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Dreasn the Axles no KENTOOKT A BLUE MARK IIHRH ninn thnt your sub. ncrlptlftn hM ifrirril llnew promptly iymi want the pnpr to eom lo you After thlr month LbVb the Team that Pullo the Commtitcial of Your Wagon, Old Man, and ESTABLISHED Hitch Up ol5I JaJ ffttRlN tip ni wr.8Tr.RK tt HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, to Klvo ovldvnco was placod on n log nnd soundly strapped nnd after which process n gun was pointed nt his hvnrt nnd ho was naked If ho hnd for gotton how to ruuT Ilo narrated tho burning of noma $1,C00 worth of prop orty bulonglng to Judge Harris, tit tho capturing of a deputy sheriff nt tho dead hours of the nlglit-.o- f the taking f of writs from them that l'liich had placed In their hands for execution nnd of tho burning of these wrltH In fires thnt tho deputies hail them selvoa been forced to kindle This was nil done before Captain llanklu'H death nnd was nothing more nor less than nu effort to subvort justlco or to wrenoh It from Its legal, accustomed, Hlit-rlf- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1000. WH0Lnvo.a4.i5 IK THE TEAR 1RBO JLDOE JONES' , SPEECH. speeches recontly ,. ,iy one nt Union City, m i' nt Obion. ,. i, mil lo the fact that In pnsslng , ,. JuJt. lil ',,, He guilty. H II. from tti li urn streaming . la n hhiI nnd grlovod j i. nt ml Mr. Hally In ,. ars In the poiilton-(- . (At. wliil III young wife ,. around lil neck nnd u. r pitiful ngony In plor . shrieks, crying nolutl . i,Mm I ennnot Klvo lilm I preordained channels. i. il to the fnot Hint no Ho referred to tho fact ha ou of .rii.y grernl In A mo t. jlfc.k 2000 cages ha had from his l( Hii li a iluty to poo abou iJ Ul court been sent up to tho Supremo and Attorney-genera- l Court but 23 or 23 had beon reversed. I hhIiI. claimed that Tho memboni of tho Supremo Court h i.rii'al arlmos In all wore fallible mortals Just llko other inou nnd Juat ns liable to make mis4,,ti I ly In excuse becaus u mussee hand Com-tai- takes ns other men. There Is he said, that crlnio was ram-- j no Infallible rule, llko working out n ,. ,,, in Obion county, orlm proposition In nlgebrn or geometry, In : i , i .ailow of connection will the law. The Question Is who Is right I ,k lie endorsed the law under the facts. Of the five member to make Hutilfoot of tho Supreme Court, Nell. Ilenlrd, r a'-In rltage. Hut muol MoAlestor, oltll and Shields, Nell wns i. that had mi Incapacitated to overhnul tho night ti done j iituii with Itoolfoot rider nppenls becauso Mrs. Nell wns t.o only pudport and Cnpt. Iluukln's cousin. Governor I'nt t. i nbt rt the power and tenon named Crnft, n young legal lie told of thu rooster dowh In Memphis town, who i urt , 1. r m a do to tnako had novor In all his life conducted n i .:. take her case out suit In chancery or murder caso and u leave who while doubtless cjulto a nlco gen j to make ,f) t iKlit rider captain for i telmnn personally wns nothing but n w Hi. y took her from legnl knot on'n legnl stick. Of tho 4 ! n. r across ft log nnd I old Justices, Ilenlrd nnd Dell were for i ,ikc li cr subservient reversing tho night-ride- r coses, Shield I v. (hire, allied the nnd McAIIster were against reversal i t Ui. state thnt pro-- ' nnd tho young rooster from down In .i d Jackson who up- - Memphis cast Ills ballot wltth Holt 1. i I. EiMiundrel who will and Ilenlrd nnd so It stood 3 for and 2 for not reversal. He ll t i woman? ' 1 C 'u.' attaik reportt'il by said ho believed still Hint he was - ti r. ral Caldwell' wlfo'H right In regard lo tho chief comT i propo j mill, h It wa plaints found with his rulings which attoniey-gouoraHi ho Incldontly mentioned and grouped I 4 j j Hi' l'ftalw), inako hliu under throo bends (1) tho organizaJ.,Jonea osteualbly on tion of the grand Jury (2) tho In. upon "both tho damn-'- - competence of certain Jurom (3) tho to bo taken out number of. cfiAllenofs .llflwyt. J . :: v. lun an luch of tlivlr Juror. Joiii i Ald ho would k,J . As to tho complaint that tho prison.L Jui while thero was a ers had not beon speedily tried, ho ..'. ' in his body. Ho said said there were about 90 felony cases, was fit for his position 30 murder enses, and 76 assault nnd ul J or hl no or arlnfte battery cases, nil pending in his '1 l ' C n cowardly court, not Joint but seporato Indictments. Ho had done nil that human i.:r.'i ' J; :i L haw who on hi energy nnd wilt nnd good Intent could ' 1' da to clear the docket. Ho had held ,h J!. Jones has ""' t. '1 - ,!, , i . 1 A d i hr Csfjrtjbt i yog bf lUn ibffr ft M i 1 nl " I) 1 , , t l, - . jh T j HE First of the Season" in clothes is like the "first" of anything else; if it's good, it's apt to be a source of more than usual satisfac tion because it!s first. . The first man who goes out of this store wearing one of our new suits or one of our fine overcoats for Fall is sure to get a lot of pleasure in it; he will look , 4i mld-nlt;h- better dressed than the men around him; he will have a distinction in style and fashion that is quite unusual. Iff;,,. HpMHIH1 Hart Schaffner offer our trade. & Marx have produced for us some of the most stunning creations we have ever had to The new greys and blues in suit fabrics are exceptionally attractive; self-strip- es many patterns in the weave from plain colors in worsted and serges, to checks, plaids, stripes, and other pattern weaves. You'd Overcoats and raincoats, too, are in many pleasing colors and weaves. better be one of the first in them. Suits 20 to $25 This store is Overcoats 16.50 to $25 the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes MR. wr iy & lire. i nlvlitit eiiL'niriMiieiil wllli I -- 'iliri tolllliHiiu IiiL-- Thiirsilnv. Sunt 1C. Th , . . CJ .. Mil ...111 1... 11. !.. Ida! luu ownfc.iiionai nocioiy piuy iuu hiviw ll Mr . HI..I... Iln.,l,l..n II tll.1l.. i Wil0 jH rilnninL. fnr poiiL'Pt'HH nntl flmlH a rival In tho tur- rtk lUahforth Which ohniactcr U uulctly portrayiitl by Mr. U. J J IttttO KllflU'fi ftu ttm iiu iinn rtf tlwi fnalnat litirunu lit llint In. I,. . w SIH i iinuvi ui lily iiiaivat v njm uu lo,"l'etltlon begins and throughout tho play natur- rtc. . Bc'ne nro Bll0Wi thnt mutes tho audience think they nro f r'"K nud w,l,,eB8'K tho betting poo! when tho odds uro list-V"- "" nnu at a real ruco track, Tte;, ' uo liitermtsslous, but ou tho contrary populur vaudeville liJdJ.. the monotony durlug tho chntigo of stngo sottlugs. vi ,( v (j uiiiiuiiiii-- l'ock Coiiiiuinv" a special torin of court for 3 mouths. Ho had continued court at Dresden, nt Camden, at Tlptoti villo and at Uyorsburg. Ho had held tho regular FRANK DUDLEY terms of thu Oblou county circuit ... . .. to tno patrons oi tno i,yrie ineuiru inui. mu court in Juuunry, in Muy nnd was lli mi. n ii I ,.... .1 points. He Bald there were but two ways In which one charged with n capital crime could get out on bond and none of these wuys had been complied with. He sulil that duty was to hliu the Hweetest word In the Kug-Ibholding thu Septemlanguage, that It tho folks In now eugnged in county could uleep these hot ber term. When ho did get to work ut his DroBdeu, Tlptonvllle, Camden nights with windows up, doors lijnr und Dyorslmrg courts ho and (lonunil or out In tho yard or up In the hayCaldwell hnd to work almost day loft or any where else that fancy nilgh and night to the grent Injury to their choose or whim dictate nnd all in li Ob-Io- n Smith two-third- s Sl I - i -- K up with the work. Ah to the mutter of ball or bond with which ku much fault had been of found ho said probably wera out on bond tho nlght-rldewhllo 24 or 25 are In jail at dlffereut respective healths in order to catch sweet nnd uiipurturbed'sureulty, part at least of tho oredltt ought to go to him and (louorul Caldwell. He told of (lenerul Lee's duvotlon to duty when ho, though n chjld of West l'olnt, wont back on thu federal government and clung to Virginia, even though Ooiienil Scott promised to make him eoiniuaiider-In-chlu- f of tho federal armies. Even so did duty appeal to hliu. He nsHiired his hearers that ho would never basely desert his post, the elevation of tho uiujebty and dignity of the law. Ills aim was to limit said of lilm what Napoleon hud a comrade to call out after of a certain humble private who hud been ever true nnd faithful to bin duties "Dead, but dead on the fluid of honor." Ho said he hnd rathor carry Oblou county than to carry any other two counties In tho Judicial circuit, that It the citizens of Oblou county voted for him they voted peuce, law and order, that U they did not sus Amber g NewB-llauner- tain lilm, It would go abroad all over tho land that Obion county had voted to suHtulu murder, lawlessness, anarchy nnd the dissolution of Justice and of tho courts. Tho Judge closed with a burst of eloquence fa which ho urged his hearers to do as old llowlo did down ut tho Alamo where Santa Ana and his bloody and ferocious troops encompassed like u. cloud the doom und beleugueied fortress. The officer In command drew u Hue und asked everybody that was willing to die for Texas und, for liberty, to step across tho line. Thu wounded llowlo could not step across, but ho cried with u loud voice "My God, men, pick tuu up uud carry mo; . aeaross." Troy THE HICKMAN W. r COURIER Csrsrs W stsrn Kentucky Llks ths Dw" O. Peary Begins Story of Trip to North Pole Claims Everything in ArcHe Has tic Region-Sa- ys Nailed Flag to the Pole. Discredits Dr. Cook. 1900, by the New York Times Coiupniiy.l lint tie Hnrhor, Labrador, tla Wireless, Cp Kay, N. Yf it may bo impoi-hi- e to get my full story through in tlma for Wednesdays iinic, partly ns a prelude, which may stimulate- Interest and pnrtlv to forestall poible leaks, I am fending you n brief summary of my tovage to the North' I'ole, which is to be printed exactly ns written. Summary of North Pole Expedition ot Peary Arctic Club: Tho steamer Hoosevclt left New York on July 0, 1008 j left Sydney on July 17; arrited at Cape York, Greenland, August 1; left Ktah, Greenland, August 8; arrived Cape Sheridan, nt Grant Iand, September 1; wintered at' Cape Sheridan. The sledge expedition loft the Hooe-te- lt February 15, 1U09, and started for the north. Armed at Cape Columbia, March 1; passed llritili record March 2; delayed by open water Msrcli 3 and 3; held up by open water March 4 to 11; crossed the 84th parallel March 11. We encountered open lead March 15 eroved SSth parallel March 18 crossed h of doubt, he announced that he will n ship to (Irrcilland and bring to America his Hskimo cump.inlnii. Then,' with their testimony and his data, he declares that he will stand ready to fac all detractors. In the meantime, Peary continues his journey homeward on tlie I'oeactclt. Reflects on Dr. Cook. Peary's statement rollcctlng on Dr. Cook's arblcteiiicnt came first to the Associated Press early Wednesday morning, dated Indian Harbor, latbrador, the 'point through which he first reported his success by wireless, it had evidently been delayed in transmission, and read as follow s: "I bate nailed the Stars nnd Stripes to tho North Pole. This is authoritative ami correct. Cook's story should not W taken too seriously. Two Eskimos who accompanied him say he went no distance north nnd not out of sight nf land. Other member of tlie tribe corroborate their story." .Dr. Cook on Defensive. While Peary's assertion is of a nature isitiou one of that makes Dr. Cook's defense, the llrooklyn explorer yet has siippportcrs both at home nnd abroad, Many of the continental scientists are marking time gliding deelopmeuis, while thine who time formed no decided opinions in this uountry have assumed a similar stand. Prof. William II. Hrewer, of Yale, honorary president for life of the Arctic Club of America, of which both Peary and Cook are memliers, telegraphed to New York as follow si "I lielieve that Iwth Cook and Peary have reached the pole." Dr. Thomas lXdrlrk, of Washington, N. J., who was surgeon of the Peary promptly came expedition of ot the support of Dr. Conk, lis Midi "The charge (referring to Peary's statement of Tuesday) may lessen Dr, Cook's standing in popular estimation until his defense ran bo heard, but the scientific world will be affected only by Dr. Cook will scientific discrepancies. undoubtedly lime scientific records and observations w ilium t Kskimo proof. , "If Kskimo testimony Is needed, there are enough admin rs of fair play In the world to semi a party of Interpreters to the tribe." Dr. Dedrick's Views. Analyzing the Kukimo's character, Dr. Dedrick is inclined to think him unreliable, "with a temperament which would lead him to agree for suavity's sale and because of immediate benefit with a man on the spot hating a ship loaded with what is most dear to an Kkimo hear,!.", .This would be especially true, argues1 Dr. Dedrick, 'if his former benefactor had departed liomeward as Cook did, in a sled, with no halo of ship's prestige.'' In conclusion, Dr. Dedrick said: "Suppose Cook next year went up and distributed presents, as ships do, ami asked if his rival hud got out of right of land, and they answered 'No,' what niat- ter would it make to the public? dls-tte- NO DIDDERS APPEARED, "STATE HAPPENINGS News of General Interest in a First Attempt to Obta'n Judgment Against Night Riders Meets With Poor Success. SICKHEADACHE BPEER and 3. 0. SEXTON', Editon and Proprietors. CASH l.f ADVAUCB. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Entered at tha TUckman, Kentucky, poatoHlcs aa second-clses mall natter. GIRL'S CORPSE IN SACK POLICE SEAROir FOR THOSE GUILTY OF THE CRIME. May Have Been Strangled Before Body Wm DismemberedOne Portion of Body Missing" Detroit, Mich. Shrunken by several days immersion in the waters of hcorse creek, tlie dlsrhcrnbefcd body of JIloi Maybclle Millmnn, 27 yenrs old, of Ami Arbor, Mich., He in the county morgue, a 1'itinlilo exhibit of htinuih brutjlity. The state has charitably drawn a shroud over the wasted human fragments so that curious spectators do not sen that a portion of the trunk of tho unfor tunate girl is missing. While determined men are drnggini; Kcorse creek night and day in tho hope of discovering tlie remaining ortion of the girl's liody, tlie sheriff office of Wayne and Washtenaw counties nnd the police of Aim Arbor and Detroit are uniting In n desperate endeavor to noire the mystery of Mis Millman's murder. The county physician is inclined to think the girl, who was 27 years old, was strangled to death before her arms, legs and head were cut off, the condition of tho tongue and eyes ind'euting itrangulation. The head and limbs were found sewed in the same kind of a burlap bag ns the one containing the trunk The sack was lying under the bridge about ten yeards up the stream from the place where tho first bag was found, evidence almost disputable that the body was thrown from the bridge. A (Copyright, 1 aSatssVT gSMSSSB-",- ISjTHm Scil -- ,( 189S-1U0- NERVOUS ENGLISH LORD NorthclifTe Says Germany ing for Big Fight. It Prepar- Lord XorthcIifTe, Winnipeg, Man. owner of the London Mail, in an inter view here, predicted war between Germany and Great Britain. He said in tho Krupp works clone 100,000 men are working night and day and on Sundays preparing for war. Lord NortlicIiUe said: "I will make the suggestion with all respect to the Canadians who are invest ing their money and labor in constructing railroads and building grain elevators, that they keep an eye on European affairs and begin to figure out why it is all the ship building yards in Germany are busy constructingjapid cruisers and first class battleships and why it is that Krupp works have increased their hands to over 100,000 men, nearly tho population of Winnipeg."' HE RACES WITH DEATH. Stricken With Paralysis, Wharton Hurries to Texas Home. Colorado Springs, Colo. Air expensively equipped race ngainst death was begun yesterday by A. II. Wharton, a Texas millionaire. Boarding a special car on the Colorado. & Southern nt 2:40 o'clock, ho left for tlie Texas line, an hopes to reach Fort Worth before paralysis claims him as a victim. Wharton was stricken a week ago His entire right side is paralyzed, but his physicians who have attended him believe that the altitude will work a quick recovery. Tom Waggoner, father-in-laof Wharton, is the richest man in Texas, and it was he who engaged the private car at an expense, It is said, of over $2,000. STOLE U. S. COAL LAND. BobU E. Peary. parallel "March 23 j encountered open lead March 23 j passed Norwegian record March 23; passed Italian record March 24; encountered open lend March1 26; crossed 87th parallel March 27; passed American record March 29; en countered open lead March 28; held up by open water March 29; crossed SStli parallel April 2; crossed fcQth parallel April 4; North Po(c. April C. All returning, left North Pole April 7; reached Cape Columbia April 23; arrived on Hoard Kooevelt April 27. Tlie Roosevelt left Capo Sheridan July 18; passed Capo Sabine August 8. Left Cupe York August 20; arrived at Indian Harbor with all members of expedition returning in good health, except Trof. Koss O. Marvin, unfortunatemiles ly drowned April 6, when forty-fivnorth of Cape Columbia, returning from 86 degrees, north latitude, in command of the supporting party. KOHT. E. PEAIIY. 6filh e BOUND FOR NORTH SYDNEY. Charge Made Against Four Men Now Under Arrest. New York. George W. Dolly, Rufus Ireland, Wilberforce Sully and Frank T. Wells were arrested here by United States Marshal Henkel, charged with conspiracy in defrauding the government out of 1,7 CO acres of coal lands in Lander, Wyo. The prisoners were arraigned before United States Commissioner and all gave $3,000 ball for examination. Wilberforco Sully Is a lawyer and Is and n director in the American Malt Corporation, which has a capital of $30,000,000, and la ulso chairman of the board of directors of the American Malting Company, with a capital of Gil-risc- Don't Worry About Cook. New York. Tho text of Commander Peary's message to hi wife was made public hero Wednesday, ns follows! "Delayed by gale. Don't worry nliout Cook. Esquimaux say Cook never left sight of land. Tribe confirms. Meet HEltT." roe at Sydney. Straight Shot at London. The Iteuter Cook. Teh-gra- Com- Destitution Widespread. Washington. Great destitution and suffering continues among the Hood victims at Monterey, Mexico, and the ad jacent country, and prompt help is greatly needed. In a telegram to tlie state dated Sept. 0, from l'hillp C. Ilanna, the United States consul at Monterey, he says that nearly 1,000 hate been clothed from tho supplies at the American consulate, but that tho demand constantly Increases, Several carloads of goods have reached him from the United - J States. Drown Negro in Creek. jeclal to the las. A Shreveport, Times from Huyville, Lu., saysi News reached hero Tuesday that Henry Hill, a negro who attempted to criminally assault a young lady near Mung-haIn Franklin parish, was raptured by Infuriated citizens and drowned in the creek near tho scene of his attempted crime he following cablepany has received gram from Commander Peary, dated Indian Harbor, Ijtbrador: "Cook's statement should not be taken Tho lviquinios who actoo seriously. companied, him say he went no distance north and not out of sight of land. Other men of the tribe corroborate their statement." . Lie Hurled in Controversy. The lio was hurled Weduesday concerning the divot ery of the North Pole, and tliu foundation laid for a controversy unparalleled In history. 1 tuber t K. Pearv is niakini: un certain progress southwurd oil the coast )l I.abrudor in his snip Kooscvcll, out there came from him, sent Tuesday and received Wednesday, a message, as diiect as his homewurd journey has been slow, it challenges the veracity of Dr. Frederick A. Cook, of Brooklyn, and further complicates a situation which the whole lu eirect, Peary world is discussing, discredits Cook's claims, with the intimation that ho (lVary), and ho ulone, planted the Amerlcun llag at the North Pole on April 0, 1009, and that Dr. Cook, whq averts that he unfurled the llag at tho pole ou April 21, 1008, must his claims, At Copenhagen Cook, shown his rival's statement, stood by hi guns, declined to enter into a debate and calmly asserted that his words would sustain Mm, To prove his right of discovery before the entire world, beyond a shadow T Steamship Roosevelt Rushing for Cable Station. Red Hay, Iaibrndor, via Quebec, Commander Itobert K. Peary, homewurd bound on the steamship Roosevelt, arrived at Hattle Harbor, lint above tho opening of tho Strait of Hello Isle, and approximately sixty-fi- t e miles above this point. As the telegraph station at Chateau miles northeast of here, Hay, thirty-fivis closed, the Roosevelt's next stop likely will be here, although it was at first Intended that she stop at the former place. At one time Wednesday the Koosetrlt was reported at Hlanc Sablon, southwest of here, and 100 miles from Hattle Harbor, but tho latest ad ices tonight merely chronicled her arrival at Hattle Harbor, with her exact Itinerary thereafter In doubt. Coal is direly needed on hoard, and it is reported thut part of the vessel's woodwork has been used as fuel. News from Hattle Harbor is most meager, but adticc from there said that tnc Hoosetelt was sighted at that port at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning, Her speed is uncertain, but she is exiiected to stop here or go on to Hlanc Sublon, whence, after a short call, she wilt proceed on her way to North Sydney, apo Hreton, ubout 475 miles to the southwest. Peary's e PRESIDENT Tells Peary GETS MESSA to He Don't Know What Do With Pole. Heverly, Mass. Commander Peary Wednesday delivered the North Pole to President Tuft, who replied, congratulating the explorer, but declaring lie did not know exactly what he would do with the pole, 'Die incsiuiges follow: "Indian Harbor, tiu Cupe Hay. Wm. 11. Toft, President of the I'nited States, Washington, I), C.t Hue honor place North Pole your disposal. "(Signed.) "H. K. PKAHY, V. S. Navy." "Heverly, Muss. Commander It, K. Peury, V. S. N., Indian Harbor, tia Capo Hay, N. F.i Thanks for jour interesting and generous offer. I Jo not know exactly what I rould do with it. I you sincerely ou hating, ufter the greatest effort, uchloved the object of your trip, ami I klneorely hope that your observations will contribute substantially to scientific klum ledge. ou have udded lustre to the name American.' "iPigncd) WM. H. TAIX" Paducnh, Ky The first at!cmp' o against Kentucky collect Judgment night riders was ntsde rather uiisu ressfully by n deputy 1'nlted B'n'.'s marshal nt Hettton, Marshall roitiur. CORRESPONDENTS. No bidders appeared for the land of BY SPECIAL U kr ;ViM Alfred l'l)uilet, offered tn sa'lsfy a portion of a $25,000 Jugmcnt cbtalned PILL. SMALL Coal Co. to Expend In the federal court by Nat F'lixell, n Consolidation negro, nnd FrlKell'a attorney bid In $2,000,000 In Development of 35,000 ""fno Mutt BeiT the land for $t00. Chvidet was CARTERS Acres of Coal Land Town of 4,000 mulcted, with other members of a or 5,000 Will nesult. band of men near IllimliiRlinm, Ky,, PIUS. w hom Frluell hna sitod as night rldnrs. HEFUSE SUBSTITUTE!, Palnttvllle, Ky. Tho Consolidation Hints had been general throughout ijio neighborhood that a purnchsnr would Cos I Co. during the past lias secured, by purchase nnd lease, find tho location unpleasant. sf..oflO acres of coal land, on which It has already started tho expenditure POOL WILL DC A FAILURE of '2.000.000 In development nnd accessory work. Statu Senator M. 0 Unless 70 Per Cent of Tobacco Gruw after taking sals rr . ers Sign Pledge by Oct. I. Watson, of Ixiulsn, Ky., has secured waters-d- id ). uevcr r flt Ky. Hlehniond. weary nil owe ft c Senator W. O. the contract of building a standard of your hands awca- - B 'i t railroad ton miles In length from Mil- Uradley, of l.oulsvllle. and Clarence. taste In your mi j"i r t ,, ler's Creek Junction on tho lllg Sandy I.ebus, pf Lexington, president of the only movo bysncati 'is branch of tho Chesapeake & Ohio rail Society of Itqulty, delivered at1drfici -- Bo a lot of hurt rn t ,( ! road to tho minus, and also for tho In the courthouse heru In btshrlf of tho Ilhr and see how n, ,- , ! hrhUo across the Hlg Sandy rlvor. A tobacco pool. Iloth speaker pleaded Job Is dono- 7 j. -- f you feel. number pf other contracts haru nlai for the assistance of this co'tntv, Mr. been let nnd the shipping of coal will Ubua snjlng: "If nil other counties start during tho coming winter. Four In the stato pledged 90 per cent and Uitot14. Mills Usi", hundred houses are being built by one Madison doesn't show up, the pool will firm of contractors, and within one be a failure." They further told If at SPOILED. tear lite new town of "Van I.oar" wilt least 70 por cent of the growers In tho have n imputation, it Is expected, of state did not pledge by October 1. tho front 1.000 to G.000 people. All of tho koI could not be formed. Stcretsry houses are being wired for olectrlclty J. I). Clark, of Islington also msd a thla and piped for water nnd sowornge. few remarks, nnd wilt canvas Waterworks are under way, nnd light county for pledges. will be supplied to the houoe and nil buildings, as tt'etl as to the in I nix. CHALLENGED TO DEDATE from one Immense power plant The s Republican Mayor of Louisville by town Is named for Van Ixar Hlack, th W. O. Head, the Democratic Haltlmore banker, who Is largely In torested In tho Consolidation Coal Co. Nominee. It wilt bo situated on S.000 arres of I)ulvllle. Ky W. O. I lend, demoIJIggs-Wa- lter r i c Jt laud owned by the company, one mile cratic enndidato for mayor, expleded from Miller's Creek Junction and four a bomb In the camp of Iulstille re- tough to cut Take It l i Walter Sorry, s!r, t.t I cut. miles from PalnUvllle. Mlnert will publicans when he forwnrvd an to Mayor Jnmes K. you've bent It lie brought to It from the mines now communication operated by the Consolidation Crlnstead, challenging hint to meet Vainly Seek Health n Scthmnt Coal Co. In Wnst Virginia. Marylmd him In Jqlnt debate Mr. Head rcciKM According to n sta i Ns. Klectrldty will be the fact that It Is due the people to tlonal Association fi r a and Pennsylvania. r t:4 used to the fullest iittsnt. and It will know what thoy are voting for, and Prevention of Tub- rc 'os . j Notwith- why, and sate that th be nil "machine mining." tsvsutss r. ay persons bopeles-l- r c ji standing this ovor 1,000 men wilt be be presented more furcibly to at II tuberculosis annual.; :' o' It employed In various ca pad tics wnon Joint debates are held. tbo states of Cab'' ri, 1 i the property Is fully developed. Mexico, Texas and ( ' ' c! t!, ?t them by order ot - 'T.t LADOR DAY IN LOUISVILLE. statement, whlh is t J til Pick-Up- s testimony of wellkncan c. - t itl . j e" zi Dig Meetlnc Is Addressed by Secretary all vallablo stai-it Morrison, of American Federapit I)iilTillc, Ky Ily n decision of least to per cent c' I ': tion of Labor. Judge Klrby Col. Dennett II Young tho southwest evcrr JoinIulsvllK Ky All recovered JSI.03C from the Dig Muddy health sro so far ad.-- -. '. 3 a fCr 's : l No Itlver Consolidated Coat Co. It Is said disease that they cut ed In celebration of Itbor day. euro in any climate .r.: parade of any kind was held, tho prin- the amount Is due on a loan. More tVan st kirt oumstancea. cipal event being n large meeting hold 1 cum CO per cent, of these by tho Trades nnd !.abor Assembly at Ky George B. Moody. Iulsvllle, poor that thcr fcsvf t ' Phoenix Hill Park, where Frank i SI, for years a prominent buslnsws nre so means to protijc fir f"?r Morrison, secretary of the American man of this city, and treasurer nf tho necessaries of life, wt ' r. vji till Federation of tabor, was the principal I.umbor Co., died of 4,315 consumptives are speaker. He said In part: "Tho most Infirmities superinduced 'ay old ago. to death or forced to a ,1 i: Jt!s determined odort will bo mnde by the every year Federation to secure' an amendment Frankfort, Ky. Hetween lfl.Oo.1 and relief t law that ll.OOo people, attended the Capital fair to the Sherman Adjustable, will enable the supreme court ot tho and horse show, the number being - I ii'lJ. Aunt Anne, an old United Slates, or any oourt. to place larger than has attended any fair and was sitting with knees cr. : Is lis the narrow construction upon It In- horse show, except Lexington, In Cen- kitchen, when the yL 'a-i-t "fd i1stead of the broad construction of the tral Kentucky. tbo house entered snJ . . Ir. now conbatters' laiewe case. It .lUtt, the huseness of tk 'J th-sidered by al who havo Kindled IxiulsvUle, Ky. l.uclon J. Irwin, for asked what siic si oc r" t; proposition without bias that the train-er- two years superintendent of the laiuis-till"Well, honey, Li;' J A ' Ass. ' 'u law nevof the Sherman antl-'rHenderson & S'. ImuU and for -- I kin wear cigU I r. er Intended thnt It should be nppllwl ten years n prominent railroad man, nines; but deso r 1 : i ' .3 w to labor unions. The American Fed- was elected president of that road to twelves, an' de g od lacJ lr eration proposes to continue to fight succeed Attllla Cox, dncoased. hu'ts met" KtirjboJTB i! for tho enactment of sueli legislation SCNSC ADOUT F000 ns will prevent Judge from Issuing InlAtxIngton, Ky. Tho eduonllonal junctions noon tho behest of corjmra committee of the Commercial club at Facts About Food Worth Kno!r tlons for tho .purioso of Inllmldatlns; a meeting Indorsed the proposition ot 't It Is n serious qucst.an the members of organ lied tabor In tho I.oulvlllo physicians, bended by Drs. W cane of a strike. The Federation will Coomes nnd Wllmot, for the establish- know Just what to cat bca cost continue Its effort Jo secure nn amend- ment of a medics) school at State uni- son's stomach Is out cf order and law no that it versity. foods cause trouble ment to tho eight-hou- r ssy Grape-Nut- s food can be taten st will apply to contractors and certain'y Ct It as was originally Intended Lexington, Ky Owen Ijiur.filln, In tlmo with tho dK when the law was (Irst enacted." charge of two car load of thorough, dlcesL Actual cipcr.t-r.:anyone ln'.crc:'tl bred yearlings, arrived here from Now valunblo to weean r. A Tcrro Haute SOLD EXAMINATION QUESTIONS York. They went through tbo sales with IndlrsUea at Sheepahead Hay and were sent back had suffered ever since an s'tsc V' Is Charge Brought by State Depart to tho blue grass by their purchasers four years, and at t3wn V phold fovcr, ment of Education Against to be nut In shape for In caking and nothing but tho very lUVnt a Negro. training. and then suffer siifh R7 Frankfort. Ky. Kdwnrd Klrtley, a stomach I would Lh I nercrtidW negro, was brought horo from Chlcigo Frankfort, Ky. The republicans In cat nnythlng. viCj to answer a charge preferred by the mass convention here nominated W. "I was urged to try 0rr State Department of Education, of Mul- Prcwctt Graham, aged 1'S, for mayor, stneo using It I do not ba O ling examination questions to toaehers A full council ticket was nominated. t:n t myself anymore, of that race. In his arrest Supt. Crab-b- Tho city administration was de- any 4 time and feci ncur sh believes ho has unearthed n big nounced. cf the Tho Inactivity of the tied, dyspepsia Is n thing scheme, with many Implicated, to deal In arresting tho lynchers of the and I nm now strons nsd In these questions. Klrtley, who taught negro, John Mnxoy, was condemned. "My husband olro bad fcchool In Kentucky for several yearn t He wu with Grnpo-Nutand attended the Stato .Normal School Louisville, Ky. Stocknolderii of tho and sickly In tho H'rloB i here between times, Is charged with First National bank met nnd rail lied to bis work lis operating In innny counties. A woman the plan of transfer .pf control to tho nttond tbo doctor's enro but inc. J named Gee, of Iopklnsvlllo, his sweet-boar- Kentucky Title Savings Hank nnd .ccrn to do him any Rood ma do tho affidavit upon which Trust Co. Tho capital or tho bunk Is to leavo off ord.rrry ' Ban T he was arrested. C. ('. .Monroe, of tn be $fe()0.C0Q and tho surplus $200,-00- Grape-Nuts- , it wu fc ' a negro. Is being hold at Klkton The sum of $&00,0o0 was pal l ing to see the cbanr la ' on n similar charge, preferred by two Into the First Nntlonnl by tho Ken- better right off, and na eU " negro teachers. Klrtloy's mall was tucky Title. nono but words of very heavy during tho tlmo ho was at the state school hero. Hllzabethtown, Ky. Thu countlc ot N"oUr boy think, be llindln. Hart, Green, Meade, Hreiklti-thlg- menl without Orif .y t& LouUvlllo, Ky. Overcome with grief Metcalf, H.irrcn and Luruo form learns,' so fast at Kh cc- -c over tho sudden death of his mothur, the district embraced by the union of cr nnd other scholars ;j rf Douglas Robinson, f2, it member u( tobacco growers by the American So- I nm sntlsflcd that It I -BJ tho lire Insurance II rm of Robinson ciety of Kqulty, formed bore In pool tho great nourishing Wilson, died bore. Tho the crop of 1009 under the Kqul.y Grapo-Nuts.Hros. Robinson family Is prominently known pledge as opposed to ihe Hurley lA "Thero's a Hcason te throughout pledge. It contains tho I'bw-taJ from wheat nnd barter Madlsonvlllo, Ky. Tho Republicans Carlisle, Ky. Hetween 80 nnd fid of the Sixth Senatorial district, com- head of sheep are said to have boon prising Hopkins and Christian coun- killed lu Nicholas county by dogs. One S ties, nominated K. II, Long, of IIoh fanner Is said to have lost 20 from ! klnivllle, os tho party nomlneo against one flock and another about u dozen. what to K'.3' f50d ' It. S. Stlmon, of this county, Demo About 75 dogs have been poisoned In many mothers , pc cratlc nomlneo. sters almost any k nJ and around this city recently, clcK when they become i Sholbyvlllo, Ky. At n business Maysvllle. Ky. Papers were served tho medlclDQ down tf Bel meeting of the moioberg of tho Hap-H- upon Gus A. Hrooks, secretary of tho way Is to stick to rr church, which wan destroyed In Hurley Tobacco 8otioty, whllo In this be lualthy and get expense k Ihe big fire here rc tntly, It was vote I liiy. by Deputy United States l to raise $30,000 to erect u new build- Orr, ou a petition filed by Clark A ing Dr Halley, tho paster undertook Scot ni'aliiBt bliu und o'her oil' ecu cue aeimlue, I'"'" s full true, re sbo work cf securing tho subscriptions. of the fcocleiy, (tcrrst. rwrntito pills. OA DVrn'nl,',"itUfivrn..J, Summarized Form, fcr.UJ: DKFg mil Sticky Sweating raims T- - -. r. j .lcll r : j . Kentucky r; ' i- -t Moody-Mitche- ll -- sti anil-trus- f- - -- s a e, r - " J " lzf - t o r -- ot!l-clal- s - t, e 1 1 e- " C7rap.ty.,tPS;f-- ', " T it Mar-ilis- .s.;r Doings ear the i PRESIDENT TAFT STARTS ON HIS TOUR OF WEST AND SOUTH Thirteen Thousand ip Farmers and Merchants Bonk Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. Mile Journey Begun He pine Structure for Roosevelt Trophies iiiu m; hi in uuio uiiuui inni nu ino Ill ill grent mugouins of tlio world will bo i Will Meet President Diaz Border-Tr- at the Mexican ....ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.... That we offer to depositors. Other Inducements are of iccondary importance. illWIIMIMII to Take Tvo Months h "r antiquity. Ju,t wl" 00 n l t !r.cclve tho competed hides valimblo i. r' r. xrrGR, tho elephant, tho I i" ami (ho olliur Iiuko tlio c'' ' , l. ih foil beforeparty. As f ,ii if,o ltoovclt rapidly tt( t : ' l!.rsr anlmala aro C, . tinn It l expected that ; !! form tho nucleus of .i I si will ueciiuio uio mmi the mot Important In , ,"r frican hunting xpdltlon rx Prraldotit Hoosovclt aro J::; r.r. rr.l to poaterltr In Ibo -- .l niont omnlo exposition be otU hai known, which of tho wonderful mil- 3 an t I ni maintained by tlio 3e Vltr'if .. !t fj'j ie i i r ! -- J-- 1 tif ' - cf i i j Li, p f. n any mipucaios in wiq pelta sent homo by nml tin laci win en- ultts of tho - f,,r whom tlio build- ted in tins city uy . r. ,ro ninny valuable. e t v. re not found by the i lie law portnus mo tutlon to tnaKu , si 9 It may not possess t nnxlou to securo at least onn of tbu lloosovnlt trophlos, Thc-nnvnuiscum bulldlnB Is entirely of granite, with floor apace approximately nlno and acres. IU cW was slightly mora limn fS.KOO.OOO, nnd It la bring put In order fop tho reception of the v Hons objects tht haro been collected, chief among which nre lent by tho cx pronldent. Ho far tho arrangement of the vs. rloua apcclmtns baa not been determined upon by the curator of tho museum. It Is likely, however, that tho cntlrt first floor will bo tho futurn home of the pelts sent to America by tho lloosorelt party. It has boon deemed best to tan tho aklns sent from Africa ns tho most perfect way of preserving them for nil time. Aa soon its thoy hnvc bean takon from tho cnakn and denned of tho brine this task will bo undertaken by aomo ono who tins not yet been chosen. The work may be donu under the Immediate supervision of tho Smith sonlan ofllclnls In the intueiim here, or It may bo turned over to aomo In view of tho Importnnco attached to tho proper preservation of tho trophies, which In years to come wilt bo almost Invaluable, this question Is now being considered by the officials. Tho splendid show easea to bo erected In tho museum will permit tho specimens to bo displayed In tho moHt effective manner. one-hal- f toe tnn-no- Learn Cause of Laziness in the South extermination from tho southland has becomo painfully manifest, To get rid of the pnrnslto tho must needs deprlvo himself of any arid all substances containing even the slightest percentage of nlco-ho- l. This, of course, includes tho "red liquor" ao dear to tho pnlato of tho victim. What tho doctor fears Is a dialogue something like this when tba government physician goes forth In tho south to exterminate tho worm and comes up with tho first victim: Doctor In order to effect n euro you must abstain from liquor. Victim Abstain! Do you moan it, sah? Doctor Yes, can't cure If you don't abstain. Victim How long did you say It will take, sah? Doctor Four days, Saturday sod Sunday nnd G' . r Ni J wl t T p. . " : .i r rxperts at liui nave there aro bo many the southern stntes. xjiiltod predilection of i for fishing and t.'-i-c pastliuos is not the 4 ' r :..r.rjs rur uioie tilings c: 1 . in t lenient of real work Tliey are simply com-f- t ixi r -i i( nnd a little parasite J 'i l liztz ' r .eminent medical science u (', L k worm' Is tho motive " ' u' t 'bcrm-- r land, the party leaving there at p, m, Sunday, October 3, for a trip down the famous Hhnstn route, through the 8lskllyou mountains and In view of Mount Shasta, to San Francisco, The president will stop the evening of October 4 nt Sacramento, reaching Oakland, Cal., early on the morning of October G. He will spend four or five hours In and around Oakland and Derkcley before taking tho ferry at IS 30 o'clock for San Francisco. After spending the nftcrnoon and evening of the fifth In San Francisco the president will leave onrly tho morning of tho sixth for the Yosemltu vnlley. Tho president will spend Monday and Tuesday, October 11 and 12, In Iis Angeles visiting his sister. Will Meet President Diaz. He will arrive at tho drnnd canyon the morning of October 14 and will leave again that night for Albuquerque, N. M., where he will spend the evening of the fifteenth, reaching EI Paso early tho following morning for the meeting with President Diaz of Mexico. President Diaz will arrive from Mexico City at Cludad Juarez about the same time and he will then cross tho frontier and meet President Tnft nt Kl Paso. An hour Inter tho president of tho I'nlted States will return tho visit to President Diaz nt Cludad Juarez on tho Mexican side. Tho authorities of tho latter city have appropriated $20,000 for decorations and a bull fight. Arlvlng nt Corpus Christ! tho evening of October 18, tho president will go at onco to his brother's ranch, 20. Five hours will bo spent In tho Iowa where he will spend Tuesday, Wednescapital, where Mr. Tnft will rovlow day, Thursday and Frldny. Charles I. 5,000 troops of thn regular army and Toft has bad golf links built on the mako a speech, and then tho president ranch. Trip Down Mississippi River. moves on to Omaha, whoro ho will Visiting Houston tho forenoon of spend the Into afternoon and evening1. Denver will !x? reached the nfter-noo- n Saturday, October 23, the president will proceed to Dallas that afternoon of September 21. und tho president will go almost direct from his to spend Saturday evening and all train to the state capltol for a recep- Sunday. Ho will reach St. Louis at 7:27 a.m. tion to be tendered by stato officials, by tho chamber of cqmmerco and civ- tho morning of Monday, October 25, ic organizations. At 9 p. m. tho prcsl and will leave at i p. m. on the steam Uevcrly, Mass., SepL 1C President William II Tnft stepped Into n motor car, waved a cheerful good-hand started for Iloston, whore this evening ho boards a private car and begins a tour of tho west and south that will Im thn moit icmnrkablo trip ovor taken by a president of tho I'nlted Stntes. Tho routo of nbout 0 miles has been carefully mapped out, and every arrangement Is perfected. Thn fact that today Is Mr. Taffs birthday anniversary was tnken as happy augury for the success of tho long Journey. 8hortly before noon tho president will nrrlvo In Chicago ami be tho guest of the Commercial club at luncheon. Next, the Hamilton club takes him In chargo and wilt escort him, with a bodyguard of 1,000 members, to tho West nldo ball park, to witness a game between Chicago and New York. After thot will como a dinner at tho Congress hotel, nml then a mooting In Orchcutra ball, whero Mr. Taft will mnko a speech. To wind up the day, tho president will put In his appearauco at a reception nnd ball given by tho Chicago bankers in tbo Auditorium. In Wisconsin and Minnesota. Leaving Chicago at 3 a. m. Friday morning, the presidential party will stop at Milwaukee, Madison and Portage, and will spend tbo night nt Winona, Minn., nnd will reach Minneapolis tarly on the morning of Saturday, September 18. Ho will spend nil Saturday and Sunday In Minneapolis and St. Paul, leaving Sunday night nt eight o'clock In order to roach Dos Moines on tho morning of September y 13,-00fifty-secon- d Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronise. H. BUCHANAN, President. J. M. A. TH0nP50Nf Cathlar. Dr. J. M. Hubbard. n. Buchanan, J. J. T. A. Ledford, DIRECTORS O. D. G. Dondursnt, R. Iil.r, Thr.lk.ld, I. W. 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I l : jgat'ons of tho habits of c fertng n period of stile, has found that itn 3 ! t" i 3 r l.qnor that Is to say, ' 1 exist In tho -' stomnch of JJ li a total nbatiilnpr Thn '(" 'y !n tho way of Its total toology. ;-- i: He ' vc I krs It In summing up his Investigations Stiles holds out ono hope. Ho In tlmates that "rent good red liquor" Is not as sustaining to the parasite ns Is tho cheaper grade, for ho says that It thrives most among the poorer classes who drink tho latter kind, which probably Is Imported from the north. Dr. Stiles' report on his Investigation has been printed In tho bulletin ol tho United States bureau of Dr. : KENTUCKY Davidson & Stubbs Meet Your Friends -a- t-: i NUMBERS iOYY Lauderdale's Marine Corps and Navy Again at Odds SJOPPJN.Q PLACES tlon discreditable to tbo servlco nnd argues strongly ngalnst the practice of commissioning nnd putting Into portions of responsibility young men without previous trnlnlng." Marine officers say that Commander Hood went entirely outuldo tho precept under which tho court operated when ho wroto the above, and that it 1 ranainK row between tho was merely n gratuitous affront to the T1 t h.o. ... -lumiiw rurps nan marl no corps. Z' tlFn l am n hunl ..9 ii.. iu "It Is the old fight between the two ' f " f .rt fif Inntilfs.- - In is.. lit mu oui- - branches of tho servlcd," said n mavvihiii ii( ten ii rine ofllccr. "Tlio matter will bo put a c the marine corps Is not lin- - up to Secretary Meyer when he returns to Wnshlngton, and It Is by no . .. .. ln .r un-mo minority means unlikely that ha will rovoko Asl0!:' nmnder John Hood, U. sistant Secretary Wlnthrop's X approval !Jnt of tho court, who, of that part of tho court's findings. .I'i,1 r "B1n onlblllty and without Hut wo will not stop there. Wo will cf hls n"0l-.tos- . .MnJ. sou that It Is brought up In congress ., t'Jcns". took occasion next winter." iv st the discipline at the ma The young mnrlnu officers who were Ct Annol" at tho defendants In tho Sutton Inquiry havo aulon trouble was not of given up all thoughts of filing suits for JtrV -t for tort dninages against Mrs. Sutton. After tJ";V;r!:!1nn-'- " according to Com-.r,r- rending tho findings of tho court they " '"'norlty report, "con-i....- ; communicated with ono nnother and 1,0,0 ''Plornble nffalr In- - agreed that their complcto exoneration by tho court was sufficient nnd iZ'xW Mar.noUUcl"llno hc School of Applies- - decided to let tho mnttcr rest there, V -ll t r President Taft's Route Through West and South. dent will mako an address In tho Den- er assigned to him by the Deep Waterver Auditorium, where Mr. llrynn last ways association, which is to hold Its year was nominated for tho presi- convention In New Orleans on tbo presidents iirrlvnl thero. dency. Tho president nnd his party will Following tho president's boat will breakfast with Thomas F. Walsh, at bo a spectacular flotilla of river craft. Wolhurst, nenr Denver, tho morning One of the trailing boats will be asof Wednesday, September 22, and then signed to make the trip down the rohirn to the city for tho chamber of river nnd to attend the convention. commerce banquet at noon. Another boat will be assigned to the Leaving Denver at 5 p. in.. Septem- congressional delegation of mora than ber 22, tho president and his party 100 members. Yet another boat will will stop for an hour's visit at Colo- carry members of the Illinois Manurado Springs, and then go on to facturers' association. Pueblo, whero In tho evening they During his stay in St. Louis tho will be guvstB at tbo atnto fair. president will breakfast nt the ComIn Wonder Region of Colorado. mercial club, will mako an address at The morning of September 23 will 11 a. in. In tho Coliseum, will lunch find tho president nt Glonwood at the Jefferson hotel as the guest of Springs for a brief visit and that aft- tho Uuslness Men's league, and before ernoon ho will visit Montroso, where boarding tho steamer nt 4 p. m. will ho will formally open tho great Gunmnko a brief visit to East St. Louis, nison river tunnel built by tho govern111. Uncom-pahgr- o ment for the Irrigation of tho First Stop of Voyage at Cairo. valley. The first long stop of the river trip Itcturnlng to drnnd Junction to tho Journey westward, tho presi- will be at Cairo at 8:30 a. m. TuesCity, day, October 22. The second stop will dent will nrrlvo nt Salt Utah, Friday afternoon, Scptombcr 24, bo at Hickman, Ky., nt 2:30 p. m., to remain there until Sunday aft- tho presldont making brief addresses when tho at both places. ernoon, tho twenty-sixth- , Arriving off Memphis, Tenn., at 8 party leaves over tho Oregon Short October 27, the Lino for Pocatello, Ida., and Ilutte, a.' in. Wednesday, Mont., tho latter city being reached president will mako an address at 9 Monday, September 27, at G: 10 n. in o'clock and that afternoon u S o'clock John Hays Hammond joins the party will speak at Helena, Ark. On Thursday, October 28, at 2:30 at Salt Lake City. After spending half a dny In Ilutte, p. m., Mr. Taft will make a speech at New Orleans will be thero will bo a brief excursion Into Vicksburg. Spoknne, Wusli., will bo reached about four o'clock Friday aftHolenn. reached early Thursday morning, tho ernoon. Tlio river journey also will twenty eighth, and tho cntlro day will Include short stops at Capo Girardeau, Mo., and Natchez, Miss. be speut In that city. Tho president will remain In Now Tho forenoon of tho twenty-nintwill bo spoilt ut North Yakima nnd Orleans from lYIday afternoon, tho , to Monday morning, Notbo party will nrrlvo at Scuttlo at 8.15 twenty-ninthvember 1. He will address tho Water-wnythat uvenlng. convention on October 30 at Two Days at Seattle Exposition. Presldont Taft will spend two days J:30 p. m. From Now Orleans the president September 30 nnd Octobor 1 "doexposiwill go to Jnckson and Columbus, ing" tho Miss.; Ilirmlngliam, Ala.; Macon, tion, leaving Soattlo lato In the oven-luof the second day and arriving at Savannah, Charleston, Augusta, WilPortland. Ore., October 2 at 7 u. m. mington and Illchmond, reuchlng Wnshlngton November 10. Two dayB will bo spent In Port re-suh s g DENTISTS. OFFICES: Hlolrmsn, Ky. Over CowglU's drug store. Union City, Tenn. In C. B. A. .Tonsorial Parlors Best in Hlcktc&n. Hot and eoUL Uth eltotrlo llht and fin, hydraulic ehalrs and arery thlfif for comfort. Clinton Street, Hickman, Kjr. N.xt door to Jones' Cafe, building. LAND H Book Store FOR SALE Both city and farm property at reasonable prices. If you have real estato for Bale, lot us get you a buyer. ADDRESS: Splendid Selection . . . 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Orover At t , ..... .. , a ,3 w r, ".: ;,. ,." v'ltors nnd tour1.;'lu eovcrnment extends .. ' tho year . . Wnslilug-'.ti- n - ttsst p ...iB, ni "aPl ?u " "Moutiii uio govern- - mu wormug or Formerly It was tho custom to taki visitors through tho vaults In tht tronsury building, where millions ol dollars are Htorod. On our occasion i small boy, tempted by the Inimcns amount of glittering gold nnd sliver cut ono of the bags with bin pocket knife nnd made away with tho twe "cartwheels," as tbo heavy silver pieces aro referred to. Slnco that tlmu tiro vaults him been closed to visitors, oxcept to thost who gut permission from the secruturj of tho treasury. In tho largo vault which is S3 feet long and 51 feet wide Is Btoreil 1105,000,000 In coin for till redemption, of gold and silver ccrtllt catcs. ono-doll- JOB PRINTING We can da tli. finort printing, and wo .. . :. i .1 .t olner ",low- - wedding InriUtionj. can ao ict cum iul a wo " lotler h.adi, bill btiit, sale iTii ttat.menU, dodjers, care., etc., all rectivn lit .use careful treatment bllb. just a little better than teomi neceuary. Prompt delivery always. clu. ol (local NOTICE: LL requests for leave of absence owing to grand mothers funerals, lame back, . J 4 Cotton &. I Glials I ZXiirvA DIliTKT 111)111 ML - K PLANTATION Pull for Orontor Hickman Dry Ilatterlws. . MELODY. t'NT tIN tmi k t datn,( Sam Stono, of Union City, wno hero Inst week on business. house-cleanin- g, John Hngau spent n few days here this work with homo folks. Mrs. Nannie Kingman returned Inst week from n visit to friends In Louisville. Alt Mmxl on lifr porch ami looked annum Maya an ! MM'nlv Bttialt tJttilill meat, mjr no" ruaun me. Myall. Innr. Ink 1l run nml iilinnt ile fuat on yo kin are." An da . ksT-fiie- e uln , moving, sore throat, turning the wringer, headache, brain storm, cousin's wedding, general indisposition, etc., must be handed to the Chief Clerk not not later than 0 o'clock on the 1 Vji I.ook nut. llrrr !i Italitilt c wlioo-re- whoo-- ' l)r Dave Prattler, of Statu Lino, visited relatives hore a few days this week. watch! Hrer Habblt and lireml It nil, down by lal aye' mnrr Iiin An li lick lilt foot and rtMch Ma Im'r. an' lie Ut Jut nun to ) tHk n runnln' atart. and nw-l- ak Mm. Alice Caldwell and family An' a Iwrryran. iln nrvr lie. moved to Nashville this week where il.tr i l aycaiiiorf Hut n they will make their future home. Krp- - morning of the game. Saunders, of Mo., Is the guest oLiier grandmother, Mm. Jennie McCiitoh-eon- . Miss Helm & Ellison The Busy Druggists SCHOOL TERM BEGINS. Tho public school of this city opeit-cMonday with tbo largest attendance lu tbo history of Hickman and all Indications point to a banner school year. lies Ides almost COO pupils unrolled, many visitors wero present, which Is a splendid manifestation of public Interest. Of tho large enrollment, many were pupils of the rural dls-- i trlcU who are taking advantage of tho new school law which admits them to this school free of charge The primary department was well represented, there being more than 100 of the weo tots in attendance. This will necessarilly forco the board to employ another primary teacher. As heretofore stated, a number of new or special courses have been add cd. They will be taught ass follows: French, by Father Guorlu. German, Miss Mena Diestlebrink. Greck.Prof. B. F. Gabby. Elocution, Miss Fawlkes. Bookkeeping, Ed Millet. Col-leg- warn rtrer llabMt moi' too much .. a ,linm In .1.1 Mrd ilat frit, dfad IV port- Httlo twit (Th dat yiimir Irw. Ami IWtvth wrtit Ixiik thmt d yard, dona nan no rowti nr im. L. II. Kllpntrlck left for hlu home er In Memphis yoMordny, after a visit Ami ntibr no mo' will 1 .(Mir with II. K. Curllu and othor Hickman "lxtk out, Hrer ltabldt. who-e- . wlirtoHot h mm Kathleen o: - MVlioo-eo- , hoo-ee.- " . m k friends.' ii CREW ON TRIAL. Shorthand, Typewriting and Penmanship, Miss Kffio Bruer. Art, Miss Mluta Walker. The teachers elected to haudle the regular high school courses are: Prof. I). F. Gabby, Principal. Miss Virginia Luten. Miss Annlu Sharrou. Miss Hstello Iteneau. Miss Mattle DeDow. Miss Mattle Mae Scay. Miss Anna Outteu. Miss Imogens Moore. Miss liulle Uruer. Doubtless many children will enter school within the nest few weeks. Prof. Gabby, our efficient principal, is putting forth every effort to' make tls tho best school lu Western Kentucky, and with his able corps of assistants, wo believe he will ) succeed. Tho citizens of Hickman should also Join In this effort, and help the board of teachors in this good work. Keep tbo children In school, train, them to homo study and obedience, and support every measure adopted in the Interest of our school. Miss Edna Trice, of Jackson, Tonn., The crew of the steamer Liberty, consisting of Capt. Hurry Davis. Mate Lee Huff, Pilot Wllllum Ilrlscoo, Engineer Sandy Amid and Charles is on trial lu tho Livingston circuit court at Smlthluud, on the charge of conspiring to take a prisoner from an officer. They nlso nre accused of carrying officers of tho law out of the state against their will. Several months ago, when Sheriff Will Bishop and Deputy lien Champion, of Livingston county went aboard the boat ut Stuithlund to allow Capt Davis to put up a cash bond to nus-- . wgr to charges of selling Intoxicating liquor, the boat was turned loose and lauded on the Illinois short, op- jHslte Paducah. For a while serious trouble was threatened between the crow and officers. The liquor selling cases against Capt. Davis have been sottled, a fine of $00 being paid in each. The trial against Engineer Auiiel for malicious .shooting has Just onded. lie was fined f &00. The other cases will be tried this week. O Salad We make everything from a tin Pool two oranges; with a sharp cup to n church stcopto. If Its in the whole tinners line, we can do it. Cotton knlf remove section nlso onoqunrter pound Kngllih & Adams. walnut meats tullced). Divide the Steve Stnhr and wife have return- txHind flaa nnd bnimnai nnd tons half of them In ed from an extensive visit through Ingtedlpnt Arrnnge this an oil snlnd dressing the West to Denver, Seattle, Los An- half In n snlad dlah. and arrange what geles, Cat., and to n visit to his Is left of tho fruit In lepnrntn mounds brother lu Montana. a rtm ml It. Add whole Ilea for garnish sprinkle with dabs of mayonnnUo, nnd Kev. A. Turklugton and wife left chortle. this morning for Chicago, where they n fnncy tnhln This In will moko their future home. Ilev-- ' nervier f jcrved from the kitchen Turklugton has been pastor of the 'he fruit may be nil mixed together Baptist Church of this city for thd If the orangea nre sweet, ndd at few past year, and has made many frlonds drops of lemon Juice who regret his departure Curry Sauce. Meats with curry are Uittnr " raw meat be used, but curry sauce may nlsn bo served with a preparation. Pool and corn two small apples, and ullce two onions. Fry tosether. Mix n heaping teaspoonful of curry no1 der. and twice the amount of flour Into n paste with n half pint of stock. Stir It Into the apples nnd onions, season all with Kper and salt, and pour over any meat sliced lor chopped) A border of boiled rice Is the correct gar nish. Pri-imr- e R ii i n ill Ready to Today? Are you coming out to sec nil the nice garments on exhibit? Going around just "to look" nnd form idens? If you nre, whether you intend to purchase or not, we'd be most hnppy to have you make this store your headquarters nnd spend n little time in our gnrmcnt section. We hnvc received some new numbers in the PlSi A Good "Habit to t I I left-ove- r LIGHTNING BURNS BARN. barn, belonging to FrViuk Watson, 2 wiles east of this city, was struck by lightning at 2 o'clock yesterday morning, during an electrical storm, and completely destroyed. In it Mr. Watson had a large amount of baled hay, farming Implements, and two hogs, all of which wero burned. The loss will amount to $1,000 or more with no Insurance. A largo new O ml art Into, Thit "hibit" can only acquired by ortlcrinf "it" through National Tailoring Service for which we have the delusive agency All th essential clemrnta for slvliieitifjction will be found In the clothes made to your individual measure by STRAUSS IIROTII. CHICACO-tl- ie o Fresh Oysters, nny quantity, nt tho Crescent Cafe. O 11 Palmer Garment theie. you've iceu what we have, you'll enj (he i git ci If you haven't been In, you'll enjoy ih ii k a.l tbt 1 CARD OF THANKS. Tho undersigned wish to thank the good neighbors and friends who so kindly assisted them during the last Illness and death of their mother, Mrs. Arthur King. I lor Children. O and uiill give satisfactory wear. more. One thing we ask you to remember when ztrr, allbe "Palmer Garment :" Each number Is correct In style a COMPANY MAY RESUME. Should you decide to purchase, we'll give c j tee ticket from the maker. You run no risk p- -r garment at this store. a:.sg i III ors Wednesday afternoon, from three to five, Mrs. Fannie Shaw entertained a large number of friends at Hook. There wore eight tables and the time passed quickly and ploasautly playing the progrosblvo games. A two course menu, consisting of salads, sandwiches, and Ices, pineapple and cako wore served. Mrs. Clarence guetit. Graham was an n Strauss Brothers' O has accepted a position as trimmer in llaltzer & Dodds Dry Goods Company's millinery department. She has tho reputation of being one of tho finest trimmers In this section of the couutry. Whilo two boiler makers of Paducah woro doing some repair work on tho boiler of tho tug Oscar F. Keller, a tug belonging to tho .Mongol Box uun of gasoline exCo., a ploded, yesterday afternoon and burned one of them severely. The tug was also considerably damaged by flro. five-gallo- trlmmincs, beat workmanship, perfect fit and low prices. We are now displaying an at aortment of 500 weavea In all the season's late colorings tuch ai ulivea tans, drabs, grats, etc. Our display of blue serges and Mack un6niihed woraltds Is most attractive. Look around we court comparison. We arc certain uur final decision will favor us. Drop In and stance through the line even though not ready to order now. EKS, MASTER TAILORS. belt cloth, best E. R. ELLISON meeting of the principal credit of the Hardy drain Company which recently made an assignment, following tho tragic death of Oeorge Hardy, was held lu Union City Thurs day for tho purpura of continuing the business, The plan, as given out Is for tho principal creditors to pur chase the mill, elevator, etc., owned by the Hardy drain Company, and place S. L. Dodds, of this city, nt tho head of tho business. Ily taking this action It Is bollov cd tho heaviest losers will eventu ally pull out of a bad hole. One of the heaviest losers by reason of the assignment of the company said that ho would gladly sell out ut 26 cents on tho dollar, and added that ho bo llvees the company cannot pay more than 10 cents. He expressed him self as being In favor of buying tho possessions of tho company and con ttuulng the business under limn agemont of Mr. Dodds. If Mr. Dodds Is put on tho head of her, he'll make It go, being tbor oughly competent in this line. A tuqua, Helm BITTEN MEMORIES. RUSH 8r CREEK Co. ITEMS. Mrs. Chas Nu Jim ,ru Monday. i r iw s "- -J 1 k ,iar . "-"1 rla. uiici linre bad a are up again. Mm. Martha Imp' mini Miilnlav to . s Koper, who Is quit i iiiiie . it. jiio m i - ii ( '' i in r LlUM m 3 s k i ...... I.,...... . v 1 t0 Adams last Thursda ..... .. u .i ot a ueauiuui 111. U .i r ' n -l - tlil Maddox, a promm t '' i The Union City Fair . O lar drove . '!l "J Tk' t:s h I t,lf : To have a Great Carnival Midway and Tuberculosis Exhibit Tun Tuberculosis exhibit will be an educational featuro In which (.wo one should he especially It Is the first ever held lu this section. Thy re will be dally balloon ascensions uud many otlmr things in addition o fine exhibits lu tho wouians building and elsewhere, and the greatest racing ourd In the history of the usaooJatlon. Thai The Union City Fair, which will open Wednesday, September 2Uth and colse Saturday, October 2nd, will offer many unusually attractive features that will be both and instructive. Pleasure seekers will revel lu the splendid Midway on which will be constructed homo eight or ten big allows, an Immense Ferris Wheel, and numera fine ous other things designed for the tiiijoyment of the great crowd expected. Theso attractions are not of tho cheap fair variety, but the most expensive and wholesome over seen lu this section, and will alono bo worth going many miles to see. Merry-Co-Itoun- d railroads are litwrtlly with the Fulr Management by offering a rate of one cents to Unfare plus twenty-fivion City and return, nnd the Ine dications are thut tho largest crowds and best fulr over hold In this section wljl bo pulled off at Union City, commencing Sept. L'3, and closing Oct. 2, 190!r. a compal"ii u e ' PRESSMEN BUY HOME. '"5 young people attended the ers and wlthnl a i Several lk 8n . The International Pressman's Un vnuiiu indv. who Hush Creek wedding. ion has purchased ut chancery sale lent help mate to (, Mr. Jim Crulce returned home Mon the Hudo Springs property lu Hnw voted husband day from Dodga, Miss. kins county, Tennessee, sixty miles ripa ilia iiinmv wher. " v ' J, Ouy Johnson visited relatives In east of Knoxvllle. und will establish for Fulton, wns sorved lu tho yard by .Mrs. K " there a national homo for ugod nnd for 11 trln to Hlmn It. Klllsou. J'rpgrosslvo games of Fulton Saturday und Suiiduy. .1 disabled pressmen and stureotypexH. wfluriiiii-iiii- i ".: five hundred and rook were played. I. P. Johnson shipped four car I lie prpporty Includes, ii hotel uud U UlOlltll. lllessili. 1 Music, was enjoyed throughout the oads of 1,100 ucros, with four mineral siirliius for ever und aye sheep nni hoga tlis week, evening. After the gnuies, dunning o O Gordon Itce attended tho Maddox- i!iur'!-r- ' on the front porch wus much enjoy .i Tho Honry llros. will give away u Mrs. J. II1 ed. Kufreshmeiits of cream und block Adams wedding, Wednesday plsht. - f tf ilt nice building lot and 110 In gold to Miss Annie I.ee, cake, and salted nuts, were served. Mr. Faunlo Murchlson visited rel morrow afternoon ut tho lot sale. Tho with her daugbt' r m gueste were Miss The atives near llock Springs, Salurduy ladles ure especially Invited to be ut U4it. Mackle Shumate, of Newborn, Teuu., and Sunday. present. ei.Hll. V and Miss Kathleeu Saunders, of Cu- Quality count, m w. rutherBvUlo, Mo Dr. Dave Prnther, Misses Ethel and Lillian Fdmlstou ". If you wunt to see rapid-firreal be deeivoa-fl- oi -- YJ, of State Lino, uud Louis Kllpatrlck, returned homo after a visit to relastate transactions, attend tho Henry Ina dlract trom of Memphis. Hickman, ty tives uour Harmony. Lot Sale. Thoy sell a lot a mluuto. Kirk Shlnalo Co, lioUBehold, 11 Tuesday evening, Miss Louise At- wood was the charming hostess of a lawn purty, given at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. S. ICIlIsou. The yard wtiB tnudu us day and beautiful with Jupaneee lanterns, and gas IIkIUs, and comfortable and cozy nooks. An Interesting nnd beautiful feature was a large Japaneso umbrella, festoon ed with pluk crepe, myrtle uud Ivy, to which the unique Japanese score cards. In pluk and green ribbons, with pink roses attached, were ens ponded. As the guosts arrived, punch -- HAPPENING8 AT CAYCE. W. A. N'aylor wns hore Sunday. There are several on the sick list spot? at this writing. Guard Ah It was here Herman Edmlston visited Hickman glueer tlrst met his wife. O friends last wnok. 1 nnd roans. Mlsrt Mi Passenger (on branch llnel flnv. Gordon Klce wi r r why does the eiiKlllo ulwnvs net tin ants. The bride ai n" such a piteous howl at this pnrtlcular ..I.. ...i ii uin. i I s 1 -. 'a i " u to Tt-- ' arifnd ..... i aurf J the n markablo. HUUkllll-lU. ma .Ml I"' ....tail iur m- - r"" -- 1 1I print r"f.a It!) THE HICKMAN COURIER. that Pulls the Commercial Wagon up tha Hill of Success. Thu Cotirier has a Spankln' Good Team, Breast! the Axles of Your Ulagon, A BLUE MARK HERE b, mfiiin thit ymir nerlpllon list Melnxl Knew promptly If you wunt thd ptipftr to com to you Kftor thla month ; Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HO. ESTABLISHED IK THE TEAR 1HOO HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1900. aim i m Irtiuk . cj Council Proceedings limldt ' Just at 3U . till fook. The very latest Hickman, Ky., Sept. C, ISO!). Council met In regular session, present Mayor Llltloii, Councilman Gray, Uodds, Swaync, Uettersworlh and Lodford. Minutes ot tho lout meeting woro Jlf K . i (ire cont. Lrl-- ' ln'" , City, jQossSIioe styles The Red CroM Tanning Proce Tit tlinr mU Ii lit itk! Iih4 l. ,ir,U llt I r drank Lit, l ' t- Il, va II lit f - pUlll. you 1116 i Urut ,ia "cm ..:y u only nc, wu havo ih nit m4 i,l litr lotttr. til Ml ImI Till It Mllttr, rati tit Cntt aalt It t,aa4 ar a fit laal lattt III BMttki I, u - Paducab, tar Tat I 4ia war lt,tr, Imi. K" Laundry will do good Hu Rv Water, agent. a 4.,I Loos aa m not Tuaa Haas r ,ll f i, a, a aa4 SMnglca 11.00 L Kirk Shinalo thouiand t0., mcrunan, x uf Nowberu, You will like the still shorter effects, the new tips, and the rich tones of the leather; The perfect tasteof each Red Cross style and the cxtreifiely short appearance they give your foot, make them strikingly attractive. Come in and get style and comfort, get both. You may select any style you wish and wear it in perfect comfort. Tanned by the special Red Cross process, the Red Cross shoe bends with your loot. It is this that makes it so easy to walk in. Our customers always say "How 1 wish 1 had tried this shoe before". Come in and let us fit you. . read, and ou motion approved and signed. Tho following accounts were presented, properly approved and on motion allowed, and checks ordered Issued for amounts: Tom Dillon Jr., street work (Itemized account filed) .... $107.65 Turn Dillon, Jr., Miscellan 8-- eous Claims lllckinan Courier, I'rluUug. hedford & Handle, JIdae.. . W. T. Coffey, Work on 6.70 27.C0 CCS 24.00 Walks Camden Gravel Co., 2 Cars Gravel, (less freight) W. A. Dodds, Mdse. acc't Streets Hickman Concrete Co., Con crete Work Dr. L. 1'. llaltzer, Services. 1303. 31.35 1032.39 "J.oo Heport ot City Treasurer Jor Aug... General Fund Account To bal. per July report... 450.05 To aint. ree'd. of U. C. Helm ' 77.31 To amt. ree'd of Tom COO Sr., To amt. ree'd. of Tout OxforJi $3.50 and $1. Hiuh Shoes $1 and $5. i:lw buuui , It bends with your foot jioii i' l i- iu Biggest Line of Men's Shoes in Hickman Jr 2383.3G 2322.3U - In c . s ui a returned .. U friend tuu uiwia a utu, wbou U you tako Hlckuiuu ill)., was ttci y 11, tl tajul, li-U- c...r i wit l. A i u. Ulj Bradley Schmidt, the Tailor. Ira Great) was In Pulton Saturday. & Parham "IN A BAD WAY." Many a Hickman Reader Will Grateful for This liy amt. paid out during Aug 1382.32 Dal. to credit thla acct. S1023.3& 4 Water, and Light Bond Account. To bal. per July report..., UU4.73 To amu ree'd. of Torn Jr., gucat 1000.00 i.J .a&7, thu u. 1 I. loik, aUo ou prompt- liui-- aa. TWO SINNERS Thcro was a man, It was said one time, Who wt'iit astray In his youthful prime, . Can tho brain kocp cool and tho heart qulot Wliou the bipod Is a river that's running rlotT And boys will bo boys, tho old folks say. And tho man Is better who's had bis day. Tho sinner reformed, and tho preacher told Ot tho prodigal son who came back to the fold, And Christian peoplo threw open the door. With a warruor welcome than ever boforo". Wealth and honor were his to command, And a spotless woman gavo him her baud. , And tho world their Crying, "God bless ladye, and God bless'grooral" Juit think; a fancy vest for 1 at impounding Schmidt's. a L lij.ktuau Drug dtpartinout. ijrucrV- Dr. Nallllng, of Union City, was hero last wock on liuilncaa. L iluraul and a... i,' ulug a luw Tako your produco to C. II. Mooro, l ' u tuuta of Miss ou the hill. Hlghoat prices paid. I'll icj . , Hardy Llgou. C lh Walkvr mado a bualnom trip t- -i IwJ, l! lji.ru, wan thu to Aahport and Hlploy alst woolc Iw ui v.., i:rs Otto Hurt- - Tolopbono your grocery order to W. ;, Krcy Jones, No. 38 the Old Reliable all goods i Si fr tier hoiao delivered. Miss Mamie Knapp, Of Memphis, ot s I'" In a special was tho sucat ot Mrs. Otto Hortwlck le Zs.JL.., ivnu,, stopped last week. 1 hit; :g iu ,r clothe on I art Lu; housoan VOIt SALU: Three-roo- m , the emorglot In West Hickman. Price $200. It. Call at this office. i - i tat another Its j:.ng t an arrived at Misses llaicl and Mary Hubbard Y ft J ia I .Hon Saturday havo returned to Martin after a sevi Ifv.i C t.cal a at about eral wcoks' visit to Mrs. S ,M. Hubtil. bard and family. y lul liaa.i Lao liiu.-'- Cuga i3 Dal. to credit this account. $1004.73 No change In City Hall 4.41 acct. slnco lost report, bal... W. C. Johnson, City, Treas. Feel Heport of City Marshal for Aut;. 1303: :.; pathway with blossoms nbloom, 1 Thoro was a maiden who wont astray In tho golden dawn of her life's young day. She had moro passion and heart than head; And sho followed blindly whero fond Lovo lead. And lovo unchecked Is a dangerous guide" To wander at will at a fair girl's side. -- - c w pastor of tho Miss Sarah Wynn. ot Arlington, ptiurcj w.., bt In lllckiuau Ky arrived here Friday to spend the II- will bveln lila J. winter with ner aunt. Airs. a. ai. I'Mk b j Sunday, Supt. bard, and attend school. coat j r commonded. It about half as much energy was Llilia J' itfzt , of HlDlev. ar. devoted to tho social welfare us bifjrJay t j tako charge Is to scandal In Ulckuiau at F"lc c1lj of Hickman Col. there u Jehtt:"t- - tan boon attend- - present, tho social atmosphere would bo greatly clarlflod. pfKhool la N-P i'Tr Tho Hut Tho Hut woman repented and turned from sjnj' no door opened to let her In. preacher prayed that oho might bo forgiven, tol bpr to look for mercy In llcavcn.t Fpr this Is tho law of tho earth, wo know, That tho woman Is stoned, whllo tho man may go. A j , bravo man wedded her after all, Dut tho world said, frowning, "We shall not call." When your back gives out; liccomcs lame, weak or aching; When urinary troubles set In, Your Kidneys aro "In a bad way." Doan's Kidney Fills will euro you Hero Is local evidence to provo It: Mrs. G. D. Walker, Catlet and llroadway, Hickman, Ky., says: "I am a strong endorser ot Doan's Kidney Fills and firmly bellovo that it It wero not for them, I would now bo a confirmed Invalid. Tho pains In my back were so sovero that I could hard ly stand. My health rapidly declined and I was truly In a critical con dition when a friend advised mo to try Doan's Kldnoy Fills. Although I had almost despaired of getting re lief, I procured a box. at Helm & Kill son's drug store. Tho results of their use wero truly remarkable. In less thivn threo weks I was restored to good health and every sign ot kid uoy complaint bad been removed from my system." For sale by all dealers. Price CO cents. Foster-Mllbur- n Taxes collected during Aug.3012.85 Flues collected during Aug. 37G.5U I hold Treasurer's Hecelpt Tom Dillon, for Jr., 3383.35 C. M. Co., Buffalo, New p Milik.Uilik.tAiUkiU.lik.IltltkiA.tikU - n sole agents for the United States. Remember tho name Doan's and tako no other. York, o DOCTOR BLACK'S Ilollablo, energetic man to sell lubrlgatlug oils, greases, and paints lu Fulton and adjacent coun ties. Salary or commission. Stotson Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio. WANTED: ...GOOD MEDICINE... Good medicine requires good material. Good medicine requires good compounding. Because of these facts we see that every in gredient used in medicine going ou of our store is good in qualjty ind good in being prepared only by qualified pharmacists. j l YE WATER :tik no It Is well that lloosovelt Is out ot country, since the North I'olo has boon discovered. It will not uult Teddy to havo Cook and l'oary claim lng a bigger stick thau his. tho On page four wo glvo the latest things lu fashion In a mighty few words. Our lady readers who haven't tlmo to read lungtby articles ou this subject will flud "In Vogue" to their liking. In giving an outline of President Taft'H 13,000 nillo trip, on page 3, our compositor got his dates lulled. Wo Intended to say that Taft would reach Hickman at C o'clock p. ni TueHday, Oct. 26th, Instead of tho 23rd, as given In thu othOr nrtlcle. Hickman will bo tho 35th stop on this notablo trip, as shown ou thu descriptive map. O The Clerk reported that he had executed tho following cemetery deeds, and that ho held SupU Dillon's receipts In payment for samo, C. C. Doudurant for East half ot Lot No. 334 lu City Cemotery, ,sizo ot half lot 20x20 ft., consideration $32.00; Mrs. J. H, Donnel for West half ot Lot No. 26S In City Cemetery, slzo of half lot 20x20 ft., consideration $16.00; Ada Stunson, (col) for Lot No. 005 lu Colored City Cemetery, slzo of lot 20x18 ft., considera' tion $3.00. On nioUon tho. foregoing were received, ordered spread upon there-cordpublished and filed. Ou motion It was ordered that City Hall checks bo paid out of the general fund account, but chargea to City Hall account. On moUon it was ordered thatsuf-tlclomoney bo borrowed wlUi which to gravol tho street from tho Jail to tho Intersection of Hall street and Troy Alley lu West Hickman. Ou motion Munroa liarber was released from poll tax, ho bolug a nonresident. On motion checks wero ordered to the following parties for errors In assessment: Kd Bell, non. ' resident. $2.03; J. E. Swift, S Ou motion. Council adjourned. Attest: H. O. HKLM, City Clerk. t: s, nt i O C. Durdlck, )t, Trice Kelicves Quickly, ci aore Eyei in HORSES AND DOGS Yes, Mr, Merchant, ypu may havu been a resident of this tpwu for 30 yours, And overybpdy (T) n nocouu ttSTl,VT,,,'M0NUu try may know you are In buslnoss INCORPORATED limn !. . '.hlM? Mvrre rati hero what of Itt For thousands of years a goodly sharo ot tho pooplo r'vi, "? our: ot this world havo claimed to know and feel that there Is a better aud J II, BMyimH. more glorious world In tho great be About thu most popular cough med- Mrs. Ruby Cates, ot Tlptonvlllu, yond, but It has taken a heap of ad BUCK MEDICINE CO, vertlslug and preaching to gut thorn was hero last week, tho guest ot Mrs, Iclno on tho murket today Is Turpluo. - "' , HO. Helm & Hlllsou sell It. M, Amberg aud daughter. to point tbelr tracks that way. ot Union City, one J, ot West Tunnossco'H busy business ltlshop Woodcock, one ofthu most men, was hero on Saturday. He says eminent divines ot tho South, will thu Home Telephone. Co., lu Obion preach at tho Episcopal church in county Is a sure go. Whllo hero lie. tills city next Sunday morning nnd signed up for two telephones from eveiitng. A cordial luvltutloa Is ex- Illckimui Independent system which will bo used for tho buuefit of tlio tended to all to bo preseut. lllckinan Packing Co - 25 Cent O HICKMAN DRUG CO. Tho funeral of U. II, llarrlman, at Quality counts Anion, N. Y Sunday, wns private be deceived get Sixteen workmen acted as a guard lng dlroct from ot honor, walking besldo tho hearso Kirk Shingle Co., and tho carrluges containing tho O Shingles. Don't the best, by buy. the mill. Yates & In Hickman, Ky, o mourners, - Feltchor Waters, who his a position with Mongol Box Co., at MeugcL-wooTenu., spent Suturday and SunMiss Kthol Itiinsdulu has returned to Nasuvllhi aftej u visit to Miss day with hlH parents, Itev. Watters. and family. Annlo Cowglll. 1 Mrs. Mnrlnh K. Doiignl, npo 73, died Kdwanl 11. llarrlinnn, tho greatest rgnulter of rallronds tho world linn nt her homo In Scoobn, Alius., Tuesever known, met lila onlr Ustlng do day, Sept. 7th. ns n result of n slroko restfont of lila nctlvo llfo Thursday nt of pnralysls. Deceased wns a tho hands of death. Secluded In his ilont of this city for ninny years, hut nngnlflclent homo on Tnwor Hill, mir lisii been nwar since nboul 18VJ Sho rounded by mumbcrs of hi family, was tho mother of II. J Klines, of Of Hickman physicians and nurses, ho succumbed near town, nnd n grandmother of Joh and vicinity to nn Intestinal disorder nftor n fight Meachnm, of tho Hlckinnii Hardware ngnlnst illsenso which will nink for Co. Sho Is survived by ono child, heer grit with his romarknblo drug Mrs. Ma Mcnchiwn, who resides In Scooba. Many of our older renders glos In tho fluanclnl world. Our stock of Boys', Misses' nnd Kdwnrd Hnrrlmnn wns born Fob. i will remember Mrs. DoitKnl. and will ISIS, nt HnniDstcad. L. I. Ho wns regret to hear of the good Indy s Children's School Shoes is very educated In tho public schools nnd en- - death. 0- tered Wall Street In 1S72 ns n clerk i strong. It will he to your interest, office. Later ho berntno In n broker's NOTICE TO broker himself, nnd hnd lcen a as well as ours, to give them a for tho year 1909 nro member of the Now York Stock Lx now open; nnd as this is my last trial. Yoo will confer n favor hy 1S71. At his death he change nlnco .,lyoar In offlco, I desire to havo all was president of nnd director In ,. , giving us n look : : : : : : ; ; : .... UIIUS, UIIV taxes paid PIIOMPTLY In order that ItllirUilUB lllllt Oll'lltllBllll' my books may bo balanced. You will In the Wolls-FnrgEx or and trustoo myself or Deputy Qonldor John press Company, Wcstom Union Tele find City National Unnk, at graph Company, several banks nnd son nt tho Fulton, or nt my offlco In Hickman. trust companies, nnd many largo cor Plcaso mnko payments promptly. Sp porations. achievement of his ca J. T. 8 BAT, 8. F. C. great The reer ns n financier nnd rallrond manO ngor was tho rehabilitation of tho Vn- Ky. Hickman, The canning factory has put up 26,- lon Pacific and Southern Pacific rail000 thrco-pouncuns of toiunloos so way systems. Ho undertook this herrecent long dry when ho was nearly 50 far this season. The culean task spell curtailed tho yield of tomatoes, years old, and niter no hail once many practically retired from business. Olh yet the Into rains will cause signally to green tomatoes to ripen and much or financiers had failed put up. put theso properties on a paying basis more fruit It Is hoped will bo East Pralrlo Baglo. Hnrrlman'a estato Is estimated at And why not n canning factory from $50,000,000 to $100,000,000. Ho leaves a wlfo, two sons nnd In Hickman. O thrco daughters. Tho trains on all roads In which he OIGGEST CORNFIELD. was interested were stopped for five reminutes, Thursdny, while his Tho biggest cornfield In tho Stnto mains were being Interred. After nil. of Kentucky is tho field outlined by It cannot bo said that his llfo wns tho horseshoe sweep of tho Ohio rivThirsty? ,UEO Is whn'. you need. W. C. Ileed was ta Wlngo and Fulany mora a success than most humble er from Henderson round past Kvnns ton Sunday. Dr. C. M. Illackford is visiting rol cog In his grunt machine only his vlllo, to Green river. It Is tho big gest because It Is corn continuously business succeeded. There have been no new discover- aUvcs in Louisville. for 6,000 or 7,000 acres, unknown by O Pole this week. ies of the North Don't take any substitutes ask for fences.unrcllovrd by any other crop Sanspariel" Flour best on tho mar MONEY TO LOAN. C. H. Beshcrs, proprietor of tho no hay, no tobacco, oats nor wheat today. Columbus Mills, was la town Tues- ket I loan monoy at tho rato of 6 per Just corn, corn nnd then more corn. With every $25 suit I give a M cent per annum on farm lands in day. It Is estimated that over 39.000 fancy vest for $1 extra. Schmidt, the Obton and Weakly counties, Tenn-- . bushels of corn will bo raised In this Miss Iluby Seay leaves next week Tailor. and In Fulton county, Ky. About one monster tract this year, nnd this Is for Nashville where she will enter half tho cash value of a farm, will bo In spite of tho fnct that tho farmers W. It. Christian, of Fulton, and Ward Seminary. loaned. Loans mado In sums of $1.-- wcro scared out of a year's growth Mrs. S. P. Doweu, of Fierce, Tenn., 000 or mora for five years with prlvl by tho high water and for n time summer prices on were See our ad for married last Thursday. lego to borrower of paying same after were not quite sure whether tho high coal. A big saving to buy now. I'urity and quality drugs prompt ono year In full or making any slzo water would let them raise any com Phone 48. Hickman Ic 4. Coal Co. partial payment desired at Intervals Hut tho corn wns planted, nnd tho ness and accuracy In compounding Where did you get that new suit! is tho motto In the Hickman Drug of six months aftor tho expiration of stand, excepting along the sloughs, Is Why, that's my la3t winter's suit one year, Interest being stopped on a very good one, Company's prescription department. Schmidt, the Tailor, cleaned it up. partial payments made. Call ; on or It means something to phiw one of W. L. Helm, of the firm of Fuu.ua wrlto. theso rows of corn n mile long In II. J, Klmes returned Thursday front O. SPIUDUN. Union City. Tenn. horscshoo bend, and by tho tltno a Scooba, Miss., where ho was called Helm & Co. Is In tho St. Louis market team has mado a few round trips it on account of the death of his mother. this week purchasing fall and winter goods. Watch for their announce Is timo to rest a bit. A. II. Lcet and S. L. Itoyster and It will make a difference, when went later. O- daughter. Miss Virginia, left Sunday you call on that best girl. It you take night for Loulsvlllo to attend the Tlnwaro and stove futures at The polico of Nashville, Tenn., aro a box of Jacob's Candy. Hickman & Prather. worried over cases of what Is called State Fair. Drug Co. an "odorless drunk." The victim gets Have you a friend In some other intoxicated but on his breath Is no town who Is not taking the Courierl odor and the polico are puzzled to Give us their name so that we can know what causes it. send them a sample copy, or better Misses Suo and Hilda Clark, of still, you call and send it to your Crowley, La., and Misses Nell and friend for a while. of Birmingham, Ala. It is said that the new full hats Jamie Harrison, guests of Capt. II. A have been tho will he nineteen inches high, fifteen Tyler and son, R. A. Tho young la inches wide and will weigh seven may be a true lore-- dies returned to their homes Sunday. pounds. That cast, but we predict that . not one Six hundred tons of barnacles have sensible wouiau will be found under been taken from the bottom of the the load. armored cruiser South Dakota at the making the From the looks of the ticket board Mare Island Navy Yard, f standing room will bo at a premium vessel's hull rise four and Dudley Inches In tho water. Tho barnacles at tho Lyric tonight, Tlib to the ship's Stock Company will open a three fastened themselves nights' engagement, beginning with bottom during the recent trip to the tonight's performance. "The lllval South Sea Islands. Candidates" is billed for tho first Mrs. Maggio V. Myers, age about 71 show. years, died at her homo In Union J. N. Uradshaw, who was buyer for City Sunday, and was buried at ML the Farmers Gin & Grain Co. last Zion Monday. Mrs. Myers was tho year, and family will leave today for widow of Dr. Myers, a practicing phy Moffutt Junction, Tenn., to make thel slciau of the Jordan neighborhood for by twi home. Mr. Uradshaw has purchased many years. Sho Is survived on which, he children Quy S. Myers and Mrs, a farm near that place will reside. Sorry to loso hlui from Maudo Porter, both residents of Un ion City. Hickman. One torpedo boat destroyer and When Taft comes to Hickman In October fearless explorers from Ful- torpedo boats, bound from Hampton ton will Invade the fastness of the Itoads, Va to St. Louis, entered tho thousand mile hills and penetrate In mouth of tho Mississippi river Tues to unknown mountain heights in day afternoon ami proceeded on their search of a glimpse of the First Citi way to New Orleans. This flotilla, zen. Accident insurance agents should under command of Lieut. Mitchell do a land office business on the day will serve as un escort to tho steam before. Fulton Leader, Why. what cr Mississippi on its trip down the is kind of a pipe have you been smok river from St. Louis, with President lug. GuyT Taft. tho latter part of October. Tho flotilla comprises tho torpedo boat do stroyor MacDonough and the torped you wish to have your boats Thornton, Tlugoy and Wilkes They fncK hence.will pass Hickman about a week prescriptions Accurately take iy Parents To the w RAILROAD MAGNATE DEAD. FORMER HICKMANITE - 73 Years Old BHsHsisBBBsBsPP? Tax-book- s .., Alexander Millet d and still making the bcit stove in America ! Fire backs gunrantecd for 15 yenri. Aik your neighbor about Bridge & Bench the has one, or inspect them at the Hu an Hardware INCORPORATED Go. m Heavier thnn air flying machines continue to Increase In numbers and length of flight, nnd now the price of the machines Is quoted In the market nt $7,500 apiece. The country newspaper editors who deferred buying nutomoblels nt $2400 to $3,000. nro congratulating Uieinsolvii on their foresight In not Investing In thenn-cln- t machines, nnd will ns soon as their orders are given nnd filled, for aeroplanes, biplanes, etc., took down upon their friends crawling along the earth pursued by tho police for ox cccdlng tho speed limit. Threo months subscription to tho Courier will coa you only 25c Try It three months, If you aro not already taking it. Some 1 . . rred that by ' es from h.i the sound pr"U thnt of a i dsmonstraii-man tUat a J.. olonnr will pnxtu' a doxsn phoii", pipes all In ur u i u j ' . : l i O l ' Dr. It. T Ki l for a profiwioi.-.- i where fi go,-- ' of Harvey lU r! dropsy. Fulion - v r -- 0 TAlll'INK 25c por bolt - t cMore Styles and cBetter Styles Than Were Ever WD one-hal- if! mi Shown in Hickman Before JMl:, - 1 Of course all the Clothing Styles ever shown in Hickman, the present showing at Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co. is absolutely and beyond question the 0r most important from every stanbpoint. It is wider ii extent, broader in scope of variety, and more markedly exclusclothing of the high ive. Included If them to ana jtuea tm Cowgill's Drug Store where you may get your Drug wants at any hour BAY OR NIGHT (Will's Dni (Incorporated) store Pastor M. L. Ulanoy, of tho Chris tlan church cordially Invites tho citizens of Hickman to hear his last two Sunday1 evening sermons be fore leaving for Pittsburgh Couten ulal Convention, next Sunday oven ing. 7:30 subjoct, "Tho Relation of John's Uaptlsm to the Holy Spirit and Chilstlan Uaptlsm," Text, 1 Petor 3 23. 8unday evening, Bopt. 20, 7 30 Uotweon subject "Tho Dlfferonco Modern Meeting House and tho Old Jewish Teinplo," or "Why tho Church of Home and the Church of Kugland Persist in Judalzlng Christ's Church." est style and character the masterpieces of the leading tailors of the country. And throughout you will find prices so reasonable and so thoroughly consistent with the qualities offered that each suit and overcoat in this store is really a bargain value. "The Inspection of the Critical Men is Invited." EVEN URGENT! BALTZER & DODDS D. 6. COMPANY :INCORPORATED: THE BISCHOF TAILORMADE Simple Serviceable Beautifully Tailored is service. JpHli keynote of these suits dress well on a few things. They are for women who want to FINES IN ALIQUOT. month of August was n record breaker for fines collected by tlio City of Hickman from transgressors of tin- cliy ordinance. Mnrnhal Dil lon report to tlio Hoard shows Hint ho collected 37fl.l0 from thin sourco ns ngnlnst $27.00 for August, 1008, ranking a difference of .H9.f0. In fact the city tins received much nioro In fines this year than usual. Tho report for tho year of 1D09 Shown tho following collected: Tlii - $376.50 RESIDENCE FAMINE. Hickman Is again In tho throes of n residence famine. COMING EVENTS January February $ 3(.. 49.00 so practical. Special designers devote their entire time, to these suits they demand exceptional skill as they depend wholly on line, material and tailoring for their effect. But it is this simplicity that makes them March 70.to April 70.00 May I77.f.O 123.50 h Juno July 85.00 August 37C.S0 Tb satno months In 1908 were ns follows: Dr. C. W. Curlln, ono of our popFrank Dudley Co., Scpt, ular physicians, must vacate his pres. ont residence to mnko room for tho tho Lyric. Sopt. 24 Recital by Miss Fawlkes, owner, nnd as (here Is not a vacant house In town, ho Is planning to pur at tho Lyrlo for M. L Church. Oct. 13 "Tho Final Settlement," chase tents ns n temporary relief. Thero seems to bo no alternative. tho Lyric. Oct .15 "Panhandle Potc," nt tho Others may bo forced to follow his Lyric. example. Oct. 2G President Tatt will bo In Think of peoplo living In tents Hlckmau. and make un address from houses not to be had for"lovo or tho Steamer Mississippi at4 o'clock p. money," Although 35 or 40 houses m. Tho Darty will be composed of.su have gono up within tho last year, governors and other prominent men. you could almost find n renter for n OcL 29 'Its All ou tlio Quiot," tho January February March April Moy $ COO We have found more women arc interested in these styles than in anything else. There arc so many occasions when a good looking tailored suit is exactly the thing to wear. ' 9.00 69.00 , Juno July August 600 15.00 40.00 , COO 27.00 piano box. This town nerds nbout n addition opened up and tho snmo number of houses built to tnko caro of her growing population. Tho old districts nro congested ; expansion only will glvo relief. While tho Hen ry Really Co. Is opening n 20.ncro tract. It wilt not near suffice to meet tho' demand, and other available property should bo llkowiso turned Into town lots. How long will our moneyed men nlloow this situation to contlnuo? What pays better dividends than Hickman real 100-acr- Lyi.w. Nov. 2 General and City Election, Nov. 10 "May Stewart it Co., tho Lyric. Meadow llrook Farm" Nov. thu Lyric, Nov. 29 "Tho Sweetest Qlrl In Dixie," tho Lyric. Due. 1 "Llttlo Miss Muffot," tho Hut when you want a tailored suit, you want it right. These Bischof models are made of the new materials that will he extremely popular this fall; in nil the late fashionable colorings and arc conspicuously correct in all the little details that count tor so much with a fastidious woman. The style is not pressed in it is in thi cut. 3 3008 -. -- n Inillrntnl jr .tit likM ' ill Vl tplftlllllt IlllPH-- tll Exquisitely tailored, they make a woman look well. tho invariahly lijr It is easy to find what you want. THE MILLINERY In its new PEPARTMEMT quarters on the balcony is overflowing with all the latest creatMillinery. Large assortments of the latest untrimmed ions in shapes as well as the very Intest novelties in Trimmed Street Hats. While it is early and the showing is not yet complete, still those desiring to make an early selection can find shapes and trimmings to be found at no other store. estato? O Let's build more houses. Thoyaro PEOPLE WANTED. I WOULDN'T, WOULD YOU?- necessary to tho town's wolfaro, and Wanted, COO to peoplo to como will provo a safe and paying Invest Talk, of tlio family and personal af Drug Com at once to tho Hickman mcnt. fairs to tho butcher, tho baker uud pany's storo nnd get ono bottle of tho neighbor's hired girl? O Compound Sarsaparllla Walker's Do scrupulously exact about pay- Illood 1'urlflcr. FOR GREATER THINGS. lug my church tithes, and turn away This Is tho medicine thnt Is being Now thnt tho north polo has been a hungry man iroin my uoorz all over tho count: y, and located, let us proceed to get Into com' Prcpuru uiy homo lor guests by put is proving of wonderful merit. It Is inunlcatlon with Mars. Only recently ting it in a btato of immaculate clean for rheumatism, Indigestion, constipa whllo looking at this planet through llness, and myself In u state of extion, torbld liver, and kidney trouble. our offlco tolescopo wo thought we haustion that means 111 temper? ( .. , I. .. .1 ... 't, , t .... 11117, .VI1U U11UI ..I II UU J1UW II.. iibui III i'iy had discovered that It was Inhabited Llvo always in tho morrow, for get vn tiro system. beyond doubt, but woro greatly dls ting to be glad today when tho sua ' Threo doses will provo to rou Its appointed when wo found what wo at Is shlulngT wonderful merit. Guaranteed under first took to bo aMarslan was only Knock oa every tintcrpriso In Hlck a crippled mosquito on tho glass. Still mau, which didn't happen to pay mo the puro food law, nnd it contains: wo aro not going to glvo up our re just as well as thu "other fellow," Fluid Extract Sarsaparllla, search. Wo havo a wireless message though It benefitted the city as a. Fluid Extract Prlckloyash, on Its way, and should wo get an whole? Fluid Extract Wild Cherry. answer, wo will Inform our readers. Lot tho fact that my bonnet Is In Fluid Extract Dandelion, O Its third season obscure tho truth Fluid Extract Huchu, Fluid Extract Dogwoood, Tho merchant who uses stationary that I have a good husband and a Fluid Extract Yellow Poplar. decorated with gargling oil, axle happy homo? Allow myself to bo persuaded that That should bo ouough said. It will greaso or other cheap advertising euro your caso,-fIt treats tho cause matter is to tho homo printer what the world owes mo something when tho mall order houso Is to tho home I know right well that 1 dont de- -' and not tho pain. servo half that I got? Drug Co., exclusive merchant. Tho Hickman O agents for Hickman, Ky. STOLEN: Little white Scotch tor List your real estate with the CourManufactured by tho Capitol Medi- rlcr dog with brown spots. Anyono cine Co., NashvlUo, Tenn. returning tho dog to Mrs. Annlo Rut ier. If we don't sell It, it doesn't cost you a cent. Price, $1.00. 14p tor wl'l recelvo reward. -or Lyric. Jan. 29 "Tho Minister's Daughters tho Lyric. Organist," Uio Fob. 1G "Thu-UULyric. April 3 "Tho Fighting Parson," Uio Lyric. nd It's Fuel that's Expensive Not the Stove A Cheap, putty-jointe- d stove will waste more than its Original Cost in Fuel every winter. lf STEAMER SERVICE. between J. T. I'orklns, of tho N. C. & St. V r&J Memphis, with an L., was hero a fow days ago In conV (1 . 'o St UjuIs, will bo sultation with I'res. Wnlkor concernI !, 'iy next year, accord-- ' ing railroad accomodation for Presirvu. traffic manager dent Taft's day In Hickman, Oct. 2G. i T J i i any Jervls says ho Ho has promised to run a apodal f.. i, lit draft boats aro train to Illckmnn for tho benefit of c: d to bo operated botheir patrons who want to neo tho lt ''a .y company which First Citizen. Tho special will run c r. .1 between Toxas City from NashvlUo, making stops at nil :4 X w I; It Is understood thur Intermediate points, and will contain EU at a quarter of tho 12 coaches. An attractive rate will o:t ct ra kbo announced later. t- p At. SPECIAL FROM NASHVILLE. DOINGS AT DORENA. service Health Is not good at this writing. A. L. Hall went to Wolf Island Sun day. ,l McDado went to East I'rnlrlo Tuesday on business. Uov. Myles will preach next Sun day. Everybody come. School began Monday with nn at tendance of twohty-flvo- . Mrs. Davis, of East I'rnlrlo, 1b tho guest of Mrs, I'olhamus this week. O O Mandyo Townsond wont to Hick1U I .lk L.orr. who is runnlni? n Djn't It hurt a follow whon somo man Monday uud had a tooth pulled. . . V. a ivinnet, Jio Is tho frund of his praises and throws bou Henry Morris and family, of lllrds au.an roiauvos. quels at another who Is nn enemy. Point, visited Mrs. J. 1). Pickett last AD kinds ct meats at Mooro's cro- -- Hickman Ico wool;. Buy your coat Coil Co. Misses Mnrcla nnd Rosla Kelley, accompanied by Johnnto Futch, went to tho Mounds settlement Saturday. . - the carbon available for heat in soft coal is gas the entire gas As you know, fully supply used for fuel and illumination in many cities and towns being made from common soft coal. of the fuel to pass up the chimney The ordinary stove in burning soft coal allows this unburned, thus wasting it as a heat producer. Cole's Original Hot Blast Stove, by means of the patented Hot Blast draft and other joints without the use of stove putty, distills this gas from the patented features, making upper surface of the coal, utilizing it as a heat producer along with the fixed carbon or coke in the coal, thus burning oil me coal, ims is way one-hagas-half air-tight jig Cole's Original Hot Blast Even Heat Day and Night temperature all the time. lignite or wood. I We guarantee Saves the Dollars and makes a ton of common $3.00 soft coal or lignite do the work of $9.00 worth of hard coal. t, do not save Your old stove and imitation Hot Blast are not the escaping gases and do not give you a warm house at night, because they are made with putty joints. You cannot afford to say to yourself, ine oiu stove is eaiwgup "ily oiu stove wu nave to.uo mis winter, the price of a new stove every year. Not only that, butontopof thecost unsatisfactory result it gives. It is always out the coldest uioruing. is the The Business Fabric of n community is interwoven into the prosperity of 'the banks. For this reason every hanker owes it as a duty to his depositors and to the community at large to encourage, care for and assist in the conservative and healthy srowth of the business interests of his locality Uov. Methony failed 'to fill his np polntment at Locut Grove Inst Sun day. What tho hindrance was Is not known. Tho Hickman camp of M. W. A gave u banquet nt tho City Hall Inst Tuesday night nnd thu Locust Grove camp attended. All report iv nice time; said thuro wns everything good 'to eat, and wouldn't euro If they were Invited again. O Fire Never Out Cole's Hot Wast Is so perfect in construction that fire will keep all night, and when the draft is opened in the morning will burn two or three hours No other stove does this. with the fuel put In the night before. Fire, therefore, never goes out, and the rooms are kept at an even Burns hard coal, soft coal, slack, OUR GUARANTEG a iarlng of In fuel over any lower draft atore of the me tlc, with toft coal or alack, a We guarantee Cole'a Hot Utast to use lesa hard coal for heating a clven apace than auv bate burner made with umeheatiiiir surface. heutcd to houra j Wr guarantee that the tooina can becuai put from oneiove two evening each morning, wun ine kii cuui or imru ine in ine uciorc. 4 We guarantee that the stove will hold fire with toft coal jo houra without attention. 5 We guarantee a uniform heat day and night, with aoftcoal, hard coal or lignite. aa loui; aa used. 6 We euarautee every ttove to remain absolutely air-tig7 We guarantee the feed door to be amokc and dust proof. U made with the understanding that theatove be The above euarantee operated according to directloua, and act up with a good tluc. We Are All of Interested in this matter of present and future growth our town and surrounding country but do YOU realize how much it is to YOUR advantage and that, no matter how small your income, YOU can help in this upbuilding by transacting your financial affairs through a HOME-bank-? Try it with THE- - Hickman merchants, ns usual, keeping right In tho lead with seasonable merchandise. No town In tho V. S tho slzo of Hlckmau can boast of such a splendid array of staple and fancy goods as aro now being shown by our local merchants, if you don't do your trading hero, you will bo the loser. Scan the advertising columns of this papor and glvo those progresmen your trade sive, town-bulldlu- g For Hard Coal The extent of unburned gases in hard coal is shown by opening the utaeazinc cover ot a base burner wuen the extra oxygen supplied fills the entire btove with flaming gas. joints, lite fact that no stove putty is used to make elves you perfect control over the drafts ou Cole's Hot Mast. radiatThe slow, economical combustion, and the large, positive ing surface make ,it thegrcatest hard coal stove made. fuel-savin- Saves Half They Invito you to do so, uud we'll guarantee they will "deliver the Would You Lose $50.00 In Fuel to Save $1.00 on the Cost of Your Stove? That is what you do when you buy a cheaply constructed, putty jointed, showy made imitation stove. Like all successful inventions, Cole's Original Hot lllast has many inferior mutations, avoid them. They all lack the patented features and careful construction, which make the Original Hot Blast a great success. They do not stay tight, and soon open scams ami cracks which render them worthless as fire keepers. See the name Cole'a Hot Blast from Chicago" on the feed door. None gcuulne without it. goods." O HlCJKMAN BANK Capital and Surnlus. SG5. r I 1 OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY. v Wo have u tip that one of Hickman's prominent young business men and a popular young lady residing on the hill will be married In October. Wo handle the colobratod Sauspa-rle- HICKMAN HARDWARE CO. Incorporated 000.00 l Flour, and guarantee every sack of It. Uettorsworth & Prather. MARRIED TWO M0NHTS, from a clear Like a thumlor-bol- t sky comes tlio announcement of tho For lerttu, locution or nlhtr Information ifiarrlago of Mrs. Pearl ltobcrti, of mil on or tlrrM Thit Itlrknmn Courier .... S..S. I .. t .. 1. .1. ... t 1. this city, nml Mr. Jack Kussol, of TTTTTTtTTtTTTTTTTtTtXTTTt Greenville, Miss., tho wedding hnvlng been kept n profound secret until I No, uli.room Tuesday, nt which time tho brldo, Arrn of (round, clit.ru. nuthnti, nlititlt liulldlngt nml Just beforo hoarding tho train for ft'1" V"P7LW!,l"s n.,'!' mV 1 i.',. n Memphis', mndo a iiulot announcement inkronir li.KiOi lairtu. owner ' I llvi hero mid will noil nl it ll lot of "tho affair lo noma of her friends. nol ilmU will show. lbs .'.This wedding of two months ago No, A Now lllim linua mid two ncriM of u joiint took place In Union City, Tuesday nrrtmrd, truml round. cittern and othr mirror-nifiitJmt wit of city llmiu. Will sell afternoon, July 13th, In tho parlors tMrsnln. Inquire, thUoRlr. of tlio I'nlnco Hotel, llov. J. O. CInrk sin CT No. Thl lot Include. 9 lioiitri nnd Iota officiating Mr. and Mrs. Win, Clark, In Wot llkkmnn. Ilmncerellcmiprn. Ilrrlr new ntxl for peopla who work rnonia, of. Trenton. Tcnn., wero tho only lilenllr lornteil rontnlnn S or four nt tliti fnctorr. Anr hoiue nml lot, Inclti'lln nil guests, and nil parties kept their M) improveiiienle. lie S. S. Farms For Sale city property: x gmnouuccuuutrj; Third Mal.?rlM For Magistrate: A. H. Lee; Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES For Representative: KlMl JiidlHM Citizens lf li.i 'H Frank S. M (X i. For Sheriff: GOALDER JOHN', National Insurance Company Believing that they WANT iuch & company; believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stock we will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date. The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday, July 26; and below are the amounts of subscriptions for each week; so-cr- life FIRST WEEK, AUGUST 2 SECOND WEEK, AUGUST 9 $200,240.00 THIRD WEEK, AUGUST 16 $345,000.00 FOURTH WEEK, AUGUST 23 . $469,460.00 FIFTH WEEK, AUG. 30 $6ol,7oo.oo TOTAL SIXTH WEEK, SEPT. 6 $738 ,220.00 Total Seventh Week, Sept. 13 $834 ,660.00 IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, W. H. GREGORY, Louisville, Ky. FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON. HICKMAN COURIER. Hickman, Ky. : Please send me full informotion as to the Citizens National Insurance Company. NAME ADDRESS . Life PROGRESSIVE DRIVE. Ou Thursday evening of last week, Misses Lucllo and Victoria Ilondurant COAL! COAL! Now U the time to lay in your winter's supply of COAL. Don't wait until the cold wave flag reminds you of your negligence. Pittsburg Lump Coal Bon Air Lump Goal Tradewater Lump Coal PricM made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam and Anthracite Coal, upon application. entertained with a progresslvo drive, complimentary to tneir attractive vis Urower, of May ltor, Miss Gal;) field. At eight o'clock fhp guests or rived and beforo starting pu Ujo drlvo were served with punch. I'ro gresslves wero mado to various places In the city, and sundaes and Ice drinks wero served at tho Hickman Drug Co. Tuibu who enjoyed tho evonlug wero Misses Ellison, Urewer, Carponter, Juayino Naylor, Battle Virginia Prather and Ireuo Holm; and Messrs. Drew Luten, Wit Ho Ambers, Opo Harris, Will Shaw, Iloland Amberg, Fred Case, Kurd Maddox, Goalder Johnson and Qua Alexander, Do-Uo- Make the Farm More Attractive. You can do this by Installing a telephono. You con make tho ou your farm Just as at- Hickman lc&& Coal Co. ; INCORPORATED. gM Mr ampfew-- tk. um of fall and Winter Let us put In your winter supply m we have of Coal now. After Sept. 1, the price Urcwt UkmUt, Um tractive to your sons and daughters as If you, were living In tho heart of a big city. Our oxcellont service aud attractive "Farmers' Lino" rates are not to bo compared with tho benefits derived. Call tho manager, Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company, incorporated. O W a4. Tlkr.. wlH go up. Hickman Ice A Coat Co. Now boost for illckmau'o bjg day. Oct. 20Uu For Sheriff. sugar, pineapples, tobacco, etc. Prices friends wherever known. run as low as .io an aero, CHAS. IfOOH Mrs. Ilusscll left Tuesday for Mem phis to Join hor husband, nnd will go For County Judge. NEW HOME BOUGHT. toTCrcenville to mako their home. Tho board of directors of tho Itu JAMES II. SA' ' ral Tulophooo Co., and tho commit n NOTICE: Tho Standard Oil Co too recently selected to purchase For Jailer. will hereafter deliver coal oil and houso and lot for tho telephone com W. F. BLAKE! gasollno on Monday, Wcdnosday aud pany exchange to uso as n jioruia Friday only. I'hono 51. Moso liar ncnt homo held a meeting Wednesday 1 kett. Agent. afturnoon, at which It was decided to buy tho Whitehead houso In which tho exchange is now located. Dr LUDICROUS MISTAKES. Whitehead agreed to fill under tho bouso and place ll In good condition (A Texas editor, while glancing ovei and maku a deed to tho place for tho the. papers, has discovered a number sum of J&70. of. eases wboro many good Inoffenslv His proposition was accepted and Juil think wtiai , , people bavo beep injured In various ' tho trado closed by tho de(Hsit of have in case your pr parts of tho anatomy. Hero aro go up in sm ike, vr.n 1100 cosh. Early Thursday morning few cases cited: While Miss Kins ried a policy in cne Dr. Whitehead delivered Uio deed to more, of East Wind, Ind., was coming r 'r tho company and received tho bnlauco panies you would nav down stairs Tuosday, sho slipped and to starth with again of tho contract price Fulton Com bruised herself on tho lauding. Amos morel u). Don't put this r i' ; Mlttlcby, of Woolpost, Kan., whllo Under tho I'arno tariff bill, tho ta you may be too late harnessing a fractious horse, was kick rift on print paper will bo from fit ed Just south of tho corn crib; ho Is to 20r whereas It was ouly C uudrr R. T. TYLER, Agent. ablo to be about again. Whllo Har Uio Dlnglcy bill, and tho funny thing old Green, of Iiulab, Miss., was cs about tho matter Is, It lilts tho J(o cortlng Miss Vlolot Uoof homo from a publican papors that worked them church sociable, Saturday night a sav solves' Into hysterics for tho success ago dog sot upon them and bit Miss of the Ilcpubllcana tlck.t Just as Goof four times on the public squaro Joseph Tutt, of Grtmmclsburg, Iowa, hard a Jolt as It does tho Democratic papers. It simply means something climbed on top of his house Inst liko forty per cent of tho country to find a leak aud fell, striking week nowspapers of tho laud will hnvo to on his backporch, causing serious In go out of business. Jurtua. Islah Trimmer, of Dolberry Neb., was playing with a cat Friday HlCKMAH, K when tho animal scratched him on tit ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETED. veranda. All arrangements havo beeu com Roorrjs and B ard j O plctcd for tho organization and In I REMEMBER. corporation of a company of 110,000, by the day or week Ir I remember, I remember tho houso 000, paid up capital, for building fortable rooms bath wfjoro I was born; tho olco of dad big lino of steamboata to carry pas Reasonable Rates !' that bellowed fprpi to rouso mo every scugors and freight ou tho Mlaslsslp morn; tho picnic that I always had pi river and Its tributaries. Tho when winter breezes blow, to cear stock has been taken by tho leading tho sidewalk of the snow; tho chores manufacturers, merchants and ship pers In all tho leading cities In thu I had to do. I remember, I remem days In school; tho Mississippi Valley, and tho first bpard bur, tho licking that I always got for breaking of directors will bo composed of 100 somo darned rulo; tho moonlight of tho most prominent capitalists In sleigh, und hug and kiss tho protty tho west. Mr. Kavannugh, president Doep Water girls benenth tho robes aud hay. I of tho remember, I remember, oh, no, I'll way Association, It Is believed, will not forget; I'd liko to wander back bo president of tho now company Sewing Machine People who aro In a position to know again to thoso old days, you betl predict that water transportation will, runs lighter than any In a few years, bo revived. other. Uo careful how you speak of a wo O man's character. Think how many tab RAISE MORE HOGS. yesra slip has beet) building it, of tho lasts longer than any toll and privation endured, of tho Hob Ingersol onco making a speech other. wounds received, and let no sus against prohibition to a crowd of clou follow tholr actions. Tho purity farmora In Illinois raised himself to of woman la tho salvation of the race an oratlcal pitch and said, "Why my ' iimorcheautifsilihiu the hopo of future greatness, tho re dear farmer friends If you destroy tho any other. demption of man. Wlpo off hor purl' llimor business what In tho common ty aud man sinks beneath tho wave sense can you do with your oceans , of despair, with uo star to guido his of corn?" A good old farmer raised has less vibration llfo Into a chnnncl of safety. Think up lu tho back of tho audlenco aud than any other thon beforo you speak, remember that said, "We will ralso moru hogs and tho bog can root up tho fairest flow. loss hell." A common farmer with cr that over grow, so the vilest man otio fell swoop of common senso had is easier to operate can rulr tho preftfost woman's answered and disarmed thotroat than any other. oratorical agnostic, whoso hopo was built upon sand. 0 lib 0The Harrodsburg Herald Is a inalcei a more p'rrc philosopher, as witness the follow When a man Is fully drosscd ho stitch than any other, Ingt "The biggest trust on earth wears 11 different artcoa Including is the country newspaper. It trusts his nccktlo and pipe. A woman wears everybody, gels cussed for trusting, 19 different articles In her hair nlono w the best of all commistrusted lor trusting, and If it and 67 other varletlea of clothing all bined in one, busts for trusting get cussed for of which aro hold In place by plus, busting. And there you are. Cut A man spends about twenty minutes FREE SEWING MACIIINrCO. ILLINOIS out this article and send it to us a day In dressing and awouian spends II CHICAOO with what you owe on inscription " four hours. A man couldn't put on you half, m o tho samo amount of clothing and an I mo Job, let chor It lu place with plaa In four If you want a first-clasFl work. UtkmUt Un woelu. - well. Mr. Husscl, It will bo remembered, was hero on his vncntlou a W this time, and returned to Oreen-villas unceromonlouRly ns If nothing had ever happened. Mrs. Russell would hnvo returned to (Iroouvllto w'lth her husband hnd It not been for worm weather, nnd for tho)Woxtremo this rennon sho decided to remain In Hickman until after tho summer months. Mrs .Uussoll Is well known to most ot .oilr readers, and wo deem It unnecessary to go Into details regarding her many good qualities and accomplishments. Sho Is 11 member of nno of'.tlio county's oldest and best fum Mrs and Is held la high esteem by 1. nor many menus. Mr. Russell, better known to must of lis as "Jack," Is a young man of good character .splendid business at talnmcnts and full of activity. For aVnumber of years ho resided In Hick. man and held sovcral responsible positions. At Orccnvlllo ho Is head bookkeeper for ono of tho largo cot ton- mills ,nnd as usual has many a . lime. I"nr down nml let the iiinney jrou re pnrliie out n rent sn townnU purchiuln n home. ThU tmipotltlon will Im open onlr n llmlteil IITU limy ltlnr nurchmcil nl Circuit Court Clerk. J. W. HORRls lime. No. M We linve it limited mini herof Inrse lllckmnn loci lot InanWent aneHlollnr-n-wee- thst limy l the pnrolin.cl pln llctter I tint) ptiltliisr ninner In Ilia Imnk. Vn thl plnit you rnn own n lot nnd linrdly lulu Ihf) money. Iluy one nnd build homo. If you nre rent, llctter InTCtllvnte k For Jailer. JOE t0ON(,N plna School Supcrintcndenl. MISS DORA SMII ? ....... proptMltlou liielndee two nice. No. Utile frmno re.lilenrei, loth new. In Wtil lllckmnn. Ikilh nre oui of the orrr-Dodlttrlcl til nil nnd dry. Kncli retldenro lint threo rooint, water worka, nnd Are convenient In town, Kllherof llie.eietUlence will I eold for Inn or txith for ST If purrhnier wnnu nnother retldence, which It locnteit neil lotlilt prorly, will tell the three nl 1 til. TIicm. price t nre rnth, No. C9. Twcntyflvo acres of land 3',i miles south of Hickman, well Improved, good four-roohouso with good barn two porches, now cistern, well and running spring, Good young orchard, l or tho man wanting a siimli place, this la oxact ly what ho Is looking for. Our price on tills for a short tiuio Is 1 1000.00 on easy terms. No. CI, This embraces COO acres of laud In Cuba. Will soil tho wholo as a plantation or In tracts as small as 10 acres. Located In 1'. Dal lllo Provlncln--note- d for Its production of hU County Assessor: CHAS. BEAM! 0unty W. A. Judge. R NAYL County Attorney: JAS. w Rom v County Court Clerk: S. T. ROPKR INDEPENDENT TICKET. Do You Carry Fire Insurance i Cottage g Hotel... f old-tlm- I.akcs-to-thc-Gu- Slogans FREE FREE JrFREE FREE tFREE FREE - bFREE s T$. 7ir . mii a 7 c Round Table 0;.-'. t'f,",ccnl tm Cnf0- - urn what rou noed. the 3 C 1 -- Kil ,H ''O1,,,V,l,0 01 . .. ,. i! Ml CO. that prescription. m Hick tirur ... T I' " till morning Homo . ni bUSi-C- i i.niri. 8C tin. . tc i II, Moore a sharo of your i', li' tirr auction sale a business trip roof! Cotton A tjuk ut d. U i 1 ' f do,,'t & Uv. J1 Adams. f j i - a,, t'1' worn-jjh.uslvy j t j spend o few days. l't Ite li.st time to bcslu raising Hickman loveu (j t.t it- oft' caat-- J i i.jubiiijt fixtures of all J .i. utiKk. Collon &. Si. -- j Si.r u el u . U Mt J'.-i- l Murray Is rtported ut bis home f'r tl. i ( Irlc, burvli. Seat. 24 th, Admission ' 1 ;. ;ca and wife lenvo today to attend tliu statu lair t . ..as I.' : n j 1 U U50I1 ii.RU n.J ; A.JiJay " and duuxlitcr from n visit to of tbu a passenner train, No. 1, nt King' ston. It nccms thnt tho engineer, ns well ns Mr Mognn, who was nn the engine with him, overlooked tho orOno of tlio naddost nnd worst ders to meet tho freight. Tho trnln wrecks In tho history of the Nashvlllo was running full speed to mnko tho UiiattnnooRa & St. Louis Itallwav oe tlmo nt Kingston, where It wns to currcd yesterday tnornlnR shortly bo- - meet No. 1 pnssongcr trnln. roro o o clock near rogrnni Slntlon Instead, tho passenger train, which 2S miles this sldo of Nashville. I'm. which was crowded, some of Its pas sengnr trnln No. 4, which Is duo In scngcrs being bound for as far destiiiicumnn m 1:30 p. m., nnd fast nation ns California, proceeded on freight No. CI, enmo toKcthnr nthlRh west nnd In n few moments No, CI, speed and ns a result elRht trnlnmen ono of tho heaviest nud fastest aro known lo bo dnnd. six of the freights on tho system, crashed Into bodies burning In the flro that fol tho pnssengcr engine lowed. Several others worn Inliinw! Tho nows of tho wreck noon ronch-cTho known casunttle nro: Nnshvlllo nnd Instnntly thero wns Wl Moaan, travellna engineer. consternation created. Tho loved dead and body burned. ones of tho trainmen nnd of the pasJoe Qower, enolneer on passenger sengers woro thrown Into nwful susrain, killed and body burned. pense for no ono know who had es Jeis Tsrklngton. enolneer on the caped and who hnd not been so fortu freight, killed and body burned. nate Knrly reports to tho city stat waiter Roach, messenger, killed ed that thri'o or four men hnd been In killed and several Injured. nd body burned, 8am Whlted, fireman on freight. tho morning It wns ascertained thnt killed and burned. eight had been killed nnd further thnt 8, B. Welp, head brakeman on somo of tho bodies hnd been consumfreight, killed. ed In tho fire. W. 8. 8taleup, mall clerk of Mar- A relief train nnd physlclnns wns tin. Tenn.. killed and hurried out of tho city ns soon ns L. T. Bailey, mall clerk of Martin, possible nnd n wrecker followed short killed and burned. ly thereafter. Another special loft All the passeiiKcr crew wern well at noon from Union Station. Chief known In Hickman, nnd wero n clev Ilozettn of the flro department of tho er lot of men. city dispatched nn engine to tho The Injured. sceno In order to put out tho flro In Hob Halley. fireman No. A. Nash. tho wreckngo. vlllo.wo ribs broken nnd left sldo In It Is said that hardly could n worao jured. placu for a tfrcck have been found. Kills Martin, conductor No. CI. As stated, thero Is n henvy graiTo Nnibvllle, Injured In bend and Inter-nnll- thero; In fact , n grade exists nil tho (may dlu.) way from Nnshvlllo to Whlto Hluff, Capt. T. Jobe. Ilurton. N. C. rlirht nnd the big freight wns coming with arm and shoulder bruised. n down-hil- l rush when sho struck tho W. I. Thomnsson. I'eachtree. N. C. pnssenger. A steep embankment at left shoulder and arm hurt. the point of tho collision added to It. W. Iloyd. Almond. N. C. right the serlousuesn of tho Jf.i!i for tho engines nnd n nuinbor of cars rolled shoulder and hend hurt. Mrs. I.. M. I ah. Tullahomn. right down tho bank In ono conglomerate mass and soon tho wreckage was In shoulder hurt. Mrs. Templo I.unsford. Murphy. N. flames, several of the dead bodies be Ing charred beforo they could be ro- C, shoulder nnd neck hurt. Mrs, A. C. TomassHon, Murphy, N. moved from tho wreckage. Tho mull car of tho passenger trnln C, left nnkle, shoulder and neck was consumed nnd all tho mall burn- hurt. Eight Men Killed and Bodies Burned In N. C. A St. L. Wreck. y HEAD-O- COLLISION. y0 Wait For Our 'Display of m "Gage 'and "Elsie ft Tailored and Pattern We will announce the exact date of display later. We are now showing a complete line Hats. of Ladies and Misses ready-to-wear BALTZER & DODDS D. Q. CO. INCORPORATED: VS SO USEFUL. MRS. ARTHUR KING DEAD. NOTED READER COMING. Mrs. Arthur King, one of tho highly esteemed ladles of this section, died at her homo two miles south of Hickman, at 10 o'clock, Monday night nftor suffering for many months with n trouble peculiar to her cox. Her I.j.j 1l Miu'k Jordan with LX'Ijl- itut Jail week t MjiitKoiuery. E, R. Ellison's fr your favorite study, Willie? Willie Well, you see, grandpa, t.he geography Is so big that when you've got it In front of you tho teacher can't see what you're doing. O . Solid oak Dining Chairs, 14.C0 a set Homo Furnishing Co. 4 Grandpa And why Is geography dr. k li lu New Madrid with t'..J wutk unloading that . , i !. Ar:r nays Ba, at Statu run io uer inier, Line. Cash Store is the place to buy HOME MISSION WORK. Tho. census bureau shows Uiat thero aro 32,936,445 church members In tho United States. This numberN Is 39.1 per cent, of our population. Tho Literary Digest has made a very neat map, showing that, If all the religious people were grouped in one part of tho country, they would fill tho Now England States, Delaware, Maryland, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. All of tho peoplo who have no ro' llglous affiliations would cover thu rest of tho Union. This means they would fill nil tho States west of tho Mississippi river, nud ulso, tho tlor of Stntos In tho Mississippi valley as far cast as Ohio. Again, this excellent paper suggests thnt thero Is posslblo work for tho homo missionary society rather than the foreign missionary society. Is tho prevalence of crime in tho United States duo to tho fact of G1.9 h per cent, of tho peoplo being New-Yor- i;:3 AjDiri V c! '.: r -j came up this week unuru no nan M' iictl logging outfit i.iiii. Better Goods at Lower Frices Selling for Spot Cash only, we CAN nnd DO make lower prices on all kinds of i I'd'.;-- ; In - ...11. Ul JUUU1C lUlftl t'll III I'll at il l' num. rir Air nmi Wednesday bliumate, . Miss Martha Fowlkcs, of Hoston, Mass., a teachor in the Kmmerson School of Oratory, and a noted reader, has been engaged to fill a date hero for t.ho benefit of the Methodist church on Friday night, Sept. 24th. death has been momentarily expected The entertainment will partake both for the past two weeks, as her enso of a recital and musicale, the latter was beyond the reach of medical aid. feature being executed by homo talDeceased was born near this city ent. From the Journal, at Dayton, Ohio, 59 years ago, and had spent most of her llfo In this county. Sho was tho wo clip this very complimentary exwidow of the lato Arthur King, whoso tract: "An enthusiastic and appredemise occurred some eight years ciative audience was present last ago. Sho was a good woman In every evening at tho Conservatory of Music sense of tho word. In her early days to greet Miss Martha Fowlkes the talsho became a member of tho Baptist ented reader. Tho program was a church at Poplar Grove, and lived a pretty combination of serious and humorous selections, nnd the versaconsistent. Christian llfo. Mrs. King wns tho mother of five tility of the reader left nothing to bo children, ail of whom survive her. desired. Too much cannot be said In They aro Krnest King, of Clayton; praise of Miss Fowlkes' work, which Miss Annetto King, of Dyersburg; was artistic and especially cultivatiMrs. Jus. W. Jackson, of Clinton; ng." The good ladies are Indeed fortunate and Mrs. S. M. Nalfeh and Mrs. L. In securing such talent tor this ocD. Thrclkeld, of Hickman. Funeral services wero conducted casion, and should bo greeted with at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon by a full house. Hov. Watson, of Union City, and Interment at Poplar Grove burying Tho little daughter, Sarah Francis, ground, where a largo number of sorof Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holcombe, died rowing relatives and friends assemat their home in Dee ring, Mo., Monbled to pay their last respects to thel day. This family left Hickman a few departed loved ono. weeks ago, and their friends will reThe Courier Joins tho many friends gret to hear of their bereavement. In extending sympathy to tho bereavTho llttlo daughter was 18 months ed ones. of ago; burial took placo at Deerlng. Jno. A. McCluro ing he tho tho left this morn- O .. . .j i... ' uia wi!n ... mauve at... Maya U 11 U MllUi Ull Dry Goods, Notions, - ... - , t lea nittuui: .HIM. I Ul ca uw auto. -'-J lllf uii III I'UllUll jllUU' ...WJ la "y . n ported as belnK very fruui tlio luflrmltles of uru luratuur Ul Novelties, Hosiery, Underwear, Millinery, Men's Furnishings, Ladies and Children's Fur'gs. Specialties of all kinds ! Tho tall goes with tho hide a nice for Louisville, from which placo will' start on his lecturing tour In brick house, park with spring house Interest of agriculture as one of and pavilllon, tho locust on tho Henry Addition will bo official lecturers sent out by tho State. Ho will be gone several weeks sold at tho auction sale tomorrow. grove-every-th- ing You Mtr-- . age nuvur swup . in im'i viusauiK a stream un- -u .mu. iumi iiii. iiiiiiir iiiiifiu -uv" uiucu auoui uorsus. New Assortments of the newest nnd best received every week and dispensed at members? peal. O Commorclal-A- p flever Wore Our Clothes - II... .. ..... cuon ..a.u , r.n h Of oin-fi- uommlsslou . . ttil.l. UI...I.. ooni is cuair- Ci'.'.t -- .... ..u touiorrnw nml nKiu.Int n. i0r lUu coiniuu elec- - - ournc. or Union City, .Millinery awua k AmborK'H atinlii ueru Thursday ' f iu uiou - iuv wuo contributes l "Wn tbu I'nlnco Hotel, larKo-0ri- (;, n-- 0110 l)f or West Tennessee, the st of ,., .I.,...,,,,,,. ra u'urord. j 4 tar ' ' IS, Johnson luff U.,tn..u. Tlip.i.... -Muiraia, Teiin.. to vlHlt Olio uas nun ,.f il... "Hid transferred nrriblo wreck of the N. Wt.ro at I'egram, Tonn. r r.t ,1 IfFBim vurui-- nf llnllnr.1 n 01I James or the .. the " " vnlted States -- not 'itcilon, but lu 1912. to Mrs. ' .NHTtnt. aai iiosor ma); apply for au Sru's-- ..." W s til i... nu,I1Pl, mWe OcWbir ntm tbu .,..ii.i uuu two wouklli At a conference, of tho attorneys for tho stnto ill tho night rider cases nt Union City, Wednesday afternoon Come nnd see us. It was decided to allow all of them You save money every time you come. bond in thu sum of $25,000, and Judge Jones Issued a cnll for u spetho first MonN. C, ed. Tho two mall clerks, L. T. Hat cial term of court for May TomaHson, Murphy, day lu November. ley and W. 8. 8tnlcup, of Martin, right arm hurt. and IM Marshall, Hon Wllllnms Mrs. Joseph 8. Lively, McMlnnvlllo, wero pinned In their car nud thui John S. lliitllff, who wero confined In met death. pralncd kneo. released, Haley, tho fireman ou No. 4, es- th. Jail at Union City, wero Mrs, John Dunn, Cumberland Fur required caped by Jumping. A portor and ex- having mndo bond to tho nace, noso hurt. amount. Mr. John Dunn, Cumberland Fur press messenger ou tho pnssenger Sam Applewhite, durrot Johnson, train wero Injured. Kills Martin, connace, noso hurt. Tid Ilurton, Fred I'lnion and Hoy freight, wns badly hurt. Mrs. 8m Warren, Nashville ductor ou thoget to hang. news nt Hickman of Itiinsoin, who wero sentonced Kffurts to scratched under right eyo. Huffman, slight tho tragic happoulng early rovoalod and llud Morris undHub Mrs. M. J. aillem, Nashville, to 20 years in tho extent of tho havoc that hud who wero sentenced brulso ou hip. who have been been wrought by tho Impact of tlu the ponltentlnry, and Following tho crush of tho powerI'egram Sta- lu Jail nt Jackson slnco they went two trains. ful engine's as they came together ou supreme by tele- th ro to appear boforo tho a grade tho track and roadbed wero tion could not bo reached court, when their cases were rovers-phone or telegraph. torn up lu u terrific fashion nnd wires l for a now trial, will also bo allow-e- d O In wero Instnntly out of commission. to mako bond. a fow moments tho wreckage wns In O METHODIST CHURCH. flames, nnd to tho horror of tho An old nccount book owned by n You aro cordially Invited to attend tragedy was added that of flro. While Jununry, 1SCD, tho Methodist church farmer shows thnt lu nt $13.50 per tho fatullty among tho crews of tho tho services at ho sold ten fut hogs Sunday. hundred. This wus a pretty long two trains was uppatlng, nono of tho next Subject for tho morning hour will price, and wo of today vould sny ho paBsongcrs wero killed. Is making money hand over fist, but bo, "Thu BolMleullzutlon of Man." So far as could bo ascertained in another pugo of tho samo book shows Sunday School at 9:45 a. in. that ha payed $5.50 for ten pounds of a hurried Investigation by tho authorio coffeo, $3.33i4 for ton pounds of ties tho wreck was occasioned by sugar, $1.78 for twelve spooU of A curtain Hickman girl with smalt passenger tho fact that No. 4, tho thread. $1.30 for a gallon of kerosene train, fulled to observu orders, which feet bus tho hammock swung where oil. Tho mail who raises $6 hogs is ovldoutly butter off. wero to moot No. CI ut I'egram, and It can bo' soon from tho street. e Bargain Prices ALLOWED BAIL. You cannot possibly understand what real tailoring means. We Could Tell You But actual experience is the only way to properly appreciate style, fit and the saving of money. The International Tailoring Chicago New York Co, London Berlin This is the greatest line ever shown in Hickman and we will take pleasure in showing you through. MILLET & ALEXANDER Men's Head-to-Fo- ot Outfitterc I 'mmz PICTURES Br dDOWJJ JLtUUlJ 8YN0PSI3. hi "Mm" Dan Mnltlam., on Ynfk l.ncliilor rluh. met nn attrac- iloor Janitor woman at tiff vptiricaMirwt lilm iho on lind twfn no O'llitR.in worn- within tnat day. u.in oiscovemi na flnirF nrlntft In dust on Ills nK, from till attorney. lon with a lttrr Maltland dined with nnnncrman. lil to t)n net out for ClrwnnMs,wain cet hla family jewels. During ms young to the country sent, lie met the woman In erny. whom ho had hli tuic.Nelon' club, tier auto had broken down, He fixed It. lly n ruse she 'lout" him. Mnltunil, on rencmnit nomr. surprised lady In Rray, rracklnic the nntr remaining nil KPmn. nnr, mi'm,.,,,,. crook, Pnntel took him for a Anlity the Jewels, and hli iafr. took therefrom forming a gave thrm to her, llrit In crime. The real Dan Anlsty, arniKht by police of the world, appeared cn the name nilnrdon. Maltland overenma him. He met the girt oulalilo the houie and they sped on to New York In her auto. He had the Jewell and she promlied to meet him that day. Maltland received "Mr. Snalth." CHAPTER V. Continued. Maltland accepted tho card and de rated his brows. "Oh!" he said, putting It down, his manner becoming perceptibly less cordial. "I say, O'Hagan." "Yessor?" Will half an "I shall be busy for hour satisfy you, Mr. Snalth?" "You are moSt kind," tho stranger bowed. "In half an hour, O'Hagan. you may ' Ni rcm-hln- in n p "Not that Kind" finnlth shook his hend. "Hut his departure was somowlint hurried. I can concolvo that ho might n'jnndon his Hut It wns not his." "Not Anlsty'a?" "Anlsty does not depend on such methods, Mr. Maltland; at.tlquntnd save that In extrcmo Instances, with a particularly stubborn safe, ho employs n high cxplostvo that, so far as wo can find out. Is practically noiseless, Its nntttro Is n mystery . strong-boxeHut such AJ yours at Greenfields ho opens by car, so to speak listens to tho combination. Ho was onco an expert, repu tably employed by a prominent Arm Henlly, of nafo manufacturers, In whoso ser.. . I "Why Mr, Snalth, I must confess' vice ho gained tho skill that has made "A confession would aid us materi- him what he' Is." "nut," Maltland cast about at ranally," dryly. "Tho case Is porploxlng. You round up a burglar sought by tho dom, feeling himself cornered "may police of two continents, and listlessly ht not havo had atcompllcea?" "Ho's no such fool. Unless he has permit his escape Why?" "I would rather not bo pressed," gono mad, ho worked alone. I presume said Mnltland, with evident candor; you discovered no occompllco?" "I- - Tho devil, no!" "but, since you say It la Imperative, Snalth smiled mysteriously, then fell that you must know " Snalth In"Why thoughtful, pondering. clined his head affirmatively. "You aro an enigma," ho said, nt . . . to tell the truth, I was a bit under the weather last night; out with length. "I can not understand why a party of friends, you know. Daro you refuse us nil Information, when say wo nil had a bit moro than wo I consider that tho jewels were could carry. Tho capture wns purely yours" "Aro mlno," Maltland corroctod. accidental; wo had other plans for "No longer." the night and well," laughing shortly, "I beg your pardon; I havo them." "I didn't glvo tho matter too much Snalth shook his head, smiling Inthought, beyond bcllovlng that Hlgglns credulously. Maltland flushed with would hold tho man tight." "I see. It Is unfortunate, but . . . annoynnco and resentment, then on Imptilso rose and strodo Into tho adyou motored back to town.H It wad not a question, but Maltland joining bedroom, returning 'with a smnll ennvns bag. so considered It "You shall see for yourself," ho said, "Wo did," ho admitted. depositing tho bag on the desk and "And came hero directly?" fumbling with drawstring. "If you will "I did." "Mr. Maltland, why not be frank bo kind enough to step over hero" Mr. Snalth, still unconvinced, hesiwith me? My sole object Is to capture a notorious burglar. I have no desire tated, then assented, halting a brief kit" tz-- it . rsuiviA ... two mora mlnnr, Malltsnfl, trussed, gagged, still unconscious, and breathing heavily, occupied n divan while his assailIn his smoking-room- , ant. In tho bedroom, cant keen In rrvtch tho least sound from without, wns rapidly mid cheerfully arrnylhg himself In tho Maltland gnty ntrlped flannels and nccossorlos even to tha grny sneka which had hern specified. "Tho lass chances one takes, the better." soliloquized "Mr. Snnllh." Ho stood erect. In another man's shoes, squaring back his ihouldors, discarding tho disguising stoop, and confronted his Imago In a "flood enough Maltland," ho commented, with a little satisfied nod to his counterfoil presentment. "Hut we'll mako It hotter stjll." A slnglo quick Jerk denuded his np per lip; ho htowed the mustache carefully nway In his breast pocket. Tho moistened corner of a towel mak quick work of tho crow's feet about his eyes, and, simultaneously, robbed him of a dozen apparent years. A pair of yellow chamois gloves, placed conveniently on n dressing table, covered hands that no art could makorcaembla MaltMaltlnnd's. And It was land who studied himself In tun In pter-glas- DANGER NOT CLOSE AT HAND PATIFU .... Think It Is not Hr-- I 7". group of men were dtscusrlpg tho oiling hi .5? 14 1 possibilities nnd dangers of woman suffrage All hut ono expressed the er fear that Iho movement was gaining cy i Jf momentum that In a comparasuch tively short tlmo this fair land would bo transformed nnd man no longer would bo mnstcr. Tho exception, a commercial traveler, with years of in iiiujiiiK uuuiaii nature, scoffed nt their alarm. teal "Don't worry," ho said. "Wo'll bo nd a doctor iM'd. safe for a good many years yet In all cot moro tlmn i rc" my trips about tho country I find that dragging paln ot the women travelers, hck almost dT,'"?"" h even those who aro self rollant enough sua to gallivant about alone, can't go to bed even In a sleeping car without me ci it.... . first looking under tho berth to see If thcro Is n man there. Bo long as " uT an aca trs. .t3c V r that primitive feminine Instinct survives our Institutions are sate." Over 100.000 . Few Years Men Will Run Thlno Yet Is the Prophecy of the Observant Drummer. A MnyWom.n ti.... ta n,.L ' --r'f- ct 1 cxiH-riuuc- It two-third- s ii,-- i,, - Kostcr-Mllbu- VALUE PAINTED ON. Woll painted Is valuo added whethhouse be built for oue thousand dollars or ten thousand. Well painted means higher selling valuo, and higher occupying valuo for there's an additional pleasuro In living In tho house that Is well dressed. National I.cad Company assist In making tho right uso ot the right paint by sending free upon request to all who nsk for It, their "Houseown-erPainting Outfit No. 49." This outfit Includes a book ot color schemes for cither exterior or Interior painting, a book ot specifications and an es wer tons of . lfU pier-glas- s. er tho Contented, the criminal returned to headquarters?" "Very good, sor." And the hall door closed. "So," said Maltland, turning to face the man squarely, "you are from police "As you see." Mr. Snalth motioned delicately toward his business card-- as bo called It. return." ' "Well?" after a moment's pause. "I am a detective, you understand." "Perfectly," Maltland assented, un- moved. His caller seemed partly amused, very slightly embarpartly but rassed. "I hare bcon assigned to cover the affair of last night," he continued blandly, "I presume you havo no objection to giving ma what Information you may possess." sag I A slnglo glance tho smoking-room- . assured him that his victim was still dend to (ho world. Ho sat down at the desk, drew off the gloves, and opened tho hag; a peep within which wns enough. With a deep nnd slow Intaka of breath ho knotted tho drawstring and dropped tho bag Into his pocket. A Joweled cigarette caso of unique shared the sarao fate. Quick eyes roaming tho desk the telegram form upon which Maltland had written Cressy'a nnmi and address. Momentarily porplexed, tho thief pondered this; tuon, with a laughing onth. seized tho pen nnd scribbled, with no attempt to Imltats tho other's handwriting, n message. "ltegrot unavoidable dotentlon. 1 titer of explanation follows." To this Maltland'a namo was slgno.1. "That ought to clear him neatly, If I understand the emergency." Tha thief rose, folding tha telegraph blank, and returned to tho bedroom, taking up his hat nnd the murderous cane as bo went Here he gntbtred together all the artlclos of clothing that bo had discarded, convoying the mass to the trunkroom, whero an empty nnd unlocked received It alt. That. I think. Is about all." He was very methodical, this crimNothing essential inal, this Anlsty. escaped him. lie rejoiced In tho minutiae of detail that went to cover up his trncks so thoroughly that his campaigns wero as remarkablo for tha da-sig-n kit-ba- a AFTPD m. juav DOCTORS s' Instrument for detecting adulteration In pnlnt materials. Address National Lead Company, 1902 Trinity Hulld' Ing, New York City, nnd the outfit will be promptly sent to you. FOR WET FEET. LvdlnP.PinL-linmMr.- - ble Compound i J VrilllmanUf.r -"" J r? tr ,1 Cured p -- II - , ... v f- - 3f- tut , , M... r'ti .... -- tat tacbt Jcj thl-j"tr- d. if n . f rm in ftrrc doctor :i k i ti it . 1r kj t 1 n, if! IV vii - ... ,.. - A Mi a . "Credentials?" The man's amusement was made risible In a fugitive smilo, Ty his small and neatly trimmed mustache. Mutely eloquent, he turned back the lapel of his coat, exposing a small shield; at which Maltland half-hidde- Glanced casually. "Very well," ho consented, bored but resigned. "Ftro ahead, but make It as brief as you can; I've an engagement In" glancing at the clock "an hour, and must dres3." "I'll detain you no longer thai Is essential. . . . - Of course you understand how keen we are after this man Anlsty." "What puzzles me," Maltland Interrupted, "Is how you got wind of tho affair so soon." "Then you have not heard?" Mr. Snalth exhibited polite surprise. "I am Just out of bed." "AnUty escaped shortly after you left Maltland Manor." 1 to mcddlo with your private affairs, but , . . You may truot In my discretion. Who was tho young lady?" "To conceal her Identity," said Maltland, undisturbed, "Is precisely why I havo been lying to you." "You refuso us that Information?" "Absolutely. I have no choice In the matter. You must see that." Snalth shook his head, baffled, Inchuckle lightly. "You noticed a resemblance?" ho re finitely perturbed, to Maltland's hidden delight. sumed. "Of course," said he, "the policeman Maltland, too, was smiling, "Someat the ferry recognized mo?" thing of the sort." "You aro well known to him," ad"It is really romarkable, if you will .permit me to say so." Snalth was mitted Snalth. "Hut that Is a side Isstudying his host's face Intently. "Hlg- sue. What puzzles me Is why you lot glns, poor fellow, had his faith shaken Anlsty escape. It Is Inconceivable." "From a police point of view," 'to tho foundations. This Anlsty must ;bo a clever actor as well as a master "From any point of vlow," said lnirglar. Having cursed Hlgglns root Snalth, obstinately. "Tho man breaks And branch, ho got Ills second wind Into your house, steals your Jewels" "This Is gotting tiresome," Maltland and explained that ho was Mr. MaltConcelvo HTgglns' posltloa. Interrupted, curtly. "Is It possible land! that you suspect mo of conniving at .What could he do?" tho theft of my own proporty?" "What ho did, I gatlior." Snalth's eyes wero keen upon blra. I "Precisely." "Stranger things havo bcon known. "And Anlsty?" "Once loosed, ho knocked Hlgglns And yot tho motlvo Is lacking. You over with the butt of a revolver, aro not financially embarrassed so Jumped out' of the wludaw and van- fur ns wo can determine, at least." Maltland politely Interposed his AnDy tho tlmo the, butler got ished. his senses back, Anlsty, presumably, gers bcttvoon his yawn and the dewas miles a ray. . . . Mr. Malt- tective's Intent regard. "You havo ten minutes more, I'm sorry to ay," land!" said Snalth, sharply. ho Bald, glancing at the clock. "Yea?" responded Maltland, elovat-la"And thcro Is another point, moro bis brows, ryfuslng to be startled. "Why," crisply, "didn't you send significant yet." "Ah?" the. constables tTbui Greepflolds, ac"Yes." Snalth bent forward, olbqws cording to yoor promlsef Maltland laughed uneasily and, looked on knees, bat and csno swinging, eyes down, i visibly tunbarraased, acting Implacable, hard, relentless. "Anlsty," with consummate address, playing the ho said, slowly,' "1 ft a tolerably burglar's kit In your library ." gajs for. all .he was vurtU;. and oujoy-I-n thick-headeg cou-plolo "Ah!" Mr. Snalth knitted his brows, evidently at a loss whether to ascribe Maltland's exclamation as due to surprise, regret, or relief. Which pleased tMaltland, who had been at pains to make his tone noncommittal. In point of fact be was neither surprised nor regretful. "Thunder!" he continued, slowly, "I forgot to 'phone Illgglns." "That Is why I called. Your butler did not know where you could bo found. You had left In great haste, promising to send constables; you failed to do so; Hlgglns got no word- la the course of an houn or so his charge .began lo choke or prctonded to. Hlgglns became alarmed and removed the gag. Ansty Jay quiet until his face resumed Its normal color and then began to abuso Hlgglns for aH Idiot." Mr Snalth Interrupted himself to "So," Said Maltland, Turning to Face the Man Squarely, Police Headquarters?" "You Ars from It bugelj-- "Wellhu's Isn't hot" eyes closed, faco robbed of ovory res-tlgof color, deep lines of agony graven In his forehead and about his mouth; then fell llko a lifelong thing, limp and Invcrtcbrnto. Tho Mr. Snalth caught him and let him gently and without sound to tho floor. "Poor fool!" ho commented, knocl-Into make u hasty examination. "Hopo I haven't dono for him. . , . It would bo tho first time. . . . Had precedent! So! Ho'j all right conscious within an hour. . . . Too soon!" he added, standing and looking down. "Well, turn about's fair play," Ho swung on his hnol and ontoron tho hallway, pausing at tho door long enough to shoot tho bolt; then passed hastily through the other chambers, searching, to Judgo by his manner. In tho ond a closed door attracted htm; ho Jerked It open, with an exclamation pf relief. It gave upon n large bare room, used by Maltland uh a trunk closet. Hero wero stout leather straps, and curds In amnio measure "Mr. Snalth" solectcd one from then) quickly but with care, chooilniE tho distance from Maltland and toying abstractedly with his cano while tho young man plucked at tho drawstring. "Deuced tight knot, this," commented Maltland, annoyed. "No matter. Don't trouble, plcaso. I'm quite satisfied, bellovo me." "Oh. you are!" Maltland turned; and In the net of turning, tho loaded hend of tho cana landed with crushing force upon his temple. For an instant ho stood swaying, clues ho did leave with mnllclous design, as for those that ho didn't. Ono final thing held his attention: A bowl of hammered brass. Inverted beneath a ponderous book, upon the desk. Why? In a twinkling he had removed both and wns studying the Impression of n woman's hand t.l th dust, nnd nodding over It. "That girl." deduced Anlsty. 'Not-leo- , poor Httlo fool! or she wouldn't have wasted time searching hero for tho Jewels. Good looker, though from what little ho" with a glance at Maltland "gavo mo a chance to act of her. Seems to have snared him. all r'elit, If slm did miss the haul. . . . Uttlo Idiot! What right has a woman Well, In this business, anyway? here's ono thing that will noter land me In the pen." As, with nlco care, ho replaced both bowl nnd hook, a door slammed below stairs took him to tho hall In an instant Maltland's Panama was banging on tho hatrack. Maltland's collection of walking sticks bristled In a stand beneath It. Anlsty appropriated the former and choso one of tho latter. "Fair exchange," ho considered, with a harsh laugh. "After all, ho loses nothing . . . but tho Jewels." Ho was out and at tho foot of the stairs Just as O'Hagan roached ths ground floor from the basement. "Ah. O'Hagan!" Tho assumptlON ot Mnltland'a Ironic drawl was Impeccable. O'Hagan no moro questioned It than ho- questioned his own sanity. "Hero, send this wlro at once, please; and," pressing a coin Into the rendy palm, "keep tho chango. I was hur-rloand didn't bother to call you. And, I say, O'Hagan!" from the outer door; "Ylssor." "It that 'fellow Snalth ever calls again, I'm not at homo." "Vory good, sor." Anlsty permitted himself tho slightest ot smllos, pausing on tho stoop to draw on tho chamois gloves. As ha did so his cyo flickered disinterestedly ovor tho personality of a man standing on tho opposite walk and staring at tho apartment house. Ho was a short man, of stoutlsh habit, sloppily dressed, with a dorby pulled down over ono eye, cigar butt protruding arrogantly from beneath a heavy black mustacho, beefy checks, and thick-soleboots dully polished. (TO UK CONTINUED.) d ' d Tho Chick What's tbo matter! Tho Duckling You'd cry, too. If your ma tnado you wear overshoes when you went swimming. LOW COLONIST FARES TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST. Union Pacific Passenger Dpart-rncn- t announces that Colonist Pares 3 'Sslgfe Lonipound to see what it w.-- j . T,il f Mn. M.I -I r ... .. .. - VI j- liraiUL 1JCXT1X. iirs. iW, Wimmantlc. C:m. 1 tm . irnMH 1.1 f I RVrUUlU VUUII'UUIHL m.adnri iilrpratlnn I, .. 1 31 mm buiilt i rum Uisriiacrrrifr'Ji fli w r will bo In effect from Sept. 16 to Oct IS, 1909, to all points In tho West and standard remedy fjr feralsiA VcgeUuIo Compottad tai Uo Northwest. it&. This year tho West looks more to at least pivo insi&ai i i lu promising than ever. Now Is the time iTocr ii amimiar.i to secure land at low prices, and. at uoi euro your tho same time, to visit the many Inter cstlng points In the West and North-west- , . rr 1 at which liberal stopover arrangements may be ma.de- Eliminates A better estimate ot raw lands can Inccri formerly, because be made now than thrso lands are In proilmlty to now farms that are producing wondtrful crops. Kor descriptive literature, write to K. I Omaha, Neb. Lomai, 0. P. A.. U. P. IL II, I ( "Chickens a Nuisance." "Chickens n nuisance," declares the Charleston News and Courier. What, fried? Hal tlmoro Sun. Chickens a nuisance? Yes, when all they Icavo of your garden Is a reminiscence; yes, when tho young cock, full ot tho Joys of life, rouses you In tho early dawn; yes, when somo vulgar fowl whips tho very Ufa out of your blooded pet; yes. when tho pip or other ailment worries tho amateur brccdor. Hut when frledT Novorl tint itiiaCsw i , GUN SPECIAL CDF HUNTINQ ,i I- -H MWIacbutfrB'Pts''1'. -- - $150 ' """SIMS Expectation. Ills Daughter Father, I wish you'd stay homo Mr. Hlowboy will want to ask you for my hand. Her Father Has ho really proposed at last? His Daughter No; but ho will Capudlne. Tha rmdy for (lrlpp and Colda ts Jllcka' Capudlnr. JUllevci tba achlus aod fvsruhnu. ("urea th alio. It'a LliuM-KnVImmllatly 10, Si and Ma ut Drug Htorcs. SuiBalli-ii- ... I,. ...a ii fel ... ' "$15: . - - JJS&fTiZSSZ $20.00 For Colds and Grlpp TULANE ..ixf 1ra a iuu" nlk II bt irvr oaLuu colil-llfr- tch ota What Did She Meant Ho was reading to Miss Ilaggs his poem on "I.ove." as printed In the lioomtown llugler. 8ho said: "Oh, cut it outt" Judgo. I1! n'-- - H- I., b,U ftK..I ";V v tarn J ... StrODEQlt Costly Necklaces. The most costly nccklaco In the belongs to world the' Counteis Ucnckcl, a lady welt known In London and Paris society, the valuo of which Is said to bo 1250,000. It Is really composed of three necklaces, each of historic Intercut. Ono was tho property of tho onjueen ot Naples, sister of tho lato Austrian empress; tho second, onco tho proporty of a Spanish grandee, whilo tho third wus formerly ownod by tho Kmpress Kugenle. Not long ago a necklace composed ot 411 peurls, In eight rows, tho property of tho lato ducheua ot Montrose, was sold for SCO.uOU. Tho Kiuprou Frederick of Germany is said tp have potiiCsacd A tiockluco pt 3S pearls, worth nt lerut $200,000; whlln Lndy lleheater's noelo luco ot black, pearls lti valued at about i25iOOO. No Man is Stronger Than His Stomach contained in food, which is the source of all physical I trenftli. When a man "iliMtn't fir I lull rlUlit."! when ha doein't tlern wnlt. I,n an unoomfortable Ieehn In tbo stomach alter ealln, li lanfuid, neryoui, irruau al, be is loio tbo nutrition needed to msko strenitu. A sirens' msn ts strong1 all over. No roan can bo stronf who li sufleria. from weak stomsch with its comtqucnt iodlettlon, or front soma other diieaio of the stomach and its axoclatrd orjsni, which itn pairs dUeitlon and nutrition. I'or when the stomach is weak or diioaied there Is a loss ot tho nutrition! ... ..A in Such a man should use Dr. Vltree't clitf Dhcovery. It cures dlientcs or (ho itom'ch lQtJt oran ot dlUftlon and nutrition. It enrleite ,l4.i tamoratea tho liver, itrcntthen the w"Iy"'.?t.Ttf TO the nerves, end eo UIVLS UIZILTU ZIXO STW "'"j.j.jcif . Till! WIIOLU ii i T may thereby make a Uttlo .it IIODY. eeceps ... ihil Hint HU.1.U... ..,, tb ur"u bier profit, ludredlenti rno'ca rP(r' NOTHING J II DOING. llll White Steamers Use Kerosene as Fuel 'fa! " Tcplcj Dnh t i of Many Kinds, by a Club. aerved llfiht rcfrenhinontii. ' L r i - , -- Thcro nro six l linnpon to the hiinlmnds do fortniKlit feasts. rn j bkc their 4J at even o'clock. ll maIK the young Are qulto tho kerchief nehemo worked i Hie 'a" Here substastlnls l what they old- : nrrvril from nn n the moat enticing and sweet pota- ( "I i f Ail cIiccbo sand-ii (.irnc hot blaoult, o Kcmh salad, with Ic r brnni served with 'J .it '8 ror urawii ,i.jal upplo tnrts d cream, black lu ley sugar sticks. f. - oung matron Ur .! In noma ono fancy work they wonr (c r personal The art of fine 1t r icH,iinly been ro-, cf ii 'b? ca .id napkins, daintyt r a''' tiocn of con-' v , cs-..- Tho hand beautifully nnd It wan found Hint thcro wore handkerchief from nearly every Mate nnd Homo foreign countrlca. Tho profit wan clear, n the enkoa and Ico cream wero donnted. Tho RlrU who icrved woro coquettlah handkerchief capa, with nprons mado fiom handkerchiefs So often I h.ivo letter" from girls ask InR haw to rnlo money, eseclally foi Sunday scIhmiI etniaes who want tc mnko ruonoy for u cortaln object. I think this affair mndu tho most money fur tho sinnllcat outlay. To Entertain "Frethmen." Tho folloWlnir tins been received from nn Intoreated reader of tlio do He I'd kiss you If I dared. Bho Well, don't you dnro to that's tbo way you feel about It BABY By Bolllnfj If HORRIBLY Create Side BURNED. Skin Alt Came Off of Face and Thought Her Disfigured for Life. Ons Hd Used Cutlcura: No Scar Left. "My baby was sitting bosldo tho fender And wo wero preparing tho full of breakfast when tho frying-paboiling grcaso was upset nnd It went nil over tno sldo of her faco and head. Somo ono wiped tho scnld with a towel, pulling tho cntlro skin off. Wo Ho tended her took her to a doctor. a week and cavo mo somo stuff to put on. Ilut It nil festered nnd I thought I tho baby was disfigured for Ufa. used about thrco boxes of Cutlaura Ointment and It was wonderful how It healed. In about flvo weeks It was better nnd thcro wasn't a mark to tell wbcro tho scald had been. Her skin Is juit llko velvet. Mrs. Ilaro, 1, i t n UJ c 0 ir taiil. Tho rulca INVITATION". nt aupper, or din-- ' : Iolcss chooses; Vor funtoon WrMncmliiy nest lIlrdwtXKl l'Uee; Ono of the IS nrlr In thfi sflnrnrMtn f ten ) ' The Grow Young show your i evening In the iii'-tr- e thro to eltlral a Uk well dona; ; "io relaxes and linn n.l (with lirlp et Ituth arnt ICatt) "r t'mc Ily tho wny, N w joys tlwt nro to wmr, .r i are vary sans-- t 1 ta I p. in. at South C HI. i;u"c I of furnishing In fair but not In bright It 8. V. P. far ahead of In ilark l.' but not In light; a ... irs ago. In nar Vut not In far In sailor hut not In tar; In cboota but not In plrk vnn rair vi uiutci. In Tom but not In Dick; a' j mreptablo And In rod but I tot In wrtti. ' r few things per- - In fun but net In flclit; i rc a' k n.an tu plvo n My vrlwlo tnlxt you anJ m's n ll hy. rr Krrowpanlcd To hold ua till four )rars pa 3 MAIMMU MUltlU ' ' . at oiea aiiiaircr i r partmcnt: This Invitation rolled nnd Incloned In n peanut shell tied with tho high school colors shows the way In which girls entertnlned their friends ol tho prospective freshman class. You have so many requests for things ol this sort I thought I would send It After games, etc.. tho party wna led to ii tent nt tho back of tho house, over which wns a big sign "refreshments." During supper onlgmas wero passed llko tho Inclosed. As favors ltttlo pea the hearts of nuts were given In the high school Tho girls used tho figures Henry St, South Shields, Durham, f' r tho happy colors, ;i smoke, play 1913, but just the school pennant England, March 22, 1908." II. U. K Ctwm. Ourjk, Sola rropa, Dottoa. fsUar Dnz nil av bridge. At tnlKht ho uted. to -- c t A Question , ltj,lr A-- H-- ff: M-- nHr i Hetty's uncle, who was n school teacher, met her on tho street ono beautiful May day and naked her If alio was going out with tho Maying party. "No, I ain't going." "Oh; my llttlo dear," said her uncle, "you must not say 'I ain't going.' Tou must say, 'I am not going,'" nnd ho proceeded to glvo her a llttlo lesson In grammar. "You aro not going. Ho Is not going. of Grammar. m -- " ml lht lrnfkl. r v, ' n.Ur nRt kind, r w- ' kuw iruilt; d tJm 11 T T Wo nro not going. You aro not going. They aro not going. Now, enn you say all that, Hetty?" "Sure, I can," she replied, making n courtesy. "Thcro ain't nobody going." Lutheran. Cars In Preparing Food. Jr s. V tr t t ii it . :: - sI - r t.i urrhM the twIlfPt r ; i ti r. -- It Was His Way. A Kansas farmer was telling recently about tho eavesdropping that goes on along tho farmers' telcphono tine he Is on. Ho said that whenever ho talked ho could hear tho "click, click" of different receivers coming down. "And you can bet," he amended, "that they never hear my receiver coming down. No, sir; I alwnys hold on to tho thing nnd let It down so ensy that It doesn't click!" Kansas A Hlndltrr hl.f Smock Frock. . C T City Journal. a - ... I b mis wnu t nnu nieuceil For the small girl thero nro frocks locn, ciinmy of tho smock order, with wide sailor Too Conscientious to Rest. uuioum in inn way: collars and a belt running through "And whero do you go for your .. iHiiuiuuiu town ami straps of tho material. Tho collars summer vncatlon?" m iiuiiit" in uonnin-aro embroidered In dull shades of pink "To tho nsscmbly grounds." i mi nrucio mnilo rrom and blue In quaint llttlo designs and "What n delightful period of rest i men iney nrrnnpiwi floral effects, nnd there: nro collars of ELd . relaxation you must anticipate." it,- - -- v, " on somo of tho wlilto .i covin with dull blue or roso "Ob, not at nil. Wo always make cs djy tbey caro n llliln smocks embroidered or braided ta It n point to attend every lecturo." ..ii vy ono ortlioglrUand tone. Cleveland Plain Dealer. 1 ..-- i n tnMt ilmflB: 111, ' nt4y ' ranr. W m lb season. 'fr (MiU(t nl Veils nro left floating Instead of '" being tied under tho chin nnd around W r. Int; '" tn.ih In lojrl tho neck as they were last year, Illack crinoline bats servo for some 1a ' wk mile fcle. of tho smart tailored models, trimmed with whlto rajah or crepo do chine. II' T rTl? p l.n tir n niiin frtr A pretty opera ban Is of pink satin r tngetlier nt ono with a gold cord, nnd decorations of iv. (.I,-- . It. hand pnlntcd wreaths In dainty Louis 1 I. coloring. Satin charmeuao remnlns the favor-It:ir"Crr-- t r. a Btniill -D,, ' fabric for ball nnd dinner gowns vj .i, n V nIA ' ' f iuir tl UIUIII1U UI and, In fact, for evening gowns of all ri '' t I.,... it iiiiu Ul tl- - descriptions. "'"f r " n wrnt from the end of Ono novel arrangement of thosleevo Is to cover tho stitching with a row "5 t U r "!.lr rnrnriiil f1.i. of soutacho braid, ending undor a I t- in small, flat button. T tn :n banket weaver for Colored net or tullo slcercs havo n k : -- a The plaro card wero lining of cream chiffon or net. This .Tl!0 baikoU were filled gives just a charming softness through tho outer mesh. T - r..wM Arc htln; n-- Imitation Cluny laeo In linen makes cflectlvo trimming for wash dresses. Tho tunic Is becoming an part of the dress of tho present l''r - o In recent years scientists havo proved that the value of food I measured largely by Its purity; the result Is the most stringent pure food laws that have over been known. One food that has stood out prominently as a perfectly clean nnd pure food and which wns as puro before tho enactment of these laws as It could possibly bo Is Quaker Scotch Oats; conceded by the experts to bo the Idoal food for making strength of muscle and brain. The best nnd cheapest of all foods. The Quaker Oats Com pany Is tho only manufacturer of oatmeal that has satisfactorily solved tho problem of removing the husks and black specks which are so annoying when other brands are eaten. For hot climates Quaker Scotch Oats la packed In hermetically scaled tins. 1 keeps fresh and sweet anywhere. THE WHITE STEAMER WniCn MADE A SUCCESSFUL rUBMC DEMONSTRATION OF KEROSENE AS FUEL ON THE RECENT 2G50-.MILGLIDDEN TOUR. Tho most Interesting announceTbo completo success of tho new amount of fuel used on . tha trlf ment ever made In connection with fuel while on the public showed that kerosene Is at least tho nutomobllo industry was un- test and tho advantages gained fifteen per cent, more efficient, galloa doubtedly that mado a month or two through its uso wero well described for gallon, than gasoline. Tho car la ago to tho effect that the new models In tho following dispatch which tbo other respects made a most creditable of tho Whlto Steam Cars could bo run correspondent of tho New York Sun showing, and there was the usual rivon kerosene, or coal oil, Instead of sent to his paper at tho conclusion of alry among the observers to be asgasoline. signed to the Whlto so that their Evcryono nt onco recog- tho tour: nized that tbo uso of tho new fuel "A feature of tho tour which was could rldo with the maximum of comwould add materially to tho advan- watched with special Interest was fort. Tho only adjustments or re tages which tho Whlto already pos- that tho Whlto Steamer used kcro-scn- pairs charged against tho car during sessed over other types of cars. or 'coal oil,' as fuel Instead of the long trip were tightening a lubri Thcro wero somo people, however, gasoline. Tho new fuel worked cator plpo and wiring a damaged mud guard. These penalties wero not In who wero sceptical as to whether or splendidly throughout tho not tho new fuel could be used with journey, and nil claims made In Its flicted until more than 2000 miles completo success, nnd, therefore, tho behalf wero fully proven. First of had been completed with an absolute makers of tho Whlto Car, tho Whlto all, as regards cheapness, the Whlto ly perfect score." Company, of Cleveland, Ohio, deter- driver secured kerosene all along tho A particularly interesting feature mined to mako n public demonstra- routo from G cents to 10 cents cheap- of the new White Steamer Is that tion of tho new fuel In tho 1909 Gild-de- n er per gallon than was paid for gaso- either keroseno or gasoline may be line. Secondly, the new fuel was used as fuel. The necessary adjustTour. From tho standpoint of the public, handled without any precautions, and ments so that tho fuel may bo changed no test moro satisfactory could have It was not unusual to seo keroscno from keroscno to gasoline, or vice been selected. First of all, tho dis- being poured into tho fuel tank while versa, may be mado In a couple ot tance covered on the Olldden Tour, tho crew of tho car and an Interested minutes; but so completely successful from Detroit to Denver and thence to crowd stood by with lighted cigars has kerosene proved to be, that It la Kansas City, was 2C50 miles. This and cigarettes. At the finish of tho not believed that any purchasers will was certainly moro than sufficient to tour, tho Whlto was tho only car per care to uso gasoline. The White Company report that bring out nny weaknesses, If such bad mitted by the authorities to enter existed. . Still more important was Convention Hall, where tho technical tho demand for their new steam can place, both tho took without and the tho, fact that the car wns at all times examination exceed their most while on tho road under tho supervi- draining Its fuel tank. Thirdly, tho expectations. It is evident that sion of observers named by thoso now fuel proved to be absolutely Fourthly, the combination ot steam tho powwho entered other contesting cars. without smoke or smell. Therefore, It would havo been impos- kerosene could be purchased at what- er which everyone understands and sible for tho driver of the Whlto to ever part of tho route was most con' has confidence in with keroscno have even tightened a bolt without venlent, and not once during tho trip the fuel which everyone has on hand tho fact being noted and a penalty in through tho ten States of the Mlddlo and can handle without any danger Is appreciated by thoroughly flictcd. At night tno cars wero West was thcro found a grocery store purchasers of guarded by Plnkcrton detectives and whero kerosene was not readily and Finally, the could not bo approached by any one. cheaply obtainable. E 2CC0-mll2CS0-mil- o $2000-modJlOOO-modsan-guie at When the Umbrella Took Fire, Thomas Simpson, the Detroit malleable Iron man, Is a grave and dignified person, but onco be mado a joke. Ho was- sitting with a party of friends, ono of whom was smoking an enormous cigar. Tho friend had difficulty In keeping tho cigar going, and by his repeated lightings bad frazzled tho end of it until It was about twice Its original size. Uut ho kept bravely i - 1 For Health trouble? If you are, you want to get well, don't you? You wish to get rid of the pain and the misery so you may enjoy good health and be happy. Thousands of other ladies, suffering as you suffer, feeling as 3ou feel, have successfully used n that medicine for women, Cardui. They all say Cardui is just what they needed to relievo pain and bring back health. Vhy not try Cardui yourself? well-know- It. " Suddenly Simpson began to laugh. "What aro you laughing at, Tom?" asked another member of tho party. "I was wondering what Jim would do when that umbrella ho is smoking begins to blaze," he said. Saturday Evening rAic you one of the many women who suffer from some of those ailments which are caused by femalo Post n.... -- I . Brooklyn Flag Factory. One of the biggest official flag factories In tho world Is In the Drooklyn navy yard. Between eighty and ono hundred women work thero nil the year rounzd making flags for tho use of Uncle Sam's fighting ships. They uso up 120,000 yards of hunting a year and fashion OS different kinds ot official flags. Tho flags cost (90,000 n year. Rough on Hats, unbeatable exterminator Rough on Hen Lice, Nest Powder, 25c Rough onDcdbugs,PowderorLlq'd,25c, Rough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 25. Rough on Roaches, Pow'd, 15c.,Llq'd,:5c. Rough on Moth and Ants, Powder. 25c. Rough on Skectors, agreeable to use,25c E. 8. Wells. Cbomist. Jersey City, N. J. On Hill's Twofers. Ilencon Is Shndby much of smoker? Hill Not at home, but you ought to seo him when ho comes over to spend tbo evening with me! n the. The Woman's Tonic l. ..in nan a century. i i OK 170 Perfume Sachets Examlno carefully every botuo of CASTOHIA a safu and suro remedy for Infants and children, and seo that It . SITjt ..SU SIgnaturo o f LjC-ATZyyXiAIn Uso For Over liO Years. Tho Kind You Havo Always Sought. Z Important to Mothers. ihn Tttnr-- a yf rV Prepared from x -- o rnirn YnfTofn ,bin inrrtwlinnts if nnnnnfy - a- possibly hurt you. On tho other hand, it is almost sure to help you, judging by its success of more than i Caller Why Is your servant going Wasn't Settled. about the house with her hat on? Mistress Sbo only camo this morning and hasn't yet mado up her mind whether sho will stay or not. Harper's Weekly. I havo lived to know that tho secret . ' of happiness Is never to nllow your energies to stngnate. Adam Clarke. Do your feet ever feel tired, achy and fore at night? Rub them with a little Hamlina Wizard Oil. They'll bo glad in the morning and to will you. ' NL' .iMr --"'',4V' foil re J O v lu r llu ' I For Headaehe Try Hicks Capudlno. Her string la soon worn out it a girl Whether from Coldi, Heat, Stomach or Nrrvoua trouble, tho schea nro peedlly has too many beaus. ralleveU by Capuillne. It's to Immediately. 10, a IN TIIK RlIMMKIt SKASOX ehlMrrn ur.rtnJuU. In iln frulit villi ttnraaeh and Wo ut Drug Stores. tliuula htfeoii IiauJ ftnktac'oneqiit.ic;n.uthri Uo tuu Uhi boMt. Speaking nf literature, many a It's too much to expect cross-breman's lovo letters havo mado a dedogs to bo amiable. cided hit with u Jury. Uquld-pleoi-ant take-KtT- erta Note this letter from Miss Boyd Richardson, Danish, N. .0. Sho writes: "I was sick in bed and could not stand on mv feet more than just a little whilo at a time. !Aiter taking thrco doses of Cardui, I began to mend. Lifter I had used it for a week I was walking about. I belicvo it is a wonderful medicine" Don't wrait try Cardui and get well. i ill.,., f ct t . ft,; i . rV?." I "thr-T,,.- nro nra()nB hoso things that nro always useful at homo, "" ng ,,roU'r lltlI articles that can ho uiado In aparo momenta n'" 'or Presents or for sale nt barors. hcws two very practical sachets that should, of course, ho llcTh0 chlt'f feature about them Is. that both th " ' uni tno flowers embroidered upon them Indicate the - Mr. 'Wlnalow'e Roothlnjr Byron, l reilgce tMlbtai. for tttldraaluriiHtui, wnru in luni, SMaUutu. cur vtaacuUu. hwutUiM. A I'cllot a. tmall. iunr-nwleana luilfonl tak rand, UunutKripo. Utvf ail Pr. rtem'a lwI. kiuiusca, to flOnPC MJfJr make M ikwoHlimntaIaanl WtW DISCOVKRYl qulrlrU.n4cummitcM.. daja'llwtinrnt HIKU. KlTM 10 ' I ilul K. ATLANTA. U A, St Paul's Cathedral, London. guilty consclenco Is apt to bo Its sured for 1175,000. owu excuscr Is In DEFIANCE Cold Wa Starch tiroz. laundry work u pleiuuru. IS ! I fctulubl fur printing ta newtpajwrtsr un hUtlorwrj lub.Ubrtof wUlLiiourarilrnJ dotlwprtmUiMC. WW K4I-WUT1II I MO I. UTTtK KXTL, A EE. $1 Up. HALFTONES NO. 09. rir pkit. lUo. W. N. U., MEMPHIS, i- Ti - k rr rv, rj, r .cn ,he ' ' ow . 4'? - ( Bnd fdgcd with a silk cord of a dark violet color, lh" fBht la covered with pulo pluK satlu, and edged with a "h two loses ombroldcrcd upon It, ono above and odo. ,rc"e" A number of thego llttlo sachets inado to represent '3C3 'a mado of palo vlplct satin, embroidered with two ,nev contain would make a protty piece ol color upon ouuuiu sen WOIL lecauB of shoo ugly, grizzly, (tray halra. Uo "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. a PRIOR, tl.OO. rotalL I THE - LYRIC TONIGHT i Three Nights and Saturday Matinee THE FRANK DUDLEY STOCK COMPANY FRANK DUDLEY supported by Miss Cora Belle Bonnie and a carefully selected company of 20 recognized artists. PRICES: USEFUL, AFTER ALL. 25, 35 to have your - AND 50c Ladies Free tonight when accompanied by one paid reserved seat ticket bought before 7 p. m, J TICKETS ON SALE AT HICKMAN DRUG COMPANY Hero Is something that will InterHIckmnn friends est our A Chicago physician has discovered that the onion has wonderful medicinal properties, and that a drop of tho Julco will cure earache, toothache, and Is a dead shot for nervous disorders. But the most startling discovery he makes Is that onion juice will make hair grow on the baldest of bald heads. And that is not all that anions are good or Md for. They kill companionship and put distance between friends. They break engagements and separate lovers. They make Laredo famous. They cure the tameness of hash and make chile, con came cheap and possible. bald-heade- d prescriptions fitted Qick' ly and accurately take them to If you wish To Parents. It Is unreasonable to expert an adult from long Idleness to bo entirely Innocent, and much less that of n child y While wo would not keep a child -steadily employed, yet it should cerHope on, hope ever, hope for tho tainly have some duties. From ap' best. ( pearances, there nro so mo boys who nro nt homo but for their meals nud Idle boys aro tho timber convlctH to sleep. Thoy can bo seen nt any aro nindo of. hour of tho day, loafing In groups about town or making their way out Dress slowly when you ' nro In a of town to spend the dny who ran say how or where? What can we exhurry and savo tltuo. pect ns a result? Can we expect to see boys of tender, Impressionable llvo In tar iL nnd they do mind what you In your thoughtlessness Ignore They rcinrm too, often nil llxir ber lives, and It Is the part of wisdom to ncqulre and cherish the love and respect of tho little folks. .. ' l MODI -- HIDESFUR rrslhrrs.TilIau.tni. rcJl are O Cowgill's Drug Store where you may get your Drug wants at any hour BAY OH NIGHT o MONEY TO LOAN. Drslrn. ... i- -. 1 ill's Drug store Don't tho cellar, hut on the houso top In God's bright sunshine. O (Incorporated) Frank Dudley Let us figure on that Fall or WinSept. ter Suit. New line of samples just arrived. Schmidt, tho Tailor. the Lyric. Fight todny's battles Instead of planning brilliant campaigns for tho Co., future. Tako good caro and bo thoughtful of mother, sho may not bo with you tomorrow. S I loan money at the rato of 5 per cent per annum on farm1 lands In Oblou and Weakly counties, Tenn., and In Fulton county, Ky. About one half the cash valuo of a farm will be loaned. Loans mado In sums of or afore for five years with privilege to borrower of paying same after age, under such conditions, make one year In full or making any also worthy. Intelligent, Industrious, chris- partial payment desired at Intervals tian young men? And whore Is the of six months after tho expiration of parent who does not desire to see his one year, Interest being stopped on boys make such niyjiT Thuri bo upj partial payments mado. Call on or and doing, for you have a sacred duty, wrlto. given you to perform. Do not tell ntu O. SI'RADLl.N. Union City, Tcnn. you have so little time. You do man O tilings, less Important, which absorb Tluwaro and stove fixtures at your time and attention. Iot theso & Prathor. tilings go, but do not neglect your $1,-00- 0 Write lot Vrrl'r N.J., I puijUjt. Utlursaiolsiptrtt m.SAUELASONS, r. IMiE.Mirt.ttH tOiamitn Mlsnuui Into ff- IS who nr. are lll)l- nn offrns 3 a .1 -... 4 , ' L cm IIW to I claaretlm (Hiforevd 1 :.. , TAIll'INK for Sic pjr bottle lUt.ii k I iJ : Sprinkling Rates For 1909 The sprinkling rate for the season, be- My boy, my girl, remember there Is boys. uo surer way of sizing you up than b noting tho company you keep. Klndhearts and willing bnnds will do more towards making a model home than all tho wealth this world affords. Tho best capital for n boy Is not money, but tho lovo of work, slinplo tastes and a heart loyal to hU friends himself and his God. Words to Teach and Comfort. ginning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1909, in residence section, is 50 foot front and under . . . 8c for each additional foot. $6 $6 Business house rate, each door This is payable in advance. If mothers would only renllzo tho full significance of tho truth expressed in tho trlto saying, "As the twig Is bent Uio trco Inclines," the next generation of men nnd women would surely bo better In every way, for It Is true that tho future well being of tho man or woman, physically, mentally and splrltunlly,jlepejida upon the thousand nnd one llttlo nets of seeming unimportance that make up the child's dally life. It is the home training tho child receives that mukos Its future "for bettor or for worse." We do not know whether It Is false prldo, false education, or a fashion have drifted Into, but It Is plainly; true that our girls mure and more If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INGOHPOUATKll IDoes not Color tho Hair Stops railing Hair Destroys Dandruff IncrprflPnfc AYER'S HAIR VIGOR cplkum Sulphur. An CICRant Dressing Makes hair Grow GfyctHn. Qulnln. Sodium Chlorld. Sjft- - Alcohol. Walcr, Perfume. A hair preparation made from this formula it harmless, yet possesses positive merit. A hair food, a hair tonic, a hair dressing. Consult your doctor about these hair problems. j. t1 Atr-- comfaht. iiwrii. sum. "SAIMSPARIEL" FLOUR "CREAM OF THE WHEAT" Sold by most grocers. Every sack or barrel positively guaranteed or your money back. Nothing equal to it (or fine pastry. Take no substitute. A less expensive but good flour is our high grade patent STAR." Try it Also corn chops, wheat bran ,etc. 1 C. H. BESHERS, (Successor to Beshers & Jackson) MOSE BARKETT, Agent. v shun housework, and many of the uuw homes In theso days do not promise uninterrupted happiness from HiIh cause. Tho girls lire urged to try their hands at everything but the work of tho homo tho most needed James, 3. and healthiest pursuit of all. Whore-ove- r It you find yourself losing con'l-dunc- e there Is content and pence, there In nion, read I. Cur. 13. must bo u good hbino. It Is Imposs! It people pelt you with hard .wonlx, bio for n family to enjoy life If tho read John 15. food Is poor, the buttons off, and If you nro getting discouraged about things generally In confusion. In your work, read I'aalm 126 uinl Gala every household whore love nnd hap Hons 0:7-plness abound, there Is mostly n wo If you aro out of sorts, read He nun to be found looking after details brews 12. und sparing no pains to have things comfortable and Inviting. O The Working Girl. How many Impositions wo uncoil "The girl who works God Moss her." Sho Is bravo and active; slio Is sclously place upon children I When not too proud to earn hor own living; small, they aro subjected to kisses, shu Is not ashamed to bo found at hor tosses, poklngs, rocklngs, and a muldully task; shu Is Btudlous, painstak titude of intlmncles that would bo ing and patient; she million from be roundly resented by older heads. Then hind tho counter or tho dosk; hor as they begin to grow, year utter yen smllo Is tho reflection of celestial they nro treated on overy now occagrandeur and eternal bliss; there Is a sion with "Why, how dreadfully you memory of hor own sown Into (inch do growl How frightfully tall you silken gown; sho Is llko a beautiful aro gutting! You look oxaatly like mountaineer; her character Is puro as your aunt Nancy, or your grundfuth-or- ! tho bubbling springs, strong as tho Or, wburu do you got red hair? rock from which It flows, and ns high Or the freckles? Or tho snub noso? as tho mountain's topmost pinnacle. etc." Personalities uru not pleasant Tho sight of her should bo a fine In- to adults, evon to experienced person spiration for us all. lfer hands may who havo learned to meet calmly, or bo stained by dishwashing, sweeping, parry such Impertinences, but to chilfactory grease or printer's Ink, but is dren thoy are positively painful, as an honest and helping hand; It stays their blushes often testify, and tend mlstortuno from many homes; it is to wako thorn bashful and dislike to one shield that protects many a for meet strangers. Pray treat the little lorn family from CUo atiyluni, All people with perfect politeness mid I consideration, for they aro sonsativet honor to tho girl who works. with tho bluos, read I'aalm 27. If there Is a chilly sensation about tho heart, read Rev. 3. If you don't know whoro to look for tho month's rent, road Psalm 37. If you feel lonesome and unprotected, read Psalm 01. It tho stovo plpo haa fallen down and tho cook goes off In n pet, put up the pipe, wash your hanils, and read If you aro down J " Do you know of any woman who ou r rrc.vd mt Vtotalle u benefit from taking Lydia E. pound?" ' If any woman who is suffering with any ai'rcnt ptrQ' K to her sex will ask her neighbors this cii'i-- t "i, " surprised at the result. There is hanllv a .'!" this country where women cannot be found y WjD restored to health by this famous old rii '( exclusively from a simple formula of roots and lv as. During the past 30 years we have published t' of letters from th(f rmi'fnl u'nninii u ho luu hi" CKW ncwr by Lydia E. Pinkham'. Vegetable Compound, and in all that time have we published a tcstm iw 7 the writer's special permission. Never liavt wo Y' wir6) and gerunt published a testimonial that was not truthful u Merc is one just received a few days ago. If an u rt d that this is a true and honest statement of a wi n riM'" ence with Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Ct' j1 und una and ask her. Houston, Texus. "Wlicn I llrst licpnn tnklnc J "I a K lUtt ' , '.,,$ tnl Iiuiu'h VoKtulilo Conipoiitiit I wi ' 'tBt Hick for tliroo yours with fciunlo (roultlrs, clironie ami u liver troulilo. I hurt tried Hovcrnl doctor uieimiu". Pink-ham'- s I -- . oun nollilnir tllrt mo any rood. "I'or thrvo years I lived on medicine. andof1,,HI,f cut well, when I rend 1111 advert Imnent Iiuiu'h Ve;eUil)Iu Coiiiound, and was ml vised to lr) a. ".My husband Bot 1110 out) hottlo of the Coiiiimiuik ,' " nlt, " oho much Rood I continued Km use. I urn w and enjoy tho best of lirikltli. "I advise all women HiifferliiB- - from mich 'r,;,,b!.,'91,.yen'l Lydia K. IMnkham Vegetable Compound trim. . , 'cU regret it, for It will surely euro you." .MM. lhs Oil) lyiuveiuuu Bl., IIOUMIOII. I, . foo nsn ( Any woman who is sick and. sufTcrrfi nv s not to give such a medicine as this a trial. not do her as much good as it did Mrs. Hicks. .