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The Hickman courier: November 5, 1908 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1908 hic1908110501_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: November 5, 1908 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1908 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOTE J ij.,'-".;"it- FOR YOUR FAVORITE IN THE COURIER .. - w LIVING ounlT pf"11 THE HICKMAN COURIER. up tho Hill ot Success. The Courier has a Spankln1 Good Team. POPULAR LADY CONTEST. S400 PIANO RREE A BLUK MARK HERE Mean that your lim expired. promptly if yon Itnw want the paper in come to you after lhl month Let's Hi'ch Up flu g n the Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon An -- Grease the Hxles of Your Wagon, Did Man. and omn ton art - ... 11 j LI ..i nut! nr-tiIT- NO. 31 " WMTBM A L. KBWDOW HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1908. WHOLE. NO. 2420 ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1859 lllirl Al ,i n . u,,ni D.-- t. f Get Rid o' n ti.ed Dtnlomiev I unwiicoma "BARGAIN The Courier's Bargain Day was a winner. Folks voted early and often. The young ladies in the contest were agreeably turprlsed with the way their friends handed them dol lars. It proved the old adage that you never know what you can do until you try." Those who made an iffort Saturday were handsomely re warded, as will be icen by their credits which follows. The Courier's" contcit attracted more attention Saturday than either local politics or the nighj rider situa-tioIn fact, it is just getting under good way, and will be watched with interest from now on. Next week we will announce the closing day, which means, of course, that the contest will not last much longer. We do not intend that it shall become monotonous to our read ers. If you are intending to carry off one of the three prizes, our ad vice Is keep busy from now until the close. You can count the weeks on one hand now that remain In which to work. n. DAY" , A J. H.'llolllnmwortli. WINNER MIm liottye I.lnder Mnyea J.J. Hoar J. M. Itoper ROTHSCHILD MARRIAGES. VI 1 tor. i, c friend were till unlaw Sherman u ..uLrr, wlio died not long r rf . Imi nin U H' rrjn I f r sr n h i ' i I coolest nerve of any w," said one. "Three or n '0, when Slicrmnn was n and partially crippled by ..II trnni linr , 1m ln u mil ..v... . 1.1a nf nfnlif i rt ' t''e , ..ti hurclar ransacking it f had a big gun railed on , . - xiiu l... n a III1I1UIU. flM. Iuaum.1 wj.td It aside with a tired joit Hrti 'VA that away,' he said ir- ',et us hikum this matter I he burglar wa v men' lit. c- Bargain day made the vote jump up some, I thank you. Compare it with the last report. This week the vote stands': Miss Mintlc Stoker 39630 Miss Llllle Coffey 1110 Miss Dosia Carpenter 48450 Miss Virginia Royster 10510 Miis Kate McConnell 355 Miss Ivy DeBow. 3435 Miss Pearl Stone 8790 In behalf of both' the young ladier and the Courier management, we wish to thank the followiug for subscriptions paid here Saturday : Mr. M. K. Kull, Ilollver. Tetui. J. It. llnrrl, I'nrln. Tnn. II. S. Hml, Orutchneld, Ky. U W, KlllottlSr Orutclifl-l- d. Mr. A.M. 1'rriter, Ilruwntrllle, Trint'. Hoy Wmt, IVircp. Ky. Oolutnlmn, Ky. Luther llllllnrd, Dorenn, Mo. " llUh llotidtr.on. Milt lletiUran. " Joe A ndernon, I. utlier Hcndemon, " , Iionll IlninmoiK, Wlnco, Ky. Number of Union Between Couilni Belonging to the Famous Family. J. I). J. Mr. Hurry Vance, Fulton, Ky. ' Mia Irenn Wallarn, I'niiiona.C'nli Ve Kelly, (Mkton. Ky, It. O. Iloiton. Tyler, Mo. l. K. Ilnrtlett. Itockport, Ky. Jno. Oldham, Mocow, Ky, T.AV. flckett. Cairo, III. J. A. Clnrk. I'nel.lo, Oolo. W, II. Hnmlrrt, Union Clty.Tenn, . P, IettKate, lllekmnn I). Owetn W. II. Iladiter Hot) Kill Mra. Fannie Hhaw Deo. KdinomlK Alex llarnen Hickman DmcUo It. II, Drewery K.IL Klllion I, . P. Filllnon W.A. Carpenter tl. I.. Carpenter W.'j. Tliomm (). T. Halinnn Mn. H. M. Ilulitnrd NunhOaldnell. Mnnvllle, Ky. Mr. Ootton, Hevenln.Temi, Mn. I). II. Meiiuiniore, Mnrmadukp, Ark II, W. Mewhlnney, Terrs Haute. Ind. Ky. Mr. Walllo Campbell, .Mo-co- i 1 i . i i It. U llurnett. Itouto J. A. Town-en- d 1. lUUOray no tf vou wantetl to, and awav with tome lltllo i in I .. ki.' laid Sherman. 'Hut be caught, and there's a i:3 rr It that you could dis- n let aruciea proiiiamj'. yyv ' Ml.ai w. li'U consider a fair caih pr po? 3n to go away ?' They talked ' v A.U.Towntend IL II. tlpellht (Ilia. Nooiiou , , J. Ik Itobernon Will Kantman Charlie Jaeknn 0. A. Perry Uf Vtmo, Houte 2 lUibblo llrmtlcy, t'ryorilxirtr, Ky. V. H. Hcnderion. Kreino, (.'al. Vim: HliHton, Wliiuo. Ky. J. II. lUibtntou. Wninhnchle.Tf tut. VVey AVIIton, Houte 3, I II, Itacon A.U.Kacon (I. M, lU.per Ferdle Johnson Ilob White It. U. Ilradley 0. 1). Mooney (). M. Campbell W. M, Caaon W. n. H. Marihall IvlJohnton J.O.ItendrU . it 'tt T.e . ? n a ' pcacs. ar o rite ' .. il thought ho ought n dollars, but Sherman, it ...I. Jlri.Hmltli Field., Fulton, Ky. Jonn Farln, Medley, Mo. J. II. Tralrr.'Medley, Mo. Medley, Mo. ham Mr.. Jm. Jonei, Uroimiuvlll. Teuii. Mr. W.Cnmpbell, TIptonvllle.Tenn, Ie, M. UUorum, Itoule i, ti. V. WatKin 0. 1 1 ifhr HnliArmi Wfis Annitf.h known t Vk If ' thismiu, vou ro a first of. were your tl ?pte ns o I " Mn.W W Mnrrtn. Fultnn. Ky. Mrt. Hnllle Admin, Mr. I.llln Cnti'a, " W. It. Houten MlM OoraHmlth V'a,! Carpenter John Mulleu Iton Cue.Threlkeld Alex Hire W. F. Montgomery ltobt. Collier O.O. Henry T, J.I.,Atwrll W7F. Itarnes II. 0. Helm A.M. le J. ItobertKon b w'.ice your price, but hare your picture you !J w ciau 10 accept any iair I pay tou 'The burglar finally agreed to CiAvib UV1IV4BI Willlltau II UliLU cat a oul 'Uire me two Tin 1tr fVunf?' uiil hi An1 rat t Lefsrc he naid." tft&C Y in Overcoats here to select and they're made. 011' LL find a good many styles from; The founder of the llolliAchild family, jrnyer Amschcl of tho Bed Shield, dying in 1812, exhorted his Ave sons, engaged as loanmongern under him in Frankfort, Yiennn, Iondon, Paris and Naple9, not only to remain faithful to the law of Afosos and stand ever united, but to undertake nothing of importance without first consulting their mother. Xathan, founder of the London branch, also was ao convinced of the business capacities of his wife, a Cohen, that he not only left tho huge residue of his fortune nt her disposal, but added instruction that his sons were to engage in no undertaking of moment without her consent. How far the instruction was observed one is not in a position to say, but it is certain the Rothschilds have done their best to live in family unity, for from the gentile point of view the number that have married cousins is appalling. Of the five children of the great Nathan each married a cousin. And coming to contemporaries, Lord Rothschild is the son of cousins nnd the husband of a cousin, Returning- to Nathan, the Sidonia of "Coningsby," though his oirspring married cousins, a reaction followed in the next generation, for three of his granddaughters, two of whom have been already named, married, not only out of the family, but out of the faith. -- COLONY WITHOUT CRIME. SOCIAL FEUD IN DO 1. 1. DOM. .Hart Schaffner 8r Marx You ought to buy more than one Overcoat to get the best results in looks and service. Jlimmi A A dark fabric like kersey or melton or heavy oxford cheviot, for dressy use; and a raincoat or something in a fancy fabric for more general use. It's cheaper in' the end, to buy this way. SchnHiJer N'n-- . m doll . Du'i to lh this after-- , Mir:'cn dot! iha TALK OF TWO CITIES. N'e oru Same in suits; two suits at a time, worn in alternation, outwear two'J;suits worn one after the other steadily until outworn. Better dress right Suits and overcoats, St. Helena, our little Napoleonic is a model colony in community. Its governor, Col. Qall-we- y, is also its judge, but in the latter capacity he has little or nothing to do. He holds court at stated times, but the only business is the presentation of white gloves. Nevertheless St. Helena has an "inspector of police," and as the withdrawal of the garrison, hitherto the chief consumer of local products, has ndversely affected the finances the St. Helena Guardian urges the abolition of this "unnecessary official who has practically nothing to do." His salary should go to a "much wanted assistant surgeon." There is only one surgeon in St. Helena, and if he became incapacitated the little community on the lonely Napoleonic rock would be in a parlous state. mid-Atlant- SCOTCH HOSPITALITY. George Conklin, the famous animal trainer, was talking to a reporter at the circus in New York. "The secret of animal training is Nothing sudden or gentleness. brusque must be done. An unexpected caress may anger an animal more than a kick in the ribs. brusque, unexpected "Sudden, tilings never go, no matter how well they are meant. Once I was showing in Scotland." Mr. Conklin smiled. "We trainers," he said, "supped one night with a Scotch admirer. The old man was the "soul of but I admit I was rather startled when he leaned toward me and said : "'Stick in, man Conklin, stick in. Yer frien' Coot's two muffins ahead o' ye.' " llochester Herald. BROTHER DICKEY'S SAYINGS. hoi-leri- n', York fleeces i" . fi ,., 'jiBBicn's oy aanuuujru: lloston wli them .. liv her u. hul. t. lujuviuum.i . . nit: new luiKi'r D" escaped the alderman, the Wblttr nalrn-i- . n... V ii . uurgiar, iscw lork s , uncial center, Boston is -- . . ihujc, rropie camp on H3 Of Ww Vnrl--. 1.MV I..... wmei m llo.,lon, Gotham is clubbed "policemen, this Hi.li ia liV-i i.w wbaw. Xcw York is a way ata-on the road to Hades; Boiton 11 the ateway of Paradiso. w in ih.i i " riUUI III 1MT1PM1II Bottin In il. . me I inonrv in Ji " . " '""pu " 'n... ..... n 1 hnnlr nvVMVIi wi vn. wM.i II I'M ? ... II r $3.00 to $2300 for Men $ 1 ,30 to $ 0.00 for Boys 1 111 t This store is the home of Hart Schaffner Sr Marx clothes FIQHTINQ 8NAKE. There Smith Rogers Kills Kesterson. out-com- & Am berg over-bearin- g. uai.0 w ewtthat is, Burma, iu uio of a dispute about trouble on his return, Rogers went temper and T. J. Kesterson, residing six miles was the India, above town, near the iron bridge, the right of fishing in a small pond. In the house and armed himself. twJSd.,he Ma,V pcninsula-twillal-wayi ... nnlu ... ,, i n was shot five times by his neighbor, R. R, Rogers, about 6 o'clock Saturday morning, and died instantly. The tragedy took place in front of Mr". Rogers' home, which Is only a ihort distance from Kesterson's home. Rogers started to town immediate ly after the shooting to give himself On the way he was met by up. Wk a man a. s Deputy Sheriff Rob Goalder and tiger stalks his County Coroner Smith, and returned with them to be present at the in buIbi frora Mlss Wv; quest. The result of the inquest was agent 'or hit r.lVePrMentalIon that Rogers killed Kesterson in ISc!?u.hou,e ,n LoMl and Rogers was released, S,on y,, hoi lg nd at all times at- a man on sight. That ia tho madnrad, justly mor fecred than J other animal that crawls. rortnnately or mankind, they are McePt limited dis ThV e so feared by all naUra skirhrris or hunters ra,'Ic9 0llt of t,ieir way to 8 Ioca,,ty i l'ich they arc " e; The trouble between the two men ing that Kesterson would renew the hearted, honest fellow, he had a bad e was at times considered He is survived by a The pond is partly on Rogers' place, When Kesterson returned a short wife aud several small children, who but Kesterson claimed to have bought time afterward, he stopped again have the sympathy of their many the exclusive Ashing privilege before and more unpleasant words followed. friends. Burial took place in Hickand man county, Sunday. Rogers bought the place, and denial Kesterson picked up a cant-hoo- k Mr. Rogers is a native of TennesRogers the privilege of fishing in any made for Rogers, who was In a sitof see, coming here about a year ago. part of it. This generated ill feel- ting position and had an arm-loa- d ing, and it is said that Kesterson al- wood, but Rogers drew his gun and He is highly respected by all who ways carried his Winchester with him fired before Kesterson reached him. know him. The friends of both partiescregret Rogers fired five shots, each one takwhen he went to the pond. the sad affair very much. On the morning of the killing, the ing effect, o Both are prominent and testimony at the coroner's inquest W. A. Edmlnston spent the first showed that Kesterson had passed farmers. of the week with his family at Cay Kesterson came to Hickman about Rogers' place, stopped aud the two ce. He is now located at Potts' men had a few unpleasant words. nine years ago, from near Oakton, Camp, Miss. Rogers was !u front of his home at where he is said to have killed a man It Is over for another four years. the time, splitting stove wood. Fear with a club. While he was a big- well-to-d- Thunder is mighty good at but it's do lightnitv dat gits dar an' 'tends tor business. Ef you got ter have comp'ny on do road you travelin', be sho' dnt Trouble don't tako up wid you an' muko believe he's Happiness in disguise. Wen jedgmint day comes some er do lazy folks will sho' say dat do Angel Gabrul blowed dut trumpet too soon. Atlantu Constitution, Helm & Ellison have sold over seven thousand bottles of their fasince putting it on the mous Tar-Pin- e market. A pretty good record for a local sale. Who hit Billy Patterson. 4 THE HICKMAN COURIER TO THE RESCUE Carer Wcitera Kentucky Like the Dew" r 98 SUSPECTS UNOER ARREST TID BURTON CONFESSES. PERVNAATONICOP ri 0 J Forty Men Implicated In Capt. ' W. .0. SPKER unit J. 0. SEXTON, ' Editors and Proprietor!. IMPORTANT INFOtfMATION CUltKD FROM A WOMAN. Confess, J ... 8K- - Ifnrrl. and tea Tlptonvllle, el. A rauraer. Tciin., Union City. . oi ... l le. ".-- Raakln'i vs. r ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Cash in advancr. Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, postofflce aa second-clas- s mall matter. UYERS RECEIVE WARNINGS lid Burton and Frank Forrinffsr diving Names of a Number of Night Riders. Tenn. Camp Nemo, Samburg, Maj. DoVall'a Bluff Excited Over Notice! Sent to Cotton Hen. Derail' Bluff, Ark. S'ollccs were ie-ceived Thursday by W. 11. Wand and F dates &. Co., two of tlio mot prominent cotton mm of this place, not to buy nnj more cotton until tho price goes up tc 12 cents. Tlicro wero on tlie notice! drawing of it lighted match, n plslul, a whip, .skull and cross bones, and a erf flc with a man in if'. One was signed "X". K." and the other "Night Riders." Tlie people here ure considerably ex cited over the matter, and aro entirely I at a loss to know just wlut persons ic this icinity arc engaged In such a move. I Tho Farmers' Union here has gone on rec ord aa being opposed td night riding LUMBERMAN KIDNAPED. and this is the first hint that any oni has had of the presence of an organizaArtists Force Mount Ver tion of thet kind in the southern dis Hold-TJ- p non- to Dire $3,000 Check. trict of this county. The. merchants here I expect to stand put and to continue to I Mount Vernon, Wash. While driving buy cotton and to Ignqre the notices re- - ,0 Mount crnon from his lumber camp, reived. Reliable officers have been de- - about fifteen mile from here, hdward tailed by the authorities hero to guard Knglish, a wealthy lumbrmnn"orMount the cotton gins nnd cotton yards In thii Vernon, was held up and kidnaped by a place, with instructions to guard proper ,one rouocr. rho robber forced hngllsh Ver- ty at any harard and to shoot to kill to make n note, payablc-atMou- nt I "on of $3,000 and write the following if necessary. letter to his wife: t numn nr-- AILLCU nnrll UHPIU, DUin. "I was held up and kidnaped for $3,000 and I am threatened with having my Georgia Sheriff Slays Two Men Aftei ears cut oil if the money 'is' 'not fortli I coming by tomorrow Being-- Mortally Wounded. .noon. For God's Show this to Mr, Savannah, Ga. Inscriptions for the ake make B" nnay and solicit this sum." Monument to be umcited by- - the 'Dauch- Hannay is connected with a Mount ters of the Confederacy to Capt. Henry Win, C. A, commander of Anderson- - Vernon bank. The robber, within two villo prison, have been adopted by the mi,rs of towni handed the note and the passing traveler, lejnng mm Daughters' convention in session here. Tlie inscription on the first side of the tbat English had been injured In a run take the missives to Mrs. monument v ill give Important dates, in- - awaJ arul eluding that of Capt. Wirz's execution In "gusn. mis me stranger am. ilfun Washlncton. A eulocv of the Confeder- - WH"e the handit left his victim tied to a ate captain will appear on the second J;reV evidently Intending to return to to 'hc if the ransom side, declaring that "Cant. Win became hilu at last the victim of a misdirected pop- - J. llrlcht Horton of Afenmhts. ' nimmim 1, : Inj a detachment of soldiers and depu- ties, made the most Ininort.nl rantura of the day when he brought Frank Long and three other prisoners Into eamn late Monday afternoon. Long lives near Walnutlog, and It Is believed ho knows a great deal about the foray of the night riders and the murder of Cant. According to Ilurton's statements, Tom Qucntlii ltankln. Fifteen prisoners were anJ Garret Johnson, both of whom are taken during the day, UMrr Camp Xemo. and Will She Can Tell All Now. Thank God, now I can tell what I I Watson were the leaders of the nlaht rid . know " shrilly cried a woman of Snout peT"ated the dastardly crlm Springs Monday when the detachment Watson Is now confined lu solitary cou-o- f troop-under Maj. Horton mocd ""cment, a tent having been erected for HON. . thahinT Hon. It. away from the village store, tniardlnc a ,ne purpos. Tharln. Attorney t r.. wngon load of prisoners, among whom ""ftims coufesslon at their ills- - and counsel fur Anil.T.. a"J lth other valuable informa ;vrltp-- i fmm Pennsylvania Are was the woman's husband. Her name I tion whirl, . I. .lifil..1.l I... r.l "lu'" 'Having umhI I'erung torcattnUt i.ui..l ' 'i. "i. -- a i..n " ;; vBuy "' . . PIUKlCDc uiii i inin si riPUT " JUIH in sho would be In danger If it should eipettcn by the authorities that it will ItMonien, I ,m ,blo i test that uinni.uo mui. great remedial excellence, and VJ2 ' become known. Arrangements t Iut a matter of a few short lmura hesitate to clro It . rmiilmi or lor toiion , ana jiave Iwn made by him to have the I eor the members of the rew still at mynt nnd earnestinv iBner recoiiimrjliv-- u all wruotm affected by that rllsonle" h ouppression oi ign. maera. woman removol from Slout bnrlnirs and ,ar8i aro taken into custody. la also a tonic ot ureal uittulnetu" . 1 .(.. I Atlanta. Cn. Prl,1.-nt- . .1. A. Tlnr. I Vn In i. PATTERSON WAS QUICK. A.iaw, fir. i, iiarnrrotl, of the National Olnners' Association. unt( ,he can be presented to the grand OnUrlo, Can., writes: Hut wi, on, , ,, umer,tol that her Infor OrdeteJ Pone to Go to nnjuniMi I. out a circular to the members l tvttslll Jt Obion to love ... -K.K mallon is complete as to who formed Cifate Wild AUrm. V"TI lu..hiil nv4inimijriotr.--:v- . . I tvllMIl ... .11 iI " Vnlon the mob of night riders which took Capt. City, c"m"",r".l ... T, v-- sii v a v am tie I iltieil R .1... . aw i I alarm hiiu I down nnd ltankln and Col. Taylor from the hotel and uneasiness was confined to the hoiiv his circular Mr. Taylor says: and after taking IVn i4 at U iilnntlrx- -- It Is possible that this Ii tiers thll morning when a telephone i . . . .i While reports indicate henry ginning ...i. I . .. .. .. in . u. wiii w orougrn to uamp .em mc, I iiiren iiiiininsnio is iiljle In f.J .mM yu.on, up to the lHllt, it is so far Mow the big of uIor aay, was received, stating that a V run for all such who are 111 irJi Z crop of 100-- as to put to flight all re for safekeeping. Among the other prisoners arrested masked and armed man had entered the a tonic" ports of a bumper crop, Peru-n- a Tablets. Ho advises holding for higher" prices, was Dr. Ooran, who assisted at tho In- - I"""" of Itlchsrd Itcard and demanded himself over the a of C.PU and says trade condition, are Improving, of a dozen than to wnom ue sam were waiting for rather Much pvoplo can obtain lVriii r as coum i jearneu ami l.y the first of tho new year things form. I IrntY. (k. I him . .. . I . ..... At - I In lh. ..III I ... I I. l .. I. .iilkAlL. fl. ni I t.f... ..I.I.I. I nK- I I Srw.nl-I. tt I..!... DPUfl U u . rom .nun I ..I ... r dlcllisl IniTredlenls 4 tlf lVnina. P..L lnn li1,l (.... u ll M. rv nl !.. ,,,,,,, , . .....I" r .m. iv , iut, laiter I i,i- -t i. . .uni.i.,,, .....i Taylor says: ' On November 10, 11 and understood that he has "on, who at once authoriied threaten IVputy of penins. i2, 100S, there will be a great cotton by night riders If he testifies in court Sheriff Dyer of Obion to organlie a contercnee in Memphis, Tcnn., composed about Capt. Itankin's Ignominious e posse of twenty men and start in pur- TOO MUCH. oi planters, ginners, bankers and mer Dr. Doran lle In tlw neighborhood suit of the supposed night riders, who chants Irom all over the country. This of Spout tJj,rnj.. M this place th Ja'ed to show themselves on the hlsa" e, uetsenroent placeU U. I). KIdriilge and I ruaq in broad ilayllght. some step, to get better price, for the Xom . .. , . Troop. w.aco unJ f balancn of our cotton and to take soniol both now being held under guard by I tr but owing to the distance) of Camn measure to stop the posting of gins by .. IV I me soiuirrs. I .. irom union, it would Iisve been nigni riders. 1 urge llial you The other prisoners arrested by small- I useless to hae started them In nursult, all attend this meeting, as it is very im- er scouting parties which went south T- - 0. Morris, who wss here at tlie lime, DETAILED OWN AGONY. OOrtjint thnt. somethlni ftnnA .1 nnr-Ii1a will intvar tltia On tftn fourth .Tpffprsnn DiirUs "When or this mowment may get to be as bad 'rom the nmP ,n thc d'rcetlon 0( Secured a fast horse and made a rec tatpm?nt L,ad Prospector la, Death Valley as It has been In Western Kentucky and YthM Slore driie to Obion. In a short Hornbeak, were J. L. time shall have softened passion and Thorpe, Prank Dyer, Ike Johnson, Sam time he telephoned tho news back to Leaves Interesting Diary. the tobacco section. prejudice, when reason shall have stripped Angeles, Cal. Dying of thirst In Patterson that there was nothing "Very low rates will be on during this "agsdale, I). M. Tucker, It. II. Williams, , the mask from misrepresentation, then Valley, B. F. meeting, nnd you all can afford to attend J- - & Kagcock end Prank Itady, making to substantiate the report, but that the justice, holding evenly her scales, will tl,e Ue,crt west of been organlje.1 and was pre-5- " require much of past censure and praise Pralt, a prospector of the Grape Vine una get as many oi your customers to go liltccu prisoners In all to be arrested I 0 H ",ean" hl8hcr Jrl(!a. lurtag tho day. . district, whose 'body was found in the red for any emerwney. to change places." Argus mountains by another- prospector, After Aimed Men. trpnthm crime left tlie record of his suffering? 011 the PURSUED KIM IN PANTS. information was recclml In camp late SUIT ARAINQT NIHUT RinCDC pages of a diary found by his side. Monday night, which was no doubt the Lawyers and Others Uo to Union Citv Pratt, after being warned that the trip r I ,1.1. . i .t c. . Deserted Wife, Disguised as a Man, man jseaien wiin Xfcorn Bwltchea mil. .. aiwis. ,, Arabella was a dangerous one, started for Mout An. John, there Tried to Kill Husband. through officers Trenton, WanU $100,000 Damages. hundrcl or more Umu when you couldn't see encttjiet have, and for several days succeeded in ,7. La';u inty posse tliat setxral I men left Tenn.-O- ne I 0 Chandler, Okla. Mrs. Martha Kirk is finding water, lie finally entered a remo. hern M.m.t. f..r nu- Iulsville. Kv.ln hn ,m"" laTtlrt ot heavily armed men haa atUrul the court to be held at Union City being held in the Lincoln county jail gion entirely John Well, I can SCO plenty of pi destitute of moisture and here Tuesday, lienry II. Bennett, for-I I 1 . .1 r nn II... merly of Dycusburg, Crittenden cotmty, bctn tctn ln the neighborhood of a saw for the puqiose of trying those suspects "ow' c4,n 1 1 ? , contain entries, fast becoming II- - Ky., but now of Jeffersonville, Ind., filed m"1 anJ tion operated by Diaries Phil- - under arrest for the murder of Capt. NOT UP TO THE nECORO. about four miles above Walnut-- ltankln. In the suit for $100,000 dnmsges scalnst sixty-P'- r' nee 8ttn L,rS,f "Wo wter today. Must get over the seven alleged night rldcr or sympathls- - lg- - The men had called at the store of the Trenton bar. court officials lead- - Bo Hd at Vf .it t i vi " next range to find my trail back." I I " utui--r uiiinie scTcnil limes I imr blltinesl nn.l 7T nnui. uu mm UTCusuurK V, has been ""V uiftmilill. M..... living on a in Colorado. He I Kebruary. during the past two or three davs. hea(, ook baJ u c.n inn .L I I fnwm A nuP Uv.. tTl a n.l a nn.l AtA ha 1 , . 1. The petition differ, materially from of the public uttd, , .1" " " , ... "Can't find my trail. Xo water now " .u or n.s wi es xommg. In Chlcaro sends this comraanlcstloB. a stranger ap- fof twQ cfcHKlritK CONFESSES. T "na. "0B- Am flbout ill n. Will suits filed at Pnducah bv the lb,iw..l!. ,,c,e ,vM,n. Sir: In our .chool this two 1 . ab, to hoW out throu8h tomorrow." some, time auro. In that not onlv .,.,.. o. ,i .1 ""'.'""" Vim a,i In'0f- "ankln ""' A"AV .V e,nlt "oe home Capt. log an amusing dialogue took plate i in n' cant stand the pace. Have left who raid! " "A primary teacher of Chlcxto. stranger suddenly pulled a revolver and ,.., . l , .. . ltankln was reared, headed the long line b and bUnkel, bllnd riders' Am " '- ol boarding the train. wning to impress on her pupils us f.red at Kirk, but shot wild. He grappled tnJ tongue charced with bt"'8 members of lh0 D'fht heada is bellced to have been a comWhile it Intensely felt that lustlce "exes"" of greater quiet, said with the supposed man and dlscoverel are cracklng an,i bleeding. Must get Id er. band, are named as -- I nm a great deal l.rger thsa u; maJe to the rourt f JlMe nun vo uo nn wiie. cu ya uricsra iI water today or.- 1 II CSSll III. of you 'et 1 don'1 mko ,njr I I I 11 I Inquiry at an early hour Wednesday (. iiln feellnc of mob vlole.i BUU jiviu uu II.. uuuvu iiauieu vjiuiu. iriiv ,.i it lb " .bJtF7,n k Fm,Tr;;!,x t RURALES ORDERED OUT. t solitary action of th. Iw." WIRZ INSCRIPTION CHOSEN bur, which uer l.m.l ru i searHJiu vmi nnni rvrnnrin CuL Taylor is still resting at his home shoos.' Three Murders in Bur an go District t ed to a tree and brutally beaten with connnemem under the order, of Cob v. svom. v,..en rernner steppe,! M RciH, Trenton, where he is being " Commander of Anderaonville Prison "'Oh, yea. I do.' quickly replied li Causa Mexico to Take 'Action. " " "c colled "I"1" h' wany teacher; 'Just look. Did you ever tet El Paso, Tex. Mexican rurales have UCCUII to Have a Monument. but the-tc-r. . ni. Utunuirt wen put, uirougn a gruelling and rlizor- - rlble tragedy at Walnutlou Is not .11.. n '"R" than mlneT' un ordered to the mining camp nt Lafayette, Ga. Brought to his knees examination, ha was so weak and cussed in his nresrnw "Kenneth survoyed them carcfi::'; The si.neL- - f 1. 1. by a mortal wound, Sheriff John Cailock, l"de. State of sDurnngo, Mexico, accord5 r n. I .. , ... . . ous ... T 4 TTTI w Wilt iM)BCU n.1 'Ya.' ho replied, slowly, 'cnc- -l iaere wan- - iremuiing tnai j.e nad to u half carried nervous system has been great nnd the pis- - inS to a dispatch to the El Paso Herald, while in that nosltitn. continued Mi in Fi,ve Years. by two of his guards to the tents, a mld needs rest from tho horrifying or-- a show." Warcrly Mngailne tol duel with two brothers named Hen- - ia consequence of three atrocious mur- ,lcr ll that vicinity, for which the po-.m. unmjr. miMiiiu, tju.mu uuii sevil IS irav I (iHiiui Ideal ASTONISHED THE DOCTOR derson, und kill them both. cling from tho West toward Georgia nt Immediately after ho had left the tent to fix responsibility, 'a The Henderson brothers operated a coal TRENTON GETS HOT WARNING. Old Lady Cot Well with Chanji cf Harney Towns, an American mining tho rate of from seventy-fivto n hun- - Col. Tutom liad flvemoro tents erected nine near here, nnd Sheriff Carlock went Food. to the mine today to serve warrants "on mn was recently killed lyslde n road dred miles a year, said State Kntomolo- - in the already long lino of guard tents, Incident Has Thrown Town Into Fever dragged Into tfio bushes, K.v u. .iiiium hi inc mate capuol and had Uarrett Johnson, Sam Kapple. nl"l ''' of Excitement. A Krcat scientist has said wo can pet them for some trivial offcne. DC"0, " 11 not I white, Fred Tlnlon, Bob Knight and I Union City. Tenn. Every man. unmsn off "old ngo" If wo can only nourlih tU When the brotherslearncd of the shcr- - wllero 't IaX several days. Next, . I 'I.. .. rn ' body properly. il . Jff's mission they opened fire on him d"1 Arrlola, u wealthy planter, was checked it will reach thuf cotton fields lIMtl " " ' ... recelvcl a 1Urtn murdered in tlio same region, and of Georgia within tho next four or fiv To do this tho right kind cf toot, n and he fell to his knees in a dyiiif,' condljoim.o.i, .., uiu man, mis oeen iu tout warning from the night riders M Sunday the dead body of Scnor years." tion. While in that position tho sheriff drew his revolver and opened fire on tho Cruz Candarilla was found. The rurales fn.- This statement was prompted by tin Hl.lf- It mnn.t.p ......tin.. U. It... ........ , l,tvlllUa Illllll LVIIiilU "nlered ,avo. a noted I II..V1IIK ..f .,113 Ullll-I - In I " brothers. John Henderson fell, shot UnJ,t' wl") h ,J'J to hunt down lowHty. B ' to K,,0M of 11,0 ,mm,'r of in that Quentln tufg and unless fcufllclent of the rls" cultural association, entomologist,., etc. . , ' " ,, , through the heart, and Charles tenderv wno are interested in the boll weevil I 6 iiaumn aim niicmpv on uol. Ji. Z. Tay Kind la used, tho Injurioui cjeairu eon was shot twice aud died in a short CANT REINSTATE SANDERS nlnr-n... m III l, tor's llfo.I now l.lm. o.rrll .... v... mmi I nvnrcnms Itin rrwi,1 u . II who . made confession Tuesday. ... ,,. ' I..I.I In V.I..1.... I . n . .ic.n while. When assistance cumo the lien 71 ).... .im a.... t ,.. il..n.iv. .illl.., II Illfonnat Ion Was received from Camn Ii at- Pimm ......w, niiv.o ii.. (jiMici .iroons II "A!v - vearS CA .civ iiuiiiuth ui " 91 r ... . ."i' V...,. Ucrson brothers were dead and Sheriff Netro Troopers Can Get Back Only by devising, a In writes n N. Y. lndr. "had been If itosslblp, oomu means for Jiemo to the effect- - that several of the nnd heavily armed posses aro quartered, Carjock was dying in a few feet of the Special Act of Congress, what combating this menace to tho cotton other prisoner. Implicated by Tld Bur- - The warning J came in tho shape of a let- - valid for 18 yonri from men he had killed. Washington. Secretary of Wur Luke called consumption of tho stotrarh confes- Her found on the front porch of the f0n"',0"i "uo l0"' W 1T bowels. Tho doctor had given her Wright says nothing can done in tlie llryan Hobsonited. . . rn u' .... . i,n to tho court of (nnulrv. ' ROIBED AND BOUND. ' tlio to die. . '"""." . . ' Sew York. When W. .1. ""PI'! . matter of reinstating Mingo Sanders, UCCU se-r iiiinrinaiion lias as J " most inrom nent rlll.r. we a v...i i I I II i I il... si. ittvis uiii much about Grape"" "I formerly sergeant of tlin Twenty-fiftto .nd where It I. the I,' ' 'u J... "I" warm person friend of Col. Tuv. ?" . t er' to W tlia Woman Relieved of $3,000 Wurth Infantry, who, with his battalion, was ,tank,n- pot nny""UK B dismissed from the nriny without honor Waldor Astoria Monday, le Jewelry. of W ,,,oro Unty-oPrisoners, were tomacl, for more tl.nn a few Trenton I. now In a state of excite- yew Vork.- -Ir tha big apartment for """god participation in tho Browns by two women in tho presence o A hiotight in Wednesday by the scouting mont and armed "Slio began QrupivNuta wllh onljr roo otl,..r n,l will l . .....i., ..I liouse at Xo, 149 West Ninetieth streot vlllr disorder. The only way open for embraces of a third. AiV- - iirJ... .' .. parties. tcaspoonful. Aa Hint did not Ui" This makes ninety-eigh- t who about tl.n rltv ...! u sit .....,..,! n. ...... today a robbery and assault Of almost his reinstatement, the secretury says. Is confined In tho guard tents and ut the cost of "h Mr. Bryan displayed so.no em- ''.f,"11 "'i' "'"'r.MVnVllof their lives, should an uU a "U1 ,noro brutality was committed by ijKclal -- act of Congress. unexampled barrusim-nt- . confined to the camp. ""'l1 tack bo made .i . I . Innnwinfiil at a meal. when Mrs. Surah Dicktle, 45 years old, Monument to Harrison, Locker Clubs Win. COTTON HOUSES BURNED. "Thon Iho began .. to .gain and was attucked ill her flat on tho second Indianapolis, . .. tribute of his . .1.. unmSCa Atlanta, fla. The Ktafo Court of Apwho beat her down floor by a, ruffian, Hennlng, Tenn.-De- puty TnJof "n.a home was paid to Ccn. Benjamin Harri- - peals holds .l.un, " Sheriff Ti.os. L Three Negtces Suffer at Hands of After- that municipal ordinances with a revolver, then dragged her into soil, thousand- - Ptl.erln II. Puschall, of this place, hu. gotten o. and Dark Outlaws. that .conflict with tho Mute luw which ......... . . . ... I """ .. 31. ... t . II "vmi.. IV. ..UU1 nucim -e- mng o the str ennington, of this know nrsniwrintit snvml her lie llccnso locker clubs ure illegal. Tho de- Forrest, Miss. Night riders burned U likeness of the former tc ov clslon was bunded county, tp get toady, with from flvo to 'Tho doctor wns astonished that dowd In tho eaxt f a I Hm rotlmi houses of thren nciousBtss he had turned th flat upside townsman. Fairbanks, social club against tho State Mh etcad of dying sho got well, and attacking near Steele, lu Scott county. The down aad. stolen a,000 worth of plate McMent ot iho iho e. find that an ordlimm-- prohibiting locker clubs. ,roc. who sustained tho loss wer , -I and lewelrV, He escaped. J,r, """e men oe iieeued. uthorlt Paschal found out a drop of modlclno nitera ""TT Mlmirloi jfin.inun, iin u jew remarks, The State prohibition . "Thero'a v tho Orapo-Nuts.jrV"' Jlr. law i.lu.. .. ii. t..i. -ii...i.i. .. uiricic. .... difftutv i .... .r f.nn ,."."..- u.rcc"' I,ri'ented the monument to the people. Nrmo given by Iostum Co., I""' M.B, , . , l Al.if four linles of pil(.n I., I "ii .'I..:. . drag ?....,. .I... . ..' Creek. Mich. Head "Tho Koad to 7. .. I ..w-participated in by the Tenth Later the city of Mucon iwrr ..i,i '.. ... . I'o sed i iwmo atvv use i.u uu niiii iiim Hlllilll.l I of passed an or ; where sho feilln front cf the entranco - - ,v. , iwuUIl' , Villa" Im kM T. .,il...-t- l. ' . . dlnauco making it Evsp rssd the above letter! A"" an apartment oeeuplcd by Mr. and Mrs. from tie nanlu Kutfonal (Juard and club, corporation or uuluwful for any .edand farming too... This Is tho first n'gto association" to keep i'eorge Coritesi.' IBbe was fouwd there by 700 Civil War veterui.., preceded the . .1 one apptare from time to time. niwatanco of lilcht riders In Rntt II or jienult to bo kept on its premise ' r" " lend their assistance In helping rjppresi mrm oen.iln.. (rue. and full Of Wm" 'UvmM: K t any intoxicating IKU0rs. ' f I '" I night riding. Donaldson. Tld llurton, the alleged nL'ht rider ar rested at Samburg, tusds si full corifes- slou TuesJay morning la the Iko coun ty Jail at Jlptunvllk He implicated forty residents of the lake district lu the murder of Capt. Qurntla I(a,"n. Of this number over half are no'r Held prisoners In Canip Nemo under ii 01 a8 M'ae troops, lturtoa S"1 nisi ns was with the nliiht r ders wnn t'spt. ltankln was hung and thca hot to pieces, but admits that he '"rnhed the Information to the lead- tr ot tn ""d that caused them to ,W00P Jow the hottl at WalnuU .Mayor Clivelsud" .i " "s a''t "In " a t tlsi-a a P" .sty riuni ei .. m. . l,,t : Trnn.-Consl- deral . s nc iii rn ,nr,, r- - Irun. Vn ht- """ Wr 1 tvdhr .rl ,rty KvlVXtti ' r....h . -- l. ...... U-e- ...l.l.i - n'ng ' we ...... 1, ... .1.11. .. ... - "! Iatl I8 "d t,s.v 1 firLl.b:'.hLV"iH ViT y"""i . . !.'.!! r,,r " ' rrPr,I u 1 1 it lsi nn L,,t Ln-- 7 "'i . .h,il,t "Lrl ,7, ltZ . , .!.. " "n' J" "I"r" m" ' "ar tJcl"'''I " -- 1 5SL Td d..tZy tr t. nl' z 'J u. vtig.'S&'S 7ti '"f. unuco iiuuiiu muiu 11 rB r.. Jrle-nJ-- , .... .... ... e ,r. ' - ' " ..... - . 'at I i'"on ; ..".... 1.1 ...... ,K '. n - -- " 1 - - 1 1 A -- !!... .U. " . . 1 .' h E re',t !S .,, " . iTenaOramo e M ft ' . ZSk '"'". - InJ.--Th- n 1" " T.il.u 'V.''' " (I,; .,, 1!'CI'7?: tt Kt ' ll ... " ..- ... ' Xlll J M tl. b" un-M- r. " . arca " '' UntereH ROUND THE CAPITAL Information mui Gossip Picked Up Hera ad Thar la Waahlnoa. Round About the State On Qfr in Different What la Coins Section of Kentucky. FIDES IN ... Farmers and Merchants Bank Clint o Wl Street, nickman, Kentucky. FIRE IN COVINGTON CHURCH Causes Loss of $10,000 Costly Organ Badly Damaged. Pip KENTUCKY Caused An Aggregate Property Lost of $6,514,770. ....ABSOLUTE SAFET. IS THE BASIS.... That we effer to depositors. Other lidacementa are of secondary Importance; Countcas juua w, nanas or omers 10 mo accompaniment flsilIS'OTON ft gfcKcndotf, Iho tiftiiilnic ocautr nf tbo dronlns: toIooi of auctloncori. It la said that tho countess owoa "nlllloni of dollars, throwh which about 1100,000, although lhs flcure has dccl"r" ',hat not boon nuthorltatlvoly announced, S,ran "flr9 lit bad no rfKrcU because her Borao yeara ago Miss Julia Davidson, squandered. the present countca, ontorod tho era. W" has been Is now said to bo at ploy of Mra. TU csnntess John O. Donner na maid. 5100.000 In debt, nnd 'was forced Tho Dormers had a daughter named humiliation of serin the Elsie, and MIbb Davidson cored for tho a property sold at a dtbt child. ,he Itit of hor About six yonra ago Mr. Donner iprnt It hn I hnd It," tho . t - .nrtft.l la . isvn to. died and Donner married Mlsa Davidi I CCunir (If' son. Immediately tho houio became Burtri to a friend. tho ccntor of social llfo among tho any rcinrui uu inn j bitrn t n ..ai.Ii. tiavA tnnnir. hit wealthy people of tho district. Sort, ccse. ojh'c i" u.Mu - anta seemed everywhere, and tho new ih.r w n t spend It Frankly, I can- Mra. frontier began to enjoy llfo to tbo . It Ano Iticni." i.., " CCl fp utmoat. u The career or mo cuumr, Her millionaire husband waa devot! . i n. rnrnantlrfillv ..i.f A ACiericau ed to her and his nffoctlon waa refstloe a that of any woman la In'f turned. Klalo, frontier's daughter, atlll rtesrJJ, . . . . lived on the catate. the laTlin emenmuer 01 rnui- Ob e After Donner'a ttt reenters, ambassadors, Bcnaiora Mra. Donner camodeath five years ago Into the gr?at foruti aoclal HKhU In Washington, the Seckendorf, who flvo ycara tune Hho went to Washington and mingled tho fashionable sot thero, to U". heir to tho $4,000,000 citato meeting with count, who captured her tho of err tfcond spous. gained a repute 8ho soon squandered her heart. lion as a apender. toarfulty wntched last pottetslonB pasilne Into tho money. "-drCeu-Sr- uander $4,000,000 in Five Yean Ut Leper to Have Home with His Family broken. Within to bo permitted Covington, Ky. Tho Klrsi Presbyterian church, one of the finest structures of Its kind In Covington, was bridfy damaged by lire. At the tlmo Miss Stella Fcldmnn Was leading a class of young pooplo on tho first lloor. Suddenly somo ono knocked on the window and cried "fire," Mr. Ilcstty Warner, who was In tho classroom at tho time, opened ono of tho windows, and looking out, saw the flames coming out of tno dome on tho roof. Tho class was dismissed and Iho children told to walk out slowly, as there was no danger, in tho meantime Deputy Sheriff John O'Meara sent In an alarm. When Chief l.ytlo reached the sccno tho flames were shooting high Into the air from tbe Going Into tho church they dome. found the seat of tho flro in the rear of tho largo pipe organ. After Hunting tho blazo for about 30 minutes they had tho flro under control. Tho flro. It Is said, originated from a crossed wlro on the west side of tho organ. The organ Is considered ono of tho finest In the city, and It estimated worth Is In tho neighborhood of $10,000. Tho damage- - to the other part of tho building will reach about 12,000. The loss Is covered by Insur ance. HEAVY LOSS Frankfort, Ky. In submitting to Commissioner Hell his annual roport, 8tat V, F. (n'1 kirk reports1 that thero wero 1;R7& fires In Kentucky In 1907, of which 1.0t7 were frame, 603 brick or stone and 24 buildings of other materials-Th- o total value, of tho property involved In the fires was $6,614,770. Tho Insurance on this property amounted to $3,837,557. The loss to l Upon this Guarintee we Solicit Your Patronife. H. BUCHANAN, President -- J. A. THOMPSON, Cashier. DIRECTORS- J. J. C. Bondurant, O. D. Thr.lk.ld, 3. W. Alexaadar. II. Duchanaa. Dr. J. M. Hubbard. T. A. Ladford, It M. lal.r, Iho Insuranco companies was $75.1,103 and the total loss was $1,07,23. Tho loss In Kenton county Waa a total of 145 buildings; the value of property Involved In the fires was $300,400; tho Insuranco thereon was $206,431, tho total loss being $14,680 and tho total loss to tho Insurance companies was $12,444. In Campbell county there waa a total of 133 fires'; tbe total valuo of the property Involved In tho fires, was THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY It BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FM RATES $754,970, tbo total Insurance thereon being $228,425, tbo total loss thereon bolng $S6,997 and tho total Insuranco being $03,873. APPLY Tl LtCAL MAMUEI Defective flues caused the greatest number of fires In Kentucky, thero being reported 240 from that source, while the sparks from the chimney comes next and caused 149 fires. Fireworks caused 17 fires and tho carelca's handling of matches caused 26. CONVERSED WITH CLUB ATTACHE 0UMIERUND TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPH Cl Will Build YouaHome ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS. isolation in wuitii juuu i. THr 'in been kept by the district has b?a h offlcers Is to bo s ihrrt Mmo Early Is In 'he same houae, but will not come In d.rccl contact with them. Ho will to Hie wl'h his family. That la. bo will be allowed to aweii tar his own Ibf towels, . sleeping apartment, bed dlahca and other domes-ti- c a'.-aacca- practically- - decided hr the health otnclals. Tho plan w. tit bo carried Into effect until tho rrrltaloners have received tho rope1 fni the solicitor of tho treasury wh.'hcr or not the .fcdornl nu-i- t si ilii have rwcr.toMtraniiwrt tho latter Ifjer U North C",Hn.''!1 teas state, rcgardjeas of tbo fact that 'hat commonwealth hat refused to accept him. A fcrath the'dedaloB'Kas not been forwarded to lbs commlaMotier,. It Is Vcowa that tho solicitor's opinion I adicrae. He has said that thojederal drar'.ront Is powerless toact. and Hi repotted to tho secretary of tho trraiury to that offoct. The commissioners will tako no ac tion until they the have received c;!a:3n la official form from tho latter. That Early Is to be a permanent care e( the district Is tho conviction of tho This has been 1 cCdala. Plans for Early's futuro care and treatment havo boon discussed by Health Officer Woodward and Dr. William Fowler, chief of tho contagious dlseaso service, It Is settled between thera that the strict Isolation of the af dieted man Is to bo broken. It Is considered likely that aomo old building belonging to tho district will bo turned over to tho lepor and his family for habitation and he will bo Instructed to provide for himself and keep his own quarantine. In tho event that this building cannot be procured (t may bo that Early will be permitted to Iho In tho bouso near tho asylum grounds now occupied by his wlfo and child. On tho other hand, It may ho suggested to htm that ho buy a small placo In tho suburbs. l'hyslclans In charge of Early are considering a plan to Inoculato him with tho leprosy bacilli, which constitutes tho recently discovered Nastln cure of tho malady. This method Is said to have cured tho disease In several Instances, when used while tho dlseaso waa In Its early stage, at In tho case of Early. Early clings to tho faint belief that his dlseaso Is not leprosy, and that tho physicians have mado a mistake Ho docs not In diagnosing his caso. favor this new treatment Of Property Caused Dy Spark From a Locomotive. Then Stranger Placed Pistol at Hla Head and Robbed the Place. Ky. Klre at Pom Hopklnavllio, Lexington, Ky. The boldeat holdbroke, about ten miles from this city, rail- up In tbe history ot Lexington oc& Nnshvlllo on tho road, caused a property loss of about curred In tho Climax club. John Hay. $25,000, with a probablo Insurance of one of the attaches, was alono In tbo house when a stranger entered and $12,200. Tho lire Is supposed to havo started took a tent He conversed pleasantly with Kay from a spark falling from a train on to tho roof ot a largo tobacco fac about matters of a trivial nature for tory owned by W. W. Eddlns, on IUU a few minutes, when he got up, say"I lost $11 In hero and I nm goroad street, and for some time, owing ing to tho high wind and small tire de- ing o get It back." With this he put partment, threatened tho entire town his hand In his pocket as If to get out romo money, but when ho pulled bis with destruction. The buildings burned wero (Junn's hand out It contained a gun. Pointcarpenter shop, black- ing tho weapon at Ray ho commanded hotel, smith shop, a storago warehouse, coat him to put up his bands and stand ofllco, Forbes Manufacturing Co, stor- with his face to tho wall under penage house, five residences and sev- ally ot death If he moved. In a rack on ono of the tables there eral buildings In tho rear of Main was $000 In gold nnd $100 In sliver, street. The arrival of part of tho Hopkins-vlll- and In a drawer In this table there tiro ' department on n special Was botwocn $400 and' $500 In paper train, which did heroic worlc'( 'saved money. Stepping over to the table probably the remainder of tho town the robber picked up the gold, and pulling, open Jtbp drawer ho pocketed from destruction. the paper money and a revolver that SOUGHT WARRANT was lying near it. He then backed out of' the door nnd was' down thu For Riders and Was Whipped By Man steps Into the stroet and gone befOru Victim Claims Was In Mob. Raj could ralsa an alarm. two-stor- y o II will pay yaa It will iatirtil ft lavasflgata tali plan. yia if yw art paying rant. 11m of 4 war, sasb and doors to bo found, M mo judge; can ana sea. t e&rrv the onlr eomnl.t bulldinr material.- - builder's in tno oitjr. 4j prices ara rigat. hard- - '4 xou ' .'. . IUR STICK IS COMPLETE -- Absolutely THE BEST- MJCATS AND .. . riillionaire Canned Goods. Helnz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. Call on or Ulephoo us whan in used of GROCERIES. FRESH orFEEDSTUFFS. Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. Welsh Singers Refuse President's Wine the enormous tray containing 25 glasses of sherry. Ho tendered a glass to tho first man at tho end of tho line with black clothes and a whlto chokor. Ho with thanks. The next three men also refused. Tho other 21 had their mouths open ready to make similar announcement Tho waiter likewise opened his mouth, but In astonishment. Ho realized that an awful blunder had been mado somowhere. In a dazed manner ho waved tho tray until It was again waving around his head and hastily plunged from tho room. Every member of ths Mountain Ash choir is total abstainer. dow. An attendant came room nlftlly Juggling an Into iiniTT thee behind mo, Satan." Is U what Welshmen :5 huaky thsceht when offered some of President Itooscvrlt's sherry at tho conclusion of a Whlto Houmj concert the other cTCBlng. What ach really said vis So. thank you, none for mo. The Welshmon gavo a private concert for the edification, of tho While Ilcsie family Tho event slid along l!k a bunk of tallow on a. hot stove-P- l. Tbe president nearly blistered his hinds applauding tho "Men of llar-letd Mrs. Itooscvelt's faoo wasj i!h pleasurable enjoyment at th rendi'icn of "Old lllack Joo." Tho bad guess and Its consequences cane as tho last words of tho Una ch -- js drifted out of an open win h. suf-t::t- Civil War Veteran Returns Pension whom was turned over the consclonco monoy. When tho consclonco contribution first arrived tho commissioner causod an examination t bo made of tho recOn the showing tho ords In tho cas veteran waa entitled to his pension r surrendering his cortlfirato and boyond a question. A Bpeclal examenclosing two J500 coupon bonds of iner was sent out to mako an Investitbe I nltcd Slates and a droft for $173, gation on tho theory that tho soldier tbrby making full restitution to tho might bo mentally Irresponsible. rotnnmont of all money he had ro-lman was Tbo conscience-strickeon account of the ccrtlftcatu of found to be' In oxceltent health and fenilons. of Bound, mind. Thereupon tho act'ammlrsloner Wnmor refused to count with cousclenco was declared rlre tbo name of tho soldier and closed and tho bonds and money bo had not disclosed It to tho wore turned Into tbo miscellaneous treasurer of tho United States, to receipts of tho treasury department VESPASIAN WAUNEIt, commission- er of pensions, (old "President lkC5crelt tho other day of a remark-b- l case of alrlckcn conscience. Some tine 8ko tho commissioner rccolved a Inter from a pensioner of tha civil rl n d Former Governor's Wife Visits Prison. Frankfort, Ky. Mrs. Luko P. Black-burwhose husband when he was governor ot Kentucky pardoned moro convicts at one time than any other man who orer was governor, went through ,the penitentiary hero with Mock Pythian us a guide. ,It waa tho first time she had been Inside tho penitentiary since her husband was governor, and Mrs. Hlackburn was greatTo Prison For Life. Sentenced ly pleased with tho changes that sho term Lexington, Ky. At a special saw. of circuit court at Orayson John Sprouso was given a llfo sentence tor Babe G:ve the Alarm. murder nnd arson. The caso grows Ellzabelhtown, Ky. Tho resldcnoJ out of tho burning of Chas. Cooper's of Mr. C. T. Huff, of Hlneyvlllo, thU homo. In whlrh two children county, was destroyed by tire. Mr. to denth. Mrs. Mnrtha Kclloy and Mrs. Hurt's baby, which was la aged Frank Kelley, her son, and a tho crudlo In tho lower Rtory. gavo grandson, Alonzo Kelley, charged with f,ho alarm as hot embers wero falling tho same crime, are to bo tried next from tho upper Btory, which caused veck. tho child to cry. Tho house and Us were totally destroyed. contents Chapter of Accidents. Thoro was no Insurance. Clovcrport, Ky. Almost simultaneously three persons met with acciPlans Conference on "Riders." dents In llrcckonrldgo county. MonFrankfort Kv. A conforonco of tin roe Dunn fell from a horse nt Kirk govcruors of the tobacco and cotton- and broke hla loft leg! Earl Snyder, growing states In which night riders coming homo from have been operating will probably bo of Hardlnsburjr, McQuaddy, foil from a wagon and held shortly after tho olcctlon for tho broke his right leg; Miss Eskrldgo's purpose ot contriving measures to right arm wns broken In a runaway nbato tho evil which started In Kenjioar Tar Springs. tucky and Tennessee. . son-in-lawere-burne- Morgantown, Ky. Night riders, alter making tho second attompt, broke Into tho house of Mrs. J. Spraguc and whipped her and shot her Pen-Embry. Embry went to the rourlhouso to get a warrant for tno arrest ot certain men ho claimed were la the mob, and was whipped in tho sheriff's ottlce by John Myers, a man Embry claimed was with tho mob. Ledf ord & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED TOM DILLON, (Successor to B. 1855. Sr., Prop. deceased.) O. Ramago, riarble and Granite Honuments CURBINO. HICK-IA- STONE i : WORK : f all kinds, IRON FENCINd. KENTUCKY Davidson & St ebbs Meet Your Friends AT Lauderdale's JUST A CHEAP ONE. . "I uhould havo shown his utter un- Cimpalan Spellbinder Could Have Done Much Better for 125. He bad mado n fair speech In, favor ot hla political candldato for governor d "I wd I trtort ant to compliment you on your It was great" 'Then you liked my remark, chT They v,em bang-up- , I didn't know "I should have trotted out Hunker In you to orutu tho way you Hill, the American eaglo and tho banner, and wavod them I did fairly well, I guoss. Uut around until mon would havo bustod u ik,n!!!?t """-''"he-r at tho samo tlmo lung In chocrlng for them. only a chonp spooch. "As I said, this was only a cheap Th. U ar rUt0r fallc1 "'"). '""I effort a few remarks for 115, but If that they havo plcasod you and strength-ono'ysolf (or that Say, Sh your belief la our cause, why vhj' " 1 bAnd they drank together and fig,hu l'lOKUIoa ,camlldno ured put that tbo country was aayvd a hit," lib-ort- finished a friend stepped forward shook hands with him and said: against tho other, and when ho "1 should havo proved that his election would ruin tho country. "I should havo advanced statistics to chill thu blood. "I should havo oppcalod to my hear-o- r not to bring about a state ot anarchy and bankruptcy. every "I, should hnvo summoned patriot In Iho audlenco to go to. the polls early and dlo for Amorlcan fitness tor o 111 no, Unveil Monument. Taylorsvllle, Ky. The Camp of Woodmen of tho World unfiled a monument to notler Cooper In Valley Hill cemetery. Ho was tho son of John T. Cooper, was a natlvo of this county and lived hero until In reached manhood. At tho time of his death ho was at work In U)u!iivl!le and waa killed by a derrick. Woodmen Drowned Near High Bridge. Nlcholasvllle, Ky. Jess Nowllng.of Tyrone, was drowned at High llrldge. A party of pleasure seekers attempted to land there and In eonio wuy No.--linlost hla balanco ond toll overboard within ton feet of tho shorn. Tho body was recovered. No Longer a Candidate. Ky. J. W. Cllnken-bearOwlngsvllle. candldato for magistrate In Hethol and Shcrbourn district, who received a letter a few days ago signed "night i Idem," warning him to withdraw hla candidacy or suffer serious penally, has announced ho Is r DENTISTS. OFFICES: Hickman, Ky. Over CowglU'i drujf store. Union City, Tonsorial Parlors Beat in Hickman, not and oold baths', eleotrlo lights and fans, hydraulic ohalra and everything for comfort. Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. Next door to Jones' Cafe. longer a candidate. Succumbs To Typhoid Fever. Franklin, Ky. Nowton Temple, CO, a merchant and farmer at Asixm, in this county, died from typhoid tever. Ho was one of tho leading men of tho county, a cltltcn, and bore tho respect and confldencu of a wlda clrclo ot friends. well-to-d- building. Tenn. In C, B. A. . J. W. Roney. W. J. McMurray, Casli Book Store Splendid Selection . . .- - Roney & McMurray, "as ". d lhlft Insane Man Attacks Drothff. Two Tots Cremated. Ky. Rendered insane Louisville, Columbia, Ky. Tho dwelling house of a fall 10 miles north-wos- t temporarily by the eflocts of James Add Irvine. destroyed by sustained while returning to hta homo of Columbia, was at 713 East dray street, Fred Koss, 30. fire and two of hi children perished i(rs, Irvine und ono und an U & N. employe, attacked his iH tho flames. with a kntto. daughter oacuped from the building. brother, Arthur Hobs, Successful Revival Ends. t unn.nitnr Kv. Ono ot tho most en- thuslastlc rovlvnlo ever held ut tho Christian, .church, lit mis Just come to a close, uud resulted In about sixty accessions to tho Wanted lnKsnlucky. Ky. Requisitions havti beon Issued by Gov. WJJlson for tho return from indlapa of Jes$o U Hauo, ot Richmond, and Win, Hughes and Jos. Willis, ot Loulsvlllo. They arn under arrest at Indluuauolls. New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, Notions, Etc Call and see our stock. LAWYERS. Tractlce in all tha courts In thi BtDeds, mortgsces and all Mads of contracts. Notary Publlo In oSloa. 'fl'J d Frankfort. iVenb; ' cy HICKMAN, KY. Office Everything ovtr Holcomb't drug ttor. ngalu. Cincinnati Enquirer. church. MiaBerendes&Compinn ELLISON BR05. ANNOUNCE SPECIAL SHOWING AT BARGAIN PRIOBS Many In Lines of New Goods Just Received ff Ladies' Coats Long protective outer garments are demanded this season and we are showing a large assortment of handsome garments of exclusive design and the prices are lower than usual. frExtraordinarpJr J. C. C. Corsets ar cMUUnery bargains! We are now showing a complete assortment of these r corsets in styles to suit every figure and at popular prices. ROYALES A high grade perfect fitting Corset .... 1 COLLEGE GIRL Li Mode, Grecian Hip, the most satiiu corset for the money l Up-to-da- 5 J? to Ladies' Long Coats materials. In black and colors of very serviceable 3.5JD, 5.00, 7. SO, 9.00 Stylish Coats, great bargains at very superior garments, Really worth SIS and $18, our pi ice. Ladies High Grade Long Coats beautifully made and trimmed. 12.50 and 16.00. Wholesale millinery houses are now reducing prices on all New Fall Millinery and we have just received a big assortment of Ladies, Misses and Childrens Trimmed Hats, ready to wear, Caps, Etc., which we bought from to cheaper than we couldthirty days ago. We now offer them for sale at Corsets and Brassieres j . 50 nl ,5c PETERS1 Diamond Brand Shoes Once a Customer Always a Customer To our many friends and customers who will not have anything but A Big Assortment of childrens and misses Cloaks, Bear Skins, Cheviots, Etc., much less than usual, at....l.50, 250, 3.00, 4.00, S.00 Big Reductions 3.50, 4.00 and 5.00 Trimmed Hats. lot, choice A big i "t Ladies Skirts Exclusive Styles K SS g 2.00 3.50 Peter' Shoe But the prices prove that exclusiveness in style need not mean travagance in expenditure. ex- - Handsome 5.00 Hats, at We now announce that our stock is complete in all kinds and sizes of Men's, Wonen's and Children Shoes. The famous Diamond Special for Men 4.00 T I I I O KV miiu numcn u.uuj cannoi uc equated 1 g Efjj perfect fitting, stylish garments of all wool popular materials, gored and plaited models. Skirts usually sold at 7.50 to 10.00. Our prices 6.00, 7 00, 8.00 and 9.00 Fine Tailored Skirts Fine Stylish Pattern Hats, actually worth 7.00 and 8.00, for 4.50 ft An Immense Collection materials, actually worth 3.50 to 7.50. of handsome Tailored Skirts, fine Our 'price 1.S0 to 4.98 Street Hats, great bargains at Ready-to-Wea- r, Etc., in great variety 50c to 2.50 The Black Diamond for Men 2.50, for Women 2.00, for Boys and Girls 1.50, is the best shoe made for the money solid leather ..The Trusts Still Control.. Satisfied? Cheer up. Goalder Johnson run some. The hand shaking is over. Judge Naylor had a close shave. Morgan carried West Hickman. Get ready for four years hence. Garence Reed spent Sunday in Gordon Rice was in H, kmis Sat Dyersbarg. urday. Mrs. Hattie Roper visited Mrs. Miss Lennie Threlkeld hu returned to Woodland after a xuit b J. R. Brown. John Hagan spent a few dayi at Carl Schmidt and wife Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt, of Ua home this week. City, are' the guests of their ice, Allison Tyler and Goalder JohnCarl Schmidt, and wife a few dirt son were in Fulton the first of the this week. week. Saturday evening, Mn. Job 1 Mrs. McMurray and Mrs. Lum Dillon entertained the Embroiduj Carter visited Mrs. Montgomery Club at a Halle ween party. At ft last week. . guests arrived, they were greeted a J. A. Sanger has returned from a the door by two jack o'Unteisi. business trip to Tiptonville and BesProgressive five hundred waiplajei sie, Tenn. Each guest brought some appetuq Mr. and Mrs. Jones, of Fulton, edible, and they were all spread ! visited their daughter, Mrs. Carl gether in the dining roctn, and i3 Schmidt last week. enjoyed the feast. Children's 'Uncle Joe" led 'em a merry chase. Whiskey loses more votes than it makes. And now its County 'Attorney W. Roney. School Shoes cOVV J. 2 . It will coit you nothing to in the Morris came under the wire early gam;. Miss Dora Smith led the county ticket, with 1333 votes. Early returns indicate that champions of Democracy go down in defeat. But Democracy never operated behind closed doors nor threatend to throw a million men out of work if they refused to vote for Bryan; we made a clean fight Johnson must run against Noonon for sheriff; Naylor against Saunders for judge; Noonon against Blake-mor- e It was slow rafting up Salt River for jailer. The Democratic Wednesday morning the water was nominees against the independents. low and the raft well loaded, But, remember, there were some mighty The crowd watching the Courier good fellows on that packet. ' bulletins, wild with enthusiasm when The' race is not ex over. the last precinct was heard from, was finished. rode Goalder Johnson on a rail, made Judge Naylor do a little buck and wing stunt and forced the newly elected county attorney to make a Bryan speech. In fact, there were about twenty speeches made between 11 and 12 o'clock by different members of the crowd, ending up with .i vocal solo by D, B. Wilson. Fulton county is Democratic last and all the time. first The losers have the satisfaction of knowing that they were defeated by good men. East Fulton was he las.t precinct heard from they were three hours behind the rest. The Courier's special county bulletin drew a good crowd.. By "sped al arrangement, wc were able to give the vote in 10 minutes after the count investigate the merits of our Children! School Shoes. We claim much for them, and are prepared to substantiate our claim by the strongest kind of evidence, proof of what we have already accomplished. Parents afe always interested in knowing where they can secure honest, reliable, first quality childrens shoes. We carry a very complete: line, and guar antee satisfaction in every pair we sell. We would be pleased to show you. BRADLEY & PARHAM. CTB ' l FCR VOUT FAVORITE IN THE COURIERS POPULAR LADY CONTEST. S4QO PIANO FREE Kill m if" limn THE HICKMAN COURIER. Pulls the Commercial Wagon up ho Hill of Success, The Courier hag a Spankln' Good Team. Grease A BLUE MARK HERE means thitt your ha expired. Henew promptly If yon wnnt Ibe paper to com to you after this montli tJ the Team that VOLUME 80-H0. the Rxles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Whole ho. Hich Up 2420 1839 81 HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1908. established in the tear 4 0 P. WINS Standing of IN A WALK Official Countij Vote i I ButKentucky Comes Back Into the Fold. State Taft , Wm. H. Taft, President Elect. i i i i i i i i By Associated Press Sta'ei Uabama krkansAi California lolorado . lonncticut Jelawnre Florida j Bryan. I if 'j Q-Eu- JJ 3 5 3e 3 sit 37 81 306 b w I oc sr 46 28 S3 ii g E a . 10 . 11 9 I UJ 12 M 81 6S 3 sie 00 Qrcull Judge: 3 JOwJiSa f Ham Orotsland h.j. .... Hum.. II. J. Moorman . . ins 101 61 75 16ft 17 as 115 s 25 80 30 70 m 64 W 85 26 29 132 4 at 9 44 st am 448 SI 61 91 7 101 9 St 78 178 60 1 2 4 25 64 482 1156 188 274 824 108 ass 3 3 leorgia caho 13 5 Com'h. Attorney: W.H. Hoiter K. L. Smith.. J. 11. Wlckllffe. . 6S 108 12 41 M 16 80 A IN 17 68 10 6 18 23 S 1 674 2 n 3 15 18 Sheriff: llinoii ndiana Dwa 27 . 9 Eanias Dumann fiainc 10 6 16 14 11 15 13 Dave Morgan. Herscbell Johnson. Goalder Johnson . A. (I. Klmliro . L. O. Hoberson 89 8 12 69 21, 4 6 27 5 81 4 19 Wl 108 18 15 227 42 27 47 187 73 St 1S5 148 14 31 170 98 32 48 212 67 10 96 SI 2 88 J 7 27 7 102 15 78 6 168 IS 102 96 38 40 138 81 11 23 6 66 133 0 60 2 51 15 89 4 0 alt 707 678 468 180 994 668 County Clerk: 8.T. Hoper F. It. I). Tajrlor 1X1 67 131 13 9 8. Luten W.K. Matlock. 6 73 29 99 2 107 32 121 16 68 6 32 7 74 6 38 1 2 SO 6 13 2 9 19 County Attorney: laiiachusetts Michigan Past the crow. Fair and cooler. Gov. WUIaon Is wearine a lone face. Fulton county gave Bryan 1511 majority. Got. Folk, of Missouri, was d: ' feated for U. S. Senator. Somewhere the birds are sineintr. but it seems a durn long way off. Fulton furnishes a new countv of ficial Assessor Beadles. Beadles Is Think cf the headaches Wednes-.- ; day. Bryan's majority in the First Dist rict is 10,275. It looks like the I. C. R. R. won in the First District. ..Fulton county gave OHie James, for congressman, 1509. In our opinion, we have seen the Democratic party's finish. The Courier did its best to give all the boys a square deal. J. T. Stephens, our popular postmaster, is quietly enjoying the result of the election. Judge Naylor says Fulton county must have better roads. That's mighty good doctrine "If Taft is elected, we'll have good times," said the Republican orators. Alright, show us. Now that its over, Judge Remley says hurrah for Naylor. He takes his defeat gracefully, and will support the nominee. The Solid South is still unbroken even though the Republican orn gans have claimed a of them for two months past. half-doze- . J. W. Honor For Tatter: Kd Wright JoeNoonon J. H. Jones. HubLowls T. 1 Ilaker T. N. Hmltb Allium Tyler 49 41 91 1? 80 0 22 19 7 60 85 6 28 620 : 2 1 754 218 635 124 422 124 39 85 (innetota liu'mippi (aryland ... 8 85 1 61 130 65 25 lebraika levada lew lew 2L ' . 10 8 8 3 8 71 37 17 34 17 8 137- t 37 II 25 - 19 00 4 3 42 175 6 62 64 6 99 It 18 27 17 11 19 1 5 30 00 27 (JO 1 116 II 122 77 88 7 12 2 3 4 4 620 223 Assessor: John K. McOlcllan.. Hen F.Wilson Will J. Thompson.. Ohas. D. Hoe Ohas. I!fnd !!... . 72 11 104 51 22KS87 82 22 I" 1 6 47 4 SI 3 177 7 11 81 4 211 242 It 11 4 1 4 38 8 3 128 174 09 143 182 100 43 725 23 114 26 0 15 8250, Hill 74S 350 Sir; 499 Hampshire Jcricy lew York Carolina .. Jorth Dakota hio kl&homa 39 23 34 12 4 4 School Sapt: Miss Dora Smith... County Judge: 63 9 39 34 23 1491 12 12 alright. ' U.K. Hemley W. A. Naylor. O.W. Whipple. 101 8 181 28 209 60 14 134 ' ,0 102 1 1 79 80 97 60 SI 91 SO 70 29 11 99 50 166 81 5 14 25 4 749 413 1089 1 frcgon enniylvania ae island Dakota lennessee exai tab oulh outh Carolina . . 4 4 D. Owens, local manager of the Cumberland telephone, deserves much credit for the way he handled the county returns Tuesday night. Somebody at Fulton, late Monday evening, sprung the old gag about Koper not running subject to the primary, although he announced in all the papers that he was subjec to the primary, and authorized them to say he would not run independent if he failed to get the nomination. It was a measley trick, who ever resorted to it. Circuit Clerk: J.W.Morris. J. L. Oollln. . .;. HI 99 67 26 8 200 749 k 3 4 13 5 3 9 12 18 13 CROWING (ermont aihington fiiconsin Wyoming FOR STATE AND COUNTY Carter Sudbcrry Dead. Carter Sudberry died at his home Totals 291 DOUBTFUL. (close) 162 .18 3 in the bottom, Monday, and his re Iiouri (probably Republican) ,e Virginia J (probably Democratic. 8 mains were brought here to the home of his brother, Will Sudberry, in Interments were East Hickman. had Tuesday morning at ten o'clock, and services at the City Cemetery by the Woodmen, of which he was a member. He was well known all over tne oottoms, ana naa many friends here. He had been sick on field for another year, it will certainly a short time. He was a single ly meet with the hearty approval of all of our people here. man and highly respected. Rev. J. W. Waters, pastor of the Methodist Church, will start to conference next Tuesday with a full report on every department of church work. Bro. Waters has had a most successful year at this place, and has made many friends both in and outside his church. If the Bishop should decide to return him to this .1 ! .as- , NOTE This is our Kentucky bird which we were compelled to krep cooped up until the state ring was broken. E74 "3 THE BATES SHOE ..FOR MEN.. Your friends have tried the Bates Shoe- TTjey say they are the best shoes in the world for the money. Why don't you try a pair? All Shp and AJI Lathf I - ...CLOTHING... This season our line of Men's Clothing is stronger than ever before. Men's SuiU in the Newest Styles, with Brown THE DREW SHOE FOR WOMEN tJ The best correct styles and and Green Stripe, at " most dependable shoes made All Styles and Leathers Prices to suit you 3.00 4.00 3.50 5.00 "$5.00 to $20.0- 0- 2.50 3.50 3.00 i NAIFEH BROS. D. C. CO. KENTUCKY: L rl TO HEAD NAVAL AFFAIRS BUbY Glass - - Paints We make a pecialty of DOOR and WIN-DOGLASS and can furnish any ize and shape on short notice. We are agents for LOWE BROS., STANDARD MIXED PAINTS; COLLIER WHITE LEAD and CROWN LINSEED OIL. W Cowgil's Drag Store, ine'd. THE HICKMAN COURIER All persons having clalmt against "Cr.r. Weetera Keatuck Like the Dtw" the estate of Dave Walker, deceased, are hereby notifyed to present W. 0. 8PEKR and J. 0. SEXTON, them to me for allowance on or beEditor and Proprietor. Final Settlement. $.400 $3-5- 0 $3-0- 0 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADVANCE. fore November 20th, 1908, or such claims will be forever tarred. J. P. Leggate, Executor. Roniinr Rmru nnmemt Porklnn of rallfornla, who. It la centrally con ceded, will become chairman of the aenate committer on naval affairs, throimh the death of Senator Alllnon, la connldcrerf it ulrntiR advocate, ot utronE mri flcaUnns on the Pacific coaat. He haa been extenalvrly eneased for many yeara lu ateamihli tranaportatlnn and whale nhmy venture and oy inK rea Prnatnr Perkins wna born at tdence on the western coast knowt Ita nceda Kennebtinknort. Me.. In 1S30. and when 16 yeara old ahippen borore tno man on a vessel bound for San tranclico postoSce) Entrd at u second-clas- s th Hickman, Kentucky, Now that the election is over, let's mail matter. act sensible ; get down to business and do a little boosting for Greater Hickman. Kov. trade-marke- d goods. A well posted woman buys only to her to order by the It is n tremendous protection "name." She takes no risks, for the reputation of a successful product is too valuable to allow any dcten oration. , Joe Cantillion and wife, of Washington, were here Friday and Saturday. Mr. Cantillon is the gentleman who recently bought land just above towiiland will erect a handsome homeland clubhouse. yoiSng man who says he succeed in such a country as this, with all its magnificent opportunities, k the poorest kind of a stick. Why, there are men today who, when they see thaj a young man has the right kind of pluck, are willing to advance him money to build up his business and give him a start. Ther: are the young men, however, who stick, dig and save. What others have done can be performed today by our young men. They are in a great measure the architects of their own fortunes. Upon themselves alone rests the responsibility. They have it in their power to make or unmake', and every young man should earnestly and seriously ask himself which it shall be. Hundreds ol women buy "Queen Quality-shosimply because ten years expert, of us taught them that any shoe stamped "Queen encc has Quality" is sure to be ABSOLUTELY GOOD. More women arc finding this out each season. es to-da- y Other : Folks' : Business Arc lamps? Tel. No. 4 for groceries. Order the Courier today. Oce Harris was in Union City Sun PfsSllEN CABINET JANE AND THE LADDER. Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co. ISWIlPOItATKIV The day. Jim city. Somers spent Sunday In the Best Yet. Helm & 1134567 8 P. WJ! K 13 16 15 14 IT 18 22 25 24 25j262T 26 9 201 Tar pine Lid off Saturday. There was by far too many drunks Saturday and Saturday night. It is common talk that whiskin Hickman ey was furnished by men who are running for office or a large per cent of it. For awhile it required five local officers and as many soldiers to keep order on Clinton street. The crowd in Holle's cafe became so boisterous that it became necessary to close his doors. And Hickman is a local option town, too. A Good Toilet Remedy. Nothing better if as good as Fortune's Witch Hazel and Almond Cream for the skin. It prevents chapped hands and rough skin with out being greasy and sticky. Price 25c a bottle. For sale by your local druggist. The Judge in New York, who a few days ago refused to allow the records in a divorce case to be seal ed because there was a preacher in volved, is a man whose example should be more generally followed. suggested When the attorneys secrecy because a minister of the the Judge gospel was asked where he was. "Preaching in Missouri" was the answer, "Preaching 1'' exclaimed the judge "then let the records be published " There is too much of a tendency up on the part of some people to shield a preacher guilty of wrong doing It is not so much the man as it is the church that causes this mistaken "charity" Preachers have broken up homes and caused heartaches and sorrows, while the members of their churches have upheld them and spurned the victims, just because of the injury that might result to "their church." God pity the narrow "churchanity" of people who would hold the fancied good name of any church or any person above the sacredness of a girl's honor or hc chastity of a home. Ellison. For good steak, see Wright, West Hickman. Quaker oats 2 big boxes for 25c. Phone 38. Mr. Matson, of Madrid Bend, was here Friday. Chester Bondurant was in Union City Friday. Mr. J. B. Wyckliffe, of Wyckliffe, was here Friday. Krisp Cakes and Crackers at C. H. Moore s. Mrs. Nat Cobb, of Dorena was here Friday shopping. Carmen Crawford, of Dorena, was here Saturday shopping. Mrs. Harry Ellison has returned from a few days' visit to Dawson Springs. Misses Icie Hale and Estelle Reneau were Union City visitors E-v- -r Saturday. ( Notice Taxpayers. Your state and county taxes for the year 1903 are now due, and you can save extray cost by paying ear ly. You can find either myself or deputy, Goalder Johnson, at our office at Hickman or City National bank, at Fulton. Respectfully, Jas. T. Seat, Sheriff F. C. Engraved cards and embossed tationery and cards of every description at this office. FOR SALE Several good milk cows with calves. J. D. Cole, Hick man, R. F. D. 2. 21p. FOR SALE 20 pounds good new goose feathers. Mrs. Minnie Cole, 21p. Hickman, R. F. D. 2. The best coffee in the world for 20c a pound. Wc can prove it Bettcrsworth & Parther. Cold Weather Is Coming Now in tlio timo to fill your bin with !! C oal Wo GOOD, CLEAN, FRESH Hondlo BON AIR Will and TRADE WATER & Coal as soon as have plenty of Pittsburgh Cool , Ohio river boats can run Hickman Ice Co JPtione Incorporated HXTo- - 48 Mrs. Nannie Cloar has returned to Troy, Tenn., after a visit to her leaf. daughter, Mrs. Nola Oman. Tickling, tight Coughs, can be If its in the grocery line, we can surely and quickly loosened with a sell it as cheap and as gcod as any prescription Druggists are dispensing body. Bettcrsworth & Prather. everywhere as Dr, Snoop's Cough Patronize Wright's meat market Remedy. And it is so very, very Fresh and cured different than common cough mediin West Hickman, cines. No Opium, no Chloroform, meats of all kinds. Prices right Cascade Flour. If you haven't absolutely nothing harsh or unsafe. tried it yet you haven't had the The tender leaves of a harmless, lung healingmountainous shrub, gives best. Call No. 4 C. H. Moore. the curative properties to Dr. Shoop's Mrs. Joe Polhamus, of Dorena, Cough Remedy. Those leaves have arid sister, Mrs. Dick Bryant, of the power to calm the most distressEast Prairie, were here Friday shop ing Cough and to soothe and heal ping. the most sensitive bronchial memshovels, Stoves, coal buckets, brane. Mothers should, for safety's pipe, boards and everything in the sake alone, always demand Dr. stove line. Prices right. Betters Shoop's. It can with perfect freeworth & Prather. dom be given to even the youngest Don't pay an agent 50c for the babes. Test it yourself and see. when Sold by all dealers. Weekly Commercial-Appea- l, you can get the Hickman Courier and Commercial both a year for Friday afternoon, from 2 :30 to 5 $1.25. o'clock, the ladles of the EmbroiJerry Porter, of Clinton, Ky., dery Club were delightfully entertained by Mrs. C, L. Walker. As usual originator of Porter's "Tuff-Glass- " lamp chimneys, which have a nation they had an enjoyable time. An exal fame on their merits, is now nut cellent salad course was served, Beting on the market Porter's ''tuff sides the club members, there were Steel" Razors, every razor bearing several invited guests. Mr. Porters name on the blade, and he is advertising it as the best Jf you use a pulverized or ground razor made and the people are going coffee you can get an extra fine one to believe just what Jerry Porter from C. H. Moore at 25c per pound, says about it. 1 nn.l ottirr tUH publishers of this paper first came'to Urn. Due youn orchard, . ir, uipl of ail. whtn your houe. Owner li anitout to Union City the question of endorsing aweetbeart I etana ! acre will net II. AiUUIm Ins below. drainage of Reelfoot Lake was application. for a the With her apron ouutrelched orlic. submitted to us. We declined to No.tO ) acre Jutl eH cf Mert 1 apron And you threw a bit wild, and i'jt bou discuss It, believing that the inter nrr Mill, (lootkk1 TOU HUM. joant v: jvi fair condition. Into 'Caue you're lookla' atralsht ests of the majority would not be feur around the plm alairurir ejpe. ii i benefited. Later the control of the fencet. Itler doee mt ! rurcluteer ran make Upe're While you talk of the pita that your fishing privileges came Into the veetmenU If you want a twit!:) nil mother will make. And you coax Jan to pattern right rne'!nw courts by litigants who claimed titles thlauflleo. I'rlce, after: rll larntl farm No. Then you tell her th cherrlea are red to the lands upon which the waters . aa her Hoe. room dwelling-- S tenant lio:wv 'Wrl eonc. blrd'a And awtt aa th courts decided in favor lacco latriit, 1 lrst it rest. The lorai WrtJ laughter. holders of titles afterwards tcaleeuoulbtllldlnirt., t xet.i , iVM of the Half in'.lelo.wrl and croe-rhcd- . e none of th "lattat Improvement' organized as the West Tennessee halt mile to acbool houw ca rtnlr for m; telephone tine and ibcrtiiiit I awan. I crow madder and madder. Land Co. Whether these titles are anil To think any platform could blot froi two root market. "cre nlun rov view good or not it was not our province An Ideal farm. Adjoliilo led 'M mad th Mam'ry' picture of Jan per acre thu n-- . I to question since the courts had de- Mld for Udder. cliaxi IQ leu on the acre. A nan. cided the matter. But it is our be- menu In yof orchard ' Salad Cup. U People seem to have cone daft over lief that fishing and hunting on Reel-fo- a bariraln, aik for No, salads lately, and It la cot only neces- Lake should be open to everyalnnl rfiilntr. Mn- - liat foa t aary to make a good salad, It must be body without toll or royalty, and ll.to(etlir with other icr prettily served, too. For vegetable or meat aalada, make that the State should buy the land, ncre eleeired. reel tn tlinlr tectedliylhenewao' me cuds of the vecetables raw tomatoea reimbursing the West' Tennessee erU cuttlne-- nr crope c'alUih" out. or potatoes and turnips hollowed land Co theamountexpendedby them place each year, arxtltie olau" If carefully boiled. caan nowirnwIriB will l cupa are in acquiring these titles. This opin- fertility. Itrnti temlilr For potato salad raw onion very nice. Oraniei, apples, melons, ion is held by a great many people Price very rrnwnablf etc, all make pretty receptacles for fruit salads, and bananaa peeled and and it seems to us the proper soluMoney to Loan. cut In two look pretty. Or, slice them tion of the trouble. By this means it lengthwise, and pile together, making will create a better feeling between I ran mnU farm t.3 S bFsJ a fence In which the salad rests with wj county, Ky.,a t,. dressing on top. It la not wasteful to all people concerned. At the same " any of these for cups, since th time the murder, because committed cent ner annum on i.th use N pulp of all may be served and used la by Night Riders, is not any less mur- cd farminc lands, value .U hnlf thi. r.-the body of the dlih. Waterercaa or nasturtium leaves make a pleasant der and should be punished the hf loaned. Loans riJ f5'i variety front the Inevitable Itttace same as that committed by any other years with privilege U (uk Should Be State Property. they NEW chrir-plfkt- r adrertlee now. The following editorial from the A wood platform put undr th tree. expresses nut I'm not to (ond of Union City Commercial e ma- - our sentiments the regarding Keelfoot . chine. lad-dLake. There is no doubt the fact Th for tatt that the mercenary motives of a few They ay you can walk lawyers is the real cause of the lake on It all 'round the tree! troubles, but the object now is to setAnd It ain't In th way tle the matter permanently while it not at all. But plckln' th cherrl ey . is in the courts. I pleaaure to in; And I'll rttk an oc The Commercial says j "When the atonal fall. new-etyltr 'I I I I I I 11 t I l I I M tt I I MH for trrnit. locution or )l'if' .in call n or ariitreM The II. isii, iM'VH' t' i '!' Farms For Sail lit Xu.Jl-Icfive-roo- m re Uiul.S mllee tielow lllckm cultivation, reel tliutwr f tik wot bout. outhou.. el r MUiUtlDU iObuiliUcorn,I.Ulo Wm luuxifmil JiwJ A iruud Inveitmeut. No.lt-K- 7 acree land one Clout I. a tn U.1 ilcl Bt .j'wJ nr hr 1 li hr 1 T tl ot ' ''" is ra'" !' tre!l sii s--1 criminal." Threlkled & Schmidt will and press your clothes, and make necessary repairs, at very reason0. SrRADUK, able prices. Over Rice's Shoe Store. ion City, Tenn or makine anv size part intervals of clean desired at after the explratin I J1 AttyU W'' NOTICE: . Your Water and Light rent is due on the by FIRST OF EACH MONTH, and if not paid the TENTH will be cut off. ThU took effect November I, 1006. Pay at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co at the Ice factory. office Office open from 7 a. m. until 6 p. m. day except Sunday; and on the 9th and I0d each month it is open until 9 p. m. nj Hickman Ice & Coal Co., A. I 0. CARUTHERS, Mgr. The Rage of the Farmer fable A certain man was in the habit of monkey round Season the smart garment. JJccnusc it happily combines the dash and dignity of the old French empire this model has Jiavc pronounced tliis iikxIcI the cleverest of the year. Notice the raised waist line, the circular skirt effect, the hut-toof cloth. Everywhere is that foreign touch which makes vr ns been named The Empress Josephine' This is one of our complete line of " Hischof " garI?or variety of design and pattern, for correct-ti- c ment . t style, for exceptional wearing value, you have i nc.ir seen goods to compare with these. btop in tomorrow. Sec for yourself. Iook for the '11 S & S." label. . faots as above - ' - - - $ 2.20 1 bthersfrom A Full $5.00 to $25.00 Line of Children's Coati At All Prices SMITH & AMBERG The Best hamli reaches iVin ii Fortune'! Witch t rc.igh la:ci -i Almond Cream. Kid ci bf worn immediately at- pel I: ui jig, at it is not greasy or sticky : c!h'r remedies of its kind. For sale by your local Pnr'.f for chapped s- Speed-Salmo- Sunday evening, at the home of the bride in West Hickman, Miss Irene Speed and Lee Salmon were united in matrimony, Rev. Oscar Salmon officiating. Mrs. Speed is seventeen years old and the daughter of R. S. Speed, one of our furniture dealers, and is one of the most popular girls "ln West Hickman. promptly driven from Lee Salmon is'a son of Sam Salmon, .blood with Dr Shoop's Rheuma-:Rraed- y and well kcown to Hickman people. Dont waste tlmt with He is twenty-tw- o years old. iaan remedies. A test will sure-te- .. The Courier, with their many Ir tablet or liquid form. friends, extend best wishes: Li by ail dealers m Miss Paralee Kelley, of Dorena, cane a speciality of cleaning was here Saturday shopping. g Ladies' skirts. Threld- The Courier and the weekly Commetli d S. hrcidt -- over Rice's Shoe rcial-Appeal one year for SI. 25. We :d press.r For Sprains and bri" It ' I''n'meilt ,s 11,0 cs rcmccty for sprains 'p'u ts the pain at once, and can be applied to the r'urcst nart without hurting because it dochiVt need t'i n,b.bcd--- a" )'o have to do is to lay it on is,a powerful preparation and penetrates hit ant i relieves any inflammation and congestion, and r duces the swelling. . far from home after more easily adjusted the curfew has rung." Moral. If boastlngand making a great deal of to your income by the talk about what he intends to do. you have a good home young man, use of a checking ac"This man," said a neighbor, "re- stay there. count. From month to minds me of the weather in Western , A fox seenlng a fowl tied under month you have an exKansas 20 years ago. what seemed to be a box, and with act record of all money He Is full of wind all the time and in easy reach, sauntered up and received and paid out. he clouds up 20 times a day but made a close examination. After never rains." A checking account is sniffing about for some time the fox an indicator that helps turned and trotted slowly away. A bright Hickman youth was sent On the road way from the box he you to keep your Into school for the first time. The come ahead of your met a coon, who was also out lookteacher called him up and pointing ing for chicken, and who had seen expenditures. to the letter A asked him what it the fowl at a distance. "Why," was. The boy looted at her in In addition to keepasked the coon, "did you let that scorn for a moment and then said, ing your money soft snap go? Arn't you hungry for It" pears to me that if you have to chickenj today?" "Hungry?" ansa checkask a little teller like me what that ing account is convenwered the fox, "well, I should rise is you had better be hunting you an ient, it gives you safety to ejaculrte that I am hungry ; never other Job". for your funds and a have had a better appetite and less receipt for ever bill An Oklahoma real estate agent to satisfy it than right now ; but I paid. died and passed down below and recollect that a good friend of mine only a few weeks ago went after a knocked at the gate for admisson. THE His name was sent in to headqarters soft snap just like the one you see but in a few minutes word came over yonder, and yesterday I hapback from his satanic majesty: pened to be passing the house of the Don't fet him in. 1 have held the man who ownes this neck of woods Hickman, Kentucky. title of the prince of hell ever since and I saw the hide of my friend angel." How much sacrifice do such poor hell started and I don't propose to-- hanging out by the barn.'' Fear Another Earthquake. mothers make on the altar of perlet any mao in here who can beat There was once a coward man sonal vanity, and how little time A special from Paducah says: me at my own game. who simply could not stand up and and temper must be left to devote to People of Western Kentucky and fight anybody. One day a bully got A teacher was instructing a class the spiritual training of the child. Missouri, residing on the Mississipof boys in history and at the same after the coward, who started to run. What a lack there is in such a home pi river, fear destruction by earthtime endeavoring to impart a few The bully pursued and at about of the true spirit of motherhood, of quake, shocks being felt, the earth moral lessons. Speaking of the every jump planted a kick on the that tender care which the child will cracking and a big landslide occur- Fin-all- y cherry tree incident she asked the bosom of the coward's pants. remember in after years, and which ring at Cape Girardeau, Mo., a few they came to a high stone wall will boy at the head of the class if it was help to guide him aright over days ago. Old residents remember not a noble thing for little George which the coward could not climb the 'pitfalls that beset every path. several quakes when the Mississippi Washington to do when he owned over. Seeing this the bully landed The boy who looks upon his home rocked out of its banks. up to the whole transaction. "Noble the kicks faster than every when as a place for the display of nervous nothing," said the boy. "George the coward, concluded that it was irritation that comes from overwork, Former Mayor Dead. knew that the old man was onto death any way, turned, grabbed the where everything is sacrificed to the Hon. Charles Reed, former Mayor him all right, all right. W'at would bully, downed him and when he got love of show and no place is left for of Paducah,. died Thursday night. through with his tormentor his nearbe the use of lyin' when it wouldn't the angel of rest and peace, will Mr. Reed was four times elected est relatives would have had hard do no good." leave it at his first opportunity, and Mayor and several times was a memwork to recognize him. The next at the same time his training has ill ber of the. General Council. He ' A dog that contracted the evil day the bully was seen with both fitted him to meet the great tempta- was a Confederate Veteran and a habit of running about at night was eyes closed, one ear torn loose, tions outside. pioneer hotel man, having been the accosted by a hunk of bologna hang- seven teeth gone and a bump the first proprietor of both the New CHANGED BY KINDNESS. ing In front of a meat market, fol- size of a walnut on his head. Richmond House and the Palmer lows : "Young fellow a year or two "We were married thirty-seve- n "What is the trouble with you?" ago 1 got gay and ran away from a asked the astonished friend vears." a man said, who had lost House in that city. At the time of good home myself, I hadn't been fool his wife, "and in all that time sheih is death he was president of the "Just another case of a gone long until I met with a fellow who didn' know when he had struck never gave me a cross word. But I Palmer house Company. who was doing a land office business the limit." answered the bully, as shall never forget the first time I Horace Kendall Caught. In stray dogs and you see where I he applied a piece of silver to his scolded her. One morning when Horace Kendall, who is charged we had been married two years, I am now. Take my advice, and don't blackened optic. found a button off may shirt. I with criminally assaulting Valda daughter of if to speak is to condemn threw the garment at her, and said Lee, the speech, Such charity hears the tales of slan- in a rough voice, 'Sew a button on? William Lee,, who lives fourteen ouner s der, but does not repeat it; listens in She got a button and sewed it on, miles south of this place, was arrest, silence, but forbears comment; then saying, 'Forgive me, husband, 1 had ed Friday by Sheriff C. A. Brass-fielof Weakley County about five locks the unpleasant secret up in the a great deal to do yesterday, and I forgot it ; but it shall never happen miles northeast of Dresden at a There are too many fathers who very depths of his heart. Silence will tie up the dog and let the boy can still rumor; it is speech that again.' Her gentle words almost small county store, where he was at When Sherkeeps a story alive, and lends it broke my heart. I could have gone work invoicing goods. run loose. vigor. It is in the kind and gentle down on ray knees to ask her for- iff Brassfield approached Kendall he giveness. She made a different man denied that he was the party, and Some women are awful touchy. A heait that charity abides with the of me, and the world has been a dif- said that he did not know anything widow has brought an action against peacefulness of a dove. There it ferent place since she died." about the charge, but finally, on bea paper which said that her husband makes its home, and by the word ing closely questioned, said, "Boys, withheld, and the kindly one out had gone to a happier home. Those who habitually correct their I am your man." He wss then tak spoken, we have the sign of the dove of peace nestling In the heart. For children in their faults by whipping en to Union City and placed in jail. What is needed most of ill in kind words are like "apples of gold and boxing them, must not be surbringing up children Is example. Hickman Lodge 761 prised when they find them slapping in pictures of silver." F. & A. M. What they see and hear and take in them In return, and rough and abusby absorption in their young years, They are Hickman Lodge No. 761, F. & ive towards one another. OVER DRESS. will, in most cases, become the rulsimply trying to enforce their own A. M., will meet in regular commu Too many mothers consider their next Monday night at 7 :30. ing traits of their lives. Parents little ideas of right as they have nication Visiting brothers cordially invited. children as simply objects for the rarely fully realize to what extent seen their elders do. The mother C. P. Shumate, Master. they stand as models to their chil display of their own vanity and who' spends most of her time fussing H. N. Cowgill, Sec'y. pride. Little Mary must be kept in dren. over the wardrobes of their children Work in F. C. Degrees. pure white clothes all the season and herself, starching, ironing and There is no surer safeguard through, though neither the father's decorating and making them fashionagainst the temptations that come to purse nor the mother's strength is IN FRESH COLDS able, will find the lesson she taught young men and women than a love sufficient to provide the numberless cropping out in dudeism;ln vanity e for home. It has brought back and changes necessary. Instead of that prevents the development of held many a wanderer in a safe dressing the child in sensible frocks solid character and useful habits. Is a most successful remedy place. It Is something not only to of blue flannel, such as millionaire's The father who smokes and drinks breaking up a cough in a lew love home but to know that you love children are a shamed to wear for and spends his substance in riotous hours. At night it renders breathliving, will have better luck than it and to know that you are happier play dresses, every effort is strained ing easy and you get restful management if his children turn out at home than in any other spot on to reach this false ideal of dress to be strong, healthy and honorable sleep. which the mother has set up for citizens. earth. over-dresse- d over-dresse- herself. She sits up into the wee small hours of the night working on dainty gowns in which all the child ith impulses for play are stifled forever In dress array. The over-dres- s ed child Is always the unhappy child. She is a pert miss who has learned early to regard overmuch the pomps and vanities of life, or she is a poor little discontented victim, who has never had a chance for childish play, and looks with envy at the ragged, little, tumbling urchins who make mud pies on the roadsides. The boy is even more d girl. unhappy than the The Little Lord Fauntleroy boys who were en a few years ago In their velvet suits, though they were picturesque, were a very unhappy set of little gentlemen, and were probably very thankful when the fashion changed and they could wear blue flannel sailor suits and double-knee- d trousers, and play marbles ad libitum. "Do you like your suit, Johnnie ?" said a visitor to a boy in long blonde curls and Fauntleroy dress. "Naw," he replied. "I don't like to e ba girl. It's my ma wants me to be a little -- THE- COST OP LIVING HICKMAN BANK 11 J 1 d, A Tar-Pin- The soonei childern are brought Sloan's Liniment -- to understand that idleness is a crime, and that no amount of fine culture can make them pass for valuable in the world's eys if they are unable to earn a livelihood, and so must become REMODELING We SALE. "hangers on" for others to support, the better for them. That daughter helps her mother cook scrub, is far more worthy than who only paints and plays, obliges her overworked father to a servant that she may not soil dainty hands. who is an excellent antiseptic and genu killer heals cuts, burns, wounds and contusions, and will draw the poison from sting of poisonous insects. I'rlcc, lifio., rUc, Mint and she and pay her We will make special prices on any piece of furniture in our house for the next 30 days as our already large quarters are being remodeled and greatly increased and we have to make room for the mechanics. s X Tap Freight on all out of Town Shipments of $10,00 or Over, i 91.00. Dr. Earl S.Sloan.r Boston.r Mass..t U.S.A. ftluau'i book uii tiuro, aUI, li ml poult rjr tmt fr. There is a charity that consists in FTJKNTTORID CO LIGONUNION (UTY, TENN. STOllW 1U IONIC BMO withholding words, in keeping back hatsh judgments, In abstaining from eve itKSinjflNCn: ii ionic as day and wind up the evidence to be Soldiers Assault Citizen. submitted to the grand jury as quickAn advertising agent, traveling by About all the soldiers could do at ly as possible so that indictments boat down the river, Redfoot Lake, has been done. Very may be returned by the latter part by three soldiers here was assaulted yesterday, cn few families In that section have fall of the week. Clinton street, and suffered a haJ ed to be arretted and taken to Camp scalp wound, by being hit with a reNemo, where they have been subject Resolutions of Respect. volver. Tne man is from Min ed to a rigid examination concerning Whereas, It has pleased Almighty their knowledge o f night riding. God to remove from our midst, Sov- neapolis Warrants will probably be issued tot the soldiers who tooic Now that their work is done, it Is up ereign Carter Sudberry, and take part in the encounter. Thi agent to th: court to convict. him to dwell in Mansions in the sky, claims that the soldiers were walking The court is in special session at thererefore be it down the street three abreast, and in Union City now for that purpose, Resolved, That in his death, Elm passing them he ran against one and developments may be expected Camp No. 3, W. He asked the man's par0. W. has lost a by the latter part of the week. true and faithful member, his par- don, but the three met up with him "We know who fired the shot and ents, brothers and sisters, a fond again and gave him a cursing. He put the rops around Rankin's neck," and loving son and brother slapped one of the soldiers and one, said Gov. Patterson. That we sympathise with them standing behind him, rapped him "The proof which has thus far de- and mourn with them in their loss, over the head with his gun. veloped is positive, as the guilt of but we commend them to the covensome of the men under arrest and ant keeping God who guards and Halloween Party. implicates many others. This will keeps his own One of the most enjoyable affairs all be presented to the court at the That a copy of these Resolutions among the younger people, was the proper time and a long step has been be spread on the minutes of the Halloween party given Friday even taken to discover and suppress law Camp Records, a copy be given to lessness in this region. Conditions the Hickman Courier for publication ing by Miss Rose Campbell to her many school friends. As the guests the night have been extremely bad, and a copy be given to the parents. arrived, they were received by Missriders going from one lawless act to The es Campbell and Ola Monan. J. F. Easley, another until culmination came with T. J. Robertson, hall and parlor were beautifully dec of Capt. Rankin and the the murder Ben J. Newton. orated with fall leaves and ever attempted murder of Col. Taylor. greens, and sottly lighted with canWe know who fired the shot and who dles. After the strings were run, Resolutions of Respect. put the rope around Rankin's neck. fortune telling by a "Ghost created number of men actually at "The Whereas, it hath pleased the Su- much merriment. There were three the killing was probably not more preme Architect of the Universe to than ten men, while some stood guard take from Elm Camp 3, W. O. W., tables and progressive needles, popand others held the horses. The our brother and Sovereign James corn and rice were sources of fun. whole number engaged in the under- Miles to the brighter world beyond, Later, both instrumental and vocal music by Misses Fuqua, Johnson and taking did not exceed thirty-fivtherefore be it Lois Bartlett was enjoyed. Jack 0' The inquiry will be further prosecutResolved, That in his death our ed and the state will have ample Camp has lost a worthy and faithful lanterns were placed over the yard, The evening and in dark places. evidence to convict." member, and his wife and little child was indeed a delightful one. A It is learned that Frank Ferriner's a kind and loving husband and salad course was served. was full and complete; father confession that he says he was with the men Special for Farmers. That, this Camp extends to them t who took Rankin and Taylor to the our heartfelt sympathy For the next ten days we will sell bank of the slough ; that he told the That, we do not attempt to explain nice dry cotton seed at the following name of the man who pulled the rope lifting the mob's victim into the air, why he was taken away while so prices : Sacked, $17 per ton. and the name of the man who fired young, but our answer is found if Loose, SIS per ton. the first shot into Rankin's body. their trust is in Him who doeth all Farmers Gin and Grain Co. The confessions of Hogg and Morris things well That, a copy of these resolutions are also said to be complete. Hogg, Death in Bottom. it is said, was one of the four men be spread on the minutes of the who guarded the horses near the Camp, a copy given to the Hickman James Miles, aged 25 years, rescene of murder, while Morris stood Courier for publication and a copy siding near Blue Pond, died at his guaid around the house when the be given to the widow and orphan. home Tuesday, of malarial fever. H. L. King, leaders went in after Rankin and Miles has resided in this section Homer. King, for about two years, coming here Taylor. Sude Naifeh. from Breathitt county. The confessions of Ferriner, Hogg and Morris substantiate, it is said, Burial at the city cemetery yesBack to School Monday. terday, conducted by the W. 0. W. that of Tid Burton, who is said to have spread the news among the Unless there are new develope-ment- s, in which order he carried SI, 000 in night riders that Rankin and Taylor the pupils of the primary surance. He leaves a wife and one child to were at Walnut Log. These three grade, which have been temporarily will be used as state's witnesses. mcurn his loss. suspended on account of scarlet fevFerriner, who is well known in er, will start back in school Monday. Card of Thanks. Hickman, where he has spent much Dr. Baltzer, President City Board Thanksgiving next. time in jail, is the oldest of the trio, of We desire to express our sincere a Courier repor Health, inform years .old. ter that the the fever patients have thanks to the people of Hickman and being about tkiity-fiv- e The river is rising slowly. The others are mere boys of sixteen about all recovered, and further community for their kindness during Three weeks Mill Thanksgiving. or eighteen years of age apparent- trouble is hardly expected.' the recent illness and death of our ly uneducated country boys. T. N. Smith is here from Fulton brother, Carter Sudberry. May God today. It is the State's intention to have W. Williams beat Squire An bless them J. all the witnesses it Union City to mons for magistrate by 43 votes. William T. Sudberry. Mrs. E. H. Bowden is on the sick list this week. G. W. Manees was here from Cay-cIs Watched With Interest. i Bill's Elected President! AND Hickman Hdw. Co. Leads All Others . e. OUR PRICES ARE LOW QUALITY THE BEST EVER Our Treatment You Know. Plenty of Water and a Good Fire. We Have The Goods HICKMAN HARDWARE CO. INCORPORATED Good Home Recipt, Get from any prescnp'.;aphi.i cm me lonowtng Fluid Extract Dandelion, ctt-ounce ; Compound Karros, ounce: Compound Syrup Siru?i rtlla, three ounces. Shake well in a bott ni til; teaspoonful dose afttr nrl and at bedtime. The above is cor.suerfj i prescription most certain written to relieve Backacbr Ef Trouble. Weak Bladier a4 forms of Urinary difficj ' tu TV mixture acts promptly on tfcetlsis live tissues of the Kidnejs, ouiil them to filter and stran thtunei ind other waste matter froafrl blood which causes Rhejciuis. 'is Some persons who afflictions may not feel inrictJf nlace much confidence in tt.s ISPI mixture, yet those who taverns say the results are iitr.f y Inir Ihf hMna effected the slightest injury to tfcesl:W other organs. Mix some and etve it a certainly comes highlv recoBsej 1 ed. It is the bresf rspticn eminent authority, who:- - "tire tfl i . was fiwauulal on. t i by it. A tiruc eiit here a' tit1 nctrl atnlMrl that hp fr supply the .ingredients cr siu piescription for our rei commend It as harmless Rochester Nickel-Elate-d fSV . Hi isp IIP 1 BBP" I mm In New Thing Hickman A - WsTC Non-RusUb- le For Christmas We have just received our big line of holiday goods including the Looks like it will never rain again. Mrs. Roy Clark, of Woodland, visited here Monday. Sam Salmon returned to Hales Point, Tenn., Tuesday. R H. Nanney, a shoe maker at Union City, was robbed of $150 and a gold watch by pickpockets Sunday afternoon. yesterday. Forest fires in the river bottoms Is Order your 'Narcissus bulbs at filling the atmosphere in these parts with smoke the fires have been once from Miss Frankye Reid. raging many days. wife of A noy was born to the Mrs. James Koger and daughter, King Henderson, at Lodgton Mon day. Mrs. vt. v. uivthe. of Paducah. Mrs. Maggie Randle has returned and Mrs. Jno. Bell, of Washington from a visit to Mrs. Horace Luten, D. C, are expected to arrive in Hickman today to visit Mrs. R. M. at Fulton. liler. Jack Bynum moved his family One of the biceest rallies ever from Harris Station, Tenn. to Hick-maheld io the county was that held at Monday. ruuon, Aionaay oigm, when ien. The Halloween prankers soaped Jeff Davis, of Arkansas, delivered a most of the windows In Hickman red hot speech. A number of Hick- Saturday night. manites attended. H. N. Seat is here from Crutch-fielAt the Methodist Church Sunday today, the guest of his brother, morning, the subject will be "God's Sheriff J. T. Seat. Mountains mat are Above the L. J. Wilson, of Jackson, Tenn., Clouds." At 7:15 p. m. the pastor was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Sam win deliver a message to the vouncr neoDle. A cordial invitation . Salmon, Monday. tended to all friends to attend these See the Pyrography win- services. Good music. This will be dow at H. T. Beale's New the last service the castor will hold before goto? to conference, and it is Book Store. hoped that all members will be pres The Embridery Club will be en- ent. Mrs". tertained Friday afternoon by Charles B. Travis. e, n, d, 1 iHf h new Rochester such as Nickel-Plate- d Ware, Chafing Dishes. Serving Dishes, Baking Dishes, Coffee m nt. in l h. Pots, Cream Pitchers, Sugar Bowls, mating uisti sets and Everything for Kitchen and Dinning Room. w w nf all -for Christmas combining service and elecrant U Chinaware, Carv design. A fine line of Hand-painte- d ing bets and many userul articles. v ' we want you to see this new line the most -- Mrs. Kate Doss and daughter, Miss Cassie Doss, of Dorena, were here Wednesday shopping. Miss Mabel Wilson will return home from Hopklnsvtlle, Saturday, where she has been visiting. It looks like K. J. Bugg was reelected Circuit Judge and R. L. Smith Commonwealths Attorney. The fall is the best time to put out roses and flower bulbs. Give vour orders to Miss Frankye Reld at once. Mrs. Emma Stephens is in May- field this week attending a meeting of the Christian Woman's Board of Missions and Bible School. i o.t.. ten lie t luian fatty i.r. ituuay tut l lake to spend several days. They are Sam Luten, Ernest Johnson, H. F. Remley and S. L. Dodds and fami lies. Thursday afternoon, from 3 to 4 o'clock, Mrs, Henry Cowgill entertained the ladies of the Episcopal Guild. Tea and a salad course were . J)rog Talks... Worth Heeding This fact is recognized all the world over. Any person on receiving" a pre-scripti- William Jennings Bryan. RivinoirK! be President the one RrfitpoB! ambition of his life, WuM J? nOVPf C'XSt " ' ninn. Tlivin lo lh milllnn vhft niVC him Ihroiiah three campfp' three defeats the noblest f:g his time. T n nlrt him) 't. COSSsl ""- E till B II t. . ; jive as io give new i io b word character, and to pUce the men of his day anl g" B on !. 1 Take Our Jidvice and Buy Early This Time. Farmers Hardware Co. Incorporated. from a doctor has the privilege of taking I r u ucw j.-- l ut t,.i Itr it to any drug store he or nA tIU ,(icltit iu;; A 4... tlU.lli she many prefer. Of our Fcr twelve years, he stow prescription work we have white light of party p'uu'" n.nalnn. nartu r i to say it is continually r -i nn I... tCfU watched over by a regis- nf hi. h i.tr.mi-- the cMK 80,000,000 of his fello tered pharmacist and noth...., hit mi- ( ing but high quality drugs ror weiyc r-yea - mti r -. initi. nil mimic : " hire and chemicals are used. open book ana us reaut..-oft- en 'nto"'1 I " T? 1 ...-rm W3C- - , - been enemies than w m Mrvtd. Helm & EHi&on. II R. R. Isler spent ton. , Mc Jay 1' sV - J ,. Gen. Tyler Talks A GENUINE EDISON And 12 "PHONOGRAPH Records Edison for only $29.20 The lowest price ever offered on this fine outfit. All we ask is a small payment down and $1 a week until paid. new larre liorn anil Kdlson Standard IIKSCHIITtON. I'lioiioirapli, equipped Willi Mr. Kdlson's il Kdlson Oold Moulded IteeoriNof jnurown selection. Gen. H, A Tyler made a rousing Democratic speech at the opera house Monday night, and had by far the largest audience that has assem bled there this year. While the General did not confine himself to political issues alone, his audrets was highly entertaining more so prcbably by reason of his touching ''all corners " Among the many other, matters of local interest, he cited the Reelfoot Every day of Come in and all the latest hlli II hear the new Edlion Records thai 'play 4 2 minutei twice at long ac toher makes. Free Concert: ELLISON Lnftrence at Covington. it Annual Conference Wednesday, at Cov-T- e tetrM " I'ishop Hoss prcsld- , , i BROS., Hickman. Ky. Home Endorsement. BUYINQ MADE EASY. Ihnlred of Hickman Citizen Can Tell Yon All About It. mposea oi vycii lui- - W'st Tennessee. ,.,t tleti It. F ut Jio preacners present. hx 're r and F. T. Ran. i licir. n represent the church h- capacity of the Movement. ayaa i i Ccn H kle, who has been lit Bent r t.H several months . Ij .'h !r.jrderlng her hus- H.l1c, pleaded guilty Juring (he session L;tc.rt 'hn week, and was ted to the penitentiary for five Tt mi Duvall, who was 'ment for improper tder LtjtaM'S Htnkle, pleaded S50 and cost. .ndwai 'l In H'ra. hsnfs f.-- M e Fr endihipt. tt .rki Hindi- - Intoly o W do ur K loer to i ' JVrhapii.too, lino or c!oo n invn. Per-m- r busy tnoUurn nolo In st .1u i ftt CJ'I I interchanges an it now n and man. as Horn's endorsement, the public expression of Hickman people, should be evidence beyond dispute for every Hickman reader. Surely the expert ence of friends and neighbors, cheerfully given by them, will carry more weight than the uttennces of strangers residing In faraway places. Read the following : A. J. Hunziker, East Hickman, "SVes alive, Hiram. How could you Ky,, says; "I cannot say too afford Itr In favor of Doan's Kidney 'That's all right, Maria. Thojr boM much Pills as they bad a truly wonderful mo that cold brick on thrtr now stnllinont ilnn a dollar a reck. " effect upon my kidneys. I suffered for some years from attacks of kidney trouble. At times there was a dull aching across the small of you wish to have your my back and through my loins, prescriptions filled Qlck' which made me miserable. A short ly Accurately take time ago I procured Doan's Kidney Pills at Helm & Ellison's drug store them to and through their use found entire relief from my troubles." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 ' Co., Buffalo, you may get your cents. Foster-Milbur- n where Drug wants at New York, sole agents for the Unitany hour ed States. Remember the name Doan's ' DAY NIGHT and take no other. '.' If and Cowgill's Drug Store OR' ft!t for 25c. Cowgill's Drug store (Incorporated) 2 big boxes wMMMMMR Lake business as an example of the consequence of a few men controling a thing a small monoply, if you please showing that the ultimate e is invaribly the oppression of the pod. He added that this lake combine got its pseudo owner ship through a lot of paid liars. The applause that he received htre indicated only too clearly the concensus of public sentiment. He rapped the tariff question a hard jolt by show ing that labor paid dearly for Jhe protection it gave them. He touched trie negro equality question ; the in dustrial sitoation, the South and her achievements, all of which, taken together, made his address one of the most interesting and instructive that has been delivered in this city for many moons. He had no axe to grind and be ing unbiased and unhampered, which Is contrary to the ethics of the average political speaker, Gen. Tyler spoke his sentiments concerning the people's best interests, without fear Since the smoke of the 3rd has or favor. cleared away, the defeated candi It was sensible Democratic and dates, doubtless think there are a Southern; lot of liars in this county. out-com- OMEV SAVERS!! $ In Good Furniture Manv thinors - w ..wwwww J "I O J JMWV wrw. ... ...w fmiinmftnt f almost every home. Just where to get them, . how iuch to pav for them, where to save monev in buvincr these, and more, are vexed questions. 11 smma We believe that an .insnfrrinn nf niir Qrnrlr. a rareful omparison of our prices and values will solve every di- . satistactonly. 5: r . m . 1 ry us. . -- BEDROOM SPECIALS Iron Beds, full size Hardwood Beds Oak Bedi, roll footboards .$2.60 $2.50 . We have lUSt F'cesfrom Cotton Top Mattresses, good quality tick ....$1.75 Our Guaranteedi'Cotton Felt Matd tresses, weight $8.75 Oak Center Tables, 16x16 top$1.25 Oak Rockcra. SI .3K rcCeivfflT ram aaanrtmanf of winrlnur " 50-poun- iTIic.u prlcva Include .Int. unci rullvra coniillol $5.20 uniut Kart on, ransrinv in ,t1 KO senting The American Woman's League of University City, St. Louis, Mo,, have been here for the past few days, organizing u Local Chapter to be known as Hickman Claims to Own Reelfoot. Wm. Corroll. By Governor. Chapter. The ladies held a meetGraham, Secretary." David While Reelfoot Lake is in the ing in the parlors of the LaClede limelight, another new trick is turnWest Hotel Wednesday and elected the For good steak, see Wright, ed. A Texas man shows up with a followingjofficers : Hickman. bona-fid- e. deed to the lake, which seems Mrs. G. M. Helm President. JJMiss Mattie DeBow Treasurer. In the Daily Telegram of Temple, ,Miss Annie Sherron Secretary. Tex , of Oct; 30, was printed a copy Launches For Autos of the deed, made by the state of J!Dixie Corum, was here Sunday. Tennessee to Jam:s Patterson dated spent Sunday in 2 Lowry Stone Aug. 15, 1822, conveying 1,000 Greenfield, Tenn. acres of land, on which is now Reel-foMrs. P. B. Curlin and baby re lake. Get tliefiiuojltio at Courier Olllce turned Monday from a visit to relaThe deed was executed before the tives in Union City. property on which lake now stands was covered by water. The deed is held by Hon. William Dickey, of Temple, Tex., who is a great-gran- d son of James Patterson, to whom the with deed was made in 1822 the It is reported that Mr. Dickey foot" and others claiming with him as heirs of James Patterson have employed counsel in Chattanooga W, .4 wit briug suit to recover the property, ili fn" and that after it is recovered, if the courts should decide in favor of the claimant the water will be drained off and it will again be converted in to tillable land. The property Is now owned by a corporation, and it was on account what she thinks of it. of tie fact that fishing has b;en proShe'll tell you to buy a immediately. hibited in the lake, except upon the At least 95 out of every 100 cases of foot payment of a fee, that the trouble troubles can be, traced directly to the stiff soles with .the night riders has occurred, of ordinary shoes. resulting in the death of Gapt. Quen-ti- n The sole of the Red Cross is flexible. It Rankin. bends with the toot. The Iced Cross is ab The following is the deed held by solutely comfortable. Made Mr. Dickey, and the comment of the in all styles, all leathers. Texas paper on iti forty-seventh. for seveal reasons. acquired this James Patterson property In recognlttion of services rendered as a soldier in the continental army during the Revolutionary War. , At the time the property was conveyed to him it was not covered with water "There Is granted by the said state of Tennessee unto the said James Patterson and his heirs, a certain tract of Uiid containing 1,000 acres by survey bearing date the 4th day of June, 1821, lying in the Twelfth district in county, on the north side of the south fork of of Obion river, in the fourth section of the first and second range, and it : Beginnbounded as follows, ing at a white oak and pointers on the south boundary line of John C McLemore's survey of a 1,000 acres, one hundred and sixty poles, crossing the south fork of Obion river running to the right, in all one hun dred and five poles to two patalpa trees on the south s.de of the river thence west crossing at two poles, running to the left, at 160poles,cross-In- g the range line, and at 361 poles r crossing Plumb creek . .Mnntnrr tin t milling the left, in all three hundred and ninety-fou- r poles and three-fourt- h to a poplar and ash on the west bank of said creek, thence north five hun dred and sixty-fiv- e poles to a white oak and pointers, thence east at 53 poles crossing a branch running to the right and at 160 poles crossing Plumb creek running to the right, in n all two hundred and three fourth poles o a stake, two poplars, a gum, and black oak pointers on the west line of John C. McLemore's 1,000-acr- e survey, thence south with McLemore's line to his southwest corner, four hundred and sixty poles to a stake, two hickories, two black oaks and dogwood, thence west one hundred and thirty-sevepoles to the beginning. "With the hereditaments and appurtenances to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with its oppurtenances to the said James and his heirs forever, Patterson In witness whereof. William Carroll, governor of the state of Tennssee, hath seal.of the state to be affixed at Murfreesborough, on the 15th day of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hunand of the indred and twenty-two- , of the United States the dependence to-wfifty-seven fl HELM & ELLISON : SAY YOUR PRESCRIPTION loses half of its value when poor drugs are'used and It may lose all of its value If Its carelessly dispensed ; in fact it may dc you harm. We carry a complete line of Parke Davis & Co.'s pharmaceuticals, which are recognized by all physicians as the highest' standard of excellency thing of the best quality and Our Guarantee every- highest.purity. Mayfield Man Murdered. The still warm body of a man, identified as Lee Marshall, of May-fielwas found in a coal car Monday morning at Memphis. THere were three wounds made by 38 calibre bullets upon the corpse and all indications point to a murder. Lee Marshall is the ssn of Abe Marshall, of Pottsville, was about 30 years old, married and leaves a wife and child. He is known to have eaten dinner in Bar Jwell Saturday and inquiries by the Monitor have shown him to have been alive when, the car upon which he was found passed Millington, about 20 miles from Memphis. Deceased was a farmer but recently had been canvassing for a family medicine concern. d, State Or Ohio,OODHTTOv Toutix, Oitt IiCCAH Frank J. Cheney makes oath that lie II senior partner of the nrm of P.J. abetter A I " Co, dolntf business In the City f and Btate aforesaid, and that said nrm wilt pay the sum of O.N'K HUNDRED DOLLAKS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. KHAN1J.0HKNKV Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this nth day of December, A. II. Toledo-Count- A. W, GLKASON", (Skal.1 Notkat 1'rnLio. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and acts directly on tlu blood and mucous surface of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY 4 Co.. Toledo. O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Tills for constipation 1J. A New Organization. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Platts, repre- g g ot 0 who wears the pair woman Red Cross Shoe by tore is filled with new goods and we are gladjto show them to every one. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCORPORATED Hon. Wm. Dickey, of this city, yesterday exhibited to the Telegram the original deed from the state of Tennessee to Jamrs Patterson, the of Mr Dick'y and his sister, Mrs. A C Buchanan, also of Temple, convey ing the property now known as Reel foot lake, The reading of the document is giveng here, and will be of interest High Shoes, $4.00; Ox fords, $3.50. Let us fit you BRADLEY & PARHAM a HEN Pl CCFTRiCMr 90S OY DODO MEAD UTCMJEOIV COMPANY - ILLUSTRATIONS BYMELVnUL It, his weary legs would carry him. Ho respectnhlet Tell mo all about went under, over and between tho lad. What did you find!" rocks for 20 or 30 feet, when ho came to a cavern In which ho could stand at full height. The light was thrown on every ledge, but nowhere wss there n sign of "14." Ho kept on and on, until ho calculated that he mutt havo gone 50 yards from the opening. Kvcry few feet ho made a mark with a piece of keel, so that ho could traco his way back to tho open air. He finally came to an Intersection of two passageways and turned Into tho ono at his left. Ho went down It until ho found him self confronted by Impassable barriers. Ho retraced his steps, and, to a surprlso that chilled him, he soon found himself In an unfamiliar corridor. Ho tried to get out of it, but Instead wandered Into still another passageway that bora nono of his keel marks. His mind was In a whirl now, and he could not recover his bearings. "My Oodl" ho gasped: "I'm lost!" His strength almost forsook htm as he thought of1 tho possibility that ho might never reach the .ppen', but hla desperation spurred him on. He went back over what ho thought was tho way he had .come walking, crawling. climbing for what ho thought must be hundreds of yards. Finally he found himself In tho almost stifling vapor of a hot spring. When ho reached nnoth- cr avciuc ho sank to tho ground In collapse. His strength had deserted him, and if his very llfo had depended on his moving ten yards at the moment it Is probablo that It would have been forfeited. After an hour, ho was sufficiently restrcngth-ene- d to continue, nnd he also discovered that he was Intensoly hungry. He pulled out his watch for the first time and almost fainted when ho saw that it was a few minutes after three o'clock. On and on he plunged and stumbled until ho reached another avenue, at the end of which was a tiny speck of how-over, nuggots. "What," cried Mlko. his voice being loud enough to attract the attention of everybody In tho finally locate It?" room. "Did you Jerry said nothing, but held out tho ' i ss n aassnH perience!" "Jerry, I thought yon was a fool when you determined to go back to mountain again, but 1 that guess you know your business. You desorvo everything you found, It It wns n pllo of gold as big as tho mountain Itself." "It's to bo halvcr and halvor, Mike, old man," said Jerry, "And ono of these days I'll lead you right to old fourteen, and then, when Ihu time Is rlpo, we'll put up a monument to old Jose and his dog." "You don't mean It, Jerry; you can't mean that you'ro goln' to share with me what " "That's exactly what I mean, Mlko." "Jerry Chambers, alias Tommy Flan- ncry, you'ro tho biggest puzzle In the world to mo yet, but you're the whitest dlvll I have run across In all my life. Why, I wouldn't havo gono back there alono for all the money In the world." . "Nor would I, Mike under norma! conditions, nut I did go back and I found tho mine." "When are you goln' back?" Jerry looked at his watch. Tho tlmo was 11 o'clock. i "For a certainty, Mr. M. Aloyslus O'Connor," answered Jerry. "I found the number. Hut, wow, what an ex- "Jerry," She Pleaded, "You Mutt Not -- SYNOPSIS- Go from Me Now." -- ' ' Cluster of the Gemini, a secret orsanlza-tlofounded by Itodney Graves. The society was exclusive. ,only aeven being admitted. The members were known as I'ersons. A meetlntr was held and each, member was awarded the "call of 'deS-tiny." Chambers was' told to pass a! period as .a sailor and not set foot in North America for a year. Then he. "was to be nisljrueil to another year's, exile. ITo must make his own llvlne un-- : assisted, nnd keep everythlnK a secrrtj Jerry, as supercargo on an. ocean freight-- ) r, bound for Urania, South America, loaded with guns for enemies of that government, was captured and thrown Into n dungeon, llarlna Hostos, adopted daughter of Jrn. Ilostos, ministered to "his wounds. Each made a. strong impres-slo- n on the other. Jerry was sentenced freed to die. Capt. I'llaroGen. Chambers. ,U Uarado's rebels. three united with Chambers being mad a captain. Capt. 2'llaro died of fever. Marina accompanied burial. In a tierce liattle Ills boil defeated Uostoe. Jerry frustrated an ratlempt to assassinate Ren. Itarado. was reported mlf.ilnK. and thought -- dead. I'andaro, capital of Urania, was; -- captured anil a confederacy established. Jerry recognized Marina flostos, a prls-mon a yacht. Ily a ruse ho gained thi--i deck. The, American engineer promised itfd. The plotter took Marina into Vera He hur-rlCruz, secretly. Jerry following. to Mexico City, leaving the engineer to resume the chase. Chambers recvlvea society's orders to proceed to Kscalon, Mexico. Mike, the engineer, trailed the fugtlves td Jlmlncz. At Escalon Jerry nrilers to search for a lost gold rmlnr. lie and Mike camped In the discovered an old hermit .catnnrMm&lf "Jose, "who guvs them a partial knowledee of the, lost mine. Their efforts were unsuccessful. Mike was sent td the village" for provisions and returning hn found Chambers delirious Villi fever. He nursed him back to health. lay trailing onea, of the plotters they found caye after overcpmlnrall Carina In Jerry of ithe abductors. Marina andoilier. con. Teiwe.l their love for each .The plotters were turned over to the author!, ties. Jerry, belnu still compelled by Ills reorders ta search for tho lost mine, Ills turned .to .tho mountains, toleaving accompany tiweetheurt. Mlko refused n. 4 Bar-Jid- ci Ma-rl. ed -- porter and a student at an eastern mH leer, wan awarded a membership In the, ..draW Chambers, ,i son of a wealthy Im- the province of fear was., until he found himself alone in that black, untamed, wilderness, and his spirit of purpose, wns cold In the, contemplation of possibilities. For six days he searched with all tho earncftness of his soul .for a lead to the lost San Dlmas gold tnlne, but his efforts only went farther' to Increase his discouragement. Ho tramped so far nnd labored so hard that he had become; almost physically unable to contlnno tho hunt. Tfrf explored into every Assure, every crevasse that he came, upon, but nowhere could ho And a suggestion of tho number the old man of tho adobe had given him Just beforo ho breathed his List. Ho decided to spend one day In searching and then return to OJIto, whenco he could depart for Parral and have plenty of time to catch a tralu for El Tho seventh day brought no better luck, but when tho gray dawn of he eighth came his happiness scarcely knew bounds. His last night on (ho wild mountain had been spent! 'He sang merrily as he loft the camp and most of tho provisions to their fate aud lod his faithful burro down to tho trail. "By evening I will bo back in OJIto," he said to his exultant self, "and I can get to Parral In plenty of tlmo without running my legs Oft and losing pounds in cold poranlratlon." His. railroad tlmo tablo showed that ho could art rive 'lriHl FaBO early In tho morning of tho tenth day tho 19th of September. Ho mounted tho burro at the base of tho mountain nnd, waving his hat, sang a farowell to tho llttlo camp near tho brooklet. Ho drow up at the red standalone In tho trail and addressed It as follows; "You aro here, just as the old man said .you would bo hero right In the middle of the path, but you keep hla secret I'm glad to have met you, anyway, and not a bit sorry to Icavo you and everything around you. Take euro of yourself, old reddy, and continue to keep the old fellow's secret a million years, for all I care." Ho got off Ui burro and took his knlfo from his pocket. "I'll just clip off a piece of ypur- secretive self and carry It back for a keopsako," As ha pried a piece of the rock loose his eyes fell upon the print of a bare foot At tbedge of tho trail, Ho uroppeu me koiio anu tounu anomer print. In a moment he was at tho edgo of tho dense undergrowth. "Well, well," hu muttered; "this, Is Interesting!" Ho picked his way fnto tho thicket for u few foot and was surprised ijflnd tho tall grass beaten Into a pathway, He followed this path for a short dletauco and found himself on a sandy trail, zigzagging towards tho base of the mountain. His excitement waa approaching fever-heat- , and he started to run. At the end of. 100 yards .ho came to a pllo of rocks, where the trail ended. Ho found a small opening In tho rocks and crawled through, only to find himself la total darkness. Ho "Sastehcd back to tho burro and got bis lantern, retracing his steps as fait as -- Paso, lm. CHAPTER XXVII. Continued. "Mlko O'Connor proved hit earnestrioss by accenting Qen. Uostoa invita tion to accompany him and Marina lo th coast town, nnd Jerry almost coi ' .'i , light. "I'm saved! I'm saved!" he cried in nn ecstasy of Joy, and he ran towards the light. Ho had not covered many feet when be. tripped over a plank and went sprawling to the damp ground. Ho stopped and turned his light lo the left. He saw tho end of an artificially made lead, and his excitement rose, so high that hij scarcely could control himself. Ho stuck his head Into the opening and held up the lantern, "Fourteen!" he cried, for there, on a ledge, was the old man's number crudely scratched. "I've found It! I've found the San Dlmas mine!" Ho went Into tho channel for a few yards' nnd had his hopes further heightened by finding a pick and a small sack. Ills knlfo aoon had ripped a holo In the. sack. "Gold!" ho exclaimed, his blazing, flashing eyes' fea'stlng cm a small 'heap of nuggcta. Ho took tho pick and started oa, but he had not gone far before he dropped it anil snatched out his watch. "Great hoavens!'' ho gasped. "It will take every minute of my time to reach OJIto If I'm to catch tho train for Parral I What shall f doT t must get that train or I'll not. reach Kl Paso In tlmo! I'll let the train go. and " Hut tho next Instant his hat was' on his head, and, stopping only long enough to grab up a handful of the precious nuggots, he was, running towards tho speck of light In the distance, Darkness overtook him before he had gone far over tho trail, but tho faithful burro was urged along tho dangerous cliffs as It nover before hail been urged. Ojlto was reached soon after sunrise and. JVY harely had tlmo to glvo his animal away and catch tho rear end of .tho last car of tho train for Parral. A few hours later this son ofCemlnl was speeding northward towards EI Paso, his happiness reaching to tho skies, his spirits ns light as a. feather. two-coac- h . , lapsed .at the thought of returning alone to the mouiitalns and wildernesses. Ho Btlll had ten days In which to hunt (or tho hlddon treasuro and reach Kl Paso. It a Juan, wjas p.vr temnted not to do that wnicn was "! pected of him Jerry Chambers was that man. 'lint tho next morning early he was holding tho hand of tho stupofled Ma rlna in parting. t "Jerry," she. pleaded, "you inust npt go from ino how." must, sweetheart." ho managed tA'aav lrxiklni? nwnv from her. ii'Jorry. you don't love" jr'Don't say that," ho cried. "I love you better than all tho world, and some day you snail Know everyimng, r'uhall bo with you luiJl Paso befora .Un days are gone." . "BA few mlnutea later ho was on a tiurro headed for tne trail to the red topped mountain, bis heart heavy In loora, his eyes uimraco, uy tears. ' 1 WiawU(- - fourteen. 1 Night's early rhads found Jerry once roorii BMa CHAPTER XXVIII. Il4 the of tho never befont yjjCgL" bow rolis4 yat - you'll love me all tho more. EveryI havo accomplished will bo as much for you as for myself, nnd, If my uck doesn't desert me, you'll be very proud of roe In time. !rt mo keep you guessing a little longer, It will bo great fun; but don't lose your mind trying to find out what J am .doing. Just keep Intorcsted, that's nil," Jerry was lost to everything but the girl wbosq head rested on his shoulder. Tho ticking of tho llttlo clock on the dresser did not reach bin ears, nor did tho fast disappearing shadows attract bis attention. The clock struck the quarter hour, "What time is thatr ho ejaculated. Jumping to his feet. "What times does that gong rlngT "It's 15 minutes beforo noon. Jerry. Hut why1 "Great Scott! I'll ere you a llttlo later, sweetheart," ho said, looking for bis hat. "I havo anunbreakableappolnt-mcn- t at noon promptly at 12. and I cannot lose another minute." "Hut Jorry " "Yes, 1 know you understand," he said, aa he clasped her to his breast and smothered tho words that tried to Issuo from her mouth. Tho next moment he was In a cab and un Instant later tho startled driver was lashing his horse with his whip CHAPTER XXIX. at almost every bound. Montezuma Emanuel Fosgate Delivers an En- street was on the other side of tho city, aud It was only Jerry Chambers' velope. Tho train camq to a stop at the sta- good luck that got him to tho specified tion In Kl Paso three houra,' beforo number 30 second" befora noon, llijt In that short spacu of tlmo ho hurled tho appointed noon. "What next? What next?" went several coins at tho driver, ran up a through Jerry's mind as be left the flight oftsteps nnd '.reached u doak. "I'm Itodney qraves," ho panted. train and went to the station lunchroom. As ha ate a hcarty meal he "What's hbre for me?" wondered why ho had not boon ind "An envelope'," was tho answer, Jusl by cither Mike O'Connor or Marina; ns the clock flulshed striking 13. 'Thanks," said Jerry, as ho sank but a socond thought told him- that ho bad fprgotten to telegraph cllnpr of Into a chair and scraped the perspiration from his brow with hla Hngor. them. "Chump I" ho chldlugly,.iouiedi ''and they told mo they would "stay "What havo you brought frbm the at tho. Hotel Houston until I came or mountains pt Mexico:' asked the man, wired. I guest' thero was altogether who woro'on tho lapel of his coat tho Pin of the Twins, affecting a dogree of too much gold ml no on my mind." , After the meal he went to a clothing solemnity. store and bought a suit of clothes, new "aold." answered Jorry, producing undergarments, a shirt Immaculately several of tho nuggets. "Did you, by your own band, And white, a nobby straw hat, a pair of tan shoes and a collar and a uocktlo. Then theso nuggets undor tho surface"of he went to a bathhouse, from which, tho earth?" "Wth my own hands 50 miles from la duo season, ho emerged thu,"'pcturo of- a complete a sign of civilized habitation." transformations up with a shave and a haircut, "This you: declare upon tho honor ho went to tho hotel. Mlliq O'Connor, of a Gemini person?" ( qulto as complete a transformation, "I swear" . k "A Gomlnl'a word of, onor Is, as wus sooted near a, window curling' lazy rings of smoko In the a)f. "Jerry ap- good as his oath," Interrupted Eman-uo- l Fosgate, supremo person of tho proached him from behind. Cluater of Tho Gemini "Aro you a Yanul?" bo asked. t 1R70 t. "Tommy Jerry, my ladl" exclaimed tomftig his hand. "I am glad to.eeo the big Irishman, surveying btm'withi you hotff on time,'1" Then he prgduced admiring eyes; "and If you doa.t look the envelope. "I must see Marina first. Mike," said ho. "and then I have a llttlo business to look after up on Montezuma street, wherever that Is, 1 can tell you more after I have attended to this business." "I'll wait for you right here," said Mike. "The llttlo girl has been In bed a good deal of tho tlmo since our arrivalnothing serious, you know, but a sort of reaction. I think she's worried herself sick about you. About 700 times a day she asks what I've heard from Jerry. It's just Jerry this and Jerry that from sunrise to sunset, You needn't fear how you stand there, lad. You'd better mosey up to her parlor right away. When you get there" with a significant little twinkle "tell the glncral I want to see him down hero In .two Jlfllea." A few minutes later Jerry was alone with tho woman he loVcd. Ills only explanation to her was that his "affair of business" bad been satisfactorily attended to. "Hut. Jerry, why don't you tell mo all?" aho asked. "Itcally, dear, I like you to bp carious." ho laughed. "I am going to explain everything sorau day, and then thing "I'm Redniy Gravsi,' He Pantsd. "What's Here fcr Vt g por each." Jerry laughed and l,U too, but the latter i'.A t:t ietc chances." . Mr. Fosgate's keen eyes were- - fo- to cause such an cirrrtsia'a "I think I'll mk th.i ml cused on Jerry's face as tho young man tore open tho envelope and took Mike," said Jerry as he t: tii out tho contents one sheet of psper. of tho cigar. "Where it Mtiu'l Jerry tried to disguise whatever the "In her room Whit irocel reading might Kiv0 birth to, but ap- now, my myslerluui il' Xiiu.'l his eyes went over tho page the old "I Uitnk I'll drift tp aad teci n w a calm faco become set In a llttlo whle,' said Gemini lines. Jerry's eyes came you In lot's see, In half ukel closer and closer to the paper, and don't you dare to lent ui I Just before he reached the last line before two o'clock TUtUtbl his chin dropped a little. For a mo- Understand?" Mike did not undtnUsl ment after ho had read tho Instructions be stared hopelessly at Mr. Fos- could think of nothing t3 uj i gate, whoso oyes looked askance. Jerry was at the stairs. As "Satisfactory?" smiled Mr Foigate. tlemlnl went up thoie "Satisfactory?" blurted Jerry, his strength almoit left bla 6t faco now very red nnd his fingers tated beforo rapping oa Mir.uil twitching nervously. "Well, I should and tried to take un sa say it was satisfactory for you fel- calmness. Hut when h u I thought the others were to the parlor he locked tt I lows! about tho limit,, but this and for six hopeless despair months, too! Ye gods)" Ills hands "Jerry!" was all that say. went up In despair. "Hello." said he, wJh Evidently not," suggested the dethat waa more llko a acssa". liverer. "Certainly not!" exploded Jerry, than a lauch. "Have I Iffi Iwho walked to the window and looked Inc? I came as aooo sa "Jerry Chambers, what UC thoughtfully Into the street Ho remained there for minutes, and neither tcr with you?" "Matter with me' W" ? ha nor Mr. Fosgate said a word. Finally Jerry walked back to the desk nil. I am tho hat p.:t (aaMl thn .nn Tin tin hi' and held out his hand. that 1 am hllarlc- -i ' ) "I think J'JI bo moving now." "I'm glad to have met you, brother, nnnr vnil. llttlo love' hi' anus, her wonder. ng' ,l I and" ' "Anil vour bu: "What Is n deserving charity In this town?" Jerry asked, with a sickly shn mkeil. "Oh. that's all se'"-- i .""I smile. "Oh, wo havo soveral worthy Insti- ho replied In tho ' tutions." said tho surprised Mr. Fos- nnn who would tl'-gate. "Personally, I bollovo that tho rse..!i l, mlncu tha' T"' a surprised how leng Homo for the Needy Is " That's tho ono for me tbo Home -t 1 "You certainly did for tho Needy," broke In Jerry, laughing with genuine heartiness, "I'm g vrnv frnm Montl'IU'"! to do something for that place and vnii tln..w thnt emv E.W I'm going to do It right away," While tvu ,?iii Ma'laa. 1,4I wl he went through hla pockets nnd lay not that I wantel " in I hla money on tho desk Mr. Fosgato looked on In amazement "I want you ? nMimtlv fe't r'U to turn this money oyer to tho needy, I halo for anybody to want for nice lltand I needed a,. little cxerd I .1 tlo things on tho side. And, oh," he a miner nn" -- .1Lai! o.n ici. went on as he placed tho nuggets on the dosk. "I'd almost overlooked those. roiling on oi ju nl the atrt'l a una w v They'll be nlco for tho young ones to - i..i.vm piny with. Now J think I'll brsmovlng along." Ho again shook Mr. Fosgato's hand nnd started for tho door. Just weather, I actual v "' as hla right hand touches! tho latch tor come." aud hla left rnmo out of hla vest pockot irillll I. .Liu ,irn:irlt III Ull" jjpl and ho turned around. "Excuso me, .. "Fttthor has orJerd a3! . .oi.i the, but I'd almost overlooked this dlmo." una aneroiiuii, . "I ..H3ra art .i i He tossed the coin to .the wondorlng aw", Mr. Fosgato and, with a w.iye of bis wiih hi. .lnuchter cf toa. u In hand, went Into tho street. inioresnuK ..i . i.i miiipr sa you wuum - Jorry wandored along, scarcely uaps Jerry'a hrow wrlukM conscious that thoro waa anybody else on the thoroughfare. Ho made an ef- he begun to bite ' VCU f'M urnn't l. fort to brliig his jumbled wits togethWj er, but It waa a frail one, and he portunlty To see-Ilturned Into another street, Ho walked with sucn cumi""" down this street a block, or two, and i.v... vmi in bo ur then suddenly concluded that he was though suddenly Tw , u'.tiiM mi going farther away from the Hotel ...iot- ...... Ml" fun Houston. At tho end of an hour he ,u, :.tr.t would I'ONT' ) (ell-tale i "If, you'll excuse mc," began J&r. Plainly showing his nervousness, "I'll find out what Is In It right away. I nearly walled loo long one on a lime, and I don't think I'll run any rooro ,"You ought to bur a tract 8 said Mike. "A mlnJsz t': ford 'cm, even If the; ii t cl n'-"- n- go-In- nerr:-'a'l3- ,j v tl-f-e '" m tho hostolry, wbero big, beaming-faced Mike O'Connor was awaiting him with a big black cigar between his was at (TO UK Another The fact that intau.w y "Would you be good enough to give prono to prouueo a poor man with a gold mlno at his monplaco man ,1 i. ...... I,., imrno la flngora' tips a cigar?" laughed Jerry, are so ami there, was something behind the critics who IPPS('".lt '"'J M.I ..I.I laugh that caused Mike to lift hht browa In mild wonder. Tho cigar forth-cam- development which tow j. , immediately. veatlonal moncia teeth. "-,e Fall"' -- .... 0 An Absolute Guarantee chills and lover or Laflripne gees with every botllo of Johnson's C'liilT & Kever Tonic. It read as follows! It Ii mtuall nirrred Iwtween the, buyer and of Jnhnmn's CiiM'&. Fever of tho happy homes of Is n rai Twc that If It doe not plow, the mon-erfund of Information ai to the methoik to le returned within 48 hours upon of promoting health and happiness and rietMfld. without rewiring anv proof, writstatehitnt or affidavit, anything right living and knowledge ot tho world's ten stronger thnn thin do t'tn know of bei you anjr other remedy that is kooiI enough to best products. he sold this way? One ilenler has sold Product of actual excellence and over ino.ono bottle nd les than X hot-tlhave lieen returned. c on sain at rcasonablo claims truthfully presented Drug Stores or from Johnson' Chill A and which havo attained to world-widFever Tonle Co., Savannah, Oa. noceptanco through the approval of the Mercenary Marrlagea. of the Worldj not of "Dinna marry for tho siller, Jock," only, but of the many who have said old Sandy, sagely, to his son, who the happy faculty of selecting and obtainteemed to show symptoms of the ing tho best tho world affords. awakening ot a young man's fancy; Ono of tho products of that class, of "gin yo dao, yo'll ayo regret' It. For known component parts, an Ethical a'm tellln' ye, when I marrlt yo'r mlthcr, I badna but no shlllln', forby remedy, approved by physicians and comahe had auchtccn pence. And for all mended by the of the 15 year o' oor marrlt lite, I no'er World at a valuable and wholesome family the' beard the last o' the odd saxpence." laxative is the Syrup cf Figs P. C. Luck, In West Coast Magazine. and Uixir of Senna. To get its beneficial ttv There l more Catarrh ta that effects always buy the genuine, manu- thu all othrr dknura pot tactthrr.Uon atuntil reentry and the lut factured by tho California ilg Syrup Co., tew yean aa luppaaM ta te tnrurable. For a crrat many yrrt dortun Drtmounrrd It a loral dlnraM and only, and for solo by all leading druggists. MWrmrd loral rrfnrdlra. and br ronitantlr lalung to eure with kx&l trratmmt. pmnounfrri It Itinirahir. to-da- y One of the Essentials let Ik, .i Where Others Failed. "Each spring for five, Cr six years f broke out with a kind of Kcxema which nothing ;cemed.lt rcjlevo permanently. Finally I tried a box of Hunt's Curo, which promptly cured mc. Two years havo' passed by, but tho iroublo has not returned." Mrs. Kato Howard, Little Itock, Ark, .PT SsMaVnwiHBk aalr JaaBeFaBaBeV5!aBBk BHerflsWrKJSEa9SSHetaV HbBStU HerHerBBHerJZSe7BBBBk e ls d n A NEW CURE. provided, tho next question on hand is: PS the school clotl.cs urn bestr ttrst shall tho littlo folk hnvo for offer Rood sulfations for frock Th mode's shown In tho sketch .,,,, .ni foilnw nrtlitlc lines. Tho littlo boy's milt Is one of thn .:. fnr itresiv wear. It Is a HuHlnn blouso lull of ft no twilled ' -- ui, ldn hand of Kndleli embroidery on the collar. seven urn tkrtch on the left IsI o( pink challlo for a girl of flro or ... . - !. ........ I. .! Tfc iu .tuu euiiiu ilalntr llltlrf linnu wt"'l jOKO UI. lUUftlxj .. I i. in uuuu nu u iuw n 1.auuuu wi nu-in-t M 1 ..... t I ii i ui k Tbn I'm uiuii . ,, , ica the collar ".. nUltlnca on tbo waist, tho Rlrdlo and band on the skirt of old unur iiiiu ini-v-. itiu Tscro IS a llllie rounu cuuar ui Jim What's Jack trying for his (i of cream color netit nothlnc so quaint for a weo tot as a Mother Hubbard dress, rheumatism. Dill? rt Hill Swearing. u, iu.ii., ui i- ivui.ii iiaunwHi i In the SKeicii is rnnuu rumu should bo of real Vatcnclennea lace, but If this t t'le Intertlona annum uu uavu. BAOVS ITCHING HUMOR. !.T hail men OulJ Hd uvst mauu ui hioiiihii'-"u- ,1... ..! MM, .. Ink ilboon IS run inruujjn inu irenuiin oi mu .... nt. I alpl II I. (I ilnlnl lllll- - ..nmn Nothing miuit last tacxiri is iwr Would Help Him Mother AlTlio fitted neckpleco and shoulder capos nre braided ,'on Tyrlan silk most In Despair Owes Quick '..- -, At each aide of the Rlrdlo In front Is a mnn silk soulacho. Cure to Cutlcura. Thn Rulmim Is of flno wblto mull, l flnSihrd with a blue silk tassel. run tucks and trlmrafnsa of Valenciennes Isco. ii "Sovcral months ago, my littlo boy began to break out with itching sores. LUNCH. LARGE HATS STILL WORN. TIES FOR DAINTY I doctored him, but as soon as I got them healed up In ono place they Refreshment at ths End of Tendency Now Is to Have tht Trim would break out In another. I was mlng Rather Flat. Cird Uimcs. almost In despair. I could not get L. ,i.r nf s tablo r two of Despite predictions to tho contrary, anything that would help him. Then I began to uso Cutlcura Soap and CutlLi a form of entertainment. thfl large hat tbo very large hat Is Incxpen- - still fashionable, but tho tendency cura Ointment, and after using them i ire Interested In this sesson Is to hsvo tho trimming thrco times, tho sores commenced to Iritles for refreshments. heal. Ho Is now well, and not scar Slip your feet in. YouU find the Its ie'TC depends lamely on rather flat, except In the caso ot the la left on his body. They have anover sboes snug pliable smooth Important to Mothers. nf the city and tna time dressy plumed bats designed for aftExamine carefully every bottle ot gracefuL During tho hot weather ernoon and evening wear. Soma ot returned nor left him with bad blood, Wnj as ono would think. Cutlcura Reme- CASTOHIA a sate and sure remedy for --.icr hu been the favorite the smartest hats shown by the Im- dies aro tho best I havo ever tried, Infants and children, and see that It They are bu3t over loot-fon- a .ir luti from ton o'clock tin- porters are qulto severe In trimming, and I shall highly kats. i hat's why they recommend them to cold lunch Is served but the lines ot these bata are so hra a I'jrJ tables or In the shaded good that they are generally most be- any ono who Is suffering likewise. g Blgnature acw thoei, If you want pretty, snug, coming. One particularly smart shape Mrs. William Gooding, 102 Washing- In Uso For Over 30 Years. I Mwa. waawiNOTON kicm. pair ot White House Shoes. I get ton SL, Attica, Ind.. July 22, X907." of which would be excellent for street fc.if.bt consist of halvea The Kind You Havo Always Bought lth a few blackberries la wear with a tailor gown, la shown ; Little Whalebone Now Taken. k Jellied gumbo In cups; thla season. The brim of this hat Is FOR MEN, $3.50. 4.00. 5.00 and 6.00. FOR WOMEN. $3.50, 4.00. 3.00. Ho 'who has done nothing has Tho amount ot whalebone taken anfclcken or Virginia ham. car. very largo, rolled slightly at the left Vain Is It to sit Soter Broil Biae Ribbon Sktea bt jturiten. known nothing. lik jht iealer for 0 nually docs not now much .exceed VfisMI I pas In aspic, tiny French and down a littlo at tho right aldo ot pounds. Tho largest part ot this scheming and plausibly discoursing; BROWN Maker. ST. LOUIS. tomatoes the back. Tho crown Is low, but very Is taken by tho whales sailing out of up and doing. Slbbcs. ti coffee whole pernors. large, and ta wider at tho bote than porta on the Pacific coast. A tow chopued Kreen Pettlt's Eye Salve Restores. ki csvered with mayonnalso; at tho top, which Is rounded In mound years ago tho amount taken was as No matter- how badly the eye may be va- - shape. i Uickbcrry snerbel witu Corded silk with rather a much as COO.000 pounds annually. dineaml or injured. All druggists or Howlargo rib, la any dcslrod. color, Is ard llroa., HutTalo, Jf. Y. Lcenu can eaillv be nrcnarcd used for tho top ot thn hat, the This Is No Jbke. lefcre at the cost of but a few being faced with black rnolro Hunt's Curo has saved more people Tbo keener the critic tho more cutIlk. Tho shape was shown trimmed from tho "Old Scratch" than any other ting the criticism. scb teems too much trouble. In two ways, ono stylo which was es- known agent, simply becauso It makes tiny bacon or cheese sand-at- pecially smart for young girls having scratching entirely unnecessary. Ono and candy aro passed a only a twist ot wtdo blnck rnolro rib- application rcllovcs any form of Itch- - i lure coon, to tho guests may bon around tho crown, with a largo Ing skin disease that over afflicted I t to lunch bow at tho left sldo of the back, tho mankind. Ono box guaranteed to cure ' Positively cured by htie light refreshments daln-uaI pointed ends of which woro allowed any ono case. baye been telling yon all We these little Pills. make up for variety. In- - to fall a littlo over tho edge of the along to use not less than They also rtUer G per cent, of Potash in your Seek Advancement Always. ict ot rnrd cako cutters, brim. Tho other style ot trimming from Dyipepala, Ix wueat icruitzer. of four pieces to repro- - was a littlo more elaborate, as It conEndeavor always to be content In Too Hearty Eating. A perfect remWe have told yon how to add 6 per cent, of Potash to bone or phosof spades, clubs, hearts sisted ot a largo gourah feather in that stato of II fo in which your lot bos ten edy for DUllntaa, NauI ondi. Tboio can be used to quill sbspo with a stiff rib In tho cen- fallen, nnd think It a great' fault not phate, by mixing 100 lbs. of either with 15 lbs. of Muriate of Potash. sea, Drowalneas, Dad h the sandwiches nnd cakes, Hare you arranged to do thia 1 To increase your wheat crop at a ter, fastened at tho left side ot tho to employ your time for tho Improvo-mon-t Taste In the Month, Coat- cost of less than 10 cents per bushel? M Tongue, ram tn tha rich cup cake In thick layer ot your understanding, health, or front with a small flat bow of black Side, TOItriD UVKK. long fan to save waste In satin ribbon. If not, telephone to your dealer to get the Potash at once or, to estate. Lady Fanahawe. They the Bowel. Portly Vegetable. Ice the clubs and spades In furnish yon with a fertilizer for your wheat equally good for rye. Don't Do It, PILL. SHALL DOSE. SHALL NICE. Potash is profit. But next week we may be too late to get the gooda lot and tho other two shapes you havo a cough, cold or Should delivered ia time for use. Therefore, do (t now. M nlto Icing colored red k- Genuine Must Bear soro chest, do not rely on tlmo and hat sirup or a few drops ot Bend for Oar Book, containing facli about (oil, CARTERS nature to curo. They may do so they crops, manures and (erUUxcrs. lulled Jrit. Signature may not. Uso Simmons' Cough Syrup. GERMAN KALI WORKS, Candler Building, Atlanta, deorgla (he Iced coffee In tall, thin It Is a balm for soro lungs, and will IITTIE (Wed with cracked Ntw York oj Nassau Street CblccoMoas4aodc Bulldlnz Ico euro you at onco. lahlppej cream on tho top. slsVsl REFUSE SUISTiTUTES. ' or KinRcr alo may be sub- Tho ribbon crnxo still Increases. Wealth Not the Great Thing. t the caffee Taupo Is tho ruling shade In hats. It Is not wealth that glvos tho true Cf the saildwlchp prnrV. Satin hna tho greatest voguo In Its rost to llfo. but reflection, appreciaWi (III toils' Cost PWa IreJ. corned with I'artncsnn history. tion, tnstc, culture. Smiles. A HALFTONE ENGRAVING I J red !ci per and toasted In Pearl and crystal bends havo reSlie tn tqoar locbss or Ism, to I tty ha used, print In Us wimper or on StationHicks' Capudlne Cures Women, ery, rurtralt, BnUdlnf, turned to favor. PROTECT YOUR LUNGS Mlea can bo mado at homo. snbj.c Periodic pains, backache, nervousness tho now silks for general wear ami tieituaehe relieved Immediately and Halt vou may tele t. Tbts fapcr vUt K ererr cough you catch settle oa your lungt, you hare weak luagt. W cr white cranos. nn.wln.l nro tutfuta. aaalata nature. Preacrlbeil by "physician cough u dangerous to Don't let the cough hang on. A hana-o- a lij with a cream fondant. 1. 1. IO10S3 REWSPIPEB CO.. llttli Rsct. Irt beat Now velvets show a tendency to- wttli Zxi results. Trial bottla 10c. ItcffuUr strong lunga doublr so to weak ones. Get rid of it in the beginning and &uo at nit drugstst. alio with Piao's Cure. It acts promptly and effectively allays the irntation, ward fruit shades. . Soutache HraM reduces the congestion, (reel the throat oi phlegm, clean the clogged air Nearly all winter coats show a short e braid Even In fishing for compliments It'a enters Into tho com- BARKER'S pausge and ttopt the cough. For nearly half a century the unsurpassed walstcd effect, big ones that generally got away. Iho ' "m ncw "ats as n decora- HAIR BALSAM remedy for tha wont formi of caught, coldi and chest cooplainls hat been sUstl tMUtlUi tlM ClMBM Wnalmblo fabrics are first choice for hit Of tho IlllPut lim.lnl. Pir.seuij.ai a laiunaDt smrvuL. l. Ache It Yiiiir of AUen'a or Itiirtt It sire PISOS CUKE et a SV iierkaita feet NtTv riiU to litor irtj town braided In rows, com- - children's wear. Crcpo do chlno Is ono ot tho principal lulck relief. TwoniUUun package! auld realty. Cum c)p iioMs btit iUUm. trim or satin, nnd are to fabrics ot tho year. I Wack and colors, It's easy for a man to understand a Tbo fur felt hat Is coming again to use of tho braid was woman If aho la a good cook. on a Its own for winter wear. :v DEFIANCE STIRC-- !?; other itsreli'i onlr U ounce. same pries aa4 Silk will bo much worn, not only fur ana tho duck comt.iim.i QUALITY. 18 SUPERIOR "OEFIANCK" linings but In dresses. r arrnnrnl l ii,,. Picturesque oCfects prevail among an WhUker Ilatilt l?Kt!ta directions, nnd woro treated at bouts wliboas. rain. lUmkorpartlcolars, 'irgo disks (dollar evening mid even daytime toilets. I Street skirts are but u trlllo longer I" IlOUl Ihll l.rnl.l m.i TONIC, drives out Malaria and builds up the Thr. Old Standard GROVE'S TASTKLESS CHILL lll knotted loops of the than tho summer drcsaea havo been system. You know what you are takiuff. The lonnuia is plainly pnntea on every Dome, snowing u PLOIM and AVnltham Matthea J Jewelry. direct xroui factory uirour Our sjr.tu Panels of Buttons. is simply Quinine nnd Iron In a tasteless, ana tne most cuectuai lorm. For adults and children. 50c. area middlemen's r.,ma, UVautltuily Illustrated) catalog-NoIi, free. a. a. Mm, A.uc rt, It looks as though (ho shops would tlu. Silk DanrU n... hnvo domr.nd for tho millions of butiho kinds of trlmmlnR that tons they offer tbls season. Tho rulo In It's not bo much what we say, tut what other ladies say, about Cardui, as a cyro Jor female nm aro ""C. of trimming Is, when up doubt uso butL. tons, They aro put the ErT, ! ",0CM tl,at aw sleeves lu panels from wrist back ot that wo ask you to believe. to shoul- .... .... n ... -.unuu-viiiuiui- 1KT jiCHST ,u.a . w h - . ,,, Ths Difference. Tho woman who remains single all her life bccaUso the only man she ever loved died in tho flower of his youth la regarded as a heroine. The man who remains a bachelor because the darling of his heart went to an early aBa7rVi0eaVBir gravo Is generally supposed to bt a fool. Beat In Existence. Proof In incxlianstlblo "I sincerely believe, all things considered, Hunt's Lightning Oil Is thn Lydla E. Plnkliarh's Vegetable) most useful and valuable household Compound carries women safeJjy remedy In cxlstenco. For Cuts, Hums, through the Change of Life. Sprains and Insect DItcs, It has no Head iho letter Mm. E. Hanson,. equal, so far ns my experience goes." 801 E. Long St,r Columbus, Ohio,, O. E. Huntington, writes to Mrs. Knkhnm : Kufala, Ala. " I was passing through the Chang-o- f Life, and suffered from nervousWhat He'd Seen. ness, headaches, and other annoying-symptom- s. prnrrn Catarrh to be a ror.illtulkm&l "No," said the eminent scientist, "I My doctor told mo thai. HMenfe hat and tbrrrfore requlri cniuututlonal trratment. nd novcr seen a Plymouth rock hen Lydta E. I'lnUham'a Vegetable IliU't Catarrh Cure, nanufarturnl br K J. Vbtntr havo was good for me, and since talcM On Toledo, Oltln. ! the onlr Conjtltotmnal rure on lay a corner-stonbut I havo frethe mvfcrU It M taken taiternallr In dceta from 10 I can. layer cake." ing It I feci so much better, and forget dropi to a tnupnnnrul. It etu dlmtlr on the blond quently seen n again do my own work. I never aurfarre of the intern. Ther ofltr one and muco E. Pink-ham- 'a hunarnl dollara tor any rue It latic to curt. Send XO DRIVE OttT MALARIA to tell my friends what Lydla for elrruUn and terttmofitale, Vegctablo Compound did for ta AM I1L1 I'll UI- - TTtK RVRTVrw. ' 1 Clll.NKY A CO.. Toledo. Ohio. AiMrrai: Tale the Old Standard (IHO V SH TANTE1.KSS during this trying period." floM br DrurrKU, :tr. J11IM.TO.1I0. Yon know what job are lillm. Taae HI FamUf I'll la lor ronrtlpaUoa. The formula Ii plainlr printed on ertrr bottle, howlne It la almnlr Uulnlna and Imn In a ta.t.l..a FACTS FOR SICK WOMEKL rorm. nna m man eiroetBal xorm. ,row" t Morrow. Have Little Care for the eeopl and children. We. For thirty years Lydia E. Pirik- In tho Congo tho extravagance ot ham's Vegetable Compound, made a girl has put a rose In a from roots and herbs, has been. the After tho average wblto man Is astonishing. Champagne Is the invarlablo order ot man's buttonhole, sho tilts her pretty standard remedy for femalo ills, tho day for men getting a few hundred chin and looks up sldcwlsc, standing andhas positively cured thousands of dollara a year, and the official usually ever so close many a chump's too women whohavehcen troubled with lands In Antwerp after threo years alow to takd the hint. displacements, inflammation, ulcerawith enough money for a spree, when tion, fibroid tumors, Irregularities, Hicks' Capudlne Cures Headache, ho must sign and go back. World's Whether periodio pains, backache, that bearingfrom colds, heat, stomach or -down Work. feeling, flatulency, indigesnervous troubles. No Acetanllld or drugs. It's liquid And nets Imme- tion, dizziness or nervous prostratloa. Little Bright Eyes Again. diately. Trial bottle 10c Ilegular ZSc and Why don't you try it? ' Not the Spirit Medium this time, but tOc at all druggist. Mrs. Plnkhnm invites all side a medium of far greater wonder, ono women to write her for advices Warning Agalnat Wasted Speecn. that brings back tho brightness and It is lawful and expedient for Bhe has guided thousands If vigor to poor soro Inflamed eyeo with but a few external applications. Who thco to speak, speak those things health. Address, Lynn, Mass. Ignorant not to know ot Dr. which may edify. Gurdon. Is to LADIES TO 1IAKB APRONS; K0 VriMTCB doipn. No cost to get work. Material If MrllCH Mitchell's famous cyo salve? Sold sent prepaid. Kncloes stamped, addreued enrriopa. Mrs. Wlnslow' Soothing Brrop. everywhere. Prlco 25 cents. Company, Los Angeles, California. for children lactates', lofuni the gums; redoeei ta uoms Apron SaauaaUon.allaripaln.curecirtndwUu. SScabotUe. Meaning of 'Aftermath." Real "aorniSlTllirlipStll't "Aftermath" s a persistently There Isn't much meat on the bone Is the tlmo ot of contention. word. Early July A. N. K. F 2254. (190844) the "math." that Is. the first mowing of tbo meadows. Tho short grass with a surflclency of rain will grow Get your size in a pair of ttaaty again, and later will come the "second White House dboes. mow" "or "aftermath." 25c-60, that Cora-pou- plno-appl- 1 11 , dan-pero- t d IjtlM ttt eaxy-fktia- WHITE HOUSE SHOES. SHOE CO.. 25.-00- THE lit. flWI - PatJ)othiRGndmix: OTASH The Last Call e SICK HEADACHE CARTERS mmm a IM Die-tre- IN fXUE wm-- -0 Wtll Fac-Simi- lo FOR. rWt-lbit- e. .. Pale Delicate Women and Girls OPIUM . lllgh-crad- a Jv .. 1 1 lrr. " r e . 1 10 covr Bea' U" V0" " upd Instoad. put 0Il 0,J nl to der ClOth ,klrt W Mid n Silk fn. Of .. it.. . 1 ." ."lcosutwodoiu;.a ,ur acarrs lias Pocahontas Feathsr Braid. Ul,t 11 ta trifle The new trimming made up of diffy and similar la ferent colored wings that look llko an Indian head dress, r.aa been named the H ranees rm... o, ... Pocahontas. It is a yard long and Is htralght ' I Bt'lr c....' ... r... In groups of three und four lines. Thoy aro also put up the back wldtb All ot tho Hat skirts In about live rows, aU(, and thoy aro covered with the frock material or with satin to match or bar monlro. . Cardui has benefited bo many ladies, that It should surely help you. Being prepared from vegetable ingredients, it is a safeK natural medicine, that can always bo relied on. Take Cardui iv D stretched across tho hat These sell frpia 75 cetita to. tlx dol lars, and come ia all colors. Mrs. Ycrna Wallace, of Sanger, can describe. Last spring I was doctor, but to no avail, so I tool; housework. Since Uien my trouble . .. Hi I, Tex., writes: "C.iruul has done more ior mo uiau a taken with femalo inflammation and consulted a Cardui, and iusido of three days, I was ablo to do my has never returned." Try it. t 3 Hickman Furnitrue Go, -- THEIR BUSY SEASON life-saver- s 'i.lNCOUPORATEU 'tr-- Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Hickman, Kentucky at sea coast re. sorts find plenty to do. Agonies Of Pain Never UH0 is the M8ST P8I?ULtA 2sli!iSSBW Tflrphonr No, to Many Heroic and Thrilling Incidents In Connection with Their Work of Saving the Lives of Foolhardy Bathers. At alt of the large bathing lurches along Ilia Atlantic coast thorn mo life guards whoso duty It la to keep a wutchful eye tlxn tlio bathers and to rescue such as may bicomu by tlio waves. Tlie fact thnt at Atlantic City tlio other day the guards made their 29Sth resctia from drownliiK this season shows the extent to which their services are required. And strangely enough, the gallant work done by the life guards Is not generally appreciated. When a man Is rescued and brought to tho hospital tent scarcely a thought Is given to the big sunburned but everybody manages to get a glimpse of tho person saved. The only uniform tho guards wear Is a scarlet sweater. Their only orders are to "Get 'em" and they do It almost every time. It must be a tremendously heavy sea to overcome their courage, and In nil the 65 guards now stationed at the Atlantic City shoro there Is not a alngle faint heart At a sign of.dlstrcus from the surf selfish Interest Is banished from their minds and they see only the strugglo for life of a human being. The instinct which makes heroes of men carries them Into the surf- - almost before they reallxo what has happened, but they beat their way toward the little black speck that means. a life l 4 Cottage Hotel.. Hickman, Ky. f com-fortabl- e 8 woshb, ytarstH hdtM, kite te taller pal. Thomnd's of west, km writ tea to lH how tbey kave cares' ttwtr woatsalr Its, aW rHeil (heir pales; sad a stHllon bars beta bemfMa la various other farns of fentle sKteaae, Jar-la- g (he past M years, ky that potalar aid skcsmM km sis rtnes'y firs "f mr .u. IQBkJ THE HICKMAN COURIER will live a 140O.0O Forbes Piano llic greatest number of votes. Read the Rule and Instruction, Lady receiving the i J Vote for Your Favorite: .RULES FOR CONTEST: -- Roonjs and Board Large, by the day or week. rooms bath in connection WOMAN'S RELIEF "I believe I weals' hats keen dead," writes Mrs. Mbiolt Law be, ol Lefcaaoa JmcUos, k'y, "If it hada't bees far Cardal. I had suffered with had crampinj sftttV pains la my hack, sides and arsis, and awlol bearlnfdown pains. Now these paint hue alt gone, at a result el using Cardal." Reasonable Rates !! hi At All DruMlsts WRITR FOR Coma when least expected. Is jour homo property Insured T It should be you inity be next to burn out. statlnfc men and describing symptoms, to Lndiet Artritory ucru. The Chattanooga Mullein Ov. Chattanooga. Term. K 31 FREE ADVICE, This piano contest will 1. ANNOUNCEMKHT be conducted on strictly honest and business princiUnder ples with perfect justice 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 $500,000. The instrument sells for $400.00 Nothing cheap about it. J. Candidates Any young lady in Fulton county is eligible to a place in the contest. The most popular young lady is the one who shall receive the most votes. To her shall be awarded the beautiful piano. Nowsotxerlptlon Make ud vour mind hnm vn. for before comlnR to the office, at . the editor Hal Take'Out a Small Fire Insurance Policy Now and be Safe ! Its too late nfter the (Ire. Werep-reethe 11 KMT companies In the U. 8.. mnke as low rates and prompt settlements as any or them. nt Itnl riv7firtilcflpllofi ... The results of the voting t be uaja, weekly. Coupons and votes mutt reach th"ei not later than Saturday of each week eu ior tut) iouowing weeic. All coupons and votes are iepot.'ej a uaiiot dox as soon as turnea in to efcet Ttti to oauoi dox whi remain in the har.dt rf iiicxman uamc uuring conteil An awarding commltce of three (. pointed to make final count. The day of closing contest wd, t jaaj at lean J J days in advance. i tih: IIJM I14 lir"jrr tcali Usi votfo. " nivil... " " lvnvotf. Hi J BULLETIN BUBBLES. A cold spoilI, c, o. R. T. TYLER, Agt danger. When they have brought tho man or woman to shore and as sisted In the work of resuscitation they again tako their places on the lit tle stands or on the beach, forgotten In Crow bar "Cocka-diHidlcdoo- by tho crowd. Tho book publishers try many novel Hnnpt WmMI "Who are thoso fellows down ther In was red sweaters?" somebody heard to aBk. . "Oh. they're only tho life guards," was the answer. They are paid a hundred dollars a month to keep people from getting drowned. Only the llfo guards! Kvery year hundreds of families have reason to be grateful to them. Every day the loved ones of those C5 'brave fellows experiments. As you might say, a married woman Is never a miss. A small mouth Is no proof Each copy of The Hickman Courier will contain a coupon good for FIVE votes. 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 n ennan umnvr gW 'in fl R essniti imm ttmiii t.-- i H.iP mm wilts' Vitiall Hickman, Xm. r, liuis 77ts Phno Contest Voting Coupon ts fool FIVE VOTES Md is htrtby cut f another. The employees of the paper are not to tell whom anyone votes for except In case of alleged error or irregularity. Miss wiiniii Till coupon mint lx Imwulit ur moWr.l t in r..-i i iMinnisi.iifiuii'i wtrttMi,! a woman hasn't a big Jaw. T Would you call tho aged mermaid an old fish woman Vote For Your Favorite Ond 5 6 3 Phone me and I will 22 call for your Laundry. sS Sometimes even the most cultivated widow runs to weeds. A make what he says burr In a man's speech doesn't a chestnut, Is once more THE TACTFUL DOCTOR. nnUHcrmcnt5 Judge 1st Judicial District: We are authorized to announce as a candidate for the office of Circuit Judge of First Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. Nov. 3 : HON. HARRY MOORMAN County Alienor We are authemed to as candidates for the : sessor of Fulton ccuctr, Kis the action of the Desccrrtl mary, Nov. 3, the falser, CHARLEal tOt BEN F wriC'J CHAS. BEACH! THE O. IS t" K. BEST W FRANK SMITH, Agt AN URGENT CALL. A doctor spending A phvsmian in n small town in .Michigan got himself into a serious predicament by his insbili It might not make a wagon behave ty to remember names and people. to give It a tongue lashing. Unc day, while making out a paFiguratively speaking. Eve's flg leaf tient's receipt, his visitor's name es caped him. Not wishing to appear didn't cut much of a figure. so forgetful, and thinking to get a If you take yourself too seriously, clew, he asked her whether she others may take you as a Joke. spelled her name with an e or i. The Some people who are not very sharp lady smilingly replied: "Why, doc seem able to cut a dash. tor, my nutne is Hill." A mended windmill able to be up around. northern Commonwealth Attorney: WILL J. TUCMKJt JOHN F M- ll'JM a rare and Dr. Deckwlth are nnxlous, fearful that It may be their last day of service. "How do they know when somebody Is In distress?" was asked after a rescue. "Oh, a system of signals from the piers," nald a knowing bystander. The only system that directs their' work Is the signal of one heart to another; the cry of a helpless man to ERROR IN THE FIGURES. one who Is big and strong and brave. Teacher "What is wrong about Not a man In the little band knows whether the cry will mean that the this sentence t 'I am 20 my last bather Is simply frightened and Is not Little Johnny "It beyond his depth or whether It Is the birthday?'" wall of a man who fears that his hour should be MO' instead of '20.'" has come. vr,1;v!.bTin Dealer. When tho little boats are put out from shore every nerve of the guards Is strained to reach the point from which the cry has come. The spirit that moves theso young men Is one which cannot be thoroughly appreciated and understood unless they are watched at their work. Several days ago at Atlantic City, there was a tremendously high sea. The boats were all out, and guards were stationed on shore. Three times one Thus cried the hair. And a of the boats capsized, and tho third time Life Guard Brown, ouo of the kind neighbor cime to the resbest In the service there, was hurt. Ho cue with a bottle of Ayer's was brought to the hospital tent, and was Hair Vigor. The hair after being treated by Dr. Hockwlth he was reclining on a steamer chair. saved! This was because up from the In Ayer's Hair Vigor is a regular A cry went boats were bathers. the nut and an Instant the hair medicine. Falling hair is guards bad taken their places. Tho Injured guard sprang from his chair caused by a germ, and this tho tent door. medicine completely destroys and reached "Come back here, Brown '" I)r, somewhat dull night at his own fireside received the following message from three fellow practitioners: "Please step over to the club atfd join us at a rubber of whist" "Jaue, dear," he said to his wife, "1 am called away again. It appears to be u difficult case there are three other doctors on the spot already." London News. The surgeon believes that somn of tho best people need looking Into. Treating a Cats the Beach. on In some ways, even the vegetarian believes In making both ends mceL The cenUpede may live a long time nfter It has one foot In tho grave. Does a man with a cork leg necessarily belong to the floating population? Some cranky people keep as busy as bees administering stinging reproofs. Philadelphia Bulletin. SO LIKE THE WOMAN HATER. Many a man's awakening is due to his wife's dream of a bonnet. Don't Judgo a woman by the company she Is compelled to entertain. A girl who Is always fishing for compliments seldom hooks one worth HelplHelp! I'm Falling while. Marriage merely gives one woman tho exclusive right to And fault with a man. Did you ever see a woman offer to pay her street car fare bofore the con- ductor reached for ItT Occasionally a woman makes a fool of n man, but more of on she makes htm make a fool of himself. I Rheumatism IWknfceoaatH! ao4 tested aanttrBbfs. ruudr Uu4 wtil stntjaMaatM Saorud Bmba of chrome eetnlaa. IjaiissWli. aftta. fiat U tasilissl'Koss, these germs. Then the healthy scalp gives rich, healthy hair. The best kind of a testimonial -- Deckwlth commanded. "You're not able to got" The young fellow limped back to his scat; but there was a look of longing In his eyes as he watched his asf ATe LtOwtll. U Alu miauls lurvr. of sociates effect a rescue. 9 JAB5APABILLA. The guards go on duty at nine ILLS. o'clock and until 6:30 In the aftornooti CHUB HLCT0KAL. their wjitch continues. The city pays them 1100 a month. Sometimes they get a "thank you" fjora the people Let us show you the most complete they save, In order to be enrolled In coal oil can ever made ; no waste, no the service a man must undergo a rig-Iexamination. He must bo an ex danger. Bettersworth & Prather. pert swimmer, and must prove bis ability to guide a boat through breakIf you get a sample copy of the ers, and to swim through thethe heaviest Courier, it is an invitation to sub- seas with a life line and buoy. scribe. The Courier and CommerGasoline at the Courier Office. cial- Appeal a year for $1.25. BoiloJSJSSl fcirWaSat'f1 teitM wM inlssr wtfi "Sold ior over sixty years." Ayers sjtUf-i--g tatSstf tetTajTsas shiUy jaaody wtJJMM I bat bow, at thsnsas taasast aaats of 7 waftaaTsswdMBeasaS tsadar tia aaa bus wlu-- s asnsj sons a itut UjS latTojlons. I noo tlsm stay eaasa of in, t dots filrttssn.inr wtMaafeivs4tjiyi ' d Mtsiiastjlsai la TbVals SwW.Sjsi joat Bs4-m taabr mlasska sp w aotaal atMoaassjavaflnttas btsawwtaTs. aaa) aaaL atst tta t gre'J,'1 Dr. Shoqp's Hieumatic Remedy "ALL DEALER S" County Judge. We are authorized to announce as candidates for the office of ComIDENTIFIED. We are authorized to monwealth Attorney of the 1st Judi- as candidates for the "This," remarked Mr. Cane, "is cial District. Subject to the action CoUntv ludee of FJ'a Nov. J: my photograph with my two French of the Democratic Primary, Subject tc the acticn cf '.he ' B. WICKUPFE JNO. cratic patty. poodles. ou rccognue mc, ehr' o. w. wmmi "I think so," said Mits Softe. W. A, NATLCt "You are the one with the hat on, For Sheriff: H. F REM LIT are you not?" We are authorized to announce as candidates for the office of MOTIVE IN DOUBT. Following are sub ccttsWj Sheriff of Fulton county, subject to the action of the Democratic pri- ember election In 19W Jinks Mr. Manton says ht never JAMES It, SA' SVOS mary, Nov. J, the following : spoke a harsh wont to his wife. IIERSCHELL JOHNSON "Yes," remarked a lady, "but waa County Attomef. Hint due to kindness or caution? GOALDER JOHNSON 1 should likat to know." That's what We are authorised to DA YE MORGAN as candidates fcr the A. Q. KIMBRO Countv Attorney cf Fulton A clergyman writes: "Preventics, L. C ROBERSON subject to the action of tit 4 those little Candy Cold Cure Tablets tie 41 The following are subject to the cratic primary, Nor are working wonders in my parish." ing: 1909 : Preventics surely will check a cold, November election JAS. w. R CHAS. NOONON or the Grippe, in a very few hours. ALLISON TTLU And Preventics are so safe and T. N. i:i;:n Circuit Court Clerk. No harmless. Quinine, nothing We are "authorized to announce harsh nor sickening. Fine for feverCounty Court ClerfcJ ish restless children. Box of 48 at as a candidate for election to the We are author :'i w office of Clerk of the Fulton Circuit 25c. Sold by all dealers. as candidates for of-- :e ' t Court, subject to the action of the the Countv Court of Fultoa Years ago chemists discovered Democratic Primary Nov. J, 1908 : subject to the action cf Ucratic primary, rtiv j, J. w. MORRIS that paper could be made of cornIng : L. COLLINS J. stalks, and now it seems that it will S. D. v TES not be long until paper mills try this S. T. R PM For Jailer. experiment and see what grades of W. E. HATL ft We are authorized to announce paper can be produced. Something II. F TAT'IX for the office of should be done to reduce the cost of as candidates Jailer of Fulton County, subject to blank paper, because under a t3 "fl the action ot tht Democratic priTl lin'l in dlffic-V.- t administration it is twice as mary, Nov. 3, the following : go" '1 weak Stomach If high as it was under Democracy, Ihn it JOE NOONON levity but the price of subscription, $1.00 IT.-,- . ED WRIGHT ,n,t k'tdnev ' The"! 41VUI k Ct(M per year, is no higher. B. JONES J. loned wav of dc:ing t" T, r. BAKER fnlini. the HM'tCf1 Read the pain formula on a box of Dr 31 i i.. w"b Pink Pain Tablets. Then ask your Following are subject to the Nov is fiuiciy Doctor if there is a better one. Pain ember election in 1909: -- ninn rrvei i. means congestion blood pressure W. F. BLAKKMORE nrar,B" staltl he. pJChiM1" somewhere. Dr. Snoop's Pink Pain i.nirnninpnr"tniii( u- -. Tablets check head pains, womanly School Superintendent. wi... ,... nirvet SU pains, pain anywhere. Try one, and We are authorized to announce sjrely ""H ree I 20 for 25c. Sold by all as candidates for the office of organs must Ual imth isleadinfc JW Superintendent of Fulton County Schools, subject to the action of the where to dispense and Tinware, glassware, hardware, Democratic primary, Nov. J, the Dr. Shoop's Reiton cooking utensils, ets., at Betters- - following i days test will surely feu all dealers. vortn sc rratner s. MISS DORA SMITH 1 ..I.. l,l c tr' 81 '