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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 f S t r l 1 I i N THE HICKM ff N COURIER + 7 oLDEsT NEWSPAPERIJESTERN KENTUCKY y IESTABLISHED 1859 ITIOIOIAN FULTON COUNTY WPOVEMBER 13 1903 VOLUME XXXT1II NO 1216041 t Another Bigwtt Gutjm Prices 5 In Ji CLOSING 4IJTL SAL K L 7 t 4 Ol OUR Dry Cfpocls Depu4mont1r Please beaF in mind that this sale is jjust whit it represents toijp an actual closing out sale of Dry Goods to quit this depart liq rnent The quicker we can sell them out the better for us fjjipVe are getting no profit on them while our expenses cont ti l ue tor that reason we shallnot stand back for prices 1IF ONE RICE WONT MOVE TIIEti ANOTHER WILL But remember the best go first While we have had a tremendous siness since we began this sale the stock is yet practically unbroken and as we desire to close it out by the 1st of iTanualfj we have made another big cut in prices5 W Ladies Fine i I Tailor= made 4 anPattern Hats Cut to just v r HlLFli IE 81198 Hats cut tto 8599 9 98 Hats Clltft0r 499 850 Hats now w w 425 and so on Millinerys has been IITha y reduced S Silks thata1 were125t115 and 100 at Shoes Ladies Patent Leather I I IShoe were 250 5Oc 450 ANOllIllli j I ION CIT SXIRTS t I TO IIALi1 PRICE H- w i c k Jr400 skirts tOd 200 350 skirtsto 175- l j l i Wo dont want a skirt left January 1 I Anofiher heavy reduction i- nLADIES AND MISSES1 JACKETSAb- out fifty of these garments have been CUT ONltl HALF This means 1250 jackets at 8625 850 jackets at 425 500 jackets at 250d JACKECS MUSt GO i T S1apIe6oodsSuch t- k Oalieo Domestic Ii tA i Canton Flannels Percales hc wiotsax m V Tickingsl Sheetings j 4 Ca etYa and I utin s ALL SOLD AT COST Dress Goods Corsets Towels Table Linens Napkins Flannels Blankets Counterpanes Lace Curtains etc HEAVILY REDUCED I Carpets Mattings Oil Cloth Linoleum Rugs Hassocks Curtain Shades etc All Cut in Price t Suits and Overcoats it ft We find ourselves overstocked in Mens Suits and Overcoats We just bought too many of them andre have J got to make special prices on them to move them quick Tins is NOW YOUR CHANCE If youve got a suit or- an overcoat to buy this full you will do well to look through our stock Some of these are now marked down like this 20 15 SUITS CUT TO 10 1250 SUITS NOW 750 850 SUITSAT5 irEvery suit and overcoat in the house cut in price f The Ellison Mercantile COsIiior1ratd 1 il iyNICKMAM1 KENTUCKY S h H f j E EIg 4 i tii JtraraFir Haceivea icw GoonsI I Cojuntry Sorghnm Kraut Grits Hominy Prunes Mince Meat I Macaroni Vermicelli t Tapioca Rolled Oats ForceJ Xcelc Cream ofIWheat Golden sate Biscuit Try a louudof ow celebrated Chase SanbornI Coffee Two Deliveries Phone G LEDFORD BUNDLE CARUTHERS I BAKERY AND I f CONFECTIONERY FRESH BREAD CAKES ANS- ICONFECTIONERIES t Remember you Ret blue trading stumps with every tOC lash purchase CLINTON STHEflII HICKMAN KEJiriTKY i ToJnnhono Number Hl f ijI B3ue Wing 1 G3 cry I j IIIIJOHN RINGWOOD jj I I I CZO tE3xsL Gtoq= iat3 j j ij eisthtoinftslad East Hiotaan i p I t I Keeps all kinds of Groceries and I j ti r Family Supplies r t j BUTTER EGGS CHICKENS t I IA SPECIALTY 1111Goods I D eliveredFrttIt I I NEW HAKUK t- tCOAL i t I r39rCl lforCASH ONLY f A A FARTS JRn BUY THE 1ii jNii Ei SEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived by those who ad I vortiso a 6000 Sewing Machine for i 000 Tliis kind of a machine csiii f be bought from us or any ofour jlj dealers from 1500 to 1800 h WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME is THE BEST i The Feed determines the strength or V weakness of Sewing Machines The j Double Feet combiiUHl with other 1ftrong pointJ nutkes the New JIOIue I tho best Sewing JMachine to buy t iitc for CIRCULARS the Jot llS of Jwe tnavufacture and prlces beforupureIm i1ug- Yi THBRBW SEWIKG HAGHIHB go n ORANGE MAS r S Union Sq N Y 1 IL Atlanta Oa i St San Oil k BYk f I W Agents f 11 Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it 1 J i KingsNew c IAPerfect I Cure 8XSTTMPTIOX OUOIIS and OLDS showing different Sewing Machines BOMB Chicago LoulsMo DtIaTex Francisco Fart PrkeII IILungMoney back Wit falls Trial Bottles free l1 For sale bal1 Druggists ii r I IAN ACROBATIC STATESMAN Consrrcxman Who IK Said to Hurst HIM unpeiiileri Every rime He Sluice ii SpeeuJi I conI live Broslua says the Cleveland Plain Dealer His gesticulation was of vio- lj lent energy Private John Allen used to say that whenever Mr Brosius made I a speech he burst his suspenders One j i afternoon Mr Allen and a party were I watching Brosius exertions There they go now Allen exclaimed Ill I bet you his galluses parted that time or else he lost both buttons at the rearI of his trousers As soon as he stops talking we will go over and find out about it After ten minutes more of I gesticulations the gifted orator sat t j I down wiping the moisture that streamed from his brow and his cheeks jj I His collar was wilted his hair was I saturated with perspiration and his I shirt front showed visible evidences of Ithe struggle Mr Allen approacned the matter delicately calling the mom- ss j her by his first name complimenting him upon his speech and the force of his delivery and finally remarking that he Allen could not indulge very much in gesticulations without busting his galluses Mine parted about tho mid dle of ray remarks remarked tho ora tor innocently whereupon Allen shook hands with him again and led his party away QUEER MANX CATS Una Xo roll nnd ItM lllnil IeKM Art JoiiKer Tlimi UN Fore Ones Curious Old Lots On the Isle of Man there Is a curious looking tailless cat peculiar to that island No one knows where It first canto from though there are various stories and theories concerning ItaI origin It Is described as follows The pure Manx cat would be a little differ ent in appearance to the common house cat even if it could boast of a tall Its head is small and its hind legs are long In comparison with the fore ones iI When about to fight It springs from theIII ground and strikes with Its fore and I hind legs at the same time The com j j mon cat however strikes wtih its fore i j paws standing on its hind legs It j i has greater ease in going up hill than legsAs I j orIi I cats l j 1allThe value of a cat in days long ago tI was fixed by law as follows The f price of a kitten before It could see was i j i a penny attar it could see two pence after it had caught a mouse four pence I which was a very large sum in theIiI tenth century The oat must also be perfect In hearing sight and smell and have good claws If anyone stole killed the cat that guarded the orJJgranary he had to give in exchange Sheep its fleece and a lamb MUSCLES IN TENSIONII I I j Are the Ont That Tire Soonc t Al though Doing Xo 1Cur1t ut j the Time The Revue Sdentifique has been ask I ing what muscles tiro soonest with the i conclusion that it Is not the muscles in use but those under tension al though doing no work The writer urges us to use the arms and legs less and the back and neck more for on them comes the greatest strain He has been asking men of all occupations the same questions I When you have worked much where do you feel tired 1 j i Before you were trained did fatigue show Itself in the same regions All the answers point to the same conclusions The baker who kneads dough all night complains of fatigue in his legs The blacksmith is tired not in his arms and shoulders but In his back and loins The young soldier after a march Is especially tired In the back of his neck even If he has carried no knapsack ii The oarsman who is In perfect train lug after prolonged exercise gets tired in his calves and insteps These facts point to the conclusion that In any continued effort we should try to alter the habit of contraction I That Is to say the body like the mind needs change of work I WHAT OLD AGE IS LIKE I Witty Definition by nil Aged French iiiuii Ilmpoot In IV hleh It Mont UHTrrn from Youth The noted French advocate Maitre Labor who defended Dreyfus and recently the Humberts Is noted In Paris more for his polish and neatness of his speeches than for his eloquence An American Journalist who heard Laborl in court one day says the ad vocates address was full of grace wit tenderness He quotes a passage relat ing to old age wherein Labordi with a smile said Old agewe shall none of us quite understand that until we have attain ed to Itfor no one of us here is old But the other day I visited my uncle a very aged man- U What is It like uncle I said to be oldAnd my uncle answered Its like this When one Is young ones polite attentions to women are taken for declarations of love but when one Is old ones declarations of love are taken for polite attentions j Warn Asaln t Von Much Sweet The Prussian minister of education has issued to all schools under his control a circular in which attention Is drawn to the ever Increasing number of automatic machines for the sale of chocolates and other sweets and asks teachers of schools to use every Influence with the children to prevent ex ceeses = Tj tr MIRACLE OF CONSTRUCTION Oroyu JtnlJronll In Peru Cot u 1 Ier Jllli OlmtuolenThat HziU i- to lie Overcome The two Americans who constrlit sd tho Oroyo road Mtssrs Aleiggs asd Thorndike were cOItio rfd neSb crazy when they proposedLt says e WorkiHbed for miles through galleries cutQ the solid face of the rock andeworkmen engaged in cutting the gjj levies were in many cases lowered cages from the cliffs above More t1iLa CO tunnels had to be cut In the coursir construction one the famous Gnlera tunnel one and onehalf miles in lend the highest engineering project of Is kind on earth It Is on this road that the sisilj achievement of constructing a lofty sail bridge connecting two tunnels was a complished In building this brldg which spans a crevice 575 feet wide aid hundreds of feat deep It was necessahr to Tower all material from the top f the cliffs by wire cables The wh stupendous task was made possible or v by the liberal use of theuV switch r r switchback In one Instance ofePeruvian railroad It was found neca spry to construct a switchback in tie I heodlfInthrough an upper tunnel almost exal Jly above The cost of the Oroya rat rood when completed was 43000o5 or 311804 a mile making it one of tie most costly roads in tho world tt PUZZLES THE WISEST MEN 4 ahThfumelveH Is it ProblemConj1 olimluiiH of One Scl Mitl t- f The digestive tubo is filled with fo ments capable of attacking of destroy- Ing and of transforming the food wfih which they come In contact but theie ferments attack neither the walls of tie intestines nor the parasites which often live In abundance on these walls sags Public Opinion What causes this coj ditlon 1 The question has often brn discussed and now the researches of y E Weiniand on the tryptic ferraat again bring the matter forward In 1891 Frenzel stated that hebelievld the protection enjoyed by the intes tines was due to the antlferments whib are secreted by the living tissues An experiment of M Welnland along ttts line is very Interesting A mixture via made of fibrine and of trypsine or if pepsin and the whole was placed tod gest after a little juice of ascaris wis added No digestion occurred The a periment may be prolonged indefinite but the ferment does not attack the fibrine when the antiferment is pres ent Thus It Is not the living tissues iiiWf a which impregnate them untta wnTpytKfjl secrete t NEW IDEAS ON SUNSTROKE AftrrIllnner Work InSlnBimnt tent IroiliicM HIuruwthntti1umen- Are the V urOt SulrererM Stagnant indoor heat is more oppressive than outdoor heat writes Dr F L Oswald in the Home Selene Maga zine Intioor warmth intensified by stove fires often approaches the horro of the Calcutta black hole or the swelter I den of Dantes Inferro and to that combination of discomforts civilized me doom their sisters and mothers In midsummer the sunstroke wards of New England hospitals are crowded with malet patients who often have worked only o the shady side of the streets and with a still larger number of women who can not plead guilty to outdoor imprudent I or any kind They have been overcome t I II by the heat and In nine out of ten cases by the afternoon heat of ill ventilate- kitchens and washrooms dlnlngrooma I and nurseries by vitiated air cooperat ing with the exhausting effects of a high temperature at a time when the resist ing ability of the system was impaired by the exigencies of digestion In words sunstrokes and all their otherII monitory symptoms are the effects ofI hard afterdinner work in warm weath orNO 1j MORE BLACK DIAMONDS n Supply SIII1 KxIxtM Hut HleetrlcaUy- Okluiiiifaoturiil 1 Article HUM Eii j tlrely Uepluueil Theiu i The trade In carbonado or Brazilian black diamonds which so late as Hvei years ago was worth nearly 4000dodl a year is at present practically dead These stones first discovered In islaf are a kind of black opaque and iwp r2 flyrinthe white diamond hut actually harder and were found of immense value lo rockgtboring bitheJ which put an end to the carbonado tradesays Stray Stories A mixture of sandf coke sawdust and salt melted together thltormatlonthl I I i r carborundumIt as diamond and indestructible In aeiditl-which Sg coslessif antUso have displaced It Little Plntlmtm Left The 4142201 worth of phltinunslj xtrnctNlI of Russia last year Is prtctlcaliy tW if worlds supply of that metal II jCnrlonCspent last year SII- l o powder puffs i f 3l WOMEN LAWYERS IN FRANCE tlmbNloll ur lnlUeN to Bar Itnr had Gaud Results on dlanerr of Oppuring A lvo Rte II Since the Paris bar has been open to yomen not a few members of the fair 34x have taken advantage of the new i privilege accorded to them to plead at lite Palais de Justice says an ex change The pioneer In this direction was jille Chauvln whose debut as advo cate excited a groat deal of attention and whose presence In the cap and gown made a groat sensation at the palais Her debut moreover had the Affect of setting the fashion among Parlslennes of wearing the white cravat of the French lawyers Since Mlle Chauvlns debut In 1S99 curiosity has died out to a great extent and no bad effects of the law have been noticed It- is even possible that If the good rev suits could have been anticipated the law would have passed the chambers by a unanimous vote Instead of by 319 to l74 As a rule women lawyers have had men as their opponents at the bar and one could imagine himself In a Eort of judicial salon If compliments land gallant speeches were the criterion But the other day two women lawyers found themselves antagonists In a case It was funny to see the embar rassment of the judges for each lawyer did her best to captivate the bench Unhappily the bench could not get out of the scrape by awarding the victory to both sides so the chivalrous judges refuge under a wellknown formula and reserved their decision for a fortnight SCOTLANDS GREAT CANAL Undertaking AVI11 Save IIunilreilM of Miler and Cut SjCJOtlOOOOO llljc- Eiiifliieerliit Kent As was recently stated In a cable dis patch the plans for the construction of a ship canal between the Firth of Forth on the east of Scotland across to thet River Clyde on the west have been definitely arranged The canal will cost 50000000 but powerful support Is ex pected from the British government One of the great engineering features of the scheme will be the carrying of th canal near the Loch Lomond end Fr quent passing places will be made An indication of the saving in dis tance that would be effected by theI canal says an exchange will be gainedl from the following figures From the Clyde to ports on the east coast of Scot laud northeast of England and north west of Europe the distance saved would be from 529 miles to 238 miles From the Firth of Forth to ports on the west coast of Scotland northwest oft England Ireland America and the Mediterranean the distance saved would be from 487 to 141 miles From Tyne ports to the St Lawrence river the dis tanc s yedewould b 50 mil From WJ ofr al ii tlorthea6 IAire lid to middle western ports vis the continent the distance saved would b from 377 to 98 miles RECORDBREAKING RUN Enjtlneor AViiM Onori l Fifty Dollii I Minute for Every Minute Gulueil Over the Schedule I is a little story connected with Inhere run of the Lowe over the Santa Fe Chicago to rs14s Angeles in less than 53 hours which is not generally known offerednthe engineer who hauled the train froml San Bernardino to Los Angeleson the ortgainednd pver the schedule Engineer Warhoy turned the wheels at a 50second clip for each mile to Pasadena but had to slow ilown in the suburbs of Los Angeles He pulled into Ion Grande station Los An SadBernardino gaining nine minutes on the whirlwind schedule and thereby earn 1 ling 450 extra pin money I department3willt 1 Loweespecialceeded 90 miles an hour An average of i nearly 43 miles an hour was maintained In the face of having to cross four high ranges of the Rockies and with little previous selection of engines or crews MENACE OF THE FOREST1r CotitlHcntAVIll Dr tp If 1 relent He ulructlve Irocentie CUll tin nt Experience of Old Vnrlil The climatic history of the old world will repeat Itself In America says the National Magazine If forest destruc sslrneat will have to dry up So will an orator who should venture to urge thai rfact upon a boodle legislature In this era of lumber trusts But the fact rev mains and Its significance may be In felled from the experience of the Medi terranean coast lands where thousand of god gardens have been turned intc Gehennas of wretchedness and desola tion By tree destruction alone a terri tory of 4500000 square miles has been withdrawn from the habitable area ol our planet The physical history of tht eastern hemisphere Is the history of a desert that originated somewhere neat the cradle of the Caucasian raceIn Bac tria perhaps and spreading westward and southward has blighted the Eden of three continents like a devouring nrt ajSand is now scorching the west coast ol BlAirica and sending its warning sand clouds far out to seaward sugar la FrDnceIThe price of sugar Kcontly been reduced by less than half Vend the consumption has been nearly doubled Formerly sugar was a luxurj Kishich rarely reached the homes o many workingmen but now Its use 11 much more eoWu4OIL t 1 f aIlhe IFree Trial of Donas Kidney Pills daily wir relief to thousands Its the loin way of proving tlin Doan merit with enoli ind vidu lwisi r r hnrk1IIlIcllnini I j sediment high colored PXCIWIVP pair in puKsinc dribbling frequency Dotins j Kidney Pills dissolve aiid remove wil j palplladonI uHott- I IInncJulnpj rtxIt 30 HI02WhfnI ii neeivid the trial Ipuckuga of DOHUS Kidnoy Pills I could not get out of bed without help 1 iiad revere puiiis in the i luteii I puiti in no tHiCk is alt gon and I am no lunpcr annoyed with having to get up i Mien during the night t4 formerly I j l lOHiinnt Rimik too ligItlni what Doatiriji Kidfiv Pill hear dune for me 1 am j j j l greatlwork unto I nsnl Ijnnut Kidney Pills James K Arthur Cleveland Ky Dec 28 1902 I r was wuslable =J5 = =or lf JPor Sale H REAL ESTATE Hickmanro r J JWest Hickman Ky RichmanetowneThe houses are all occupied by rood prompt paying tenants and pays biti returns an investment those seeking lots for houses investors lwnntin bit returns opportunity that should not be overlooked The property consists of Six houses LIuIj each porches in good condition Hent for GtN Ifl Five houses H 56 Lots in Est Ilickman New with rooms J i J S = tra I I ITHEGREAT SOUTHWEST II i It i t MANY SEEKING HOMES WHERE LAXDS AUK ASH CLIMATE IS MILT nUt HOMKSKKKKnS IOWII I ASH COLONISTS TWICE jj- A MONTTH Many fannors in the Northern and j Eastern stales urn sHUntc their hijih priced lands atid locating in the Souih t+ esttn Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas MJUIV who have been un able to own their homes in the older country art buying land at the low prices prevailing in tho new country 10 815 per aero and These lunch mostly cut over timber lands some of them pcs twinn U deep rich soil prodnciim corn wheatonLs clever cotton fruity anti vegetables Well iinpriivid farms are SIHI terod through out country Many places with I 11111111 clearing improvements I bought very cheap Our tie serip live literature gives a fairly good idea of enuuery It hils about the soil crops climate people s hotels Iud churches water health It contains maps Hhvjiu location or counliis tot his railways and steamers unit giver tuiiniHitnd addresses real estate theaters in the towns Kfd lined for homo eekcn colonists are in tfleet lint nnd third luitidKvK of eiidi uu uth by way of Luiiis Cairo or Memphis and thin Cot ton HelL Kunle send yon our literature and quote you ruffs Address MtnulI Tntv PJISS Agent Cotton B Homo Cairo ill or W LA I j tHBAU3I Pass and Tkt AuU Cot i Uet Route St Louis Mu I 1lrportI soliii u- mtuhinist in this section stile that Union Oily Business College is nsuii more IVtriLtI sind have more pcpils I enrolled than any other school of bu ii- IIIH s Iflushing in nil this sect on of the This r port hnnlii tivery I gnu nit r ngptlhr inauagiinent of thn i splendid iusuaitio us H ban Lean in operation only two mouths nut suih I unIi tiens HSO that this college ij better iquipmei t and tasteful jipKiiind qnaittrs flan any oiht r- schwtl they fun e vtMted in the Stales f Tennessee anti Kentucky 30 California 280 MODI K oust K Coupon Agents Miiitliiin to t Louis ineruivewil sell one way S puul class tollIi L ticket to California at abtivo rate du y m Ho vemler JKKI Proporttonatelv lute with Itom Mobile itontnoinerv and nrhet- ii points Aiubdtna Ask agents for par tieulurs Iltd np In bwl nth bark and kil ueva rould not get myself strain it when I trust to stand would Have to bend in ii half sloopht positinn i t rot a trial box of Duans Kidney Pills- and took Ill them At the of twoldas they pot out of bed and I inkto JO bnnt 1 take a delight pruiaiui these PillsAbe Gunn Jr f NAM P O STATE bw rflat lut irnll tit melon 11 I 0 h4Kwa V Y U si l glee i tiMflkMi X witr wldnM IOU rclJO In xalq- II = gg V I 1 East and I as To or to tits is an tlromsAll nsw and I f5 up are of St us dr K roll I del dirt to lt J50 in Ie of me to tol and lots each with a JJ rooms and INItfront porch lHunt f1 month each WW JllmIIOjolhU1JHon and four lots three 00iuJw ELLISON J ICIIF1 this nnd SHIIIH this rules anti Let Jon lias- j store end J W RONEY I 1UVKII H ickmnn IL r Y Settlements md divisions of estates f q Ofliee over HoleombeH Onm Htore a A M TYLERrAbtonayatwaogr s PRACTICESIM OfiicP over Iliuknian Bank IH 1 F REMLEYAl ttarntyrttItnnuPracticps in t11courts hire in Holuombo Block PIlCKMAX vYDKL PBALTZEK Specialist Eye Ear Nose and Tljroal Ofllrn tours pmOlteeI Dr S 1C Davidson Dentist KICKMA N Ilr F Office upstfiirs overCo wrItll JUrllIS rIS THE BE- STCLOTHING WYLER ACKERUMD L CO MU fife CIiclHMtL Ash yur Bail Write fwlMkJet 4 136Jl f M A iI Rio I CoflsigEIIiIflto1 A Bank rapt St eIi OF i OvcatsSELLING Z5 tJ 40r 1 OX THE DOLLAR I whilei they Ilastiii a Qa bj ilfeoe Q e I I I f RbtI IiI 1I 1 JJj h r I 1 NEW MEAT MARKEIJ r I I I 11 have opened It new mpnt market in the rear of Gie Throlkolds groppry store wild am prepared to flfVnish the j Choicest Cuts of Fresh fileatsjj ON snORT NOTICE Ia ILridMad JO a hteJkelci 1 rv PRONE 1a FREE DELIVKRV 1- t 4 1 q i rf hm t J11tE mt r l frJvJ I Hiclzman Sy4 q ecttii Seed Meal per 100 Ibs1 1120 r CttO I seed hulls insacls 0 per lOOlbs1 40 ots It i1 r- oi ennnot buy a cheaper or better fed than cotton seed 9tealand hulls I 1 1 t cowtlOOK well und healthy and cause her to give good J rich midi from which a 011 can nifiKe good butterr + a j j eimjl i rE oj SII f gl l 1i JtRICHMONDBOND CO eft HICKMAN KY I j I A 10 parlor suit ou oxhbition in Burrett C Shawt window Iis one of the prizes in the Couriers Gnessinc Contest Road tho advertisement on page- dt of this issue I t tDo3Au think the Courier worth 51 a Why not subscribei year t 1 H Low Bates to the Aorllnvcsti- ioniLK 01110 Coupon ticket agentsi will soil daily to November 30 on toOreRonrateJno I RATIFICATION MEETING I l 1l1Ijj F tril anpiresl Ilf th4 lJf mfHrlticent Wt1 licxylin HCtcI before the appointed hour p t1un horseback and it earring bein to arrive from the slyj rounding country bringing wifh tWill cart talk to which wog- aItaeI1iNl the stars and strip- eAbout 7 10 th iprocession formI on Clinton street and wit Ciptuin 1J Buchanan as gnuj marshal proceeded en toiirCl tin city passing up ClinUm street to Kentucky up Keftl lucky to Carroll up Carroll tfa Vabish up W a hash to Moultoilj up Mouilon to Moscow Road tluiI the college Mere the propessioij tnrnt tlInd retraced its str down Moulton to Cumberland jf to Willin ton to Obion and out into West Ilickman returnin by way of Exchange street to Clinton to Cumberland to Jade IIt son and to the City Hall Th3 1 Joust was parked with enthusi i astic democrats and after a feV remarks by attorney Unney I Mayor Dillon announced that tho neaktr 11 T Smithof Fulton had failed til put in an appearance and thfi meeting vith noisy demonstra tions was adjourned The prfxression created much f enthusiasm in its tourof the city andwas repeatedly cheered Many floats were incorporated xtremelyI I seated Roosevelt and Booker Washington dining together and WitS perhaps the best of all another was a float of negro men in 1 1aonien shouting Hurrah for lieckham another of beau tiful young ladies representing Kentucky democracy and others having Wore or less i xihtical orI social significance Many trans parencies were also carried in the iparade the inscriptions on sonic Itciiig etrem ly guod h Hilt Taylor whytlout yufi i9Hl JthplI N tftlllSltIIItQtr was a picture purIe with t words Kind Business Uelknnjj another s iclvrh i Old JKentiKiKy J spirit is yet in tthe Old hentuqltII IlumeO Equality in lbnjj tuck yet Fr ighti Rates resahenper on Wagons than 11JJ Guns A fine picture of ttlie thehj uwordtHe is the man J C Wu B II The lliehmnn Brass band took n prominent part in the pnradf and rouh rod some patrioti music Dixie illy Od Kcni tuck Home Yankee Doodle and other like pieces The crowd of people from the snrC 1rOlllH 1II tively estimated at 2000 Much cheering shouting shooting etc J dcaurred and considerable en 1 thnsin m i wug nmnifiested throughout The committee on arrange ments was composed of II Buchanan GL Carpenter JitS W Roney Henry Rernley and Allison Tyler STBIlST MIA IMSr A nOT STOVB A child of Mrs Ceo T Benson when getting his usual Saturday night bush stopped book n ninat n hot stovo and hurdled himself sevorolv Tho child was in ireut agony nud his inctlior could ilo nothing to pacify him Kemembor alt that rihe had 11 bottlo of Chatnbcr luius Pain Bali in the house sho thought she wonld try it In less than half an hour after applying it tho child was quiet and asleep and loss than two weeks was well1rs lieuson is a well known resident of Kellar Va Pain Hulni is au antiseptic huiuont and as peuiullv valuuole for burtifji cuts lirnisos and sprains For solo by T T Swayno PAY SUUHTAXKS Notice is Iioroby given that the timo allowod by law vvhoroin to pay your city taxes has about expired and that dnlhHluontBtttercot anti inconvenience Besides the city needs the inonoy TOM DILLON JR City Tux Oolloolor Mannger Wautni Trustworthy lady or gentleman to manage business in this connty und ad j joining territory for well and favorably known House of solid financial stand andoI I I expenses paid each Monday by check direct from headquarters Expense money advanced position permanent Address ilA AaER G1Q Monon Bldg t ChicaRp 111 l 11COURT CALENDER STY COCKT fr d Monday in nthmy Koiirbyunty 00010ff Sunty eli rk S D Linen paeriu j L CurpeDUr NoouonC5it pool Suprnnteildrut Misr Torn smith surveyor Morgan Davidson Fulton Assessor R A Browder Pulton- grprarntative Luby II arxrov e t iQCARTKRLT 1 eovwruoets io each ltnth HM Konrby fclJe CIRCUIT IL F le I Third M tleIIt Mondays in tiny I Jtnnitry and May two ptemher term throe weeks gudRH RT HUKK Rttorney U1 Moorman SlI Ifrk J W Morrs IOOERN WOODMEN ORGANIZE j 3ot ton wood Camp No 11898 tYMem Woodmen of America ils organized in Odd Fellows 11I Ilickman Monday night District1JIHltiSn number of the Fulton catnip j the charter memliers are CL Iplilker C A Perry Henry pltheny Feo L Metheny S D laten B D Jamrford Dr J- pi turkeI l t t Wfrlinflv Ira Jreen fI1 Hertweck Wilsoll1Uter ton of the new in tubers the election of oflicers f lowed B T Davis was C 1 111Ji Green Banker U A Perry I Srk A E DeBow Escort l 3 Burke Watchman lL W t c sentry and as managers ML Walker was elected for the OK y jar term BI1 J Hertweck ViJsoulrJ IIInril and C W Curl in were i j i cKisen camp physicians r KL resolution was adopted to i tl Dllect that the rainy meet I dMiI e a wkaile1 a committee I I tterntnkt 1 l I l tt The fnllouing members IIfii Fulton camp were iin attendance to instruct the new neighbors inl the mysteries of Woodcraft tat l tart them right in the new work FoA Cole Loui Mnttingly George FDA lor T F Mahnn 11I 4 Robinson L B Morrison and r F McKee WANTtta S venil persons ofrhara fflr and Rood puUtion in earl statII one in tliH county rpqnired to pn unt and aciverUce old ostaOtishcd rulihyjI business house of slid rtuauuial stand hit Salary SJlOU weekly with tarnsas additional nil paynblo in cast direct eauli Wednisrtay from head cfHiiv Morse and carriage furnished when itoessiry Reference euctu e srlf addr + I ed envelope Colouinl 382 Deurbor- St Oiiicago ARRESTED FOR FORGERY JiiUt Paschall aged about 20 recently of Union City and a licinituted +Smith wick were arrested by Sheriff Caroenter 4ntl Marshal Dillon in Wet Ililtckman llondnyon a charge Qf forgery The Smithwick boy Imjl a hearing Monday afternoon itiftl was discharged Paschall ftifccems had been employed b- ctShingll y Smith at the shingle fnotory toll1 haul been in tho habit of gettingi orders from lIr Smith cashed by Mr Harkey vho runs time cotton gin The prosecution claimed that Pas hall who is no longer employed tvsMr Smith caused two ordersa for one dollar each tb be issued signing Mr Smiths name there ib One of these he gave to the mithwick boy and to thjy got Mr Harkey to tltcrI Jhqm Mr Smith 1pronounced th Qjn forgeries and the arrest of hi two boys followed The IJniithwiek boy showed conclu ively that he had no knowletlg ff the forgery and the case rainst him was dismissed Jj llischall was given a trial be fore Judge Kearby Monday and strife to the reform school at Lex angjton Djnt forget that Rosedale the pho1 ographer is Mill in business tf J r la 0 1 I r J g f rI Outsell Any- Grocery S l in Town 1i 7 l All myt goods are fresh from the market as I am buying daily and selling daily they do not get stale on my shelves I handle tin glass f a t tane queenswore1 good lard fresh t butter in refrigerator and eggs at tell times I buj and sell for cash and you ohlypay for what you get i Gall Telephone 13 i IICue ThreSkeld ickmanKyl IL 52s5 J r 1 JIi 1of1 I TASTE i Know a seebit jWBWDSfa r p f Ttirnubtui a II1our Iloorsis of the latest design We want you to know the character of our Furniture It is of warranted 1escQllence and the prices are 10 to 20 lower 4 than the same class ofgoods can be btiu lit for f anywhere in this part of the country Give us a trial order and he convinced S SHAWaFURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING tik 1 Cut Priceson I GRo ERI S I TINWARE QUfJENSWARE FEEDSTUFFS 4 c I Ar H t L CarpentersI Buolianans old stand Telephone 81 Coods delivered freeI d t Lr f Tc iii i 4 t c THE HICKMAN MRS GEO WARRENpryl VtS ELLISON 5 F re GEO W WILSON Lessee and Editor PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY TEDDY THROTTLES CORRUPTION 1 The present national admiuistrati- 1s notoriously corrupt scandle and rottenness exist in nearly every de parttnont in many instances indict ments have been found against the heads of departments only to be stayed by interfereuce of Teddy or quashed through tLe influence of officials lit iu the councils of lepublicunlsui thievery and boodle are rampant in the administration to an extent never bo fore thought possible and the entire business is a stench that reaches thigh he heaveu and permeates the atmos phere over the whole ouutry cajugrepublicans as well as democrats These being facts potent to the veriest ty judge our surprise to read in t editorial columns of the Fulton Leader of issue of the day of tIe sweepi democratic victory id Kentucky the justatementhad throttled the demon of corruption and purified the administration He are the words When Teddy IheStrennotH crawled deadAodorut 11 to overcome even a brainier man Cut with the press and the people behind him he grappled witii the giant and tthe Hercules is now a trembling ma groveling at the feet of an indignant Hand outraged nation Coming as it does right ou the heels the1pechdoccurred Monday will prove a god sendton for the weary daily journalist wi space to fill In the face of the returns from the recent election it would seem that tho Louisville Herald would have foro prlongeda nuisance i but it hasnt The eligibility bugaboo has againI been sprung by the republican pre s and in this respect the republican press reminds us of the snarling pup which I withnk between its legs and scooted when put i ii4 to the test I The republicans of Louisville are said to be going about tho city collecting i eleciI quiteIplain If boy cannot find enough Evidence of fraud there we are s they will not find a sufficiency el where A pictorial aditiou of the Grayson Gazette published an Leitchfield Ky has been received It contains 60 paglSi1 i of finely illustrated matter is well edited a gem specimen of the art preservative In its entirety it is the finest of work wehave j gthef creditIj I The rutting of the wholeale bouset I t bySheriffOarpelter i thmeetsapprovalthe ofII lewelocal optiou law was passed to prevent 1 the sale of Intoxicating beverages and its enforcement against such instituII Lions na that which hue existed in West Hickmaufor some weeks is a duty j performed that redounds to the credit k itthet effiect that it watt a dfttuTbing element in the community and ought to be snpprwwed were numerous and its elimination will r f M5 greeted with delight by the lIfighffj J bepestereden en then and awakened at all hour ot thet night 3 by the carousals and noisy dig turbances of the hangers ou about the place rSMaryland democracy in its victory t r over the stats republicans and nano iorganizationfor Roosevelt threw the weight of his f infI ii- prowinentpositionr 1nOllunationfor the dosnocra i Giout I I the north and west it is believed thntE I stateIsupport him over r solidrr a snit for him The nomination will to J hinge upon Now York The state I organization will not support McUlellun lBOthGorman over Cleveland or any otl i imannow prominently before the I i Limbij loer f I Ifithe Sovtu and Tammany would unite I their forces they could naru the next epiocFtie candidate The south has1 V1 5 1i ColRvention and the time has come by rirture of her loyalty and the number ofI votes she furnishes to the democratic 3tilde of the electoral college for her to insist upon proper recognition She I furnishes over onethird ot the delegates l to UIA national convention and she should make an effort to make th representation felt Whatever the leaders of the north and west may say nppnsitioo 11 the south and New York state conIdnf and Gormans signal victory in his m state upon the issues forced by republicans signifies that he is at least oossibility with claims that tenant entirely icnored QiSTFltThe election passed olF quietly and satisfactorily to tho majority Mrs J D Leach of Sassafras Ridge is at Wat rvulley visiting her relative this week Tile farmers are getting very ecouomii nrtl auto a family has hip own ihilli grind his meal and there is no going to rumill helire tartest part of our citizens w coltngon and corn and did a great deal ot trad g which shows that the people know where they are treated best reSeveral couplu of young folks took a view and a walk along the levee l Sunday evening and they seem think they win be safe from ht water when tho levee is finished Eld L C Moore lilted his appoint ment at Sycamore Chappie on Sunday and preached two sermons if It did rain ssHe has one more visit to maKe to t good people around the old chappie on Saturday before tilt first Sunday in December There has been several people do in the bottom from different parts IfI 1this and Hickman county and eight or yourtbarmed with shot sons baskets a dishpans for gathering hickory nutsI of which there were a plenty Brother Albert Jones preached his farewell sermon last Sunday at Sassa fras Ridge to a large congregation preached a very impressive discourse and had a farewell haul shake whi was very sad utter which he solmni the marriage of Mr Kepner and Mrsi Sullie Pounds door the ceremony the crowd repaired to the residence of Bro Jim Pattersons and partook of a bountit ful dinner such as Sis Patterson alone knows how to prepare The entire I congregation wished them a 1 long and happy life Cotton picking cull corn gathering is in full blast in this part of tho twit Cotton is turning out very short ripmorepointment of the farmers A cold h is the cause It is harder to pick tIllS ratarol soyears Corn will be over an average crop and is well matured not much damage done by frost Some are talk ing of holding their corn for better prices while some are going to market as they gather to save handling the second time shrinkage and waste which are important items if the higher price men could see it At the church it Sassafras Ridge 1 lust at the close of service the fol1 cbwing letter of recomendation was read and adopted unanimously To any Baptist church or any other chris- tian organization whom it may con cern That Bro Albert Jones has hadI e care of Sassafras Ridge church for tbe past four years and by his request as a Baptist church in aUof Gods love voted for said Bro Jones to resigni his pastoral work with us He has been faithful in his work for the Lordj and we pray Gods blessings to rest onII him wherever ho goes lie has been faithful over n few things and we pray I God to make him ruler over many At the beginning of Bro Jones Pastoral1 I work we had no house of worship we now have a house valued at 100 We consider he has ought a good fight He has finished his course He neOI wurkIJVIIadltonChnrchFAUMFR i J JORDAN j j The enterprising citizens of lnr 1 are sinking a public well which has palready reached a depth of more than ono hundred feet When cotnplet I power and pipes will be attached for differentceat Hugh Robins nephew ot Mrs A Brovard and Mr Porter both of Chicago who have been visiting relal tionsj here returned home a tow flays since They were much pleased withI e this country and delighted with a trip Reelfoot lake Mr and Mrs M H Shuck and Dr Alexander left Sunday for Nashville Slack goes for the purpose C undergoing an operation The result familyoand I was opera upon Tuesday morning and at 1 accounts was resting quietly operation is said to have been sue cesfifulJr I r = Mr Holloman and a young lady driving through Jordan one lust week when the horse thatrfrightened and run the buggy the railroad with such force shaft Wag broken and the occnpaJts thrown to the ground Fortnntft8vee- is neither of them were seriously Unit though Mr Hollonmua wrist was pfi fully sprained m LINK JOCAlS fSTl IniSunday f- InI W J Maddox and daugmter Miss Nina spent Monday with rolatfes near Hush CrooktTire schools are enjoying not igr parties this season Mr D C Mulx toots nis school to Mud Creek bottln 1 last Saturday and reports a good gatllr softi of oats and a pleasant des giro Montuoniory school will go next Satlr flay f X Y ZiI croBOOK UL1IH RKCKrTIOX I A wee enjoyable reception in howr of their first anniversary was eivenlie membersi of llio two Book flubs v their president Mrs Maggie Handle at ither residence on Wednesday af tern on 11IIon the different works of fiction tlat had afforded pn time for the twlve months ended and a new list of bra a ordered for the coming term beginning the fifteenth of present monthJ heIt was suggested that to avoid dejiy iu fowarcling books on tho dates assiju ed first and fifteenth of every innnlu imFadwnon each delinquent which snggeMun I when put to the vote carried nna i teemgenteralltainment at Iudef the year SKI IIvj Debow wm elentod treasurer Randle retaining the office of president ialso assuming that of secretary Afiss Sadie Amborg formerly ofliciatiugin that1 capacity J1 Choice refreshments consisting of flie IInLIi beet Millet W H Baltzor CjfF Baltzcr Hubbard Cowgill Cox Reid Remley Prather Luteu W e Tofn son Stephens Parham L Elli4n Tqompson Smith and Hand Ii Muses Lito Paris Urevard Stone DeBw Boogher Dodds and S Ambers Xrs Horac3 Luten ot Pujlpn visitor Jlf Si L TIn EinomRi15Ep i of the Lotus Sims tho Leo Line has doubled itR freigh Orate between Hickman and St Louis anti we behove between all other rir points below the Ohio The Lee peo j pie are now iu complete control of river traffic betwcen Cairo and Memphis aril may do pretty much as they please in the matter of rata That they s jproper to exact extortionate iats ii significant of tho insatiable greed whi possesses their avaricious soulsIf tlic have any Suoh action will do more I than anytning else to aotablish a cot 1 Pet ng line on tho Mississippi and wh e that time comes it will be well for our merchants wet others who have been patrons ot tho Len Line to rrmeutb that they put the screws to us when an opportunity presented Tho Lee 1people are oleo people but when wo hero to pny two prlCPione for freight and ono for keening hour uwewe kick It IS believed that Captain SinIII will put another boat in this trade and we caution the Len people to make hay while the sun shoves as the time will certainly rorno when it will mighty hard picking nif them hero alautarI It i THE nRST HEMEDY FOIL OIOUl l Gloherhig I woman who knows the best remedies for croonI IK in demand in every neighborhood tlioworlelluiddleofI thechildtellI are all most assure to bo sat in case of pSfi CabofeI offashionld hieyrupnrotltPrdartis better and does ItCUlelhlegmlt iiieda sootscancroupy coughappear1 nnd It will prevent the attack t havetarts and is pleasant salby CLUB ENTERTAINED I The second meotiug of the Mmbroid stFridayaCternoon i HBaltzerentertained the club and a partv of additional guests j After refreshments were served whichr were both i Mrsof foIa r I organizationfedCowgill oastal PThei 1 Use Swaynes Almond Cream foli chapped hanosf at Swayuea drug stOf el f Plat ofT S ELL2SONaAddition to West Hickman J i I 4 prI WASHINGTON STREET 5 i out a doubt the choicest bit of property in or ishis Additionheal Hickman It is an ideal spot for the building and ehmaking of a homo TiV lprogress of our town is westward and this property will r eysoon double in value For an investment there is not a better real estate propo itiIIhas aa excellent location for an industrial enterprise and is about 15 minutes walk front the postoflice Allcommunications should be addressed and applications for further infor er111f1t10I1111a118 to w s ELLISON Hickman Ky IPL lw PtHS TO REELFOOT LAKE Tho Hhm Wing Hunting Club corn posed of prominent attorneys physi cians and railroad men of Nashville and Chattanooga arrived in Hickman Sat urday morning en route to Reelfoor lake for a seasons outing After sane delay the party got started and wen loon landed safe and sound on tint happy hunting ground How long they will remain depends to u con siderable extent on the dumtion of tho sport PlSASTItOtS WHKCKS manyy causestare making human wrecks of nfferet from Throat pad Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings ISevf Div 1fevers for Consumption Cocghs and curedrand hopeless resignation is no longer necessary Mrs Lois Crulg 01 11on tea ter Mass is oue of many whose lifo has been saved by Dr Kings New Dis covery This great romrwly ix guaran teed for all Throat and Lung diseases by all Druggists Price LOa und 100 Trial bottles free For sick headache to Chttlihcrlain- Stomach and Liver Tztblerx they tell1cward off tho attack if taken in time 1 For sale by T T Swuyne COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS I Hickman Ky Nov 2nd JooJ J Council met m regular session resent Slaver Dillon Swayue Ledford Kirkp3 Brevard and Beckman COl1nCil1UenJ J 4 sickness the clerk w t9 potion Councilman vanQ pointed clerk pro tern Minutes of the last meeting wero read and on motion approved and signed The following accounts were presented properly approved and on motion allowed nod checks Odered issued for amounts I I tom Dillon JrI Street payroll S 12S 70ff Removing dead horse 1 f 0 Hiukmaii Courier I To printing tickets mitt nonius 0 25 A C Holmes Surveying uotneterv grounds I0 00 M Isbell Lumber 1MI u J Q Adams Acct in full for repairs and supplies u date 57 SO Report of Snpt of Water Light Plant i for Oct Bal Iu HIOaII Ami collected luring Oct t72 80 516 0j Amt paid out during Oct ra 110 I tint in Treasury Nov 1st J44 j Tom Dillon Jr Supt 7311 I Report of City Marshal for Oct 11MW Taxes collected 17378 I hold Treasurers Rect for sirius Tom Dillon Jr C M Report of City Tress for Oct Ifittl Gen Fund Acct SIGsamt reed of Hickman Bk 1252 60 a P A JL Bk 105 00 h H C Helm 121 012 1 6 I 4 T Dillon Jr 178 78 l9Byi i Bal 28Water 1011To1 a F d M Bk 70 00 6l41 By Iut paul on Bonds 90 00 Bal to credit 41City lit1oBal to credit this Arnt ii3W C Johnson C1 On AIJollornhp YrwuitPlltiuperviorstoat1 Decmhpr rectify ussessors tax book for Yl3rUnTT SWAYXK Clerk Pro Tern IIIiclcumn Kv Nov 9 1003 Council presentMayorLedfordInverBrevardUpon o1HICocity of Hickman Kv that the conditional clause ofreversion contained the convoyanreN Helm and Annie R Helm May 20th1002 of lots No till to 174 inclusive iiitWest Hickman andheytosaidWhereupon ofouueilmauresolvedthatHelmbelurhorilllt OirloullcilKyto execute to said Richmond BondCo n deed conveying n too simple title I1ickmun for Lots 169 to 174 inclusive in West oftheatanytitle of said cause the cityofcompanydollars or any part thereof adjournedMteitr C t JsiirKoj i rooI Ie c b- t rtJliI+ lflat ltt + f lo t LOCAL AND PERSONAL + ++ + SOIf4 ttUse Sunshine Flow none better Allison M SundayFulr AI Covington of Martin Tenn was in the city Monday The Courier 81 per year Now Is ttime to sulcrib Prot PnltIuatituteSaturdaybuaines on Go looklilteprices tf Elder Boaz will fill bis appointment a atMu Hermon next Sunday morning and night All are invited Mr UnionCitn r mother Mrs Kate Witting Rev and Mrs C L Price spent several flu Ii in Fulton this week viii inir frfeuds andrelatives U1 SGtlcwere town Sunday en route home doputheadr was in the city Sunday and Monday Use Sunshine Flour none bettor Mrs Charles G Schlenker who has made a two mouths visit to her of Louie at Eaton Ohio returned Sunday Miss Johnnie Cayce spent Saturdu and Sunday in Uuiou City visiting her parents returniiiK Jouday morning Mrs Nannie Ivingmau entertained a j few choice friends in honor of Mr1 an I Mrs U 15 Travis last Tuesday evening i Mrs Lee Rose living a short distant ill the country motbur of Mrs LauraIt Burnett is visiting her daughter in tin City Gus R Creedle the Fulton colt storage man was in Hickmau iou ay on business He returned home the same day- Kentucky led 37 states in adoptions and new camps organized in the mouth of October in the Modern Woodmen o America IMrs R K firevard was trilled to Clarkftville Tenn Tuesday by a idle grant annonucing the death of her sister Mrs M V Ingrain ex Mrs B J Durham of the LaGlcde hotelandI children left on Friday of last week for a visiti to her old home at Riplev Tenn Torn Cassetty an old time Ilickman buy who now resides in Nashville spent several days here last week visit tun old friendsing Mr and Mrs C L Winker gave a six oclock dinner to a select party oft friends Mrudny night in honor of Miss Opal Gates of TiptouvilloLMrs Maggie Randle is in Fulton this week attending the M E Conforence which began there Wednesday and will continue until Monday night next t Dr Luten ol Fulton came of i over last Thursday to spend a few days toi visiting relatives and friends Ho also attended the ratincatioji meeting Frimday night interestg future devote his tithe to that paper He has our best wishes in his under taking I L P Ellison president of the Ellison i Mercantile Company i Wlus week for businessugoing respectively to Memphis Nash vine Louisville Cincinnati and St Louis New advertiser this week are A M Tyler L D Threlkold Richmond Bond Co and W SEllison your atten tion is resdectfully called to themCJ F Christian deputy headconsul of the Modern Woodmen who has been there to institute a new camp of that order returned to Paducah Tuesday He goes from there to Mayflelrt where h t will organize a rump tonight The Worlds Fair Commission has set asido one week for the Modern Woodmen of America During this week the Foresters of this order will j make competitive drills A petition asking the board of prison n x commissioner to parole Charles Barclay convicted of participating in an illegal marriage in Fulton was circulated among our citizens this week Many signatures were obtained of W A Frost editor of the Shelby ville Tenn Galette was a pleasant calle- at the Courier offlco Wednesday Ho was a member of the Bryant Fishing Club and was on his way home from the lake where he had been having an ouring The Musical History club met at the home of Miss Diestlebnuk Wednesday November 11 at 2 30 p m The pro I thereIthe clnb The revival services at the Cumberland Presbyterian church are starting off nicely All the friends are cordially invited to attend and aid in this good F work We invite the hearty coapera tion of all Gods children J 13 WAGGONER PlUtO c I iBrIck for sale Cowgill Oowgill Use Sunshine Flour none hotter J uud11n1 0 lake on a hunting and fishing expedik tion They returned yesterday and report a good time outun number of honks of certificates for the Hiokman Building and Loan Associ erica that1 were excellent pieces of work For fine work we cant bo beat Tho Graves enmity circuit court opened Monday with Judge Bugg and Prosecutor Harry Morman prosidingr A large docket confronts the court r this sitting there being minis criminalI cases most of which are for violation of the local option laws Captain and Mrs Fred Wigstrand expect to leave the early part of next Arlctwhore they will reside until sometime next spring possibly till about April wlen tho Captain will return to re sume his work on tho Mississippi levee N V Campbell wife ami Urea children of Moscow Ky arrived lustf Thursday and will make Iliukmani their future home Mr Campbell is father to W A Campbell tho enterprising groceryman who bought out ReevesdBarred Plymoth Rock Chickens and Mammoth Bronze Turkeys All choice birds from prize winning stock Inspec thin and comparison invited The hand of my House of M B Turkeys scores rill I 2 Prices reasonable Jennio V McClure Troy dreUld Strung Farm WAJCTKD A trustworthy gentleman or lady in each county to manage busi ness tor an old established house of solid liuaueial standing A straight byocheek each Monday with all expenses direct from headquarters Money ad vanced for expenses Enclose addressed envelope Manager J560 Caxton Hldg Chicago Mrs Goo Warren Mrs Maggie Elli sou sari son Warren left Friday at 150 for SL Louts on a pleasure trip tofmeet them in St Lonis nUll spend a day or so with them returning Monday night Mrs Warren and Mrs Ellison are expected home soon Hon BA Enloe of JpuUson Tonn United States reprasentiilive and at present n worlds four vommissinnur for the state pf Tennessee passed through Tuesday on routo to Reelfoot LukoI whore he goes to join the lilac VinI Club mid to have an outing Sheriff Carpenter left Tuesday mornII for lddyvillc having in charge i Barker recently convicted of partici paring iu Vu illegal uiarriuge = and verdict sustained by the court of appeals Judge F S Moore accom the sheriff and they go on to- ouisville sari Frankfort partly on business and partly on pleasure Mrs W C Wilson wife of tho manager of the Southern Wood Supply Company who has been more on n sort reconnoitering expedition previous the removal of herself and family from West Carrollton Ohio to Hick an returned to her home Tuesday night Mr and Mrs Wilson have decided to come to Hickman to live and in consequence will dispose of their property interests in West Car- rollton and make their future homo among us Capt H A Tyler returned Wednesday from an extended trip of inspection- of his landed interests throughout the south On hiS 14000 sire plantation in Arkansas the Captain iis contemplating changing the railroad thereon from a narrow to a standard gauge the orec tion of additional saw mills cotton gins and cotton seed oil mills Everything seemed prosperous and the aptain is highly pleased with the outlook He has consumed two weeks in trip and was glad to get back to quiet sari rest Wesincerely regret to announce the prostration from paralysis of our old friend Will T Harris of Fulton Word from Fulton is to the effect that the afilicted gentleman is not expected to recover His right side is completely paralyzed he cannot speak and his throat is in such condition that he can- o longer cake food Mr Harris is a native of Milan Tenn but hits been a resident of Fulton for many years where he is engaged in the grocery business with Mr Gordon another prominent man under the firm name Gordon S Haaris He is numbered among Fultons best citizens and has entirerpopulace A peculiarly sad feature of Mr Harris affliction is the fact that he eras engaged to be married to one ol Fultons nicest young ladies We hope against hope that he may be returned to asA W Johnson of West Carrollton Ohio arrived in the city Sunday and assumed a position to which he had been assigned with the Southern Wood Supply Company Mr Johnson will act in the capacity of Superintendent- of camps and will have charge of the it Phillips camp at the foot of No 8 Island 17 miles below town There era now seven camps engaged in gettiug t out paper wood fcr this company and their combiqed output is about 200 cords por week They expect however to double this in tho course of another week Tho principal drawback this company lute experienced is its inability to secure men although good wages are paid and the board is reasonable ana good The close of the cotton picking ea3ii Mr Wilson the manager thinks will give them an ample suppl of men The supply necessary to reap ing the paper mill running regularly iU 3000 curds por mouth but tote wood company has yet been ouable to get it OUt Mrs O S Harper who lives four miles eaSf town on the old Dresdenr trend and who for the post two months has been paying a viiit to her 1011M L Harper at Santa Fe Now Mexico has returned to her hqme Mr Harper migrated to New Mexico about two yours ago ned is reported doing well While Mrs Harper enjoyed her visit she wits glad to got back again to the hills tho valleys and woods of old lieu lucky The monotony of tile topogra ply and tho prevailing barrenness of the Now Mexico country were too pro nounced for tier and she was extremely glad to got buck to her old home where nature shines m all its verdant glory NOT A SICK DAY SINCE 4 I ryes taken severely sick with kid nay trouble 1 tried all SOW of med loins none of which relieved me Uno day 1 saw an ad of your Electric Bittern and determined to try that liter taking a few doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of nitric have boon cured ofl Rheumatism Nuuraliiiii Liver and Kid ney troubles and General Debility This is what B F Bass of Fremont N C writes Only r0e at all druggists M31E MI FIlerV LEVEES =Capt Patrick Henry of Henrico Ark representative in Washington for tho levee interests and the Mississippi RIver Improvement rind Levee Association when asked as to net rosuljs of the convention replied That cannot vet be known MuchI of the success depends upon how extra sively the press of the handle the convention The attemiancii was a groat success and its showed how much wider interest is be big manifested in the levee problem As to the plans for the future apt Henry said As thesituation now stands the river for two yours to como is assured of 2 000000 unch your to bo spent between Cairo and the road of the pn sos Wo are reasonably sure ot getting halfof this for the levee the other half to go tothg channel work Now wo proposu mafS lug a vigorousi campaign this winter tO get un additional 2QOQtOOOOHoh YtJh lor tho levee alone to be repeated tne year following If wo can do this MD will have 8I 0000X to be spent on 1 let work in two years and this would put tin e lines in far better condition than they now are to withstand the floods M TIDE There will bemeeting of yin poultry fanoinrs of Fulton county iftld at the residence of John A McClure on lroy Ave old Strong Place Sdt urdny Nov l 1JOz nt 2 p U1 for tin purpose of organizing a Poultry Assocl atiou All interested in fancy poultry are requested to be present Mrs Cora Bcale Royster Price Henry Jhn A McClure Committee 2t 1 HICYANT FISHIMI CLUB The Bryant Fishing Club of Shelby rule Tenn which had been at Reel foot Lake a week or more returned to Hickmau Wednesday rind loft on th night train for home The club iiis composedof W L Bryant who for tin past 28 years has been an annual visitor to Wflaut Log W S Bomar W A FrosrfH M Trollinger Arthur Trol linger J S Evans F R Sandusky H L Woosley J B Green James Jef feries and John R Ruby all prominent men of Shelbyville They report an excelledt tune having caught 3128 fish Mr Frost capturing the prize winner a five pound trout COUNTY COURT Monday was county court day and considerable business wits transacted The will of A T Thompson was pro bated Deceaseds three sous A E W J and Johd M wero appointed executors of the estate but only the two last named qualified A E Thomp son not being present Joe Eberhardt and others through their attorney Hied n petition for a ne road in the upper bottoms After hearing the petition Judge Kearby made an order appointing A C Holmes John Stubbs and D O Mcauham as viewers of the site for the proposed road I The suit of J E Mihior vs John Roper and Arch Roper was dismissed by agreement the differences having been settled out of court Five new road overseers were appoin ed as follows J R Powelleight h section of State road Hud Kitnbro first section of Moscow May field road LibtrtyPaletinesection Rock Springs Fulton road and Sam Fletcher second section Hock Springs rLodgeton road I Subscribe for the CQurier t h- u Have a fit CAN FIT YOU 1111WE Try It i l + Gloves Hats Suit and for and FOU I II C AMBERG e IA AFFAIR ate must recherche social motion to take place in Hick ymni in sow time was the hall yfTUe opera house lust jiijdit given in honor of llr and youngesociet assisty ed by number of married ones The hall had been neatly deco rnted for the occasion in fall foliage and bunting and the evening was one of the most de lightful iin the of social events t The iruests bejran to arrive at 10 and shortly after the dancing began AV piths string orchestra Of Tairoi furnished excellent tnusiei The ladies gowned inl the latest fall styles were iindeed ji pretty sight the onlooker as hey gracefully about the large hall with their companions of the sterner sex Two large bowls of punch stood in a secluded corner in vitin all to par goodenatured fun was 111 over thee drinking of the harmless bever age and the jests and repartee in by the revelers added much spirit and zest to the occasion Although dancing was the principal feature of the evening yet considerable time was spent especially by the rIder people ill social About a in the party dispers ed unanimous in tho opinion tint this affair was by far the iiiicest onto that had Ibeen held ill Ilickman for a long time Those ti ho attended so far ac could be were Dr P Bt Ourlin Miss Marie Brevard Ilex Stone Miss Nina Glenn Kenneth Anderson Miss Mary AndersonGilesBondliss Jessie Islet Arch D Bow Miss Opal gates of Tiplonvile Tom Cassetty of Nashville Miss Lite hisswi Irene Fans RIL Isler Miss Kuth Stone Do Witt Amber Miss loss Zook Nick Holcombe Miss Anrgie Morgan Harry liar rett and wife A A Faris Jr J lwife H F Kemley slot and vice Ed Ellison and wite T II Millett and wife Mrs A A Faris Sr Mrs Nan CitarlestCurlin Mrs Ed Prather Mrs Roy McKinney of Paducah Mrs frA Ledford Mrs Mounrjoy JMisses Josie Faulks Blanched Case Bessie Case Frankie Reid Homer Green Addie MurreU and Mia Shaw of State Line and lessrs Lowry Stone Yarner Parham HamIDlttVJirU WHWUoa A M l 1erfrom Y A Fit is necessary to clothing Satisfaction It not styleJHeros clothing with PERFECT fitting features of a made foryourappearance besides in charao ter and charming individuality in fabric that gives t fits to the other fellows It is very apparent in these Swell Suits 10 to 15 Before Taking Cold Take Overcoatt Precautions Probably you are ready for Indian Summer but do these weather somersaults find you ready Catch our train of thought Fall OCoats Other Health Insurance Policies our Medium l weight allwool UNDERWEAR or if you want heavy weighb or cotton we have a choice assortment1 iNlWul Xwkwenr Hosiery Shoes Umbrellas Cases reliable fixings in general mull boys ASK ARROW BRAND Collars to AND COATS THE PIONEER HOUSE- s L Thursday ft history glided whoIced indulged intercourse 2 learned Ilubbardttncltx Johnson K distinctiveness SpecialsIIOYERAL WESTERN KENTUCKY DEliGHTFUL French Willie Amberg om1r White fSOLO v Qolv sMotit A restwhp for several years has been business manager and half owner of the American Baptist Flag has sold out his interest and will hence forth devote all his time to editing the Fulton Leader The Leader has grown in popularity among its Fulton constituency ever since its first issuo nearly six years ago and its recent signal victory in the city election of that t wn is but a straw that indicates the papers influence in matters political Extremists cranks and secret plotters against the general welfare of Fulton find an compromising foe in the conservative Leader laughers of Confederacy Nov 10 1903 The Private Robert Tyler Chapter met at the residence of Mrs C A Ontteu The attendance was large After the transaction of the business I byIConvention by Mrs May McKiuuey Both tho name and the Chapter were wined and dined at the State Con vention The name because of the word Private and tho Chapter because it was organized with twentysix charter members the largest number of charter members yet organized in Ken tucky Wo are frequently asked What is till object or good of the Daughters of the Confederacy I IThis Chapter will aid in the support of tho Pewee Valley Soldiers Home and it has been suggested by several that we I choose for our home work the erection of a Memorial Gateway of marble at the City Cemetery with the names of all Confederate soldiers interred there engraved upon the columns This will perhaps bo adopted as our homo work The Daughters of the Confederacy of makIIIII I nndIpublic schools and to rob the children by excessive prices in so doing The Private Robert Tyler Chapter solicits the peoplo of Fulton county especially the teachers to aid us with our Sena tors and Representatives at FranKfort this winter tin this work JESSIK E OCTTEX Sec 1 I A RUNAWAY BICYCLE Terminated with an ugly cut on the Ileg of J B Orner Frauilie Grove Ill It devolouod a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and remedies for four yoars Then Buckleus Arnica Salvo cured Erupitionsand Pine and Tar for coughs andI IWbiteGet it at Swayues drug store u IILust A CORRECTIONS week occurred an item in the Courier to the effect that Miss Jessie Brown daughter of J Ifr Brownwasmarriedter young man living on route No 2 Mr Brown states that we have been misinformed s that his daughter has not been married and does not intend to be for some time at least she being but 13 years old We sincerely re gret the publicity given the slanderous statement and the natural embarrasment of the young hfdy in question caused by it untl cheerfully make the correction 1i NOTICE No sensible well bred man will In suit me no other can- T P MOORK former pastor of Hickman Baptist church DOESNT RESPECT OLD AGE Its shameful when youth fails to show proper respect to old age but just YinsNewno matter how severe and irrespective of old ago Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever and perfectJIltS IK UUllLIX ENTERTAINS Mrs Pr O W Cutinn entertained A select few of her friends at her hospita ble residence Tuesday night The evening was spent io ocial intercourse and a progressive writing game that created much interest A prize of a handsome silver spoon was awarded to Fiuloy Randle he being declared the winner of the contest Light refreshments were served and the party dis persed about 11 p m after having went a delightful time Tho35 present were J W Roney and wife H F Remley and wife Finloy Handle Miss Irene Amberg j Arh DeBow Miss Opal Cates DeWitt Amberg Miss Rogers Chester Bon dnraut Miss Kate Reid Alex Stone Miss Nina Glenn Edwin Fuqua Miss Lulu Carpenter JUST WHAT YOU NEED CHAMBERLAINS STOMACH AND LIVER TABLETS t- Wheruvon feel dull after eating When you have no appetite When you have a bad taste in the mouth torpidWhenconstipatedWhen When you feel bilious They willf improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach bowelsPrice TTPay no your back subscription and get a guess at the jar of beans for everl50 cents so paid i y Nu r- I ti 1 h- ARE o 0h t tJ f YOU SORE U- SEaracaniphRelieves Instantly or Money Refunded Itching1 Bleeding PfleJStops the Itching Stops the Bleeding Allays all Inflammation It Cools It Soothes It Cures Sold only in 25c SOc JtOO Bottles At all good Druggists Ellison Mwairtil CompanyI rInc 11 or 0 Watches i Clocks I f AMi I It I ORNAMENTAL JEWELRY tr rAil the nnndIlet designs in useful aIf ornamental jewelry I eatery iin stuck an ixreptiqnnlly tiara i line of silverware cut Iflsn bible sets knives forks and I spoons aiM a snlection of rings lirowliw pins necklaces t watch chains and charms that is not surpassed anywhere in the First district And tthe price j wlFtlat iiPrices are Very Very Low I also repair watches foul clocks clean andirpgnlnte them and make them run like new Other duds of damaged jew k elry is also repaired and satisfaction is guaranteed My1 charge for repair work is cheap dirt cheaip considorinjr the quality of the work A trial will convince f aEMEMBEB That I guarantee satisfaction in every particular that I all here to stay and will do as advertise I I IC GSCHLENKER L if R Jeweler I HICKMAN MARBLE WORK TOM DII4f urt Marble Montunen CURIBIN VOIUv FBXfjiNU Hickman A Short Talk with ToT- e uI have taen advanced position Ilia QRQCERT BUSINESS We conic tri you with prices that RETAIL JSiTchn EQUAL We come you with rends new and the best quality direct from the manufacturer and producer come you with the best HiEin Ilickman Wo pledge our be the lowest possible the best quality GROCERIES such sell JFWe ask investigation quality and PRICES J W Rogers Son r1 Telephone 74 II HICKMAN WAGON CO BleziiAAaONSNEW RAILROAD a The Charleston and Mississippi fl railroad with Courier readers are familiar progressing slowl but surety Concerning the proposed new line antiIts connections the Oharleston Courier speaking authoritatively saystllrBryan who represents the Charleston and Mississippi railroad has been here several days negotiating rightofways wjth our folks across laud I Jllc KJIAY KKXTCCICY J rA II iI II 15 I I Sri Propr I B 11 It sx otot and anus G STONE of nil Kindt IRON 1 e Hly F 1 s All inS t no other to clean 11 e to in prices to it is to place on oft as we r an in e n n If y t River which is O River whose a- J r I HICKMAN KY FREE DELIVERY I they propose to build the r lii They have seemed rjbhtofn I from the river at Llickman Ij Charleston will tthe exception I of 1 12 mi os Considerable ofI 1 i the rightofway north of Char j luston has also been sectored an1 iI I if that north froih the Frisco hard to get they will strike a bargain with the Frisco and runI I ion that line through CommerceI to the bridge I III te i RiIdstHiid tf r r t I COAL EXPERIMENTS 4 Tests Inua urat cl at Iurtnni fe EnglandITlshert Stmly I ftrtubmurKluE lu 5oIt Vuter Some curious testa with coat r now batng wade at Portsmouth face object being to ascertain to whai sib I byIjf s f sgr the same heap were first divided 1J it three parts two of which eonta pest ten tons each and oue one ton e of the ten ton lots was next dlvf rootonfive perforated boxes were sunk httIe jlesver Wiseabe divided into five parts each it the taming two tons but instead of bib fentiref sunk in the sea these pro to be t on land and will be covered with paulin rho one ton lot was bUrJ11a fknd few days ago and a thorough teE now being made of its quaUtits g Tribe shown hy combustion 5 and In 12 months the coal in one of hood submerged boxes and also that in once of tits boxoB which have been keptn land will be compared and the ft as suit will be compared with that wh hey wng obtained when the one ton ui 1 burned a few days ago In this u y miiit the scientists and the naval authl old ties of England are confident ti dried some new and important farts can efofI learned in regard to the quantleti cowl I boat DOGS BLOW THE BELLOWS lui- IllnrkNiuIth In SeW York Ailnpt X uVf II the UiititirSuvliiK llrvieeIutellt- grult ullllllh III York i On an uptown street on the side of the city says the New York Mill f and Express hundreds of people dajr pause at a blacksmiths shop to wti t three large and intelligent Newfouift land dogs which are employed by tjte f brawny smith to work the bellows of tft forge of his shop In oue corner of tie shop is a wooden wheel about eight flit la- In diameter and wide enough tor a dgg to stand in When the wheel is at reH the dog stands in much the same poUi tiou as the horse in a childs rocker with his head always turned toward tje forge awaiting orders When told fgo ahead the boast on duty at onf starts on a brisk trot which makes tic I wheel turn around rapidly and by urea s of a crank and lever the power is coir veyed to the bellows The doss work willingly and with such intelligence that people are never weajy of watching the efforts of tly animate be to keep the smithy fires bright Eafc dog works in the wheel for one hour a1j then rests for two They cost th lr owner about two dollars a weVk each to L so asfeed and he estimates that they sate him 12 a week as otherwise It woiM require the services of two i small engine to do their work mjTROLLEY HOMES i Cur Corr poiiUIntr to the Inns iru tyu IdMnIblt Uevtliiiniiiit from Present Cuintltiuim Now that parlor cars and sleeping as1 ears on trolley lines are established we may be privileged to speculate a bit as to what will come next as an annex of the broomstick train Suppose i L we hnzard the guess that it k F be the trolley house first cousin oj the house boat says the Boston TranI script By the building of spurs and side tracts in delightful spots at country rl seashore at a fair and far distance from the main lines resting places for these moveable dwellings could be comfor tably managed At one of them a trolI ley house might remain for as long a time as contentment was the stayingI power and when this burning out the trolley pole might be put in contact withIi the wire and the trolley house trundled away to pa8ttires4jiettVOf course this is merely the rougheSfXiiline of a possible developmentqt t l chic car but It the pleasant est parUupon which the 1 aywho mind can dwelfDeiails of it like the securing of suitable drinting water and the training of every tenant of one of these dwellings to bt his own motorman may as well be left to the conisderati onAof those whose business it would be to i perfect them- ARAPAHO AND SHOSHONE IntllUD Tribes Have DUtlnrtlvc OeJJ Strut for the SuCiille Iur tleclie Lade by Them 1 The slight differences of styles whiolii occur are well exemplified in the stylq of painted rawhide bags or envelopes T the socalled partleches writes Prof Franz Boas in the Popular Science Monthly Mr St Clair has observed that the Arapaho are in the habit of laying on the colors rather delicately areas of moderate size and of following out a general arrangement of their tives In stripes that the Shoshone the other hand like large areas of solid1 colors bordered by heavy blue bands and an arrangement in which a central field is set oft rather prominently from 1ethe rest of the design This difference tati5I1a foundtojIts s Arapaho manufacture In other caaesi too most characteristic difference c infelate in the place on the partleche 10J which the design is applied The Ara Iho and ia the Shoshone never decorate path whileisthe always decl orate the sides t J I ICaud fa Prolltiiltle During the month of July 3307 vr staIIsels measuring 454573 register tons l used the North sea and Baltic ca rialtf cgalnat 3217 ships and 413466 toniineo- I duostheI marks Itbt- t a4m as I hU BACK TO THEIR LAVA BEDS I IAj I Calli1 Uuloe IndlHDM AllftirncI tit Ite Trlturn After Lung Kailc from Xu live 1tuLr MHtl 11111 1 t The last gallant remnant of tIMTglorious tribe ol Modoo Indians soon to depart fur their homes in I Ithe lava beds of the state of VasbinIi switj I nearly 30 years they have resided Muic little reservation in ludian othgrritoryLighBaxterI ItThls tribe was at one time thellat et of the brave and made the I I j lls t heroic stand for their liberty I made by any tribe or nation j own th a small body of chosen warriors is y stood off or held at bay thser jI i army of the United States formo i 1100Ilftn1I mmandlng the Cnited States foreNII killeti and wounded more IIOIdlersPn Ian there were members of their They were finally conquered after hanging rapt Jack their i i l chief and four others the bAlbid of the tribe was coralled on tho i ji node in the territory Every member j allowed to acres of pour land an were informed this was all the cold expect or in other words the root hog or die All of thewe historic members of the tribe are except Princess Mary the Capt Jack and old LuUeHtu U4 11tan old the bow and ergo nmker of the tribe CaP1 Jerk Steam Frank and Star Fated Charlie Sehack Nasty Jim and all the oldI 1 of the tribe have gone to happy hunting grounds Their Goner repose In a strange land far froia their native rocks and hills whore their forefathers are buried VOLCANOESasan OntlireiiU of SiilitirrniifMiii tlre Can lit Coinittil on ii Oieiir with CoiiMlilemble Ullllurllat Mount Vesuvius was active ageInceg0 month after a long period of Ii Denial rumblings but Ita activity wu neither strange nor unexpected AI ough not In a state of continual erolIlion this volcano pours forth lava with unusual frequency Its roost disa9lroliSand eruption was rivaled last year by thoA inrtte11boy Ique Within twelve months Stro 11alor bolt in Sicily Santa Maria In lust 0Nomala Collins In Mexico and le known vokanoe in Samoa and oth ports of the world have been active The outbreak of the subterranean fires says the Youths Companion c 111Tb counted on to scene with consider is able regularity Year In and year tnlta the newspapers will contain just ab many reports of volcanic life just one century with another the num ly ber of disasters from flood and storm will average tho soma shipwrp ks w recur with unchanging frequency and grimes of violence will repent thetftthe fivIJSawtth substantial uniformity ijo the student of statistics the round of If petition seems to go on uncenslng fhlS year repeating lastt yell anll fo Qn hark to the beginning Tint as jHovrells has well said in one of his visanncl philosophic poems the round spiral and each year finds the humsnThefamily a little higher In its struggle upward even though the plienomenn of Innnlmate nature may persist with apparently unvarying regularity 1 I TEMPLE IN JAPAN t J Some Are Sncrril to Ihr Spirit of Demi CIilldr n VUltfil Mimlly by Urrrnsed Jlntlicro There are many peculiar tempice throughout Japan those sacred to the spirits of deed children lining per baps as odd as any These temples I are mostly visited by sad One of these at Kioto says mothersII choose contains hundreds wooden Buddhas arranged on shelves sloping bacTt row upon row and cov isereel with the baby clothes of Infants I j have died under n year old At IjII Osaka Is another of these chlldrensll temples Hero too are hung eve ryII where childrens clothes offered IS the 1 mothers Tt jiI I priest sitting on a mat giventhe bereaved mother for a ree a shat of wood with the name of the dead child written on it This she takes topj another shrine where Is a pool of water issuing from the mouth of ati colossal stone tortolso The pool Is full of these shavings They are Coat into it just whore the water pours In from the tortoises mouth and happy j the woman whose chip gets wolf soaked believed that this willat once It Is Insure the child an snag passage Heaven as the water carries name to Buddha who at once es for them as he rondo them u Hume In IJtniunrU innlltDAny sober reliable farm laborer homohas saved onetenth thethe heoncovetsthls value not to exceed 11 10the gnu buy the lead by borrowing the other nlne tenths from a government fund lIe gives a mortgage on which he pays three per cent After five years he also rsPnys one per cent additional ton nrd wiping out half his debt When this half nfiHas been paid he pays 31h per cent on theand remainder until he owns the land A co operative dairy buys his cream and re fturns to him the skimmed milk for his wlhogs The latter go to the cooperative wean factory and the local branch a cooperative egg exporting house rel I cetves his eggstt I fThe grape cure at Wiesbaden ha for long time been an important feature of the autumn season at that famous health resort The worth of the cure lues in the high per gent of sugar fIn the peroorcent sugar with Important elements of acid and water y TERRIBLE PENALTY oiier Seiitfiiueil to Solitary Con lu Kraiioe Nut Altowoil I 1UIIUJlUfUt 4 II HltLaw Times makes the following comment on the sentences pawed j unIIHumberts the notorious I ndlers Some of the comments in presx uu the sentenc passed on Humbert and her husband Itbe I er pair of culprits came oft moreI III tly j betray a very imperfect appre I of its nature Five years ro I j or solitary confinement as it I understood in France is not only a t I rigorous but a terrible penalty our code offers uo parallel to it and it I IForprobable that a life sentence of penal vitude in this country would b farIj the re easily endured The solitude of an prisoner in reclnsion is all but ab j I tars The strictest silence is enforced iiof the consolai teas of religion will whatever that may amount to in sc dreadful a situation art not entirely withheld otherwise the prisoner is for to speak even to his guardian be Books are denied and which must be eral thedtion nyan mayymitigate the appalling vacancy of days and years Half an hours PX ercise Iis allowed daily in a hood whiffLIThe IcevI i t I thth1WHAT IS A FLAT of Tircil AVoniuii Hell lie It lIutlhnrlIst B llo v It In IUclllJulht from oruu AIIrtmeutatWont some one please enlighten me to the difference between a flat and anartmJtt plaintively Inquired atrwoman who had just moved to tho cif all afternoon tea Everybody Wailh willing to enlighten her says the ChiIi Tribune inWhy of course said one with rlIIexperienced air the slat has a set of speaking tubes and whistles and bet inIsII timings When you want to get I you riots tii J bell and tho door clacks yon go in before the clacking stops an apartment house there is a hall to let you In and usually an ole and telephone besides your wrong came from a nstiredlacking little woman in a corns tatfblee are only mere surface differences A Hat and an apartment may both have none or all of those thingIonly real heartrending diteren IOways this In a list It is not considered heinous crime to have children in Iabeen hunting vines and fig trees late myself and I know None of ti Ietbefig trees I looked at would tolerate my inll the same gardens any more outside ofthe DibleII I PomiN of IllxcnreI That StJII IkIittebill Skill of I ho Shiest DotMorN I In the 1or1d I king or England has shown a leThe cia interest In the promotion ui tetwo searches as to the causes and the treat meet of cancer and generous subKrip J tions have been made for thorough tin vestigations and experiments says the Now York Tribune Every step for i ward for tho relief or mitigation of j human sufferings from this mysterious disease will be welcomed eagerly Cancer advanced tuberculosis leprosy andasrheumatism In its worst forms still baf fie the skill of the ablest doctors in the world It Is of interest to nato however that Prof Hutchinson of Eng land who has given many years of haustive stldto the origin and stay el opment of Jejirosy is now even m positive than Over before In his con vlction that the eating of fish which has become putrid or in least In part spoiled is n prolific agency in the tnas crease of the number of lepers He Ills forth arguments In support of contention which are so plausible least that health officials all over the globe ought to be persuaded to adopt the most rigorous measures to prevent- Ing the salts and consumption of sea f which is in the least degree tainted j I ETIQUETTE ON THE LINKS Fnot to lie lrnrmil by SmrrlrnTana Ilnyerx from niiKtlxh Connlilcratloii rug CnduII1 Not only In the actual playing of golf gameto tho or some them fromullsthe says ton theIgames and a participant in the practice markedinEnglishmen in their bearing toward the caddies The Americans aspect allywill college boys were impatient if rhoed caddie did not at once find the ball after the drive The Englishmen did hurry or worry at all They almost In variably said Thank you when caddie did a service for which he was ing paid They consulted with the caddie usually accepted his judgment as of value even If it was sometimes in erorAtAnd they did not run One of the caddies was sent up the hill at Myopia to indicate the direction of the hole He started to otrun up the hill with his heavy bag of clubs after a sharp command from one of the college boys Dont run my lad called out the Englishman for whom he was doings asrvice weve got all the time that ti pre is In Crov4tp X Seer York The tenement Inspectors In iWof York city have found over 325QOQ oc cupied rooms which have neither 1 nor ventilation EXHIBIT OFt SCULPTURE t- ii Million Dollars Expended on Statuary Display BUILDINGS HANDSOMELY DECORATED thurs In History of iutiisiHim Vurolmsf erritury tilld Allleg riiil Story of tilt Country auov 1 In lieiiutitul Miituury the vulptural ornamentation of Worlds lair grounds and building appropriation of a halt million dol had been spade Tht total number pieces presented by this outlay beover a thouaaud Air Karl Frauiia Tin odcrf iiiitvr Chief of Sculpture Lur stuniiei out ev r sculptor ot note in the luitd States to reprtr ruh d in the work The gen scheme of sculptural ornamenta was pulsed upon and at provod by advisory ammittet foaiposed of the three foretnoit stuptors of this country Augustus St Gauihns Daniel Chester Preach and J Q A Ward srhmie itself is a poetit con c uiliiaclug in its orking out history local tutor and allegory of LoiiiHiaua territory dividing the figures an i groups into tour classes The first lss are the original owners the sol1 represented by the animals that roamed the prairies and for of the West Then the Indians second ownerS ire represented r whom came the hardy rate of discoverers explorers hunters trapper and pioneers who wrested the soil the red men The fourth and last moreycivilized men of France Span printlaliactors in its development The jub character of the centennial eel oration hu also been recognized and a festive note has bean struck in the decoration of the cascades and stair SAC INERY BUILDING with sportive groups of human and animal forms nymphs cupids horses dragons and other mythical roforms being freely used But the more serious and significant note prevails in ornamentation of the approaches to the cascades with statues represent ing the Wren fatuous in tho history of W8StiNecesfiarOy Art hill has JIterm chosen asR central point for ulptira tf tftcts Jn the topmost lilght ot this will stand the Art palacp Iirnmeii ately in IIfnt of it Festival hall Much of HIP sculpture on the former will be prnnnmnt work In marble and bronze main entrance will be flanked with pieces in marble representing Sculpture by French and Paint togaby at Gaudeus Further on in two niches will be statues of Truth by Grafly and Nature by Philip Mnrtiny A largo lironxe composition representing inspiration by Andrew OConnor will surmount them Other figures representing various art periods follows Classic Renaissance Oriental and Gothic will ornament the buildingI Festival hal the exact center of the picture will be crowned with a loess evgroup representing Apoflo and the Muses Tho sculpture for the center ovacascadew111 je by H A McNeil The fountain from which wilt Issue the caters of this cascade will be known The Fountain of Liberty Twelve colossal groups surround Its waters Idsspringing from a niche surmounted by atfigures of Liberty Truth and Justice Liberty represented as standing with hands extended pointing to the two side cascades which symbolize tho At seulptllrecof these side cascades will be done by Isidore KentI and the torrents of the two great oceans will represent the sway of liberty extended by the Louls Purchase to all the domain from the Atlantic to the Pacific The Colonnade of States will con sist of 14 seated statues of the states and territories embraced In the pur Aiaso territory These statues will ooh occupy an exedra of 100 feet anti will he colossal In size The exposl non management hopes to induce the several states represented to have them eventually cast In enduring bronze At the end of the central lagoon fac Ing Art hill will stand the Louisiana Purchase monument The monument be a shaft 100 feet high surmount by a figure of Peace standing on a notglobe supported by four figures repre sentlng the East West North and theSouth At the bnse of the monument bethere will be group compositions reJat tog to historical episodes ot the Louls fans territory the end of the grand court and near the main entrance of the exposl tlon will be a monument typifying The Apotheosis of St Louis by Charles H NIehaus On a massive architectural base Is a heroic eques trian figure of Louis IX of France the Patron saint of the city attired In the tharmor of the Thirteenth century In front of this figure are tong youthful i heralds holding aloft the crown and cross of the sainted king At the tout the equestrian statue seated among proper accessories Is a figure typIfy welcominRfightlu siiests r r f V5 j i Zfc c 1 I t tJ FORTUNE HUNTERS Marrlacen of Many Amertean Girl of Wealth to Titled Furcltnerr Turu Out Lufortuuutel I The Americangirls Isjustusualattentionregardingtheof some of the brides theirhomespwivesotEuropehumiliatingandMargaret Van Etten articlea few of the names of American women who have alltancesThereand the number might be Increased by a thorough study of the newspaper files Every woman mentioned married a title and most if not nil of them were subjects of extensive newspaper notice when their weddings occurred Their publicitytheir mbeenevery case ureddivorceshusbands Some of the daughters of Americans of wealth says the Rochester Demo crat and Chronicle have contracted anelbyed honor upon their native land in their new homes There Is no reason why rin English nobleman should not fall In love with a rich American girl mighthaveEnglish I are open to criticism but the numer ous alliances which are clearly the product of fortunehunting negotiators THE MODERN INDIAN Courses White Man nn Ailnilnnlon Fee if He Wants to SrI Mokl Snake Dance The Indians are rapidly catching on to the ways of the white man TheI MoM snake dance for 1S03 at Wolpl Arizona on the Santa Fe Is a hood example of how the modern commer cial spirit is spreading Until now visitors have been permitted to witness wltbloutI j I with what they could pick up from the camera fiends for posing and from the tourists generally for baskets pottery and blankets This year each visitor was charged a dollar with a sliding scale of special favors like going down into the kiva where the snakes are kept I The dance was Just as weird as everI and the spectators more than got the worth of their money but the oldtim ers sadly viewed the change and predict that the dance will hE dlscon tinned before many seasons haeII passed You would better go to the next one or it may be too late to see this most remarkable pagan ceremony The Santa Fe has on exhibition In its Chicago office a notable painttng by Cross of a snake dancer based on a sketch made by him while In In 1853 The difference toltllandII and today Is quite evident details of costume but the main l- eaei i much the sameCJ ALL DUE TO PHOTOGRAPHY t r HOTT the Art Hun Very Curlomlr Worked Injury to the Trade lu I x Couimerelul Kertllf er I The idea that the spread of photography could do severe injury to the trade in commercial fertilizers and espe cially to the conversion of raw phos phate into plant food seems at first sight absurd Yet so it is and in this way says Stray belmadeI be treated with sulphuric acid Nowli sulphuric acid will dissolve most metals as easily as water does sugar Platinum is almost the only metal upon which it has uo effect So in spite of their great cost manufacturers have generally employed re torts made of a platinum alloy for the concentration of sulphuric acid These retorts used to be made in Paris and cost 8500 to 13000 apiece I j1 Today such a thing as a platinum re jI tort would cost literally a fortune for platinum owing to the introduction of the platinotype process in photography has gone up from about rive dollars an ounce to the present price of 20 a ounce It is indeed nearly as costly as gold tV I BOX OFFICE SUPERSTITION I Why the CrosEyed MUD Got Four Good Seat at the Theater fur Xothluur I A newspaper man was the second in line at the box office of one of the popular theaters the other evening on the open- Ing night says the New York Times Oh thats all right Theres no charge at all for those seats The man looked surprised thanked the ticket manipulator and went on Then the newspaper man had his turn and be saidPleasei satisfy Impertinent curiosity and tell me why you wouldnt take tha man6xnoney Well said the treasurer I expec you didnt notice that that man was crosseyed Ifl bad sold him the first l tickets we wouldnt have had a bit of luck through the whole engagement i I Life la Hot Sprint 4The hot springs that contain living bacteria are much below boiling point in temperature but Mr J Adams o t Dublin reports having observed eggs of a certain mite Tyroglyphua hietios t toga that survived boillnsfor five mla IIatii i i ii iH i WELLS IN SOUTH AFRICA lnrar Arm in That Country Are Without Surface tt RlerGoeru Ianen bring Ilaut Kept Ouy Over large areas in South Africa the surface la Etreamleas and hence without ia visible water supply By boring to no Igreat depth though the desired article can almost Invariably be found says the New York Tribune An engineer in the ublic works department of the Cape Igovernment says that in the last five 2000boreholesand at least threefourths of these hive t quantities now being about 28000000 gallons The Transvaal government has also ap possibilities tiesThese facts are naturally of Interest to manufacturers of wellboring plants who are already doing a considerable 1 business with South Africa and who may expect to see that business multiplied many times over during the next few years During 1893 1899 and 1900 appli cations for the use of Cape government drills averaged about 500 annually and at present so largely have these appli cations Increased no fewer than half a hundred drills are in constant operation and the government Is said to have 1 booked sufficient work to keep the exist 1ing plant fully occupied foist least three years and further applications will therefore have to be mot by large in creases of plant and by extensive private enterprise In the same direrectlon COINS WHICH HAD THEIR DAY Cold 1Lrer Vhirh Arc Rnre and Curl uuSomr Which Collector Are Aiixlouv to Obtain Recent mention of the disappearance of the 5250 gold piece from circulation and the premium this coin commands as a curio has set many to rummaging In old pocketbooks and the bottoms of cash boxes and drawers in search of odd or outofdate coins says the Portland Ore gonlan Some have found a 2501piece but not many The 3 piece once quite common but always a sort of curiosity Is oftener found and many have speci mens of the little gold coins representing 25 cents and 50 cents which were not minted by the government and probably have not so much gold In them as they represent They used to pass as coin buttwere never In general circulation being so easily lost that they soon became scarce One of the handsomest coin relics seen is a 10 gold piece bearing the mint stamp of 1799 It Is larger than the present 10 piece The owner has It hung in a band and wears it at a charm on his watch chain The owner says he refused an offer of 150 for this relic The old octagonal 50 pieces were quite common in California in surly days when sold dust was largely used as a circulating medium They were made of pure gold and while they had not the elegant finish of the gold coins minted by the government in these days many still remember them as tits handsomest coin they ever saw Many people now would consider them handsome on ac count of the 50 in them A NOBLE RED MAN razy Snnkr Louder of Ketoownb- lailiun AVuntH Uncle Sum tu Enforce Old Treaty Chitto Harjo known as Crazy Snake leader of the Ketoowah band of Creek Indians ties announced that be will go to Washington to have an interview with President Roosevelt says the Kansas City Journal Crazy Snaze has the distinction of being the last Indian In the United States rebellious enough for Uncle Sam to order several com panies of regulars out to keep him within bounds This happened two years ago when he declared war against the government and since that foriheld near Tahlequah last week each tribe named a delegate to go with Crazy Snake to Washington They are ad herents of the old treaty of 1832 which provided that the Indians should their land In common holdII the old tribal laws as long as and grass grows The old warrior an the delegates named to accompany him interproIto make their wishes known to the themII ident They will ask him to enforce the treaty of 1832 MANIAnCyclUt and AiitomoblH Said to De velop Charucterifctica Foreign to Them Wlieu In Normal State The conviction is gaining ground ii among scientific men that indulgence in extraordinary speeds of transition voluntarily controlled breeds in the human species a form of disease capable of development to the degree ol delirium S88a London exchange The disease is generally referred to as the speed craze or spend mania 13 yII a rather strange coincidence a dlsI cussiou on this subject took place at the Societe de Hypnologie et de Psy ii chologie In Paris only a few days before the tragic death of Zborowaki One of the speakers XL Dr HatchetSoup pot sition to increase speed oi carrietaway by the thereof They have no longer control of them selves they are Intoxicated They then develop characteristics which are for sign to them when in the normal state boastfulness combativeness crabbed ness hatred mischievousness and vio fence These characteristics vary inform and degree but may attain a maxi fmum in the cyclist and automoblist Ballets Swift Flight A shell from a 12Inch gun makes Ue flight of nine miles in 42 seconds c I I BLACK DRAUGHT STOCK andiIi POULTRYMEDICINE j I Stock and poultry have few troubles which are nut bowel and i I liver irregularities B I a l kIDraught Stock and Poultry Medi cine is a bowel and liver remedy fur stock It puts the organs of digestion in a perfect Prominent American CllwJllIonI I farmers keep their herd and f1lCksIhealthy by giving them an 1Clajj i sional dose of Black Draught S and Poultry Medicine in their food Any stock raiser may icy it- 2ident halfpound airtight lan of this medicine from his dealer and keep his stock in vigorous I health for weeks Dealern generally I I Poultry keep Medicine BhtckDraupht If yours Stock IlndII not send 25 cents for a sanmle I can to the manufacturers ThIChatUnooga Medicine Cu I I tanooga TennIi ROVHKUX GA Jan 30 1902 BWckDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine U the best lever tried Our i stock was looking bad when you 8ntii me the medicine and now they getting so tine They are look areII per cent better 8 P BROCKINQTON Cash look Stafa1 Splen lid Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATONEBY STATONEBYNOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to late- MARY HKHESDRS Co I WHOLrSALE HOUSE RAIDED Saturday night Sheriff Car pouter mid a forge of deputies innde a raid on the wholesale beer hwis jin 11rSt liickmau old served 2 warrants on dif foront ituliviIItIItJS Lindo Mur phy nnd John Perry who cnmb hero from Mnyfield were chnrgcd on peven separate counts with hnftte intr eleven young men living in Vest gild were served with warrants charging them with shooting craps nnd the balance of the wnrrnnts were on charges of disturbing tthe pence Perry and Murphy were called for trial Monday before Judge Kearby but the cases against them were continued until next Tuesday Murphys bUild being fixed at 450 and Perrys at 350 They could not give the required sureties and went to jail to await the making of a bond Some of the young men chnrg ed with shooting craps left town between Saturday night and Monday morning andwere not present to answer to jhe charges again t them Those who did remain were each fined 2000 hdeach ease The trials of those charged with disturbing the peaoe were continued until next Tuesday Tuesday morningi the Cook Brewing Go of Evansville Ind made bond for ilinrphyuui Perry and the men were released Cooks representative however gave them to understand that i approved of nothing but a strictly legitimate business wherein all the requirements of the law were fulfilled and that they neithe- countenutred nor toleratedviola tions of the legalI restrictions placed upon the business any where Are You iloliiK Wnsll Beginning September 15th mind con tinning every day therenfter until November JSOth there will be u special ate to all points in Washington Ore Ion Idaho and British Columbia For maps rite routes and other i M forum hwegelDhtrict 1 Central Ilv 407 Traction Bldg Cin cinnati Oaio Have Your Clothes-i Made to Measure z i They cost you no more than the readymade kind service e considered and no matter how much nor how long they are worn the3ttily made suit no matter how expensive t11e material will Sot r look well at any stage of its existence It is the workman ship employed in their manufacture that tells the story ofii IIgood clothes One can always tell by merely a uperficialtff- I r whether a mans garments are tailor made or the r i otherif A stylish well made well fitting tailor made suit costs you thanii no more Vg o ITA RANTER SATISFACTION l i J i fIff- ff H I Hepoer nod Sutherland CITY AXD HICK MANi1 1UlITON i With BALTZRR DODDS IUCKMAN FIRST 1j1 OVHR HALLS OLD STAND UNION OITY T TIME OF TRAm AT UNlOiS OITV North Bound No 2 Loaves daily 11 L1 a m No 4 Loaves M 110It m No 12 Leaves mekdayi UtU p in South Bound No 1 Leaves daily 888 p m No3 Leaves 855u in No 15 Leave wk day uixM 760 to in- C S CLARKE General Manager ST LOUIS- C M SHEPARD JNO M BEALL f GenirawVAKt Awt aenl Pawr Agt MOBILE ST LOUIS ifFor a pleasant physic ink Cinniiifr HUrl 8 Stomach and Liver TahUts tfLsy to take Pleasant m uHVot bur silo by T T Swuvne f f CHEAP LANDS Fur Ilomeseekers and Colonies I The country along the Cotton Belt Route in Southeast Missou ri Arans as Northwest Louisii ana and Texas oflers the great est opportunities for homeseelc ers Mild climate good water cheap building material abun dance of fuej and sail that will often in a single season yield enough to pay for the ground Land can hi bought as cheal ac 5oan acre prairie land at H and tti1er acre up bottom land tat 5 and i6 per acre up im proved or partly cleared land at 10 tool all per acre up Sonic fine propositionsi for coloniesi atra 1 to 10 per acre big money in thisfor a good organizer Fruit uultruckIntitis in the famous peach old tomato J bolt of East Texas at 10 to 820 per acre up Write us fur information about cheap rates excursion ilutes also literature descriptive of this great country anti let us help you find u home that will cost no more than tits rent you every year Iou 1tP f T A Cotton licit Monte St Louis Mo V1 INV NVJWS VV VNWVVVaMV W f For uptodate1 1 work go to tile City Barber Shop the lead i I ing and largest Tonsorial Parlor where you will find first I clnssl workmen such as 11 R Ivey R U Caldwell and Will Corwin who vnll strive to please you Hot and oolcl1 baths WILL CROWELL PROP n FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK a Qli tOM St1aet i =G it 7 JIK7i Absolute Safety is the Basis Thai we offer to depositors Other in ducements are of secondary importance V IUponl I 41 J f OMT Cashier IH BUCHANAN Presdellt 1V 1 DIREOTqS iI- ti 1 JI JJIDnDI = t a r HICKMINfBBNK4 NKYIo J Capital Stock Paid 5000000 UH Vice find ti strongBoardIer iliberality4B f banking methods 4 l lnr1 TYLER President C A nOIJUO President Surplus Undivided Profits 2000000 tW rI01DSON Cashi- S AMBERG Asst Cash To cure or money refunded by your merchant so why not try it Price boo i h J lJ 1wiT n- rj IIj 6f At J1C rbuH r or A STORE FOR ALL Thc PEOPLE W 4Ti Ours is not a store for any one classit is a store for alljthel people The same effort to satisfy is made whether the v purchasefi of printing the truth and doing as we advertise1 is bringing its ownjrewavcl Come in this 1weeksee thow we have prepared for your every want of the season Yon will not be dlS1 IU11I 1 t cJcs will please you Wthtc jU I lltry Although the season is well advanced you will find that by reordering continually we still have a complete stock on hand and can give you any stylo of hat that you may desire from the stylish dress hat to the plain walking hats In Childrens Hats wo are also well able to supply your every want and our assortment of Baby Caps and Moods cannot be equaled in Hickm in The large business we are enjoying in this line proves conclusively that our Prices are Right m faU11- You 1- t nd Winttr wJ OJ iishI j j SII will be pleased with the many patterns we are showing because they are strictly the latestr WeL would be pleased to have you see them A r beautiful assortment of full fleeced Flannelette heavy warm goods for sac Iles II 1r It waists and dresses 7 a Y yard onlyY Il Pure Dyed an entirely new col lection of in I iJ the best a yard for anti II 1b yellowyardlOc ion Punjab Penang patterns quality lOc and I2c Elegant Drapery Silkolenes spreads 12 a15cS4 andIII nQts white and colors the largest stock in Hickman from yardw1 I Womens New i I Winter wraps ranging S4 townW patterns Ours a complete style new fabric represented desirable allre centjarrivals very clever creations representative the most charming tile season- Ladies JAckets lack blue and tan pricls range from without col lags ifeltonslihi lenesand Beavers S400 1400 Ladies Military Coats threefourths length ZibilonesI IIand Broadcloths positmly the feY lto ycomfortable wrapiiade J sig Warm Winter Wraps Misses fitting jackets ibilines and ribrowni M Misses militvL1 n effects all thoJ leading shades I fnneyII I hi1 Jackets eight twelve years old trimmed with tnncy braids and buttons tlong coats wiii or capsy and collars till shades and materialsI front i Infants Jackets and long cloaks I 35o to 25O u tr1 r1j Mens and Me- nsCLOTHING l l i In our largo stock of I priooI Frqii tO O wo know aro showiiiMI newer Styles and bettor values than any store 1 fffine1 an hn for fall lined with lpure wool sorgo with silk absolutely correct fashion aiicP makin to4+ I the best values AvS could get more for them easily but toq JGiver Such IfWir all the time that store will become their neat trading place Come and examine these suitsfal1 from 2i t if I sti 4 to sti i I t L is indeed most and higl lass stock JEvery new is her evory J color They are of effects of H close 250 to 5 Ladis Box Coats with or to j in j LJ jfat 41 P close in 250 to 750 Box Coats in 510 G hens to in v 1 this 00 S125 to Childrens x10t1t and suits and S3 to S8 braided embroidered obtainable NOVELTIES t We received on Ilast a salai newest novelties 1 PURSES The latest white red and all colors with leather and chain handles fitted up with mirrors and bottles ANOV PINS crossbones and hulls BELTS black red find white also silk belts bask and front buckles and straight front effects HAIR COMBS and pins in the latest de signs and the new PUFF comb that takes the place of the unsanitary rat Underwear Our stock of underwear for each member of the familyI is not surpassed in size variety or values by any store in Htickman Whatever you need you can come here confident of get ting it at a low a price as it can he sold for Mensheavv fleecelined and cottonribbed i underwear ecru and all fancy colors per fens fine camels hair and natural wool shirts and drawers plain and j ri11lFl garment oJC Women = lorsev ribbed iloooo lined union I suits high nock and long sleeves JOe 1vpstssuits perfect fitting peragarment 1vestsI and jersey ribbed all sues per garment I Boys Misses and Childrens heavy t union suits 3oc and oOc flppcedII 1n l I We have the choicest and largest selections of Mens and Boys Overcoats Whieh have ever been shown here at prices that cannot be duplicated in this and we guarantee fit and satisfaction Young in S5Q we in sowcd in unqualifiedly wo intend f Exceptional Bargains ponAii 20 eveif fitting 2oto 8450I AND ELTS Tuesday in STICK in patent leather Winter in garment I jersev city Mens and Youths OVERCOATS Come in all the lately introduced ides including the BELTED BACK com We imvo then out extra long in the loose box hack the medium 1 length coats They aromado in all the mostt approved overcoat mntorials including the hobby Scotch chev jots in the gray and oxford shades also plain black Irish Frieze Our coats for men range in price and value front to 18 tho line at 125O and 35 being ospocially strong and like our suits every at is lrlafunded FOR YOUTHS we show coats from 875 to 750t corresponding in excellonce and style to nions coat tnonuho foshionod distinctively for young mens wear JOe I 2c b I 35c 40c I SI5O I 500 1 at and or 5 I I SZWZTIIC aMEIIGro ZV JckJ1an Kv