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O rf E HICKM tJOU 4- RiIEBet l t 1ti iI rp l 3 w- c r i 0 j OLDEST NEWSPAPER= IN ERNK NTUCKY Cr ffd IoV 1j I ESTABLISHED 1859 lMMsLena Threlkeld teb y0 ICIMAN FULTON COUNTY AUGUST 271904 VOLUME 1 N v 11t 1 J+ r rS0 C r I 1 v o f I J TIlE EUREKA Steel Ranges rr 1 i 4 kr 1 are as good as the best f TOP COOKING SURFACEr 30 3G e swJJ i AiJ b jDVeri 12 inch ts liolitT If J + 17Jnclws lvulcI r 21cc cleo tlJ Balalced ovcilidoorrT 1 tr 1t- o r t h IA n y5r 1 a IIt t is a wellestnblished fact andconccided bYthcp bl 9ilsonernl that Cast Iron Cook Stoves andRaiiAcs aro thingss Of tte- land past superseded by steelranges on account of their great durability su perior baking and cooking qualities and economy in the consumption of fuel The indestructibility ofwrought steel as compared witli cast f iron nt once establislies its uperiority for cooking ranges rjlr6l cold t rolled steel plato used in tlio ponstriitftion i of the Eureka R liio has i many advantages1 Malleable steel plate iisTa t1 high grade of meta1 ih its c purest state rolled into 111th s yithJiigh pressure that nott only insures a uiuforiri Jfckness but increases its density by compressing more closelyA its vex urx mt inr ifecitill l mil M r i e hits q JOduccl ti t iPPlPilpIC J ages of combustion Another strong recommendation in fa vor of Steel Plate is its excellence of construction of all parts subjected to the different degrees of heat while it dues not blister orIscale andowing to its density and fineness of grain fis not affected by r rustt CONSTRUCTIONThe bodies andovens of the Eureka Range are Y patY ent leveled having an even and smooth surface and free from scale The ovens are closely boiler riveted to the bodies of the ranges making per fectlyl tight joints proof against ashes dust and soot The bottoms of r the ovens are securely braced with heavy steel channel bars running di i agonally across which are riveted to the bottom of ovens with counter sunk head rivets thus absolutely preventing their warping or buckling I FIRE 4 BOX The fire box of the Eureka Range is mountedwith a Duplex Grate Burns wood or coal Asbestos Lined Flues The flues and end of the fire box are asbestos lined Asbestos being a fire proof material indestructible and a non conductor it prevents the heat radiating into the room and effectually confines it within the range against the oven which tends to great econ omy in thb consunlption of fuel and insures great durability of the range TOP WARMINGg closet of the Eureka Range is novel and beautiful and has revolving door which swings up under the top of the closet out of the way taking up no space and per S mitting the whole of the interior of the closet to be exposed while plac ing in food to be warme- dJAPANNtNGThe bodies of the ranges and closets are dippedand baked to a high degree of heat insuring them to withstand long usage A In fact the Eureka Range ought and will with care last a lifetime r PRICE 25001 c Ellisoni Mercantile CoIncur w rqd 1T UICK1 ANy XENTIJCKYt O ir j r c i I N t tto i ii7Z1 i tJ Yr k J 5 l Jr TI C JYffIr 7tt t y r 1- V S rnidisli Atteiripid t I liqt1 t rtiI Mdey morniug or 1ri Sreok bay UtboilrLnu boura of 9 aiillt6 V I ir 7 t b lip f i I JJ- w alehttdtttsr I1 t t1 1irAOIl Jaw tie and exth clnes tt ctty ol the UHIt mass BIi1 a- Hk rttd The arty d Pussad the uecoasary oidllilf ptt gggcdto carry out tho law und titer wr5J J Gpt from tho law whisk nro publteh iI J gpw will be of mtorost and bpiipliff vG citizlms tUw officer of registration Shnll tits the voting precinctsi oft thu first in Octobor iii oueh yeur from tily of six in the morniuj to nine t voniiig avid ou suthoUror dnvn 1 i ouitcil of Saul etas may eR 1 lfty rn i3 1 11rt 1 Uriahc1I Irovidetl owoer ttJt10IT last llay qt registration shall bo ilxoil by said onliiauco not later than the third Tuesday in October etcr uNo IIJ TSOII yha11 ba registered who does not ipersohally appoar boforo tho of ollicors of rc istnitiou aud if ho ho notfciersouthy mown to one of tho oUieorg or if any 1istsinder shall doinand it ho jlj lI oner topobing his qualifications as provid cd by I vtJ1Siii registration day in October a shun bo known us tho gouoral registration baud any person thou registered rna tloto at all elections until tho next bJoncrtI comes dUqnllifiod after registering orrtI period i+ bali IK iutitled to bo registered whocould be nntitlod to vote at tho nex ueeeedag election as provided bylaw IVhoroI ditiomillrociaration day or days said 1 city shall pay all expense ofsumo at the sunlrnto as paid for heroin by tho jllegigtrationlars er day by the county and thoro alinlubo two judges u sboriflC and itit utorm iiiy person entitled to register who was necessarily absent from the city of hh r sictoncoduring the days allowed for n gistration heroin or who was ill dnriigsaid time or who was uuabjo to attendi the place of registn tion daring saidttmot on account of siokuw rj som lnal11edmember of his family may have msuamo placed on the registry for the p cinct in which ho livosattending tho county clerks office at tho tirnesjfepuciued Monday Tuesday an Wednesday preceding tho Novetub- uelectiu and ranking aflldavit before tholplrk showing the absence or sickness treferred to abovo It C v1 trrested for Horse Stealing I Tb Nashvillo hews under date o Aug IBth coutamud tho tullowing sent nnUruin Union City Johi Lannon Albs toward and Ellu Joukins charg broultblhereI charued with stealing n horeo and buggy frd v u man named Clark noar May Held Ky and a line horse from Dick 6ouCm who lives sovonil miles from herer laving tho horse stolon frum Mr Olarfeft its pluco The horse the two securifrom Corn l was traded oft at Cntue eampmeotirtg They will be ta ken bok yto Kentucky to answer tbo chargejjfBteaHng Clarks horsei +jp UfWiBtiMihino Jjlonr nonebettcr I L i 7 ELEVEN ENTER THi CONTEST t HtorJ ur i v Vff V r M v RICkman Courier L fi ti 4 i t 1 r 1r4111 fIinterest is ManiO z tJjj 35rVOsi j t fest ItselfJ r4j Jt Seytiq oi Ii p6 tit1o i Itilri Bessie Alexander Leads t- t e torday uiornibR the Ballot box q1CO was opeaedand tho votes tar in onr popular contest Were IPpj Tlio connt disclosed t11ti tll1fPrQ1Q2fbrhallo ltav Rbeeo cut from lash Paitkt cor f others Froml 1 can 1garri d g Id ihAhy names E b utor6d from different sections fli dodritry next voolr Wo guanm WolutQ failnet to all and wtl from iidiei count and publish llib yrotca Lroii qoh hnve5yieai dSo far frwott Satisfied with the r prpgrcsa uiado- jjijMt coutest Tho beautiful 0 K fiJjluBfi piano cams In Wodnjesdiiy end feltmwrJbn exhibition iu the Courier ic1fR5ii wishintG to enter their frleuds t f yTI III Q pf 1 1 J i COURSEIh 1 ir f l E R A OOlI 02 t it2ty Jf4i Conestant lives in county t a AU 27 4 J L I i yLItDrlraKEAl1BY 9Y J lIn this issue of the Courier will ho found j the announcement 11 1f Kcurby who comes be the people asking an endorsement s of his record as judge Hiram Kearby was horn the old Egbert farm in flick county ii 1852 While yet young man he moved to this 1 county and settled on farm near Alexander where he lived until county judge Since at time he has lived in Hick man A man of much energy coupled with natural ability null conservatism makes Kear by peculiarly fitted for the office he seeks This is proven by the way he has conducted the affairs of the county Since uelge Kearby has been in office he has paid especial attention to the county roads and under hi direction vast improvement in all the roads has been seen One of too iron bridges in the county was built and paid for during his iwlmimstrtion When tio 1 0 railroad put inn new track Ilea Fulton it became necessary to make an overhead crossing The ruilroad company in order to build as cheap as possible made bolldKearr by always alert to countys in terest forced the company to grade down both ends for per haps quarter of mile in all themto which is considerable savins to the county making good road to haul over This is simply given as one of the instances where Judge KearbyJs Js foresight nits judgment has heel of benefit to the Undo Judge Kearby administration the new court house was built und paid for the matter being fi successfully that no nanced so toneeft tinY extra burden or hqhardshipMven thief county an economical administrationh wWioqt being Si v 4 I q ilitfa this contest are asked v rnlesgovornimjthe eojitwttwwl+ seud in y i or britlJjinyoar votes C of tboricfHlfoad yi witered and the aumlr ct 5 3 of votes roiBd bK each fe published 1 below They are as follow j U t iMiss Bessie Alexander 300 r Mabelle Fuqtia 207 Mrs Allison tylef 20 Miss Mttrie = Brcvaikl 100 Mrs Lena Tlixelkeld V10J 7 1finorai mith 1QO t tartar V 100 Il LucyJBurrus 100 Honker reeri 100J ElltStoehr 1 rt 10Ol tvMrs Chas Isb l v lOa of y a of YYTtT c h 4 ty N l s THE mlai T r ci0INiEST A m 1 t is 1 T t Jt r 9 county a elected Judge already a l a a felves a besides a county s 1 n toreAath8 TllmM Jor t z 1 Mlnle ct If 1t 400 7 1 nmgnardlrutd if reelected eaa a c have a right to expect that ate r will continue to do sorThe election held at Ma fi ltliSaturday on the whiskey ques tion resulted in an overwhelming victory for local option For years back this same old fight t has continued in Mayfield and each time the victory for the ijrugs is more pronounced This year the vote was 2GS for saloons and 543 against a majori ty of 275 for the temporance peo plo and this by tho way is the result of elections in nearly all R towns whore prohibition has been tried T N SMITH Today we announce Hon T N Smith a candidate for county at torneyof Fulton county subject democratics r mtthtlneeds peopleidentified with its interest for many years Mr Smith was born inr1867 and has lived here all his lifo He began the practice of law in 1892 and since that time F has stuck close to his chosen pro y fession He has been a student 1all his life and with the practical training ho has gained in a large c and growing practice ho is fully qualified to discharge the duties of the oflice In politics Mr f Snith has ever been an ardent i democrat always supporting tho party nominees and makingi5 speeches in their interest when j occasion demanded Personally i Torn Smith is agreeable and corn 4 L pauionable broadminded and fliberal and ho snakes friends 1 f wherever he is known As an r officer of the county he would discharge the duties encllllhcllf i upon him faithfully without r s or favor We commend him to the consideration of the voters xi r J P Bwuioa of Wiugo sp ut Swidiy i- In the city 1 yct 5 L I L 4 i fi J y irI c 7 1 Hickman Courier PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY HICKMAN KENTUCKY It was reported on the 17th that the Port Arthur garrison had refused to surrender and was disinclined to send out noncombatants It was reported on the 17th that a rebellion had broken out in the Mont ealla river district of the Congo Free State and that troops have been sent there fHenry Heltfeld of Lewiston ex United States senator was on the 16th nominated for governor of Idaho by acclamation by the democratic state convention r The report recently circulated that a Norwegian whaler had found north of Spitzbergen a bottle containing a letter from Prof Andre dated In 1898 proves to boa hoax The Paraguayan Insurgents have Belied another steamer which had on board the minister of war and a small escort The minister and his companions were made prisoners Two men killed and twenty or more persons were Injured in a severe storm which descended suddenly and almost without warning on a small section of North St Louis on the 19th The funeral of former Gov Geo E Lounsbury of Connecticut who died on August 16at Brldgeportwas held on the 18th Rt Rev George Worthington bishop of Nebraska officiating Japan has officially notified Great Britain that she does not propose to give up the Russian torpedo boat de stroyer Ryeshitelni captured In the barbor of CheFoo August 12 Corporation Counsel Tolman has given to Mayor Harrison of Chicago an opinion decIlrlngthat the packers of the stock yards have no legal right to Louse men in their packing houses What is called a petrified body of an Indian was found on the farm of RogErs long perfect in every feature and do tall The St Petersburg correspondent of the Petit Journal says tho assassin of M Do Plehve late minister of the in terior has been Identified as a Rus- sIan nobleman of the name of Sazo noff Secretary Taft has fixed September 28 as the date for a hearing of Interests involved in the appeal of the state of Missouri to have the United States take possession of the fit Louisv Merchants bridge i Advicea from ConsulGeneral Patter eon at Calcutta India state that acc- ordIng to the governments final mem orandum on the wheat crop of 190304 the season has been exceptionally vorable for wheat YorkJhave taken steps toward putting an end to the era of blackmailing and kidnaping of their countrymen by per Bons declared to be Sicilian and Nea politan criminals Mrs Ingersoll widow of the late Robert G Ingersoll of New York was on the 18th given a favorable de cision in a suit to recover a large byherThe Canadian government has lodged a formal complaint with the British authorities regarding the Indignity of fered to the flag of the dominion by a British consular officer in a South American port a few weeks ago 1pDespite the protest of the Christian Endeavor societies of Connecticut the traditional bottle of wine will be r broken across the prow of the battle ship Connecticut when she Is launched at the New York navy yard next month p It was stated at the bureau of Immi gratIon in Washington on the 16th that its officials in charge at New York ave instructions not to detain Mrs Maybrlck now on her way to America English p Gen Wilmon W Blackmar of Bos ton was elected commanderinchlef of the G AR by acclamation at the closing session of the national en campment in that city on the 18th Denver Col was selected as the place for the encampment of 1905 The funeral services of exSenator Vest were held at the Vest cottage at Sweet Springs Mo on the 10th con ducted by Rev J O Shackelford as Fisted Jby Rev O H Morton A vast crowd assembled The services were brief and simple The remains were taken to St Louis Henry G Davis on the 17th was formally notified of and formally ac cepted his nomination by tho democratic party for vicepresident of the United States The ceremonies took ndsrof Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs W Va and were marked by simplicity In every detaiL A special train from Cincinnati fcoupd lor Coronado beach California ana running as the second section of Jfo i on the AtchiMn Topeka Santa Vie railway as ditched oat mile east tScrantoB Kas OR the 17th One person was fatally Inured five were hurt seriously and slxtothers sustained alight injuries i J r rc 7 t r j w 0 CURRENT TOPICS THE NEWS IS BRIEr PERSONAL ANti GENERAL With clothing saturated with kero sene writhing and twisting in their agony Paul Reed and Will Cato ne- groes two of the principals In the murder and burning of Honry Hodges and wife and three of their children six miles from Statesboro Ga by a mob at Stateeboro wero burned at the stake on the 16th Four people were killed another fa tally hurt and 23 severely injured In a collision In Chicago on the 17th between an express train on the Chicago Great Western railroad and a train of three trolley cars bound for Haw thorne race track i A fire which did slight damage in the upper story of a building at 1679 Wabash avenue Chicago on the 17th was the cause of a panic among the guests of tho Palmer house which adjoins the building in which the fire occurred Mack Fray and John Bartholomew stock raisers from Cantrll Iowa were mistaken for strike breakers on the 17th In Chicago dragged from a streetcar and beaten beyond recognition Mrs Mary E Fuller wife of Chief Justice Melville W Fuller of tho United States supreme court died sud denly of heart disease on the evening of the 17th while sitting on the plawa of her summer cottage at Sorrento Me Tho body was taken to Chicago for Interment VIlfVOstoka officer on tho cruisers Rossla aiii Grombol was either killed or wounded in the battle of the 14th and the ves sels completely riddled their guns and engines being partially disabled Both vessels lost 25 per cent of their crows Gen Kuropatkfn has Informed the czar that the forthcoming battle south of Llao Yang will be of the mbst des perate character This is taken to indicate that the Russians have aban doned their tactics of retreat The Japanese have captured mop of tire outer defenses of Port Arthur in cluding the Dragon forts Refugees from Port Arthur arriving at Che Foo assert that the Japanese lost 20000 men In recent assaults but how they found out Is not disclosed The fiercest riot incident to the stock yards riot in Chicago broke out on the night of tho 18th when desti tute and hungry residents on the wOlf side of the stock yards tried to capture and kill eight steers which had es caped from the stock yards Many wore Injured in a fight with the police The storm which struck North St Louis on the afternoon of the 19th crossed the river anil attacked Madi son Ill killing three persons and in juring about ono hundred who wure caught In wrecked buildings Several houseboats tugs ind launches were wrecked St Louis was ririod by a vi flint sJoclrcal storm on the night of the 19li accompanied ya heavy rainfall QwJrierablej damage was done at tlc WorM fair grounds aid many of ihe fortgmrs housed livre were terribly frightened Tho Utah and Illinois buildings suffered the worst and the lighting system was interfered with VIceAdmiral Prince Duktomsky naval commander at Port Arthur has received Imperative orders not to allow any of his ships to fall into Japan jse hands If he can not save them by v successful sortie ho is to absolutely wreck them- Arrangements have been made for a reunion of the Gorham family at the Worlds fair October 4 The meeting will take place in the Maine state building and It is expected that a ilargo number bearing the name of Gor ham will gather at the exposition at that time Thomas E Watson of Georgia tho peoplos party candidate for president ind Thomas T Tibbles of Nebraska vicepresidential candiate were formally notified on the 18th bf their nomination at Cooper Union in New York Allen Hethington a prominent and prosperous young white farmer and saw mill owner of Cotton county S C was shot and killed on the 18th by a negro named Sam Brown Charles G Kennison president of the Cripple Creek Col Miners union charged with inciting the Victor riot of June 6 was released from jail on the 18th on a 2500 bond Three insurgent vessels bombarded Ascinclonr the capital of Paraguay on the 17th for 40 minutes Charles E Shlvley of Richmond End was on the 18th chosen supreme chancellor of the Knights of Pythias succeeding Tracy R Bangs of North DakotaAfter being out nearly twentyfour hours and unable to agree i pon a verdict the jury in the Lee Trueblood bribery case at Jefferson City Mo was discharged on the 19th It stood eight for conviction to four for acquit haYing6rlStone not to prosecute an assault case Charles W Spaldlng the former bank president of Chicago who was convicted and sentenced to ten years Im prisonment for embezzlement wan discharged from the penitentiary by Judge Dunne on the 19th The order of the court discharging the exbanker from custody was based on a technicality in the original Indictment- A cloudburst on the 19th at Globe Ariz has resulted In several deaths and the destruction of much property The funeral of Mrs Davis wife of Gen Geo W Davis governor of the Panama canal zone was conducted at SfMatthews church in Washington on the 19th after which burial services theremabr 4 i i ji HON HENRY G t DAVIS IS DULY NOTIFIED Democratic VicePresidential Candi date Given the Official Tip At WHITE SULPHUR SPRING- hundreds of Eiitliuslntle Demo cratn From Virginia niiil fior li derlnsr StiiteH AVltuvKxed the ceremony iiiii W 4 era steiHl on all sides oo1lsIit i ijUy huge sproeWng day Aas an Moat one from fevarjr i standklntjHumlreds democrati1hadbordering states and heavy tralnloadis brought others from a distance Moun taineers came on horeebeck on foot and in wagons with their families A11U Utmoftt Sliiiiillulty The ceremonies were marked by the utmost simplicity The famous Stonej wall brigade band of Staunton VatJ organized by Gen Jackson played stIr ring airs A pretty incident occurfed at the concluSion Or loe cermn ncsII when a delegation of 17 ladles from Atlanta Ga headed by Mrs W L Peel all bearing the Georgia state flag came forward to congratulate the candidate These same ladies tendered Judge Parker a reception in Atlanta last June Chairman Thomas Taggart of the national committee who had planned to attend the ceremonies wired that It would be impossible for him to get wisstheYork democracy present Mr lluvlH AViix Out Early 1ew1 Mr Davis was an early riser morning His attire was a dark busjjj ness suit with sack coat made dlw whiteJshirttacheil and black tie He mingled freely with the thron on the broad hotel veranda and hel many impromptu receptions in the corridors Mr Davis gave evidence qfj good spirits and health and evince keen Interest In meeting his old friends and making new ones m The notification committee with 31 members present 15 of whom were proxies met In the hotel parlor at 1 a m organized and then set fcr I110wIngI1 vlcepresldentla nominee wo have the honor lathname of the democratic national con vention which was held at St Louis on July C to8 to announce to you win that degree of formality whIchcus tom and respectful observance pre scribe the fact that you were unanl theirchoiceStates for the term Beginning on hf4th of March 1905 and to request4spectlvely your acceptance of the nqa ination Knowing that we ought te succed and confiding In the good sense of the American people for succes wo are regardYoursr3 JOHN SHARRP WILLIAMS Chairman- W R MCAULL Secretary Speccltmaktnic Deterred Perry Belmont and Commlttceiaaa pEonsIKansas j accident caused by an Inexperleiiei chaffeur who drove the machine OTlJr a tenfoot embankment near Lett Summit Jfo The injured are allf rKansas City H1 Evidently a Salcde Chicago Aug d8A man snpp to be J Dloeckler of Indepeac1 Kas was found dead In JaeksoaTuesday night He had evidentlyf 4 mltted suicide by shooting fthroughJ- t 0 frt 1Iroes H Vahey of Massachusetts es Ckted Mr Davis to the parlor where tie committee was in waiting He received with applause When It had qulted Mr Williams r accessing Mr Davis said tJater on in the day we will hayo certain exercises which will be of course In tho nature of a surprise toI you At present the committee de sires me to present you fqrmally writ ten notice of your noralnatioato which you are to make response later on daySplr the letter and remarked Your chairman has told me to mako response later on I hope wSwIll all make response in Novem beta Laughter and applause greeted thisI sjnljmerit and the meeting adjourned itsr in the day In response to an 4ng speech delivered by HonJohnI Williams chairman of the noti m committee Mr Davis said InL ae official notification which youI j of my nomination for the vice fancy of the United States by the Opt democracy gives me a feeling I Tncorest gratitude to my party lit honor conferred At the same ft brings to me a deeg sense of rMpraelbiHty to my party as a IWato anll to my country in case TalOetion- r i7ntl St therefore a groat pleas jfrrtttay hero upon the borderland firs Virginia to receive and anadr ii greetings through you to theI pe of the entire country Is itl 0 teal t of a closer and truer toft among MS that for the IneltMotlte civil war a nomt the nattooal ticket has been from the section of our common that floe south of Mason and igjfiii lips a happy recognition of ibttmtton of all sectional differ wfetch led to and followed that py struggle pjiaalrG to say that I heartily in ft the platform upon which I have gniuttiaated and with the convan ad Its nominee for president re sjSho present monetary standard o- as f c irrevocably established Jfe Glminnnn it is an added ple rtoeiro this notification at you You have been conservative Mraseous as leader of our party uhfiitfd of representatives a po tt which few men have filled with fiB signal ability that you have dIs 100 It will be my pleasure and duty at a time not far hence to accept mortally e In writing the nomination graced4e my views upon tome of the im portent questions now commanding the attention of the country BRIGHT WISCONSIN IDEA JHoxr the Badger State AVork to In mcrviiHc the States Attendance i I FairIStpouls Aug ISThat the Wls attractions fruit is evidenced by the increase in the attendance from that state Each day more and more visitors from the Badger state arrived at the exposition and the register shows that an average of 300 each day has been attained The system which Secretary Grant Thomas and Mrs Emma J Walsh the hostess of tho building have been car rying out Is by requesting many of the visitors to write a personal letter to their home paper or to friends The commission supplies the necessary writing material and postage So per sistently has this plan been followed that the Increase in attendance is passably more marked than the attendance from any other suite As an evidence of the good will en gendered by a visit to the Wisconsin building T J McMahpn of Belfast Ireland wrote the following note be low his signature The Wisconsin state building expresses in one ma terial glance the full measure of prosperity In material things and Immate rial potentialities which characterizes the state Every Badger and Badgeress should come and bring the kids LABOR DAY EXCURSIONS The St Louts Passenger Association Agree on Coach ExcumioiiH For Lnbor Day September G St Louie Aug ISAt a meeting of the St Louis Passenger association It was agreed that coach excursions should be run on the day preceding Labor day September 5 as well as on that day in order that all desiring to attend the fair at this period may ar rive In St Louis In ample time for the ceremonies Incidental to the day and have an opportunity to see the fair goodforTo Escort Gov Pennypacker FirstCityJohnCThursday where they will act as am escort to Gov Pennypacker on Satur day designated as Pennsylvania day Fires in Oregon IFOleHt Aug IS Forest fires in the Cascade mountains east of Leb anon are raging uncontrolled over a esection of the country and have ady devastated over 30 square es of forest and tho fires are still spreading IinrrliiKtoii Given More Time St Louis Aug 18on application of the attorneys for F Seymour Bar rington the cricut court at Clayton extended the time for filing the bill of exceptions for the supreme court until j September 10 i i a JAPANESE MAKING A SUPREME EffORT Terrific Artillery Fire Heard Around Port Arthur on Friday Night WAS SAID TO BE IN PREPARATION FOR ASSAULT SATURDAY MORNING It Urni Said to lie Japans Supreme Effort For the Capture of the Fortress Aii Unconfirmed Report Front Che Foo Says the Jape Were Repulsed ToUIo An K 20 Tlie Japanese troojin ocTsupIed Aiishnn haii Friday anti the ltusshllts have retreated to rard lukt1ell St lcter uur r dug Z0The emperor hUH LMSUCd an ulnxc xummoa lag to the colors nil the reserve officers throughout the empire cue Foo AUK 20Tltere In a ru w oforwhich eau not be learned that tho- r Japanese have been repulsed nt fort Arthur lIMnUduii tug 20 Confirmation has been recelvcd here of the report that the IliiHslan cruiser Xovllc lanll entered the harbor of IvorsaUoviU island of Sakhalin and It 111 an nounced that the UnKsiaii cruiser Diana recently nikhted ore lions Koiit lifts arrived nt Salmon capi tail of French IiidoChliiaT- KUU1FIC FIUIAC IIEAKD r Japanese It In Said Were Preparing For Supreme Assault Cho roe Aug 20120 p mTho wasaJapanesertarpedctoats six miles off Liaotio Shan Friday night An officer from a destroyer stayed on board for 10 minutes conversing with tho Japan eSo consul to Tien Pain who was a passenger for Che Foo The sounds f- Iring was so heavy occasionally that conversation was difficult The Japan ese explained that they were engaged Eiielilng the Russian positions with the utmost vigor preparing for an assault towards daybreak Whon the Pcchlli was permitted to proceed on her course the firing was at its heavlwt and it was believed to Indicate the Imminence of a general assaultrAGAIXST FOUTUESS ITSELF The Japanese Attack Directe- dltatnstthc Main Fortress Ghe Koo Aug 20M H Ijuln the Japanese consulgeneral at Tion Tsln who arrived here on the British steamer Pechlli and who had a conversation lasting 40 minutes with the commander of a Japanese torpedo boat destroy er which overhauled the steamer off Liaotl promontory Friday night says that Saturdays battle which began atI daybreak Is dlrecfed against the for tress itself It is taking place along the entire line and it is Japans supreme effort to which the recent battles were but preliminary contests He added I firmly believe that you can safely say that Port Arthur will soon be in our hands One after the other of the outer defenses have been taken by the Japanese and when the latter had completed their preparations for the grand assault Gen Stoessel was asked to surrender He refused Now comes tho final test CONFISCATED illS PAPERS Japanese Overhaul a Junk With German Attache on Hoard Tsing Tau Aug 204 p mThe Japanese protected cruiser Yaeyama has just anchored here and landed Maj Hoffman the German military attache who was at Port Arthur The major left the fortress in a Junk at the Ger man emperors orders The Japanese cruiser picked him up 30 miles put and it Is reported con fiscated his papers Maj Hoffmans personal uaggage was left on the junk TOD BV REFUGEES IRussian Warships ton at Port Ar t thur In Fair Condition Ghe Foo Aug 20ChInese who left Llaotle Shan promontory at five oclock Friday afternoon have arrived here and say the Japanese have built two forts at Shushiyen confirm pre vious reports that Russian warships now at Port Arthur are In compara tively good condition They heard nothing of the sinking of a Russian gunboat off Llaotie Shan promontory last Thursday night- MOBILIZING J1EK RESERVES Russia Culling Reserves to the Col ors in Many Districts St Petersburg Aug 20The Of ficial Messenger announces tho mobilization of the reserves In four districts of the Poltava government two in the Kursk government two in the Tver government one In the Samara gov ernment four In the Saratoff govern ment two in the Astrakhan govern ment one In the Ufa government five in the Simbirsk government ono in the Perm government two In the St Petersburg government three in the Novgorod government three In the Pskov government ono in the Volby nla government seven in the Archan I 1 0 gel government and seven In tho lion etz government LEAVE OR DISARM Imperative Orders Issued to the Aslcold and Grozovoi Shanghai Aug 20The report that the taotai had ordered the Russian torpedo boat destroyer Grozovoi to cease making repairs at once and to leave this harbor before noon or disarm is confirmed as is tho report that the Russian cruiser Askold has received orders from th6 taotai to leave Shanghai before noon on Monday or disarmIt said to be impossible for the Askold to cross the bar before the spring tides and it is the belief int official circles that both the Grozovoi and the Askold will disarm LIFE SLOWLY EBBING AWAY Senator Hoar Still Alive at Last ReportH lint Strength Fall ing Gradually Worcester Mass Aug 20 Senator George F Hoar is still alive Ho was given a little opiate Friday night to insure rest It is admitted that hIs condition continues very serious and the members of his family remain con stantly near him Shortly after nine oclock Saturday morning Rockwood Hoar the senators son Issued the following bulletin There Is no marked change Tho senator has taken but little nourish ment during the night and will probably take Mess hereafter He has so strengthfallsties are that his life will be prolonged several days and will end gently and peacefully It was learned that the senator rested comfortably during the night WINONA BIBLE CONFERENCE I International Gathering of Bible Students nail Christian WorU I ers lies an Sunday Warsaw Ind Aug 20The tenth Winona Bible conference andinterna tional gathering of Bible students and Christian workers will begin its annual session at Winona lake Sunday Au gust 21 when the director Rev J Wllber Chapmanwill deliver the open Ing sormon All phases and topics of religious work are to be discussed by some of the loading pastors of England Scot i land Canada and the United States OTHEIIWISE UNNOTICEJ CarifornIans estimate that they will have spent 10000000 on the St Louis fair before it is over The archbishop of Canterbury dur ing his visit to America w111 submit to no press Integdews J The cotton crop of Mississippi j has been serfouslyt damaged by recent heavy and frequent rains Fridays rain was general in Mis souri counties Indiana Nebraska and Illinois were also included in the rain beltCapt Hobson condemns President Roosevelt as being largely responsible for the recent race troubles in the southGov Samuel W Pennypacker of Pennsylvania has arrived in St Louis with a big party from the Keystone stateA 19pound steel projectile at tho United States Worlds fair lifesaving station flew wild Friday and injured three men Roy S Knightly aged 16 was over come by the fumes of gasoline in the cellar of an Evansvllle Ind furniture factory and died Tho supremo lodge Knights of Pyth ias decided to hold its next biennial encampment in New Orleans the third Tuesday In September 1906 George Doss of St Louis was run over by an Iron Mountain train at De Soto Mo and troth less were crushed Ho was trying to steal a ride 7 The ninth annual exConfederate campment of South Missouri wilt beheld at Barnitzs Lake ten miles west of Salem August 23 to 27 inclusive- In a fight between regulars and a national guard provost guard at Ath ens 0 Corporal Charles Clark Fifth Ohio was killed and three others woundedArrangements have been completed for the National Firemens association convention and tournament at the Worlds fair this week from Monday toSaturdayThe ourl state fair closed Friday night It was a financial success With the surplus fund gained the proposed large dairy building will be erected next year John W Johnston of Sbelbyvllle 111 Is dead He established the Shel byvillo Union and served as first lieu tenant in the Fiftyfourth Illinois Infantry during the civil war St ouls policemen suspended while under Indictment for neglect at primaries have been reinstated by the board of police commissioners No OO has been punished for the flagrant ont rages The St Louis coroners jury held Charles Farthing a clerk at the Lie dell Hotel pharmacy and Fi L RIdfet the proprietor responsible for the death of Mrs Jennie Helm who ura given tartar emetic In place of crew of tartar Thomas Wood 64 years old for I years an engineer on the Missouri Pacific died suddenly at his hoMe Friday of heart disease He raa fee many years between St Louis aM Kansas City and was one of the best known engineers la the west i r I it Kentucky State ewsJ I WORLDS FAIR STOCK SHOW The Part Kentucky Thoroughbreds Will Take in the Big Event Commencing this week Kentucky will make the greatest live stock ex hibit in her history at the horse show at the Worlds Fair beginning with a display of horses mules etc Mr J B Bowles of Bardstown the Statecommissioner in charge of live stock in discussing the matter last week was most enthusiastic over securingblueWe will carry to the Worlds Fair besthorsespart of this big show Every entry In the thoroughbred class is from Ken tucky This will be tho first real show of thoroughbreds ever held In America Heretofore thoroughbred owners would not even consider a proposition for making a display of their stock feeling that the animals they owned were too valuable to make trips for prizes that represented only a small per cent of what the same horses could win In big races It was only after a deal of persuasion that I got the consent of the thoroughbred owners of Kentucky to mako d dis play at the Louisiana Purchase Ex position and these gentlemen who have entered their stock are entitles to much credit for permitting their displayAs noneDutexhibition There have been about PlleadleyLexlnJtonGeorgeGrandyVersaillesnont the champion twoyearold champion threeyearold and champion four year old of America He re tired unbeaten and is considered tho highest type of thoroughbred In the United States being valued at 75 Hempsteatthe best race Americans ever saw A third great thoroughbred which will be sent from Kentucky is Daytonla said to have run the fastest mile ever run in tipresentative of great type of Ken tucky thoroughbreds In addition to this there will be several noted dames and full brothers and sisters to great performersIn classes J Granville Cecil Jr of Danville who won ail the honors of this character at the Chicago ExposIUon will bo rhprespnt Ctttby alstablesoteimllarbreedins Iiecomes hoping to repeat the Chicago performance Railey Bros of Ver sallies wilt bring with other trotters a representative of one of the best types of the Kentucky harness horses which has trotted a mile In 2J3 Mike Bowerman of Lexington Istobring along his famous aged mare with several head of young stock Dr Canns noted premium winner of Georgetown which has perhaps cap I Whipping Post at Frankfort Judge Herndon of the Frankfort City Court last week institutod the whipping post for youthful lawbreakers Mary Wilson Ritchie and Joe Smith aged 10 and 9 years dnrkiesfcrewhippedi i A buggy whip supplied by an officer of the court They were arrested charged with entering the house of Mrs Orlando Brown They con fessed to this charge and also to en tcringseveralother houses among them that of Appellate Judge Bur nam New Bank at Owensboro Articles incorporating the State Bank of Kentucky with a capital stock of 15000 were filed last week in the county clerks office at Owens boroR G Hill is president of the new institution and the Hon J Wil liam Day the present representative leglslafure School Book Proclamation Gov Beckham has issued a proc I lamation fixing September 1 as the date on and after which all public schools in the State not having existing contracts for books shall use the list of books adopted for five years by the Stateschool book com mission Ginseng Brings ilg Price I One thousand pounds of ginseng which was sold at 650 a pound was shipped from Danville ons day last week Rural Carriers Appointed 1The following rural free delivery carriers have been appointed for Kentucky recently Elizabcthtown regular Thomas E James substi Mute David E McFriend Hodgen Mlle regulars Charles McFriend LCJrtncebur regular Ezra jtfcGinniss substitute C Jt HcGinniss Wil f Tho3ts theses substitutes rL H Combs jtlvie Combs y i tured more blue ties in horse shows than any other Kentucky horse included in the entries Kentucky has a great reputation for her saddle horses and this reputation is to be fully maintained at the exposition Two of the most noted stallions in the world both of them from Kentucky are to meet at the big show for the first time One Is Montgomery Chief owned by Ball Broth ers of Versailles the other Bourbon King owned by Jones Brothers of North Mlddl ton Ten thousand dol lars has been refused for one of these horses and 3000 has been refused for the other Neither has been beat en and the Worlds Fair show will bo a survival of the fittest In this test of supremacy it is further interesting to know that these two Horses are full brothers Two famous saddle mares from Kentucky are also to meet for the first time They are Gypsy Queen owned by Thomas W Lawson of Boston and cgntrolled by Ball Brothers of Versailles and Ivandate owned by T E Houchens of Chaplain l These are perhaps Kentuckys most famous saddle mares Saddle horse lovers from all parts of the Union will go to St Louis to see these stallions and mares meet In addi tion to these In the classes for young stock exhibitions will be made by Gay Brothers of Plsgah Ball Brothers of Versailles M W Wall of Auburn L W Preston of Glasgow J T Johnson of Mt Sterling John t T Hughes of Lexington Mal David Castleman of Pleasant Hill and many other well known Kentucky breeders The entries made by these owners are of their best and these gentlemen expect to take the lions share of lion ors bail to Kentucky I can unhesi tatingly say that this will beithe greatest saddlehorse show ever seen both in point of entries and in quality All sections of Kentucky are represented One feature of the horse show will be the ring for the cup given by the American Saddle Horse Breeders As sociation for the finest saddlebred horse There are already thirtyfive entriesan unprecedented number and about threefourths of these are from Kentucky To see this cup con tested for is alone worth the trip to tho Worlds Fair- Kentuckys jack breeders will make a notable display of jacks and mules The States interests in this line will be upheld by W L Caldwoll Dan yule I Selby Tevis Shelby City Hubble Newbanks Hubble T B Adams Brighton J B Riley Hop kinsvllle and a number of others The horse show will begin on August 24 and cpntlmuejsoven daysIC i JJV Vfj f lrr Bowles has also made ar rangements for a reception to be given in the Kentucky building by the American SaddleHorse Breed ers Association to stockmen from all States and foreign countries on the evening of Tuesday August 30 This reception will probably be one of the most enjoyable social events tendered to horsemen generally dur ing the big display t Swallowed Strychnine Pills Charles W Stone of Sherbourne Bath county is dead from swallowing strychnine pills mistaking them for morphine Stone bad been on a spree for several days and took the supposed morphine to quiet his nerves He only survived a short time He was fiftyone years old Btirgln Banks Consolidate The Farmers Bank and the J T Freeman Bank of Burgin have con solidated and the name changed to to the Citizens Bank The capital stock has been increased to 20000 Dr T 0 Meredith is president and George C Hall who was cashier of the Farmers Bank will remain in the same capacity with the new bank Marlon Court House Question At a called meeting of the Marion Fiscal Court last week to consider the order of the late Judge Patter son condemning the courthouse the court unanimously voted to have the county attorney enter a motion before the new circuit judge to set the motion aside Wants to Stay in Harness Former State senator P N Wile son of Henderson county has an nounced as a candidate for the legislature latureHeadquarters at Louisville Tile Democratic State campaign committee has chosen Louisville as headquarters for the campaign and elected Percy Haly secretary Paducah Claims Exemption The Paducah board of education holds that the new schoolbook law does not apply to secondclass cities and has readopted its own list of books Permits Will Expire Soon County Judge R T Lightfoot of McCracken county has notified all factories in Paducah that permits For children under 14 years of age to work will expire the first Monday in September when school begins r- F WHITHER AREf m bRIFTINaIt I I ON A SOUND FOUNDATIOJS Democracy Will Triumph Because 1 Stands for the Right of All the People I The speech of Hon Champ Qldrj notifying Judge Parker of his nomlng lion to the presidency Is regarded b many as a political gem We herewf adflrefsPresidentsbut the great republic presidontsgg the hopes of the human goes on forever All history proves that a govert ment bottomed on popular suffragfosi a government by party EXPIrl0111 shows that he serves his party ligf who serves his country I bestrli napes most fondly cherished are thos of men who devoted their time thei energies their talents their fortunes and their lives to the promotion of public weal Stronger incentive tot high and patriotic endeavor no man hath than the hope to stand through all the ages In that goodly companI Out of the masterly debates and profound deliberations of the St Louis convention emerged a reunited party which goes forth conquering to conquer The flower of the democracy assembled there to consult on the state of the country and to take measures for restoring the government to the principles enunciated by the fathers from which it has drifted far in these latter days We enter upon this campaign with the strength which grows out of the union of a mighty party with the en thusiasm born of truth with the courage that emanates from a righteous cause with the confidence of men animated by noble purposes and lofty patriotismThe of democracy are grounded In eternal truth As formu lated by the father of democracy they are not for a day but for all time and are as applicable In this hour as when he proclaimed them In his inaugural address wlilch his become a classic The necessity of putting them into practice is as pressing now as It was then To once more make them the basis of our political action is the pleasant but arduous task assigned you by the democracy of the land To serve the whole American peo plea without discrimination faithfully and well to distribute the blessings of the federal government impartially among all our citizens to lighten the burdens of government by reducing taxation to the minimum and by rigid economy in the public service to ad minister the powers conferred by th constitution Justly wisely fearlessly vigorously and patriotically without diminution and without usurpation To maintain freedom of thought freedo of speech and the freedom of the press to promote the sacred cause of nisliberty everywhere by the ness of our example to vindicate an glorify the theory and practice of rep resentative government to secure its blessings to our posterity for all time I these always have been are and for ever must be the alms and Purpose- of the democrats These alms and purposes have bee carefully clearly and comprehensive- set forth In the declaration of princi II pies which was unanimously reporte- to the St Louis convention in July las by the platform committee after moro than 16 hours spent In Its consideration In which every great lIye Issue f frankly and boldly discussed an which was unanimously and enthusiastically adopted by that convention composed of delegates from every constituency under our flag There was a splendid array of presidential candidates before the St Louis I convention supported by loyal friends and ardent admirers An unusual large number of men were placed i nomination for the greatly covbte- honor You were chosen with such enthusiasm as foretells success Hav Republican Party and labor 1t Is a remarkable thing how great a friend Roosevelt is to the laborers and unions and how good a friend he and Mr Fairbanks are to Gov Peabody of Colorado Ths republican governor of Colorado that put union men into bull pens and deported hundreds of them from their families and homes was an honored guest at a big banquet of the leaders of the republican party at the Chicago convention The leaders In that convention thus tacitly Indorsed the out rages perpetrated by the Colorado gov ernor and now the miners and other labor t icitlzen t I LABOR LEADERS ON GUARD lsII II t The American Federation of Labor which has an organization In every city rand many villages does not permit pc flltical action but is nonpartisan The leaders have found however that con gress will not heed their request for legislation unless that Individual member ifKhefdres not vote for such taws as labor demands The labor leaders at Wash flDgton after two months of executive ngs and consultations have organ izedthe Labor Lyceum and Bureau of Inforaatlbn whose objects are set forth to be The discussion of economic ques tion as they relate to the educational so cat and Industrial conditions of the wageworkers of the United States to col lectand disseminate legislative data rela tive to labor measures submitted to the congress of the TJnltert States to ascer tain as far as possible the attitude ot senators and representatives toward such measures and forward such information to their respective constituencies and to advise tire use of the initiative and referendum In the election of federal and state legislators One Clause of the constitution provides that anyone who is a member of a trades union In theUnited Status may become a member of the Labor lyceum The work of thelyceum developes largely upon the executive committee of which the presi dentjs exofficio chairman All com pllantsand statements calling for action are referred to this committee which Is I charged with the duty of Investigation Befor actlon is taken the lyceum must vote on the report of the committee eThe Inspiration of the organization Is said to hate been the treatment of labor Interests by congress on the Injunction conmgress s beingscrutinized closely at present aid without partisan feeling the ban expected to fall heavily on at least a sihalf dozen congressmen who are having all they desire to combat with In the shapew partisan opposition theWasayingsw expect to enter tlie close districts Thenpoliticalyin an organized body becausesuch perdsuit again there are a number ofcon essmen who came here and have everythinginthefrpowertodefeats thend ome the laborer how much he blsen doing for him We Intend to put atop to that kind of work Thttiactlon will certainly make it un republicanleade8 beIlaborasksz positiondpresidential candidate Atlanta Consti fattenunionsalh over the country are asked to indorse Ifcese leaders In voting for their candldatesfor president and vice presi dent Brazil ind Democrat The republican committee has closed lUjjVVasblngton headquarters and moV d tojNew York Washington was too farUjam Wall street and too close to scandal 1 st Louis Republic JIale Barkers resignation of the office at fief justice of the New York court of appeals again reveals him as a man wielkows what is right to do and when to 4o it Philadelphia Record t FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK t liebQa roebze1Abs- olute Safety is the Basis That we offer to depositors Other fh f t iV ducements are of sec ndary importance i Upon this Guarantee ibe solicit your patronage J A THOMPSON Cashier t ILt BUCHANAN Presidenty cy f + DIRECTORSr BUCHANAN J J C BONDURANT G B THRELKELD- J W ALEXANDER R M ISLER DR J M HUBBARD T A LEDFORD jI HIOKMAN WAGON i COti I AlftJFACTCRERH OFTHE CKIEnRATFD EeKM4 WAG03S r HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS f E TAnLISlIED 185 TOM DILLONe Sr Propr Snccfiior to B C lUmtgi deed x Marble and Granite Monument C CURBING STONE WORK of all KindtC IRON FENCING = Hiolsman Ky n h rt WJ i ef i StThe ffickman Grocery and Maat Market 1 whereYouknotFree Delivery Telephone 74 HICKMAN BANKlHICKMAN KYr 3 s- r Capital Stock PaidII S Saving great resources conservative and a representative Board of Directors and belug equipped with unexcelled facilities for thex transaction of all branceea of legitimate banking the Hickman Dank the of corporations firms and individuals promising the utmost liberality of treat ment consistent with prudent business methods R T TYLER President 0 + P SHUMATE CashierI 0 A HOLUOMBB Vice President S Cashier C iih13Pleulid Stare Selection of NEW BOOKSSTATONERY STATONERYNOTIONS Call and see our Stook Every thing up to date- MABY BERENDES Co DK L P JBALTZEP Specialist Eye Ear Nose and Throat Office Hours 9 to 12 a BIJ 2te 4 pra Office in Baltzer Bldg u Surplus and Undivided Profits 2000000 management solicits accounts AMBERxlAsat Nothing has ever qual1ed its Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings I New Discovery ilfFor INMTMPTIOX Price r oLD99ci IiMrA Perfect For All Throat andf a Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It faaa Trial BttlM free Dr S K Davidson Dentist i i HWKMAN JK Office upstairs over t Cowaill CowffHV sbi f SUBSCRIBE FOR J THE COURIER T tf 100 PER ANNUM ik i I k Xi1f i fcffkj 5 3 gxP THE HICKMAN COURIER l MIT SHAW Publisher and Props EUGENE BROOKS City Editor v TELEPHONE UMBER 1182 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY f OUR TICKET For President ALTON BROOKS PARKER of Now York 1For Vice President V HENRY GASSAWAY DAVIS W of West Virginia iUT Congressf S I of Marion r ANNOUNCEMENTS r FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce the candidacy of Chester T Houduraut forI tho office of county court clerk subject to the action of the democratic primary We aro authorized to announce the candidacy of James H MUner for the office of clerk of Fnlton county subject to the action of the Democratic primary We aro authorized to announce the oaadidacy of S D Luten for the office of clerk ot Fulton county subject to tho action of the Democratic primary fa- We arejkuthorized to announce the candidacy of Si T Roper for the office of countyclerk of Fulton county subject to the action of tho Democratic primary We are authorized to announce tho candidacy of E M Roach for the office of County Court Clerk of Fulton coun ty snbject to the action ot the demo cratic primary iN FOR SHERIFF Wo are nnthorized to announce the candidacy of James T Seat for the office of sheriff of Fulton county sub ject to the action of the Democratic primary We are authonzed to announce the candidacy of O B Kerlin for the office of sheriff of Fulton county subject tto o action of the democratic primary Nf v We are authorized to announce the jt candidacy of H F Taylor for the office of sheriff of Fulton county subject to the action of the democratic primary FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce the candidacy of H F Remley for reelec tion to the office of county attorney of Fulton county subject to the action of the democrntlcprimary We are authorized to announce James W Ronoy as a candidate for the office of county attorney of FtAton coun ty subject to the action of too demo cratic primary FOR COUNTY JAILOR We are authorized to announce the candidacy ot Jo A Noonon for the of lice of jailor of Fulton County subjectl to the democratic priminary FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce the candidacy of Miss Dora Smith to suc- ceedI herself for the office of Superin CountySubject1 primary A6RES80R We are authorized to announce the candidacy of Ohas Beadles for the of I fice of assessor of Fulton Oounty subject to the action of the democratic primary Jr 9 We are authorized to announce the candidacy of E M Sansom for the of fice of Assessor of Fnlton county sub- ject ff to the action of the democratic Mary THE UNIVERSAL ORYi The crying need of IlicKmiih- jiist at present as judged by j whafcia generally heard on the streets is good water from our water mains It is all very well privateslya ten thus settling the question for wealthier persons that it is argued being the class who take the city water but then how about those of moderate cir cumstances who would take the water if it was good for any pur pose on top side of the earth and who couldnt afford to go to a great expense iii getting fitted up and whose votes brought the r0atdr works here for a great number of wealthier citizens dud not want it for feAr ofa great city taxY And their expectations have been realized so far as the tax is concerned and liavenU been realized so far as the water ffprss is concerned for we the f v ift l people have not hadto all in tents and purposes any waterworks It is true the system has saved lots of property since in stallment nil but a small per cent of which was saved to the Insurance Companies Did we the peoplel vote for something to protect the largo ostnblisfiments on Clinton street alone or did we vote for water to use in our households To have or ndtptp have that is the question f IThe Christian Endeavor Lc rof Connecticut lust addressed a letter tottha set ry of the navy protesting tithe use of wine in oh net j vessels of the UnitedSfflt vy Theleaixuo sli tjadvocated the use oftvvftJbr his repl JiarDarling of the navy wrbl I lowsf t- SII have groat respect for jQiii and your organization hue insilt ticnlur case as it practical fWoei am unable to roach yo rf4iict If the youth of the country lira it Is not by the ceremony Qj br wiro upon tho iron prow ofii ship but because they follow prophets and if the use of v questionable to others and olTeiiSi many it is because of oval to hi it evil thinks i It is inconceivable that tho fug of u bottle of wine upon tlioyp tiont can injure her as a bnttlosh work tho slightest injury to any and as an examplo it seems WdliO tho cause of temperance vonljl lp ter served if more of tho worlds dact of wine were spilled ovorboar wash the hulls of battleships Finally permit me to suggest t you and the 3000000 people you rot sent ought to find some comfort iniiL thought that wine thus expended can neither imperil tho soul nor cdji tribute to tho cup of human sorrow The battleship Connecticut i to be launched in September is the cause of the controversy at this time ThejCourier does not seek to meddle with the United States navy business and does not hope to be able to change Mr Darlings mind in the mat ter butas he has rushed into prjnt about itjind deliveredA moral lecture on the subject we just feel like we want the Chris tian Endeavor League to know that we are with them in the con troversy In the first place Mr Darlings suggestion that a bottle of wine spilled on the bow of a battleship cannot injure her might be answered by saying that neither can it make hor any stronger So looking at the mat ter from that standpoint the use of both water and wine might be discontinued as neither improve or strengthen the vessel But the idea the League wishes to convey is that the moral effect of christening battleships with ifjTheidealizes wine and causes it to be looked upon as a thing in its most perfect state supe ior to all other liquids for this 1pu 1pose No one would think of dedicating il ca church with wine andtliesame moral idea should cOl rffj things We are of the opinion that the objection made bv tua League is from a staipolptI of right I=PUBLICATION DAY CHANGED 11OOniiclot10n Saturday morning instead sot Thursday i as has been ourcus itojn since we took charge ofP1110rwiJI bahlfl 1 a the Iaducah Register aha 5ute back with the PaducahJuews Democrat We are gladT qf it andwe like John Met Melinli Thats as plain as we can Mate ic and if there is nothings the matter with the form well let it go at that i It is said that Lieut Governor W P Thome of Eminence will be a candidate for govern hrat the next election time Fuiton Commercial Well if he Hlio tICh1 8 what you would calLa TJiorno in the flesh of his opponents Tom Watson of Georgia pop ulite candidate for president says that Judge Parker is run ning for the sole purpose of be ing elected to office Will Toni please tell us what is his purpose in running e TAKKN WITH CIt 11f Wins iirmse a member of tho bridge gang working near Littlepori was taken suddenly ill Thursday night with cramps and a kind of cholera His case was so severe that he hud to have the members of tho crew waif nifJon him and Mr Gilford was called kad consult ed Ho told them that ho hifil a medi cino in the form of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy that ho thought would help him out and ne cordingly several doses were given with the result that tho follow was ablo to bo around the next day iffhe inci dent sneukft quite highlpof MtvGilTords medicines Elkader Iowa Anns This rcmsdy never fails Keep it in your houses it may save lifelFor sale by T T Swayne 1 1I Pointed ParagraphsAbout j I 1scr lti os NUMBER VI Tnt TELEPriONEI t t I j Distance from our store need be no bar to having your prescriptions filled hero JS a call by telephone from you or your doctbl will bring our messenger to your door inn jiffy lie will get the prescription Wi will fill it and have it back to you in so short a time that you will experience no d YOlJicent 1 UELH fl ELfISON I I The Origin91II Cut Rate Drug Store ex iR e l t fe I 4t F a Close to the People Doans Kidney Pills have leaped into Public favor because the people can write direct to the makers and secure a trial free Thus has been builded the greatest fame and largest sale fcuown to any kidney medicine in the world Ounce 0 I had suoh severe pains in my baott that I could not vnlk I used the sample of Doans Kidney Pills with such good result I sontto Toledo for another box and they cured me SARAH E COTTKBLLFalmonth VnI sntTered over twelve months with paiu in the small of my back Medicine anti plasters gave only temporary reljnt Joans Kidney Pill pured me F S UKOWV West Haveu Conu Eifiht months HRO I took a severe pain iu my hack Tim sample box of Douns Kidney Pills h lpud me so munli I purchased two MyiienrtI lOll I feel well SAIUU E BRADLEY Noun Elm Street y Houston TuxI took tho sampie of Doans Kidney Pills with such great bonufit I bought a box alour drnggtats jisud over half and stopped because my urino which beforohad only canto drib bling now became BO free I had medi clue enough I had Intnbago and the pills rid mo of it I should have writ ten but you know how soon a well at of 70 of c I In the of be the an of ks the of the int his race for It Mr runs to the of the per the of the ho out of the Mr has been a of the of is fa all TIe has as If Mr is he also the of His e in leis She person about home sink Mr O H No 2319 ave backs aro eased Hip back OIltheThey urine with brick dnst high pain in passing bed Doiiufi Pills remove calculi and gravel relieve heart palpitation sleep 1 dizzy ness 1p oh I vLtf IMI cwuiipv P IM laipicuMJT J BJO 1- 1ItiivJI t S Xt jnalUk J unIIItIJIO I I uj uoliHU vim illflugips lvhi +UJ JO 3 LV1SII d JIytJ 4II 9NN7dtY- c w7 oS 7011i SI i Davis 3 LeggateLz- VERY FEED AND SAtE STABLE The rigs in the city able prices Plenty hitching room f and special care taken of your teftms ii Special service for traveling men and lJ hauling baggage Phone No 110 v Hickman Ky LADIES WAITING ROOM ED TO STABLE z a CUTNow is the time to buy Lawns organ dies and Dimities cheap r B All 8c Lawns go at c- All lOc 8c Alll ci IOC All 20c 12 12 All 25ct 25c Ladies Shirt Waists below cost 25c to 125 Ladies and Misses Slippers to close will go at cost IIfi fine line of Embroideries CHEAP J H C AMBERG I LUM TERIproper column tfcdavs Courier will found nouncement Lum whoa support people assessor goes without saying that Oarter subject action democratic primary ountyihfectly familiar with office Ever since wen ollices Carter member board supervisors and perfectly miliar with hinds and value given perfect satisfaction both assessor and supervisor Oarter elected will have assistance daughter Annie posting books forgets HOENCKF McKeuny Aching correct sediment colored dribbling frequency wetting Kidney lessness headache nervousness 1j14 tauPJI SUPp best reason their ATTACH THE Carter duties their Miss I Iir we are informed an expert in character asIfor tlo sheri 11 and assessor for the past fifteen years Mr Oar ter is a native born citizen of this county well and favorable known and tIC needs no eulogy at our hands CHAS BEADLtiS In the column of the Hickman Courier set aside for that purpose will be found today the announcement of Charlie Bead les who desires to be our county assessor for the next term Mr Beadles lives in time Lodgton pre duct and is a farmer Ho is a isknowljedgr f i Not Fatal No Matter What Doc tors SayWe Know That Heart Trou ble in Many Cases Can Be Cured There nro seven main features c heart disease viz 1 Weakness Gl Debility 2 Rheumatism or Keuralgkf 3 Valvular Disorder 4 Dilatioa 5 Enlargement 6 Fatty DcgCMrr tlon G Dropsyh Prove thousands of socalled Incurables hat been absolutely cured by DrYB f New Heart Cure Patients often have no Idea their doe ease Is heart trouble but ascribe It t Indigestion Liver Complaint etc Hero are some of the symptoms Shortness of breath after exercise Smothering Spells Pain In Chest Wt Shoulder and arm Discomfort in Lying on one side Fainting Spells Nervous Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles r Paleness of Face and LIps Palpitation Nightmare Irregular Pulse I havo great faith In Dr Miles New f Heart Cure and speak of Its merits whenever opportunity presents I can now so up and down stairs with ease where three weeks ago I could hardly walk one block Ono year latcrIam still In good health the Heart Cure did so much for me that I Jlnd It a far greater medicine than you claimed It to bes P YOUNG D D C97 North Pino St Natchez Mss I Money hack It first bottle falls to benefit FREEWrite us atilt wo will man Free Trial Package of Dr Miles AntiPain Pills tho New Scientific Remedy for Pain Also Symp tom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose your case and toll you what Is wrong end how to right It Absolutely Free address Dn RULKS MEniCAt CO LA1JORATOJUE3 EUQIART IND RobbiTftornas Iuler AttorneysatLaw Office over Hickman Bank j w RONEY LAWYER Hickman Ky Settlements and divisions of estates l 011ice in the Powell Corner REMLEY SHAW i Y Long list of real estate on hand Special attention Pciidto abstracts Rent alsi Collected for other pai iVs GolltlkUSJ ill regard to notes on doubt ful parties Ve list any propertyor over except stock COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY JJG BONDURANT Son Loans Insurance Real Estate Office over Ledford Handles store UIOKMAN KY j wouldi be of much value in mak f jug an assessment Charles rrJ i Beadles novel to this county from Tennessee when a boy and has made his home here ever a since working on a farm most of the time He is a self made man and what he is today is due J to his own efforts He enjoys a wide acquaintance and has time re spect and esteem of all who know him He is an affable clever bighearted man and we doubt if he had an enemy in the world I Mr fe1 It les iisja hightoned chris tiara gentleman and no mistake would be made in electing him to the office he seeks We comu mend him to the consideration of the voters I Ii VIOLENT ATTACK OP DIARRHOEA CUlrIS nv CHAMBERLAINS COLIC cnoLKSA J AND DIARRHOEA LFJCEOT A sfa f c PERHAPS A LIFE SATED nA short time ago I was taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and blieT d that I would have died if I had not got ten relief says John P Patton u1a4ing citizen of Patton Air A friend iri commended Chamberlain Colic Oho boBclttatwentyin doson oItW world for howel complaints For iitifi byJYT SwayneaCallon Bob Saluiou to do yoar Iring and paper hanging Ftrrs M f work at reasonable pno tr 1 I J t I I GiveBlcieTradinStamjs I Iwitheach IOc Cash PurchaseI I w WE Are making every effort to clear out all is the we muchroom and as it IS our OWitom to iyoe1i er few goods us possIble from season to seasonwe are malting a last reductIon prices on all summer goo 6 ill the house which will enable you to make your ierclases at I I LADIES SKIRTSI All ladies skirts to be closed regardless of cost Nice line in walking length and dress skirts colors black grey and brown mixtures I d 250 Skirts for 175 t 300 350 265t 85 and50 395 6 and 650 465 t Now is the time to dispose of our sum t 1 i mer wasn goods we have marked them m at prices that will move them quickly S 1 Ii Prices 4to12 l2ct r I1k iFP L l LOCAL AND PERSONAL f J1 LLMies Ada Casebeef returned to her i f home in Unlea 0ity last Thursday Buy your furniture of Barrett Jb Sha Hi P Church of Union City spent a 1owdays in the city last week Hc Johnson of Union City spent a few days In the city last week Rosedalo makes stamp pictures 28I tor 25 cents First class work W L Helm returned home from St Lonis Thursday night Gns Thomas of Mayfield Kyf spentj b Thursday in the city Miss Irene Oason of Jackson loan spent Friday in the city pay cash for old brass copper and rubber Jas o Newton Jerry Malone and wife returned home Saturday night from the fair Joe Hall of Fulton spent Friday in the city on business Will Thompson was in the city a few days last week Joe Jenkins of Tiptonville spent Saturday iu the city Alley Campbell of Union Guy spent Saturday iu the city Drew Luten of Union City spent a few days in the city last week L D Peeler of Union City spen Monday and Friday in the city P O Ward of Walnut Log spent Sunday in tne city Mrs G W Waggoner and son of Oa ruthorsvilleiMo wore io the cityS- atInrday Mr and Mrs O L Price are in Fol r ton visiting relatives Rob Helm of Helm bliss is at hems q ta visit f Ole Kerlin of Jordan spent Thurs duy in the city Henry Taylor of Falton candidate for sheriff was in the city Wednesday WJ Harper and wife left lest week for Eureka Springs and the fairfEdward Prather and Tom French re turned home from St Louis Saturday night on the Bees Lee 3 O T Bouduraut candidate for Coanty Court Clerk went over to Union City Sunday afternoon H C Beckman and family left Sat urday night on the SUckerLee for St Toalii u- Y D i l HALTIERjViand DODDS H2CKMASN JKYz ofnewprieeFI Richard Goaldar and wife of Arkan sas are visiting relatives in the city J this week Sam Bryan of Mississippi is visiting I his brotherinlaw John Kneorr thisI week Oityrspent Saturday in the city enrontc la fairMiss Ireno Campbell of St Louis i the guest of Miss Annie Cowgill this week Mr and Mrs Shumate and nieco Vir ginia left Friday for their home in NeWborn Miss Inez Luten of Oayce was the guest of Miss Annie Ellison a few days last week Miss Mattie Belle Shumate of New born lean is visiting in the city this week Mrs T J Branham and children visited relatives at Woodland Mills this week Mrs Paul Davis left this week for a two weeks vsit to Nashville and Mt PleasantMiss Sanders and her brother Edward of Tiptonvillo are visiting the family of J A Thompson Miis Leah Harry returned homo Sa nrday evening from a visit to reaUve in Obion Tenn Joe Hnbbard who has baon vjR ng totMartin Saturday evening Dr Ohas Holcomb has had a concro o walk laid iu hs froot yard whit h adds very mach to its beauty Henry Sanger and Guy Halo returned home from St Louis Thursday morn ing on the Stacker Leo Henry Cowgill and family and Misses Nell and Louise Rogers returned homo from St Louis Thursday morning t Luther of Pars Toun who has been visiting Miss Blanche He m for several days returaed home Satur dayMrs N J Coram and family accom panted by Otto Saandeis weut to ho lake Monday where thou will remain or a weeks outing The comraercit club met Friday night to consider the varied interests of the city Tho eec oo of oflicers was postponed until Thursday l1ighlI Rev U B BaBkcrvillcvof City preached an excellent wwaion at tha Metcnodist church Smuday Tuoiiug and night Got te blbH a All Spi ing= and Su- mmerCLOTUINC for men boys iurogcl children all go at mnchreduced prices 1650 and Kife dens Suits 1225 I 1100 and loo 795 800 and 73 595 All of boys and Jjiil lens suits prices are cut same i Ladies firf Waists Iwe have just a few left in white black andcolored which we will sell regardless of the costI1 Fuy and Nellie Glaser visite JMisses Mrs Mary Hndgius City last week rrHay your wull paper from Bob Sal non and have him to hang it See hi samplo book at Swaynes drag stor J W Gregory was in the city Thurs daytMrsW E Scales is visiting her moth weeksHA concrete walk has been laid iafron- of Charlie Baltzers new building wMc helps tho appbarauce of things might ily Mrs Wcod Shaw after a few day y visit to her parents returned to Hick man Thursday City Commercial W A Campbell has about finished moving his stock of groceries from here to Moscow We regret very much to lose this popular young business man but wish him much success m his now home Get the habitGo to Caruthers William Simmons had our job office to print bills Friday advertising an ice crpam supper and brand dunce at thV old Stubbs place two miles east of Hick mar on the afternoon and night i f August 21thii Miss Bonnie Carpenter of Ilickraa R was in the city yesterday and expec r t to go to St Louis the last of next wee t having about secured cnoagb ymuly subscribers to tho Obion Democrat to her to the tripObiOtli Demo crat Try n glass of Gurnthers Ikus Cream Sodn Its better than over Sallie J the infant dangbtpr of JAr and Mrs W D Benthal died tthQ parental home three miles south of Hickman Saturday morn gig at 7 oclock aged one year and 21 duys Tim burial CumetetjSUIday sinjcereone jj Newton buys old iron green and dryI hides at his junk shop in East Hick man 284t 1 Hon Henry Retoloy our popular and efficient county attorney has keen invited to deliver the chief address at opening of Clinton College at Clinton on the 8th ot next month As court will bo m session here at the time Mr Remley will be wry likely to decline the Rwnleysalmaover this year by Prof R D Swain Use SuMbjn FlQQrrnona better t ir J t 1l iff GO TO CRAM P E 90 i IIVa have large quantity of Cypress Sh and cult furnish tlletn 01- 1shott notice at the roq loving prices per thousand Extra Select 8325 Primes w 300 N25IDonti forget that we are- agents for the celebrated CHASE SANBOFNS CDFFEFS and TEA lL rd RaDdla lm o L J r V Colle- ctRlueTradingi Stamps and Prelniums 3 summernoo in 225I Rosodaleor James Union in proportion Union entitle m FALL SHOWING r Ive are showing new line of full wool DRESS GOODS fli 1 r In broadcloths Zebelli des Balri cloths 0 Covert cloths etc at i 35c rto 1P50 a yardsIj a1ininerlJ Ladies new fall street hats at 125 to 82 1 chOe 1h Miens i in i I I for FALL newif 1 tstyles 350 z 1BALTER DODDS111 I ii CSR t FOR ICE CR AM AND WATERhCATiUTHERS CAFE A o POPULAR ICE PARLORl I Seasonable fruitsilf cakes1 I + I C HINGLES- i SHINGLES gIQS 1 I8ecure I I 1 fi a Approaching Wcildlnc j The marriage of M C Payne and Miss Elizabeth Muipuoy of Fulton is announced to take place iu Nashville Tuesday night August COtli Mr Payuo tIi is the popular claim agentfortho I C road Tennesseo divivou M sisi Mnrpbey is the pretty and accomplinhod daugh ter of W L Mnrpuoy a prom nenti hardware merchant of Nashville For the past several yours Ms Marpbey has been ouo of he taco v of South Fill on lusiiviito Mr utu AJs Payuo will reside iu Fulton v Notice I wish to inform IUY fribtitb = and he general pubVc that 1 am bore ie slay and have not eat Hkiuuun at bar boon reported I bave had oy plioub uliang od and am slil resilr o do your paper haogine on siiOvC ooJce I have aao cnued with muUW Sbafrea firs class mechanic ami wOo will do your building paper haagin patog and estimates made on your wok A sliMe of tho work is t Jeo aHy toliaiicu Phone no 4 when you wait mo VElr3respocuJy JH SxBHtR Card of Thanks y Wo w shto thank our neighbors and friends for the many kindnesses shown us during thin illness and after tho death of our baby May Gods bles Kings abound with yon all 7v Very Respectfully W DT BUA4AD WIfE I Y READ fHIS 010 r Te s Won dira ti111dIodJoures1r ie i 1 remove It i t il cniln au I1t rhouma I thh firi tne ki woYlt jie tiio e i tftubfCjJ e pt = t jt i Itt l1s treat irP Iit+ oOjf n J0U lit r Wl r Huri P 0 re11 e7en + t fu- teal h fl C1J4 A + L a r F ie2 ijio- iAioDetrD L W 8ecUKtrou1- icy Fit oao haftiJ e 11 oJ Hal IM D r JH 1 can lJet rl i it t u 1 y aveJ+ 111 + j t T tlacsedtt oII e fair piii- urc6 of ail 1to u 1jo 1 0 t 1 t t i +1 C A y n t vut q Hr V KH md W ur n R io CI rijw H CLr c Vt J kirtwt- ail 8 i t 6 V ar s H tk 5 e pub lit I A iI tw rcamlrI coa11r i4 r iptiyD t UaAQJe t1rcd actiiiig ftbt 11141 tba crcnlatjon ttt0 sou fr 74- t C 1- z i THE STORM THAT STRUCKST LOUIS It Took a Dip Into the North End Friday Afternoon and Did Enormous Damage THEN JUMPED THE MISSISSIPPI TO VENICE AND MADISON ILLINOIS Three reroa Dead and Many In Jared Hundreds Left Ilomcleia and Mandrels of Thousands of Dollar Worth of Property Dam age tW Itcnlt St4LouIsAug 20 Three persons are known to have been killed and over a score Injured in the terrific windsorm which swept over a portion of North St Louis and crossed the river to Yenlce and Madison Ill short ly after three oclock Friday afternoon Several hundred persons were ten dered homeless The area covered by the storm did not exceed a mile square and outside1 of that particular section there was practically no disturbance In fact people in the business section only two miles from the scene of the storm could scarcely be persuaded that such a thing was possible when the first reports began to come in Followed by Heavy Rain i This stormwas= followed about eight oclock In tho evening by a terrific electric and rainstorm covering the entire city During the 30 minutes the storm raged no less than five warms came In from tho Worlds fair grounds which had escaped the after nOon storm entirely None of the alarms was of a serious nature The wind during the evening reached a velocity of 52 miles an hour while tho rainfall approximated two inches r ACyclonic Wind L The cyclonic wind which swept down upon North SL Louis in the aft ernoon tore its way for 15 blocks through houses and sheds leaving a path filled with debris Houses and factories between Eleventh street and the river were unroofed and the walls of a hundred residences were blown in Broadway from Bremen avenue south to Dock street was literally piled with debris tangled telegraph and electric light poles and cables street signs and loose boards The small loss of life was remarkable wheji tho fury of the storm is con sideredThe Property Damage The damage to the buildings In the devastated area will aggregate at least 250000 according to several busi ness jiKn In North St Louis who went r over fhe path of tho storm The great cst damage was done perhaps to the rolling mills of the National Enamel ing Stamping Cos plant It was a mass of wreckage About the only thing standing were four big smoke stacks The damage is estimated at 550000 The damage to the Summers Manu facturing plant at 3443 North Broad way Is placed at 25000 The damage to the Buck Stove Coa building at Destrehan and Hall streets was about 25000 The corners of the building were blown out and holes were punched into the brick wall in the rear Every pane of glass In the windows on the south side was broken The damage to the Mallinckrodt Chemical Cos plant at Second and evqralthousand GoQdCounseldamage at 3000 to 4000 The work of the storm will fall heavily upon the electric power and telephone companies Many llcaldence Damaged Damages to residences In the path of tho cyclone will reach 100000 Many of these were partially unroofed and sheds along the course of the storm were blown down Following is the list of casualties reported The Dead bytaIangbrlcksJohn Ellington aged 17 years 4117 North Broadway struck on head by a brick in the collapsing walls of the Interstate Cooperage Cos plant at Madison Ill Mrs Margaret C Deal wife of John Seal Madison Ill crushed by falling walls of her home The Injured Jacob Haemmerle shoulder broken William Fricke scalp wounds and i braised legs- Gertrude Poliasky contusion of left arm James Crosoy fractured ribs William Dlcksoeaer foreman Nid riagbaue rolling m11lsrIght arm broken aad leg braised by falling tim J belrndi1eftarm Louts M McCullouga leg broken Herman Saucrwine arm broken la itbo places W H Llnafean contusion on arms downcIty HghtaiHg aad severely sshocked Injured OR Eat Side 1 x Mrs Thomas Mitchell aged 45years Venice 111 slight injuries received by belag struck by a shutter blown from her home x Mrs TlKms Wheeleas 45 years of t ace living with her boa Thomas Wlwekss IB a houseboat at Vealce LPt1 was nertously laj1lrM by a falllag r tree Mrs Nellie Schmidt aged 41 years Maii4e a III severely cut aboat head IMuid tvt 8y articles ia her bedroom VT- I5 1 a i Cgs wy ta U Ktrlklng her when her home was de stroyed John Bennett aged 22 years son of George W Bennett city marshal of Venice Ill right leg badly sprained and bruised by being caught in wreckage of a shed whore he with other members of the Bennett family sought shelter from the storm Wesley Bennett eightyear old son of Marshal Bennett left arm broken Miss Laura Bennett 16 years ankle sprained and cut by glass about the face not serious Minnie Bennett aged three years hip Injured not serious Mrs Bennett wife of Marshal Ben nett Injury to side not serious Mrs Nellie Foster wife of John Foster living next door to tho Ben netts injury to her right side by fall ing debris not serious John Foster aged 42 years waa struck in back by flying debris who trying to escape 1910 Nisi home Ik juries not serious- Considerable damage was done at the Worlds fair during the might storm principally by water in the Utah and Illinois state buildings Several windows In the former were blown in causing the rooms to be drenched while the roof of the latter developed a leak that let in the water to an extent that caused ruin to much of the furnishings and decorations SAVED BY PROMPT ACTION An East River Ferryboat Crushed By a Transfer Float The Captain of the Latter ThonKbt antI Acted Quickly and Averted 1osslby Loss of Life New York Aug 20A hundred pas sengers on the ferryboat Southslde plying in the East river between Tenth street and Greanpoinf wore saved from possible death by quick action on the part of the captain of a N6V Haven railroad transfer boat The ferryboat was 50 yards out in the stream making for the slip at the foot of Tenth street when she was rammed by the big float carrying 15 freight cars The floats prow penetrated nearly to the center of tho ferryboat onXhe side of the ladles cabin The passengers fled in terror many in the cabin having been cut and bruised by flying glass and splinters The captain of the transfer boat real ized that if he backed off the ferry boat would float helplessly away and sink Whistling for help he ordered on all pressure pushed tho helpless ferryboat toward the dpcks and succeeded in shoving It against one near the slip where the passengers quickly scram bled through the windows and over piles of freight to the street A few minutes later the Southside settled to the bottom Darkness and storm together with a mlunderstanding of signals probably caused the accident- FRIGHTFULLY MALTREATED A Colored Strike Breaker Found In the Chicago Stock Yards AVltu- IllM Sight Destroyed Chicago Aug 20Allen Cotton a colored strike breakers was found un conscious in tho stock yards with his eyes lacerated until the sight had been destroyed The right eye was prac tically gouged out and the man was bleeding profusely It is believed he Is also suffering from a fracture of the skull Tho police took him to a hospi tal GONE HOME TO OYSTER BAY President Roosevelt Leaves the Capital For a Trip home to Oyster Bay Washington Aug 20 President Roosvelt left Washington at ten oclock for Oyster r Bay The presidents party was carried on a special train of two cars run as the second section of the regular 4en Tclock train on the Penn sylvania Oyster Bay was expected to be reached at 530 p m Tlia Qnantrel Reunion Independence Mo Aug 20The seventh annual reunion of Quaptrella men took place at Proctors grove Friday The gathering was In the nature of a barbecue and was attended by 35 followers of Quantrell from various parts of the state- Canterbury Sail for America London Aug 20The archbishop of Canterbury Mr Davidson and Mrs Davidson accompanied by two chap- laIns sailed for New York from Liver pool Friday The primate is the first of that poslton who ever crossed the Atlantic Judge H C tie rice St Louis Aug 20Judge H C Gerke well known la Madison county Ill and In this cltasa real estate owner and land agent died at his home Friday He had been ill for four or five months with cirrhosis of the liver Treacheroaaly aiardered AlgiersAug 20 Eightythree horsemen sent by the Moorish pretender BU Hamara to Chief Amada of the Beai Buzzagora tribe to ask hisjlaugh ter In marriage were treacherously urdered by the chief sea Chas Fltxalmmena Dead Chicago Aug 20Gen Chas Fitz simmons a wellknown contracting engineer and civil war officer is deal here of complicated diseases following a fall sustained some time ago K W fCl w4r lelatuw n i Mtgrntt in Jiljtfi mmttmtal lgtBy Dr N tUCCOCK Eminent St Louts Divine IBl U INESS is one btjfheinrst recorded words of our Lord I must be about My Fathers business He lifted it into the highest associations Inhere it ought always to be heldifnr rt 4 All our human interests anastirring activities have qualities in them and carry responsibilities with them which touch another world As braylold Martin Luther used to say The transaction jQe Profitable and seem ffairwcnoughj now but what will QjS almighty say about it inuhkjbndf The age in wftichtivire is preeminontly a1crcial a age The highest order ol= intellectual gifts and the noblest energies of the race are to a good degree drawn into the channels of trade Men seek a career in commerce as they once sought it on the field of battle or in the arena of political life One may designate the centuries by the central interests Ayhjch dominated them The twelfth century was the age of the CrusadeJWhen nation touched nation and separated people united + it was earl dawn Of the tlSrfif ThetSt P thirteenth was the age of chivalry== a century of sglggjllor tlc fifteenth was the century of discovery Svhci new continents1 arose out of the sea the eighteenth was a century of revolution when great ideas of truth and freedom reorganized political a l and social life f the nineteenth century was one of inventiontvl ran by his skill and wonderful contrivances began to play with the mighty forces of nature the twentieth century is destined to be one o X commerce+ in ofnthe earth will meet face to face and exchanga gifts and wealth and service 1Now religjoqto this busy dominant commercial age In the past centimes v religion vas a guiding force in life The knights of the middle a csrughts to rescue the sepulcher of Christ from alien influences Tlie fcxplofor took possession of new lands under the banner of the cross and with hymns and prayers In like manner religion will continue to bc the inspiring regulative and ageThel Follow Me But the movement the form of service may be varied and manifold But if one suppose that to follow Christ implies the abandonment of lifes business and ordinary duties Itc is much mistaken Take the case of the young nobleman Ghristpxvofds to lunitVSell and give to the poor and follow me seemed like t sharp clear military call So it was at the time But that was not Ghrists final teaching concerning wealthI That is found in his final Direction Now he that hath a purse a wallet a sword let him take them It means that men are to lay hold of the forces of this world=governmentdand dominate them in the spirit of the Master use them in the service of thej kingdom I pray not that tHbse should take them out of the world but that those should keep them from the evil of the world Let every ore wherein he is called therein abide with God in a word this is the gospel message to this commercial age The disciple An the administration of things as thefPosttes did in r turning from then It is possible to live on the hcav enward side of ones occupation making his daily business build up his trues rand highest manhood or as we know ones very success in life as he calls it may leave him a moral ruin Thehonor and glory of life lie in clinging to the highest in whatever form it may come to us and in great companionship with Christy i An OOptttttll1 t OOutlnnk fBy BISHOP SAMUEL FALOWS IIp a have been greatly interested in the ac counts of the sermons and addresses at the various com mencements of v the schools of learning marking the ushering into active life of thousands of young men and women of the land I failed to find in any of these baccalaureate discourses any evidences ofi pessimism In some of them references were made to the grave problems which modern society has toBncet and the possible dangers which menace our civilization from unhappy existing conditions But there was an emphatic strain of hope an cheer along with the note of alarm However dark the clouds that lover upon our horizon they are not so threatening as those which have shrquded the heavens xin blackness in the days gone byxThese prophets of coming good arc the true seers jind teachers ofi our youth It has been saidRdvolutions never go backward It can t be said with perfect truth Ev6iutiontncvcr goes backward There may ban apparent retrograding here 1and there Things may be worse in a particular period or in a circumscribed area There may be stagna tion of thought and paralysis of action and ensuing death in a nation or community but the progress ofhc race is ever upward Why should we not bclieyeijh the sentiment of the poetic line The grandest times are before usThe God of nature and humanity has never abdicated His universe me did not create that universe to be a failure else He were not the God of wisdom love and power On every ample page of the great bookie has written progress is emblazoned His word of truth in the Qld Testament is instinct with the promise and potency of the grandest times which are before a waiting and watching and working world Christ declared that greater works should be done by His believing disciples than He Himself had per formed The best days the world has ever known are the present To deny it is to deny that the sun shines But better days are to come 1t4attgr iu 1Rrli1 U 9l1nttrthtI 1r 9AIttRAiATrtIEIISColToffityotOWea t I delivered How shall we treat the beliefs of of our fathers isa question which is forced upon us these days We cant worship just the same as they did but we want IItheir faith and their truth One or two changes in our religion arc apparent The child itself can see a difference inDur waylofikecping the Sabbath Theological study of the BIble has changed 10 it may be a sad thing that certim truths arc questioned but no at tempt to argue today w t1itthe a ents of the last century is as fool-r ish as to try to fight Indians arlared with the rifle as they were fought when they had only bows andS 1 10 Religious experience is he1e as it always was Ifvnjcannot understand and acceptallh Ji t11sAlogy Iii of the church let us look to the bctJy lof faith and seeking we sliSLlind F- n i t =i 7 JO 7 H PEACE IN SIGHT SAYS DONNELLY The Pagers Can Secure It However By an Uncondition 9 al Surrender STRIKERS HAVE A TRUMP CARD WHICH THEY ARE READY TO PLAY The Packer Likely to Text Mayor Harrlflon Action Declaring Afirnliint Lodging Strike Breaker In the Iacklnsr Plant In the Courts if Xcceaaary InIsight except on condition that the packers surrender on unconditional terms When thepeopki seoj the report of Friday nights meeting of the Chicago Federation of Labor they will bo astounded We have a trump card to play and it has been drawn from the deck So Said Donnelly So said President Donnelly of the striking cattle butchers while he wa directing Isis assistants to go to other cities and while he himself was preparing to go to East St Louis to meet International VicePresident Cass E Schmidt whom Donnelly will send to Kansas City to look after the labor conditons there Ho declared the ac tion of Mayor Harrison in ousting the strikebreakers from the housing rooms in the packing plants meant quicker success to the strikers I A Hopeful Attitude Not since the strike began has President Donnelly seemed so hopeful He criticised the action of the teamsters in sending a committee Into the yards to make an investigation I dont see what the teamsters expected to do I strikeslotOn tho subject of action by the Fed oration of Labor Donnelly was silent He simply declared the report would prove a sensation- A national election is coming on said President Donnelly The labor vote is too powerful to be ignored As soon as I have seen Schmidt In Kan sas City I shall go to Indianapolis While I am away I expect to make several speeches The Hardest IJlovr Yet The mayors action in declaring the packers shall no longer house their strikebreakers Is the hardest blow our foe has received said President Donnelly The packers will have no trouble in getting tho breakers out of the plants and out pf the yards We will help them do that if they need any help and will see that the out Nsuroers will not be able to get back to their places of work The Packer Will Contest Packers affected by Coropratlon Counsel Tolraans opinion holding that thousands of employes lodged at tho stock yards must find accommodations elsewhere called a meeting at Swift Cos office to determine what action to take It was hinted before the meeting that attempts to abolish the living quarters in the packing plants would be contested recourse being had to the courts if necessary Say MaJ Tolman Is Mistaken The packers declared Informally be fore canvassing the situation that they would contend that Maj Tolman is mistaken in the premises and the tem porary placing of beds in the plants does not change the character of the buildings any more than the killing ol a chicken in a private home would cause evolution of a residence to a slaughter houseIFLOOD AT GLOBE ARIZONA At Lent Seven Lives Vcre Lout aad It is Believed That the List will He Enlarged El Paso Tex Aug 20Seven lives at least were lost in the flood that swept through the town of Globe Ariz and surrounding country The known dead are W N Mitchell a Southern Pacific machinist and his wife O D Wilson clerk Charles Sims John Epley Mrs Hurd Miss lloodyIAccording to the courier who brought the news of the disaster to Bowie others were drowned besides those named in the foregoing list but their names are not yet known The Gila Globe and Northern railroad tracks were washed out for a distance of threequarters of a mile Telegraphic communication with Globe is interrupted and it has been Impossible as yet to learn full details of the disaster Globe is located in a broad valley that slopes down to Pinal creek which cross the main street of the town The flood was caused by a cloudburst at Pima above Globe on Final creek Wheat Records Broken New York Aug OAll records of the season were broken when May wheat in New York sold at 116 The demand appeared to come from all di rections and all wheat offered by sel lers was readily absorbed Charged With Huralarr Paducah Ky Aug 20 Luther Far mer of Weakly county Tenn whose father is worth 100000 was arrested here on the charge of breaking a store at Greenfield and is alleged to have confessed d v TORTURING PAIN Half This Mans Sufferings Would H T Killed Many a Person But Doana Cured Him A C Sprague stock dealrof lrormal nIt writes For- twowholeyeara I was doing nothing but buying medicines to cure my kidneys I do not think that tnny man ever suifercdasldid and lived The AC eriuacr pain is my back was so bad that I could slot sleep at night I could not ride a horse and sometimes was unable even to ride In a car My condition was critical when I sent for Doans Kidney Pills I used three boxes and they cured me Now I can go anywhere and do as much as anybody I sleep well and feel no dis comfort at all A TRIAL FREEAddress Foster Iilbura Co Buffalo N Y For sale byall dealers Price 50 cents TULANE UNIVERSITY- OF LOUISIANA ZVI1W oaxEN13 Pull connea In Languages Sciences Enetoeer Inc Law Medicine Splendid department tot women in Newcomb Colleiie Tulane makes leaders in all vocations Its facilities for Instruction in Engineering are unsucpassed Un- excelled opportunities for the study of Supt Chemistry Expenses tow Board and accommodation In fine dormitories at low ra es- portunities Opo afforded academic students for self help NUT Stsstos Dxcrss OCTOBEC lsr Soso jo CATALOGUE AKD ILLUSTRATED CRceua Address THE PRESIDENT Cured Circa quick relief Removesall- swelling in 8 to TO IDROPSY days permanent treatment free Box O Atlanta Ga A Bit of Diplomacy The modern man crossed his ega and looked intently at his wlfewho yid was a modern woman says the New York PressI c H Here wo are on tho threshold of married life he said at last and in tho language of the poet we are up against it tho very first thing She shrugged her shoulders and fault suggested that it really wasnt her I would be glad to help you Fred In any way I can she continued but you must remember that I havo had a college education If there is anything at your office that you dont exactly understand all you have to do is to say so and I will come down and help you straighten it out But what I dont understand is here he protested I She shrugged her shoulders again t1tknownb +imore aboutHtthan you do sho said Howeyer I can keep books for you or run a typewriter or Just the thing he broke in Joy fully That little typewriter down at my office is the most womanly lit tle creature I ever saw and Ill bej she knows all about managing a house Well Just keep her up here to make things look nice and home like and you can take her place at tho office But there was something in his tone that made her decide to look after the homemaking business herself even If she had to begin going to cooking school to do it Between Acts Her complexions made confided the matinee girl to her dearest friend as the Envied Girl took her place In a box Yes old maid replied the 1 dearest friend spitefully AS EASY Nrfeds Only a Little Thinking t The food of childhood often decides whether one Is to grow up well nour ished and healthy or weak and sickly from improper food Its just as easy to be one as the oth er provided we get a proper start A wise physician like the Denver Doctor who knew about food can ac a t pUsh wonders provided the patient g willing to help and will eat only yeper food- Speaking of this case the Mother said her little fouryearold boy was suffer ing from a peculiar derangement of tho stomach liver and kidneys and his feet became so swollen he couldnt take a step We called a Doctor who said at once we must be very careful as to his diet as Improper food was the y only cause of his sickness Sugar espe p 7 dally he forbid So the Dr made up a diet and theJJ principal food he prescribed was Grape Nuts and the boy who was very fond of sweet things took the GrapeNuts readily without adding any sugar DrIexplained that the sweet In GrapeNuts r not at all like cane or beet sugar out is the natural sweet of the gralns Wd saw big improvement inside a t few days MId now GrapeNats are al most his only fOOd and he Is once more a healthy happy roeycheeked youngJster with every prospect to grow up into a strong healthy man Namecgiven by Postum Co Battle Crack Mich Tie sweet In GrapeNuts Is the Na turesweet known as Post Sugar not digested in the liver like ordinary sugar but predigested Feed the young sters a handful of GraperNuts whea promptsthemTheres a reason RoadtoWellville rs i sr-r fi fY 1 f t i I WorldsFair It Is More VaJu AroundtheWorldModerate and Ample St thePlazascenethatdIstancebeforemagnificentspectacle0 company for the great exposition all stoodtherea western meMagnificent ofmanMore than youknowgreatest exposItion uence it will have ItHeregaInmorethat struggle two years time In any university The college education is entirely different from getsbyposes the seelng education is quite as necessary as the book learning We i consider a trip to Europe as a great educator but a trip to Europe cannot be compared to a trip to this exposI s AN AVERAGE CROWD ON IIK L AT THE S FAIR tlon Here Is shown the best of all countries and to see all that is shown here is to see the best from the coun tries of all the world As for our country what could be more instructive than the exhibits in our government building After seeing it we understand far better thanbTve could have before both the system and uses of government Take the Philippine exhibit as another example A half days time spent within its walls Is more instructive than a dozen text books We are entirely too apt to read and forget but when we see we re member and here we see Examples that would bear out the statements of my college friend might be enumerated almost without end and all would but tend to prove that the Louisiana Purchase exposition is the greatest educator of the age We read the histories of the years to learn of the worlds progress but here we do not have to read we see It In the Transportation building we see the primitive locomotives that pulled our first railroad trains and standing be side them we see the powerful intri cate machines that perform the same t service today That is an education in the progress of railroading In the Electrical building we find the first primitive electrical appliances and be side them the many Intricate machines that are today being drIv n by this p as yet unexplained power That Is up todate education in electricity In our school geographies we are taught among other things of the products of the various countries Here we see them The book learning we forget what we see we remember Take for example Japan We are Interested in the progress of the island empire we wonder at her greatness we read volume s after volume to learn of her progress Here it is all spread out before our eyes We see the same Japan Commodore Perry saw when he broke the bars of darkness that shutthe em pire from the world and we see beside It the Japan that is today waging war with one of the greatest nations of the world the same Japan that is an Im portant element in the worlds com xaerce It is an education In the progress of Japan that no books can pos sibly give us And So it goes through all the great exposition palaces through the foreign government buildings through the state buildings and down the Pike Everywhere is a new and valuable les son easily learned and never forgotten for we learn it by seeing To refer again to the United States government building and Its exhibits as an educational feature I want to quote a part of a paragraph from the current number of the Worlds Work that well illustrates tie educational pOInt I mike This is it Watch a party of visitors from a Mississippi valley state people who have never seen the sea as they wan der through the passages of the battle ship model or squint alonga rapidfire gun on I deck across an imaginary ocean The shine in their eyes betrays a mixture of excited interest and pa triotic pride Far though the coast stay be from their homes it Is yet their coast that such battleships guard and the battleships are theirs And it is a semiproprietary satisfaction that affords a good part of the pleas ure that any American evinces in gaz ing at the processes or results of the many government activities he sees ox plotted here A visitor will observe a hundred Interesting novelties he will leave the building only to go back later for another look roundeyed with amazement at the many things the government docs for the peoplo but his spirit will be selfgratulatory it Is we wno are doing it all Yctt another among the thousand of exhibits that may be classed as edu cational Is to be found In every aisle In every corner of the Agricultural building Here spread out before you are the products of the earths harvest fields In this one building big enough in itself to contain the whole of tho PanAmerican exposition at Buffalo are the farm products of every country Hero are sheaves of grain and heaps of corn made opulent with milk and honey and butter cottonseed oil and cotton tobacco sugar cane and TUB wliIJy fruit Tiitre arc towers and paolas and pictures and panoramas in corn husk corncobs corntassels and cern kernels tobaccoloaves and tobacco grains wheatstr w and wheatheads and wheatgrains and there are figures in and butter and sugart- cotpn and prunes and nuts There are dec orations in wavy moss and hemp in ricesheaves and prairie grasses You know at last the wealth of each state for packed Into each of the different sections Isan abundant sample of all that springs from one states soil whether It be hillfarm potatoes swamp rice seaisland cotton bottom land corn prairie wheat desert dates or irrigated alfalfa And in the same way you know the agricultural wealth of each of the worlds nations for they are spread out before you for your In spection Everything grown upon the earth is here and displayed and labeled so that the lesson the exhibitI teaches is never forgotten I And what does it cost to seo this wonderful exposition what is tie price to be paid for this liberal edu cation It may be much or little just as a sightseeing trip to any city may be much or little There are fashion able highpriced hotels in SL Louis Just as there are in New York In Chicago in London or any other large city but be it said to the crecit of these hotels they are no higher priced during the exposition than they were before it The masses of the people are looking however for something less expensive and It is easily found The people of st Louis are playing the part of host In a way that will make friends of the visitors to the fair Thousands of homes have been opened for the accommodation of guests and the prices charged for the accommoda tions provided are most moderate In fact to judge from what one must pay for board and room one would scarcely imagine that the greatest exposition the world has ever known Is In prog ress in the city Boarding house prices compare favorably with those of other clUes and 51 per day will secure a comfortable room and breakfast In hundreds of these hospitable holies No one needs deprive himself of the great education that awaits him at SL Louis for fear of exorbitant prices for they are not to be found Two Injuries Perhaps the man who maltreats a book even by accident deserves to pay for it twice over and logically he may sometimes be called upon to do 1L A daily newspaper says that a borrower recently handed In a book at a public lend- Ing library and the attendant thereupon discovered a hole In one of the leaves It was necessary to enter a description of the damage ina book kept on the coun ter A clerk entered the title and num ber of the book and the attendant described the damage thus Page 215 a hole Then he turned the leaf end added Page 216 an other holeYouths Companion In South Dakota Who is that man shes flirting with so desperately Thats her first husband Chicago American 0 V r BACKACHE AND DIZZINESS5t tafoot or the illtucnt Iecallar to the rciuao Sex are Duo to Catarrh 1 of Pelvic Organs f 4 11 W MRSt M BRICKNElt t 99 Eleventh Street- Milwaukee WIs If A short time ago I found my con dition very serious I had headaches pains in the back and frequent dizzy spells which grew worsceyery month I tried two remedies before Persian and was discouraged when I took the first dose but my courage soon returned In less than two months myhealth was restored Mrs M BricknerThe of BO mnny failures to cure cases similar to tho above is the fEMALE TROUBLEfact that diseases peculiar to theNOT RECOGNIZED sex areCTARRIIfomaloI AS not commonly recognized as being caused by catarrh Catarrh of one organ is exactly the same as catarrh of any other organ What will cure catarrh of tho lead will also cure catarrh of the pelvic organs Pemna euros these cases simply because it cures the catarrh If you have catarrh write at once to Dr Hartman pinga full statement at your case and he willi bo pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis I Address Dr Ilartmnn President of The II artman Sanitarium Columbus 0- i That a beautiful lawn you have Yes answered Mr Nlgleys wife my husband keeps it that way He must bo very Industrious Yes H- eIHr misses a day with his lawn mower although I could scarcely got- him to touch it until the neighbors began to complain about the noise Iti made Washington Star Patterson PeteI dreamt last night dat I had a million dollars Stacked OntMDld yer enjoy it Patterson Peta Nit I wuz sued for broaoh of promise operatedon for appendicitis vicepresidencyjforo Jobberwok A friend of mine patented a device that enables a girl to practice on two pianos at the same time Fuzzywuz Did he make any thing out of It Jobberwok He made a move out of town on the strength of it His neighbors threat ened to mob him Philadelphia in quirer Why did you marry your divorces wife again Old love comes back No Dy the time I paid her alimony I had nothing to live on and so I married her for her monoyJudge Shouting Their Praises SpecialCured af ter 26 years of suffering Rev II H publieof the remedy that cured himDodds saysIand Kidney Trouble for 26 years and I have tried everything that people said would do me good But nothing did me I rillsItook altogetherDoddshadAll Urinary and Bladder Troubles are caused by diseased kidneys The natural kidneysDodds placeTheyBrightsDisease Force of Habit Herbert has been running an auto so long that he had forgotten all about horseback riding What did he do when the horse balkedHe crawl d under it to see what was the matter Cleveland Plain Dealer Little Mixed George remarked Mrs SpoCkin1 shouldnt think them baseball magnets would make any money I see their men strikesBrooklynLife Not Quite Cured Waiter Roast beef or cured ham sir Bring me some beef The last cured ham I ordered here was only convales tCincinnllti Commercial Tribune A matrimonial refusal is the original antitrust decision Richmond Missou nan Watered silk is the proper material for a flowing gown Chicago Daily News FRIENDS FOR A MINUTE Levy and Cohen Try to Make Up But Soon Strike a Discor dant Note Ivy synlSOCcuetjinesDemocratia handCohen shpokenforliodtendy Cohen silently shook reconediant hatastreetDrlll1cs sincerityOf Iraisemetomedln31st iillmy heart replied Levy and dearfrendtmeThe Cohensfacebangr Abraham he exclaimed Now you re ahtarting it allover again ILLUSTRATIVE FOWL FABLE Showing That Parents Cannot AlII ways Follow Their Children Into SocietyfI There was once an humble hen who hatched out by mistake a flock of owls JudgeOf so soon as the owls were big enough to make their debuts they Ibegan btarin out until iU hour of the night and mingling in the giddy whirl of soci eta To this however Mamma Hen object I ed saying that she bad not been brought 1 up in such IlL way and she did not believe for hu children to go gallivanttnaround At this the owl chickens conferred sayingPoor hor antecedents it naturally is hard for her to know whod whoo Moral Sometimes it is difficult for the parents to enter socityII A scientist who apparently knows a thing or two writes in one of the maga zines A blush in a temporary erythema and calorific effulgence of the physiognomy rentuating in a paresis of vasmo tor llamonts in the facial capillaries The next time you cause a maiden to blush try to remember the trouble you are putting her toChicago Recordlier aIdII And the athletic girl whose vigor tsI the vigor of nun whose talk is the talk of mans who invades his smoking count his billiard room stares with hun tie vgiieky decanter and the cigarette box arid will not even let him have his tailor ti binmlf sbe is not likely to keep her in fluence over him for long Boudoir For Your Perfect Comfort iVttho St Louis Exposition which Is very ngbexofAtleasFoo4Iwd Aching Swollen Feet Sold by n i druggists dta Dont accept a substitute iAnywayij Iveitho ORUtifuUj She has inherited my VI i Manager ConnThat so Ive oiun wondered what become of your voiceChicago Journal Fits stopped free anSI permanently cured 2o fits after first days use of Dr Kline s botjetreeI Wouldnt Tell a Lie Teacher The sentence My father had money is in the past tense Now Mary what tense would you be speaking in if you said My father has money pretenseStray flsos Cure for Consumption is an infalli ble medicine for coughs and coldsN W Samuel Ocean Grove N J Feb 17 1900 The jilted Philadelphia man who sent os a wedding present to his former sweet heart a miniature collin full of old love l demonIstratln jca v t i Mrs Rosa Adams niece of the late General Roger Hanson C S A wants every womanato know of the wonders accomplished by Lydiaiinkhams Vegetable CompoundLL I Din MRS PINTOULM I cannot tell you with pen and ink what good Lydia E Pinklmms Vegetable1 Compound did for me suffering from the ills peculiar to the sex extreme lassitude and that all gone feeling Iwould rise from my bed in the morning feeling more tired than when I went j ing becamo regular could do more work and not feel tired than 1 had ever i Yours very truly Mils Rosa ADAMS 819 12th St Louisville Ky 1 keeps strong ought Dont hesitate perfectly address Lynn having helped thousands SFO enjoyable something WINCH TRREPEATER SHELLS proof the shell is shooting they shoot Winchester Factory Loaded u Leader U Smoke Powder Shotgun almost important prize years Good shots them because give results shoot stronger uniformly reliable other ALWAYS SPECIFY OF SHELLS fMcGees Baby Elixir PRICE CENTS Any women troubled ir regular or painful menstruation weak ness displacement or ulcer of the womb bearingdom feeling inflammation of the ovaries ache general debility and nervous tration should know there is one and remedy Lydia E g Vegetable Compound other medicine- S women has received widespread and unqualified other medicine has arecord of female This FIXIOTAM I am very pleased ties from which Ihave been a sufferer for It was the which was at all beneficial and within a after I started to use it was a change in feelings Iused it for a little over three months and at end of that time I no at menstrual nor was I troubled with pains which compelled me to go to bed and I have a headache This is nearly a year ago I alwgys keep 1 on and take a few doses every for I that it tones up the system and me feeling I never hero that tired out feeling any I certaInly that ever Woman to try grand medicine for it would prove its worth Yurs very truly MIss ELSIE DuiFOnm203 Ifs Soto St Memphis TenD FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEN to write to Mrs Piitklmni She will understand case and will treat you kindness advice Is free the is Mass woman over regretted written her and she has R FElT If wes cannot forthwith the original letters and signatures of tmrtlmTHtfLlT which will genuineness E tIed Co Lynn There is nothing more an animated discussion of we dont know anything about some body that less than we doPuck LEADER AND SHOTGUN The of Be cause so well and Repeater less Shells have won every shot for in shoot they bet and more and are more than any make WINCHESTER MAKE In Is to 25 and GO Fer Sale fcy all who arc with ation that back pros tried true No for such indorsement No such cures DEAn years only medicine week there great my and looks the suffered pain the period those not had since bottle hand week fiud and more think this your with Her and No produce prove their abxolnte Lydia rinkham Mass than with knows its ter MAKES LEAN BABIES FAT SICK BABIES WELL For Teething DiarrhoeaSammerCesaplaiatEt- cContains No Poison Any Form Pleasant Take Guaranteed toCure Draftistv MASTPILES Vegetableperfecthealth leucorrhoea Pinkhams Yegctable distressing FREEtoWOMENA Btructlons absolutely Free and Post paid enough to prove the value o- lPaxtineToHetAntiseDtic owdclformWater nonpotametu farauperiertollqul- dantiseptic containing IrrltatulaflalBed no clcaailng prep The of every More Antiseptic tionlastsgoes ba uses la Mid moreffoodthan antiseptic can The formula a Boston physician VaginasWashCatarrh Sore Throat Sore Cuts mucus membrane Paxtinelsinvaluablechallenge the to produce forIthoroughness Itla arcvclattoa in g and healing power it kills all germs dischargesAllprice We abox If youradoeanotiendtouaf rit IJooC take u1Ututethre1aBoUdngllJtePuU Paxtlnetodaya ToLUARNSOMnTHTNGFERTILIZERS JMr MOKJUCAN KA IX 93 NUM 8traatlyoraYf 8oathl rodatreatAtranfyoil- BeK S CURE h 8rrnp oxen O bile Sold Dl drv lit CONSUMPTION A N LF TTxrmro A 1 please state you saw the AtlvertU atat to sates 212HftfISTULA1 u if m KWM5 pH Ste WCMCS If WHEI M W tfcnmfc rt lHals wni kr tw 1j MMttoTWftE MM I CUT TIlL CIIftw mM tWr twM t4 Ittors M mtaUnJ oandDRS and have erties contents box vskes Sola longer farther more iI the family doe any preparation you bay of noted Eyes and all soreness of world its equal cleansta which a I WORK PI5O FOR Con t tine 2O36 vniJDr TO VEKTI EJU that cats letwtyrwlmt NO MONEY TILL CURED I bOCaiI Tocare or moneYrefunded Yyour ac I t 3 n rI TTf w zrti w uirU W tu- WYSI 0 I 1 P O r I I0 r f 1Id I Grand Finale to 1 4 Successful Monthjc c t August which is one of the dullest months of the year haiheen made a busy month by the low prices that Ave have been ff making on all summer merchandise Its true wove given betfrirvalues than ever before and the result has been most satisfactory t to us and we know our customers are pleased from theJfiffetl that they come again and again Now to fittingly close this 1 d I arrivingt C t k IINew Goods For f ill Glimpses of the new designs for fall In dress goods waistings now shirt waists etc t l Moh irs in mixtures stripes figures and plain effects all the popular shades from 5Oo to 125 per yd 4Venetians in blacks blues and browns per yard 5OC i Broadcloths in all shades 350 to j110 4 Tricots in the newest colorings 25 IFine line of black dross goods c from 50c to iso per yd New fall waistings in charming new de to Jsigns at 10 and 12cj v lt SHIRTWAISTS I We have just received our Fall Shirt Waists r in every desirable style in Mohairs Velvets Tricots and Flannelettes from 75c to 0 r j ff c l rLOCAL ti AND PERSONAL j J S Use Sunshine Jblonr none better Miss UtlA Parham left Monday to Visit the fair 4 Miss Ethel Naylor loft Tuesday morn dug fur St Louis Mrs J M Reid spent Tuesday in City Misses Naylor and Parham spent Wednesday in Oayce Mrs island returned home Friday from St Louis You will find bargains overy day in pants and underwaer at the cash shoe store Rice S Naylor Mr Chad Grislum of Nowbern was in the city Wednesday e Ohas Parham and wife left Saturday nightfor St Louis- WardLuten f of Cayce was in the city Sunday Mrs T Av Ledford returned homer from St Louis Saturday night Mrs Alice and family lef Tuesday night for St II Chas G Prathe of Union City spent S t Sunday in the city Geo Warren ot Martin spent Thursday i in the city J S Bowlin of Martin spent Thurs uayiu the city on business Clarence Corum has returned from visit to Cayco friends Jim Prather returned homo from Blytheville Ark last week was iin the city Tues day 5 Frank Watson returned home from Memphis Saturday night Boys kneoTwuts worth 35 and 25c to closeat lOc Cash shoe store Rico Navlor Lee Balfzer and Cowgirl Rogers left on the Stacker Lee fort St Louis Misses Hazel and Mary Hubbard left Teeaday for Martin Tons to visit friends First shiput of our ladies and chil dren tne MOM They are nicer and better ntwlity than ever Rice t Nay titian Seat our popalar fellow towns I 3aaa aad candidate for Sheriff is wears ing that broad s lgetive resale It it a girl born Sunday A gnat 21 1 e V c Now s Your to Save Moneij on Clothing We tare now offering 1bargains in new dependable extraordinaryPricesbeen reduced all1 the way from 25 to 40 per cent Thesei measures are taken in carryingout our policy not to carry anything over All stocks must be dis posed ol at once no matter how great the sacrifice liens 1500 and 16 suits Sterling mal and 350 250allliens 1250 and 1360 suits newest paltJ3oys Suits worth up to 500 terns x 6jjVv foi 375 00tJIYf for x50Mcns10with belt and cull bottoms7o+ r lens Suits as low as 200 Mens 750 find 850 Outing Suits 575 Mens Trousers as low as 45c Mans 5 and G trousers newest patterns Gandt tc o 1 to A 1 Union S T Roper of Oayco candidate for County Court Clerk was in tha city Wed nesday electioneering Misses Lena and Bessie Throlknld spent aday in town with their brother One Ttirelkeld We soil sa 50 and 84 00 pants for2 98 while they lust Cash shoe store Rico Naylor Emmet Roach was in town Tuesday bringing with himseveral new subscrib ers Good for yon Emmet Will Watson and wife and Mr Geo Bartlett and daughter left Tuesday for tho fair Judge F S Moore and wife returnedt Friday from a visit to Mrs Moores rarents at Villa Ridge 111 Mr and Mrs Ernest King left Tues day for a visit to the fair at St Louis and Sparta 111 If you do pay as much us others ask you get the best shoes at the shoo store Rice Xavlor Miss Anna Smith of Troy spent Sat urday in the city with the fiuml of Dr A A Faris Mrs George Holni Mary Helm and I night St Louis Alex Stono returned homo from St Louis Monday morning Ho reports a fine N Smith of Fulton was here Friday on legal bnsinnss Ho was accompanied by V J Thompson one of for the Jolts Pickett farm back of Island No ft where he is doing blacksmith Caldwell of the Greenwood sec tion of Hickman County brought his wife and children here Sunday whore they took the train for Gleason Tenn Mr Lum Carter and daughter burs Annie of Jordan spout Monday in town Mr Oarter stayed over night to attend the Masons lodge recently installed hero Two Gypsys Mathow Pierce and Fannie Jeffrey of Dayton Ohio were united in marriage here Wednesday by his honor Judge Kearby The game played here Thursday be tween Hickman and Martin resulted as follows Firstgamo Hickman 5 Mar tin 1 Features catching of Horn pitch of Campbell Second game Hickumu fif Martin 4 Features pitching of Campbell batting of Davis This ev v Bgwe go to press ton eary to get t e I suit of games with Clinton today and tomorrow Mrs Henry Remloy loft Saturday morning for Columbia S 0 to pay a six weeks visit to her parents Oar sympathy goes out for Mr Koinloy in his dire ullliction and loneliness Miss Julia Jackson loft Tuesday fpr St Louis to attend the fair and also to buy tho fall stock of millinery for E 0 Rice Co Mr Rico will also go to St Louis next week to buy goods Rev Sid Harris the noted Methodist evangelist isi preaching twice a day to largo congregations at tho Methodist JIchurch and is attracting much attention by his vigorous style of preaching rod forceful words of scriptural imports Fulton Ruble tho six mouths old child Of Mr and Mrs A J Hnnziker died Saturday Pliioruing at 7 oclock of cones lion of the brain after it three days illness Funeral services wore condtict edat the home ot the parents Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock by Rev son The Courier extends its deejSeiUCt sympathy to the bereaved fatherland mother and other relatives 4 i tt Mrs Bellp Forester died at her hrnnp in West Hickmau Thursday uiornitig of last woek of typhoid fever Heritb was about GO years MM Forester had livedhere only a short while haying moved from Graves county She WHS a widow woman and leaves six children was a member of the Metoc dist church and had lived a pious life The remains were taken to Graves corn ty Friday and interred in the Say burying ground 1f I r Lindo Mnrphoy was arrested hero OH Wednesday on an indictment oftho federal court at Paducah for sellingr whiskey without license Ho was ear ried to Paducah on the twelve oclock train where in default of 1000 bond he went to jail lie was indicted t last spring and released to answer on simi lar charges He was serving a sentnceY in Clinton for violating the statefiivs but about six weeks ago was pardoned by Gov Beckham Mayfield MefiseII era Fred Gammon and Miss Ada Eaililf popular young peoplo of this OMuty were nnited in marriage last SalixF at the home of the officiating minister Rev J L Adams of Chrystal Tenne o The groom is ono of our most jSuiM trions and popular young jflig bride is the accomplished daogbfic llfour fellow countryman J BLatW jtml is very popular with her set Trio Courier extends best wishes Harry Mlllettk sonof J H Miltt is veryaick this weoic w- I Ii r Tho following announcements wcro Loft out of the proper uuununceniout colninn this week t We are authorized to nnnonncc the candidacy of T N Smith for the ollico authorized to announce the candidacy of E W Roach for the office of county court clerk of Fulton county subject to the action of tho democratic primary Wo are authorized to announce tile candidacy of H M Kearby for the oillco of county judo of Fulton county subject to the action of tho democratic primary Wo are authorized to announce the candidacy of Luby Hargrove for tho of fice of county Judge of Fulton county subject to tho action of the democratic primary THURSDAYS AHGCST AND SEPTKil BElt vaRY LOW RATES To St Louis and return via Mobile 4fe Ohio railroad Apply to any M O R R Agent for tickets and particu lars Mrs Olarcnco Henry returned homo from the country Monday night Missy Annabelle Cox of Louisville II Ky sister of M W Cox is visiting the city this week inII Tho thief that burglarized the store J W Rogers Son last week ofII caught Thursday lord proved to be Ma jor McConnell a colored boy who worked for them Major confessed his guilt and a part of tho stolen goods Ho now lauguishes in the coun ty I A very interesting game of ball was played Wednesday eve between tho fats and the leans Battery for the fats was Stone and Davis and that of tho leam was Richards and Horn Thescoro was thirtyone to twentynine in favor of the fatsMrs BelleP Cox will take piano and vocal pupils Term to begin Sept 5th For particulars you can see her at the rodent of Mr J E Fnpua 4 Miss Lola Kemp went to I4 upon yesterday to accept u position in the big Iry goods i taco of McDowell Sou Miss Lola is one of the most popular and capable saleswomen over m Clinton and we have no doubt McDowell fc Son will find her an invaluable acquisition to their store as she makes friends readily and holds them Clinton Gazette Miss Wilson is clerking in Miss Julia Jacksons place while tho latter is in St Louis buring goods for EO Rico fe Co 555 b We are offering all Wash Goods at Specially Low Prices We have a lot of ends and renenants enough for waist in Lawns Dimi ties Voiles Ginghams Percales etc price of which is lOc to 75c per yard Special price to close per1 yard 6 to I China and Japanese Mat ya AVe are them at prices that will pay you to buy now 1 27cnally 25cregularly I I 25c mattings now reduced to 20c- I 20c mattings reduced to IQo Rugs also Buy Now You will save money on every purchase of summer goods Dont forget the two free trips the Worlds Fair ticket with every 50e cash purchase and everyi paid on account Drawing takes place Oct S LA IVE B E R Glviiife 41J hats Ambers U1SI EsqAtteberry Satardaynignt Ioreuhwboestote Chance summer about Saturdayt time- HonThos tunMrworkJohn Commercillj HCdpInt Deceased tYUU1CElI11TaI countyiiubjeltprimaryWe returned jatlI paterns Madras llogular gIoffering Reduced Teachers Institute The Fulton County Tea hozs Institute tor the currant year will be held at Fulton Ky beginning on Aug 2U 1001 J W Noyoa liars been employed as in structor Trustees and others interest ed in education are invited to attend DORA M SMITH County Supt Oatlott Johnson and wife left Wed ni stray for Gibson Yells whore they will spend a few days in search of health and rc tIStanding in a crowd gathered to watch the hatching of the snake eggs iQ tho Couriers curio window last Friday was one Frank Minis our popular barber who would be called foolish wore no not so goodnatured He told a story of a horsehair which ho put in a bottle of water some years ago and which three weeks later turned into a lI snake Ho offered to het hs barbershop against the editors print shop that if ho put a horsehair In h bottle of wa ter tho same results would bo obtained Many were the guys flung at the head of too buckling Frank George Gar Carpenter told shim he know now for the first time what matte so many wa ter mocujiHins simply because they throw all the dead horses in the river and every hair turned to a snako Some ono else ventured the supposisiou that an old dead hen thrown in tho water caused so many chicken snakes etc Fi nally oar popular hotel keeper Mr Dur ham on turning away remarked that he didnt care to stay any longer hear such a fool A quizzical smilo camo over Franks face us he entered the shop und turned to say thats all right I have more fun than you even if I am i LUBY HARGROVtliThis week wo announce Ilon Luby j HargrovH as a candidate for county Judge of Fultou county subject to the action ot the democratic primary to beheld 1 Nov 8 190L He is a democrat of tho truest type and ho always works for the suecass ot the party Mr HlI rove has served this district as their representative in the State Legis lature and is well known throughout the county He needs no introduction atI our hands simply an announcement In speaking of his race to us lust week Mr Hargrove said that it had been sug gested by some ono tht ho would try and move the county court over to Puttton in ease ho was elected I never thought of such a thing said Mr Har grove and besides tho law winch says that thu Judge shall live and hold court at the county seat it ism desire to hvbin Ilickinuu Mr Hargrove is making an active canvass and his friends fool conlidont that success will percli upon his banner in November flotlcti On tho third Monday in September I will otTer as prize for the best Alfred G colt of J004 season fee free to this noted 4 Americanfchps coltsColts IlyHour mii R A Tyler fj t Mrs RW Stancell was notified bhtelegram Thursday right of tho sud FanuDixonwas NorthCaroliuaChristian chrIBliKUhidy ti r A C ThEIMEROTh ttIVEBY FEED AUD SsT E STABLE k Near the depot Convenient to all trainsi and the boat landing Plenty of horses and rigs Service day or night at reasonable prices r v4- Akv M = GiKIM ROr i j l5 f r I J r