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Grease A BLUE MARE HERE meant that your ha expired. Kenew promptly If you wnnt tbn paper to ooma to you fitter thin month Good Team, the Axles of Your Ulagbn, Did Man, and Let's Hich Up OLDEST rrE 1M HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1908. WHOLE X0. 2418 ESTABLISHED IK TEE TEAR 1199 n . l Forecasts pllchrr. ed I HIE ALL i urn and doubl-brratt- rlothet. Omft i ..j.eK .ki think It's Hryan. a infill toreanon, tl wllh cherln ii.tiimlinf, alula - i.uj.lobytheband: think It's Tafl. .iii" rmimwi. ullp ;,.k t corn, pickles, pigs, feet,applebutter, lard, sweet potatoes and sorghum, and the city mayor will erlterthe white, with his cellar stocked with ten tons of coal and two electric meters. Tha man who made elirllon ImW, Itelylngon hli knoalilge, Will write a tad note to IiId miii, W'lthdrnwlng him from rolli uf The Itwtlfuot wain will wind Up, The Hate will claim her lra,e, And order fre.li cut llowert Tu decorate the gravot. SORTS PRIVATE SECRETARY On Thursday afternoon of last week, Miss Lucile Bondurant entertained the Musical Club In honor of her visitor, Mrs. Julia Pelham, of Fulton. The rooms were beautifully decorated In the club's colors, blue and yellow. Progressive raffles was played with much interest During the games, orange punch and coaconut fudge were served. Later, cream served in oranges and l, cake were enjoyed. Mr?. Dr. of Mayfield, Mrs. Chester Bondurant and Mrs. D. B. Wilson were guests. Mc-Kee- Fen and Ink Pirates Crt Wrlltrt No Etceptton HOME OF WASHINGTON'S Kin A , - ii(tiioiior pewit of ur I ... A fdiCllon aft ' ikj "" priiil. ItrjrMM. K A r,t think IfnTalt. ,ih twmity ilollart. think It's rman Hhteii, f. ct kaiisouf challenges A ; woriclted ! 4 A I w .low n and a wager, draft , a knot' and H.niv Mkt think It, llryan. a i it,, r. think It's Tuft. A rtrti ml a tumult, ! and a .bout. A i, A', e Wti cflleuient while ; ttX i make them out : A '; t du.t rlou.l leading. A i A double fleece-line- d coat of hair will come In style for doge, and the farmer will put on the pot and kill All authors steal. The capacity for stealing with art and elegance Is one of the most potent equipments of the literary man. Shakespeare was a magnificent thief. He stole whatever he could lay his bands on in a literary way and never marred in the stealing. He stole "Measure for Measure" from a play called "Promos and Cassandra." He stole "Hamlet" from a play by George Kyd. "Romeo and Juliet'' he stole from KnI A t t Hi.iJ cloinl think US llryan. hen think IftTaft. aloft Roman calendar ;.enber was the ninth monm. B.tti.'gi tcU early, and the mplre gne ir.ar.Ki just ucivic mc um frjtt t about 700 B. C. the trusts ,(!t the people so little to be thank U, Lt a.ter nine montns mat u was ecJed to wait a while and lee if icythxg Vwiuld come of the Roman ritction Numa according to Prof. jitby'j explanation, made Novem month and had ber the eleventh Ttuktgr.ing fall with the first withstanding the month tttft, gets i's name from the Latin novem ik nil l-- -- a.nei. colt will sniff the air, quail, and the Intirt calf will Indicate the renlth with bis tail The frost will paint hh(f:resl with a deep and redder ,t, the hired man will shuck the rt), the pumpkin vine will pie, the The frisky bear the whistling I pc.tidar.i will hit up their office dis-feud, and the tight-wa- d candidate will figure to the t..-,r.g his fattened hogs. The air will teem with shots and squalls and sun dry flavors sweet, the good house- ife will render lard and scrape and pickle feet, the spared old hens will get a note of terror in their enck- lingn, and the children will refesh Old liouac on their turns with good old fashioned habited by ToblfiH road between Mount Vernon and Alexandria, 'a.. onco Ini Unr. private- - necreinry to OeorKO Wnih.nc.ton. The liouno a ih a .firl or (he Mount Vernon eatato and Is Mill In cracklings. a Rood state of nrusor-- . m, Mr. Roosevelt's annual proclama- ion advancing the price of turkey Speaker Joe Cannon is all of Constarting anything. The moon will 10 cents a pound will be issued about be full on the 8th. successful candi gress. He Is bigger than both the the middle of the month. He will dates will be full on the morning of Senat. and House combined. As urge us to give thanks that 55,000,-00- 0 the 4th. the presiding officer he puts the seal cubic feet of earth were exAnd then December will blow in of condemnation or approval upon cavated at Panama in October. with cold and Christmas dee, and each and every measure coming begobbler will addre.a Tha old King Coal, the merry soul, will fore the House. If he approves it it Ilia young and tearful flock will surely pass. thunder out, "Pay me I" Otherwise it dies And clip for mcmory'a wvtt take A tmall and lock. abornin'. He has become many And then, with many tight, will lay Mrs. Julia Pelham and little times a millionaire by approving III head upon the block. daughter have returned to Fultan, measures offered by the Trusts. Until the 25th, November will b: a visit to Miss Lucile Bondur-an- t. He is a bigger man than the presiunder the zodiacal sign of Scorpio. after dent, and for the sake , of good People born in Scorpio are cross at supper, and it is better, if possible, The Mississippi River continues to government for the people, and by liberty-loto be born after the 25th, when the fall, and Is now lower than it has the people, it behooves every ving freeman to vote to elect a month is under the sign of Sag!-tarl- been for many long years. The Congress and turn the Archer. Sagitarius peo Goverement intends to do aways Democratic down this great Trust Moguel. ple are only cross at breakfast, when with its river lights, unless the, everybody is. river rises soon, for 'tis now dangerIf you get a sample copy of the The flower for November is the ous to try to navigate the river at Courier, it is an invitation to subchrysanthemum, which signifies that night, and the boats will have to tie scribe. The Courier and Commercial-Appeal Japan received our fl:et without up at nignt a year for $1.25. i d Italy. sub-lim- 300 A j the I And H i penereat anil (liiartl, Ami wait It through hl Inner rrcm A round to Itt royal sway. tvrryone will exerclte lll ller anyway. He'll tounce It up and don n between .. Id tti prealdenllal rare through hli prMiit rara rprut to ho In vain, 1U1I bare thv (trrngth to run Konittliut, twrhapa, again. luanl, ork a this good clothes campaign we expect to win on merit; we count on your vote because we count on your good sense. IN Atacy rate the candidates will into the stretch, and both ,ahntons will make themselves quite i"rJ lo ketch. They'll spurt in P'fited response to many wild arous- ,indfan the dust up with the uses, downhaneing from their trous- They'll come in sight exhibit- Kg a icore of fancy paces, and only a me trembling earth in four or v high places. Mortran'i face darken with the flight of gravel. oi and sods, and the crowd will ound in battle cries and give and jctr ecu krt Hart Schaffner clothes are the right kind for you to vote; we are here to prove it AwU-it- th.m l lw doing, on agitated ip,rtt Th earth alll pitch and liuok to lwnt A'rerj (dTxa tptr. Tjf U!i ,,, mTtmlili Bj roull, - ) hi. uponco or twlca. TU uw, ,u ,ur a vfJ, J(irk Utll of (udga A- You can get any kind of suit you want here, at any kind of a price; any kind of a good overcoat; and you'll find raincoats a special feature with us. Every man ought to have one. Sir Walter Scott stole with a e talent. He stole from antiquaUS up In old Kentucky rian records. He stole from Gosthe. Where they never have the bluei. He stole from Sheridan. Where the Captain klllithe Colonel I And the Colonel kills the hooie: Charles Reade claimed the right pretty. Where the lionet they are of the literary artist to set Jewels, And the women they are, too. Where they thoot men Jutt for pnatlme even though the gems are the propWhen there's nothing elte to do. erty of another. Wheru the blood flowa like water. Alexander Dumas, the author of And the bullets fly tike hall: Where every pistol baa a pocket "The Three Musketeers" and And every coat a tall; "Monte Cristo," was one of the Where they alwnyt bnng the Jury llut they never bans; the man: most remarkable filchers in literayou call a man a I, tar, Where ture. In one single year his name get home It you can. And then was attached to no fewer than 50 Where you bo out In the mornlnir Jutt to give your health a chance, different books. Not only did he And they bring you home at nightfall steal unblushingly from every author With the buckahot In your panta; There the owS afraid to holler, who came handy, but he employed And the birds don't dare to ting. numerous literary ghosts and passed For It's h- -1 In old Kentucky. With night rldrton the wing off their work as his own. Brought to book, he had a ready govNext Tuesday, twenty-eigreply. "The man of genius does ernors will be elected. not steal," he said "he only conW. S. Rodger caught three fish in quers." the Mississippi river at Bayouville Alexander Pope, who made thousMonday. One weighed 81 pounds, ands of pounds by his poetic translaone 39 pounds and one 23 tion of "Homer's Iliad," was an indifferent Greek scholar. In adpounds. dition to stealing from previous Every ginner of cotton in Livings translations he employed others to ton parish, Louisiana, has received help and then claimed the whole warning from alleged night riders work as his own. not to gin any more cotton until the When he translated "The Odysprice reaches 15 cents. sey" he kept the public in ignorance that only 12 books could be called his and that the rest were the work of men whom he bad paid badly. The arguments in Pope's "Essay on Man" were furnished by Lord Bolingbroke, and his "Essay on Criticism" was a poetic version of the conversion of his intimates. Richard Brinsley Sheridan, wit. dramatist and politician, stole his famous characters, Charles Surface and Joseph Surface, in "The School for Scandal" from Tom Jones and n Blifil in Fielding's novel, and he abducted Tabitha Bramble and Sir Hubert Mackilligut and transformed them into those still more entertaining characters, Mrs. Malaprop and Sir Lucius O'Trigger in "The Rivals." Of modern authors who stole and ! are stealing still the present writer does not say a word. Only history can afford to be free spoken Exchange. ht 1- -2 , well-know- I Marx energetic WANTED Reliable, man to sell lubricating oils, greases and paints in Fulton and adjacent counties. Salary or commission. Fairlax Refining Co , Cleveland, Ohio. " k" 'i for county Judge. The election will be held M. 'Rht Wl the trusts will hnlH nn nil prayer meeting on the 2d. Mr. "jrn cast his vnti. for Mr Tnf 'll return thecourtesyatClncln-MU- . and Mr Rockfeller will receive lutneiat Cleveland. The quad-'"nial on the Whenever you need any clothing or anything else to wear, let We'll us know what you want. State Fair Finances. From the report given out by Secretary J. W. Newman we learn that after paying all expenses the Kentucky State Fair this year will clear over $14,000. The report shows that there were 7,350 entries of exhibits, and that the total attendance for the six days aggregated 103,000. The largest single day's attendance was on Thursday, when according to thn record there were 28,503 people passed through the gates. As directed by the law, the $14,000 surplus will be used for futher permanent equipment of the grounds. Diamond Sunburst LOST A Brooch, set with pearls, between my residence and College, Tuesday. Reward offered. Mrs. J.C. Ellison. supply it. ass who ,nM,.r jwdrenmai a,s through town on a LT1 ,row "art from the Post- 0ffiCe at 10 o'elnnV nn Ik v.. .its iiiuiumg , .i lb' foUowed b 90 . .v win h.i. Suits $5 to $25 ? lUer I ft by Jhe annual .i. tilt, ana country life will h 2th' whcn the Fu larmeriil have hi. The complete returns ir? the Luselle Weekly the 5th. by u.. ueiwccn "unty "Woe,, u,, bll. turnip,, kraut, honey, sidemeat, souse, pop. Smi ' ll I, Roys' Silits, too ; tho kind they all want. in nil weuvotj and PRICES colors. $1.50 to $7.00 Straight or bloomer puntH, mmmfJmZZnE THE HICKMAN COURIER Covsrs Western Kentucky Llkt CITIZENS FIGHT ROBBERS. th. Dtw" Six Bold Ttobbors Shoot Up Town and Blow Safe. Six men. appeared Murphysboro, in the lllago of Hurst, fourteen miles east of Murphyslioro, shot up the town, blew tho safe of the Carters Banking Company, took $1,500 and disappeared. Citizens fired at the roblwrs nnd were Several hundred fired nt In return. shots were exchanged, but tho citizens were finally repulsed and forced to remain under cover while tho robbers completed their work. Seven charges of dynamite were required to blow the safe, which was wrecked. TlTe" robbers then sclrcd Its contents, took some stumps from tho postnffico in the same building nnd some goods from the store and departed, going In different directions. III. NIGHT RIDERS MURDER CAPT. QUENTIN RANKIN Jlirilling Story the Escape of Col. R. Taylor From the Outlaws. of Z. FIGHT BEGUN ON VACCINATION Conference Opposing Compulsory Fractlc Meata at Washington. Philadelphia. An uniiiuil challenge lo lest th effccH)nes of Tscclnst)ou fctit ho had T "1 Clothci ho rn!,lU.Cf m j hi is, the bottom; I recovered "Thn thief Qolnn n.- i..' tlltnnn That W. 0. BPEER nd J. 0. SEXTON, Editors and rofcrletora. that money fund."-lfo- utm .i OT!I .Votfi t s the ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH 1.1 AUVANCB. Entered at the. Hickman, Kentucky, rnatl matter. postofHce ai aecoud-clas- s i Governor Patterson Goes to Scene Trouble to Tnkc Ten Thousand Dollars Charge of Situation Murderers. Reward for Capture WHIRLWIND CAMPAIGN FIGHT Indiana and Ohio to Be Thoroughly Canvassed by Democrats. Chicago. Wlint Is announced nt Democratic! headquarters as a "whirlwind finish of the campaign in lndla'na nnd Ohio," will be made in the two State special," while Thomas 11. Marshall, Democratic gubernatorial candidate, will head the speaking force of the "Indiana special." The force of leakers Mho will reinforce the two candidates during the week Include Senator Gore, of Oklahoma, former Got. I). R. KrnncM of Missouri, former Senntor Charles A. Towne Mark of New York, Representative Smith of Arizona, Judge Knox of Minnesota, and Congressman Rainey of Illinois. Of the two specials in Ohio, Judson Harmon, Democratic candidate for governor of that State, will head the forensic passenger list of one, while the other, it Is said at headquarters, will carry "a distinguished number of of both State and national repu- mentioned next week. Four social BISHOP POTTER be used, two In each State. trains In Indiana John W. Kern will head Last Services Over Remains on the "national the list of Banker Episcopal Dignitary. INTERED. of New York. Grace Church tn Broad- wav. was thronged Tuesday with digni taries of the Protestant Episcopal Church, officers and delegations from many societies and the clergymen from mnnv sister churches in the diocese of Xw York, when public funeral services were conducted over the body of the lit. Rev. Henry C. Potter, who died at In July. Tho service was pre liminary to the transfer of the casket containing the body of tho bishop to its final resting place in the crypt of tho Tiffany chapel In the great Cathedral of St. John the Divine, which is still in progress of erection. Five bishops of the Episcopal church took part In the funernl sen Ices. Coop-crstow- n tation." They will alternate throughout the week with the speakers assigned to the Indiana specials. POLITICS IS ESCHEWED. Supremo Court Will Not Advance Bank Guaranty Case. Washington. The supreme court of tho United States practically indicated its disapproval of tho efforts to bring that court into iwlitirs at this time by denying the motion to advance the hearing in the case of the Noble State IUnk of Oklahoma against Gov. Haskell and others, involvinir tho constitutionality of the Oklahoma bank deposit guaranty law. A special pica was made for the advancement of the case liocausc of tho prominence in the campaign of the question of the guarantee in Imnk deposits, but the court declined to act on the suggestion. NEGRO ON STOCK EXCHANGE Color Line Broken Down for tho First Time Among Brokers. Xow York. For the first time, in the history of the curb market in Iiroad street, In which many mining stocks and miscellaneous securities are dealt in, a negro appeared as an active trader today. He was soon found to be Ilobert W. Taylor, who lias an office nearby and Tins been engaged in dealing In mining stocks for some time, most of his clients being negroes. on the Heretofore his transactions market have been made through other brokers. Taylor appeared today within SUIT IS INVALID the roped inclosurc and was alert in SAY HASKELL bidding. He demonstrated that he was familiar with trading methods, which he Hearst Litigation Not Accompanied by Proper Affidavit. is said to have learned while in the employ of a Xew York Stock Exchange Omaha, Neb. The $000,000 libel suit brokerage house prior to his entering which Gov. Haskell of Oklahoma filed business for himself. in this city last week against William Randolph Hearst Is pronounced invalid WILL STAND BY HER HUSBAND by prominent attorneys who have examined the petition. It is pointed out that the laws of NeWill Spend Her Fortune to Free braska allow no punitive damages In a Youthful Army Deserter. and $300,000 of Hi" amount Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Charles Joseph libel suit, asked in the piesent case i punitive. It llagness, daughter of the late Senator out that the petition is Arthur l'ue Gorman, of Maryland, whose Is also pointed nccompanied by an affidavit of youthful husband Is held as a deserter not Gov. Haskell or his attorneys, as from the navy, will spend her great for- cither is required by the laws of this State. tune to free hirn. Under the Ncbrasko statutes the suit, Mrs. Magness visited the county jail it is stated, has no standing in court unto seo her husband. When seen at the jail, Mrs. Magncss til accomplished. said: ' "There was nothing startling about my marriage. I may not have married to suit my family exactly, but I married to suit myself. I lived 30 miles from Baltimore, where Mr. Magnc&s lived, and I had known him two years. I came to Louisville last June as a delegate to the International Sunday School Convention. Mr. Magness came here and wo remained in Louisville and were married here. That is all there is to it." Mrs. Magncss refused to say whether she knew her husband was a deserter from the navy when she married him. She says, however, that she will go to 1'hiIadelphU and will stand by Mm through hU troubles und will use her fortune in his behalf. RAIN ECHO FROM BROWNSVILLE Cuse of Oscar Held, of 25th Infantry to Bo Advanced. Washington. There was an echo of the Brownsville "shooting up" incident, when, in tho supreme court Of the United States, a motion to advance the case of Oscar W. Rcid, on the docket, was filed Reld belonged to the in Reid's liehslf. Twenty-fiftInfantry, nnd tho president dismissed him without honor on the charge of being Implicated In the Brownsville riot of Aua. 13. 1300. The suit is to compel payment of Reid's salary up to the expiration of his enlistment. The concurred ill the motion to advance, and tho rase probably will be argued in December. h attnnk-v-L'ener- MAKER ENGAGED. WILL FORFEIT PIERCE BOND Trankfort, N. Y., Man Will Try to Stop Forest Fires. Uticu, X. Y. l'rof. Carl K. Myers, of Frankfort, a suburb of this city, is going to mako an effort to produce a rainstorm that the forest fires may be extinguished. Mr. Mycin Is a veteran balloonist and aeronautical engineer and claims that down in Texas some years ago he produced ruin that spread over several States. His plan is to send up a big balloon filled with gases which he will explode with an electric spark, l'rof. MyiTS has been enguged by sev eral paper companies of Northern Kew York whoso forest lands ure being destroyed by fire. The first balloon will I exploded within a few days between tlds city und Frankfort. GETS CARNEGIE MEDAL. State of Texas Will Not Let Up on Oil Man. Austin, Tex. Unless II. Clay Pierce surrenders to the court nt St. Louis, District Attorney James R. Hamilton of this eoiuitv. who has charuo of the prosecu tion of I'iercc, in rase ho Is brought back to Texas, savs Pierce's $40,000 bona will forfeited In that city. This .Wlnn-Is the result of the action of tho su prcme court of the United Htutes in refusing to grant a hearing In the habeas corpus case. Pterpu .loos not trn tn St in 41. n Louis, Texas authorities will not let up, but District Attorney Hamilton said a new requisition will be applied for, this time on tho goernor of Massachusetts. Merchants Must Not Buy Cotton. Tho merchants of Ola have received a written demand from tho Veil County Farmers' Union that they cease buying and assist in holding tho present ...ltd II, a nrlrn (if ration lins ad vanced to Wt cents. Thus fur tho men chantM have taken nn action In the mutter. The. communication is in the shop .. ........ or a resolution nuopicu i... .1.. ..n " ... ....In ...MM. nftpr remuililtlir thff cotton for 12',(, cent, merchants to hold savs: "lio It fuither rrsolved, Thar we dc not ask lids a a luvor, uui ueinaiui n as a rignt. 01a, Ark. Union City, Tcnn. Col R. Z. Taylor,) aged 60 years, and Cupt. Q. Rankin, both prominent attorneys of Trenton, Tcnn., wero taken from Ward's Hotel at Wal- nutlog, Tcnn., fifteen miles from here, at 12 o'clock Monday night by mssLcd night riders. Capt. Rankins liody was found Tues day morning, riddled with bullets and hanging' from a tree ono mllo from the hotel. Sheriff Ksstwood of Obion county and i posse of armed men left Union City Tuesday morning for tho scene of the These men are determined, murders. and If they meet any of tho night riders COL. TAY10R ESCAPED. it Is expected that n pitched Initio will bo fought. Sheriff llaynes of Lake counTerrible Experience In Plodding TL:ough ty la also on his way to the scene lth the Swamp. a posse from Tiptonvillc. Tiptonvillc, Term. Unharmed save nuThe trouble which resulted in the merous scratches received In a thirty-hou- r death of Capt, Rankin nnd the prolwble trip through unfamiliar woods, nnd the murder of Col. Taylor was caused by the fatigue incident to the trip without food, passage of an act by the legislature reg- and the mcntnl strain, Judge R. Zach short a ulating fishing in Reclfoot Tuylor reached hero Wednesday morndistance from Walnutlog. ing nfter a miraculous escape from night The first news of the murder was re riders at Reelfoot who murdered ceived at 5 o'clock Tuesday morning. his partner, Capt. Quentln Rankin. Mr. Ward, manager of Ward's Hotel Judge Taylor's ctaw Is due to a dsr-In-g at Walnutlog, telephoned Sid Wsddell, a dash for liberty while the night ridstockholder In the West Tennessee. La ml ers were shooting Into the body of Capt. Company, stating that nlniut twenty-fivRankin. masked night riders came to his hotel at At a moment when he. thought the 12 o'clock at night. pins were empty, Col. Taylor broke (or Ward's Story. freedom. Dishing f. few yards to the According to this report, the night bank of a shallow inlet of Kcelfoc;. Like, outside the hotel, pulled hv riders lined up plunged In. out their revolvers nnd called Col. Tayfi sillade or l.uitets followed the fulor and Capt. Rankin. The two men gitive, whose figure was dimly discern-ibldown did not suspect trouble and came immediately. Wading ami swimming, tho aged atAs the attorneys passed into the front torney pushed forward. Bullets nnd smsll yard of the hotel, the night riders cov sbot fell on every side, but none struck ered them with their revolvers. Before true. Capt. Rankin and Col. Taylor had an op-- j Near the bank opposite the firing night portuuity to retreat, they were surround- riders, Judge Taylor concealed himself cd nnd sciied. They were pul on iiorses behind n tog. and carefully riders behind night Hundreds of shots were fired Into and guarded. around the log by the night riders, but Tho night riders then quietly took up not one penetrated far enough to injurs their march from the hotel, turning down Col. Taylor. the road toward Reelfoot Like. Guests at Satisfied that their victim had met the hotel in a few minutes lost the death, and fearing that the repeated sound of the hoof lieats and nothing sound of shots would arouse too many more was learned of the fate of Capt. nelghWhood, the night Taylor until Tuesday residents of the Rankin and Col. riders did not attempt to cross the morning. slough, but left the scene after oter 300 Iroceeding to the edge of Reelfoot out a rope, shots had been fired. Lake, the night riders pulled Col. Taylor lay behind the log for ten with which they lad provided themminutes or more, and then crept into tha placed the noose about Capt. selves, and underbrush and concealed himself until Rankin's neck. daylight, when he plunged into the Capt. Rankin Hanged. strung up from a wood to find a friendly haven. Capt. Rankin was Avoiding paths which mfglit lead to limb on the bank of the lake, for the some unfriendly clearing, Col. Taylor fishing privileges of which he had pushed his way slowly through the denso with the night riders. The stopping only to take a few masked men then stepped back and woods, fire on the swinging body, rid- minutes' rest. opened Slept on Leaves. dling it with bullets. , For hours he traveled In this mani.e-The trouble between the Inhabitants guide. When night and C,ol. the sun his only of the banks of Reelfoot Col. Taylor, still afraid to up-Taylor nnd Capt. Rankin originated sev- came proach a house, made his couch on a Ud eral years ago, when the two latter men nnd slept until early morning. Incorporated and organized tho West of bnvcs With tho first rays of the sun the Tennessee Land Company. determined man was up and pushing on CoL Taylur nnd Capt, Rankin, who company, ward. wero the Incorportaors of the About 8 o'clock Wedesday morning have been also representing it in the caattorneys. Letter after letter Col. Taylor, deciding that it would then pacity of be safe for him to make Inquiry at a lias been received by them, threatening which short violence If they did not relax their posi- farm house, followed a path "rights" of the lake ly led Into a rough road. tion concerning tho Within a few minutes the fleeing man community people. came upon the home of Luther Rankin, Thought Things Quiet. Harris InterFearing trouble, Capt. Rankin and Col. overseer for tho extensive in what is known Taylor have remained from the vicinity ests In that section, No. 9 bottom. of the lake for wram time. Recently, as Rankin, who is not related to Col. however, they heard that the feeling welcomed tho against them had somewhat subsided. Taylor's murdered partner, at Wal almost exhausted man and, after giving were some legal pain-rThere dressing' the wounds mitloi' which needed attention nnd the him breakfast and attorneys went there to seo about them made by rough brush In the battle to the nearest Their pretence was soon made known through tho woods, rode sent a message .n all of the fishermen, and a band of telephone neighbor and into Tlptonvllle with tho news that CoL men was quickly ofrmed. but proceeded to Taylor was safe. They lost no time, In his flight Col. Taylor traveled aliout the hotel, after tho guests had retired section which would the night, and quietly accomplished 20 miles through a for havo proved difficult even had he fol their purpose . lowed roads. Treacherous Place. After lielng Informed at Union City of vicinity of Reelfoot Lake Is The Gov. Putter-sothe the safety oi Col. Taylor, treacherous. People unaccustomed to telephoned that ho would start for community may easily get lost, and It Tintnnville Immediately to Interview Cm would bo an easy matter, It Is said, for Tuylor In person. The governor directed authorities to render every tho night riders to hide In places known tho locul possible to the attorney nnd if to them and shoot down members of he could give them a cluo to the Identity the posse, heforu 'hey themselves could of utiy of the night riders which could bo worked from this point to start out b,dctcctcd. Col. 'iuvlor and Capt. Rankin are without further orders. 1 e. s was Issued at (he opening mcntlng of Vacclpatton Conference the National with representatives present from titnte and national orgunlrations opposed to compulsory vaccination and other compylsory medical practices. of Dr. Rudolph Straubc, of Philadelphia, In an address challenged Dr, Ssnnlel of Dixon, head of the Pennsylvania health department, to spend a night In a bed with him with a smallpox patient lieprobably the two licst known men In Iween them, In order to preve the claim N this section of the State. 01. Taylor, that vaccination Is of no benefit In prenot long ago, ran for chancellor of this, venting the spread of that disease. Dr. tho Fifth judicial, district against Judge Dixon, Dr. Straube says, has been vuc Cooper. Whilo he has never sat on the cinated several times, while he has bench, he is known to every ono as never, been Inoculated. "Judge" Taylor. During the conference a national or Governor Telephones. ganization will bo formed to conduct a Memphis, Tcnn. Governor Patterson campaign of education throughout the called up Thomas M. Scruggs of Memcountry and effort will be made lo phis this morning and notified him U prove that tuberculosis and cancer ore the reward which had leen offered. directly due to vaccination. "Gocrmr Patterson," Mr. Scruggs said, "offers J 0,000, to Ik) paid by the State, for tho apprehension of the mur- LUKE WRIGHT ATTACKS BRYAN derers of CoL Taylor and Opt. Rauktu. - JZ iw ,ul,tial mufg V , )y CASTORIA a afe Infant, and children, and Kxnmlnoarof' lmslAs4.S s. ,1 rVtm nm I a uao r or uvcr ,'IO Years. Tho Kind Yomia,.oA'wMB Th.y nt I Unci .. llenrv .w observo the Sabbath at that Lj.J ort whero you tnoni 1 ,' Prnttv On Sundays thev ai lar four courao rfinn,. Nlieiwt.i.. i ,t Don't It Jar Vet To havo n couch 11 off oven when ou i.. It away for good by inJ 31saJ ohkii Djrrup. ii neais inflatacaJ of tho throat nnd lungs siieiretJ uuu uai'i'iui steep. -- a lj.B Statement That President Is Man" Scored. Hired The Same Thina. . i ii l.a your iruui ooi t like mlno. I'vo got a n-- fu, Ul71 UT I've got a f "Isn't uosiun American, HUH uJ ,,1 Xew York. Seldom has William Jen Micks' Capudln Cures Nervst, nings Bryan been so acierely arraigned Wnsttier tired out. w n H i. during tho present campaign as he was ""SI hero tonight by Gen. Luke K,' Wright, f.W. Ttl.l (w.lll. in.. secretary of war, who addressed a large mass meeting at Terrace Garden. Tho dread of rldlcu!o Is s;tu( Gen. Wright, who was introduced as a fie originality at Its b.rih, Democrat baying the honor of holding Republican a cabinet position under administration," was greeted with en thuslastle cheering when he appeared on the platform, and his speech was re peatedly Interrupted by cheers and FACTS The speaker entered vigorously Into the principal Issues of the campaign, condemning Mr. Bryan In sharp terms for the litter's reference in a recent speech to President Roosevelt as "the hired man." Gen, Wright said that such statements "tickled the groundlings, but lie then made the judicious grieve." outlined the powers of tho president In an endeavor to show that the president Is not a hired man, but the "chief ruler of the parly." FOR SICK W0MEN PIERCE Oil Man's DENIED REHEARING Rtslatancs to Ilsturn to Texas la Disallowed. In the extradition pro Washington. H. Oil ceedings of Waters-Pierc- Clay Pierce, of the Company, of bt. Louis, versus Chief of Police Creccy, of that city, the Supreme Court of Uie United States denied Pierce's motion for a rehearing. Pierce resisted an application for his removal to Texas in con nection with tho prosecution of his rompany on the charge of violating the Texas anti trust laws. The petition for a rehearing was bated on a contention that he court's decision turned on the point as to whether Pierce had taken a fslso oath whlch.lt was de clared had not been argued beforo tht court. URUGUAYAN No other mMlIdno successful in reliovine of women or rccciwu ulno testimonials as liSll LYDIA. E. P1NKHAM lus t!." L- Focnjfi -1 Kir ls Lji In ovcrv community r awji women Mho havo Kmji pitas! health byLydia IL 111 l'liikliniii'itVt'Kctnliio Compel t( rtnliln CoiiidouiuL A ono you incut has cltl' rUaa iltctl bv it. or has fr,, "i In tho l'inkliain L fco (ho illes contnlninc c.crca lion pno hundred thousand KM Irom women scoKir.g uei hero arc tho letters in vut mvmK' t.itn nvor (lif lr I'aai ELOPES. South American Dashes Away With a Philadelphia Authoress, Providence, R. I. Cnpt. Benjamin T. turps tlmt iTiov wr ro c r i i Manton, of Colonia, Uruguay, bale and VcptaM hearty at 80 years, and reputed one of E. linkhnm'd PinkhaKia l Vp'-Lydia K. In that part the wealthiest land owners of South America, thwarted tho opposi loniiiouiiu mis fmm BiirrIcjil OTsratii r.. tion of his relatives here, dashed away Wnkliam's Yrpti Lydla with his fiancee in an automobile and Compound n mauo ir iar.i' In Fall River married Miss Sara E. ncriw, witnotit urugs, uu u Hnrtmnn, of Philadelphia, a writer, of soiuo anu Harmless. about half his own age. Tho reason why j Veirotalilo Comix und The romnnre which thus culminated Biicccssful in liccauso It r lu tlii captain's fourth matrimonial ventc ." ture had Its inception in Uruguay a vest ereillenta which art d r toB more ago, when Miss llartinan, la tho fuminlno organism, -or search of historical data relating to the to a healthy normal i' . '- -i W'nmnn who nro South American States, met Capt. Man 'thoso distressing ills ie Xim ton. sex should not loso ft tui u firrn nr ilnnU tho al MRS. CLEVELAND WITH JURY K. 1'inkham's VeRfta'-l- it satu li Ia-iI'- o top '! to restore their lieaitu. Tells Htvr York Inquisitors Whether Husband's Letters Authentic. Kew York. Mrs, Orovcr Cleveland was before the grand jury Mondsy afternoon In connection with an Investigation that body Is making into the au thenticity of the now famous "Cleeland SICK VH HEADAGI 'nllhel)"J LHlIfl CARTERS these rtJe r Tir s! letter." the district attornsy'a Mrs. Cleveland was accompanied to office by n young man nnd an older one, whose names could not be learned. She remained In the office only n short time and went before the grand jury for a considerable period. Other persona on hand tu be fines tioued by the grand jury In connection with the same matter were Dr. Joseph D. llryunt, Mrs. Cleveland fuuilly phy slciani Mr. Richard Watson Gilder and David H. Curralho. TEXAS INLAND WATERWAYS. New Orleans With Rio Grande. Kew Orleans, La. Announcement it made that about 1,000 delegates from lexas and Louisiana will meet hero De cember 4 und S to uuko definite plans for uu inland wuterway from Kew Or leans to tho Rio GrunJo ut Brownsville, Texas. Tho plans adopted ut this om ventlon will bo pivscntrd to the Rims and liurbors com cut Ion In Wushiugton, which meets December 0, 10 und 11. Connect 1FP mintCARTERS ILL j..... nr Etlri" - SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE Gcntiino Must Wj fiVkeR REFUSE SUBSTITi m Rtilway Fireman Rewarded for Saving Life of a UJbe. Lincoln, Xeb. Martin It. Lux, rcelp lent of a Carnegie medal fur biavery, is a Lincoln .railroad man. Whilo firing an enaine on tho Iliirlington ho noticed u little babe ou the tracks ahead. He run nut ou his engine, dropped down to the j.llot und with great effort wltn Ins arms grubbed the child nnd threw it from the track,, saving its life. ItuIIroud fellow, workmen presented hi in with a gold watch for his bravery. Special Term of Court. Union City, Tenn. Judge Joseph E. Jones will convene tho circuit court of Obion county In special session Friday morning A venire of twenty fiv-- i men will be called by the court, and tho Judge will pick Ids own men. From this number a special grand jury will be Impaneled to make an investigation of the murder of Cupt. Rankin. This unusual legal proceeding was decided on this morning after a conference in which number of leading luwjtrs of West Tennessee took part. GOV. PATTERSON IN CHARGE. Orders Troops to Be Under Ills Persona! Direction. Humboldt, Tenn. Gov. M. R. Patter-so- u left heie Tuesday night nt 10 o'clock for Union City to taku personal churgu of the situation In that county growing out of the ussusslnutlon of Col. R. Taylor and Cupt. Quentln Rankin. On account of the enormity of tho crime the goteruor has canceled all his speak Ing appointments for tho tlino beiuj in take charge of tho situation Pltn Is to - t ROUND THE CAPITAL Information nnil Gnsalp Picked Up Ilar anil There In VVnslilnilon. Throuoh Kentucky Gleanings. Moit Important New Gathered From All Parts of the State. 1 n, n, Farmers and MercU Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. DURNS WERE FATAL. LOOPHOLE FOUND Which Money Lenders Can Daughter of Dairyman Meets a TerEvade Paying Taxes. rible Fate. ....ABSOLUTE SAFET IS THE BASIS.... Covington, Ky. Miss Mlnnlo Stcen-keFrankfort, Ky. Ily falsoly stating tho county of his residence n monoy 17, daughter of Ilcrmnn Stccn-kehut tho White Homo opened lendor In Kentucky can loan $1,000,000 a dairyman on tho Highland pike, many of tho ombaaaloi will follow on mortgages and not pay a cent of throe miles from here, received burns . c i' ult. taxes. Is mado known bjr Washington la u Brent gathering County This fact Hawkins, who has which caused her death, Assessor plnco for conrontlnna, especially lu the br en requested 8horty after breakfast she went lo look up nutumn, and this year tho season of William Morgan arid tho rcsldcnco Into the kitchen to heat some wnter John Haya, opened with tho Tuberculosis conwho havo on for her mother, who Is confined to gress, which brought together dlstln mortgages Inbeen loaning money giv- bed with blood poisoning. Fayette county nnd In placing gulshod men from nil parta of the ing their residence an Krnnklln coun- tho kettle upon tho cook stovo a tide of world, many of them with their wives ty. Under tho law thcro Is a pro- draught Acntn the .an S .TON' caused her apron to come In nnd other feminine kin. This made necessary n reception or two and many vision that where a man lives In ono contnet with tho flames. Hushing ut w,,,,n t0 K" ,: ? county nnd loans money on mortgages from the kitchen she ran screaming luncheona nnd dinners, and theso duty ' u Inn bcrn, dcipllo nil tnrted tho ball rolling, Although the In nnothcr county It shall be tho mort- for help, nnd her body surrounded by . of the couty clerk where the when to Iho contrary, ball may tho stablo ,.,( nt wl serious roimldera-,t- depart for alow upEnglish, the deleicatpa gage Is recorded to certify to nil such a mnaa of fire. Attho girl and somo Kronch, Qer mortgages their farm hands seized toro o : and tho nmount of each to man, or other homen, It will bo kept burning clothes from her. , fc romo (o tho front. tho county assessor In the county of tho going on tho way toward tho now year A physician was summoned at onco the lender's residence. v., w.mrt now only n nnd R new ndmliilstrntlon. nnd nn cxnmlnatlcn disclosed that tho . i burns received nrc of a nature almost "'n f 'COLLEGE CHOIR TO ASSIST liable sot li of t varl-.- Menntlme, thcro will bo tho official i . i opening of tho Wblto Houao, with a renecessarily fatal, The portions of tho Hot Sprlnga ception for concrete nnd tho Introduc- Dtrea Studenta to Take Part In Chris- bory worst affected nro tho breast, h ,1n'1 ,0 tl,0 tion of Mlaa Kthel Roosevelt Into soback, arm and hands. Her hair was , t t a brf k n'" tian Conference. ciety, Mlaa Hoosovelt Is planning to ntmost completely burned. Mti. rrrt'lxi In tho uniracr, hnvo n it ream of young houao guetta Herman Stetnken, tho father of tho 3 Herea, Ky. The Itcv. Dr. J. Wilbur . naa nnd nil tho "routine" will takoMurni Chapman, assisted by Charles M. girl, la unc of tho best known men In jf i Wr1 rgton tho curtain nt Joining In tho entertainment, of- Alexander, will hold a two days' Cnrls-tlo- n Kenton county. I Ihn mlncn let for the othorwlao, Mra, Nicholas Workers' coiifcrenco In tho new t t'--t n tr thu arrival of tho ficial nnd will chaperon her alttcr on INDICTED FOR ROBBERY Mr. Ilooscvclt,...and Ingworth chapel nt llerca college ail at.l-- l. .at. moit occaelona, relieved by hor uncle. "HI... n f r.- n of .I'll. official un.i"i Admiral William 8. Cowlea, who filled Tho Ilerea collego choir of a hun- Was "Toronto Jlmmle" at Williams-'towfamily, the dred voices will nsslst In tho musical The opening tho aamo genial olllco for Mra. Strong Guard Around Him. . It called, k, (; program. Mr. Aloxnndcr Is noted ns when aho mado her debut. la In tho dim futho foremost gospel singer In tho t a f r eM!i WUIIamstown, Ky. James Johnson, world. r-t: C 17 . k Visitors will bo entertained nt tho alias 'Toronto Jlmmlc," who was collego whllo tho sessions arc being brought here from Cincinnati In tho begun tho packing of hor effects at held. custody of Shcrlft Carter, languished tho German embassy, Hhn has a right Thero will bo other conferences held In Jail all day. A special grand Juty to the salary of her husband and to In Kentucky besides tho ono to be wns summoned and they Indlcttd tho occupancy of the embassy In held at tho college Johnson and his pal, l)oc" Davenort, Washington for tbreo months after the for robbery of tho Corinth Deposit ambassador's demise As tho widow State Wlna. Lank In 1905. land Hyden, Ky. Tho big wild-ca- t of a diplomat who died In aervlce, the Johnson heard the Indictment read former beautiful Miss I.angbam of forfeiture suit of tho commonwealth and was cool and collected. Ho will looulavlllo will enjoy a considerable against the heirs of C. O. l.ockherd be taken to Lexington, as It Is feared pension from the Oerman govnrnmont. was tried out hero In tho Lesllo cir- ho. will mako his cscapo from tho Jail i i tragic coincidence thnt tho . . rnnrntipri nf ttlrdn. No moro sumptuous hospitality waa cuit court and decided In favor of the hero. Ho will bo closely watched. lavished in Washington than that commonwealth, forfeiting the title to r - t h3 hare recently died ,1 .... II. , km. emanated from llaron von Sternberg a big wild-ca- t aurvey containing over ' V.,... Sues For $30,000. nnd his peculiarly alluring Kentucky 80,000 acres of land situated In iA'allo Covington, Ky. Florenco McCourt iK Jl have Th? caso will sued .Nettle McCourt In the Kenton both ben sui- - wife. Tho whllo ballroom of tho Oer- and Hirlan counties. i hr .nfnl ami childless man embaasy during tho Incumbency go to the court of appeals. If altlrm-e- circuit court ror $30,000 damages for , ! utmA llniA In thplr of tho Von Sternberg! haa been the It will mean many thousands of alleged allcnntlnn of tho plaintiff's :1 ca r.'d the aamo city, loula- - acrno of princely festivities. dollars to tho cltlxens of tho moun- husband's affections. The petition Tho pathetic little diplomat with the tains, but If reversed It will takn the states that the plaintiff lived happily .a Iha.'. httHA I.UIM1 II ap. J... .it. ..Jni.,, nt thn .Inn) gentlo wistful faco that alwaya homes of over SO citizens. with John McCourt and wns separated Infrom him through representations by i ifdl hanRt HKo a pall over pealed, waa a man of largo personal In Washington Overexertion Caused Apoplexy. o- come. S'o woman c rele of waalilncton the defendant to him. Mrs. McCourt I,oulsvllle, Ky. Overexertion devel stiQd her husband for divorce, nltmony dressed mora exquisitely than the oped sudden apoplexy and Frank Wll and restoration to her maiden naiuo. wife of whom ho waa so Justly proud. t ii rTKuxn l iikiii. Tho Invnlld diplomat, becauso of the llnms, 22, died of a first Btroke. Ho FJorincc Urllhn. isru qicu m r.rir imiinr- cn temporary Titua tnoro determined malady that finally closed wns nn cmployo of the Mcnegol Hox tht'r American wlvea. dooming his career, appeared seldom In society Co. and he worked hard all day. Aft Her Life. v Girl Attempts his er supper a fire broko out In stables wldowa to solitary Journeyi laat winter. Ilia presence with Covington, Ky. Kllzabeth Keye, 18, wlfo at tho laat atate function of tho near his home, nnd ho worked for It Is alleged, attempted to commit suiseason nt tho Whlto House waa the homo hours rescuing the horses, when cide by drinking carbolic acid. Her of heartfelt congratulations ho returned homo ho complained of younger brother Fred observed her In c '30 iwo aipiuinanc oinvn a among hla frlcnda. They bcllovod h feeling III, and his bride of a few the act of putting tho vial to her lips, waa better and going to get well. .. weeks found him dying besldo her. ... .T and struck It from her hand. Ur. lieyond a alight Fieck was called, Whisky Dealer Assigns. .1 Frankfort. Ky. W. V. Strader; whts-k- burn, tho girl Is uninjured. It is said 4 dealer, of Lexington, has filed peti- the act wns inspired by a lover's uted In Washington) from tho govern- tion In bankruptcy In federal court ment scrvlco and tho monthly check here. Assets $10,183; llablll'tles,($lS,-"79- . NO Youth Kills Father. will bo going to aomo for K.ICCCC Passage of an act lu 1900 proJOBS Kllzabcthtnwn, Ky. James Hatfield other man. It will bo Incumbent upon hibiting shipments of liquor rrom ono him to mind hla pennloa, clao, Inatoad county In this state Into a local option slnt and killed his father, Asburyllat-field- , I of near Kastvlew, this county. of a trip of profit, It will dovelop Into county Is said to havo Injured traono of expense. Mrs. Asbury Hatlield swore out a war. der's business. rant ngnlnst her husband, charging President Itoosevelt does not yot Held on Suspicion. him with Improper relationship with know tho scientists that are to accomFrankfort, Ky. While soiling spec- tin Ir Blngle daughter, who, it is said, pany him, All he knows Is that ho InIK ir- - r of rouRh riders, trappers tends presenting specimens of African tacles hero without a license, John 1.1 In a delicate condition. Hatlield, musoum, and Kroln, to icn . h l catch 'emI allvo with nnlmals hnatho National Institutionand nnd Is of Jefferionvlllc, wos nrroatcd Jr was arrested Jury. Is held to tho to being held on suspicion of be- November grand rY,.-- . naked that that ho l.l t Jefferson-IIIo- . to proaorvo ing wanted for murder In r cueni a Atrican trip in aend along two men, ono ' Tho negro with him, who Is acPowers To Make One Speech. i ' ' fjnio aa an occaalon In th6 specimens and tho other to mako nccompllco In the has cused of being Frankfort, Ky. Caleb n" t u M play a part, will bo notes that will be of benefit to natural murder, saw tlionnarrest nnd escaped. accepted an invitation ofPowersrepub-- I tho history. llcan campaign committee to speak at ' H ' cvr t and his son Kcrmlt, No dcflnlto Itinerary has boon yet Distillery will go his homo, llarboursvllle, Saturday, Oc 'ifi - s and ono naturalist arranged. Tho president nnd If ho Lexington, ICy. ToIt Resume. Is tho only will constl3'ei- .w.nai museum tt..... ...in ft..- wheretohe canIt find tho game, will go to thnt tho Jnmes li Pepper announced toher 31.willThis Is during thospeech I Distillery ....... ram-one placo ho mako find ittir l'owors .v.. livf miii uu rails Co.. controlled by Joseph Wolf, of Chi. palgn. 't A Assistant Socrctnry of Stato leans In It. Juat how nnothcr, and when he haa fouud It ho resumo operations at Its Jacksou Morris Is to speak with Pow will enmp there. The details of tho cago, will No sj - the irctldunt hlmsolf docs trip will not bo arranged, therefore, plant In this city December 1. eis. until after ho hna consulted his guides, whisky has been distilled at this plant t .i ' .p.. i i.w . ,i i nun-Mi .. . tho United for two years. i bo from ' School Buildings In Ashes. who will not i. IB lu uxriiv Owlngsvlllc, Ky. A report from d sr for each word written 'States. Tho caravan will bo rauatorod Factory To Resume. fc'm M'tilfeo county Is that three bulldlnss xut tho trip, ho la not con-I- . In after ho renches tho African coaat. Frankrort, Ky. Fires havo been lipid a i; school purposes nave been tho throwing of money HcportB that tho president has ac of tho glass i,..ni I"- - i ) wm.p iiimtclf for tho cepted an Invitation from this or tnat started In tho furnaceswill bo put to burnedfor within tho last 30 days nt Marfactory, and 3.10 men ! r 1vnco of aliootlng 'real big offlclnl or dignitary nro also premature. work In tho plant this year. At pres- ina. Tho main schoolhouso was first buildings were Tho president has received uo inviglvott employment, burned, then two other men will i 'ke ,c the president will hnvo tations and his pluns nt present will ent 70 tho factorybowill begin opcrntlon rented for school purposes, and both when 3 I t IIV.I. 1m II,., nutu hnrdly ndmlt of his accepting any. nr,l were burned. 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"'ftl ).r 1 un()cr , ' W 1. KO to n -- I lp'n h V r'l"mlng Art , , conJ.. war.,. I. . removed from tho .. . )J0 nj;w hoiuullku . . up- - r 1. a inn. I. 'tht-o.,- . In '"i"-u- i !.. ..I auiuormes ,m .wii iftinuu ... k"i!' .:8 ?f. . nZ S,.1 Hrcture. ""I'vu, vc'd for th jur It female num's and attendants when tho hospital extension was completed. As no appropriation was available for tho construction of a building for tho malo uuraes, all that It was jioaslblo to do was to remodel ono of tho buildings already on tho hospital reservation. Tho building finally selected Is what was known as tho east lodgu. Several yenrs ago It was utilized for femalo patients. It Is a combined threo-storbrick building. and Entirely remodeled to meet tho of tho situation, It con- lulus 33 roomy apartments, capable of It la providing for about t8 men. lighted throughout by electricity. Lavatories, shower hatha nnd bathrooms, all lined with Vermont marulo, nro on each floor. On tho first floor la a largo club or reception room running tho entire width of tho building, which will bo uaed as a reading room or us a billiard room. Ktuployes who nro to occupy the building aro being assigned to quarters there now, nnd they hnvo exprossud thomselves as pleaaed at their now surroundings, which they regard as making for their comfort and plouiure utter working hours. two-storpoa-slbl- y Frye Will Case. Frankfort, Ky. Tho Judgment of Iho Campbell circuit court lu tho case of August Frye's administrator agnlnst Jennie Fryo was ntllrmrd by tho court of nppoals. Tho lower court "held that MUs Iluols. mentioned In tho will, bad uo Interest In tho estate. Three Negroes Escape. MayflQld, Ky Threo negro prisoners knocked down Jailer Ilyrn, seized th" keys and escaped. Tho keys wore In f. and Inter behind an outur door. their flight for liberty ono of tho received a bad wound lu tho Ik .id DENTISTS. OFFICES: Hickman, Ky. Over CowRlH'a drug store. Union City, Tenn. In O. B. A. Tonsorial Parlors tf Beat in nickman. Hot and cold hatha; electric lights and fans, hydraulic chain and everything for comfort. Clinton Street, Illckinan, Ky. Next door to Jones' Cafe. from a blow by tho Jailor. Brothers Are Indicted. Peace In Republican Camp. Covington, Ky. John llentley and Louisville, Ky. Hon. Terry Aber Pol- nnthy, of Belmur, ono of tho republlo Xaclt Bentloy, whoso homo Is ul s Fork In tho KentucKy mountains, congress in mo in nn candidates lor district, withdrew from tho race". ero each Indicted on tho charge ot Them hnvo been two republican can pi rjury In tho federal court. It Is dldates In this district, both claiming 'claimed they swore falsely ngaiust Tom" Klswich. to bo tho regular nominee. Last of the Feudists. Ky. J. 8. Jarvls, tho last surQvlng member of hla fnmlly lil tho famous Keiidull Jnrvls feud of Hcott county, wns found dead lu u stablo on his farm, near Georgetown, supposed to bo duo to apoplexy. Lexington, building. J. W. Roney. W. J. McMurray. Casli Book Store Splendid Selection . . . Roney & McMurray King's Daughters To Meet. Frankfort, Ky. Tho annual state rmivoiitlou of tho Klne'B Daughters will bo held In this city November 13, 15, 10 nnd 17. Committees Tor tho cn tertulimiuut ot tho visitors huvu beou unpointed. Architect Dies Suddenly. Lexington, Ky. II. W. Aldenbcrg. a died suddenly while l. rnl architect, sitting on tho foot of a bed lu his Smth. Limestone- - street apartments. Heart disease Is tho supposed Must) if his death. Will Bo Good In the Future. Ky. Hy u unanimous Louisville, voto tho guuorul council adopted thu nduoriry committee report, which thut Councilman Illchnrd- It Is sup- bou shall not bo expelled. posed that ho will bo good lu future. New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, Notions, Etc. Call and aut our stock. LAWYERS. Mate- Practice In all the courts in tbi Deeds, morteaees and all kinds o! Notary Public In oSlce. o over Holcomb'a drug" store. con'rHfts. HICKMAN, KY. Everything Offlo MamBerendes&Gompany HOSIERY -- DID YOU KNOW Saturday today. is Halloween. LADIES' NEW FALL- - ELLISON BROS. WKAPtf of the Sr CTT .OAK'S Landed in Hickman Jail. Three burglars were rapt .m , Capt. Shuck is here from Cayce, We have just received complete assortments season's newest style in Ladies Wraps and Skirts and we assure you that these garments deWe have the famous line serve your inspection. J, S. Bowlin, Tuesday. of Martin, was here "EMPRESS" CLOAKS more attractive than. ever. The styles are exclusive ; quality is high i anil the We show them in black garments fit perfectly. The and colon and in great variety of models. prices are extremely reasonable, high grade garments priced at SS 00. $6.00, $7.50, $9.00 S10 00 $11.00, $12.50, 15.00 and $16.50. Our showing of the celebrated And they are For ladies and gentlemen ! Popular Prices Try a pair of our "Buckskin" hose for the boys Bradley & Parham Banker's Opinion. We should take off our hats and the country as well, to the newspaper fraternity and never forget the invaluable services they on this occasion rendered ourselves and the entire nation. Don't forget it, you country bankers, and in the future remember how your struggling local paper and its poorly paid editor stood by ycu like a brother, in your hour of trial, loyally and steadfastly and hereafter see that he gets the support and encouragement which he so often deserves but seldom re- ceives. Give your printing, your job work, your advertising and don't send eleswhere for it, because with better facilities, they may be able to do it a little cheaper. Patronize your local paper and try to show the editor that you appreciate the loyal support he has so disinter estedly given you on every occasion without expectation of reward other than the consciousness of having served his community best and well and in which expectation he has to our discredit too often been President Berryman, at the Kansas State Bankers' Asso ciation. disap-apointed, Circuit court begins in Mayfield Monday. Judge F. S. Moore was in Belmont on business Monday. Judge W. A. Naylor was in Ful ton first of the week. County Clerk Roper was in Mad rid Bend Wednesday. Charlie Perry was in Fulton Tues day and Wednesday. Circuit Clerk J. W. Morris spent a few days in Fulton this week. Mrs. C. L. Walker will entertain the Embroidery Club Friday after noon. Two shows in town Friday night. One at the river and one at the opera house. Born on Monday, Oct., 12th to the wife of Guy Robbins at Mayfield, a boy. T. P. Baker, candidate for Coun ty Jailer, was here from Fulton Large size Plates, high grade Dresden Ware, Gold Band Edge, Scalloped Edge, Gold Decorations HOWARD SKIRTS varied than ever beThese garments are very superior in styles, quality and fit and we have quite a variety of gored and plaited models cut In the newest manner, neatly trimmed with satin and silk bands, folds, buttons etc. We have quite an assortment of sizes in black and colors, made of the most popular materials and will appreciate your inspection. The skirts are all priced very lo considering the high quality of the gaiments. Fine skirts Many priced at S5.00 $6.00, $8 00 and $10.00 other skirts shown at $1.50 to $5.00. is mere complete and fore. ELLISON BROS., Hickman, Ky. Tuesday. J. A. Sanger went to Bessje and Tcnn., this week on Tiptonville, business. Mrs. J. W. Smith, of La Center, Ky., is the guest of Mrs. A. E. Wheeler. Chester Bondurant and wife re turned Tuesday from a shopping ex pedition to Memphis. W. C. Johnson and wife and C. G. Schlenker and wife spent a few days in St. Louis this week. Let us show you the most complete coal oil can ever made ; no waste, no danger. Bettersworth fc Prather. A NEW VICTOR OFFFR Tbti week a cenulnt Tiprllic (OQ QR O.OU Arm Victor nj It lie cortU only iy Don'l go week. Come today mastc-hang- to another or oar store and secure a fan-hung- ry magnificent special Victor Outfit for $23.85 BfitsiSSw Fulton Friday night and br iPm i this city Saturday ami Ian in i hind the bars. They were ajRtli about twelve o'clock-w- ith ihe g ,ua, on them after making a g i hau irom me grocery store of WV.iumt 1 Uros. When brought into the Kui,,jn police court, they alved exam,,,,, tlon, and the bond of each wa, f1IfJ at 5400. 1 hey gave their n.r ltl ames Wilson, bluarl McKinr,eyat atrick Collins, nnd claim tot from New York. To All Who Call for Them They were each capture , nj had evidently made a good hau,i some hardware store before ruchmu Fulton. James Wilson carnei a big gun and a knife, that UJj We received this week large ship- make the average man hoi j uph,, ment of Chinaware, Plates, Cups and hands in horror. Stuart McK.nr.-- y Bowls, Pitchers, Com- - and Patrick Collins both Saucers, Platters, carr t binets, &c, and GLASSWARE of every gum each of the Iver Johns ri u j description, including some Harrington i Richardson nuicr They had made sevci i tempts to enter other .,.i,rs houses before finally Also a Dig Shipment of cr,'er. ; the William' grocery, where they High Grade Blue and filled a large basket with the . , ,1( Blue Enameled Ware poods In the store. They ,pp.,r This is a very beautiful ware, finest quality themselves with groceries ar, i. and at less than usual prices for this grade of are co at this store to last them a tf Patrick Collins had on his pen Dish Pails, large or small, Tea Kettles, and a policy issued by the railway ri. . Coffee Boilers. Berlin Kettles, 12-qPails, Pudding Pans, Milk Pans, men as well at railroad sw,t-;t These gentlemen from tie List Mixing Bowls, Dippers, Buckets, Wash ill board at "Uncle Joe's h t, wn Bowls. til January, at which time the, . be tried in Circuit Court. Something Netv'jnlour ..SPECIAL. NO. , 5 Cent GRAND BARGAINS 10 Pay a small amount down and 1.00 a week Every Day Round Roaster Just the thing'forMeat and Chicken Roasts -- "Water Queen" Coming. Will you please publish next Issue, that the "Water the last floating opera roirtc this season, will exhibit in H. xci Friday Oct. 30th. Presenting a 4 act comedy drama, in and 8 acts of the finest va .er ever on a show boat, rr.aic.r.g ' shows for the one price of air .s. This show is strictly morai a j r fined, and one that is guara"'e ' be first class in every reipt ' ' money refunded. The corr.pi-- y fcii been well received all up a- -, u.r the river, and it has beer, cud some, that it is the best sh. e " t. ; seen on a show boat. Th s going sou'a 'h i last floating theatre season and the boat should be cr.J. ed, so you hid better secure i .' seals early. r- -i r or a small amount monthly. iir.HCMinins SEE THE NEW- - 10c -- Counters LINE OF- Inn Victor machine with Inlot mrwr-Iii- k A ( Somo Rare Bargnins Horn A COMPLETE (tri Mrs. S. M. Hubbard has returned from a visit to Nashville, and her brother, Mr. Hall, and family at Louisville. Carpets, Rugs and Art Squares sacrificed at half Drice. Come and see our large Velvet Rug at $1.48. Naifeh Bros. Elmer Walters' side splitting Marriage liscense was issued this comedy drama "A Thoroughbred morning to Albert Ladd and Miss Tramp" is booked to serve fun for Both reside in the at the city hall, Oct Tessie Kirk. j theatre-goer- s Brownsville neighborhood. 30. I he play is full ot heart inter est and hilarious comedy and it is Hundreds of people were made said the company handles the situa happy at the Big Sale. Why don't tions in a clever and painstaking you come and get your share of the manner. The scenery carried by great bargains. Naifeh Bros. the company is said to add much to Will Simmons, of this city, work the success of the play. ing on a derrick near Medley Bend, Dr. S. K. Davidson and wife have had his foot caught between the block returned from a visit to their daugh- and barge yesterday and badly mash ter, Miss Dottie, who is attending ed. school in Nashville. The Ladies' Woodmen Circle re Buy your flower bulbs from Miss quests all its members to be present Frankye Reid, representation agent at their meeting at the Masonic hall for best hot house in Louisville next Wednesday afternoon at' Jacob Schulz. o'clock. J. F. Belle and D F. Beaty re Helm & Ellison have sold over turned to Martin Tuesday after con seven thousand bottles of their fa ducting a meeting at Brownsville. since putting it on the mous Tar-Pin- e Tinware, glassware, hardware. market. A pretty good record for cooking utensils, ets., at Betters a local sale. worth & Prather's. The Courier is sorry to lose anoth Mrs. Lizzie Faris, of Caruthers- - er good family from this city that ville, Mo., is visiting Mrs. AA of Harry Barrett, who has located in Dawson, Ga. Mrs. Barrett and Faris and family. R. D. Happy, of Mayfield, was children expect to leave this or first of next week. here Tuesday. Mrs. W. T. Bondurant is visiting her sister, Mrs. Horace Betters worth, at Jackson, Miss. The sad Let lis Fill news of the death ot the twin boys of Mr. and Mrs. Bettersworth was received here Monday. . IlKlllOXhlMllMI Miuml Ionic unnlnff plrl nriu, brll- - ix. motor. It irniilhc Victor record.. nfMli tail, Ictor nwlle.. lm COOK and HEATING STOVES THE BEST MADE Free Concert every day of latest Victor hits ELLISOiST BROS., HICKMAN. ICY. SHREWDLY DECIDED. 1 Hickman, Ky. i 4 iktk.kUkiitUfciilUiti Courl tyouse News f mtmijm sm tmw-- . If you are going to take ir a I entertainment in tt cur REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS future cast your lot with T D. B. Wilson to Will Hays, (col) Thompson's friends and pa 'A Thoroughbred Tramp" a vn Ft lot in Gourley Addition, $150. g H. P. Naylorto M. D. Brown and day, Oct. JW, and bring your UugS-inhumor, as your will near if.' Jordan Champion, 126 acres land your sides. $8183.50. of Obion County, to J D Harpole, East Hickman is coming tD :U E E Willinghara, land just west o front in the matter of better n" Fulton, $300. and streets. Its a good move Tbtte T 3 Ferrill to R L Dacus, land are still a few more walks that ibc-S2250. be replaced by better ones J J Shepherd and Ed Thomas to Mrs. A. A. Faris and ba:y, C J Bowers, land, $2500. Miss Lucile Robbins went O Nt J H Smith to E E Reeves, lot in Madrid Monday morning 13 tu:1 West Hickman, $125. Mrs. Faris' father, Mr Ret' Minnie Lte Haynes to F M Boaz family. lots in Carr Addition to Fulton, $2, 000. J J C Bondurant to C L Rose, 60 acres land, S4.200. Clarence Metheny lo C A, W C and J E Jackson, land S500. R O Jackson to C A, W C and E Jackson, land $600. W T Carr to Susie A Tolley, lot in Fulton, S350. WHIT V WW Will rW4 f Our Km4hi U avi Hats Moderate Prices Latest Styles ! For Sale, known as the Conner He Which of these proofs have you chosen? She Why tho one In which all wy girl friends think I look the worst. farm on No. 9 Lake in Fulton Co. wt course. Ky., 12 2 miles west of Hickman One hundred and sixty acres of Bob Wilklns, a crazy negro was There Is much to see and more to cleared land with good fences, barn One farm, Your PrescriDiions. Wo will fill your Doctors' prescriptions just us carefully as if tho medioino was to bo taken- by a inomber of our own family - and use nothing but pure drugs of tho highest quality and as fresh as it is possible to obtain ihom. Let us fill your prescriptions the price will be right. HELP1 ft ELLISWI. A. McClure. one of the lecturers sent out by the State Dept of Agriculture to conduct farmers' institutes throughout Western Ken tucky, is home after three months' strenuous life. Judging from news paper reports, this new departure on the part of the State is a splendid move: every where the meetings have been enthusiastic, and the gentlemen In charge have been received most rnrdiallv. New life has been in jected Into all departments of agri culture, and In the end, it means Setter roads, modern farms, finer stock, etc. Its a good investment for the state. In whatever measure agriculture is benefitted, other in rWries will be enhanced In a cor responding measure. Tno. arrtsted yesterday by Deputy Sheriff laugh at in Elmer Walters play "A and houses. One hundred and thirty acres of Lion Special Goalder and lodged in the county Thoroughbred Tramp" which""will be, presented at the city hall, Oct. 30. timber land total 290 acres. jail. The negro has been sent to Big Bear....- For prices an other information once, but was recently The play really possesses merit and the asylum Mississippi Valley see Geo. M. Conner, Tiptonville, released. Armed with a shotgun, an enjoyable evening is assured There Is scenery and Tenn,, Phone 124.4. he proceeded to try to make trouble 1 theatre-goers. 2f. 2.0U with several white men, who fearing he would shoot somebody, notified the officers and he was arrested. Will Lollis, of Cairo, while load, fog logs on a barge near Mabel, had his left hand badly crushed yesterday afternoon, by a lot; falling on it. Drs. Hubbard and Blackford took a number of stitches in the wounded member last night. specialties in plenty and the western atmosphere which now seems to have become so popular with the drama is depicted in a natural manner. If you are going to take in a the atrical entertainment in the near future cast your lot with T. Rush Thompson's friends and pay "A Thoroughbred Tramp" a visit at the city hall, Friday, Oct. 30th. Walter Butts, of Fulton, and Miss Elizabeth Null, of Obion, were mar ried Tuesday, at the home of the bride. Both are prominent young people. They will reside In Fulton. Miss Frankye Reid can supply you with Narcissus bulbs, tulips, hyacinths, and other bulbs for fall planting. BBBDLEY &P Furnishers Other : Folks' : Business MONEY SAVERS!! 'K o Glass -- Paints, i Good Furniture i Many things are necessary just now in the equipment of almost every home. Just where to get them, how much to pay for them, where to save money in buying all these, and more, are vexed questions. J . We believe that an inspection of our stock, a careful H t A A n, m H compaiisuu ui uui pncs duu venues win soive every (J W . 1 1 ai-lcm- ma satisfactorily. Try us. BEDROOM! SPECIALS Iron Beds, full size Hardwood Beds Oak Bed, roll footboards Cotton Top Mattresses, good qua), ity tick , . $1.75 Our Guaranteed Cotton Felt Matd weight $8.75 tresses, Oak Center Tables, 16x16 top. $1.25 Oak Rockers, cane seat .$1.35 just received a large assortment of window shades ranging in We have $2.50 $2.50 ..$5.20 These prices Include slats end rollers complete .Vote early nd often. The agony will soon be over. Gasoline at the Courier Oftce. Saturday is the Courier's bargain day. Cashier Reed was In Fulton, Sunday o. S. D. Luten has been on the lick list. Mrs. Murley Roper was here Friday shopping. G. A. Gorman, of Lewisport, was here last Friday. Born on Friday to the wife of Oscar Salmon, a girl. Mrs. P. B. Curlln visited relatives in Union City last week. Mrs. Rose Prather, of State Line, was here Friday shopping. Jim Somen, now stationed at Gibbs, spent Sunday in the city. George Weatherly returned Sun day from a short visit to Union City. WANTED: A first class milk cow with calf. Mrs. L. P. Ellison. Now Cumberland watch the Telephone Co. situpand.take notice. We make a specialty of DOOR and WINDOW GLASS and can furnUh any size and shape on short notice. We are agents for LOWE BROS., STANDARD MIXED PAINTS; COLLIER WHITE LEAD and CROWN LINSEED OIL. Cowgil's Drag Store., Inc'd. The Trusbful Trust, Hickman Is still above land 1' At 9 :14 this morning a friend of ours from Hickman succeeded in getting MUSHROOMS. M il low. Above, I'm white as now. When, by the boy and Rifle I'm found. They wonder If I'm pol onoui, or no. oriOWIKO In the rich. Mack ground, I'm eoft and pink be- When I have Krown to The cook will gently tnke me. And In the oven, bake me. But when I'm email. If cook le very wle. She cute me up and In brown butter thakei me. be of Kondly slxe. ..... 50-poun- prices from ..20c to $1.50 Our store is filled with new goods and we are glad to show them to every one. HICKMAN FURNITURE GO. INCORPORATED From Bryaru Speeches, A Cure For Hog Cholera: Hog Cholera or Swine Plague as it is sometimes called is a highly contagious disorder. When a hog shows any symptoms of this disease, he should be isolated at once and the pen fumigated in order to save, the other hogs if possible. Mix one part Sloan's Liniment with two parts milk in a bottle and give every sick hog a tablespoonful of this mixture night and morning for three days. Sloan's Liniment is a powerful antiseptic, kills the disease germs, smoothes all inflama- tlons and acts as a tonic to the animal. A. J. McCarthy of Idaville, lnd., says: "My hogs had hog cholera three days before we got Sloan's Liniment, which was recommended to me by a neighbor who was using it with success. I have used it now three days and my hogs are almost well. One hog died before I got the Liniment, but I have not lost any since." Mr. G. W. Blasbaugh of Peru, lnd., writes: "I had four pigs that were coughing and were not doing well. I gave them some of Sloan's Liniment and they got better at once.' Sloan's book on Horses, Cattle, Hogs and Poultry sent free. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass. Farms For Sale cr t.-n- u , other Information location oi uMrr" The Hickman IVjurler 11 acres . Mlllppl river Uittoiu sm'les below Jllckmnn. Well fenced, acres In ris Tjnm Uouh- outbouies. etc. l II ml"-r- . Italsee from w to Uoa pounds cotton. to l.til in UiiLeb corn red investment. acres UnO, on mile soulb of Vc Isjlon, Ckl room Iivm, barn, sued all and els--t I tool scl uher roe yount orchard, I mile front school usm. iwn.ri. amluuito sell ami tit au t Additional Information on v-- U - ti-i- tn uti;(i , i house, slaMr In ikwl b4 ton, itlon, ooJ young orcbanl. Oowi l.s sround the placet also good rm -, klter does not overflow all qf It. Ml, I Par uiri Jut wot of Mengel Ve-f- :- if jou want a largatn call at t:s ome Trie, ll.no on easy l.tmi, Oi acre farm, wll Improved nxa duelling, S tenant nouses, 1 Urge barns Z large (took barus.'Talrlmiiks tali's, outbuildings. 1 wells. 1 spring, fenced scleras fenced. Half mile lolwochurchet If ci jo tu tcbool house, on rural route b4 tsler.: out Una ana short distance from : markott, 0 aer In cultlt atlou, Aa llrl fmi Adjoining land lait year "U for ' per acre, tbl can be luught for Ninon the acre. A numU ( otluiprove-ml-- warof orchard. etc. If 7011 want birikia,aikforNo. , KineHOncre stock farm. In Missis-PcouMo. ,ai four sets of bouses on K,totbrltu other lmproveinnt. IU5 ' cleared, rest In lliutwr QUI aero d Ljr the new government levee. nve cropt of alfalfa 011 tbU rlwetacU year and the cotton and corn Mirolng win give you an Idea of lie ' Hltr IUnt, readily r "e tj rratonable. for HM an acre. -- can make IS percent onllieln-vcitmtu- t, Nv ;l -t Own-catli- Time Does It. Time has From every section of the union come reports that we are losing no Democrats, but are gaining re cruits frcm the Republican ranks. I am a candidate for one reason, and that is because the nation decided that I could help them win a Democratic victory. Our platform presinU the issues clearly and definitely, and the candidates for congress arc pledged to the same platform. The Democratic party is pledged to purify politics and to make it honest. The manhood and womanhood of this country are rising in protest against the debauching of elections and the mortgaging of administrag corporations. tions to Mr. Taft was not willing to stand by his convention's action on the question of election of senators by a direct vote of the people, so in his notification speech he said he was personally inclined to favor the election or senators by the people themselves. We demand the establishment of a department of labor, with a cabinet officer at its head. We believe that the writ of injunc tion shall be used so limited that It shall not be used in a labor dispute unless the conditions be such as to justify the injunction if there were no labor dispute. favor-seekin- a wonderful power in Misses Pearl and Myrtle King, of Dorena, were here Saturday 'shop . ping. Chester Bondurant and wife went to Memphis, Sunday, for' a few days. Mrs. Maggie Randle is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Horace Luten, in Fulton. of Blythe- Simon Smotherman, ville, Ark., visited relatives here last week. Mrs. Hoagland, of Memphis, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. A. Holcombe. Jim House, of near Fulton, lost a large barn by fire last week, valued at $2,500. Elvis Hale returned to Pembroke, Ky., last Thursday after spending a week here. Mrs. John Cotton and children have returned from a visit to Union City relatives. Mrs. Nannie Cloar, of Troy, Tnn., Is the guistbf her daughter, Mrs. Nola Oman. FOR SALE 20 pounds good new Mrs. Minnie Cole, goose feathers. 21p. Hickman, R. F. D. 2. Tetleys Tea at Moore's. When (he best tea costs less than a half cent a cup why not have it? C. H. Besheres and Miss Linnie Eppes and sister, Miss Thelma, of Columbus, were here Friday. Elmo Reeves, of New Madrid, visited his father, E. E. Reeves, and family several days this week. Misses Marine and Laura Brown, Birdie May Rice spent Sunday with Mrs. Arthur Shaw, at State line Kits. in the grocery line, we can sell it as cheap and as gcod as anybody. Bettersworth & Prather. Frank Newby, wife and children have returned from a visit to their former home at Fosterville, Tenn. Cascade Flour. If you haven't tried it yet you haven't had the best. Call No. 4 C. H. Moore. Mrs. T. T. Swayne and children, and Miss Nell Rogers spent Sunday at Woodland with Mrs. Roy Clark. Dave Bryant, of Union City, spent Sunday with his daughters, Mrs. T. A. Ledford and Mr6. Harry Barrett. 19 county candidates who must co down in defeat next crabs. Cut all In little dice. We are io very nice, That at the table everybody grabs. And platm are empty of ua In a trice. When you decide to cook me with lome neware, though, for at times, I'm a deceiver, I'm yellow, then, as cream, I will disturb the dream Of any all too Innocent believer. For thine, you know, are seldom what tbey eem. In an old advertisement for silver polish, special stress Ii laid on lta value for cleaning: the "casters." Casters! To many of this generation the very word Is extinct, yet they were In common use a quarter of a century ago, and may still be seen In small, hotels and restaurants. Ungainly, to be sure, but an easier way to insure proper seasoning than tho present method where tho pepper is at one end of tho table, the vinegar at the other, the mustard entirely forgotten, and the salt well, salt Is the nuisance of the present day ta- "Cater." us on the line. We think he has a "pull" with the Hickman manager or we would never have gotton t 0 talk with him. The Leader has been trying systematically to get Hickman over the Cumberland Telephone for several days. As near as we got to it was a collector who called yesterday to collect our bill for past bum services. We have up to date been unable to get Hickman for several days. The call this morning came from the Hickman end. Perhaps others have succeeded in talking to Hickman. If so it only shows how lucky they are. We know the local people of the Cumberland would not act partial in a little matter like this. Would you? Would they Mr. Caldwell? What say you Mr. Symmes? Well we wont have to depend much longer on these guys for service. The Hickman Independent will reach us soon, and every family in Fulton should take the new phone. Fulton Leader. Htate of Ohio, Olty of Toledo Lucae County. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he U senior partner of the Arm ot F. J. Cheney A Co- - doing business In the Olty of Toledo, County and Btnte aforesaid, and that sold nrm will pay the sum of OSK HUN'DRKD BOLLAKS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FHAKK J.OHKNEY. Sword to before me and subscribed In my presence, this Ath day of December. A. 1). lSSMSeal.) ble. A.rw.OLEAKON. NOTAUY PUBLIC If in a ehaxer it is often too hard Kail's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally to shake out, and if in a small dish, and acts directly on the blood nnd mucous we are apt to put too much in a lump surfaces of the system. Bend for testimonials free. in the center of our potatoes. F.J. OHENEY A Co. Toledo, O. caster, for all So this Hold by all Druggists, 75c. twirling and awkward size, is not Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. its to be lightly scorned. 8ome To quickly check a cold, druggists are dispensing everywhere, a clever Candy Cold Cure Tablet calPreventics are also led Preventics. Take fine for feverish children. Preventics at the sneeze stage, to This sort of weather may cause head off all colds. Box of 48 25c. you to need a good cough remedy. Sold by all dealers. Tarpine will do all that is claimed for it. Helm & Ellison. Don't pay an agent 50c for the when Threlkled & .Schmidt will clean Weekly Commercial-Appea- l, get the Hickman Courier and press your clothes, and make you can necessary repairs, at very reason- and Commercial both a year for able prices. Over Rice's Shoe Store. S1.2S. Never throw away the bits of toast left from breakfast; it makes good milk toast for the children's lunch. Four the milk over it (broken pieces will do) when it Is hot, not boiling. Add sugar. Never throw away the broken scraps of cake or cookies; put them all In cups or deep sauce dishes and cover with hot butter sauce or whipped cream for dessert. Never fry flsh in butter; it is too quick to burn. Never waste the bacon grease; it is better for frying than lard. Never throw away the orange peeling; grate and use for flavorings. Never forget to prick well the skins of plums and other' smooth-skinnefruits before cooking. "Never." Death at Lodgeton. Saturday morning about 5 o'clock, Mrs. Chas. Hill, one of the most prominent and well beloved young women of Fulton county, died at her home in the' Lodgeton neighborhood. She is survived by her husband and four children. Deaceased was a victim of consumption. Interment Sunday at Union cemetery. Ming the conceit out ot When a VOUriP man first m m perions. mprir Ifonth ' car-- ichooli and enten upon ot Hfe, It is painfully amusing to wUness his sdlf suffi. C1cy he would have all the world understand that he is master of knowledge, and can unravei oil nyitcnei But as he grows older - Ktows wiser. He learns thut he a great deal less than he "PPcsed he did, and by the time he !o mree score years, he Is P'Pe-- to adopt as his own the "mm-ot John W.it .,i,i , " 1S1M, nen 1 was vounc I . mr f etythtr.g , m a cw yearit havJng .v" 5,an a thousand times, I 0l half SO sur nf mn.l tl.ln,.. J ;,.was bff"e. At present I am 'V cure of anything, but what has revealed to man. er J nt The parties differ as to the trust question. Our party says that there We make a speciality of cleaning should be no private monopolies; and pressing Ladles' skirts. Threld-kel- d & Schmidt that no trust should exist. The Reover Rice's Shoe publican party says dont kill the Store. trust. Don't prevent its creation; create the trust and start It out, and then take after It and try to over take if. vou wish to have your We believe that the time has come UICK' prescriptions to protect depoitors in their de- ly Accurately take posit, and our convention declared them n ,mr in favor of a system under which the depositors would be made secure. Cold Weather Is Coming Now is tho time to fill your bin with !! There are Tuesday. Let's give every man a square deal. Children especially take to Helm Tarplne on account of its pleasant taste. Don't try to make them take nauseating medi cines which do more harm than good. & Ellison's If and fiuea Cowgill's Drug Store where you may set your Drug wants at any hour A Good Toilet Remedy. Nothing better i( as goodas Fortune's Witch Haiel and Almond Cream for the skjn. It prevents chapped hands and rough skin with out beinc ereasv and sticky. Price B ' 25c a bottle. For sale by your local druggist. m m DAY OR NIGHT Eowgilfs Drug store (Incorporated) Order the Courier today. Mrs. J. T. Futrell, wife of Fulton county's famous marrying 'Squire, died at El Paso, Texas, Thursday, and was buried at Pilot Oak Friday was the afternoon." Tuberculosis cause of death. "Uncle" Jeems Long brought a prize bunch of sweet potatoes to town Saturday, On one vine were 20 potatoes ; on another were 9, which would weigh about two pounds each. These were planted June 1. C oal Wo GOOD, CLEAN, FRESH Handle BON AIR and TRADE WATER & Will have plenty of Pittsburgh Cool as' soon as Ohio river boats can run Hickman Ice Coal Co Incorporated THE HICKMAN COURIER 4Tn WarUra Ktatmkjr LIS tM lwM 0FXU aXditer IKZTOK, Md FrejwUtotw. n O. I Th Campaign Fund. The Democratic national ice, wiiuutm irp.itiir. t J. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CAM IK ADVANCE Just the Coat You Want j prevailing' models this season nxv nloti the "Dircctoire" lines. Hut the artists have vied with each other in producing so many different desists that it is easy for ever)' woman to get the proper styles in n beaming garment. The "Bischof" garments wc show have been carefully made from these original creations. The)- - contain the foreign features which set the style, bttt so .modified as to be thoroughly practical for erery-da- v wear. No matter what kind of cloth you prefer, no matter what yon wish toNpay, wc can becomingly fit you in one of these models. And the longer you wear it the more satisfied you will be that in this "Hischof" line we give you the smartest and best made garments ever sold in this' section. Recuuse of their immense facilities and sales, the makers of these garments tfivc such values as we have never seen before. Look for the lnbel, "B. S. & S." It will pay you well to come in this week. To start buying at once we give you the choice of several models at special prices. Among them you will sec Ridder.gaveoutan ment of the ,ndfJ "tte. contrtbu'i n (a .1 , Baton i M Ua Hickman, Kentucky, s m second-clas- mll ntior. THK ' Way, ,w mviuuiog UCl0Dr 9 tk, Ing sums of and over mha ne statement also shows recelp)l disbursements as follows Received from contrib ,tMM J I Oct. 29, 1908 der vi 100 vi v vi $1,5,3,52$ uuiu iJCnvtr Uu Amount rn Courier Gives Other Prizes. Not only are the candidates for county office getting busy, but the contestants in the Courier's Popular Lady Contest are making things . . fund $42.50. Total $248,567 85. Amount disbursed $22,962 .. un tendon 88 I ,vim interesting. Five of the young ladies have made a good showing since our last report. Misses Carpenter and Stole-e- r are running mighty close this week, with Miss Carpenter in the lead by a small'margin. Others are not far behind. Just to add a little ginger and to show those who are working hard fcr second and third place that their efforts shall not be in vain, the Courier has decided to give three prizes instead of one. 1st The beautiful S40O Forbes Piano. 2nd Ladies' Solid Gold Watch, s standard movement, and in every particular. 3rd A handsome Imported Cut Glass Water Set, consisting of seven first-clas- ' COST OP LIVING more easily adjusted to your income by the use of a checking ac count. From month to month you have an ex-arecord of all money received and paid out. ct pieces. While the Courier did not antici pate at first th: giving of more than the $400 prize, we are adding th last two gilts to show the young ladies who hold 2nd and 3rd places that we appreciate their efforts. Remember, there are only a few more weeks left in which to get votes. When we announce the hour of closing, the contest will close on the hour and minute given. If you want one of these handsome prizes ask your mends to assist you go into it earnest remembering there are three chances now instead o one. It will be time well spent if you succeed in even getting the third place. Don't forget about next Saturday being "Bargain Day." Every dol lar brought in does double duty on that date. This will probably be the only bargain day during the con test, and we advise you to make special effort for that occasion. This week the vote stands : 31190 Miss Mintie Stoker 1110 Miss Lillie Coffey To Fulton County Voters.. 31545 Dosia Carpenter Miss I wish to speak a few words through '6185 Miss Virginia Royster 355 the columns of the Hickman Miss Kate McConnell. 3085 Miss IvyDeBo To begin with, I am not a man of 8615 Miss Pearl Stone ealth, as some know, but only a Mrs. Willis Robertson, of East day laborer. I have been canvassing the coun Hickman, was on the sick list last ty for the office of Jailer of Fulton week. and I don't mean to slight FOR SALE Several good milk county, anyone, but if I have failed to see cows with calves. J. D. Cole, Hick' some I trust they will take no of 21p. man, R. F. D. 2. fense at my being-unablto do so, and I take this means of assuring -them that I will appreciate their vote and influence. I need the office and will appreciate it, and will 'fill the place as your servant with honor and is The statement which ''gntdby National Chairman Mack and J, It urer Rldder, says that 04J scribers gave $100 or mote and tbit the smaller sums were from 25 up. It adds i The number of contributors is the national committee fund n . Umated at about 50,000, and aboct $100,000 of the whole amount e tributedcame from Democratic neti. papers throughout the United States. "It will be noticed from the fore. going statement that the cash bi ance ie about $22.00. Supp.ies for and undelivered, circcii. lion of literature, the expense of headquarters In Chicago, New Yon and Denver, and the trailing asj other espense incident to carspeat. ing campaign, now under wajr.TU make necessaty an additional JIM,. 000 to carry out the campion ti a successful issue. r Money to Loan. I can make farm loans in Fultx ""tSO Garments as per above illustrations are made on the latest designs, and trimmed in this seasons prevailing styles. Garments adapted to all ages and figures, and the little tots have been remembered too. county, Ky., at the rate of 5 pt cent per annum on first class isprj ed farming Janus, not mere tiu half the cash value of a fara S be loaned. Loans made f:r tin years with privilege to borr;er of paying same alter two years n full or making any size partial payznt desired at Intervals ot six ax&U after the expiration of two rem I"!- from date of loan. r t, O. Spraduk, Ion City, Tenn. 2 Atty-at-La- Price Range from $5 to $25 Children's from $1.50 to $12.30 . Officers Elected. Smi th & Ambers Friday afternoon, Mrs. D. B. Dorena. Wilson entertained the Ladies of the Manuel went to Columbus Harry Embroidery Club from 2:30 to 5 last week. o'clock. An appetizing salad courser L. L. Hinshaw was in East Prairie was served. Mrs. Dr. McKeel, of Mayfield, and Mrs. Julia Pelham, last week. f n. I. guests. Hickman, was of Fulton, were j. TT ricxeu, ot wwt here Sunday. Jno. Bryant went to East Prairie Monday, on business. T. W. Pickett and wife, of Cairo, are here visiting Mrs. Byassee. Quite a number of citizens transacted business in Belmont Monday. Mr. Price and wife, cf Cairo, spent the past week here, visiting friends. Miss Marietta Faulks, Myrtle King and Roy Stocking attended ser vices at the Catholic church Sunday. Judge F. S. Moore, of Hickman, passed here Monday en route to Bel mont, to attend court before Judge AN OVEUCOAT, LIKE A Parker. SUlt, OUCMT TO BE Will Higgins, who has been away MADE TO YOUK MEA from home about three months work SURE. lag on T. W. Pickett's derrick, re BE JUST AS MUCH INDL. turned home Friday. VIDUAUTY ABOUT IT AS THERE IS TO YOUR OTHER A New Departure. Y m out-of-to- The Amateur Muslcsi Cabs with Miss Icie Hale, Morday ere ing, Oct. 26. The well renderti program by Mrs. C F Biititr, Misses Hale. Fuqua. and BarUcri was very much enjoyed by all Tu following officers were elcCdfortit coming years Miss Lucile Bondurant, Presses! Mrs. C. F. Baltzer, Miss Mena Diestelbr.rlr, Sec tary and Treasurer. Notice Taxpayers. Your state and county tai'i to the year 1908 are now due, and j can save extray cost by paying ear ly. You can find either myseja demitv. Goalder Johnson, at W office at Hickman or City Nalioal bank, at Fulton. Respectfully, A pain prescription is printed up-o- n each 25c box of Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Ask your Doctor or Druggist if this formula is not complete. Head pains, womanly pains, pains anywhere get instant relief from a Pink Pain Tablet. Jas. T. Seat, Sher 'F C SHlllllllllllllllil THE- How About , Sickness Prevents Canvass. "Uncle Joe" Noonon r.fjiwaj that on account of the sericus ill"" ofhiswife.it will be impossible W him to make a further cinrsun I respect. A checking account is an indicator that helps you to keep your income ahead of your expenditures. In addition to keeping your money mat- The good you may do by casting your vote for me now may not be told until eternity, and as I place these lines before you do not think of the past but think of the future to come and that it may be brighter than the past. Just stop and think You can make itbrighter by casting your vote for on: that will appreciate it not only till the polls are closed but after. I remain your friend in the race fcr County Jailer, 1 Your Overcoat? the present campaign, ash cinnct leave homr. He asks his menu n remember him next Tuesday Gasoline at the Courier 0. Red Cross Shoes THERE-SHOUL- For Ladies Ed Wright, Racket Store. For Sale. I offer for sale my business' on Clinton street, consisting of racket goods of all kinds, cigars, candies, graniteware, glassware, tinware, show cases, gasoline lamps, etc., at a bargain. If you want something that will afford a good living, see me at once. I will sell at a bar gain. John Kirkindall. A crowd of East Hickman folks attended the Brownsville meeting Sunday night. ; DRESS. SELECT YOUR OWN STYLE AND YOUR OWN MATER. IAL, AND TAKE ON AN APPEAR'-'ANC- E A LITTLE DIFFERENT FROM THE OTHER BY ters straight, a checking account is convenient, it gives you safety for your funds and a receipt for ever bill paid. FELLOW. SAMPLES BE EX- CLUSIVE. ASKING FOR IN. TERNATIONAL YOU MAY SECURE SOME VEltY NOBBY OVERCOAT EFFECTS. SUIT YOU. PRICES TO Something out of the ordinary in political circles took place in Ballard county last week, when Mrs, John Wickliffe took the slump for her husband, who is making the race fcr Commonwealth's Attorney of this district. The voters of Fulton county will make no mistake in sup porting Wickliffe; he Is a clean, conscientious, gentleman making his above board and independent of all cliques and rings. Bynum, wife and Jaby, of Harris Station, Tenn,, came in Sun day to visit relatives. They are thinking of moving here. Jack $3.50 91.50 to $3.50 Bradley & Parhag "Educator" Shoes for the entire family at THE HICKMAN BANK MILLET & NAYL0R ' Heard On the Streets a. a. a. .a. i. 1. .a ..a. .a. .J SJsy(Nft) TtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT to Your Time. Dont buy a mt hurriedly The Latest Can Always Be Found Here at Prices Ranging From "Ioy Green'9 "The New Color' We have them. $ 1 .30 to $3.00. They're All The Rage! MILLET & NAYLOR. Governors to Meet of the governori of and cotton growing tobi-cL.ts in vturb night riders have U rpr rjS probably be i jbert r (ter the election for purees? of contriving meas- starting to state the evil which and Tennessse, hat ap- Ktot.csv lenilr reread and found lodg- Lt in cr,y other itatei. be suggestion that the confer- It tt he.i came from Gov, Pat- Lon of Tenociiee and originated t.y from the recent outrages Kttlfcct Like, Term. Cov. Pal- Lao in a published interview, sug- t'.ei i.h i conference and his gesti.n was brought to the at- I'.tso cf Governor Willson by a hum from a New York newspa- A call for the conference will Ibably be issued in a few days sg a date m November subte st to the election. The governors he following states and possibly I :;i,Ti be asked to attend: Kentucky, lessee, Missouri, Bi & Time at Fulton. Scores County Officials. . L cnierfr.v- - Our sister city of the east end Fulton Is preparing to put the big pot In the little one next Monday night with a monster Democratic rally. The orator will be United States Senator, Jeff Davis, of Arkansas. The Democrats of Fulton have billed the speaking all over the district and will make it a demonstration of the First district. Eight brass bands have been engaged to furnish music, and features In the parade will be: Obion and Weakley county, Tennessee, horsemen in blue: Mayfield "Sly Fox" politicians 300 strong; Paducah Bryan Club with McCracken's Sheriff at Its head ; Ballard county's "Faithful" 160 strong with John Wlckliffe in command; Carlisle county Club with white sashes, led by Judge R. J. Bugg; Hickman county "Rough Riders" with Joe Bennett at their head. Besides Senator Jeff Davis the guests invited are : Gov. of Mississippi ; Judge Allie W. Young, of Kentucky, and Rcbt. psa, Mississippi, Arkansas, L. Taylor, of TennesseeI:, Indiana and Illinois. Special trains will be run into Ful ton from all directions. ie best coffee in the world for U pound. We can prove it. Amateur Musical Club. renworth & Parther. The Amateur Musical Club will meet with Miss Anna Outten Mon The Best day evening, Nov. 9, at 7 :30 o' i temedies for chapped hands clock. I rough skin is Fortune's Witch COUNOD EVENING. ptl and Almond Cream. Kid pes can be worn Immediately al I)ul Mr lint TraWi and Iferlt. lit Dltttelbrlnk. Mud jr of (feunod'i lying, as it is not greasy or sticky Millet- and Cow. Vocal (other remedies of its kind. Kill. llano M l Iran Krl. Price 25 For sale by your local Vocal MUi Jotiniton. llano Mln Outtfil. Var-dama- n, life-MI)ut-Mrlnmrt - Gov. Willson delivered an address in Fulton, Monday night. Among other things, he touched the night riders situation, and charged ttfe the Farmers Union with the responsibility for the origin of the night rider clan. He repeated his promise to pardon any man convicted of shooting k night rider, the only stipulation being that the man shot must be wearing a mask. Gov. Willson stated that he would devote the remainder of his life to the task of hunting down and Slaying any man who should drag him from hi?. home and whip him. as the night riders have done in Christian, Graves and other counties of the state. Referring to the recent killing at Hickman, Gov. Willson directly charged the county officers with making no attempt to ferret out and arrest the perpetrators of the das- tardly deed. He paid his respects to Gov. Patterson of Tennessee by stating that the latter could have prevented th; killing of Capt. Quentln Rankin at Reelfoot If he had taken active and aggressive action against the' riders at Clarksville, Tenn. Congressman Ollle James, in a speech at Paducah, Tuesday, handed it, back to the Governor, whom he scared for his claim for law and order by waving the Goebel tragedy in his face and by charging that the Republican party was responsible for the night rider troubles by creating the tobacco trust. He concluded by saying that he had been in twelve states, and predicted that Bryan would sweep the country. w. l'api Duet to be one of known to man. the. oldest fruits Final Settlement. Many writers are of the opinion that ilr All persons havintr claims against the Biblical bunches of grapes Ruts McGee. returned lo the estate of Dave Walker, deceas spies sent out by tome in McKenzle altera short ed, are. hereby notifyed to present brought by the Moses to view the Promised Land to her l cousins, Misses Bettie them to me for allowance on or be fore November 20th, 1908, or such were in reality huge stalks of banaAlhe Dodds claims will be forever barred. nas, while in the Middle Ages it was J. P. Lego ate, believed to be the forbidden fruit of Executor. Owens, of McKenzle, R here Monday on business, and "uting his son, Adolphus A I llano Mitt IouIm Atwowl. MIM Itutb Klllton. Mrt. Hbumate and Mini Annie Kill. ton. The banana is said Arc lamps? - WW rm siiiM "Where the shoe pinch es" is Joner for fruits. trVi af4i ifAii -Nalfeh's Big sale today. Ulil IllWil, I Will aff.i ag TT III,! J WU tirnnl riam vrfm Kommnyj Packard lasts have the room Tel. No. 4 for groceries. right place, that makes the shoe fit Dishes Hickman Hdw. Co. Made of only the best materials. Th at makes M Rake up and burn the leaves. the shoe wear. To fit and wear add, the 9 Missouri had a light snow this distinctive Packard style and you have a llff week. perfect shoe. Sec a pair Tarplne Best Yet. Helm & Sold at $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 in all Ellison. Best granlteware In the city A. PACKARD CO., Makers Hdw. Co. BROCKTON, MASS. Quaker oats 2 big boxes for 25c. Phone J8. BY N. R. Holcombe spent Sunday in & Union City. Krisp Cakes and Crackers at C. H. Moore's. C. G. Schlenker and wife spent Gold only acceptable clearing Public Sale. the first of the: week In St. Louis. Grand Closing-Ou- t Sale of the G. house certificates barred. The Courier and the weekly CommeG. O. P. Managers P. rcial-Appeal one year for $1.25. 0. Col's Rockfeller, Morgan and Our lease with Uncle Sam having Hon. H. J. 'Moorman, candidate Harriman, Aucts. depractically expired, and having for Circuit Judge, was In town TuesCortelyou, Hitchcock, Haywood cided to quit business and retire to day. Vic, Clerks. private life. We, the undersigned, Attorney J. E. Warren, of May-fiel- will offer at public vendue at our N. B. If either or any of the aucwas in Hickman on business, residence at the Capitol in Washingtioneers or clerks are at the time of Friday. sale debarred of their liberty by the ton, D, C, on the JrFOR SALE L. C. Smith double courts ethers equally as good will Fourth day of March, 1909, barreled Shot gun. Call at Cowgill's The Following Described Goods be supplied on date of sale. Drug Store. 20 : and Chattels, To-w- lt Annual Meeting. Miss Ruth Holcombe js visiting One Elephant, about 45 years old, her parents, Dr. C. A. Holcombe slightly blemished; one Financial The Hancock Farmers' Institute and family. Panic, made to order, old enough to started its annual meeting here yesDon't forget the Courier's Popu- wean, sired by Goldbug and damned terday and the crowd of farmers lar Lady contest "Bargain Day" by Everybody: our Interest in one from this and adjoining counties was Republican platform, gocd as new, so large that the town looked like Saturday, Oct. 31. . Big Derby day at a country fair and the one FOR SALE CHEAP One Clip- somewhat roossgrown; per Dover Seed Cleaner, in first Stick, slightly impaired by over- hotels and boarding houses are machine, crowded. The meeting is being held work; one Republican class condition. Ellison Bros. somewhat out of repair; one Finan- at the Hawley Opera House and quite Mrs. J. C. Crenshaw, of Harts-villcial System, Not Guaranteed, well a number of fine speakers are billed Tenn., is the guest of her supplied with clearing house certifi- forlhe meeting. The rooms below brother, R. B. Brevard and family cates and a little cash; 1,800,000 the opera house are crowded with this wee1. Dinner Pails, empty ; one Cannon ; all kinds ot farm .products and the Carpets, Rugs and Art Squares five million Teddy Bears ; and other exhibition of poultry is one of the sacrificed at half price. Come and articles too numerous to mention. best ever shown in this section of the see our large Velvet Rug at $1.48. Everybody regardless of party Stat e. Quite a number of nice prizes Naif eh Bros. affiliations or previous political are offered by the business men .of Stoves, coal buckets, shovels, servitude are invited to attend. the town. Today is stock day, and pipe, boards and everything in the While it is expected that most of the breeders of the county will show-thstove line. Prices right. Betters-rortbC- the articles herein listed for sale best lot of colt3 that have ever Prather. will be bid in by the "stand patters', been raised in this county, as an exE. C. Rice returned yesterday fcr relics, nevertheless everything tra effort is being made to improve morning from the St. Louis markets, will be sold and there will be no the horses around here. Immediate where he purchased an additional possession State Lecturer, John A. McClure, stock of winter goods. given. of Hickman, Ky., was in charge, Free Lunch at noon. and to him was due, in a great meas- Hundreds of people were made Roast crow will dc served free on ure, the success of the effort at this, happy at the Big Sale. Why don't you come and get your share of the the grounds by the young Men's the annual institute of the farmers Republican club. county. Owensboro 0 f Hancock great bargains. Nalfeh Bros. This sale will positively take Times. Miss Alice Lunsford, Mrs. Joanna the day and date above Bruer and L. C. Lunsford have had place on The district convention of the mentioned regardless of weather as new plank walks built in front of we must go out of business on this Kentucky Bible Society and Christheir, places in East Hickman, on tian Woman's Board of. Missions date. Moscow Avenue. Terms: All goods cash, and will meet at Mayfield on - Nov. 3 A movement is on foot to hold a must be settled for before removal. and 4. dummy presidential election on the Booths will Isthmus of Panama. be erected and a set of commissioners, watchers, etc., appointed at each of the big towns. $8s.kT ji SHOE Jor VT m SaM 1 to-da- y. soia BRADLEY PARHAM E-v- and-littl- d, ' e, e & 3 Paradise. to liitos i"i tales C 10-- 4 heavy Cotton Blanket. A New lot of dress goods just come real good $1.50 value, at the Big in this week and they are included Sale 98c pair. Nalfeh Bros. D.G. in .our Cut Price Sale. Nalfeh Bros. D. G. Co. Co. I"5 fetes te,kar.ta, 'llMlCourlrOmr 9 Engraved cards and embossed If you use a pulverized or ground coffee you can get an extra fine one tatlonery and cards of every defrom C. H. Moore at 25c p pound. scription at this office. The newest thing In freak photography in Egypt is posing for photographs in cardboard sphinx molds and mummy cases. A hole is left where the face of the sphinx should be and English and American faces peer out from this upon the photographer. Cards are our anuouncing the marriage of Robt. N. Helm, of Helm, Miss., to Miss Margaret Smith, of Leland, Miss. Marriage will take place at the home of the bride," Wednesday, November 18th. Robert Is well known here, and is a clever young man. Friday evening, Miss Irene Faris entertained a few couples of young people at a dance in honor of Miss Lucile Robbins, of New Nadrid, who has been visiting her sister. Mrs. Mira Faris. The evening wjs pleasantly and all too hurriedlly spent. After the dance, served. refresh-mentswere MiMm III! mcmn-i- l lVrrfHi ... IMF7 lal n 111 HiY1 Playing the game means taking advantage of every opiwtunlty. When you can buy Schoenbrun Tailoring nude to your individual . lines and REMODELING SALE. We will make special the next 30 days prices on any piece of furniture in our house for as our already large quarters are being remodeled and sreatly increased and we have to make room for the mechanics. jVe firy Freight on all out of Town Shipments of $10.00 or Over. i ugon furniture TENN. "iuhw i'iionjd o:io Friday evening, the B. Y. P. U., a society of the Baptist Church, was delightfully entertained at the home of Mrs. L. P Ellison. There were three tables, and progressive rice, netdles, and picture puzzles were sources of much merriment and fun. After the games, a chafing dish luncheon, composed of salads, and hot chocolate was much enjoyed. UKTION CITY, isr po. 22 measurement, and guaranteed to fit and please you, at any price from $10 to $K) you have an opportunity to be well dressed at small cnt, of which you should take advantage All wo ask is an opportunity to show you our 400 elegant styles. London tailors liavc nothing finer at the price, Cobic in and srr tlirin anyw.-iv-. 11 Mb OK BRADL&Y & PARHAM TllK HOMK SWELL TOOS hksidknck: imionk 1 This Big Sale begins Saturday, Oct. 31, and continues every day until Nov. 14, 10 p. m. 2 fall WEEKS SALE This Big Sate begins Saturday, Oct. continues 31, and day m every until Nov. 14, - 10 p. Cheapest and Greatest Sale of the Season winter goods, our immense stock of ON season. At this great saleand two weeks, we all of f- ACCOUNT of the limited room in our department store, as we bought heavily, we are compelled to of which are the latest grades, and the most will offer every article in the house at manufacturers prices, and why we can do this and save ourselves is for the simple reason we have bought our goods at great reduction lor cash. Our prices below will prove to you that we are underselling all others and to convince you we cordially ask you to come and see and get on the right track where you can save 25 per cent, on your fall and winter purchases. Here are few of the thousands of bargains waiting for you. It is money lost to you if you fail to come and take advantage of this sacrifice fashionable of the ..GREAT BARGAIN SALE-T- WO October 31st, and Continuing . WEEKS ONLY.. Until November 14th guaranteeing Read every item and bring this bill with you and you will get things just like they are advertised, every article and price advertised. Dress Goods 5c All calicoes at 5c Yd wide brown domestic 6c 8c brown domestic , 5c 8c bleached ' .. 10c ' hope .. .. 8 - 2c 12 9c best outing flannel .'. 12 1.2c 9c cotton " 15 and 12 2 best suiting 9c .'. 19c 35 and 25c " 4 7 and 6c check gingham 6c ' 10c 9c 15c dress " 48c ..... 75c all wool panama, all colors at 44c .... 75c fancy suiting at 48c 75c " " stripe panama at 35c 50c " " mohair, all colors at 22c 40 apd 35c plaid cassimere walsting at 48c 75c broad cloth, all colors And all other goods in this line will go just as 1l-l-- 2c Clothing Our clothing department is complete in every detail, having secured the most beautiful patterns of the season at half prices. Read every item. S 25 and 20 best granite suit .$11 98 10 98 18 and 15 fancy pattern " ...... 7 98 12.50 and 10 6 men worsted suits ...L...... 3 98 ,. 9 98 17.50 fancy worsted suits... 8 48 IS and 12.25 youth suits D. B 6 98 " " 10 and 9 9 boys N. B. pants (suits very fancy beautiful pattern at . 5 98, 6 and 5 boys N. B. pants, best suits in 3 98 town, must go at....... 2 78 4 and 3.50 boys suits at 1 98 3 and 3.50 boys suits 1 39 2 boys and children suits 98 1.50 boys N. B. all wool pants i 98c 1.50 best boys ccrduroy pants ' 48c " " 75c " 29c 50c boys knee pants Our men's pants line is complete. We can fit your size and suit your purse. Give us a trail. pants 3 98 6.00 and S.00 p 2 98 4.50 and 4.00" " " ... 3 98 5.00 genuine granite pants at 1 98 3.50 an I 3.00 fancy stripes at 1 47 pants . 2.50 and 2.00 " 1 19 1.50 good pants at 1 19 2.00 corduroy pants at over, We have a small lot of coats and cravanets which we must Come close out at your own prices. and see them. Furnishings 1.25 ladies all wool scarfs at "" 1.00 " :... ' " fascinators at 75c 50c " fascinators and scarfs at ' 40 and 35c 75 and 65c toques at.............. .v... 50 and 40c 25c toques at ........ ...... 75c childrens caps at . 50c " 25 and 35c childrens caps at....' 75c ladies underwear at 35c " 75 and 65c ladies union suits at 1.50 L. sateen skirts at . 50c table damask at 96c 63c 48c 38c 19c 48c 29c- Ladies Cloaks 17.50 and 15 00 L. solid colors Jacket 10 S fulljenethat 13.50 and 10.00 L. jackets in black, brown and blue ... 8.50 and 7 50 L. black and brown ....'... jackets... 6.00 ladies best jackets'at 9.00 miss jackets at 7.50 ..... 6.00 and 5.00 miss jacket .'at 4 00 and 3.00 2.50 best miss jacket at .. 44 2.00 " 5.00 and 4.00 childs plush coats at 3.50 childs plush coats in all colars at 3.00 and 2.50 childs plush coats in all . colors 1.75 ind 1.50 childrens cloaks at . , t,x S vx t fl 5 9" 4 1 ......... 18c 48c :i3c 19c 48c 21c 44n 89c 29c . $3 53 ) 2 1 1 '8 ii 4' 2 93 1 4 V cheap. Ladies Shoes . Men's Hats 5.0Q J. B. Stetson at 3 48 1 1 1 3.50 black and brown derby 300 and 2 50 best hats at 2.00 hats in all colors at 1.75 Columbia shape at : 1.50 good hats at Winter caps at prices to suit you. 98 98 48 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.75 3.00 2.00 1.75 1.00 L pat. and vicl shoes at ...- tan vici shoes ..... M. good ladies shoes..... ............... 11 I 1 1 78 9& 2 79 48 29 Men's Shoes Our shoe line is larger than ever be fore. We can fit every foot. 5.00 mens best pat', shoes at . 4.50 and 4.00 " 4.00 mens best vici box and gun ma tal shoes at..... 3.50 and 3.00 best shoes in town for 2 50 best every day shoes 2.00 mens best shoes....,,.. . I 75 S & " 1 best pat. and vici shoes school shoes and 1.50 school shoes children shoes 1 98 1 1 U 48 24 ' 1 1 1 S 78c 3$ 7 1 19 8 98c Men's Gloves 1.50 and 1.25 mens buck and horse hide glove 1.00 mens best gloves at tr 75c 10 and 35c gloves at 98c 68c 48c 24c : Underwear 75c mens heavy fleeced underwear at " " " " 50c " ' " " ribbed 50c 48c 39c 24c 4.00 boys pat. shoes at 3.50 3.00 vici and box calf at. 2.50 boys best shoes at 1.75 2 93 . . 2 4S 1 1 f8 " 2' Men's Shirts 3.00 mens all woolen shirts " 2.50 1 1 1 98 78 2,9 Hosiery Ladies heavy fleeced lined hose at Mens soz ' " Children " " hose " All these hose are worth regular I5r TWO WEEKS ONLY. DON'T "2.0o BIG BARGAINS EVERY DAY ' " 75c " " jersey All working over skirts at 48c 41c MISS THIS OPPORTDNITY lie 25c Thousands of other bargains are here waiting for you that we haVe no room to mention on this bill. Also a big stock of Groceries of all kinds that we can save you money on. Try us and be convinced. Bring in your bilhand let us fill it for you. Remember that this sale will last two weeks only and we beg you to take advantage of the good things we are preparing for you, It begins October 3 st and lasts until November 4th. We'll have new bargains for you every day; so don't miss this great opportunity. Also remember the date and place 1 1 West Hickman Department Store" A. S. BARKETT, Proprietors prESH COLUa f n -- -- u f.ti . - rrmcuv .11.- - K r Al il IM.MUI1- Still no rain. Vote (or Bryan. 1 SHIRTS LIKELY TO SUCCEED VON STERNBURG A Franchise Sold, twenty-yea- r franchise, granted by the city of Hickman, was sold this week to the Hickman Independ- .. .r vu Tuesday, Tuesday. we twist the llon'i tall. R. Jt Dugg, of Barilwell, was here ttltr To Courier. ,,ct .1 l'th, 1908. ft t t w will Give me a t -1- 11 rihrn Arkansas of the UMNC inf r iinnus and ..v.t p .jtutlnteifere witn j..e it-!-- atound here vallev land. . - it i ropi are corn and Rjcd this year, but C:rni3 r.;t r re ,nan a "a" crnP usotij.cle". and alfalfa The timber ii tiJ heii There Ii Unrv ..i. .r . . ii'h. .inn a POOU i. The "cow law" is a dandy. Who ml. a. J but very little fatten hogs far said we couldn't keep the cattle off the streets?. . . , J nil hr fr. no chillf 1. Giles Bond, of Chattanooga, Is Springi ii t a.enden here this week attending to his t.iCf a a summer resort. business interests. hre from different Cornelius Bowles returned to i r.,k the water from the Martin Tuesday after assisting in a meeting at Brownsville. rkicn annn fill "Mrs. Julia Pelham and little 3 moit all are well i. a; Tr- re! ttintit ilrnomlna- - daughter, spent Sunday with Mrs. i . .. . i Arthur Shaw at State Line. irH ih neonle are Don't (ail to hear Gen. Tyler at :.2g, ujr.Jay observing, the opera house next Monday night. Be on hand promptly at 7 :3U. fr:ra S8 to $25 per acre. On the last page of this paper will Cliliucm iaiiu iictc be (ound the names o( the candidates ILL' t c h trood as tt is most- - who have announced (or district of -- ... .. ji fices. You will make no mistake In . .. ii. !.. supporting these gentlemen. lt,c.;;cj vju wi nnu The latest divorce court devlop- . t r t. iui i .1 ir1. mc L.uuiici t ;.ic .i ment in Chicago is testimony relatyeir, ar 1 the weekly ing to ''shadow-kissing,- " which seems to mean carelessly getting I nprtfully, between in electric light and, a J. D. HEPLER. ground glass office partition and (orgettlng that persons who kiss in Rush Creek. glass houses should pull down the blinds. r.ay He left for school A number of our readers have V Lowry Stone spent Sunday In Union City. Four more days and the angony will be over. Choice tomatoes, 10c a can. Bet tersworth '& Prather. Gen. H. A. Tyler is In St Louis this week on business. Kyle Bright, of Fresno, Cal., Is visiting his parents, Dr. Bright and wife. Miss Marie Brevard has returned from a visit to relatives at Brevard's Crossing. FOR SALE Good work horse, cheap must sell. E. A. May field, Cayce, Ky. 22p Shall the people rule?" Is the question to be decided the Jd of November. PANTS For Mon and Bovh I "Wilson Brcs." famous line of dress shirts none better. All kinds of "every day" shirts flannel ones, all colojs, SI to S3 See us for ready-mad- e pants all sizes, patterns and prices Count Von floetzen, mentioned as the pnilmblo successor to tho late Ilaron an (Jcnnan ambiusador to Die I'nltcd Slntos,, Is a brilliant nnd von inlRblo mini 42 yenrs old. wlio lias rccii n variety of service. lie entered the rmy as a lleutennnt In the Second I'hlan regiment of the Guard and later nerved n military nttaclie nt tlio Oorman cinbnssy In Home. After this hb mulo an adventuroiiH exploring trip ncrosn centrnl Africa. The count was military attache at Washington from 189G to 1900. Ho wns governor of German Kat Africa for live yearn. In of this year ho was appointed minister at Hiunliiirg. Count yon (loetzen'a wlfo la an American. She was Mr. May Stanley Lay, of llnltlmore. ent Home Telephone Company, for a consideration of $3 and a free phone for the city's use during the life of the franchise, The Instrument was so drafted (hat it was useless (or any of the branches of the Bell trust to make a bid. This takes all the legal kinks out of the path of the home company's progress, and work will be rapidly pushed. Construction work cannot, of course, be gotten under way before the 15th of next month. However, the directors and officers of the company will meet next Wednesday and map out a plan of procedure select switchboard and other equipment. Allen Davis doubtless deserves the credit of organizing our home He has had many obstacles to overcome, but persistency has in a manner won. There is no doubting the installment of the new system In Hickman. Its a sure go. con-cer- n. I Speaking Monday Night. Our readers will be glad to learn that Gen. H. A. Tyler, of this city, has consented to make us a Democratic speech at the opera house next Monday night, Nov. 2. The Chairman of the Campaign Committee, after learning that the General had been persuaded to consider the matter of addressing our voters, abandond his effort to get Gov. Vardaman here ; and we shall hear Instead Gen. Tyler, one of of the best speakers in this or any other state to say nothing of his thorough knowledge of the Issues which are now before us. Everybody is cordially invited to be present on this occasion. You'll regret it if you miss the opportunity of hearing this distinguished and eloquent Kentuckian. Come promptly at 7 :30. Bradley & Parham Lake Denizens Arrested. While a great deal has been said about the night rider situation at Reelfoot Lake, little more has been done than the arresting of 61 of the residents of the neighborhood in which the troubles have occurred, and putting them under heavy guard at camp Nemo. Among those arrested is Tid Bur ton, whom the authorities say has made a confession in which he names 40 of the men who took part in the Rankin-Taylraid. This confession has not been made public, but Is said to have been given at Tipton- vtlle. At Union City, the special graud jury convened for the purpose of mak ing an investigation and examining the witnesses, has struck a legal snag. Some of the lawyers assert that the grand jury Ic acting illegal ly and all opsrations up to'the pres ent are absolutely worthless. While no official announcement has been made, it Is understood that the grand jury will be disbanded and the investigation will rest for thirty days. The Tennessee statutes pro vide that when a special session of the grand jury is to be called to make any kind of an investigation it is necessary to give notice thirty days in advance by publication in n news paper published in the county where in the special session Is to be held. The thirty days notice was not given. Gov. Patterson is helping per sonally with the work of investiga tlon and military affairs at camp Nemo. A single wire, a party line, con necting Walnut Log with Union City, has been cut several times during the past week. A telegraph line is now being put In to takes its place, and keep the telephone sub scribers from hearing all that passes between the camp and the State or Implicated and a member of the night riders she could not talk on his account, but that she was now This story is congoing to talk. tradicted by the report that McBride (which is the name of the man sup posed to have been killed) is in Arkansas, and that relatives have had letters from htm in the past few Troops Patrol City. Lieutenant Bailey Informs a Courier man that he has a small detachment of soldiers in all parts of the city for guard purposes from 10 o'clock at night until 4 o'clock in the morning. The soldiers have a right and will arrest all violators of the law, just the same as civil officers. They expect to put a stop to the shooting business which occurs about every Saturday night by fellows half drunk when they leave town, crap games, etc. The Mengel factories are still under heavy guard. ... ,i.i days. Trenton, the home of Rankin and Taylor, has been threatened. Dr. Happel, of that place found a letter on his porch this week saying that -- ji.ij. A -- asked us whether or not it was necesnas come dome Irom sary to register in order to be jcivc n.i eves ireatea. eligible to vote next Tuesday. It . i Is not. The last state legislature -. I T repealed the act making It unnecessary to register in fifth class cities. r-r:dc:c of Mm. Jno. Mo As Hickman is In the 5th class, there will be no registration. ' If nenry t mm 1 11 . -- ., ""j "b jrws Wednesday afternoon, the Euchre Club was entertained by Mrs. W. S. ft in exchange for corres- Ellison. There were five tables and much interest manifested. The first prize, a rose bowl, was won by Mrs. C. P. Shumate, and the guest combs These papers will plrze, a rose bowl was won by Mrs. C. L Walker. An excellent salad rrj.l course was served. Besides the Club members, there were several government water gauge at visitors present. mark, ..and the Methodist Church, uni oiaicui Kansas, Rev. J. G. Clark, the Presiding bJrned, ari sunk at our land-189Elder of this district, will preach at is exposed. Among the the Methodist Church next Sunday me wrccK was a at 11 a. m. The Communion will . . lb.rf oi partly ourn. follow the sermon. n3nri ik. ni.ii- r- -r i nnaaeipnia Ke- The pastor will hold the service 'k'h as probablv the nrnn. al 7 :1S. Everybody invited. j wew Mad- The business session of the conference will be held Monday at 8 .. fr L tr T p. m. A the people of Trenton were taking too much interest in the Obion county night riding outrages, and unless they ceased "every man, woman Become Every Woman and child will be asking for water in hell." The writing was unsigned, Tills seaion all women, whether but at the bottom of the page was a stout or slender, can wear the prevailing style anil look well in it. Ilecause crude drawing of a masked man on of this the new "Hischof" Direc-toimodels in coats and suits have horseback, no doubt representing a nttained instant popularity everynight rider. where. The long points on the hips nltenuate the figure of a stout womMasked riders made their appearan. And the Consulat collar adds to ance at two points within three miles her height. The slender woman extremely youthful and more of Obion, Tuesday, in broad daygraceful tlian ever. Uvery woman light. They wore masks of the false should see liow well these garments (ace variety. One forced a lady to fit. They can lie obtained right here lit every material and practically an cook breakfast for him, and had her unlimited nutiuVr of patterns and These goods are now on disstand so that she could not get a play at while he ate glimpse of his features Smith & Amberg's. with his mask off. This occurred within 15 miles of where the soldiers Work in the . shops of the May-fiei- a are camped. Pants Company has been susIt is hard to predict what the cut pended indefinitely, and as a result", come of the present investigation about forty hands who for years means. Time alone will tell. were remuneratively engaged, must seek elsewhere for employment. Children especially take to Helm Grant Hollingsworth, of Camden, & Ellison's Tarpine on account of its pleasant taste. Don't try to Tenn., came to Hickman last week, make them take nauseating medi- to visit relatives, and is now at work cines which do more harm than good. for the Mengel Box Co. re ap-ea- rs Ballot a Big One. The official form of the ballot to be used in the November election shows seven political parties represented, appearing on the ballot in Republican, the following order: Democratic, Prohibition, Socialist, Social Labor, People's Party and Independent Party. The Republicans get first place by reason of carrying the state for Will-so- n at the last election. J. Will Graham, the Populist nominee for Congress in this district, failed to get his name on the ballot. Easy to Mix This. What will appear very interesting to many people here is the article taken from a New York daily paper, giving a simple prescription, which is said to be a positive remedy for backache or kidney or bladder derangement, it taken before'the stage of Bright's disease : Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-haounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsipa-rill- a, three ounces. Shake well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and again at bedtime. n A druggist here at home, when asked regarding this prescription, stated that the ingredients are all harmless, and can be obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy, or the mixture would be put up if askrd to do so. He further stated that while this prescription is often prescribed in rheumatic aftlirtions with splendid results, he cou'.d see no reason why it would not be a splendid remedy for kidney and urinary troubles and backache, as it has a peculiar action upon the kidney structure cleansing these most important organs and helping them to sift and filter from the blood the foul acids and waste matter which cause sickness and suffering. Those of our readers who suffer can make no mistake in givjng it a trail. lf well-know- These Night wear ders '2 L. ... water 7, authorities. There are now about 300 soldiers r.Kc I .... . w v LUI ,wr S,rK UU It fAl. ()r S.VcraJ What is a Man, is r i mem every day . VKRECTTVr With the r. PIIRpqt .i matV,. WW'f ur charee for . rewonahli. United StateV. Lei Us Do Your description Work teai Dru Co., "All the constituents of a 150 pound man are contained in 1,200 eggs,' said the chemist. "There Is enough gas In a roan," he went on, "to fill a gasometer of 3,649 cubic feet. There is enough iron to make (our nails. There is enough (at to make 75 candles and a large cake of soap. There is enough phosphorous to make 8,064 boxes of matches. "There is enough hydrogen in him to fill a balloon and carry him up to to the clouds. The remaining constituents of a man would yield, if utilized, six cruets of salt, a bowl of sugar and 10 gallons of water." No wonder the Psalmist said: "I am fearfully and wonderfully made." camped In the lake region, under command of Col, Tatum. Detach ments are daily returning to camp with persons picked up who are suspected to have some knowledge of night riders or being one of the band. News reports are more or less colored and Inside facts are as yet meager. It has also just come to light that the night the night riders visited Hickman and assassinated the Wal krr family, that one of their num ber was killed, and was buried in the wocds ; that the persons impli cated in that affair were part of if not the same parties who were implicated In the killing of Capt. Rankin, thit the mother of the young man killed, whose name was not learned shook her finger in the (ace of Tom Johnson, who is said to be the captain of the night riders and is now In custody at Camp Nemo, and said that she thanked God that she could now talk, and that she was going to have a good deal to say about this matter; that as long as her son was sw a if" The best work garments in Hickman. We have your size; prjees right. BRADLEY & PARHAM Thk IIomk ok Sui li, Tons "Shall the people rule" Is up to you, Mr. Voter. Do your duty at the polls next Tuesday. spent Sunday Union City with his wife, who Is spending a few weeks there. A. O. Caruthers In COPYRIGHT 1906 BY DODD MEAD COMPANY MMMfmSs? M MmM MXJ. MJM J. M.mmf J MJLfM 8YN0PSIS. Oerard Chambers, son of a wealthy Importer nml n student at n eastern college, was awarded a membership In tho a secret organlia-tloCluster of tlio founded by llndntr Graves. The society wan exclusive, only seven being admitted. The members were known a Persons, A meellnic wns held nml oneh member wns awarded tho "call of destiny " Chambers was toM to pass ft period an a sailor and not set foot In Then ho North America for a year. was to be assigned to another year's exile. Ha must malm Ills own living unassisted, and keep everything n secret. Jerry obtained a berth ns aupercano on an ocean freighter bound for t'ranla. Sou th America, loaded with puns for enemies of that government Chambers was captured and thrown Into n dungeon. Marina Bostos, adopted daiiKhter of Hen. ltnstos, ministered to Ills wounds. Kach mado n rtrong Impression on the, other. Jerry was sentenced to die. I'non promise of Marina's love, Capt. Pllnro freed Chambers. All three united with Oen. Darado's rebels. Chambers being; made a captain. Capt. l'llaro died of fever. Marina accompanied his body to burial. In n Rostos. flcrco battlo llarado defeateil Jerry frustrated an attempt to assassin-at- e Oen. Rarado. Marina's funeral party was attacked and she was reported missing, l'andnro, capital of Crania, was captured and a confederacy established. Chambers was made much of. Marina was Riven up an dead. Ho then sailed for Havana. Ho recognised Marina Ilos-ton passenger of a yacht. Ily a mso lie gained tho deck. He discovered thnt Marina was being held a prisoner. The American engineer promised aid. Tho plotters took Marina. Into Vera Crux, seSuddenly recretly, Jerry following. membering he must hurry to Mexico City within a few hours he left tho engineer to resume the chase. Jerry reached Mexico City In time to receive letter of Instructions. Young Chambers received the secret society' orders to proceed to Escalon, Mexlro. for further Instructions. He again left Mlko O'Connor, tho engineer. In charge of the. shadowing. Mike trailed the fugitives to Jlmlnex. using various ruses. At Escalon Jerry Tece'ved orders to search for a lost gold mine. He accidentally met Mike. They happened upon ono of tho plotters, who then threw them off the trail. The pair camped In the mountains. They discovered an old hermit calling himself Jose. After aiding him when he seemed near a sedeath, Jose promised to tell them knowl-dg- e cret. Jose gave them a partial of the location of the lost mine. were unsuccessful, Their effortswas sent to the village for Mike provisions. While he was away and exploring. Yaqul Indians Jerry was burned the camp. Jerry was stricken with fever. Mike returned, searching for Chambers. l. n. s, how--ev- thoy decided to wait until tho next morning beforo starting over It. Aftor they had gnno about tlireo mtlcs back over the old trail Mtko suddenly checked his burro and whispered ex- citedly: "Did you sco it, Tommy a light on tho trail? Or hnve I got 'cm?" Beforo Jerry could answer ho saw a light bobbing up and down far down ho exclaimed, "A goblin or somebody comln' this way." The next moment tho burros wero led Into a thicket at tho sldo of tho trail, far enough awny so that they could not bo heard, and tho two men secreted themselves within a few feet of the pathway. Tho light camo nearer and nearer, until a man on burro-baccould bo seen. Tho light camo from a lantern fastened to the saddle, and was brilliant enough to mako tho features of tho rider dis tinguishable. Ten yards from whero Mike and Jerry lay tho rider got off his burro and began to tighten tho girth. Tho animal was hard to man' age, and tho man cursed it roundly. At his first word Mlko clutched Jer the path. "What In thunder can it bo, Mlko?" CHAPTER XXVI. Continued. "Tommy! Tommy!" cried Mike, almost Insanely, dashing; out of tho bushes and running up tho stream. "Where aro you. Tommy, lad? For God's sake, where are you?" Behind n great boulder ho found Jerry bending over so that his faco was only a few Inches above the water. "Tommy! Thank God I've found you t last! Where" in his eyes and the absolute lack of recognition checked Mike. "Ono more drop of water," said Jerry, his voice weak and trembling and very Btrange, "and I'll go " "My God, he's crazy!" gasped Mike. Ho lifted tho wasted body of tho young man to a sitting position and felt his brow. "Tho fever Is burnln' him up, sappln' his very life!" ho went on. He carried him back to whero the provisions were stored, and a few minutes later tho foverlsh, delirious head was on a pillow made of a coat and his body lay on a blanket. Then he constructed a shelter of leaves and twigs. Mike administered largo doses of whisky and quinine and remained at Tils side until ho began to show signs of normal mentality. It was plain to bo seen that Jerry was almost starved and that the great quantities of water ho had drunk had mado his condition "very precarious. Mike had laid in provisions enough to last two hungry men for two weeks, but ho made them last five full weeks, at tho end of which time ho had nursed Jerry back to health. Tho Seventh Person of Tho Gemini was not the strong, husky fellow ho had been before tho feypr seized him and sent him wandering In tho wilderness delirious, but ho felt strong enough to contlnuo tho search for tho lost gold brought his stron-es- t Mlko rolno. argument against continuing the search, but Jerry was obstinate, and finally the engineer submitted to his way of thinking. "But wo'H not bo apart after- this, lad," said Mlko. "Whero one goes to hunt, tho othur goes, and when moro provisions aro needed we'll both go for them. There'll bo no moro mcetiu' Indians single handed." Thoy both went back to OtJIto and laid in a further stock of supplies, enough to last them for a long time, another camp, this and one nearer tho brooklet and at a snot wholly screened from vlow from all sides. Thoy explored far up the sldo of tho mountain, remaining away from tho baso of operations days at a time, but they found no traco of "14." Thoy followed the trail farther than tho red stono doslgnnted by tho old man of tho adobo, anil found tltat it skirted tho mountain. Thoy wont over It for flvo Dr tlx miles, until they reached a wldor pathway leading up the mountain Blue. "This," said Jerry, "must be the way to jono of tho holes the old man tsaid led tho wronjr way. It might bo a good Idea to follow It, anyway." The sun was elnklug aqd the trull was through a dense wilderness, and - Jerry looked, up, but the expression ry's arm excitedly. "Illax!" ho whispered, faintly. Tho man soon remounted and pro ceeded on his way. Tho light showed tho smooth face of a young man. After he had passed them about SO feet they crawled to tho edgo of tho trail and watched him out of sight. "Illaz!" exclaimed Jerry. "How do you know?" "It's the voice I heard from the old man' that night In Vera Cruz, I'll swear. Tommy, tho voice I heard that night was an unusual one, and the rolco we Just heard was tho same. What shall wo do?" "Wo must find whero ho goes, by all means," said Jerry, his blood running fast and hot. "A thousand to one ho's headed for where they are, and if ho Is wo shall find her!" They set out afoot to follow tho man with tho lantern. It was not long before they had picked their way to within 100 feet of the rider. They retraced those miles and wero sur prised to see tho man turn up the pathway, which they had decided to go over on tbo following day. He had not 'gone up the mountain side very far when ho dismounted and sat down at the side of the trail. Mike and Jerry crept up 50 feet nearer, and then lay back In the bushes to Presawait his further proceeding. ently they saw another light come suddenly Into view about 100 yards farther up, at a placo in tho open. "There's a cave up there," whispered Jerry', "and that's whero this fellow Is new-foun- d "Only Three Thlm," Whispered Mike. "We Can Skin 'Em!" him with a dagger. It was not long before sho was overpowered. Her "Ono move, ono sound, and you will bo shot!" commanded Jerry, with bound for." Tho now light came nearer, and In deadly calmness. ten minutes it was near enough to Andre mado an attempt to reach for show the outllno of the man carry- his revolver, but beforo ho could touch tho butt of It Jerry's weapon ing it. "The burro was ready to drop In his crashed against his forehead and ho tracks," said tho man Jerry and Mlko sank to tho ground with a groan. had followed, "and I had to givo him Rlaz's neck was In the tcrrlblo grasp a rest." The other man came up and of Mike's big hands, and, after a struggle, he, too, was on tho snapped: "It has taken you a long time to go ground helpless. Tho two wero drapged Into tho and come. And now you rest!" Ho bushes, and a few minutes later their sat down bcsldo him. "Andre!" whispered Mike, again clothing, torn Into strips, bound their clutching Jerry's arm. hands and legs and gagged their "What did you find out?" nsked mouths. Andre. "Just to mako suro," said Mlko. "Now for tho othor ono!" said Jer"Ho Is at Parral, and be Is almost ready to scour the country with gov- ry, starting up tho trail. ernment troops. Tho wholo town "Cautious, cautious, Tommy, lad," knows of his presence there and of warned Mlko. "We can get there Just his mission, and every man seems as easy by beln careful." willing to run us down and rink his With tho lanterns they picked their life to rescuo her. On many sides I way through the brush to tho spot heard the belief expressed that wo whero they had seen Andro's light ns wero on this trail, and ono man even It camo suddenly into view. They went so far as to say that wo were walked almost Into tho mouth of a hidden near tho, mountain. cavern, and It Is probablo thnt Jerry There aro those who know every cav would havo gone In If Mlko had not era on this trail, and our situation, grabbed him by tho arm and pulled however careful wo may bo, Is dan, him behind a ledgo nt the sldo of tho gerous." Assure. Mike whispered Into Jerry's "Whon will they start out?" ear, and tho noxt moment, imitating "Forerunners will Jeavo. heavily Andre's voice as best he could, the nrmed, on fast horses, lu tho morn younger man called out: ing." "Felipe, como hero." "Illaz, wo must get away from hero A tnlnuto later Fcllpo camo out of said Andro, now on his feet tho cavern, and buforo ho could ralso and moving about nervously. a hand Mlko's fingers wero nt his "Three, of us wiuld bo mighty weak throat and Jerry's handc at his mouth. If they should come upon us," said Mlko pressed so hard into his neck Illaz. who, too, was visibly excited. that ho soon was lying on the ground "Only thrco o' thlm." whispered as ono dead, Jerry pulled the body Mike, and ho gripped his revolver, tho ledge and Mike bound tho logs and arms and gagged his pris"We can skin 'era!" Without saying a word Jerry started oner. to crawl towards the two men, Mlko "Now for Marina!" cried Jerry, In a following at his heels. When they loud whisper, stepping towards tho had gono to within a dozen feet of opening. "Walt!" exclaimed Mlko, In a whisthem Mike's knep camo down hard on a pleco of dead wood which broko in per, catching his arms. "Do you heur?" two and brought tho gazo of Andro Tho sound of rustling skirts reached quickly in their direction, With tholr Jorry' ears, and he moved back d hearts In tholr mouth's and fearing tho ledgo again. Carrying a lantern, q tho strango that they were about to bo discovered, they stopped still. woman stepped out of the opening and "What was that noise?" Andro called for Andre. Jerrr and Mlko nsked. Jumped for the opening, the former "Only un animal, I guess," answered reaching it Just In tlmo to prevent lior v. Illaz. from closing mi Iron door. He gruljicd They continued to movo forward, her, but beforo ho could get her In his but hud not gone tnnro than 11 vu feet power ho felt a Uuge of pa In In his when Mike's hand came douru on an arm. Tho woman bad tried to kill mln-mited -- upturned thorn and ho uttered a faint expression of pain. "It Is somebody!" reclaimed Andre. "It was a human volco!" Tho noxt moment Jerry and Mlko wero In tho trail, tholr revolvers leveled at tho heads of tho. two men. screaming brought forth sounds of rapping on an Iron door farther back In tho cavern. "It Is sho!" Jerry cried, running down tho narrow corridor. "Whero are you, Marina, whero aro you?" "Go down tho steps to your left," was tbo faint response. Jerry ran along until ho reached an avenuo to his left, down which ho went for 10 or 12 feet, when ho came to two or thrco steps. "Aro you hero?" ho cried, hammer dlmly-llghtc- hysterical tng on nn Iron door. "Yes," wns tho answer. "Ono of tho others has the key." Jorry called to Mlko, who dragged tho strange woman to whero ho was waiting. "Bind hor securely, Mlko," said Jer ry, "and both of us will try to break tho door down." Aftor tho woman had been rendered absolutely helpless tho two men threw their shoulders against tho door many times before tho lock Dually gavo way. Standing beforo them, in tho dim light of n candle, stood the frail, emaciated Marina Bostos. "Thank God!" cried Jerry, and tho next Instant she was In his embrace, her arms around his neck. CHAPTER XXVII. The Lone Searcher. "What did llttlo Mlkey tell you. Tommy?" said tho big Mlko, In a tone of triumph. "I knew you'd get her some tlmo." Tho shock had been too much for Marina, and she fainted In Jerry's arms. Ho carried her out Into the open air, Mlko following with tho bound woman, whom ho set down at tho sldo of tbo squirming Fcllpo, He then ran down to whero Andre aud Illaz lay, Andro still was unconscious, but Illaz' eyes wero open and ho was trying to relcaso himself. "You fellows must bo Ionesomo down hero. You'ro Invited to Join a little party up further," and tho noxt moment ho was dragging tho men after him, a coat collar In each strong hand. Ho placed the thrco men and the woman sldo by sldo aud, standing off a few feet surveying them, ho laughed as only n great, blg luogcd Irishman can laugh. Mlke'it whisky bottle wns brought Into service, and It was not long bo fore Marina's eyes woro opon. Jerry gently lifted her head to his kneo and Impressed a kiss to her llpi. "Go on, Tommy; I won't look," siitckorcd Mike. "I'vo got sumothln' pretty good to look at myself Folloo'n face chvo evidence of ureal fear, nml. Mlko determined to try ranchman's homo In ch.v,-- 0f him out. Ho took tho gag from hla dead body of Capt Plla mouth and said: "The governments Rfn s, "See hore, you yellow dlvll, we've started to talto us hack lo M got you and got you good. Tell mo ranks," she said, "hut m t you know everything you suggested that wo be a n t ur what know, and It might g vaster with you. celdoln. and that I bo l,c 't ransom wns paid for my r.i What's In that carp?" For a moment Fcllpo was silent, hut ' ,, ( tho flcrco Hashing eyes of tho big met Andre nnd Felipe wl a big sum of money to t rr. r enptor cowed him completely. "What will you do for tnor he to them. A story camo out '' a' J iu been spirited to Barcedtla asked. i ,,. "You tell mo and I'll tell you what nine uiu ihjiico were very- c us. They kept mo In sec- .i I'll do, and If you don't tell roe, you'll i soon sco what I'll do. Now, como on ever, for weeks, when the? i'r VI t, tnko mo tb Havana, the e ' quick!" tholr demand. On tho Par '.i ltitr, "A counterfeiting plant" figured that It would bo l. t,-"Is thnt all?" . . ... H . . 10 l.rm a M.n "Yes." picture had been printed It "You'ro n yollow dlvll of n llarl" Ml. papers thero. Felipe's f, - tt Mike did not know why hn said tills. sponslblo tor the hnrrb u "Thore aro three skeletons." Vera Crux, ihenco to this j a e "Whero?" I have been for weeks "In ono of tho smaller rooms." "Illaz operated with An e "Which room?" "Whore sho was found," Indicating counterfeiting schemes In M; Paris, and It m In .Ma!-- J ''a" tl, Marina. "You heartless devil!" cried Jerry, pollcu almost succeeded in c, ,;j his hands clenching and his eyes Fllte, who had Joined Andre w t blazing viciously. Ho started to rlsu, short time before, They rr. t to leato Spain, and they r;- -- u but Mlko told him to sit still. "And this Is tho way you treat a Havnna, from where Illaz a M t d by birth, came to these rm 1uj woninn, ch?" said Mlko. began to counterfeit gold r 1 TU Felipe dropped his eyes. "Now, what would you say if I was plan of Andro was lo crc:,.) to choock ynu back In that room and spurious money In the r.ir'-.r-- ' - ti-turn out all tho lights and lock tho of the country nnd to kit'; r.- z until they were ready to sa door" s--t r Fcllpo trembled. By this tlmo Andro Felipe, however, Insisted was squirming, and Mlko went on: ther bo nsked for the rani ra w : delay, and Andre cammuV ': 1 "Ah, hi; another county heard from! w u Felipe, you'ro a dlvll, but 'Andy horo's him to the effect that T over tlx dlvlls In one. Ho actually mado nn turned which toIshim at a pijlr,', tf. not dlfflc to resist us down tho trail. Isn't loma. effort x he the fearless lnd, though? But," from here, tho Florlilo r rr Village, rising rn nnd his volco was stern and ominous, near the o Father "ho'll get all that's comln' to htm, with miles from here, Mexico, cir ti tot arl Glneral Bostos lay hands as ho coutd to Interest. day or so would have ft -- r I c? Ut on him!" In his caro, and " "But )ou are not going to turn mo "Your father had dec! !ej to Un over to Bostos?" cried Felipe. the authorities search for j a" m!1 "Whorowcro you to have received Jerry; "and If wo had c t r ' the ransom from him?" Mlko asked. in tho trail last night ' ft "That had not been settled on him hero they would In a'.j - .s dennltoly." Tt have succeeded In getting "How much did yoti demand?" might havo been lost to rce f ;itr "Two hundred thousand dollars." "They had planned to k n b You didn't want mucht "Whco! for they would turn m ctc- - ' i Now, what nro you wlllln' to pay us to reccUIng the ransom, she ih.".-t- l bo a llttlo merciful?" that afternoon flvo pay "Anything everything! I'll rales came down tho trail ra you " ' 5 c' lne-:s- "You mlscrablo puppy, you'll pay Mlko met them nt tho led Cilncral Bostos demands," roared tho trails and toy them ti what 7h on tho Mlko. "Tho soldiers will shoot you four captives cavo was searched, and a ( " down llko tho dog you are, and that tli would be too easy for you. They ought counterfeiting outfit and r Th-spurious coin was found to take you nnd 'Andy' nnd that u tho ruralet charged 'whiskers' hore nnd string you up by the thumbs till you're dead. with murder after ho hal s tho skeletons In tho r;t r Tell mo who you nro." Jerry found Marina, t "Felipe llraxal, so help me God!" wore that the bones "And pretty 'WIIIIo' over there," whon they first reached pointing to Andre, "what's his name?" that they must havo been 'ar? r "Andre Callarn." of prospectors who had bm -"What!" exclaimed Mlko. "Is he the Yaqul Indians. the dlvll that's stirred up all Kuropc J Tho prisoner were ta':" with his counterfeiting games?" X OJIto, Marina. Jerry snd M Follie nodded his head nnd quailed Ing up tho rear of the '' under tho rtckitw glare from Andro's Ion. At tho mining vlliatr c eyes. and a conch wore Immeil.a'r "Kvcry country In Kuropo. Tommy," Into service, and a shor' ' said Mike, "offers an Immense reward Matlna was In the anus ' for the enpttiro of this fellow 'Andy.' tos nt tho station In Purra ' .ul Damned If this ain't the biggest catch taken to a hniltal to r '' fit o' the season." strength before A Illaz' faithful burro had wandered Diego. Cnl., where tho up to tho cave with tho heavy load of cd that she should rei: :i : - il provision's, and Mlko Immediately re- following spring. lieved It of tho bunion. Ho lost no ti i "And the bravo men tlmo In opening tbo sacks, which con- you," said tho general I" tained wines nnd many delicacies. enco of Jerry and Mike I "Why, Tommy," bo said, "wo can wnrded. They shall go t - i.1 sort o' colchrate tho occasion flttln'ly; coast, too, and remain ut' fH nnd won't It bo nice for thlm to rendv In This Is r look on?" tlmo that Capt. Chamber L:it' "What shall wc do now, Mlko?" Jor- hls bruvery, and ry asked. u' "Capt. Chambers'' s.V! ?! ,tr" "Wo must keep a lookout for tho bewildered way, lookltg 'cops,' nnd It's Just ns well that we "And your name ain't T stay right around hero till It's light ncry?" enough to travel safely." !tl "I am Jerry Chambers, ' Mlko relieved tho mon of tholr re- son of Gemini. ''A volvers nnd took tho dagger from tho "Well, what do you t' jhlH woman and then removed tho gags. It was decided to keep M ' Tliu flint thing Andro did was to sub- Parral hospital for u da" ject Fellpu to n withering fire of oaths coedlng to lil Paso, hf and swear that he would have his life. would be taken for tho c "Now, here, 'Andy,' old boy," said "MV.lt turn I. I, nll.tr tlln.1 ' , t ' itv., l,la MJko, "(hero's at least one lady pres. cnt, and you'vo got to cut out all that tho end o' tho rainbows il " nasty talk. If you say another word whero thoy burn cnmi M said t on goes tho muzzlo again." Andro skeletons around," alone woro knew thnt ho meant what ho said, and ho und Jerry that sight. & ho wns sullenly quiet thereafter. "But we're not going t1 r - ,(J When daylight came Marina was hunt, Mlko!" said Jerrv much stronger, nnd nfter drinking under remembrance of ' some of thu high grade coffee procured tltJii-- j , from Tho flemlnl, by Illaz In OJIto tho day bofore, Jerry ' "Good hlvln, Tommy ami sho wullted to a spot it llttlo way you don't think for the I' ' down tho mountain side, where thoy mlnuto thut you'ro snt down. again, do you?" "Marina, that nolo told all," said I am, Michael O'l Jorry, drawing her head close to his, If "That to go alone I have "und thut kiss you Impressed on my "Well, you'ro both the hand through the porthole was your Mm tmllmit 111 lllll rilSl" IU If . .J ...w ,.....v.. confession." ' 111 Iff stick-ti- ll wo got tho ttlilr Thero was anothor kiss a kiss that my word llko u llttlo man ' , ,,4l i ocalcd a compact. say I'd'stlok till we fcuiid ' After ho had told her how he had a rulubow. 1 am not K'-- "! c come to find hor sho related her experiences from tho tlmo she left thu that mountain." co:m:iUK. ito uu i 1 11 . -a1 .; . ,, -- " 1 r!l a- ct a? ' cut -t -t -.It w- .:' o - r cj ' r:-t- g-- -: f- , ' C -- - r- .k,-- -- r ' b'' 1 Vg THREE WEEKS. a jUmarkalVa Br0U!)M About V SPECTACULAR China IN A SUICIDE DEN WANTED Osme IT OVER WITH. I SICK MAN WANTED CHANGE. More Thsn Willing to 'Make Transfer with Physician. CONSIDERATION. J Mvls or Murray, ht, n Doan'i 'when I Wan KUnoy' kid nn illieaiO W ft i slowly rioisonlriKmn. Dlny ipolls nlrnpat matlo mo fall, stiirp pains llko knlfo thrusts would catch mo In tho back, an finally an altnck of . i i. mA viih n constant neonl FT . - (, Dean's Klilnoy Pills I -j r.c qulfkly and In thrfo week of wni Hie " .i . iiir tctnnlnlriir." c j Mr i, I dealers. 60 conts a box. Co., uunaio, a. x. roj'c.M.'-- rn i,- OF LIONS Youngster Preferred Drsstlo Action In Punishment ile CORNET pnOUOHT ADOUT PEACE .., f" !" Cn ided Controversy Happily ... iLni I .r..l Warfare vB- -. Wiinou. Toungstcr,, aro protty philosophical observed Wallace Knight, anil then he went ahead to set forth tho point of vlow of a smalt daughter at his hoiiso. , Lava!. Kranro-l'n- r n tmiw Tho child was sent to bed early tnculnr tulclito the aelWoatructlon of ft young COIintrrmnn linn llm mu. tho other evening as punishment for dny Is almost without parallel. The somo act contrary to rules and rogulft-lionyouwi, wno was only 19 years old, nnd After she had been tucked In bed whoso namo was Jean flrnlllor. ho. enmo enamoured of a pretty young girl for somo tltno and was supposedly ncrouai in a amaii traveling (how asleep, tho youngster callod hor falivery night Orolllor would go to tho ther nnd told him aho wished ha would show nnd npplaud tho girl, and he soon no ahead and spank her and havo It nocamo acquainted with her nnd with over with, Instead of sending her off to bed Hint way 'This lying In bed all tho members of thn immm Tho rast of tho performers liked tho tierer's going to mako mo any better," country uoy and were friendly, but the she onld, "and a good apanklng would. girl turned a cold shouldor upon him Ilesldes It mnkea mo so mad I can't and would glvo him no oncoiirngcmont sleop nnd so what's tho uso of It?" Cloroland Plain Dealer. YOUTH, BENT ON TION, mNTERS T:A6E,' 18 AT. TACKED AND KILLED. - s, "F He f II t I I A t c c tcr t ' f Kicsno. "IMcnty of aacofj o makci clear, delicious i in a row with a nelch ' his doc, said Us bnrk'lns t1n icn beca. Neighbor to cet even i . .i.tn vear o blc patch, planted wild j . ,"r'rw fine Hcos thick on f win. Mustard niakus bit. rr Uko to ruin tho boo man i "jj t.untry," remarked Frank- txri hack In Ml Mty IIWB CURE AT CITY MISSION. Mass Awful Case of 8enbles Dody of 8ore from Scratching Her Tortures Yield to Cutlcura. "A young woman camo to our city mission In a most awful condition physics!!)-. fr danafes. 'What can I do7 The Lions Attacked Him Furiously. Catarrh and Headache Caeat .VeTiaeleelie. Tmrt CeJee N. la aumpod oa W. - Doaell Mrs. Z. E. Goforth, 2113 Holly Street, bottom. Sola iwme and prl when ho protested his lovo for her. He ererrwbere. Shoee mailed rreoi lactorr la any A PROGRESSIVE. Kansas City, writes: "After using a ran of ibewerlit. reialoa Be free. gnn her little presents, such aa his saraplo bottio and two 25c bottles of W. L. DulvuLAa. Ill seansuBretetea. slender means would permit him to Hunt's Lightning Oil, I am almost well buy, but, whllo she accepted these, she of Catarrh. It stops my headacjjes. It was careful to make It plain that aha Is tho best medlclno I ever saw and really cared nothing for him. F?. Wi 1l I mat fraa r 6od PBoti F" I Just can't keep houso without it" Ono night, after hnvlng been again A HALFTONE ENGRAVING Sho Is right Bit ten fquavre Inches orltM.to repulsed by the object of his love, ptintla err rortrftft, Balldlnr Lnd Orolllor walked hack to tho little arena Quite Pertinent. Llr Ptock?r an nbjoct whfro a small menagnrlo wna kept jou may atcftct. Tbl ptvper will Author How would this do as 00 um prutuntr lor jou. presvncu there attracted no par Ills an illustration of an adver1. R. laiOOS IfWa'tPU Cfr. Uttlt Beck, Art tloular altontlon, for he was no well tising slip: "Ho folded her to his li had tho run of tho show known that bosom?" and could go and coma as ho pleased Publisher That ought to make a DEFIANCE STARCH tbeon&eee te Ho walked straight to a cage In which packer cood folder. other atarche only 12 onncee earn price aa4 dot Rlrl of yours mako word three lions, unlocked tho door. "DEFIANCE" 18 SUPERIOR QUALITY. prat pcrre mil her niooalc Iloforo entered tho cage, turned and locked Cultivate Decision of Character. aa alwaya two or drco notes bo tho door. i 'EW DISCOVERVl clrea Every man who has decision ot w m qulckrellef andcareeworrtcaneai I t r - ar.i now aho Is always two or Tho members of tho troupe were treatment fllKSk character will havo enemies; and the ilookntteetlmnnlala anil 10 dare' It, DOKH. Box ATLAKTA. i.to t.tcs ahead, horrified nnd for n moment were par man who has no decision ot character alyzed Into Inaction by the youth's can have no friends. Butler. A. N. K. F (1908 13) 2251 Congratulations Wanted. boldnuss. When they sprang forward Oa rctcrinc hla club one ermine It waa too lato to assist him, for one tot b:R ar.o a younp Pblladelphlan of tho lions had made n rush at tho ac sti-u by a friend, x who boy and seised him by tho throat. Qrolller shrieked In agony nnd tor Why Charley, you are Doilti-c- lr ror, but ho was borne to tho ground cent solitaire. bfir'-What's upr and tho Hon bit nnd mauled him dread' "So you're going to marry a prince, Crazy with the Heat. i i la he Krcatcit luck Imactn. fully. When nt last tho beast was "Can you tell mo what steam Is?" aro you?" said tbo necessary ques i' t rts;ond'-tho othor. "You driven off his victim was dead. tioner." -" wen uanKinR about a pretty In ono of thn youth's pockets waa asked tho examlnor. "A prince? I don't understand." "Why. sure, sir," replied Patrick, T K.rl for almost ft year. Dur-Ir- j found n letter of farewell to tho girl he "Tho son of a coal king." confidently. "Steam Is why or It's a h t time aho would norer ad had lored In vain, nnd then It was "Oh, wather thot's gono craiy wld tho thing. yes," smiled tho sweet young ' 'S aho locd me; sbo would only understood that ho had dellbcrntuly "I'm to bo his Cinder Ella." wy vat aho respected mo. Hut now, chosen that horrlblo way of committing heat" Everybody's Magazine. e! '"a? cir.Kratu.ato me, for laat suicide. Jap Immigrants for Brazil. Parrot Unnecessary. t ' C r c ji fcised that aho respected Brazil has received Its first batch ot Tho Canary You say you have very Much of the chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect. ca r ' -- .;er that aho lorcd mol" Japanese Immigrants 7S1 under tha HUSBAND LIVED IN TOOLSHED. llttlo talking to do In your presont po- arrangement -- c'ta. See that your horse is not allowed to go lame. Keep Sloan's concluded about nine I'.. sition? Liniment on hand and apply at the first signs of stiffness. months ago between tho Japanese and Tho Parrot Yes; thero are four Kept Out of the House by Wife for Humorously Worded Rebuke. Ilrazllian governments. Within two It's wonderfully penetrating goes right to the spot relieves women in tho family. Lifo. Eight Weeks. T.t i ro 1 HoberU had a fluent days all were nt work on the coffeo the soreness limbers up the joints and makes the muscle 1 cf language, both In apeak-l- t plantations. Other shiploads will arr mai.aki a An extraordinary story to Ditivi: nit-- 111, I clastic and pliant. London. d A.M Ml t'l'TIIKHYSTI'.M. rive regularly. wrt'iuc. nnd was well liked the of n husband who lived In a toolshod Tako 1, Old SUndanl UllON'K.Tl TASTKI.K-l.-- 4 cr r .y Ho could secure Um 1111. TOMC. Von kim h hat rou are taking, i plainly print! oa ererr botti, a of a negligent publisher If In the garden, whllo his wlfo lived In llit formula fttmpl? (juiQlDe Cspudlne Cures Indigestion Pains, .tow tig it la aud Iron In a tatteleii form, t'f4 - To one such, who was ro-- c the house, was told at Grimsby police people, and the tuou Utc effectual furio. k'or grown flour stomach ami heartburn no matter and children. rrom what cause. Olvta Immediate relief, court. J a'.cat tending Touchers, ho onco l'reacrlbed by phyalclann because It is will kill a spavin, curb or splint, reduce wind puffs and swolwas William Brown, an up a long loiter with liio aen- pure and effective. TrUl bottle 10c. Ilecu-la- x Ethics of Friendship. sire 3c anil (Oa at all druggists. len joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula, sweeney, If"e "And, Anally, my dear air. summoned by hla wife. Ida Drown, who In the progress ot each man's char't founder and thrush. co to say that It would bo sought a separation on tho grounds of acter, ho will havo learned tho lesson Price, 50c. and 1.00. When ft fellow begs a girl for a kiss Msl'r fir a camel to rldo Into tho persistent cruelty. It waa stated that of lifo who Is skillful In tho ethics of and is turned down it naturally makes S. Mass. of hearen on a reloclpcdo when Mrs. Drown camo Into n legacy friendship. Emerson. him feel peevish to seo tbo way she Sloan's book on hones, cattle, sheep and poultry sent frea. f anono to find ft late copy of under nn uncle's will, her husband slobbors over a flvo weeks' old baby. J raper In the city of Now York." guvo up work, saying she had taken Mr. ATlnalow's Soothlnc Hjran. reduce! him for better or worse, nnd must keep Fer children teething, eofleai the curae. ttonbutu. hhn. Ho repeatedly threatened her, NOT A MIRACLE. A man isn't necessarily a fisherman struck her nnd questioned her conduct Juit Plain Cause and Effect. Color mare coed. brioMer and hater colon thin sm elder dre. One tOe eacVaee retort all fibers. The dye In cold artier better than ant other ore. Yea can r with othor mon. Sho turned him out Just because he is a liar. avaj ear mem ariuwui riseum apart, time w ire a muu nww vu wj. Biceta e,nu eiia wvivre. MOMftOE BftUd CO., Oulncy, llltnolm. of thn house, but ho refused to go Ttcro Allen' away, nnd for eight weeks lived In n Powder orawoilen,artlngfevt. UlTeilnatanI reUef. The Lappenlng every day, which toolshed In tho garden, though hlr original puwder for I be feet. Xo at all liniggltte. AND it miraculous. wife offered to pay tho rent of a house -- n na Uu cur til th moot ottInat CtWM ywhen all th other rm!J failed. Contains no WOlkJil tint hillnvA tt.f.1 It isn't necessary for a married man Quinlno or othor harmful drug for him It ho would leavo her. it affect U immadiato At driiffuU or m:a ccjld wttcr from coffeo to know his mind. Johnaon ChUl Sl Fattf Tonic Co., Savannah Ca. drink. all Drown n c crcly as to causa spoils of tions, but denied that his wife's allega since sho enmo said And to find complcta get rid la t'anglng from coffoo to I'oa- - Into the money alio bad tried to J of him. "Sho locked mo out of tho liwoi worth recording. ,0 bo n Broat cotrco drlnkor, house, so I took up resldenco In tho shed," ho said. "I lived there for eight ia h t0 that It was kllllug tno by move ,Kart bocnnjo o weak I weeks, despite her efforts to H packed nil my bolonglugs, u anJ 1,0 unconscious for nn ma. Sho W. nnd sent them out of town. tl,U0- Th0 ! cnuUt m. . V .1 "Sho then sent mo a nolo down the octlmea two or threo times a gurdeu, saying: 'All your things havo gone. I'leaso follow them.' 'Mf frlri,.!, sleep, could shortness of a,,li even tno uoctor, : toM "After tho eight weeks I was de was general break-dow- n. Wni UrlDk'"K coffeo that .. '"""Wo. I would not bo. coyed Into the housu by tho promise lend a (4) suffered liko this Neglected foinalo troubles llr of a wash und ii clean shirt. Whllo I 1 r,11 8,111 tlraDk cotro ro 'ld u't wait till your caso years and could not find any relief, general break-dow- n. wna having tho wash my wlfo locked Iravo my room. ns bad time. my husband insisted on my trydor,or' wh0 drln,(S 1,s' mo In the kltcban ami sho then went that, but tako Cardui mi?-chopped tho shed up with uu ,.,,Cr,Ua,led 11,0 to cof out and However, oven when in bad shape. "Wino of Car ing Cardui. Tho first bottio gavo mo ' ai,l trv ax. Doing In tho house, I did not wish curo you. dui has cured others and will pay and now am almost woll wo- -' gut mo outside, my 4ht n r,,T,UJld 10 ,r That waa to leavo, but to u medical man und wlfo conferred with you to Cardui. did Mrs. of Pierce, Ma., try to huvi ma of thM8 , nono for u relieving olllcer to mr- wrote: .who All rebablo druggists sell it. , ,our rao",hl'-b'removed to tho asylum. A tolcgrntn Vri, f?r patlllu.trate4noiV, "Ihmt Trialmtnl f,t VATTTARTV? sorts of femalo troubwas a sufferer from V AliUVDliTi purporting to come from my brother, II'm," deecriblac aymptoma of Female Dleeaiee and rlv r' Bk0' bet,c'' ""'I log- valuable hint a on health, hygiene, diet, medicine, etc, Inviting mo out of town, was ulso 1 now WB3r' my sido, drawing pains pains in les, legs, Ins'b'-- i Sent free, ''rink noth-sa- d BOOK FREE for women. ChattanoogapoitpalJ. Addrcaa: LaUm A Ji tiny . i. Medicine Co, Chattanooga, Tun. Htlt 1 be rV, n m nnd ,ouch n cfoo. trlod. "A pollcomau waa called In to eject my f "wn'r yoars of ago nil mo, but ho declined to do fca." 3 ll""k p., tho Imnrovumunt . Tho inagUtrnto inndo au utut-- i of II vu shillings a week ugatust tho hut J,k"r( a Ueason." . V P1" p.,,..,. ..".un Tostum Co.. nnttta band. ' ,s"rl) "cad "Tho Iload to Wall. (!. " " I'kgs. Two Great Irish Cities. tvr reatl t.. "uuvo ;t:'.. letterT A new Tho population of Dublin, Ireland, On :'" O U3 m l'JOl. watt 4 7.2M. and tho populasnuine, true, and fullof human tion of llulfiut ut tho samo time, 348 on hla own land.' t il go. oozes ho saiu, , t.i inner him. it ' cornot; used to alt up r 1 . I llu our o ciock in win I" c - . i actlclnc 'WVartus of the) r r. .ow with tho niualard woa is r . 'man, atood It for turno citul out with a aoytho and They're 0 wa all tie muatard. 1 friends eror slaco." Saa t. JYa- - 5 3 Chronicle. to K re' 1 u d. 'lie naa a nan. .w ... Ml -- c 'JLiic that young woman waa ablo to look for a DeafD-- i (rauae.1 br catarrh) for cannot be cured br lUira catarrh rure. Mend circular, tree. y. t, ciii:.ne v position, nnd sho Is now strong and woll. co. Tomio, Hold br UrureUU. IX. Laura Jano Dates, E5 Fifth Ave., Now Tate Uall'a amilr 1'IUa lor conatlpatloo. York, N. y Mftr. 11. 1907." Making Sure. Our Freddy is fully endowed with The Square Deal. A stout and opulent man dwelling In the Inquiring mind of youth. Ilccently ho said: "Mamma, who puts the bottle a suburban town had borno the of milk on our front porch every night of tho annual Sunday school picnic, and tho superintendent of the when we ore all asleep?" school, out of gratitude, askod the "Isn't that a rather foolish quesbenefactor to address tho children. tion?" his mother answered. "Whom Tho philanthropist Has not much of a do you suppose?" spcakor, but ho was a master hand at "Well," said tho small Investigator, poker. When ho found himself gaxlng; thoughtfully, "I aupposo God does, but Into tho expectant faces of a hundred I'd like to know for sure!" A. M. A. nnd fifty children his embarrassment It Will Stay There almost overcame- him, but ho managed "In my family medlclno chest no to stammer out: "My dear children, what I want to Impress upon you la remedy Is permitted to remain unless that er or It pays to bo good. Th.lt It proves beyond a doubt tbo best to cr r r a man who deals from the bo obtained for Its particular purpose. bottom of tho pack Is generally burled Por treating nil manner of skin troubles, such as Eciema, Tetter, Ringat tho public expense." worm, etc., Hunt's Cure has held its place for many years. I havo failed Try It Once There Is more actual misery and to find a surer remedy. It cures itchless real danger In a caao of Itching, ing Instantly." It M. SWANK, Franklin. La. akin dlscnso than any other ailment y Hunt's Curo Is manufactured Fairy Tale. for thcao cases. It relieves InOn tho third finger of her left hand stantly and cures promptly. Abso tho sweet young thing wore a magnlfl- lutely guaranteed. Our doctor examined hor and jld us that sho had scabies (tho Itch), Incipient paresis, rheumatism, etc., brought on from exposure. Her poor body was a mass of sores from scratch- bag." ing and sbo was not ablo to retain solid Deafness Cannot Be Cured food. Wo workod hard over her for seven weeks but wo could sco llttlo Improve-tr.en- br lonl apptmtlnna. M Iti'r cannot mch the ear. There H only o& portion f to Ono day I bought a enko of rure tntam. ot the H br raaillttltional remedle. and that lraftieM u raueed by an InCameU tonditma ot the Cutlcura Soap and a bottio of Cutl- mueoM llnluc ot the KuetachLin Tube. When Ihtg cura Hesolvcnt, and wo bathed our tube la lanameU you litre a rumbling acund of e hearlnc. and when It H entirely clowd, patient well and gavo her a full doso u tiM mult, and unletw the Inflammation can be out and thta tuto rratored to Ua normal condiof tho Hesolvcnt Sho slept bettor that taken hearinf am b tion, forever; night and the next day I got a box of out ot ten are eawnl br Catarrh, which aloe cure b notblaf but an lnOmeJ condition of the muroua aurfacea. Cutlcura Ointment. In flvo weeks this We will nve One Hundred DoIIari lor anr can of t. al Weaf-n- A Syracuso business man who, besides being extrcmoly actlvo nnd ambitious, has much senso of humor, was taken sick with a slight attack of pneumonia. His physician, aworo that g It would bo a task to keep his patient In bed, sought to Impress on him tho seriousness of tho aliment and tho necessity of absoluto rest; all of which the sick man lisTho Workman Hey, what's that? s tened to in a bored manner. Tho Kid I scz, any tlmo you gits ho consented to obey tho doctired I'll tako de Job fer two cents a tor. Ledger. Dut this enforced Inactivity rankled In him; and each succeeding day Huaband and Wife. found the patient Importuning tho Ko man yet was over mado more medical man attendant to allow him tender by having tenderness demanded to get out to business. Then, dis- of him; no man yet was ever cried gusted, ho would lla back to cast imInto loving his wlfo more. I am willprecations at tho incxorablo physiing to admit that mca are as faulty j cian, creatures oa women themselves, Ono morning the physician, in small things, often after having been up all night on an Imblind, and that they may easily bo exportant caso, appeared nt his patient's asperated Into small brutalities ot hotifo at tho usual hour. Ho had hardspeech. If a woman refrains from exly stuck his haggard faco Insido tho acting devotion, and is unswervingly door, howover, before tho man in tho kind and unselfish, a husband who has bed gavo him a quick glanco and sat any affection for his wife nt all can be up. left to look out for doing his share. He will look out for It anywny; no one "Eh? ejaculated tho patient Then shoving out his hand to grasp tho docclso can mako him. Kelthor tears nor tor's satchel, ho addodi "Doc, I guess entreaties will wring from him those you'd better get Into bed hero and small kindnesses nnd attentions so let mo go out with tho medlclno dear to women. A Wife. In Harper's high-strunNovcr-thalcsbourf-I'blladclp- hla ElixirSerintt acts pentlyyet prompt-- ' W ontlie bowels, cleanse me system eectua0y; cssisfe ono in overcoming habitual constipation, permanently. To get its, ocne 'icial ejects buy the g enuine. CALIFORNIA Jftc Syrup Co., OLD BUEAOlNO rCOSTS-SOtrBOTT- a "The taw." Parents of Wayne, a suburb or Philadelphia, aro required to report promptly any case of contagious disease, in compliance with tho regulations of tho local board of health. In accordanco with this order, Health Officer Lcary received this post card recently: "Dear Sir: This is to notify you that my boy Ephralm Is down bad with tho measles as required by the new law." Harper's Weekly. W. X Dooelaa make and Mis tsar men's S&oo nt Stt.00 ahoea than any other mannfactnrcr In the world.be caua thej hold thalr shape, fit bettor. ana wear longer wan any outer niua, Stiott it AH (Meet. tr En 7 tfamfctr ef tie e family, Man, Boji.Bomta, Miuiti ChUns M.e0aa4SS.4HZjri Sam iiaaeS a at eaull.4ww ear pr. W. L, Peaataa fS.M aaa e. ...i. mi ow . w m. wwna O g $1 flOlpQV snaa cepo-clall- For io t lameness in Horses " ! t-- 1 b- Sloan's Liniment Dr. Earl Sloan, - - Boston, ' PUTNAM FADELESS DYES TAKE JOHNSON'S CHILL FEVER TONIC TO CURE Vonl-Ka- a. i pii-fi- FEVERS 25c 60c J Sick Women not to General Break Down as frequently Uotter not in may Itcua Hare, all "I a had breath; in fact it for four Z is until '7 BP-'"e had "I try it, as afterwards It relief man." Try I a " in "."r 'We" ... 1 iC3. Take CARDUI Hickman Furnifrue Co. trlMCOKPOHATEDi,- 1 The French say it requires the presence of three generations to make a perfect home, and we are glad to see that the grandmother is becoming more highly appreciated in this country, as she no longer confines herself to the chimney corner and her knitting, bht takes a kindly interest in all that goes on ; keeps mind and body disciplined by study and active, useful participa tion in what is goint; on around her, and is as careful of her appearance as when she was a young girl. GRANDMA ON MATRIMONY. For the Children To succeed these dys you must have plenty of crit, courage, strength. How is It with the children? Are they thin, pale, delicate? Do not forget Aycr's Sarsaparllla. You know it makes the blood pure and rich, and builds up the general health In every way. (nod TlirMI'rnioiftiMlMr henwlllliwi. health tur lit lnr . nre .f'fT 'i. hi f ruin linall laiatl.a xrtt I" ant dotal of A Jtr'l lHla, nil 1M - WH8 is the Funeral Directors And Embalmert.. Hickman, Kentucky to R0RIMF(j Ear)ty? Yeting Lrady in" Fulten Telephone M: THE HICKMAN COURIER will rive a 400.00 Forbei Pi.nn ln .i.. Lady receiving the greatest number of votes. Read the Rules and Instruction,0 Jj Cottage Hotel... HlCKMAK, KY. Vote for Your Favorite: .RULES F"OR CONTEST- -- A I atalila,nlat wlw. Roonjs and Board Large, comby (he day or week. fortable rooms bath in connection Reasonable Rates !! Come when leatt expected. be you may be next to burn out. home property lniured ? It tbouM Ia your Take Out a Small Fire Insurance Policy Now and be Safe ! Its too late nfter the lire. We tbe I1KST companlea In the U. Hm make as low ratei ami prompt Mttlementi a any of them. rep-reee- R. T. TYLER, Agt Dm S j : Wait! I g5 K. -- Phone me and I will 23 call for your Laundry. THE O. isam w- 1 W FRANK SMITH, Agt Nobody Spared. 0 I Kidney Trouble Attact llickman Men and women, Old and Young. Matrimony is notholly a failure or success, it is not a failure for the masculine member of the contracting party. In nine cases out of ten he has married a woman a great deal tco good for him; he has (I speak of the lot of the great majority of women) gained a houskeeper, cook, seamsterss, laundress, and later in married life a nurse and governess; he has gained a deferential listener, and firm believer in all he does and says, for of course a wife has implicit faith in her hus band ; he has gained a valuable waiter, something which he needs, for early in married life he develops helplessness in a remarkable degree ; he can never find anything, even af ter his wife has described the exact location of the desired article, neith er can he put on a collar or necktie without her assistance. "Goodness only knows" how he did it before marriage. For all this he expects to give and she to receive board and clothes. She has lost her freedom and her name ; she has to work twice as hard as in her girlhood, even if she then earned her own living. Then to spend as she please, now she always had money of her own in addition to home duties, she many times works for others "it is so nice to have a little money for my very own," she says. Of course, she does not do anything at home to entitle her to a part of her husband's earning as her "very own." By the time she has been mar ried ten years 3he looks ten years older than the sister who is only two years her junior, and her husband is usually the first to remark it, but of course he is not to blame, A t Aim mriiiMiurjr i yers ? U1B CUKE. CHIRR: rutmioot. tba formulae ef all eur Madlrlnaa. , nTr-,- We have no eceretat We pnellah rest or enjoy the Sabbath day. Par ents and children ought to be more to each other on that day than on any other. A day of uplift and delight it ought to be made in every home. In many instances the man who spends his life waiting for his ship to come in wastes his time, because he originally omitted to send any ship out. Much of the unhappiness which sometimes attends married life owes its origin to lack of the amenities and courtesies which were so assiduously practiced by both parties before marriage. The feeling that it is not worth while to keep them up is answerable for much of the loss of respect, want of chivalry and indif ference which gradually lead to the decay of affection. In the sam way brothers and sisters rub off the bloom cf fratenal regard by the ab sence of those gentle and respectful manners with which they greet all outside friends. Insensibly they be come careless, indifferent, and rude and black looks, hard words, and sharp answers poison the home which might have been the haven of peace and happiness had not the respect for one another's personality been broken down. This piano contest will 1. Announcement be' conducted on strictly honest and business princiUnder ples with perfect juitice to all concerned. such conditions a Piano Contest is sure to prove a success. 2. Prizes The first prlie will be a Forbes Piano, one of the best on the market today, backed by a leading piano house The Forbes Piano Co., of Memphis, with a capital stock of S500.00O. The instrument sells for $400.00 Nothing cheap about it. 3. Candidates Any young lady in Kulton county is eligible to a place in tbe contest. The most popular young lady is the one who shall receive the most votes. To her shall be awarded the beautiful piano. Now aubacrlptlona - IUi per year (rnihl Ihl vutra. " imvotra. llenewala fun " " Mntolaa. riveymreubaerlplloin Jl Ill Each copy of The Hickman Courier contain a coupon good for FIVE votes. .fW Results of votS. General Instructions ing will be published regularly. No employee of this paper Is permitted to work in favor of any contestant. Votes once cast cannot be transferred to ... Make up your mind whom you wm u for before coming to the office, as the t .0f 5 positively not decide the matter for y The results of the voting will weekly. Coupons and votes must rea.,Hbe not later than Saturday of each week ' ed for the following week. All coupons and votes are dep;i, (J a I', I ballot box as soon as turned In to oh.y ,11,1,1 to ballot box will remain in the hi Hickman Bank during contest An awarding coramltee of threr ,., v pointed to make final count. The day of closing contest wih 1 i- -at least oj uayi in auvance 1 Iieta.il Courier Contest folia? 21). UMis !::;:: Hickman, Oct Tils PUno Conlest Voting Coupon u gocJfA FIVE 'VOTES And Is herrby corf fc MtSS Thla nmivin tuiut - liromhl ur mm It mllhlnTWr.NTY liAYSof aleilaiet. Ml ( another. The employees of the paper are not to tell whom anyone votes for except in case of alleged error or irregularity. (it (If pay p p) Ml) MMDS' P la pii r ia 11 i I IA ..1 Vote For Your Favorite X JL IIIlI V VVJ lJL J Jk One OA Notice of Application For Pardon. To whom It may jlnnouncrmcnta County Alienor ronrrrn . A HOME DAY. Kidney ills seize young and old. God intended that there should Come quickly with little warning Children suffer in their early be one day each week as an especial day for the culture of home ties. A years Can't control the kidney secre day when the father would be home from work, and tbe children home tions. Girls are languid, nervous, suffer from school, and the mothers have less of household care, when all pain. Women worry, can't do daily could put, on their best clothes, sing their sweetest songs, and enjoy a work. Men have lame and aching backs. day of love. The Sabbath should The cure for man, woman, or never be made a day of labor in the home. The work of each home child. Is to cure the causethe kidneys. should be so arranged that it can be Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick done almost entirely in six days and as evenly as possible in each kidneys-C- ure day. "Six days shalt thou labor all forms of kidney sufferand do all thy work." ing. The baking and cooking can be Hickman testimony proves it. R. L. Gray, East Hickman, Ky., done on Saturday, and Sunday says : "Doan's Kidney Pills which can be made almost entirely a day were procured at Helm & Ellison's for warming over the food prepared drug store, gave my wife relief before. We fear many good house from kidney trouble and she will wives make a serious mistake in never cease to be grateful to them. giving too much time to Sunday I have no hesitancy in pronouncing cooking. Others perhaps are equalthis ready one that acts just as re- ly in error by overworking on Sunday, so that they cannot properly presented." SO For sale by all dealers. Price cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo Mew York, sole agents for the United States. I hare found a trl5 and tMUd oon for Remember the name Doan's Not a remedy that will atraUhten the dUtorted Uota of chroolo crtaplee. Dor torn bony and take no other. rrowth back to flaab an In. That ii trapoeatble, but loan oar turely kill the palat tad Sana ot IbU deplorable rtlnaio ftumlja tn th CLw nl In flun&n- with Tbe wholesome, harmless green tUrmatadt I -found atbe lart lofreSleBt wHb which Dr. Bboop'iItheumaUa Baamdy leaves and tender stems of a lung a perfected, dependable preealptloa. aa taade healing mountainous shrub, give to ahallaatlnirredleaa,I eueoeeuuUy treatedWithout many. Dr. Sboop's Cough Remedy its cura aaaywieiolRhenmatliniibutDow.atlaet.HiBa. (oraly cum all outaWe rata ol Uiu heretofore granular tive properties. Tickling or dry Draco dreadedladlieaie. Tboee land-lik-e tndlaanlve waatea. found bheumatlfl blood, bronchial cough quickly and safely and paat away under the action ofan remedy at tola treaty aa added to pure water yield to this highly effective Cough ABdtbea. doe sanr when lhaee potaooooa waetaa wban alaaolradt or. tjnum, medicine. Dr. Shoop assures mothers rwr paae mm in brerer. eoa weUcauee no now XneuBiaUaa U (one There no that they cin with safety Rive it to teal need We actual excuee to tuSar lonnr wttn- eall, and la oonflilanoe reeaaueead BBthela' even very young babes. No opium, absolutely nothing chloroform no harsh or harmful, ti calms the distressing cough, and heals the sensiAccept no other. tive membranes. Demand Dr. Shoop'. Sold by all ALL DEALERS" dMlsri. Treclnct. Fulton fVMinty. Kentucky, will with convenient apwl petition and requot Ilia Excellency. Hon. Aiigii(tu K. Wlllaon Oorernor of Kentucky, to pardon and re Itnrwrt K. lorn to him hla on. now connned In I hi' llranch l'cnllrn tlary.at Krt.lyUlio. Kr for the kllllncof H. I.. Walton, and notice la alo given that Judge K. J. llugg. ewll atk Hit The greater the value of the ar the trial Judgi'l Honor.Healer, l'roarcutlng It. II. tide the choicer we are supposed to Attorney, tor the Commonwealth, and the court and of be of it, and in the same line of argu nDlrlnla of theIrli-- hlin. tneach member peendnrae ald the Jury that ment, the dearer and closer the tie tition and rrnurat. Wllnraa that binds us the more considerate tober, law. our henda thl Ihe'th day of Ocwe should be in the handling of it Alex Adama HattleOodale I may hurt the feelings of a society A. V.Hcott Dr. Jnn, I). Adama. Wlllard flodale J. It. Adama acquaintance, and there is no espeWill Wood J. r. Adama cial harm done, beyond the estrange II. It. Ilurreaa J. W. Ilurnia O. M. Ixirlnga John Itunnarl ment of two people who care little W. D. Vaugn II. T. Adama for each other, but when I stab the F.I,. Clark Kd (Iroonta Oeo. ltAgtdnlr Will lleihrari fond old mother's hiart, that loves II. II.Hmltli Art Ittiltcr me with a love next in tenderness to J.O. Hawklnga 8. Q. McOrcary Itllcy Young I'nttereoti Heaven's, or wound my trusting Jim Young U. W. Luther Young child with a hasty word, an injustice V. M. Huff Tom Laailter Talmage Wood 0. II. WllllaiiK or a cruelty, or ridicule the sensitive Will Ilrown Ira Melionnell feeling of a brother or sister, etern !oge Wllaon Jim Jonea Will Toe John Mellaney ity itself shall not be long enough Frank Wood F.J.Oroaa to extract the sting from memory. 1.ee Carter Bnm Itagadale Oaky Clark Clem Carroll Tboa. F. Huiaell Jim Whlteou I.. Ijuitter W. It. Ukaaltrr The person that stands on the J. J. A.Oroaa It. T. rli corner looking around for something M. I.. Harrlaon John Hhuiiklln I). II. Young Oacar Young to gossip about or to find fault with. Otto King ,li'.l Armatriuig can always find what he is looking Will (lhniiey Jim King W.M.Hmltli Tom llowdi'ii for. But what a life he lives. His II. MeKlmiiMMia J no. .M. HnMklua It. soul shrivels and whithers until it is WIUHHceney Wllllo MrOrenry shown in his manner and looks. For UuU. Iiln J. A, Ijtaatter Hub Meek .leffHmltli such a person life has lost its savor. Ueu WIiIImmi Will Wbllxiii OrrleHmltli Karueat Hmltb It becomes sour, misanthropic, lllx-rt- tlin unite r. Nntlrr la herrliy glvrn that Uns1cltlirnianil realdentanf Madrid Ilrnd rru We are authcrued t as candidates for the Judge 1st Judicial District: sessor of Fulton , rJ.: of tbe Dcnocuc We are authoriicl to announce the action mary, Nov, J, the as a candidate (or the office of Cir CIIARLE cult Judge of First Judicial District l: subject to the action of the Demo .! BEN V cratic primary, Nov. J ; CIIAS. BEA:tj HON. HARRY MOORMAN WILL J, Til U t XJM JOHN F M- Commonwealth Attorney: We are authorited to announce County Judge. as candidates for the office of Com We are authorized to monwealth Attorney of the 1st Tudi as candidates for the cial District. Subject to the action County Tudee of F!t:a ol the Democratic Primary, Nov. J Subject to the action cf "It H c JNO. B, WICKUKFK cratic party. o. w. F. B. For Sheriff: wiimi ATTEBEW W. A. NATL1 I We are authorized to announce as candidates for the office o II. F. RE! I LET Sheriff of Fulton county, subject to the action of the Democratic pri Following are sub tc' to tie mary, Nov. J, the following! ember election in 1909 HERSCHELL COALDER JOHNSON JAMES II. SA KCHJ JOHNSON DAVE MORGAN J County Attorney; as .1-- 11 We are authorized .. 13 . .7. 1 candidates i:r me -i County Attorney of Fu'.tot The following are subiect to the subject to the action of lie November election 1909 i cratic primary, ftov L. C. ROBERSON 1 A. 0. KIMBRO CIIAS. NOONON ing: Circuit Court Clerk. J AS. W. R NET ALLISON TT T. N. Rheumatism Kbeo-toaUi- Dr. Stoop's Rheumatic Remedy aiomacn irouoies wouiu more For Jailer. quickly disappear if the idea of We are authorized to announce treating tbe cause, reather than tbe fnr the nffiVj. nt e w effect, would come into practice. aeate V V A as candidate! tiny, inside, bidden nerve, says Jailer of Fulton County, subject to Dr. Shoop, governs and elves me auuuu oi mc uemocratic pri strength to the stomach. A branch mary, Nov. J, the following! also goes to the Heart, and one to JOE NOONON Kidneys. When these "inside nerED WRIGHT ves" fail, then the organs must fal J. B. JONES ter. Dr. Shoop's Restorative is T, P. BAKER directed specifically to these falling nerves. Within 48 hours after startFollowing are subiect to the Nnv. If some men acted half as decent- ing the Restorative treatment paly when at home as they do when tients say they realize a gain. Sold ember election in 1909 : W.'y. BLAEEMORE away from home, there would be a by all dealers. great deal of brightness added to The man who never praises his School Superintendent. domestic life. wife deserves to have a poor one. We are authorized to nnnminr. And the man who praises a goed as candidates for the nffir ni One of our town girls recently wife more than she deserves hasn't Superintendent of Fulton Pnn n I r sent 25 cents for a receipt to promote Schools, subject to the action of the been born yet. "preserve beauty. and She received Democratic primary, Nov. J, the the followlhg reply: "Mind your Five gallons White Rose gasoline, I following! mother and stay home nights." $1, at Courier office. Its pure. MISS DORA SMITH whining. He passes from bad to worse and sees no good in anybody His taxes are always too high, no matter how low they may be and he cusses his neighbor because he is prosperous and enjoys life. In fact, h; hates himself, is a menace to a town's prosperity, a foe to God and no good to the devil. These persons seem to be a necessary evil In every town. They ought to be put out. Jlmiiile Mickey It. li.Oroom thaler Young Hreiit Vaugti W. It.Carrlgau J no. McOrenvuy We are authorized lo announce as a candidate for election in the County Court Cleric office of Clerk of the Fulton Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Wo are .nithnrizei to uemocratic Primary Nov. 3, 1903 a. finrltrtflle fnr nf e CMinl.f Priori nf Fallon j. w. MORRIS .i.ui.mI in Ik. iMinn ni u J. L. COLLINS t" 51 cratic primary, Nov , S. D. IVTt" S. T. ROrE W. E. MAT! KK 11. V. TATlK Go to the blood, if ycaJ ..a 4IISUIIIK-- " UUt physician, Dr. Shoop, doetl his Kncumauc acim-- j ; i seesming success kud-vM it ii c,a the UUtlUi . IIC VI. I v - ..t .i lUllUaiaii Maeewjae r,iai rifle ..I Because"!m principle, Dr. imedy is perhaps Shocp ..I.e,re. frnm MUill It HC'i tO - r... wnere. uratcmi r act spread results. It i an manlty, to telltiie health. Tell some tick v by all dealers. mfMiiVi IIIUUIII . ' J niilenll n another. H ji J