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The Hickman courier: September 17, 1908 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1908 hic1908091701_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: September 17, 1908 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1908 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. OTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE IN THE COURIER'S POPULAR LADY CONTEST. KS NOW $400 PIANO FREE A BLUE MARK LIVIHO . III nllir lWIXTin ' KriiUiokyl on ia lha vnf.t1.iE KBT PAPRR N lin.ni " THE HieKMHN eOURIER. Tpnm thnt Pull HERE menni that your tin expired. Itenew promptly if on wnnt thei pnpcr to come to you utter thin month CI 11 tho r.n - ,T W " 4 M li III U WUbU1iI i JJD W WM w H w w umwu w j w - & - H w r. w W NO. 14 B- OWE8TERN KBHTUOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1908. WHOLE NO. 3413 ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1859 .. !!." Aw. I.. "Wizaramij M54111. tdijon ..HI! t I! L.. II JMlilS jnllitR nKaln. This time he has was Moorman, The Leading Candidate For Circuit Judge The Courier takes pleasure in placing bclore our readers this week the name of Harry J. Moorman as a candidate for Circuit Judge of (he First Judicial District. Mr. Moorshort time ago. Mr. Moorman . I , Tk. HI W ninnimrrmenl located at May-fiel- d l thr rrltlclims of the phono Ins been that the present re- man is a DemorMt a good one, too, ils are too short, running only and is asking this honor at the hands A .. ami.. nrmf of the Democratic voters, i.. '4 Ilk at the U. -i primary, Nov. 3rd. It tr i i at It might interest our readers to with an know that Mr. Moorman served this - th ii the records run district as commonwealth's attorney o u.ait wiivj . nf nn rnrn for six years, from 1898 to 1904, - ..iff.-- . w LI1C Lill it and we frel warranted in saying that j. with a corps of assistants, no man ever filled that responsible ueeti pattlculaly active in this office with greater ability or a Hon. and while the talking more devoted purpose to do rriml ill . n .i n m l.jh niilfi In and exact justice to all, having in ... rl na Ilt ltl f.irt Ihnt fYllir view above all things the law and t.ikrn nn the oeace and dignity of the comi - - rl inniit nr mnitr monwealth. c,linderls a marked improve. nil I . nt in 1878, and took up the pfac-tic- e trri 4 HI 1,1 !.- -. - of law, winning success by close application and untiring industry, coupled with a natural bent for the legal profession. He was elected county attorney of Graves county in 1886 and served two terms in that office, leaving it recognized as one of the foremost lawyers of the Mayfield bar. In 1897, as stated above, he was elected commonwealth's attorney of this Death at State Line. Mrs. W. J. Hannon, of State Line, died at her home last Wednesday, after a lingering illness of typhoid fever. Deceased was about 35 yeirs of age, and leaves a husband and six small children. Funeral services were held Thursday at Poplar Grove, where a large crowd assembled to pay their last respects to the lady whom they held in such high esteem. I r. I -- 1 L. at the inventor for his t.use moldi, by which he ex- II. I . H l.Aail.. ... ........ l(r CMI.ftH 1 1 . t. , tic I I. l! 1.. ......It,..! uemonstratc it uciorc The stories that the wizard win m .... ..4 fr flMnn M his intlmatci say that it it Mr. Moorman was born in Breck-enridtf- e county, this State, on Jan. 22, 1857, and was early in life an orphan, his mother dying when hr was only one year old and his fn'h-e- r some years later, after first hav-in- g moved to Daviess county. It w.is in Daviess county that Harry Moorman grew to manhood. He worked on a farm until he was of age and got such schooling as he could obtain from the public schools during n the winter. At the age of 21 he the study of law under his uncle Judge W. T. Owen, who was for a number of years circuit judge in the Owensboro district and died only a be-ca- district. Mr. Moorman has always been an active, working Democrat and has had many calls to serve his party on the stump, to all of which he cheerfully and promptly responded. Mr. Moorman's record as a private citizen is no less clean and upright than his public life. He is a christian gentleman, and in every way worthy of the support and confidence of the best element of our citizenship which is seeking to elevate only those to positions of trust who stand four square to 'God and man. He is eminently qualified for the circuit judge and should he be elected will bring to the bench dignity, learning and the highest integrity. He will serve the people and will be controlled by no interest or machine inimical to the people. office of Mrs. Hannon was a daughter of R. E. Polk. Those who know her best say she was a good Christian woman, and her untimely death has cast sadness over the entire Drowned in the River. The New Madrid Record prints the following account of the drowning of V. E. Cavitt, near that city last week : Four young men of Hickman, Ky. , on a river fishing trip, for fun and frolir, traveled on a shanty boat, camped on the bank at the Purdy field, just above our city, and spent Monday around town getting acquainted. They returned to their quarters and (wo of them in a were upset not far from the bank, with the result that one of them, Vaulx Cavitt, aged about 25 years, belonging to a very prominent and wealthy family, was drowned. His comrades notified young Cavitt's mother and made every effort to find the body but were unsuccessful Monday night, Tuesday and Tuesday night. The mother wired E. W. Reeves invoking his aid and finally at 3 p. m., Wednesday, the body was recovered, embalmed by Undertaker Richards, placed in a casket, and taken to Hickman Thursday morning by two brothers of the deceased who had reached here. joe-bo- at, Hon. Harry J. Moorman, of Mayfield. . . rr aha itifni muu.uuu in num- fr bamboo alone, tending men .1 n.irli nf the dobe. i Mi I usage muians ai a inuc are to be the richest people on h Whrn It It known that the ...... . iiiiriii 1. uuiiciscuI ulirii iinr in- IL rjii .aiu.uuii. inn c win n c iiui Hickman men who will regret i I .Opening the good clothes season for fall, with such a fine line of goods as we have ready for you, is like cutting a fine, big melon; everything j.-.r.xg-Krin g Xj ... m . sv m lt ls g00(jj ancj all of us. there s enough for S jg t . jf Otages. The government !..! i. I i .: t . o a final division of tribal lands ei by the Osages in Oklahoma, when the work is ROD .in will hav Hart Schaffner & Marx have made for us this season the done each nrri. hfrlf r.terest in tribal funds amounting rvr!.l tnilllAn (fnllfir '.ui Lurline Catron, daughter of John Catron, died at her home Miss Lnion Cilv., Wednndav. j rcn has been ill for nearly a r, at a result, it is generally sup eJ, of a fall received by her in ikattng rink more than a year , trom which she never fully P k M nan by the name of Richard our friends. There are a lot of new fabrics; and the colors are as varied and as attractive as ever. Browns are again a notable feature; tans and t grays are very prominent; they're S i its i i woven in scripes ana piaias ana other attractive patterns in an almost 1 Hickman has too many idle negroes not because they can't get work, but because they wont work. Out of a bunch of 12 or 15, congregated on the street corner Monday morning, not one wanted a job when approached by a man looking for hands. The fact that they have no money and will not work naturally leads one to believe they are not the class of negroes wanted in any town ; and thieves. namely: There is enough room here for negroes who want to work, but the other class ought to be given their crap-shooters walking papers." 'fry, living at Lexington, Ky., uau ins stomach removtd and lives by having food placed ctly into the intestines. The sitians who performed the opera- sl.llr lint h will liuo Inr mmn rs no A. endless variety. w m .mm via k McClure, one of the direc- oithe rarmers Institute conduct- w.mv, i ur iiA.n. visit, vvlllllWtl V . t .1.... tvt t a . w ua of .r u I nakmg a tour cf the state. lit ttt.. v. the western He will leave Copyiljht 190I bjr Hart Schitrntr .V Min New models and new kinks in & style, new ideas in patch pockets, w buttoned flaps and that sort of thing; you'll find just what suits you. In dark goods also; worsteds and black thibets and the like, we'll show you the right thing. In young mens and boys clothes r)j It is reported that the Farmers' Union is planning to establish a large industrial training school at Grand Rivers. The Union has already bought a large tract of gr6und there for a big warehouse. In the school, when established, will be taught agricultural science, veterinary surgery and allied branches. The Legislature will be asked for an appropriation in aid of the school. The body of an unknown white man was tounu in an unoccupieu shanty boat near Rodney, Sunday. He appeared to be about 35 years of age. Nothing was found on the body to identify it. Coroner Ogil- vie viewed the body Sunday afternoon and ordered it buried at the expense of the county, which was done Charleston CourMonday morning. ier. The McKinley system has bought the Cairo electric and traction street railroad and will at once rebuild same. They will build the line to Mound City immediately, and in the near future will run the line from Cairo to St. Louis, connecting with all neighboring towns in Southern Illinois. uuwiiiiii wan cicvicu v hjc Liiv oi. ruuon uv me .. "Cil Monday night to fill out the jf piredtermof U.S. Shacklett, Louisville rmfirtt ' to attend a school of . , .i 44C aiuuiicu Oil at Will- Mslt his parents for a tew days. 1T a too. we'll show vou the most attract- ive line you ever saw in this town; all the new ideas for the young fellows. Plain and knickerbocker styles for the boys. Drop in and look at some of them. Let us show you what a fine suit you can get here; and prove to you how well it will pay you to have it. Every Hart Schaff- ner & Marx garment is all wool; and this store is the 1p 1 month-ol- d 1 of below town, Sunday, from the effects of nlranous croup. n 'amsand wife, girl baby of Jas. 0 2 of f ..uiiii. inaj rnarneu a ricn hi- lo i wiunw. a hold up. . 1 I . . . Home of Hart Schaffner Sr Marx Clothes a,or 'i Taulnr ,.w. Saturday. k. M. Taylor and Hon. u.r. u. V(C 1CC rU,. f0m r The Gideon & North Island railroad, built by the Lumber Co. and the United States d Stave & Heading Co., hasbeeu from Gideon to Maiden, and received two locomotives, last week, Gideon-Anderso- n com-plete- A TEXAS CLE THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covf r Wfittrn Kentucky Llk the Dtw" FI8HIN'I Kentucky Gleanings. Most Important New" Gnthcrcd From All Part .p...uoutro;,h, owHiiim W. 0. BPEEU and J. 0. SEXTON, Editors and Proprietor. of the State. Ilor, bt O. M. Grsr. Whltenhoro, Tex , n.. say, . . ONE DOLLAR PER YEAlt MINISTER IS DENOUNCED KILLS "CTtOPPEfr IN ROW. rifv ... . CASH Iff ADVANCn. For Attemptlno to Shield Alleged Dsnk Men Quarreled Over Lawsuit and Knife Play Was Indulged In. Wreckers. Owcnsboro, K)v-- T. Si Anderson, the aged president of the Daviess Coimtv llnnk nnd Trust Co.. must stand trlnl In Owcnsboro nn the charges of $10,000, swonrlng to a false intemont nf the condition of the bank and receiving deposits when ho knew the bank to be Insolvent. Tlits was thi decision of Jlldne IllrK- hend. at tho conclusion of the testimony and nrgumentH. which have con. 7z Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, mall matter. postofflce as second-clas- s WHY NOT MOnE SHEEPT g A Query Which Every Farmer 8heutd Thoughtfully Consider. Probably the main reason more farmers do not keep sheep Is because they do not understand them. You ask them why, and one will say sheep will not pay on land; an other will say cattlo and hogs will make moro profit; another, thoy re quire too much fencing, and still an other will aver that they are too much bother. Are nil theso objections well Grounded? Ask the man who has been raising sheep for the last five years, Ho will tell you that sheep will yield as pood If not better proflt than any other class of live stock, considering the expense one Is put to In Kottlnp tnrted and for care. Sheep bring In profits from two sources namely, lambs and wool. Not only are they valuable In that way, SOUTH'S COTTON MILLS NO LETUP ON THE STANDARD but there Is no other class of live stock President Roosevelt Oivss to Con that will return such a largo amount tinue the Fight. of fertility to tho soil. They have fitly USED 3,103,000 BALES DTJRINO neen termed "the golden hoof that en Ovster llav, N Y. President Hoor- COTTON YEAR. riches tho soil." As to tho rlt today told Attorney General Ilonaland proposition. If thoy did not pay It pirte to keep right after the Standard It is not probablo they would be kept Consumption in Northern Mills Be- Oil corjxiration and the coal roads. continuously on somo of the highest- creased 320,000 Bales InThe attorney general received tlul priced farms In England, says Good crease in Spindles. morning a copy of the Standard Oil all s Farmer. Of course It Is hard to answer to the petition of the government make a farmer In the corn belt, with Xow OrIean. In liN annual report on for a rehearing of the rebate case in land at $100 or more per acre, believe this, for he has grown up to the Idea the cotton crop of 1907-03- , tonight, Sec- which Mr. ItoelrfcllerV corporation was of raising corn and feeding cattle. retary Heter of the New OrloHm cot- fined $29,240,000 nnd the fine afterward While the profits from sheep rais set aside. ing are not always constant and will ton exchange quotes come very interestWith a copy of the corporation' reply ing figure in connection with the shift at times cease to be a proflt, says the Mr. lloimiuirte came here in his Farmers Voice, the same Is true with ing of the seat of the American cotton, to find out just what he should do. The milling industry to the States of the other classes of lite stock. At pres ent the prices of sheep and lambs on cotton belt. He ay that thee condi- president told him not to let up a m our markets are not as good as they tions have been more in evidence during ment in the fight, but to keep right after were a few months ago, but the man the !eaon just closed than eer liefore, the Standard Oil. While the president and .Mr. llonaurte wno is In the business to stay will un the conMimption of American cotton in doubtedly seo setter conditions In the the South, even under the most unfavor- were demising new methods of procedure not far distant future. High prices for able conditions, having been in round against the oil trust, the president re leed are somewhat of a handicap to figures 3,103,000, while the North to- cched a telegram announcing that the feeders of all kinds of live stock, and taled but 1,073,000 or 220,000 bales less. United States had lost Its cae gainst this may be one of the years when the In the Increase in tliu consumption of the coal enrryiug roudt. profits are not so big. Dut It Is tho man who keeps at It who makes tho cotton, Virginia comes first, Oklahoma EMBEZZLEMENT TSCHARGED money. Good management will count second and ficorgi.i third. Jlr. Heter's report of the crops of the New Orleans Official Alleged to Be for as much If not more with the flock as with the herd of cattle or drove of different States is gicn as follows in Short $30,000. nogs, The flocks that do not pay are thousands of balei, showing a decrease New Orleans Vital Tnjacue, chief tne neglected ones the ones kept under 1906-0of 1,939,01ft nnd an In clerk in the city treasurer's office, Mas by men who do not understand sheep. crease of 22.1,978 over that of 1905-00- : arrcteil this afternoon on a bench warWith the least trouble of any farm Alabama, 1,171,000, against 1,280,000 rant from the criminal court, charging stock, tho sheep with its two-folhim with embezzling $30,000 from the vear. source of Income will build un the de last Arkansas, 7S7.O00, against 910,000 last city of New Orleans. pleted farm and make tho productive The mayor became suspicious a few year. one grow bigger crops Florida, C0,000, against f.5,000 last days ago that Tujaciiuo's accounts were not straight, and placed un cxert acCOWS EATINQ STRONG WEEDS. year. Georgia. 1.904.000. against 1.093.0OO countant on his hooks. Today tl ny When Pasturage Gets Short They Are u,t countnnt reported that he had ., px to tat weeds That Taint Milk. Louisiana 073,000, against 993,000 last found a shortage of $30,000, und upon . rear. receipt of the information the mayor .r Much trouble Is experienced In some Mississippi, 1,490,000, against I,5tl,. took immediate action. localities in tho summer from cows 000 last ear. New Orleans has suffered from an , eating strong weeds. When tho grass North Carolina, GS9,000', against jC3,- - epidemic of embezzlements during the is flush they eat the grass. It is only 00O last year. twist year. During thut time owr half wnen me ary time of summer np- .South Carolina, 1,220,000,' against 957, a" million dollars of public funds have proacnes mat the cows turn to the 00O last vear. leen stolen by trusted officials. Tax weeas. .Tennessee, etc,, 335,000, ngaiutt. 372, Collector Dudcnhefer, of the third muniOn pastures that are partly worn-ou- t, 000 last vear.' cipal district, got uay with over $100,-00. thp prn Ea In thn c ,, i T ,Mt and this scandal was shortly folcomes very dry from the fact that the vearlowed by Chief Clerk fatten, of Tax ' sod Is thin and the roots nf th Oklahoma, 950,000, ngamu 944,000 Collector Kit zpat rick's office, no nor. reacn down to soil moisture. But the weeds have long roots and last vear. $110,000. Then tho tux collector in the Total crops, 11,572,000. against 13,- - Algiers district went wrong for several they reach far down Into the moiBt soil and keep themselvea supplied with 5li,Q00 last year. t , thousand and the since moisture. Mr. Hester puts the spindles in the then have averaged alxnit one a mouth, So the cows can find in the leaves South at 10,GGi,:ios, including old, idle bringing the total amount of public and stems of the weeds more succu- and not complete, against 10,598,095 last funds stolen up to over hnlf u million lence than In tho blades of grass. The year, and states there are (.till over dollars. eating of the weeds gives the milk a 2C9,0()0 spiiiuie in course of erection, weedy flavor, and this la appreciated Which will probably come into use dur WRIGHT MAKES NEW RECORD by the creameryman or the cheese-make- r. . ing the commercial year of It is Impossible to make good Has Hist Flytatr Machine Under butter or cheese out of such milk. Perfect Control. So, war should be made on tho DRESSES IN WHITE TO DIE Washington, Sept. 10. On iile Wright 0 , weeds or on the drought, declares tho today broke the world's record for time Farmers Review. Tho weeds can be Dedecked With Jewels New York and distance for a henvierthnn-ai(lying mown and partially kept down In that Woman Found in Lake. machine, which he established yesterday way. To make war ijn tho drought, N'ounrk, N. .1. The bodv of Mrs. Ash- - ufternoon. In a flight remiiring reat the pasture by plowing and fer- ton Uancy, dressed in white und lit klll on account of u wind, he tilizing portions at a time. The rich- erally cowred with a fortune in jewels, er tho pasture, tho hotter will it sus- was found today in the private pleasure circled around the drill grounds at i'ort 'Myer 58 times In 05 minute nnd 52 tain Itself against the drought. hike of the estate of Stewart Hartshorn, seconds, exceeding the time of yesterOrdinarily shallow plowing Is pref- at Short Hills, N. J. Mrs. Harvey was day' record by .1 minutes and J7 secerable to deep plowing, but as nn tho wife of Ahlitou Harvey, a million onds. measure, deep plowing Is good aire; corKration lawyer at 33 llroadway, Tho deeper tho plowing tho nearer At 5(03 .Mr. Wright signalled C. IX will the bottom of tho furrow be to .New lork, and litcd on their magnifi Taylor, his mechanic, to release th macent country estate at Short Hills. soil water, and tho easier It will bo for chine. The aeroplane row from the Mrs. IIarey, who wan wealthy In her ground almost immediately ufter feuv-in- g the grass roots to get a constant supply of moisture for the grass. So long own right, had been ucting peculiarly the single stnrtlng rail. It continued as tho grass can get a supply of for several weeks, and her daughter, to climb higher with each successive moisture it wilt keep green. Dorothy, and win, Harold, rmind of the fleht until it reached un alarmed yesterday afternoon when shu attitude of 75 feet. HAND FEED TROUGHS. left tho hoiue dressed in white, even to For the first 30 round the mucliine her shoes and stockings, and wearing flew as smoothly us on its previous One Which Will Help In the Care of all of her jewels. About her neck she flights, but from that time on it wus the Sheep. wore u $23,000 pcurl necklace und on seen to pitch ut the turns at the breeze her heud she hud placed a rich diamond from the west struck it. The accompanying Illustration from tiuru. Her breast was covered with Whenever the muchiuo pitched It "Wallace's Farmer" gives tho reader sunbursts und other brooches n--t with Im- plainly seen from below thut It an idea of how a portable feed rack duz.liug gems, und her Augers were he-- could responded promptly to eury move of decked in jeweled rings. tho lever by the operator. hfRh-prlcehigh-price7 d suinril the past two days. The cases against Anderson wrri" set for next Thursday. Commonwealth's Allnrnrv Itiiico. In tils nrKUiuont, scored the pastor of one of the Owens- boro churches for testifying mat An dirson could not get a fnlr and Impar tint trial. Ho sntd that when ministers dabbled In statecraft their efforts were sure to fall. He denounced the minister fnr attempting to shield the alleged bank wreckers. LATONIA Racing j GETS FALL MEETING. r Commission Twenty-Fou- Allows Days. Track Lexington, Ky. Kentucky state rac ing commission met here mid sanctioned 49 days of racing In this state this fall. Seven days were allotted to Uxlugton, IS to Louisville and 21 to Ijitonla, Dates are as follows: Ivlngton. Kentucky association, September 19. IjOuIsvIIIc Racing nhsoclntlon, Sep tember 2S. Latonla Jockey club, October 19. The iJitonla club asked for permis sion to allow book making, but was to fiifed. Auction pools and will be used here and at ioulsvllio. Pour machines will bo lined burr. s Worse Drought in Years. Covington, Ky. Farmers In Kenton and Campbell counties are considerably worried ' over the continued drought For some time they have had to 'drive their stock to creeks and I ends for wator, but now these creeks are dry, so they claim, and they lll be compelled to sell their stock, as It Is the- worst drought they have experienced since ISSt. - Harmon WhIUVrr nscd 23 yean killed T. V Carlisle, tho j, father of two sons about Whltaker'i '"n ki.. n nge, shooting him twice, from the efname t.s j ' fects of which ho died almost Imme I mako nn exception In , :1 that other iufferers fr. - . diately. The shoAtlng was done In a stablo wo tuny profit by my Horn ny nil deainr lot nn Whltnkor's land, three tulle i oil IVster-MllburCo,. Iiuffa. west of this town, and no wlnosse y wero present. Didn't Know Fro ni It Is upK)ncd to hnvn hern canned A dlgnltlcd nrmr eat' by a recent Inwsult between WMtakrr i ... and Carlisle's sons In which some stationed In quarters r r a , J "1 wero mnny bu! fr Kiitte play was indulged in, but was which Tho captain had nev. t considered as satisfactorily settled. Carlisle and his family wrro cropcrs frogs, and In tho middle r' '"nJ on Whltnkor's laud. (renewing, Whltaker came to town and gave III rnli,t I i no iieicenilc ! " , 1j null Ami -- JM himself up to the sheriff, but would ,..m UU U MM.., Mill, say nothing as to the cause of tliit try. "Sentry, tell the se- -, ; . shooting. gnard to drag the cow marsh. CORRALLED IN A CAVE Never DUanno.ni. "Many extensively s Ire ;cj Are Two Murderers, According to Deit eaies are iniiurc wim tective's Letter to Police. usi. iiuiiis iisninirig v i tic Islington, Ky. I Hilt, evidently an cepuon. confidence In ! 3 amateur detective. In u letter rtcelved mispisceu 4iisapisjintrr.fr ' r ;m by Chief of Iollc Reagan, from Ron- - lows Ita use. It Is ccrta.: c pjl vllle. (la., writes that he has Harold est tracrgency remedy r. m. sprain Iambic corralled In a cavn near thst For cuts, burns, equal : a pains I know no place. He says that before lie turn OEO. K. I'AUIKif K. over the man wanted here for the mur Iwr.lt tij, J(t der of Stephen A. Drlcsbsch he would like to be advised If thcru Is any ikm Even boarding hon hitai slblllty of Gov. Wlllion Increasing th mils', pay oat good mone) f r c j reward of $500 offered. He says he lego of boarding street cart. ciiaicd Into the cave with another man, wanted for a murder com mitted about eight months ago, lnt week, and that there Isn't a poislbte chance for them to gel away Drlcsbsch was murdered on tho morning of August IS. Ope annoying feature of the caic Is that the police of Macon. Oa Lamblo home, have disregarded all request for Information concerning the sus pect. , n Hussellvllle, Ky reniCArl him. n rl i tht.ti.ili ?ya (l i it-- , 'U 'i ...I VI ' t.ij 1 HOUSE . WORK Revenue Men Destroy Stills. Frankfort, Ky. United States Mar shal W. M. Mnys, who arrived hero with five alleged moonsblnora to await action of the federal court, told of the dcHtructlnn of three of the inosUnoto- rlous Illicit stills In the Kentucky mountains. Ho located the stilt on Quicksand creek, and caught tho shin ers In the act of making whisky. He destroyed 3.000 gallons of beer. Ready To Declare Far Prohibition. Ky. Word bns been sent out to the people of the stnto by tho Kentucky prohibition executive con- mlttce, with headquarters here, that It has a speaker for every town of 500 or over In the state. The league declares that It Is anxious to aid In the light and that It believes that the atate Is ready to declare for prohibition. State vs. Ford 4. Johnson Co. Ky. Alleging that th Ford & Johnson Co., whoso main of. flees are In Chicago, Is J22.05S t9 In debt to the state, tho board of prison commissioners riled suit for 'hat amount In the Franklin circuit courr. The company formerly had a connci on all the prisoners, ami used ihent In making furniture. The company representatives say ihe money Is not owed to the state, but that tho s'nta eeiuniiy owes the- company money. The suit will cntisj. a lengthy light Ja the courts. rrankfort. fr Iiulsvllle, Wanted In Mississippi. Morohead. Ky. W. J. Klce, arrested In Lexington last week and brought here to answer a chargo that he rni bexzlcd $17,000 from the bank of More bead, of which he was nncd cashier, was nrroaUd here by Deputy Sheriff W. J. l.lgon. of Jackson, Miss on n churge of embezzlement of a big silfu frcm tbo bank there. Mrs. Wlnn III. Louisville. Ky Mrs. Robert nni,iti,lH IT. Thoimmlfl nf American wrosl our homes nro dully m rJkzJ i uieir lives to tuny. In onJor to keon tho li ?. ut nnil jirolty, tho cliUdruti vi.i anil tidy, women oyunlo, A I wcnKiiesH or uupinccmrni uhrotiKlitonnnatlioytiiiflirlil tlrlftliifr nlonjr from l;ul t tA knowlni xl that thry f li.'ivnlieln Innenmtinn bn t nail oclion which daily mako UL a I rial Jt is to tlicso laitiiftil ::: In --. 1 ,, "'Vi"'1 4'jT emU-zzlin- Church Workers Accused. Ky. Fayette Jones nnd Henry Davis, leading church nnd Sunday-school workers, were arrested ut 1'arkHVllle, Hoylc county, charged w'l'h the nssnsbluatlon of Hugh Daughcrty, nl I'lnevllle, July 11, during n dance A reward of $100 was offered for the murderers. Farmer Found With Hfs Throat Cut. Mnyfleld. Ky. Wallace Jones, 10, re siding north of Iloaz, this county, was found dead beside the Illinois Ccntnt track, with his throat cut. Ho left Iloaz, en route home, and had some money, and it Is believed the motive of the murder was robbery. ' The developed no evidence. Winn, wife of the renubllcnn n ,.)...M statu 1 LYDIA VEGETABLE CQMPOUHD a loon nnd a l! X It did to Mrs. V. KlUw JInyvillo. X. Y nnd tn i n W ? Boyd.ot JJoavcr Falls, ra.,wl:3j: "I was not nble to dp my wnw-- fc owlnir to the female trouble fromha 1 suffereL Lydla E. I'inUhar'Vf,t comes na oh seriously III at n Cincinnati hospital. Chairman Winn has wired state head quarters hero that until his wife's condition takes a turn for the better, ho will be unable to come here. Dog Caused Killing. Ky. A Scrgeiit, worthless deff caused a murder on Mill creek, this county. While passing tho home of Jerry Meade, Harry McFnll was attacked by Meade's dog, and he opened fire upon the dog. Meude returned the fire nnd McFall fell mortally wounded. ?d tablcCompotuid helped me wunderf2 and I ntn so woh that I can I' a day's work a I qrer did. I wiia eruj sick wooiaL rou.d try It. TA-.l- il tf 1903-1000- FACTS FOR SICK WOMDl 11 r ten-mil- anti-droug- o Mclntyre Expelled. The expulsion of John fl. Mclntyre, lurd member of tho lato stock exchange firm of T. A. Mclntyre & Co., which fulled on April 24 last, und brother of Thuuius A. Mclntyre, whoso recent deuth was indirectly due to tho troubles arising from the failure, wus announced from tho rostrum of the stuck exchange today unit his seat ordered sold In pursuance of the luiul jstogk ex change piocedure. The reason for the expulsion wus given us reckless and nil- New York. lMiHR-llk- t Deadlock in Georgia. The Portable Feed Trough. for sheep and hogs may bo constructed. The main advantage" of this trough Is that It prevents hogs from crowding one another while eating. And anyono who has ever fed swine will appreciate, tho value ot tuli Atluntu, fia. The (,'eorglu legislutur U still deadlocked over the iiivtlon of terminating the com let leuse system. A resolution wus Introduced in the house toduy reciting tho history of tho attempt to secure convict legislation, with a pro. vision for adjournment sine die. It was only through the personal Influence of Speaker Slaton that the adjournment proviloi$uuH stricken out. In the mhi., ate a lesolution jinniding for final ud- juuriiuieut wus otcd doitu. feature. n feclitiB', llattili'iicy.ir. "J" Wober, of Mt. Sterling. Ky., examined $.1,000; no Insurance. Tho fire Ih a largo number of camllduteu for ad tioii,(lizziiiesH,oriien,oii.spim,r-Wliy tlon't you try it ? thought to have been the work ot nn mission. 1 incendiary. Mrs. lMnklinrn Invito nil fj voiiien to wrlto hvr for 'J,I(J: Phone Fight. Hint lias gullied tliouamM 'Camp Named After Governor. Louisville, Ky. Klfort was made hcultli. Address, L.yiin, .Miuv Lexington, Ky. Tho Second Regi here by tho creditors and stockholders ment, Kentucky Natlonnl Guards, en- of the Independent long Distance tered their annual encampment of six. Telephone nnd Tologrnph Co, to hnvfl days nt Ifalrlawn Farm. The camp the l HtUatlou transferred to the lino been named Augustus 12. Wlllson. yV court. The, bondholders are reTHE DUTCH Major J. fmbry Allen Is the colonel sisting the action. POY PA,NTEnVVcV comma ndlng. STANDS TOR 1 Governor Wlllson Returns. To Abolish Striped Uniform. pAINT QUALITY Frankfort, Ky. Gov. Wlllson Has Frankfort, Ky. Tho state prison au from Wisconsin, where he I thorities have decided to abolish the ITOfOUNOONlYONS striped uniform ot tho IninntcH and spout tho lust ten, days on, urxuimt o) : IPUREWHITELEADgii substitute gray, Also marks signify- suffering from hay fever. Gov. Cox MAOe BY ing good behavior will he worn on the returned to his homo on account ol tho. Illness of his wlfo. clothing. OLO QIJTCH .Vfly . PRpecaft, Will Make Ice. Corbusler Gets An Assistant. Ky. Principally IouIbvIHc, com Lexington, Ky. Lieut. Phillip Cor- busier, commandant at State univer posed of gardeners, the St, Mathews , iiUlWATt O.V.I l sity, Iiuh been ndvlHcd by tho war de- Ice & Cold Storuge Co. was organized partment that ho has been granted an at St. Mathows. Tho capital stock Is University tiyjdstant because of thy lncieused and W. N. Arterburn Is prcst lULHUCc Louisiana dout. number of endots. IIV ORLEANS Kills Wife and Self. Opened By Smith, k s. cbais uViu.Ti ., rttcutt DSFAITMIIITSI Richmond, Ky. The president! Paducah. Ky. C. J. Heltt, aged 72, .1 OnulakU DDutiaal of Marshall county, shot und democratic campaign )u Madison conn Acutomlo Oolltgts farmer Mtwcoub Collis for Women killed his wlfo and then committed ty was opened here with u speech by Trthrs OoUts suicldo by tiring n bullet Into his brain. W. II, Smith, of 'this city, one of the Iputmnl ' Mdlrl Iltputmeuk llo also shot at hor child by u formur statu electors, who will canvass Kenalxllcftl JpartisiS tucky In bok;.ir of his party. husband, but missed It. 0,000 pounds of tobacco, burned. ham's Vcgotnnlo Corajwrnid, 12 from rootn nnd horlis, linH 8tandanl remedy for female iA nnd has positively cured thou r J Some 200 Pastors Will Attend Tobacco Barn Burned. Mlddlesboro, Ky. Ministers of tho women who havo neen trotilk lw Falmouth, Ky. A large tobacco M. 10. Church South are gathering tlbmlneementfl. inllcinniatioti.u! r warehouse In the heirt of town, owned hero for their annual conference St nib tion, fibroid tumors, irrogV-by William Galloway, nnd containing 200 pastors will attend. Rev. J. U neriodio naiiis. Imrkiiche. tlr ,JJ'I IW hk r 1 Loss mg-dow- IM-ora- f iiT jm Jyp y Till lUF w Vo4l-Orlu- Ucullng. tumar C Sw" vmm UtUA 1 j a.nn Baikal Bal if a 1. n. . MBrnna.m.H mM MUKM - Syrup flTgs - Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. Round the Capital Information nnd Gojiip Picked Up Here and There, in Waahingtom SUN qcIs 9onIlv yol nrompi- - A. A. 4- - BSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.... That we ofl'nr to depositors. Inducements are of secondary importance Otrur II ess Husky Babies Is Aim of Uncle Sam experiments In a raco of husky young giants, to whom sickness and III houlth will bo a rarity. To first remove the caiiso for Illness and then replace poor food with good will bo tho aim of the experiment, nnd the results ore expected to bo evident In tho human mnchlno thus constructed. Tho movement Is tho result of numerous Inquiries from parents nnd others who have suggested that there might ho a possibility of Impurities In children's foods. Tor n tlmo experiments on n small scalo havo been carried on, but It has been made to Dr. Wiley that a moro ex tensive Investigation Into tho Riibjcct will not only reveal tho fact that there aro Impurities In the foods now offered on tho market, but will show a way to bring about better conditions of health for children generally. Or. Wiley believes that tho manufacturers will have' tho matter as much at heart as will tho bureau ol chemistry, and for this reason ho Is nuking each maker of babies' foods to make a report not only on tho kinds of foods sold by him, but what be would deem ft proper food. It Is from tho physicians, however, that tho best Information la expected because of their Intimate dealings with actual conditions. In connection with tho Inquiry a spoctnl Investigation will be made Into foods for tho use of Invalids and that used In hospitals In tho treatment of the sick. on tiic bowels, cleanses title flti u a ww W w w I I J VJ M nraniPP WUvw Snllrir Vniir Oairnnann IIIIIlVi.1 a L BUCHANAN, Preildent. J. A. TH0HP50N, Cashier. W. . t,J. ti..i tAlaianAar.' iiunuara. Undo Sam wants brand of babies, oiio that shnll bo of beef nnd brawn, norvo nnd nuncio. And ho has set about It In a busliicisllko way. In thd flrnt place, lho bureau of chemistry of tho dupnrtincnt of under tho direction of Harvey II. Wiley, will llnd out whnt foods now prepared for lufnnta nro really foods. If It In (Uncovered that they aro not foods nt all, but cracked bran and canned mustard poultices thoro will Ins trouble. After tho results of tho Inquiry Is concluded mothers will be sent lists of foods proper for the tiso of babies. Prom physicians, manufacturers, and specialist In children's diseases there will bo collected data tending to show the causes which render children 111, nnd then they will bo asked to rIvo Information, based on their years of experience, which will advlso tho proper sort of nourishment and treatment for children, not only to nvold disease, but to build better WASHINGTON', ngrl-culturba-ble- ..,nn. E DIRECTORS J. J. C. Uondurant, 0. D. Threlkeld. .I T " . ft a ur. 'P a. iuiuru, nil e system ejectually, ossisis one n overcoming Habitual constipati on permanently. To got its, ueneficial effects buy the genuine. rjonu ncturod by tho v CALIFORNIA. SOLD UT LEADINO DmjCGtOTS-M- I p.BOTTU. SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY It BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER Investigation Uncovers Facts It is a fact that saves time and money wherever used. Promote) by Exercise amlCii l Demonstration Proves the Facts A demonstration on your work in your office at our expense can be had at your filBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO, ill Build YouaHome PAYMENTS. T ON EASY MONTHLY request Make the request today. You need me. I'm built on honor. I print red totals. I sell on my merits. I am fully guaranteed. ?(niVcr3a In thc promotion of Skin Health, Cuticura Soap, by Cuticura, thc great Skin Cure, is undoubtedly superior to all other skin soaps because of its influence in allaying irritation, inflammation, and clogging of thc pores, the cause of as-sist- cd It will My yU It will Intirtit lL livtitljiti (hit plan. yii If yn art paying rant. J f Dr. Wiley bellfres that In m few years ho will ace tho results of his I carrr the nnlr corapleU IIda of bulldlnr material, bulldor'i hard- You h and doors to b found In tha cUj. My price arc right. re, Capital to Get a Thorough Cleansing antiseptic cleansing, in stimulating sluggish pores, in emollient and other proper-tic- s, they have no rivals. Depot. tlxrodotl.lT, Roldthronihootthownrld. Mq. ( Ku.dc la rili l Au.tr-1- 1. K.Town. A Co.. Srdnej! indlt, B.K. Monir Kong trug Co.t Japan, 1'aleuUa: China. Marura, I.M.. Tokloj Itua.la, Ferrein, lMnarowj Ho. Africa. Lennno. Ltd., Cape Town, etc : U.S. A rotter Drue Cliem.Corp., 8oln 1'rop... Itoaton. owroat-- f re., CuUcura lioolt ou Car ot akia. disfiguring eruptions. In Juilc; call and sea. ! ... IS COMPLETE mm OUR STOCK AND ... mm bo subjected to one Is THIS town mosttothorough houseclcan-lnthe g riUOVIUlCIJ ' A UaaIuJiaIii T llI C D C O T" mt I JI Hillionaire Canned Qoods. elnz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. havo ever been performed hereabouts, and It Is tho belief of thoso who will havo tho Job In charge that the old Uwn will bo qulto a decent and sweet smelling placo to live In after the cleaning process hns been completed. Those of Uncle Sam's sanitary corps who mako a specialty of sanitary problems will be given a free hand, with Instructions to go as far aa thoy like. Tho reason for so much nctlvlty on the pari of thoso Interested In tho health of tho good citizens of Washington Is n report In Uiu Canal Zona Itecord which shows that whllo the averago of temporature and humidity In the zone and Washington aro about orations that Women Like Rural Mail Delivery Field on a the same, tho death rate in tho zono, the difference In population consld crrd, Is considerably less than here. Sanitary experts express themselves Adding Machine ns being shocked at tho conditions existing here, nnd In many other Amer UMVeRSAl ADDMO MACHINE CO. ican cities, after what has been ac 900 Drown Mirx tit.. Blrmlnjhira, AU. complished under most discouraging er I'altrrnl Aiding Hichln. Co. St. L.uli. Mo. MiJ L Cltlo At... conditions on tho Isthmus of Panama, Thoy say that thero la absolutely no cxciiRO for the prcvnlanco of such con' dltlons, and so far ns Washington is cornccrned, a determined effort will be tnndo to eliminate them. Government bacteriologists, etiem (Toa'tScratcIi) Is sold by druggists Ists and experts In other branches of every nere on a posmvc science arc now Investigating tho con . ruarantee to cure Dan- . r ' i runa anai an dltlons prevailing In many hotels and otaiu restaurants, among them some of the Troubles, Tetter, Ecze ma, I ten, Kingworm, In the city, and It Is said that a best Chapped, Sunburned number of warrants will bo Issued for Face and Hands, Pimtho arrest of some of the proprietors ples, Itching Piles, Sore, of these establishments. The house- Sweat', Blistered Feet, cleaning Is to bo general and thor Cuts, and all Irritations be ough, tho nation's capital will of the Skin. Does not turned Inside out, Btood on Its end, stain, crease or blister. Two Sizes, 50c and the nnd turned upside down, and $1.00 bottles. Trial scraping, dusting, spraying and touch Size 10c. Mailed direct, lng up It will receive will be a sur on receipt of price. prise to tho natives. HOOPER MEDICINE CO., Dallas, Teias. rturttrhnuaa prl., u Hooper's Tetter Cure m T. Y Donrlm 'make and 411 mora mrn'a SS.00 and S3JSO ahoes than any other manufacturer in the world.be-cauther hold their ahape, fit batter, arid wear longer than any other maka. aa Shoii at Ml PrlcM-fo- ftmUy.Mts, 8or,WomM!uMaCWldrw . WX.TMtlu 14.00 a af.N oat lip Bm eanet Xh aaA V. eui: r Ertry Mmbtr of tSa, Deaata. Tort CUr Xylti Vd jreliutelV nam. and price U atamped on bottom. Sold eTerrvber. Shoe, raattal trout laotory to an L DOU0US. ilur TlM. W. $tM Ill Saira S- t- B'racUeo. Man. DEFIANCE oak n.LKJYlAlN ItiAKdLc WUKKb ESTABLISHED TOM DILLON, 1855. Sr., Prop. as rural carrlem aro not POSITIONS to bo nttrartlvo to wom- (Succenor to IJ. O. Hauiage, deoaaied.) flarble and Granite flonuments CURBING, STONE HICKMAN, t WORK of all KUNTUCKY kinds, IRON PCNCINQ. lason&stubbs j Meet Your Friends AT en, and tho postotDce department docs not encourage their employment ns such, but an Increasing number nro Invading tho rural delivery Held. Somo nro regular carriers. Assistant Postmaster General Do Oraw Is authority for tho stntement that when women obtain places as rural carriers th6y Invariably accept cheerfully tho hardships that accompany tho work In bad conditions of road nnd wenthor. An cxnmplo of this enthusiasm Is shown In a report received nt tho department of tho case of Miss Lenna Scnnot, who Is tho aubstltuto carrier good wills." Ex-Envoy routo In one of tho Now England states. Miss Sennot has held tho position for threo years, and nl though the routo Is a long ono and Is thickly wooded In some sections. Miss Sennot snys sho has no fenr In driving over tho routo nlonc. Sho carries no weapon of defense, but considers that she Is nble to take enre of herself. When asked what Induced hor to enter tho service. Miss Sennot said that ono day, about threo years ago, the resular cnrrler told her ho was un able to find a substitute, nnd J6klngly asked her if sho would like to sub stitute for him. "I told him I would llko to bo his as Mstant or substitute," said Miss Sen not, providing ho had horses that had somo life. Ho agreed bo had good horses bo I was sworn In as his sub stitute "No, I havo never been ofrald, because there Is nothing to fear. I have every ono wearing a smile, and for that reason I bellevo I havo their laundry work Starch CiliWittror. pkf a pltuura. IS . 10c. DEFIANCE STARCH rr. The rome Of Course It Is. Then Don't Risfc It's Life by Trying to Get Jilong Without l Lauderdale's Tonsorial Parlors for comfort. .j Sold Horse to Leave Country laughed at the offer, Arabian horses aro not so easy to obtain In America. Soon nftor tho minister reached Washington Mundjl Hoy, nccordlng to the story told by tho chagrined minis tcr afterward, suggested that ho mako n gift of tho horso to tho Now Yorker, nnd tho gift was made. A few duys ago Mehmed All ro- colved his recall. Ho was stranded Naturally tho thoughf of a loan from the New York clgarctto manufacturer occurred to him. "Lend mo 2,000 until I seo my father, who, as you know, Is wealthy,' he wrote. "Had I known that your horso had n string tied to It I should never havo accopted It," came tho startling reply "If yon wish tho horso back I will return It to you," continued tho curlo ENTISTS. OFKICKS: i Beit In nickroan. Hot and cold bathi; electrlo Hehts and fans, hydraulic chain and everything Cliuton Street, Hickman, Ky. Next door to Jonea' Cafe. a T j. unr 'Pant. h w oruir ( tv. idtnir rn . J. W. Roney. W. J. McMurray. 111 I II I Ml IFAAlr I III 11 II lallr'aU kitAiiA 1 Roney & McMurray, In all the ..If 'iuhi outucuoa . . . . Books. Stationery. Post Cards, LAWYERS. Deeds, morteazoi and all kind i of contracts. Notary Publlo In offloe. Btate. Practice courti In tht Notions, Etc. Call and tec our itock. OOloe HICKMAN, KY. over Holcomb's drug store. : BerenUes&Coniuany All Hoy, deposed minister, was coinpolled to leavo with Homer Davenport, tho horso loving cartoonist, his prlzo Arabian steed In order to obtain funds with which to leave America, Is tho story mado publlo hero by a friend of tho fleeing minister. lirthenriore, It Is stated that this flual sacrifice camo only after the minister hud vainly appealed to n wealthy Now York cigarette manufacturer for a loan of 12.000, who a fow months missive. Desperate nnd tho minis btforo had been presented with a tnato to tiro Davenport horso at the ter said "Hcturn It." There camo no suggestion of Mundjl Hoy, consul gen-3r- l reply, It Is said. "(o and get my Arabian horse from nt Now York. When Mehmed All Hoy reached this Schlnasl," Mehmed All Hey wrote to .otintry a yenr ago he brought with UaveiiArt. Tho cartoonist wvnt, but jlin two Arabian horses valued nt came back without the horno, Thor $10,000 each. Ono of tho Schlnasl oughly outdone, tho stranded minister brothers, wealthy cigarette, mauufac- - decided to turn over to Davenport the turera of Nov York, la salL to have remaining, horso of the pair, for he ,. i ... ..,1111.. .... ...... lnT..,u ...... had to havo monoy. Ha got It and lft pf thom fur (13,000. Mehmed All Hoy Aiuuslca vltt Canada, THAT Mohmed Dr. McGee's Baby Elixir teething period. Good winter and summer all the time. Pleasant to fake. At your druggist's. Keep a bottlo In the house Be sure you because it costs 50c a bottle (you can buy a smaller size for 25c). Makes lean babies fat and sick babies well. A sure cure for all stomach and bowel complaints that baby flesh is heir to. Insures health and freedom from fret ting and sleeptessness during tho ' get tho genuine Mayfield Medicine Manufacturing Co. (Not Incorporated.) ST. LOUIS, MO. Fall... Announcement.. Having just returned from the Eastern markets, we wish to announce that we now ready to show you a complete line of Fall Goods: Dress Goods, Silks, Suitings, Outings, Flannels, Ginghams, Percales, Hosiery Blankets,-Belts- , Neckwear, Mattings, Linoleums, Rugs, Notions, &c. We In fact, we show our lines now complete. line of Fall Dry invite you to call and see the best Goods ever shown in Hickman. H Baltzer r Dodds D. G. Co Incorporated H THE HICKMAN COURIER "Crr, Wttttra Ktatucky Like tk Dtw" W. 0. BPEEB and J. O. 1 29 Leave your la'undry at Ellison Floating Palace Emmerson's Kros Sept. 22. wrts in Miss Dollie Davidson J. Solomon, df Cairo, w".n' here Union City Friday. Friday on business. Emmerson's show boat will be in Have you got your winter's supHickman, Sept. 22. ply of wood and coal? Daniel Briggs visited in WoodCrop & Blackwcll's chowohow, pealand Mills Sunday. DeBow's at nut butter Mack Rcid and Willie Caldwell Mrs, Hollis Kirk has returned were in Memphis Sunday. visit to relatives in Fulton. from a Heinx pickles and preserves at Mr. Jackson, of DeQueen, visited the Cash Grocery DeBow's. Mrs. Cavitt Monday and Tuesday. Lawrence Coombs spent several Mrs. Geo. Metheny is visiting her brother In Murphysboro, Ills., this days last week at Mabel, Ky. week. John Hagan spent Sunday and Misses Helen and Edna Gour, of Monday here with home folks. Nashville, were guests of Miss Iren Pet Gibson and Sadie Tuck, of Batts, Sunday. Columbus, were married Saturday. David F. Morgan, the flyinir Mrs. Murley Roper and children candidate for sheriff, is spending visited Mrs. J. R. Brown Monday. the "veek at Madrid Bend. Miss Elizabeth Corum left last Mrs. Burrus, mother of Mrs. D week for Lexington to attend State C. Coram, has returned from a visit College. to relatives at Woodland Mills. Mrs. Anna Ford Eberhart, of Mrs. Edith Rice has returned to Union City, is the guest of Mrs. B. her home near Woodland after a G. Hertweck. visit to Dr. S. K. Davidson and Mrs. W. E. Scales, ol Union City, family. is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Rivers Cavitt and wife returned Prather Curlin. Monday night to their home in Lit0. Hertweck returned Monday tle Rock. Ark., after a short visit from a visit with his wife and daugh to Mrs. Cavitt. Considerable cotton is coming in Mrs. M. E. Rose and Mrs. J. R this week. Price is from $2.85 to S3 00, and is the highest price ever Brown have relumed from a visit to paid here at this time in the season friends and relatives at Minic, STYLE and Fabric arc very important, but tlie If of your tailor is inoie important still you come here, you obtain nil the achnntajri witliout worrying nltout rnults. 1 ho International laid pn!clion--an- d made-to-measure on a suit is your guarantee you are wearing tie fincit a sin t' t Clothes n America. Court h)ouse News Coodrn.nl E ter, at Cairo, Ills. MILLET Hogs selling at $7.40. Ed Wright is In Fulton. All kinds of lunch goods at De . A. NAYLOR Clarence Reed . r. aunuay. U.Mllb ! SEXTON, lor Our Bur NNdrrt Editors and Proprietors. vn in Ull ( r I.JIU ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADVANCK. Enursd at th Hickman, Kentucky, puatofflce m lecoud-clas- s mail matter- - TWU, Sepi IIU903 Elect Asst. Cashier. At a meeting of the board of directors of the Hickman Bank this week, John Pyle was made assistant cashier of that insitution, succeeding Miss Sadie Amberg, deceased. The selection is a good one, as Mr. Pyle is one of the plain, sensible, young business men of this city, and bears the honor of his position with becomHe will, no doubt, ing modesty. perform his duties to the satisfaction of all concerned. Notice. Those interested in Poplar Grove Cemetery are urgently requested to attend a meeting of the Poplar Grove Cemetery Association at poplar Grove at 9 o.clock a. in., Tuesday, Oct. 16. Please remember the date. Business of importance. G. B. Threlkeld. Pres. J. W. Ballow, Secy. For Sale. Good team horses; log wagon, chains, etc.. very low price. Apply to, The W. F. Cowles Co. 2t Arlington, Ky. Len Rouden, an employe of the Mengel Box Co., residing just south of the Christian church, had the misfortune to lose an eye, Wednesday. Mr. Rouden was chopping stove wood and a stick flew up striking his right eye. Physicians ex- P. C. Ward has rented the Mrs W S Henderson to Sam Salmon, Oma Shaw resilience and will move house and lot in East Hickman, to Hickman from Walnut Log in a few days. Glad to welcome "Mr. $1800. Ward to this city. G H Adams to Jody J Gates, lots Miss Lizzie Heightman left Fri in Rice's addition to Fulton, $800. day for her home near Oerman, Mo. T H Vincent to J T Duncan, 50 After a much needed rest at home. acres land, $225. she will go in the dress making busiW H Norman to H D Pegram, 15 ness in St. Louis. . acres land in east cart of countv. R. A. Tyler is attending the races $1200. W P Felts to H D Pegram, lots in at Paducah this week, and incidently doing a little boosting for Oakwood Fulton, $275. Stock Farm home of some of the Susan F McDade to H D Pegram, best horses in Kentucky. 7 acres land in east end, $800. The trial of Robt. F. Ferguson. J F Tucker to Edward McMillen, charged with the murder of Robt. house and lot in Fulton, $4250. Watson Madrid Bend some time W C Wilson to W A Hinshaw, 10 ago. will in be called at the Court acres improved land on Troy road, House in Hickman next Monday. $2500. A M Adams to F S Moore, about 73 acres in bottom. J E Griffeth to L D Perry, lots in West Hickman, $900. Mr. Perry traded some land in Obion countv in on the deal. (LAND TRANSFERS. ) (COUNTY COURT) Tmn. Mrs. E. M. Church, of Union City, and Mrs. Annie Gilchrist, of Nashville, Tenn., spent Sunday with Mrs. Martha Paris. Chas. Moore was in Uninn City Wednesday. He was accompanied home by his mother, who will spend a few days with his family. The N. C. & St. L. railroad comp any is graveling the street along the river a much needed improvement Taken as a whole, Hickman is coming out of the kinks. Mrs. Exie Dodge Shannon and little daughter left Tuesday for their home in Kreb, Oklahoma, after a visit to Mrs. Bealc and family. She was accompanied home by Miss Ome Campbell, ol Moscow. MIC this week. Bow's. Bern to the wife pf Dr Y B Ce Chester Bondurant was in Union line Tuesday morning a g.rl City Friday. Carl Russell, of Besi.e, Tk F. S. Moore was in Paducah thli was here Satur lay and SjO? cek on business. mn ma iv nation Til m At last the streets In East Hick- ,Tucsday en route to Tiptonr. . man are being worked. miss Annie Lowe left- Icti!? ... T. C. Belote, of Mayficld, for ward seminary at Nast,..jt here on business Monday. The cuace at Cairo shows just a new kind of fruit lar. Act ' little over 9 feel of water. ' A. . it. fruit. Go to DeBow's for all kinds of aam salmon has He makes the prices. Hales Point, Tenn , Miss Marv Waters returned Sat been logging. urday from d short visit to Fulton. ine city uaus are Mrs. R. A. Cates, of Tiptonvillc, gutters built on both mcci una vccii visited Mrs. M. Amberg this week. s Willie Caldwell is visiting near Union City for a few days. Boston Baked Beans, Pork and Beans - ready to eat at DeBow's, the Cash Grocer. Miss Bonnie Carpenter left Mon-da- y for Jackson where sh: will take up duties as teacher. Porter Wright, colored, was fined $50 and costs In the Circuit Court at Fulton for selling whiskey. Eld. Stubblcficld will fill Bro. Collcy's appointment at Mt. Hermon next Sunday. Everybody invited. Mrs. L. D. Thomas and little daughter, Lillian, have returned from a visit to relatives in Memphis and Troy. Miss Isola Allen left Tuesday for her home at Nashville after a pleasant visit to Misses Charlotte and Lily Hubbard. Miss Dell Allen has returned to Charlotte. N. C. where she is teaching after spendnig the vacation with Mrs. A. A. Fairs. There seems to be very little enthusiasm in the Democratic ranks in this part of Fulton county. Its rcla-live- retJ'r.pJ r. Ui wrier' t' havirgcrxm sides big c! n tracted the ball. ordered recorded. Geo. Beadleas, of Fulton, was Milner Bird was appointed here on business yesterday. of Moscow and Mayficld road. G. At the regular session of countv court Monday, the following busi ness was transacted : ' Will of Tohn S. Gardner was probated and Mrs. Nannie Gardner, nis, wite was appointed administra trix. R. M. Chownine. and M. F. DeMeyer were appointed to appraise the property of deceased. The following fiduciarv settle ments were filed and ordered to lay over 30 days for exceptions : Arthur Arrineton Guardian for Philip Lee Webster. Mrs. Fannie Benford Guardian for Kate Cook. C. H. Samuels, Administrator for T. W. Marshall. The settlement of Sam Wilkins. guardian for Bessie Asbell was We are Leaders In Shoes! iL. i. ii i : i ' : U".tjv .. wic men tomorrow night. DeBow carries hardware, u glassware, bacon, lard, f meal Bottom Prices Mrs. Horace Luten and 'ii .i.'n have returned to Fulton after a r.c to Mrs. Maggie Randle. Mrs. Kelly and Mrs ErcrA of Bessie, Tenn., have been tj.'-Mrs. Eugene Blakemore. Go to A. M. DeBow's f :r eve tning in the crocerv line, w for cash and sells for cash l Don't forget I- .- tu uv lii eii 1... tht r-- ".'.;rS .1 111 : lux -r, 1 One of the best show boats 3ii When you buy shoes you expect Fit, Style, Quaity and Wear. If you have not been getting these it is time for you to come to us. We have them. river is Emmerson's Floating Pa and will exhibit here Sept 2J Al Paris, wife and lltttle dial ter, Mira.are visiting Mrs. Fsni father, Mr. Robbins, near M' Mad rid. Mr. Mengel Tnni-- . nf Mniri-- wood. 1 Tt2-- i Stoat Shoes ldsrcehn00' 5 to 2.50 has accepted a position Box Company with & as Lusi! We've got just the kind that combines good looks with satisfactory service. Inspector. xSudc Nalfeh and wife rr'amd Tuesday morning from St Lw1 where Mr. Naifch had been cuyd State Fair At Nashville, Sept. 21-26 W. Manees was aooointed overseer of 4th section State Line road. W. E. Gibson was annotated over seer of Lower River road. Tom Self was annotated overseer of 1st section Troy Road. Rogers was aooointed overseer of 3rd section Upper River Road. J. C. Browder was arJDointed over seer of 7th section State Road. x GIESECKE t The most famous make of mens and boys substantial shoes The Napoleon Boots Made by the Selby Shoe Co. Patent Calf, Russia Calf and all the best leathers. Prices $3.00, $3.50 and $1.00. Low Rates N. C. & St. Rwy. Strayed, Cattle. muley heifer red with white back. steer, pale red and white spotted. Three-yea- r old heifer, solid red. Four-year-old Four-year-old Jersey heifer, pale iwo ana a steer pale red with white spots, All the above are mirked with crop and under half crop in right ear and a split in left, and are brandplus 25c for round trip ed with letter J on left hip except last one mentioned. Five dollars reward for each one Tickets on sale Sept. 20, 21, 22, 23 brought to me, or information lead-t24, 25. Good until Sept. 28lh their whereabouts. Three-year-old reu. halt-year-o- ld ONE FARE We are showing the latest in Young Men's 2fday. o KKrc - SPLENDID EXHIBITS Be sure to attend J. W. Caldwell. J. B. Housley has cherry trees in his yard that have their second crop of cherries on them for this year. o snow avimdoavs CASH SHOE STORE E. oui--t C. 91.50 to $3.00 WCE CO. new goods. high time we were waking up We are informed that the rr.mtM" ... iuyc . Charlie Travis has resigned his (tores 01t 111. ciiy L. .. iiirffi mis position with the Hickman Wagon themselves to have no spec." Company and is now traveling for opening days this fall. the New York Store, of Cairo, Ills. WANTED 1000 pounds of We have heard of only one man corn. Must be sound, firm and W that will make the race for magis- from weevil. Will pay from 2 trate in this district. Everyone to 3 Jones Cafe. should remember that this important J. W. Roney, Allison Tyler, Jufc office has to be filled at the coming W. A. Naylor, Sheriff Scat, 1PU'' election. Sheriff Goaldcr Johnson, i Misses Marguerite Sanders, Caro- Moore, B. T. Davis, J. W. Mo"1' line McCaughn, and Mary Lou Grif- mill nlhi-- r Hirlr m.inltrs are altfO" fey, of Mayfield, attended the Ing court in Fulton this week wedding last week and Mrs. Giles Bond, of Chattar.ocgJ. visited Miss Mabel Wilson until was the honoree of a morning given Wednesday by Mrs. John received last Thurs-- . Dillon. The guest prize, a seun automatic piano. It is spoon, was presented Mrs. u operated by electricity, and is far and the euchre prize, a dainty g superior to any instruwas won by Mrs. Porter Shumate ment ever brought here before. It During the games, punch cost in the neighborhood of $1,000. seived, and later, cream aim Hickman merchants, anticpating Miss Isabel Nash arrived bt a good fall and winter business, are Saturday evening on the Staker L getting in stacks of new goods, giv- from St. Louis, to fill the pos'0" ing the people who trade here the milliner with Baltzer & Dodds N' advantage of the very newest things Nash had the misfortune of havisi on the market and large aisortments her pocket book stolen in the Vni from which to make selections. Station in St. Louis, ThursdjT Watch for their announcements. Do The pocket book contained her your trading here ; the prices will be to Hickman, ome moneyi " as low as at any town in the s)ate, watch, and four riugs. 1 . c. le p' self-playin- OTB FOR YOUR FAVORITE IN THE COURIER'S POPULAR LADY CONTEST. $400 PIANO FREE LKS HOW LIVING Kultoti county will print I rou ttiKt THE HICKMAN COURIER. tU- -i - A BLUE MARK HERE mrnn that your ul. crlptlon tin expired. Itonew promptly if you want the paper to come to you nfter th! month it.- ri UWHilf - TmM ,4 DuMm i I. n o " ... mmwwii Uf . ... IIIO t4 MUMR0.3I mi II" "" - '" j I r f I ;l .. " m "" r. w ... 1 .- rr . . - t r- if r ' iJ ' n I j 1 .. , 1 r 11 rt n . f NO. 14 vnt.tiun 80 KERTtJOKT DEBT PArBB IN WESTERN HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, "An Ideal Home," you say. Well, it muit be where love abides, i NEW RULER 1908. WHOLE HO. 2413 ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 18S9 (over's JJj mm m trrm 1 TIIK IDEAL HOME. Written for this department by njiPKi ami on condition we omit . ! .....I. .am, vuiI ncs uut oi six icijuci tm mi. . . tTt kk... aic ur lauy reauera in 4ii;iuan N 1 li not necessarily the trapping! of wealth ; Lrned with ther muit tt be taddened by Aim. tirturlif -. "A- wmnp - fticp u.w.v...ii ill. There must be religion. I do not villi Irlrlll.trv ipeak of creeds or doctrines or .1 I... tl i iu.fi will nm..rnii fnmnlf Bibles or prayer books. There !.... I .... .1..).. must tic a deep, reverential, God'.Ill g In this home, the husband is the fearing and religion, me wiic tnc norae which exemplifies the doctrine taught winner, vrr. anu loirciuci mcv icikii in the sermon on the mount, and the ir.g and queen over the little realm golden rule. cnnurcn, iui wicic ic i,uimti There should be calm, low voices tie my Ideal home, are loyal and and quiet minners. There should . . brJtent subjects, every one; ana it be children and books, and pictures ever occurs to them, to question and flowers. The silver hairs and I U.I 1tn 1 .A I...... tremulous voice of age should be en to rule. there the grandmother or grand order and system prevail; but father, or both. for Love's ,e and The well-bre- d guest should be ... -ll I. -- ...I. lll.tr. ikl. there, and the way to the door cme, and to be good and do good should not be hedged against the 1 I .L I. I. tneir constant iuic ui (.unuuti. poor, for he is "always with you." lealth, imlllng goddess, stands at With these crude suggestions ac I I .I ..I cepted and applied, I should say r:itrllv with lavish hands. The with one whose literary shoes I am I 4 a' ,c is not only the place vhere .. ? .i ?i i .i'jre s recumiw wanii arc uauv Lfpltcd, but a school of manners; f.tL 4itt iiitu My ideal home, God-trustinai .. 1 sanded ai follows; rockrooled In confidence. It must be where physical comforts are not wanting, but where luxury and pretencei have not usurped the places of peace tnd repose. There may be more j jy in the hovel than in the palace; but you are asking for the "Ideal" home, and such a home requires all the omforts. There must be music, because music is the language of the soul when ordinary language falls. t. self-sacrifi- ...li... .-- society. In some respect, the parents sustain the same relation to children that officers of th; law sustain to the people. Good citizens never disobey the laws, requiring the infliction of punishment, and were to all probability, reared In homes where the majesty of the law was Inculcated, without the aid of In the "ideal corporal punishment. homes" children will be taught the principles of obedience and self denial as soon as they can understand, although It requires "line upon line, and precept upon precept." With the exercise of much patience, the model parent will gain tb: love and obedience of the ahild without harshness, or what some one has designated "physical persua-sion,- " and instead of trying to beat goodness into children will make their "natural tendencies and the subject of earnest study : then by kindness and gentleness, so train these as to secure a harmonious Rush L. Holland of Colorado Springs, Colo., was elected grand exalted mler of the Rika at tho Dallas mooting Mr. Holland Is an attorney. H development, physical mental sfad noved to Colorado Sprints from Zaaosvllla. 0 eluht yean ago. moral, the normal activities will be directed into laudable channels and Here the golden rule will be follow- a desire created to do what is not worthy to unloose ; , iprlngi. "Home, It U where the'tfrty-iln- r ed in all intercourse of one with anAnd wbcre the evening un rcpoe; other. Perfect harmony exists beWheru'er the enale aprend hU wins From northern mows to tout lircnro.ti." tween parents Any man can shave himself with in regard to the razor with In the ideal home the ruling prin- management of household " affairs Porter's ciple will be love. Love to the Su- and the training of the children. perfect ease," for Jerry Porter's preme Ruler of the universe and love The same rules of courtesy will be goods are the very best and have to for each member of the family. observed that we expect to find in be when he says so. OF THE ELKS possi-bilit"Tuff-Steel- Heard In tft&fo a lit: Vsruiuu Gasoline at the Courier Office. Mrs. J. P. Wiseman is on the sick list. Keep your eye on the Courier's piano contest. Dick Scearce, of Cayce, was in town Saturday. Judge Remley is campaigning in Fulton, this week. Some dyptheria in Fulton county, If reports are true. W. J. Harper was In Union City ' on business, Monday. in James Crawford, of Cayce, was Hickman last week. es J. L. Clevidence, of Belmont, Mo.. was in town Saturday. Dr. C. M. Blackford the week in Louisville. mercial-Appe- al is spending The Courier and the weeklv Com- one year for $1.25. Miss Azalee Ray, ot Mayfield, spent Saturday and Sunday in Hick man. S. D. Luten, candidate for Coun ty Clerk, is spending the week in Fulton. Ellis Henry, son of P. B. Henry of Route 4, is attending school at Henderson, Tenn. Tom Prather, of State Line, left Sunday night for Louisville, to at tend the state fair. Edwin Fuq'ua, of the Union City Commercial, spent Sunday with his parents in Hickman. W. L. Helm, one of our popular young merchants, is in St. Louis this week buying gocds. FAIR warning. All subscribers to this paper who owe as much as one year go off our list. Tetleys Tea at Moore's; When the best tea costs less than a half cent a cup why not have it? Willie Amberg left Tuesday for Nashville. He will attend Vander- bilt University again this year. Cascade Flour. If you haven't tried it yet you haven't had the best. Call No. 4 C. H. Moore. Mrs. R. S. Murrell and son, Silas, are in Louisville this week, visiting Mrs. Scott and attending the Stats Fair. Martin Schmidt and wife, and two children, of Union City, spent Sun day Vith their son, Carl Schmidt, the tailor. You will enjoy a meal at Perry & White's restauramt. Good, clean cooking and seasonable edibles. Al so, soft drinks. Misses Charlotte Hubbard and Dottie Davidson left this week for Nashville, where they will attend school this year. Special orders taken for china and glassware anything you want delivered in four days. Farmers Hardware Co. C. C. Smith, of the progressive firm of Smith & Amberg, is in the St. Louis market this week. Watch for their big announcement. Annual Meeting The Fifty-thirof the Kentucky State Medical will be held at Winchester, . is is unrcouKCQt rt.t- - i uu iauugiHi umci n or linMe lhr .r. I iiMt-- c I t Ii r .ntianrr. iirincinir inn cmiure ai t uiru 1 1 luutu uv T1 R .i . I . 4 -- II f 1.11 . 1 I.L.I. U I j lillS 1 IllLli i. t iL - LICi II i IU . Ht LI rem the r garacn paim wun tnetr nml rrfinr- k acritIr.nE nf hf.lntir t l. .t.. I . MEMS CLOTHES ! ! FIN EL Y Vrr. thr tMirtis who frrnuent this f 1 1 rnamenis. The head oi my "Ideal home" It father posseislng firmness of char -- rNsoil U. 0 " and mentally, to his family. The mother is patient, kind and courage, cut, the children obedient. This home ii not the home of wealth, neither is it the home of proverty. OrJer and system prevail in evry department. The radienc of truth rests on each face. There is refine-ir.er- .t and culture. The mother 'ongue is spoken in all its purity. This iJeal home ii a Christian home. .1 .... 4k. 4UM 4 1 TAILORED In the conservative styles for business men and elderly men. In the more extreme styles and materials for young men. The Bible is read here and its precepts are lived. Books and papers are to be seen everywhere. The looks are selected with care so that 'hey may entertain and instruct without corrupting the reader. No profanity or slang is heard here. The cup that inebriates has never had a place in this home. The children honor their parents and the parents respect the right of the children, and life is made as bright as possible for them. They are early taught to love the beautiful In art as well as nature. Flowers and nusic help to refine and beautify their home. This family are taught to deal justly ana they weigh their tellow man by what he is and not hat he has. This "ideal home" 's so attractive that the children ar not tempted to spend their even logs on the street or In doubtful p!ws of amusement. Dear Editor t What do you say "my idea of Home," in the space yc indicate? A volume, and a Jrpe one, would be required to diss cuss the mere outlines of this sub-t But you have given me some time to boil down mv crude imner M ideas on this theme. A great writer, you know, said on one occa-"o- n "This is a very long letter, wt positively I had not time to make it shorter." We Can Fit Any Man And he can save a ten dollar note when we make his suit or overcoat. If there is any risk we take it. Every garment must thoroughly please the man it is made for. No argument, no controversy. Satisfaction or no sale. A profusion of cheerful patterns. Correct style plates and assured expert workmanship. Money Saying Prices in Every Range. d September 23rd to 25th inclusive. ...,$iO, $18, $20, $25, and up to $45 a Suit or Overcoat... Trousers and Fancy Vests to suit any fancy and price limit Finest Line of Shoes Ever in Hickman on Display Bradley L & Parham The Elizabethtown News rises to remark that somebody has discovered a substance 300 times sweeter than sugar. The Courier man knew of that a long time ago its about 18 years old and wears a white dress. Jerry Porter, of Clinton, Ky., originatoi of Porter's lamp chimneys, which have a national fame on their merits, is now putting on the market Porter's "Tuff Steel" Razors, every razor bearing Mr. Porters name on the blade, and he is advertising it as the best razor made and the people are going to believe just what Jerry Porter says about H. "Tuff-Glass- " I "1 r ii ii Heard On the Streets Tel. No. 4 for groceries. Candidate are numerous. Circuit coutt Is in session at WHEN YOU VISIT UNION CITY tall and see our lomoinanon mall We oav especial Money u COS )SJ Look ryrxa. oumcining entirely new. P attention to EMBALMING and UNDERTAKING and have hr,n.. f ma bw ma Saved Is Money Fulaa a Mm m m ton this week. Better brush up and do a little advertising now. Mayor Dillon has a new concrete walk in front of ths Marble works u h - - m - mr Maa vm m ma w r ' n ll. ii mil us ... y.i.i j... nay or 1113111, ntn.. ni tin miLi rnune unite riiunc jou, 1115m nt J Made Every pair is new and graceful and dainty. to" suit you here. We can fit you to perfection ! Try a pair of Judge J. Naylor left Saturday for Cayce to spend a few days with relatives. Bondurant left Miss Victoria for Lexington to attend Monday school. LIGON Kl TRJSTIXI J RE 308 South First St., Union City, Tenn. TcLX-'piiia.- o Cures the worst Cough you ever had in one day. The hirst dose gives relief. A CO. w The West Hickman railroad prop- osition seems to have been shetved for the time being. and Ambition Slipilny Auti When Her Back Aches. Woman I'intl all Iter Enervy , J. S. Griffeth has moved from Hickman to Union City. Their address will be R. F, D. 8. If you use a pulverized or ground coffee you can get an extra fine one from C. H. Moore at 25c per pound. Geo. Carpenter and J. W. Ward returned frcm Ashport, Tcnn., Fri day, where they have been looking after their timber interests. Browder Bros., 5 miles south of Fulton, lost their large tooacco barn by fire list week. The loss amounts to about $1500 with no insurance. The Ohio river is lower now than was ever known before. Unless it rises soon so that the boats can run, we'll be wearing Pittsburg coal for shirt studs. Shame on that old cow for ignor ing the law and spending the afternoon on Clinton street the very day the city dads said she should not be seen there. LOST Btween Hickman and Mud Creek bridge, a gold bracelet, 3 "Mable Wilson" engraved inside. Reward. Leave' at this office. Giles Bond and wife, of Chatta nooga, Tenn., arrived in 'Hickman this week, Mr. Bond is looking af ter the preliminary arrangements for starting up the cotton seed oil pearl-setting. You'll find just the shoe IMPERIAL SHOES, S2.SO to SS.OO MILLET for Women n NJIYLOU Let it stay there, it can't loving regive in its stead, if you take it away? PhilosoW. 0. SPEEB and J. 0. SEXTON, phy? What are you to do when Editors and Proprietor. tirrd and homesick? Love? Earthly is such a ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR loves are so selfish. It beautiful delusion. Don't destroy it. CASH IN ADVANCE. Weave the silver threads that reach Enterad at ta Hickman, Kentucky, down from the star of Bethlehem inmall matter. postofflc. aa second-clas- s to the gold;n sunlight. Train its THE HICKMAN COURIER hurt you. It is such a CTn Wtitira Kiatuckjr Uk tht Dew" ligion. What will you ages. Tnursday, Sept.inti, 1908 A Beautiful Delusion. Is religion true? I don't know and don't care. But if it is a lie it is the most beautiful one ever 'old, one from which truth itself might learn. Could we exist as a nation without it? France tried it. Does it do any harm? Then why destroy it 1 Don't. It's as old as civilization. It was almost all to our mothers. We've been sung to sleep a thousand times by its hymns. We are better men and women now when we hear them sung. They are joined to tender emotions. It has made many a man happier and better, more honest, tender and forgiving. Many a man and woman have lain down within its shades peacefully. Don't destroy it. Why, nine-tentof the mothers in America believe in it. That's enough for it It has been growing in our hearth-ston- e for clinging tendrils around the bare walls of our lives and cover up the jagged corners and rough unsightly places with this beautiful story of Calvary. "SUPERIOR" Wheat Drills. Best made. Sold on easy terms or good discount for mill. cash. NAYLOR MER. CO., W. A. Johnston, the Cayce, Ky. hardware man, says he wide-awa- ke 74 Wr The Masons of Hickman Lodge are contemplating the establish ment of a ladies auxiliary to that body known as Order of Eastern Star, and the move is meeting with much encouragement. Ladies eligigreat Canadian fair at Toronto, ble to this order are mothers, pain, anywhere, in 20 minutes sure. the wives and sisters of Formula on the 25c. box. Ask your Canada, says that U. S. representa- daughters, tives are carrying off many of the masons. druggist or doctor about this formula it's fine. Sold by all dealers. prizes for fine horses, cattle, hogs, The Courier believes this would be a good move other towns and etc. Its a way we have. ' NO 40. Twenty acres just west cities have them why not 7'. of Mengel Veneer Mill. Good house, stables in fair Order Ihe Courier today. condition, good young orchard. Are You Planning to Remodel r Good fence around the place; also good cross fences. River does not If you contemplate remodeling your present overflow all of it. Purchaser can home now or in the near future, vou (hould make 15 percent on the Investment. itudy the subject of Plumbing. Good plumbing is one of the If you want a bargain call at happiest features of a modern home. It not only contributes at this office. Price, .f 1000 on easy "to the comfort and health of the occupants, but is a source terms. is 761 four-room is almost in the notion to quit handling Cole's W. R. Markle's New Sunny South, Hot Blast Stoves. He avers that one of the best show boats on the he gets to make only, one sale to a river and the largest in the world man, as they last a life-timgave a peformance here Friday Dont put off getting your heating night. Of course they had a good stove till the first frosty morning crowd and a good show. Mr. and come in and want it all up in Markle says Hickman always gives half an hour. Look over the line at them the largest turn-ou- t of any Hickman Hdw. Co, and have the tpwn on the river. one you want reserved. In a letter to Jno. A. McClure, Pink Pain Tablets Dr. Shoop's Andrew Morrison, who is attending stop Headache, womanly pains, any e. Hickman woman knows how the aches and pains that come when the kidneys fail make- - life a burden. Helm & Ellison. Backache, hip pains, headaches, dizzy pells, distressing urinary troubles, all tell of sick kidneys and Contest Getting Interesting. warn you of the stealthy approach Interest in the Courier's Piano of diabetes, dropsy and Bright' Contest is still on the qui vive. Al- disease. Doan's Kidney Pills per most 7,000 voles have been cast manently cure all these disorders. since our last report, and friends of Here's proof of it in a Hickmin the contestants are beginning lo line words : up in a way that promises an inter- "I am a strong" believer in Ihe merits esting finish. of Doan's Kidney Pills and firmly The S4 00 Forbes piano which is believe that II il were not for them. to go to the winner is certainly I would have remained the confirmed worth an effort. It should be re- invalid (hat 1 had been for two membered that the present standing years. The pains in my back were of the contestants is no index of so severe that I could hardly stoop what it will be in the end, and ii you and to straighten after performing are anxious to own this instrument, thit action was equally as difficult. we would advise you to keep hustlThere were dreadful pains in my ing. Do not try to make your race head and at times I would become exclusively on the coupons clipped so dizzy that I could hardly stand from the paper ; they help, but do on my feet, My health rapidly denot count like new subscriptions and clined and I was truly in a critical renewals. Spend more time on the condition when a friend advised me latter. Write lo your friends away to use Doan's Kidney Pills. Al. frcm Hickman and ask them to sub- though I had almost despaired of scribe for the Courier and give you getting relief, I obtained a box at their votes. Helm & Ellison' drug store. The Miss Carpenter still leads by a results of their use were remarkable. small margin. The vote is as fol- In less than three weeks I wax res lows: tored to good health and every 9520 of Kidney complaint had been cradi Miss Mintic Stoker.. ....1020 cited from my system." Miss Llllie Coffey .. Miss Dosia Carpenter -- ...15145 For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n Co., Buffalo 250 cents. Miss Eunice Meacham 150 New York, sole agents for the Unit Miss Bessie Brown ed States. 4090 Miss Virginia Royster Remember the Doan's 355 Miss Kate McConnell take no other. 1675 Miss Ivy DeBo ' 7080 Miss Pearl Stone Farmers wo-man- ammmmmmmmmntmj; If you wish to have y0Uf prescriptions filled Qick ty and Accurately takt ... in em w u Cowgill's Druff Store where you may gat your Drug wants at any hour BAY OR NIGHT 's Cowgill's Drug Slots (Incorporated) Campaign Chairman. May Have O. E. S, 1 THE- COST Of LIVING more easily adjusted lo your income by the use of a checking account. From month lo month you have an exact record of all money received and paid out, A checking account is an indicator that helps you to keep your income ahead of your expenditures. In addition to keeping your money mat- of pride o the owner. i. ' We will pladlv rlunm 1 plumbing with you and give you the benefit of our experience. Having installed modern plumbing systems in numerous fine homes we can refer you to many satisfied customers. A little knowledge on the subject will be beneficial to you in the selection of the best material and fixtures, and in their proper location throughout the house. Tickling or dry Coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. And it is so thoroughly harmless, that Dr. Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else, even for very young babies. The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub give the curative properties to Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. It calms the cough, and heals the sen sitive bronchial membranes. No opium no chloroform, nothing harsh used to injure or suppress. Demand Dr. Shoop's. Accept no other. Sold by all dealers, FOR SALE t 220-acr- e farm, well dwelling, 3 tenant improved houses, 2 large tobacco barns, 2 large stock bains, Fairbanks scales, 1 spring, 2 wells, . fenced and Half mile to two churches, half mile to school house, on rural route and telephone line and short distance from two good markets. 200 acres in cultivation. An ideal farm. Adjoining land last year sold for $65 per acre ; this can be bought for $10 less on the acre. A number of improvements to way of orchard, etc. If you want a bargain, ask for No. 43, at Courier office. cross-fenced- Senator K. M. Taylor h.i beta appointed Campaign Qu.tr--n ct Fulton county by the Dr- -; Campaign Committee , tu. man Taylor will appoint thr awake Democrats in ea-- h pf zi in the county to assist in thr v. The selection of Senator Ta,..r 111 wise one and one that will mt a the aDDrov.il of evcri? Tm-;r- r . -. it Chairman Taylor hat na-- ju following precinct members f u Campagin committee for .' county : East Fulton, Mack kij, Chairman, J. A. Milner an J Thomas. West Fulton, (Jus F Chairman, John Thomp: j i:J George Oiborne, Lodgt;n, E.5 Thomas, Chairman, Hays Pe Jno, C. Browder. Cayce, . Alexander, Cnalrman, Win Henry Carabell. Frank Moore, of Hickma:, tn been named by Mr. Taylor t j a 1 Chairman for the lower part ' U Organize. county and requested to tun? fie Pursuant to notice representatives precinct committeemen f:r Su'.e of 25 Farmers' Independent Tele- Line, Hickman, Sassifras PJ ', phone companies in Western Ken and Madrid Bend. Fulton Lea'f d tucky met at the office of the Home Telephone Company at The meeting was called Mayfield. to order and addressed by W, B. Stanfield and resulted in the organization of the Farmers' Independent Telephone Association of Western Kentucky, composed of Hickman, Ky. 25 Farmer's Telephone lines. The following officers were electRooms and Board ed: President, J. R. Summers, of Milburn, Ky., J. E. by the day or week. Large, Hodges, Fancy Farm, Ky.j secrerooms bath in connecti a tary J. R. Wright, Arlington, Ky. This organization embraces farmReasonable Rates !! er's telephone lines in the counties of Graves, Hickman, Ballard, Fulton, Carlisle, Calloway and border counties of Tennessee, and reports from various companies showed that in addition to the association, rekOMROV, TNI TNI MLLAV presenting more than 4,000 teleOoouia II 1MVT Till pT lieiVn .11, wtix phones in the various counties, that as aw tiii muviwiAi-iprit- l oosiuik ni a vaota the farmers have erected nice telephone exchanges and switchboards in the county seats and villages all over these counties so that they now have long distance connections all over five counties, and their lines cover nearly every road in the six Go. Hickman te 1 r-- roster-Milbur- -- May-fiel- Jj t Cottage g Hotel... 1 vice-preside- I NO ,. ! counties above mentioned. The object of the association is to enable the rural lines to meet competition, improve the service and as far as possible increase the long Furniture Funeral Directors o And Embalmers.. Kentucky If you will call to consult us, we will show you the samples of "Standard Ware we have in our showrooms "jitoBdard" Ware Is the best plumbing and quote you prices. Ask for our illustrated material made every piece is guaranteed. booklet "Modern Home Plumbing." ters straight, a checking account is convenient, it gives you safely distance connection, Hickman, for your funds and a receipt for ever bill paid. COTTON- - & ADAMS THE HICKMAN BANK Hickman, Kentucky. Tuttahonm No, 30 Racket Store For Sale. I offer for sale my business on Clinton street, consisting of racket goods of all kinds, cigars, candies, Holiness Church. tinware, graniteware, glassware, Sunday School every Sunday show cases, gasoline lamps, etc., at at 2 o'clock, and prayer a bargain. If you want something every Thursday night at 8 o' that will afford a good living, see me at once. I will sell at a bar- clock, n' gain, Kirkindall. John Cct the habitof trading at Bel- Buy "Square Deal" Fence. tersworth & Prather's, CATS SUFFER FROM HYSTERIA iVea; Fa I Attaeki Frequently Confounded with Rablei Are Due to Anlml' Nervou Ttmperamtnt. ...MILLIMERY... We have never before made such extensive reparations as we have this season, and can truthfully say that we think our showing of Fall lillinery to be the best exhibited in the city. A imgnificent assortment of Pattern Hats, copies )f Pnrasian models of high price; an exception- illy strong showing, and prices range from $15 to $5.00. 'em' v TAILORED HATS Grand showing of the celebrated "ELZEE" Tailored Hats, ranging in price from $4.00 to $10.00 OUTING READY-TO-WEA- R HATS It ia known that the cat has an extremely nervous tmprament, and is" very sensitive to the most varied external influences. When they ars young, says 31. Qorbon, excitement, often of variablo origin, is sufficient to provoko a veritable attack of hys-terin cats. In theso conditiDiia these animals aro uneasy, scared and hide themselves, or spring at everything they como across, biting, scratching, rolling on the ground, with clinched jaws and foaming at tho mouth, while their limbs, arc racked with convulsive movements. The attack does not last long and is followed by a longer or shorlcr period of stupefaction or depression, after which the animal returns to its normal condition. These attacks frighten people in tho neighborhood of tho animal and cause them to fear at attack of rabies. Thus a great number of cats aro destroyed for this cause, although they arc not suffering from rabies. Hcvuo ia m "V s a littln mnrn alvlo. vntl might reasonably hesitate to pay the price. But the "Common- I I S IBiBiBiBiBiBiBHS oth- I ISISISISISISISISISISISISM jvealth"exce!s in so many er features! It has absolute perfection in shoemaking, the excIusive"VeIvet" toughest of oak soles, choice uppers, styles and lasts of unusual character. You will plainly see the difference. ssssV HHBskssw ssssssssHVesssssssssflsstt Can we show you the Fall I tsisisisMsisisisisisisis. styles ? If- - If Wira , tt In nit- fig 5SSf BENCH MADE fcLsW IBI sH Many people at this season want an inexpensive Felt Hat for between season wear. We show a splendid assortment of these nobby hats of fine Felt and Satin NOT POPULAR. gMSISSSaiBBIMIIBSHSS 30c to $3.So MTBeginning next Tuesday we will have all Hats on display. We invite your inspection. Millet Sr Nay lor Election Day Primaries. Discussing the calling of primaries on election day in the First district, a Paducah correspondent says : "This is expected to hold all the Democrats to their party affiliation. The calling of the primary has had the effect of dragging the night rider issue into this election, and in some counties, it is said, Republicans have stated that they will vote the Democratic ticket in order to secure a chance to support the law and order ticket in the county primary. This is so in those counties that are overwhelmingly Democratic. On the other hand, the pledge to support the ticket nominated may keep many away from the primary for fear the night rider ticket will be successful and they themselves bound to support it. Republicans are hoping that the court of appeals will decide that the Democralic organization has no right to require of a participant in the primary the statement that he voted in a general election. If that qualification is removed the Democratic primary will fail in its purpose of holding the party vote, and at the same time will embarrass the county candidates by a long campaign." lialley's Comet Halley's comet, the most sensational of the sky truants known to astronomers, has looped the loop in its whirl through a billion miles of space and is heading this way again on the visit which it makes to these parts every seventy-fivyears. This news does not come by wire- -' less or celestial correspondence of any sort, but purely by way of mundane communication with the Yerkes observatory at Lake Geneva, where elaborate preparations are being made for photographing the. visitor. The first plate will be exposed two weeks from and at close intervals thereafter throughout the fall, winter and spring of 1908-0The comet will not be visible to the naked eye, however, until well along in 1909, and will swoop into its pergihelion, the point of its course closest to the sun, about May 10, e 9. altzer 8r Dodds Dry Goods Company on I Ay steamer Peters Lee an Eye Witness Heroic irk Sabes BoatHicmaniles iboard Gel in Medicament Memphis News.ScImitar of t antalns the following ac-nf the Peters Lee fire: Imght fire broke out near the b( the Peters Lee, on her down Hickman to New Madrid. lar i perfectly trained l"c crew kept the damage , t it the fire was extinguish- ' alter the boat had been run cn Island No. 8 and the pas ts landed in scantiest attire. Ire were about 8,000 bushels leat aboard, and other cargo its value up to thous-- f ILrcught p i fire-figh- t- The cause of the unknown. pantry of the Peters Lee crew Ised by all. Only two regret- In idents are related. First, Ibouts crowded ashore in un liable panic, and second, some k'tis claim their staterooms Irctbed, while the passengers I ashore, and the crew, every , hard, at work fighting fire. Pressing Down Pains ' Mil, situ ol trlw knak cm thai should hart biMttUt kntloo. El ro enllv tita b bjr the n Put bildin, thi seed ot tmt vnim.ll km coaltla a Mat, yw cm FobL the lues's Ills. MrlecHf rtiilir m rtmtiv Ur tUM of onsostd ol sarelr pdltDts, betas, besides, a tea i hlml.n took sucailkM- - CARDU1 WOMAN'S Li.. RELIEF wr" JOBS A, ' . Fn OSIna ' ha .I . "Unix 17 tAUDrufjgiit! IV'RITP AD twir' . lUnir " AUYKB, The fire originated in the rear of the boat, and the linen room and laundry, stateroom 41 and some baggage suffered the severest damage. The flames shot upward rapidly, until the situation looked worse than The alarm was sounded it was. quickly and passengers were warned. Clang of the fire bell added confusion and in a moment all aboard were jumping from their staterooms in every variety of undress. "Land wherever you can," was Capt. Flannigan's stentorian command, and the pilot quickly ran the steamer's nose aground on Island No. 8. The gangplank was down in a trice but here occurred one of the two disgraceful features of the fire the terrified negro roustabouts, unmindful of women and children, or of any consideration save their own safety, jammed- and crowded the gangplank despite the efforts of the crew, and were first ashore, the passengers following. But one person, the bartender, jumped. He swam ashore. Drill and discipline of the crew was splendid, all passengers agree. With celerity which would do credit to a city hose truck company, five streams were playing on the blaze. Nothing but praise is heard for the crew of Each man was the Peters Lee. courteous and courageous, passengers say in unision. Then came to light the second shameful part of the night's occurrences. Some of the staterooms had been robbed, so passengers claim. While the crew was all intent on saving the boat, and while all the passengers were ashore, some negroes presumably, dared the heat and smoke and danger to make a systematic search of the bunks. Considerable money, it is said, was secured, also some jcwelryi The boat's officers and crew made every effort to find and restore the lost articles and money, but were unable to ferret out the thief. Mr. and Mrs. Rivers Cavltl, of Little Rock, Ark., were on their way to New Madrid to get the body of Vaulx Cavilt, who was drowned. The fire occurred almost at the spot where Cavitt's death took place. From a sock left under the pillow in the haste of their fllghttrom the boat it is claimed money and checks totaling $300 were taken. 'The damage is slight," says Recs Lee, member of the firm of Lee Brothers. "The linen room, the laundry and stateroom 41 are all - that are damaged." The Peters Lee stuck her nose down stream again and by cutting out some small landings pulled into Memphis on time Friday morning For the remainder of the trip there were some amusing hardships. Table clothes were nil those which were saved being scorched. Napkins were minus and towels were not to be had. Tbs first town brought a rush of passengers to the village stores for supplies, and to replace missing clothes, combs, hair brushes and linen. The village mer chants rubbed their eyes and rentw ed their faith in miracles. Driven back into the boat by his wife, who begged for her clothes, a bewildered husband faced a t a 1 1 stack of garments, some white and fluffy, much and cover ed with lace ; others dark and heavy in all a wonderful collection. Hearing wild calls for help the clerk of the boat rushed to the stateroom. "What are. a woman's most im portant clothes?" asked the puzzled spouse. "What shall I save?" "Her hair puffs," the clerk dis gustedly replied as he strode away. And hair puffs is all another girl saved, it is solemnly related. $100 Reward, l$00. Tlie render ( tlilt pntr will lx pleated to Ivnril ttmt there lint lonut ono dreaded i nlrio to euro dlsenne Hint "dunce turn In nil Iti itngCH, niul Hint U Cntnrrh. Hull's Unturrli (Jure U tho only positive euro now known to tho medical fratrntt. (ijttnrrli betiiK n coimlltulloiinl dUeiue, rvQUlrun it roiiatltutlonal tmitniont. Hull' Ontnrrli Uuro U tnkrii tnterunllr, nclliiti illroclly up on the blood nnd imiooun aurfiicua or the njrateni, thereby doilroylntc tho foundation of flio diamine, mid iflvlnif the patient atrviiKtli tiy building up Mm eoiiatltutlon ii nd imilattiiir iinture III dolnif Sis work. The proprietor huvu ao mueli fultlilu 1W cura tive power Unit they offer One Hundred Dollar for ouy ciuo that It full to cure. Komi for lltlof teatliuonlnl. V. J. OUKNKV ii COH Toledo. O. Adri' Hold by nil I)runirlt.7&o Tnke IIdU'i Kamlly I'lllafor oonatlpntlou Ik-- Club noro I havo been horribly Insulted' Ono ot tho members offered me a hundred pounds to resign my membership of tho club. What do you ftdrlso mo to do? Funny .Man Walt a bit! You'll get a better offerl ISLAND OF CARIBOU. An island in Lake Superior has been stocked with caribou. Caribou island, so named because it formerly was noted as a home for tho animals, again shelters a herd. Six of the animals have recently been taken to the island, and it is expected they will largely increase in number. The caribou were procured in Newfoundland. The herd on Grand island, the original members of which canio from tho Canadian wilds, is attainThere aro ing goodly proportions. no hunters to molest or wolves to Slunising correspondprey upon ence Minneapolis Journal. 1909. Will it strike the earth and smash things into bits? This has been a popular fear ever since this heavenly visitor was first observed, along about 12 B. C. H The pay-as-y- enter street cars it POWERFUL COMBINATION. Tim was a protege of Mr. Blank, Boston lawyer. He was often in trouble, but by personal influence with the courts, Mr. Blauk managed to hare him let down cosy, so it became a matter of talk that he did not suffer greatly in being arrested. "How is it, Tim," some one asked ono day, "that you aro arrested very often, but never go to jail nor pay any fines ?" "It's just this way," Tim replied. "I Lave Mr. Blank for mo lawyer, nnd with wlint he doesn't know about the law I tells, lum." (JreonBuir. a well-kno- We Serve More Ice Cream Sodas Why? s a good reason we serve,- more Ice Why Cream Sodas than any other fountain in town. It's because our Soda cannot be made belter, cannot be served more expertly and cannot be excelled for quality. Try our3 when you are hot and tired. There - Small Bills Scarce. The national and state banks and trust companies over the country have cash reserves that have been equalled seldom in the financial history of the country, but there has developed a scarcity of small bills, which is beginning to embarrass many bankers and their customers. This lack of $1 and $2 bills is the more extraordinary because it occurs at a season when small money is ordinarily plentiful and because in the panic last fall the treasury turned out small bills as rapidly as the printing presses could work them off and thus increase the amount to a point never before reached. Porters follow Porter's into "Tuff-Steel- Little Mary started to school, she' slate and pencil. stopped the use of the slate and the "tablet'' was subtituted. She also dropped "r" and "May" was her new name. High school days increased her knowledge and also her name It appeared 'Mayme.' College days were crowded and full and the little notes reached home signed "Mae." College days have Erie Johnson returned Monday passed and gone and in a little tour of the night from a thirty-dayhome of her own they call her western states, and is back at the Ma." Ex. ey in the N. C. & St. L. office. When a man makes the air blue The Republicans carried Maine, with Sunday school words because his gas engine wont run, there is oue Monday, by about 8,000 plurality, of two things wrong his engine is as against 2,700 in 1900. either out of fix or be has gasoline that wont test up to the standard. The Courier sells gasoline the kind that will stand the test. If its our kind you arc using fix the engine. For Launches The trial of Bill Bailey ana Erst Ward, which was to have come off Monday, at Paducah, where they are charged with having "done" a Cl tit the (liuollnu tit Courier Ottlce Mr. Finlay in a horse trade, was continued until the 28th inst. s' have been introduced in St. Louis. There is a phce for entrance and another one for leaving the car and passengers can go into and out of the car at the same time without coming in contact with each other. The conductor has a compartment of his own in which each passenger pays his fare as he enters. He registers the .fares by a foot pedal and signals to the motorman by means of a rope over his head. kes d ...Essentials for a Soda Fountain.,. tst. Perfect Cleanliness 2nd. Cold Ice Cold 3rd. Quick and Neat Service Uh. The Test Fruits Syrups and Cream " "Tuff-Glass- razors will " lamp All of these are found at HELM & ELLISON chimneys universal use, just duck takes to water. like a Eat at Perry & White's restau rant. Cowqill's Soda Fountain. Hardware tThe BigPlace to oox our w Store TtLe . An Imitation Stove Will Give Imitation Heat STOVES and RANGES Avoid the cheaply constructed, putty jointed stove ns you would in many counterfeit money, because it is just ns worthless--an- d For not only docs it radiate heat badly, but it cases even more so. wastes its original cost many times in fuel. The majority of manufacturers, attracted by the phenomenal success of Cole's Original Hot Mast Stove, have imitated and copied it ever since it was put on the market. But in tots only have they been able to reproduce this wonderful heater. For the features which make Cole's Hot Blast so c cconoinicalinfucl.soeiTectiveinhcatmR.andsodur-nblin construction, are nil patented and protected. No better line to be found anywhere putty in ati endeavor to make them When the putty dries up and falls out, cold air is sucked in through the cracks - and the valuable air-tigh- stve Thejointsof thenrdinary stovcare plastered with t. Prices the lowest and goods guaranWe know teed to be as represented. we can save you money. yt. Come and see for yourself. f;,iscsfroinsoftorhardcoaI,whichshouldbe6rAi, go up thechimney.along witli most ot tnc neat. Cole's Original Ho Blast Stove Burns Soft Coal, Lignite, Hard Coal or Wood Buy Early While There's A Big Assortment to Select From Hardware of every description. BBBTaBBfc3rfBn5BBM BBW aami'S. aw t "SaVaiBWBrT JVu - r' xllltoeJKi m t. Made without stove putty. It remains air tight during the entire life of the stove, and is sold under the following made on any guarantee, which cannot other heating stove in the world: 1 A few more buggies left to close out at greatly reduced prices. Splendid line of Graniteware. ! GUARANTEE! 1" Jw tor ftttrnlMt ft MTtlf ( third In fuel orf r nf lowtr drtft tlor o( h ( with oft CX1 Ml or tUrk W cm r hard 4 t p9 mM4 la lh ih tht with flr Hoi rvft'Bto BIit to (N Wm br4 CM I fW pM bitlt ft trar m4 hM thin wttb th mom tit W n bm on to two mxTnlnr with (, ilr W fa a. rait will We wlthOQt aalform hMl Ut tad ftUtbt, with tmf nI, Ittrd cm, of life. W. In rontti Wlhl M 1 rrulf tltUo. don't only want customers, But want PLEASED CUSTOMERS Pnt ptaribt la b Mania iM dasl proof. the..ft m Burning Soft Coal The big expense of heating your home h in the fuel nnd not the first cost of your stove. Don't let yourself be jersuaded to buy anything but Cole's Original Hot Blast. Ask for free booklet on "Scientific Combustion, which wilt show you how to beat your home twice as convortably at one-luthe present cost. the llumc lCo,c,s ,,ct Blast from Chicago," on P V4 J 1 1 vJli the feed door of each stoe None genuine without it. lf boart hkt4 ihkt from th nh raarftatM lh f d'dwr akJ rrBW tujtfr air-M !( ad. AlTTIflW A CLEVER A WOMAN. doflnl-Uo- n BY THE WAY. writer gives the following of a clever woman: It la lucky to do right. GOLD MINING Byron Williams. A clerer woman Is one who alwaya makes the best of any situation. Justice doesn't drop stitches In her knitting. We must learn to think to learn what to think. If we have reason for au act we dou't need au excuse. clever woman Is one who look well after the ways of her own houseA hold. A clerer woman Is one who undertakes nothing that she does not understand. People that are religious to gut rich won't get rich to be religious. How clearly a lawyer states things if he Isn't trying to wlu a bad case. You can't think a fuce Is homely It you see a beautiful soul through It. aaaaaaaalaaaW aaaT A clever woman Is one who Is mistress of tact and knows how to make the social wheels run smoothly and well. A aUJ Derrick Kills Man. A dispatch from Cnruthernvillc on the 9th Inst, says: William Pender, aged 35, lost his life at an early hour yesterday morning at Ogdea, Mo. Deceased was engaged in loading .piling at the time of the accident whlchy was caused by the derrick, the derrick falling on Pender crushing him. Pender leaves a wife and two children, and came to this county from Hickman, Ky., about one year ago. Card of Thanky , .t . i,f ana iricnus tor tneir ati .zwjx kindness during the death of our late buib.v er John L. Luttiell Respectfully, Mary F. E. I A L rtr. . r LtTTilL- - tv M.lnna llrnlh.fi ton use an engine to n.n clever woman Is one who makes There Is hope of a person who has the other woman think herself the sensu enough to get tired of Uelug a cleverest. fool. A clever woman Is one whose ability Is never unpleasantly felt by the rest of the world. A A fellow does well to get out ot the devil's trap If he has to gnaw oft his leg to do it. clever woman Is one who acts like The person who Isn't going to do hot water on tea she brings the sweetness and strength out of every- right till tomorrow Is always 24 hours from It body elmi. . Jurisprudence Is beginning to think A clever woman Is one who acknowledges her neighbors' right to It doesn't exist to see that a crimlive, who doesu't believe that she alone inal shall never be anything else. Grand Haplds News. Is the motive power ot the world. four mules and eight r5 e engine burns oil and I he . nnv walrr.. .... msrhcierv If Inroroornle Inn forrlan ttnte and then try to (lo;tmtn. In Kentucky, what ed Iby oil. It is said tiut cs rlsbte will e linnet J. II. K. The lights granted to foreign SUM , (Wtkaft WIIV Wail J telephone companies under the laws of the State of Kentucky are quite wm i t. si extensive. Upon making just com ".w.a. wa .1 I (II uu fa pensation, such a company has. the opera i c u ana wm right to construct, maintain and amount of work that ra: oe a operate telephone lines through any formed by mules, as public lands, nnd on, across or along stopping for rest Rijhts in Kentucky. , u 11 V .a-- .... a a ttr a Don't pay an agent 50c for the Experience has taught us what the when Weekly Commercial-Appea- l, first-clas- s public expects at a restauyou can get the Hickman Courier rant. We can please you. Perry and Commercial both a year for & White. SI .25. all turnpikes, and uhder any naviga ble waters, and along aud upon the right of way and structures of any rauroau ot tnc state, ouch a company may contract with railroad or turnpike companies, and may condemn a right of way over their lines. To this extent, the rights of a foreign company arc subst tntially the same as those of a company locally or- gan'ued in the State of Kentucky. Carroll Sts., 190J, Sec. 4679, A. "Tuff-Steel" UIUVCU lilIIU, UU1C UVC1 V...it.tln. .1- x ilia vuiiuiiji', ciu. TH. rinse. Incnorllnn frnm one Adjoining farm other. ui mis ciiv. iur 1.11C dwelline, newtire. Has tzlu t- ii..rli, you this place for about bill :r .... fw.. I 11 lriiimiL' iirifTr- - ill inr- 11.11 get ousy. Hickman tsn..,.,. We Vui .ji.i.i., Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions Years of straightforward, honest dealing 'with the public Is the reputation 'we stand on In asking you to let us fill your prescriptions. In all those years 'we have made a good many satisfied, steady customers who trade 'foltn us exclusively and hate a feeling of perfect confidence In everything W do for them. There is a great deal of comfort in being able to trust your druggist In such a way and we should like to have you experience It. Porters razors arc oi.uuj on uic iircci uuun"- open for an Agent in every town. day. First come, first served. Printers ink will keep them constantly before the people and nothing but the truth shall be told. tubbta and M wa wui working JDny. "I knew a feller," aas ha, "that qatt fooling arouni awl thrn Time dorsn't Work; pay I now ha U atarvlng t rieth aa a etaricl wo wux a digging for 001.0 In thre Hun Oraclouil It's warm digging dirt In th" "he went 1 mine but ha Quit It won day dun. next thing they alruck LOTS of OOVD Ortmladdy, Jonra ihowed ui clat whera 1 rite away!" tart Ptub and Ma dug In thre aajid until t back of hla houaa and ha drawed ui a then wa decided 2 knot work no moral Chart. rrandaddr went 2 thee house for a pall we aneeked away to thee pond for a sale! ona tlma thte Indian Tlrivn, Painted Btub met ma down by thaa fltora about Kaca, tmada him a pitcher axpltlnlng then placa. ma lets ma go If I don't May t lata, grand.iddy aed If we dig long nuf we miu a sitting along on thee walk wa will B sura 2 dlarover then Bluff! ha marked It out with a apada and ha llatnlng t Awl of thee old Fellers talk, "where are yew working?" 4 Kphrtaia aed i Btout, "Now yew dig down 1 tha virgin gold winking hla Rye at old Mickey MoPnrut. bedf" II1IC1I uic nicaiii popular the dudes will e.M ntk PAIN ii--)fl - Judge W. A. Naylor is having two road drags made with which to make a dcmonstrutlot) of the good roads proposition in this county in a short time This is a very commendable move. Of all the things Fulton county needs, good roads would do the most good. by eminent be a short isviMijmmiXi, pain i uu eua otaan, At loaei. ao tan i'"77"'irr,j. imntiwl nron 14 7.Thaa --7 ... a lltll Dink . r . . . ha . m, auoopa ii (rfY ikdiw vauaa tueaeniaeaaTming.piMituuirue'u r,- -j thotuh Mltl. U aural eauatoa Un l nn sngaiU mm I il lmiUI jou are yVaM man ueepleaa. ruUeM, n":' f ft la !0 aUauMa. and aha tablet uat" JL unnatural Wood prveuire. Brulie tout floior.and Uoaia't H frtc; - " HELM Sr ELLISON It is now believed writers that it will only time until people will be "wa are a working for Jonea la thaa Rua. the air as was predicted wa dug around In a circle and HWEATI digging a datum thaa boys here bagual" Dad aes. "Pitch In, yaw will captur It then tbay awl laffed and I aaea Hr. onaa ago. yet!" than while wa putted ha brung App'es around. eotlng hlm.elf by thee hole oa Um Qround. rubbing hla Ifanda and a ahaktng boneat I bat thte day will be party biassed next tlma wa bale) Daddy Jaea f gelaU . pauon. blood s mature. You'll nou araaaw aa m eaaia, au traveling in fifty years bat Help your favorite in. the piano contest. Dr, Shoop' Headacho TablcU "ALL DEALERS Nothing Better Than Lowney's Candies The Coolest, Lightest, and Most Cafe in Western Kentucky. Try Us Up-to-da- te All Kinds of Fine Fresh Fruits Get the Habit: Trade At JONES' CAFE 0 Unexcelled Soda Fountain Service. Domestic and Imported Fruits, Confections, Pastry, Canned and Bottled Goods, Tobaccos, Cigars Jones' Ice Creai Made at home made right and in any quantity on short notice !!! Drop a Nickle in Slot and Hear the Latest cMusic on our $1,000 Electric ffiano Home J OiieS Made Bread Made daily; right from the oven to your table warm and fresh !!! above the ground, and securely placed therein. Council Proceedings 4th. Each member or partner in said telephone company or partnership, shall erect, maintain and own cKan, Ky., Sept. 7th, 1908. his own instrument, poles and wires il met in regular session. connecting his instrument with the Mayor Dillon, Councilmen exchange and shall pay his proporI y, Bettersworth, Schlenker, tionate share of the operating exit, Ledford and Swayne. penses of the exchange and the cost thereof only. ni iti mimitnn wr. r n ir i r Henry Clay, error in assessment 3.56 Dick Isler, removing dead mule from street 2.00 Report of City Treasurer for Aug. 1908. GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT. Fulton County Election Officers. EAST FULTON. U" :t . Felts, (D) Judge. J. L. Clanton, (R) Judge. Chas. Binford, (D) Sheriff. Meton Paris, (R) Clerk. WEST FULTON. .P. To bal. per July report To amt. ree'd. of Tom Dil lon, $ 653.31 1 t T.tion and seconded the ordinance introduced on rd. 1908. erantinsr a .Tele- was made as follows t 0 and Jet tin ia. aiiiiii' itiiii munp 11 -nnlfi w nlnnrr tit wirr inrrp. n Inner iiu icr turn nnrnrtitf ... .w..ra - j'" ' o" 1' Slim h nh. r fil1tftf nnrl 4av ucicatici uc uucncu use J ai such, for the purpose of wr "r V irt " corporate limits of said city, and w rrmn-inn n 1 5th. The successful bidder shall give to the city an acceptable bond in the sum of $1,000, indemnifying it against all loss or damage it may sustain by reason of having granted said franchise, such as attorney's lees, etc. Attest: H. C. Helm, C. C. The motion being put to a vote of the Council, the amendment was adopted by an affirmative vote of the entire Council. Then the ordinance as amended was read, and being then put upon its final passage was passed, each of the six members of the Council voting in tavor of same. On motion Council adjourned to meet night, Sept. 8th, at To amt. ree'd. of H. C. Helm 122.55 S3513.97 By amt. paid out August Jr 2738.11 W. T. Carr, (D) Judge. W. H. Hall, (R) Judge. Roscoe Baird, (R) Sheriff. D. M. Nichols, (D) Clerk. LO DC ETON. during 785.32 Bal. to credit this acct WATER A LIGHT $2728.65 Lon Binford, (D) Judge. N. H. Bellew, (R) Judge. Joe Barham, (R) Sheriff. S. J. Fletcher, (D) Clerk. CAYCE. BOND ACCOUNT. $ 846.25 To bal. per July report To amt. ree'd. of H. F. Remley for interest 42.00 To amt. ree'd. of Tom Dil 1209.40 lon, Jr Will McGehee, (D) Judge. Sam Wilds, (R) Judge. Geo. Meneese, (D) Sheriff. Chas. Barber, (R) Clerk. ' Hickman Household No. 5. C. W. Hickman, Ky. Dear Sir: I beg to acknowledge settle-meof claim which accured on the death of my son, J. E. Nichols, amounting to $728.35, this being the full settlement for face of policy $700.00 and return of premiums paid amounting to $28.85. My son died on Sept. 7th, and the check was dated Sept. 9th. The delay until this date was occasioned by my having to qualify as guardian for my son, Charlie, the beneficiary. Thanking you and Hickman Household No. 5, for your promptness, and wishing the Columbian Woodmen God speed, I remain Respectfully, nt Letter of Appreciation. Wingo,Ky.,Sept. IS, 1908. Mr. J. T. Dillon, Clerk, night. Messrs. Cecil and Mill Shaw recently made a tour of Kentucky, but not finding everything as anticipated, returned home Friday night. Mrs. W. J. Hannon died last Thursday morning from the effects of an operation. She leaves a husband and six children. Funeral took place at Poplar Grove. Dorena. J. O. King went to Charleston, Saturday. Health is considerable better in this neighborhood. J. R. Bryant was in Charleston on business last week. Guy Hall went to Hailwell, Ky., to visit relatives, Friday. Rev. Stoneciphcr will preach at Locust Grove next Sunday. Several from here attended the show at Hickman Friday night. H. C. Cochram and wife, of Charleston, were here last week. Mrs. T. W. Pickett, of Ashport, Tenn., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Byass'.e this week. Misses Parlee Kelly and Nannie Tankersley went to Mounds Satur day, accompanied by L. L. Hin- shaw. A protracted meeting is now in progress here ; it is being conducted by Rev. Myles, of Martin, Tenn., and Rev. Ferguson, of Paducah. STATE LINE. Julia nichols, Harry C. Matson, (D) Judge, Lewis Martin, (R) Tudge. R. A. Tyler, (R) Sheriff. W. M. Shaw, (D) Clerk. CITY HALL, HICKMAN. Guardian. 7:30. !t m a. Attest H. C. Helm, City Clerk. and to set up Hickman, Ky., Sept. 8th, 1908. ulna uvv.a' wcavrtiiuiis increior ana inus Council met persuant to adjournvvuuui v.uawiic! auu ment of last night. Present Mayor CUV Cirh mmhdf nr ntrinr'ia Dillon, Councilmen Gray, Betters-wortmuw w J't i ill . .mi uii wmci lUtUUIUClHB Schlenker, Swayne, Dodds H"- - vvuuwwiWU Wild VII UG and Ledford. The following accounts were pre"wMwnac ta tauicu gr uur- ts life, which shall be for the sented, properly approved and on terra of twenty years, subject motion allowed and checks ordered : ever to the following conditloni., issued for amounts . o ii Fabric Fire Hose Co. for $ 338.00 hose .. .. . Jt tl.f hiuutiiig aaiu nail- Crane & Co., fire hydrants 119.34 .wcivc uiui increior Nelson Mfg. Co., connec55.50 tions for hydrants ' au ill iiiUK- . , ana Hickman Concrete C o., 166.25 iu mc nigncsi nnu concrete work. v., vouncu reserv-th- e G. R. Caldwell, lumber 61.92 ripht n r.i.i i n .vjv.. any auu ail G. R. Caldwell, lumber 81.48 I uciore receiving - .ma uiuiuance is oruereu to S. T. Roper, license for 11.50 Opera House advertised in at least two issues ine Hickman Courier, a namr Tom Dillon, Jr., tax cr. on ,kWijf mine cuy oi men. 18.75 due bill H. Realty Co Tom Dillon, Jr., street work ra"y in wnom this 262.55 ,i (itemized acct. Hied) , e""Jicu is io place said Tom Dillon, Jr., miscela"a iies in accordance with 8.35 laneous claims tcction of the Street Commit-the City Council, and shall Hickman Hdw. Co., wiring 25.66 City Hall building aild rtorc as near as may be, . CtfrMi..II 5.25 Hickman Hdw. Co., mdse. "' "",cys uu nignways in Rood condition as 4.00 Hickman Courier, printiug before. JU'.iTne. polcs uPn which thc R. L. Reeves, Agt.. freight 3.50 be placed, shall be of J. A. Noonon, Jailer, diet ' sou'111 t'mber, at lca,t 25 feet ing prisoners 8.80 ; x --- Central Exchange Bal. to credit this acct $2097.65 No change in City Hall Account since last report. $ 328.17 Balance W. C. Johnson, C. T. Report of City Marshal for Au gust, 1908: Taxes collected, for which I hold Treasurer's receipt S3 209.40 Tom Dillon, Jr.,C. M. Continued next veek NO R. E. Millet, (D) Judge. Ed Palmer, (R) Judge. Henry Clay, (D) Sheriff. B. Moore, (R) Clerk. COURT HOUSE, HICKMAN. V4 h, -- H. H. Green, (D) Judge. R. Glasier, (R) Judge. Jno. Kirkindall, (R) Sheriff. John S. Dillon, (D) Clerk. WEST HICKMAN. i ADVANCE COPIES. - ... Gwendolen What did Archie say when lie proposed to jou? Esmeralda H won't say it until next Thursday nigkt, and it won'f be rclcnwHl before 12 :30 a. m. R. M Metheny, (D) Judge. J. M. Harkey, (R) Judge. W. M. (Jason, (D) Sheriit. Jim Hunt, (R) Clerk. SASSAFRAS Rush Creek. Mrs. Adams spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Geo. Roper. Edgar Brcwn, of Harmony, was the guest of friends here Sunday. Erroll McGehee is teaching the Woodlawn school near Alexander. Miss Inez Bynum, of near Fulton, is visiting relatives and friends here and at Cayce. Miss Jymmye White, of near Cayce, spent Saturday night with Miss Mary Crostic. Miss Mary Crostic entertained a number of her young friends last Saturday evening. All had a jolly time. RIDGE. Homer Roberts and Rivers Bal- - -- we Jesse Anderson, (D) Judge. Thomas Lamas tus, (R) Judge. C. M. Brown, (R) Sheriff. Roy Burrus, (D) Clerk. MADRID Doti'i maim 1 IE BEND. " w - ...... You won't at any soda we serve. about our Everything s scrupulously Fountain clean! Our materials are all of the finest quality. We serve bigger variety of Soda Drinks than arty other Fountaiu in town, and never use anything but Pure Fruit Flavors. S. D. McCreary. (D) Judge. Jas. Whitson, (R) Judge. Jas. Laster, (R) Sheriff. Joe Hawkins, (D) Clerk. low, of near Fulton, called on young ladies of this neighborhood Saturday evening. The drouth still continues but it seems that it is broken in all the otlur states. Can the weather man tell us when we'll get our rain? Tom Fuller Dead. as we go to press we learn Just that Tom Fuller, who has been sick for several weeks at his home in the lower bottom, died this mornkig at 7 o'clock. 10 pounds good coffee Helm Ellison. lite asn urocery for ueoow. $1 at Clean up the streets. Woodland Mills. Carl Thomas and Chas. Stahr were in Bowling Green a few days last week. Mrs. M. E. Rose visited her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Chandler, at Mime, last week. E. C. Rice and wife aud Louis Lunsford and wife, of Hickman, were visitors here buuday. Elmer Threlkeld aud H. Whlppel attended a supper given by the La dies "Aid Society at Cayce Thursday Brownsville. Chas. Williams, of Clayton, was in the neighborhood Monday. Revival services will begin at the Brownsville Baptist church the third Sunday in October. The infant child of J.J.Wiley died Saturday and was buried Sunday at Poplar Grove. Our city was thrown into a state of great excitement one day last week when Elvis Williams, W. A. Wade and Dave Edwards appeared on our streets armed to the teeth, preparatory to a trip to the wilds of Keeuoot i.aue in quest ot oear, ueer, etc. i hey also had a good supply of fishing tackle. They expected to be ubsent several days but next morning they returned well satisfied In answer to with the expedition. an Inqulrey as to the game killed Williams says there was noue, Edwards says they caught one fish weighing 40 pounds (?) but that it escaped. Mr. Wade has uothing to say but we are confident of learning more iu a few days, Ben MCutchzon COPYRIGHT 306 BY DODD & OflwriY Illustrations byMzlvtix could not bring himself to understand this daughter of n Croesus. "How Inns will you bo In Hnvann? sho naked, nftcr n long, thoughtful si "Only a short time maybo not more than n few hours," ho nnsworrd. "My father has been called to the City of Mc,lco," nald. she, "and I am going with him. From there wo shall make a tour of tho United Slates. We shall spend two weeks in Havana. Can you not come to Mexico?" lence ' i "Senorita . Bostoi Mutt Have Loved You, My Captain." u SYNOPSjS. Gerard Chamber, son of a wealthy Importer and a student at Hn eastern college, whs awarded a membership In the Cluster of the Gemini, a secret organiza- tion, founded by Itodney Graves. The society was exclusive, only seven being admitted. The members were known as l'crsons. A meeting was held and each member was awarded the "call of destiny," which amounted to an assignment to test his metal. Chambers was told to pass a period as a sailor and not set foot in North America for a year. Then ho was directed to go to Mexico for further Instructions which were to assign him to another year's exile, during which time he must make his own living unassisted, and keep everything a secret. lie gained his father's consent. He also acquainted Marsylla Bnyless, his father's choice for his wife, with the fact that ho would be away two yearn. She left him angrily, Jerry obtained a berth as supercargo on an ocean freighter bound for Urania, South America, loaded with guns for onemlea of that government. Chambers was captured and thrown Into a dungeon. Marina Bostos, adopted daughter of Gen. Bostos, ministered to his wounds. Knch made a strong impression on the other. Jerry was sentenced to die. Upon rromlsn of Marina's love, Cupt. lllnro freed Chambers. All three united with Gen. Barado's rebels. Chambers being made 11 captain. Capt. I'llaro died of fever, Marina accompanied his bodv to burial. In a fierce buttle Barado defeated Iioatos. Jerry frustrated an attempt to assassinate Gen. Durado. Marina's funeral party was attucked and she was reported missing, Pandaro, capital of Urania, was captured and a confederacy 'established. Chambers was made much of. By that tlmo Marina was given up ns dead. Jerry was given a big reception by the Uranlan public and awarded the Ho then sailed for Cro"B of Honor. Havana In order to report to Mexico City for further Instructions. Capt Chambers was lionized alioard the steamer. He a wealthy Uranlan, and met Kenor "his daughter. CHAPTER XIV. Continued. "Capt. Chambers," said the great merchant, "almost every one on thin vessel Is a Uranlan and a Joyal sup, porter of the new government at though many of us sympathized with and gave aid to President Cardo--va- s during the long and bitter struggle. There are no lines now; wo all are Uranlans, loyal and true, and there is not a person on board who does not feel Indebted to you for what you have done, chiefly for saving tho life of the best loved man In our country from a murderer's knife. Wo all admire you, and as admirers, we desire to honor you In Borne manner. I have been by the other passengers to you to sit at a supper tomorrow night as the guest of honor. Necessarily the expression of our admiration for you must be mild, but we aro sure that you will feel the spirit of the occasion to bo earnest and full- born." "Really, Senor Lopez," blushed Jer ry, "I think I already havo received vastly moro honor than Is duo me. However. I am In the hands of my friends, to bo dono with as thejr deem fit, Hut, candidly, 1 don't think I do- serve any such consideration." "The Idea was born In tho mind ot Pan-darodele-Rated In-T- my daughter," said the merchant, "and there is a saying that a woman never thinks amiss." "Arc all North Americans as modest as you, Capt. Chambers?" asked Senorita Mercedes. A faint smile came to his Hps and he moved rather nervously before the steady gaze from her big black eyes. "Many of us do not have time to bo modest." With an expression bordering almost on gratitude, Senor Lopez departed to frame up preliminary arrangements for tho supper of honor. Senorita Mercedes became Intensely interested In Jerry, who, reluctantly complying with her urgent request, related part of tho story of his thrilling experiences In Urania. After ho had told of Marina Bostos' heroism and sacrifice, sho said, with a straightforwardness that half startled him: "Senorita Hostos must have loved you, my captain else why should she have sacrificed all to savo your life?" "Senorita Bostos was prompfcd by her sense of justice and humanity," ho floundered. "Sho must have loved you, my captain," sho persisted. "She could not have loved me," said he; "she did not know me." "One does not need to know to love," she said, promptly and decisively. "Do you know there is not a girl in all Urania" and how her sparkling eyes pierced him! "that would not havo sacrificed all to havo done as Senorita Bostos did?" Vyhnt manner of woman was this? Jerry was stricken speechless for a moment. "Do you not believe what I say?" sho added. "Senorita Lopez," ho finally managed to say, cluinBlly, "must recognize right and Justlco, and" "I should have acted qulto as quick ly, qulto as determinedly as Senorita Bostos acted," sho broke In, and there was n strango ring to her voice. Ho tried to laugh, but her steady, un swerving gaze checked him; ho tried to switch to another phaso of the gen oral subject, but her mind kept in the old channel doggedly. "My captain does not bcllevo that I should havo sacrificed as sho sacrificed," sho went on, In u tone of Injury. "Such candor, Sonorlta Lopez," said he, "cannot bo doubted." There was a strango light in her eyes ns she turned them to the sea, and ho was becoming morn and moro uncomfortable. To him sho was a revelation, tho most remarkablo girl ho had over mot; novcr before had ho seen such frankness, such openness displayed under similar circumstances. Ho was familiar enough witli Spanish blood to mako big allowances, but ho This completely stumped Jcrr ness of a man, and his achievements "Why," snld he, "I Intend to leave Ha In our beloved land will shine out for nna almost Immediately for Vera over " Cruz, from whoro t shall move on to Tho tumbling, twisting, Crnsh! the capital." creaking Prnnzos hail reached tho "si"I.eave Havana Immediately!" she lent sentinels!" oxclalmed. "Then.Vo may conclude io leave on the name- vessel. How CHAPTER XV. glorious!" Senorita Mercedes' Lopez. Jerry Chambers was one of th most When tho Prannw thundered against unassuming men In the world, but the "silent sentinels" every one at the so persistently did Senorita Mercedes supper of honor was thrown to tho forco herself upon him that at last he floor, many being pitched headlong was compelled to boleVc that sho had ever the table Senor Ixpez. the only hecom'o desperately Infatuated with ono stnnjlng. was hurled against tho him. He felt that the Infatuation was wall and rondercd unconscious, and very shallow an emotion of a. girl Jerry Chambers awoke from a mowhoso nature had for Its foundation, ment's Insensibility to find himself at superstructure and all a romantic iho bottom of a heap of four or fhc spirit. He thought her startling can persons. On all sides lay tho stunned dor could he traced to a father's stern passengers, a few Just beginning to and rigid watchfulness. In fact, she realize what had happened The litas much ns had told him that she was tered floor wrs at an anglo of almost constantly under her father's eye and 3 degrees, tho vessel having- - boon that he was fast tiring of It. driven between the rocks and pitched On tho afternoon of tho following to a position from which the continued day a very strong eastern wind came ' fury and forco of the elements could tip and set the old Pranzos to dancing not dislodge her. A great hole had restlessly. By dusk there came "dis- been torn In one of hor sides, nnd the tant rumblings of thunder and faint angry waves wcro fairly ripping off flashes of The .waves tho timbers. rolled higher as the Many of tho crow had been swept Increased Into the fierceness of a gale, from the deck nnd pounded to death and by nightfall tho heavens were nn tho rocks, nnd only a few of thojo booming constantly directly above. remaining wore sufficiently possessed Tho long table in the dining saloon of their faculties to attempt the salvu- supper of Ion of passengers and themselves. had bren prepared for the honor, but much of tho spirit oLlhe While Jerry Chambers, bruised an! lost In tho'fear thai had battered, was trying to extrlcato himoccasion become almost panic In tho heart of self the captain of tho vessel dashed every passenger. Although appreciat through tho saloon commanding every ing the peril quite as keenly as tho one to go on dock, others, Jerry was composed, and his putting as many aswhere he purposed possible Into tho apparent unconcern served as nn Inremaining boats anil setting them spiration to many of the men. At last few out at the mercy of tho nltjht. Jerry the 30 or more women became falling Into the throes by this time was on his unsteady feet, some ho plunged towards the narrow of ungovernable hysteria. Tho men and stairway leading to tho deck. Before were helpless to curb their fear anil up a dozen excitement. Jerry struggled to the be had scrambled shriek half steps ho heard a behind him. captain of tho vessel and put this: Ho turned and saw Senorita Mercedes "Arc wo In grrat danger1? "Bo frank on her knees at tho first stop. with mo." "Wo are," answered the sfflcer, "al w "Savo father!" she screamed. "He though she Is holding her own as well is not dead' Savo him!" Jerry never knew why ho returned as any similar boat could under the conditions. This Is the worst storm to tho saloon, for his swimming mind was Intent only on getting to the deck I have ever seen In alt my life on the water. If wo can keep away from the himself. When he reached the base rocks and they are plentiful along the of the staircase tho young woman stag coast she may weather it out all gered to her feet and threw her arms right. At present my wholo mind Is around his neck. "Savo father! Sav father!" sho on escaping two masslvo rocks, about cried, as Jerry tried to tear himself 30 or 40 feet apart, known as the 'si lent sentinels.' Kach stands CO feet awny from her. out of the water. Wo cannot bo far i "Where Is ho?" shouted ho. "We cannot wait! Wo shall all ho dead! from iScm." "How far are wo now from shoro?" Wo must savo ourselves!" "Try to savo father!" "The wind has blown us to within Jerry stared at her for an Instant ten mller, of It. Wo are going in nearer every minute," and tho captain's and then pitched forward, rolling to within a foot of tho girl's father. Senor faco became very grave.. "How far are tho 'silent sentinels' Lopez was showing signs of regaining consciousness, and Jerry picked him from shoro?" up and, stumbling, pitching, plungli.g, "About four miles." Just "Good God, captain," exclaimed Jer- drngged him to the stairway. as ho reached the first step hVs arms ry, "if wo strlko them?" "Thero'll be holl to py sir!' roared lost their strength and the body of the officer. "The women must be kept tho great merchant foil to tho floor quiet; they upset, my mca.completcly," und rolled to the sldo of the ship. For a moment Jerry seemed para- Jorry's brain was whirling and his lyzed. Finally recovering his wits, ho eyes scarcely saw tho flashes of lightlaboriously picked his way back to tho ning that Illumined the stairway. He began to reel nnd was about to fall dining saloon, where tho white-facepassengors wore huddled in plunging, when Senorita Mercedes caught him reeling groups. His face wore an ex- nnd managed to place him on tho pression of complacenco as he tum- steps. Almost Instantly Jerry's senses returned, nnd the, first words ho heard bled Into their presence. "Be calm." Jerry urged. "Tho cat, were: "We you nnd I shall go together!" tain requests that the supper be delayed no longer. The cooks aro very In a flash of lightning ho saw the face Impatient and they fear that If tho of tho. girl a faco that- - displayed coffco stands much longer It will lose nono of tho terror that was In his. "Coma!" all Its strength." A fow minutes later the two were at Jerry's purpose fn getting tho to the table was to tnako pos- tb? tflp'of the stairs, he holding 'with sible n moro systematic retreat to a deathlike grip to a part of tho redeck In case thq vessel reached the maining rail and she clinging to his rocks. The tcrrlblo tossing of the arm. After a great wave had broken old craft had made many of tho pas over them, sho cried nut; sengers, caro little whether thoy ever "Wo shall go together to the mast saw (and again. Tho fear and excite first!" An Instant later, she sucment hud kept ninny from getting sick. ceeded In tearing Jerry'R 'hands from With tho exception of but tbreo or the rail, and together they pitched tofour pf tho women and two of tho men. wards tho mast; which Jerry baroly all took seats at tho table, though reached Just as another wave swept few doubted that they could tako a over tho deck 8enorIta Mercedes mouthful to eat. Senor Lopez escorted was carried on tho way to n part of Jerry to the seat of honor, both strug tho unbroken rail on tho vessel's sldo. gling and plunging Into tho wall as Jerry thought she had been swept into thoy picked their way together, tho sea until ho heard dimly ubovo tho Senor Lopez acted as master of cere deafening roar: monies, Jerry tuklng tho scat at his "Vq shall go together you.andJU right, Senorita Mereredes, pale but Jerry, uftcr long tugging, managed staunch, Imvlng tho ono at his left. to tako a coll of Tope from the trem-hljnWhen tho merchant, struggled to his mast, und, with nn end In his feet to unnounco formally the purpose h'uh'ds, he throw It' towards her. Ho of tho Btipper, It seemed fa Jerry, thought little of lfis aim, but his who liaa boon Infinitely moro Inter 'throw could not have been more acostcd In the'storm and tho fato of the curate tho tanglcdirope striking her Pranzos than In tho honor beingshown body squarely. him, that tho old vessel was plunging In a fQw minutes, after almost ox. I hcat-llghtnlnstorm-ladcn'wlns panic-stricked g and twisting and groaning more furl oiisly than at any time before Jle did not bcllevo slv could stnnil tho terrific strain much longer. Trnnlnns let no such thing ns a storm at sen deter them from showing honor to whom honor Is duo," began Senor Lopez, smiling weakly, but his enthusiasm was hopelessly at low ebb "Cnpt. Chambers deserves every consideration that wo. ns t'mnlans, ran show him. Ho possesses every quality that contributes to the great- "We You and I Shall Go Together!" CHAPTER XVI. a Valise, haunting himself In the effort, ho succeeded In hauling her back to tho mast. "You hare dono moro for mo than you over did for Senorita Uoitos!" tho girl cried, as sho strengthened her grip on his tired arm. Tho two clung to the mast for hours, both half drowned and thoroughly exhausted. Tho remaining part of tho old ship had gradually been pounded and hammered to a position behind tho eastern rock, where tho forco of the wind nnd water was considerably broken, nnd It was only then that they dared venture away from tho mast. While they clung to that mast tho constant battering against the rocks had torn a gaping hole Just below tho water line on tho higher side, and tho Ufa of every ono In tho saloon was lost In a swirling flood of water. Of all on board thoro remained nllvo not more than 25, all of whom managed to reach tho deck. Only seven of tho crew. Including the captain, survived. All that was left of tho I'ranzos wbon tho first tint of dawn came, and when tho storm had spent Itself, was nbout 40 feet in tho bow, which was anchored high on tho western rock. Thoso who could wield a hand secured tho anchor chains nnd hawsers and made fast tho wreckage to parts of tho ragged rock. Senorita Mercedes was fatherless, and she was tho only womnn to escape death. And to tho surprise of nil, sho Was tho calmest person in the little terror-strickegroup. At times sho Jested, nnd once, to tho horror of all, she star'.ed to sing a ratchy Spanish n Jerry Delivers Bong. .tlred- -" "You pleaded with me to save your father," cried Jerry; "you held mo "For God's sake!" cried tho dumbfounded Jerry, to whom tho girl always clung, ".what kind of a woman are you, anyway? Havo you no stnso of danger? Havo you no fear?" f)l".'o," sho said, In a tone that Chilled Milm; "I thought the storm would do what I had Intended doing myself." "What what " "Kill!" "God!" "I was tired tired of all, my rap-taitired of life, tired of father. n "She Is demented," said the ra.'t: of the Pranzos when Sir 'I Mercedes was asleep, "but she 'i r violently Insane. Senor Lopz on his way to Havana, where tended placing her In n sanltarl " ' treatment. Sho seemed to cr rt i'J" ger. God only knows If any "' will over live to get to Havana Tho remaining members of the ' had succeeded In saving some ' ,k" provisions and two casks of wa'e " tho vain hopo that tho supply f " servo tho survivors until they rescued, If such an event over caf" " pats. "What hope Is thoro that a may pass and see us?" asked Jrrrf " "Tho slimmest In the world swored the captain "Tho sa c from Uranlan and Pardaclnlan i aro generally arranged so that !' ' point Is passed In tho night l r r wo arn discovered In tho day tin' must keep up burning slgna. night, no matter If tho whole bont bo sacrificed." Tho captain's talk sent a new t' ot terror through every ono of the " tlo group. Already they bad b'tf' tn the rock ir. hours. By this time 'K sea had calmed and tho galo had ! sided to a brisk head wind. The tk' had cleared and the sun shono br k"1 from far In tho west. Ah tho shade) i' " night began to fall preparations mndo for signaling In tho darkn-- Jerry Chambers nnd throe or four of tho yotingor men climbed up the rs god rock as high as they could go and set n henp of tho spllntored wood It was not until tho first stars began to twlnklo In the cast that lire wai touched to tho wood. Tho men worked in shifts In keeping the blazo allw nt the flrst.slgns of dawn tho fire wm allowed to dlo down. Throughout tht fearful night of anxiety no vess'l passed, und thu little, group was In finitely more depressed. The prnU" Ions were handed out sparingly, not withstanding that food wns cra'l rnvenously, und not enough wuter was apportioned at any one tlmo to satlsf u baby's thirst (TO IH3 CONTINUE!) 1 ' -- Looking for Trouble, "Kver notice It?" queried the ma back and" who propounds questions In auction''Yes, yes, yes," sho Interrupted, "Did I ever notice what?" asked tho witli ujlondlsh laugh "for him to boo purty of the audience part. me dead, for him to know Hint 1 had "That peoplo who meet trouble halt hopt my vow to And you, were go- way nearly always stand on a corner ing with mo!" and wait for happiness to coi "Good, heaven, she's crazy!" Jerry along?" concluded the Installmcut cried to tho captain. quorlst. IN RED UNDERWEAR our ulnmach unJ hfartburn no I'rracrlbfil by phynlrlanii li pure efTeellvr Trial iKjtllf 0e. lteBU" lar alt Stv ana MKj at all drucctsti. Capudlna Curea Indigestion Palna, lrun mttr A SIMPLE 8AFEQUARD IN BUYINS PAINT. POLICEMAN SURPRISED AS CESSION OF ONE MEET9 HIM ON THE STREET, York John M. Mtirrny, n now man, was inking bonrlns:s nt i nd J nvrniio ho other morning, and nodding ntlv to friendly milkmen who .. -. ItA na t il vnn . I.w n nnn.tnnn tirri M'in it " vj n that marched down upon lilm, only uniform on tbls procession scnrlrt pair of drawer, but had .i. I. ...I ivlfti llni trnnttlnra ..I .... ...lu... tt 11m Vlnir f if aixly-ovcntlI.- Elephante as Sandwich Men. Klcphnnla aro being employed In Pnrla na "sandwich men" to advertise music hall In tho Champa Klystcs. TO 1HIIVK OIIT MAI..UUA H. . .. ..rl"" il.L fHi"lM II I Uin.lf n4 11!m'"1 yinfn Danger In New York Roads. Thero Is an Average, of seven car collisions a day on the, steam, aubwny, elevntcd nnd surface railways of New York, Oaverf Him. ,"' hd.1 In.n " Im u.I'I.m tut ituon -- A. .1.1 hK "It didn't kill mo. but I think It would Impressively, iloth wrro outHtretched beforo lilm, If It had not been for Hunt's Cure. I wns tired, mlsernblo, nnd well nigh nK rlRldly n amall crucifix, man a eyes were wldo open, nud used up whon 1 commenced using It for nu old and severe caso of Kczcmn. Ono application relieved nnd ono box cured mo. I bcllovo Hunt's Ctiro will euro any form of Itching known to Satisfied. "Look here!" grumbled tho old farmmankind." er. "This hero almanac Is n fraud. It CLHTON IVWIU2NCIJ, ' i'J. lAvJ uW.saR predicted snow for yestcrdny nnd, by Helena, O. T. gum, it was hot as blazes all dny," Mud for His. "Hut my denr sir," responded the Yeast It Is said If the real estate bland almanac peddler, "It snowed up of Manhattan Island wrro divided at tho north polo yesterday." equally among Ita Inhabitants, each The old farmer's Jaw fell. Individual would own $220 worth, ac- .v "It did?" ho drawled slowly. "Wnl, jt ifj ri cording to tho assessed value. I reckon the almanac Is nil right then, Crlmsonbcak And I suppose It would it did tell the truth, didn't it?" Jiist be my luck to get my sham alt Chlggera and Mosquitoes lu mudl Are now in their glory their busiALCOHOL 3 PER CKNT. THREE CURES OF ECZEMA. ness Is good nnd they are happy. ANficfaUc IVcpann ton Thero Is no earthly use of your letikRxrfarsJRrtuta -l Woman Tells of Her Drother'a Terrible ting them chew on you, however, if lingUrcStomdtsanditaraof Suffering Two Oablea Also Cured you don't llko their ways. A llttlo Cutlcurs Invaluable. d Hunt's Lightning Oil applied to . I XI a. pnrtH will keep them off, and "My brother had ccxema threo dif- Immediately relievo tho Irritation IVoraolcsDitttonflrnf-J-ncsferent summers. Knch summer It camo caused by their bites. Hub a llttlo out between bis shoulders nnd down on and sco for yourself. and RestjContalns neiiio6- his bnck, and ho said his suffering OptuniXorphinc norMiacraL - Translated. was terrible. When It came on tho NOT NARCOTIC. "Whot aro you hunting for In the third summer, he bought n box of Strode Forward with Mtnurod Cutlcura Ointment nnd gave It a faith- dictionary, my son?" asked old ful trial. Soon ho began to feel better Stcpt. Raft Sad' a "What Is the for 'wink?" and ho cured hlmsalf entirely of m i. young Kollldgc. asked with Cutlcura, A lady In vun mnninron 0 rrikia inrwnm " 'Splritus frumcntl,' " replied tho old heard of how my daughter. Sht wr Philadelphia Jlrs. Miller, had cured her llttlo son man II run yet In," cried out tun of terrlblo eczema by tho Cutlcura Press. Vo l and outraged Murray. Tho Remedies. This lady's llttlo ono had Catarrh Cannot Be Cured tho eciema so badly that they thought Anrrfrft Rraifdv fcrCrmsflplt j) flail marcher did not liesltato vtth LOCAL APPLICATION'S, n ttiey rntiot rrwH to heed tho command. Ilia they would lose-- It Sho used Cutl- tli wai ot th . dterjue. CiUrrh M a bkxid or lion , Sour Stoin,DUurtei o2t3 diariM-- ami In cwdrr to cur It Worms JCotTvnlsions jevensn-ncwrro fixed on tho policeman, but cura Remedies and they cured her tntrmtl rnnrdim, Htli't Cautrti Oir ou mint Uk x takes ru1 aru dtrrctljr uimm th tloud and rouroua child entirely, and tho dlseaso never s and Lo ss of Sleep. anrently did not ie him. to not a ,un inrdl-rlooru urfarra. linn Ciurrli Cure u rny caugni mm oy inc arm nnti camo back. Mrn. Sarah K. Luak, It wu prrarriunl by n ut the brat pbyMrUna country TocSiinle Siijnarurt of Mich., Aug. 1C and Sept. 2, 1907." In Ihrtmailman! lur )ran and n a mrular prrKTtpOon. of thu Ut tonka known, comblonl It It Hh th brt bloud purtftm. artlna: dlrrrtly on the the marching feet '. I'are and MS fniKituf rurfirra. The (vrlert roraMnathm of the. No Automobllet There. hi what troducrt aurh woodrrrul NEW YORK. "There aro no automobile on tho lao lutrrdlrnta eatarrh. Hrul for iniimonlata. tree. la eurlnx brcan to collect and many ug- - golden streets of heaven," says tho r. j. cuksi.v co.. itoiu Toledo, a Kold br tlnitclata. prkw Tie. Talt llall'i I amuy I'UU lor eooitltMtloo. Wbltsett Courier, "but they'ro glr-lu- g a mm. auiu nun ijiuu. win of folks a chanco to walk lots No Genius. Ono of the Srtinmntf cd under IK thoBO golden atrects. p business, and could not I "Ho Is very clever, but evidently far contraption arrived In town Inst week , . . . i. . if ' ii up ii in iirun n iiriiiu.rin c and during tho first spin tho owner from a real genius.' Bxact Copy of Wrapper So he gently headed him for tho "What makes you think so?" took In it It pitched a blind inulo on r iiy inrttnin airrifn ai nn ami top of tho town hall, with tho man "Why. ho Is fairly punctual about h'n a push. Tho procession th'al waa rldln' tho mule. Tho mulo keeping his npjwlntmcnts." on with tho mathematical pro- waa so mad It kicked tho town clock Takes Hold and Lifts Up. of a clock work doll. to pieces, llkewlea klckln' a bolo In "If you wish to grow fat, strong and Murray had to do was to keep tho roof an' fallln' on tho mayor, Just healthy, get rid of the impurities In "c crowd and guard the aom-fro- as ho bad took his seat an' called your system by using Simmons' Positively cured by a horde of small council to order. Having landed In Sarsapnrllla. lifts you up keeps ICARTER'Sl these Little Pills. It danced about delightedly. tho midst of them, tho mulo walked you well, nnd makes tho old world n an inarched without a halt to treaafroBDaprl.In-mr- n VTX T ulow and dignified to tho front door look cheerful." IdlccatlaaandTooIltartr of the Knit Sixty ncventh an' tli en took to the woods." (UIKVH ' SWM. nnviv IMiaMJ True happiness renders men kind edjr for Dlitlneaa, Nan rcnldod him up tho steps. CRASSVILLE SUMMER TOURISTS. and svnslblo; and that hnpplncss Is PILLS. I ara, Drowalnraa, CuaV- Iad in wio Biceivw aiKcr ias Taate In t he Moulh, riio always shared with others. Montesed Toneue, l'aln In tha j n nrklng ngaln, nn ninbu-wa- s tlmo quieu. Ifilde, TOItril) L1VE1U sent for Surgeon lloomo Ttry reirolate the Ilowela. Purely Vccetabla. (I alil'torln. lwiaiiltnl anl.l It Hicks' Capudlne Cures Nervousnass, a r markablo cane of aomnam Whether tlnM out, worrlrd, alerplra or SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. wliat not It quiets and ri'fnulira brain ji itfcamu nn exciting cuao U s lliiulil anil pleuaant to and Genuine Must Bear n take. Trial Imttlo 10c regular alio ZLc and te man In tho ml drnwer drd moro buying paint mntorlnl. Thero are many bo called whlto leads on tho market, which contain chnlk, zinc, linrytes, nnd other clienp adulterants. Unless tho property owner tnkes of tlio slmplo means of protection nrforded him by rcllnblo whlto lend manufacturers, ho runs great risk of getting on Inferior and adulterated whlto lead. it Is to protect tho paint-buye- r ngnlnst fraud and adulteration that N'ntlonnt Ixnd Company, tho largest makers of genulno I'uro Whlto Lend, placo their famous "Dutch Hoy Painter" trademark on every keg of tiiolr product, nn absolute guarantee of its purity nnd quality Anyono who wnnts to mnko a practical test of whlto lend, and w'ho wants n valuable frco book about pnlntlng, should nddresB National Lend Company, Woodbrldgo Illdg., New York, and ask for test equipment. In Everybody nhould know how slmplo and easy It Is to avoid nil uncertainty Physicians Recommend Castoria ASTORIA, has mot with pronounced favor on tho part of physicians, pharm-acoutical Booiotics and medical authorities. It is used by physicians with: results most gratifying. Tho oxtonded uso of Castoria is unquestionably the? result of threo faotss first Tho indisputable evidonco that it is harmless That it not only allays stomach pains and quiots tho nerves, but assimilates tho food : taw It is an agrccablo and porfoct substitute for Castor Oil., It is absolutely safe It does not contain any Opium, Morphino, or other narcotio and does not stupefy. It is unlike Soothing Syrups, Batoman's Drops, Godfrey's; Cordial, oto. This i3 a good deal for a Medical Journal to say. Our duty, how-ov- or, is to oxposo danger and record the means of advancing health. Tho day for poisoning innocent children through 'greed or ignorance ought to end,' To our knowlodgo, Castoria is a remedy which produces composure and health, by regulating the system not by stupofying it and our readors aro entitled to tho information. Hall's Journal of IlcaUJu Letters from Prominent Physicians addressed to Chas. II. iPlI "na, Fletcher. .WAV lEEM r-i f: mi Cr- IKUaAiJHII.IJa s - Kol-lldg- e. absent-mludcdl- 33 - Dr. B. Ilalstcad Scott, ot Chicago, Ills., says: "I havo prescribed your Castoria often for Infants during my practice, acd find it very satisfactory." Dr. William Belmont, of Cleveland, Ohio, says: "Your Castoria stand first In Ha class. In my thirty years of practlco I can say I nover baT found anything that so filled tho place." Dr. J. II. Taft, of Brooklyn, N. Y., says: "I havo used your Castoria and found It an excellent remedy in my household and prlvato practice for many years. Tho formula Is excellent." Dr. IL J. Hamlcn, of Detroit, Mich., says: "I prescribe your Castoria. extensively, as I havo never found anything to equal It for children's troubles. I am nwaro that thero are Imitations in tho field, but I alway boo that my patients got Fletcher's." Dr.Wm. J McCrann, of Omaha, Neb., says: "As tho father of thirteen children I certainly know something about your great medicine, and astdst from my own family experience I bavo in my yeara of practice found Castoria a popular and efficient remedy In almost every home." Dr. J. R. Clausen, of Philadelphia, To., says: "The namo that your Castoria has mado for Itself in tho tens ot thousands of homes blessed by th prcsenco of children, scarcely needs to bo supplemented by the endorsement of tho medical profession, but I, for ono, most heartily endorso it and. bcllovo It nn excellent remedy." Dr. It. M. Ward, of Kansas City, Mo., Bays: "Physicians generally do not prcscrlbo proprietary preparations, but In tho case of Castoria my experience, like that of many other physicians, has taught mo to make an exception. I prcscrlbo your Castoria In my practice becauso I have found It to bo a thoroughly rellablo remedy for children's complaints. Any physician who has raised a family, as I have, will Join mo in heartiest recommendation of Castoria." llr 1 ronstt-lutluu- s GENUINE CASTORIA nf Hears thQ Sirmatnrfl ALWAYS Cold-wate- r, re- Sj The KM You Have Always Bought InTMf Use company, Over 30 vohk errv. For MiwRavsnttrr. new Years. ecNTaun tt . m SICK HEADACHE 'a' 'i TOILET ANTISEPTIC Keeps (lie breath, teeth, mouth and body f iint!t.nlii.ll.. bicm .... uiin.vjiiwuiif I uiiu iium ub healthy germ-lif- e and dii((recable odors. a- -J In MmM im ft ric!lca !' in int. rinaiuini nnn Into n alvop ttwmif.ii at drtiKclats. urairbulUtlc. t that was aa very wild for aomo Httlo i' when ho calmed down hu .'iged to tell hta nnmc, Joacph ; 1H liven, ho said, on Knit h'h Ktrect, In tho henrt of Mt I tn.la. lit II Iih fi.nrnnti U'urn a.wm nf Mint First Mountain Climber Como on, fl" tlinv anl.t fellows; we're above tho timber line t ' i - imbullsui from In fancy and nnd wilt soon bo on tho summit. The man who Is nlways talking about himself nover says anything that is calculated to beneflt his fellow man. Your Druggist Will Tell You Kye iteniedy Cures Kyrs, Maln- - WVak Kyes Strotic. Doesn't Snutrt. buotboa Kye I'ain and S?lli for 20c. . YlVER pju.8. REFUSE SUISTITUTES. ITTIE germicidal, disinfecting and deodorizing toilet requisite ot exceptional excellence and economy. Invaluable for inflamed eyes, throat and natal and UIUIIC VUllllUi UUi ttuici , auMijaiiu i win prcparaiioiia 1. uterine catarrh. At This Beautiful Pastel Free In color.. Mil" Indies, for limited time only, with pound packnKe"2U-Mule'Teaui- " drug and 50 stores, Tint Murine WANTED AGENTS and chrw. local. U toftrll high IncTrrjr Un wrltt Coatuiaeri .tiattutwctxt. IJtMnitriiiiniri.Klunpul4l. fcortmrtlcu Tulwcco tniileinnksitiKf tu., iUHTllle, .'U 1... Habit, if not resisted, soon becomes necessity. St. Augustine. Mr a. ATlnalow'a Soothlna Kttop. rnrrhlldrrn tMtbtuir, aofirni tbaiiint, raduro allr pain. curat wta4 oulla 30c a botUo. XKW DINCOVKItTl nt' ea Y m nulckrellffandrure.aorktraK lUw k f litillmnnlftli atul IQ dit.1 1rcatjiiinL KUK it. tilt. U. 11. OUKKNU bU.SU, Uuz 11. AIUMl, lU. flOlDCV llorax. If your dealer haan't the pie turea .end top of pound pnckngn Ilorni nnd 4c with deal er'a name and receive picture FREE. Pacific Coait Borax Co., New York. by mail postpaid. Large Trial Simple cents, or toilet kith "hcaitm and book nt rata THE PAXTON TOILET CO., Boston, Mask A. N. K F it.iirr (190837) 2247. !v bcin under treatment for n MOTHER AND CHILD Doth Fully Nourished on Grape-Nuts- . tub in minate youth; wed In at 60. Marriage. " h n N Mm 1,1 ..I.I nn.l Vli.fu Arytiinur. CI vnnm nl.l l.nlh hr Neb., It Is learned vih the ".nM'in of ii romnnco heirun In - .mm., mint) i mill iu yeara neo. 'kiur wna a nntlvo of Kingston mm Seymour was a . nntlvn nf .n .iiiiii--. ii'i II. t. irom iiero. rney i muir juiiiu, iiui u r Y. -- Tho mnrrlago In other night of Oeorgo I'rotty teeth nro 'responsible for a Tho valuo of this famous food Is good many smiles. shown In many ways, lu addition to Allen's l'iMitl'tf.ii l'nwilrr what might bo expected from Its chem- l'orillrn. tamllniil.'rl. tilTrilntunl Th unnlual tuwdrr for llio fiHrU ut all llrun'Hi. ical nnalysls. Ornpe-Nut- s food Is in ado of whole The man who pays his dobts is true whent and barley, la thoroughly baked to his trust. ' for many hours nnd contains all thu Ingredients In these wholoaoino It contains nlso tho phojphato of potnah grown In tho grains, which uses to build up brain and nervo cells. Young children roquiro proportionately nijiro of this element bocauao tho brain nnd nervous eystom of tho child grows bo rapidly. A Vn. mother found tho yaluo of nrnpc.Nuta lu not only building up her own strength but In nourishing lior baby at tho samo tlmo. .Sho writes: "After my buby enmo I did not recover henlth nnd strength, and thu doctor said I could not nurso tho baby as I did not have nourishment for her, besides I was too weak. "Hu said I might try a chanco of diet and neo what that would do, and I food. recommended (Irape-N'utbought n pkg. nnd used it regularly. A marked chango camo over both baby nnd I. "My baby Is now four months old, 's In fine condition, I nm nursing her nnd doing nil my work nnd nover felt better In my life." "There's n Henson," Numo given by I'ostum Co., Hnttlo Creek. Mle),. Head "Tho Koad to in ygs. Ever rfid the atovo letter? A new one appears from tlmo to time. They are genuine, true, and full of human Interest. Na-tur- u s Well-vlllo," TAKE Coataiai bo Qu'ain. or poiioa of uy LiaJ. Corel tie most obttinatt cues. Maney pot! tittly rtf nailed if it fail, to core. 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'luarrei nuparntcd them nnd ouillll UI1U I'lMU. i nn To Cure Female Troubles Mr, ""'uer Seymour " oumiyier, jseu.. oad laat iait by dlffermii rnntoj licv unit ..u .i... .... . . uiu uuiiBun rivor '""t'r Hendrlk Hudson ns alio wu r. ..i nnmion I'oint. and Aftar a ,a,k Klngaton Point nark thev iiiiirriugo Ilcenso from CI v , rn ( ii ...... i . -...hub uiiM worn linirrln.l liw "Ur V Htnw Mr. i llrtt i.iiUi....i . .. ,"""""' waab couiin or Keymour. K -- ...i ' anil Mr vt.n.ii-..uuiniivi UIIU Hpyniour each movei! m .ilfrn,. . .... Hurt nf tin. t, Vl'll I.. 13.. I ... yeara. both died within . nnu mo niiBimna ........ ... camo pains, which got so bad I could hardly walk and laid in bed most o$ tho time I was also irregular and had tho headache. Pinally I began to' tako Cardui, and found it to do all that you recommend it for. Now I am better, don't havo the hcadacho ii like I used to, and am a di&lcrcnt per- MS. tt. - KUtPtl riasagan. son." Try Cardui. Sold everywhere. 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Tliu food chemlsU and physiological and sanl- In Its Yeurig Trady in i ii ralten tarity? Oft Pnrnii Pin no In ll. v i0Un Kend the Kules nnd Instruction 4-0- FRANK SMITH. Agent. Lrtdy receiving the greatest number of votes. inn. mitviviii wuimui win Vote for Your Favorite: .RULES FOR CONTEST: -- 1416.25 PER ACRE for IN TOBACCO FLORIDA. The Year Bouk of the United States Department of Agriculture shows the above figures, as against S90.78 for Kentucky and $78 40 for Tennessee. These governmental reports must be correct. at last Mate rair, on Sea Island Cotton, Rice, Oats, Hay, Corn, Sweet Potatoes, &c, together with the big $500 premium for best agricultural display nearly off the prizes tun. FM :; richest iii the State. $1,000 in alt. gW Columbia county alcne could easily produce a tobacco product more aluable than that of the entire United States. IP YOU ARE CONSIDERING A CHANGE Central Station of the New Chemistry Building, University of Wisconsin. tary chemists have proved themselves of manIndispensable to tho kind. The agricultural and boII chemist Is only beginning to prove what priceless servlco he can render the tiller of tho soli. And then there Is the analytical and Industrial chemist whose Investigation of materials and commodities Is constantly discovering to the world some now and valuable and comfort of thing for tho man. So that as one considers the limitless field In which tho chemist works he begins to rcallzo tho Ira portance of the former's mission Kully recognizing nil this, the t nl verslty of Wisconsin has made an Im portant addition to Its prnctlcnl train- s Ing courses by providing a course In chemistry designed to de velop analytical. Industrial, agrlcul tural, noil, sanitary and food, and physiological chemists. Tho new wwk Includes all the courses In chomMry In the college of letters and science, the college of engineering, the coHese of medicine, and the college of aulculture. The unusual equipment In nil branches of this work which the university possesses makes It unusual ly well prepared to train these ex perts. Of rcent years the demand for com. patent chemlsU has greatly Increased, It Is easy to trace tho causa of this men. Tho demand for American people are gradually realizing that the best way to combat disease, In the Ions; run, is to lire under hygienic conditions, to eat wholesome food, to wear proper clothing, and to lire In properly constructed houses. This has made food chomlsts and physiological and and sanitary chom lsts Indispensable. A study of tho soli in Its relntlon to the crops that It Is to produco has greatly Increased both tho quality and the quantity of the yield of tho land; and a careful study of tho breeding and feeding of animals raised on tho farm has added materially to tho wealth and well being of the nation. Thus soli chemists have become a necessity. Again, now that tho more ac cessible resources of our country In the way of timber and mineral wealth have been fairly well exploited, atten tion Is being directed mora and moro toward manufacturing commodities from materials the value of which Is not so obvious at first sight; materials which have, In fact, often been rejected as of little or no value. In this activity the services of the analytical and Industrial chemists are Indispen sable. It Is perfectly natural that these de mands for chemists should also have produced an Increased call for teachers of chemistry. Nor Is the need ot chemists of temporary character, for obviously activity In the lines men tioned will grow of necessity, and thus Increase the demand for uien skilled In chemistry. In many ot our Industries It Is already realized that It In necessary to have the services of a competent chemist continually In order that raw materials bought may bo properly Inspected; that the process of inanufacturu may be Improved und controlled ho as to avoid wuste of power und material; und that the finished product may be properly tested and graded bvforo being placed on the market. It Is the purpose of the university to train chemists for these various fields of activity. It Is not tho Intention to prepare men for each Individual industry, for that would be a practical Impossibility, since It requires special practical experience to became proflclont in any particular lino ot work. The new courses offered alnr rather to glvo students thorough training in tho fundamental principles of chemistry and tho closnly related sciences. Such a preparation will enable the student to adapt himself readily In a relatively short tlmo to any apodal Industry or line of work with which he may lator be thrown In contact It Is essentially tho plan adopted years ago by German universities and technical schools, and this method has placod aerman ohomloai Indus trU la Iks) trout rank. well-beinwell-beinfour-yearwell-traine- MMttVM Ac , 1. ANNOUNCEMENT This piano contest will be conducted on strictly honest and business principles with perfect juitice to all concerned. Under such conditions a Piano Contest is sure to prove a success. 2. Prizes -- The first prize will be a Forbes Piano, one of the best on the market today, back-e- d by a leading piano house The Forbes Piano Co., of Memphis, with a capital stock of $500,000. The instrument sells for $400 00 Nothing cheap about it. 3. Candidates Any young lady In Fulton county is eligible to a place in the contest. The most popular young lady is the one who shall receive the most votes. To her shall be awarded the beautiful piano. yrnr If'i voir. New MibicrlptloiM IIJ" " " MilrrlpthitM iiote Each copy of The Hickman Courier will contain a coupon good for FIVE votes. AfasT" 5 General Instructions Results of voting will be published regularly. Vo employee of this paper is permitted to work in favor of any contestant. Votes once cast cannot be transferred to HxtiownU Klve jrenr Make up your mind whom you w,u.' n!j for before coming to the office, as the r . r positively not decide the matter for The results of the voting will be ti weekly. Coupons and votes muit reach th 'not later than Saturday of each week tj ed for the following week. All coupons and votes are dcposi'el u tl ballot uox as soon as tunica in to oitice Thcb to ballot box will remain in the ha .it . Hickman Bank during contest. An awarding commltee of three wt.l v. pointed to make final count. irc u.iy oi closing comcii win ue .in :;t, yj, .t -- HATCH KK APPIJSYARD, ... at least JU days In advance. jm (IJU tr " tih HM witrn. Eickman Courier Coaissi Voting liAKIC CITY, H'l.A. or IlKkMAN, Skit 17, UKKs AAAAAAAAAAA4 iAAAAAAAAAAAAA Gum, Ash, Oak and Maple Earthquakes Cause Panic. Several earthquake shocks hare been felt recently In the Kongo district, Africa, There have been no casualties, but the natives were Many of them ran for miles and refused to return to their villages unless they received cuds and panic-stricke- This PUno Contest Voting Coupon is good ht FIVE VOTES and is hereby ast kr ZMlss rou noil mint ! ImiiKlit or iimllivl Ui t "i TWKNTY I'A Yrt of ntwv ilnt lit Im kr. - J t rounini, nie lru i n iiniuiMiitm roruri I .a wit Til I another. The employees of the paper are not to tell whom anyone votes for except in case of alleged III II error or irregularity. : Flooring al Ceiling - ! i w Badly Deceived. 1,1 Let ui tliturxe on your bill. 3 McMurray Bros., Hickman rwTWTWTwwvww ww wTWTwwwwyw (returning from tho beach at one a. m. and finding bis wife waiting for him at tho head of the stairs) The stairway, b'gosh. 'n the Fm back at Coney Island, after all! Llpplncott's. two-heade- Mr. Jaggers Your Favorite i voicror 1 T f1 A X Iw 1 x IXA I T . L JL A NT .i U PHI . T T WV-lJ- UT O rune JLOne w Dolhr Founded Bryn Mawr College. Bryn Mawr college was founded by Joseph W. Taylor, who began,tho erection of the college buildings In 1S79. He died In 1SSC and left an endowment of $800,000 for the continuance of the work he had begun a college for expected. It your homo property Insured ? It fcbould bw you inuy Iw nuxt to burn out. (Jome when Money to Loan. gnnmmrrmtnts I can make farm loans in Fulton county, Ky., at the rate of 5 per The cash must accompany all an cent per annum on first class improv- nouncements to insure their publica ed farming lands. Not more than tions no exceptions. half the cash value of a farm will 1- County Assessor: We arc authorized t ar n rirwlld.ilri (nr lh ifr' ! sessor of Fulton county, i el the action of the Dcmorr- -' ? mary, Nov. J, the following CHARLES BEN D. RCS lc Ibaned. Loans made for five et women. A Narrow Escape. During a recent storm at Eng., a young woman had a narrow escape. Her spectacles were struck by lightning. The frames were split, Uie glasses broken. She escaped Injury. Stoke-on-Trent, Take Out a Small Fire Insurance Policy Now and be Safe ! resent tlie UK ST companies In tliu U. S mnlce ns low rates und prompt Bettlemeuts in nny of them. years with privilege to borrower of paying same alter two years in full or making any size partial payment desired at intervals of six months after the expiration of two years 13tf-from ditc of loan. c Commonwealth Attorney: We are authorized to announce as candidates for the office of Commonwealth Altorncy of the 1st Judi cial District. Subject to the action of the Democratic : JHO. n. WICKLIFFE n F. WILSfi; CHAS. BEADLEj WILL J. THOMPSfN JOHN F. MCCLELtA'j O. Sl'RADUN, Alt-at-La- Un- ion City, Tenn. School Superintendent. tlf- - Its too lute after the tire. We rep- Hiccough. R. T. TYLER, Agt. newspaper quotation claims that relief from hiccough can be obtained by holding the arms straight above tho head, and keeping up Inspiration as long as possible so as to retain tho air In the lungs for a long time. A in, for .1 nni.f t For Sheriff: Superintendent of Fult;3 Dr-e-r Word from Williams. "Do black crow not only don't know We are authorized to announce Schools, subject to the act. des how black ho Is, but ho live an' as candidates for the office of Democratic primary, No? die In de belief dat no mockln' bird kin Sheriff of Fulton county, subject to following, : beat him slnglnR." Atlanta the action ot the Democratic pri MISS DORA SMITH mary, Nov. J, the following: Toll That Is Pleasure. It takes 27 dollar bills to weigh as much as a tZO gold piece. Hut nobody was ever known to complain of tho weariness of carrylne such extra weight around with him. HERSCHELL GOALDER DAVE .It IIC rsnn ,. .IUIUUII4CU .1 ! I IU .. . . I - ,& JOHNSON JOHNSON County Judge. We are authorized to atr-was cauaiaates lor tnc County Judge of rulton U- Subject to the action of the Iw ...T O DA Y... is the time to start to ing your laundry to the Nashville Laundry Co. Guaranteed to please and give high class work. giv- home from her suffrage club. Fellows In Misfortune. The Washington man who was treed by a dead bear understands the feelings of the man who took off his shoes to slip up the stairs quietly and then discovered that his wife wasn't MORGAN A. G. KIMBRO L. C. ROBERSON cratic party. to the . Strictly a White Man's Laundry All work called for and delivered in the city. Your patronage solicited. H. E. CURL1N, Jigency at Ultlson iirot ttorv A clever, popular Candy Cold Cure Tablet called Preventics is being dispensed by druggists every where. In a few hours, Preventics are said to break any cold completely. And Preventics, being so safe and toothsome, are very fine for children. No Quinine, no laxative, nothing harsh nor sickening. Box of 48 25c. Sold by all dealers three-year-old The following are subject He Proposes, She Dlsposss. According to the New York Press, November election 1909 : one reason so many men Ret married CHAS. HOONON Is they don't Intend to, but the girl does, O. W. WHIPPLE F. B. ATTEBERRY W. A. NAYLOR II. F. REM LEY son of Elium The Roper, residing in the lower bottom, At a Bargain. died Saturday of croup. Burial at 160 acres Mississippi river bottom Sassafras Ridge. land, 8 miles below Hickman, near State Line on Tenn., side. Well No. 38 Fine 440 acre stock farm, fenced, five room dwelling house, in Mississippi county, Mo., has four barn, outhouses, well, etc. 40 acres sets of houses on it, together with in cultivation, 40 acres other improvements. 19 5 acres old deadened. Raises from SO to cleared, rest in timber 390 acres pro 100 bushels of corn and from 1.500 tected by the new government levee. to 1,800 pouuds cotton. At least Owner is cutting five crops of alfalfa $2,000 worth of timber on place. on this place each year, and the cot Fur investment or home, this is ton and corn now growing will give worth serious consideration. If sold you an idea of its fertility. Rents at all, deal must be made before readily for $4.50 an acre. Price Aug. 25. The price is less than $16 very reasonable. Hickman Courier an acre. Where can you beat it? Realty Co. Information on request. Hickman Courier Realty Co. FOR SALE: 87 acres land, one mile south of Clayton. Good Notice Taxpayers. house, barn, shed and other outYour state and county taxes for buildings ; good well and cistern, fine the year 1908 are now due, and you young orchard. 1 mile from school can save extray cost by paying ear- house. Owner Is anxious to sell and ly. You can find either myself or $15 an acre will get It. Additional deputy, Goalder Johnson, at our information on application at this office at Hickman or City National office. No. 42. bank, at Fulton. Respectfully, Krisp Cakes and Crackers at C. H. Moore's, Jas. T. Seat, Sheriff F. C. four-years E-v- -r Following are subject to th fr County Court Clerk: ember election in 1909 No Orte Gallui Boys. Wc are authorized to announce Eleven cent cotton bus almost exJAMES II. SAUNBER office of Clerk of terminated the boy" uny as candidates for boy may wear two Kulluaea In these the County Court of Fulton County, Circuit Court Clerk. times. Charleston News uud Courier. subject to the action of the Democratic primary, Nov. 3, the followWc are authorized to a ing: as a candidate for electt j:i tJ u Complaint from Up State. s. d; luten office of Clerk of the Fulton urcs. Just us we learned huw to pronounce chauffeur they upruiiK avlutor Court, subject to the aclif- S. T. ROPER ou us..Nunda (N. Y.) News. Democratic Primary Nov. 3, I W. E. MATLOCK 11. F. TAYLOR j. w. MORRIS It's True, Nevertheless. J. L. COLLINS It's hard for some people (o believe County Attorney: a limn may be a success and dl that poor ns well. Uetiolt Free Press. We are authorized to announce It's a Ditv when srk on'J M as candidates for the office of the stomach or stimulate llv He "(Vie-Kullu- n Kach day the Dank of Knjcland fills subject to the action 60 ledcers In kDlns: the accounts primary, Bank's Vast Business. Drive Rheumatism out of the blood with Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy and see how quickly pain depart. Rub-on'- s never did reach the real disease. Rheumatism isn t in the skin. It's deep down its constitutional. Gettting rid of the pain, is after all, what counts. That is why Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy goes by word of mouth from one to another. And herein lies the popularity of this Remedy. It is winning defenders everywhere. Tablets or Liquid. Sold by dealers. If you're hungry, go to Perry & White's restaurant. Regular meals 25c; lunches at all hours. County Attorney of Fulton County, and Kidneys. That is all rC of the Demomeans Nov. 3, the follow. A weak Stomach, cratic Stomach nerves, always. Ar.J ing: is also true of the Heart aud JAS. W. RONEY ALLISON TYLER neys. The weak nerves are tnsteii T. N. SMITH crying out for help. This expli1 whv Dr. ShooD's Restoral.ve oromntlv hr.ilinir Stomach, Hrt For Jailer. We are authorized to announce and Kidney ailments. The RcjW as candidates for the office of tlve reaches out for the actual Jailer of Fulton County, subject to of these ailments-t- he falling tW me action ot tn Democratic priAnyway side nerves." mary, Nov. 3, the following: cu Restorative 48 hours. It won't JOE NOONON so soon as that, but you wul ""'J ED WRIGHT know that help is coming. SoU J. . JONES all tl T, P. BAKER dealers. f(tf Nov- Buy "Square Deal" Fence. Following are subject to the Sap Manic Svruo. ember election in 1909 : Pure Canadian C. H. Moore, Tel. No. 4. W. F. BLAKKMORK 1 cial-Appc- Courier, It is an invitation to scribe. The Courier and Com a year for $1.25