlets ti Half theOne =Way Rate plus 200 MissouritTerritoriesWriteTtoo Cotton Jclt mm Bolld tbrtrach trains to Texas equipped with the most motion and comfortable cars These trains make quick time SontnwostIf copy of andThroughM ADAH Traveling Passenger Agent Cairo 111 E W La BEAXME General Pass and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo A VOICE FROrV OLNEY Union City Connorcia- lExSecretary Olncy till appears to the more conservative icraout of the Democratic party the roper man to head the national tickofcHo is no turn thevpeople can trust an ideal 1residout iu just feu crises as I appear to confront us vet soon in tho solution of the trust an labor prob lems Hill is a briirmut cbator bm lacks the quality nf gr Mess which makes the statesman Joy would bu impregnable tiliko to sophtries and al luromonts of nowariii r FULTON COUNTY OTE West Fulton Nnuo 8 Darby 8 James 70 Linu 8 Kirkpabk 14 East lultonNunn 90 Darby J2 James 8J Linn 11 Kirkpabk 15 ICayc Nunn 43 Darby James 40 Linn 4 Kirkpatrick G LodgtonNunn 31 DarbjJames 30 1Ltnu il Kirkpatrick 8 East Hickmau Nnnn Darby 19 James 42 Linn 19 Kirkpabk 00 West Hickman Nnnn iJOarby 21 JalOe 30 Linn 21 Kirkpack 2 JamesIlad1 32 Linn 2 SassafrnsUidJeNnno 10fines 10 TotalsJaus 339 Lln7iliitk 1I1 r 0 THE LATEST The chairman qC the National Demo cratic Committee still claims the next Congress will be Democratic by from 4 to 10 The newspapers of tho country generally coucedejt to the Republicans by a close vote rwYORK Tito lat6St is that the Stafo election lin Now York will bo contested on the grounds of gross frauds THE CONTESTS The talk of contesting the election for Governor in New York and California will probably and in talk jDhat there was fraud is most likely trnebut tho unravelling of such frauds is most diilioult and on account of party feel ing next to impossible Virginia reports a decrease of tho English sparrow and her sister states would like very muck to know how sho does it The Philippine war is at an end and the only question now is whether ilj tins ended for good and all or bas merely started on a series of ttl1rs e V i reMptDeltrery A Whon you buy you want goodyf delivered promptly Wo guarantee this i at Threlkelds Phone 18 il LITtfOGRAPH wo1ft Litho Letter Heads L1 tlTetc Heads Litho Bill Heads Litho Envelopes At as low prices as can be done anywhere at- Courier Office American Hankers Assocatiou Annual Meeting Now Orleans Nor 1113 ANNUAL MEETINO DADQIlTEItS OK TilE CONFEDERACY NEW OICLEAX NOV 1115 tCOhioONEPAREpointssellinglimitedforyourhomewriteJnoCITY BARBER SHOP To Jlcrotoyoupatrooago reliablebarbersWILL CROWELL IIIIJOHN RINGWOOD BXQzLt Gt QCHt eu 6 DdstleliriokB sLandtEast Bictoan i I Keeps all kinds of Groceries and t I Family Supplies f i BUTTER EGGS CHICKENS A SPECIALTY Goods Delivered Free Telephono No 89 COURIER JOURNAL 2IYES A WEEK SI104 TIMES A YEAR Tho TWICEA1VEEE COUIUEK lSJ1Cdini for all readers It is the equal of Jtiaay Dailies and the superior of all ether lemiWeeklies HENRY WATER SON Editor Tho Wednesday 1Si u6 is devotwi to NEWS ITTEIiI tke Sataiduy tlit-o THE HOME Sample copies seat ree on application Address 3OURIERJ OURNAL COMPANY Loawvill8tKl tc g 1 b- s 1 tF H c Ij4 r TiT T I HEi I iii is i i vv y rv r t e- i a d 1 rriIIs f 1JIoioiZ I iir pirTa1 e dJwM+ ri+ aarrw + ws r f Ti 5 k F s J t + fr 7 I r ss f J t 4 k f A i II or ir u fir C ALA M D SEE US J I i l t P t Z I i i Of thoo f t k m I i 1 nstantlyrecehril1gl Vain thece are + For Fresh Giocerles of till illds And the Choice Fresh1 Meats QueeiiS Like I ware Harness Ice Cream Frees t 32largeand smaJl1 A lot of i 1 fll1 articles for 100 Frt t lewand Bran All at I It And Surolv the 4r As tin J W ROGERS SONSOOt I the Gilds id And the r LEDFOKD HANDLE For the Croceries Fresh Meats Let It From f ware And lot Hardware Queens To the i e and Feed Stuff v II- iiJVeill Carr SYand no Thepains will be spared to please our customers patch 1 fCaII fer nine Trading Stamps nltli every lOc Cash LercLuseIi Portland After collection of 300 yon are entitled to a nandsome present T 1 Tta phone 6 4 Goods Promptly Delivers d I i ine- nt1HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS session Initteda v 50 TkiTYI3iStI lR1i TOM T i 7 Sticcidiior aainAetKII N by and by lot saaolcers STONE WORK of = all Kind h IRON FENPING Sc would s X good could fully N I efficiency WJtNTEDi oigarfttte ipiii riesi B EkM ON 1Imil truthful lWerec CARS AT X the MlLT7 a vembor have CITY TENNI 1 i r HICKMAN BANK ICE writes l YIIbottle used oared o i mat Y it CapJthi Stock Paid jji 0000 D DILLON trto n C Marble Granite Monuments- OTJIR 33123 Gaverl1 c Hiolsman aT t tOGS LOADED HiCK r i1BS eE eo l UNION 74 J r HIOKIvrAN 4 jj a 1 ltlJ1 s1ht1 E J tJiTic1ed sciatic t I Profitsf 12000000 I Ilards Ifor I littving tlnplo CaPitalalar1 HiCJkmll c Surplusconsorvutivo Clank soliuit+ thQ mssuu steal omont s ot Furme i1 io fil BoarI pf DircctOt the 1t1n113111 theututogt libbr1Ity + Merchants atltlMauufllltnr umsistent wet it rtlllrn conuslraliof treatlnont a banking methods i i1 C101nON Ollshir1 R rYI6BUPrOBidentW IgRG AsRt CaBhler identCAf = S of Rockbottom Prices on Groceries1 t Jrc SEt11Ictwd 1 nd9y r9cr1 ldiltJw ts tit Iowt y forQnsh CQI mid tnspcet our oqls and ant jsrtccsl with others hro0 dnlivmry I 11 I i 1 vLI j NEW MERT MRRKEC L J ThrelJceld Prop r I Everything new fresh andu Only the boat butcher a4 stock selected on hand tgltest lnar- itte kotof A lieu of caredk chickens and eggs foeprice paid Ounrixiiteod As Ito1ucRcntc 1 tit EcrythJng Ir Frcofe ehverkeal altars Ja Aa ft I GOVI8PENTl TO pE Ella Vheoler Nilqcl riotThat eaIGovernment to be T g effort to dissemble tho truth is clear to sill old conditions tremble a ruin doomed to falU disguisingOf y uprisingFrom mist mills of God are slowly grinding out their grist sun first tints tho border darkness with its light I faint fur gleam of order tho chaos of tho night 1 down shall grow In splenJo 1 1When11 laud to all was given belongs to you and mor I monopoly be driven the fortress of the free Liberty bid welcome Government to be Y BOYS TAKE NOTICE following press chj of Wednesday frol 1 s Me s is worthy o jiMrst perintendent of the Dc pal ti of AntiNarcotics sulj report at todayJH of the National r 11raport1 examination J has been maS educators of boys drawm This table shows the efficiency of non1 is 95 per cent tha- is 1per cent out of 100c probablyncqln L fiI education On the oth ferono hundred cigarette smokers hope1 to battle success S against the mental in 1produced by tl habit Of smokers cent had poor memo Ill per cent wore UIH iUCrag1 cent hjo 1 mmi711rs SIIt r ntfj L J Our Iilll 11vBJl 1Jnilliont 1 tobn o habit before No 903 This year wJ IYgirlsS r- BeSLhtUnenf 1Ij I nn furlhI M Wlaney GrrrlviUe4IxTrid19U0 11 had rliiiiu Eix1iI tin aIIll taVI Jilt u port of n of Iard s Snow Litiitiunu I U u ot tw i morn luittlts It motll huvnt Mt any riici U1 sD I roan rccoiniiifiid Snow1 i Liuimenlbo the Ijpst linimelit o- nljmlt foiimiatism For rhouumtie oiuralKic pains rub iu J3ul ScLlnimeur yon will not su t Jong will bo gmtinVd wilbatttougspslodY ireotivo cure U5ciOo and at Li W S KIliEons OUET OF FOOLS 7 He lays tho Sulphur 1 liGazettc iis a boquetI IO Nw fool girl look ing I beau tho fool boy proi his clothes tho roo11 jSvidlooking for t hus banhe knowitall fool Uvlnl not admit tltelt S a Ipojity of his judgment jbei error about anything Uvltr the egotistic fou lUyliiks he runs the COIn jmi slid last but not thinksNrahigher in the ofl excellence than hi jpuoighbor He stands o ferected pedestal all duo je luauMlle1 nHe excites more pity I joitempt Every con1jj h has its quota of fools j aF 1 aaCeasllpattearo cups of hot water half an ire each meal and just before lcd also a drink of water + hoi wo hours after each meal outdoor exercise walk s Make n regular habit of 1 r n many cases chronic cousti ly be cared without the use of cine When a purgative is re something meld and Gent le ber1ninS stomach anti LierFor sale by Cowgill i CoweU11 ia i r b OE D6 AtS SItSSENAIIOk HARRIS WILL NOMINATE AND ELECT FUREPRESIDENT HarrisaWimocrat l 1 speech at Howard Elk county that is poHtioinnrlfwpaid selt particularly betanse of his amItrnst attitude The Senator said Roosye1Lcannot rnnyztgst magnates As soon as they find riJGut thy well force tho Republicaus to fop him Then tho Democrats will j pk Roosvolt up uootinaty hirp fOr L idcut and elect him euator Harris who yesterday cel jpjratedl his stztt third birth auuivor py at one time enjoyed tho distinc Mp of being the only Populsst in the ited States Senate Kansas Talk Worm Destroyer onlytorms nosiBiuJ8of the body where worms cannot B W S Ellisons EiiI TED WATER gr Blackburn of Kentucky fepta glass of ice water and BJt with ovidout satisfaction RjajJtanything quite so good as ran quoted Blackburrri the way he added To ea story in Kentucky began Mr WC8 a farmer whb- ia Jthero not know thei taste W s day at Christmas no he Wit at a neighbors house and invited to sample a mixture of E lemon sugar stud other ingi jl ts cllnionly known us eggUOg He ppetJyjSien drank thou drained vo mugs Wheu he Stlrtod to go me he felt curious Its an insidious ink you know and whoa he vouched mo ho went to bed Tho next iruitig he awoke thirsty Breaking o thus lO t of ice ml ttll water 1CUket sat to isorch he tookono Siti drink jMandv Mandy come here and Ling the children ho Hhonted I Rcr tuiititd such wator in my life 1p hulktou Pust W Asleep mid Flumes i t Breaking into a blazing home somo iirumen lately drugged tho sleeping m securitylftndneglect coughs and colds Dont doitH V XT ConIi porsistennee stetfilch1 satisiGI y lriul lOS fret t huISHQULD STOP EXPLORATION i 11 ve always believed that gi+ xgttjini7ifshuuUl prohibit the e gPld jf explorationsI winch would1 etldirulous if they were nut su ter I tItat llrugic The law frown- tilt ittn 6nltIIIC and incJh mllIt tto- 11tlerwhy trot upon uhelltllres- ti 1 lesrrithouwhich1 ill fife Irt iu a horne lipfalIlt hit aril curl sulicrinl lu thing is clear tu th how Iftit and that is that iii mi event wrttld the govcrnmcnt Isloti j Ijrther encourii eiuent even rccog iiuioii least of ailbyI permitting its llfiitt l SirVJllllK to t0rrlnif theM IPIt mate duties in the 1pnrsilit v usiiTas or what voiilil be iineras but fur their commercial1 a 1 art1 uisites The governments pSrtin the exploration1 basic hji always been that ol a9 tti sinb ISI 1 t sigms time to abandon that role snot 0fillanemlftluyl t 1 thereiwere f anythingI funjgthta to showI lur itbut 1 because nf the moral re spotftsibility the government as suKies in giving countenance t enterprises winch arc either saltaington Post t rat = g Rcsidenco for Sale AfBuburbanresideuce Improvemetst Apply to MRS Jo RIDLKV v Brendle nQt1ISethboctApc 1 if YW THE FALL OF THE LEAF I By H D Thorean Tho evening of tho year draws on The fields a later aspect wear Since Summers garishness is gone Some grains of night tinctnpfthe noontide air Behold I the shadows of the trees Now circle wider bout their stem degreesPorfornt pro tecting thorn And as the year doth decline Tho sun allows a scantier light Behind each needle of the pine There lurks a small aukilnr to the night 1 hear tho crickotjsfelurabrouflay highfftAlJa oorywh9riJs Naturt Jnnlby But most he chirps beneath the sod When he has made his Winter bed HU cheeks grown fitter but more brood i r r Ammof Autnm ofro the Summer spread r byIotybay And as they tank and veer on high With faint and hurried click beguile tho way goldondaysSome And through their hollow aisles it pluys With delicate touch the prelude of UfO liaU I t 1 Gnutlyl withdrawing fronttts stem It lightly lays itself along Whero the same hand hath pillowed thorn V I t ia Resigned to sleep upon Clio Old years throng Tho loveliest birch is brown and sore 4ho nrthesi pool is strewn with Ion vos Which ilojjUupon their wntoryi biCl ugtheartthat The jay scroain througliif thc chestnut wood f4 1 fiTho o grape dgaud lyollln v loavas around Aro hue and texture of my mood Anil hese rough burrs me heir r Iqipms on the ground Tho threadbare trees so poor and thin Thoy are no wealthier than I But with as brave a core within They rear their bough to tho November sky Poor knights they are which bravely wait ottvxlryIloopinqDisoum bored of their Persian luxury Luck in Thirteen i By sending 13 miles Win Spiroy of Walton Furnace Vt got a box of j jifrklff n igyA rn UHp plvtggpth w ltyy s1LIdaresBrufsos Pelous Ulceri Eruptions Ouy2cn druggists DnI E Paducah Ky Oot 3L Henry Doughts an ico wagon driver Of this city clIs his bread upon the waters to 1sotne pnrposo He has just learned that a man whom he bofronded two year ago hue Idil hint tliosnng yam of 25000 In 1JOO a hoy tramp known as CJrcasy Jim struck Paducah sick penniless and hungry Dongla t gave tho lad clothes and food and a place to sleep In a few weeks the youth was well again and loft town Douglas had forgotten all aboutthe incident until a fow days ago when ho received news thesPliiltpuiep whoI fired in a Manila hospi tall had named Douglas s14 his next friend This recalled to Douglas mind that tcuYfatroat1 company that thiswldier Holman had left a life in sumiiuo policy to the amount of S60UO hat Douglas byiug named iu the policy i e btiGrouty JimMiad repaid rhl death the debt of gratitudu jvliiph he duuld not discharge in lire Itihe devvlopc iufthe regular service and scrvlcl hon orauly cud bravely His home and antecedents aria unTifnowu iw T 3SEEP OUT DEPENDENTS Tho State Secretary of 4Ule Kentucky Childrens Homo Socieft has sent out a communication to all the tpapers in tho StatQ calling attention to H lav enacted by the last legislature to nignlato the importation into this Suite of depond ent chiWron from other gtatex Oving to the tact that we have hitherto had no prohibitory laws Kentucky has been imposed upon by other states wlio have andoa large number of criminal children from penal institutions here to become clitttgesapon us Unquestionably this law should be rigidly euforcc tndthose found guilty of violatingij afttfuld be vigorously puiiisdcd and it is to as stet them itf fitiUing out violations of the law that the Society asks the coop eration of the state press The Ken tucky Childrens Homo Society has done a noble work and should receive the help cud assistance of all good citi Ana in BO laydable g work J j LXVEEt STABLE OPPOSITE II U PEPOT J H POLLOCK Prop Firstclass turnouts buggies surreys carriages safe teams Jcc Customers politeaossPatronage O E EAKER- Gene1al Gtoce Powell Block Clinton St ilaving purchased the Grocery Stock o- fJJ C Boodurant would be pleased lo hate ell old friends to call Fresh Goods and Choice Bargains taL CAR U T HE R SJ BAKERY AND I CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD CAKES AND CONFECTIONERIES Remember you get blue trading stamps with every lOc cash purchase CLINTON STREET IIICKMAX KEf lUCKY Telnnhone Number 90 Cash Book Store Spleu1id Selection of NEW BOOKS STAtt NOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thingup to date MAUY BERENDKS tC Co 1 STIAVIS UfliN STATION ultra d- iii I MONTGdMEtRY y wss5 I wjacssotivtttt TIME OF TRAINS AT r UNION OlTi North Bound f No t Leaves daily Ur3raniNo lj Leaves a tr12JOp m No 12 Leuves vxtkdayt f J2W p m South Bound No 1 Leaves daily1 35lp m NovJJ Leavesti J tmNn 15 Leaves wk day mxd 800 l m c S CLARKE Gtnml Jfinijtri ST tOCl- SCflrHEPARD UNO MBEALtV 1nJ1u Jfnt AutGenSrtirAEent BOOILE ST LOtrCcn I I XKWSIAfter several vckafiOus delays andjv11 A breaTtcldwfiSthdIf i uew MemphisJ Mqruing- NbVS fists gcejgate its obstacles and in now iiruiungttl first class newspaper cuddspecial cuitreapoudepts instil the Mem phis territory unit gives the nowsof this SCCi1011t stipisrli1hopear blur LS + h andctch Wednesday thiiviilur Soml for sample copies of the daily and weekly 4 Dont Forget +1 r r it t 7 hat we JliayeaYtRlline of CHILL MEDINE and COUan C U R ES1 W f Iot r i i ii JJiQltl JQw zrud tDn GOrsrs l t j 1 PLOW POINTS GeotgeBusk t11qary x fi t M t JI M6 I L 1- ii +n- u r- r w 2 = = U c Iri tt l i 1 1 1 1 T 1tt t T lii liIi x 1w 1 S ii ki ka u 1 T 1 fIlIv- lQMl NOlt aITI MOfti niiUjJ t oublel Y fliB ypy fnjght pay she talks a blue ff8k pfallad jlplua Bulletin The boss had to suspend operations toy All the men were drnuk Vjaiptber wcrde j then he bass Ja Jlf lL JjH wiya he believes in palmistry Ntiweader He kaew she didnt come emptyhanded before he asked her or jifc ladiaaapolis Sun Binka Oid Graball tells me that begaalife by Tanning away with a cir CaL T wouldcrjonllH ayjwtUhauythiag that wasnt uailEddowuPittsburg Tiwps J kw Air Tfinnud Leruo doubt Miss Trayyou may gates what icrhavo come to say to you hiJ evening and er MiMTttrtleyYes and Ive got a bet withMtdgeBruwnithatyouyronthavthe u Press iMwIWuipjBrtpn rve got the dearest oil darling of a husband that ever happened He hag an awfull temper and about once a monthiho jjqtst niad and tears up my best hat j Mina SiBgtekm And you call him u- dear old cansouflira horai aiways h ssatflc of remorse next day prkVWorldWalkerThere are very few great actors lef- tStutterOh I dont know I tried for a position as leading man yesterday and I got left Pittsburg Press I wondpr why Tom is raising a beard Dont know unless its because he eStLThat pugilist is what they call lantern jawed isnt beY Yes and his opponent is doing his ijje loipat out his lights Chicago Tribune Miss Plum is thinking of writing her own life tI- HIf she does I suppose iiwi11 be classed as ancient historySt Louis Star Darlin will yoa be mine asked tjte esanEeared yoat- hMlreplied InlbemBrr1edtoYonbl1 a B the practical maidNe w YorkWorld Softleigh I awhave alwayshad a horror that I aw might lose my mind doncher know Miss CuttingOh you neednt be alarmed Such a thing is impossible Cleveland Press Is she a blond or a brunetteasked one young lady answeredthecitieswhere they are burning soft coal e WashiBgton Star SheYou Why youre nothing but a freak 1 1IeFreak ehf Well if you were as s bigas you feel and I as small as you think me we might earn a good hying as a pair of themNew York Jou nal A minister a man of prayer Whoc stubbed feis toe against a chayer While bant lag matches in the dark Was strangled by the choice remark Hed like to say but didnt dayer- Philadelphia Press uAreyouupoapoUUcsiI 110 Im down on themChlca Joarnal AIsee you suffer with the gout B OfcoHrse yoa idiot J Yea dont expect the lP enjoy it do you Boston Globe Just think he swallowed his false teeth Aid now I suppose he has a biting pain in the stofflsch Chicago Chron Joie 1 Yoare always frettiag and yoaha abeolatelyaothing to worry about tI Thats just it If I had half youve got I wevklBt seed toworryBalti sBlpre Americas i I Tkey used to quarrel like everything g when tliey were tlret married bat they heels stopped it I I eider why pk they fouad fMlt it WM too much traxbleNew York Saa He at the B tkiag bca Way I doat you cease laT Wkatare you walt iidg led i Sbe Ala oderabathiag garmeat Iw waitiU1 llMM korrSa mm q- leekiag Ohioafe Jearaal Jw At o tdl e or as tiger 1 aiiR8 net ed aeiaqtiiaitiveiraaeri vtheyve seat I 1 t = i 1 1 = 41i y1aMMh MN to 1fko- nhf nt tidy i ira admitted the Gothamite Yon we the tiger ifl natarally striped Chicago Post I1y dear said the young husband dii you speak to the milkman about there being no cream OH the milk Yes I toldhim aboat it this morn ijug and ie has explained it satisfacto rely and I think it is quite a credit to kimtooWhat did he say He said that he always tilled the bottle so full that there is no room on the top for the cream Indianapolis heN Ws EIllBa Reeve s Will offer for the PysDlcetIlu Pesited Set of Impoit etl GBPS amil lNaaeerH 5Qc Par ler IKHip 2 Lemeuade lunq2iittiitrJjorl5c Eltain Dh Ius cliuuper thn i prices ibov Itun also agent for the celebrated Bucks Ranges and okves The best stove made Now the most iimpor tant thing in my line is a III= jllt CIU I i That is made all in one piece the best on earth Gall and Ietnlc show you and be convinced This is not wind but facts The price will convince you the it is also the cheapest as well as the best- I will u yoallcheaper than they were ever sold before vlWIIInj J tM rMIII t4 it r firm V hat 1 say I do I do do CURLIN BLOCK HIOKMAN KV N C ST L RR SCHEDULE LEAVE HIOKMAN No8 Leaves 150 p m No 91 Leaves 750 p m No 55 Leaves M 700 a m ARRIVE No 4 Arrives 140 p m D10NoINTERCHANGEABLE 1000 MILE TICKET Are sow being sold by the Nashville Chattanooga t St Louis Railway good iiro Southeast comprising more than 13000 miles Rate 2500 Limit one yea If you expect to do any traveling within the next twelve months buy one of these tickets You will save money They are on solo at principal ticket offices Where they are not on sale they may be ordered from General Office through Ticket Agent W L DANLEY goGeneral Passenger Agent Nashville Tot n DRS K DAVIDSON JentistHIOKMAN KKNTUOiCY Once over Cowgill Ouf1Jl Drug Store TilE BEST IS TILE CHEAPEST Not how cheap but how good is the 0question The TWICEAWEEK REPUBL is sot as cheap as it is possible to sell a tirstClas8Bcwspaper It prints all tho news that is worth printing If you read it all the year round you are posted oa all the important and inter esting affairs of the world It is best and most reliable newspaper t money and brains can produce a tboee should be the distiBguishtag traits of the aewspaper that is designed to be read by all members of the familySubecriptioaprice 11 a year Ai newsdealer newspaper or postulas will reeeiye year subscription or oa aia wl it direct to THE REPUBL- SL Louis nitliatrylllarry Dont be toe late 1 Fillet flushedi t1perdOlUl ROSEDALEa 0 r r ii v f It J i Jr Jr SaeredJHeart burgll HlCoKMAN KY 1=+ L 1 I JOSEKH II niNCH LrIllJ1Stof D O ati9nsJle ell l deceived Mrs Huiizikor ro oMrIIu GIi II Mangold o b W 00ItMrs G Fethe = 00 00IS P Kuhn 20 00 tir C Werner lr o0 Sid Raffo Louisville Ivy 000 Messrs Afikina Dirks Union m 1- Danke1VuikerI Milling Co Util ity Tuna 00 llhoJncoh Brenner Wine Co 1 iuu 1uu 2 Mr Gus McCarry 1 I 05 00cI 3Ioo 00I10Ioo 1 John Riugwood Sr 1i 00 Chas Groeut 5 00 2500Valentine Stahr y oO 00a Ed Case 00Mrs25 00 nptnill Tyler MIngell BIXC rOUISVlIlC1o 100 00 lbA00XrsMQgl60Messrs00Mr2 00S F BcrendoR 00Messrsi 1 00 Mrs G Fethe 00lIn50I5UMIssOMr00Mr00Mrs25 00 P Kuhn 10 00 fII Mangold tSMr00 I 00I50 00 Mr W Stahr 20Eaker00 a Phillips noI 50Messrs1 Q Mr Reeves O1 Cowgill 1 00 I C Johnson 1 00 Stephan Kuhn m 1G 1 Messrs V Stahr 1 J S W StahrII C Wernertabor Wernert and G McCarry H I Y H haulingMnagold y i 5 J C LattusJJ I c r I rRovj that i ones I ampMissMnrY orksMrMrstlamptJ cones1rs12 pillov slips 3 nice cuspidors rockersMessrsI glassesMrMr Holmes Surveying f airou beds aid bedding oak wasps nds14 set cf oak oairs 4dAi j m tabUk oak centre tile+ oak rockers II set of commn chairs oak refrigerlor parlorllrDr Faris 1500 feet lumber tabiMrs iIixBenztgerI Vessels Dros J1ancy Farm Ky 2an work barrelsrFeeley preei2us rNnaiYwhichratfic i and realized 0 1 15000 Mrs H Mangold 1 I O Werner II M Luaus1 P Kuhn Mr J Stater J Kuhn I G McCarry I U V Stahr Donated aTitijuiflccnt set of imported vestu s to- h W Stahr thq chuck 4 4 f G Glazier I J Burko f Mrs K Burke h G Fethe I G Roberts Mr O Hertwick 1 H Fethe J i Mrs G Fethe Various kitcheaMeusils and various other useful n of- a H Mangold f Two feather pillows withfcs P Kuhn tim it n 3 Mr Jacob Stabra as Mrs G Roberts Tariouaifitchen utensils glassware and G na a Mr L Simmons tour t i- I Wm Baltzer y One counte J R Brown 4 Glass molasses pi- fSetofknivi forMrsl I II napk f mW l4 towels Mr G Minch Louisville Ky Mpzen silver table spoons and n cat knife find r rltI r x Mrs G Minch ij 1 I dozen silver tea sp towelshattowelsd1 j A 1 2 linen table c napMissOneMrwaterAIrwithterhenartA1 handsome altarMoCtlNinatojletAI0A8 pastor I aw deeply grateful to all tbose who so earnestly aW me in th1twOIkfebeeduUycOtrectprovidedi + 1 1 D ZV I111iT = f= i 1 =11 E E Reeves i Has opened a neWii QllOBll8W8fO StOVB ana GfllOfeg store and offers as a starter to give you I ii 10 Cents Worth of Queensware 1 1With very dollars Worth of Goods a i I I bought of him To wit fa plate cup Ifor saucer fruit dish etc You can get a set of dishes a piece at a titfie and as you see it will not cost you a cent I theIt I IDropin and look at my stockI S i CURLIN OPPOSITE BLOCK BUCHANAN I 1 IiIIEverything New and NfceJ I L REBREVAIH- as r I JUI r 1 a Superior Stock of the best makes of all kinds of Hardware which is offered at tliemarketAJJLGllln8JlllAllANTuUlS JUll ROOFING A SPECIALTY l 0 J +iJr 0 NO FINER SHOE MADE OR WOl N GENTLEMEN I When you are ready for some commonirun of 3il1ei hBe tas a Havana is from a stogy ITRyA WalkOver hob All Leathers G i 50aPairr 411tiI 4 c 7GCksw sSHOE s SiiTr S j 1 0 1 lc 3 i Rice Baylor t 7 0 c l u L ItFfitiAi t d 8 t i c OT r 4 4J c 4 fa t I 4 r r d ut r L 1b fn 10 lihtf 4 ii 1 i jij oj I WaHiHHPHHKfT JM t u r P7 rL = = r = =c NSvv s wr+ i a LMY Ly 1 t i I hi S t y rIt f r MS c 1 i 1 t I i ro i f F I i 1Yt t t 1r r I it a x- h a a 1w Mr LP Ellison is4 now in the Markets c IRo WATCH TillS Y SPACE t r do 1 y l s i tc 4Y t 5 t f 4 i i II j i t q c o tl mtIU 1 oJI Coat nty Court meets Monday flay t Sunshine Hour ana you evil use no other j Gobd mixed hay for sale Apply tot il v ALEX RICE I 1Q John Hunt visited his sister near il1ll on tilts wcPk Rev T P Mooro went to Martin this weeKiln church work J Mrs George Warieu and Mrs Harry Allison are in Nashville this we6k tj t Rev W M Brown and wilily left uesijay for Essioks 111 their future iliouItea Oscar Hall of Tipton county k4 yreuu is visiting her aunt Miss Ellen Anderson ri Mrs Mollio Mooney and children 4k KenneYdy Md for the past two weeks a Mrs Georgia Ellison was called to Huntingdon Teuu Monday to attend her sister Miss Maud Parks who has typhoid foye- rfor a bJt1 taste in the iuogth take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab JJets For sale by Cowgill Cowgill Hickman never held a duller election 119 votes where the usual poll is from 800 to 1000 You can account for the slump ua you choose It pertained to both the great parties 0 Mr Sol DeBow sold his farm in tai e bottom Tuesdays to Mr R T Tyler for 8000 cash The bottom is booming as tho levee goes up Messrs John Jones and Sam Linder are bringing some Quo blooded cattle into this coiHity They received a shipment dayof the Red Pole breed from Piflowood Teiin Though first in line to the presiden tial Succession in caso Roosevelt shout die resign or lose his reason Secretary ef SUteHav 13 not a legal voter being VapfmaHeBt resident of the District of tc Ibia Pr Djiyid on loft Tuesday night for hlfi rella1r profcssioaal visit to Tiptau VillaBd Lake County Jlis engaso iMMta there are largo hilt ho is accoiu pM iied thk tune by a competent aariotwt and therefore his absent t jeHiekmaa will be bortemcd K 9t Loititt widoW with aine mar mfpfiUe dawfchters fcas just badasob riI MttMCfMted iia Ute family by ixarriate of the eiRkth This la t- ti je wMNtd weMici aM Bg t ellltkeclde lliiaga widowti r t aw-Pr 1 k Senator Vest is threatened with total blindness and has taken up his residence with Dr Henry Jf Gary of Baltimore tliooiuiuout oiioulUt who will try hw rotary system on the aged statesman We believe that there Iis a place in heaven for all that llove the I qrd and pay in advance for their Louie paper iinjunctionsj Tlio bird law will be out on Novem ber 15th and local hunters are awaiting that date with the greatest interest and on the 15th the woods and iieldsHvill be full of hunters and JJob Whitest life from that time on uptjl tile shoot ing is over will be in constant jeopardy The Rt Rev Bishop McCloskoy of tithe Roman Catholic church visited the JJickrnan church Monday and con firmed a class of twelve He was much injlickinapThe question of what to do with tho looters is one that is agitating the minds ot the public officials in many of thelargti as well as the small cities This should not bring about any trop putthemRussell E Gardner tho proprietor of the tanner Muggy COBI any of St touLiand a very wealthy young wan has one of the finest pleasure crafts on the Missouri riyer the Annie Russell His pleasure boat cost hum S4000Q He was sera at Hiokmau Ky but has Cityrennl The Mississippi River Commission will pass down tho river on their annual inspection trip probably to morrow Saturday and will view the levee atHickwanTyler and J C Harris will meet the commission at Cairo The hope is that a further allotment will be made to out leveeIMeatsdAlways at Throlke 2 wagonspromptIMiss Boanio Carpenter entertained a number of her frieufo with a Hallo wecH party at the homo of IrandMrs Julian Ohoat Friday night of last week The evening was spent in games a4 msio appropriately adapted to the occasion untiU late hour refreekalentsprosentMooro D i B1IrkeMildreil Ramage Homer Green Alax Adams Getrude Fettle Messrst1ieP itllugk Layne Lacy RfekarAi BaltzcJtlOUHaltkt O f i J l ul + l iktwrsrrTr i W NM J l ILr ii It g s k ItIf p tt I ftJ Q I Ti1i 1 j PJ t1r1t O f 11Wkr nAS TO F 4 r Who Started Low Casnu6 l FricM In Hickman Hickmandatesu Hthisargued convince the public that the credit system was a heavy burden and that I could and would show them the advantages of cash trade r j f1J1t In my sales you know I have proved this to be be a fact by actual prices Othei have begun to see facts when I have demonstrated them ande loweredprices on special articles Bear iv mindr Theiefore i some p meet theirflgwEa and may do some better ifCt1ETEUtELKELD TAXES TAXES t If you have not paid your taxes the saute must be paid on or before Dec 1st or 1 must as the law directs levy upon advertise and sell your property So please take notice aud attend to this matter and save further expense ana annoyance The penalty of 0 por cent will be added after Dec 1st G L CARPENTER Sheriff w The Fulton local option mandamus was argued buforo Judge Robbins at Mayfield last Saturday but the court withhold his decision for ton days Halo Johnson who was the nominee of the Prohibition party lor the tce presidency 1SDC was killed Tuesday at Bogota 111 by Harry Harris from whom he was trying to collect an uc count Harris was arrested and committed suicide in jail Mr Rush MoGohco of Bowling Green is spending the week with a hunting party on Heel foot ake- Do sure to rpud the advertisement of NaylorGnmpuoll Oavoe and profit tlisieby 44 4toMrs Dee Reid offers aIlee suburban placo for sale The Governor of Oklahoma declares that the bull fights thero shall bu stop pod by tho militia if necessary the mo ment cruelty is used In Spain such an announcement would doubtless be greeted with profound pity for the dull Americans who undertake to enjoy thp game with tho cream qf tip sport loft out A Two thousand zealots whoso UTIiofs prohibit them from wearing woolen clots ig or shoes or partaking of moat or milk or any animal product btro footed and clad in thilt pqiton are marching ainilefaJy through Manitoba without visible menus of subsistence on the verge of a Northwestern winter Tho Canadian officials unit people are striving to save the pilgrims from themselves but their efforts are ro pulsed Probably forco will have to be used to tontine thom where they Utay be fed and sheltered until the diflculty is solved willusetho best families When the country is prosperous tho party in power usually gets the credit for it and the politicians shout the claim from tho house tops The indus try and energy of the people good crops good seasons the demands of IhoAvorUl and the Lord dont seem to bu allowed any credit for prosperity FOR SALE A residence containing 9 rooms good b1tn and other outhouses 1 cistern good lances and two acres of ground For further information apply to MRS DEE REID Dir J1 roz ell better known as Docks Rozzell formerly of Graves county was murdered in Mississippi n few nights ago for Ins money The murder was committed by two white men and a negro The negro was captured and burned and this white men are in jail awaiting trial The amount of money secured by the murderers was 225 Rozzell wentt from Graves county to Mississippi about fifteen years ago 30000 majority 4 Supreme Judges and 10 out of the 11 Congressmen ia nc mean victory for tho Democrats iu Kentucky in view of past differences Ollio James is elected to Congress b over 1000 majority in spite of tho small Vote in this District The next Congress will be so ClOSE that both the great parties will have t bo on their good behavior Sheriff Geo Carpenter has receive from the Auditor of the State a quietus in full for taxes fee for the year 1902 Good for our Sheriff Miss Pear Russ has charge of tbi millinery department ECRICEOO r 4 taw r i- r i F iii HIPkFr i1D I w 4- r1- r r d IK J 1- rJ j A f 7jii p 1i44iiT 44HI A I w nflfCookCooking quickest cooker on earth Each stove has a guaranty bond For its and quick work We also have the most colt fte line X HpaUn Btpyes i IpQnglht stockWeprices tp sjiit vervone t We are also preparing to open thowost V V 1 t p 1- nriij a1 l tat tjI r jUuggYj yon Av aut soul hlngg oxl BcspadbfiiU v rr- S r- a ii3J1Ltt t ff L n tf 1nJ We e HENDERSON coe I I 4l 4l 4 ttti i to Book Borrow crsWill posstssionCt11ition rowed and A Fair Barbarians Ilodgson Barnett an- dlcoont by Blackinoro kindly b We same to the owner whoso I111 fethoy will find BOOK on tho LENDER flyleaves Jfc Bcasoloy a lad IS or 19 who es from the house of Reform LlIns recently was arrested by Seat Wednesday and to Lexington He was com flicj ed from Mayfield The Sheriff Is Olifint hunting three of his mates t ost disastrous issue the Demo CT to face in the election was prosperity Hence General Iir won in this section tMARRIED U jtt OuJNov 4 Mr B D Arnold lo Miss Ellie Blake both of States Mo ifI t 1Jcsithmcc For Sale suburban residence good improve meats on Dycrsburg road Apply to j MRS Jo RIDLEY n Mr H Buchanan and wife and Rev TF Moore and wife attended the golden wedding of Mr 11 S Marshal andwifo at their home in Obion county near Clayton Wednesday the 5th int There were about 75 guests present chiefly their children and relatives Thn nomnnntr was performed by their SteigleryI TilE BALLOT A weapon that comes down as still tAs snowflakes fall upon the sod But executes a freemans will Goddl And from its force nordOOlSJlOtlocks t Can shield you tis the ballot box j Pierpont v e s f Sunshine flour is the flour pric and+ quality considered Give it Jt fai 1r o 1 b hibit on our floor Wo have the agency forth Peninsular Stove the best and durability eyer T T A I d y 3 l I FROM THE WORLDS GRANARY Now York American For the first time in the history of Western railway transportation wheat grown east of the Rockies is being shipped to Pacific coast ports Some few years ago such a movement was predicted by James J Hill as the result of the development of the American trade in the Ori ent Wheat is being bought by Sari Francisco shippers as far east as Minneapolis an effort being made to obtain through freight rates by rail to the coast ant ji in steamer loads to Australia If ex ports of gold to Europe from this center shouldassume any considerable proportions it will be fully met by the incoming gold from Austra lia to pay for shipments 0f breadstuffst Last winter an infant child of mint had croup in a violent form saysL Elder John W Rogers a Christiai Evangelist ol Filley MohI Kavt cla few doses of Chamberlains Coug- Remedy and in a short time all dange was past and the child recovered This remedy not only cares croup bu when given as soon as the fitst symp toms appear will prevent the attack II contains no opium ttr other harmfnt sabstasce and maybe given as confi Fsale i sj1 r T11 O 1 t VLI J r EtJJ zin4 vLL tf rrrI f h I J J 100 Per Dozen wakeCabinetat81 per dozen I meet all competition in quality and pricesA S ROSEDALE 1D hIt is announced that tho Alabama Great Southern Railway will extendits Birmingham Akron service to Meridian Miss upon the establishment of fast mail service by the Southern Railway between Washington and Atlanta and irminghamJNovember Meridian earlier than ever before and enables connection at Meridian with Alabama and Vicksburg Railway train therebyplacing4 t Shreveport and in fact all points west of Meridian twelve or fifteen hours ear lier than at present Thus is another caso wherein tho Southern Railway gives increased service and better facil ities to the people in tins section of tire fiegicet1tonabin travelers to reach commercial I centers much quicker than formerly i Glob Democrat TGtkelablie S t i Allow mo to y5afew words in pcifee ot Remedy 1- hacChaJRbet5Cou and feared I l takingthefeltbettercoldhI r tfllHrsfOt Va1forll1lr1 EteRIr a Tltiyikelds I a v i TTwLJzT tIt W n R J W v rf 1 UL J I i t 4r f L 7 WeOnly Ask You r To Inspect our StocksS tin our various Departments We believe our goods and prices will do the rest n our GROCERY DEPARTMENTjj We carry a large stock of the very Best Brands of Staple and Fancy Groceries We are now receiving our new stock of can goods also wcthavelnst received direct from plantation our famous high grade open kettle N O Alolnsses We sell at wholesale and retail Just received car Michigan Salt and we keep It nice and drv in house The very best salt to be had at 8185 per bbl Our HARDWARE QUEENS WARE DEPT Embraces a full line of Staple Harnware In8FaIDOUS BuolJs GooRiij StOYB AND Jfle Wilsoii ilr Tigt Heating stove i QueensSported ware 8 N OUR HARNESS DEPARTMENT All kinds of Plow and Wagon Gear r Bug bbJ Taril ss l33gh= est Grade and best material and workmanship only Our DRUG DEPARTMENT Pure Drugs and Pharmaceutical preparations Patent Medicines Perfumery and Toilet Articles J Our IIIShoe and Furnishing Goods Department In this Department we take pleasure in announcing that we secured the Celebrated Giescke Shoes for Men and Famous Godman Shoe for Ladies In this department we are prepared to show you a select Hue o- filosiery f i Gloves Ties Shirts Underwear Overalls Jumpers Etc Cheap for asbWe pay Highest Market Price for Grain Produce and 5Poultry c ic 35 iCall and see us Yours Respectfully JAYLOR a CAMPBELL I Cayce = = Ky I COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Hickman Ky Nov 3 1902 Council met in regular session Pres enfMayor Dillon Councilmen Glaser Ledford Kirkpatrick Brevard Beck may and Swayne Minutes of last regular meeting and of call meeting of Oct 8th were read and on motion approved and signed Tke following accounts were presented properly approved and on motion allowed and checks ordered issued for amounts J A NOiAN Dieting receiving and releasing prisoners x 8 430 ToM DIDLOST JR Payroll at Power Bouse 89 50 Street pay rollr 10 0 Serving notices 4 75 Pay roll for City Cemetery 80 90 Supplies for Water and Light plant 40 55 W SJIEJTDISONCO Feneing for Oemetery 64 GO EE REEVES Shelving for store room 5 00 N O Webb Sons presented their account lor 69986 for material and labor at Power House On motion Mae was approved by the Council and the clerk was instructed to issue them a check for 166000 the remainder to be held back pendiug the satisfactory re pair of boilers- TheMayor reported that he had since lastieetingof the Coancil instructed the clerk to testae a check to Tom Ben ton for the slim of 91100 for posts for cwaetery OB notion the action of the Mayor and Clerk was approved by the ooancil Report of Tom Dillon JrM City Marshal for Oct 1902 75IXKPORT OF CITY TREASURY FOR Oct 1902 EXEKALFUND ACCOUNT Tbl per Sept report 430 15 71Ii 1 00 iI fl7 0111ekHftpaid 5W 33 v 13t1 to oriadtt thU Met 1364 WATWl AND LWHT BOXD ACCOUNT To bal for ifdrpofk 1 1045 30- By lljsoapww paid 390 00 t +1 k Hal to credit this account 715 30 I No change in City Hall account aWThe foregoing reports were reed ordered spread upon records published and filed The clerk reported that he bad e ecuted and delivered a deed to Mrs D Price for lot No 314 in the Cit Cemetery size of lot 20X20 ft and tha he holds Supt Dillons receipt for 91600 payment for same also a deed to John Wright for West half of lot No 312 in the City Cemetery size of ha lot 20X20 ft and that ho holds Supt Dillons receipt for 3200 payment for same The City Assessor turned in tlie City Tax Book for the rnsaing year and on motion same was accepted and checks ordered issued to her for F50 00 for making the assessment On motion C A Holcombe Joshua Naylor and A ClieHolmes were appointed as a Board of Supervisors to meet at the City Hall on the first Monday in Dec to supervise the Tax Book On motion council adjourned H C HELM CC gTHEThe Aurora Elgin Chi cago Railway recently com pleted now holds the sPee record for electrical propelled railway cars The Lorain c Cleveland Railway wllic I held the record heretofore attained speed of fiftyfive I I miles an hour with trolley cats and such speed forms the limit to this system j The Aurora Elgin d Chief IIgo Railway however has I made use of the thirdrail system and thus attains a sooedof sixty miles an hour Wer certain stretches of its j I fiftysix miles of road FAUX TOR SALE 4Small westMoutgoaieryschool 1 appltcCOiIrierl ly FEE flftABBUNe LAWM Chattanooga NewsInthe Nashville American ijub ivarontn county 1 YTennesseel fee grabbing Justices of theuce But the feegrabbing juaticlig no worse than his ally the fejgrab biug lawyer the scavenger whqlI1 stigates litigation for a portion of the take out There arc levoral of those fellows not u thou and miles from Nashville I The American could have addc withall truthfulness that tli Cliat1y tanoogi bar has been brain b lfter lecI grabbing lawyers llafcjly Some of them have been put out of business out is in the penifen tiary and a few others arc h7 watched It is only a mnt a time until thee profession rid Itselfentirely of such pro I TIS I I 1 Beautiful Clear Skies Herbino exerts a direct mtluojifttf on the bowels liver and kidneys HJJjVuifrj and strengthening these or m5tyTU EotC1t u cause of yellow molly greys n- and more or less of piuples sand blackheads 50c at L Ellisons 3 + a A New town t y Tho Wiokliffe Yeoman Trimhlo of this city actlq I sentatiye of Mrs i l M olives at Meriville and w IO acres of land laying on 1 ud- south side or the branch IWfe being I built from Paducah to Cairo drove I out to Menville last Saturday weekend sold 386 acres laying oil the north tide t the branch road to a pad li sadi cafe known as E W SmiY id asso ciates for a cash considers of 520 000 Stoke Payne a member ofjihe syndicate was here a week or soo coursehoobjectulative one and they will no droti as a business propogjjion boom riihe lot4tbI A DaBgerons Month This is the month of coughs tj and acute catarrh Do you catch 301 easily Find yourself hoarse will tickling in your throat and an annoying cough at night Then you BhonliTaL ways have handy a bottle of Ballkrits Horehound Syrup J A Anderson 351 West 5th IIA Salt T I o City writej F I yyinforI ate relief We know its the best leans J dy for these troubles I write this fain duce other people to try this plcSnt I and efficient remedy 25c 50c and SI I t L P W S Ellisons r G t to NEW PORTO RICAN DEBT proniiJfigure politics a he nFzectlinj rt ure which has for its obje slim plete Americanization of J d ecItof the islands s lcU 19queuedtogether and labor for the of Porto Rico l A Startling Surprise Verviewcou1c1 believe in lOOKII at A T Hoadley a healthy robusf I- esmith of TUden Iud that for to aj rsosuffered such tortures from RbatiSm as few could endure a veJBut n wonderful change follow taking Electric Bitters Two 1 1 j JIhavej isNervousnesslibloodi themi0cENGLAND TWOR j FAIRp dT 1 Washington Nov 3Major Gere cal Corbin has SiThomasGeneralhisII grtatjyI interested himself in the St Louis ExI GcnerajfthatI I he has hadan interview with Kip EdIword and his inalated gatesconiuaysio I attend the thoEnglishgs ExpositvHisFranco- ales Of will uo named as the headt the special CmbllSSjLust Saturday marked inthe1 FairfJepa rations in St Louis The prear danalin the first ofbuildings t theho j Worlds Fair t iiiicatedt berg of the Chicago Prest Siijo m ClubbJ1J- e s Pe Stosisof cu tg ate l t ic J I PJtMO r4 The minor jtobls nre the easy Who burn the midnight wick whonThedThere is a gradual coolness slipoing between the earth and Old Sol in other words frost is appearing The festive mosquito is still in evidence while the lance fly is potting rheumatic Mrs A V Underwood tho lady who raised toMrisle new purchase the J J Young property for merlyCorn tfiedaycommodity mifls 78SL to the labor in volved Now enterprises are the order ot the in llickman and the capital recent invested in improvements and the different branches of trade are an index ofa healthy growth but ono of the most sorely needed enterprises is still lacking viz a good up todato flouring couunnnityfeelsmany ands of dollars are expended for mill feed and flour that could be kept at homo if some enterprising individual or company would embark in the business By all means lot us have a mill roller process latest unproved machinery and all f COOPERATION AND ITS INFLU ENCED ON AGRICULTURE Cooperation is really the one great weapon which has proven to be the great adjuster of disastrous conditions which confront the industry of agricul ture It is well known that the farmers of this nation and throughout the world are the helpless victims of every trust and combine that journotromtribute to every industry in the land He pays whatever prices these trusts sot on their goods while he is obliged to stop aside and let them sot the price on the farmers product which they set without regard to whether the crop is large or small whether the gruin is rood or bad whether the price is high or low These prices are made without regard to what it costs the farmer to raise their crop But the fixed charges of handling the farmers crops by the middlemen in its passage from produce- consumerto i3 always the swine Transportation charges are the same wheth er the grain is good or bad whether I the crop is great or small the same charges for elevator handling storage insurance commission etc making 23 cents per bushel to laud grain at New York from the farmers local silo 1 f tion in the average center of the whoa belt of the country Exchange The above is a clipping from an Eas tern permissionoriginal article on Cooperation AUlou Farmers AKAQOX h DIED 4nod in Hickman on Thursday the 30tluIL Mrs Kate Ryan wife of Mr John Ryan The deceased had lived ini Hickman but a few weeks and lifru1 but few acquaintances here Her devoted husband carried her remains to Mur ray Ky their former home for burial nil USHER AI HOME 1Dr Frank Usher the brilliant young S army surgeon is at home on a vis DreUsher is now located in the Philippines Srarmyi will remain several days Fulton Load er rUsher visited Hickman Tuesday is now stationed in California ETHEResLOGE Hartford Courant There were some thjngs in his life the remembrance of which gave him pleas Tire to the end One was that in a Con gross the Thirtysixth where all the other men described themselves as meal ers of the Democratic party the Re ublican party or tho American par ty he wrote himself down on the offi rcial record as n whig Emerson Eth oridge Whig The great and brilliant party of say and Webster had dwin died to a singlQ man but in life politi cal loneliness the one man was stead fast and unafraid COMPULSORYn Paducah Ky Nov 4 County Judge Lightfoot Monday rendered uu impor tant opinion in the case of Dr Frank Boyd tor the State board of health against Theodore Luttrell to force tho defendant to have his children vacci uated and asked the court to apply tho penalty because Luttrell had reface- dJadgoLightfootdecidedforthedefend ant contending the State board of I health had no power to make laws and IlatI power exceeded its authority sachl TI h- 1 r J iW4iT 71i JI io 1i 11 1 LI= r ll 1 A L A i I Ti1tleryTiII19ery i i Breat Redl1diBflG I3XT Pattern Hats Just think of it We have cut the price of Pattern Hats right in the middle of the Season We are showing beautiful Plats Away Bolow Regular Price We want to CLOSE OUTS Everything in the MILLINERY LINl 5 showingrthe prettiest line ever shown in HickmanV m iV t e 1 i k I and get the pick df them they will nolTlas long We are More than pleased iiitli willinggto make liy reductions on the rest of our stock i FL g Ri e A 64 THE PERSONAL RETAINER OF A LAWYER For twenty years United States Attorney General Kuox was one of the most successful corporation lawyers in the United States His personal re tainers amounted tt fPOOOO a year When Prasident McKinley asked him to become attorney general m 1807 he declined because he couldnt afford to oxchango a personal income of 8150000 for a salary of 8000 and a carriage When the offer was made four years later he was better able to make the sacrifice and ho acceptedi Startling list Tree U every one knew what a grand medicine Dr Kings New Life Pills is writes D H Turner Dempsoytown Pa youd sell all you have m a day Two weeks use has made a newman of me Infallible for constipation stomach and liver troubles 25c at Cowgill J Cow gills drug store KNIFE BLADE IN HIS BRAIN fOR 22 TEARS Chicago Noy 4After having carried a knife blade an iiicji aud a quar ter fo length in Ids brain for tweaty two years P11 Kent has U8dergo H successful operation for its removal The blade had brokea off 4 the skull and the point has been all Ulese1Nrs iascrted squarely into the brain Siace the iinjury hndbeca received Mr Keat had suffered from epileptic seizures The physician who perforiaed Ute ejMr attoa says tke patient will recover full coatroJ of laic w Icltl MATLOCKDALTON Mr Will Matlock and Mr Kate Dalton a well known couple of Al exander were married last night at Mackrewettsecond marriage of hotlinltotiL- eader THE RIGHT TO LABOR Leslie Weekly The right of the individual to sell his labor where and when he chooses ts fundamental to tho safety of the State If that right cannot be protected under bur republican system then we should welcome the man on horseback JHMpea eH a Ten PeRRY flail NPowelli made of ten penny nails and thrust ono nail entirely through her foot aad a second one half way through Cham Uyapphedpatahadsafferiugwaschild was wearing Tier shoe as usual XlPowellotForklandseptic and heals such inJHrifcg witbovt maturation and in one third the time required by the ssaal treatment Fcsale by Cowgill k Cawgill Th4taost renarkable of all trusts tar ooeD laacMd by FJeis iMI tke M rist of the H ffinaa Maass New York aAd ekewhere It WM capitalised at SlOOiOOaIHlU prpere ie to eitr the Serai BMRMS of AWNM t t r 1 o i cc jTur a it ii i 1 y i y r- ra a 1 tt 5