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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iL wigs K 7JN 1 Imot I r 1 i I ifltHEJ i t- C J = 1 lM INiY iI1tlf t- q h t7 r r 11 OLDEST NEWSPAPEP I3S BENT1TOKJttii F- ESTERr i t jl 1 1859 HIV I r ESTABLISHED i R 28 1902 VOL1J1 I XXXV NO44 t41aF 1s y tV 1 6s t t I It tili lti lh l tE i Ii i r- Y t rit+ t y 4 r 1r V WECDO CARRY tT1 THE BEST STOCJE UNDERWEAR i COj s l issI i zi t t1 l i WQcnfifyour feet with good Shoes f i c I 1 Wf Cf i IJYou to buy your next pail of Sflioesfiomi u if + SHQE lOR Brp eitt4 y P 7 You lfind what you wants for tfratfhboy for t Scliool f or Dress Wear j MM ii vLADIESfand CHlDKEN V j i we have everythintlmt iSllulace tf and Irevi v footwear T tt r f 1 I K r t YOtF cash Avill buy more Itore than it I willihB cieciifc houses Aerial will 0011 j i rouh jI H Itf r i r r 1 tA rJ z J 1f i ICtri If f t- C3ash I Ebde tbar egff RiceI I I 1 j l J J I i t 1 JK1 f h 1HELP WITH THE NEWS II There never was a paper in any locality that gave all the news It is often j that porno persous cone or go that tho 1 editor does not see It happens that al family is missed several times Thoytt get the mistaken impression that tho paper docs not care to mention them Tho paper has no ill feeling no spite or enmity against anybody Dont be afraid to give the news of interest Per haps you think the paper has shown partiality but try and seo if it doesnt treat you well if given a chance If you are going away on a visit or hayoa visitor in your home please no tify 4sswe will appreciateany assist flNINGthisIlinet THE PUBLIC I Float UOSEDAU 1 Bdnofc decjeved a Cabinet Photo is a picture of an established size the paper that a cabinet is made on is 5 X gh niches and the card fpxtra You may be led to believe that a picture two by three U a Cabinet Photo it is not w Wive I make a picture 1 call a Cabinet a Cabinet and when speaking of Horses I1 call a Horse a Horse David Crocket- tMMLbea reyoH era right and then i fo ahead I am still making Cabinet Photo Platiuo fanish lot one Dollar pe dote Respectfully A S ROSEDALE A t BIGGEST GUN INBALLARD 4 fLee Allison killed twentyone ducks at two shots last Saturday evening o Swim goad The pan used in slaught efiuf three birds is none other than to I prop cty of E P Tomlin with which heI NrTwUnJkll1ccl a duck flying mile kik JHtTM r Wickliffe Yeoman J1r oJ l y 1 All tko Pretty Girls realiz1iiaoemeitye l iMiKkMft Yeltety and white For r iraa 111I1MM1d eti WitchHazel Crea l jb MM toot preparation on the pWpOIie The qnantltv yo iwice u much and it goes four Attiher than any other prepara kad for SSc Wry it once an- de I no other For sale at r Drag Store and Cow ill cej II- MULE THIEF Officer Webb received word from Union City Saturday night that tho HU thontiea had under attest a man by the name of Bob Rbdirers upon the charge of stealing a mule The mule belonged to Mr BlI Nance of Gra oa county and was taken from his wagon oh the streets of Mayfield lust Friday a JUDGE nQHERiYJstOPNI N Au opinion was rendered by Judge ODoherty at Louisville Saturday in a case against the Sun Lifo Insnianco company a company that writes what is known as industrial insurance in wliichfhoheld that the company was bound by the verbal agreement ol their agents even to waiving any of tho printed clauses in the policy Asleep Amid lames Breaking into a blazing home some firemen lately dragged the sleeping inmates from death Fancied security and death near Its that way when you neglect coughs and colds Dont do it Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption gives perfect protection against all Throat Chest and Lung Troubles Keep it near and avoid saf tearspoonful stops u late cough persistent trie the most stubborn Harmless and nice tasting its guaranteed to satisfy by Cowgill Cowgill Price 5Qc and 1 Trial bottles free TENUREn FOR JUDGESJ attemptewill be made at the coming session of the Legislature to take the State courts entirely out of politics Senator Athan ADausman of Elkhart has announced that he has prepared an amendment to the State Constitation providing that the Governor shall appoint the of the Supreme Appellate and Circui- Courts the appointments to be con firmed by the State Senate Tho Judges terms are to tip subject to their good behavior wouldt tline decisions of the United States courts where tho edges are appointed are about as ranch discredited on account of politics as where thQ Judges ar elected sari METHODIST CONFERENCE A P01NJMENTS Among the appointments for the w smug year of the Moth dis- 111 of the Memphis Conference essiot last week at Paris I pun an e following Presidug l31c1er Union City ii- U B Beskerville + Elder Jon to the Brownsville District t lov totlui Paris DistrJO 1 to the Led lon Dl tr DlMkArd to the Jaesbii StationiUnion CityW k YJtIJJUjCuyceCJrcuitSl Crystal Mis ion- Tiptuuville B Dt Fulton E U Rrt 1f Moscow VircuitVC- oluU1bn J V Pr- Vnli r Valley H lLor1 Hard wcllJ HFiQful Barlow dircnjjU41 j Clinton E u Harris MayHeld J II Rolf t MlanE K Btai Huntingdon WiU y- BrownsvilleI Ciraui- Jacksm Firstchjireli DyirsbnrgR HMo I II fItipityst fttrcshAlways nt Tltrclk II- prompt delivery Z MABRIED IN U CI Mr Leslie DtMyet Knight of this city ti piat riuge at the Pttlags J1UtclJ Mtit six ocltctfijifday ev t S W Kendrick of the l ttit eit1JLhaCQUple Iqrt day ultcrnooii YullOunttPcliil tnurmug Mr r young man and iis 3 i bm F DeMyora jewelry s ui HIs bride is the danghtttrraf la Adams und is a pretty anSin young Indy t The marriage waS TOJ oc nrrtd tLe Sunday lJrcsJ au error Mr and MiWj 5hIe say Elder John W lto JJnijirlstit it Evangelist 1ndy Idtr JrlJPVO lira few doses of s Cough Remedy and in a snort time all danger was past and the onitd recovered This remedy nobonly cures jponp lint when given as soon as tho first syuig toms appear will prevent tho attack t contains no opium tl1 gthorharmfni substance and may bo given as confi dently to a baby aa to an adult Jmi sale by CoWgill i Cowgill TOOK TOO MUCH TIME Ijenl GU qnr110llhose stutteringiisy amoiisr tells a story of the late Williai Tra veiS wjiosft stuttering notorious It is that Trav ers once got in the line ntcwindow of a railroad d t and when his turn caneJ gn CGi gigive mm me a tick et forforfor o6tccOll11- of the lino imnaoiein 1 y yelled the busy tioketl7411 Perhaps by the tim 2 IVc youllwaitedknow what you want Travers meekly rCd and when lie reapp 1 1at the window ten mina at er he said JustSrSrsend mmmeb lby fffreight f i fWhat do you mean Why do you say that asked thc tiCket seller j Well you sssseer41i plailled Icocaie tXpress mmy myself1 A Startling Surprise altA2 Hoadloy a healthy robust black smith of Tilden Ind that for ten year he suffered such tortures from Rheuma tism as few could endure and live But a wonderful change followed hi taking Electric Bitters Two bottled wholly cured me ho writes and I yeaTheytfit blood und cure Rheumatism Neuralgia I Nervousness improve digestion uric Oulet GOc at Gowgill CowgiUs drtig store I FIVE THOOSAfifl TiTIVjpERE KILLED MY THE ttOLOfu IC ERUP ON who has just arrived icnmPben brings additional tge faused by the ro r tannic disturbances In an in M Campbell said l no clear idea yet of the loss tilting fromj tho Volcanos featherpfrkrein lmttvei have been killed indTialk at San Jose too J b refugees having beer JJjbars but 1 saw no in lJI fact I bothered very plfihfe except the fact tttf ynpoverishod and I ffls Of getting back to iiftrtt atjSan Jose that vac trying to sup I reasonIill to do anything like ace of ruin was ap Ipdy ffeoflncas that have 6 r 11V edriWrmore a tTho plantation or Ai imoi was wiped out ofV f ijiachiuery upon it worth jftVhiehisdesroycd Some 1 t ro teed nu otrer of pea Adolfo Meyers DfiO m gold was entire i Of these fine places 35tmiles worst of the vol mj ot Qnezaltenango is I I pifpM for the houses are jtt tirdlcQu down the people Jr nff utnud the niigbborhood pod with sand and ashes r SAYr fol f viiig interview with Congre small taco i ioroo t i lOTOttBu oleotioiw go to show that tDomouratip party has nothing to ox ft t rtlfp Wosieru States New York iLeutitfi and had other see MJbim4d tltaaaute way wo would fv ttnrrmd pile lloase by a large ma- t1 Ifcloolcs to mo as though wo Vpfgqi right back tovUie same point Htlottjly spoabinc that we were twon- q v tif tr1t UI woon New York and tic solidI South The West deserted Democracy the iniauto itj haw that it could not Rot whit it wdhfetf an to ilver I AFIRE ON TIME A lire occurred at Louisville ltya fof months ago at II 45 a m standard tirfo The firms that were burned out hah insurant policies which expired at noon the day of the fire Standard time is got the real time which is IT min- utEts faster So that the fire in Louis vino instead of beginning at 1145 boo gftnt 1202 by solar schedule The twins of the policies do not specify tlither the time they refer to shall bo s ndard or solar It now scorns that- me insurance companies are resisting ywent and sotting up as a defense that the policies had expired when the ircibroko outrrho easel presents an in terjfhig question which we thinK the o a should decide iin accordanco with Jo anion souse and general custom The mmorQial world cant do business on idard time and adjustobligatlons on 1 inr schedules lest Liniment on Earth 1 McUaney Greenville Text rittNov 2d 1000 I had rheuina lttjuxt It t winter was down In bed six wSeks tried everything but got no re lief till a friend gave me a part of ia bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment I used it and got two more bottles It cured uSud I havent felt any rheu matism o I can recommend Snow Liuiul bo tho Jest liniment on catthioerfieuniatisni For rheumatic tail4r enralgic pains rub in Bal rris Snow Liniment you will not suf fuono but will be gratified with a iSpeedy and tleetive cure 25c 50c and 1 at fJP W S Ellisons r FOR THE PARTY FIRST l If tljo State Central Committee un dcrtiJEcPto run the ineligibility of Gov ernpqBeckham oyor tho Democrats o f thlS1nc they lmvo never heard It thunder In the thickets before like they will during the coming campaign 1So far as thc Misseuger is concerned it is t for JDatnocracy above any munor sot omen f and it intends to fight for its suc J cess regardless of Mr Bcckham or any Other aspirants for gubernatorial l lion sa rsMayftold Messenger Worm Destroyer Whites Cream Vermifuge not only e kills worms but removes the mucus and slime in which they build their nests 1 it brings and qttickly a healthy coudi r thou of the body where worms cannot Sxist 25c at L P W S Alison a Pi A E t- If 1 i Big Shirt SaleComme- ncingSATURDHY NOV 29And continuing until all are sold Look pricesfA lot r at29cAnother lot goes at 39c each worth 75 S1Another 125toM i yet gala r fgThese but I am determined to- close SfT v you best andcheapest lines of Mens i Ladies and Chfldrens lnaerwear Gloves and Shoes At Price- sAo CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST afinp line of Trunkp and Thaveling Bags at r LovPries i t I XSTWbat over you dofiont miss the ShiriBSale ti w J i 11 o De5frTor 13IJC1jAN N CORNER i L J+ r 1f ANOTHER SPLIT 1 The Democracy of Ken tucky is evidently preparing for another split says the Cumberland Courier- It is already in evidence in the coming gubernatorial cTTntest One faction is bent on haying a primary and of course there is great opposi tion to this monopolistic plan of nominating a candidate for Governor The reasonable argument against a pri mary being advanced is tnat it shuts out aspirants of lim ited means The history of splits in the Democracy of Kentucky was unknown un til a few years ago when the machine was introduced into its harmonious ranks Since then there has risen dissentidn which has resulted- in rotten party organization The machine is a monster orb ganization up to the stateex ecutive power and supported by a lot of officeholders who desire to fatten off the public teat by continuationI iirr office The average voter usually falls into their meshes andsfhe rebels when the truth dawns upon him die sde nounced as a traitor toprty principle BeaHtifal Clear Skies Horoinoexerts a direct influence on the bowels liver and kidneys purifying and strengthening these organs and maintaining them in a normal condition e of health thus removing a common cause of yellow mothy greasy skin and more or lSSof pimples blotch and blackheads 60c at L P WiS Ellison VIC rIfSALE In any quantity sn 7 J COWOILL k COWQILL t r tw I ON DEMOCRATIC FUTURE New York Nov 24Iu a copyrighted article published iin the New York World Grover Cleveland prcsse his views on thoUutureof the Democratic partyI Amongother things he says The popular apprehension of the evils of ggrcssiveeipusiOli and its incompatibility with what has always been regarded as safe Americanism is constantly row ing and cannot fail to become in the near future a most important factor in the Apolitical thought of our people f The tremendous s growth of trusts theimmense businessaggregations and themanner in which they stifle healthful competition and throttle indiviclualenterprise cannot pass long unheeded by the voters of the land The stupendous govern mental extravagance that now pre vails must at length be appreciated by the people as not only a drain upon their earnings and accumulations but as a most pcrnicuoud example calculated To undermine the love of wholesome egonotey among our citizens t TliQstf topics ana others which might be mentioned and the abuses connected with them should 1 be bravely and uncompromTaingjr dealt with by the Democraticpirty as tlVey all involve Democratic rjw- x principle Lick IB Thirteen By sending 13 sides JTms Spireda tioxlateBSckleas Araka Salve tkat W4kettyt cured a horrible fever sore tm kk Me Notbtag else could Positively ewai Bruises Jfel w Uloecs nt4iMw Boils BarM Cocas and filet Orgy 25c Guaranteed by CowgiM ACiewjctll + t dritggi4s 1J Fl 1f J t t rL fim i cJJtD 4 f 4 c 4 t i I x e fV f 1fi l f4i J t p- Jo r i T I 0 I w it y J J 1 a a c- C f Or t r k 1- t j 7 t t f 4 iJ 3J 1 I I 1 i ji j i a 3 N o r r t 3I t 1 i afete i4pl iI Y At f 1i I t Ar rnJr I I II I 4 I I J i J tit t tt i 1i I 4F F t tF R t 1a i t t rI4a t a 14HE HICKMANt COURIER r I GEORGE WARREN Editor HIOKMAK KY NOV 28 1902 Congress Next Week The Congress meets next week and thea we will have politics and politics beandbetter by the seselon President Roosevelt promteed in some of has cam toJofri the tariff by its friends and the Cuban reciprocity bill would follow but the leaders of the Presidents party in news paper mtteraacea affirm that there will beup such legislation These leaders recentcelection endorsed and approved the ex v Mtisg tariff and governmental policy sad therefore no changes This short 8 mtoB will probably pass the appropri atioB kills and apthing prove Vf Thanksgiving Day 34asy of our people observed Thanks giviag some by church observance some by good dinners and some by Rood deefe toward their neighbors For j what should we be thankful t lit That we live m a Christian matryblessed of God 2 Because of the general prosperity jV sfthreagfcoat the whole country 3I Because of good crops good sea pjsoas and a healthful industrious pro i plie t toFor the light we see 3 For air and breath I For the life we enjoyall the gift tofthat All Wise One The happiest man or woman Thurs day night was the one who had helped vv his neighbor by some kindly act to 1ake kim thankful V v Bselfoot Lake Litigation The loog talked of suit of the Dough erty heirs who claim to own Reelfoot lake has at last been brought is thefChancery Court of Obion county claim that part of the land which is now Keelfoot Lake was granted by the State of North Carolina to Major Dougherty ia 1787 this territory being then a part of North Carolina They claim that the land was never sold o transferred and that adverse possession by which title can be gassed does not bold for no one could have actual pos session of a body of water The suit is tiled against Major J C Harris the now claimant Both sides have employed eminent lawyers The decision of this case will finally determine the owner ship of Reelfoot Lake Hooeevelt Didnt Invite Boo- tU ne aU newspaper talk President Roomeve- ldid sot iavite Booker Washington to dine with him that Rooseyelt isan aristocrat to the tip end of his fingers and equalityIati lane with him thWhitemade no disclaimer because he thought th report too absurd But to those who care for the incidentat all what dif theylunched exampleIsthPresident right to tolanchBHCKHAMS ELIGIBILITY Teet Suit to be Instituted j An inJunction suit is to be instituted to Beckhaform GoyernOrIt lthatmay decide before the Democratic nominating con yention partyP8pen1 BecktramComntttehay uominatioa theyNy p thatthet primary v Will farce the poorer candidates off the p4r ek er prevent their entering k I The Courier Galled Out Hiekman My Nov 32 1002 CourierMthe atileefpartpyeader the moat pap alar the Jrmet and most ooosfeteat the broadest statesman Is tke Dinratto party and be partys beet candi date f OANSWERSeriL iMdMaHas 0 con SAidespopnearpopularfoUowrsg lately the hraaeet in standing by ls coevietiooe And the broadest states iran in our ranks is Senator Morgan of AkbaHM Thw far the Coarierawwepj i promptly and plainly but the farts- eit Miioa a too the beet candidate iore OReilli wYe Imi rapportlsga straight DanioBratki platform than t ivrfefN tfry OH a Uee server f c I r y i r 4ir ir tip W 11rb 1 S s i I 7 tII r U r- Ti31SSTIAIS1JlT trr JII AS TO IJJ MiJj o Started Low Cash Prlbs tin ickmarsFrom the day I opened n gash rocery Store in Hickman dates the lower prices for ijr des i Hickman You know that this is a fact Each week tB iurier I have argued to con vince the public that the Sfijtll W jSps a heavy burden and that I could and would shovNj jplvantagesl of cash trade In my sales you know I lia T i to be be a fact by actual prices Others have begimjj Sshen J have demonstrated them and have lowered pd m rtlcles Bear in mind that my cash prices apply ythiug in stock rhere fore come to see me fOIJIme special artIcles I will meet their prices and m 1 HTHBELTLELD BECAME AN ADVERTISER Tae Only Jeweler In Town Turned from the Error of Ills Way A practical knowledge put into practice of the practical laws political economy yould have savedmany business men from arisingfrom manybusiness a There is aa economical Mlacy which has been one of the banes ofJ dealers who do business in sma alra0 one of the hoodoos of the advertising solicitor was once tersely expressed to me In a remark made by a jeweler I am the only onei in business in the whole town I have no competitor Why need r advertiseI to be able to say that it didnt require a surgical operation to remove this err f 1 btothoustnili away him to com pare the jewelers prices with hisi suspectedthati in Uhsome cases not so low as those of the only jeweler in town thatea neighbor had sent to this department store for an expensive article ofjewelry which she could have securedwith 1 less trouble and expense andwith the privilegelessIf prior examination from the jeweler ompetiHon tforiWhy she must be a fool said that gentlemanc Why couldnt she have come here Thats what I asked her Sesaid she had no idea you kept suchI articles No idea I kept such articles Why I make it a point o get the llatest novelties And this is the reward I get for bringing such goods to the town Ah Would you mind telling me where you got this new show c38e1I Why 1 I got it from the cityIof course What was the price Fifty dollarscashof course Cheap wasnt it And a hundred yards down this street you can get the same kindof showcase for the same money less what you paid for the favorabrle terms than cash down I Are you sllre1I g ohBut how was I to know that2thej Thats the point Our fuini ure dealer doesnt advertise b hides his light under a bushel I to 1 sknowI see said the jeweler after a t moments play of emotion Ib Iim the fool Oh dont say that You prott I ably know more from the ve tirj competition other merchants cuff than you do of your own though perhaps you waJwonder jfanumber of watches in town are not poopQpujHihasccl elsewhere let idhi y l this part of the cbiintr they cannot see lhrt moT or inspect their purohu e disposing of tlfcir cash 1 r can buy better good UP prices right here in town Thats so Why nog ofto think of it titers nr p well to do people here vydft never been in my shop it is as you saytheir mo out of town I never rean ized1 itthat is jn my casel I guess Ill advertise some oaspecialties and some of my pricu And ouwould t mind my chanju 11ugl the advertisement once u awhile when J gcG new good would Any youJJJJ I stahlwellAuy renter who wants to own a far can buy this by paying small amour iOrOFFER OF 1000 A HEAD FO DEAD TRAIN ROBBERS Chicago 111 Xoy 2JTrain robbery as an industry is to be throttled through concerted action of railroad and expressI companies operating from headquarters scattered throughout the Middle Vest Local officials of some r the roadsdi I rectly interested have been spurred to drastic measures Jf The Davenport robbery of the fast Ohicago Rock Island and Pacific train was the straw that broke the carne 8 back The railroad company in can EzpsCompanyduring the day of 5000 for the arrest and cpfr viction of the knights of the road who iintercepted their train early Saturdaj thtengiueIvehicle dynatutttbomb i In addition to a declaration of alwf policy to follow these robbers until ca tared D trIf an announcement that add train robber would he worth S t SJl any of its employes Ji It was Inferred by some whC caN- o the order that dead train robbe would be preferable to live one Jj We have given all our trainmen to understand said F A Delanj general manager of the Burlington road and also the express messengers4p8Eaflm tram robber is worth 1000arty of them All of our conductors 4a men carry revolvers nod we Faro 12conraging them to do so and to i them to shoot straight I sin in tavor of concerted notion ou the part ofrail way nmtiHKements and express companies which shall flays for its object too- ounding of train robbers to the ends of earthrandutthat is Federal evSuer cases which will make it the business of the Government to chaseS and catch train robbers instead of Being the business of State authoritIes egtJ Laborticketsryparticularsin 100 Per PezeH c t for a short time only 1 will maka j Jflatino Finish Photographs at per dozen I meet all competition in quality and prices j A S ROSEDALE 1 j t3 W ARGAINSr i In Seasonable Goods f- i i ISHIRT W TS = a11SilkI SHIRTWAISTS = janMILLINERY = f 20a1 ar prices 1 and S2 at yt p2GreenhJfeWor5SE3w ftuq JOjlt I a Off = flWePatternILI 1 Kardicss of cost price To sell OFFquick wo offer them at 3 = cFiuo line Misses trimmed Ilats ranging at S250 to 459 at reducedpricesgreatly reduced = BALTZER DODDS 4 WHY BEEF CONTINUES DEAR Solicitor General Richards offers an explanation of two 1problems which have been xexorcising dI Fence the institution of th joyernment suit against the tvhgalr proceediriobserves that a criminal suit again the leading members of tliifeist would have failed I unl i t could be proved tlm they were personall bogiment of the unlawfulI i hcts of their employes a proof diflicult to obtainI Protesofferss 1 11- eason rocrastination The first may be accepted but upon the count of delay the injunction method has notII been remarkable for celerity j producingfo the public is concerned J Mr Richards however has In explanation for this alsofHe says that as a result oftthe temporary injunction re training the trustamo11 receivingfreight Pinieshre now pa3yig thetttI full railroad tariff and thisI J qfr+ fact presents them from hY t 0 S llowering the price of meat even if they so desired Hij independen1butchers ness by the rate diserinli tion will soon resume com petition ICefollowTherethat rebates on transporta yefactor trtlmonopoly relief that may follow the restoration of petitionnecessarilyslaw tIproscription of rate discrimination is stringently enforced it should in time afford an effective check against extortionate prices A JaHgeroRS MeRth This is tho mouth of coughs colds and acute catarrh Do you catch c easily Find yourself hoarse with a tickling in your throat and an annoy cough at night Then you should ul ways have handy a bottle of Bella Horehonnd Syrup J A Anderso wfltcsIWeyrDp or coughs and colds It gives immedi relief remedyfor InducopleasbII- a1 L P8 W S Ellisons Mas Beauchamp the distinguished temperance lecturer is announced in Hickman soon Pate and place will be published noi6sreek Ii joWJROOSEVELTS it EXPENSIVE imriON TO B PRINTED FOR WEALTHY X COLLEOTORb A Philadelphia publishing l firm is arranging topprint 1226 sets of President Roose velts books Each set will comprise twentytwo vol tunes They will be divided into four classes The cheap est will sell for 1750i volume or 885 a set and the most expensive for 150 a volume or 3300 a set The twentysix sets to be will have the autographS signature of Theo dore Roosevelt in each vol umeTho 1president will receive 1large royalties A special paused per will be Each sheet has a distinctive watermark= carrying the words 1 TUeo dore Roosevelt The sale of these books has already been arranged They will not be advertised or oth erwise placed on the market All will Ue taken by wealthy book collectors- It is estimated that in the four classes ranging in value from 385 to a300 a set the average price will be at least 1000 a set thus1 making i the total selling cost of the issue exceed 1200000 I KY DEMOCRATS ACTED TILE LAND SPLIT I I AGAINFrankfort Democratic Executive Committee met here today and ordered a lpri maryelection for the nomination of all State candidates The primer is called for play 9 next t The calling ofa primary is an innovation with the party in this t State conventions haying always been held heretofore and the op ponents of it asserted that a ma jority ot the candidates and pros pective candidates for State offices t PlOeodlnldinxawrPrimar YJjinone of them went before the com mittee to make a protest CharlesWthe committees action filed asuit fromhuldineclaim that the call is illegal and void and powerthatpossess under the law assertslJung a majority of the committee have combinedand conspired with cer tain candidates for State offices to hold the alleged illegal primary and to by fraud and other means prevent a fair expression of the voters Chairman Young and oth er members of rite committee were served with notices of the injunc J tion before they left the city to restrainingncase be tried before Judge Cantrill hater If the voice of the people is the oliobject sought surely a primary election can more certainly1 obtain it than a convention and therefore we dont now see the force in the c big kicku now on with so many papers However Ke n t u 3 ky Democrats wouldnt preserve their- CIrcecorel pboutlit A NEW RAILROAD FOR HICKMAN Articles of incorporation flaw been issued to the Charleston and Mis sissippi River Railroad company by Secretary of State Cookof Missouri The is aoldstandard gauge railroad from a point iu Scott Missouri aungMississippi river opposite Hickman Kv said point being within Mississippi scountYand to pass through Charlestop nThe ahoatfifty beinisMississippicapitalized at 8500000 of which il GOO QSedroad1tubeen fliiiidt sum pa i toReligious services were lleitttoe i JOiJiatiiJkrte 10e I 1 J y f A- e G t y tt- r i at t 1 JI T Iii 4 M- ii Ii t I j 1IIbL Y r aa- e p x S Jf + A 4t e p j L I 7 I f fI I t I a 1 AI 1- s r r A Jt COURIER JOURNAL 2HlES A WEEK 1 lOt A YEARS jV The TWICE AWEEK COURIER = JUURNAL is the jest paper published itaVUmted States for Democrats anA for all waders It is the equal of many DAilies and the superior of all other 4 SfMuiWeeklies HENRY WATER SON Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted to NEWS MATTERS the Saturday issue to THE HOME Sample copies sent free on application Address- COURIERJOURNAL COMPANYLouisville ou IIITH06RAPH WORK Litho Letter Heads Litho Note Heads Litho Bill Heads Litho Envelopes At as low prices as can be done anywhere a- tcourier Office CashBook Store 5pleu lid Selection of NEW BOOKS STAtONEBYNOTIONS to Call and see our Stock Ever tiling up to late MARY BERENDES SSG Co Ft E BAEEE General G1ocet Powell Block Clinton St llating purchased the Grocery Slock J J C Ooadurant would he plcasel to hue alt old frienda to call Fresh Good SBd Choice Barit in9 DR SK DAVIDSON Ient stHIOKItfAN KENTUCKY O aever0owgilla Cnxill+ i t Urn Store STLOUIS 6Vf0 j5lrtoi4 CAWtOM n 4 t4cTGoMteY aallEJICKSOHVIm S NEW ORLEANS TIME OF TRAILS AT UNION OlTi North Bound No2 Leaves daily 11 31 a m INo 4 Leaves t1 1240 p ra No 12 Leaves vtekdaya 130 p in HoBtb Bound No 1 Leaves daily 053 p m No3 Leaves JJ5Gal m No 15 Leaves wkday inxd800 m C S CLARKE GtnentMaupr ST Lens c M SHEPRD JNO M 8EALL rmllar tat AutGIAIPaazAaea- tiHILL fiT LOUIS j A Dont Forget t That ye have a full line of CHILLMEDICINTESi- randL COI UGH GU RESIi- i i piIA 1 ti eowUillit CowgillDRUGGISTS XC ST LR B SCHEDULE Lm lIOKMAN- 1i 5Ir 150 p r- nMP1L 759 p in jilfiKLeaI riOOaBl VRt t 7M it l JtLArgwM r r 790 a e- tFMiAirlree3901r Mt 110I l i S DEVELOPMENT F THE STATE IS THE KEYNOTE OUTLINESTilEKENTUCKY OIATION rer an Exhibit at St Louis iu 1004 what 100000 for a Kentucky building and a full display of Ken tuckys products and resources at the Worlds Fair at St Louis in 1904 Is as certain to be raised as the Exposition is to be Meld Within a month since the organi zation of the Kentucky Exhibit Association was formed the m6vc ment has gone forward withsuch an aggressive step that success is already assured The body has becnineorporatedun lpf the laws i of lKentucky and this week a board of directors to serve until January 1905 was elected The officers directors and committee men are serving without pay and are giving not only of their time but of their money for a faithful representation of the New Ken tuckythe Twentieth Century Kentuckyat the great ffair President A Y Foraof the Exhibit Association has issued a tatement showing the progress of the work to date The Kentucky Exhibit ASso- ciation says Mr Ford is down to work with every indication pointing to success It would be easy enough to win a sort of halt way success in such an undertaking but that is not what we want It is not what Kentucky needs It is not only important that the State be represented at St Louis but that it should be represent in such a striking way as to attract pronounced attention And by this I do not mean an attention that would merely be gratifying to State pride but an attention that vould have practical value and bear fruit in faciliating the workof State development- In fact all the plans of the Ex hibition Association are being laid illrngJmYiJIp St teyclopmgtit T believe it is the unanimous senti ment among the gentlemen who have connected themselves with the organization that an appeal to the people of Kentucky for funds could not be justified and would not be made by any other purpose than to present the resources and products of the State in a way that will return in material good Kentucky is one of the richest States in the Union in mineral timber and agricultural1 resources It offers inducements unequaled elsewhere for the investment of capital Unlriendly laws that would discourage such investment are disappearing froth our statute book thanks to the farsightedness and aggressive ptiUlic spirit of our jbusincss men and what is eyen more to the point the people themselves allover the Stateshave1 come tp Occupy a most friendly at titude toward new industrial and commercial enterprises realizing their value and offering induce ments To make known to the world of business both the exist cues ol these resources and oppor tunities and the existence of this friendly progressive spirit is the animated purpose of the Kentucky Exhibit Association id THB nEST IS THE OHEAPEST Not how chap but how good is the question The TWICEAWEEK ItEPJB IO is notas cheap as it is possible tq sell a firstclass newspaper It prints all tho news that is worth printing If you read it all the YQiir round you are posted on all the important and interesting affairs of the world It la the best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can prodncp and those should be the distinguishing traits of the newspaper that is designed to be read by all members of the family Subscription price 1 a year Any newsdealer newspaper or postmaster will receive your subscription or you may mail it dotto THE REPUBLIC St Louis Mo De Ht Fail ieTry Focuses Alawmd riV Witch Hazel Cream a Toilet preparatiOB for the skis Fer sate at Sw yaes Drag Store and CowiiU iOowgills GETHSEMANl CLOIS1 1tED IIUx UF THE Nl1jI njCOTHKUHOOD lt j Bardstown Standard j j Tho Abbey of GethsemamAsttnds within a few miles of where lite first onityGC1hlQmlini Louisville and Nashville railroad fif teen miles south of Bardstown and the Abbey lies one mile north of thy station a pleasant walk over the hill arneythithersouthward When within ilex of the place an immense bd lng three storIes in height ana Irtdedby high walls looms into vta e buildIng bus tall gothic wind spire surmounted by the golddnli jn bigbrlokI esses one as ho approaches i up proach proper is an lmmonsif iciSvith ainft iu their 11thehops to be Tho porters reached a brick hut built jfjJandplain bold loltQrs Par Tho cord is pulled tusjfnl good brown monfe appfinj you a wolcotne and bldg you stand In a benntif Crossing the glnde o guest chnmbfer of th bleak room with a few h y the will It you are Ii n tJ- collation of brood mill In- Ife ufferal to bo partaK n p to it The guest master v shows you over tlieluui stairs on the southern sjd rectory with long trod henohos for seats an a- tm pluto and woodenli4 lJtablestheAboVJ this is thQ dor Itrl room slightly partition ff a tofm 1 bunks permitting the merest Wiyn6- of person The lftllot of strew nail the woolen coverlet for protect n tho boards below testify to the ask effominaney of this part of their yv On this floor is the library where thore aro hundreds of volumes of old ibooka Latin German French Spapiaji anl English all religious uenspapors and all worldly books arc never reo cxep by the Suplllior or by hi Cl and then onlyI in exoeptio Te chapel is large high roof rated with painting utif1ttlhtJhandiworkof the looiks o 5nid sovqyii agrvicos oaoh dajf rlicroj anaaBesarft hitih for souls in purgatory aiid tho monks como here Jor mcdita tlon North or this roonir but well separated so that no prving oves of women may ever peep in is another chapel where services are conducted for the ueighborhjod Almost the entire northwoatom portion of the building is used as a hotel orisitoji for hospi tality is strictly enjoined and it is not uncommon that this part of tho house is fully occupied by ihoso who would for a season escape tho worriea of tho world or who to glow in grace tinda weeks sojourn hero benoiioial There are clean comfortable slooptng rooms and a dining hall where tho guest is not called upon to altar his ordinary habits of bating 4 Inclosed by tho building which Is constructed as u hollow square there is an inner garden with a well and grape Vinos the latter carefully tended hy the juoisyard the old wooden crosses on wlnoll are inscribed the names und ato1iQ death which mark tho last reatiri places of the monks wht havt4rSpiss away have been replaced by ir1mbvcft to bettor withstand the weaty tnd the Superiors grtve is niarlted a hlJli more emphatically A new rtuiSal1JPIJ ways started that tho monk tate ou the mortality of man but tho I old custom of daily diggingi jiwMiou orII their graves has beou long uv Sl M The day begins as 2 a m3 lI ily or some least at 1 and in a fe sea n midnight This curly rising s Probe b1y the most difficult act that must be performed 1hoy retire at 7 oclock iia winter and 8 insnmiucr but in the lal ter season ouehonr is allowed at mid day for aUlgas a brief respite from tho added tntinual labor of thg outdopf mouths c j1TEIttillrllUj Rbly 1000 MILE pI KE1 Are now being sold by the NSbville Chattanooga S St Louts Kaihvayf good over Railway and Steamer Liuesin tho Southeast comprising more than 10000 yeahIfyonin the next twelve months buy one of these tickets You will save money They are on sale at principal ticket offices Where they are not on sale they may bo ordered from General Office through Ticket Agent WL DANLEY General Passenger Agent Nashville Tells For a bad taste ia the mouth take Ohaajberlaias Stook and Jjiver Tab= lets Tor sale by Cowgill k Cowgill l xR 40 Ii A itgto i I Rockbottoffl Prices on Groceries Staple and Fancy Groceries as low as the lowest for Gash GalJannd inspect our goods and cam pare our priftos with others Free delivery v y H BUCHANAN LI RHERS AND MERCHANTS BANK 9 solate Safety is the Basis Thai we offer to depositors Other inducements are of secondary importance m i Grfcftee we soliczf Jozc patronage J A THOMPSON Cashier ANAN President r D ECTORS J CBEEItitALL AN D SEE US 1 + 7 We are constantly receiving Fresh Groceries of all inds Choice Fresh Meats Queens ware Harness Ice Cream Freez ers large and small A lot of useful articles for lOc Hay and Bran All ot 6 Ur s+ fJ W ROGERS SON IOKMAK WAGON 1 i IMANUFACTURERS WP TILE CKIKBKATKU eEXAm WA ONSi h H1CKMAN BANB1Jf TaIrIOKT111 Ln rLit llp 5000000Il I I 1PlOfitRi 1 hI vin am 1 pie CaPital1iIi1tirrlsnrplnsconsorvnti0 managementLand a strong q aird of Directors tho Hlokrnan Bank solicits tho accounts + of Earm6ra rerohants and llnnufuotarors promising the utmost hberahfy of treatment consist nt withmodern conuservative bankingmethod- srKUlresiclent1 r 1 l W C Jon tsoN Cashier 1 UOMI5K1 Vlco President S A3IBBRG Asst Cashier FtTfJl I mljIVAIIDJmt J 1 tlt b asf 1 SUIJcrior Stock of the best mJIes Jii11 1vinds of Hardware which is offeredat E PRICE and that the very lowestthe tun ket justifies t ilir1QmJIs JIMMfflli ASi 1 RifPHllWlfl I ROOFIISKJ A SfPEGI AXT ft WCKMAN MARBLE WORKSc J3HTA BLTITD is TOM DILLON Sr Propr SuecMnor to n U Rarung4eed I Marble and Granite Moftcments CZTRI3ING-I J I STONE WORK of all Kind IRON F NONGe Sic iokmuXy J r WOMAN SHOT DOWN BYSXI ARMED MEN CarnUicrsviUe Mo Npv 21Mrs- L P Johnston a white woman was murdered at her homo fire g11es west of Caruthersville this morning by ii mobof six men The crimo is one of the blackest over perpetrated in this countyTThe story of the lolling is told by the 9yearolddaughter of the dead woman the only witness In the crowd is said to have been Charles Fayette Dave and Sam Austin George Priser and an unknowntsintB Mrs Johnston had been milking cow belonging to J O Tinsley Yesterday some of the men went to the Johnson homo and demanded thecow arid were refused They proceeded to tear down the fence to take the cow and were made to desist byMrs Johnston Early this morning these men with others appeared near the Johnston house each carrying a gun They made a another attempt to take the cow and Mrs Johnston went into the house and procured a rifle When the men at tempted to remove thlbcow she fired two shots at them The men then opened fire striking tho woman who tried to take shelter in the house but was killed before she reached it The little girl had accompanied her mother but heard some of the men hoot and she ran for the house All the men escaped but efforts are being made to arrest them Feeling is said to b i very strong and if they are arrested there is likely to be trouble r Mrs Johnstons husband is a timber man and was not at home It is said the men had no authority frpm the own er of tho cow to remove hertt f Justice of the Peace John Scott of Caruthersville hold an inquest this afternoon but the jury will not return a verdict until tomorrow night Several of the men are said to bear bad reputa tions while the Johnston family was well liked t 1 i a tJ i FUl rON MAN IN DEBT A petition in bankruptcy was tiled Friday afternoon in tho ofllco of U S Clerk J Rpnryoar by L4V Halford ticket agent for the Illinois Central railroad at Fulton His liabilities aro 2000 with no assets Paducah News Democrat w a Any man who takes things asi they come lacks push- Sometimes tho hardest thingsto bear are what tho neighbors say There are several classes of women l bnfecaqlicaS3 speaks for itselfvs ololf J tl 1111111 iWequirca a go l1Iizedsinkingtuud to keep somo cotpprationsiafloat Dont got niadif you find a button in your salad Its part of the dressing With many a man tho loss of his rep utation would be synonymous with good luck Itriii3 human iiiture too ungrateful to this mauhvhojjiglitl yoarMfiattle for you aiid getsUicl ed t c 1tt- A f young married couplo might live on bread and cheese and kissesif the old folks would supply the bread and cheese V A 11 It is wondertul how much taster a letter doesnt travel after the writer theonv tFREE jLiVERyi 10 BECOME GENERAL IqJ Itthe inrormuion that comes from Washington is to bo relied upon and there is contrarywell get ready and welcome tho free rural delivery of mail The officials of the postoflien department look forward now to tho extension of rural free de livery throughout the United States says thu Lexington Democrat They have miido their estimates as towhat it reveryAmerican Jh8tJpaof thecounlryj The dbstrrlll otf b ttriflingJ24000OOOjaextended at the rate of 12000 routesaj year until the 700000 square miles of territory yet to bo covered leave been severalyeaIiThe deficit will it is asserted disappear gradually as tho revenues increase byi reason of the improved postal facilities Jrfe Ivgt manyyeaa aEowral free delivery was a questionable sort of an experi ment The farmers for whose benefit it was intended did not ia all quarters take kindly to it Bat they appreciate tally now the advantages of the sew departure There is sit iacreaeiag prw1 sure for tho establsak e tot rural routes and the regreeestaUreatftac- ountry district who caasotsesie wmething in this line for KB o sagGet r- nilll8rM the likSJ iergliia- Lty PAtlaa Jr11 t PrMptAelipey o z I4livered 1 atTkrlk W Flmie IIy Ii ic r Ir iiW 1 f 1r tI 1o trw I i 1 cI i r9 r Iii t1 t ax irJ s 1 pc v fr trt t ai Y ttit r tlt t t 1 1 i- l i f12 f i 1 Sr a f t a e 1 c i1 J J i + S I j o t Ii ar 317 v 1Ta yS r L 1 1 Ht t r sr i t gal JqY r tx-at l A QI t- NYC 7 L Ate oars 1 PERr FEET FOR GOODc 1ELMLOGSLOADED I QII UNION CITY TENNo Imo 71r Grocery Department WE LEAD 11u11 line Staple and Fancy Groceries New crop NeV Orleans Molasses direct from plantation retail ers and brokers We can interest any merchant on grades and prices xr New Kraut 5gallon keg 90c t barrel 195 CASH EvaporatePeaches Hardware llertmeRt1 Full line Staple Hardware Axes XCut Saws Stoves Bucks Cooking Stoves Wilsons airtight Heating Stoves Queensware and Glassware Departeut Full line Drugs Notions Pharmaceutical prepay Lions Shoe aild Fllrflisfting Goods DeDariment Guncke Shoes for Mon Godman and HamiltonBrown Shoes for Ladies These are the best line of shoes made Rubbers and Overshoes Jb nobby line of Hats and Caps Hosiery Shirts Under wear Gloves Ties Overalls Mens Pants Boys Pants Suits Made to order t i w f vtr v Join the procession that visits our store We keep the best brands only and sell them cheap for cash Respectfully AYLR a GAMPBELL e CayceI e LEDFOKD RAWDLB Groceries Fresh Meats Hardware Queensware and Peed Stuff iJWPWe earry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery and no pains willl be spared to please our customers 10rCail for Bled Trading Stamps with every 1Oc Cask Vercliase lAfter collection of 300 you are entitled to a nandsomo present Telphone 6 Goods Promptly Deli- versMARKECI d NEW MEAT L D Threlkeld Prop Everything new fresh and clean Only the best butcher stock selected A fineliub of cured meats always on hand Highest market price paid for select butcher stock chickens and eggs Everytliins Guaranteed Vs Rci reBontetl A liberal share of your patronage solicited Phone 13 Free Delivery A DaHgereas X Mtk This is the month of coughs colds coldu4easily Find yourself hoarse with a tlekling ia your throat and an annoying Dough at sight Then you should al w ya have handy a bottle of Ballards Horaaowd Syrup J A Anderson an West xth St Salt Lake City writes yrJfeuw Ballards Hotel ound Syrup f oaBflie add eekte It gives iraraedi aU relief We know its the beet reme f Ay f r ikeee troablee I write this to in dew otl+er people to try this plesant P aMOfetat remedy 25o 50c and f1 P t Wr S EUteois F JOHN RINGWOOD is rilhx0QSil Dthlltoks 9slaii East Blctiman Keeps aHJjpds of Groceries andII Family Supplies f BUTTER EGGS CHICKENS i A SPECIALTY i Goods Delivered Free j Telephone No 89II EVICTING THE CATTLE KINGS 1 President Roosevelt and Secretary of the Interior Hitchcock have decided to go after the cattle kings who have been fencing in and using the public domain for WesternStatesago gallant old Confederate soldier Col John S M LandDepartment hasecH doingoacres of public lauds had been confiscated Attd thathet corruption rd to attain their ends had been r r by these men that the U4EtQ t- fficials wore guilty of toll ion them and that colonies of bog ttY had been employed by the tca thelandultimtiteItetttion of turning the property rfthe cattle companies As soon us Mosby begun work a terrific howL ti- vup and influences were brough to b a upon Senators and Represeuuii es I others to have him called offlwon and now the order tzto evict the cattle men in N brrk in livery other State nud 1uwhere thuy arc nnlavyfjill u t the public domain 9j a sometimes a triflo slow does put on his armor sea iin to drop a IT IS WELL FOR KENTUlP Owensboro Inquirer It is well indeed for Keutu she made no appropriation forv Louis worlds fair If the iSstfv been put up by the legisIatnrT have boon expended by a lot c and hangerson and the slat have received no good from Tt that the business men of the t- to raise the money and spend i bo spent to better advantage tSau money of any other state and li tucky will thus got double benafii from the lack of public spirit of the leg islet aro LAMES MAJORITY In the late congressional election OHie M James the Democratic carried every county in the First dis trio except Caldwell which gave Dr Linn the Republican nominee a m jonty of 87 Judge Nunn for the court of appeals carried fourteen of the eighteen connticsJ winning byjx majgrltyjof 8765 Jujgo J4fDarbyCrittenden Caldwell and Christie counties Below we give the major3 ties in the congressional race JAMES MAJORITIES Crittehdeu 36 Livingston 639 Lyon 246 Graves 10221 Marshall go 483 Carlisle 52 Ballard 593 McCracken 7C6 Trig rj 893 Fulton 8501 Hickman 45o- Galloway ay 1273 Total 7SP Lines majority James majority in district 738ft r s IN FEAR OF NEIL Daurille Ky Nov 24Arch Harmon a prominent and substantia farmer was adjudged insane befbr Judge Prewitt and ordered sent tojff Lexington lunatic asylum Firefwce ago ho came to the conclusion that 1ewas going to hell and worried o r until he became a raving maniac tore the plastering from his refde t o and frantically demolished everythi insighti K c NOW IS THE TIME Tbo times are getting rather +flu with good crops and a bright oul and wo are going to ask our subscriBera to pay up A good many of you owe us a good many dollar and now is a good time to pay If it is not convenient for you to pay all you owe pay a part now and we will thank you with coT and grateful thanks Pleaso p Courier now JUST KIDDING y Wheeling W Va Nov 24Ch 1 Nichols and Julius King both colore were overhauled at McMechen thifie afternoon for the murder of Alaroln Hatchaway The men have been tag tive but returned to work this morning and were captured The prisoners tolu Justice Pierce that wfKilled in fun They said that they wero all scuffling and that Hatchaway had a knite with which ho said he was going to kill Nichols so just kidding they jumped on him and cut his liver s to pieces t oneBaBuiiurtid and Twenty One Years Ifadflcah Jiy Nov2L A unique balguiingis reported tram Glade in tS liajoiuiiig county of Marshall Uncle Pleasant Warf who uluirna to bap2ryears old and who was a very old man when the civil war broke out ving professed religion was carried to a creek and baptized U4clo Pleasant Wart lives at the county oorlioase sayshistoy u 17W1 which battle ulosed the tionury war Undo Pie8 clui JpSfeiiLs always told him he I i uon the day the battle of York t fought Oct 19 list Five gp ho became unable to work tio d fise nt to the county poorhouse I A bc1olie became converted lIe ausu grsed by Elder WAUtlev who IMS just closed a very snccesful iQEiu at a adc 1ho man was sat o l thl tor was chilly he sat ects Tho ancient con to In Virginia VISION ON BETTING n if Appeals decided iin gar vs Ballard etc from ut under the statutes adc a bet and deposi- y t ith the stukeholde ffying the stakeholder lmey down whether the 10 bet consents or not t l tlrdner uotilied Hailard rkins the bet as ho want i i Ballard paid it anyhow tnie t for betting a judg e ered forfeiting the 820 ntu i vealtlt and distuissin g ai against Ballard to re Sl Tno Court reverses the ju 3g een directs that Gardii er hall have his 00 A Fortune In it See HazCreamI or patting on your hands when they be doierag being too much in water torovedi applicatiofono It moi a kin is caoliog ovcr rectorhosre FaPPButaneora sway rug Store i 1 hILL IN DISGRACE 3tAndrew Carnegie is said to have sac fear of death that he refuses to hearthe word Carnegie must have several millions still remaining Pitlsburg Dispatch IS TBS BIGGEST GUN There are a good many hunting ex peditious in progress now but Eo Joseph Cannon of Illinois appears to be leading in the most exciting one Baltimore Herald I How the Earth Changes fc f How sloes one generation of men succeed another The fathers aie1 iot swept away in a body to make room forihechildren but one lp Sp + ne the old drop off and the youn Mme on till a day is reached when me of those remain that once ere tore How does some form v9f speech become extinct bo t a hundred ears ago an o Id tidy nSme Dolly Dentrath died in Cromwall She could speak the Cornish language after her death was foffifac that could Th nuietliBiKhe living Cornish tar a me a lead g leIi e unobtrusiyc moan er iave been wrought most of the new becoming which have changed and are changing the earthJot Fiske in Harpers forTavembt A Magazine Tkirty Years Old The Clfristwas December Kgmbcr of THE DELINEATOR Is also ii Thirtieth Anniversary Nuttier To cl lytice to this number which for b5Sity and utility touches the ighestjiark it would be necessary to contentsd best It modern writers and artists are goner Dusty represented The book contains Duet 230 pages with 31 fullpage iHus rations of which 20 are in two or mo colors The magnitude of this Decor her number for which 728 tons taper and six tons of ink have be used may be understood from the fa that 91 presses running 14 hours a day hire been required to print it ti binding alone of tho edition of 915000 copies representing over 20000000 ections which had to bo gathered iin iividually by human hands I TENNESSEE LIQUOR TRAFFIC The people of Tennessee seem to be awakened to the evils of the unrestricted salt of liquor and a strong effort is to be made to control the whiskey traffic in that State For the first time in histof of Tennessee the opponents of whiskey traffic and sale have effected an organization and the work of this body known as the AntiSaloon League was the most effect ivy of that of any of the parties during the recent campaign and not only poll ed the heaviest vote in its history but gained strong adherents from every side The league succeeded largely in its undertaking and it is now known that the follow whiskeybquestion will come up for action during the coming term The elimination of whiskey from the country and from the small towns The placing tff a high license on the saloons in the cities The total abolition of the diverThe AntiSaloon League con fidently expects that the first result may bo accomplished local option The second result is expected to concentrate the sale of liquor into the hands of the best of the saloons in cities and in part to accomplish the third There is no doubt that con ditions can be bettered in Tennessee as well as in other Southern States There would be fewer lynching less uffianism and a state of affairs all aroun The traffic certainly should be controlled I MARSHALL CO WEDDING A 71 POUND MAN WEDS A ICO POUND WOMAN saylseFrank Lindsey who iis the smallest man tntlus county and perhaps the smallest in the state was married last Sunday morning 1ito Mrs Mary S English by Rev BT Hall Mr Lindsey is thirtythree years of age wet ns seventy one pounds and is a trifle over four feet in height This is his second marriage itnyears of age weighs one handy and sixty pounds and is five feet six inches in height This makes her fourth venture in matrimony I DOES IT PAY goldTillTill the heart is old and the hair is white spentTill yellow tydust dayfs clink I wonder does it pay Does it pay 1 wonder to strive for naught But the pleasures life will give t2To dayToTo fretOverWhat wo skull eat and what we shall drink I wonder does it pay Does it pay I wonder to give 0 usstrength The treasurers of heart and brain skilleof Fqr that which brings no gain j alonoAud voidIpayinstopInAnd list to the songs of bird and brook fairToTip narrow sphere of today untiled I wonder does it pay Inez May Felt in Somerville Journal Jamuedeii H Tee PCHHV tall Thee little daughter of Mr J N Powell jumped on an inverted rake made of ten penny pails and thrust one nail entirely through ger foqt and a second one half way through Chat promptrelp applied five mfnutos later the pain had disappeared and no more safferiag ofwas teassetabsolutely no discomfort Mr merchantq of aa i septic and heals such injuries without maturation anti in onethird the tiisa required by the asual treatateat Fori sale by Cowgill t Cowgill w DAZED FOR A MOMENT Will you allow me to ask you a question interrupted a man in the audience Certainly sir said the spellbinder You have been giving us a lot of figures about immi gration increase in wealth the growth of trusts and all that f said the man Lets see what you know about fig youfindvisor i Slowly and deliberately the orator took a drink of water Then he pointed his finger questdolierLightning and he replied in a voice that made the gas jets quiv er Advertise for it you ig noramus The audience cheered and yelled and stamped and the wretched man that had asked the question sneaked out of the hall a total wreck PARLOR MATCH PROHIBITION We yesterday 4 printed the action of New York authori ties in shutting down on the parlor match The prohibi tiara in New York City of this well known match on storage or stile after January 1st is to say thee least a com mendable measure New Yorks fire commission has discovered that thirteen hun dyed fires were caused last year by parlor matches alone prollibid tic safety Many thousands of our housewives have long ago recognized the danger of this form of fireworks to their children and to them selves They have banished theirs1 homes for good with the fol lowing result that the sale of ordinary sulphur and safety matches has been largely in creased We have been slower than some other nations to recog nize the thiseexcessively inflamable tom modity I CHEAP RATES TO TEXAS edOn the first and third Tuesday of each month the Cotton Bolt will sell round trip tickets to Texas Arkansas Louisana Oklahoma and Indian Terri tory Atone faro plus 200 for the round trip Tickets will be limited to three weeks for return and will allow stop partienlars pamplets Homes in the Southwest and Through Texas with a Camera write to W C Pealcr Dist Pass Agt 807 Main Street Memphis Teifliessee ONLY ONE A Hundreds of stars m the lovely sky Hundreds of shells on the shore togeth or- hundreds of birds that go singing by suunweathery thdawn i+ Hundreds of bees in the purple cloyer Hundreds of butterflies on the lawn But only one mother the wide world urover Selected WHAT k CISTERN MAY Dp Some time ago the Charleston Star reported that the river bank ia caving in took a cistern which was some eight miles below and whole on a sand bar That is not gas reasonable Judge E L Graham one down in Peiniscot county that wall right when ho went to bed but next morning it had crawled up out of ike ground and was lying on its side Frcdericktown Tnbuac Up in this country the groand ia hard and rocky and when we catch those floating cisterns we sae them for poet holes An aptocre k tarsier had a lot of post holes washed away and a fellow cJownatFlat River caaght the post holes and sidle him Jg cist ra oat p them rElviB8 Argos Starlllas Hat Tree If every one knew what a raved medicine Dr Kings New Lift Pi11a fie writes D H Tamer DemptMytowa Pa youd sell all you have m a dy Two weeks ae has sidle a aewtMa ef MM tticltirniiflyergills drag siere 4ap JY3- 1Y a s S f 0 I Pt i Ik yI- v Oo s t r ri f J r Yto J 1 All i sr- v 3 IL 4- S t i t i ri 1 i L S tf 3 1 si s k I fl J22= II I b tnt Jctv Lu rat XyV+ fS tUctiyil tt c Dr anti JArs Js M Hubbard are in Ix isyill tfew week OaaaoBi btlllinois will easily be the seat Spaaker But Henderson holds on until tke 4th of March Dont forget to try poundof Gol den Rio Coffee at Ledtord Handles The largest turnip we over saw is in the Courier window It veighs 12 lbs and was grown by Mr John Richards Buy Sunshine nour ano you wil use no other N Mr and Mrs Ira Jones who have seen living in St Louis the past year have returned to Ilickmau to live Mi Jones Will engage in business with Mr W J Barry A1 Covington of Marttnr present ing T M Ryan Tobacco Co was doing our town Wednesday Rev T 1 Moore pastor of the Hick man Baptist church and also of the Crystal church has Accepted the call and will remain with these theepsuing year J ItRetagees from tho neighborhood tfItlt the volcano Santa Maria in Gunte t male report that thousnnds of Indians have been asphyxiated or buried by sand Miles of plantations arc said to be covered with sand ashes and pum iceThe American Cigar company hasI announced that it will soon raise the wages ot all its employes Twenty thousand girls wiil be the chief beneficiaries and the proposed increase is 20 per cent I have taken the agency of Chas A Everythingl with Chicago Bring your mail orders here fins M RENEAU Mr Sam Andrews formerly of No 2 near Woodland Mills but now located at Hickman has a bran new pair of twin boys at his home so Mr T P Noah who keeps a weather cut on all such matters tells usTroy Banner Mr Ben Hale Hickmann liye sawmill man in a business letter to the NewsBanner adds I would like for you to see what we are doing hero in and about Hickman Planting indus tries of various kinds building levees clearing bottom land everybody busy making money labor scarce wages high teams can be hardly got at any priceTroy Banner Mr Robert Veatch ono of our promi nent citizens and a prosperous farme- of the Crutchfield neighborhood was i the city Wednesday and sold his tobac co crop for a satisfactory price Ho was well pleased with tho price realize- for the grade of tobacco ho raised Ho got 5c for leaf and 2c for lugsFal ton Commercial The 1st District Educational Associa tion will be held in Paducah Friday and Saturday the 28th and 29th Ow- County Snpt Miss Dora Smith wil attendThe stove trust will raise the price o all kinds of stoves 10 per cent Stove manufacturers say this is necessary be cause of the increase in the price a raw material and tho advance in wages 1 This will be the third advance since last January Bay Sunshine flour and you will use HO other It is the favorite with rfamiliesr Mrs Mollie Prather and Miss Pauline Shumate of Uewbern are in Hickman called here by the illness of their rela tiye Miss shad Parks bUJItinr and still the demand is not supplied It is the seisll cottages that are mostly iin demand though a few more costly ILhOuMI would rent wellI 1 I MakerIi i 1P B HENRY lit jtato Line Ky I Tfc Hicktuan Water Works are again iBOperatiOB and our people and prop city owners can now feel more assur ance aad confidence as to danger from tire We hope soon to see our mills flCoritiJetc regularly and abundantly suppled4ti t There will be more buildings and i I fnetliut tugs erected in Hickman iin 19M than in 110011 the prediction the Courier Note this prediction contracts are already out for a number Tie N alit St L Railroad will keep aTfjRakur dredga beat and pile driver m ttoHtokBMa harbor M necessary to I Uuir MHprovem Ui and Properties j Try a pair of our celebrated E Rewl Liidto Shot You will fin tbeiatilN bat ia At style and quality braid Hi thfe market also the best tII who I ifcoi tor Brs and Girls wear at AMBERGdIel el l It withItl IIi inoUpilainto williHery with1a1I11y uJJ For 15 Cents You Can Read Any DuGGKo In the Book Department AT InTHEAsk Miss Nina Glenn for particu lars A fow of the- POPULAR BOOKS aro Hope Loving Sl 15 1 Dorothy Veiuon 116 Bylow Hill 1 If Temporal Power 1 15 Audrey 1 1C Donovan Pasha 1 15 rho Spenders 1 16 Mississippi Bubble 1 15 The Speckled Bird 1 15 Vtafcg of Wistaria 1 15 Moi jSfrom Glen garii 1 15 Mrs Viggs of the 85sIts Up To You l65 Many rOPUKAlt AND COPY 1UGIIT ROOFS ot GO coins Any ot the now copyrights at LESS THAN PUBLISHERS PRICES All the popular Magazines and Periodicals Ellison Mercantile Go INC Esquire Brice the able versatile and original editor of the Troy NewsBan ner was in Hickman Saturday on business lIe is approvingly impressed with the improvements going on in Hickman CadizRecordtaro from Trigg county who has been ReelfootLake011 his way home Henry Cowgill tho brick dealer finds it peopIehas been so great HOLIDAY OPENING Tho opening day of Holiday Goods BerendesGogoods The latest fall to mako its appear laughterrcoren for pronscribodby an eminent Italian physician Now it is said that Armour Ooof Chicago are trying to corner tho po dtaco market and will probably succeed in their efforts Ic is predicted that tho price of potatoes will jump to GO cents a bushel by the middle of nest mouth Alter looking over the latest election throughrtho columns of the Commoner that 1the Democratic party needs votes a good deal more than it needs leaders There faro not a few Democrats who will en dorse the above statement itadoafsupport ef the doctrines of socialism1was defeated in tho Labor Convention at New Orleans by a narrow margin there being 4344 votes in its favor and 4744 against it This is another straw showing tho growth of the so cialistic movements in this country RESIDENCE CHANGE Jr James Hu bard has changed his residence from East Hickman to Old Hickman Buchanan Street next house to Mr Geo Helm n244t u Hon John G Carlisle and other lead ing Democrats are sM to favor the nomination of Grover Cleveland for President in 1904 375 A BARREL FOR THE Finest Patent Flour Every Barrel Guaranteed Strictly First Class The Ellison Store Received this week ofar Load- OF FANCY PATENT flOURIi Made From RedditWinter Wheat We otIecit while it lasts at 375 a barrel CASH ELLISON MERCANTILE COMPANYthC = 1 I Dirt 17 the10ingj tchonvasD11MoreansweredIntlwouldagainLa tinwomane WhenIIll look like I came out of the Ark And all that Mass o- staff mosttakotw doctor 1 ft havefeast a cnrteIAnd he nadly thought that even I l the sacredness of home there are Conn games Baltimore American Johnny said his mother sevj some ono has taken a big piece o iK pautrjJohnny I f oxclnimcddidnt guiltilyOhI i I I yeatJohnny pair of its in Elsie PhiladolDhiaPress j ally heGornru0rs f fullC01on01lrell replied the trite e koiJhavel a Atlanta Constitution Gernan farms occupy nearly 1 t acres in Cdntral luiericn ou a o 4 20000000 coffee trios are plantbO Vhon a nalateT I gillthecoining palled out just for spur To I i to jl J the I j 1 fJ Who doubted the lack of su cotton for the oil mill fi1 The Richmond Bond Co hay own immenso warerooms fall th her elevator the immense railroad pot tho Plummet warehouse andAvare rooms at Martin and on the railroad all chuck full and more to come The mill have to run until April to grind up the t Tllti VAST Berendes Christmas goods utwas and artistic now excel all past years Go to the opening Thureday Misse Mary and Cordiei the Union Ciry are ing their cousins Misses Georgia and Maud Cusick The liuuziiker Brass Band made its first appearance on the streets and rendered first rate music The advanced pupils of Miss Meiia- Diestelbrinks music class have organized Musical History Club The Government engineers will com mence next week to locate the Una of the levee from the French gulf down 9 the Tekaeie lines 4 W BTb cotton marketed in Hiokman in lOOlssemed large because there had been pone handled hero for many years hauled here this year tbwejgmes large The Richmond S BondttJotton Seed 011 Mill has created anewjmarketi and as tarmors say pays better than any other crops we mary expect a largo increase each sue ceeding year JHog did ron fnlllnqnired tho symathetio bystander DotvnsnaPPedthosufferer You didntexpect to see me soaring up to WashingtonTimeSTimesMa lVep pnoloRastuswhat fMat foreusDeis parliceIliquorliar itnebolofrnntlyNt FOR SALE A SLQfjRue Horses and several fine lll 1Iix South Hickman Ky at ti ly meeting tho follow ing j i elected for tho on suiq Stoplions J A ThJ r yard II C Beck r J M IIubbard- JV f rilughPrathor John thenFrl our seen df2 1ji places morning Parks Parks noth 6jMter death appear the church Friday nanco has been placed osr lapse several onth enjoyed electric lights oa VII night and hereaf The new dynamo jj better lights and will supply number con Married tho home the brides event r the inst Mr Henry Mc Mulliu and Miss Florence Polk Moore tho The yo4ng couple have many friends enjoy tie respect and good will nil ife and BOYS DAY AT nEnE DES atBerendesenjoyment and bargains Mr and Mrs W Abram of have asked permission of the Government erect stone-S drinkingjfountain the corner ofthe custom house jw don Broadway Paducah in memory of Mrs Alkam father the late Oscar Turner of Ballard county The fountain will be ten high Crowned with of lights and with two three mouths from which the water wil cohstantly flow Tic cost will be 2000 more Be careiul where you sit At chairthatpromptly killed It vas elec tric chair Kansas City Journal OPENING 1IE jnow elegant and tasty from tho cheapest the most costly suitable for Christmas presents BEKKNDBS Co Mr George Buck has sold his foundry property Mr Den Halo Mr Buck expects the spring larger foundry West Hickman S T T io aaaS S INitaf 1 I i a iJ Y I If r II L f VJ3ARI34i A 1 t 1 ODAITEFULj I f e T 0 Il customers who have trttit Ii j THANKSGIVING I I I III I attention your wants f I I giving and you good value new i ti Iprices t ttHavo i I i you beautiful premiums played in our windows fJ RED jfJDING CHECKS GIVEN 1 WIT i fflCASH PURCHASES i I7 I wIFSMITe1 8s 5AMBERG BROS x I Ii fji I VT 1j i l- I 1V1 3ii I seed at a other will suppbi j EXCELS beautiful next neighborhood IThurs- day l butthVcrop is as it a N284l itDIEDy Iiickinaa on Wednesday th rtiM1J iiaude daughter of t= gVrijfornas Appropriate t later FuneraTervices at Episcopal 10 m n TL4etv I in n r of to regulaily gives- stronger t aujgUfcreased of sumers MCMULLINPOLK at of fatherMr R L Polk on Wednesday 28th Rev T F L performing ceremony of goodwishesyr bo happy blessed tlilied I instruction J Louisville o a at southeast at p Conrgessman as proposed ofstone feet a cluster or 1 or j 5 f t an 4 Everything to to in to build a in JJI T y 1 t styles low 1 11- i J l I ti rs- o a I I o a d a = r Cannot Be Aroused Centralia Ho Nov 25 Dora Meek who after quarrel with her lover fifty sii days ago immediately lapsed into a somnolent tralice has not iif1 that time evinced distinct consciousness or spoken a word Re storatives by the pli3rsioians have fniledto arouseO- nce when forced to breathe ammonia fumes she coughed half arose from bed mumbled incoherently a moment and then relapsed The fur thel use of ainmqnia wa fie sisted fori fear of suffocation She eats a little eachi day yet apparently doesN it instinct ively Every effort is being made to restore her to conrf x 1 SG10USAeS Jr i Y Y 1 JAPANESE WARE Received this week and DryGoods THE ELLISON STORE A beautiful line of Jap s aneso Ware Consisting of Metal Trays Ito 35c i19 Egg Shell Cups and Saucers I5jto 125 a Vases Chocolate w Pots Tea Pots Sugar and Cream Pitchers Plates Dishes r i Smokers Sets- Hair Receivers Rose JarsTobacco Jars GrotFiguresLacquered Fancy Baskets You know what wo have shown heretofore in these GoodsThis years display In su perior to former ones getChoice llICl MAN SOUVENIR CHINA Is going off like hot cakes Get a piece to send off to distant friends as a souvenir of HIckman Itwill beap predated Ellison JIIeroantile Co- tt + Q Invitation to Thanksgiving Dinner Hon Geo Warren MY DEAR SIB Please allow me to extend you Thanksgiving greetings of the old Missouri kind coupled with old Kentuckys favorite on such oc carious Turkey with cranberry sauce and other suitable trimmings but especially well cooked not rawj with feathers unpullcd ossonio Kentuckians do like But well cooked so the invited guest as well as family could like relish and enjoy fqr nothing is better for the average Kentuckian on such days when preceded with proper liquid refreshments ou the side Then with good appetites to begin with the work is soon finished and the guest feels good Not so when tho favorite bird is hanging by neck suspended in tho air at end of cotton string with feathers uupnlled But all people are not alike good thing it is so sonic guests like one thing and some another Most people high toned well dresssed Missouri gentle men especially who have formerly associated with Kentuckys 400do- most tolerate cooked birds instead of the raw owlso como over pu the 27th inst and dine with me and I will not only look after your inner wants but will introduce you into Missouris 400 as Colonel from the Blue Grass State simply seeking pleasure and luxu ry Hope you will accept this invita tion and become myttGucstthat we may do the simple Biro justice With kind and appreciative remembrances and high regards for your fam ily I uin Yours very truly B P ODAKI L 1 TilE ATTRACTION With the ladies children and all who give Christmas presents is the Bereides Opening next Thursday Go and see whether you buy or not r Thanksgiving services wjre hold at the Methodist and Episcopal churches Thursday Hon R T Tyler delivered an address at the Methodist cfcurch e4 aWe Must Move Everything out of bar Mil liners room before Dec 1st to make roomier the IMMENSE STUCK OF HOLIDAY GOODS Which we have now loathe house waiting to be opened MISS COSTELLO HAS INSTRUCTIONS tTo dispose of erlrY Dolknr worth of 1 AIIL2 vIIK EMote that tie at arise inr1Tai 1is 7fIUOtttriuir1 I iti Jlt + ti t For wo MOST ULTETHIS KOOK EIIifiOnffiCfGlntuB Gl S t JIN ctt 1 rI1ti i T I ft r i 1 of II i 4- lIIl I 9 4A 1 C d o r s 1 1r II P I- ri F Kt I = +i- 1- ilil 1 i iil c 1- II x F l 0 t il f c aI t Vcc x 1Ji t11 dO4 if r tr 1t fP Ir 0- iI r 1 r f 6V ri 7 C p J K fC IWjr fa io tJ t t 1 c i i g 1I f f t r t tf f s r 1 I i S I i t i r t I tt- i j t I i ct t i J ifHr m t4 t n AW WMONT lpeed hueliaud il silence stood 1 Listening to the warnings of bin mate i Aa aryl pereked in a tree close b f wiselyII t Farersi Obkm county Tennessee HJ Vf tHiaiBg their corn fodder by shred j iiiHj it for cattle feed The UnitedapplesStates held a national congress in St Lok Nov 20 IlIipoii stockmen held =Ja convention at Hlsearingtn IllJhegianiBir on the 1 ntkiwt Subjects of vital importance j to aieekwea and farmers were discussed aid cleared up to the minds of the rep Y rseeaUtiv e Farmers conventions beet farmUg OH paper Hirtdhslp becoming a perplexing t problem to tillers of the soil both out- weda indoors In our grandfathers days i theatroBKMtHianwaa termed the best aaa and the main thing needed was sir aJHl to mow how to use it 1 This K not the case now improved ma chmery needs higher intellfgence to operate it improved stock needs more f kiir tofaed it The more complex farmiag becomes the greater skill in i the hired hand is necessary to conduct it It is clear then that tne hired hand that hM nothing but his strength to jpffaris sear at aay price while the Mil whbaa brains and the wit to use them is cheap at any price Ne doubt soee goodwill grow out of this famine of farm help It will cause us investigate laborsaving machinery arrange our farm buildings and feed lots that fewer steps will be found nec weary and above all to raise more and better stock that our grain may belfed enrlchlDgdourtie is apon us when the man who will problemsJthatf BUSINESS FARMING IN THE SOUTH Ir A southern farmer who says that his itittedis not for publication but which tie 60 good that we cannot refrain from usiBg it without his name writes 1 tam oily a young man with a few years texperience in farming but 1 cannot help feeling proud of iny success and JRS you have been such a help to me 1- iwnte to letyoy kow that I am still methodstopie8iionM a superintendent and manager of Urge concerns and I know that thefarm leis costme more thought aad closer attention than a factory with 300 hands There is more for a farmer to learn than for a mechanical or civil engineer and right now if it was noti for err wife and children I would be elf to some agricultural school The writer farther states that he is trying to start an immune herd of Shorthorn I cattle and believes that cattla can be grown and fed cheaper in the south than in the north Ho is also much in terested in the wowing of cow peas and has devised a machine for threshing the peas which he says saves 85 pEt cut of them whole and leaves the hay is good condition to iced He has made tiffs year 4202 12 bushels of wheatI 2500 bushels Of core a world of hay i had to pull all of his machinery out in weather as everything was packed with shredded fodder Ho raised twenty bales of cotton and plenty of hogs aad cattle and has built a gravel road a third or more of a mile long to haul his produce in any weather and the farm pays for everything as he goes along Nigger farming must giveI Way to intelligence for ants are be coming so poor that they will not sapport the negro atone let alone his laadlord and it is a blessing in disguise iu compelling a different system This was simply written to encourage you in your efforts We are sure oar friend will pardon the use made of his letter ft wehavesuccessful farmer who still sees there is a great deal to learn There is a greater opening for a life of success and independence for the young men on the farm than IB any other line of human effect and they are crowding into the textile and mechanical departments of the colleges of agriculture and niechani oil arts while few realize that as oar friend says it takes more study and thought and experience to make a good gineerWebothftOwilier oppwtQiiities all over the land OB the farms this in the mechanical i psrsaite for Ute men who will practice I Itdoesipso an our aatmiattk friend Would j secttkirofoaritemenwakeusedoeagriaaltare2Practicali tS ARAGOW j Te t1ler1C Allow to i seet1IIo1dtakingeeoond feltletwcoldwLthepainstoraly I aat aoat rpeotaUyYOilr hwUUt KAtm S SfBYKRg 64 = Va3iSit SMALL FiE fev lA omit frame dwelliag u tke ricer w 4 Kt te LiebMui flour Mill UM proper- tyIirwuieMiseyeikylre ir oraMlS UWMOCMMtJMM Jti itn1I1 NoiIfiraHe e iII 04 L o f i SiiT 10Iv IvS J 1 J S y J I 4 k iI J i t WofCpo1exhlbltfurthlLIIUquickestbond for its btdre a guarantydurability and quick work We also havethe most blounlltto3 k u eallli nl Mock1ti r have the best st es and a teens1Febop I1 a 111 t Uttt Line of dwlfe l Wv ibrought 131 lClnentlirrlyhetl YOlI want sOJnfltlllng 1bas f 1r- eWSe HENDERS1 eo 1w414i 3 1r ENGLAND AND GERMANY JOIN HANDSVENEZUELA London Nov 22Great Britain is oiitempljlting serious reprisals lgainst Venezuela it is also officially informed that Great Britain is acting with Germany fn all matters relating to the present state of affairs in Venezuela Whether the contemplated action will take the form of a joint naval demonstration accompanied by or following the severance of diplomatic relations is a matter now being discussed in Berlin and London There is reason to believe that the British Government has been either officially or otherwise informed that the United States will not intervene in any demonstration having the object of protecting the propertyTights of British citizens or their interests in Venezuela EA6LB I FOUGHT WITH TUB BOY AND STRIPPED THE CLOTHING FROM HIS BACK Harrodsbnrg Ky November 25 Near Hodgensvillo yesterday Herman Orossfield aged 12 was attacked by u llarge eagle The lad was iu a sink after a rabbit Ho raised his head uud Saw a rabbit coming toward him with the eagle a few feet above the ground in pursuit of it Tho rabbit ran under the boy and escaped in the hole The eagle pounced on the boy who grabbed his assailant by the wing The bird had free use 01 its talons and- ircarly stripped the clothing from theII Udaud lacerated Ins flush fearful lail was compelled to let the bird loose and it sailed away Au hour later the eagle was killed by a colored muu who worked on tho farm It measured about eight feet from tip to tip EXTRASESSION- Franklort Ky Nov 24President Sara W Booker and Hon Jeff OBrien I of the Home Tobacco Wareuouse com I pany recently incorporated today pre seated petition to Governor Beckham for an extra session of the legislature to regulate the tobacco trade of Louis ville The Home company which was organized to fight the tobacco warehouse combine has been refused ad miseioa to the Tobacco exchange Thirty members ol the legislature have signedjthe petition The DismiY of an Editor We ate dismayed by the action of the jury which recently decided that a hug was worth only a cent Besides the fact it was a lie it is an awful cheapening of a val We asset Just think of it One kindred for a dollar A man could go oat p bM tiful weather and hug his eollar bone loose for 50 cents Bard well News illicit Delivery We areia a positloa BOW to deliver year Grocerta aad fresh meats as soon m we receive orders having added a other fleMvetfy wagon Lmi can ht RANDLE == k 4 f fThe Real Helen Go IThe quiet unassuming persoa v4H I f Miss Gould permits her to wing e nth the public unnoticed and thdl otter would often be surprised to know that the brownhaired little woman whom it has passed with scarcely n glance was one in whom it felt the keenest interest To be unobserved is regarded byher as the most desirable of all conditions She cheerishes an antipathy for tho camera that amounts almost to a mania and is ever on the alert when there is occasion for the prevalence of the camera Mud Her parasol has often been called into prompt service to meet such affronts and uotjong ago when she was a guest at the Brooklyn navy yard Admiral Philip captured and destroyed a camera that was in the hands of an offending spectator In stature Miss Gould is not quite five feet four inches liar hair is brown and very abundant Hereyesaro dark and sott and earnest and her face denotes the keen intensity of her nature renderhergoodness and truth Her smile illumes and it is the kindest smile imaginable andlberuiaunerIly Her interests are with the real things of life and her personal etforts iu behalf of the poor and ne+ afar overreaches her strength amiffs the cause of constant soUctfiia her shltist j roneowhich Itestoin the year is listed to corresj JittGi some duty that awaits iLThm ii ffMGARYEY FLEES BEFORE o r i Lexington Ky Aov 24f=2Tfi oJ- Jdrnwul of Rev James W n ay President of the Bible G lc r RytChristianpay when that church by a yore 06 f to 20i adopted the organn a part the worship lie opposed it e i Sc1furnl grounds being noted thesrb1denomination for his ntteaarcda2 inst it r IThetbeCnnrchyears has been pleading forTthe iof all denominations into one grand body by leaving off in the worship workeeverything for which therecauot be shown a Thus saith the e1It x i KENTUCKY AFTER TS Commissioner Chenault j fuckyhas issued a warning tojMt p bIIo against insuring with wilcicK Ire in surance companies The lisr h4 gives out is that adopted at the national con vention in Ohio Mr Obeuavlt says The citizens of Kentucky are warned not to place any insurance in any of the above companies and jf you kaow of any one soliciting business for any of them kindly notify this dertIrian- and t the offender will be prosecatedr llarrj Harry x Dent Jae too late I Finely lace4i Pktmo Cabinet Photographs atli pe dozaa at ROSEDA ES L Ii 1 1 4c s 1 T J r Ob VJEJ S Ji 1 l t 4m r r BIG RIVER PROMISED The rainfall of the past week has beer general and according to dispatches tbero are prospects of a big river in thc Mississippi probably not a Hood bu it will clip close to it V W o f FULLY ENDORSED 11 fJgadncah Ky now 20The Mem phis conference in session at Paris Tenn Saturday in a manner as do- cisivlre It could be done vindicate RltalWtHriggs of the charges lately reported as before the official board o hijjlchnrch here When the question of MrTBriggs character was called as arc those pf all1 the ministers of the confqr ence fojajncharges Investigated hero were brought up and a committee com posed of Boys Warner Moore J H Witt and A B Jones to investigate any charges and report The committee performed its duty and Saturday reported saying no trial is necessary They completely endorsed tho finding of the local church committee in ovar particular What is more tliey wa upon Dr Briggs and protested agaw= i his giving up the pastorate so he vffll remain in the itinerancy The Little Toe Must Go Mowwt is asserted that the small too of titetlinman foot will be crowded out of existence by tho end of the present century Such is the chiropodists generally nud of physicians who have given t matter more than passing consideration Just as according to Darwin the tail was crowded out of tho human bony skeleton many ages hue because it had absolutely no useful1 function to perform just as the vermi form appendix the only a ctionpof which is to necessitate pd rous and expensive operatIons Wil eventually find noptace in humlln anatomy so according to present and colons tho little too must ultimately J aaltogether Y MONEY IN WHEAT A BoE f r1DE Few York Nov 24The best poste and most conservative grain men iin tNewJYork and Chicago are unanimous in the opinion that the time is ripe for a ubstautial advance in the price Mseat and the increased activity in the market for the past few days shows i ey are afiting on their opinions ny articles have been published trine these opinions The best most comprehensive however is a letter just issued by tho wellknown house of William M Townsend Bro Produce Exchange Building New York which is a recognized authoritv on the consumption production and distribution ot wheat Many reasons are advanced by them for higher prices and altogether they forma logical and most convincing argument i they also present facts of so startling a nature as to cause extreme restlessness among grainrThe letter is issued for free distribu4 tion and can be had on applicationc j I ALL hints i Ii I For HURT CHAPS a- nd1CIIAPPED HURTSShaving Cures Quickly INFLAMMATIONS OR MONEY KEETJNpED 350 woo A tlOO nOTTLES AXJ DRCOaZSTS vA ELLISON MERCANTILE CO lAceII IE E it Beeves Will offer for the Next 30 Days Nice Hanging Lamps 32 Set of Imported Plates 0c Set of Imported Cups BUll Saucers 50c Par lor Lamp 2 Lemonade Sets 150 land LamlI25c Glass Water Pitcher loc Plain Dishes cheaper than prices above I am also agent for the celebrated Bucks Ranges and Cook S t evesThe best stove made Now the most impor tant thing in my line is a WIBI I1I6I That is made all in one pioco the best on earth Call and let me show you and be convinced This is not wind but facts Th price will convince you tha it is also the cheapest as well as the best idiiou cheaper than they wero taversold before What I sayT dor do do CURLIN BLOCK llIUK4u KY I CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We are hero to stay Nobody will appreciate you tryd ing to please yin WA e barbers R U OALDWELL WILL CROWELI A F oLIVER nderlakerIi HICKMAN KENTUCKY Give me a trial when you want mack smithing done or Repairing Wagons u Horseshoeing a specialty I ale keep a full line of UndertakerBd e r B Giodsd 88- I Iliadkcan be fitted up on short notice and at reasonable prices Give nip a trial jailnGAR U THE R S BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD CAKES AND- CONFECTIONERIES stampds with overt purchase CLINTON STREE1 niCKMAX KENTUCKY ofGlanhone Number 00J aLI ERS STABLE OPPOSITE n R DEPOT J H POLILOCK1Pro Firstclass turnouts buggies surrey carriages safe teasw Jic Customc served with courtesy and politen Patronage solicited Telephoned I i IThe Democratic majority at the recent electson in Kentucky was 35370 With a few more winners of as much reputation as John Mitchell there wont be enough left to go aronndii The German kaiser is said to have killed olgafcyfour rabbits in twenty minutes But wo would liko to hear more of tho details before expressing our opinion y It has been remarked by a priiiceI that President Roosoylt seems to be fnllof electric sparks The priqco has doubt Tjthen t Congressmanelect Qllie 11L Jn has made T II Lovelace city editor of the Fulton Leader his privato secreta ry Mr James said last summer that he had been besieged by live hundred applications for the clerkship which pays about 1200 annually ItvAccording to the report of the jsu perinteudeut of the lite saving service for 1902 the number of disasters to vessels was greater than ever before except in 1893 and 1901 The loss of life however was only twentylive a number far below the average i Judge T T Nunn Jndgeolcct of the Court of Appeals from this District has given the secretaryship of his office to Juines Ray formerly of Bard well now a prominent young lawyer of 1a ducah Thovnlgar exhibitions of wealth in this country aro notculculuted to make satelargetvote and tho growing impatience on all sides ought to muko the millionaire class panxo and think Mtesnrf notwiIRtapdiugold jeers has the unique record of having sen + touced a solvent millionaire to the pcii iteiitiary But tho fact that ho is out on 10000 bail pending appeal still leaves under u cloud the certainty of life reaching that goal If tho North St Francis Levee Dis trict sell their bonds and do some levee work themselves they will get another allotment from the River Commission to complete the Joyce in Missouri ojix site Hickman If they get their levee completed unit the Kentucky side can commence thunt out for high land tho first big flood The most expensive book in the world has lately been given by the Ameer of f Afghanistan to tho Shah It iis a copy of the Koran bound in solid gold brad set with pearls rubies and diamonds It cost 5400000 Beginning January let tho Twicca changedoweekly publication and the price will remain 100 per year I wask1435 for a hoglaw and l47f against it Mayfield and Paducah Ought to join hands and consolidate the hog and cowV- interests Padacah Sun v Water Cure far Chrome Constipation Tape two cups of hot water half hour betore each meal and just bafiira4 going to bed ilso a drink of water o or cold two hours after each t+ iotil Tako lots of outdoor exercise w tk ride dnve Make a regular habit of this and in maiiy ascs chronic consti putiou may be cured without the use of any medicine When h purgative Is required take something mild and gentle like OhamberlainS stomach and Giver Tablets For sale by Cowgili it Jowgilf Message Around the World in 39 Minutes aol girdlo round about the earth in forty minutesPock in Midsummer Night Dream Mr Secretary said Mr G G Ward general uaaaager fUie 6em mcrcial and Pacific Coeataerck Cable companies today to Secretary of the Navy Moody about a mouth ago a man in Boston sent a cable MegHngf around the world He did it ia thirty nine hours On the fat of Mtiit illJj when our Pacifldi lines are eId1we will Mnef a meaesge KMM few Yrka- round rho wtllln CH le thiittS IV t Kval 3lgrexlag i elemsYelda Plaeaeaga a- L f ll J y a f i JR j i J + t j r- ijiiL ih fiPd t 5 o 41 IrI tit it k 1 e 3j 3j I j y 3i i d 1 s ii-i- r 1 1