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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i oj f lfi6 I I t of 1 J1 s bhf t- il IJ Il COURIERII- rfp r 1 f1 j IOLIEST NKWSPAPKP 1 ESTFRN KENTUCKYt l i yI ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKIV1AN FULTON COUf Y KY APRIL 17 19O3 VOL XXXVI1 1 NO1 F YT f THE FIRST OF A SERIES 8 O- FSPECIAL= SALES IN THE ttomeGoods Departnlent =tltll BEGINS 70DAY A SNA IZ VIthr m =ar sIN trr White Lined Enameled Ware 3= Here are matchless values in Enamel Ware Blue and white marbloized outside pure white inside gym triple coating at prices never offered before Some have two cents of gray enamel on heavy steel huse inside and out We picked these up at baraDrrr g tin ricer 1 onII It them thy same way = 1Jilk SU111y 25 ButsergIr 0 f5 Quart Lipped0 I t EE Sauce pan 30c tri rYou cant buy thorn any r where lless than fil cents = White iB Lined Quart 15 cents WhiteJ onettiQuart 18ets cent rev Pall 10t r r 2 1 I2 Qt sCoffee csSteei v White inside r Always 0 cent Now35c sA Uhl lt dr IJ llllrt Is III let Preserve x rsue J 1i rt lIt IE This 10 flaring E at lOcts sups1J ut tlHse again hut eant prlllll s re have a g6od il1Ctgom ll1e above iteuls nltse tllnrl to show you where more good are P lnilltcr weckwe have in a lung shiptt1lut of rundt be uolls niOoMill f Iflf of every discretion i ELLISON MERCANTILE cuKY 0 luuuuuuuuuuau uuuiuuuuui u tr lg 4 RONEYHELM tIpqplJJARi COUPLE WILL UK WKUDKD V NRXT WBDNBSDAY s i wedding of unusual interestt of Hickmans pipuUir society is 1 MjsfiUraao 1I1e1u W Koney Vill he united TIll happy Jj aril place at the Baptist chieveuiftguch4fc880 ocloeK Rev YoS Ko tney Little Hock Ark father pr titeoC groomelect and a former f resident of Hickinnn will oflici fitoAteK he wedding is not in the na f 2t ture of ft surprise as many of the t closest friends have anticipated F f a union but few knew the exact nc ydate The union of these two f i popular young people should be a Y happy one as hothtlre well suit ed ands both should be congratu tJ on selection of lifes llf1 companion youngestcdaughter of Mr Seorge NHelm J1nnd one of Natures most charming flowers of real life 4 fSlie is pretty in both character k and appearance mid has a most fiff lovable dispositioiv and will make itTiiodel wife r b 1i f titL crV 2 Quart Milki Pans JIII 10 worth regrublrtl e ni- tsJiqtPuddinqPansJOcI Lipped Saw Part o nto P I1 4 I5 2 T 8 qt Jlined worh 7V- Ii tliisi sale Milk Pit Milk 3 This ieWhite 48 qt Pans PUDDING PANS =411 Quart octnts = Juut 11 hell tlllRe thing only 6 lJ1s I 1 lflltfStin v i turf HICKMAN Vii t event twice lated their is J Mr Koney is file uf Ilickniiii niort prominent lull valuable fitr iigoiiti lit i ia lawyer Iby ecru 1pation and has an exceedinglyl bright future in the profusion lheI has chosen He hits been a resident of ITioUiiwn fur two ypnii landJ l ton He iS a genflemtin of theI highest plane and to bright young lawer lie is universally popular J the wedding party will be tOn dered a reception at the homo the bride immediately after the ceremony COUNTY COURTi BUSINhSS County Court was in soaaion this week and much business was transacted The will of Mrs Henry Kmer son of Jordan was probated bequeathed everything to her 1ms band iucludiug her part of the estate of F AV Keiser Eugene Blakemorewasappoiut ed constable No3 Sheriffs set tlement was filed Ed Bard wa- oPl V5 pointed road overseer of ninth section of the State road George Scotty was appointed overseer of third section of nppe- river road Mason Barn soyersqei iA LARGE CROVfI SAW- THEAIKANSASI HERE x B The city of Hickman VUH ov Howell with hnestsSitturtlf3 who r ump to see the hig fighting yes sll of 1Ile Saius the UA rlan sas hall four thousand visia lplainh tars wrtl in the city and 2000 Visited the glrlp People weroo pu lure from over Vest heiitucly + West Tennessee and Missouri costs Tho Arkansas arrived here and aiitlioreU at 12 oclock and imj gpiii mediately began to receive guests UunniRiuler Vreeland sent Ins r launch over after the Mayor niuljjhiu City Council and the party were1 U shown through tthe ship lby the m Oommauder and Lieut Comm tn r der E Simpson and everything was tliourgliiy explained to them 1 The Mayors party consisted of the Hi following Mnyur Dillon T1 f Swayne and wife 1L3 Brevard and wife Si Brevard W Cj tnlI Juhnson Got Carpenter amlj 1 Misses MhrieBreVimlund leiCase l m- Lieut Simp n was especially llle courteoiiH in shelving the part Prj through and made a very favoi able impression by his elltleij l 3 k J9f- or Lynch Slew road Aytchiej i Walker overseer of Adams road Tilt liscitlO1F1lgst week allowed 35M claims amounting ti about 4IUU 1 arfiS j STORE ROBBED j l l i The Jewelry store of MI1 F Do ilQni Myers at Fulton was hrowlt open and robfjed Tuesday nightfj About fifteen watches and a lot1 I of other jewelry are missing PICKPOCKEWEREi HERE jj- A QiUJf ging of pJftvptHkfts are fog lowing the ship ArkansasjiWliile the Monitor was hero tvaI men were known to have beef vittilISor tlernfprfColI lr luLWln m J 1 tJt lrinjR- Mr Arch White of rnionCitH caught his purse as the wily fitrau ji II gel was pulling it outt of histyOck et City Marshal Dillon sai5 her iis sure a pickpocket atteni eclio work his poctt t tthat he fell the I man rub up against his revolver I in his hip pocket and supposes the gun seared him out j SFERSII REAL ESTATE 1 t CNSIDE1ABL1i LAND I CHANGED HANDS HEIe- E j TL j i 14puty County Clerk roporia esrJtfat Milner to lL A Binforcl four tracts of land f1030- M l E Kinilm toA A Kimbvo 20 acres iyi district 2 SUO Walter Wade and wife to JIho II Wade 22 acres 2J1I 01 acres 000 J1 IL and A 1l Brown toJ U Keys and Isic Bowden lots in Hickman 10- 0MBShaw andl Fainie Shale to L1 Perry lots in llickmaiY mt I John Bsiird andwite to Luther Yejh i12 neresTh j IKSMoore am l wife to 1 If DotMlii 10 interest in land lOOv Bii1avis to James Newt fii lot jin Eesat Hickman 10lrt K 1 L Lcickurt to Bennett Hrt ombres Jntt I lC1LI Kirk to B tl Hale m acres 87n r- J A Taylor to JJ S Auderpi n 18 acrt0 f- oE J1 K BnnuHt tto IV O Cral ditik au acres j800 f U1 Fields to Sam 11ebh FJi interest in 80 acres ki0 HtulCJ27 I I T IFlot in Hickman nOfJ-wV B Postlewaite tn M Ji Shaw lot in Hickman 100 y A L Shuck to Mat tie War ford 22 acres L1 000 b v piperSI DearKUUort let us try to express oar to our many many friends for their sympathy and kindness shown nSo- iltbrlussof r J our dear uuonma Lii9ic lilcc5rfags onone and tiro remain H CUILDRBK AND StsrEKr ft4ffOk t r congenialityLl f prisereverything visitors Jhe jwrlitansasJ ija ongof the newest best Monftcn of the U S avy and it is beauty The of the construction was about Mnillion dolhtrs and it is worth miles to 8 0J fnrIrd uw uitiiiivN for their courtesy ulpatriotism The otlicers re ived guests until six oclock in the1lSiliJOrBltgfkman Sunday morning at r 15 proCl lEvansville 4nd They will jreurnto Curio about the 20th of April and will go from there to Louis While in Hickman sailor Imvs bike ball team ooFed bats with Irrclnclellt1es liftrnves anl the Hickinnn team rht Scortf1 tA10 RIVE R siNG ontotOiVtral fpct of water bus rjsnn this week jfiUvis rout time tire river will rise 1Iihodnugor lino even now if it does nUtrain nuyrnore The people in the iUom have begun to make projmra fro move out FOR WILFUL TRESSPhSSING vChtir lIo6re n shanty boat mUD Wu rtjrrcsted Tuesday by Deputy Sheriff Fi nSl3Krk north of Hickman on a war hurginK him with wilful tress offti Iiiiqbofni 4 g I EXAMINATION HONOR ROLL z Report of those having highest ave ages on the third examination ut Hick man College a 4 SeniorButieAnnie Ellis n8S It SKCQ D YEAH CLASS Clifton Steele 98 45 Inez Luten 82 2 5 Winfred Taylor 80 2 5 Irene naim 79 J J FIr r ilAn 1lultAddio Murroil x t Ilea Moore M dTomJiOrrrli OIB1iF r Jessie Henry 001 i Ruby Fleming 96tcfLouise Atwood ssr4K 0 Virginia McDaniel S8 David Prather84 5 Homer Green 83 EwE fiII mAttE llaiy McDauiel 97 4 4 Kanuit Kearby 92 Victoria Slater 89 Xathaj 1wr cad b3J3 Ilusatl Johnsou 880 Victoria Bondnrant88 SIXTH ORAPC y Victoria Nolson 97 Lizzie Comm 87 tIdn4BascpmbaXiUnsford1 H = jHenry Sanger 82 Harold Debow 81- rtlrrl ORAI1E Prank Smith 94 Lilla Davio J Harry SlilletBC Maggie cnry 85 Hazel Johnson l8Warren Elhgon 4 FOURTH ORAUE Lois BartlettiJG 1st 4 Brodie Overtoil 90 45 Willie Isbell 90 Doyle Tourney 8 45 Blanche Helm 83 15 Nannie Methony 871 jj i John Nrlson 8J u fj THIRD mADE Emma Tyler 97 Helen Batts 94 35 Mel Barry 02 2 G Kato Hackoti SS Richard Webb 87 Fern Bryan 85 20 i 55- t Iuslin1 and i l 13e ly lint of and we afford to M f with neck 1 b ndod across front nudf nock nt25 cents are good at 555 cents Sino verv hibcira I l od good vihi Ihrte inSPiUji and iitB rdL rntile for trop Stirs like cut 1i to t riO four gotidl quality nuislin JU cents 2f cent cloth rattle with thft ttugs noon acute Another MIT xccllfiit material lull tuck em roHery nlll above otlged with 1 h lik at 00 con Worth fully 83 ts gra IC 81100 J i eiIii rice 0 cts to 2 nO A mulll viilnc has four group tucks yoke at Outs be at EW LOW NECK GOWNS round square quality lou doth 1125 and 150 Those yet are in ths under THIRD AND LAST ENTERTAINS The third and last of the series of by of the cherch some ago will given at the City Hall at 8 t In the series havebeen Rev K Piner of MenJphil and Mrs Has troll both of whom wore cordially appre elated and will recalled by ail whq heard them Garrett boars a moat enviable reputataou as an to that of either of the former visitors General 25 cents reserved 35 cents children 15 cents Tickets at Cowgill CowgilPs JUDGE NAY L9R WITHDAAWS r r ties has withdrawn from the contest and which has been suffering lately ENSEMBLE At her beautiful ou Obion street Miss Kate Reid entertained evening at Go oclock dinner the follow ing young ladies Misses Grace Helm ina Glenn Irene Amberg and Louise Rogers Mist Irene Amberg will entertain the young ladies including Miss Ellison evening at six oclock t dinner t Fink U Garrett will at the City Hall Monday night Mr Gar V south Dont fail to hear him the City Monday night Admis sion IH 25 and 853 Reserved seats 1 know on sale at Cowgirls If t 1t Itss Josio caulks has returned to T tMo i OM Phillips was m Uratchfield thisi to week OW to r All the merchants report a I dom business last Saturday ri6 Dr S Jr Davidson yesterday pur the Hunzickcr place on private l + J 7 y r t I SpecialSaleVusfln Sdiir time silH+ e the laced a very larfreoi ler kulies Underwear which should have been received sold out before this But they have just arrived Not this is late for us td ho these goods and we feel that must snake an holdel Muslintl Underwearr weshtlllll illl lline of them jioodp Iiought one of the best manufacturers jn UfO country hestof mattnnisarot used the workmanship At the prices make own underwear for here you nil w rifer ilieill you cannot your latH them neatly made at the price of bare Note these 4 i Corset Covers Tnro rows lace told rdnt n9ciJ nhllInrll1Net1ge fin r hemstitched rumJJ 2o etc Another square rufflo trim t- Tl values 50to85- oSkirtsa Io1quality miislni wulcdauhh Jlounoo luiilstitcli limn width HO cents Skirtlrovs Lacu tidE dust Drawers Ilaiu inch ruilljjj Uejsular valutitMid wide rulIiFi l tucks Jtillle S inch rtr cut is Finer up f1 IfTN nan i from T 1a specially1 front rulllo aroundtwo rows insertion forming ntiik uul sleeve Would cheap 75 ds- TIll both cud effectline who have not purchased their Muslin Underwear having opportunity to secure firstclass garments value MENT entertainments inaugurated thepastor Methodist weeks bo lIonPinisIentertainers W he delightfully Mr wcrandReV equalinadmission seats legLlalor JudgeNaylorhe with TOUT home last same Annie Monday Hon lecture entertaiaing4whichis ttHeaIHall cents Caruthereville v I tremeu chased thehiArConsideration Dr for receiving we The is firstclass materials SS5- iSte1ltl se embroidered in fortunate t r I if k UI on q AfterLaster Ctrness 5U rI i T if f We are ready with lightest and daintiest Summer Millinery the sheerest and whitest of Summer Shirt Waists and every conceivable thing in summer Wash Good of cotton and linen also new line of Summer shoes aitd 4 lotlung We note a few suggestions to hint at the scope of our preparations for summerjk Summer Millinery f Dainty creations in Chiffon lace and other light weight Lila terial1 1I1 large and withIne1111111upturned rims In fact out of our line of lt t 11CtStylCS it would be difficult not to find a Hat at about would3011tJ AV suit your face 4 rI R 7 i- j RIcEI T j WASa 4 GOODS 1 j t- t 0 r JOur assortment of wash goods is an admirable collection of 4 41ie newest and most beautiful mate lal iOnelot Bountiful Bqtlstcgogcl assortment style and colors worth the for Scf ib centsrt l Our line of loc Batiste Iilniti etc Wcstiow A eXtia large assortment and tVorfch fully 5c more per m- eleeBaltzer V f jIJt I t 1 I Doddl r 4 Ait l THE HICKMAN COURIER MRS GEO WARREN Prop f THOS H LOVELACE Editor and fMianager i PUBLISHED VERY FRIDAY t ANNOUNCEMENTS J tCIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized to announce W P LEE as a candidate for the office of Circnit Judge of this Judicial Dis fifict Subject to the action of the tDemocratic Party We are authorized to announce R J jBngg as a candidate fpr the officei of 4 Circuit Judge of this Judicial Dis trict Subject to the action of the Democratic Party r fit i CIRCUIT CLKKK H Weare authorized to announce J W e MOKRIS a candidate for reelection of the office of Circuit Court Clerk toIII Fulton County subject to the of the Demociatic party COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY Y We are authorized to announce Harry J MOORMAN as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney of this F district pubject to the notion of the partyrWeare authorized to announce W H Hester of Mayfield as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney of the First District subject to the action of the Democratic Primary May 9 1903 RAILROAD COMMISSIONER We are authorized to announce Senator MoD Ferguson of Padacah as a candidate for the office of Railroad Commissioner to represent the First District of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic Primary JMay P 1903- We are authorized to announce Judge r J Fletcher Dempsey of Madisonville asa candidate for the office of Rail road Commissioner to represent the First District of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic Iriwary May 0 1903 j d STATE TREASURER I Hereby announce myself as a can didate for State Treasurer subject to th rctioa or the Democratic state- primary to beheld May 9 1003 HENRY BOSWORT1I of Lexington Fayette CountyI- iEFR13ESTATICS J Wo arl8Htlonaedi toanaoaaca Sam Elliott mLsa candidate for representa tivo of the counties of Fnlton and i llickman subject to the action of the f Democratic party I tr i kicc- I i I are hereby authorized to announce IWO Hargrove as a candidate for representative from this dis composed of the counties of Fulton and Hickmuu Democratic primary May U By authority we announce J L Egbert a candidate = Cor the Democratic nomi representFultonocratic primary May 9 Lteut Governors Race There seems to bo little interest over the state in the race for Lieut Govern or of Kentucky but there should be much interest manifested There are two good men out for the office but one is especially deserving ol recognition and that one is Col W P Thome of Eminence Ivy Of course every man woman and child in Kentucky knows that Col Bill Thome is a candidate for Lieutenant Governor He has made many speeches in thus county As a Democrat his record is unsullied as a speaker his wit is unsurpassed and as a Iatvyer and legislator his record stands out like a star in the firmament Col Thprho says he wants all the one gallns fellows who own one milch cow or less to vote for him and hn will win without a struggle Col Thorne hue held a number of re sponsible positions and has a knack at succeeding at almost anything he undertakes He has made more speeches for his party than any man in the State and has a personal acquaintance ex tending from the Big Sandy to Mills Point Whether nominated or defeated ColI Thorne will be found on the stump this fall fighting for his party But his friends say they are going to reward this valiant knight by putting him on the ticket by the side of Kentuckys brilliant young Governor A Worthy Candidate Mr J Morgan Chiun of Mercer county is a candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals This excellent young man is one of the young men of old Kentucky that has marie a remark able recordfor himself in recent years He is the author qf the Chinn School Book Dill that was a pet measure of the late martyred William Goebel Mr Chinn is a son of Col Jack Chinn the riC dfe Ierate 301tllerwhoibns been fighting Democracys battles for over forty years Mr Chiun seems to page his race won F j r 3 t and that ho will make u capable andI I greatestIgoes saying Pleased With Outlook State Senator MeD Ferguson of Pa- ducah has returned from an extensiv- campaign over the Western part of tli candidacyforrout euminissium in the First railroad districtMr expressed himself as being highly pleased with the outlook for his nomination Everywhere he has tact with hearty support and he says ho could not bo better satisfied with the prospectsSenator Ferguson has fftt clod a strong organization all over the dis j trict und if a full vote is polled in the railroad commissioners race ho believe that his majority will he large iacpeoplco Gov Heckham It looks like he will now win by the largest majority ever I TheIl and will give him the endorsement he de 1 serves fllion Henry R Lawrence tine brigta editor of the Cadiz Reconkhas been re inTrlgi speaker and has a fine chance to win Well what do YOU think of thisApostoflice named Deboe in Knntuekyj has been discontinued nov Beckham will speak at Fulton tomorrow night avid will be hoard by a large crowdj1 j Candidate for Representative Ij The Courier this week bats the ploasji me of announcing Luby Hargrove ofI Cayce as a candidate lor state repre sentutivo of Fulton and lliclunan coun ties 4 Mr Hirgrave In oue of thu bet known young men in Fulton county lie is 2tf Tears of age and is a bright young mta4 of much promise Ho comes front once of this oldest and most highly respected overki r woect and a man of more than ordinary ability He isi highly educated and wpauT make us a splendid representative Ho has never voted anything heta Democratic ticket has never cast one outside the county of Fulton and asks favorable consideration of the Demo cralic voters at the coming primary Although he has always been morea or less prominent in party affairs ofl the 11 ECLIPSE I 350 Summer Shoes nnrlGOTina FulTR HUNDRED Pants for swell dressers the best line of Mens and 30rohave just the new spring styleswith detach 1ble helt Prics from 20 to 50O Mens Summer suits Coats and Pants imade skeleton hack Pants with belts and cuff bottoms big line to from at 5 00 to 1000 Jane Hopkins boys in two and lthree lpiece stills 5to 16 years at 125 to 000 b Hickman7 ti1 I county yet he has heretofore rcfraine from asking any oflice deterred from feo doing by a becoming modest s by its absence in Lila lire fessionul politician and oflice Hooker 11 raprogoute aneI Hickman Mr Hargrove promises t use his every effort for trio advniicemen of the cause of his constituency and ti maintain the supremacy of the uudyiuj principles of Dpinorracy Mr Hargrove is acquainted with tin fact that Fulton and Hickmau conn tics need goad loads and he favors II bill to appropriate a largo sum of mon ey by the State for the benefit orthf1 road system and will use Every effort lu have the present system improved Mr frothhbnlton county and will hustle for the nomination No one will make a mistake by favoring his candidacy with j vote on May 9 He will try to see as many voters as possible in Fulton and Hickman counties between not and the election Mr Hargrove u one of Fulton c un ys wellknown teachers and is one of die county examiners with the county superintendent A flrenl Sensation There was a big sOllatitlil G Lees rule Ind whoa W H Brown of that place who was expected to die hal1 Iliad his life saved by Dr Kings Now Discovery forCousumption lIe writes I endured insufferable agonies from Usthum but your New Discovery gave fine immediate relief and soon ofiected n complete cure Similar euro of Con umpUon PneuUlollIIl Bronchitis and brip nra numerous its the peorlea remedy for nIl throat and lung troubles Price 0e and 110 Guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles freer Makes A Clean Sweep jTneres nothing like doing a thing evortronhlyhard of Buckleus Arnica Salve is the 1it It sweeps away nml cures Burns Bruises Cuts bus Ulcers Skin FTaptious and Piles Its only Site and fejaranteed at all druggists o i AThegghtfHl Jinn J5 M Austin of Winchester In- dlitV what to do in the hour of need H hysicfansyt 1wIfe lead such an unnsual case of 3k1 rot help her He thought of and trid Dr Rings New Life Pills and ijot relief at once and was finally iitd Only 25c mall druggists m t Mrns KCLIlSE 350 low cut Tlfse in Vioi mid IPutIItI t Colt LKCV Oxford find hilt hr tPt Tin very lthlV4 t for summer var 1dl J5ovs high cut iIa es r received the Coals select Made Ares old conspicuous ct1 C nII n- i Cotton Sd I d o t I i i Meal and Hullst o I i I t I I rrrrrlrrrrirrljr1 1 1 i P t I Cotton Sttd Mealoar IQObs of1 10 4- IOtl01l rl IIrlI I f LeiCottonj i j j I j L I i J 1 1 i I I I i RIC OND BOND CO i Ij t HICKMAN KENTUCKY j KENTUCKY CROP The crop bulletin of the Kentucky tillAprilThe tompertnrc averaged consider ably above the normal during the week The rain dojayud farming to quite an extent in many places lint all rapidlyWheat and the present outlook for u large jielrt is unusually good Winter nuts anll rye are also very promising A smaller average tbhn us ual of spring omits has been KOWU Corn plant inghus only bf gun and igi progress ng slowly on account of rain The tobnco beds were generally plan 1nicely1 rapidlytt Peaches were badly injured by frosts and freezing weather and the outlook is very poor for the crop Some of the later varieties will give u partial crop Other fruits are in most localities in fair condition Gardens tire very back ward planting having been delayed by rain Gras is in splendid condition and much farther ad mncyd than ite usual at this time of year Stock of all kinds are in very fair condition WOODLAND MILLS NOTES A of1VlilytiievflfoArkbn3iuegHisi soon fowinhavegoneW T Pluck mud wilt will cokeepingMn i riseitiul na Lonsbrought is visiting liar fattier Mrs Frank i visithere a SatnrdayOtuocumpalgDtug visited the onitor othlSnilroundgoodDuring target practice in the gulf off thebattleshipPensacola ture explosion of a shell Three pieces RItoua mese kIlling 1 I three and injuring five others i r T 0 i i sL a fl rIu rj 7 i i f i J 4J i 0 J1j f ir Z v k 4 J I jjFREEI i t 3klRIii i i b i j II t f idKJILDiNtl KENTUCKY WORLDS ScHor children pcbli j J cents tea I oyez nnt ofexpenses I Cato JSuUding erectiou J position livery Ilia satisfailon nt saint t halO rxv recoffnitioa j Kentucky j raise rII i display ot lite pro t State He Schools tr tttatitutlonpte1 1hibit Committee ale nc accepted K ames of alt school cluiUrtn votlnjr be enrolled in the Building at tba Fpo j lePalacei =7Ik IIYCOUfttyb ulkwcd to send two tcacher the moat popular lad the etfcotul ryoit popular tII IKS TOTES WILL IE TEX CENTS 1LCI TKH co snJCTlt A JULtOT S Atten cents each every setcol child in tIle State vplll be able to cast at toast onevdie for itsbcrfersrite teacher Bsttiicvotic will iiot be cocftncd to school clittdrriiv v IABnXTS OP O ASt OF TIIEIIt FJUUSBS 3MT TOTE The put a of the Assoc publicrf rsunpdcIrersmittinyofiplClS for vu ers nztnrs maybe Itft blank The Assoin icn wants Jtt1Ccr to two 1 in the or more votes hi plainlytotheballet3yIj includejtlic city far six days and oUiu the exposition e uuuds fur pix days THREU PARTIES WITJ iE JIAUE li FC05I Inn MOST lOIltAU TEA HK11S to mate the tripi store profltahle and more eujovk lch cf tliese par tea will COD Lt of foiy lfot teachers This VOl make toCit j teachcralii as Uicre lire tlulT 19 counties jcat ckythe Asscclc t6i his decided to nllow two tend r i it popular Iud the seeded most popular to RO Ireo that countyJefiorsou eicepted uLidi t s the greatest number gfvotes iti the coulcst Theteaclitrwithbec et votingI notconfined It children The public Vctesinayl crt foracvjxTta who tau lt sth00t during sans or Ia tcachinar now This opportuaiwjrr Of UALKTC V JIB Cc7 Jfjr OXB TI1I Tlicre is nolimit The moredol tlie vcre vciJu cr sUe trill be ctcfllteil with 4 j THREUj2CASTS = 1ET1VOTES TIN nGtIAJ 5 A IWfDRED VtYirii OYl ItnscLso 1xllavsANDvcrE All ol the In this coiitett ever raid abarc that used in defrtiyiu expenses of 1 the U1tO tpnar ttaclicrsof llx State on lQ tbcAVrrU1 Fdr itl gs for the crec I addiII i cctlrnnntytoIf11 teacher lhvcieowi be cjactcd ttrucr the g ipcrvis5 of the liducttlcaul Inhibit Comralttee j oftbc As oclct2ott 1 lit per Bucl of tit ccirrJU e iIsts 1 rof II O Ur rnet L uls ivltlt Chilnaai Trof II V McCSd5cy traak i lialleck Louisvil rronw jri t iLaut udtryutl JVilliaai STtnvitdie laetsori lit W CL Ys t ia Cr E1 3tret0on JorisvHle Dr V iluJii2 Tjwlvrlc JJr feyn ott1 j ivrurtcudtulir A Cussldy ic McUeuryIr 4 I I HnosItMJ content J f twrel1fI t i y3rkr tocI + rmaercfv s J abled efiatofa rlnttttroteschers dl 1fcongratulugtymestngrt iinsEC 3 t fcJi lae r tb c r br r n lire jlrti ge ufWetan month Jniip Jnlyor IUUst1O1 1cJ LI t r 1a rfitsAUi tiiL LP ClANKS AND MAIL WITH 1 jCOiFl t TKH votes for iOOA i oft t nos pular teacheriin tS tI I iie t rl J X tl N Jji ty Q I3 hrjAR it X i 2 t 1 c j f f 1Q tY I 1 r 10e t o f- 1Oc t 1 n 10c- rT TlOc tOe r Voters are nottegaired to sign their Hawcsbut the AssociatlouwanlB alfschoolchildren voting todo setas It will esrel1 tkC1flln the ICeutuckynullding JIiotcrS leave theoptioH ofbsndinf ballow 4ircctto the Secretary oT the Association onto the j paper which clipped V zr Additional ballots may be certified eopien or this paper may be mlle by chccl registered letter r cent txetage express or S postal money order or in currency at BtiideraTlsK Address nil to HUGIIKS Secretary rA LouisVille Ky l cl v2 GommisslOnersSale FOtTOX CIRCUIT COCIIT FPYTLJCKtt H A l J atfainst t Eqhiiy- BriggHncur Aduir c yef end t 13j virtue of a Judgment and order oft safe of Vnltort Oircttit Court rendered rhTu mary Term thereof UUiu tlio alov i dance for the sum ot Six HuuUrtd fend hiltyeiglatl71W D Ilntt4 Iu6i 57j with iutrrest at the r Ho nf C pun ceut per unuuui trout the 22ud day paU ante tin rtcott to otTer fir i Y i iiatthtj jourc tlpnss door in lick t rtz iiijjii to tijy bidder tt public on I M niicH t ho Jtli day ot Mlv JJO at2 iW octcxjk PHI of tlurenbout iholUt Oiv 1CUlt G urL flay IIIHan a credit of Six destribcd proper i ty twiiv t j IlUsuij ttlioRt twenty lires being m the t VrtMottmai gnttieN of Stction2- a r c IP8 Wtsi bezautting atast ho- witUJ corner of fir Uu iwj 0 83 e 7it lfu Tfitiik ot tl e MolS phi river IH f IbJ r Theprf ir aJ5 vst C3 polestio u 1 wtPtk Si auiou tuti Elm ijeTuters r theta S r6tve Li1 peter tatliolcgiwuiilg- Y A Alstj115tcrt jin then oqBarter of See 21 n JjIte t1KK1nMll14 ala j I+ clpni River Thences i i 66 w sfe 14 poles to a stake ante Fe- prnlr Thence east 1rr lade to tt stake Jet pointer Iwicfc corner of satd FI1Jslja cook theape a 55 et88 poles tot4IiRuing 9outainrng 44 acres llaHil Iviat and bet8IS in I+Alton Cpulyt KesUkiky Or 9 IHcient thereof 10 pit ilOe the JIBIB of be made For the valOhase prict the fAwa ra4r With ap wevedsecurity or se rt tidmu8t exectite GBond beerht 1 intereat tram the day of stile until k tQ aRd hftitia tile force inil eiretof- eat N Jrtti t- lywith jktder3 w11 ba Ffparet1 S llWptlf s pJr xieltliaetr l v fjf T i nf k Lyelt rI a ClearlaK Sal E- ptoi hMi8iPc w 11ie- MI taCt tlirlic beitttlgIIiieelyI- ftki l =Tttd ell rant i vs M tiJceT- iijf5 tJt 4 FiIP aad a feowsJJjr invited to vote t papnctiiicRcb cat at oie i time All 1tJI1 y j above trip erstoo jcntuczy at i voter Riren 01 j knovinK A worthy Qc ate 1 J important object hayc j aided the LL1t IfaO1t teacher CoolrM v v iEducationnli mittre of EsbUI Association tile ocjrcanru i formed to Souw15 Kentmky UuilUiu and fwi Stales applopotbe11i1 I trhisllerteacherLizpo r or unvote to Kentucky 4 HtlBWetOfvotcsJV111 1tic PUPILS I vion to a of In usslyryenrollcdInltisochersciuut villbsanifflportactfactcn HKIRT K i14ntInforanymieteacher CAtS IICNDREDDOL money received tlitlrtips 1 I foHorr ort rnulholomcsvJnutsvillePict 1rbasePalmerDxnvillcPcs dent E AtUmr Vttftr 1 the t AiCJl ENCLOSED 10e 5fr from extra Remittances communications L r1Ja1UtitJ uIottttidthofoilowiii af4INnor1W in aoueysoordets4Pe tleritiv PIADfMi A1fUIJALPJtICI tiealTanaeancm r teaclJ t Stktl1Wty and Knube pianoy null lunv trcluiliugiuttrumeutR kiidwn strikes Jfillor ikioft tv ILuii lilt IlL7oftonv Mflhul fiUiliiiy 1VelgrChiekertug there urn liuo tri d inHtruiiuiitw s25 Ut1tiIhlPitllnlttyiltd3inr at 5iSO tint upwiittlsi Nfiivly tilt these pianus were iutfijil d tu sell fr IIIICI priclJJIonJ pirlieui w npow ltDilliutiitiIiS i Any pliUianot roviiii Veliriily Viiiiftfitcturj tXIkffiAlilltGJOWKO DtstiVrstHlt no uIwRtclo 5i TUltljt kdmtuuj ttlrarrjitirkitbl4 itrptuptirIiutlfrfijjli ttstt r s 1ru iu ifiiifait I you 1it v iVT ir uv kiihijv Ifjpu IlltnlvI by Wpnirttion ut1 Zbtitktr w ill lisHMn you of tliir Mitthii+ r piMiattil7rnj record of forlv fypar for hnuoriiht iteal i 1 tllIlg4UtMentonAMlggratrtitixtt te 1t tttreii IA custotaor cFii trig wliO liJil IMOII uf luioatitsf redn troth a isivcro cmijrli nil sin 1ItI11berlnrnwas entirely inut J1rv cnutatftii t hut bottles of 1F It Irtit th fit its t vlae PnrtltOnLlneviltel f 6 F QLIVEB Blacksmithna Underlakeir gIOKMAi1rlNrnfKYGive nniUltnf done nr ItsIJthtns WnyoitB Ac Hottse4titeiux a speeialty Ialso kewp a full lino tViiirtakri1 fIlltitCommon Rosewood and Sojid Blek canbaaoRaihhi yrieet CIKe MH a ttealh SJtnJMltf tr1Mrttii 7jL S tifi y- iM tiic r NWENTlH4State I Will Be Handsomer r PEN SKETCH OF THE STRUCTURE ii To Be Erected Out of Popular Sub scription Plun ito Snad 120 PoftJ Mlrtr School TVachera to the Ex position With All of Their p Expenses Paid r- At L s no time in her history has Lien tucky thought of a building of such beauty architecturally or of such importance in a commercial and indus trial way as the structure which will represent the state at the Worlds Fair In St Louis next year It may be said without any fear of contradiction that tho Kentucky building will be as 1 handsome as any building in the group of states at the exposition if In deed It is not handsomer The bulks 1 ing committee of the Kentucky Ex hi bit association spent two months in securing from the architects of the state drawings and another fortnight in arriving at the most satisfactory design It is not possible to give toI the building its real beauty in a paper cat but the one shown herewith is as close a counterfeit as can be made The building occupies one of the most beautiful sites of the expo j sition grounds It is within 100 yards of one of the main entrances to the fair and will stand In a group consist ing of California Minnesota Iowa and New Mexico It is to cover an area of 138 feet by 108 feet This includes both porches and verandas wblcu run en tirely around the building It is of a classic style of architecture the ex1 tenor being symmetrical and well balanced and richly decorated There are entrances on all four sides with mas sive porches at the front and rear flunked with sculpture groups symbol leal of mines forestry manufactures and agriculture and horticulture Once on the inside of the building the via itors pleasur els Increased by the view The fort floor Is devoted almost exclu sively to the large reception hall with a hard wood floor In the center of ths floor will be a map of Kentucky In marble mosaics showing every county rI Kentucky Buildin jio i w crl tn lfyicc In a way the chief pro dufis wad resources of that county Alcag tie walls of this halt will be ptod erhibts Tlic secona flopr will be similar tte first and will be for the usa chliw 01 ladies There Isa lightwill in the center of the second floor Immediately1 over the relief map of the tSte There will alsq boa third foar opening out upon the roofs of the verandas end porches This space as well as the roof proper of the building will oe uccd as a root gar den and f oni it the best view possible of the entire grounus may be obtained It will be a delightful spot from which to Watch the rt works at night The Exhibit association hopes to erect the Kentucky building out of popular subscriptions owe of the plans to raise which is set tartly in detiil ila our advertising columns today Briefly it is to give to the ill most popular school tc erara lit Kentucky a free trip Jo the Worlds Fair next year Every county in the state will elect itsmostF popular teas tcr and tho county outside of Jefferson casting hc largest number Of yoga In the contest will be given the aistiuction of sending not only Its twos popular but its sccosd most pcyaiar teacher to the exposition at too cipense of the association The elicton of the most popular teacher will be made o course by voting and every school child ia the state it Is hoped will be interested enough te ct tat lent one vote Hundreds will doubtless cast scores of them The public generally is also asked to vote ia this contest The association is to receive votes ia blocks of ten when aecaipanled by one dollar that te a bl1otccoBstltute ten votes and school children aMiy form clubs of ten aid cast ballots for their favorite tMcher ABjQ e1iowfnty cast tell votes la one MKC The contest hoe received the hearty eat wsemeat of lroteeor H Y McGb iiiey tJestate fUperiatdBtieBt wblie Jaatractloa aid iti l TH a pajocity of the county slid city Mip riMte denU of thee state kave jcprtwe4 their approval Pro feMOf reC1tetNr1a suggested to all the lM le iwhool teacMrx ot JIM state tbetrseieate iWltt eeiok Will iof telit 1es- s s a Sti f 1i rj 1 t trawl i1iLbl 1 l1 sipn1 t t vuI cLlldrcii ZOW ft a fckelrSyory educator hi the state IS C 1SI la tut czluualeI Wloaal connnUtee or the associa i andKiratepcollegesandfg l betedother ds iKteinatioaal schools are IInvJed alto I Participate v- J sThe 1 P to1tn emc tt hutidsg I dtcid I i toeiworld3fhcjelituckyborneie1ndI t votesMatti I rschoOIir I f wren and the public will be wi im iI ftHt factor Votes may becastfor 15Y person who taught school during sivesUHl1ea DecemCiH ibis summer the opportunity to be YS t rfor during the vacation period as well as when his or her school e5 again The contest will not t close until every school has had the oSifcce to vote toIItttejwants the name of every schoolchild voting In this contest written pJajaly on the ballots so it may enroll them in the Kentucky building at the fair Tke plan is one worthy of the study of not only the Educators of the state and the children that they teach Ijttpof the public In general t I FIREWORKSII Pyrotechnic jgjt Program For the Worl- d1lFalr Dedication Ceremonies 7the Greatest Ever Work was begun on the vast system ofCframeworks for the great fireworks display on the occasion of the worlds fair dedication ceremonies at St Louis April 30 next Magnificent as have Hen former displays of fire Jwerkai at famous Jubilees and celebra tloas in Europe and America these pragrams will far surpass all former Worlds f irJ9011 efforts Some of the set pieces are nearly half a mile long and 100 feet high Many tons of explosives and producingthodlfforeat iu the manufacture of these novelI j features The balloons to be used in bBefeature of the display are so large I fortinflation Expert aeronauts iI arc in Charge of tilts number oeattiali t1111tjJ Jt thettI IItffas from 14 other balloons ranged each side over a stretch of more San a quarter of a mile Bombs and rSctcts will be set off by thousands j sad the sljy will be brilliant with new ltStnts in fireworks The program lYjHWvldes rtofo evenings of fire a grand fstaud seating 30000 t2ErksS now being under construction vfrani wUch to view tho spectacle I PiccepUinces have been received ItfMRi President Roosevelt former lfwhldeat Cleveland the presidents iJNinct the diplomatic repreaenta taits of foreign countries governors at saws and oher distiugulslied men irjc first day April 30 fs dedication Say May tis dlpjomatic day and 3iay 2 ncrnors day The military parade 4tASf ao will be composed of 154W tptOOO troops end the civic parade notderllteiatuckj will be well represented ttke dedication + mOTES ABOUT WORLD FAIR Moitana Uafl approi riated 4410 fefiM exhblt Terk da Mexico pavilion at the nittion was begita recently The- re will be Mic72 feet Mexic spend half a milliM telrars oa thE iMl exhibit aly has offichilly accepted the lava to participate is the coraiB talr9aMbaai appropriate M to defray the expenseJfJl1 Ntyy the exHM rof preparteg a1 Ye exhibit for the ftir asd i t I- IR will beallowet nitge8e- b tt work to eer rtet San 1 J t ifi 0 l J t N OHo i r r iij Maney to I LDanli1 k ofIIIt r t t t- At+ p f f On improved lhns in Fulton Hi tlnICtirx v I o lisle illid Bnllti1tcoullties jn hentuekyt Six V vl V tiYtf e cjfht intoresc payable annually and piirtitl r J payments accepted fit any time tf US Further piffticulars given if you will apply to t 0 Telephone Nos 727 D JOHNSON t fi CORRESPONDENTUNION 2 s 5 tcent t 0Aik Clinton Ky I n BCTSr FROM I LEDFOKD RANDLE YOUR 0 Groceries Fresh Meatii iif Hardware Queensware and Feed Stuffs fJF Wo carry everything usually found Jilft firsfcclass Grocery and no pains win be spared to please our customers 6 tLall for Blue Trailing St IHiWJtk efery lOc Caskttolutse l After collection of BOO you are entitled to a handsome present Telephone G Goods Premptly Delivered 0 orineara +n sliu+ su oaL 9taw HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS A EItIAnu Lt D 1856sfv J tTOM DILLON Sr Propr m i i nsonF Marble a d Granite Montiments 4 r pedUrR JI11 rt t NONE WORK of all FEvONG cshc Siokman Kw 1 H f t4 iai triiJm eiI lit A ID rat t 1 i tHS 1 Jtpt tQQ i 7Gyof rail kinds of Biird n c whichisoffred at + ONEI Pverys lowest thef l market usifzst tar etatsaa J1 Lh M1 l tI 1 rr itVPItInN1rnIa I 1 1 1iIN r f + PEqTALrrYcJ i I IHIOK 5JIWAGON 00 r t IRtitcYArtlllhla l fei r1h1l7ttTFf aWAGIOmiIwJI J I O t Jfw fit iibIi A tj l Jockboftom Pricesoiiocetiesr s i 4iil I I F at Ilk tad Ntncy CroccrilSV1 low Hip f Wtt I i f99NatirCtlllllllld1JSIHC fief HMIs feed ilant- iI 1 Ifl o I 1I BUCHANANl s Ito tjS tIIi4I t a o cafp rn I t t JN I 41 ItI J lAtiJn 4its tl ri Studs IRON l u Infc nt7 ndewfGtakidy sitiu C xJNTtlSf1lrQ 5OIlB mgoT t1Q FROSTBrrESSOR Ctl85Tt SWetIJ and IKFLAMMATIONss PrSye B is P Mtt B M KM 4 1Bft uM yM j1 t i 3 IT SOOTHES JT HEALS itoiist l 3o MCd A frlKO ZHMRd MBw wr n AUeooD ltgaailrles I nn ti Goai ity Me i 1 j A H fb t V tifsi LM i fi1k i r 1IiI1ffT o i 7T f7 J lBIIBiD QI 12452 ti 11Fiecord 219t t This great sire belongs to a trotting family that is second to none He is a prov l errsirfrof fast game and level headed race horses He breeds large andstrongAI ljaflJ Ch is a r1c11bra ism horse ill color 153 hands high weighs 1150 pounds a perfect 1 lj individual and withiithe best disposition He is the sIre of 29 with records from 2 07 to o 30Jri hisflistare the names of some of the greatest horses known to the harness hor world CL wIll make the season of 1903 at nib Oakwood Farm 8 miles ast of Alfredly on the State Road at the tprice of 2500 to insure foal I Cash with service Money refunded if mare does not get with foal r AAMERICAN ECLIPSE JTO 405 American Eclipse is u registered Black Jack with white points Ho is by IM PORTED REBO This Jack vas said bsome of the best Jack men of Middle Ten nessee to have been the best Jack that had ever been in Tennessee for years He took the premium at Pulaski Teiin over a big field of Jacks American Eclipse is a per feet individual 158 hands high under the standard and weighs 1100t pounds He has s a fine head ear bone and muscle He pleases all that sees him American Ellipsojwill make the seasoirOL 1908 at my Oakwood Farm 8 12 miles east of Hickman ly on the State Road TERMS 1000 to insure mares 2000 to Insure jenette Money du when mare or ienette is with foal Correspondence solicited AVi vmr 7rinr Trrr k nr j 9ts R c u JJ JJ rapil jJJL HICKMAN BANK IIIOKlVI1 N KY-Q i capjfat Stokl Paid uOOOOOO and I r Having amplo Capital large Surplus consflrysitiyQ maua Juno J andwa strong Boafdbf Directors the Hickman Bank solicits the accounts of FarntoFS I j JTerchants and Manufacturers the utmost libarality r or treatment consistent with luodern banking methods tt I R T TYLER President- C A HOLCOMBP Vice c Undivided 2000000 w Onshier AsHt j FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK G1xz x Sb etll ohzxaaxN 2744d 4r v y H Absolute Safety is the Basis 4 we offer to depositors Other in f r ducements are of secondary importance h Upon this Guarantee we solicit your patronage iD t7 J A THOMPSON H BUCHANAN President DIRECTORSr II WALl1XtNIlat 5 Cast Book Store t Spleirlid Selection ofINEW BOOKS l STATO- RYau NOTIONS Call and see onr Stock Ever 1 rthing upto late BERENDES S DRJK DAVIDSON ntist+ ti HIOKMAX KENTUCKY Oie over Oowgill L Co Drug Store 4 RAt JACKSONAJ1 VnNI Y1i JJs v HICKMAN KENTUCKY g + Wilt4eageneral practice jn Kontuckyv Special attention given to collections ttlJ JJtufHn tH tr I a R f4 f I Surplus Profits a promisinp connmrvatlTe President C JOHNSON S AlI ERG Cualiie 3 That yr 4 Cashier GAR U THE R Sl BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERYF- RESH BREAD CAKES ANti I CONFECTIONERIES Remember you get blue trading stamp with every lOc cash purchase CLINTON STREE1 KENfliOKVTeJonhone T I1 DR J O STUBBS Os rtXSrt OFFICI OVHK HOLCOMHRS DRUG STOKE Tho best physic i CliiuinberJalnsStotn i tcIEplea4aiitiuyetFceto cwane r 10 J rJS I I rrJOHN RINGWOOD Geseal cQQ X teai I Deistlebrinks stand iEas Bicknao- j I tj Keeps all kinds of Groceries and j Family Supplies BUTTER EGGS CHICKENSI A SPECIALTY Delivered Free i f IIGoodsf Telephone No 80 Illinois Central ItI Great preparations aro being made fo OrleansVeterans of ca sion of th- eAnnual Reunion United Confederate Veterans which takes plate in Now Orleans Ma largnumbersmade on the Illinois Central R R a Rate of I Cent a muD LjonsisouthOrleans Tickets at this rate for this occdSToii3 lSJortrn1 bleansrti twt be geort for return until May 2Oaucl centolunoitotticketA T McDOUGALL JV Division OrleansPWHARLOWI Division Passenger Agent LotJisvillel Air UANSOK 0 i A JXo A scorrjAa PA IChicago Memphis Tenn i How to Ward Off am AltncfoT Uhenmntfsin jjt iI- tjFor years when spring tinnq r Caln o on and 1 went into ratomdeerr1e I inJdIi I I tpJicntionnrnbcrJaing JikWliicwperson toJthe t hut I n lP banibciatnst r n e anilvile nI I 1 fell any symptoms oft retliit oftsdrive it sans with one or twokPPiia jIij Y 4 tr s If i t 4 9- Ir 7 eoAI I j r 1 = d JGOBNERJ FFOR TIlE E08 IfERSIE S I ulnjftt re longer than almost anyone else lit fact from ImvhoudI says 3ie always considers a land of ma pure worth f1 itiKTally sjnukinjr oats iis nut a good trop with xvlmli to sow clover But if plait Ir ltl IK sown tu e r ir let tin oat fMd ing III Ii iiX Jucldlg front the unrulier of fanning itIpletncnttii that are nary Ixsiiii sold in Hickmau there will fit a lot of workHillJ nn SOHII- 1tcoiiiiiioii Iiandsan tan very auvantngciilll trimming the feet ofa euJtor unruly horse a common wood ehielj with threefoot handle is a m od thing as you ran stand ut alongside of the hors out of harms way1av to keep them well shtipeil up Where one hasa a llarge herd of hugs that they want to get early springI pasture for there is no Vl1asharley It only lasts a few veeks so fur a small herdti lim ited aiPH should Itscnna or in- case of the larger herd it should he fed down before the grain be comes hard As barley grows so fast tilt pasturing should com mence as soon as it commences to shoot The forage of barley is more nutritious than that of other grains This coupled with the fact that it comes so early makes it valuable for spring pas tire The woman who is always1 stud ying seedsmens catalogues and looking into June mad fnncying i her llower beds all abloom will be glad to know how to be able to transplant her seedlings so they may thrive and grow says a well known raiser Commence now to have your egg shells carefully broken and saved When the time comes to start the seeds in the house put your soil into these halves of eggshells bury your seeds in it andl moistesand When the plantlets have reached the age of open air life carry your tray of egg shells into the garden and when the hole in gentlybreakplantlet into its resting place without disturbing the roots The woman who gardens can have on hand a supplof excel lent fertilizer if she will have all the grass clippings thrown into an outoftheway corner where occnsionallydrenched suds The successful horse raiser must have a definite purpose in view and select the best sires for his purpose Select well bred horses of good size style action form color soundness and sub stance Let cost of service be the last consideration A good1 itre the amount at birth as a poor one Joe Leech the popular Sassa Eras Ridge farmer has suilercfl considerable loss recently ini stock dying with a disease similar to blind staggers He has lost 18 head of horses and mules GOOD ROADS fI Good roads mean the making of more money Those who expert knowledge of scientili- road making and of the experts saved in transportation say that it costs approximately twofifth b to onefourth as much to haul t ton over a good road as over 4 3nor one Usually ttitihe asmuch can be hauled in onehalf the time by the saute number of horses And this point is of 116 slight importance for farm prof duce must oftentimes be solda the very periods when work i most urgent and time and horseflesh not to mention humani flesh are mutters of prime con + sideration In Minnesota estimates have been made that if only the worsf places in the roads should be tilled and repaired it would cost but tOO to market a ton of wheat or potatoes whereas if now costs ttOO a ton i I A year ortwo ago the secretary I ConI1 1 jj transportation of the United I States amounts to 000000000 tons annually that it moved an average distance of eight miles an expense of 2 per ton ami Int this is 00 per cent hidre than it would cost if wehadgomtf roads in aItpr rts ofthe country 1 1 j This is an extra cost of more itthan iUU UOU itIproducing anti marketing the i agricultural product of the j United StffteH The full signif icance of this enormous sum i nearly threequarters of a billion I dollars is realized when the I further statement is made that it represents onesixth of the toe ial annual value of all the agri cultural products of the Union This enormous loss to the farmers I of the country is preventable and ashouldi I pie riot afford it Irrespective of all other bene fits the introduction of good roads advances laud values largelIly sometimes as much as or GO per cent With the saving which would he effected by rood roads Kentucky could not only pay for the highways but be richer by millions of dollars JIll tthe increase in value of real es tape- S UIBLLTS Stiiiping upon a persons corns should In made a t runt piuiixli I il111prlHUlJllwllt I IVoplc with corns oi cht tu IK exempt from taxation surd all other ciisuniti S Stand up for your rights Or gairixe against bill collectors They are n nuisance und a men ace to the peace nnd happiness of any community Burial permits ought by all means to be furnished free with ewers package of cigarettes POLLY riCKSI BV WILLIE SJlAItTWKBD Pollyticks iz kwoar stongh Awl potty tisshaos aro uut thenves lbutt it if changeTheyPollyticks uiaikes straingn bodfvl toes Soo doo thn cheep logingshouses When a man runs for out they turn passedA alwaiz ofllo whoa span by then uthor party In thee rizlup a kromo Wnu pa fin r will say a man izn thoef a liar a pickpocket trod a boodler tad thoe arbor papur will say lice iz u gone riloAwlI awl crooks ago pollytisshuns This is ii pullytisshnttdizo gozoepass Thoo party in power iz alwaiz pimply oflle It iz korrnpt and awl tho oflls holder iz hooves and cntthrotes The uthor party alwniz liankurz to cleen um out If a man iz borueda rcepuplykau hoe moist alwaiz stris wnn If hoe iz horned a domuiycrat he iz kwite likely to NoBuddyi inventionVhun pollytiekrhave specking and wan ivomnn will say Mi oppouunt iz a dowey Sheo wares a hissed seers hAt tool tliuu tho wimmin writ awl holler and laff and hoot When the wimmin knndyiiat s meat they will make faces at oocli other and 1thles will walk fun for evorybuddy A shoo prezydunt wood lltf verry fun ny If shed waznnt nmryed sum wun mite como oloug and marry liar and thou bee wood bee pwzydunt becaws hoe iz tho hod of tllo house Itt will beo a week or too befonr woo get a wommnn prezndnnt Gite Your Moneys 1ohn I will sell you any old day goods as CHEAPESTLAnd that of the BEST SrK DES A Steelttangcv for 81998 Steel Cool with res ervoir for 31600 Cups and Saucers from 40 to Havlin China 5250 1 carry in stock spcds tovit Glover Irish Potatoes Onions and Garden ends of ail kinds i I also Carry a largo stock of BEST WIREr FENCE The world affords iJJ AH hi otto piece lI Il Ii E E REEVES f ilfekiuau ItIj 1000000 TO BE DISTUIHUTKIJ The St + Louis Republic Offers Fourteen Splcniltil UewnnH To Subscribers iun1Jounccmcntnppenrsill the St Luis Republic in the form of u profiuharing otter to any one now at subscriber or willing to become it sub scriber of The Republic A big sum of 10 000 00 in to be paid in rewards for good judgement and skill It is POI upto s The Republics subscribers arc inn ted to estimate upon the number of ad missions to the Worlds Fair grounds dcdJcalorLouisana Purchase Exposition The subscriber woe cwtiinutG comes near est the official record will receive fi00000 tho next ono wiUgct S2 500 nd an additional sum of J50o will bo divided ir rewards ranging limn 1000 down to 1000 among those whose esti inatM most nearly approximate thoofli riot recordb of admissions A payment of 780 will provide for tho do llivery of the Dally and Sunday Repub lie for Dot loss than one year cr J9U r will pay for six annual Kubscriptions tO tho Twicnaweok Republic and if the remittance is received on or before 4 u m of April 20 lUffiJ the person sending it can make six estimates More cslt mates may bo made by extendingasub scriptiori beyond one year or by orga nizing clubs and inducing others to Hub acribf Complete information as to tho con ditinu of this coolest together with blanks will be found in the Daily Sun day and Twin a week editions of tho Republic from Aril 2 until April 29 1108 or will bo mailed to any and upon application All communications and OHtinmtes should be addressed to TuF- 1tFxetLrc tOtrITSnItfW H UH RAt Cert Box 201 ST LOIMS Mo FOR HIGHWAY ROBBERY Deputy Sheriff Finis L Clark of Madrid Bend route ill Sunday with a prisoner George Prather white charged with highway r jailMra reputation as a detective JAS CRAIG DEAD fnmesCraig one of Clin tons most highly esteemed citizens died Sunday afternoon of inhadDeceased was an exCon fodoratc soldier and was born in Perry county Tcnii lie served one term as jailer oC Hickman coun ty and was very popular i T T Swajne Warrants Every Bottle giveChamberlainwill not cost you a cent if it does no good One applicationi flrillrelierethwv pain It also cures sprains and braises in one third the time required by any frostbites quickJy TSwayro r Half Rates to New Orleans Account National Manufacturers Association i Sleeting New Orleans A pri AssociationMobile and Ohio R R Agents will sell roundtripwriteJuol1 d for particularsalb TIMC t Te 1i CITYNorthNo HiMamAo mNoin1outhhound rnNomNday nixd 800 a m sV4wwagp alYifr- tt 7t SEES IfI11717jiJ the Druggist IJcror- oPAINTINQ J TIIAT HOUSE of VOUH ami lot youprices PEASLEE GAULSERT COS MARTIC MIXED PAINT or Lead and Oil lie carries in stock BRUSHES VARNISHES STAtNSCOLOfltSt I IN OIL ETC it 1 h 1 I j i L1I1i Lr f 7 r6URiI i v c Ri I i l Fresh Groceries I SCittjaltltillbluClllalJ to j i ODa HEALTH r Buy your groceries where 71 i r you can always get them j I r fresh anti cheap too We handle the best of every 1 I thing Telephone us Try l17 our meat markets for good j STEAK and SAUSAGE f IrjI I lo Jt s R E n I t i I i tt L Telephone 4 A 74 FT aiirry 1 JI a Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass iti I J rJI l1 For c j I IIACure Perfect OJTSTTMPTIOX OUO11H and OLDS SUeIPriceI For All Throat and 1Lung Troubles Money back if it fails Trial Bottles free I DruggistsfweYt a r4LarTRY Weeks Break up a Gold TABLETS If they fail to break up a coldi we will refund your money Cour ill Sf Cowyill DIIUGGiS- TiiMTEIICOSFIIIERtTE r VETEttAaS onu cent n mile to Xcir Orleans aFbrtlie aunnulReimiou at Now Or leans May 19 25 the Mobile and Ohio R R will soil tickets to Now Orloaus rand return at above rate limited for re turn to May 24 with privilege of extension to June J5 1903 Side trip tickets at rite of ono first class rare plus 25c for tho round trip will besold from New Orleans Ask your nearest ticket agent or write Harvey E Jones Jr T J All it O R H Jackson Teun for full particulars HALF KATLS TO CAIRO Acuonut Annual Celebration Odd Fellows Interstate Association Cairo III April 23 Jobile and Ohio Agents Wiuklirfc Ky to Jnukson Teun will nell tickets at nitn of one fare for the rotitul trip plur 25c Ask your agent particularsA stomach stay cause no anti of trouble When tho stomach tails to perform its functions the bowels be como deranged the liver and kidneys congested causing numerous diseases tho most fatal of which are painless and therefore the more to bo dreaded The important thing is to restoro tho stomach and liver to a healthy condition and for this purpose no better preparation can be used than CuamberlainsStomach and Liver Tablets lor sale 1by T T Sway ue rarer by John Oliver of Philadelphia as follows cI was in an awful condition My skin wits almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coal pun continually in back and sides uo appetite growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up 1 Theirl sits advised to use IIcc trio Hitters to mv great jjoy the first hullIe+ made a decided improvement I coutmucil their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed tho grave of another victim NO one should fail to try them Only SO coats guaranteed at all druggists r MASTER COM NOTICE TO CREDITORS To bring forward their claimsi properly provenTM I Fulton Circuit Court J W Underwood Et At against Jin Equity I Sam Underwood All persons having claims against the estate of 3Irs E J Underwood deed aro hereby notified to produce the same properly proven to the undersigned Master Commissioner of the Fulto Circuit Court at his office in Uickman County of rattan Kentucky on or before the 1st day of May term next This day 16th of Marc1903 S D LUTEN Master Commissioner O F C E CITY BARBER SHOP To my old customers We aro hereto stay Nobody will appreciate you patronage or take more pleasure in try- leaseIns to pl Fan than we old birbersR U OALDWELL t WILL CROWELL J- fif FAIRI APPROPRIATIONSi II Made by Different States Nearly Four Millions ELABORATE DlSPLAYS TO BE MADE Real Value of All Will Be Over 10 OOOOOO IjcgUliituro Fulled to Add Kentucky Hut Site win Be More Adequately Kep resented Than If It Had Appropriations for state bulldlnga I and exhibits at the Worlds Fair St Louis in 19M at the present date amount to 3986500 To this Auu may be added 1764600 in hand or raised from other sources Bills gII pending In the legislatures of sixteen states aggregating 14270 W Of those bills all are reasonably sure of pass ing making a grand total of 7187000 to be expended In showing to the i f world the Industries and resources of I toe different sections of this country The legislatures of twelve other states I will convene In time to supplement this total and increase it many thou sands of dollars Many suites haTe exhibits already collected worth thousands jii of dollars which have been used at former expositions and others that j I I belong to individuals These are not jI included in tOto total The real value j of state exhibits at a very conservative I estimate will le over 10000000 Tho I ohibIItstion at Chicago in 1893 was 5250000 Many states are showing great activ ity in the collecting of their exhibits among the foremost of which lIs Ken tucky Kentuckys legislature failed to make an appropriation but she will have a representation at the exposition that will surpass the states with ap propriations if her citizens subscribe as they should to the Kentucky Ex hlblt association fund- SPENDING THE FUND r i Every Cent Goes Into Kentucky Build j Ing and Exhibits at Fair I One of the latest folders IBBUM by the Kentucky Exhibit association out lines in brief paragraphs what the funds of the association are to be spent for These are enumerated as exIblbltspace agricultural exhibit occupying 6000 square feet of space horticul tural exhibit occupying 3000 iqure feet of space tobacco exhibit cUp1jI lug 5000 square feet of spare out cf i a total of IHUOU to be given to all te bncco forestry exhibit oorapyiog 3000 square feot of space educational exhibit occupying 2500 square feet Of spaceIn addition to this the association is to encourage and stimulate exhibits In live stock manufactures whisky fine arts liberal arts and all other de partments of the exposition The space for these exhibits is many times aa much as Kentucky had at the Chicago Worlds Fair and they are to be on a- more thorough and extensive scale than was ever attempted before A BUTTON OF SEVEN COLORS The K e n tucky building to be erected at the St Louis Worlds fair has been shown in div ers shapes and sizes but at- no time more butItonI ciation has placed on sale wh the hope of adding many hundred dollars to Its fund for a proper representation of the state at SL Louts The cut of I the button herewith is actual size but j it does not do the souvenir half jus ImustI and a fourth Inches in diameter it has j seven distinct colors in its design t i JawnIIni I In gray lettering In brown and black i The buttons have had a splendid sale j j so far and every Indication points to i the entire issue of 25000 being exhausted j i EVERYBODY GIVEN A VOTE i Many a woman has wanted to exer cise the right of franchise and every youth awaits Impatiently the ending of his minority In the school teachers popularity contest of the Kentucky Exhibit association neither sex nor age cuts a figure In the qualifications of a voter Every woman In the state every child In the stateboy or girl as well as every man in the state 1 entitled to vote not only early but often In fact the Exhibit associa tion is anxious to have the ballot box urin der the supervision of a committee the honesty of which can not be question ed Therefore fairness Is assured Let everybody cast at least one vote in this contest The installation of the first exhibitt of the Worlds fair was begun recent ly It Is the large Duerr boiler sent to St Louis by the DaesseldorfRatin ger Rohrenkessel Fabrik of Germany This boiler wIn do service In lightin- e the Liberal Arts building and th grounds during tDe dedication cere monies IMRS JOSJC HARBESTfjy I i = 1 i ir 14rk I UUUlII JUVWD r Certainly this fatni1tr tIll + aon ngTisthe deathof our friend jstac and associate Mrs Josie J1 Hur which oc Lest net Madden urredon Tuesday afternoon last at 1 W oclock at her home on Sassafras Ridge About two Ceego she was stricken by that dread disease smallpox and OP AIril 7th 1903 she breatii Ml her lst in peace She was void of all the instincts that degrade nature faultless to an extent far Iwynntl the most of us and existing uppermost in the depth of her soul was a love fur nod and right In life I tiger heard her say aught againstI friend neighbor or foe I I She was 27 years 2 months and 11 diy of age a member of the Missionary Baptist church on Sassafras Ridge living a consistent Christian life until the death angel said Come higher beloved Josie thou host been faithful over the things of this earth come higher and reap your reward She expressed herself is willing to die but did not want to leave her children She leaves two little children It boy and a girl a feeble aged mother ono sister end three brothers One fackIsou Tenn Weep not loved ones she is- I not dead but her Hiy form sleepeth while her spirit is watch insi for you in the sweet bey I Hid rhA biulllke voice whnst JMOUS Jones Maria glad the sr illS of trilland S rife Slug now nu everlasting song Around the trvo of life OXK WllO LOVKD BRit BOB BINFORD HURT Col Bob Binford of near Al exander one of Fulton countys most valuable citizens was thrown from his huggy Saturday night find badly hurt Mr Bin j ford had heen to Alexander to meet the 9 oclock train tad was returning home when his buggy i wheel dropped into a hole in thej road throwing him out on his head rendering him unconscious IbyI he had been thrown nut und taken home where medical aid wis jriven him He will 1 be out 1111i few days I NEW IN GENERAL t l halo taicOl-l r nNll for the April tell l with a large locket I Fire caused by lightning destroyed the big barn of ID G Martin at Scottsville Ky1I entailing a loss of l12000 witli no insurance JudgeJ Gregory of Louis videt liokls that under tthe Constitution city precincts may howl local option elec tion The Reiiia Christina I Spanish battleship at the battle of Manilla was raisedt and beached and the skele tons of eighty Spanish sail ors were found in the wreck Col V1 Cody Buffalo Billwn hurt at Manches ter En ght n d by hisi h oivo rearing and falling on him All grades of refined stfgar have been advanced five cents j more on tho hundred poundffI 1jt 1 John IC Homlrick arrived here speechingubernatorial nomination and with valise in hand started for I uwetinnjwasdepot hus mot by Col W Ci P Breckinridge and Chief of 1oi Jlee Jerre Reagan who told him1 the hull was qin1TtJ tied after t lipson Ins heel ami went back intoI the Phoenix Hotel entering by the rear door LEGS CUT OFF Roy Scott a popular young man of Fulton was seriously in lured at Fulton Saturday by be= iink run over by a train Bothi his leis were cut oil and he re ceived other injuries It is re ported that he will likely recov or Mr Scott is a sot of Dick marrieei V Massengell E IJnion City a few years ngojj 4 i y J HpIMTIOMAL AFFAIRS OjpKentucky To Be Well Dis played at the Fair ij t I PROFESSOR BROWNELL IN CHARGE i i amlttoe of Prominent Educators tr I IntIlHI1t1ouInterest luSchool The display 1 I nthrlds building at the eJ theeI Kent4kysfnJrs The Kentucky Exhibit assocla ofiii EduIcaProfessorHG Manu LoulsViI thestates areasassociates J H V McChts uey Frankfort Professor R P Hal i leek Louisville Bartholomew FPaulChasePalJ1er WHJaWG1ilIuatoonYMullinsArthurYaGerSuperlntudentMSupsrintendent Prolessor1 rotes OwensboroProfessor Professor GreenProfessorLoulsvi1leMissMrsEmUy llrsMapplication space In the Palace of Education at the Fair and it Is reasonably certain that it will BRORNELLChalratan Com mlttee Louisville secure this amount Professor Brow nell recently made a trip to St Louis to confer with Mr Howard J Rogers chief of the Department of Education relative to Kentuckys exhibit In his department and had a very satisfactory interview Mr Rogers promising Professor Brownell that Kentuckys educational exhibit would be well tak en care of Professor Brownoll since his appointment has devoted much time to the study of collecting and In stalling the Kentucky educational dis play and has decided to classify it under eight groups as follows Elemen tary secondary higher fine arts agricultural commerce and industry de fectives and textbooks and furniture There will be several classes in these groups showing school management organization statistics pictures and plans of buildings methods of instruction results obtained and pupils and students work Another important factor will be the training of teachers ioood exhibits are desired by Professor Brownell and his committee from the graded schools and rural schools of the state and also illustrating the work of the mountain schools It is his hope that every educator In the state will help make the Kentucky dis play one of the most successful in the Educational building at the fair Interestftto twotassociation will greatly Increase inter est in the educational exhibit Educa jars In every part of tne state ire awake to the importance of having a good display at SL Louis and at the same time are lending their efforts to making a success of the contest wherer by 120 of the most popular teachers of phe state will be given free trips to the Worlds fair Every educator In Ken tucky Is ellgiole to election In this contest members of the educational committee alone excepted They are bared for the reason that the count 3ng of the votes is to be conducted un der their supervision FINE AGRICULTURAL DISPLAYS No man is more capable for the po sition of chairman of an agricultural Exhibit committee than Is Cooacl Ion iB Nail the state commissioner of agriculture Colonel Nail is at the head of the Kentucky Exhibit Assocla r lions committee on agriculture and horticulture exhibits and is now work ing out the details of the display to be made by the state in these two 1e ipartments He has associated with fhim a committee thoroughly versed 1In 5 everything agricultural and In adds workersdthroughout the state having appoint ed subcommittees IB every county olt the stateJf r Jt ft i = cr wE AREShowing NewThings Almost Every day in MENS and LADIES FINE SHOESaid OXFORDS The SWELLEST of these are Kin QuaJi andtY thejj Tall ovarTHE UItEVV SELBYI AND i J QUE ICkQUALIFYFoil A With every pair of 350 300 250 and 200 Shoes or Oxford we will give a nice pair of- LADIES STRIPED or Plain Black HOSE 1 THIS OFFER HOLDS GOOD UNTIL MAY FIRST 1 d We sell cheap for CASH Your moneys worth or your money back I CASH SHOE STORE I NAYLORII t eyf R I AM NOV HEADY TO SHOW YOU THE i i1108tI Up=to= Date LINE OF Funiture alldri Carpets i Ever rIghtFshow in Hicknuui with prices 65I r Oak Beds from 210 1250 I R r 1110t Double Cute seat Chairs r a per set Oak Dining Chairs ir4501 to 10 per set Mattresses frot11 r 150 to 15I Led ouches from 9 to 18iJj j i Phi in Conches from 7 to 25I i 1 Box Couches from 8 to 1i1 O 1 co 0 AND A STOCK OF r r = craake = 5 o S 0tllequaledAnyvhc1re rstf Metal1C5loth l1tti 5 Plush covered Caskets v I of all colors and sizes Block Walnut and Rosewood And a complete line of Robes and Tai lei 111 ade Suits for Ladies and Gentle men In fact everything that is kept in a fi1 stee lass Undertakers establish mentr I Ithank the people veryDIU9h for their liberal patronageI 0M- s PHILLIPS x If w 1 w 14i- Zj I I tu 1 i C VIBECKHAM t11 1 b 4 afI Owensboro Ky Last I Monday t- An Able and Effective Answei IJK tfft koj His Opponents i w mn R Clearly Eligible or He Would No Make the Race t camPa1grIl for the democratic nomination for governor at Owensboro on Mongol and was greeted by a large and en thuslastlc audience His speech 11 full was as follows f I announced myself a candidate fo i the democratic nomination for governor last December after rocelvlnl a largo number of flattering assur nnces of support from friends al lover the state It was urged by those unfriendly to mo that under the con SBtitution of the state I was not eli Bible to succeed myself in the office v of governor even though I was filling 2 only the unexpired term for whit wGov Goebel was elected I consulted with a great many of the ablest law yers In the state and without excep- tionJiJ they advised me that thore was f no violation of either the lettor or the J v o spirit of the constitution in my being elected for the next term of the office Judge Pryor Judge HazelrIggtwc exchief justices of the court of ap fpealsex 3ov Knott Capt W T iEllis and Mr Lewis McQuown all of pthem ranking In the front of the legal unanIM a 01fnolessj Under such circumstances I decided tc J I f GOV BECKHAM become a candidate before the peo pIe for reelection and I now say without the fear of successful contra diction that this socalled question of eligibility would never be heard of in this campaign except for its political effect and because my enemies admit that the only hope they have of de theIlion I have always been frank and honest with Jhe people of KentuckyS who have so generously honored mo- ssj and the high office of governor is not i sufficient temptation to me to ever f deal unfairly or selfishly with them jI can therefore say in all truth and candor that I would not be a candi date one minute for this office if there was the slightest doubt of my dig ability or the least danger of contro gversy about my election nor would u fthe court of appeals have ordered my 5 name placed upon the ballots for the I primary If that court had believed me Ineligible If Inad been under the 1i required age or if I had not been a citizen of the state or if I had been a t bt granteel upf1 1composed of able and upright judges y wlth a deep knowledge of the law and with a patriotic love for the peace c and welfare of their state would never have compelled the democratic state committee to place my name on the ballots in a primary called under thea law if they had considered me inell giblo and that a contest and turmoil might result from my election My two opponents opened tills Issue j before the people with the purpose oft raising confusion and doubt in their minds about Il It was a legal ques todetidev before a tribunal which could pass upon it I filed a suit in the Woodford circuit court before Judge Cantrlll that the question might be properly passed upon My opponents through I their attorneys asked to bo made par theydidj decision upon it It was argued be learnedLandtable terns that I was eligible and was entitled to run in the primary rTho case was taken to the court of appeals and there before that court fray opponents through their attor ikeys begged insisted and demanded that the court should not pass upon thatTthese opponents might further agl state It before the people They di- diot want their only campaign Issue against pe taken from them and they Relieved that If the court decided it rat all It would be in fity favor They did exactly what they had promised 1 mot to do In their pleadings before ohrstruetquostiS The court of ajsaJs in its wisdom Affirmed Judsexantrtilse Ialon andl feartomonwits were amid of one and f tMttJMHIIrbIa1JIOtJi ret ro z A 1r I the matt tL I was not eligible there is member of that court that i to himself in frlond ship tl n his love for the peace our beloved com aionwet not oppose my candidacy f Jr ths ofllce But as a mat ter of fact there are several of the democratic Judges of that court who I are earnestly for me for the nomina tionThe mistake male by my opponents is the same made by a host of others who have sought public office The political highway is strewn with the corpses of men who have not given the people credit for having as much sense as they have Many a bright career has been suddenly ended many a brilliant star in the gorgeous firmament of political hope and many an ambitious statesman on the high tide of success have sunk into the outer darkness all because they thought that It was an easy think to fool the peopleyes the plain com mon people whenever It suited their purpose to do so I have an abiding and unshaken faith In the Intelligence and honesty of the great body of our neople I have never lost confidence in thorn and in this matter I know they have sense enough to see the plain propo sltJon1t does not take a lawyer to see Itthat the court of appeals would never have ordered the name of an Ineligible candidate placed upon legal ballots and that no member of that court would favor the nomination of such a candidate ff the cqurt considered him ineligible The talk about another q iijcst is merely a bugaboo to frighten chil dren merely a political trtcJto alarm the voters I have barno th brunt of one contest when our state was in grave danger andd not shirk my duty I would not now for any office or honor withinIQJO gift of the people put In hazard the peace and welfare of my state There Is not the slightest danger of such a earnest except in the fervid imagination of some of those who are trying to defeat me in this primary My opponents charge that I am afraid to meet them in joint debate I charge that they aro afraid to mOet me at the polls in the primary on May 9th and that they are doing everything in their power by litigation and by denunciation to block the holding of that primary because they know they can not defeat me in a fair con test before the voters Their only hope Is a convention where the pow er of money and the power of political combinations can often thwart the will of the people The cry about machine primary is so absurd aII it is not entitled to serious Who ever heard of a real political machine wanting a primary What machine ever sought to take the people into its confidence by giving them a chance to vote A machine always wants conventions and is bet I ter able to carry out Its plans in that way than in primaries But the pea pIe are not deceived by this talk and they know It is simply a stoptbief cry Tnere Is a machinea strong active and alert on etrying to get control of the state offices and fighting me because it can not control me and that is the machine which is so much opposed to this primary That machine can not stand up in a fair fight before the people Its methods and its purposes can not risk the light of public view It has assailed thei democratic organization of Kentucky because it can not control that organ ization and could not force it to callI a convention It has denounced the members of that organization andI charged them with being my friends I am proud of the fact that a large majority of the democratic committee are my friends They are the meni who make the partys fights and who have been honored by their people ini being elevated to the councils of thes partys welfare If they favor my nomination and election it is a compliment to me The charge that I have tried to influence their action by official favors is so baseless and un true that I shall treat it with the con tempt it deserves The men of that committee who have been attacked are men of the highest character and standingmen who have at heart the host interests of their party and who would never let their friendship for any man put in danger the success of the party They believed that a pri mary was the fairest and best means of nominating candidates for state offices and for that reason they called1 it The court of appeals has decided that they had a right to call it under the law and the action of the commit tee has been fully vindicated These members of that committee compose the subcommittee which has primaryThei tee of fairness and impartiality Tbe chairman of the committee Is the Hon A W Young who within the last year has been nominated without opposition by the democrats of his district to bo their circuit judge Ani other member Is Judge J M Lassingj dietricth t term without opposition The other member is Mr Mott Ayros tie editor of a leading democratic paper In Yost ern Kentucky No one will dare assail the character and integrity 0 these gentlemen among the people where they live and who know them As far as it Is In their power they will see that every candidate for office will have absolutely fair treatt ment The attacks made upon thes men come only from the brutality at hopeless rage and the man who says they will not give him fair treatment knows that he has no chance to win fairly and Is seeking to make capital for the republican party It has been and is now my desire to conduct this campaign upon the high grounds befitting the dignity of the office of governor I have refrained from all personal abuse or attacks upon my opponents and those wno have been against me I shall not now al t low myself to bo dragged down to the i low level of demagogy and charlatan1 lam In a race for the highest office in i the gift of the people of the state I have been patient and forbearing ua f dec a fight made upon me by my ene tulllafequaled since the desperate and slan derous campaign waged upon my lamented 1 predecessor William Goebel who was charged at times even with the crime of beating his wifeaIlareiaotn9saeiffescaped caltunnyfaff- iy1f I 811 7 Imlsropl dlcappglntedodteeheel p3Sdonbrokerst 2Rndfor tparlfund uAeranIThey co1it rdrofighting barnciI have no word of criticism fr themajority of those who mynominationdom verypxI know that just as a great many oil tfyandtonominatearQJ erne gxwl democrats who opposf 1111ndidayI tdththemeraticn utter a harsh word against rnnnrhohonestlyask in that he accord me the sank respect JjikndneSiSI vejolnecltho general fight on me his campaign so far has been dignified and courteous refrlJnedfrom administrationIagainst him whatever nayIwants the office of governor except to put himself In line for higher honors owctedgovernor offtceawayfrommartyreandlclate j theUnitedt 1 I personalattacks j I let pass without showing that Uo has i grossly misrepresented me and shown j a reckless disregard for the truthun I worthy of any man who spiro6 to aj I j desiretoI i rualtingthei i j HE he has seen fit to pitch hls6ara paifcn on the one issue of abusing hie I and las sought by various statements an Insinuations to reflect upoumy lici cr I propose to lift him up before j Kentuckytitt y I awl tc if they think he is the man to it trusted wit 3 the banner of democracy in the earning state cam 1paign i speechesMr i i that be has not the slightest hope of I winning the nomination and it is evi i dent that it la his purpose to bolt the- partys ticket just ashe hasclonp bQfore Beginning In 1894 he served one term j in congress from the First district j and he was overwhelmingly defeated j j for renomination In a democratic prl I mary in 1896 by Hon Charles K Wheeler He refused to makQc any jjI successful Ij I supportedthedemoratio i earl is the only living man yvbo knows ItIfor no word of aid or comfort over came from his mouth in that campaign and his vote was protected by 1 j the sanctity of the secret ballot In jjUle following year 1897 he bolted the ticket openly and was the leader Jn his Livingston county convention which selected dolegas to the slate convention at Louisville to nominate a candidate for clerk of the cour pf appeals against the regular democrat j Ic nominee for that office Mr Hen i drick was made a delegate to that con vontlon In his county conventionhe was the chairman of tho committe on resolutions and drew up those rolinior8 himself let us pee whaf he I IJlCIsi drick It is not necessary to fglvo them all 4I IResolved That Wt uanualifltiillv j condemn tine Chicago platform afettiJei resolutions of tle socalled democrat j iio suite convention held at FranPrti in 1S97 as belne un democratic e 1 voluntary and inimical to the infer ost of the American people and frangbt with evil to the Urincipl fit- reltu + can government ind as blsng f heIpurpose spcuring spoils oLof flee without Jegard to the rights and intfrft rf tie people ij Pwovpd Thiit w relndorse thMnij ntii j I i orwurIi tnivi havingbeeniij man convention he made the statement in Ms bpforh at Geor etata a failedi but1oncpn gooothoii was conficntod with the recbrl l i contradictl0nthat pollhoin hadfvoted In accordance with triO hiU018I one votedttrylngjtoepeopleftscratched a democratic ticket Iffijcl voted for the democratic nominee hYPoorlhtiIndenongcingdemorraticor3ganizatoni denonprtlugvhbhhornHendrlckrtake1 tween them for even the benevolence I protechim diforvotedLfortthe sfThebeautiesmind Mr Hendrick and ws trying to I I relieve him If possible front the lm barrassment of some of his politico contortions m1 skelotttaonsetiyurther 1 H tho state seeking to take from me that which I value above everything else my good nmtI must proceed In showing the people wiat manner of man he is and how little credit he is entitled to when he attempts to defame honest men He has written a letter and sent It broadcast over the state saying that he was my attorney during the contest here three years ago and that be acted without fee or reward from me The statement is very unfair Mr Hendrick was not my attorney My attorneys were Me Quown and Brail bum of Bowling Green and Mr Maxwell of Cincin nati I paid them for their services Mr Hendrick was employed1 by the candidate for the minor offices and he was paid for his few weeks serv ices during that time about which ho now talks so murh the substantial fee cf 2MM He HOW tries to make it apptar that his fhl tien were purely dlslntrfstcl and unrenumer ated But he WI8 wiil paid for all he did by this sum I have gone into these matters solely for the purpose of showing the rcothods he has used in attacking me everywhere he has beenI not criticising those who saw fit to leave our party in 1896 and in subsequent years I krow that many good men left us in those years be cause they did not agree with us upon some matters of party policy Most of those who left then have comeback and no one extends to them a more cordial hand than I do upon their return to the party tanks I am glad to see them witi us again and I cheerfully accord to them sincere respect for the honesty of their views But I do criticise those who seek to deny tbrr nosjtirn then and now ask for the highest honors within the gift of the party While my opponents have been out abusing mo I her been faithfully at tending to the duties of my office and since they began their attacks upon me I have smie t1i ft having paid into the state tr r airy S13233J 3S collected from tic mJonel1 govern ment upon claims arising from money furnished by the state to the govern mtt of the United States during the civil war Wit fin the last two weeks we have used some tf that money in raying off the state debt and burning up its bonds Our 1ht when I came into office was 10 iooo We have already paid off 951000 leaving a Iebt of only 46000 which will soon be paid off with pomo of the semi niorey and still leave us out of the fund about E203Ouo My work in the matter has b cu one of the reasons why 1 have not leon uJle to meet my worthy opponents nn the chimp and explains why I could not show a more active interest in my campaign Some compJnin IPS been made about the fee paid te state agent Capt Calhoun for the collection of these claims No such complaint would ever be heard of if it has not for the fact that I am a candidate and political capital is sought to be made ort of it Mr cae iies do not want me to here Xhtest credit for this cothu rh no attempt bad beon rarJo to collect It in 2i years until I uodrtook It Thoy say it was only a piece of clerical seutativesIitrJlTKndrlck vvr s in r vn years KentuckyWhy1 ji whyij that others could undertake Itf The j I If HeIffor such claims Capt Caliouns feo was less than 5Y per cent of the amount collected his foe amounting to About 71000 He would have received nothing If he had failed to col haeIfive per cent for collection Con o nectlcut collected on a similar claim 604000 less than half what we collected and paid her agent 25 per cent or 151000 more than twice as much as we paid our agent Numerous other instances could be i given but It is unnecessary In 1872 ji the state of Kentucky paid Pike and Johnson lawyers 25000 for legal tI services in trying to collect part qf its ii TheiI alan at Frankfort show that in 1875 ii Gov Leslie contracted with William tf Tomlineon for the collection of 101 12105 from tho federal government and paid him fifty per cent or 50 J5G050 for his services Several other cases of a similar nature show that the state agent was always paid more than what was allowed Capt Calhoun some effort Is made to show that I did wrong in making two contracts with Capt Calhoun The statement made that employed him under the first contract and limited his entire mlsrepresentaUonlawyer In Kentucky after looking at these contracts who will not say that Calhoun could have collected as much under the first contract as he could under the second The only reason for the second contract was because of the fact that I thought the matter was of such consequence It should be submitted to the general assembly and let that body pass upon the ques tlun of the fee The whole case was laid before the committees of the two houses I quote from Calhouns statement about It for it exactly re lutes the facts As to my contracts there was no secret whatever about them The terms of the first contract were made known to the committees of the legislature r and hundreds of others and It was generally agreed that the fee was most reasonable many saying It was not half enough I was called before these committees several times to make reports upon this and other mat I ters which I was looking after for the I t ont passed a bill t with scarcely any opposition fixing a if fee In accordance with this contract- and their action was a complete ratl ficatlon of the contract tbe secondI contract being only a formal proceeding under this act The general as sembly therefore approved and con firmed the contract under which this fee was paid I It Is therefore surprising that my enemies should stoop so low as to try to make political capital out of this I a matter and I know that thorn is not good citizen in Kentucky who be xriidgoc Capt Calhoun one tent of his reward for his splendid achievement in bringing in this vast sum to our treasury and enabling na to wtpo out our entire state debt Long after the names of these men who misrepre sent and criticise this matte have passed into merited oblivion tho name of Capt Calhoun will still ha honored Tul admired by all Kentuckians for his brilliant work for the state In coining before the people of my state at this time seeking at their hands an indorsement and a reelec tion to the position I now hold 1 hope I may be pardoned for any seem ing immodesty in referring to my record and services as a public offi cial I shall not do so in any spirit profuudlcry conduct in office has been worthy of approval or the source of benefit In any way to the state the credit Is tIne not to me but to the splendid and noble people of Kentucky who have stood by me in all my trials and strengthened my arm In the per formance of difficult and arduous duties I do not wish to go into an ac taunt of the events in our states his tory during the time I have held the office of governor I much prefer to leave that to others Our people too are familiar with it all and I shall only briefly refer to what loaf happened cruelIfind tragic assassination of William Goebel Kentuckys elected governor I was suddenly and unexpectedly in j vested with the duties and solemn re i sponsibilitles of the highest office in the commonwealth at the most critic i conditionErevolution The capital of the state was in the hands rf an armed mob William Goebel had been shot down I anIbuilding The republican usurper W S Taylor was In the building at thejj time only a few feet from the manI I who fired the shot He surrounded theI building with his armed retainers and refused to allow the officers of the law to enter and search for the murderers The lives of the democratic Judges of tho court of appeals and of other democratic officials and leaders were threatened Taylor refused to recognize a writ of habeas corpus the most I AmerlI i I assembly without authority of law andI I KyWhen tempted to meet in their halls in the capital building they were resisted and chased through the streets of Frankfort by bayonets in the hands of Taylors mob They were driven also from the court house the opera house and other places where they tried to meet Every act of lawlessness and crime was committed by this man and his confederates Confusion and ex canItalcommonwealth Our people were never before wrought up to such a pitch of desperation and gloom Under such conditions I became governor of Kentucky and nothing but an unwavering faith In tho providence of an Allwise God and a perfect ronfi dence in the ultimate supremacy of the law and the sterling good sense of the Kentucky people could nerve and support me in facing such grave and dangerous responsibilities I knew that our cause was just I believed that It would triumph without a resort to force and that the courts of the land would uphold us Many of my advisers and friends wanted rad ical and forcible measures used to get possession of our rights I refused to do so I knew the strength of our per sition and I knew that if the law could not vindicate our position then we were not entitled to success It was a critical moment it was a supreme test but out of it all came a light which will forever shine In brilliant efful I jIg nce illuminating the fact that the Kentucky people are the noblest and most lawabiding on earth It was their victory not mine I was but iI an humble agent in the work accom pUshed There never was a time in the history of the world when a people showed more forbearance more love of order and more patriotism than was shown by our people during that critical period Without that sup port ray hand would have been powerless The people of Kentucky owe me I nothing for what little I may have done I owe them lifelong gratitude I for what they have done for me j There Is no obligation upon them to i reelect mo to the governorship and theythinkcapable official and would continue tp do so if reelected I have devoted iI every energy of my body and mind j ij pubjj j power I could use to restore peace III harmony and content among the people of the state While a aemocrat of the strictest school I have done all I I could to show our republican brethren that my administration was fair and Just to all citizens alike regardless of their political affiliation I have done what little I could to reconcile all sec j jt tions of the state and to bring about j j a new era of Industrial and commeri clal development In our state I I want to see less politics and more business in Kentucky I have attended j j plnfnbuslnessJfkto exalt myself by attempts at mete orlc and pyrotechnic displays of brllI Kant politics I may be a little man as some of my excellent critics call ii me but 1 bad rather burn a bond of the states Indebtedness than make a great speech or write a fervid and bril liant article upon the political j atlon situii i Gibbon In his history cf the Roman empire says If a man were called to fix the period In tie history of the world durng which the human race was most happy and notp roug he would wftho t tee itIca nana that vMkh cli rd fr t jta ef Jtonal0 Znxeliettv t1 4tr r d t it mJJJ ct er r i ajj i f tt I i I Jl Ifw11 t L u l y If I rru coitri t in t S + doice to such a JJL- cup i va of my Y01lbtwlMrltLI1 will + filled and 1 tail it to u my Irumblo frM 10 i UM Li bate inlcrUIll I ti iy u alo i with no so or si to Usuid dunmy name to iostf itjI love Kentucky vuii the fonda that a child luvts its i arert I a proud of her splendid history a I glory In her generous and ciini Jri people Her misfortune Is i T fortune and her happiness is m t plness From the mountains tc tho j Mississippi with her variegated ill and productions she has the greatest and noblest citizenship the world ever saw allwhether mountaineer or lowlander all Kentuckians brave generous and kindhearted Can you blame a man for wanting to be governor of such a people and such a state I aSk that donor at your hand If my record and services In office deserve your support I believe you will give It If you refuse it I Shall bow to your decision with the grace and submission becoming a true democrat If you grant it and nom mate me as your caUdate I promlso to carry the honored banner of my party through the campaign to a tri umphant victory in the November elec tionWhatever may bo your verdict re member that I belong to that class of democrats who never bolt their ixir ty ticket or refuse to support the par tys candidate Johnnie Sngrccntlon Johnnie n bright boy of six vlile being dres scd for school observing l his little overcoat much the wore for wear and having more mended places than he admired turned to his mother and asked her uMother is father rich Yes very rich Johnnie Hes worth 2500000 How mother Oh he values you at 1000000 me at 1000000 and the baby at 50uooo Johnnie after thinking a moment said Mother hadnt you better tell fa ther to sell the baby and buy us some clothes Chicao Journal Weird StniHu t The Siamese descriptive reporterII when he writes Englishdoesnt so to speak Here is an extract from the report of a murder which comes to hand by the latest exchange from Slain Shooting Outrage 01 Fearful PhyaSongspoon and on his return instantly shot dead by some miscreants scoundrelsI O untimely death O fearful All friends expressed their morne The cowardice don is still at large Six soldiers and six policemen were at onc- edispatchedLondon Express What IJd She Mepnf They were at supper Between the courses the young man with the voracious appetite discoursed cIa quently on things in general UDo yoUukndwk a tescaDacli aiiherei t marked I think there is a very inti orate relation between our food and our character I believe dont you know that we grow like what we are fond of- The fair girl smiled sweetly now interesting she murmured May I pass you the ham Mr Jones I am sure you will like it i And the young man relapsed into deep thoughtLondon Answers More Work for lBgnra Another draft is to be made upon the gigantic working power of Niagara falls On the Canadian side in the Vic I toria parka a new power plant is un der const riiftion Its first section now being built will provide 50000 hor e power by means of five genera tors of 10000 horse power each This is twice the capacity of the separate generators now used on the New York side By increasing the size of the gen perhorsecables the New York and the Canadi parallel I i Her MlntaUr Mrs Newbride See here When I gave you that pie you promised to saw stome wood Hungry Hank Well you oughtnt ladyThe nce- IiI I mat aint I pieCatholicnreatlIStandardrBrie Thought of Him ICreamlc3l didnt know you wero SheIHoamley That was nice of her What led her to ask you that I won der ifjrhauBillFollowing a Prereriptlou Larryflow did Murphy break his arm Denny Following the doctors pre scription Phwut I Yis it blew out av th window anI Murphy wint after It Philadcphia Record J Record ShoemalUiijj faLynnrapid shoemaking required 57 differ ent operations and the use of 42 ma- chInes and 100 pieces All these parts gracefulminutes r- I Fully Explained Pa do captains of industry meae uniforms uo J i my son Why not- Because 1 t e they need loose clothes that have pleatyf pockets ia themVV Chicago RecordHerald 5j1 ti t J c j- l l I r t SENSATIONAL EVIDENCE DEVELOPED UN THE KILLING OF GOV GOEBEL Ifrunkfo t Ky Ap i 1C The testi of rink Indictmentand yetrfurnished ceeding in the trial of Tim Howard for the murder of Gov Goebel Ho swore he was approached on Jan nary 219 by Caleb Powers who said todomountains arrives We have some ar rangements Taylor has 2500 IoU front the campaign fund to pay you withPowers then went to Taylors office witness said ana in a few minutes row peared telling Cecil that Taylor wanted to see him Cecil had a talk with Taylor The latter said in the course of the conversation Ill give you 2600 and a free pardon if youll kill Goebel Cecil said he was not that sort of a follow Taylor then made him promise not to reveal what had been saidor yoail never live to tell much of it Taylor said W C Throlkeld tostiuVd that he saw Howard in Frankfort the ulght before tho murder Robert Allen of Clay county swore that Howard said of the Killing rl know who killed CJobul and I tlmuK God that 1 do Ktiow Dave Ohadwell mid C F Jones of FranKfurt lecLllid to having seen How ard the duy after the murder and J iiias said Goebel Vi wound was not serious How ml hu said Yes it way a lead ollOn right Jim Sti bbleitMl a CIIY tontty wetness who has given dmniging evidence We s on the s nud an hour He tt Hof Howard saying after the hooting I have boon down to FranKfort and wv cleaned up tho platter whenever I holt through the sights of my gun or pistol I get meat tr me my This time I got bothStubblefield said I saw Jim later I believe too followingSnnday I fQKC- dhim if he meant what ho said a few days bororo that ho Killed Gooberl He responded Thats what 1 meant ust what I said I remonstrated with him for talKing and he said My freiuds Will never desert me Five hundred men could not get mo out of tins town Miss Jon nia Uayce on account of illness had to leave school and return to her home in Union City until she recovers Hon James W Bryan who wits lieutenant governor during the Buckncr ad ministration died at his homo to Co+ ington Wednesday of pneumonia He was born in Ireland was 50 yen 01 age and leaves a wife and two dang ters lIe ranked among the loidius t lawyurs of Kentuck- yAttJreenfioldTennMrs WS13a- kers clothes caught fire yesterday and burned her so she died in about six hours afterwards TWO STRAY ANIMALS One black t horse and mare nt Mrs M E McNeills 3 nines eait of Hickmnn Uotwt on the Troy and Dresden roads oh the Arthur r King farm April 1C 1903 r ate Tlf0 Court of Appeals was convened for the April term wi Iv41filge docket i TRICKS ON CANDY EATERSIt Clever Imitation of Teeth Collar iind Shoe Htm on Pnl lp for the Joker M counterpartlaufacturer the other day according to the New York Times The callow youth who delights in giving explosive cigars to his men friends demands candyeoniF suming sex nnd eve have to meet the dtinnnd The possibilities of a cream chocolate or a piece of nougni are fhuiNIIbut we have a few con t rhn make of a very hard candy nn fmCnI tion of n tooth with a gold crown And Side it in a cream chocolate You can imagine the resta party of wodi cn munching candy one of them ells covering something hard and finding a goldcrowned tooth loose in her mouthl Similarly we Imitate n bone collar button in n hard white candy hide a candy shoe button in a piece of nougat put n bit of cork in a caramel or fill a candied cherry with rod pepper So long as the sanitary experts donf weed out these alleged jokers Ithe- y candy man has to put up these trick candies for them WAS AN AMBITIOUS MAN i With Dts nand lie Tried to fuser the llljr Gun FlcXllIn A vny k from Him 3I I When the big ICinch gun was towed fS lo Sandy Hook the great floating der lrick Monarch and the lighter Captain tt Tom carried the weight while the j powerful wrecking steamer I J Mer pullingW dock the Mer veselsfat the end of an 1 tie pile driver was tied up The huge Monarch swung close to the pile driver 1Ind a man boarded the latter fearing 1 the pile driver was in danger of be 1 ing crushed and with no idea of the 1 eternal fitness of things reached out and tried to push the derrick float gun and steamer nil away at the sometime It was like a fly trying to kick down a mountain I Out of the pilot house of the Mer rllt the captain stuck his head say the New York Mail and Express and In a vloce so tremendous that it shat z tered the atmosphere roared at the man on the pile driver Dont bother Well make a line fast to keep the derrick there Yott cant hold iU Il 4 a s Tr y A SENATORS TEMPTATIONS Natural Results of the Immense Growth of Ills rower and Influence I One result of the immense growth I of a senators power and influence Is I the temptation thereby offered toII masterful men of wealth writes lien I ry Loomis Nelson in Century Tojj such men there Is no pleasure comparable I to that of exercising power Tho joy of the ruler Is dear to them and there Is no position in this coun I try like a cenatorship for breeding that ecstasy An indictment against wealth In polities per se Is folly but wealth In public life unguarded and uninformed untempered by a patriotic and statesmanlike regard for the general welfare Is hostile to the countrys best intorest It ia not true that rich public men Ii invariably disregard or overlook the general welfare trfey are often our wisest counselors It Is true however that their first tendency Is to consider the effect of proposed leg islation on special interests It is also unquestionably un evil that men who have no talent for public life should attain to its highest honors merely because they are rich In the present senate there are more than a score of men who would not be there but for their possession of wealth It is not true that these men being In the senate are necessarily un worthy members of that body but In itself the fact that wealth cnn secure senatorshlps does not make for the health of the body When to this we add the domination which the sen ate has gained over the president and the popular branch of congress and- over tho party organizations we readily understand that It Is a men ace to the health of the body politic IRONSIDES A BOSTON BOAT i Where the Material for ttie Famous i I Old War Vrnel Were Gath ered robtIlUow entirely tho Constitution finished in 1797 was a homemade vessel i and therein a typical product rfA IIlll has pointed out in his mono graph on Boston commerce says 1I A DeWolfe Howe In Atlantic Paul Revere furnished the copper bolts and spikes drawn from malleable copper by a process then new and Ephralm Thayer who had a shop at the South end made the gun car i riages for the frigate Her sails were made in the Granary building at the corner of Park and Tremont streets no other building in Huston was large enough for the purpose i There were then 14 ropewalks In Boston so that there could be noII difficulty in obtaining cordage and there was an incorporated company for the manufacture of sail cloth whose factory was on the corner Tremont and Boylston streets otII which was encouraged by n bounty i gcner411courtEOOOO or 90000 yards per annum is said to have competed andII with the duck brought from abroadII The anchors came from Hanover In I Plymouth county and a portion of the timber used in what was then I looked upon as n mammoth was taken from the woods of vessell town on the borders of the mac 50 miles away THE PARENTAL CATFISH Good Trail That Does Not Seem to He IoAtriifted It Other Fishes The catfish said an angler ac cording to the Philadelphia Record is the only fish 1 know that seems to have any affection for its young Other fish disregard their young al togetherwill even eat them nt times but not so with the catty The first time I discovered this good trait wns last summer I was angling In n mill dam and In the clear water I saw aJtost of little catfish accompanied by two ndults The adults husband and wife no doubt watched over the babies with anxious care They darted in 0 is direction and that peeping the coast clear and if n stranger fish approached they ruffled up and fought it oil like lions They did a thing that indicated great intelligence in them wlien theysaw me Happening to glance up and Ofitch inj eye they feared thntl meant mischief nnd instantly they sank down to the bottom aril1 thrashed the mud about with their tails thuds creating ah opaque cloud wherein their young and theywere invisible Since that time 1 have often seen catfish with their young There have been two adults In each case to look after the small fry and in the presence of some great clanger the opaque cloud of mud has al ways been drawn about the brood Foretellers Foiiil of Finery At one of two receptions recently underventthe gorgeous display of jewels to which other guests were treated by Countess Cassini niece of the Russian ambassador The countess U lovely girl of 10 wore a load of em eralds and diamonds on her neck such as neverhad been seen in Wash ington before In addition slIt had an enormous tiara almost barbaric in its weight and richness Another foreigner whose sartorial splendor approached the garish was Baroness won Hengclmuller wife of the Aus trian ambassador Xo German Wora for Cake Frty pounds has been offered nsA I prize by n Vienna confectionarj com pang for the best translation of the English word cake the exact equivalent of which does not exist in Qcr I 1l e f 2 J I tI IIKLNTEJCKY1 r c This Placard Will Become Fa miliar at Worlds Fair Y I J GRAND DISPLAY OF OUR RESOURCES I Six TJiiinund Squure Ftret of Space j t 5eCMrai Nor Jtfiiiuckys 31norul jI Kxblt In lli Jllncs and Aleallurgy lluilitlnj ut the iixpJilttuu The flcor plan of Kentucky min oral exhibit to be Installed In theii Mmes and Metallurgy butldinc at the I exposition in St Ix ul8 next ytar la t mitt public this week by tbs KiaiI j tuck Exhibit asiociatlon It ws drawn by Professor C J Norwood state inspector of mines who is chief 1j C J NORWOOD I Chip Counselor to Mineral Exhibit Connilttee Lexington I counsellor to the mineral exhibit com j mittee of the association and has been i approved by the chairman of the comII mlttte former Mayor Chas P Weaver I of Louisville It has been conceded by everyone with the slightest knowl edge of Kentucky mineral resources that the DIne Grass state Is wealthier I in this regard probably than any other commonwealth In the Union This 181 a fact that is to be brought prominently to the attention of thousands and thousands of visitors at the exposition A study of the floor plan will show that every variety of mineral is to be given ft good display Chairman Weaver has surrounded himself with expert committeemen on these mineral and Kentuckians may rest ss lI iiml that the l pt exhibit ever made of her wealth beneath the stirfa e wilt be found at the St Louis fair The flor plan shows only 5000 feet of Floor Plan of the Mineral Exhibit space In addition to this the associa tion has secured 1000 square feet 10 be used in other parts of the Mines and Metallurgy building and herein will bo installed duplicate exhibits of coal crude oil clays asphalt etc ONE EXHIBIT TO COST 10000 Kentucky will have the distinction of installing one of the largest refrig orating machines to be shown at the Worlds CairoMr Gardner T Vojr hees the refrigerating engineer and export In charge of the refrigerating department at the exposition was In Louisville a short time ago and Invited the Henry Vpgt Machine company to put yin a 200ton refrigerating machine at the fair The Invitation was accepted and a contract signed to that effect A machine of 200 tons refrigerating capacity is about equivalent to a machine that will make lob tons of lee each 21 aoisrs The Henry Vogt Machine company will expend 10000 In making tbls exhibit DEEP INTEREST MANIFESTED The falhre of the Kentucky legisla ture to male m appropriation at its last session left to the citizens of tho state only one Chance to be properly represented at the Sl Louis worlds fair next yeas This opportunity is being taken advantage of The Kentucky Exhibit association was formed to correct In as great a measure at possible the mistake made by the general assembly and with the united effort of the citizens of tho commonwealth It will succeed There Is no denying the fact that the movement Inaugurated by the association has al ready stirred up more Interest throughout the state than would halo come from an appropriation In many times the period devoted to the work by this organization o INCUBATED DUCKS TI pAec Vu Timid and Debt Are forql o iThelB The difference between an incubated I obJckenVand Intothesame way is TerJnotlccable The chicken will strut Into the open with all the small amountofstrength at Its command and lookabout as If it thought theworld ough seeinguehs the Cin cjnnaUjEnnuiry onthegive one glance out of tbe Intothednrtenhideitself1V1teA destinedforUleleastany strange noise will thefarthestone on the other the result I Ipsome injury tomany more A duck iloses I isfrightened carefula cow ard is trio Incubated duck that it be comes necessary to burn a light all vividimagination eonjurefrightened at and consequently it is lightAn themhowELECTRIC RAILWAY SPEED ninfroor Fntnlltle EnKUKlnK the t Attention of Autliorltlm In Some States I The regulation of speed on the elec tric railways in the countryside hen gaging the attention of authorities in some of the states says the Philadel phll Ledger The fatalities occurring on these lines are due principally to grade crossings and to the immoder descendinghills trolleyIrun subject to local thatithere are any general acts touching thoughitric street car lines has been urged upon the companies by the state au thorities to whom the reports of steam i and electric railroads are made The i Pennsylvaniabureau morcIless operation of street railways in this state and advised caution The I I electricIgreat relatively to the casualties on the steam roods The deaths front steam railroad accident during the year numbered 3165 and 471 persons i injuredi J HEADS OF FOES IMPALED i The Snltau of Morocco Sets Them Vji on Spiked AVulU an M fnrIlJng4t iC fLangerman United States consul at Tangier and commissioner of fleet Louis exposition recently visited the sultan of Morocco at Fez In nn Interview says n report to the Cincinnati Enquirer Mr Langerman said Morocco is still unsettled The heads ofnll the rebels the sultan can capture are impaled on spikes on the walls of the city The heads are preserved sd they will last longer as a warniiig I spent six weeks with the sultan and was the lust American to leave Fez The sultans policy is to capture he pretender If caught he will exhibit him throughout the country iqa cage It would be of no use to kill him for the people would not believe him dead The pretender recruits his fanatical following by promising to kill all foreign devil when he becoines sultan The pres eatsultanshowed me places in his palace = where captives were walled in alive Tnle Jfciroceans are the most fanatical people in the world BADGER AS A FIREMANT The Animal Pat Out Illiize nn Coolly mind Skillfully UN it Person UIIJtty A baJIgQj which had made its homo tonong U granite Hitf + deult wllli the lire gflll1 with sagacity and skilll ays Xjattjre A friend while pointing a sefl piece disecrred n badgers lair frill thought ti play the animal I a practical joke limbering together t a bundle if grass and weeds heI placed itHnsIjiU the mouth of the hole andMjjnit ng it ithU matchI united fnraihe ignominious flight of the astonished householder Hut I anIaima aII1 butt Oftatrial jokers I IlecamaBip front tIll depths of his hole gs in as the penetrating smoke tbldjhiml that there was u fira deliberalclyonl scratcipli 1 earth on the burning grass I with 1JJ strong flaws until all Jan pastu human skIll COuif JIT Vigf have grained the situation inure quiclcliirtdtsltlayed greater skill In dauiWith an unfamiliar event A Severe llcbuke A doctor in Devils Lake N D sent a dunnfag letter which chanced to reach tie wrong man Here is the reply Dear Sur This note was put in mytbox by mistake I hant the t man Hees dead and aint any relative t of mineanyway How dose your con- sliensletyoudunthedead Why dont you leap a better criston life and try to meet that man in heaven which is wortsnore than fort LoUiZf tfi In 1 j 4 p Character Trousers THE INTERNATIONAL TAILORING COMPANY New York and Chicago Make a specialty of trousers Trousers they maketoyour indjyidual measure are well shaped and fit at every point and are the latest fashion Youll like the wearing of all the clothes they makethe fit and appearance Of INTERNATIONAL garments are universally recognized by over One Million Good Dressers We have their magnifi cent line of over 500 samples from which to choose Come and look anyway youll not regret the time spent H C AMBERQo1 7nrwarYaIlsfai1ataGLe 01t1ai fRdlT rsasT IV AS 1 Opportunity r 4k What about that Swing Suit1 Wo man a I Bed Room Suit r or- far f1f JJ ti pt Ji kindtHomes are being furnished daily by us at the most amazing low cost ever recorded Goods of the highest standard of excellence no inferior qualities at I BARRETT UILLrWe recogiuo NO competition we undersell k tinin alltl I Why not let us Furnish Your Home ij x 1 itI Wo L l u 111CIIlS11Igclltii A compliiu Iline of fIi ii fcOarHts Mattings t Folding Beds raOffkeifs Etc i i flhc most complete line of r COFt1ITSJ j Undertakers Supplies i in the city- fi 1 1 DAflRT = rtio HILL J i neXllI door 10 Post office HICKMANKY v Subscribe for tic Courier SI inr tld ran fei J We alsoJ make a f S J aJtrof1Jofrfctw Work f r r r- f4 t r oj f R f fl f V a = rJ2 = I 5 t Ii IbgBoS I1 J J t1 The general praise our goods have received is con vincing that we have the best selected stool ever shown in Hickmon Every article for Spring is brand new pf latest style and priced less than equal qualities are sold for elsewhere All who trade in Hickman owe it tCo themselves to visit this store and theres a cordial invita tion here for everyone who calls whether to inspect our stock or just to look around MILLINERY J Judging from the number of Hats we have sold it seems that every woman in Hickman and surround ourMillihave the largest stock to be found in Hickmau and your wants oonbci easilysatisfied whether you want a handsomely trimmed or street hat Str and WASH FABRICSN- ow is the time to before tike patterns are sold Brocaded lorcerixed Moniu Clash in all colors 13 Only 1o A Ytt Imported scHOol and short dresses This is Vovttli I0c PrU 2BoASTd Percales ground with bitq lt blue and red tg 4 SlOttnd 12120 Yd Lawns Dimities and Bntistes 1n11o Mutt new patternsI nI to pier VI- iI Its a Business Propositionjdd And Good Business Judgment = To purchase your Spring Clothes at this store be K cause you get your moneys worth every time and many times much more Ve carry the best 1fReady towear Clothing that it is possible to purchasesuchas Sterling and several other brands ltl ltlthe Below is the guarantee under which Sterling Clothr II- i i is so d l t i1 1 ip YJoij er Maksss of SzYNC1- I C O SI Q JJk J 1 Syl p iiJ CBKTIlltATK OF lUAItAATKB r All merchants handling Ulotliinjr nre authorred lImkUlht M ioIiit following Karaiitcr 3C Kifitrntnf gxrpteut mad f by ns itnd bearing our StorltnH sgttlabelto be sewwl throughout with pure silk tmlorCtlI fJJ L bv skilled workmen and made from materials free teen irop rf eUo118 f thoroughlyI sponged and shrunk i Should any SterliHg fnrnio and not as HDOTP rejjr ented it may be returned and the ttandbe refunded HA YKK 1 SCIIKVKR QFPMUl A CO- Cincinunti Ohio 41 tf = =H 1I3tu lino Ms forO Any Bimani- Ht Prices from IS5 f to O A44 l1 iii = = c C i I BOYS KNEE P NTS SUITS I t In one line are we s strong as in Knee Pants Suitsr are prepared to show the biggest and best lines of these goods in Hick man Fancy Worsteds Serges i and Fancy Mixtures made 1 up JSingleBreasted Belts to match Also Nor If lolls and Blouse Suits I i THE ll ICPS EGFROM tot ScfoO f1II tMnsenda S Eats t shnpOBtSpringtt We are showing the latest novel t ties in the newest braids shapesR VI Patterns McGALL PATTERNS for May i have arrived The latest styles for h Ladies Misses and Childrens c Dresses Waists etc buy popultu Scotch Madras for qualityf white tires t 1 JI ing STKRLINU 0 every o I no Qarpets Rug and MatJiSgs- We ernsinI aiPetsj gest1SsoltmfntarVall of this seasons productioilantl selected with great care S Are you looking for MATTI J Si tt We are showing the largest astbrt- mentI Prices from lOc to 35c r fir IItthI i t Amb IrQlti ii- v V T 12 Deal News T i Mrs Ben Davis is visiting in Mew phisMiUwnl Hobbitis of Paducah spent J l Sunday in Ihck mLIInpUse Sunhiii Flour none hotter IIoii Lee Egbert of Clinton candi date for reprwwntntiv wa + in the city SundayBest Buggy lJAtw f at Heudergous Itbt A Tyler WitS in Ntw Orleans this weeksou baointititif J on Esq P B Atteberry of Cayct was the here u few days this week Mr Henry JMakemore of IluutsyiHe few Ala is the guest of tone Bl k inorc Jack Robien of Mnyileld is in the city thia week FUR SALEFive room rniideucc In good location West Hickmnn at a bar gain Apotv to John iiistner tl Top Bnggie from 45 up at Header sons Jamei L Hughes of Jackson war U here on business Tuesday To ffoudo tone for Anchor Buggies at reduced prices Chas Moore of Umon City was hero Tuesday International Poultry Food is the best TO it Every box gaufenteed na For sale by H Buchanan Dick Bard H merchant was kindly hurt Ht Fulton by being thrown dut of a buggy AVArr1iD80 grtod white or colored laborers steady work Apply American Car foundry Co liiat St Charles Mo Miss Urace Helm who is to bo mar ried to Mr Tames W Ronoy next Wednesday night will ho givon a linen shower at the home of Mrs Leo IV El Union tonight and a large number or ftyguests will be present- International Stock Hood is tho best in the world Every box guaranteed For sale by H Bunhanan To onderaona for Poultry XUiug Smooth nod BnrbelWtre JJiwlow Screens etc Use Sunshine Flanr Bono better Tho Staver Bugsy at Tomlorsoos IsI some good frtsh milk cows for solo Soo him To lloudoraoiirf for bsUCook U for least money Jo Hendpraona for llardwurft Plows GearGaston Edwardr a prominent young Ulan of Fulton was hurt by a trans al Newborn Saturday afternoon Ho Iis yunlniaster at Newborn lor the 1 C and lib foot was taught undf iv when and badly crushed If its It bilious attack take Chamber luiiM Stomach and Sivvr T Weis and u quick recovery w certain FormUoby 2VT SWAVKK-I Ed BurtiK of Evansville was a visi tur in Hukinan Sunday Use Sunshine Flour none IJtoU r Best Hango jStoves at Hendersons Mr J A Baird tho popular editor of tho Union City Gommrreial was hero Saturday to seo tho Arkansas Ha will s I accompanied by his wife Come to Henderson for prices on Buggies before you buy We hate thoI bestP H Vinston of Sturgis Ky vial= toil in Hickman tin early pnrt of the week f Use Sunshine Flour moue hette Louis Baltxer of Louisrjllf hasI IDr to IHickmau toresideand praml ticsi Dr Baltzer is a former Hiekmun- i nitien anti his many freinds ire glad to have him return Cards arc out announcing tin truer riage of Miss Muvmu McDowell to Mr 4A L Myrick at Fulton Wednesday i atithe M lg church at nine oclock ps Ill Miss McDowell iis the daughter ol Mr J B MiDowsIl mud Mr Myrick is I prouiuu nt young insurance until I IIA Stone and wife lott this + dartsgonforn the summer Mr Stone iis il had health and wiHseek a more climate His wifo will remain i Greenfield wlfilu Mr Stone is 111 I uuuyI man t t ttI in the fall and wish Mr Stone rapidly improved health i iMi Mittie Cayce of Union oily j was tho guest of her sister Miss Jonnie Ciiyce at the LnClede Sunday I Lynn Shaw of M v field visited rfla lives hero Saturday t Lawronoo Anderson of May Reid was in tho oity Monday Editor Joe Holbrook of tho Dresden Enterprise was in the city Saturday Columbus Ky went dry by 11 major ity last week Columbus already Jam 110 saloons f nukefof B oNWnlker of Fulton was here Monday Roy McKinney and wife of Paducah were the guests of the tamil of Dr A Paris Sunday Dr Prather Cnrlin was in Louisville the early part of the week The following Fulton people were hers to see the Monitor Arakaiisas M L Whiteside Miss Eva Boaz Sam Lovelace Miss Florence Green r t f McfFarland Misses Rubio rowtler H star Lurline Browder Mrs p H Yaks Mrs Ivy Cheek prime Mrs Grant De Mver Dr Horace Luten and wife a Freeman Geo Alley Toe Beadlestan Patty McDaniel j i n r CitylvasSwayiso Sunday Ben Herring of Uuion City wing a visitor in Hioktnan Sunday Hon Frank P Hun and wife of Draeden were hero SaluronyAndor W T Boaz will fill his regular at Mu Hermon noxt Sun LvorybodyMayor Tom Dillon City Marshal Tom1Jillon and J W Cowgill woro in LouisTiilu this week attending tho grand lodge of K Ps All sizes of Window and DoorScrysas hand Also Doors Sash Lumber at lowest price II O Ainborg inB Warner Brovard has returned from a weets visit in Hot Springs stylesintheyfitHear Hon Fiats Garretttho bnlliuut young orator at tho City Hall Monday night A treat Indeed Take a look at tho nice Lawns and Wash Goods I nut showing Prrcas from ii to mac Grant bargains AtH Amberga Lon Finis Garrett is celebrated for peoplehenrMomluv night April 20 Fred Wigstrand and wife have re turned from a few weeks vWt in Men Mo Mr Wigstrand is chief OUR Doer of the Fuliou County Levee DK trial He is alp U S Levee Inajjpctir 1 and a popular citizen l IIOlilltonIII yJ1j 4 Miss Irene Furi is visiting in Carutli erevrlleMov of Huntingdon was inl tho city yesterday Leonard Simmons arrived from Pa ducah yesterday Dr Sholton of Ionian WHS in thin ci guest Dr onduII Allison Tyler huts returned hone after a few months say in New York Fred Pierce of St Lour a former- Iltekrnen I boutaprtit Kastir hire I M r C H Shepherd of Jree nillo I Mir and Miss Ruby Hard of Fulton were married yesterday in Fulton Wood Shaw spent last Sunday in ClintonThe l Coutmercutl Cinb Ifis ihoeSecretary of StMe Tlie iMUl WS205JO Mrs Cl K Bartlett anti daughter ofI Roekport Ky are tho iue ta of Mips Mena Dh1ttlehriuk this week Mr Ohas Perry infwrms WI of the douth of his wirs fitthor Mr fh ht Smothernmn who died at HlylhcviMe Ark The deeeati tI was a former resiIii fitiluroj1rp MUSICAL CLUB Th i Tuesday Evening MusiwU will moot with Sirs B T Davis April 2S PROORAM Piano solo Mia Isler Rending Missl Menu Piano solo Miss Vench Vocal lout Back to our Mountain Home Hi nvutoro Jlesdamoe Millet and Cowgill Piano solo Miiw Paris Vocal solo Riv Wafteriield Piano duet Mesdamcs Davis and Cow Kill Who program will begin at S oclock Members are requested to bo plrev rut IUTU TONKJC 18I MEMORY March 20th j3 Mrs Uxzle calledrJ suddenlyl to herJ h Home Beyond Twas a tel rnmnn tune for putting really The callI was swift and urgentHAII our lamps burn J bright All our I we ttrim Slue was ready eigth chapter of Komans 1 been her guide and faith In her early girlhood she became a withUwIIBaptist Church in thet year 1875 onItIIieklllunil IIprjinl enlhorn two noble sons and two beautiful daughters In year ISSn while these little ones were around her feet when she seemed most to need the Ivin euro and protection of their fath1 er the great voice of the Master said to herHwe have needl of himI alone alone t lieu must go way inttho great enp of her sorrow she arose courgeously to the duties cf this life The great beauty her life was seen in her homer There we could see her great love for her children her wisdom in rearing them her loving hospi tality the great goodness of her heart J5ut a loving heart shines 1asa great light so it was with her She went thou doing good she was good to the poor and needy She nursed the sickand atllicted tShc nursed me in sickness uShe nursed my nlpther1 were- t tributes we heard while attend ing her last sad rites inrBlesscd fire nOwho put their trust in hlui- Sometime when all lines lessons have learnedajABd sun and stars have forever setc Tho things tvhiclt our weak judgement hero have spurned c rho things oer which we grievedtwith lashes wet Will flash boforo us out of lifes dark night As stars shine most in deepest tints uf blue we shall see how all Gods are right And how what seemed reproof is love most true A FRIEND LEE EGBERT In this issue of the Courier u announce lIon Lee gbertuf Clinton as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rep resentative of Fulton andHik man counties subject to the ao tion of the Democratic Primtrv May 9 next month Mr Egbert has represented- this district before in the leirij lature and has served the public in other capacities and his unex celled record behind him Mi Egbert was in the legisla ture that settled the GoebelTnl lor contest and he cast his vote along with other Democrats to sent Goebel- He is a faithful Democrat and always fights for the Democratic nominee Besides being capa ble to hold the position he is a splendid gentleman and has a ull ton and Hick man counties Tit asks the voters to consider his claims CIRCUIT COURT BUSINESS Circuit Clerk J W Morris re ports the following suits filed Mrs E 1 J Warford against tits Rosa Kobitum settlement of land sniti mud KO damages JW Witt ugftiust Singer Sew lug Machine Company for 175 Gus Lard against Step Fieldsi nd others land settlement Illrs Jennie Blythe against sottIe1111l0ntproceeds B LYNCHINGl Fulton Iylpril 1Ai U O oclock this morning a negro wasIfound hanging to u limb of a small sapling ill the woods two miles north of Fulton How he tame there is not knonntMoore was last seen alive Sat urdu night and when cut down l HlVi IVvIlrt 4 Cll thistp morn tuggare every eve enme r lift ing been 1041l s 1Ir tinge It 13 not known that he committed1 any crime for which sumnianary justice should justice shoujil have heon meted out and no cause could 1 be n us a reason fur su icicle Moore leas forty tvo years old uiunarriad and was employee as- a farm hand by 5TdneyUarp ftr whom he hunt been warring two montlifi Me same here from Virginia An tiiquest will bo held This aftoVnoon by Fslniro Blairi a UNDER5 0 BOND MADDEN BV Y S MELD TO AWAIT CIKCLMT COURT The trial of fumes and Sam Hadden of Sassafras Uidr uas 1ncfdayeAttordney RemlyI prnsecuttmgamdludre F S Moire representing the defendants J The Hndiien boys are charged with wilfluly and feloniously handing together a Kuklux and shooting into the home of Tom Ogdeh a few weeks ago tJwlJ e Konrby held them ever to await Circuit Court under a mind of i i500eaih A large number of witnesses from the Hide wrOt- Ie here and ttestified THE COUNIRYI BRED BOYII- A Ilglance at a list jbf tIll great men oT time hillr+ cilii sofT 1100IYlieyond a leant that ttho country hivd hoy is far supe rior to his city horn cousin1 I plO1f fessional ability and gewral Capacity 1n11yreltsous are f advanced for the success of the country boy in the huge cities but the one that seems to hit the nail on the 1 head is that the youngster of the provinces is taught to work and by this is meant a good honest days work one of twelve hours IIe is a sticker too who is willing to start in at the bottom and when you find a country boy who is a worker and asticker he is invincible You cant keep kiln downy lTlK