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Pulls the Commercial Wagon up tho Hill of Success, HICKMAN, Tho Courier has a Spankln' Good Team, FAVORITE IN THE OOURltR'S POPULAR LADY OONTE3T. 94QO PIANO Ffff hi KKtm that your axMred, tun w proraptlr if rou want th papr XO torn to you after thil tsenth A BLUE MARE MERE Li actsT tint ...i nun in the Team that (in. HO. M Grease the llxles at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HO. 3424 EBTABLIBBED IN TEE TEAR IMS western kewtdoet FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Vt THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3,. 1908. Daring Jail Delivery. East Thursday afternoon, about A o' clock, lix prisoners confined in the Fulton county jail at this place, overpowered Jailer Noonon and made their escape. Two of the prisoners went towards West Hickman, one went south while three ran down to the river, Jumped into a skiff and escaped into Missouri. Thursday was "wash day" in the jail and the prisoners were out in the corridor. Mr. Noonon went down about 4 o'clock to lock them in their cells, as is his custom, and as he stepped through the door two men sprang on him and attempted to tie a rag over his mouth. He drew his gun, a 32 calibre, and in the scuffle which followed shot himself in the hand, almost amputating his left fore finger. A third prisoner than took patt in the fight and soon overcome "Uncle" Joe, takiog his gun and jails keys from him. After knocking him down, six of them ran out. Mr. Noonon followed, giving the alarm. Seven other prisoners in the jail were prevented from escaping by a prisoner named Bullard, a former bookkeeper for a Fulton concern and charged with embezzling. He took the keys and locked the jail door and waited outside for the He and the other jailer to return. six could have had their liberty had he chosen to do so. The prisoners who ran down to the river found a skiff tied up just north of the Buchanan building. This they cut loose and jumped into, but had some difficulty in "pushing off. While they were trying to get a start, Bun Hackett ran down and hit one of the men with a brick. If he had had a gun, he would have their escape. Matshal Ballard arrived on the scene in time to have stopped them, but not knowing what was up, would not shoot. When Sheriff Seat arrived a few moments later, the trio was about 50 yards from shore. He called to them to stop, and upon their failure to do so, he opened fire upon them. The officers and about 250 spectators were somewhat surprised when the prisoners returned the fire, and the pre-vent- Hart SchatTner Sc Mar be prepared for any weather, any sort VOU'LL business, pleasure, social affairs any sort of company, if we get you into some of our onlookers beat a hasty retreat. The battle lasted until the fugitives were out of range. The revolver they were using was the one taken from the jailer. On reaching the Missouri shore, they waved their hats, receiving a like response from the Kentucky side, and disappeared into the "tall and uncut." A posse was quickly formed and followed, but returned cmptyhanded. Hart Schaffner suits and overcoats ever shown in Hickman. & Marx Clothes They learned that two of the men had been seen at Dorena, leading them to the conclusion one had been wounded and was unable to travel. This theory proved correct. The three men were caught Sunday morning by Deputy Sheriff King, in the Dorena warehouse, where they had taken refuge on account of one of them being wounded. He was shot by Mr. Noonon, the bullet taking effect in the right leg, between the knee and hip, and the wound wan so painful he could not walk. His companions refused to desert him. None of them bad eaten anything except raw Irish potatoes since Thursday noon and were almost famished. Deputy Sheriff King notified the officers of this place who went to Missouri and brought the prisoners back and landed them in jail. The men are Jas. Thomas, of Mayfield, charged with forging a note on Steve Stahr ; Jas. Wilson, of Mississippi, charged with house breaking at Fulton ; Patrick Collins, of New York, charged with house breaking at Fulton. Collins is the wounded man. The two men and boy, who went south and west, have not been heard from. Mr. Noonon claims he tried to telephone neighboring towns about the escape but could not get even Fulton or Brownsville and gave up in disgust. The prisoners thus got a whole night's start of the news. "Uncle" Joe received a note from one of the "trusties" In the jail a few days before Thanksgiving telling him that a was being planned for that day, but the writing was so bad he could not read it. The three prisoners still at large are Tern Bidwell, of Pads, Tenn., forgery on Hickman Bank. Jas. Simon, caught at Fulton, house breaking. Will McClellan, of 16 years old, stealing suit of clothes out of Cottage Hotel. All of the above are white men, Ala-bam- a, We are leaders in stylish wear for men and we make good this statement with the finest There are no clothes in the market that compare with our Hart Schaffner & Marx garments; for slyle they are unsurpassed; for quality of fabrics, thorough tailoring, correct fit, you may look the country over without finding the equal of these clothes. all-wool Every suit or overcoat we offer you is value fpr the price. You may pay here for an overcoat $1 5 to $25; for a suit $20 to $25; but whatever price suits you, suits us; and you'll get the real value for your money, in a way that no other clothes can give it. Other Igood makes, less expensive overcoats $5 to $15; suits $5 This store is the home to, $15. of Hart Schaffner 8 Marx Clothes EL Smith Amberg THE HICKMAN COURIER Cvr ViUm K'tntuck Llk th Dww W. 0. ttPEEB, and J. C. IsEXTOI., Editors and Proprietors. OPEN SEASON FOR HIM DEATH AND DESTRUCTION. In Different one north nnd the other southlxmnd, Kcnluclty. 'f swept portion of Western Arkansas Monday afternoon, destroying many ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR lite anil Iniioli property. From report CASH IX ADVAXCB. rcceltcd at leat thirty Ike were lot. PADDINQ OF STATE WARRANTS MUST PROVIDE SAFEQUA, It Is impossible to estimate the damage . . . I I ...- report oi .me I unarnea. Against M'l II. a. none, i nr oniy ueiinnc Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, Btaio To Protest Employ, u. amount of damage mine from Horry-Auditor Chas. E. Boee m"t 'High Court, poslofUce as second-clas- s mall matter. Wile, where the damage I estimated at IsHwmt JiS.OOO ami $!5.00a All reports j Frankfort, Ky. A HMItlon In the Frankfort, MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES indicate that the damage In the Stale Franklin circuit court by 8tato Audi- - tho duty of corpora.ion "! woiilil nmnunt tn hundreds of thousand I lor rrnnk I. James against tho tor try safeguard around h. , of dollar, iner assistant nudltor. now claim for their protection from ,, Figures Show Nearly One Million One tornado (darted In the extreme clerk, Charles K. Ilooe, seeking to re- - Jury and that when Marital failures. su.h s,t southwestern part of the State and went I cover fft.10,37. alleges thxt the nmount arc not cstsbllshed ih, Washington. The bureau tif census ' north, following the second tier of conn- - w"s misappropriated, nnd brought to arc liable for damages in . hits just completed n compilation of tho ties from the western Imundurv line. The "Rht. so this republican olllclsl . saya,!sonal Injury, tho court ,.r '. . marriage' and divorce cur . i . i panning or. warrants .ior nn nntnlmi - !, . statistic of i iMr ' . ... oilier started In the northwestern corner " erlnj it jietlml of twenty yean from. years. Tho opportunities woro not tho Hart clm.lt court m of the State and went outh, to all In1 iHSf to 3000, inclusive. l.,1 following the second and third limited, and the amounts which could tho LAN Kallroad ( a Tlic total number of marriages re havo been secured from the state In V. Hchroeder. nn cniplcv, tier of counties, f the twenty yenrsi-frooopl during M a verdict of 112.000 dan ,15, . The most severe storm wn trtorted this way can run high. I8?7 to llpo, inclusive, was lS,!i3,Qt Auditor James nnd Htato Inspector Schroeder lost a ler h,i to have ft ruck l'lney, n German settle- . i. ..." ii. 'I n'l. went on the Iron Mountain railroad, lie nnd Hxamlner M. 11. Thatcher havo paralyxcd. his spine cum J , States In the year lDOO wns 03 per 1,- Iwecn Knuxville nnd Indnn. Ijile re' been examining itato warrants tori otherwlso Injured by be tig t 000 imputation, ll.iscd upon tlic adult c a lover on a water lank nj 1 1 bM? ,hclr. ,llm!,1 ""J, ju ris were to the effect that Wtween unmarried (inglc, widowed or ditorerd) The Office Seeker "Just the Contemplation of That Display Refreshes My tvrelie and twenty people had been 1'W Peculations on thn nv-- i beneath n morlnn .,; , imputation, the rate become' 321 per ,n ,U" ,rack- - T,,, n"mbor tM tyss." k.lle.1 at I'inev and about thirty Injured. ''le. w.jM r " J 0,1)00, indicating that in each year Iculallon whero discovered. ,.r ..... . occurred had the men m . 1,,,. . 11.. I.,.- -, something over 3 per cent of the mi- - SHIP BUNRSj 123 ARE DEAD Ut coming Into the su, THREE BLACKS LYNCHED. 'nnj to Indefinite and unauthoritative reports'; nJWT. was arrest of Judge proper signals. was wiped off tho earth. ed at his homo on marriage rate baned on the total popu of forgery. A report from Ft. Smith states that n POSTAL VIOLATIONS Soldiers Were Hurrying- - to Scene to lation ii higher In the United States Pasienpers Becomo is esllmateil that 5J lives were lost In and Jump Into the Sea. wa, reloa8cU on. than in any other country for which re- Protect Prisoners. l -I ton-Iloutside of I'inev and MutismHeard In Federal Court For Valetta, IMand of Malta. The Rritish liabln statUtie arc amilable. Tiplotullle, Tenn. The Special trair PeiHirts from the inn lallrr towns nrel PAflTIAL WITHDRAWAL The total number of divorce report passenger steamer Sardinia, of tho Kller wlth'triHips from I'nion City on Imard. the effe.1 ih.it at or ed for the twenty year, 1SS7 to 190ft, man Line, wa destroyed by lire outside ordere.1 here by (5ov. I'attcrson, airlvetl b Troops In Tobacco District Decided thN port Wednesday and a total of 123 Otvensborn, twcntfie Ilxes were lost in the two Ky -- Thn inclusive, was 04S.G23. For tho earlier u within one mile of Tlptonvllle at J2t30 0" Y th Authorities, AccorJiK to the dl.patcl.es re- term of federal court for h, drowned or biirnetl oclock Investigation, covering the twenty years, lwr"" ,. t iif Tuesday night. They were met , ...,. it.... Kentucky district convened Seventy perfons were rescued. 1807 to 18S6, Inclusive, the number re- - to ',,'nt,, ii,,H Frankfort, Ky. As a result of the at the oil mill by Sheriff llalns, who in krre ,Ht the .Slate IKirted wan 328,716, or hardly more than ,l,c "al,IM "1'reau rapidly nn.l Were IcU formed them that their services were not tol:,cco ,,M' "f'1 ,nn subsidence nt boro. Judgo Krans pits J g ,,w.,.'.i..i'.i. i 1 liennie Itotiten. for years a tr "f naphtha from the fore. needed, a, the ? one tfiird of the number recorded In the ,n"KranVlin nmn.y. three negroes whom the, Im'ila nml . ,nl , Iiolil. lliere was a condition of uneon second twnty years. after were sent over to -protect had ., La .1 iu.-- .i lln. , I "' mint kit.ifc 3 tWP en Gov. Wlllson nnd Adjt. (len. tiiiiu ivuiii. lur openinK of the total numlier of di trollable imnle on board and the passen lynched five miles below there, in.i I removing money. Ills cat.- - wu pie were Mlltd 'n each place. gers who did not jump into the sea were twenty-yea- r vorees granted in the Johnston, partially to withdraw tbo pe The mob, after hanging the three men, troops now on duly In tho tobacco dls- - tinned until tho next ittn rioil eorereil by thi investigation were roasted to death, J. M. ..alitor was nn d I: The crew behaved with admirable n .Lm': W..III11 WI I.U11II- - Villi.. I, iiv I SEVEN INJURED IN TORNADO I yranteil to the wife. . . n. charge of ujlng the inMii 0 df'-., , .. . , courage. hen the pumps liecume use rii. rfuiuiBiuo iiiienus 10 innae mad yells of the mob could be distinctly personal Inspection of the situation 8am J. Huckclburry plesd.d s . tt PARIS RIOTS OVER SCANDAL I? n..1 aJ!h.,Ia!mr,r 'JilI"; ",mnmfmlcir heard ns the Child Thrown on In njany shot that were fired v tiic una ui- iwh. inc neini the western part of tho state, nnd a charue of sending ob. ne "ea UOl Blove. rected his ship towards the shore, so Into tho susended bodies of the negroes. I If hla report to (lor. Wlllson Justifies through tho mails. His ste , Steinhell Murder Leads to Startlingr long as it could txs navigated. He per When informed that there were con-Plarta, MaSeven persons were In It, all of the troops will be withdrawn. ken under advisement Disclosures, flictlng stories nlsmt the actual selture jnrwl, a 3 year old child was fatally hurt ished at his post. Gen. Johnston, however, does not He Oot tha Vote Capt, IJttlers bodv, which was ter 01 me negroes, Mirrlir llalns gave tliel u louneen niiiiuings were lemnll.ieI I know when this Inspection will bo lnris. Tlie arrest of Madame Stein- Islington, Ky Jack , bell Thnrsdav night, following her coa ribly mutilated, was landed In the nfter- - following version, stating that It was I") a tornado that swept through Chris- - I made for he will lenvo for New York road builder, at tho convene a At Hsu roiiiity to the south, and east of I to attend tho National Trotting Horse of the county prvclnrta, Ice a i ninn) ;thc mur- - I noon in the presence of great crowds, tho true account of what hapcncd: fession, that for months ruia uednesilay morning- The lh I meeting. The militia has been n JCrl frirn hi. der of her painter husband ,anif JInir. I who slood uncovered. Tho other bodies . oclock r.o was in tlie telephone office i I. , . r - I ... talking to Gen. Caldwell at Union City, of the .torm rsnge.1 hi width from 10 I oua drain on the atato tnasury dtir-0n'st.j Japy, who were found strangled in the I were also mutilated ami lburned. of tho only two left mil ncn ue home of the; artist on the lnornltiL' of rni 10 me exciunge m iws aim riirmunz irom a point i inR ino past iu monins. ns nearly vital Importance Dobn streets were quiet and deserted. On one mile south and east of Sparta to I $110,000 has been spent In that way. that any man who could r. a m May 31, her attempt to find the assasCOUNT BONI HAS AN INNING coming out he saw number of men on I nnley (Yeek, eight miles northeast of sins, and the innumerable fantasticclews 1), button could havo his vo' ,if Appeals Court Decision. the streets, and starting hurriedly to the! that town. The only persons believnl to furnished the jiolire and the newspaper Hen Frcckman a sr,jjj(io-ahetif- f. Character of His Former Wife ComKy. To 'meet an enemy Sheriff Frankfort. jail, was met by one of his deputies, ho I Is- - fatally injured is the son a desperate farce to conceal "were only did a hike to a fsnii 'ww. promised in Suit. told him that a mob of ISO men had I of Thomas llraden. The Ilraden home on a public highway and challengo got n needle, thread and Lu the real author of the crime, whom she nl Paris. Count Uoni de Castellane had him for a fight does not constitute nn burst in the doors of the jail, covered wss entirely destroyed by the wild knew, affords Paris the biggest sensa his innings cinched Dolsli's vote and to ! offense sufficient for Indictment under Wednesday In the palace of the six men guarding the prisoners with wind. The child was picked up and tion it lias had for vears. Kentucky laws prohibiting duel tractor's big following justice when his suit asking that the revolvers and guns and told them that dashed against a red hot stove on which tho The excitement produced from time. to custody of his lng. Such was tho opinion ot the children be given their they would kill every one of them unless I tun morning meal was Wing prepared, Crushed Dy Wagon, tune by the Humbert, Dreyfus nnd Syve grandmother, cnurt of appaU when tho case ot the Marquise de Castel tney surrendered tlie tliree negroes. ' ring a Somerset. Ky. ., :., r ,.!., ...,! :nu::r:MM i, William H. Ward against County At do farmer of this county, fell uH i SPREAD OF THE TAINT. I lornoy lloblnson. ot Garrard county, wagon and his body was r ruin ) a " n. f ' ... ....... i.:.i. .....1.. ..a uu.... .... .1. .. !aitreof Unnnel mr - nn .i..: was argued, for tho court handed such n manner that dea'h ai i.' 1 tJl(! ,,rrmarita relations of Anna NO CHILDREN IN 150 YEARS jiointing to the possible exposure of a nni, Iv cn,n Xogro Blood to Bo Mixed With I down Its opinion from tho bench at Instantanruus. Ping was crru J n .i,i.., national scandal promise to attract to prove I 'he conclusion of tho argument made hauling logs and the waxm w.s White, Says Mra. Blake. tlmt thev traveled together In world-widCornell Professor Bays Race Suicide attention. " Assistant Attorney uencrai r. u. cd heavily. In some way ho i ' tJ Xew Vork -- Mrs. Ullie n s.ptrmb;r of ,B07 FnIM la on Increase. ior me commonweiiHii, balance and fell off. ,.f Illske i.... McrtrcKnr. and then lived at the Chateau dti Maris Jthaca, X. V. Pointing out that la at a meeting of the solely for i.lillcal h?WlnB ,hal ,ho ALL UIU nCUUnUd DnUftCM durinc October. In dune. 1903. thev Kentucky Press Mtetmj. went to a hotel nt Versailles, but wpuld the last fifty years there has been a the a dlUu.slon Uard hoM not havc bfn found. " ca .a a I "Criminal Hotel A.tor Insaying, Louisville, Ky. The conn Study," by Drives His Cor at the Rate I not live in the tame part of the hotel crease in me prortloii ol clill.lren imrn Winner after Official Flaures. arrangements for Ihc m!d1s r"t;w-luiu c. rj i,wu Koiiiuii oi vm m the children. reference had made by others to of 65.1 Miles an Hour. Frankfort. Ky Tho stato election , of the Kentucky Press nt & I (i ft. "ca,,"al 01 lnclr wvior was so i. t"e fee.ir.1 of nrgroe-I-n criminal annals, board, after making an ofllclal can- - at the call of tho chairman R W. r, .Savannah, 0a. All American automo- t, -... p e"" WOHIU "0t re"1 " TnM uniic i.kmhi is now so mixed with vast of tho voto cast In tho preslden- bile record were smashed Thursday, Cornell Lni- - ,,4cU UooA that the real negro is being I tlnl election In Kyntucky. announwd llronn, met and set December I.. il,en Tni. vi.f iMr children to associate with the De deportment of statistics at tho date for tho mldwin'c- - trf u, eriiy, mm ciuss oi tornei. siuuems w1mhI out. In 100 years from now I tho following resuf. : alWn" Republican, which Is to bo held at 'he Ue' car, won the $3,000 gold cun offerol ,,' , no directions KHiuy don t suptioso there will be one left, and 235.71 1: democrntn. 244.092: tirohlbl hotel,' by Ihc Automobile Club of America and ',0"e'? ?w M Tliese figures indicate that If changes I everybody, broadly speaking, will havo tlonists, 5W socialist;' 4,000: socia'l .J . r euucanoiu I ,ur lclr "ire J..M.nIU. like these in progress In this country I a strain of negro blood in their veins. 1 1st labor, 404; peoplo's party, 333; In' Employes' Work Saves Olst.tltry, dependence, 200. Tho total roto wea Hh bUULU A TALE UNFOLD during the past lialf century were to I cannot say that I will regret It." lx)ulsvlllo, Ky. Decisive sc pionOilp of the automobile. continue unchecked for a century and a I There were others who did not take 490,67. The democratic plurality tho employes ot tho Mellwxd l' The winner covered the I this view. I was S.331. be no children tlllcry Co. gared one of 'be t a ' ourse In 370 minutes 31 seconds, or at British Subject Residing In Korea half more, there would BU.I w left." distilleries In the world from Bays Japanese Are Awful. the astonishing rate of 03.1 miles an I GEORGIA MORMONS ALARMED Kentucklans Nominated. Hon by fire. As It wss flre.dcsircjtl Rejecting as unsound and not proied hour, or nearly a mile an liour faster I Los Angeles, Cal.i-S. Holloway, of nussellvlllo. Ky. A democratic conc"aU,;Vns, entailing a lost than tho 61.3 mile record made by Geo, I Iondon, who for five years had charge the Hencerian theory that the advance 0000 "Black vcntlon to nominate a Judgo and comof civilization means a decrease In the Mormon Church Burned Itobertson In a Locomobile car in the I of the Ilritish roncessions in Korea and Hand" Letters to Members. Vanderbilt cup race this year. Victor I Is returning after a short absence, Is birth rate, and ulso the conception of iuillclal district met at the courthousa. Barn With Contents Durntd. Atlanta, (la. The tieople of Montreal. inAen W l M.nilM.i. w.. rnnnii.i. Ilemery, in a Herman Henz car, was sec- - now In this city. Mr. Holloway said some specialists that the spread of f" Leltchfleld, Ky. A largo l holism lu rlviliied countries causes a de-- 1 u Ullage 8 miles of here, are in a state natcd for Judgo am' J. R. Mlllcry Todd I that if privileged to speak he could tell nnd, iO seconds behind the winner, cov longing to tho oslato of 'he 1st ttt cline, Prof. Willcox said very plainly 0f terror, owing to the receipt of iium- - wna nominated for commonwealth a Ia tale of cruelty 011 the part of the cring the course in 371 minutes 27 see- K Oreen. of Falls of Itouch, ttiU Tho real reason for the decline is that erous "Muck Hand" letters threatening I attorney. Mr. Thomas tho retiring county, was burned. Flftvne to ouds, or at the rate of 04,'J miles per I Japanese In their treatment of the I Koreans which would make every mem In modern times, and particularly lu the them with death. Recently a Mormon attorney, haa been elected congress- - and mulca wcro burnisl and Iffimf" hour. .Montreal was destroyed ly last half century, of liirths Mr of ,le w,ite race rise'In arms against and the birth rate the control under lin-- I church at and the elders forml to llee. II man, quantities of feed were deit-- t D.lTAN IU bftAH IN I bXAb the Mikado's tieople. dvnninitc- has come Tho origin of the tiro Is unknosn. I am returnliiL to Korea nml tint msn control in a sense oud to a degree Since then ten families supK)ed to hate M1'" Drown Jufls Were Souvenirs, Frackfoit, Ky. Justice John M. leanings to Morinonlsm have Southern Programme Includea Two leaving." said Mr. Holloway, "or I would never before true." mvlv National License League. Harlan was entertained with a din I ing "HUck Hand" letters, la talk. It would be one of the most start Louisville, Ky. The .National or Chief Justice K. nt tho horn (Talveston,. Tex. Advices from Colonel ling stories ever published if a connie lWmalcr ItlchardMin, of Montreal, ned 0'Rear near this city. Gov. Will- - conso League was Incorporated DEMAND TARIFF ON COTTON C. William, Jennings Hryan, who is in Mon- - I tent uexyspaper man was sent to Korea or nml has appealesl to Gov. Hoke. Smith for son and the appellate Judges being listing no cajdtal stock signing lhe .niprotection. Richardson told Gov, Smith guests. Tho terey, Mexico, announce his plans to in- - I and the real eondition of Jupanese op souvenirs were "llttlo Indebtedness. Thoso Can Undersell lll(t tlie ,own t,Uor pretaile.1 and that (ieorte elude 11 speechmaklng tour prcsslon told to the world. It would Egyptian Grower brown Jugs" containing cigars, but cies wcro T. M. Gllmore W'M Tneir American competitors. "people feared for their lives. Richard Shelby Ronnie, 0. in South Texas, interspersed with hunt- - I make every white man revolt and turn banquet ended with champagne. tho Uike City, Fla. The Sea Island Cot- - I soni says the mob is determined to ex ing and social receptions in which he I against the Jupanese.' and Graeme McGowan, $5,000 Fire at Mt. Vernon. ton Growers' Association of Georgia and I tlrmlnate the 'Mormon influem-- lu Mon- jiava he has something of lmoortaiie to I Tle of Tornado'i Tall New Hotel To Supplant Mt. Vernon, Ky. Fire originating In Florida, in contention here adopted reso- - I trral, and because he and tho other tell mi' to his friends in TeHs hii.i l,. Tlio tail end of a tornado lutions calling for a tariff of 10 cents I families won't join the mob, their lives I tho reataurant of Hyslngrr Ky. Plans fcr a Co. don.nnU all of tlipm lit. frl...l. i,i i. eight-stor"fought alwut reconciliutloa between per pound on Kgyptlsn sea islsnd cotton, I and projierty are threatened - not sov whether this Iiiformutlim hotel on tho site ' J"' sloesHtrocd tho bilck buildings occupied by Robert Coj, general atoro; C C. nnd Limestone streets, now occur'' (. imlitleal. rli,.i,, nr a.lrle. tn !,. ThomiisOii Jloyle, an aged farmer of St which, it is declared, on account of the MAY BOSS CHINA. ROOSEVELT Cox, furniture; 8. 1), Ramsoy, meat by tho historic old Phoenix friend he ha. some CUir ""'"'J'' ,1,,noU und hU wlfpi ,,oy,e lower cost of production, forces the ay farmers. Ills , wif" Ux a American growers of this staple to. sell market, and Vr. D. Ii. Southard, uf-- j l VJIHI IIIIUII Ulll. "... .' 'IwruteJ raluable Information to impart to the and May Act as Confidential Adviser to II '"1 l lon separate houses on their product below the cost of produc urc anu uxiurcs. iti.vuu; insur the directors or tho Phoenix Jiewr settlers in the Kio firande valley Cclestlan Empire. soon. mice, 11,100. tion, lhe convention appointed a com which Is now settling up und where the ' " " Toklo. The Japanese Advertiser gives Thursday's tornado reached down and mlttee to upjieur before the Ways and "Commoner'' holds an option on two They Carrie Together. Suspicious Dlaxe, blew the old man's house away. ForgetMeans (oiniuittee ut Washington on De the most prominent publicity to the ru largo tracts, of undeveloped land. orticers unty Lexington, Ky. Clovq Smith, of this Ixmlsvllle, ting her troubles with her husband, she cember 1 and present argument for the nnr eniunutttlif from I'ekln that nni. tt vorsains, InvcsllgnlliiK a flro which des j went to his assistance und with the atd proiioscd 10 er ffiit duty 1"' Kgtptlau' the principal objects of Mr. Tan Shao cl, B,m James WOULD REVISE HOUSE RULES br-- ,T'io former hod n ro-- a barn and lino stock on the coun of her tw o sons drugged him out of tho se.i island cotton. Yi's mission to the L'nlt States Is the cane ,a"vr a .K,"'' D,ml" place noaVOicro of John Hays 4 ilAl.rly V.ii tlm fri.t llf.iu It. immu to '""7, otters and Jelegrams were lend from endeavor ,. induco President Roosevelt omi'lled tho gun ot Clmnler and then ton. Tho total loss Is flOK... fi.i.... Townsend flan, to Curtoll Speaker ..,ifi,i,,ii.i ,uivir tllB Tlm ,Mieu.d t,10 cotton mill operators nnd other promi- .......( , , uril, , t, uannon Aumoruy. ... "It '" over tho head with It. Tint brood nnd running horses 1.,. ,.f ,..w).ii.. .i .i .f T,,v , nent men In the South Indorsing tho " only blood spilled. mated. Jackson, MlchCoiigressman diaries ... e.m,.tl..al , .lir,inii(1 i,.r. I turllf on sea island cotton. j i V. Townsend of this city, who has jutt Cooperage Plant Resumes. Forest Fires Rao0Kills Sitter's Sweetheart. rtf, ARRESTED AFTER 18 YEApS. returned from a three weeks' hunting ROCKEFELLER EVADES WRIT. firci Puducah. Ky. Tho barrel depart Paducah. Ky-F- orcst (iu. Ilecuiise I.awriiKevllle, trip, discussing reiiorts that he is to bo Frsse mcnt of thn Puducah Coopurago Co. Ing again nil over Western -- -...r .J - rM1 Pvtt..r.l. nnilu'a Pu.r.Aa .uu I 1'mII,i. refllnlHl- to IfU.H lulvlllf.n ntli.li. . an uctlve caiuliuute lor oi tlie I -v.w v. .. . I r .. -l tMlltll..! nnnrsllun i.ll.. b o.....ln... v...,..w,...v... In place, wholo com fields "a next house of representatives, said to tlon to Miss Ora linglish, he was shot Hustles Magnate blaxlng. At Alma, t .c Oklu. Deputy Sheriff Fred Ardmoie, by her brother, Ilyrd kngll.h, a, day t a llfe.y sc-n.7regu ar.y being owa re do Xew York.-T- he.e s' been ttus Including tho dancing P" park, "The only campaign I have decided Williams uneatetl William Klayton ut us Mr. Rockefeller was leaving the eourt bo " n.l the girl were ri.trriiV church, I)racllcallv closed '" 'uruWTyler charged with murder committed and othor buildings. of his testimony, whero revival services were iu progress. 1IKJ11 will h6 for it revision of the house liouse at the eighteen years ago In Alubuma. Slay Lindsay HI. nil in so that the speaker nnd hli thrct Ouard Accidentally Shoots Himself. procesi server tried to thrust a sub- - Wallace is of good family, but is dis- refu-e- d to make any statement, poena Into the bunds of the b' Loxlngton, Ky. Kent Hill, who f..r party colleagues on the1 committee on ton has Standard tusbful to Mis hnglLhs father, who Frankfort. Is said he was placed under urrest in head, but a clerk necompunylng Mr. warmM the young man not to visit his MX months has been guurdlng D. L. William Lindsay Is conlln'd rules will not lie the whole thing. Sev it Alabumu follow lug the Iiynl brother, II. Holly's tobacco against lilghl rl home In this city suffering f0';' , eral of our strongest levislonlsts were jail and lied to Indian crime, but broke Rockefeller saw his purpose und before I daughter. Territory, . .1.. .........i ..t....n.,.. .I......I...1 i'i,i. I ho has si nco lltcd iieuceably, untilwheie the MiibiKjenn could bo scried, ho pushed who is 111 the Culled States nuvv. re- i!cr. la In a' husnllul hern with a nut. foot, which was bruised " fj , , ,11111 .11.7 IV.ru. VllV.IVIl. .iriTHlll onu Mr. Rockefeller Into an elevator. The leiilly came home on furlough and he, let III his left sldo Just bolow tho lung night while he was suudt ... . , defeat nutuntlly weakens our revision I . ,. ,. , ' WU"UCU M krf1' cclJcn,al dlschare of crowd reviewing the return' , still we arc going to inako the jI und gave UockeWler'' outMN maivJc-buytou secret to the officers. Thirty Lives Lost and Much Prop erty Destroyed. .Utile Rock1, Ark. Two tornadoes. ROUND ABOUT THE STATeIWhat la Golnrf on - Sections ot -- , .. 1 r.. Ky.-Ho- ldlrr Vtll T , )":"'"c T .r ' , ?"'. "f-""- 1 Pnnlc-Strlcke- ltv ' 'r 'f'n r"""' ky. we ,,. i,.i ivilv 1 y """ w.l u-.- U-e- Tno-tliird- a IJIH. "L!": 'I l'eesl. ?VL bi,,. 1 mc. Thres-Year-O- ld n 1 ik-..- trAii-if.r-- V, o iI i le u, 1 lnr(in.. .i i.iM.i i e ,uy .r ail iiim .r. nnnuru ... . cr..i! ,t -n-m-tl,!.,- ,"'f"t Mll - ' . T Ju r. V , V.,r, !1!n 1 .!. lng S-- 1 ' W. aU-o- - 1 U-e- two-week- s' . - tr iiii, ar. Ky.-Co- ,, ... ,.,., ,'. - ; ,,i .... t' - sm-uke1 -- f..,. -V ::,':." LI? !" - .. Ky.-Fo- rmcr tl. - 1 i,; . M"1 M COUUDNT FOOL UNCLE REUBEN. 5iral2b4 Llrjejr for jFlg- -' P&cl&I Washington Whisperings Interesting Hit of Nawa Gathered nt the National Capital. . a. Darky Knew Only the One Man M "Nstorlous Republican." Mr Allen, who enjoys tho distinction of being the only whlto Uopubllcan In his aeetlen of thn stato, has In his employ an urc I an Arkansas planter, Absolute Edict of Fashion. Distortion & Pr querjt P&ult of tb Younger Generation nr nn lii rc-nu'nn as a . resort last y- -il ale lias5iuttic S. tg - i f w D viiaua nnu coma iiiumaies noxi ins TPm minister. iwitviiui d, ""r Hough lllilors. A few of tho mot prominent, mem. NO SKIN LEFT ON BODY. ber! of tho clan aro: Herbert W, Ilowen. diplomatist; he was serving as minister to Vrnezuo-l- a For 8lx Months Baby Was Expects to Ole with Eczema Now Well mn nrnnounccd that It nau a whllo Taft was secretary of war, -- Doctor 8ald to Use Cutlcura. ..i... i -- ffrt nn the nonular unuor- - and was recalled by President Ilooie. rt i Aiimlnlitratlon. volt because of certain diplomatic In"Six months after birth my llttlo girl ona fle discretions, Ileforo being; appointed to jlr Taf's Prron' broke out with eczema and I bad two .n m in mi entirely different Venezuela ho was minister to Persia. .i Thn nnn n't of men whom W. H. Ijiw, former member of the doctors In attendance Thcro was not vm nthnrn In urmtlmftntfll .Connecticut legislature and former as- a particle of skin left on her body, the pArBril l mniiA un nf sistant tax commissioner of New York. blood oozed out Just nnywhere, and we .M..tT--ki- n ... .nnv rmvtn tin whfl James llrlggs McKwin, Ilopubllcan bad to wrap hor ln silk and carry her ... i. l i Viln In 1878. Nnftrlr 111 leader In Albany and for three terms on a pillow for ten weeks. Sho was the , .v. .. most tcrrlblo eight I over saw, and for nrn nnw n lltttrt river Co member of tho stato senate, Merrill Moores, formerly assistant six months I looked for her to dlo. I if asc, and most of them un- in used every knbwn romcdy to allovl-atattorney general of Indiana, her suffering, for It was terrible James l'rotus 1'lggot, formerly a !" ec-- health aro In actlvo T gavo her up. Dr. member of congress from Connecticut. to witness. Dr. C 3 ar.d a largo number haro tt recommended tho Cutlcura 'r rr tr.arks In various nflines. MaJIro Tanoka Tajlrl, vie minister Remedies. Sho will soon bo three r t- tnnnv mtintrlna thn of finance of Japan In 1892 and ennobled In 1S9S for sorvlco In tho war years old and has never had a sign of the dread trouble slnco. Wo used II1M il IIILI'IL IIUUI IB .311,1. with China. about eight cakes ot Cutlcura Soap m mm . v wv .. . mMf-.i- l z and thrco boxes of Cutlcura Ointment a w. i rwi vy James J. Smith, Durmld, Vs., OcL 14 of ovonlng gowns made of Uio fasclnat and 22, 1906." Ing. fltmy Philippine fabrics, which she PAMPERED. brought back to tho states with her after her long resldenco In Manila. And yet sho brought only what she might havo actual need of In the uear fturo. According to her thrifty nature, sho purchases only what sho can see a uso for. Mrs. Taft has never been THE nex islitress of the Whlto wealthy. Her money Is always spent 1 II "1 Judiciously. rt alinnnlni lltat As Iftlllr Mrs, Taft patronizes always tho con servatlvo establishments. Rood val itorri. The Washington store-keep- re t a'eu In tno next inreo uo for tho money Is what aho looks Mrs. Ncwrlch Will your hounds folWaihlngton women will order for first, In shopping. Sho rarely goes . ....... i. i. Into tho cheap stores, except for unim- low a fox? k Nowrlch Why r I think they o In tho winter preceding tho portant articles, which careful women know how to buy. During her rest would it tho fox was dressed and 1st Mrs. Taft Is so friendly to denco In Washington she has dono her cooked. purchasing mainly In the shops along. A Long Walt. : irt 3 tnem, aoi many year nas K streot. "Well, Jesse," said a Now England, . . . . mi.i.v..Mrs. Taft and her daughter are both ...Ilk careful buyers. In doing Christmas er, on rotumlng to his natlvo Vermont la the matter of clothes Mr. Taft shopping, they rarely aro guilty of pur town after an absenco of several years, chasing useless trifles. They go about "how aro things? Aro you married ?; tii imislly handsomely gowned months before tho holiday week, and yet? And did that rich old undo of yours lcato you any money?" Uf t ;'hr are never tho first thins by tho tlmo other Christmas ahoppori "No, I ain't married yet; nor ain't h a'trar's tho attention of tho aro beginning to think of buying, their so far's I :grncr tasto runs to tno plain gifts aro bought and carefully put likely to bo, despondently.kin see,' an"If Uncle c h ssd rkh silks. 8ho Is cm- - away, carefully labeled, awaiting the swered Jcsso, r silk-z-auspicious day. In this respect Mrs. Hill had dono as ho ought to, I s'pose r not tho tallor-madmy Her favorite colors for Taft Is much llko Mrs. Itooseveit, only I'd been settled down In a house of 'is I'rwt aro brown and gray and for that Mrs. Itooseveit docs much of hor own a long ttmo ago." "So t:ns ear pink, almost Invariably. gift shopping In tho Jewelry shops, That's ho didn't leave you a cent? too bad!" ria has never appeared In an ltn whllo Mrs, Taft Is moro apt to look "Yes; an' It puts me an' Mary In an Krttl ciwn, She has had a number In tho department or notion stores. awful hard place. Thcro nln't nothln' for us t' do now but to set down on' wait for aomo o her folks to dlo." or rctlro from business. As n One of the Three. women of all colors and ages "Well, there wro only threo boys aro leaving their names and applicawho could answer one More In school tion for tho coveted license. than COO havo nlready requested per question that tho teacher asked us,1 mission to continue tho vocation of said a proud boy of eight; "And I hopo my boy was one ot the cleansing Treating apparel. Is understood some learned In- threo," said tho proud mother. It "You bet I was," answered Young dangerous .mspector discovered icrobes In his starched shirt front, and Hopeful, "and Sam Harris and Harry Stono woro tho other two." Is now lyASIIINOTON henco tho ordor that all washerwomen "I am very glad you proved yourself tho most governed city on must tako out permits. It Is Intendfa, U unnds without a rival In ed to examlno alt places whero family so good a scholar, my son; It makes rcgula-3- . laundering Is performed and soothat your mother proud of you. What quesJi Ea"er of statutes and, Cbngrcts enacts tho laws and they are put In a perfectly sanitary tion did tbo teacher ask, Jobnnlo?" "'Who broke the glass In tho back tr'.amvira'e of commissioners pro condition. Otherwise tho business of window " t'ibo tho rules under which people cleansing them must ceaso. hve and movo and havo a being. A' regulation was promulgated that NEW LIFE ch and every walk of life Is p!aa-- obJcctlonabl6 noises must bo elimWith rvmtl.ltlnn. Found In Change to Right Food. ''"'i Thn. ran.:. inated. Soft pedals wcro to bo put lltbs y from supervision of wash. on tho early garbago collodion waromca to tho control of corporat- gons, and tho nogro with superabunAfter one suitors from acid dyspep ions. dant Joy whs instructed to ceaso whis- Ela, sour stomach, for months and then Ami to tt finds tho remedy is in gcttlug tho right tling after dark. ottfr day tho local health department All dogs must bo muzxlod or held kind of food It Is something to speak u besieged by washerwomen, all In leash. All homeless cats aro out about. Mk nK tho required A N. Y. lady and her young son had llocnso by means supposedly gathered up by the hlch they may bo enabled such an experience and sho wants to "Mk the weeks lauudry of tho or All newsboys must havo a license, others to know how to get relief, She taxiayer homo wjthout tho beforo selling papers. Kvory cash girl writes: c!o bundle being "fir about fifteen months my little confiscated by a and olTIco boy uildor 14 years of ago boy and myself had suffered with sour .ant Itrpector Kvery "lai'y" who must have his or her little permit' b Wo wcro unaLlo to retain stomach. J,ia.to wa hlng, and they mo est!- - foro. number moro than 3,000. Loitering on the streets Is pro- much ot anything wo ato. ai- -t In this wny for so obtain a permit within 30 lays hibited. ' "After Buffi-rinlong I decided tb consult a specialist In stomach diseases. Instead of drugs, ho put us both on and wo began to Improve Tho printed sheets would completely Grapo-Nutcover 45 squaro acres of ground, and Immediately. "It was the key to a new life. 1 If cacti pngo could bo laid end to end found wo had been eating too much a blcyclo track 947 miles long could heavy food which wo could not digest. be obtutnod, In a few weeks after commencing Tho number of words contained ln Grnpo-NutMAW I was ablo to do my house thla year's run of specchos havo boon work. I wnka in tho morning with a roughly estimated at 230,009,000,000. clear head and feci roM and havo no With tho newspaper calculation of fqur My boy vcrn,,et Printing office was readers to each copy, this would ro sour stomach. laugh. sleeps well and T" wakes with a "l ,c,or ln 1,10 rcccnt qulra tho assimilation of ueaily 1,000, MCJeiM ' ,) "Wo havo regained our lost weight can'Pale. This lnstltu-0U- l 000,000,000 words. lot :'t for and contlnuo to ent Grnpo-Nut- s ,,or th0 ncpubllcan and In tho gov Tho printing of speeches both tho morning and evening meals, 7.418.700 copies of erntuent printing oMce for members Wo aro K,...d',,Mfca ,n ingress, sur- - of tho senate and bouse of representa- Grape-Nuts-." woll and happy uand owo tt to Heason." "There's tives has, bcaa reduced, to an exact Namo given by Postum Co., llattlo science through yuat of txpcrloucn. Head "Tho Itoad to '"Sea'tln.,?1?"1 0t CIXmale Tho prliitlnt; is paid for bv the mem- Creok. Mich. rkgs. Wollvlllo," In 1,10 Inning ber of congress drawing tho requisinrrt n i:cr rrnd the nbov Irllrrt A Tlirr WO rouii. (rum Urn to llnir. C0.n8fess exceeds 400.- - tion, but tho mailing Is dous by frank, duo appear are uroutuc, true, and ull ot huuia ur ttuout 14 car loads. at public expense. -i Jims of tho next president. As boy nnd men they havo been closest to hli heart. 11a know their wives nnd their children, No matter how busy, ho It always ready to hear about a new baby or grandchild or an old classmate. With many ho keep tip n . , ... . "rolich rl eorrcipondonco. Tim lie may not appoint ,; n of 'to Taft administration na many of them to otneo as RooseI: the r rwbers of tho Yalo class velt did Hough Hitlers, but tho White . r. win Itooseveit occamo llnnQ doors are sure to bo open to ' tim soldiers of his famous thorn. Theso aro tin men who will tho Whlto House como and Ret their names In tho pa, '" '... ' Tt.- liriicn uiucr coionei never pers. Instead of tho bristling, nolay amo B Thoso nro tho Hens, tho Ilobi, tho n ni iwruinuv iu shuw m h.a comrades by granting ... .1 nf prrst anil small inr - Thn fnniineis of tno nrest- f aged negro known as Undo lleuben, who "fit fur do union endurtn' de wah." For snmo time the old man had been endeavoring to sccuro a pension from the govornmont for this service. A few days ago, as Mr. Allen was riding by a field where he was plowing, Undo Hcubon hailed him with the words! "Maroc, dono got my pension, an' I wants to swnr to It bofoh you," "Olad to hear that, Undo lleuben; but you must do your swoarlng bofore a magistrate Squlro McCabo Is the man for you to see." "Vow, mnrno, quit tryln' to fool ole rttibc. My 111' gal who goes to school an' kin read wrliin' dono road mo from doso ipnhs dat I mus' a war to dem befoh a notorious Uopubllcan, an' dat's what you Is, kaso over' ono knows dat Bqulro McCabo am a Democrat," Vow York Times. lo ... lylty -- o -- ew misiress . w rit in ner uwn oiiupuniR As It was rumored In tho summer, tho padded waist lino hnV como to pss. There Is an oblong pillow worn clown tho center scam ofsklrt and princes frock to give a largo. waist Jlno and a straight drop from bust to floor Kxtra thin women aro padding tho corset at tho back, where tho straight frock or coat is apt to fall Into a curved waist lino. This spoils tho effect of tho wide, straight back, which is the featuro of good fashion Women who havo largo waists nro happily letting them out and having comfort for tho first tlmo In their lives, Tho only thing is that ono must wear gowns and coats In straight lines, otherwise tho effect Is absurd. Anything that tends to cnlargo hips nnd bust Is considered bad management In dressing, nnd even though tho waist lino Is not only lot out, but padded, tho hips are laced In absolutely tight from tho waist down. Kvcry woman docs not know how to lace n corset, nnd If sho Is In error the result will bo worso this year than for many seasons before. ,. It must always be unlaced Us cntlro length every tlmo It Is removed. Oth. erwlso bones break and steels snap and the corset Issts half Its appointed lime. When It Is pnt on It should bo hooked up In front, then tho hands put tinder It to draw up tho flesh. Next the elastics aro fastened to tho stockings and tho flguro comfortably adjust-ebeforo tho lacing begins. The laccrs, which havo loops In tho center, should bo pulled a llttlo at that lino first, then they should bo pulled hard at tho extrerao lower edge, bringing tho edges of tho corset together. This should bo dono all tho way up over tbo hips, tho extra length of lacers pulled out nt tho center. Tho lamo method of lacing should then begin nt tho top of tho corset, only It Is not necessary to laco so tightly above as below. Tho strings ln tho center are pulled as tight as one wishes and tied In a loose knoL They should novcr k brought around tho corset and tied front, as this destroys tho waist lino by denting It and finally breaking the corset bones. m d n Do you realize how rnro It Is to set n strong, quiet faco? tne next tlmt-yo- u go down tho street tri ' tho cart look for one, If thcro were an epldomlc of St, VI tils dance thcro might bo sorao exctist for tho distorted countenance yot sec. Tho girl who docs not bite hci Hps and draw In hor eyes toward het nose, arches her eyebrows (thlnklnt tt coquettish), or puckers her moutr. till ono thinks of persimmons or i gathorlng thread. Ono would feel llko laughing If I did not seem moro to bo cried over For much of this distorting Is neediest nnd nil la disfiguring. Oddly enough lack of facial rcposo Is moro notlcca bio In women and girts than ln met or boys. Is it because tho former an moro There nro sorao girls who think I quiet faco must bo a stupid ono, s they smirk and Jerk and shrug In thi mistaken Idea that they are animated Forced piquancy has but ono endln? wrinkles for tho piquant nnd sneer Ing amusement for tho looker-oMany a woman spends a small fortum on electricity, cold packs and massage when all she needs Is to root out dls figuring habits. There Is no wrlnkh cure known that will conquer con '. firmed wrlnklo-maklnSometimes facial distortion comet from bad eyesight or lack of nervous control. Whatever the cause, whethet silliness or physical tils, try to get rlr of It. Find out whether yours is a repose ful faco. Your family will bo only to glad to give you tho information Then ask their help ln making it so. You will not llko that help. It grows deadly wearing to havo friends say Just "When you think yourself looking flno: "Mllly, stop squinting;" "Mar garet, get away from that frown;' "Don't bo coy, VIoloL" Ilut endure It as you would a bad medicine. Thore Is no remedy too severe In tho Interest of a restful face ln this day of distortions. Plain features that aro quiet as nature planned them have more real beauty than a Greek nose, a perfect mouth, and Inspiring eyes that aro always la motion. n IIWBBBBHM4 JSJB i. H RRRRRRPiiV' RRRRb mbV JHRiS " ' MR. WM. F. VAHLBERG. 'One bottloof Tenina which I bava taken did moro toward rellevlntr me of an nggravatcd case of catarrh ot the Kiomnch, than years of treatment with tho best physicians. "I had given no hooet of relief. nnJ only tried Peruna as n lust resort. "I shall continue using1 it, as I feel satisfied it will effect an entire and permanent cure. "I mostchcerfully recommend Peruna, to all who may read this." Peruna is usually taken as a last resort. Doctors have been tried and failed. Other remedies have been used. Sanitariums havo been visited. Travel has been resorted to. At lost Peruna is tried. Belief is found. This history is repeated over and over again, every day in tho year. It Is such results ns this 'that gives Peruna-Itunassailable hold upon tho people. Wo could sny nothing that would add force to such testimonials ns the above. That people who have had catarrh anal nnvo tricu every other remedy available, find relief In Peruna, constitutes tho best argument that could be tnadc s Mr. William F. Vahlbertr. Oklahoma City, Okla., writes: USED TO IT. tt i:ri 1 t. .'.. V VV 1 Braiding. Some of tho now coats havo their entlro surface covered with a closo design ot soutacho braiding. This was the height of style ycara ago, and It has been revived In exactly Its old form. The soutache is put on as though It were cut out with a Jig saw, and it Is qulto effective. One model ln green broadcloth has n seven-gorecircular skirt, with high waistband, and fastens down the left front with buttons of green velvet cov ered with, soutache. The coat falls below the knees at back and to tho kners In front It Is covered from shoulder to hem with theso scrolls and turns mado of 1- in foquc Fox furs aro tho leaders. Sleoves cannot grow any smaller. All tho latest coats are dlrectolre. Millinery wings ace larger than - Ws ever. Old Gent Are you not ashamed to stand there listening to such awful language? Tho Boy Oh course I ain'L I'm goTf coddfe. Long lines characterize every garTho big pillow muff supersedes all ment. a others. In belts proper elastic will be the -- ran most popular. Not for years has parted hair been so fashionable. dresses lead all others The soutache. Tho fronts do not meet except by In popularity. Tho neck outline of bodices Is likely means, of a heavy black satin waistcoat fastened with green velvet to grow higher. Padded pipings with soutache are buttons. one-piec- e sweater. They Don't Speak Now. "You love long rambles ln the country?" nsked tho girl in the white "Wash Ladies" Must Have? a License conso-quenc- y ' When Hanging Curtains. A houso decorator gives this Important advlco to women who aro arranging their homes. They should not hang curtains of ono color ngnlnst a wall paper of another color. They should not Join carpets of opposite colors. They should not put different papers on tho walls ot adjoining rooms which have wide archways or folding doors between. These are simple suggestions, but they mean a great deal. The woman who Is guided by them will arrlvo at much better results than sho vflio Ignores them. Svbcn It Is not posslblo to have the carpets nllkq in rooms that aro Joined by wldo openings, a rug should be laid over tho long scam to hide IL Opposite Materials. 'In dress 'goods fabrics thore is a merry war going bit between tho roughest ot rough tweeds and the softest of, satin weaves. Doth are at tho top of popularity, and each woman wants n suit of ono and a gown of leading decorations. a wonder sho don't laugh outright" The sealskin coat will bo moro popPanorama Headaches. ular than for years. Caused by constant shifting of tn There Is a fad for heavy embroider" gaze, as by moving picture shows, trav on gauzo stockings. eling In rapidly moving conveyances, and tho like may be greatly rclloved by Velvet Roses. external application to the eyes ot Dr. Tho new thing of tho moment Is the. Mitchell's Eye Salve. It strengthens are tho eyes and takes away that burning Immense rose with petals that larger than an ordinary rose, made tensatlon. Automobillsts useIltchelrs ot hello velvet and worn on tho front Eye Salve. For sale everywhere 25c. I of a haL Sometimes two smaller ones Immigration and Emigration. aro placed at tho sides, and between In nlno months of tho current year them Is n fdstoon ot hello tulle. Thoso roses aro also worn at the 310,000 aliens came to this country fceoplb went front ot bodice nnd Just below tho left and 570,000 foreign-borDuring the similar hip on an evening gown mado with a back to Europe. tunic that crosses over at loft and li period ot last year there arrived la slashed to show nn underskirt of tulle Araerlca 1,135,000 aliens, while thdsa who departed from these shores numor chiffon. bered only 330,000. by American Beauty Waistcoat. It you want to liven up a black coal suit, put In a waistcoat of. American This Is a beauty satin or velvet. smart touch nnd shows that you aro qulto ln with tho fashions. It may be fastened down center witn biacic vet' "Ye3, Indeed," responded tho young man ln the green bat with the purplo band and buckled shoes. "When I go out ln the country all nature seems to ' smile." "Gracious! I don't blame her. It la Degenerates. and Opium by lead to Degeneracy. But Malaria in, both' the father! nod mother of half of the degenerates and blazes the war for the rest of them. .Tolinann'a Tonic is the only medicine which will drive eut every trace ana taint ot .Malarial potson. Alcohol f the other. v' J. vet or cut Jet buttons. pound-maste- r. 'Dad DeerM8Diiu At Atlantic City Miss Emma Nutter-wa- s ministry at. the ordained Into-thMothodlst Protestant conference. For six years she was a licentiate preach-In- g at a small church there and studying theology. Syrup tffigs e Cleanses g' Ions of Campaign Print Sent by Frank P'J g eima lKoy.stemEffoct-unlJy.Dispe- ls s Colds audneauV anjiqs tlaq to Constlnatian; Our Bkotch Illustrates a very effective way of decorating tho spaco Imme diately above the dado with a number of small pictures, all of tho samo slzo. This form of decoration Is especially adaptablo to a reading or smoking room. and may bo carried out entlroly round tho room, small oaK ironies, ready mado, can bo purchased In many of tho shops at a moderate cost, and aro very eultnblo for framing photographs and engravings. in tho room from which our sketch was mado, a number of photogrnphs had been framed quite plainly In this manner, and they were arranged In raw resting on tho beading at tho head of tho dado. Abovo them, and cut ra as to slightly overlnp tho top of tho frames, a second beading had been nailed, tho pictures In their places. Headings suitable for this purposo can bo obtained very cheaply, and for a Blmllar decoration, of a smaller kind, cabinet photographs look wondorfully well and make nn Interesting nddltlou to a room. Pictures or photographs so arranged in no way interfere with. Ur gr pictures that may bo buug above tuein. and-bel- Acts naturally, acts Truly as o Laxative. Dost forAIcnwmcn and Unlit anil OuU To et rts ljqnejicialEjfccts Always uuvtlte Genuine jvlucK s rat -- Vbunj Uns'llic Jull name qjthc Lorn- - IS1 "'CALIFORNIA Eg-S(lyvhain it i y Uttwl. manufactured, printed on the front of iHory pacMlQu. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS ens size only, regular price $()' bo"' rup Co. Ellison Bros BIG DECEMBER xxxoritlx SALE TDOfcfixiixixxer Saturday, Dec. 5th Our sales were so heavy during the Fire Sale that we were obliged to purchase large additional stocks of Fall and Winter merchandise, and buying so late, we bought them at much lower prices, and they will be sold at corresponding reductions. All lots of merchandise reduced for the Fire Sale will go at Fire Sale prices and less JJor tlx of December, Cloaks, Skirts, Ready-to-We- ar Garments A rare purchase of Sale of Holiday Linens We have some genuine bargains to offer in this line. New Goods Just Received. wide, at a yard.. 05c Very beautiful white Table Linen, 1.25 quality at 1 3.00 Nankins to match at a dozen 4U, 39 and ZUc White mercerized Table Damask bargains at Fancy Mexican Work Table Covers and Dresser Scarfs in white Linen 88 75 and 35c great values at 1.75 and 1.35 All Linen large size Napkins, bargains at 30c 50c Linen Damask Towels . 35c Fine Damask and Huck large hemmed Towels 25c lare size heavv Turkish Towels lc 15c Huck Towels 10c 12jc Turkish and Huck Towels, special. We have reduced prices on all Ladies Cloaks and Skirts, something that is seldom done til after Christmas. This includes all the season's newest models in all grades. 14.48 16.50 Wraps in black, green, blue and castor, beautiful styles. 12.50 Lone Wraps, the season's latest styles, black, brown, castor.. .10.98 -- 7.98 r 9.00 and 10.00 Cloaks, fine garments, newest styles 5.9ft Cloaks for 7.50 4.98 6.00 Cloaks for. .3.98 and 2.98 Some splendid bargains in Ladies Long Cloaks at . $2 quality exquisite white Table Linen, 72 inches Misses Cloaks that we sold at S5 and S6 Misses Cloaks worth S4 and S4.S0 for S3 and S3.S0 Misses Cloaks at Childrens Bearskin Cloaks at Childrens S1.50 and S2 Cloaks at We are making big reductions on Ladies fine Tailored Skirts. S6 and S7 Skirts for Handsome black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats, 1.25 values Genuine Heatherbloom Taffeta Petticoats, black, for .. ... 3.98 2.98 1.98 S10 Skirts for 2.98, 2.45 and 1.98 98c 7.98 and 6.99 .. 4.98 08c 1.98 for. lc .-- Sale of CLEAN-U- P CLOTHING SALE Rugs and House Furnishings Staple Bargains Extra quality Brown Domestic 15 12 12 2 1- -2 5c and 6c 9c 10c Special Prices in Suits and Overcoats The most abnormal Clothing values ever heard of going in this Sale. We are closing out our entire stock of Mens and Young Mens Suits consisting of almost 20O Suits which were made to sell for $15.00 to $20.00. They are good, well made, serviceable suits, made of good wool cloth and every suit in the lots would be cheap at Extra quality Velvet Axminster 27x54 inches Floral and Oriental Patterns Fine Moquette Velvet Rugs 36x72 inches 9x12 ft Wool Ingrain Reversible Ait Square $ grade fine Bleached Domestic ki !S fine Gingham at .. :. 2 Cheviots for Shirting at 10c 10c Mf Heavy Best Calico at Best Quality Heavy Outing - 5c 10c 15c 29c 29c $10.00. .$5.00 .3.50 $15.00 Tapestry Brusselr 9x12 Art Square SK"' $20.00 Velvet Axminster 9x12 Art Square $1 Extra good Feather Ticking. Heavy Gray Twilled Flannel Fine White Wool Flannel Any suit goes in this sale for. Any Coat and Vest for Overcoat $12.00 and $15.00 Wool Coats for. $7.50 Come Early and Get Choice Bargains in Dress Goods In addition to many lots of Wool Dress Goods being marked down to prices way below actual value, we offer special bargains in New Dress Goods just now received. -- Blankets and Comforts All Bargains in Shoes We have just received shipment of an immense Bargains in Boys Clothing Unheard of Prices Special Bargains Mens $1.50 Wool Shirts.. SI' at Bargain Prices 10-- 4 PETERS Diamond Brand Shoes for Men, Women Every pair is a bargain and children. at the price. In addition we are closing out several lots as follows in Odds and Ends of Mens Boys $3.50 Shoes for 3.00 $2.45 1.80 Entire Stock Boys Knee Pant, Suits and Pants at Bargain prices. Boys $5.00 and $6,00 Suits Boys 4.00 .. Handkerchiefs Ladles Fine White Hemstitched UJkf Sc 3 for Mens 10c Handkerchiefs 5c All wool Soft Fleecy White Blan-ket- s $4.50 Special at pair 36 inch Panama and Serge in Black, Navy! Green, Brown and Red at 48c Special 50 inch 10-- 4 Gray Wool Mixed Heavy Blan. $3.50 kets a pair Cotton Blan-ke- ti $3.96 2.98 1.98 $1.25 Large She Heavy $1.00 quality Panama Special 79c 90c Large Size Pieced Comforts worth $1.00 75c Boys 2 50 Boys 35c Knee Pants Womens 4.00 Womens 3.00 Womens 2.50 $1.00 quality, splendid value, Black Taffeta 30 inch silk, 100 yds at 79c , m . Extra quality $1.50 Comforts. . $1.20 "" " " :.. . .. 2.48 25c ., Sateen Bargains Special quality solid colors mercerized 15ctt Sateen, Black and all colors 12 w quality Special it Boys Wool Pants 50c grade 1.85 Boys 75c Pants.. 39c 49c POR YOUR Ml FASOITE IN THE COUWWS POPULAR LADY CONTEST. S400 PIANO FREE A BLUE MARK I" 1 Jllll---, Hfc HICKMAN COURIER 7,10 r'mTiaT your nifatu hill axplreil. Itcn.w prompt Ir If you wnt lh Bsper to cots to roa ttiii montu lbt rtr HKRE htta " t,mkin' Cood THURSDAY, Tenm- - DreaBB thB Mm of Your Wagon, Old Man, and CBTABL1BI1ED Ufa Hitch Up HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 3, 1908. wnor.ft vn 9i9i IN THE TEAR 1869 S50Q.OO Worth of "Lowney's" mmm BE E ,mrA II 1 & ri i V- H a mmmm mmmm mm mmtmm. m 'm. wvnH b-- aBB mm mmmmm m u aam A m--m m : i f1 f I r - A & .III J 1 The Finest Line Ever Brought to Hickman III II ! ruits, Nuts, and hundred fill rastry, Confections, Cigars, lobacco! Everything in bottled and canned goods. Make our store your headquarters; you're always welcome. of articles which we cannot mention. Pine I IL.l. ift .IH .Atn ( t rrf J lliiLAiiL .L lAil.AiUilLiij Fresh for the Holidays Jones Cafe lllcl(u nothlnr vtiftntittw tlml miy whrrn Fruits, Candies, I Nuts, Cigars, &c E r Vtttttttttttttttttyttttttt Shake in a Bottle. Now is the time when the doctor ir.i The M T:-- jfn don't need to J Nunnally's Gift Candy lift only Irotli. Nunimllyi" U t.itar.J, armed with a the vrife who carries a are just as they pounded well h Icr.guf, lis-e- hlpt"l u until Ju.t tw liy IxIorpXliiu. It lll Iw KltKHII. ir we look jroiironltr NOW. you l Our CUirlilniA Oamllm will mil each thvrr u cairraii nan. Tbit tar:; ' .virritm are otKR ronjtri Helm & Ellison !ics and fleas F m oc anonal brush with ins . to a has been ptttaKe stamp one .uiuj ii, man s line a w (hiractcr Htlj.1 parses at Dir. This ttarJarJ established bv " uui li lx rrrnonlT. 'i wcrld over. l,lm HWUKU CI11CICU i aiwtka UUt 1 1 1 11 1 1 W y Eirr.f - i sa, ru:t wiih an proper be lived well or it ui ii.i eji iv . fvi n r The fires must be kept up by a constant addition of the fuel ot affection. The boilers must be kept full and the machinery in order, and all hands at their posts, else there will be a smashing up, or life will go hobbling or jolting along, wearing and tearing, breaking and bruising, leaving some heads and hearts to get well the best way they can. It requires skill, prudence, and judgment to lfad this life well, and these must be tempered with forbearance, charity, and integrity. breakers ahead. How many hungry hearts there are in thi world, hungering for re cognition, for a word of praise The hungriest heart in this world is an unpraised woman whose husband never gives her a word of praise or recognition for a sacrifice made in his behalf. Love may be there in 1 his heart for her, love deep and abiding, and should death claim her, the fountains of his heart would realise what he had lost, and cover her grave with roses, which, had they been presented a single one at a time with a tithe ot the tenderness he now shows, her pathway would have been far brighter and in her life a ray of sunshine, not that her burdens were diminished, but by a knowledge indisputable that her efforts were appreciated. A hungry heart, which is destined never to be fed, is one of the saddest spectacles1 ever witnessed in this world of ours. If you have a word of praise to be stow on your wife if it is due, be stow it. Do not wait until she is dead, and be forced thru blinding tears to tell your heart in its wild throbbing that you have lived a dual life by stifling thoughts and keeping back words that would have brought a flush of pleasure to her cheeks, old as she is, and set her heart to dancing with a pleasure only known to those who have had their hungry hearts fed by words of praise and recommendation. YOUHO MEN AND MARRIAGE. wholly all considerations of wealth, beauty, external accomplishments, fashions, connections in society, and Do We Fill Prescriptions? every other mere selfish and worldly end and look in to the mind and heart of th- - woman he thinks of marrying. If he cannot love her for herself alone that is for all that goes to make up her character as a woman let him disregard every external icducement, and shun a marriage with her as the greatest evil to which he could be subjected. And if he has in him a spark of virtuous feeling, if he has one un- selfish and generous emotion he will shun such a marriage for the woman's sake also, for it would be sacrificing her happiness as well as his own. Every member of a community and especially every parent should take a deep interest in the public school. It is not enough to pay your school tax without complaining, or to know that the teachers are not qualified, nor is it even enough to keep your children in school regularly, if you are really interested in the subject as you should be, you should visit the school regularly and Few people have any persistently. idea what an incentive it is to both teacher and scholar to know that parents and outsiders are taking a Ve lively interest in their work. believe the "little folks" at school appreciate such interest more perhaps than the larger ones. Still tiie effect is not lost on any of them, and we hope every parent will take a hint from this and place (the public school on their visiting list'. Poverty is uncomfortable, but nine cases out of ten, the best thing that can happen to a young man is to be tossed overboard and compelled to sink or swim for himself. Money to Loan. can make farm loans in Fulton per coufity, Ky., at the rate of 5 cent per annum on first class improv Not more than ed farming lands. half the cash value of a farm will Loans made, for five be loaned. years with privilege to borrower of paying same' after two years in full or making any size partial payment desired at intervals of six months after the expiration of two years 13tf-- c from date of loan. I 1- -2 Lots of them every day CORRECTLY! With the PUREST drugs obtainable. Our charges for them are as reasonable as any druggist in the United States. gets busy, and the patent medicine manufacturers reap the harvest, unless great care is taken to dress warmly and keep the feet dry. This is the advice of an old eminent authority who says that Rheumatism and kidney trouble weather is here, and also tells what to do in case ot an attack. ' A young man meets a pretty face . Ky in the ball room, falls in love with iiicii. or me iracK. 11 II 11 -- y t.r!, or impediment. It aC'Jtjlf of eood romlnplnr - iuc ciiinccnng or a(cb must be keot for swucn anu uy JJ NOTICE: Water and Light rent is due on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH, and if not paid by TENTH will be cut off. This took Pay t Hie Your effect November 1, 1006. at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. office Ice factory. Offiice open from 7 da v except Sundav: and eacH a. m. until 6 p. m. any on thft'Oth and lOth of month it is open until 9 p. m. fckman Ice & Coal Co., Inc. A. O. CARUTHERS, Mgr. it, goes to housekeeping with it and boasts of having a home and a wife to grace it. The chances are nine to ten that he has neither. He has been "taken in and done fori" Her pretty face gets to be and old story or becomes faded or freckled or fretted, and as the face was all he wanted, all he paid attention to, all he sat up with, all he' bargained for, all he swore to love, honor an protect, he gets sick of his trade, knows ot a dozen pretty faces he likes bet. ter, gives up staying at home evenings consoles himself with cigars and politics aud looks upon his home as a very indifferent boarding house. Another young man becomes en He waits amored of a "fortune." upon it to parties, dances a polka with it, exchanges "bluet doux with it, pops the question to it, gets accepted by it, takes it to parson, weds it, calls it "wife," carries it home, sets up an establishment with it, Introduces it to his friends and says he too is married and has a home, it is laise. tie is not married: he has no home. And he soon finds it out. He is in the wrong box, but it is too late to get out of It : be might as well try to get out of his coffin. His friends con gratulate him and he has to grin and bear it. If a young man would escape these sad copsequences, let him shun the rocks upon which, so many have been shipwrecked. Let him disregard it, courts it, marries Get from any good prescription pharmacy one-ha- lf ounce Fluid Ex- tract Dandelioni one ounce Compound Kargon, three ounces Combet Us Do Your pound Syrup Sarsaparilla. Mix. by Prescription Work shaking in a bottle and take a after meals and at bedtime. Hickman Drug Co., Just try this simple home-mad- e Incorporated mixture at the first sign of Rheumatism, or if your back aches or you feel that the kidneys are not acting just right. This is said to be a splen Hickman Lodge 761 did kidney regulator, and almost F. & A. M. . certain remedy for all forms of Rheumatism, which is caused by Hickman Lodge No. 761, F. & uric acid in the blood, which the A. M., will meet in regular commukidneys fail to filter out. Any que nication next Monday night at 1 :30. can easily prepaie this at home and Visiting brothers cordially invited. at small cost. . C. P. Shumate, Master. Druggists in this town and vicini H. N. Cowgiix, Sec'y. ty, when shown the prescription, Work in F. C. Degrees. stated that they can either supply these ingredients, or, if our readers unly a short time remains for prefer, they will compound the mixthe Christmas shopper to make ture for them. selections. Berendes invites you to Tie n rrr,l ca nnrl mm tllIr 1trlo Tinware, glassware, hardware, uuua iigm- - aiui.iL new auu cooking utensils, ets., at Betters-wort- h & Prather's. well selected A Dependable Furniture We wish to call speeialattention to our Furni- ture Department. . We are constantly receiving new additions to our stock stylish, dependable, furniture, and invite, you to call and see the many useful articles we have in the way of house and home furnishings. All at Low Prices, Top. Make some of your Holiday purchases here. 0. Spradun, Atty-at-La- Un- - acceptable than Furniture nice and ornamental. something Nothing more that will always be ' ion City, Term. SEWING MACHINES and SUPPLIES In our Undertaking Department we handle everything in the way of Coffins, Caskets and 'Funeral Supplies. Our aim in this department is promptness and efficiency and we always succeed .in our aim. Experienced man on duty day and night. Duncan B. Cooper, Robin J. and John D. Sharp, charged with the murder of former Senator E. W. Carmack, were arraigned in court at Nashville Wednesday and entered pleas of not guilty. The case was set for December 8. Let's have more X-- W. hitch-rack- F. MONTGOMERY s. V Big Fans at Hickman. THEE STORE OF Greatest Bargains STORE has always been the home of greatest bargains in everything to furnish a home, and we do not intend to lose that reputation, no matter what it may cost. We will always have something to offer you in house furnishings that will be a wonder and a surprise THISthe a wonder because you cannot see how we can sell Furniture at such remarkably low prices and a surprise at the quality of the goods. ALONE HOW CHEAP, BUT WHAT GOOD FURNITURE WE CAN OFFER YOU. Our idea has always been and will be-N- OT We do not believe there is any one housekeeper in Hickman who would not enjoy a comfortable rocker for Christmas. Therefore from a ritility standpoint, a rocker is one of the safest and most acceptable presents one could possibly give. Hickman should feel tlattered by reason of the prospect of having the manager of Washington Baseball Club, Joe Cantlllon, as one of our people. He has purchased land and now has under construction a beautiful residence in East Hickman, commanding an excellent view of the Mississippi river. Mr. Spradlln, the contractor, expects to complete the building by February 1st. This residence will be modern in every respect, and will be used principally by its owner as a place to entertain his friends during the winter months. Among his guests last week were for the Messrs. O'Leary, short-sto- p Detroit club; T.innehlll, pitcher for the Washington club; Roth, catcher for the Milwaukee club ; Sharp, a former baseball man, now a prominent business, man of Chicago. Cantitlon and Mr Commisky, the later of the White Sox team, will be Commisky ought here next week to be invited and shown wherein he would make no mistake in following Cantillon's example by locating in the best town on the map. Conditions are such that they could prac tice their teams here during most of the "off" months. Commiskv's vacht. the 'White Sox" is now anchored in our port, and a number of the members of the White Sox team have been with us for several days duck shooting. The yacht is in charge of Capt. Brown and Engineer Colebaugh. Failing to agree, the jury trying Jesse Wells at Murray, who is charged with tampering with the grand jury in the alleged primary fraud Investigation, was dimissed until Friday by Judge Cook. The jury seems' to be divided along fac tional lines. The Law and Order element of Calloway county won at the Democratic primaries, and the anti-Laand Order factions protested. Circuit Judge Cook Instructed the grand jury to Investigate alleged fraud and voting of Republi cans in West Murray precinct, where the Law and Order element had a big majority. w filer's Cevvgiir Mad Qrfsfroes Qodhs Are now on display at our store nnd if you want the bent candy made you will have to select your box now. Your wife or sweetheart won't fully appreciate the Xmnt season unless she has Huylcr's candy Drag More, icorp oratei Our assortment of rockers both large and small, is more complete just now than at any other time of the year and we suggest early purchasing for desirable selectiohs. Rockers $1.00 to $25.00 We have a very large line of Chiffoniers, Princess Dressers, Wardrobes and other bedroom furniture, Sideboards, China Closets, Buffets, and complete dining room outfits, all to match. All goods stored and delivered on the 25th if desired. the requirements of everybody from for everyone. Unusual preparations have been made to meet the simplest little gift to one of more importance, with plenty of suggestions Hicknian Furniture Co. PHONE ZKo. 20 Incorporated HICKMAN, The Commissioner of Internal Revenue denied the request of a Kentucky distillery who wanted to put caramel and rock candy syrup in bottled-in-bon- d whisky. Crulchfitld NV shooting Mrs Jack V Monday night about 7 :J0, Mrs. C. n H. Bruer came near being badly Mrs. SanfoM hurt, if not killed. Hearing a num- with pneumonia i'.DPcr ' of shots, Mrs. Bruer walked to ber I Misses Vivian n l her front door and was looking through the glass In the door when UIC Ull IMC I1CK I'll tug another shot was fired, the ball crashMiss Julia Russr., ri.... ing through the glass and through the inn, ii viiiung Mr L D Kjr garments of her left shoulder, lodgThe latest arrival iv. ing in the window casing on the opposite side of the room. Had she George Burns an j Wi( not moved a few inches just before oauy gin. the shot, the ball would have passed W. W. Batti ar i r .VMinB! through her body. ot near rulton, utitrt The shooting was done by two trends near here boys who were on the railroad track Bro. A. N. Wa.kcr dti(ttJ in front of the Holcombe houses at urn sermon ai kxic iDf. the time, The bullet was from a The church was .eiig'ti m 38 calibre revolver. Mr. and Mrs I..... T This is the second house that has been used for a target in the past near Fulton, sper.t Si'arijjul aay ai tne nome ci w B Pojt few weeks. Hanniual Seat ' in . A certificate of incorporation has blng confined for se.trii dap 3 been issued by the Secretary of iiijuuci luuaincu cy otif.j State to The Buchanan Cooperage by i horse. Company, of Hyman, this county; Mr. Len Hicks ar.J Mm capital stock S60.000, alt paid. Finch surprised their Inttit ! The Incorporators are James H. morning by driving to Foltaj Ohio, Willington, Shelley, of getting married intj in Charles Buchanan, Gurrett E Splt-ze- r, DODular vounc Dec nit xti Charles E. Fendr and Charles many friends wish fcr 'icaiiJ New Madrid Record. Galllvan. married me. A stranger, giving bis name as a The residence Rip Carter, and claiming to be direct from the Reelfoot Lake district, was was burned in Fu.' i ait seeking employment In our neighbor- Jas. Clanton owi.r hf bc.if hood a few days .ago. His tale of men carried tniura--- .' woe did not take well, and he imThrelkled ti S. A mediately left for Kentucky so and press your . 'm, isi Ma-lrlMltsourlan. they say. New nil necessary repairs, at v able prices. Over Rtc? i UstSl Tel. No. 4 for groceries. On account of reckless jy Narrow Escape. c 1 t KY. Same Old Game. Hickman is not the only town that is having trouble with the telephone octopus of Kentucky. Several months ago the Cumberland Tele-phoCompany's franchise at Owensboro, expired, and it has not been renewed because the company insists upon raising the rates while the .city insists upon holding them where they now are. The telephone company agreed to prepare a test suit by Nov. 1 to have the court of appeals decide which contender is right, but failed to do so. City Attorney Slack has advised the city council that it should order the Cumberland Telephone Company to stop doing business in Owensboro and remove all poles from the streets of the city. He also urges prosecution of the company in the city court for charge for telephone rental prescribed in the old franchise. The raise over which the fight has come up is 50 cents on'each phone. IN FRESH COLDS Dorena. J. D. Pickett went to Charleston, luesaay. v Mary Polhamus visited In East rrairie, last week. You can hear the farmers saying, "loo much rain. Tar-Pin- e remedy a few breath- Holiday Roods ne Is a most successful breaking up a cough in hours. At night it renders ing easy and you net sleep. restful Sunday School Rally. Occasionally a farmer will try to get the best of a merchant in a deal, but the Hickman merchant is a bird that is very difficult to put salt on his tail, and it is best to be honest always. Suits aggregating 8200,000 have been filed in Kentucky for damages incurred in night rider raids. ee cur line of Ladies and Gents' Christmas Hanlkerchiefs. Baltzer St Dodds D. G. Co. XMAS a; a The cigars we offer for Holiday-Givin- g are NOT the "gift cigars" write about they are h the joke-smit- the same popular brands we sell so heavily to particular smokers all ' year aroufid. Your cigar gifts will be warmly welcomed, if secured here. The only ''Holiday" part is the fancy Gift Boxes in which they are packed, and they're beauties. Helm & Ellison Ii Sunday evening, at the Methodist church in this city, a Sunday school rally was held by the schools of the Third Magisterial district, and a very interesting program was presented. After devotional exercises by Rev. J. W. Waters, fine adMrs. Doss entertained a number dresses on Sunday school work were of her friends on Thanksgiving. An delivered by Judge J. W, Roney, J. elegant dinner was served and all W, Cowgill, Jno. A. McClure, F. T. report a jolly time. Randle and Prof. E. F. Gabby, J. O. King, deputy sheriff, of Misand some splendid music was furnMrs. H. L. Amberg, sissippi county, arrested three of ished by the prisoners, Sunday morning, who Mrs. H. N. Cowgill, Miss Ivy and Messrs J. H. Millet and A. escaped from the prison at Hickman, Ky , on Nov. 26th and returned them E. DeBow. The annual election ot officers to J. T. beat, bheriff of fruit on coun was held resulting in the election of ty.' At 2 p. m. Thursday, Dec. 10th, J. E. Fuqua, Supt; Edglir Naylor, S?cy; Miss Annie Ellison, Treas; the Methodist Ladies Aid Society Mrs. S. L. Dodds, Supt. Home will bold their annual Christmas Ba Visitation Dept; Mrs. J. W. "Roney, zaar at the residence of Mrs. Alice Supt. Cradle Roll Dept ; Mrs. B. T; Amberg. There will be found at Davis, Supt. Teachers' Training this Bazaar a variety of dainty, useDept. ful and handsome articles for person At the completion of the program, J al adornment and to ornament the 1. 1.1 Ti F. Cl.l. lji . t . M T ii. iuitii, ncsiucui otitic home, that will make most desirable Courteous and Normal at Richmond, Ky., delivered Christmas gifts. an address on the educational inter- prompt attention will be given pur ests oi our state, which was more than chasers, and. a steaming hot cup of the hnest brand ot cottee, served interesting. free, to all. Ladles of all denoml A couple of girls, thinking to nations, cordially invited. Gentle have some fun with a certain young men welcome. man they expected to call on them We feel constrained, to again call during the evening, put up a job to do everything he did. When the upon our officials to look after the young man arrived, and after the violations of the local option law and usual courtesies, the first thing he put a stop to the illegal traffic of did was to blow his nose, which whisky and beer in our town and Its getting to be acorn each of the girls promptly Imitated, community. with a giggling accompaniment, mon thing to ice mere boys on the Thinking it a peculiar coincidence, streets so drunk they can scarcely the young man somewhat nervously walk. Such sighU as this are dis stroked his hair. Both girls follow- gusting and shameful, and calls for ed suit. Then he straightened h,is prompt attention on the part of those, collar, and the girls did the same whose business it is to detect and with a boisterous laugh. By this punish the parties engaged in this The good cititime the wise young man "was next" degrading traffic. to their game. Positive of bis zens of the town should take more grounds, he stooped down and calm- interest in this matter than they-do-, ly turned up the bottom of his pants, and assist the officers, and help to save tne ooys ot tne town, And then it was his time to giggle. De-Bo- w 1 J. O. King went to Charleston, on ousiness, luesaay. Ruth White spent last week in Cayce, with relatives. Mrs. Frankie McClellan, of Cay cc, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Price, tnts weeic. Grqver McGee, of Hinson, pass ed through here enroute to Hick man last Wednesday, on business. special ell'ort this season in the direction of Oihoinu nnd Nw Fkatukks has mot with most gratifying success, and wo shall doom f i I'rlv" ilege to show you a very oxtoiiBivo assortment of Hoi,ii.v (loons that an m Xhw as they are Pi.kahino and Aituoi'IHati;. OUR . We Invite Your Attention to The LATEST and BEST ! Throughout our stock are thousands of choice and desirable gifts from the finest to the most inexpensive, yet all grades are the best of their kind; and the price is regulate by the true value of the article. 5wo Bi0 Stores' Containing Mammoth Stocks Insures Variety I HI We oan please old und young. The Stuck is now on display. A critical examination of our stock of Holiday Goods will convim'o ,u that our line is unequalled in merit or price in WeHt Tennessee or Kmtiicly. Borendes & Co. The Christmas Store, Hickman, Ky. jl Heard. tOtfthe Streets ti t 'he Courier today. U ALL i'SORTS-IM- M SERVICEABLE FOOTWEAR i iiluli fiis. tA ilniiiii rliilninlitl , jt j Lr Christmas gifts, krar Bradley & Parham. .VALE1 , t h v - Two Rood r:ei M, Bradley. work Utp ri.aoplv , who wlihet a lease on un- to M. a, Shaw ' Those day reminds you that new shoes are needed to preserve health as well as provide comfort. Our shoe department caters to those who want good shoes. No matter what the price, our $3.-- , 50 shoes at $8.50 are as good as our $5 shoes at $5 wet-under-fo- ot Eat at Perry's Helm & Kodaks for Christmas. Ellison. Hickman needs a law and order ' league. Swayne Walker was in Union City last week. Ur'i laundry ilt Billion Laundry ihlpped every week Welt Plm Jmt he m.f Belti and ., at Baltter & Dodds D. G. - , va.r HATS and CAPS HA WES' AND STETSON hats from $4 down to $1 in all colors and styles. Caps for work, play, motoring, driving and the like, at 25c up to $1.25. J what to give (or Chrlit Lt Berendes help you de- - .. Th- - , the & l' '- -i h, will une of heavy underwear be found at Bradley Parbim U i ell, see if WINTER UNDERWEAR All the staple kinds, in blue brown and crey. fleece and ribbed, per suit 1.00 Cooper's ribbed cotton, per suit 2.00 - Wright's Health Underwear fleeced2.00 to 3.00 - the it Ii.;43an Courier about idling yc Lave real estate to Stir K over shirts, dress shirts rwear at right prices. Brd: ' Sr harham. Ij v j e a pulverUed or ground .j can set an extra fine one T:m t II Moore at 25c per pound We " ue a speciality of cleaning itit-ri- '. e Ladies skirts. Threld udb y hmldt over Rice's Shoe Wc: r.i fr i y GInssenberry's All Wool, in all wool, suit 4.00 rtc uufe Wc bt wife, who have been .eir ion, L. D. Perry, of hjtc.!v. returned to their home la t j lrry and rnday CLOTHES of the RIGHT SORT... When we say right sort, we mean the kind that gentlemen wear. The word "gentleman" doesn't signify extravagant price; there are more gentlemen wearing clothes from $15 to $25 than from $25 up. HOSIERY and GLOVES Hose, cotton and wool, plain and fancy, per pair 10c to 50c Kid Gloves, unlined, silk and wool lined, .dress-uwalking and driving 1.00 to 2.50 Golf, cassimer and jerseys, pair. .25c to 75c p, Clarence Reed spent Thanksgiving in Dyersburg. Charlie Oliver spent several days in Fulton last week. Choice tomatoes, 10c a can. Bet tersworth Be Prather. Sam Salmon came up from Hales Point, Tenn., Sunday. Two big stores filled with Christ mas goods. 'Berendes. Lowry Stone spent Sunday with home folks in Greenfield. Best Carnations from 75cts. to $1.00 Miss Frankye Reid. Miss Mollle Bourne spent Sunday in Union City with relatives. Hugh Ed Curlin spent Sunday with his parents at Woodland. John Hagan spent a few days with home folks here this week. Arthur Shaw and wife, of State Line, spent Sunday in the city. Charlie Deitzell, of Union City, at tended John Dillon's funeral An exquisite line of medallions and art gifts for the holiday. Berendes. Red Cross shoes for ladies the comfortable shoe for sale by Bradley & Parham. L. Donaldson was here from Tip- tonville, Saturday attending the funeral of John Dillon. G. G. Wade and wife returned to Memphis, Friday, after a visit to S. L. Dodds and family. Jamie Cheek returned to Tipton- ville, Sunday, after a few days' visit with old friends here. Miss Maggie Henry has returned to Bowling Green where she will resume her no'rmal course. FOR SALE Thoroughbred Duroc Male, four months old. W. C. Bal- 3tp low, Route 1, Hickman. Misses Bettie and Allie Dodds were guest of Mrs. John R. Mc- Gehee, near Fulton, Saturday. How about that overcoat? Haven't got it yet? Come in and let us figure with you. Bradley & Parham. Mrs. J. M. Reid is expected home this week after an extended visit to friends in Nashville and Fulton. Miss Lizzie Amberg returned Monday from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Guy Robbins, at Mayfield. Let us show you the most complete coal oil can rver made ; no waste, no danger. Bettersworth & Prather. See our line of fountain pens. Nothing more appropriate for a Christmas gift. Helm & Ellison. Justifiable homicide'' should be the verdict if the defendant can prove that the victim said "I told you so." We are showing the handsomest line of Umbrellas for Christmas ever brought to Hickman. Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co. Mr and Mrs. A. A Townsend, of Hickman, Ky., came over Sunday. Mr. Townsend returned Monday and Mrs. Townsend will spend several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Surrell. East Prairie Eagle. Misses Hattle Ballard and Mable Adams, two of Hickman's popular young ladles, will arrive in our city Saturday to pay our popular central girls, Misses MajIe Cowley and Vera Lawrence, a weeks visit. Columbus Critic, It was authoritatively announced Saturday that Frank H. Hitchcock would be Postmaster General in The other Judge Taft's Cabinet. selections will not be made known is ready to until the President-elec- t announce his official family, L. B. Jones died suddenly Saturday night at his home near Columbus. Mr. Jones lived here years ago and is well known to many Hickman people. For the past few years he had been 'Boss" over the timber business and Interests that the Mengel Box Company has in that locality. Mr. Jones was sick about three days. At a regular meeting of the I. O. 0, F Thursday night, the follow, ing were placed in nomination ; F. S Moore, N. G Joe Ballard, V. G j L. D. Smith, Secy s Tom Dillon. Trustee; J. R. Bryant, Trustee. Nominations will not close 'til next regular meeting night. Other special business all members are requested 5 t:pt, iltTt 'i . .th - coal buckets, shovels. and everything in the Prices right. Betters Tcrth & leather. A cate of smallpox Is reported at I he city authorities Eiit Fra.rie hive the Us'n necessary steps to keep (rom ipreading. -- knew what a L.y -. 'Clint' Ellison was until veiKeJln one day and found tanus-- g Hexametheylenetetra- We c-- rcr really Suits and Overcoats from are strictly gentlemen's garments, at popular prices. We are showing immense lines of fine Peck's Brand SUITS and OVERCOATS $12.50 to $22.50 Neckwear and Handkerchfs In striking color combinations. New greens, red, purple, brown and greys 25c to 50c Handkerchiefs, in silk, linen, excelda, mercerized and India linen, plain and fancy 5c to 50c each Imported white Linen Handkerchiefs, with initial, 25c and 35c each, or doz in box 1.50 to 2.00 Mufflers, white, pearl, black and navy blue. Just the thing for Xmas. Each 75c to 1.50 thousand dollars In gc'.i are being coined every day at the FL.aJelphia mint to meet the dtoici which has already set in tor be ye.iCT pieces (or Christmas gifts, Fwi tlovded Mammoth Bronze uikca (cr tale, alto, Thorough bred Black Langthans, Buff Rocks irJ White Wyandottes. My blrdt tire taken premiums wherever Mrs Annie McDaniel, fc.n-re- l..e d Every style, weight and color any man could wish for, and we urge you .to see them at once BIG REDUCTIONS! UMBRELLAS Any kind you may want at. One lot of Suits odds and ends worth from $6.50 to. $15 at a price that will surprise you. Look at them "early .50c to 8.50 Hukrcan, Ky Therf'n 24-4- p eaih pastinir day. These g tacxs who get a swig or two if ' ::' iegped whltky in their tatays ani make the woods ring ith!b',r ought to be I Barred Plymouth Rock Chickens. alUd p before His Honor and The choice of a flock that has Itrea -' J "10 days." That'll not been culled, full blooded, fine utt 'en form and feathers. If you want a Tht Cir uit Court that meets in choice bird, call and get prices. n:oa I iy on Monday December Pullets, cockrels and year-oldIh,.9r8, will be historic. It will jknnie v. mcclurk, te a :urt whose record will be hand Troy Avenue. 1 c:wn to future generations. For--a- e and circumstance have alike Card of Thanks. otsi-to place Judge Jones and ei oeneul Caldwell upon a high stage We desirl to express our heartfelt twt wi.i msure them a permanent thanks and sfheere appreciation of pace n tne annaj, kindness shown us during the recent rt Ternessee history. illinessand death of husband and father. May Gcd bless you. r g:jj fnend Herschell John, ton, of Cayce, said Mrs. W. H. Winters and children. to a Courier reporter SaUr Jay "While I did not Oity Or State Or Ohio.OofNTY Tomim II 'ecelve the lomination for sheriff, I I.VOAM more tban grateful for the Kr.uk J. Ohny make ontli that ii U mert I received at the hands cnlor partner or t lie Arm ot T. J. Cheney Jt o the and I want to say no 04ilolnc Uulneu In tbe Oily r Toledo on wn, he more loyal to the noml-e- i County "nit State .tbreuld, and that tald n firm will pay the tumor OSV. 1IUNDUKU 1 Mr johnion ,s a 1K1LLA1W for each and every caie ot Oa ek,e democrat, and better still, tarrh that ranuot m cured hy tbeuteor 1 "nsit Jt, honest citizen. We need Hall'. Catarrh Oure. KIIANK J.CIIKNKV In my me jc-2- - ggcrg J ft tcrai to be crowlnir worse a a much recklets shoot' m Hickman between Baltzer 13 s. & Dodds TNCOIM'ORATEI) JD. G. Co. Si Bible School Rally. R. M. Hopkins, of Louisville, Ky,, will hold a bible school rally at the Christian church, in this city, on Thursday, December 17th, at 3 p. m. and 7 p. m. All superintendents and bible school workers are cordially invited to attend these meetings. Last Thursday, C. L. Wkcr, Manager of the Mengel Box Co., entertained the office force. Superintendents, and foremen of that Company at an elegant dinner. This was the seventh dinner given by Mr. Walker and the seventh anniversary of the Company's business here. As usual, a royal repast was enjoyed, and afterward card games. This is a yearly custom of Mr. Walker's and is an event looked forward to with much interest. Those present were Arch DeBow, Charlie Perry, Allen Bright, S. M. Pewett, Irvin Brevard, W. A. Carpenter, Nimrod Walker, of Louisville. Lieutenant Bailey, and Miss Frankye Reid. If you get your Christmas candy from Helm & Ellison, you can depend on it being fresh and dainty. Let us have your order to be delivered just before Xmas. It costs no more to have fresh candy. Claim Irregularities. TTWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW i t.-:- It is said that a recount of the ballots cast in the recent primary in Fulton county may be demanded uf tbe new county committee, on the We will take your subgrounds that the regulations govern scription for magazines ing said primary were not adhered in clubs. We can make to. up any club you wish. As published in the Courier, the Come quick and get primary regulations stated specifically that in order to be qualified to something good ! vote In the primary one must have first voted for the Democratic presiT. dential electors in the regular election. The returns show 310 more votes cast for sheriff than were cast for Bryan, which Is construed to be AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA prima facia evidence of a deviation from the regulations. Church Election. This is causing a number of DemoAt an election of stewards in the crats to ask where the 310 votes came from, and aver a recount will Methodiit church, Sunday, the following were elected for the ensuing be asked of the new committee, LOOK ! H. Beale's Book Store year: "W. ""e Ue J him K Stewart, deputy sheriff of ,k. f r!n,y Tenn". astlsted by "P'wt.'.ast Jn Hunt, Friday afternoon " "all'ri y 2 P"R ' night riding in Lake county. colored.'charged T Sy,JeathAt democrat took an inoffensive: old out and Mpped him - that Hunt, with a party Ray Lamphere, charged with the murder of Mrs. Belle Gunness and D. her three children by setting fire to the Gunness house, April 28, was A.W.OI.KASON. 1HKAI..) Not KAY l'OIILlU. found guilty of arson by tbe jury. II. Id Catarrh Cure U taken Internally, Within five minutes after the verdict ondaota directly oil the blood and mucoui was reported Judge Richter had seniirtaceorthetyitem. Send for lctluioii tenced the defendant to the state lull rree, K. J.01IKNEY A Co, Toltxlo. ). penitentiary at Michigan City for an Sold by all DruguLtk. Tic. indeterminate term of from '2 to 31 and luhtcrllwd pretence, thl nth day or December. A. Hworn to before A. Johnston, Pres. C. F. Baltzer. Sec'y. J. A. Thompson, Treas. A. 0. Caruthers E. W. Adams J. T. Stephens , W. H. Baltier F. T. Handle Take ll.ll' Kamlly I'lIU forvoii.tlpatlon as at worlf nn the time of his h ""rRidgely, last Po.l,. CaruthersvUle years, arrest Tennessee city -- An Album For Christmas would suit in where you many cases 10 gtt. We can suit send a von ... in . ., J rhoto Albums, Postal Al bums, Via.. aouyenir Cr,t a, ' anf lO tw.)ums. See them. -- wm Reelfoot Lake are void, absolutely years ago than there were this year. so that there is no way in the courts to reach them, there being no ad verse or posession of any kina on which to predicate suit to try title, it Is the duty of the state to enact either that the p.rants are void or valid so as to establish the law that will set at rest that question. He There's nothing for Christmas will introduce and push in the next gMng that suits old and young General Assembly a bill declaring like an Eastman Kodak. Prices these grants void. One. of thfe ablest and brainiest of There were 75,000 more voles s statesmen (and a man profoundly versed in law) holds that cast in the State of Missouri at the all the grants covering the waters of presidential and State election four Goalder Johnson At the same time and place, F. T. superintendRandle was ent of the Sunday school. He has made such a good leader in that capacity, they would not let him talk them out of serving again. Twenty-onof the twenty-seve- n speakers who will take the stump in Kentucky this week for the greatest campaign for an educational revival the State "has ever known, gathered in the office of State Superintendent of Public instruction J. G. Crabbe Saturday and discussed plans and mapped out measures which are calculated to bring the great cause they w'U advocate close to the heart of the people. e J. E. Fuqua If vou wish to have your prescriptions filled Qicfa ly and Accurately take them to ,r J(mas Kodak 1 and up HELM & ELLISON Cowgill's Drug Store where you may get your Drug wants at any hour BAY OR. NIGHT HELM 8c ELLISON Georce Robinson, of Union City, was in Hickman Friday. He left Union City. Monday, for Ne Mexico, where he will spend a few months in search ol health. Gowgiirs Drug store (Incorporated) The best coffee in the world for We can & 20c a pound. Bettersworth prove It. Parther. attend. T CHRISTMAS SALE! Onr annual Xmas sale will begin Saturday, Dec. 5th and continues every day till Thursday, Dec. 24. After Xmas we take inventory and we must reduce stock to make better showing in cash than on our shelves. Xmas goods buyers will have an opportunity to buy goods at special prices. Nothing reserved. ..17 Days of Astonishing Bargains.. 24-DO- N'T The reputation of this house is enough to convince you that when we put on an Cut Price Sale means Cut Prices and not only newspaper talk. Come to the big sale and bring: the whole family with you and get your share of the big Xmas feast in bargains. SALE BEGINS DEC. 5; CLOSES DEC. MEN'S SHOES.. S1.75 $2.00 $2.50 $3.50 $4.00 $6.00 Mens Shoes, good bargains, sale price $1.38 " " " 1.48 " " and 2.75 " 1.98 " " 2.98 ' ' and 4.50 3.48 and 7.00 " Stacy Adams 4.48 FORGET Wash Goods. Dress Goods All wool Panama in colors worth 75c S price 48c " Mohair, very wide, all color 75c " " Plaid Suitings worth 65c " Danish Cloth " 2 35c " Silk Waisting $1.00 " 65c Beautiful line waistings, plaid" 35c . . .. ) 25c 1 yd wide Black Taffeta Silk " i . 2 the very best ' $1.39 All Dress goods worth SI. 10 and $1.25 Vest and Pants worth 35c " 50c 65c " 65c Union Suits ' " $1.00 " . Suits and Overcoats. l'. " 1 1 yd wide Brown domestic worth 6 "' 8c bleached 1" 10c "8 l..c hope Big lot of outing Flannel worth 10 and 12 sale price ' ' lot of oujiug " 8 and 9c Sale i. " " j' l2c S price 6c go " ' Price 1 .., ...... 7r 9c Ladies Coats. Ladies Coats, all colors worth $ 6.75 " 11.50 " 12.50 10.00 " " 10.00 furs " " " 6.50 " 3.50 " " " " " " " $4.9.8 yd wide Percale Best heavy Dress Suiting worth 15c " 6c Cneck Gingham " c 7.98 7.98 6.98 6.98 4.98 1.98 Dren ' " , ' Canton Flannel " 12 12 l-- " " " ' A 7c 9c Men's and Boy's Hats. Big lot worth $1.50 and $1.75 Sale Price " Nice line, all colon, new styles $3.00 and 3.50 hats, big bargains " " $5.00 John B. Stetson Hats Mens Suits $10.00 $12;50 . ' vh- - Men's and Children's $1 1 H x Clothing. Our stock is so large that we are forced to reduce it. Every winter suit and overcoat in the house must go. We will without doubt save you big money on that suit or overcoat. 'Read, cut prices below. Ladies Shoes. Sale Price Table Linen, Towels 75c"Sleached Linen table cloth Sale Price 48c S1G.00 $2000- - 50c $26, $3.00 . $4.00 , '.' S6.50 and $7.50 " Mens Overcoats . " $7.50 ". $10.00 " and Crayenetlc $12i50 $15.00 ; 50c red and white " ' 40c 15 large white towels " 40 "linen towels " " " " " " Rugs and Carpets. This is for that Xmas present you promised your wife or mother. In this department the bargains are great wonders. all weol Brussel Art Square in beautiful de.'. $10,48 signs worth $15' "Sale Price 9x12 Body Brussel seamless art square' lovely $14.48 designs, worth $20 Sale Price 9x12 extra exminster velvet art square, the very $21.48 best obtatnableworth $30 Sale Price 9x11 Men's Furnishings Sale Price 40c mens work shirts 65c " dress " 1.00 75c " heavy fleeced lined underwear " wool underwear $1.50 " Blankets & Comforts. The very best $4.,00 shoe made ' " 50 " " " " " " i " " 3.00 2.50 2.00 " " " $3.28 2.98 2.25 1.98 1.48 " $4.25 All wool full size Blanket " $1.48 Cotton Blanket, very heavy, per pair " " 48c " small size " 98c Heavy Comforts, large size, worth $1.50" " $2.00 " $1.48 " " " Ladies Hats We can save you big money ns we will close out our stock at less than cost. We will not carry ladies'Jhats and they must be sold regardlesof cost OUR GUARANTEE we absolutely guarantee everything to be as represented by our sale people. bring it back and we will cheerfully refund your Purchase Price or exchange it. If not satisfied NAIFEH BROS. D. Q. CO. Hickman, Kentucky ,,M - Rochester Nkkel-Tlate- d Non-Rustab- v Ware le ( .use mmess A New Thing In Hickman For Christmas We have just received our big line of holiday goods including the new Rochester such as 0 Nickel-Plate- d Ware, Chafing Dihea, Serving Dishes, Baking Diahes, Coffee PoU, Cream Pitchers, Sugar Bowls, Chafing Dish Sets nnd Everything for Kitchen and Dinning Room. we want you to see this new line "the most appropriate of all for Christmas combining service and elegant Chinaware, A fine line of Hand-painte- d ng Sets and many useful articles. i tin. u jur szuuice unu ouy curiy i nis i imu. design. Carvi- Farmers Hardware Co .incorporated. Cotton ii still coming in in good Help your favorite in the Courier's Popular Lady Contest. quantities The mercury stood at 20 above The Embroidery Club will meet . ne ,rowa with Mrs. J. T. Stephens, Friday Tueiday morning. Handpainted and Japaneie china. afternoon. Hickman Hdw. Co. Our old friend, L. D. Perry knows how to look after hungry folks. E. was in Mayfield Mon- J. T. Seat and Robt. Goaldcr arc Just try a meal with him. pending a few dayi with the former 'i H. E. Curlin, the laundry agent mother at Crutchfield. sends laundry every week. Leave if'r i iripniii ivinnnii The Courier it compelled to leave your laundry at Ellison Bros. out several columns of advertiting It is reported here that M. F.. w m :a,, on buiineii. this week for lack of space, Holle, former proprietor of EveryIts ID the procerv ltnr. ran Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Wenges left body's Restaurant" in this city, was itai che:j and ai pcod ai any- for their home in Jersey City, N. J., killed in Cairo, Monady, in a drunknit u t laiucit this week, after a pleasant visit with en brawl. H. Buchanan and wife. Salt Lake City waded around in -- J n6j.Kr.i-.Ki- c ane cai z hum.' it r. - ieen it Mfrrhit .... i.nr in 1 asylum fcatur- Masonic Lodge meets second and an Inmate of fourth Monday nights in each month. about two monthi. Elsewhere in this paper will be found lU. a notice which was inserted by ntiur mis-take. wa w t. w. M rii.. i - H H.. 4 . i Members of Elm Camp No. J, W. to be present next Wednesday night. Seventy five new members are to be taken in and a great time is expected. 0. W., are requested In response to a request made by .. i . i Tt clc SCpt unui Supt. Schon, of the Children's n .i iiu cc. uunai ai Home Society, of Louisville, vlu.:icry ue lived on a farm asking that the public schools of the , -6 jw;.ii State set apart Nov. 20th as a day for helping the society by receiving r iici n.i..n l.i J. . . contributions for it. We are informlie n.ni iiv-- in ihii ed that Roper school, taught by Miss -- . juiny a coou manv Sue Ramer, is the first to report a -- u. oy ncariv contribution, Known The amount is $3.50, luivivea oy two the result of a collection taken durVi ing school exercises, Nov. 26th. thf ...... riruxi Or-pha- JJlJ-riHl- . Christmas Jewelry ran diiplay just as much taste and reiinemenl,ln y:ut iwr lry as you can In the clothes you wear probably more 10 inches of snow Thanksgiving Day. This is a big country we live in and a man can find any kind of weather he wants. Sheriff Seat, at Hickman, and Deputy Johnson, at Fulton, collected over $5,000 taxes Monday. The penatly went on Tuesday, and folks made a rush on the last day in order to save that extra per centum. At the Methodist church next Sunday morning the subject for discussion will be, "The Great Movement of the Church." It is requested that all members be present, as it is Communion Day. Friends are invited to worship with us. After a lingering illness, W. C. Green died Friday afternoon about 5 o'clock at his home in West Clinton. The funeral at the retidence Sunday afternoon was conducted by Rev. G. W. Wilson and the interment followed at Clinton cemetery. Mrs. Sank Roper died Friday night, of pneumonia, at her home near Gore school house. She was about 55 years old and is survived by her husband, one son, Lee Roper, and one daughter, Mrs. Bud Gas-kin- s, of Crutchfield. The burial look place Saturday at Harmony. CHRISTMAS CANDIES !! profound sorrow that we respond to the Juty of chronicling the death of one of the best and maallest young men we ever knew John Steele Dillon. Death untimely and unexpected, came Friday morning, at 5 30, and wafted his soul "Mada last night" beyond the borne of earthly sorrow. Erysipelas was the cause of his None Better, few makes as good I death and, although ,he had been Elegant Packages confined to his bed for a week, his shipped to us on the 1st intt. friends entertained no grave appre- You nennon until umriuay, when he buy before niakan (rrevloun mtttakn If you Impeding our line. gradually grew worse until the end came. HICKMAN DRUG CO. Incorporated Mr. Dillon was the only son of Thomas Dillon, Jr our city marshal, and was just at the zenith of One More Week. his usefulness and manhood. He The Courier's Popular Lady Conwas born in this city, June 25th, 1877, reared and educated here. test is nearing an end only a little His school course was completed at over a week left in which to tell the Louiiville, where he graduated story. The prizes are ready for delivery from Bryant & Stratton Business College. Relurnine he started on his the moment the committee finishes Every precaution has busineis career. He has always the count. been active in both business and been taken to give all a square deal, social circles, where he wrought just and we trust the rivalrv will be popularity. For six years, he had friendly to the finish. As we an been in the employ of the Richmond nounced two weeks ago, we are keep& uonu Cottonseed Oil Mills, and ing no count of the votes now, and managed successfully the Hickman have no Idea of which one of the conbranch of this big concern. In a testants Is in the lead. We only sense, he grew up with the business know that some young lady will reand years ago the firm recognized ceive a handsome present for Christin him rare ability and sterling mas. worth. At the age of 25, he was Several of our subscribers will reunited in marriage to Miss Jessie ceive papers with a blue mark on Isler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. the upper corner of the front page M. Isler. this week. It means your time has Mr. Dillon was not affiliated with expired; and you had just as well any church ; his ideals of religion renew in time to help your favorite were broader than the embodiment in the contest. After January 1, no of rituals, but in his every walk in papers will be mailed to persons who life he was a model of that true re are behind with their subscription. ligion that knows no vaunting. He This means everybody it means not was a member of only one secret one week over time. The Courier will be run on a strictly businezs order The Red Men. The funeral services were held basis in the matter of subscriptions. So pay up before the contest closes, at the Isler residence, at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon, conducted by and you will kill two birds with one Rev. C. L. Price, of Fulton. The stone. large attendance ot sorrowing friends and relatives attested most emphatiState Line. cally the high esteem in which he I'buI Khaw U on the tick Hit. was held. The floral tribute was Mm. Mary flhnw In Naihvlllo bnvlng one ot the most maenlucient ever her eyes treated. seen in this city on a like occasion. Albert Hoper, of Mo.row, was a business At 4 o'clock the remains were inter- visitor at State Lino Tuesdny. red at the city cemetery, where as a Miss rflo llruer, of Hlckntan, was a visilast Icving tribute, he sleeps beneath tor In this vicinity Krlday evening, Mrs. J. M. Lynn spent Inst week with her wilderness of flowers. brother and family at Terrell. Tenn. No young mm in Fulton county Mr. Threlkeld or Slate was ever held in higher girl Innnd Mrs. Berry A recent have n new their family. arrival. esteem or commanded the respect Ilro. Turklnitton, of Hickman, preached and confidence ot his entire range of two nne sermons at Poplar drove Sunday. acquaintance than did John Steele Mrs. Wm, Carrol, of Arkansas, U the He was a loving and obedi guest of her brother-in-laDillon. J. S. Orced, this ent son ; a true and devoted husband ; week. a progressive and peaceful citizen ; Mrs. A. M. Hhaw visited her mother, J. 11. Ilrown, of Hickman, Saturday and left behind a noble example of Mrs.Sunday, and brave, gentle and ambitious young Miss Palmer, of Cairo, Mrs. Way manhood. He was a man with the spent several nnd Iflit week with T. M. days happy faculty of tying friends to Illca and family. him with threads of steel, and Mr. Rob Bradley and wlfo, ot Hickman, while he did not court the world, spent Thanksgiving Day with his mother, yet wheie he fixed his friendship it Mrs. Sue Maddox. Messrs. Itoy Olnrk, Ilurrus Ilrasfleld and was true and lasting. Mela Lynn spent a few days duck shootfather and wife ing on tho lako last week. The heart-brokehave the sincere sympathy of the The young people of the State Lino neighentire community in the loss of their borhood enjoyed a social evening at the treasure. He was truly a model home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Clark lot Friday night. young man. It is with John Steele Dillon. Njght Riders Mjctti. pgfrK Jacobs Candies yThe"grand jury returned a number ot indictments In the night rider1 cases at Union City, Monda, The men, Garrett Johnson, Bob Lee, Rob Hurl-maJene Carter, LIge Cloar, Roy Ransom and Sam Applewhite, In jail at Nashville, are Included In the list indicted. The indictments charged them with going masked and committing a felonious assault on R Z. Taylor and with the murder of Capt. Quentin Rankin. The assault indictment is found under the old law. The indictment against Tom John-soanother prisoner in the Davidson County jail, differs from tbe others. The evidence did not show that he was in the Walnut Log raid, but he is charged .wittr leading the mob that burned the fish docks at Samberg and assaulting Fred Bur-dic- k and Walter Pleasant. Fifteen indictments have been sr. cured and more will follow, making ku-kln, n, 50 in all. The soldiers are investigating the Gleason mill affair, wherein the soldiers were fired upon Friday night. No arrests have yet been made in this case, but some are expected, as it is believed that several of the raiders were wounded. Capt. Rogan has gone to Fort Rankin to take active charge of the situation. Amateur Musical Club, The Amateur Musical Ciub will meet with Miss Mena Dicstelbrink Monday evening, Dec. 14, at 7 :30 o'clock. Program. DEBATE. Schubert Schumann Ml Annie Ellison Miss Anna Outten. Miss Dlestelbrlnk Miss Bondurant. Piano Miss Icle Hale. Miss Johnston. Piano Mils Lily Huhbard. Vocal Miss Mabel Wilson. Piano Mrs. P. B. Ourlln. Open Discussion. Ononis. Vocal C&yce Items. The people of Cayce are well pleased with their pastor. Mrs. Jessie Davis, of Jackson, Is visiting In Oaycothls week. Aunt Eraley Johnson has Improved a little since lost week. Miss Rosa Underwood has been quiet HI for the last few days. Miss Ethel Edmlaton has returned homo from a visit to Mississippi. Mrs. Mollle Powell and Miss Jessie Burrus were In Fulton shopping Friday. The entertainment given by the school was a success last Thursday night. Several of the Cayce cltliens went to the Lako on a nshlng and hunting trip. Mrs. Annie Pealrgennnd family, of Oak-tohave been very 111 with Scarlet Fever. Mr. nnd Mrs, Jonny Oruce were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Oruce last Sunday n nummor cloud away: tbe mils when tormi are o'er; So senllr iluili tlieje of day, So dies the wave, along tbo ihore. M fallen n Ho ilnki II. L.Curlln has sold one hundred thous and feet ot poplar timber to n lumber com pany In Paducnh, Ky. The price paid, ta per in. The wife of an Ohio editor, after six months' persuasion, finally got her husband to go to church with her. During the service some one purloined a new pair of rubbers he had. left in the hall, and exchanged umbrella for his a broken-ribbe- d silk rain shedder. The editor's wife thinks the thief was some passing itinerant, but the editor supects one ot his deliquent subscribers who passes the contribution box. Krisp Cakes and Crackers at C. H. Moore's. E-v- BIG REDUCTIONS ON account of the very mild winter, we find we have bought too ninny cloaks; ho rather than take any ohance3 on carrying these over to next season, wo have deoided to make big reductions in prices at onco, in order to ojose them out. Prices range from On CLOAKS - 8fi"ation Jfwelry is more than something showy and gaudy to r It u something useful and If of good quality is l"M.Mng that may be handed down from generation to Anything you get in our carefully chosen stock may e'c.rj upon as we handle' nothing but guaranteed goods. Jwt we are putting jn Btock many new ltems n Rlng8 haitu, Watches and charms that you will find Inter-es,'- R r-w aid fairly priced. o C. 0. Sehlenker We are led to believe from what we can learn that our farmers are making a mistake in letting all the home-grow- n cotton seed be shipped south. Most of the cotton grown here is of an early maturing variety brought here after a careful study of When planting local conditions. season comes again, our planters are going to be compelled to take just any old seed they can get. Wouldn't it be wise to reserve a supply of the ea;ly maturing variety before it is all shipped out? But, remember the mills and gins will not save it for you they are selling to ,the man who wants seed now, consequently. It is being shipped to Mississippi about as fast as It comes in, selling there at $4 more on tne ton than is being charged our local planters, which is also worthy of $2.50 We $25 Keaucea prices ii all go at : Christmas FURS of Unusual Charm ! havo juat received a handsome lino of ladies Furs, Scarfs and Mufflers to Match Be sure Very auitablo and useful presents for Christmas. and see them ; prices ran go from 92.50 to $15 Baltser & Dodds D. iNCOm'OKATKU G. Do. A MATTER OF HEREDITY. ONE KIDNEY CONl"1 ' Agnes Had Only Fotlswtd In tht Footsteps of Her Mother. Even it there had not born kornelt of rice on her hat end n g!nd light of love In her ryo asy b.uhu1nr could havo tnld thnt, to was 1 brld.. And tho manner In which she spoke to her husband showed they had not been married long. A man In tho passing crowd spied tho couple, and rushed over to greet tho brldo. "Well, well. Acnes," he cried, his hand, "you don't mean to say that you'ffl marrlod?" ' "Why why. yes," the girl stammered, vivid color mounting to her cheeks, as shq tried to defend her novol situation. "You you know, II runs In tha family. Mother waa mar rlcd, too." But Cured After w nohc;;.8,iitn vn, . tayit Bylvanus o, Vcrrlli "Five year. f SYNOPSIS. COPYC Mr 1906 I BY OOOD.HCAO t QQMPAHY MMMfZSJ M MltM 1 BYMElfVILft, '" uissrilfrtj '" ti,i , , , Gerard Chandlers, son of n wealtr-i- Importer unci a tmlrnt lit an enslern wan nwnrtleil n memtierslilp In Hip (.'luster of tlx acnilnl. a -secret orgunlia-Itofounded by limine- llravcs. Tht society wnn nxvliislve, only seven belnir admitted, Ttio inemliers were known as A meeting waa held ami eaeji JVrnons. y metnler wns nwdMrd the "call of ' Chamber "was told to vas ti period nn n sailor nnd nut net foot In North for a year. Then ho wns to bo iii.ilnne.l tit Another year's Hp mut make, hi own living; exile. nnd keep cverythlnir n secret. frrlRht-rrJerr'. nn sunrronrKO on un ooenn Amerlen.. bound for Urania, South lomlnl wltli Kns for enemies of thnt onDturoil nnd thrown fiovrrnmcnt. wns Matins' nostos, adopte.1 ministered to dntiRhtrr of flen. Itostns, strong; Impresliln woun.l. Kncli mnile n on th other. Jerry was sentenced sion In dir. Cnpt. ltlaro ffee.1 Chamber. All three, unltrsl with Ocn. Ilarado'a rebels, dismlwrs belns made n raptnln. Capt. I'llsro died of fever. Marina accompanied IiIh tKHly to lmrlal. In a llercn battle lUr-atl- n defeated llostos. Jerry frustrated an attempt to assassinate. Hen. Ilarado. Marlon was reported mlsslnir. and thought dead, famlnro, rnpltal of Urania, was rnplnrcd and n confederacy established. Jerry recosntied Marina llostos, ft prisoner on' a nclit. Hy n ruse ho trained the deck. Tho American engineer promised aid. The plotters took Marina Into Vera He hurCrux, aerretly, Jerry following. ried to Mexico City, leaving tho engineer to resume the chase. Mike, the engineer, trnllrd tho fugitives to Jlmlnex. At Ksca-IoJerry received orders to search for n lout gold mine. In the mountains they discovered nn old hermit who gave them n partial knowledge of the lost mine. JHke was will to the vlllago for. pro- -, visions and returning; be found Chambers delirious Witt) ferer. H" trailing one of the plotters, they found Marina In n.cave nftcr" mercomlntr' all of the nlxliietnrs, "Mnrlnn nmt- - Jerry confessed their- - Iovp-fo-r each other. Jerry, alone, returned to tho mountains, leaving his sweetheart. After. davs.of.sc'ucklnir. Jerry stumbled nn the lost mine. At Bl Paso, Texas, Chamliers received now orders and met Marina. The orders compelled him to steal away from den. Uostoa, Marina tu leud .the. nnd, Mike lie life of a tramp end beggar for sir for food ho was months In apntylng daring horwthlef suspected of being n, The cherlff arrived In time ta free him.-- ' noose was d, of the charge ns a Investigating, decided Mike, on Jerry was craij. .Vrewanl of tl.roo was offered for his capture. Chambers narrowly escaped pursuers. Jerry's reward wns Increased to p.tro. At last he was reported dead and the "story was believed by all. At the time- - tie was working out 'time" for vagrancy. Chambers reached San Francisco. He was mistaken for a pickpocket ami received SO. .days. This sentence would bring him past the date ho waa to call for further secret orders at loa Angeles. Hy a clever ruse he broke. Jail and sped on his way. Jerry reaihed Ioa Angeles. He met Mnrsylla Bajrless, wIjq told him his mother, and father, were there also. He was Just in' 'his' Instructions. Jerry time toreri-tr-e eitfhea. discard! his tramp his father Ifcovaa. mother, then reunited with ucn, uoitos,. iiiKa anu jianna- r .ilea-linAnu-rlca n. wns't-entem-being-adjuste- k Wi rr--. r.ttv.- -. mm 4 Marina," He 8a!d, i.t Me Fix the Date?" j CHAPTER XXXV. Continued.; "And you. wasn't nutty, JerryT," didn't havo a 'chance to speak to them." asked Mike. -Not when I left you at El Paso," "Jerry," began his father, his eyes laughed Jerry, "but, the subsequent on the. floor, "I guess you knew your dovrlopments, nnd tho reward notfeo business back there in New York, and In particular, nearly upset me. How I know I didn't know mine. We'll riot In. It that you all aro here?" say anything moro on tho subject,";' "We the gincral and me camo up "That's all right, father," Jorry from San "Dlcso to see the big show," laughed. "Perhaps I was unreason"" said Mike, ''Just the other day, able and " "Only you and tho general?" broke "You were not unreasonable," broke In- Jerry. "Where Is In his father. "I was and "Oh, she's here, ioo," provided Mike. you would havo been Justified ''in "She's napptn' In her room. Sho punching my block-heaoff. and don't know you "Oh, no, not that, father, ''How In the world did you find out "I say you were, I say you were! I was here?" asked the' whirling-braine- That's enodgh!"1 Jerry.. ,. Mrs. Chambers sent Jerry bac.k to : t 'WhjTcvcryobdy'ltrto'wn knows by 'the Hotd''FlorIda. after .dinner' had this time that you'ro hero," said Mike. been served In her room, with: "You must see her, Jerry, dear, for "All they're talkuV ntout Is yearnIs alive!' 'Jerry Chambers sho Is, waiting for; you she. has cqrae to earth again!' and all that, ing for you. Go to her nnd share with know.. Newspaper reporters have her all the Iovo that I have for you" Jerry, not giving a thought to what been tryln' to And you, but the manager wouldn't let Milm In to seo you. might be In the big blue envelop, was It was him that gave out the story In driven back to the hotel alone. He tho first place, and It has spread like could not havo wished for greater hapWhen ho reached the busiwildfire. Jerry, my lad, you'ro a hero, piness, even if you have turned pur hair 20 ness section ho laughed and colored " as ho heard: Ti tJ i shades whifjr.f "Extryextry pape'l' AU about'Jjsrry pin!" said "And all for tho overflowing father. "I suppose Chambers found! All about millionyou have gained your Personality and aire's son In Los Angeles!" Ho bought a. paper, tho .front page liad it delivered in a gold case." "I'p not quite through, yet, father," of which was monumental In great said Jerry, and his brow, wrinkled a type. Ho read how be had returned little. "There aro still threo months, from tho grave, how ho had stirred up tho whole country, how ho looked, how you know." "Dut you'ro not going' on another hd was cheered and cheered at ovcry chase!" gasped his father. turn, how his friends In the cast were celebrating, and how his meeting with "I can't say anything about It." "Well, we'll see about that, sir," said Marina llostos had ndded to tho ro"ifou'vo mance of the climax, und ho beheld his father very decisively, moro than earned that pin and all himself as a senior at Tho College that goes with It, and they can't ask and as an officer In tho Uranlan army pictures that had been used after he you to do more." Jerry quite agreed with his father, disappeared from Kl Paso. ''Talk about enterprise!" ho said to but he could conceive of many, many things for him to do, If The Gemini himself. "Thoy tell all nbout my were disposed to make hlra do them. meeting with Marina before I have At six o'clock Jerry was In the arms seen her," When Jerry rcachod tho hotel he (it his mother the happiest woman In nil tho world. The meeting between was cheered by tho men, and It was tho two cannot be described; it would a matter of only a few minutes bofore lio ridiculous to attempt to describe he was tho center of a group of eager It. It was simply minutes of "tears of newspaper tnen Ho staved them off joy torrential and kisses and, 'hugs In- with: "Too busy now. I'll tell you numerable." Tho shock brought Mrs, all about mater on." Chambers to the verge of collapBO,. but .He; picked his way up to tho desk, It was a shock of Joy, find luwas not whoro Phlncasf ?Hwyte,hli face long beforo sho as so improved that wreathed In smiles, greeted him. "Thorp's a noto hero for yont" said It seemed a miracle had been wrought. "Httvo you seen Marlua yet?" his Hwyte, producing a little squaro enfather asked, nnd there was Just a sug- velope. Jerry recognized Marina's writing, gestion of a guilty look In his eye. Gen. llostos aud Mike O'Connor hid and, Boon was reading: "The gravp gives up Its doadl The told htm everything. "Not yet." answered Jerry. "It was heavens restorol" Five minutes later Jerry Chambero not until nn hour r;o that I knew any and Marina Hpstoi, veru alone,. of you were: hero..-- ! ,ho woll?'' "3he Is fast rounding to her old CHAPTER XXXVI. self." Mid "his father, and, with a The Inevitable' Last. twinkle In hid eyos: "Sho Js fairer People had traveled hundreds of tb mi all tho rest of tho girls In the miles ta jo Angeles tq see one thing world." tho grand Illuminated Parade of tho "Marsylla and her parent, too, aro Flower, scheduled to reach. tbo(plai?a In Los Angeles," said his ntQUior. of tho Hotel Florida promptly 'afulno vj'SHW tHfM"ir'FrlcOtHild;Jerry. "but 1 van a UUla Jilt rushod ana unlock, tlwt uluht, but (wo persons bad no thought of It, and" - room on the parlor floor, with hearts as ono, with thoughts as one, none to bco a picture of perfect bliss' but. (ho moon and stars. was Tho reunion of theso lover complete. Tho soul of each was the soul of tho contented; tho eyes of each told a story Infinitely better than tonguo could tell It; a single little word of tbreo letters from her, again repeated, was as a volumo of Joy to him. Jerry Chambers and Marina llostos sat at a window of a are" not" d Jerr)-Chambe- 1 f That long line of smart traps and automobiles, smothered with blossoms and made brilliant by paper lanterns, had passed tho hotel before Jerry and Marina went downstairs for a stroll. There still remained nn hour nnd a half between Jerry and tho opening of tho blue envelope, and yet ' tho young Gemini had given the Instructions but little thought. At every step on the swarming piazza ho was recognized, and many times bo was stoppod by men eager to shako his hand. He They boro his triumph modestly. were at tho end of tho piazza when they almost bumped Into Mike O'Connor." l . 7 , Ma-rlna- 's wlld-gooe- rWhat's that about, .birds of a feather?" asked Mike, taking both of hands Into his. "Something about flocking together!" Provided Jerry. "Hut, Mike, old man, you look llko the prince of Fifth avenue Just like tho owner of a real gold mine. That red waistcoat should have' led the parado "Oh, an Athlone man don't always have to Wear a gingham Jumper and lug greasy waste," said Mlko, throwing bad; bls.cpa and Inserting hi thumbs Into his 'vest armholes, "Hut aro you still tblnkln' about gold mines?" "You .can gamble on It, Michael O'Connor," enthusiastically responded Jerry) "and ono of theso days the unlvorse won't be big, onough for tho two of us. I'm thinking of buying tho moon already." "Out, Jerry, aro you sure you found- -" .... can lead you to that red "Mike, stpno In thopathway nnd get you to old '11' In less tlmu than It takes you to )Uff.l.'nn Inch .of that cigar away. Will yoifbo "up nftcr midnight?" 'TII bo up' lllT thoy take In the grass, How could annybody sleep oil I ' y r such a night as this?" "Mike, get out a pencil and a piece of paper," said -- Jerry. "! want you to jako a couplo pf nutos, for fear I mlgb't furget them," Mike produced a pencil and an nnd awaited Jerry's dlctlou. "Just put down 'Akron, O.,' and 'IMcbard HuntliiKtutirPortUnd.' That'll be pll now," and tho next moment- Jerry Bad Marina were, moving towards'a. bench across' thd lawn, near a clump of bushes, and considerably removed from .tho gay throng, Thoy had Just seated themselves on tho bench when Marsylla llavless and the man 'Jerry had'Vco'iif flttf 'flfrorf tag. piazza approached. - "I havo been looking evcrywhoro for V An ' y6u, Jorry," said Mnrsylln, her volco r" I t . 7. laden with sandy sugar. "How proud wo all are of you!" Kidney Mn. pf ne them. Oimiot,.i. Jerry took her hand nnd merely ' and freer from tmin , t. smiled. Tho noxt moment ho was , them and In three monlh, slinking Ihe hand of the count of . ret out nn rnilrk.. "descended from tho old homo of llarlscalnnda." , my. dU arded the "And when nro we going lo havn AND THE CAT LAUQHED. ... . "II thn wrvndar n , .... you back In Now York, Jerry?" asked uienm,,.. j 4. HI I'll Mnrsylla, vviiiiivii ftnM hv nil itnfitAr. "Heally, t can't say. You see. I've Co, be'en enjoying myself hugely the last year or so, and I hate to glvo up this Raliim. sort or thing. I may drift back thoro Btagn Mnnage- sometime, though. That was a protty iin pony you wore driving ... scrae 'ot'i nuvuiaua Marsylla stamroored something, nnd wuum ii uo to nT ssaeoe,. sho was grateful that tho light was iao n ocarr low enough to hldo tho color that Autnor-i- ne very thing rrt, camo to her cheeks. .... i o ..in i liiiuts: iiarpcr I VYMtlj Is a beautiful girl," said Marina "Sho In genuine admiration, as Marsylla . It Is more from r a and her escort moved away. truth than from lntenHn,i ... "Shn Is that," said Jerry. "nd a there la so much fslnkooj u mighty clover horsowoman, too. She worm. ur- Johnson, can get n horso away from a crowd Sho John, dear, tho doelor says I quicker than anybody I over saw." need n change of climate. Thero was a long silence as they Her Husband All right, tho weathwatched tho crowd er man says It wilt bo colder toon tho piazza. She broko It with: morrow, "When arc you going back to New York, Jerry to your family and your Dllghted Faith, friends?" ttdllh's small friends we to helping Jerry pulled out his watch. her celebrate her sixth birthday, and "Wheel" he exclaimed; "it's a quar ono embryo Prluco Charming had tcr to 12. I may bo ablo to tell you been so dovoted that something definite ns soon as the clock Gladys slyly whispered to Kdllh's strikes 12. Hut, tell me, Marina, do mamma that "Kdlth has got a beau," you trust tne after nil tho sorrow Mamma, who wasn't' so very aged herhavo caused you to suffer?" self, foil that tho rolo of chaperon was "Of courso I do, Jerry, dear. If 1 being prematurely thrust upon her, did not I should not bo hero with you and explained to Gladys that small now." girts had llttlo boy friends, not beaus. "You saved my life once." Gladys was not to bo daunted, how "And you saved mlno." over. "And you're going to 'save It "Dut I hare a beau," she announced again?" "at least 1 had one, but he's mar"Jerry, dear, If I valuo my own 1 ried now. Just think, ho promised Tills woman snys she was Hit must 'save faithfully to wait for mo, and then ho Sho could not crowd tho other words went off and married some one else. from nn operation by LriUl past his lips. And now,' with profound and tragic lMiiklinm 'a vegetable Corap Jerry put his watch Into her hand conviction, "I'll never beJIevo another Lena V. I lenry, of Xorriston,G and both of them watched tho rain man as long as I live." writ cs io jirs. i lniLuam: utes tick "away. When tho big hand suffered untold mlwrrfrcal Tho Armless Man" was but a single space from th maio trouble a, .My uocwrw:4isej numeral XII ho took tha envelope said, "It wasn't money he wanted, tlon waa tha only chance I but somebody to scratch his 'back." dreaded It almott aa much u iii'X I from bis pocket. "Ono day I read how otirr "It Is midnight, Jerry," said she Thero are many with strong arms and cured by Lyd.a L lltlU: softly, and tho next Instant the en willing hands that havo that samo had I iai!H velopo was open and tho contents wort yearning. Hunt's Curo will make back Vegetable Compound, ani try It, Jlelore I nan libra lm a scratching, or any othor old scratch- bottlo I waa better, and bow I tzi In his eager hands. "Let mo read to myself, sweetheart," ing, totally unnecersary. It knocks tlrelv cured. lm said, ami now his head was hot and out any Itching sensation that ever woman sufferluff witi I ' his mind was far from easy. She happened, and It docs It right now. female troublo sh u'. l tine rinkham's Vegxtabld tcBpccii Ono application relieves. picked up his hat and played with It. She looked back Into his eyes only FACTS FOR SICK WOME when he garo a little sigh and brought Mr. Lspsllng's Mean Joke. For thlriv years J.vd Y. "You have named tho baby Tctan-as?- " h.nn'rt VcirL'taiilo Cnir.nr caL i bU Hps to hers. exclaimed the horrified caller. "Marina." said he, "let me fix th : from roota ami licrlw, "Yes," answered Mrs. Impaling. "I Rtnml.ml remetlv for kmnub date." She was so surprised that slit ft could not utter a won! before bo wrnl think that's what we'll call her. It's mul lins noaitlvel v cured on: "Let us maku It for noon on tlif tho name my husband suggests." women who havo lccn trouUkll 19th of Juno. Say you will!" "llut think how It will mortify her displacements, Inflainmatt mug "You must havo a good reason fot when she grows to bo a young woman I tuinorn, im.v-a- it asking It, Jerry, and I will do as you Do you know what 'tetanus' means? 11 lion, uaroiti ivsricxlio pains McKacur, iump means lockjaw." say." fecllmr. lbtulsnry.iai "You must bo mistaken about that, I Ion, dizziness or nervous rrwtaai "And let's mako It n quiet affair only your people and mine thert Ho says It means silent, quiet, re- way with don't you try it r served," nnd Mlko O'Connor." Mh. IHnlrlinm Invites all "I do not want a big wedding." women to write lier tar The Horologlcil Revenge. "Fine! I guess you may look at thli 41n lin ,'iililnl thoUUniU They were looking over their AdtlrcAsLynn-Miui- J now," and Jerry handed her this mespresents. Ho pointed to a small iicaltli. sage from Tho Gemini: "Well done, good and faithful JVrson brflnzo clock. "8ocras to me," ho said, of Th Oemlnl! Y liava performed tu "that I have seen that beforo." the glory of your beloved fraternity, and "You have," sho roturned serenely. y built yourself up grandly, llut l'lUllhrlyctrell gave It to my first husband nnd ye have not yet earned nn sulurlng light "You i.elmlfH to your priceless Personality. It la the me for a wedding present Whon wo ! will of all (Jenilnl thu't ye do ns now didivided tho things after tho dlvorco ho Thf r ! rie 1 r rected: kept the clock, and now ho Is sending iTTLE now ye shall seek the spirit of A rltN reciprocal love, ye must win n love that It back to us." will bu moro to you than Ufa Is. and at A Cheerful Ouesser. noon on the nineteenth day of June 1900, '! tea, PILLS. Tllatlilu-,the. lost day of tha second year of your "What does an actor mean by a 'fat absencn from home and state, yu must part?'" heur tho words that unite ye with an"I don't know, but from tho oleaginother In the holy bonds of wedlock. TBey regiilats Us Ikistls. ttrfj TV "May the blessings of the spirit of Ilod-nc- y ous sound I should Judge It means tho SHALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SUM. Graves bo upon yo now and remain olio." Kansas City Times. with ye forever and aye." THE KND. Genuine Must For Headache Try Hicks' Capudlne. CARTERS Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or DIET TO CURE SLEEPLESSNESS. Nervous troubles, tha achea aro speedily WivER relieved by Cn mil Inn. It's to take Kifects Immediately, 10, X Plj-5- . and Wc at Drug Ktores. IndiCommon Causes of Insomnia REFUSE SUBSTIIB gestion and Hunger. Remember what you possess In tho Dr. William Stevens says that In- world will bo found at tho day of your somnia Is not a disease Itself, but tho death to bolong to somo ono clso, but effect of nn unhealthy condition of what you are will be yours forever. body or mind. When the causo Is re- Ilonry Van Dyke. moved tho Insomnia may bo expected Bollcfs. Sa TU IllttVR OUT MAI.AIIIlEn to disappear. C AM lllJil.ll til- TIIR RVRTKH. Mills, Corn Shelters, Old KUndtrJ (jllOVhH TASTKI.KMI Tsks t Kvery physician hns had stubborn louknosr m hsl rou iin Uklnc. UIIU'lVNia pUlnlr Stoc" urlnwd im cases of It which 'would not yield td Tlu. luiwuU It bowlus it In. a iuiuIhi Agrlcuttutal Implemenn any treatment and for which a changu tuna, and lalU lnipljr gulnlnasud turu. Iotur sruwa mou edpctual CATALOGUE (Mopls sod ttid. Send for 1'REE of air or of scene became noccssary. Yct d nnntmiR Lli. Hut such cases ns these should not oiiyn""", Wo must never Judgo pf tho quality occur, and do occur only when of teaching by tho quality tho tho sufferer has neglected precautions teacher, or allow tho spots to of out . ..i.wlW shut that should havo boon taken whon tho tho sun. Lord Acton. troublo first mado Itself manifest. ' WooUey,M.U-AtUuta.Insomnia results from causes which Monoy Isn't everything In tho world, can ho removed If attended to in sealut It's difficult to rcallzo this fully IfsRIIetMwIIB Thomp$on'iy' son. Tho most common causa Is fouud aurs sfskSM tnless you havo monoy. In tho dlgestfvo organs. Klllior unsutt-ablfood, canning tnsomula ns a feature of Indigestion, or Insufficient food, causing the patleut to bo itopt awaku by hunger. CHRONIC CHEST COMPLAINTS Thero are few things which can be flf ft bo4 tenoui chancier hire Leea penaanently cuieJ with Pi unlvprsally recpmmeud.'sidj8t, for due. Coughi, cold., hosrieoeu, broocliiui aod ajthmi qiuclly rcipoM sleeplessness, since what will' ugrco to iu Ualing iafliKsce, If ycai havo a cough of cold, if you af e hoi with pno juau will dlsagroo with anor have diflkuliy with yout brealhiaj. jet bottle of IWs Cure. Im"4 other. Hut' two things that may aldiaUt beat fit follows di fint dote. Continued luo (enerally britiji com most always ba recommended are rieta relief, fot netil half a tester IW Cure hu Ua ilenoaitriiiiJ aud celery, that the mo4 tdviacoif i of cousb, cokh a4 ckrook cbesl coopU e i ' CAN BS CUKEP IifOT. of-- a man, when, hft hoars, uo, reasonable exactions patiently. Only ludlffcrcacQ can. pardon tyranny. IWs .Jfj' Tnla-wnxza- ;.r. eii. : .... Foster-Mllburn ... cru' itm ".H UnStl - seron-year-ol- 1 k7: It" "I tU len Lil j la th-i- n I M wed-('l-- jl haf SICK HEADA6I CARTERS YlVER H Bl IJquld-pleas-- ant FAROUHAR i,ttii gin os, ton Pfantors, tw nPiuM os o Si o I rt l-- ' '' v tm, IN THE MEANTIME TO CURE A COUOH Or Break a Cold In 24 Hour two ounces of Olycorlno nnd. a iJalf ounco of Virgin Oil of Pine compound puro with a half pint cf Straight Whisky. Shako well nnd tako a orery four hour. Tho gcnulno Virgin Oil of Pino compound ptiro Is prepared only by Tho iKjaeh Chemical Co., Cincinnati Ohio, and Is put up .only In vials, each vial securely sealed In n round wooden case to Inetiro Its freshness and iturlty. Ml hnlf-ounc- ONE CALAMITY NOT FORESEEN. AnaUThat, 'That On of Course, Was tha On Actually Occurred. m um ar-v- m . . aa. ul THE DIFFERENCE. .4 0 rcuss'yw-BBBKsm--j,:j- mKHnHR 7L s- - i ' ' SSS. T aBfaBfaBfaBfaBfaua'- t- bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsbbbbbbi i."1. .. .. viuiv i i ii w ramniri m Baw.. a "N i smbm nil .m jmL9 st ' a I Jones Vou never hear of a fat criminal, do ycu? Hones Certainly noL Ixok how difficult It would bo for a stout person to stoop to anything lowl A Terror to HI Kind. certain congressman I tho' father of a bright lad of ten, who persists, despite tho parental objection and de" cree, In reading lltcraturo of tho variety. "That's a ntco way to be spending your time," said tho father on ono occasion. "What's your ambition, any- A Ptf ih. ruilllade of Shots the Suipcet Eteaped." Familiar Newt Item. J Ef- Silas nennelt was a philosoa certain dismal occasion some ot the neighboring women wero condoling with her. With commendable cheerfulness, says a writer In tho Now York Times, sho replied: "I've raised four girls nn' throo boys, xpectln' every tlmo they'd be twins and llko their Grandpa Dennett nn' yet they nln't "An' I've worried consld'blo over mallpox brenkln' out In ray b'.g family. So for, 'taln't "Last summer, durln' July an' August, an' mebbo part of September, I was real mclonchollc, fcarln' I'd got an appendix; but I guess I ain't. "An' through It nil, It never occurred lo mo that I'd bo tho ono to fall through them rotten old meetln' houso step an' break my leg In two places, but I bo." Youth's Companion, There and Dack. Once upon another tlmo a tramp was being fed at a college cookery on the pieces do resistances of the fresh-maclass. "Somo authorities claim that bad cooking drives many men to drink," sold tho assistant principal; "was that tho caso with you?" "Looks to me, lady, llko de odder way around," answered the hobo, "It wu drink druv mo to this !" Illustrated Sunday Masailne. pher. Mr. k (feMiUHliifl CASTQRIA Tor Infanta ni ChlMrta, The Kind You Have ft i: t- -i a UM . LI 3 PER CENT AVeflclaWe Preparation for As simitalim! meFoodnndRedula" ling the S lomachs and Howcls or ALCOMOL-- Always Bought Bears tho Signature of kit' r.itt Promotes Digcslion.ChccrfuI-ncssandRcsl.Conlai- neither Opium.Morphinc Not Nahc J Lit AWp, tfounrSAfKamara otic nor Mineral AitktlliS'Ht n AwwW Wir? -- Jttd . 'litrer lfmbrfr A perfect Ffcmcdy TorConslip-lio- n . Sour Stomach.Diarrhoco, fct; !MI fojp and LOSS OF SLEEP "half-dlmo- II facsimile Signature of The Centauh y Use For Over nm ki Tf ill nllU - OnTTIDlf rHiuiivni "TRUST BUSTING" Corporation A FARCE. ....ir OUbniw .a to r WILL OF TO DTPEAT . ct' PEOPLE. iur iyiiiwm 1 iw Continue to Laugh at fort to Regulate Them. how T" "Dad," responded tho youngster, with a smile, "I'd llko to havo people tremble llko aspen leaves at tho mere mention of ray name." Llpplncott's. Ohio Crrr or Tdubo. I LecM cnvirri. f J, Cxtiir irukr Mth ht U mVt Mrtarr ol th firm ot r. 1. CO. doln( bnl-la lb tur ot TulMo. Oxinlf uxi HUt ttorrwfct M lh Mbl arm m tar IK nim 61 ONK lll'Mmi.I) UOI.LAIU lor rwli M m ot dmiCT ruoot tx mrrd by Uw U This Is So. Wo wish to state In as plain and vigorous way as words can express It, that Hunt's Curo will positively, quickly and permanently euro any form of Itching Skin disease known. One box Is guaranteed to cure. One application affords relief. Tanke It must bo great to be a Harvard man. 8tyne Why so? "Tho streets up there are so crooked that peoplo can't tell whether you'ro . walking atralght or not." Yale Keo-erd- i aH Thirty Years NEW YORK. i x r i ii. Be Indiflnltel Poitpencd. of Mr. .. ik. .wtinn i . .in I linnnhllciiii the iop)o ilmv .. . of nneravafl Drran crnnd the wett ! f f1 tirrv fnr Inn in tin h1ft Immn. f ifr elccJon rid c( rev.itnK tho tariff right ii tt3 wcii hud been promUcd. 1UO HUH lUIJfhlva ll'T UTS ::oia nt .ntlcflnUu next n itimmcr. iiisiirs Tk . aiiinmnni Renubllran I J I - ' I I nrtr .. .-- nil I .I n .1 hat .. u squirm, it 'ne itconu ras' anr i rolonto of reducing . r nnmna Inr I h. iu ..II. ana I ... I In tho nunc FT I. I of oflnlon wrat. This BobPtr ant mi dashUr UU Bcolnc Iho of tariff At uiclou barons till. J 4 u.c oi iiryan, incy wilouj to revtio tho tariff br-ww and next March, honlnr nuu ill Ulf.f.i .L Wfcdi, the truiti. ... - -- ... raU.ivau utiury mo Kranu e already changed their Roo'fieJt tho free trader' of nd Taft a rcvlilonlit on hi f campaUn, are become, open rA .V...M... .. v.. lmI uurucn in ino . atlll rarrv nn " . " Stick .... to !h Dnl.l IW,.. vauiiiKiKn ior inn nrnii ineunT . . . Ilrwlnr. .... 1. . Ud hl.b . ... ... .uuuu lacuuoui ana wnicn rreildeiit anu proclaimed iu.iuu.-,r iiicnninc nr thi llhe IWnilln In, It.. -imi ma ruiOUI i;.. irilBIB nnniiin- iH8mon, Tho people reruion of iho tariff thnt hni uvinK and hotlir -" uinr r " i.rrjint; tne I'hllliiDlnea nt . -- ' . anl rff i from the ivaimrt lieu our nailnnnl - -- "PBovornmcnt, They wuminixiailon to nntinn.i . ""ire of nnl rinnl 'Md the ... ' Tl taiBtinn ",uuf rn"c exlrvaBuncB. Ur lu ' c In ? d,aCy; iim h'8 ,KX,mlnB 01 want. i. rui)r Uoton I'oat "EFORE LOWERS, "WELRY Perfect Philosophy. Wo read of a certain Iloman emTho beof trust wu "burted" In tho peror who built a magnificent palace. amo way. Kvery tlmo a man pays In digging tho foundation tho workmen discovered golden sarcophagus 30 cents a pound for ait steak ornamented witha three circlets, on ho la reminded that tho beof trust wa not ,,buted," but disciplined and for- which were Inscribed: "I have expendI havo ever enjoined from doing such thing ed; I havo given;possess; kept; I have I have lost; possessed; I do again. It will not bo very long beforo I am punished. What I formerly exevery trust ha been "busted," and pended I havo; I gave away, I what will poor robin do then It ho havo." From thowhat Qcita Ilomanorum. wants to bo elected to office! 8polls for Fashion's Followers. In London during the At auction Harrlman't $260,000. As wo undcrxtand that Mr. Hoose-velt'- a laat half of 1907 there wero catalogued for sale 19,742 skins ot birds of paradefenso of the Harrltnan dise, nearly 115,000 wblto boroa contribution: 1. It wra entirely proper for Mr. plumes and a vast number ot the Itooscvelt to solicit thl monoy, be- skins and plumes ot many other birds cause ho Intended to bunco Harrltnan of beautiful plumage. Including albatross quills and tho tails ot the lyre and did bunco him. 5. Secrecy waa necessary becauso bird. Sir. Itoosovelt'a motives might have Test Its Value. been misconstrued by perSimmons Liver Purifier Is the most son who would seo In tho transaction valuablo remody I over tried for n a sordid attempt on tho part of nnd Disordered Liver. It to control, tho presidency does lta work thoroughly, but docs not through tho use of tainted money. gripo llko most remedies of Its charac3. Tubllclty of such a contribution ter. I certainly recommend It when-ove- r beforo election might havo thwarted tho opportunity occurs. tho high purposo of Mr. Kooscvolt In W. M. TOML1NSON, separating Harrlman from his money Prlco 25c Oswego, Kansas, giving him anything In rewithout turn, How Rows Begin. I. Other presidential candidate "Hubby, I dreamed last night that should nover be permitted to cngago that you didn't lovo me." In similar negotiations, becauso even "I'iow foolish you arc" wcro they sufficiently patriotic to re"Foolish, am IT As It I could help pudiate tho moral obligation they vbat I dream about!" would not bo sufllclontly practical to And tho fight was on. decclvo a man )lk6 Hnrrlmnn. 6. Tho fact that It was Theodore Qualify Make Good, Iloosovelt who did this Is a complete fterm of Miliaria will effectivrly tie your hands behind vour back. Your ikiwit to answer to all hostllo criticism. Quinine cut in half Having defended tho contribution, do things is the trouble by Malaria. reducing snly makes worse by perhaps Mr. Iloosovelt will. now ex- me nerve lorre. dnnnson ionic is tho plain Just how tho money was used, only effective force that will enable you to as Harrlman said, to turn 50,000 votes qualify nuke good. In tho eclctlon. , , An Autocrat, "Do you think that tho people ought Th Weight of Responsibility, to rulo?" asked tho patriot Mr. Iiryan and tho Democratic party "Don't oak mo," answered tho nervcan find satisfaction In tho thought "I'm prejudiced against the that they will not bo responsible for ous man. a baseball umpire." government during tho next four Idea. I'm years. President Iloosevolt exprcssod It's a Hustler. tho opinion that It would bo hazardous Hunt's Ltchtnlnc Oil Is un and do to Intrust them with power. Now tho ltcpubllcnn party must asiunio tho ing all tbo time. It cures your aches, great undertaking of restoring pros- pains, cuts, burns and bruise while perity, getting control of tho trust you sleep. Rub a llttlo on your mis and monopolies and bringing confi- ery and feel It disappear. dence back to that part of tho populaQood Stunt. tion which ha felt that power haa "How do you preserve your teeth so sllppod from tho hand of tho many beautifully T" to the fow, Tho Republican party has "I never buy nny tooth powder from bcfnro demonstrated thnt It Is cnpabla a dentist" Clevoland Lender. of administrating government and meeting crises. It will now again ba For Colds and Grlpp Cspudlne. put to tho tost. AVo do not be! lava Tha beat remrdv for QrlDu and Colda la that Mr. Iiryan will envy it tho task. illcka' Capudln. Itrllevra tha urlilng ami rliluif . Curra tha cold lleadacha To nccompllsli thla It will need to rele10, gate to tho rear those party leaders also. It'a Liquid Kffccts ImmtdluUly 25 and Ma at Drug Btorea. and all others who have fomottcn Uis Dotwccn being held ud and blown people. up. tho average married man has a .'' .'J strenuous time of It Flo Kontllte, of the Guy Durlesquera cam-palgn n liar-rlmoft-- Judicial decision that the American Tobacco Company I a trut and hna been and I operating In rcttrnlnl of trado I a typical triumph for tho trust butter. Thty maintained that It was an unlawful trut, nnd It la. Tho court aid o. Hut tho application for a wn denied nnd thero will bo no oihi-- r action taken until tho coao haa been decided on appeal. So, no matter how much tho tobacco trado la aub-Jeto lllcKal restraint, at least a year, probably two and possibly three years, muat elapse beforo tho license granted It by tho court lo contlnuo It UtcRo nnd, doubtless, Illicit career will As Yale Sees It. JOuaranteed under the Foodaw Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA (Tin or rttis tht uiikx IIIU'S ClTtlUI CCHC, rnANK J. CHENEY. vat MitomkMl fci isr tmrui Pom ta twtnn UU ik dr o( IXumUr. A. U4 iw. I I lhl imr w ct Nfftisr lS;uc lUD'i Caturti Ctira M Ukfn tntrrnillr M rts ttrwtlr upon tlx bhnd and bmxii (urtun ot lb fTitn. tteod tat tmltnoaHla. ttr. T J CHUNKY CO. Toll O U br n Dnirinu. Tsi um I'uniir rut tor coutitxUoB. t A. W. ZZ. CLCASO.V. Curing Quinine Grippe-wit- I. like doping an old j.tde to run a hit heat and have lutn drop dead nt the finiih, You can't cure Grip with Quinine but you mi$ht patch a man with it. Jolinnona Tonic makes Rich lted lllood and give a splendid sense of power it Weak Women frequently suffer great pain and misery during the change of life. Tt is at this time that the beneficial effect of taking Cardui is most appreciated, by; .those who find that it relieves their distress. to do tbingi. The Real Place. First Amateur Fisherman Where Is really tbe best place to get the best trout? Second Ditto (confidentially) In any fish market. Baltimore first-clas- s American. was at Derby, England, that the members of tho Society of Friends were first called Quakers, and tho chuplh Jtero has Just observed Its centennial. TAKE It HARD Ul If Will Help You AT ALL DRUG STORES EAlUttiVA HY-P- 0 Anion tha Um, Btomachand Boweli.aiiiw(wtraitlowbol(llga-It tncu Uiuranudunlcrtbi fun rood and IMoaa Act. Trial bntllflTwrntr.nToOnU. Clmilrtr. XilE TOMUUK COUVAHY. Kuttand. VS. Relieves tired, congested, inflamed and Alt sore rvca, quickly (tops eve aches. drusguta or Howard llros., Uullalo, X. Y. Pettlt's Eye Salve for 25c. Tho St Anthony chapel car which recently finished a long tour through Wisconsin and Minnesota, has had a prosperous week In Philadelphia. Mrs. TVInstow'a Soothlna Syrup, rot thlljrtu tMlhlss , aotuai tot rim, rtducci SscabulU. Mrs. Lucinda 0. Hill, of Ireeland, O., "writes: "Beforo I began to take Cardui, I suffered so badly I was afraid to lie down at night. After I began to take it I felt better in a week. Now my pains have gone. I can sleep like a girl of 16 and the change of life has nearly left me." Try Cardui Tlmo Isn't money, yet people are always spending It Ovrr.V.UJ0UftUuionlali. lUfuMlmluUona. toMfol (rM trial pukaae. A.8.01mMl, Vtlioj.H, Y. Ft Arh t'e Allen's Foot-Ka- a Anacharsla: Laws catch flics and let hornets go free m HAIR BALSAM Iriiinin And ttwudAat & halfc riotnua ft luarUnt rrowtk. I KTr fails to Btor Ony Oun wtlp dimat ft hair faUla Cathartic twn&isnz F A. N. K. (190848) 2258. The Comfortable Way To x Portland And the straight way. Daily service via Union Pacific from Chicago to Portland. the safe road to travel , v Electric Block Signal Protection Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Cars, Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars, Free Reclining Chair Cars, Coaches and Dining Cars. Let me send you books fully describing Port-land, the Northwest and the train service via Ask about tke Union Pacific Alaska-Yukon-Pacif- ic Exposittoa at Seattle, Wash., 1909 Writ for BookUtt Suit trip, during uaton, to YtUowitont Park, at low rat on all through t!ckt$. E. L. LOMAX, General Passenger Agent. OMAHA, NEBRASKA. Company. "Kro parting with tho orchid, tho young millionaire gavo tbom U long, admiring glanco, k '"Thoy'ro bcautlon, oroa't theyT he laid to tho little boy. 'Do you think t'rdav.ul,:,.c.,,8c,' Miss Kootlltes will bo pluasedr Well, busy Iho; lad replied, 'last ranx up ""Wr boy niHht.'Vhod I took a similar bucch tq rmor, 0411,0 "ehUa worth Flo.jl overheard bar remark that she'd ,kMhoy, be .alll, .l0 M; rather have a bracelet than all the bloomtu' flower la Now York-- " Nursing Mothers and Malaria The Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILI TONIC, drives out Malaria and builds up the pystem. You know what you arc taking. The formula is plainly printed on every bottle, showing it is simply tminine and Iron In a tasteless, and tne most ettectual lorni. ior adults ana cuilaren. 50c. anvtkiag adrer. ttied in lit column ttioulu iauft upon hiving vthal they atk lor. rdooag all uhAitulot ot IniiutSoot. Kedders of Uuipapcrdc- - 'ow PUTNAM FADELESS DYESj mmmJnKSfH!!Ci StUclwtltairiolhM. wh twiM-w-uft,- OyWaoaafctta eaters silBtaw. an cnwa. mmhoc T tra la cM mtar katUr tkaa tt, ttfcar dra. mmurn mm., Mtisw You can M I HulUbU for brtnUntf In DWk(pr vr oa ia Uoary. KblUlwrt ut ttUi will Uk Twtr priotlDK unlvrarutduli A. W. K KUAHiU N HW8IA,HK CO. Uttls Uoca. Kellogg's Halftones. pwr M Up Don'ts For Hunters. -- S S PIOIEY While Fulton county sportsmen are hot on the trail of big game, it is well to remember the Fulton county farmer is still on earth. Also, that .many a noble hunter has been haul IF YOU HAVE MONEY ed home in a lumber wagon. Here TO BURN Christmas things will occupy a are some slight hints on good man: good deal of your attention just ners in hunting Don't drag your gun muzile end keep it in the house where tt may now, the same as they do with us, be burned, lost or stolen ; but but don't lose sight of the fact toward you when you crawl under a If you want to keep it that our business first and forefence. most if a Drug Store, where the Don't take a friend along who safely where, it will hustle and bustle of holidays and wiggles his weapon as though it were always be ready celebrations is never allowed to a billiard cue. when need-- e the detract our attention from Don't peep down the barrel and d serious business of putting up precaress the trigger with your toe at scriptions and supplying your the same time. ... DEPOSIT WITH US ... Medicinal and Sick Room Needs. Don't take a long eared dog that Wherever you go for you fancy looks like a rabbit in the distance. A bank and gift things you cannot do betDon't shoot a cow in mistake for account will ter than trust us to put up your a deer ; farmers can't see the joke. prescriptions. give you a better Don't take too much snake bite business standing In antidote. the community and a presDon't wonder over the countryHELM & ELLISON tige you have never enjoyed man's winter wheat for the farmer's before. If your nam: is not on muzzle-loadcarries rock salt nearour books, we will be pleased to ly a mile. buckshot on a redbird, see it there before the close of the Don't use try grape or canister. year 1908.' Don't carry your gun cocked as Hickman Furniture Go, you plow through the underbrush; 'rlNCORPORATEl-'ryou might waste some ammunition on a comrade. Funeral Directors Don't buy your game from a And Embalmers.. country boy ; your wife may discover it was killled with a rifle. Franklin on Freemasonary. Don't build a fire in a fence corner The distingushed brother .Mason, and go away and forget it ; fences Kentucky Hickman, Benjamin Franklin, wrote regarding Telephone No. 30 cost money. Masonry : "It has secrets peculiar to itself; Another County Heard From. but of what do these principally The following editorial from the consist? They consist of signs and Clinton Gazette serves as an example tokens, which serve as testimonials of how easy it is to get "balled up" of character and qualifications which on local politics : are only conferred after a rigid due "Mott Ayres was elected chair- course of instruction and examina man of the Fulton county Democrattion ; these are of no small value ; ic committee to succeed George they speak a universal language and Hickman, Ky. Carpenter. The Tylers tried to beat act as apassport to tbe attention and Fulton and Cayce with that same support of the initiated in all parts Roorris and Board fellow Dodds they sprung as a dark of the world. They cannot be lost horse to defeat Mr. Jackson in the so long as memory retains its power. Large, com. Hickman convention last fall. We Let the possessor of them be expaby the day or week. fortable rooms bath in connection have a notion that Dodds is a myth, triated, shipwrecked or imprisoned ; a sort of "Mrs. Harris" the Tylers let him be stripped of everything he can vote for when it suits them to has in the world ; still these creden Reasonable Rates !! try to defeat the majority which is tials remain and are available for usually against them. We have use as circumstances require. The never seen anyboby who claims to great effects which they have prohave ever laid eyes on Dodds." duced are established by the most The Tylers did not attend the incontestable facts of history. They committee meeting, and as no fight have stayed the uplifted band of the was made, it is they destroyer ; they have softened the did no "springing of dark horses." asperities of the tyrant ; they have The bee's stinger is on the other mitigated the horror captivity s they have subdued the rancor of malevoend, Mr. Walker. Come when least exuected. I your As for Mr. Dodds being an invisi- lence, and broken down the barriers borne property Insured T It should counter-par- t be you may be next to burn out. of the Tyler of political animosity and sectarian ble machine that is all bosh. That alienation. On the field of battle, Take Out a Small you have never seen Mr. Dodds is in the solitude of the uncultivated Fire Insurance Policy merely significant of the fact that forests, or in the busy haunts of the Now and be Safe ! you are unacquainted with Fulton crowded city, they have made men county's best citizens and business of the most hostile feelings and repIts too late nfter the fire. We most distant religions, and the most resent tbe BKST companies In tbe men. U. H, make as low rates and prompt diversified conditions, rush to the hettlement ns any of them. aid of each other, and feel social Troops Leave Hickman. R. T. TYLER, Agt joy and satisfaction that they have . B. Bassett, who is in been able to afford relief to a brothMaj. charge of the troops in the western er Mason." division, put into ezcution Saturday, the ordeis of Adjt. Gen. Johnso", David F. Morgan was able to be and withdrew the soldiers stationed in town Monday, after a long illness at Hickman and other, western Ken- of pneumonia. Dave says he is tucky towns. still a candidate for sheriff. Not The detachment stationed here independent, however, but we preand at Cadiz broke camp Saturday, sume in- - the next ctmpalgn. He and left ior Hopkinsville, where says he will do all he can in sup they deposited their equipment be- porting the nominee, Goalder John Phone me and I will fore going to their respective homes. son. Mow there are no camps in this part call for your Laundry. Gasoline at the Courier Office. of the state with the exception of Murray and Eddyville, where the officials still regard conditions as L et us Ftll Your Prescriptions Tl NIK REMODELING we at Sllc t l win matte special prices on any piece or lurnuure in our hum me next ou aayt at our aireaoy large quarters are being remodeled greatly increased and we have to make room for the mechanics. We mm Fay Freight on all oat of Town Shipments of $ J 0,00 0r Over 9 Z 2 LIGrON FURNITURE union crrrv, tenn. kpohm iMiosrc nno HKHIUKXCK What The Kidneys Do. Vh ( - IMIONI- JJt sfWWWWwWwP' Their Unmuhm Work Keep Nlroujt and Healthy er -i-THEj- -. -- HICKMAN BANK Cottage Jr A Hotel... All the blood in the body passes through tbe kidneys once every three minutes. The kidneys filter the blood. They work night and day. When healthy they remove about 500 grains of Impure matter daily, when unhealthy some part of this Impure matter Is left in the blood. This brings on many diseases and symptoms pain in the back, headache, nervousness, hot, dry skin, rheumatism, gout, gravel, disorders of the eyesight and hearing, dizzi ness, irregular heart debility, drowsiness, dropsy, deposits in the urine, etc. Out if you keep the filters right you will have no trouble with ' your kidneys. R. J. Long, living in Hickman,, Ky.,says: "Doan's Kidney Pills., are all that is claimed for them and it Is a pleasure to give them my infirst Kidney trouble dorsement. manifested It self in my case, in the form of a Ume back, and when I arouse in the morning the pain was severe, exceedingly ihere was also a heavy feeling through my loins as though I was being dragged down by so much lead. I tried several remedies, but received no relief until I procured Doan's Kid ney Pills at Helm and Ellison's druc store. The effect of this Before the remedy was magical. contents of the one box had been us I ed the trouble was banished. shall never lose an opportunity of speaking in favor of Doan's Kidney kg?Abhvct A WISE mm llGrlKN MAIDEN. I cfxmiomucmfnti vunivviVM 1, 1 NO For Sheriff: OOAUiER JOMrso, cmf Xjf 1 I PONT with succmd fancy dish," one fair maiden aald: "I'm much afraid mr forte I Just the nuking plsln, while bread," Circuit Court Clerk, Iw ua t clasped hrr hand she turned away; looked nulls Inconsequential, And said: "Good, flour, nf court. I nerd, and food yeast Is essential. For Jailer. JOE N'XiNOX School Sunin'nt..J MISS DORA SUITS "With water. I Use butter, loo (of both one can't be chary). Hut when I us milk I find no buller necessary. iwt County Alienor. C1IA5. BEAUIi "Tha oven should heat should b If, In rive mlnulra, the oven will not be too hot; the null steady; arnne flour will brown, be readr. County W. A Judge. JIATUl 'With these few hints, most any one can make bread. If she wishes. Hut I have never had much lurk with making fancy dishes." Now. Bo County Attomej; jas w sunt County Court s i I like good, plain bread-I- he rrst don't suit my poor digestion. girt. I to this sweet, straightway popped the miestlon. Oerl t, x.m ip v 11 Pills." For sale by all dealers. Price Co., But 50 cents. Foster-Milbur- n falo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. self-evide- Poor Man's Jelly Roll. TbU reel p" reads tiueerly, but It It wpfi worth irjlus Tako three) ckkb, beat UshL Adil cup sugar (brown) flra teaspoons flour, and one of baking powder This roasea a wet batter. Cook In a shallow pan, iprcad any kind of Jelly over the cakn (when cooked) and roll together. Thinly sliced banana or orangtt may ba used In placa ol Jelly for a change.. ono-hal- r nir.rr r ror For Sheriff. (.HAS, Kji'SlS county juajt II liA NDEU it JAMES A Pretty Salad. It would aeem Nowadays J. A. Moore returned Friday from a visit to relatives in Louisville and Indianapolis. Farms For Sale call on or lulUrrn TliellllckiiMii Courier t i a Vrtf latpttia. lrwAtliin nr'nlhtir Inftirrtintlfin t..s.a. s a. a. i t i. t. t t. t. . I Don't & Wait! I I I the o. k. I criticil. The withdrawal BEST Testimonial, W FRANK SMITH, Agt. of the soldiers was quite unexpected by our citizens. When it was learned that they were to leave, a petition was sent the Governor asking him to let them remain here until after the present local troubles were settled. Except in one or two instances, the boys could not be criticised, and made many friends in this city. I These I I Bad Pains I H which ghrv JM such ciaolalta H Mflcrfef rrary tjaatk, art cuni, H m jtM Iomw, by smile tretHe. H RW sMsi r aerer tocmm Is It Mcmary car H the la H tfct canst, (Us ratr to stop Wm H flit, aa4 tafca cm calf to a tfMc, Umttt H yea nmtij, that acta aVxtlj a ttw H weaualf arfaaa. 4 MmM. M Hickman, Ky., Nov. 10, 1908. Hickman, Ky. This is to certify that I am well after suffering 20 years with what I thought was gravel and had been treated for same. You told me I had cancer. I thought I wis gone, 'b'ut after taking your treatment for cancer two months I am well, and want the afflicted to know they can be cured. Mrs. R. L. Hart, Hickman, Ky. Card ol Thanks. I wish to express my sincere thanks to my many friends and neighbors for their kindness shown me during the illness cf my husband ; and may God's richest blessings rest upon each and every one of you. " Dr. J. C. Morris, M H H H H H H H H kMMrv Mlstltalppl rlvrr 1otloin milts below lllrkmnu. Well finrHl lioux, outliouws, lc. nlftcrcs In cultivation, tlmlwr. lUlxia from Ml to Id) bushels corn to I,"! pou nils cotton. iroutl Investment. A No. 41 OT stcrrs land, one mile south of Olnjrton. (Jood house, barn, shed vood well and cisnnil other nne young orchard. I mile from school tern, houte. Owner anxious to sell nndllAan acre will set It. Additional Information on application. No, . WVacre farm, well Improved room dwelling, S tenant houses, S large tobacco barns, 1 large stock barns, Kalrlstnks scales, outbuildings, wells. I spring, fenced and Half mile to two churches half mile to school liouui, on rural rouln and telephone llfie and short distance from two good markets. SO acres In cultivation, An Ideal farm. Adjolnlog land last year sold for fV per acre; this can tie bought for less on the acre. A mimbtr of Improvements In war of orchard, etc. Ifyoiiwaut. n bargain, ask for No. 43. No. 4acre stock farm. In Missis sippi count, lu. has four sets of houses on together with other Improvements. Itf It, acres cleared, rest In timber iftU acres pro tected lijr the new government levee. Own er Is cutting five crops of alfalfa on this place each year, and the cotton and corn now growing will give you an Idea of Its fertility, lUmts readily for I IO an acre I'rlce very reasonable, land, Jfo.Il H botteta catered more to tbe algbt than sn,l Mitt I'lrl taste, and a aalad that looka well la Id great demand. An attractive mode of derson, of the Bettcrtoa tervlng la to hollow the tide of a dill hood, were married u pickle, and Oil with any desired talad, Thursday, by Squire Futrti Cut off only a aaall piece from on alda, and tcoop out tbe teodt aad tome ot tbe pulp. Tbla pulp may bo used later to fill tbem, adding celery or ripe tomatoet. Tako care to tnlect extra large pickles. mmT aft .V Substitute for Meat. Cream and butttr should be eaten freely of by tboie who do not eat a .i if fi i MMM much meat. They furnish fata to the aI lyitcm. Nutt are excellent aa a tub' ttltute for nicit, but should be eaten at mealtime, and art more digestible Ilia ia UIIV ivttjsj-swith salt. 'Jt-ilV- that the, w. For Jailer. r, Buratou If dllip tlre-ruu- rt 10 1 1 cross-fence- Miss Myrtle Tarney and Claude ble in consumption, it S. Whitney, two popular young people, were married last Thursday, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs, couehlne. Hut it ndocs S. Williams, in Fulton, Rev. J. R. II VWllll G.Glenn officiating. Mrs. Whitney's home is In Bardwell, Ky., and Ask your docior arout Mr. Whitney is the son of B II . .a bias. i r a i air.iiwisv ft. Whitney, of Union City. "Sold lor ot t i"T I" Chrysinthemums from $2.50 to SC. 00 per dozen, from the biggest ..irin. floral concern in Louisville.' reprePILlS. sented by Miss Frank ye Reld. H.lll L. P. Ellison made a business trip Ws tuivs o c lost. Louis, Friday. Now watch ior tneir announcement ot new Hasten recovery " "' bowels ronulnr w goods. L4 yers i mil wv r-s- ii iihi i .1 it i 11 vi Now is tlio timo to fill your Inn with GOOD, CLEAN, FRESH city property: choice lots In West lllrkman, facing good residence street. Uits mo Ut IMfeet, Will sell one or all to one person. The price we can make you on this property will surprise you. Are you paying rent; 1 hen, seo us by all means. Information at the Courier office. No. 15 This Is a tmrgalii lot of nice three- room cottages, all located In West II lckmaii At present they are bringing 171 each per annum In rent. There are four of them, on large level lots, Miru f.et. All front on good street, have cisterns, outbulldlng4', etc. Will sell separately or collectively) null or part cush, at a price that will make your swear otT paying rent. Our privilege of sale on this property Is limited, and If Interested, seo ui TODAY. Is n three-rooNo. residence In West Illckmaii. Its for sale and wo rail quoteyoua"saleprlce'oiilt. This I one of the best real estnte propositions In this purt of town. We bad rather show them than tell you about It, Cash, or small pay, luent. tHiri's iliu unless Interested, Kor either a home or Int It Is worth , more inouey thau our price, Il-- Nln f-- te No. Mrs. Henry Hawkins. WINE "Judge" Booe, the bogus claim forger in the Auditor's office, seems ' to have been the worst thief turned iu Kentucky for many a day. Even those who tried to shield him at first are now convinced that he is a crook of the worst typi, who deliberately robbed the state for seven years. He should spend the rest of his days behind the prison bars and Cascade Flour. If you haven't some way should be found to make him disgorge the $20,000 to $50,000 tried it yet you haven't had the best. Call No. 4 C. II. Moore. he has stolen. out Everv farmer should have a friendly feellncr for the merchant and ought to purchase every dollars worth of goods in his home town. There is no need of sendiner vour money away from home. Farmers can nurchase poods of all kinds. farm implements included, at home and save money, All merchants must have trade and why not give him yours. The farmers with few exceptions, will all trade at home if the merchants could properly present their side of the case to them in the way of saving them money. 6F CARDUI WOMAN'S RELIEF "Caraal H writes Mrs. la. "I haa Wail trouble years. I had atefUceacat, wfcka lacrcatea' my taftaitf, tat ac mm tor caaM aafy refers mi at stata. Nav, I aa s swek totter, I barfly kaew wtoa ay saw ItalsM at wtoa It taM." m weaim tor tt C Unas, ol I toll Otto, ." Wo ilaiHllu BON AIR WMI and TRADE WATER H have plenty of Pittsburgh Coal as soon as Ohio river boots can run I At All DrotftflaU. ttatlna-- f and dasorfbln tfiiia to LoM Advisory Dtft., The Ciiattanoon Chattanooga. Tenn. WRITE FOR FRB8 ADVKE, aj two, r4at C. LH I H H aaaaa"sa"aaaM etniit Hickman Ice & Coal Co Plione 3To. 48 mcorporaieu