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F ATI A BLUR MARK HERE tnmn ItPiisw promptly if you wnnt thu papor to come to you nrtrr thli month that your lm niplml. 1iff Team that Pulls the Lomtrmtial Ulagan up the Hill of Success The Courier has a Lpankin' Good Team, Draase the Ixles at Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up ESTABLISHED WHOLE NO. U.I IO IN THE TEAR nn'PKE n WK8TERN KI1NTD0KT so' 10 HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1009. 1HBO K The Round Table f S3 m ga ga1 Local 4 vests for $1 Chats) Tarplno for Colds.. Dry llatlerlcs. $4 aUr ,Uckman grocery order to Ttlcgkouo that n,unuth & I'ratlier. iui Lyrle. Sept. SltU. uuii tiiureh. Admission r.j -- fu- ga ga ga ga ga ga Cotton & darns. to ?G at Schmidt's. Allss Ivoy Doltow was In Union City , Friday. Ilcmembcr no thought, no word, nc net over dies. H. A. Tyler was in Louisville last week nt tho Stato Fair. j ,ai , I. . ulioUl lilt HUUIUII u iry lliiii woman 1UC- - i , u Jnufhur MhM extt-uU- .Mat-- i - uaj irow . II. J. Klmcs has our thanks for favors extended tho Courier. ,,.. III MWUVlllw. u uic u lalu tml 111 ..iij,miia fioiu Purw al kind women uru sun i ga ga ga ga ga ga ga ga Cypress Shingles $1.00 a thousand Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. Airs. Joella I'olhamus, of Dorena, Mo., visited Airs. Julian Shoato last week. WIlUs Catcs, of TIptonvlllo, drove through to Hickman, Saturday, on business. Allss Allttio King, of Dyersburg, at tended tho funeral of her mother. Airs Allttio King last week. About tho most popular cough med icine on tho market today Is Tarplne. Helm & Ellison soil it Wo handlo tho celebrated Sanspa-rie- rytUluK r i oiu u mi w k .'. Lu j t 1. , - neeplo. If IU lu Uo n uili uo iu YOU j . ut to St. IxjuU last .. .... !... hl tu Jt u . LoUiiOU ill' !m death tic Klug. wlfos C- arc entitled in buying Hart SchafFncr & Marx to a most positive assurance of your satisfaction. Every dealer in our clothes is authorized lie csuot UoOlU ClIUTged 10 - to say this to you: Every garment made by, and bearing the label of Hart Schaffher & Marx, is guaranteed to be of all-wo- ul Lu CiKouu Ht.tuau at tin tucu valuu. ISO mioiU ouly lor caU. let tt Coal Co. i wi k it yesterday fo. i kuiaii. alter u wtwks' . l , k Irluud, Allan k.M. 10 iJ lohmiLrtiK Jiurold. hr ga ga ol Flour, and guarantee every sack of It. Uettersworth & Prathcr. Airs. Emma Stephens and Airs. I). T. Davis are attending the Christian Church Convention at Lexington, Ky., this week. Airs. Jim Jackson and children, of near Columbus, attended the bedsido and funeral of her mother, Airs. Allttio King Jast week. Edwin C. Rice and Marvin Noltn, two young gentlemen of Fulton, wero hero Saturday and Sunday to see two of Hickman's fair sex. . , i. i . ' Standard Oil Co., ga ga - . U' i i umr (.1 ..it cumi on lie . - :u(.uay, ...... V.. . Wedue-sdu- uuui una 11. w. Itnr. istf u r, of Kokomo, lud., j i. L 1 ui Kauu K ,. to Iwucli, visited uiik uud family u few kuoH ga ga ga ga ga fabrics, with no "mercerized" or other cotton added; thoroughly shrunk before cutting; seams sewed with pure silk thread ; tailored in clean,, sanitary wool-and-si- lk or shops; and free from every defect of material or workmanship. l .a a. . . Ly . . it L ) thai riiUium U iirtuo of tUoI'uyno uuw I l v. ouly I'rJ. r now, an ll way iout Ut' ga Ln .4. ' -- - x . . : buaw, of Statu I.luo, l ai r iwrt of Um win k. ( .iij.iUi and Mifo bavo i ttii l ultoii nuil aru Ilv- t"Ui of JIr. Uruliuiu'ii I Ail .SihmldU . authorized to say that if the clothes are not right, or not satisfactory, your money will be refunded. Hart Schaffner & Marx is More than that: The dealer gai Alarlou Alonan, one of tho popular young farmers of this vicinity, and family left Sunday for Lexington, Allss., to make their futuro home. Allss Alackte Shumate returned to Nowbern, Tenn., Friday after a pleasant visit to her sister. Airs. Allison Tyler and her brother, C. P. Shumate, and wife. Tho Arctic days and nights last r weeks each but think how comforting It must bo up there to reflect on how long It Is from the first of ono month to tho first of another. twenty-fou- 'ui i. 4 ' .v ' j fuiiiiiTly of Nw Alad drvdeu boat umploy un .ii 'I wan druum-Ilia bflicu a fl.-- t UHtil Ilia bod) o 'ihjh tutor. iv ga ga ga ga ga ga sa ga; r . ' . " ' ' i. - .. J i that In not moro t urn alcohol lm btt'ii ,amg to iittWBpuiH'r tv uiunufiiclurvd from n (net of 7c her Billion. ' lc of kuhoIIiio for iJt.lllOblltMl, it It U huc- i sa A uniquo lawsuit Is on trial before a Jury of Inquest In Hedford county. Tenn., In which Nathan Hatchett Is seeking to havo a guardian appointed for his mother, who Is 99 yeara old. T- -f ' . t: i 1 i lu ) rBltriitlou mi'i, of mall d from 8 to 10 cuntn WILL DE SOLD. i; 'f-' uiordliiK to an """ J L u a ' by roatuiuHtur Uuuural L' maicfiniiiii Itiil.iintilf v I Iokb of ti rt'Klntorod u 'U.- t) Ui'ii liicriHiaud from ordor. -f rjt ft tho re by from '"3 ! won- - Hliarns of Block tho earnlims prevent tho oroilltora 1 f. . . from lotting tho bulk of their claims, - ttlimw u n i .f ior rum- i d,.. , It not proving to bo u bolter Investf"J ' ,0r 0lllWM. J,,. ment. It wan thought that this could $' f0. buslllfSH." bo dono If all tho creditors would agree. Sonio of tho creditors, of course, would havo to advance money for operating expenses, but each 1 "f. would share according to tho amount of Ills claim mid Investment. The minting was held Thursday, but It was by no means harmonious, some of the creditors objecting probably for -- H or commuunn , .,.1. .... d lack of bettor understanding and "" Writt a (, disagreeing of course for personal reasons. Tho proposition wuh therefore a fullure, and the bankrupt proceedings will proceed withLOUISVILLE, KY. out interruption or change of plans. Union City Commercial. ''t' ill l'f the liidopuiidunt tolo-: Union City, tho .Mr. ItuynoldB In- j L3 s U' liidcimiidont coin-- J ii i k g ni jirHparntlons to 11,5 8"lll'llBl' nu3t wt'uk, ui vuiminiuiniK mo rapblly puslu-to comI a to rnutitrv uiiiiuKritukt-.- ''at 'J - r"v ' n ... i 1 r- - and In ...... . win. .. lower man tho city hold. It' will not bo very lonu. a month or mori', boforo the Hccolvor In Hank- ruptcy, ndvurtlsoH 'for milo at public outcry tho olovator mills, offlcoa, utc, ombracliiR tho Hardy Grain Co., plan An effort wan uiado luttt week to bring tho crldltors toKothur In n meet-- I UK. tho object of which Has to tho advisability of effecting a conciliation of lutorosts looklnK to- wunU tho Inunudlato opuratlou of tho paint undtir proper inaniiKHinunt for tho bmiuflt of thuBo crodltora, who are well known buslnoHB mon, that tho cruilllors could toko hold of the plant, put It In oporutlon with sulta-bicon-Hldo PROG RAM Rrcltnl x by GEORGE DEARD DEAD. Oeorgo Heard, a and high ly respected farmer, residing In tho .Montgomery school district, died at his homo Friday afternoon, after a four months' illness of dropsy. De ceased was n native of Dyer county. Tennessee, but has resided lu this vl clnlty for the past 15 years. Ho had been hero ouly u short time when he waH married to Allss Alnttlo Harper, a daughter of Airs, At. U. Harper, by whom he Is survived. To this union sovon children were born; six of whom also survive tlielr father. They are Harper, Karl, Kmest, Leonnrd, Winnlo nnd Ona Alay. Air. Heard was tho youngest child of a family of 1C, and lacked only a few months of being CO years old. lie was a member of tho llaptlst church, and faithful to its teachings unu pre cepts. Alany of our readers will remember him as choir leader nnd inns well-to-d- President Taft Is now swinging around the clrclo In a special car, In which wo will travel for two mouths, going all over tho country, from Boston to Seattle and from Chicago to Now Orleans. Between 3,000 and 4,000 employes Mitt Martha Foivlktt of tho Pressed Steel Car Company, at Schoonvllle, Pai. wont on astrlko They claim the company Wednesday. Tho Lyric Friday Evening ltrntlt M. C. Church has broken fnlth regarding the charge of imported bosses. dis- READING Scenes from MUSIC 'If I Were King' . . McCarthy 'By Mrs. 'Ballzer and SMiss Fuqua READING-- Ad I, Scene II, 'As a) (b) You Like It' . Shakespeare B. Hamilton Dunbar READING READING MUSIC READING READING SMUSIC READING 'An Embarassed LoUr' On Sunday morning, Sept. 12, Air. Robert B. Isbell nnd Allss Altlo Alal Ilryan wore united In marriago, Rev. II. C. Felts officiating. The bride la ono of the most popular young ladles of tho vicinity of Clayton, whllo tho groin Is a prosperous farmer. A neighboring editor refuses to puli-llsobituary notices of peoplo who, whllo living, failed to subscribe for his paper, and gives this pointed reason "Peoplo who do not take their home paper are dead anyway, and their passing away has no uows ' Angelina Johnson' 'Coquette Conquered' , 44 - iiiaiiaKoiuvnt, nntl Vocal, SMrs. H. L. Ambtrg , ?1 fj a) 'Crossing (he Bar' (b) i '&y Star' Miss Lillian Johnston Violin Tennyson 'Brotvnlng Phelps 'The Wallflower' Vocal, Ic of singing schools years ago. teacher, having tuuglit a nruibor In this vicinity 'The Soul of the ' Merrill 31USICFrom opera 'II Trovatore' Miss Alaggle Hthrldge, of Palestine. Texas, and Miss Carrlo Alalone, of Dresden, Teiiu., who have been visiting Mrs. Key Clarknt Woodland, this week, together Wi Airs. Clark, visited J. V. lingers and family u few days. '"lt J. 1'. and Dr. I). C. Alnddox have fellow man. purchased the Dr. ltsyuolds place 0 nwur Union City. The farm contains 2GU acres and tho purchtiso price wux FOll SAU3; Good brood mare, IC 115,000. Dr. Aluddox, who has. been bauds, U years old. Also a good No. hi Memphis for some time, will lo- 1 log wugoii. Sell on 12 mouths cred It. It, It. Rogers, Jllckinan. cate at Uulou City, 13-tf- Funeral services were held In Pop lar drove cemetery. The large at tho funoral services was a fitting testimonial to tho lilub esteem lu which he was held by his Hickman Furniture Co. Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Hickman, Kentucky Ttltphonr No. so THE HICKMAN COURIER 'Cavtrt VT. C. WVittrn Kentucky Llks ths Diw" BURGLARS RIFLE MAIL BAG A TEXAS CLERGYMAN NEWS 0 F TH E STATE Summary of Matters of Special Interest to Our Readers In i STEER and J. 0. BEXXON, Editors and Proprietor. Erlanger Station of the Southern Road Hundreds of Tickets Taken, Ipesks Out for the Benefit of Suffer Ing Thousands. Tier. 0. M. Orny, Ilnpllst clergy' Tox., snyis man, of Whltcsboro, "Four yrnrs ngo I suffered misery with lumbago, Every movement was ono of pain. Donn's Kid ncy Fills removed tho whole difficulty nfter only n short time. Although 1 do -1 'V r nnt 111, In l..w mo aT J liui linv iu iittiu lit namo used publlcljv I mako nn exception f Farmers antl Merchants Clinton Street, Illckman, Kentucky. -- ..ABSOLUTE mi. a Bank ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IX ADVANCD. Entered at the Hickman, Kentuck; mall matter. postofilce at second-clas- s FACING GRAVE CRISIS JIM HILL SAYS WE ARE ON THE VERGE OF DECLINE. Central Bank Advocated Banker' Chief Want $100,000,000 Qovernmont Institution. Chicago. Recommendations which shape history In the economic and flnaii' cinl life of the nation gave to the session of the American Hankers' Aocintion an importance and intvrest greater than has attached to any other meeting held years ot ly the holy in the thirty-livits existence. prox- Two startling and sition ware placed before the bankers One Has the demand for the establish merit of a $100,000,000 central bank to be conducted by the government, voiced by George M. lleynolds, president of the association, in his annual address. The other wns a blunt warning uttered by James J. Hill, empire builder, chairman of the board of the Or eat Northern Railroad and leading citizen of the Northwest, that the United States is on the verge of permanent decline; that the rapid and steady decrease of the percentage of rural population portends disaster, and that this country, now one of the world's largest exporters of hcat, stands In danger of becoming Mithln ten years a wheat Importing na tiou. e Krlnnger. Ky. For the second ttm within two weeks burglars entered thn KrliHiger station of the Southern roa I nnd rilled tho contents of a ninil ban, besides taking hundreds of tick CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. ets from tho rack. Tho robbery was dweuvorpfl when Stntlon Akuiii W. 1 Cnrdner opened the offlco for tho day Element Will Make Coun The tTnllod States postal authorities' ty Unit Measure One of the Vital In Cincinnati were Immediately notl tlotl and several Inspectors were sent Issues In the Campaign Preceding to the scne. Thy discovered scv Clectlcn of November 2. eral clews ns to the Identity of th men nnd bellcvo they aro the snmo m thts case, so that other sufferers from kidney troublo may profit by my ele fellows who succeeded In blowing th Lexington. Ky. Tho ment throughout tho atnto Intends to snfa In tho NwcTt postoftlct? two ixporlcnce." Sold by nil dealers. 60 cents a box. ntnke tho county unit mensuro ono of months ago. Co.. RufTalo, N. Y. Ih emost vital Issues of tho campaign preceding the election on November 2 FARMERS TO MEET IN DRY RIDGE. DEEP SEA TALK. at which will bo named members of the next legislature, and should there Grant County Farmers' Institute Will Be Held There Oct. 1 and 2. be a "fighting chance" for the passago Dry Ridge, Ky. A FnrmersSInitlof the measure It Is bollcved that it will be one of the first acts to be given im- tuto will be held In Dry Uldgo, Friday portant consideration nfter tho Incom- and Saturday, Oct. 1 nnd 2. Hetter ing legislature la organized. Just now methods of farming, fruit growing. leaders, aided by the stork raising, road building, dnlrylii, the ministers' unions In the various cities poultry raising, domestic science nn.l and towns, nrc engaged in "sounding" kindred subjects will be discussed by r D. Nichols, of Illoomflold. a gradit senators, who by reuson the ot tlteh length of sorvlce will be Im- ale of tho A. ft M college ef lixlngton. portant factors In shaping legislation a practical dairyman nnd an In the next session of the general as- farmer, and by John tl. Illalr, of Car sembly, as to their attitude on tho lisle, nn Institute lecturer. Of wide et liquor question and particularly tho perlcnco and one of the best qualified county unit bill, which was defeated at men on live form topics In tho stato tho last session. Candidates for representatives and state senators In thoso districts where the latter are to Day's Doings in Kentucky be selected this November arc all being Interrogated on this Issue, and In many counties the voters havo Frankfort, Ky. Dr. G. V. Mortal forced them to announce their plat- and his wife, were probably fatall Tho Forpolso I hear that tho form on the liquor question In advance Injured by bolng thrown out Of their carriage In a runaway noar Grnffens- - sporty old lobster went all to pieces before support was promised. In his last days. burg. Tho Tortoise Well, I should say ho SENATOR BRADLEY New Castle, Ky. The eighteenth did go to pieces, nnd smalt pieces, lie ended up In a lobster salad. Ke-.- i Opened Seventh Annual Kentucky annual reunion of the Anti-Saloo- n SAFG1Y IS THE BASlT " xnni we oner 10 depositors. Other Inducotnenta are of iccondnry Impprtanee. v.tr yr' ' S n Upon Ibis Guarantee we Solicit Your Palronaje M. DUCHANAN, President. J. A. TMOrtPSON, C.ihU nnll-saloo- DIRECTORS IL Uuchsnsn, rostcr-Mllbur- T. A. Lodford. J. J. C. Dondursnl, O. B. Thrtlksld. J IL M. I.l.r, l)r, X 'nJlX1 i THE o Area I AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS DY antl-snloo- n hold-ove- . LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE rOrt RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CI . . . uun A aiuui is uUMrLtTE AND,,, -- Absolutely THE BEST- - State Fair at Louisville. Ky lucky cavalry. hore Oclobor Fourth COAL COMPANIES COMPLAIN Claim That the Southern Railway Discriminates In Rates. Washington. Kiflen companies mining coal in the Coal Creek field of Tern nessee filed a complaint with the inter state commerce commission, charging that the boutlitrn Railway Company illscriminates against them in the rates on coal as compared with those accorded operators in the Appalachia, Tom's Creek and Mack Mountain districts of Virginia. It is urged that the differential of 80 cents to Knoxvillc gicn on the Coal Creek coal should bo maintained in ship ments to South Carolina, Georgia, Flor ida and other Southern points when passing through Knosville. To points in North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia reached by both fields through Morristoun, Tenn., it is claimed that the same rates should apply beyond that junction, with a dlf fcrcntial to that point of 40 cents in stead of 25 cents in favor of the Coal Creek Held. BRYAN TALKS ON CANNONISM He Denounces Those Who Violate Party Pledges. Dallas, Texas. Denouncing those who would violate a party pledge ratified by the voters of his party as an embezzler of power, William Jennings Uryan outlined his views as to tho tariir before an audience which crowded Rush Tem ple, one of the largest auditoriums in Dallas. Jlr. Bryan primarily urged freo raw- - materials and suggested planks for the Democratic platform in accord, he declared, with Democratic doctrine. "Connonism," Jlr. Rryan described as despotism, and one cf the plunks suggested was an amendment to the rules of the houso of representatives to correct what ho considered faults. While not denying a candidate the right to repudiate a part of his plat- he lorm, sucli repudiation, asserted, should come before the election. Under smiling skios ind In the presence of a great assem blage of 30,000 porsons gathered from all sections of ho seventh annual Kentucky State fair wns doclarcd opened by Senator Brad ley. M. C. Rankin, president of tho Mate fair board, presided over the festivities, while other officers and prominent men ot tho stute were gathered upon tho platform In honor of Kentucky's premier event of the yoir. Assembled In gleaming array In the big exposition houses are prrducts of a people of which tho stato Is proud. 'In tho rings of horses nnd cattle, of sheep and hogs, were shown anlmnls which lvol tho world's best, while tho entire fair represents the arts and liulustrlos of a community spread before the jyo3 of tho world that all may look and sec how great Is Kentucky. Tho agricultural exhibits, the handiwork of Ken- ucky women, and tho big group of In teresting concessions form n big portion of the show, In each ot which tho visiting thousands will And much pleas ure. Nothing was lacking to tnukd the opening of tho fair a big success. Tho grounds have been vastly Improved, and the dusty thoroughfares which .auscd much Inconvenience nt the las'. exposition were as fihe as macadam ized roadways. The ugly bare spois of last year have given way to lawns ot grass and Honors. In the sawdust Kentucky ring, dozens of thoroughbreds prancod with heads erect, as fully conscious of their proud position In tho fair as their admiring masters. These alono wuro enough to hold the attention and stir the blood cf the many who witnessed tho oxhlblts within the pavilion. satin-coate- ENDS LIFE WITH BULLET Because of Sorrow Over Unrequited Love of Wife. Louisville, Ky. Overpowering sor row over tho unrequited love of nls wife, from whom ho had been separated for four years, and for whom ho had constantly grieved. Is behind tho trngedy which occurred hore when Qra (J. Kitchen, 26, a stenographer In tho Judges Form Combine. Oklahoma City, Okla. Astounded by offices of tho Southeastern Mississippi the remarkable divorce crop In Okla- Valloy association, walked to his room, homa county, local judges have arrived stood in front nf a mirror, placed a reat a tacit agreement to decline to enter volver In his mouth and pulled tho tain applications for divorce upon the trlggor while his roommate stood tbreo uncorroborated testimony of plaintiffs. feet away. Death was Instantaneous. In tho past six weeks more than 200 He was a graduato of the University divorce suits have been filed, most of of Nebraska, a man ot literary and them nllegiug sensational wrongs. Fail- musical attainments, and frequently ure of plaintiffs to produce evidence led wrote stories and songs In whloh thu to scathing arraignments from the bench tragedy of hb own Hfu furnished 'lie plot. and final concerted action as Indicated. Remarkable Woman Dead. Pine llluir, Ark. Mrs. Ijulsa P. Scull, 1)0 years old, the earliest settler In this section, died at her homo in this city. She lived in one house, a palatial Disu nion, for sixty years, and up to the day of her death she never missed a service at the local Catholic church. nity- Covington, Ky. Tho little commu or Rlchwood Station, 18 miles from Covington on tho lexlngton plko, is highly wrought up over the burning of the homo of John Ransler, a wealthy farmer, and the attempted destruction rf the schoolhouse of tho village. l Warnings were also received by neighbors of Ransler to leavo thu vicinity In the next live duys or ttm Golden Spurs for Taft. would, also be applied to their San Antonio, Texas. Fortunate Indeed torch bouses. will bo the horse President Taft rides in future, as Us heavy rider will uso golden IihIhvIIIo Kv. Allan It. Foot p. pres spurs. Citizens here have raised $!!o0 of tho International Tax Coufoi-enco- , which to purchase thoso spurs, and ident with srrlvod horo to begin active work bo presented to him upon his they will for the groat convention, to bo hell visit to this city In October. horn nxt week, lloudnunrtom warn ttabllshod and committees aro buay Oil Spring in Gulf. arranging for tho meeting. Texas. Capt. Xetherson, Galveston, of tho Rritish steamship Comedian, reKy. The Lexington, Ministerial ported to the United States hydrogruli-J'nlon, of this city, Is planning to take that three strong a hand In tho forthcoming election of heuduuarlcrs streams of oil ure bubbling from the county officers, tho Idua being to In surface of tho Gulf of Mexico ICO mile dorse only those, Irrespective of party southeast of Galveston. Capt. Nether-lioinilatioiii. who dCdarv themselves In observed the phenomena Aug. 10, favor ot prohibition. tember 22. Mud favs the depth tiers is fl,400 feet. sov-orae n When visiting a certain town In the Midlands," eaya a medical mnn, "I was Madlsonvlllo, Ky. Wednesday. Feb told of an extraordinary Incident ruary s, 1910, was tho date set for tho wherein tho main figure, an econora democratic primary In the Second Con leal housewife, exhibited, under trying gressional dltsrtct by tho committee circumstances, a tratt qulto character istic of her. It seems that she had by men In session at Sobree Springs. mistake taken a quantity ot poison -mercurial poison tho antldoto for Louisville. Ky. Jefferson S. Con. which, as nil should know, comprises ner, 57, for many years a prominent tho whites ot eggs. When antl' business man In this city, who lived doto was being administered, this order the In Now Albany, died of typhoid fever. for which tho unfortunate lady had Rosldos his widow he leaves several overheard, sho managed to mumur, al children. though almost unconscious: "Mary, Mnryt 8nvo tho yolks for tho pud Hwllng Green. Ky. Col. W. K. Hob- - dlngst" Tltlllts. son, who had the distinction ot being youngest colonel In tho 'federal the Not Ashamed of Economy. army during tho war of the rebellion, Discussing England nnd the Kngllsh was found dead In his room at tho from nn American point ot vlow, a re Mansard hotel, here. cent American writer In Kngland ob serves: "Nobody, from tho king of Nownort Kv. In a thrllllne ntstol Kngland down. Is cither ashamed or duel within a stone's throw of pollcu afraid to bo economical. Here a mnn headquarters, a desperate but unsuc- or a woman la thought to bo a fool was made by a mnn giv- or a vulgarian who Is not careful of cessful effort ing tho name of U. W. to kill expenditure, whllo In America our Detective Frank Morton. waiters havo been clever enough to mako It appear that economy Is mean, Walton. Ky. Squlro John M Wat and ns a nation wo suffer accordingson, member of the Ilooqe county fis ly. We aro fools to bo fooled In this cal court .for the past 20 years, died manner." uddenly at his homo of heart disease. A Useful Baby. Tho deceased was well known In Kon-to- n Mid Campbell counties. Speaking of tricks to win tho sym pathy of Juries In criminal cascn, Glasgow, Ky. After having lived his Judgo milliard M. McKwen, In a re three-Broryears nnd ten, J. J Miles, cent address beforo tho Illinois Stato'i a prominent cltlzon of Miles' Cruu-road- Attorneys' association, said: "I know thts county, wns married nt ot four cases where a baby played s Fountain Run to Miss Resale Comer, prominent part In getting tho acquittal of tho defendant, nnd I latct a young school girl of 12 years. learned that tho samo baby had been Ioulsvllle. Ky William CabeR. 28, used In each of tho cases, clthougb hold several carloads of passemcerz on tho supposed mothers In each coss were different women." Law Notes a lou!svlllo & Nnshvlllo train i i slog en route to this city, when, PRESSED HARD Ing n revolver, ho walked up and down Coffee's Weight on Old Age. the aisle shouting. He was and turned over to tho When prominent men realize tho In police jurious effects of coffee and tho change In health that Fostum can bring, they Hopklnsvlllo, Ky. Pursuant to fore- aro glad to lend their testimony fot tho property, the benefit of closure proceedings others. franchises, otc, of the Kmplre Coal A superintendent of public schools In and Mining Co., ot this county, wero North Carolina says: sold nt public nucUun nnd wns bid In "My mother since her early child by the bondholders, who will form i hood, was an Invctcrnto coffco drinker now corporation and operate on a nnd had been troubled with her heart over before. larger scale than for a number ot years, and complained of that 'weak all ovor feeling U'xlngton, Ky. George Larrabce, and sick stomach. manager of the stock department of 'Somo tlrno ago I was making an of. tho Western nnd Atlantic InmirniKo flclal visit to a distant part of tho Co., with headquarters In N'Hshvllle, country and took dinner with ono ot was arrested hero at tho Instigation of the merchants of tho place. I noI'. Robinson, a local phy- ticed a somowhnt peculiar flavor of Dr. Marshall sician, who charged Larrabeo with hav- tho coffco, nnd asked him concerning ing obtained $60 under false pretenses. 1L Ho replied that It wns Fostum. I was so pleased with It. that nfter Lexington, Ky. Tho man of mys-lor- y thq meal was over, I bought a pack-ngto carry homo with me, and had at St. Joseph's hospital has divulged his nume and tho names of his wlfo preparo some for tho next meal. relatives In Now York Btate to Rev. Tho wholo family liked It so well, that J. W. I'ortor, of tho First Ilaptlst wo discontinued coffco and used church. Ileforo doing so, howevor, iht Fostum entirely. ould-bI had really been nt times very nnx- sulcldo oxactod from llev. Dr. Porter the Masonic bledge that ho lous concerning my mother's condition, would disclose his Iduntlty to no nno but wo noticed that after using oxcept In caso of doath, which now Is Fostum for a short tlmo, sho felt so much better than sho did prior to It a not probable, physicians say uso, nnd bnd llttlo troublo with hci Winchester, Ky. Tho State Council heart and uo sick stomach; that tho of Kontucky of tho Junior Order1 of headaches wero not so frequent, nnd United American Mechanics held Its her general condition much Improved. annual mooting hero. The number of This continued until sho was as well councils reported In tho state was 195, nnd hearty ns tho rest of us. nnd tho total number of members nt a "I know Fostum hns benefited my few loss than 15,000. self nnd tho other mombcra of the family, bvt not In so marked a degreo as Mnysvllle, Ky. 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I ..AM .a mott reasonable, too, anu jt .l.r-Mtr'orders rcnd on u j civinjr your .iTr. t Innlt ever r:T inV and careful attention i. nu u inn ui-- c u- o TT oBllHi irv-r- . lv? I rJ I B fXl , . T" It. , S We CM fc c!si ot rr ill . 7 ,,J L.l arv aroulur. Uut, and full latrrcat. r h....... llttla chtaper thia tho olhsr fello .. wo uiiia, "... tuitmoou, aoogort, crd. etc, ' u roc-- nr .1., mria can- "Brt. DISCOVERY OF THE POLE IS DESCRIBED BY PEARY NOI uu i TM in Publishers. , C;at In of hit tuccettful north pole wat litued 10 by the New Tor "T-iO- er . iha reauett of ei TT" V,;Very tnd for hit protee- and ., enly, copyrighted ?: part of It t3 e before tny newtDapcr . U R:: . t ,e . -- ' .'I! o.,r American Explorer's Own Story of His Thrilling and Successful the fifth, and at the big lead finally lost It 1 Eskimos Wild with Joy. From here we followed the captain's trail, and on April 22 our sledges passed up tha vertical edge of the glacier fringe, a little west of Cap Columbia. When the last sledge caCe up I thought my Eskimos had gone craxy. They yelled nnd called and danced themselves helpless. An Ootah sat down on hla sledge he remsrked. In Eskimo: "The devil Is asleep or having trouble with his wife, or we never should have come back so easily." A few hours later we arrived at Crane City, under the bluffs of Cape Columbia, and, after putting four pounds of pemmlcnn Into each of the faithful dogs to keep them quiet wa had, at last, our chance to sleep. Dash to the Absolute Apex of the Earth. Goal of Centuries Reached er:' t' f t. ,J j 1 r ' , r.jii rtr;-- 1 ' T. in Imllt of hnard. roverrd with talla. and i Sttlet or Dirope, of fitted with Move, and the tlilp vine full protection the emit for winter In ahoal water, where It reproduction touched bottom at W tM. t jw. The TIhi Rttlmnt on the atormy ahnrra of t, in tny form, without Hi) Arrtlc orenn waa ehrtatMied penal-- i t fcrtidden. Theof copy, llunllut parllea were nt out on .n of thlt form i a itiprnonment for any tlia 12th 10 and aome waa. brmiRht In on deer a day or two and viola- cr abetting tuch later J -Sep-tmb-- j i. n t . ,. ,nvrlnhled . In V c,.eJ, B. by the London ,"C I'ini Thl. narrative I. Time. Company.. t) Timet. Prepare (or Sledge Trip. On flepleinher IS the tall work lf trana. ferrint aappllea to Cape Columbia waa InauRureted. Marvin with Dr. Cloud-aa- ll and llorup and the Itaklmoa. took It alnlKe loatla of auppllea to Cape Delknap New Yofk Travel, Smooth Ice and Mild Weather Helping Sensations of Intrepid Commander at Climax of His Life Work. going. In tha latter part there were pronounced movements In the Ice, both visible and audible. Home leada were crossed. In one of which llorup and hla team took a bath, and we were finally stopped by an Impracticable lead opening In front of us. We camped in a temperature of 10 degrees below. At the end of two short marches we came upon Uamen and hla party In camp, mending their aledgea. We devoted the remainder of the day to overhauling and mending aledgea and breaking up our damaged onea for material. ty the Ne York THC DISCOVERY OF reCRT OF ., nm r-- hv Robert C. THE NUrliri r v Commander U. 8. N, Copy. , ,'t. 1909, by the New York Timet ' C:.TF"X' r c r r i" Peary Denies Cook Claim. ijbrador (vU Marconi i: N I'). Hept 10. Do I iy onv li. repanelea In hit t tie affair will " at tha pel on April l ar ( r ci)ir tlm. He hut i p public a told brlek. ,ts r mail advisedly. ?t tw r oi inem. I .tcment of hit Journey a - '! "" in 1 ' 3 , t. ' rv .,.- gewgraphleal a U som . .. . , i.i.t. lAlr. If that nt th claim thai ha baa , r i - I shall be In a poal-- f r alfrlal thai mar prov t nt reading far Ilia pub. liOllKUT K. I'EAIlf. r Labrador (via Marco i and on the 27th the tamo party atarled wl'Ji loeJt to l'orttr bay. The work of huntlnt and trantportlnt auppllea waa proaecuted contlnuoutly by tha memhera of th party and tha l'.tkl moa until November I, when tha aup. plica for tha tprlnt aledt trip had been removed from winter quarters and depoalted at varloua placet from Capa n to Cap Columbia. The latter part of Hplemher tha movement ef the Ice aubjected tha ahlp to a prettur which lilted It to port tone eight or ten detreea, and it did not till the following tprlnt. On Oc totr 1 I want on a hunt with two Kaklmoa arrota the field and 1'aaa bay and tha penlnauta, made the circuit of Clemanta Markham Inlet, and returned to the thlp In aaven daya with U musk oien, a and a deer. In October I repeated tha trip, obtaining five tnuak oien. and huntlnt parllea tecured aome 44 deer. Co-laer Make Forced Marches. The next morning I put Marvin In the lead to pioneer the trail, with Instructions to make two forced marches to bring up our average which hod been cut down by the last two short ones. Marvin carried out his Instructions Implicitly. A considerable amount of young Ice assisted In this. At the end of the tenth march, latitude B.3. llorup turned back In command of the aecond supporting party, having traveled a distance equivalent to Nansen'a distance from thla far to hla fartheat north. I waa aorry to Iota thla young Tale runner, with hla enthualaam and pluck, lie had led hit heavy sledge over the float In a way that commanded every-one- 's admiration and would have made his father'a eyea gllttrn. br Supplies Moved to Base. In tha February moon Ilartlett went to Cape llecla, Qoodaall moved tome more auppllea from Hecle to Cap Colan. and llorup want to Markham Inlet on a huntlnt trip. On February IS Uartlott left tha Itootevelt with hla dlvlalon far Cape Columbia and l'arr bay (looriaall, llorup, MarMlllan and Han-te- n followed on aiiccettlv dayt with their provltlona. Marvin returned from Cape llryant on February 17 and left for Cape Columbia on February 21, t brousht up th rear on February it. Th total of all dlvltlona leaving th waa aeven inembera of the Ilooaevelt party, U Kaklmoa, 10 doga and 3 tladg et. J,, .rrlt. barlnt tha i i r r ru 'l tio" of tha i,' ' i i a ltd (ompany with Iota J "f Htah ford 3 r .. i .. n of Aututt H. t0. , f.,- - tc r.r n. r.h 8pt J'rr ,i 7 , i i! court for Cape Ha-- t. waa dirty, with ' r y wlnda. Wt Jltd nn w ier in ' I V jj (i - ' TTJ :.3 1 rt 1 3 if i 1 i ... xna "n. IT womn. and Xf. and tuma '..forty ICI Changes His Plan. From this point tha expedition comprised 20 men, 10 sledges, and 70 dogs. It was necessary for Marvin to take a sledge from here, and I put Ilartlett and his division In advance to pioneer the trail. The continual daylight enabled me to make a moderation here that brought my advance and main parties closer together and reduced the likelihood of their being separated by open leads. After Ilartlett left camp with Henderson and their dlvltlon, Marvin and I remained with our dlvlalon 20 hours longer and then followed. When wa reached Ilartlett' camp he broke out and went on and we turned in. Ily thla arrangement the advance party was traveling while th main party waa asleep, and tc Versa, and I was In toudh with my advance party every 24 hours. r 'y fiy packrd. Jl t!, 'Jin oi nd waa Itouiavtlt without ani !j... iwiwwii in Make Ready for Dash. Ily February Ti auch of the Cape Colan depot aa waa needed had been brought up to Cape Columbia, the dog were reattd and double rationed and harnetaed, and tha aladgea and other gear overhauled. Four month of northerly wlnda during Iha fall and winter Inttead of aouther ly one, aa during the prevloua teuton, led ma to eapect leaa open water than before, but a great deal of rough Ice, and 1 waa prepared to hew a road through the JagKcd ir for the flrit hundred milea or ao, then erota th big lead. tf Air r Find Much Water. wrath- i ap Snlilnn III ar E ew'ilt anu ww iaasru u Hatilna. t l Jml and Cap -- D c, I a ' k -- a :j c it tw 75 nr i.t A lap 11 f ' b -- t er ut ir 1 -- water 'rf -- a WIIH III IUyt harbor , of Ka' in I oeeupltd by nia ya 101-0!- ( north thnra waa at we thought of at-t-- f bafort tha outhrly I It, a later appearance oi toward alopptd thla. .pn watr to Capa Bartlctt Leads the Way. latl day or February Ilartlett. with hi, pioneer division. accomDllshed thlt, and hla dlvlalon got away due north over the Ice on March L The reat of the party got away on IUrtlttl't trail, and I followed an hour later. The party now comprlted teven member .of the expedition, 17 Kaklmoa. U3 doga and 11 aledgea. On lltklmo and aaven doga had gone to plecea. strung eaaterly wind, A drifting snow, and temperature In th minus camp at marked our departure from the Cape Columbia, which I had christened Cran City. Hough lc lo th first march damaged several aledgea and smashed two be) and repair, th teams going back to Columbia for other sledges In rtsnr On tb It t l!rt4. i t it : I ( i t atnut k rn n 1.1 !' i -- ai tbr acattrd ahrtaat of Victoria ana ant ica ttn or lUlcan mlltt lea Moves Expeditiously. I had no reason to complain of the going for the next two marches, though for a less experienced party, less adaptable sledges, or less perfect equipment it would have been an Impossibility, At our position at the end of the second msrch, Marvin obtained a satisfactory sight for latitude In clear weather, which placed ut at &4S. The reault agrd ofsatisfactorily with the dead reckoning Marvin. Ilartlett and mysslf. Up to this time, the slight altitude of tho sun hsd mad It not worth while to waste time In observations. On th next two msrohes tha going Improved, and wa covered good dlatancet. In one of thete marchea a lead delayed ut a few hours. We finally ferried acroaa the ice cakes. at.ajil tha (lortl)ward t rent Vto workril a t 'I j - - r th and atopped ataln Ilttla f for -rr ra 'ih-- a wa ataln wprkad n .rthward till wa an'. "J 1 ru J a rr a of lakra. comlnt to a fw n.l'i ttiulh of tha Wind-t'J- 'i ntcr quartrra at Capa L)ur- tn4 -- rn w I dri(ll touth aomwhat ia w - hfrr : w t t f-- ' k t 5 s!i e ft t'l ite kf 1 , after tomo delay, wa a way nqrtheaatward br kn lea of medium 'Eti on nlsht and tha tlier. V Pass British Record. m at T '' J-- i 1 1 ,f rk JJ '. rrn Kater and olrar weather r r Strike Ice and Fog. I s m w had a olrar run n ' II of Itobraon cliiuinel r either lea or foa;. to .iv Her wa nooun ' '"1 fo. and while e earch of a pracll- ti wera forced acroaa to td uaat at Thank OoU 1 1 rt,i j,r ony vmrrt-li- t tin and enabled ua ir whereabouta and wa tea- -- J n 11 rough a a.rlea of lada J I' It'.n, and thenca touth- I wariiap A fow mllet Vnlon. " tk we waro atoppd by Im-' it o e and wa drlftrd back 'tl 'P I hlon, where we atopped to f t, ' t "ed thr c camped ten mile from Crane City. The easterly wind and low temperature continued. Tn the' second inarch wo passed the Ilrltlsh record made by Mark-hawere (topped lu May, 1J78 Sl-- nd by oiien water, which had. been formed by wind after Ilartlett patted. In thl roarrh we negotiated th lead and reached Ilartletl'a third camp. llorup had gone back from here, but mined his way, owing to the faulting of the trail by the movement of the Ice. Marvin cam back also for mor fuel and alcohol. Th wind continued, forming open water all about us. At tbe nd fourth march w cams upon of th Ilartlett. who had been atopped by a wide lake of open water. We remained hers from March 4 to March 1L Makes Record Run. The next day Ilartlett let himself out. evidently, for a record, and reeled off 3) miles. Here Marvin obtained anothel satisfactory sight on latitude, which gave the position as M.5S (or beyond the farthest north of Nansen mid Abruzxl), and thowed that we had covered SO mlnutet of latitude In three marches. In thete three marches we had passed the Norwegian record of S&14. by Nan-teand the Italian record of hi.it, by From thlt point Marvin turned back In command of tha third supporting party. My last words to him were: "11 careful of the leads, my boy." The party from this point comprised nine men, seven sledges, and CO dogs. The conditions at this camp and the apparently unbroken expanse of fairly level Ice tn every direction reminded me of Cagnl's deacriptlon of hla farthest north. Cngnl. t'te I V Gets Glimpse of Sun. At noon of March I tha aun, red and shaped Ilk a football by eicened reflection, just raised Itself above the hori-to- n for a few minutes and then disappeared again, It was the flrat time I had teen It almn October 1. I now began to feel a good deal of no signs anxiety becauie there wer of Marvin and llorup, who should have been there for two days. Ilesldes, they had tha alcohol and oil, which war for us. W concluded that they had either lost the trail or were Imprisoned on an Island by open water, probably the latter. Fortunately, on March 11 the lead was piactlcable and, leaving a note for Marvin and llorup to push on after ua by forced marches, we proceeded northward. The. sounding of the lead gave 110 During this mnrch we crossed th paralloi and travtrsed a h succession of just fruien leada. from a yarda to a ml la In width. few hundred Thla march waa really almple. On tha fourteenth wa got free of the leads and came on decent going. While we were making camp a courier from Marvin came and Informed me he waa on the inarch In the rear. The temperature wot 19 below zero. The following morning, March IS, I tent Ilnnseii with his division north to pioneer a trail for five marches, and Dr. (lomliell, according to the progruin, started back lo Cape Columbia. eighty-fourt- II n. We prev,nt belna: drift aK ,,ok under the ...w. tl un.-ouay. in nearly pla. a where we had our jupleaut eiprlencea thr yeara be tore ller w ,0 Hr hr Ship Forced Aground. acme time In a lake of t pn fr Danger Is Encountered. ently favorable outlook, for available conditions never continue for any diso tance or any length of time In tha regions. goTh next march waa over good ing, but for th flrat time alnce leaving land w experienced that condition, frequent over thete ice fields, of a htty atmosphere. In which th light Is cqusl everywhere. All relief Is destroyed, and It I impossible to see for any distance. We were obliged In this march to make a detour around an open lead. In the next march w encountered the heaviest and deepest snow of tho Journey, through a thick, smothering mantle lying In the depressions of heavy rubble Ice. arc-IJ- Hut I was not deceived by the appar- fi."1 "itt I w Jl'' remained for tevreal durmt a period of conatant and net violent northenaterly wlnda. ? furci atround by ''i. ,0 we tw'" nor,h-,,u,hJ but f1 - ran broken and i a hole alove In the u I" were frr. fathom. Heavy Running Ico. n : w. uej.d nd mad. fa.t Ir, a ,"r bU' t aV. ,",. n. 'b: l:.d, no" run to ' i"""a on to ti At lit u UI, ufUr ,nJ, " ','nitr ,. .. "1 Temporarily Discouraged. I came upon Ilartlett and his party, fagged out and temporarily discouraged by the hcartracklng work of making " r.f un,,,,' II. ti r , - ru.,ir'"' ?ir w.ter, rounded Into a Cape 1''r , p.cd Cape Sheridan, of un hour of the beyond Cuue , 1I r tr "l"d'ntf p, r lav Ie CI ill' f J '"' w'"'r lh flfiA th,.ona - ' nd It '.lr,t ,0 i". J"C,,h ,Ie,ly. quarlera. hut MacMillan Turns Back. At night Marvin and Hemp came spinning In with their men and dogs steaming In the bitter ar like a squadron of battleships. Their arrival relieved re of all anxiety as to our oil supply. In the morning I discovered that Mao Mlllan'a foot waa badly frost bitten. The mishap had occurred two or three days before, but MacMillan had said nothing about It In tha hop that It would coma out all right. A glance at the injury showed me that the only thing waa to aend him back to Capa Columbia at once. Tbe arrival of Marvin and llorup enabled ma to spare auniclent men and dogs to go buck with him. On leaving tho camp the expedition comprised 1$ men, 12 sledges and 100 dogs. The next march waa satisfactory as dUtunc and tb character of tut lr ti r.lH. 1 . Je't' rnorlU of ur portion Uire. road. I knew what waa the matter with them. They were simply spoiled by the good going on the previous nmrches. I rallied them a bit, lightened their sledge and sent them on encouraged again. During the next march we traveled through a thick hate drifting over the Ice before a biting ulr from the norlh-eaa- t. At the end of the march we came upon th captain camped betide a wlda open lead with a dena black water sky northwest, north and northeast. The next inarch was also a long one. It was llurtlctt'a last hit. lie let himself out over a aeries of large old lion, steadily Increasing In diameter and covered with hard snow. Wind Helps Out. During the last few miles I walked bealds hi in or in advance. lis was sol' enm and anxious to go further, but the program was fur him to go back from here In command of the fourth sup porting party, and there wero nu sup piles for an Increase In the main party. Barlllett Did Good Work. When he left I felt for a moment pangs of regret aa tit disappeared in 'I Put Up for Winter. further advanced than inuin anow on the " Ice inaiue tlM tloe ' ' tlih Ver. ' ti... liKrulnif PI ai hou and depoalted ii and tenworkilioj) ware and and ruthd to com not ami equipment we (he thlp waa and we were on our way once mor parallel. and across tho eighty-nintThis mnrch duplicated the previous By ono as to weather and going. The last few hours It was nn young Ice and occasionally the dogs were galloping. Wo made twenty-fiv- e miles or more, the nlr, the aky. and tho bitter wind burning the face till It cracked. It was llko the great Interior Ice gap of Greenland, liven the natives complained of the bitter air. It was as keen as frozen steel. A little longer sleep than the previous one had to be taken here, as we were all In need of It Then on again. Up to this time, with each successive march, our fear of an Impassable lead had Indented. At every Inequality of tha Ice I found myself hurrying breathlessly forward, fearing that It marked a th distance, but It was only momenarrived at tary My work was still ahead, not In lead, and whtn Ibreath with tha summit would catch my relief only th rear. to find myself hurrying on In the sain Ilartlett had done good work and had way at th next one. been a great help to me. Circumstances Hut on this march, by some strange had thrust the brunt of th pioneering-upofeeling, this fear fell from me him Instead of dividing- It among shift of completely. The weather was thick, but everal, as I had planned. It gave me no uneasiness, II had reason to tak pride In the Hefore I took an observafact that he had bettered the Italian tion which turned In Iour position as S3 Indicated record by a degree and a quarter and degrees ZS minutes, had covered a dlatance equal to the A rise In temperature to IS degrees beentire dlatnnce of the Italian expedilow reduced tho friction sledges tion from Franz Josefs land to Cagnl's nnd gave the dogs the of the appearance of fartheat north. having caught the spirits of the party. I had given Ilartlett this position and more sprightly ones, as they went pott of honor In command of my The with tightly curled tails, frequentalong fourth and last supporting party, and ly tossed their heads, with short, sharp for two reasons: first, because of hla barks and yelps. magnificent handling of the Itoosevelt; In 12 hours we had made 40 miles. second, because he had cheerfully stood There was no sign of a lead In the between me and many trifling annoymarclu ances on the expeditions. Pole Reached at Last. Then there was a third reason. It seemed to me appropriate tn view of I had now made my Ave marches, and the magnificent Ilrltlsh record of arc was In time for a hasty noon tie work, covering three centuries, that through a temporary break In observation the clouds, It should be a Ilrltlsh subject who which Indicated our position as S9.S7. I could boast that, next to an American, quoto an entry from my Journal aome he had been neareat the pole. hours later) The pole at last. The prize of three Ready for Final Effort. centuries, my dream and, goal for 20 With the disappearance of Ilartlett 1 yeara, mine at lost. I cannot bring myturned to the problem before me. Thla self to realize It. wss that for which I had worked for 32 It all seems so simple years, for which I hsd lived the simple place. As Uartlett said and commonwhen turning life, for which I had conserved all my back, when speaking of his being In energy on the upward trip; for which these exclusive regions, which no mortal I had trained myself aa for a race, cruah-In- g has ever penetrated before: "It Is Just down every worry about success. like every day." In aplte of my years, I felt In trim-- fit Of course I had my sensations that for the demands of th coming days made sleep Impossible for hours, despite and eager to be on the trail. my utter fatigue the sensations of a lifeAs for my party, my equipment, and time; but I have no room for them here. my supplies, I was In shape beyond my The first 20 hours at the pole were most sanguine dreams of earliest years. spent In taking observations; In going My party might be regarded as an some ten miles beyond our camp and Ideal, which had now coma to realisation some eight miles to the right of It; In as loyal and responsive to my will as taking photographs, planting my flags, the fingers of my right hand. depositing my recoros, studying the horizon with my telescope for possible land, Men All Tried and True. and searching for a practicable place to Four of them poaseta the technique of make a sounding. dogs, sledges. Ice, and cold as their heriTen our tage. Two of them, Hansen and Ootam. clearedhours after light arrival the clouds before a from our were my companions to the farthest point left and from that time breeze our deparuntil three years before. Two others, Krlnwuk ture in the afternoon of April 7 the and 6lgloo, were In Clark's division, weather was cloudless and flawless. which had such a narrow escape at that The minimum temperature during the time, and now were willing to go any20 hours was 23 below, the maximum 12. where with my Immediate party, and We had reached the 'goal, but the rewilling to risk themselves again In any turn was still before us. It was essential supporting party. that we reach tbe land before the next The fifth was a young man who had spring tide, and we must strain every never served before In any expedition, nerve to do this, but who was. It pottlble. even more I had a brief talk with my men. willing and eager than the others for now on It was to be a big travel, From little th princely gifts a boat, a ride, a shotsleep and a hustle every minute. gun, ammunition, knives, etc., which I We would try, I told them, to double had promised to each of them who march on the return that Is, to start reached the pole with me; for he knew and cover one of our northward that these riches would enable him to marches, make tea and eat our luncheon wrest from a stubborn father tha girl In the Igloos, then cover another march, whose Image filled his hot young heart. eat and aleep a few hours, and repeat this dally. All Followed Him Blindly. All had blind confidence so long as Double Speed on Return. I was with them, and gave no thought As a matter of fact, we nearly did morrow, sure that whatever hapfor the this, covering regularly on our return pened I ahould somehow get them bock Journey five outward marches In three to land. Hut I dealt with the party return marches. equally. I recognized that all Its ImJust as long as we could hold the petus centered tn me, and that whatever trail we could double our speed, and pace I set It would make good. If anywe need waste no time In building one played out. I would stop for a short new Igloos every day. so that the time time. we gained on the return lessened the I had no fault to find with the condichances of a gale destroying the track. tions. My dogs were the best,- - the pick h Just above the paralAlof 122 with which we left Columbia. most all were powerful males, hard as lel was a region some fifty miles wide which caused me considerable uneasinails. In good flesh, but without a superfluous ounce, and, what was better yet, ness. Twelve hours of strong easterly, westerly, or northerly wind would they were all In good spirits. My sledges, now that the repairs were muke this region an open sea. In the afternoon of the 7th we startcompleted, were In good condition. My supplies were ample for 40 days, and, ed on our return, having double fed with the reserve represented by the dogs the dogs, repaired the sledges for the last time, and discarded all our spare themselves, could be made to last SO. At a little after midnight of April 1. clothing to lighten the loads. after a few hours of sound sleep, I hit Sea 1,500 Fathoms Deep. the trail, leaving the others to break up camp and follow. Five miles from the pole a narrow I climbed the pressure ridge back As crack filled with recent Ice, of our Igloos I set another hole In my which we were able to work through a hoi belt, the third since I started. Every with a pickax, enabled me to make a man and dog of us was lean and flat sounding. All my wire, 1.500 fathoms, bellied as a board and as hard. was sent down, but thero was no bottom. Fine Morning for Start. In pulling up the wire parted a few It was a fine morning. The wind of fathoms from the surface and lead and the last two days had aubslded. and the wire went to the bottom. Off went reel going was the beat and most equable and handle, lightening the sledges still of any I had had yet. The floes were further. We had no more use for thm large and old, and clear, and were sur- now. rounded by pressure ridges, some of Three marches brought us back to which were almost stupendous. the Igloos where the captain turned Th biggest of them, however, were back. The last march was in the wild easily negotiated, either through some sweep of a northerly gale, with driftcrevice or up some huge brink. I set ing anow and the ice rocking under aa a good pacs for about ten hours. we dashed over 1L Twenty-fiv- e mile took me well beLittle Trouble' in Leads. parallel. yond the eighty-eight- h While I was building my Igloos a South long lead forward by the east and back we of where Marvin had turned came to where his party southwest of us at a distance of a few built several Igloos while delayed had by miles. open leads. Still further south we Few Handicaps Are Faced. found where the captain had been held A few hours' sleep and we were on up by an open lead and obliged to the trail again. At the'feolng was now camp. Fortunately the movement of practicality horlxontul, wo wero un- leads was simply open snd shut, thea and It hampered and could travel as long as took considerable water motion to fault we pleased and sleep aa tittle as w the trail seriously. wished. While the Marvin, The weather was fin and th going found ;ater. captain, had been and aa I llorup, like that of the previous day, except by open leads, we seemed to delayed bear a at the beginning, when pickaxes were charm and with no single lead wee we required. This and a brief stop at andelayed more than a couple of hours. other lead cut down our distance. Hut Sometimes the Ice was fast and firm we had made 20 miles In ten hours and to carry us across, sometimes were hult way to th eighty-nint- h a short detour, sometimes a brief halt parallel. lead to close, sometimes an Imfor th Going Improves on Way. provised ferry on an Ice cake, kept the difficulty down to the Again there was a few hours' sleep trail without march. and w hit the trail before midnight. tenth outward The weather and going were oven betFirst Handicap on Return. ter. The surface, except as Interrupted by Infrequent ridges, was as level as Igloos there disappeared completely the glacial fringe fromlleola to Columand the entire region was unrecognizbia, and harder. able. Whero on the outward Journoy We marched something over ten bad been narrow cracks, there were hours, the dogs being often on tho trot, now broad leads, one of thorn over live and mad 20 tulles. Near; the nd of milts tn width, caught over with young the inarch we rushed serosa a lead 100 Ice. yards wide, which buckled under our Here again fortune favored us, sledges and finally broke us the last no pronounced movement of the and let sledge left It, having taken place since the captain W atopped In sight of the eighty-nint- h passed, we had his trail to follow. Wa purallel In a temperature of 40 picked up the old trail again north of degrees blovr. Again a tcant tleep tb ttventh Igloos, followed it beyond h Marvelously Swift Sleep Finally in Safety. Never shall I forget that aleep at Cape Columbia. It was sleep, sleep, then turn over and sleep sgnln. We slept gloriously, with never a thought of the morrow or having to walk and, too, with no thought that there was to be never a night more of blinding headache. Cold water to a parched throat Is nothing compared with sleep to a numbed, fatigued brain and body. Two days wa spent here In sleeping and drying our clothes. Then for the ship. Our dogs, llko ourselves, had not been hungry when we arrived, but simply lifeless with fatigue. They were different animals now, and the better ones among them swept on with tightly curled tails and uplifted heads and their hind legs treading the snow with pistonlike regularity. n - Shocked by Marvin's Death. We reached Ilecla In one march and the Itoosevelt In another. When we got to the Itoosevelt I was staggered by the news of the fatal mishap to Marvin. He had either been less cautious or less fortunate than the rest of us, and his death emphasized the risk to which w all had been subjected, for there was not one of us but had been In the sledge at some time during the journey. The big lead, cheated of Its prey three years before, had at last gained Its human victim. The rest can be told quickly. McMillan and Dorup hod started for the Greenland coast to deposit caches for me. Before I arrived a flylngEsklmo courier from me overtook them with Instructions that the caches were no longer needed and they were td concentrate their energies on the ideal observations, etc.. at Cape Morris K. Jesup and north from, there. Return on Roosevelt Begins. These instructions were carried out and after their return in the latter part of May McMillan made some further tidal observations at other points. The supplies remaining at the various cachea were brought In and on July IS the Roosevelt left Its winter quarters and was driven out into the channel back of Cape Nlon. It fought Its way south In the center of the channel and passed Cape Sabine, on August 8. or 23 days earlier than tn and 22 days earlier than the British expedition In 1S76. We picked up iWhltney and his party and stores at Etah. We killed seventy odd walrus for my Eskimos, whom 1 landed at their homes. We met th Jeanle off Saunders Island and took over Its coal and cleared from Cape Tork on August 26, ono month earlier than 1908. 1 IDOfi. Praise for His Aids. just Bartlett tireless, sleepless, enthusiastic whether on the bridge or In the crow's nest or at the head of a sledge As to tn.i personnel, I have again been particularly fortunate. Capt Bartlett la eighty-sevent- division In the field. Dr. Goodsell. the surgeon of the expedition, not only looked after Its health and his own specialty of microscopes but took his full share of the field work of the expedition as well) and was always ready for any work. Profs. Marvin and McMillan have secured a mass of scientific data, having made all the tidal and most of the field work, and their services were Invaluable In every way. Borup Valuable in Many Ways. llorup not only made the record as to the dlstanco traveled during tho Journey, but to his aslstance and his expert knowledge of photography Is due what I believe to be the unequaled series of photographs taken bv the expedition. Chief Engineer Wardwell. also of the last expedition, aided by his assistant, Scott, kept the machinery up to a high state of efficiency and has given the Roosevelt the force and power which enabled It to negotiate apparently Impracticable ice. Mr. Qushue, the mate, who was In charge of the Roosevelt during the absence of Capt Bartlett and myself, and Boatswain Murphy, who was put In charge of the station at Etah for the relief of Cook, were both trustworthy and reliable men, and I count myself tortunato In having had them In my service. Members of Crew Lauded. The members of the crew and the firemen were a distinct Improvement over those of our last expedition. Every one of them was willing and anxloua to be of service in every possible way. Connors, who waa promoted to be bos'n In the absence of Murphy, proved to b practically effective. Barne. seaman, and Wiseman and Joyce, firemen, not only assisted Marvin and McMillan tn their tidal and meteorological on tha observations Roosevelt, but Wiseman and Barnes went Into the field with tham on their trlpa to Cape Columbia, and Condon and Cody covered 1,000 miles hunting and sledging supplies. Supplies Left for Eskimos.' As for my faithful Eskimos, I have left them with ample supplies of dark, rich walrus meat and blubber for their winter, with currants, sugar, biscuits, guiis. rifles, ammunition, knives, hatch ets. traps, etc. For the splendid four who stood be side me at the pole a boat nnd tent each to requite them for their energy and the hardship and toll they underwent to help their friend Peary to the north pole. But all of this the dearly bought years of experience, tho magnificent strength of the Roosevelt, the splendid energy and enthusiasm of my party, the loyal faithfulness of my Eskimos could have gone for naught hut for the faithful necessaries of war furnished so loyally by the members and friends of the Peary Arctic club. Thanks to Dead Friend. And it la no detraction from the living to say that to no tingle Individual has the fine result been more signally due than to my friend, the late Morrla K. Jesup. the first president of th club. Their assistance has enabled me to tell the last o.' the great earth stories, the story the world has been waiting to hear for S00 years the ttory of the discovery of the north pole. ROBERT E. PEARY. . COTRIOt1T UOt, T THC DOTAL TA:l5M The Clothes that Real Men are Tailored-t- o i Wear -- Order To-da- y Why snould you continue to gamble witn tne ciotnes pro Diem s when now the and take chances with uncertatn-httm- g tailoring in the world is within your easy reach? best custom-mad- e store-clothe- Why should you try to conform yourself to clothes made for no one in particular, when now you can have your every Suit or Overcoat made specifically and individually for YOU and at a cost no more, perhaps even less, than your usual clothes outlay? No longer need any man accept stereotype substitutes The Custom-mad- for merchant tailoring. er you can get real tailoring tailoring New York ami Chicago itself made-to-ordtailoring, as easily and economically as the substitutes font. The Royal Tailors of Chicago and New York, through their connection with this store, rtunity to you. to You offer that oppo- e at Ready-ma- de Prices Broadway Stye Brought A Lcqaf Guarantee with Every Cuvmi'it And there are other features behind R"w' clothes besides their style and econoim tli t them the clothes for you. You no longer deal v ith DAM ft when you buy Royal Tailoring. You luu-a "pig in a poke when you walk out o with a Royal suit, livery. Royal ganncu n At this store we are taking measures for clothes to be made in two of the largest and best organized tailoring establishments in the world. Clothes to be made in each case to fit every line and curve of the body that is to wear them. Clothes to carry all the style, all the snap, all the refinement and dash that only a metropolitan tailor can supply. Yet we are charging prices that no local tailor in this town could subsist on. For The Royal Tailors make a thousand suits to the tailor's one. When you come to this store you virtually come to a Woolen display that presents the pick of all the Woolens of America. No local tailor shop in New York or Chicago could duplicate this display for no iScal tailor with only a limited clientele to support it, has the resources to buy as The Royal Tailors buy. You pick the fabric for your fall suit from a half a thousand of the cream of the season's latest Woolen innovations, and the suit is tailored to your order in the same faultless style and flawless fit that the highest priced tailors in Broadway would supply. Jr boi i ; anteed to satisfy to satisfy you in even rt pcit fabric, in style, in lit or it need'not be aiuptiv, And more. Every Royal garment to be all Pure Wool and that alone. m is giurartced You wrong yourself and your wardrobe if you do not, at least, call and look at the 500 Beautiful Royal W ookn fit, Samples for Fall and Winter, on display at this store. Remember, every Royal Suit is guaranteed to be a perfect a or you need not accept it. A Royal garment is cut to your order in Chicago, over and a perfect clothes-Migvirtual blue print of your body 18 definite body measurements and if it doesn't please you more, if it ilesnt elate you you don't need to take it. Our big Style Exposition for Fall and Winter is now going on. Call ht to-ua- y. LLISON BRO s Exclusive Resident Dealers ROYAL TAILORINO For The Royal Tailors AU. PORE WOOt a "-- H Our ' 4 New Of Fall 3 Winter Designs for ALL S0RTS:4- - Ham Stone, ot Union City, wns hero Monday. Sam Salmon has returned to port, Tonn. Ash- - Footwear Now on Display ! Wo linvo cnrcfully nolcotwl lie coming Miss Lucllo Dondurant was 'in Un ion City, Tuosday. I'orcy Jones wns in Bt, Louis nnd Chicago this weok. Wllllo Amborg was In Nashvlllo few days last weok. Dob Smith, of Clinton, court hero this week. a nttonded season Sliocn Hint nro not In nppenrnnco, only Myllih but thoy havo tho fit nnd wearing qualified necessary for tho bout service. Clay Luwls, of Cairo, wns horo Wednesday on business. Atty. O. Bprndlln, of Union City, Is here on business today. "IMPERIAL" for LADIES cw We Invite You to Visit Our Store Anil seo something now "BOSTONIAN" and "KNEELAND" for GENTLEMEN ! W J. Monan nttonded Uio Stnto Fair In Loulsvllla last week. I). 1J. Wilson spent Tuesday with the fishing party at Heolfoot I.ako. Ml Shoes, ers nnd nil leath- patterns. 1 .50 to $4 Enrly Fall Bluchers, Bals and Button shoes, all styles something Dr, C. M. Illackford has returned from a visit to homo folkosln Iouls-vlllC. W. Ilravard, of near Union City, visited It. U. llrovnrd and family, Sunday. C. P. Shumnto Newborn, Tonn., this week. different. 3.50 to $5 Millets Alexander RURAL a and wifu wore in couplo of days Miss Noll Donn, of Union City, Is the guest of hur sister, .Mrs. Harry Threlkeld. Miss Minnie Iloweii, of near Jor dan, Is hero this week getting up a magazine club. C. Q. Schlonkcr has returcd from a visit to his old homo nt Eaton, O., and Cincinnati. BEST TIME TO BUY GOATS AND SUITS is PHONE PATRONS. fc L'o., jiuuiu Tolupbonu , j t. u juuco taut they uro touuucUou wlih lJ ...j . 1.1.1k uu elUiar sldu of ki company lurulsnu uu . t . itv nmi ctiimuelji j til uio Hunts lur i muibe 6c u uioutii tor k, x kinlcu. Sou A. V, v. . , tl , Ut Ot lliU lllckUJUU " . Fresh Coast Seal Oysters with the sanitary carrier system and their affiliated slippers, from whom wc receive shipments daily in patented sealed sanitary carriers, direct from the beds and transferee! in their original state to this package, as a convenience for Wc guarantee these oysters to be free from water. adulteration or contamination of any kind when packed, and arc unequalcd in freshness, flavor and size. Mclctio's Coast Seal Oysters meet the reauirements of . . I p. . .1 If r i states n ure roodi tLaws. inc unnca otnics anaip. L . . These oysters arc shinned and naclced under contract Father Guerln went to Louisville this weok to attend tho funeral ot ithiiop McClusky. III., Ed Stephens, of Metropolis, was bore Sunday, tho guest of J. T. Stephens nnd wife. Arch Hurtwlck, of Cairo, visited his parents, Otto Hertwlck and wifo a fow days last week. Miss Gladys Bruor has returned to Mayflold, Ky., after a visit to Miss Victoria Dondurant. Miss Victoria Dondurant has returned from a fow days' visit to relatives In Union City. Miss Mamlo Knapp bos returned to Memphis, after a weeks' visit to Mrs. Otto Hertwlck. Ford Ilcrendcs, M. D. Sbaw and A. A. Farls arc spending tbo week ou Heolfoot Lake fishing and hunting. Miss Myrtlo Liowcrs has returned to Paragould, after au extended visit to her sister, Mrs. Joo Atnberg. Miss Mabel Wilson returned last Frldny from n six weeks' visit to friends and relatives In Hopklnsvlllo, Mnyfleld, nnd Wlngo. Mrs. H. F. Ilomley and Mrs. P. S. Mooro nnd llttlo daughter, Dorothy, wont to Columbus, Wednesday, on th Sansparlel to visit friends. Misses Carrlo and Mildred Kama go left Tuesday for New Mexico, whore they will take up a homostend. They will bo gouo several months. Mrs. Mattlo Slzomore, of St. Louis, arrived hero this week to assist Miss Jesslo Henry In her fall and winter sowing ut Smith & Araberg's. Naylor aud llttlo Mrs. Eugeno daughters, Violet and Lucllo, are visiting rolntlves in Jackson, Tonn. Ira Green was In Fulton, Sunday. Leo Campbell left Thursday morning with tho tug, Oscar F. Keeler, for tho ways at Mound City wohor she will undergo repairs caused by tho gasoline explosion last week. C. A. Porry, wifo nnd boh, Clyde, right now while the stocks are large and you can tj .j an;.r, ..a i. o YuONCj LADY DIES. , h and popular yuuu llickuuiu, uukwuruu u. j ci ua to tuo Uruat lluyoud, i antr a hort out paiuiui i, w. i, ni Uiu liuuio of bur juu llaUard. Locked buwuU ui. cauu ut bur unUmoly turn. n .a a -- U year of ago ...ut Uiat moat buauUful womanhood. Shu was Liu l. -w--- . u. daughter, a falttitul. do- i Jtr of Uio llauUvt church, n.u .u an Uiat could to claimed i,"'. Hur llfu wan spout i.. a ... l i '. buwug buuu boru and . a. j u .i, aiid bur frlcuds wuru secure choice and quick delivery from a great number of desirable garments. Right now we have your size and can deliver the garment at once. The probability is that you'll not have to wait a minute for alterations. j . May Covy, ouo of tto ..l The "Palmer Garment" is made on such perfect lines that few alterations jlh, -- kttio-uu,.- are required. Packed and Guaranteed by MELETIO j- -.. j FISH & OYSTER COMPANY, Sold and Guaranteed by When they are, we can make them easily and quickly. The quality of garments of this make is an assurance of satisfactory wear. As to the styles well, if you'll come here, we can soon convince you that they are exactly what you want. i- o. PERCY JONES, t.-i- CARD OF THANKS. TORPEDO DOATS COMING. Wu wish to thank tbo people of took placo Sunday, at Tbo four torpedo boats, compris.at Hickman and vicinity for their kind ..... i. Uiv. 0. Bowles con-u..- . treatment and liberal patronage whllu ing tho second division of tho Atu L. . miiM at Uiu Drowns vlll bore, and hope our visit will add lantic flotilla, enrouto to St. Louis, ot your city. steamed into Memphis yesterday at much to tho 1 jc xoucU-duatb of this young noon, and nro expected to reach HickHenry llros. man Friday evening or Saturday. en a bad blow to parunU uud 0 i. This should rewind u i a.tk Tho Vessels uro tho McDonougli, a Tho Literary Circlu mot with Mrs. torpedo destroyer, and tbo torpedo i Uu Uruu Ilia per lakes for liU u oti..u, tho cbolcoit flower Alice Am berg Wednesday. This was boats Tingley, Wilkes and Thornton. -at They are on tho wny to form the luu. aru lmuuo from hlu uuctr--a- j tho first mooting of the year, and was greatly enjoyed. Tbo Circlu will naval escort for President Toft on luruat. study Southern literature this year. his coming trip down tho river from O Ma... 4 on Wuduusday oyuuIuk, W. A. DoUds sold It. T. Tyler 3000 St. Louis. ilum lllldrod, Uiu ouly rods ot 1'lttsburg Fence last week, ri Thcro is soiuo doubt us to whether r ul W U. McOubco, a proiu-- - lho wire being shipped to Cairo from tho present stage of water will alfArt.. r of Huiib Urwk, and Mr. which point It was brought to Hick low them to proceed further than A bite Tbo Ituv. Wnlkor of. man by A. A. Farls' tug. This a Cairo, but they hnvo plonty of water , m bin pluaaaut and luiprui. mount of wlro Is sufficient to fenco that far. uibL' r, iu tho pruiiouco of (julto 2,000 ncres. Tho boats woro anchored near Hele r of relaUvu nud frlouds. on Monday night during tho storm Tbo enrollment of tho primary de na ry eksaut bridal proaonU "s T College was so and tho high wind cnusod thorn to L otu-Tho attondaiiu woro: partment ot Hickman drag their anchors and BWlng broad "XiLj'r aud Mlxy llurchlfon. large nt tho opening ot this term of side to tho current, tho waves breakschool that tho Hoard wns compelled L M u au nnii jjg8 K Luusford, ing over their decks. They were not lC and MUa Vlvbiu Mlluvr. to biro uuothcr teacher for this room. damaged, howover, nnd tho nnchors Miss Louise Atwood has been en "J Mary Attuborry pronlded ut tho up nnd tho vessels steam were mo iraduluK Mundolnaobn'M Wed gaged us tbo extra toucher, also us ed to taken u point nbovo llelonn, win re March, 8ho was also hoatubg librarian ot the Carneglo Library. unchorngo was better. Miss Loulso will doubtless fill tho tho J J43 McUhni lirnttiitt nf Tho Tlngcy has tho distinction of of all. kr.:- aa hot Tho fortunate huaban position to the satisfaction being tho trophy vessel of tho tor LV i sratulato bluisolf Ulshop Both Ward, of tbo Metho pedo fleot, having that bo 1 been awarded tho r .pi- nt of ono of tho moBt no dist Episcopal church, South, died trophy colors for tho highest efficiyouDK ladlcv of tnilton Monday afternoon. Tho Illshop ar ency In gunnery nnd torpedo firing ,,ft,.r riTlllirlli.. i.i.iu.n.itiln rived In Kobo last mouth ou his reg- Tho llttlo vessels have been In tho it fm nds tho happy couple loft ulnr tour of Inspection of tbo Metho- service for from six to ten years. ' ' ,u'; uo"e of tho groom whom bin dist missions ot Japan, and bo was Tho McDonough Iiob a displaced), ut r .Mr Ooorgo Whlto and wlfo, taken 111 shortly after his arrival. of SCO tons, carries two torpedo tubes, lir j,artd au ologant Buppor, The Illshop wns CI years old. llo seven rapid flro guns and l! slugs attoud tbem. served as nsststant mlsBlonury secre- four Whltohcud torpedoes. The three Kplscopnl fA.i.Bf'-lUof lho PrPorty owners tary ot tbo MethodlHt other ships carry threo torpedo tubes 1802 until 190C, -l.ooacd d atrb-- t nml II... I.i.ul Church,' South, from rapid flro guns each and two In "ns m u of Illckmn,. win i... n.i aud was elected bishop tho latter Tho McDonough hns a crew of bovi n c k to men, and has a speed of consider tho matter of yoar. aov, John A. Johnson, ot Minne- twonty-nlua luveu ,u Wc8t Wckiuau. knots an hour. Tbo it i bnportant that this iiiootliig bo sota, died Tuesday, ot heart trouble three torpedo boats carry crows of a"l"lt'd. as wo liavo tho t llo was three times elected Gover thlrty-onmon each. They look h nud lie low In the ovor novo tbb nor ot his state, and was n presldon smoko-stulnect tho town lovoed. wntor, nml ure tho typical Blond. Tho Men Unl possibility. Ho wus n ... . . l Dot iv, i man, educating and preparing him sharp prowed greyhounds of tho navy. Wrhmcna & Hond As tho boats travel ouly tu day, $1,0(0 and tbo self for bis splendid career while .. ,rMd Company linn nen.ml I,. rnl.. holplng to support his widowed mothHlckmanltes will have a splendid op 'racks to tho lovoo bolght. Now er. Ills first olectlon wus greatly portunlty to sou tbo flout. l 10 mo Clt imm In rnlmtl uugmented by his opponent saying O U 00. and U oughtn't to tak'o from tho stump: "How would you lu'l0 h0Ur In .! I. i.. . . . ..... llko to have a washerwoman's sou STItAYi:i):from my farm on Houto U 0Vurjr ycar 011 account of for aovernor!" God bless tbo wo- i, tho last of Juno, threo black sowh Ike o ,rnw' And wo ore chumps men who toll and their struggling and pigs. Sows marked crop In left If vantngo of this sons they uro tbo uncrowned queens car uud Bijllt In right. I will give IbMn0'1'1 Uke . Hlley McNeil and kings ot this great republic. 7.G0 for tholr return. oiioortunitjr. i. iui. an object, but be sure that for the price you pay, you secure the very best value and that outside appearance is not all you pay for. When you select a "Palmer Garment" the question of Price, too, is quality is settled before you buy. Fuqua, Helm Sr Co. Judge Nnylor Is quite sick at his Mrs. C. A. Scott, of Pnducah, was tho guest of her son, B. W. Scott, home In this city. first of tho week. Thero will bo 10,000 peoplo in HickIt. L. Amborg loft Thursday for man, Oct. tith. Now York, where ho will attend tho Born to wifo of Geo. Aletbeny, big National Fulton Convention. Tuesday morning, a boy. After a few days thero ho will enter Henry Blghaiu, a negro, for five Harvard College, Cambridge, Mnss., yours a familiar figure around tho to study law. depot, died Sunday. Cards nro out announcing tho aps WANTED: A barber to proaching tnarrlago of Miss Lucllo take cbargo of shop, or will Georgo George, of Uulon City, and soil shop. W. S. Swift. lCp Hall, of .Martin, to bo solemnized ut Drow Luton leaves Saturd' ot the brldo on October, for the homo Baltimore, Md.. where ho wl, attend Cth. Jouns Hopkins Medical Sabot Tho Mongol Box Company's office Miss Daisy Young;, of Wuv HickIs on wheels this week, being moved midway between tbo upper and low- man, who is very low fn that not er factories, and will bo stationed dread disease consumption I facing tho south sldo ot tholr' prop- expected to lho many hours. erty. Tho largo supply room, COxlOO Tho Ladles Willing Worker if tho font has boon finished, and tho now muohlnury being Christian Church will havo ti. r regshop', firat-clns- t- left Wendesday for Unrflold, Ark., whoro Mrs. Perry will remain with relatives while Mr. Perry Is in Hot Springs n few weeks for his health. -i-i-- d 1 -- -3 the machine stationed in tho latter now. ' six-Inc- Up to date six-Inc- h ty-tw- o Dressmaking n Tho Fulton Circuit Court Is In hero this weok, but very llttlo has been ground out by tho Judicial mill. Tho cases of It. It. ltogora for killing Kestorson, nnd J. W. Patterson for killing Copoland woro continued. Hob Avngo, a negro, will bo bos-Mo- bi-s- o Z 1 d self-mad- e t, ? 1 V tried for murder, at tomorrow's session, after which court will likely adjourn. Miss Jessie Henry and Mrs. Mrs. T. A. Ledford received a this week that Llttlo Miss M. Sizemore, of St. Louis, have Hnrrutt, the eldest daughter or opened a dressmaking estab- Hurry Barrett nnd wifo, who ore now lishment at Smith & Amberg's living at Dawson, (la., wuh not Shu bud buun tukun to and will be glad to sec the la- suddenly 111live.day or two boforo. Mr. a dies in regard to their Dresses Ledford's father, Davo Bryant, of Unlou City, loft Immediately for Dawand Fall Suits. son. Tho youngest daughtor, of Mr. Barrett and wife, has been sick for u few wooks with malarial fever. tolo-gram Ca-mi- ular monthly social tonight nt tho church. Ieo cream and cako will bo served. Tho Baptist Woman's Missionary Society will meet at tho home of Mrs. H. P. Gabby, Thursday afternoon, Sept. 30th, at 2:30 o'clock. All mumbors uro earnestly requested to bo present. Mrs. H. P. Gabby, Pros; Mrs. W. J. Harper, Secy. Tho Item printed In tho Courier nlst week regarding- tbo marriage of Miss I.llu Pollock should havo stated that the groom's uuuio was Joo Eus-loof Poplar Bluff, Mo., instead of thu numo given us. Tho tnarrlago took pluro ut Curuthersvlllo, Mo. Percy Jonos bus chartered Uio steamer Dick Fowler fur running short uxcurslous 011 Out. 2Cth. Many other uttructlons ure being: planned entertainment of tho big for tb crowd that will bo hero ou that date, y, 1 LOW COLONIST TARES TO THE WEST AND NORTHWEST. lit PJCTtSZB0 JLOUI3 J3V Q SYNOPSIS. "Mart" Dan Maltland. on rea.hlnc his New Vcrk bat-l- r lut. m-- t an auric-llvi unit nomini at Hie itnor Janitor O'ldcan assured him no one hail rrmn tt.nln that dav Dan dLtrovr.! Jo fan set out for ma wnm rrt lila fmillv Jewels. he nunnR the vnunif tnpl tiiA iwinnirv a.t woman In Bray, irnora no nan seen irar-Inhis bachelors' club. Ilrr ntito Iia.l broken down. He flxcJ It. Vf a ruse the lost" him. Maltlaml, on reaehlnK heme, surprised laity In gray, craoklne tho a.ife nnpafentlr, m. She, crook. containing his n Ianlel took him for a Maltlaml opened Anlst-- . lila aafe. took therefrom the Jewels, ami Knva them to her. llrnt formlnK a partnership In crime. The real IJnn Anlsty. sought hy police of the world, appeared mn mission. Maltland overcame on the him. He met the clrl mitsldo the houae and thev sped on to New York In her auto. He had tho Jewels nnd aha promised to meet him that day. Mnltland received a "Mr Snalth," Introducing himself aa n To ahleld the rlrl In Rray. detective. Maltland, nbout to show; him the Jew ls, supposedly lost, was felled by n blow rrom "3n.ilth's" enne. The latter proved the to be Anlsty himself and he secured doureina. Anlsty. who was Maltland a ble, masqueraded as the latter. n M pictured tho ovcnlng when ths Infatuated detective should find It con. i nicnt to drop In on the exclusive On Union Pacific Passenger Depsrt ment announce that Colonist raroa win ho In effect from Rent it to Oct. IS, 1900, to all point In the West and Northwest. This rear tho West looks more nromlalnr than CTOT. Now Is the time to secure land at low prices, and, nt the snrao time, to visit tho many inter estlng points In the West and North-wos- t at which llbornl stopover ar rangeinents may bo mad. a better estlmato of raw lands can be made now than formerly, because thean land are In proximity to new farms that nro producing wonderful crop- rnsps a distinction B,Tl. Hut the rich and th poor i,.,!. Oh, why should U9 ckl!dfeilefll An mutioM drcadfoli nOLlV 01 IM-- . Uatch any r you will sco r ought to bo ar. n j - t , t . i "7 c" - . :l I For Mr Maltland. to K. 'Mr. Anlsty?" CHAPTER VII. Illumination. a breath was self satlafactloa Omaha, Neb. Hai- - dencrlntlre U Imnx, 0. literature, P. A.. O. P. It write It. SICK HEADACH Intnl...!-- - 1M on in'a nngrr prints tn from hi hl attnrm'V i..n with a Inter rmun. hi M'llilnnd .lined with Ilannr In 4 banished; simultaneously the maiqiin-niter brought his gain down front the celling, his thoughts to earth, his vigilance to tho surface and himself to his fict. summoning to his aid nil that he possessed of rosourco and oxpcdlcnt. Trapped! tho word blared Incandescent in his brain. So long bad ho foreseen and planned against this very r CHAPTER V. Continued. At sight of him the thief was conscious of an Inward tremor, followed by a thrill of excitement llko a wave of heat swceplns through his bclnfr. Instantaneously his eyes flashed; then wero dulled. Imperturbable, listless, hallmarked the prey of onnul, he upon the stoop, malted, undecided, whllo tho watcher opposlto, catching sight of him, abruptly abandoned his slouch and hastened across tho street. "Excuse me," ho began In a loud tone, while yet a doien feet away, "but ain't this Mr. Maltland?" Anlsty lifted his brows and shoulders at one and the same time and bowed slightly. "Well, my good man?" "I'm a detective from headquarters. Mr. Maltland. Wo got a 'phono from Greenfields, Long Island, this morning from tho local police. Your bu"Ah! I see; about this man Anlsty? Tou don't mean to tell me what? I "Copd Afternoon," Responded the Maiquerader. shall discharge Hlgglns at onco. Just m my way to breakfast Won't you No. 2: Having retained Join me? Wo can talk this matter a current of cool air down the back safo. Reason 1 my property, bold no grudge against over at our leisure. What do you say of his neck. "I ain't." ho declared In ultlmato Anlsty." to Eugeno's? It's handy, and I dare "Well I dunno " say we can find ft quiet corner. By desperation, "hungry, much. Had a "And as for reason No. 3: I don't the way, have you tuo time concealed blto a ltttlo while back, over to (hp care to 'havo this affair ndvertlsed. If Gllsey house bar." about your person?" tho papers get hold of It they'll cook "Would a lltUo .drink?" Anlsty was fumbling In his up a lot of silly details that'll excite "Thanks. I don't mind." and inwardly cursing himself "Walter, bring Mr. Hlckey a bottle tho cupidity of every thief In ho counfor having been such an ass as to overlook Maitland's timepiece. "Deuc- of No. 72. For mo let mo see cafo try, and make mo more trouble than I ed awkward!" ho muttered In genuine au lalt," with a grand air, "and rolls. care to ah contemplate" Hlckey's eyes glistened. "Of course, .Annoyance. "I've mislaid jny watch." . . . You must remember this Is my I niako it a If yoh want It kept quiet " ho sugMr. Hlckey. "It's most one o'clock, Mr. rule never to drink anything for six gested, significantly. Anlsty's hand sought his pocket Flattered, the man from headquar- hours after rising." Anlsty selected a ters dropped Into step by the burglar's cigarette from tho Maltland case, lit "How much?" "Well, 1 guess I can leave that to it, and contemplated tho detective's side. countenance with a winning smile. you. Yeh ougbttuh know how bad yeh "Mow, as to this Anlsty affair last want tho matter hushed." CHAPTER VI. night" "As I calculate It. then, fifty ought to Eugene's at Two. Under tho stimulus of the cham- be enough for tho boys; nnd fifty will "Since we don't want to be overheard." remarked Mr. Anlsty, "It's no pagne, to say naught of his relief at repay you for your trouble." Tho end of Hlckey's cxpenslvo use trying tho grillroom downstairs, al- having evaded tho ordeal of tho cutwas tilted Independently toward though I admit It Is moro Interesting." ler)', Hlckey discoursed variously and at length upon tho engrossing subject the colling. "Shouldn't wonder If It "Just as yeh say, sir." , while would," he murmured, gratified Awed and awkward, tho police de- of Anlsty, gentleman-cracksmanAnlsty stuffed something bulky back tective stumbled up tho steps behind the genial counterpart of Daniel Maltills imperturbable guldo; It was a land listened with apparent but decep- Into his pocket and wadded another great honor, in bis eyes, to lunch In tive npathy, and had much ado to keep something green and yellow colored company with a "swell." Man of from laughing in his guest's face as Into a little pill, which ho prcsontly stndgy common sense and limited edu- tho latter, persplrlngly earnest, un- flicked carelessly across tho table. Tho laying tho burg- dotectlve's largo mottled paw closed cation that he was, tho glamour of folded his plans for the Maltland millions obscured his lar by tho heels. over it and moved toward bis waistotherwise clear vision completely. And From tlmo to tlrao, and at Inter- coat. uneasily he speculated as to whether vals steadily decreasing, the hand of "As I was sayln'," he resumed, "I'm or not ho would bo able to manipulate the host sought tho neck of the bottlo, sorry yeh don't sco yer way to glvln' correctly tho usual display of knives Inclining it carefully abovo tho us a hand. Hut p'rhnps yeh'ro right. glass that Hlckey kept In al Still, If tho cltlzons 'd only give us a and forks. An obsequious headwaiter greeted most constant motion. And tho do- - hand onct In a while " "Ah, but what gives you your livthem, bowing, In the lobby. "Good aft- tcctlve's fatuous loquacity flowed as ing, Hlckey?" argued tho amateur ernoon, Mr. Maltland," ho murmured. tho contents of tho bottle ebbed. Yet, as tho minutes woro on, the sophist. "What but the actlvltlos of "Table for two?" "Good afternoon," responded the burglar began to be conscious that It tho criminal clement? If society comroasquerader, with an assumed ab was but a shallow well of Information bined with you for tho ellmfnatlon of congratulating and amusement that be pumped. Tho crime, what would become of your straction, Inwardly himself upon having hit upon a res game, fascinating with Its spice of Job?" Ho roso and wrung the disconsolate taurant where the real Maltland was daring as It had primarily been, began evidently known. Thoro were few cir to pall. At length tho masqucradcr ono warmly by the hand. "Hut there, cumstances, which bo could not turn calculated tho hour as ripe for what I am sorry to havo to hurry you away. to profit, fewer omcrgenclos to which ho had contemplated from tho begin- . . . Now that you know whoro ha could not rise, ho complimented ning; and interrupted HIckoy with to find mo, drop In soma evening and scant consideration, In tho middle of a have a cigar and a chat. I'm In town Handsome Dan Anlsty. a good deal, off and on, and always "A table for two," ho drawled Malt most Interesting exposition. "You'll pardon mo, I'm sure, If I glad to see a friend." land-wis"In a corner somowhore, troublo you again for the time." away from the crowd, you know." At another tlmo, and with another Tho fat red fingers sought uncer roan. Anlsty would not havo vontured "This way, If you pleaso, Mr. Malttainly for tho tlmopicco; tho bottlo to play his catch so roughly; but, as land." The hour, as an- he had reckoned, tho comfortablo state "Dy the way," suggested the burg was now empty, ot mind Induced by an unexpected adlar. unfolding his rorvlotte and glan- - nounced, was ten minutes to two. "1'vo an engagement," Invented dition to IiIb Incomo and a quart of clns keenly about tho room which by good chanco was thinly populated, Anlsty, plausibly, "with a friend at clmmpoKno, had dulled tho ofllclal apGarcon, prehensions ot Sorgt. HIckoy. by tho way, you know, you haven't two. If you'll excuse 1'r.ddltlon!" Mumbling n vague acceptance of tho told me your namo yet." Hlckey John W. HIckoy, detective "Then I una'stsnd, Mister Maltland, too genial Invitation, tho exalted roso uud amblod cheerfully we c'n count on yeh?" bureau." Anisty, eyelids drooping, tipped back down tho room and out ot tbo door. 'Thank you." A languid hand Anlsty lit anothor cigarette and pushed the pink menu car a across the his cbalr a trlllo and regarded Hlckey Ublo to Mr, Hlckey. "And what do with a fair Imitation of tho whimsical contemplated tho future with satisfacMaltland Bmllo. "Hardly, I think." you see that you'd like?" tion. As a diplomat ho was Inclined to "Why not?" truculontly. Indued, all held himself a success, "Well . . ." Hlckey became con 'To bo frank with you, I havo threo things taken under mature considerascious that both unwieldy feet were nervously twined about tho logs of his excellent reasons. Tho first should bo tion, the conclusion was Inovltablo that ho was tho very dovll of a fellow. With .chair; blushed; disentangled them; sufficient: I'm too lazy." Disgruntled, Hlckey stared and what consummate skill ho had played and In an attempt to cover his contusion, plunged madly Into considera shook a disapproving head. "I wai his band! Now tho pursuit of tho afraid of that; yeh swells don't never Maltland burglar would bo abandoned; tion of a column of lablo-dhotscorn to think nothlu' of ycr duties to the news ltoru suppressed at headquarFrench, not one word of which ters. And It was equally curtain that the slightest partlclo of Informa- socl'ty." AnUty airily waved tho Indictment Maltland (when eventually liberated) tion to bis Intelligence. " "We.ll," ho reipa(od, and moistened aside. "Moreover,. I havo lost nothing. would tu at pains to keep bin part Of see, I happened in Just at tho i ho affair very much In shadow. . his lies. Tho room eecmed luddonly Tho masquerador ventured a mysvery hot. notwithstanding the laet that right moment; our criminal friend got u obnoxious, electric fan wa sending tutblug for his pains. Tho Jewels are tical smile at the world la Kcneral. Malt-'land." pan-c'.cl- a moment. Yet panic swayed him for but a little Instant; as swiftly as It had overcome him It subsided, loavlng him shocked, n shade moro pale, but rapidly reasserting control of his faculties. And with this sbado of emotion cam completo reassurance. His name had been uttered la no stern or mennclng tone; rather Its s llablcs had been pitched In a lot and guarded key, with an undcrnoto ot raillery nnd cordiality. In brief, the moment that ho rccognlxrd tho voice as a woman's, he was again master ot himself, nnd, aware that the result ot his Instlnctlvo Impulso to rise nnd defend himself, which had brought him to n standing position, would bo Interpreted as only tho natural action of a gentleman addressed by a feminine acquaintance, ho was confident that tler" he had not betrayed his primal consternation. Ho bowed, smiled, and with eyes In which astonishment swiftly gave place to gratification and completo comprehension, appraised her who had addressed hltn. She seemed to haro fluttered to tht table, besldo which she now stood, slightly swaying, her walking costums ot gray shot silk falling nbout her in soft, tremulous petals. Dainty chic, serene, flawlessly pretty In her miniature fashion: Anls'j rec ognized her In a twinkling. His per ceptions, trained to observations as Instantaneous as thoso of a snap-sho- t camera, nnd well-nigas accurate, had photographed her Individuality Indelibly upon tho film of his memory, even In the abbreviated encounter ol the 'previous night. Ity a similar play of educated reasoning fnculileit keyed to tho highest pitch ot Immediate action, he had difficulty ni scant In accounting for her pres-eucthoro. What 'ho did not quit wcll-polse- lng mottoes: Koep out ot doors nil you can Hroathe outdoor nlr, live In It, revel tVin'L shut vimrself un. Ilulld In It. four houses so that tho nlr supply ' III .4. in good. Throw away your portieres . Don't have useless Tlirf rtfulat ths and miii i p i tun nnr trifle about you. yu. mum Havo a favorite form or exercise Ulitft on snit maVfi thn mnst nf It. uenuine Mutt Bear DARfis horseback If you enn; cycle It you can Fac.Slra!leSinitnrt not get n norso; uo anyming to got out in the open air. twn't nvernnt. Ilrlnk little nnd lot .. nrctier Uflilliyj that llttlo bo pure. IWt try to '"r much vet dress ni well a itrnia tixi rou are able. Woar everything you bw n ncirir can to mnko yourself, toveiy. uu i ri w)W J - WW mi for you. That's whv Anything But That. Little John Is tho youngest ot a iu lane 13 lar lirrr,. family of flro boys, soys the Deline bowels. It s not advcrti-i- ator. One day hi mother said to but merit the prcat, wcaief: him: "0, John. Isn't It too bad I have n't ono llttlo girl? I conld curl her lasuuE men; oi vjajuahrtm hair and tnako such pretty llttlo we want you to know bv triil Tr dresses for her. Don't you wish you you'll have faith and ioia thee ., i -i t ii were a little girl?" -iiima tviiu kcttij well nv i J . . i "Why, mother," ho said, "I'd rather Km a alone. be mou any other kind ot animal you could mention than a girl." Irntmmt. Ildnifltttt Birtu'. In Ik wL( II.m.m,. t wir, BUS WM. Rough on Itals. unbeatableextenntnalw (lough on Hon Lice, Nest Powder, JBc Rough on Iledbugs,PowdcrorLlQ'd,25c nmciuRough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid. 3S. iKwoiiun 1 5c.,Uq'd,SSc Rough oalloaches, Pow'd, fcVU fc ttiUlUI U. fc, IWt. Rough on Moth and Ants. Powder, 25c 999 ew lis rtna at IM Hough on Skoeters,agrcablotouse4Sc WU.t. HE.B.W.l!.ChmUt, Jorsey Clty.N. J. ft- - 0r rJ flW4 Is), of a Queen. , Mottoes matnfttv thu nnenn nf l'nrfuml. pins her fnlth, It Is said, to tho follow CARTERS tbeta Tb LlMt.lM, , slM Jmus. m.-- I brlc-abrac- Iff. iiuiiiiiiK wiuir. . .. irwivrncimi SsVess atm TULANE 4x PM-t- - Slnc-ulaand Plural. Whenever ahe gets to thinking how ber much tbey'ro tn debt It affect nerves." "Huh! tho way It affect her husband Is lingular." "How sin gular?" "Just singular. It affect lit norve.' Ho tried to borrow a hundred Catholic Standard from me r AlUtxAjVUv,B4 ,.fclirt.rwrtvswy, 04 Sri- -, l to mm ! - Safe I Can't Cut You fx V PTHAIIIHVT ltnWr and Th Time. KNOWN THE ' and Orlpp Capudlne. best rsmedy fnr flrlrp and CoMs It Illcks' Capudtns. lUllevcj tna achlnc and fcT1ihne. Cure th coM also. It's Uiulll?ncta lraruill.taljr 1J, IS and Wo at Drue Uteris. For Cold WORtDCAn lldch HAIR BALSA bAfikOi e comprehend was why Maltland had railway used her so kindly; for It had been plain enough that that gentleman had surprised her In the act of lng beforo conniving at her escape. Dut, allowing that Maitland's actions had been based upon motives vacuo to the burglar's understanding. It was quite In tbo scheme of possibilities that ho should havo nrranged to meet his protesee at tbo restaurant that afternoon. 8ho was come to keep an appointment to wb: (now that An Isty came to remember) Maltland had alluded lo tho beginning ot their con safe-brea- Plan are being made for the elec trtftcatlon of the more Important state of Sweden. vcrsntlon. Well and good; onco beforo, within the past two hours, ho had told him' Matt self that ho was land. He was be oven better now. "Hut you did surprlso me!" ho de clared, gallantly, before sho could won der at his slowness to respond. "You seo, I wns dreaming." Ho permitted her to surmise the ob ject round which his dreams had bees Good-enoug- krchly. wovon. "And I bad expected you to bo caw crly watching for mol" she parried. "I was . , . mentally. Dut," h warned her, seriously, "not that name, Maltland Is known here; thy call tnt Maltland tho waltors. It seems I mado a bad cholnw. nut with your as slstance and discretion wo can bluff It out. all right:" "I forgot. Korglvo mo." Hut non sho was In the chair opposite him. tucking the lower ends ot her glovet Into their wrists. "No matter nobody heard." "I very nearly callod you Handsome Dun." Sho flashed n radiant smllo at him from benath tho rim ot her plo- turo hat. A lite was kindled In Anlsty's eyes; ho was conscious of a qulokancd drum- ml iik of his pulsus, "Dan is Maltland. front name, also," ho remarked, absently. "I thought ns much." sho respondod, quietly speculative. Tho burglar hardly heard. It hnt been Indicated that ho was quick wltted, because bo had to bo. In the .1 tiki very nature of his avocation. now his brain was working rather mora rapidly than usual, oven; which was ono reason why the light had leaped Into his eyes. tTO IK CONTINUED.) Good Times In Turkey. "You peoplo of tho wanner climates havo little Idea of our exhilarating winter sports," suld the tourist from ... New "Oh, 1 dqu't, know,", responded tbi wo nave some pretty llvelj I uric llttlo slaying partios over In Anmmla,' Kansas City Time, j) aiiui wfc iy vi benefit from takinK Lvdia E. l'inkham's pound? " s - - cgcuu..; r .a rtiltnMnrf II'ITM flrlv IllllllUlit mv nn.. . . " die lll to ncr sev win nst nor nen? i iDors .t us uucswuh, immunity ! i ti. l till1J 1II.1L. if mil II t II IL it..." ri.his ronnlrv whfri wnmon cannot UC louiiu uiu ,v , restored to health by this lamous oiu m exclusively from a simple formula of roots and herbs. we IiaVC PUOH lJtirmrr (ho n.mr in , I. .... n M , l . .,.rrint wnn I1.LL lfvHn r ju " I... 1 I.I P ,n ", i:mn i,, ,,.. miii ciipri n icstimcni" the writer's snccial permission. Ncwr have wc known.. It . i ' .mt-.m.- - - - , 1 'I"l.. 1 ! -- vp.-ir- s 1 I 1 1 I w- OS-- I,, iif ,,i.i:i....i mo? a W01iWs uu Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable tompou ence with 1. la ' ... atiu aai ni: i. ttlhl-'11- nnr tnimiui anu Merc is one just received a few days ago. u ai lr - 4t:.....:i tut- jj ., cfitomnt - PI - - ......el . . " . il'IIU II IJIII11 III" l.I ., wnv,...w sT. ..i..skiiip iiifri. n ilifitn ViiiifM st'HIi f kltlllli inilllllt nt ta tllt'UlilU01 vi Mini a' nutl u liver trouMo. I hatl trlctl bovcnil doctor jliljfiv -- ...... - . Ti.t ,, -- aa . - DU ... - inro years a iivimi tm over cit well, when I read an atlvortlsiiu-iiliatn s'or iih-uh.- - , t " " ,,iUi" . ,,l nnui- ...MI ,1- V- "BIy litislmml not mo ono hottlo ot tho i"'i'" "" mo so much uootl I cimtlinttil 1U uao. I uta now -- ' - 'tuna rt'irrct It, for It will Htircly euro you." air. tM f Ullk II...,,,,... amr wnmnn unr ic cirif nnt tuiiui in". l..m ) this a trial, not to cive such a nv&cinc not do her as much good as it did Mrs. mo CJ A J-s "I ntlviso T ...II.. IS aj J au mrn nil women Hufforlntr from SI.... .sawmlliUs K. v II III"" y rrheywo.11 . Ill" THEY LOVE ONE ANOTHER. GDQK pT jrc !Ef. arcnt many faces Ilk . Tho paint on a house Is tho extreme outsldo of th house. Tho wood Is simply a structural under layer. That CALM Is ns It should bo. Unprotected wdod will not well withstand weather? Hut Pftlnt mado of puro whlto Icnd'ond linseed oil Is an Invulnerable armor MANY INTERVIEWS EX. Against sun and rnln, heat nnd, cold. WITH Such paint protects nnd preserves, PLOncn IN COPENHAGEN fortifying tho perlshnblo wood with a SIFTED IN REVIEW. complete metalllo casing. And- tho outsldo of tho houso Is tho looks of tho houso. A building may bo greatly depreNEVER 6IVEN TO BOASTING ciated by lock of painting or by poor painting. National Lead Company have rondo Only Conflict of Statement Was on It posslblo for every building owner to bo absolutely sure of puro whlto Whereabouts of Documentary Ev lend paint before applying, They do Idenee, Which Journalist this by putting upon every pnekago Due to Mistake. of their whlto lead their Dutch Boy CONFIDEN T, WHAT 18 PAINTT JUD CIQUS Physicians Recommend Castoria - . (tin atinnlv Painter trademark. That trademark Is a complcto guarantco. CUTICURA I.-- CURED HIM. ., tculd Of came on Legs nd Ankles "r t.rn I " Did Scaling and Itching. Lv, t . r a'J I turCCStfullr was inspecting Iho woods from the cdco was conatantlr In tbo liifeui. ! CUTCj Ot lf "3 . i. WCCUS. 1! 3 - I - I.... a nrfxVlv jaii! no niicntiou io ii jt I noticed a acum I. I did not I ko fish scales. j rr -I j It ur.'ll It camo to bo. too h' 1, 1. c; u at.il began getting iwo Mr ankles were all L' , t ' y and I could not wear '3 uo carpat and felt Sc. I 1 -- l. tJ anil Mmo Cutlcura than ten days I i30' ani' 'n 'M8 "ian to: ! -' ri w: i I was tree irom mo con l'"'K:''-- C Capt, Oeorgo P. Illlss, 'c M ri, Manitoba, Mar. . f fr t'lC- DL' :' In 1 r- rr !S -- fc) j- - kjw 14 ' acl . 1308- - a CUm. CufD, ON A flop. BANK Bwttoa TRAGEDY NOTE a Dol le.tter Werds Found Written on lar Oul by the Receiving Teller, queer bank notes," "I've been r.c- - .tik teller, u!J You know there .1 fjr yar j very odd thlnca written on ire c. ciajcMmes," ho pointed talk e:'. tit"t.:-- r lul buns la n frnmo "Head the wall. And I've got Icft.kiJcca ccn In my col- j I c;ct "Yon hand: U..1 r IcJ n," cf oil tho rest, nnd ot sj i la . May this burn your UU ycj touch It. May all You . j It b accuracd. mt Ittts ('.: Ia:l Are you nuur satlsOcd? I? a lif'ra U bank note In red Ink wa famine T.s i IT-z- n'Jt t:r slched scatluicnlnlly. ci I.? f-- t Irngody," ho aald, rtlial J bellnd thoto slnlplo (V -- Womsn In Postal Service. Tho distinction ot first appointing a womnn postmaster docs not belong to America, nor Is tho employment ot women In tho postal scrvlco a now Idea. As early as 1618 a woman postmaster was appointed to look after tho trills of Ilralne lo Comte, nn Important town of France. In tho trying times of tho Thirty Years' war, tiio prlnclpnl offlco In tho postal service of Kuropo was held by a woman, Alexandrtno do Hue. From 1C2S to 1C46 sho was in charge of tho malls of the flcrman empire, tho Netherlands, Ilurgundy nnd Ixirralne, She wns known as a master general ot the malls. In America, Elizabeth Harvey was tho first to hold a placo In tho postal department. Sho had chargo any competent srlontltlc authority as ot tho letters In Portsmouth, N. It., In to tho truth of his assortlons. the beginning ot the seventeenth cen3. Tlmt until ho had mnilo good his tury. A hnlf century nfterward I.ydta claim by tho production of these data Hill wns placed In chargo of tho post ho asked for nothing moro than to br offlco In Salem, Mass. left alone to complete his book nnd Why Ws Ar Stronaer. present his case ns a wholo to thn scientific world. The old Greeks and Romans were The points upon which his statements varied wore few, as they ro- great admirers of health and strength; tated almost exclusively to tho ques- their pictures and statuary mado the tion ot whero ho had his documents muscles ot tho men stand out Uke i cords. upon which ho relied for his vindicaAs a matter ot fact wo havo athtion. letes nnd strong men men fed on Guestlon of Papers "Whereabouts." flno nirenrth mnklnir food such as I seo by certain newspaper reports Quaker Scotch Oats that would win1 that he Is represented ns saying as ho In any contest with tho old Roman or left CopenhnKon to go aboard tho Os- Creek champions. car It. that all lila documents weru It's a matter of food. Tho finest food aboard th Jennie and were well on for making strength ot bono, muscle their way to New York. This may be nnd ncrvo Is flno oatmeal. Quaker a mlstsko on the rmrt of somo of thn Scotch Oats Is tho best because It Is correspondents, for It certainly does puro, no husks or stems or black not ngren with a statement mnde to specks. Farmers' wives aro finding that by feeding tho farm hands plentime by Dr. Cook last Sunday at lunchfully on Quaker Scotch Oats they get eon nt tho American ombnssy. tho best results In work and economy. 1 said to Dr. Cook: "Considering It you live In a hot cllmatobuy Quaker tho Immense Importance of tho docu- Scotch Oats in hermetically scaled 2 ments containing your observations, tins. It keeps sweet and fresh. I supposo you lmvo Insured thorn. Sub Rosa. What rato ot premium did you have She She told mo you told her that to pay?" "Thero Is no Insurance ofTIco In secret I told you not to toll I her. Ho Tho mean thing! told her Greenland which would undcrtnko not to tell you I told her. such a risk," ho replied, smiling. She I promised her I wouldn't tell Then when I asked him what ho hod you sho told me, so don't tell her I done to safeguard thorn, ns It was of old you. vital Importance that h should bo able to produce them. Dr. Cook ren-- Now York, Sept. 1C William T. Blend, the Iindon journalist, who wont to Copenhnj?eii to meet Dr. Cook, has n long rovlow of his scvural Interviews ot tho explorer. Ho says: lly way of Introduction, lot mo say trero nro certain thlnRs upon which Dr. Cook Insisted, without variation or without tho shadow of a turning st to last from Thoro nro other things uoon which ho might lmvo undo dlfforent statements, or nt least formed his statements differently. Tho slatcmonts ho persisted In were these: 1. He had discovered tho North Polo. 2. He had his data, In tlx shape of scientific observations, a diary and tho like, by which ho could convince coutioal Bociotics and medical authorities. It is used by physioiana rcanlta most gratifying, Tho oxtonded uso of Castoria is unciuestionably tha result of threo facts: Ffnf Tho indioputablo ovidonco that it is harmless $ Second That it not only allays stomach pains and quiots tho norves, but assimilates tho food: ThirdIt i3 an agreoablo and porfect substitute for Castor Oil It is absolutely safe It docs not contain any Opium, Morphino, or other narcotio and docs not stupefy. It is unliko Soothing Syrups, Batoman's Drops, Godfroy'a, Cordial, otc. This is a good deal for a Medical Journal to say. Our duty, how-ovo- r, is to oxposo danger and record tho means of advancing health. Tho day for poisoning innocont ohildron through greed or ignoranco ought to end. To our knowlcdgo, Castoria is a remedy which producos composure and health, by regulating tho system not by stupefying it and our readors aro entitled to tho information, iTaW's Journal of Hcaltlu O ASTORIA has mot with pronounced favor on tho part of physloians, pharmo "witll Letters from Prominent Physicians Wii Dr. D. Halstead Scctt, of Chicago, Ills., says: "I havo proscribed your Castoria often for Infanta during ray practice and Dnd It very satisfactory." Dr. William Belmont, of Cleveland, Ohio, says: "Your Castoria stands first In Its class. In my thirty years of practice I can say I corer have found anything that so filled tho placo." Dr. J. It. Taft, of Brooklyn, N. Y., cays: "I have used your Castoria. and! found It an. excellent remedy In my household and prlvato practice for. many years. Tho formula Is excellent." Dr. TL J. Ilamlen, of Detroit, Mich., says: "I prescribe your Castoria extensively, as I havo never found anything to equal It for children's troubles. I am aware that thoro are imitations in tho Held, but I always eco that my patients get Fletcher's." Dr."V7n. J McCrann, of Omaha, Neb., cays: "As the father of thirteen children I certainly know something about your great modlclno, nnd aside from my own family expcrlenco I havo In my years of practice found Castoria a popular and cfSclcnt remedy In almost every home." Dr. J. R. Clausen, of Philadelphia, Pa., says: "Tho namo that your Cos torla has made for Itself in tho tens of thousands of homes blessed by tha prcsenco of children, scarcely needs to bo supplemented by tho endorsement of tho medical profession, but I, for ono, most heartily cadorso it and bcllcro it an excellent remedy." Dr. IL M. Ward, of Kanias City, Mo., 6ays: "Physicians generally do not prcscrlbo proprietary preparations, but In tho caso of Castoria my experience, Ilko that of many other physicians, has taught mo to mako an ex ccptlon. I prcscrlbo your Castoria In my practlco becauso I havo found It to lo a thoroughly reliable remedy for children's complaints. Any physician who has raised a family, as I have, will join mo In heartiest recommendation of Castoria." addressed to Chas. II. Fletcher. I iKr C3 CASTORll r AL.i.uuub n t iiil 1'ER CENT. ANfyclabklYraarallonforA i IS3 slmllalinSiterootfantJRrtuli ling (lie Stoaadij andBcwM it p. ,2o, Promotes DigesIionJCkerfi ncss and RcsLCorttalns nctea- - OpimuIorphlnc norrtocraLI HOT, NARCOTIC. jtsttntf ViirtnSni 3o2fl F30K Annfect Remedy fOTCtonsfija Ion , Sour Stonadt.Dlarrlui Worms jComTilswnsjotnsitncss onJ LOSS OF5LEEP. I - GENUINE CASTORIA iJeara tno mgnatnro ot ALWAYS TttSasSe Sijnarare cC NEW YORK. I' I I MINIM ii ssssssl v I asslsssss Guaranteed undw the lood Exact Copy of Wrapper. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For OverITKCTi tORt. 30 Years. TMC CCMTMJIt COMPANY, TT MUftMV NCW CfTV. Color mors poods brlcMer and tatter color- - than am other in. Ono 10c ocVu colon all libera. The? dre In cold walrr better than anr other MONROE ORUO CO., Qulncy, Writs lor Ires booklet Mo to Ore. Bleach and Mu Colors. si Bsroieaf mUwut lipoma PUTNAM FADELESS DYES if Illinois, dr. Too can "In order to avoid any risk of their loss I divided thorn Into two portions. Tho finished rusult of my calculation) i:l I brought here to Copenhagen, tho I'' ' c rough material" upou. which those reI s.' sults wore baijed I sent to New York by tho Jennie." tt J i r" f j' Unhurt by Loss of Half. V jc explained the wife, "hfs "Do I understand." I asked Dr ' rj some sort of matter with Cook, "that, although you divided 1.1 1 BBd ht consulted two : your documents Into two parts, tho i ' n about It. Ono told tilm loss of olther would-stil- l leavo you adto ca, a r pr nppl every hour, nnd equate material to , mako good your c Ur ea'i to rrst ftn hoQr nttcr claims?" I "I t a trylnj; to do both." "That ti truo." answered tho explorer. "Tho calculations would liavo Tnutlej o( People on jenus. ' cf Venus. If'thero nro to bo worked out bvor again, but tho ) cxtremoly "dimcult to material would bn all there." !i ta t This statement was mado In tho i f timo. Venus' always tsrj tic rills'- - faco toward thoS'un; presence .of Minister Kgnn and hnlf a 'nth- and naval officers, all lias no day. and tho tlojon. guest "(k c' a c .a d' prlvca It of a month. of whom heard Dr. Cook's reply. I - H bn no year, for Its uxls of can only rcconcllo this explicit staterc'A 5 !l rcDonillrnlrir In ll... i1 nnn ment with tho speech put Into his c' i cri nnd the lattor Is almost mouth upon leaving Copenhagen, by supposing that tho correspondent who reported It did not dlscrlmlnato beThey Should ... tween ono class of documents and tho honest COnvlrllnn l.n.n.l jaj cn ijporlrnco and' that of my other. Kept His Own Counsel. - . ii iuai aunt's Curo' will euro Cook nlwnys asserted to mo that at " .urn nuuuil'I. U ttl llrl.ln h ....I.... uianCIJO" tho proper time, before tho proper au"""-ij- , nny mi.., v iniy inoso ailllcl-- a thority, bo would produco evidence . ' :n aRr form of Itch should try It," which, ho snld, would be entirely conclusive. Me Per His confidence In his ability to proAtchison, Kas. duce this evidence was Immutable, The Business. even when tho news camo that I'eary l,r' rt My husband not u letter had reached tho polo. Dr. Cook's first ! ura'!"B somothlne upon hearing this nuws was dreadful tappm If ho didn't Bend tho remark hoped ll" i a it wan truo, because that ho rnj uf monuy. l'eary'H cvldenco would confirm his .Suart MJr '"""band gets own. f r Ha bills, too. Dr. Cook deprecated producing his evidence piecemeal at Copenhagen. ' K"P The" Off Tk. aro Ho produced no document, as far as Pwttr bad this year-- no bmT anyone. He drew sketches I refer v"'1 V' blt0 Viciously. Wo of know, to J his route and ho penciled diagrams but a ilttlo Hunt's j' as to tho position ot the sun at va,n,'1,llcd ,0 th0 1""fttCl v. rious points, but boyotld showing cf " used In tlmo. Cupt. Svcrdrup a book containing n map on which ho traced his route, ho npu '"a enouBh money laid showed nothing. This book ho took ,n rut,. ri. l.p lllm uu 1:ay "'reel tho from n small handbag, which was a,,?''8' he OUBl,t t0 B,vo oth- - tightly bound und sealed and which bo guurded Jealously, Did Not Show Note Dook. 0,0,1 "Am v.ln? Ff. Al I.KN H HOof-EASWo hopod that ho would produco and ' i wuuid not liave bwd wllh- cu, Inknown Ihe relist It that notebook with Its microscopic ,V .'''nic t think It terlineations before he left Copenha"r """no havlnfc sor St If.-- iMri ' llda ItoUwert, gen, but ho did not do so. We nil " Ak t0 Vay1' BoM by oJI UrufCKlsU. had a certain delicacy about asking Dr. Cook elthor to substantiate or supplement his story, as we did nut thelr wa' back w,th know what contracts ho might be ! dWe ?ty under to publishers to whom ho hud promised his story. A L'j The Doctors' Orders, plied: wt ic 2 seemed to bo llo In tho hammock -t was asked by n syra- ' Icrwhatthotroublo with ifc. tnrs," sho replied, and-l- j ts La'nt como Into a fop' wr.tcr In Mncaxlne o LTo-Da- htband Bp! I Honored by Women I tn m Wd I KA dlf-fc- When a woman ipnlcs ot tier tilcnt seoret tu&crinf she trusts you. Million! have this nark of confidence on Dr. It. V. Pierce, of lluflalo, N. V. e there aro women who bear witness to tho wonder-wprllncuria jj.poncr of Dr. SBBBllE I'ierco'i Favorite 1'rcscriptloa which saves tho infferit itx from pah, and lucceisfully grannies with woman's weak- ocatcs sod Uuiiorn Ills, Every-wherg, POTASH .'W UV M more thoroughly and practically the ire question is worked out, the more clearly it it demonstrated that . .. .... Every Orchard increases in bearing and improves in the quality Its fruit by fertilizing with Potash. of "i IT MAKCS WEAK WOrtON STRONd IT flAKES SICK WOMEN WELL. No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or ber conmisplaced when the wrote (or advice, to the Woklo'i DursNiAsr Medical Association, Dr. It. V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y. Dn Plcnc'm Pleauat PclItU Indue mild BMtunU bowel movtauat one m dy. fidence - Potash Pays 1 s 'l.' j.rt asrn LLJisrisJ.wii'i To sreuro bardr stock and best yields "" a fertnlscr vuuiii!iut mi tcasi v per cent, actual roiamu. 10 Increase Ibe Talmb total 1 prr cent, add 2 lbs. oi TT, u.u.u iu iacn iuiids. oi leriiurer. Send (or Lllemlure about soil, crops, manures and lertilueri compiled br experts. .vi Maucaon request rree. QERMAN KALI WORKS An Arbitrary Classification. "So you think every patriot has a moro or less clearly defined ambition to hold public offlco I" "Yes," answered Senator Sorghum. "As a rulo, patriots may bo divided Into two classes the appointed iud Not Qualified for the Job. the disappointed." b. "Qlack-Hand- " They Are All Pleased. "By experience I havo found your Hunt's Lightning Oil to be a great pain and sprain reliever. I am very much pleased with It." C. C. Cook, Ilalletsvlllb, Texas. 2Ec and COc bottles. Lesson from the Dee, School Teacher What lexson do wo learn from tho busy beet Tommy Tuffnut Not to get stung. Father (Impressively) "My son, 1 want you to be very attentive to your now teacher, who is n man ot wide and general Information. Ho can teach you everything you need to know." Small Uoy (derisively) "He? Ho don't know nothln'l Why, he can't even tell who's pltchln' in the teaguo teams." Just an Angel. "My wife Is awfully good to mo." "Lucky ruaol How does she show ssssrv5ejTOwaKft2SES& Atlanta, da., 1224 Candler Dldf. kaici(i,sesi9sMiE. stsien,sastsa. ACertainCure for sore,weak a Inflamed Eyes: MITCHELL'S MAKES THE USE OF DRUGS UNNECESSARY fH SALVE Price. 25 Cents.tfrfc itr "Sho 1 lets mo spend nil tho money I snvo by shaving myself to buy base ball tickets." Cleveland Lender. 1KHKV MAVIS- - l'AINKII.I.lIU ATuld trauhl by turka tit faimilUrfur llauacrampa. ssc, iie anj Wo Inaitfi-atlun- iZ ul r:w'. ill, j!; For Headache Try ticks' Capudlne. Whether from Colds, Heat, Stomach or Nervous troubles, tha aches are. speedily relieved by Capudlne, H' Uquld ploaa-an- t to takoUffvrta Immediately. 10, 3 aud Wo at Drug Btorva. Any girl can hoar compllmcuts It sho cultivates the habit of talking to laklDg aliva. su- I Woman thinks sho will bo man's perior when sho gets her rights. Tliis Tratlc-marEliminates MI Uncertainly k milll SPECIALS Illlli Slevea's22jCrackJtllle. $2.95 TohBsa n&fi tMitTiii $3.75 IS or II fH 22 Winchester Bepl. Rllle. $8.50 luoi 11 t(ti or II Ituk t, $11.85 tovll IluH lmnrlt isMk taunt $14.40 fwai itsiM 6Usi' II smiai(sa tlviibU bAfttl $15.85 Tier SO in the purchase of alnt materials. t Is an absolute guarantee of purity and quality, l'or your own CViBtitpatloncauMiand actravatea man? aerlons 11 la tbomuttlily lumt hv lr. llrrto'a t'leauut 1'nUela. 'It laioriu raiollj lanm. herself. Good for 8oro Eyes, for 100 yeara IMXriT'S KYK S.U.VK hai ioitlvely cured ejo diaeatca everywhere. All druggists or Howard llros.,llutralo,N,, A dead beat always gets moro credit than he deserves. 000,000 Your follow countrymen bought worth of patent medicine, Sfra, 'VVIniiow's hoathlns; Njrap. For children tatttilna, aofteo tbesupia, relutea n Sammaain. alU) s pla. ouraa vlai iQllu. iuaabuiUa. that it is on the side of every keg oi t hite lead you buy. MTICNll 1102 Mail) protection, see Baud BirIftdKlZtl, It risifktikur HID COamt Ciillj'if. t TorV Oanifclftllf tia il fit) ct mmmmmmmammmmmmmk w. N. Uti Witbtttrr vr w (in IIW Ctaiu CwL hUU . . .. a unimiiCaontin tbl HauiriitaL its. w Writ t. 4il trim BtnsMiUui It or afi o nn r I lack..., 9lOVU RommUbc CA M for caUlofM. a a Many a man Is tho moving picture of an unpaid tailor bill UtmlctMwtth IThompson's Eya Water MEMphi8. no. aa-i- mf . , ftf loue of tho ugly, crlnly, tray noire. Us LA OREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. o PRIOK SI.OO, retail. BAYOUVILLE. an immense difference between a tonic and a stimulant. Up one day, way back the next; that's a stimulant. Steady progress day by day toward perfect health; that's a tonic. Avcr's Sarsaparilla is a tonic, a strong tonic. The only Sarsapanlla entirely free from alcohol. Do not stimulate unless your doctor says so. He knows. Ask him. Do as he says. JT Jytr Co., LotcellMau. Tonic or Stimulant? is (Too Into for Intt week.) choline Wnkn There Then- - In sunshine enough In tin world to warm nil. The way to help people Is not so tiuicli being good to thorn ns belug good with them, n sort of a biliousness, Imlltfcstlon, had Constipation Is the one final cause of breath, debility, nervousness. Has your doctor ever recommended Aycr's I'lllsto you? live kindness. There nru some men who mnke It a point to treat overy other man's wifi well nut tnuir own nnvo smile to nil but their kindred. I Women I I Kkd I trjJ I WMKiwIra siHer I tnm Oscar Craft Is on tho sick list. How nbottt that fish fry? ThiVWrales DEMOCRATir Mm.... For Renro..- -. Prams .. kmak aMmtato, (reteiriy ttelr trnUe, Htla kuk-dHifllH- i. I I Bta'twaMUU ywr use Is as Mas tM-U- ke CarM ta Hbk. H Is a safe, rtMaWe WWaMI. I I I I I I I up' I.ltlln John Novell tins returned to Ilnyouvllle. drover Snlmono wns In our in hint last week. ttoru to Mr. and Mrs, Trustln Hum incrs, n girl. Kurd llnrnes returned from Arknn Has. Monday. u hor Sheriff: OOAtUR t Mrs. Kntn Davis paused through hero enroutn to Doreim, Thursday. Sprinkling Rates For 1909 The sprinkling rate for the season, ber be- The Influence which you start to day In the home, ttio neighborhood or the social circle, bo It ever ho small, will roll forward through Ih ages, growing wider and deeper an stronger with uvery passing hour, and blighting or blessing an It rolls. In unity there is strength. This Is iii'vit more true than in the hoirx A home strong to meet adversity ni the most ndvorso circumstances life Is where there Is union of hi arts nnd union of Imnds. There will Ik Joy In such a home despite dark tin) nnd pence denplte the turmoils of lift John Urynut nnd Joe I'ollintniis, of Ikirens, wans hero on business Friday Mrs. (Jourt Clerk. J K Wat In Knst In Do friends visiting !.n I'rnlrlo for a few days a jj For Jitiler. ginning May 1st and ending Novem1st, 1909, in residence section, is . . 50 foot front and under . 8c for each additional foot. $6 Business house rate, each door $6 This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle r Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCOHlOKATtiI "SANSPARIEL" FLOUR "CREAM OF THE WHEAT" Sold by most grocers. Every sack or barrel positively guaranteed or your money back. Nothing equal to it for fine pastry. Take no substitute. A less expensive but good flour is our high grade patent 'STAR." Try it t Also corn chops, wheat bran ,etc. C. H. BESHERS, (Successor to Beshers & Jackson) NOSE BARRETT, Agent. COAL! COAL! Now is 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 Coal Tradewater Lump Coal Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam and Anthracite Coal, upon application. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED, Quality counts In Shingles. Don't MONEY TO LOAN. be deceived get the best, by buy I loan money at the rate of 5 por Ing direct from the mill. Yates & cent per annum on farm lands In Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. Obion and Weakly counties, Tonn., and In Fulton county, Ky. About one bait the cash valuo of a farm will bo loaned. Loans made In sums of U,- r, - I 000 or moro for flvo years with privl' lego to borrower of paying samo after Is a A'cffiei fornir tit I. Ua nr..' ono year In full or making any sUo ffirt vl Ui3 Izyvs. partial payment desired at Intervals --rNo matter y of six mouths aftor the expiration of ono year, Interest bolng stopped on common rea oi a.W & partial payments mado. Call on or wis inrci ui only a lew days, or a cue ol gianulatrd lull ol write. twenty yeari ttaodinj. O. SPIUDLIN. Union City, Tenn, For cuteconjunctivi'i (common ltd toie tytt) no remedy in the vvoilj rquili Or. lilack'i Eye Water. 71m inott aggravated can--! aie often cured in thirty. lix houit ly thu celebrated A now swindling game Is being remedy, it can be UkxJ y worked In bo vera status. A man fe.y fo, ,o,e eye. ITICC, with &DC claiming to be a government Inspector drops In on a farmer who has a J. R. BLACK MEDICINE CO.. Kennetl.Mo. bunch of fat cattle Hourly reudy for the market. It dousn't take the ul SI'ECIAU THSTIMOMAI.. . ledged Inspector long to discover that A IKTTUK PKOM OHh Of I'H CUHtOMKM TO A I'KlkND, the cattle uru uffeotud with tuberculoSnuiV Mo.. JjwG, 1906. sis. A few days later thu Inspector's Mr.T.M.Kar.Yo.l.ak.Tr.n Dear Sr KnJyina to juur mor cl v 4th hut . 11 partner comes ulong and buys the to r lli J. R. Ulau MnViiM C o ii tWuuaUy irL.IJ. Lookand rnpuuiU aad llial L)l. tljik'l ly. Wafer lU nut "tubercular" cattle for a song. eymU any itmtdf I rf r MnJinJ. out for these swlndlurs. ft4ily a KfoLc it Kx. it, I tJJ n.trl two You mmJ not IwwUl to lecoava-o- Dr. Ekc& j Eye "" 1 Mioa And JkJ twi lro la riLna oa mnU Lu. itum a. ScUaadBwfaakii,andif rouaiecalilvpontoinale ai4uad,daiu, uJilvr KiUpi4xt rui. Yuuitmlr. O cancek nnua stoue. rr. I Cum.lrup. Tinware aud stove fixtures at Hot toreworth & l'rather. . INHCDDMnrm-Whon your back gives out; Ilecomes lame, weak or aching; When urinary troubles sot In, For Sheriff. Your Kidneys nro "In a bad way." I HAS Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you "j Horo Is local ovldenco to prove It: For County Judge. Mrs. a. U. Wslkcr. Catlet and JAMEi 1. CA Ilroadway, Hickman, Ky.. says: "lam J, n strong endorser of Doan's Kidney For Jailer, Pills and firmly bullevo that If It wero not for them, I would now bo a confirmed Invalid. Tho pains In my back were so severe that I could hard ly stand. My health rapidly declln ed and I was truly In a critical con i arm i i dition when a friend advlaed mo to try Doan's Kldnoy Pills. Although I i bad almost despaired of getting rem r this Imitation of others Is enrrh lief. I procured a box at Helm & Killwould be ludicrous did It not bring so son's drug store. Tho results of their much happiness In Its train. It Is uio wero truly remarkable. In less frequently the direct cause of the din than three weks I was restored to have in case ic rfr mbx cord nnd discontent nnd debt that good health and cvury sign of kid Keeping House for Ones Own Com havo driven happiness from tho fam ney complaint had boon removed from .1. iw h ninlat fort. ily hearth-stone- . Ixa us have n stnu tuy system." to itarth vitb agi,-- : Ho was wUo who wroto: "Half tho dard of our own, based upon our ou For salo by all doalcrs. I'rlco (0 a . 11.. s . rA.la sting of poverty or of small means i needs; let us cheerfully and brave cents. gono when one keeps house for ono's ly adhere to this standard, heedless you may be t la- n Co., Buffalo, New own comfort and not for tho comment of that dreadful bugbear: "What wil York, solo agents for tho United Aripnl R T TYI of one's own nolghbors." Deny It as the nolghbors say!" Slates. wo will, few of us have the moral Ilomembor the name Doan's and force to set up n standard jot our own tako no other. The Benefit of Change. based upon our own Inconios and our O One of the worst foes of human life own particular homo environments. A rent unreconstructed rebel has Is monotony. Tho whole human be We commit the folly of regulating Ho Is Col. CI. N our expenses by tho Income of soruo ing, body and soul, rebels agnlnst It. been discovered. ono else. If the Drowns across thu After long residence In one place the Satissy, of Sylvester. Governor llrown street hang up exponslvo lace cur blood begins to run sluggishly; the recently named Saussy colonel on the tains, wo nro discontented until laco appetite falls, thu mind becomos dull governor's staff and the adjutant gen curtains have gono up to our win and the feelings stuplflcd. .Mind and eral mailed the old soldier his comdow-8- , no matter how much smaller body act nnd react upon one another mission, toRuther with thu oath of H:.KUA'! Kt our Incomo may bo than that of the Every physician recognizes tho value allegiance to Georgia and tho United of change, not only the change of air States. Colonel Saussy erased the Drowns. If tbo Smiths put down and diet, but change of surroundlngM, word "blue" wherever It appeared In Roonjs and Board as a medicine for the sick. Chnngo of tho regulations for the uniform nnd scene stimulates the mind nnd heart substituted the word "gray." Then to activity, and those reacting on the he erased the oath to the United fottable rocms .1. f ' " body arouse It to greater vitality and States conatltutlou entirely and wrote. offorttjintll tho whole system Is reno "I ntn a Confederate soldier, still ou Reasonable Rates B parole nnd while pledged not to agnln vated. It Is the mother of a household bear arms ngalnst thu United States, whoso life Is chiefly threatened by I havo never taken oath of nlleglenco. monotony. She stays at home. She nnd while (!xl gives me life I never Is always In the house seeing the will." O same things, hearing thu snmo voices doing thu same work day uftur day 500 PEOPLE WANTED. with endless regularity. Tho demands Wanted, COO to people to anno upon her time and strength and love at onro to tho Hickman Drug Com Cured by Lydia E. Pink and patience nru luoruaslug, nnd the pauy's tab6 . store and gel one bottle of wonder Is hrvnk Sewind Machine ham sVegetabletompound down moro that she does notactually Wclkur's 8arsaparllla Compound frequently than Is Uinrntr V T T nal 41mt T v1tn V Wood Purifier. runs lighter thin MX Plnkham's Vegetable Compound has the casu. Tho fact occurs too often This Is tho medicine that is being other. and In such cases an ounce of pre given mo new me. I suffered for ten vention Is worth many pound of advertized all over the cou.liy, nnd U proving of wondenut merit. It Is years with serious cure. tab , remalo troubles, inhits longer thinmy When mother begins to look hollow for rheumatism, Indlgosthu, coustiuu ML 'l'sJB flammation, ulcer eyed nnd weary; other. when she wakes in tlon, torbld liver, and kidney ttoulne atlon, indigestion, nervousness, nnd tho morning unrufrushtd to drag Puts now life, vim sid vigor In t'io aM could not sleep through a weary day, thou Is the entire Bystom. Doctors gave mo Wit . Three dosos will provo to .vou its ismoreheiutitulth" tip, as theybuld my time to sond her away, if only for it KaaHaLLLLaH wero short while. Of course she will ob wondorful merit Guaranteed under troubleswas in any olher. chronic. I tho puro food law, and It contains. ject. There tho despalr.auddldnot the preservesIs to sewing to bo done, Fluid Extract Harsaparllla, attend to, und be caruwneiiurl lived Kluld Extract Prlckloyash, I. an leal vibritiw or tiled, when I read about Lydlu E. sides It is liuposslblo to leave thu l'lnkham's Vegolablo Compound; so I children and equally Impossible to Kluld Extract Wild Ctiorry, than any other. began to tako It, and am well again and Kluld Extract Dandelion, them with hor. Don't listen to relieved or an my Huirering." Jlrs. tako Kluld Extract iluchu, Gkoiiok Johdv, Jiox 40, llarlton, NJ. her objections. She has reached tho Kluld Extract Dogwoood, Lydla E. l'lnkham's VeKotablo Com- point whore she Is too exhausted to is eaner to open" pound, mado from native roots and plan and carry out such an undertak- Kluld Extract Yullow Poplar. than any other. herbs, contains no narcotics or harm That should bo enough said. It will ful drugs, and tc--da v holds tho record ng herself. If sho could plan It sho for tho largest number of actual cures would not need It. Hut let her hus euro your caso, for it treats the cause of femalo diseases we know of, and band, whom she hus served so faith- and not tho pain. makeiamorepertect thousandsof voluntarytestlmonlalsaro The Hickman Drug Co., oxcluslvo on file In the l'iukhum laboratory at fully, or the oldest daughter, to whom stitchthanany other. Lynn, Mass., from women who havo he has given her life, urraugo nil agents for Hickman, Ky, been cured from almost overy form of matters, so shu cuu leave homo with Manufactured by tho Capitol Modi ASVFREE all comfemale complaints, iutlammatlon. ul. olno Co., Nashville, Tumi. of cerutlon,dIsplacements,ilbroId tumors, her heart ut onso about tho children. m the Lest Call in some rulatlvo or friend to help Price, $1.00. Irregularities, perlodiopalns, backache, one. bined in indigestion und nervous prostration. to stay with thu little ones, and send O MCIIINE f; Every suffering woman owes It to her- thu dear, tired mother as far awny FREE SWING Havo you a friuud In somo other self to give Lydla E. l'lnkham's Vege- from homo us lLU" it is posslblo to gut town It CHICAGO table Compound n trial you would llku sneclnl mlvlce her, und keep her away until she is Qlve who Is not taking tho Courier? If us their namo so that we can unit HA 1 1' J'1' about your cu wo write nconlldcn- - strong again In nerves and body. sond thorn a sample copy, or butter ... tUU loiter to Jlrs. IMnkunm. ut r...:inm Pn o Lyiin, Muss. Her aUvioo U ireo. still, you call and send It to your aud always helpful, Hccltal, Friday, 24th. frleud for a while. Indolence and Home. Indolence Is an onemy to honu Some men nro too lazy to provide (K cent conveniences at homo. It U crime against the happiness of th home for a man to neglect to pro id tho little conveniences that wilt add to the beauty and comfort of the home. Say, brother, take out that old mildewed pillow and put In n pane o glnsit, It Is too painful us It Is. Climb up lb r. ind put tho bricks on the chlniii 'y where the storm of last win tor bl" x them off. Tut a carpet on the floor and n few pictures on the wall. I'ut some good books on the shelves, and give your family a pape or two to rend. Study to make jour self useful, aud to rob homo of Its bleakness, by providing things that add to Its comfort and brightness Mnke the children feel that home Is a I'aradiso In which tho thrushes of love ever sing high up In tho clear blue sky of tho humble heart and you will have no fear of turning out thieves and harlots In years to come aiy trylag Cardal. The first battle fave ate relief aad aw I urn almast welL" Try Cardal. U will help jtm.m K Ulny hnsbaad Insisted aa Mrs.Ieaa lire, af Fierce, fit., tried CardBl aad afkN ward wrett: "I was a treat an sarts af fe aukretrnale, had ftla la asy side, draw 1b b patas la y legs,eBld hoI sleep, lud sherd ess el breath. "I sallercd for years, sal-fer- er Klhel week. IaiwIs nnd Kate visited hor tittle sister this neighborhood last Mrs. John Hubbard, of Now Mad rid. wns visiting In this uelghtier- hood Inst week. aciiool Superintendent MISS r a rx,R Urn Mlstcs frank IVnveltir nnd Hemic Itnyer, Messrs. Hill l'eavoler nnd An ell Itnyer were the guests of (Irnvtt Do Leon. Sunday. "IN A BAD WAY." County Aiiwior: f HAS. EEA -- j. County Judge. County Attorney; JAi W Msny a Hickman Reader Will Feel Grateful for This I T County Court Cleric t ?. fix velvet carpet, our neat and pretty Ingralu becomes an eye sore to us. We are extremely mindful of what our neighbors will think about many things that ought not to concern them In tho leait. Wo have no stnu dard of our own. Our dress nnd even our table must be regulated by tbo standards of others. Wo have not the courage nor the Independence to be Indifferent to the comment of on neighbors. Tills form of moral cow art ce Is causing many families live beyond their Incomes. They can fnce debt nnd forfeit their sol f re- spect easier thnu they can face th unfavorable comment of their friend aud neighbors. The extent to which 1 r: in mi a . 1 4 1. Koatcr-Mllbur- HI A Cottage Hotel... AFTER "i SUFFERING TEN YEARS Slogans FREE FREE t 'lKrv 4 FREE tSFREE tFREE . rtlto" rf" g or THE HICKMAN COURIER. up the Hill A BLUE MARK HKRk mfftfn thst year hI serlptlen hiM explrfel. flenw promptly if you wiint the pApr to com to you ftftir thlt month the Team that Pulls the Commercial Wagon "J--- at Succbss, The Gaurter has a Spanktn' Good Team, Grease the IIxIbs of Your Wagon, Old Man, and LbVb Hitch Up ESTABLISHED VOLUME "0' ,7-Tn- nrr HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, HENRY BROS. LOT SALE. Tho Henry Ilros. lot snlo, ombrne lng a now addition to Hlckmnn, wns puiiou orr Friday arternoon, nccord In to previous announcement. Tlier worn In tho neighborhood of from 800 to 1,000 people on tho ground when Mr. Henry nnnounced tlmt tho sale nn waa ready lo commence. Just to get folks In n good humor, lie handed out tickets lo tlio crowd nnd proceed to give nway Ion dollars lo tho holders of ten lucky numbers. Tho same tickets wore also used In giving away tho froo Iota. Mrs. If. b, Amborg drew tho first dollAr given nway, nnd hor twin brother, Fuqua, drew the Inst ono a Ed-wi- n THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1909. whole Ho.a.mo IH THE TEAR 1HBII rj BOTH COOK AND PERRY made n good rncc for the Pole, but they'd hnve made better time with our store ns their gonl if they ,nw our new FALL WOOLENS. FUQ UA, HELM & CO. you really ought to get your orders NOWTO-DAY- , while the assorton our books nt its best. ment is Say, boys, You'll find the fabrics priced right nnd there arc hundreds of patterns to choose from. your clothes and we'll give you while clothes that fit, keep their shape and look good as long as you wear them. Let us make something worth personal satisfaction of having your clothes made to order has a value that cannot be estimated The in dollars and cents. We let you be the judge as to style, and give you what you wontwhat you arc entitled to. Come in and "Rubber" . At the New Fabrics YOU WONT BE ASKED TO BUY MILLET 8r ALEXANDER singular After announcing the terms of tho sale, etc., Col. O. 8. Mooro, of Springfield, Tonn., tho Auctioneer, took charge of tho snlo. This big, Jolly, iZOO ndny man hns tho nrt of auc tioneering down to what might bo termed n "frazzlo." Ho can do ns much talking and say ns llttlo ns any man wo over heard; In fnct, his rapid flro spell gets tho desired re sult. Ho paints, and retouches tjio d.rcary landscnpo until tho nnd dumbfounded listener fancies he Is standing on the sunny slopes of southern Italy with a strata of Alas-kndirt beneah his feet, and that fortuno Is at Inst knocking at his unlucky door. Generally someone Is so moved by his argument that tho 95c bargain Is snapped up, nnd tho auctioneer tells tho driver to "Cld-npTho hack sails away, and tho fast and furious talk Is ngaln resumed on another lot tho cream of crcntlon and tho struggling, crowd follows In mad haste, llko a crowd of school children In tho wake of patent medicine man, and are, for the moment, lost In a cloud of dust arising from newly graded streets. Hut tho regiment of fortune- seeking soldier Is soon on tho flrlug lino and business Is again resumed at the now stand. Thus tho bnttlo owe-struc- k n .' We beg to call your attention to the arrival of new Fall Dress goods, in all the latest shades, including plain, plaid, stripes, etc. New waistings in silk and mercerized cotton in white and colored. Suitings, Ginghams, Percales, Art Squares Rugs, Lace Curtains and Window Shades. Newest effects in Ladies Neckwear Collars, etc. May Manton Patterns, 10c. supply always on hand. 51 Full , R. & ?l 6. CORSETS Try Wilbur D Nebir. " Is waged. It was ono of tho Henry Ilros. rules In giving away lots to call Uio number drawn only once and tho holder had to bo present to get tho prize. Willie llondurant was tho only ono so unfortunate ns to hold n lucky number and not be present to claim his lot. When the crowd began to lag behind a llttlo, Mr. Henry would tako up nnd shako the box contain- Ing tho dupllcnto tickets this brought We have just received a new lot of R. & G. Corsets in short, medium and low bust, extra long back and short front. d We invite yourself. you to call and see for all tho stragglers back to tho fold-- all could answer present a free lot was going to someone. It was a hnppy good nattircd crowd, nnd ns they gathered In tho cool shado of tho chestnut grove, It lookpiced more like a good, nic than anything else. Tho band, comioecd of Hickman and Union City mi Ar4 the book U litllvrrtJ to him nd he ulih, I am not learned." that U not learned, laying, Read this, I pr taaiah 29:12. These arc the poems of the world: The grass that whispers to the wind, The rose with petals half uncurled, The mountains in blue haze outlined, The wondrous, sea In calms- ndream, in tempests" hurled In one compelling harmony These arc the poems of the world. ever-changi- , These arc the poems God has writ: The skies that redden with the dawn, That with the stars arc lantern lit The stars that journey on and on; The hush that dusk sends to the plain When twilight falters down the hills, The sunshine, and the mist and rain, The flower scent that June distills. These are the poems of the world: The shaded forest solitudes Where ancient trees, broad-limbe- d and burled, Invite us to uplifted moods; The snow-field- s stretching white and fur, In moonUght'3 subtle magic pearled; The meadows, green and fair these are The d pages of the world. These poems, written clear and true, Bear impress of the master hand That made them Ah, and I and you Look long before we understand. They livel No finger-frette- d pen Must heap them up of mental sherds God writes his poems not as men Who walk the narrow path of words. song-sprea- mm musicians, discoursed patriotic airs anon, and I'orcy Jones, oqual to all emergencies, kept tho Inner mun re freshed with confections and "red lemfinado" that pleasant reminder pr.vutcly. Lots ltavo also been cluing-It;- ;; 17.50 N. J. Coruui, 1 122,50 of the first und best circus wo ever J, It. Ilrown, 7 hands since the sale at a profit. C0.00 saw. W. S. Ellison, 1 Taken as a whole tho sale was a 87.50 It. L. Amborg, 1 Tho snlo continued. su. cess. Financially, it exceeaea tno nyn.oo W. A. Dodds, S Ftvo lots were gtvc awny between expectations of both promoters and 85.00 C. L. Holland, 2 sales Instead of one as advertized. public. However, tho lots ought to C5.00 K V. Davis, 2 TIioho drawing froo lots wcro C. F. bi worth whnt tho brought, consider32.50 H. E. Curiln, 1 Ilaltzer, J. C. Ellison, Mrs. II. S. ing tlie prevailing high prices of Hick 37.50 W. S. Doty, 1 Klllott, Green Adams nnd Mrs. II. G. nun real estato. 42.50 Miss Jessie Outten, 1 Tha manner In which tho sale was Halo. 40.00 J. A. Cotton, 1 At this snlo no Jots were sold to conducted wns entirely satisfactory 55.00 K. W. Adams, 1 and no lots negroes; though wo understand this - ihoro was no 133.00 rule has been broken slncu tho sale. taken down after a bid was made on E. K. rtecves. 2 brick house wns pur th m. Tho 75.00 Sexton, 1 J. Tho 20 acres bought from D. H. Wil-srchased by Julian Chonto for $1,000; 110.00 J. W. Ward. 2 cost Henry llros. J3.000 but they tho locust grovo by Miss Mrtrlo Hro- 80.00 M. L. Illniiey, 3 vard for J2C0; tho beech grovo con h..vo realized a nlco profit; gross re-- c Miss Mario Ilrevard, acrengo 2C0.00 ipts amounting to something over taining sulpher spring was bid In by t; '00. Hon. II, T. Tylor for 400. O following nro tho purchasers: Lots were bid by n fow who woro SHOW SEASON OPENED. unablo to mako satisfactory financial $ C5.00 )I. McMullln. I arrangements nnd were later Dillon & Cox. tho popular manngers 07.50 J 8,, Prathor, 1 of tho Lyric, aro crowning themselves 105.00 1 . J. Wiloy, with glory In tho eyes Of theatro-go-erB- . Tho best lot of shows over glv-e- u you wish to have your MIssVJrglnla Prnther, 1... 105.00 110.00 Hickman have been booked by prescriptions filled Qlcfo II. C. Holm, 1 3 1C7.H0 theso gentlemen for tho coming sea8. Klllott, ly Accurately by II. I). Smith. 1 130.00 son. L. 202.50 The Frank Dudley Company, which It. Holcombo. Registered Pharmacists N. M. Tyler, IX 2. G37.50 finished a three nights' engagement 82.50 with tho performances of Saturday Mrs.. Percy Jones, 1 take them to. 80.00 evening, was beyond doubt one of tho W. Curiln, 2 Dr. 125.00 best ovor boou In Oils city. Mr. DudII. W, Scott, 4 32.50 ley, who Is supported by u strong Vm,Whltny. 1 100.00 and clover company. Is an uctor of J K. McMullln. 2 226.00 ability und at u long romovo ubovo I). If. Wilson. 5 where you may get your 00.00 tliu average. In tlio character of liar-o- n B. Pu Wright, 2 Drug wants at lKO.OO Hohonstauffor lu tlio "Now DoM. II.- - Shaw, 4.i. any hour 70.00 minion," as John Douglas lu tho"lllv-n- l U It. Caldwell, 2 00.00 Candidates," nnd ns 1'red Fizzol-tofuo Throlkeld, 2 DAY OR NIGHT 160.00 lu tho laughable eonudy "Nlta's It. T Tyler, acreage 132.00 First," Dudley certainly made good. C. A. Wilson, 0 35.00 The old gag that Hickman Is a S. L.' Cumpbcll, 2 Cowgill's Drug store Jullua Chonto, brick house. 1000.00 poor show town was thoroughly exKcveynlgbtl 347.&0 ploded by this company. Julian Cboato, 4 (Incorporated) six-roou tho house was packed. Give tho peoplo of Hickman shows In this class and they'll fill tho house. And when the Dudleys return they may expect tho "old tlmo majority." DEITZEL DISCHARGED. a Ed Deltzcl. son of Herman Dcltzcl, a prominent Union City capitalist, was arrested In Memphis lagt week on a charge of passing or cashing worthless checks. A number of peoplo nppeared against Dcltzel, charging that they had been victimized in sunn ranging from $5 to $25. Tho young man claimed that ho bad sent a sum of money to tho Union City bank to cover tho amount Involved, but that It had failed to reach Its destination on tlmo. Ho mado good all tho checks ho was alleged to have tried to secure money on and was released from custody. Fulton Commercial. O 4 ;1 If and . Two foreign ministers, ono United States senators and five congressmen 1 a Cowgill's Drug Store n hava been added to tho list of 'hoso who will accompany President Tuft down tho Mississippi river to tho fourth annual convention of tho Deep Waterways Association nt Now Orleans. According to tho official records, thirty-sigovernors, seventy-siUnited States senators, more than 160 congressmen and ten foreign ministers make the trip. Indications aro that have accepted Invitations and will tho committees lu charge of tho Hickman part of tho entertainment will have their hands full, Lakcs-to-tho-Gux x ' lUfrlrifi liiii' Kirro ijttii finzTA:- nt cnn-- THE MOST REMARKABLE SALE We have ever held, will begin at our store on next Saturday Morning Sept 25ih, Remarkable not only for the PRICE CUTTING, but for the fact that the PRICE CUTTING is done rig-h- at the beginning of the season, just as the NEW GOODS ARE COMING IN and just as you are beginning to want them. If you do not come to this sale you will not be doing justice to yourself or your family, for it behooves you to buy your goods as cheaply as possible, and NOWHERE will you find gopds priced as low as we are pricing them now. We quote a few items, but our house is full of things equally as good: t Pepperell 10-4- : Brown Sheeting Pepperell 10-4- - Bleached Sheeting Best Carpet Warp at Hope Bleached Domestic at Mem 10c Cnnvns at Gloves 25c 7 cent Unbleached Domestic at 27kc Best Dress Calico 22ic Luzon and Cardew Percales 8lc 36 in. S1.00 Kid Gloves Spotted 7c Best Quality Table Cloth Oil at at 5c Remarkable Value Giving in 5c 9c These Prices on 25c A Most 20c Remarkable Offering In Men's and Boys' Clothing. Dress Goods Every piece of goods quoted here will cost from 50 to 100 per cent more at other you stores. Can you afford not to look. 44-inc- Staple Notions Cannot be Equalled Anywhere 2 spools Thread for Large size Ink Tablets Shoe Laces, good quality Good Pencils with rubber Best quality Pencils ''beats all" Good Envelopes t .5c .3c 5c a dozen 9c a dozen 15c a dozen .3c a package .2c a Package We have abont 150 of these garments. Tr,- - c tt they are made is first class. The pan-- j strong and well made and will give good and sai a ' ' wear. These Suits were manufactured to sell at fr "12 1 We propose to give you choice of anv ' s : to 16 50 Vest in the lots for 3.50 Boys sizes run from 14 years up, or from 9 Mens sizes 34 to 40. of which T h 36-in- 36-inc- h h 40-i- 49c Serges, all wool, black and red, 60c quality.. 49c Shadow Panamas and Mohairs, 60c kind 49c Wool Suiting, worth 40c7at 25c black fancy Weave, all wool goods, $1 Black Mohair, worth" 83c at Panamas, black, blue and brown, $1 value... Broadcloth, all colors, 75c kind Check y Fancy Black all wool Goods, SI value Mens and Boys Pants I yi We own some 200 or 300 Pairs of Mens to offer you th r markable bargains you have ever bought. We riv r these pants Into three different lots, as follows Lot 1. contains Mens and Boys Pants, wor" 1.00 2.00, Sale Price :' Lot 2 contains Mens and Boys Pants, wc r' 1.50 .. 3.00, Sale Price Lot 3 contains Mens and Boys Pants, wor''' : 2.50 5.00, Sale Price a- Pants, at figures that enable us r n value...75c h 49c 75c 49c Wire Hair Pins 1 Oc Oc h Seam Braids. Kid Curlers 1 h 5c 5c 85c Blue Serge, J6.inches at 35c Shepherds 50c Plaids at 49c 25c 25c 25c Hair Rolls 1 ..20c 10c 10c -l- Boys Knee Pant Suits bargains nt 5c Barettcs 5c Collar Supporters. 15c Jet Pins 1 50c Plaid Suiting at Qc Oc We offer equally as great Look at these. lines Rnvi 1 n!r Suite nn In 1 7t Boys 2 pljce Suits, up to 2 00, Boys 2 piece Suits, up to 6.00, as . in 5r r 1 K r at for : i Peters Diamond Brand Shoes At a Sacrifice Ladies S4 LADIES AND MISSES RIBBED UNDERWEAR. STAPLE COTTON GOODS Apron Ginghams 10c Dress Gingham 12 3 Figured Taffetas and Satins 12 Mohair Suitings 10c Outings 1-- and $3.50 Par Excellence and Diamond Special Fine-Shoe- s Misses $2 Kid Shoes at Mens finest $5 Shoes Mens 3.50 Shoes at Mens S3 Shoes at -- 2.98 .......,. ;. ; .x lOc 10c I9c 9C 5c 9c Misses Ribbed Union Suits, worth 35, at. Ladies Swiss Vests, fleeced 50 cent quality Ladles 25 cent Ribbed Vests, at Children 25 cent Ribbed Vests, at 25c 35c 25c 10c 350 - 1.50 NAPKINS, TOWELS AND TABLE LINEN 75c Napkins, for 1.25 Napkins, for 1 75 Napkins, for 2.50 Napkins, for 3.00 Napkins, for .... .. 98c Tray Cloth, at 75c Tray Cloth, at 35c White Table Linens, for .. j Large size Bleached Turktsh Towels, 38x18 Incnes Extra Quallt. BleachedTuik!sk Towels, size 51x21 Large size Bleached Huck Towels. 10c Flannelettts .. ...9c 4C 2.50 2.75 10c Solid Outings Dress Outings 50c 95c 1.35 1.75 DO YOU KNOW- 2.40 75c 05c 20c 10c 25c 10c Lion Brand and Big Bear Hats ? Then you'll know what great values these are. shapse. $3 Lion Brand Hats Big Bear Brand Hats for All staple SPECIAL BARGAINS $1 and 1.50 Velvets in colors .. 2.00 1.50 25 and 35c 5C Ladies Skirts at Big Bargains $10 Skirts in black, blue and brown $7 Skirts, In all colors for 6.08 4-- . 08 ; Lofa Pillow Cords Dress Braids and Ccrds, sold up to 50c Best qualtty Table Oil Cloth 75c Table Fnlt, heavy quality 11-- 4 absolutely all wool Blankets 2c a yd 20c 50c 4.50 Etc. Now Line of Granitware, Glassware, Cliinavvare, a" Has just been received, and some remarkable valu fered in these lines. ELLISON BROS IhH k7 THE HieKMHN COURIER. Jtan NO. A BLUE MARK jvar itiniM lift" sxplrrtl, Itatinw promptly If you wniit thn paper to to yon nrtf r thl month thl HKRK PUKl it l tf? ur nl 1H fAai PuW the Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success, Tho Courier hai a hpankin' Good Team. Crease the Ilxlea of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE NO. WEBir.BN KENTUCKY 1" HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1009. NO TIME TO LOSE. ESTABLISHED IN THE THAR 1HISD 2. lOO DIDN'T GIVE UP. An Illinois farmer whoso wheat Holds wero so quickly overflowed In tho July flood that ho did not even have tlmo to savo tho grain In shock, disregarded tho advlco of his neighbors and fished tho stufr out of tho lower corner of tho field, whero it had lodged, nnd attempted to save lu tWe announce with our... of Fall Display ..Millinery.. Tuesday Wednesday Special Display Of Aftor being htoroughly dried, tho wheut was threshed and yielded 7,000 bushels. Then tho neighbors said th ut ho could not find a market for such wheat, but ho sold ono third of d It for $1 to tho inllkTH, another for SG cents nnd tho balnnco to a brewery far 00 cents a bushel. It nover pays to glvo up hope, In fann"Is your mistress at home!" asked ing or In anything else. tho lady at the door. O ono-thir- "ELZEE" and "GAGE" HATS ! and Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co, This Is tho way hoiiio pcoplo would run a newspaper: When a good man September 28 and 29 goes astray keep It out. When a critic roasts a play keep It out, O When two men In anger clash. Whon FOR SALE: Tho Mrs. Mlttlo King a merchant goes to smash, when a farm of 192 acres, 2&niilcs cant of cashier stenls tho cash keep It out. When thev quurrel In tho church Hickman. Well Improved nnd a Jteqp It out. When tho teacher wields' placo. For terms, wrlto E. I tho birch keep it out. When nine King, .Union City, Tenn., Itonto 7. Pattern women fair to sec, whisper something over tea print it? Goodness, Tailored gracious mo! keep It out. When Hickman Lodge 761 two statesmen maku a deal keep It F. & A. M. out. When another tries to steal Hickman Lodgo No. 7C1, V. & A. keep It out. Stories thin nnd stories M., will meet In regular communica- tall, good and bad, and big and small INCORPORATED. anything that's newB nt all hear tion next Monday night at 7:30. Vis'em shout keep It out. iting brothers cordially invited. O II. C. HELM, Master. D. OWENS, Secy. Give C. II. Mooro a sharo of your Movlnn pictures every nlnht at the Work In F. C. Degree. 'grocery business. LYRIC. -- "No, ma'nm." "Do you expect her soon?" "Sho ought to be home any ralnuU now." "Hero hurry! Take my card, and be suro to tell bar Mrs. Jenntson called." "KEEP IT OUT' tThlnkin APPLES CABINET AND THE DOCTOR. r? RtelUi IX-- Friday, Uth. i i : i j- Crescent -n Cafo. (dpt. W, A. Shuck was lioro from Jordan, Monday. TAIU'INE Kill- - 22c in Bjjf Sunday In Hickman I for cough and colds per bottlo. Hclru & Ellison, N APPLE a day. keps the doctor away," This Is true, and I will not Star It. Hut the (act 1. I won't eat an apple a week. And I can't be persuad. ed to try It the liver, they ay. they aid and they quicken digestion. They Improve the complexion, and yet I declare That for me they are out of the question t And Now apples are cood for m i i AN HARDWARE CujNcj : I 1 your coal now. WW. c.-.- y I- vwi WIS lee "Sansparlul" Hour Don't tako any aubstltutoa ask Tor beat on Uio market today. C. C. Smith returned from St IxmiIk, Kridny morning, after (pending Ruroral days In thu elty. - . suit glvo a ft Htm i t ...nwug fixtures oi an i.. . EecUi a', w ii MfJ. u , did you set that now suit! wuy, man my latu winters suit, Scbtuldt. tho Tailor, cleaned It up. Where Lyric, Sept. 21th. tiiurcu. Admission nf 111 eat oranees, peaches nnd pears. Marali, la bitter. Hut an apple, tike The MIYult of llenperldesT" Nay. rather say The "Apple of Sodom" were fitter. I'll Rladly 0 An Imitation Stove Will Give Imitation Heat iv-fc- s ' nil. V Tout, J v VV j ' r nml wife, of Clin IIVIIUII1, i . ... I i !(c- Ul U1I1U11 . - ' tr. Mlllln Klnp Wo guarantee It to hold up thu The reason I harbor such prejudice? Nay, I acknowledge the saying's a trua ono, hoso and hold down, tho shirt tho cumes the now gartor for men at Ilaltzor &i Hut not today that the doctor our tioune, I)odda Dry Goods Co. Ask for it. me, a decidedly blue one. Is for hna accepted a posi- Bo Fortune can't blame If my Itob Oonlder Is bad. tion with tho Farmers Gin & Grain And by dieting wrong I have shocked her, Co., of this city, a"iid will doubtless "an apple a day keeps the doctor tnnko this concern a valuable man. I'or away" And, you see I'm In love with the Mr. Goalder nnd C. H. Ilruor will look after tho buying. Domestic Training In India. That tho world moves and women with It Is demonstrated by tho latest reports on domestic science from far-oIndia. It appears that among the Indian princes there are thoso who realize tho need of sound, practical training for girls as well as boys. In ono province, with Its capital at Haroda, there aro 350 girls' schools, Including one high school which prepares for tho university at Ilombay. Examination and prize day for cooking Is an eagerly anticipated function and Is carried out on original aud practical lines. Tho shopkeopors near by are Intltod to set up BtalU In tho school coippound aud display their wares. When tho pupils present themselves they receive from the Judges Instructions us to tho dish each la reThey also receive quired to make. money for ingredients and then go around among the merchants and get A tho best value for their prlco. record of expenditure must bo given, and then begins tho real work of preparing the dishes thus purchased. Each girl must do everything herself, from buying tho goods to presenting the finished dish, and tho best receives tho prize. Avoid the cheaply constructed, putty jointed stove as you would counterfeit money, because it is just as worthless and in many cases even more so. For not only docs it radiate heat badly, but it wastes its original cost many times in fuel. The majority of manufacturers, attracted by the phenomenal success of Cole's Original Hot Ulast Stove, ha'e imitated and copied only have they it ever since it was put on the market. But in been able to reproduce this wonderful heater. For the features which make Cole's Hot Blast so economical in fuel, soeffectiveinheating.andsodur-abl- e in construction, are nil patented and protected. The joints of tlieordinary stove are plastered with stove putty in an endeavor to make them When the putty dries up and falls out, cold air is sucked in through the cracks and the valuable gasesfromsoftorhardcoal.whichshouldteittrMvi', nlnncrivith mrmt nf the heat. rn air-tigh- t. lmllif-rhitntio-v ff Cole's Original Hot Blast Stove Burns Soft Coal, Lignite, Hard Coal or Wood Made without stove putty. It remains air tight during the entire life of the stove, aud in sold under the following guarantee, which cannot be made on any other heating stove in the world: 1 - thiol In ftil 0ir tnjr of (U .ww draft tlM Ub tuft coal Mi bate Mff tuarmnU m GUARANTEE! Mlaf ft or hr4 c fut la brt thvBik( bfor Vt lb I ffir 1 sUtk luutulet OU'sll.4 burner MU than It mi ktiB f ls witL lit Msjt lu & tu4 T tuu- p4 4 aat pnot wfeiu tttlhtheft ta ! tmi Burning Soil Coal The big expense of beating your home U in the fuel nnd not the first cost of your stove. Don't let yourself be jiersuaded to buy anything but Cole's Original Hot Mast. Ask for free booklet on "Scientific Combustion," which will show you how mc jaseni cost. lo neai your nouie iwice as comiorinuiy hi one-na-n See the name 'Cole's Hot Blast from Chicago," on the feed door of each stove. None genuine without it. guarantee Ittat th ftofl b htU4 fnutl l iwt, tx"ir arh (uarajiU nlfxia Ull)tndUlcLt,wltfcaott cuaL, ttant uJ. or 1I1U. W ry W (uaraule fci remila aboluUly H to wilt uft UtlrtrtU wllbuut attcntloa. eil iuumIn that th bold Br with hour 4 i o entrant )( um4. lb l4'dovr CAUTION vwvHiaaasaaaassssssssBcssssssssjsBissaaHsssssssssHss um mwi and bathing comfort aic youn when your bath tco.Tj futures are tanitary and your plumbing modern. Stmidard baths and lavatories arc sanitary, durable and wwtifiJ our plumbinss vvork mcdern and our prices reaionable. We tell tlrse famous fixtujfi an,l combine with their installation " woiluiiinsliip which has made our reputation. Rtpair work given prompt and expert attention. Sanitary iccurity 'We are Exclusive Agents O Cotton & Adams Any votcrau desiring th Cross of Honor may apply to Mrs. M. Handle for an application to bo filed. As crosses wilt bo awarded on tho 8th of October, application must bo made within tho next two weeks. NOT1CU: W 0 That old leaky roofl Why don't you havo It fixed T Cotton & Adams. FARM NOTES. Tako tho cornstalks to market la tho ahnpo of milk find meat. It Is not what wo Intend to do but hat wo actually do which counts. Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the boon put Into Tho bMt of tho hay should have the bntii for tho homo. It taKon manhood to run n farm, as as brnlus and mtmoy, but It Is noxt to OodllnfM and In all things, rspoelalljr well know Do you P)S. Citizens Cleanliness Is profitable In dairying. National Insurance Company Believing that they WANT such a 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; that changing your shoes wearing one pair Unlay and another tomorrow will lengthen their service almost 50 per cent? Tho strong ctomnnd for horses con tinues. Hotter breed a few. Thuy will proTH profitable life Tho leca nf tho linrun nrn ai'maHtra ana tun curry comb Is ant to do am- see. Ilomovo tho dirt with raa or sort brush. To bo n good brooder one must bo a Rood feeder. Oixxl flesh and blood snnnnt be produced out of poor food and neglect will never lose its shape if properly fitted and we know how to fitthat's our business. PRICES: Farmers should "raise cane" If Its tho kind they grow In the flojd nnd wit tho variety whlah Is grown on ths trip to tho city. $4.00, $4 50 nnd $5 00 SMITH & AMBERG I V y I.lmo Rlren Mod nwHlls on land which is to bo put Into iMti, e&rmta. pqnmlpa. pen and Wetta. oven If tttwr frUMln ar appjlst). l'mf. Diiggar, of AlatKima, sat a that crimson clover will wVa a fair growth on roll considerably poorer man that which will grow red olover. 'I I I 1 'I I I II I II I I I 'H i- - FIRST WEEK, AUGUST 2 v To bo a good driving horse there must bo the staying qualities which will keep her going at n reasonably fait gait for n reasonably long dk-tanco. Cheerfulness on tlio farm. and tho cattla the spirit and locution or Inriirmoiinn fall on or wlilrraa The Hickman Courier .Farms For Sale for term, other CITY w g nnn im uumirti, Hept. 2t II, . . tVtNTS i, ( I t , 1 SECOND WEEK, AUGUST 9 $200,240.00 THIRD WEEK, AUGUST 16 caretaker. a good tonic, oven It li alto mnt.nriima and tho horaoa catch feeling of the cheery Is There cannot bo too much light and fresh air In the cow liable. There should bo at least six square feet of window space for each cow. Flguro out how many windows havo !a your barn. you should $345,000.00 FOURTH WEEK, AUGUST 23 $469,460.00 FIFTH WEEK, AUG. 30 It Is poor economy to trr to il along with a horse or two Iaa than you roally need Homembor It la easy to break down a good horse and ren der him worthless. Those who have predicted tho pass ing of the horse have some tlm to wait yet In every largo city In ths United States there are more horses In uao than thoro wore ever be y $6oI,7oo.oo TOTAL SIXTH WEEK, SEPT. 6 fore. comes In for said that tinctorial blight has made Its aptioArauoe In somo loatlniis. Tlio extierlmoHt sta tions aro making a study of tho dta- easo. Is And now trouble. It alfalfa $738,220.00 Total Seventh Week, Sept. 13 $834,660.00 Eighth Week, Over All dairy utensil thoold be washed dally la hot water and nodn, and then scaldod In oloar water nnd drained. Doll atrataer eloths. After oWanlng kcop utensils Inverted In puro air and sun. If poaslble, until wanted fur use. A burlap bag ripped tip one side and slipped oror the rump of a ouw will put her tall out of bulns while you are milking tier and will at tho same tlmo protoot hor from tha fly tormentors. Mako noto of this ami trj It noxt Mason. home, at ami I cittern, out ImiMIhk ami other liiiprntetiienta. Hliurl Olilnnre from teaman college, a Mr little home It take only ll.ltiira.ali to Krt It. Owner doea not lit uer ami will aell at a tile lout, ItiaUtnla will altow. No. llwtlllnif huu.o ami two aorra of tf rfiufid. iiut.lMiiiiiintf ...n orrtianl. uwl rlitoru ami nthr liupruto liiruia. jiiiI ml of rllr llmlu. U'ul ..II I at a taira-aliInqulr al thla orrtr. No. SP Thla hit Inlm1a.afl Iiimima amt t..ta In Hickman. Ilooaraaraallrtiiniiara. tlrrly livwaiiil rontaltia S or four n.uni. hlrnltr loratnl fur munla In, work at Ihe farlorr. .Mir liouav anil hit. Inrlmlliiv all linprtitriiirnla, may Iw iiurvliaar.! V'U rarh ontktbtnl ilown. tmlaiira time,al fay IrrnUowo ami Irl tlir niouer ynu m, narlHa out aa rpnmu luaanli piircha.ln a homa, Tlila proportion win I". vpeH only n llmltrJ iiiiia. No. M Wa liaia n llinitnl iiiiiulrnr Ian Ittrkiuaii lvrl lota inonWrat onrHlollarm-wro- that may I the tmrrhauil Mali ilrlter than pulling miiiipy In nk. ihi ow n a lot ami hardly inlaa tltta plan yon lh liioncy. Ituy nm ana tHillil a hnrnr. II you are tmytnir lUrttrr Ininimt, tn. lay. No. M Thla nmrwultlfiii IiiIii.Im ,m ,.im lltllatrainariwMciirn. twth new. In WratHickman. Ilolh an out ul that (n,r.fln.Ulatrtet-hl- ih ami dry. Kach rr.hlf ur haa thrval roonia. walvr .nrL. n ml Irut to town. Klttierorthraerralilriirt-awll- l la) aolil tor tailor lolli fur IW 1( purcha.rr Wailta allothar &.roiilll ralilpnrM atl.llil Incnlnl neit lotlila property, will aril the three at llni. Ttieaa prlrca ar caali. No. C5. Twontjflro acres of land 3fe miles south of Hickman, well Improved, good four-roohouao wltlt two porches, good bam. now cistern, well anu rutmliiK spring, won you iiK orcnaru. l or tho man wantinie n small place, this la exact ly what he Is looking for. Our prfco on una tor a snort Umti U J 1000.00 on easy terms. .No Si Ur-N-ew lcl fore of mound, property: at thu Lyric Lyric Oct .16 2-l'r. 1.. fu, .j raid.uj.a.. -- Oct ,d. L , . incKiuau. ami n.i.ii. m. iu part) governors and win u .i , n, . v i i.yi.. Oat. 58 ita Ueii- - iUd jj.ui ii i ,1 Vt Nov. Z Nov. 10Lyric. Nov. tho Lyrlo. ial u Jt Mj !u a. ' A) u Nov. S iu. Dixie." ths Lyri. Lyric. th at H, M . Dc. 1 LlttJi -Tli-- i Jan. 58 I& Lyric. Tl... I. "TUi 1 I'mIi. Lyric April 3 L)TIC, O- ,i,.,.f t Li IVrkOB. , . r Whst Kind cf in OKct' Onco nofl a a LJ ibo t asked on an ri n j ,a r?r' M ( nne a mount n large-site- .oc.k method of re.m. r d t f r at older growth paper at the k) Yale ccrJa li th. - - 111, "What trie JUrM?" wr-- 1 m rr paper read hody's Magain. sugar, plneappto. tobacco, etc. l'rlces run as low as 130 an aero. COO ncroa r un M.f. tan- rooa ton Will suit tho wholo as a plantation or In tracts as small lot In West li.kiia I'rlcs i as 10 acres. Located in 1. IM Itlo I'rovlncla noted for Its production of Pall at tbl offlc of land In Cuba. io. ui. mis cmuracos turn unnuun Wlie I nd ( ni. .! ami,, KIIU with t!c :ui. :ai- $1,000,000.00 IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, W. H, GREGORY, Louisville, Ky. FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON. HICKMAN COURIER. Hickman, Ky. : Hum tho cobs In the hog lot and keop tho place clwui This method along Willi a good disinfectant for their quarters, will rid tho fowl lot of dlieaite swtroi nnd provide char coal fur tho hog. Charcoal Is much rellahea ny tho hogs and Is most hli fill In keeping: them In a good hoallhy .nd thriving condition. Tho story Is told by an Inspector of milk In ono of the largo cities of tho country that ho condemned a lot of cream and notified the shlppor to that effect, to which tho shipper replied! "I am very much surprised that my crenm was bad because it was only ten clay a old and had beon kept In the cellar all tho time and I have washed my separator onco a weoli." Don't bo In a hurry to sell off tho old horses thinking that tho young ones aro ready to ntep In and take tho brunt of the work. Many farmers mnko the mistake of soiling off early In tho fall the oldor horsos which aro right off tho binder and mower, and In consoquonco are thin In flesh, with hair bleached. Hut no man can got full value for his horses In such con dition. They should bo given a clinucu to rccuiierato. It Is true that grain Is high Just now and that It costs money to (nit flesh on u horso, but the differ- dice In price Is not all contained di rectly In the Increaso of weight Given a chauco to rest up a bit a hardworked horso will regain his oolor and his spirit and his full muasuro of hoof, as well as meat. Theso aro all worth money to the buyer. Borne ono Is go ing to put the horses In proper condi tion for sale, Farmors can do this choapor thai fnoders who have expen sive plants to keep up and must buy an moy use. Hint for the Children. and dlsrrrthiu Do not oncourago tirecixjltv tho ithr ter. umlti-t- Indun . nit mental or physical. In young children. Ho Do not oven encourage them to walk last lia nm, i k until they mnko tho nttemni thm. needs II,- w selvo. And oven ibnn h pnr.iful that olt, but onlv tho child does not overtax Ida tlnl liost. He n. strength or put n burden on his legs and will in.that will make them in formed or at tho brr ,i crookod. New York Telegram. . , t I i t c .t' ' t :tl. ut It to 10 vests for 11 at Schmidt's. Just think. Schmidt's. Please send me full information as to the Citizens National Insurance Company. NAME ADDRESS Life Helm & Ellison's Name on Label Same as Sterling" On Silver This is more than a mere statement It's n guarantee everything going out of this store under our label to a is The Dollar Wouldn't Last. Elinor was very anxious to bring homo an Angora cat from Maine last summer. Her mother objected, think ing ttiat the care of a cat from Muino to Connecticut was entirely too ardu ous a task, so sbe tried to "buy oft Elinor. "If you will say no mora about the cat," she said, "I will give you a dollar to spend In Boston." Elinor looked quite thoughtful for a moment. taea said: "Dut, mother, how much longer a cat would last than a dollar.' New Haven ralladlum. NOTICE TO Tax-bookS Make the Farm More Attractive. You can do this by Installing & tulephono. You can make tho sup rounding on your farm Just as at' IN FRONT. tractive to your sons and duughtors as If you woro living In tho heart of a big city. Our excollcnt servlco and attractive "Farmers' Lino'' rates aro not to bo compared with tho benoflts derived. Call the manager. Cumberland Telephone &. Telegraph Company, Incorporated. O i'P definitQ standard of purity, It I 0 wo maico ovorything from a tin cup to a church stooplo. If Us In tho Telephone that grocery order to Take yew preduee to C. II. Moore, If you want a first-clas- s Job, let tlnnrrs line, wo can do it. Coticnl Saii&aldt thu Tailor, do your work. Betterswortk ft Prather. &. Adams. Wh kill Mlahinl srlaaa said kett, Agent. for the year 1909 are bow open; and as this Is my last year la office, I desire to havo all taxes paid PROMPTLY In order that my books stay bo balanced. You will find saysoM or Deputy Goaider John-oat Ue City National Dank, at FultM, or at say office In Hickman. Please make payments promptly. J. T. SKAT, 8. V. O. s n Beyond Human Vision. As the pout says, tlio goal of this great world lies boy on d night The Miss Hlx I always know my broth longer wo look for It tho mpre d wo nre about tho path. Tho Ideal er would make his way to tho front. Mrs. Dlx And has he? stars wo have followed prove to be . Mrs. Hlx Yes. He started In as a conductor and now he's a motorman. pur-zlerush-lights- strength nnd honesty in make. amounts to this. If we say a thing is so, it's so. Get our label on all your drug store goods. thing to go by. It's a good NOTICE: Tho Standard Oil will hereafter deliver coal oil gasoline on Monday, Wednesday Friday ouly. Phono 61. Mose Co., O Frightened Away. and When love flies out of the window and never liar, to bustle for a Job. poverty tho door Life, 12tf comes near Helm 5 Ellison fTVVfVf VTVVVWTTT7tt I The Principal Style Event of the Fall Season -- From li: Fulton County Capitol M A. Prlnco to J. B. lots In Fulton, $7G. & OtM Fields, Fields, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Wm. Hoard to J. E. lots in Fulton, $050. & Ous THE- Real Estate: Jno. M. Statham to L. Horrlng, land Mrs. Nannlo Kingman to Mrs. Mag. $900. gie Ellison ono-baof tho rcstdonco J, F. Dawes to L. Herring, 9G acres of tho Into Mrs. Geo, Warren, $1,100. rosldcnco of tho lato Mrs. Geo. War-re- land, $2,500. lf $1,100. o OPENING DISPLAY --g: Fill tli WINTER W. A. McGeheo to Mrs. Fnnnlo U.' Shaw, lot In East Hickman, $378. S. K. Howard In WILL GET 80LDIER3, & Graham, ed n letter from Gov. Wilson, Sunday, In response to a request for Nola U. Oman to Vol Carpenter, soldiers to participate In tboTaft Day resldenco property In East Hickman, program. Tho letter follows: . Mr. C. L. Walker, $1,800. to Annlo Pres. Walker, chairman of tho General Arrangements Committee, receiv- lot Fulton, $C2G. Walter Wado lo J. H. Wado, acres land, $2,250. lot U. C. Aloxandcr to In West Hickman. 76 MILLINERY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Sept. 3011 and Oct, 1st n. ft Gabby, Ilobt. Mcrrlwcatber ct nl to Jno. Tally, lot In East Hickman, $1G. 101 J. W. Thomas to Jno. It. Welch, acres land, $2,800. II. C. Ambcrg to A. M, Alexander, In Old Hickman, $3000. house nnd lot Hickman, Ky. My Dear Mr. Walker: I havo n letter from Col. Uassott saying that tho HotchUiss guns, which we havo, aro tho host for tho and will mako arrangements for n detachment to bo sent down for tho purposo ot firing tho saluto; and nm making inquiry as to how much It will cost to send a battalion ot tbo Third Regiment so as to receive tho President in proper style. pur-pos- o HBHMHBffinHMHiHI SMITH New This letter together with other correspondence is a positive assuranco that wo will get tho soldiers hero to lots In Fulton. firo the Presidential Saluto of 21 guns Henry McMullln to Chaa. Jackson, If tho battalion Is sent, It will mean hoiif a and lot in East Hickman, 3000. from 400 to 1,000 men, If wo aro correctly Informed. Oscar Phillips to Jno. S. Creed, land Nothing will bo loft undono to mak cast of Hickman, $1400. this tho biggest day in tho city's his Henry Mangold to Jacob Lnttus, SO tory and to maintain tho dignity of tho State. acres land, $1,100. A. II. Stephens to Mrs. Julia F. Uut-lc- r, T. C. Hogers to A. R. Stephens, lot In Fulton, $420. Yours very truly, Augustus Wlllson. & AMDERG ! W, J. Couch to W. near Fulton, $1,3C0. Millinery I VI: New Tailored Suits ! New Waists ! New Goods New Everything! For New Clothes Time is Here ! EXTEND TO ALL A MOST CORDIAL INVITATION! ! THE INGRATE iKo.y Blinded by tho headlight of a switch cnglno and a stranger to tho vicinity, aged GO, of Ful W. A. Dodds to T. U. Hlnshaw, loU Thomas McKlnne ton, stumbled and fell benenth tho In West Hickman, $550. switch cnglno In tho Illinois Central W. T. Can- - to H. F. Oliver, land freight yards at Paducah, Sunday Z. Itudd, land O near Fulton, land, $550. $200. L. Herring to D. T. Jones, J. C. Long to T. J. Fulton, $1,000. Wright, land, $CG0. night. Mangled, bruised and bleed lng, and with his right hand severed 13acro from his arm, bo was pulled from beneath the crunching wheels by his Gordon, lot lu who was with him, and saved from almost certain death. son-in-la- (Coprniht, Ask to sco tho now shirt garter at ADVANCE IN WHEAT. A local country paper last week Ilaltzcr & Dodds Dry Goods Co. It T. D. Thomas to A. A. Paris, lots la holds up tho hose and holds down tho Wheat has advanced 7 cents from tells of butter being prepared In India that has been kept in a state ot Old Hickman, $40. shirt. point within tho past tbo lowest preservation for 200 years. Pshaw, No. 1! being worth $1.05. Flour D. U. Wilson to T. W. Henry, lots that's nothing! Wo havo bought butEd. WlUingham, formerly of Fulton, has also advanced 30 cents per barter in tbo past throo weeks that had in Gourloy's Addition, also land near died at Dardwell, Saturday. Ho was rel. Nearly nil tbo wheat In tills secIndia butter skinned by ut least Hickman, $3,000. connected with tho Cumberland tion has been sold, It botng estimat- tho a century. And It was manufactured Co. ,and married Miss Cora Ella Prlnco to Wm. Heard, lots In ed that about 90 per cent, ot tho right hero In Fulton county, too. Green, a Fulton lady. Fulton, $000. n crop 1ms been disposed of. The co Is generally all over the aouth-orStates, wbero soft wheat Is grown In tho northwest tho spring wheat crop Is tho largest raised for years, and prices for this grade (hard few-dayTele-phonad-va- Maggio May Stalling to Or. C. A. o o wheat) aro declining. O Tho night Itov. Wm. George Ulshop "of Catholic Dioceso of Kentucky, and tho oldest Catholic Ulshop In tho United States, both In ago nnd In point of continuous service, died Saturday of tbo ailments Incident to old ago. Tho Ulshop was In bis SCth year. He has been thu bead of tho Kentucky Dioceso for forty- - no years and was honored and loved by Catholics and alike. For somo time, tho Ulshop has been in fecblo health and performed his duties with difficulty. O ttoittd S'atet Arriving Daily at our store, new 1 Fall and Winter Goods I . Cal Cuba to Time for Buying War Supplies In Europe, r 50,000 Tho Coutlor's advertisers havo almost swamped us this week. Wo aro compelcd to loavo out several 1 ji) worth of Amusements on the I Big Midway T' -- at the Union City Fair t In Tonnossoo Provided such feuturus us tbo Uulou City Fair offers Its visitors ut j ait asidi ull thought ot profit tho management havo cou- ttli' J t ..vrw towards glvlug thu public souiethlug outsldo of thu War L ; raru that will muku this meeting lone to bo ruuioiuborod i Hi t li' ijfio as ouo of tbu very bust Fairs In tho State. Tbo 'iun of thu Wimteotts Shows which play ouly tbo big lain w i - a, oblo, Kentucky uud Illinois, representing an Invost. ot c. ' wo, has boon secured for tbo big Midway, it Is nu ng- luai, ts clean mid good In both tbo old and now worlds. y novelties things you huvo never Been beforo and no J lo miss seeing It tun big shows In all bosldos tho larg-1 rr vit suou lu tills section, u und nuuior-uiuu- h J Theoudded to tbo other concussions secured will 'Oj a rial buuiuiur. Uut not withstanding tho arruugumunts jr the: auiubumunls thuro will bo tbo greatest of all In ovury department of exhibits, particularly In Utli i t 'K Ownurs of fust horsuB have been attracted by thu big J a J u alrger number ofontrloa than owr before have boon i cuns u raclnt: urourum ir ilu imi.iioHi interest. It mat rr so:'to v.iat, fiaturo you uro most Interested, you will not bo dlsap- r"1' J, a i y department will bo up to tbo highest standard of ux- bleary, ox-u- .'.t) UL. las a Fair Association for foreign companies, nnd havo been uuablo to -- evoto much tlnio to tho news end ot tbo paper as we should. Uut this doesn't happen every woek In tho year. o Mrs. Edward Wobb, Miss Mr. and Corallo Green, Miss Uces lllco, 'Miss Our store is headquarters of careful and economical shoppers. We buy with greater care than you would yourself, therefore, in coming to this house you are sure of getting the newest things from the best of all markets, jj I -- Kthcl Hodgos and Jas. Tyler, composed au automobile party which camo over from Fulton, Sunday evening to attend tho Episcopal church ot this city, and o hear Ulshop Woodcock, O I Ladies Tailored Suits 1$ Men's and Boys Suits We have never been so fortunate in obtaining such magnificient suits for such prices. It is a treat to look at this line. Prices Ladies Tailored Suits, coats made full 44 inches in length; style or pattern N 1 Morry-go-Kouu- d Otli-- J Tho Hickman Concrete Co., will work on u concrete foundation for tho new fountuln next week. This Is tho fountain donated to tbo city by Gun. Tylor and Col. Duchanan. It will bo locate, lu tbu railroad park. bo-gl- u and material absolutely correct and the best. Prices K iff S SS O 15 1 ' Tbu naval parado on tbo occasion of Mr. Tuft's trip down tho Mississippi will bo tho greatest In tho his tory of tho Father of Wnters. O to $18 ikik Ul llAlllO 7.50 to $20 $4.00 1 CU1 i SKIRTS, all made up stylishly, Prices to $9.00 'v. September 2!)lh, li. set opart for tho chlblrens day, all 'i will bo udmltted to tho grounds froo. Go, tako your fain- ur friends and neighbors and liavo a good tlmu. In rday Tako u look up lu tho skies for tho Halloy comet. Other people havo seen It with thoir naked oyo, and why not you. Try your optics. O When out shopping, dont fail to visit our store and see h l it ' Kentucky is noarly 300,000 In debt, but that's - olng pretty well for rourt at Fulton Sat-- ' Tho Henry sale ot lots at Hickman a state that has a Itepubllcau ad i use of tho Friday was a big success. Mr. J. A. ministration. iO Commercial I'orter, of this city, who did tho L.X O. "ii Leader for IG.OOl) McAlpIno and Miss Lora for Mr. Henry, says tho lots of charucter was sold readily and netted Mr. Henry dicto, of Maytlold, wero mamid In cost of plaluUffs. a good round profit. Cllntou Quzctto. Fulton, Buuduy. sur-voyl- I I Naifeh Bros. D. G. Co. Ult U1UUOC-U114- 111 lllVV IUUUO Never, Never Again Angelina GItm Lml Lrunit Qiilt a Hello!" ho cried. And as ho entered the room ho gave overy evidence o( being a worthy young man who was cure of his welcome, walking with a certain boisterous step and beaming till ho shamed The Clothes Question the sunbursts ; but as for her, she sat a chair reading a letter, nnd when she glanced up at him her gaio waa In cold and Incurious. "0," said she; "good evening." "Good owning!" ho said, stopping In his trasfcs and blinking his eyes; "good ovcnlngt" "Yes," she said, glancing down again at tho letter; "good evening." "Why, Angellne!" he cried, "what Is tho matter;" "Nothing," said she, "Is tho mat- ter." "Nothing?" "Nothing!" "Well, then!" he said. "Why why why don't you come and kiss your little tiddleywlnks?" And though his voice foil from the quaver of astonishment to the low notes of pleading, and though he stood with his arms thrown out and his head thrown hack, and though he glanced down at her from an anglo which had always ravished her heart before, she only gave him that cold and Incurious look a look which seemed to say, "Now I suppose there are soma persons who might consider your attitude very fetching, but as for me, well, I think It Is ridiculous that's all." Whereupon she returned to her letter, a'nd when she had finished It she smiled a faroff smile of a dreamy quality and tore tho letter Into very ? Itobere little bits. "Now. Charles," she said, "there are a few things I wish to discuss with you. In the first place, I cannot and I will not stand a Jealous person!" "But I'm not Jealous!" said the as& tonished Charles. "On tho contrary," she said, "you are extremely Jealous! Extremely so! Now, last night, because I spoko to is Jimmy a few Umes, you showed such unmistakable signs of Jealousy that I I feared for the future!" And as she remarked that sho feared for the future, it was all she could do to hide the pride she felt at saying those fatal words, and she gave our Charles a look: that plainly said. "There! How's that!" "I feared for the future!" she said. "Yes, I feared for the future." "But it was the way you looked at him,"' explained Charles. "And Jimmy is engaged to Arabella, and she was INCORPORATED. watching you, too, and " "Charles!" she said. "Be careful! I warn you! Be careful!" "Well, anyhow," grumbled Charles, "It was the way you looked at him." "Do you forgive me?" look at Jimmy all you want to, after "The way I looked at him?" Senators. "Will you promlso me never to be "Yes, the way you looked at him!" this, and I won't say a word!" W. II. Heyburn. Idaho. I look at him?" Jealous again If I forgtro you?" "Why, how did "Yes! And I suppose youll run all "HonesUy and truly." "You know how you looked at nround kissing Arabella like you did A. I). Cummins, Iowa. "And youll never kiss her again?" him!" last night!" Charlos Curtis, Kansaii. "O, never!" "Charles! I insist that you must And as for Charles, Charles looked "And never let her klisr you again?" W. (). Ilradloy. Kentucky. not contradict me! It seems that you equally earnest and guilty. And Just before a rapturous chirphave taken umbrage umbrage at tho "Now 111 Just tell you how that William Warner, Missouri. way I looked at James last night, and happened," ho said. "Sho was mad ing arose and foil and roso again the Lee S. Overman, North Carolina. hero of this tale whose name Is I Insist that you show me how I and I was mad at the way we we C. S. Tage, Vermont looked at him." thought you looked nt Jimmy, and Charles (and whose other name is "Well," said Charles (late TIddley-winks- ), when she got up to go and you kissed man) cried out In loud and virtuous Thomas S. Mnrtln, Virginia. grumbling again, "you looked her goodby, I said, 'Don't I get one, tones: S. II. Klklns. West Virginia. 111 nsver, never, never let her kiss at him like this!" Isnac Stephenson, Wisconsin. too?' and first thing I knew well, sho m again!" "Do it again," said Angellne. kissed me!" Jonathan Uourne, Oregon. O And Charles did it again. "0, she kissed you, did she?" Moses A. Clapp, Minnesota. "Then all I can say," said Angellne, "Yps! Puckered her lips and kissed FOR SALE: Good brood maro, 1C O. D. Clark. Wyoming. "Is that I must hare been ill!" me!" hands, 9 years old. Also a good No. William Lorltncr, Illinois. "You didn't look 111," said Charles. "Mm!" said Angellno. 1 log wagon. Sell on 12 months crcd M. N. Johnson, North Dakota. "I didn't?" "Why, I was never more surprised It. R. R. Rogers, Hickman "No; you looked healthy!" N. II. Scott, West Virginia. at anything In all my life!" 0 "Charles, are you trying to Joke George T. Olllver, Pennsylvania. "Mm!" with me? Because, if you are, I wish "Why, you could have knocked me Joseph L. Urlstow, Kansas. DISTINGUISHED GUESTS. to say that you are Joking on a very down with a feather!" serious subject a ver serious subForeign Ministers, "Mm!" Following is n list of Governors, ject!" "Of course, I was only Joking, but Senators and Foreign Ministers, who Ills Excellency Sonor Don Francis"Aw, Angellne, don't take It like when she took me up like that !" have accepted invitations to Join thu co Leon Do la Uarra, that. I'm awfully sorry!" Ambassador of "Mm!" ('residential Party or) tho Mississippi "Sorry!" "Angellue!" Moxlco. river trip , und will bo gliosis of I lick "Honestly and truly I am. You can "Yes, Charles?" Ills Kxcollonoy Senor Doctor Don man, on Oct. 2Cth. llodolfo Ksluosn, Minister of Nlca-ni- i SEASON men are confronted with the Clothes Problem. The main problem is The average man has neither time nor into buy as what to buy so much clination to make a close study of the fashions in men's attire. At the same time every man desires to buy Clothes that reflect, at least, some of the Newest Style-Idea- s. EACH Dodds Dry Goods Co. is prepared to shoulder the Clothes Problem for you. have culled from the best sources the most excellent Clothes productions. Every s desirable effect and worthy idea represented in its best form. We show more extensive at every price than you need expect to find elsewhere. Only the largest Clothing Store in a town, can afford the broad ranges of selections that await your choosing at Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co. THE Baltzer var-itie- I Baltzer & Dodds Dry Goods Co. A NODLE selections, and the versatility of tho reader left nothing to ba ( Speaking doslred. Too much cannot to said In tie Klwt. Hi' pralio of Miss Kow Ikes' work, which flfal was artistic ami especially "Yours M i' a: humorous FAM i.Y Jin hood Mr. Kn Tho good ladles are Indeed fortunaU. Tnnin, bw In seaurlng such talent for this oc- gmijal, liiiHI'' ' casion, and should b greeted with ilVMd in a pi' a, full house. O t 1 .1 u NOTICE. All parlies holding claims against tho oHlato of Mrs. Mlttle King, do otmsotl. aro hereby notified to present For saiiiu nt orico for nllowntico. (ho roiivonlenu, thoy mny he left store of Nulfeh llros.. In Hickman, or tiux.ll to the undersigned. E. L. King, Admr.. Union City. Tumi.. R F. No. 7. southeastern " a home with k feotloiKitti pu" ' laughters. heart nnd iniii mis a moiv )' happlar fstuiu miles thnM estewm-- d !' i ,1. if l' I SlulJ 13-tf- it M i M t. and sensible illii. ships thus f"". Hugo of whp i O -o- - Seo our lino of Fall and Winter Let ut put In y samplos -- tho largest lino wo have of Coal now. After Sept 1, -uiii nn un Hlckmm ice 4 ever had. Schmidt, tho Tailor. r '"' g Governors. I). II. Comor, u a. The Business Fabric of a community is interwoven into the prosperity of the banks. For this reason every banker 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 growth of the business interests of his locality O. Alabama. W. Donaghey, Arkansas. C. 8. Dcnoon, Illinois. T. R. Marshall, Indiana. t A. I". Wlllsoii, Kentucky, i J. Y. Sanders, I.oulslaiin. F. M. Warner. Michigan. B. F. Nool, Mississippi. II. 8. Iladloy. Missouri. Ills Excellency Senor Doctor Luis Lazo A., Minister of Honduras, i Ills Excellency Sonor Dootor Luis Toledo Ilorratu, Minister- of Guatemala. Ills Excellency Sonor Don C. C. Aroscmuna, Mlulstur of Panama. Ills Excellency (luneral Curios Garcia Veluz, Mlnlstor of Cuba. ' THE ROOFING QUESTION ONCE AND FOJi ALL Sottloltbyusinjraroofimrof known wearing qua ' " it's not wliut a fooling ought to no; u s wnaw 13 doino oml WlLt, do. Wo can tlist ills Excellency Sonor Don Jouuuln' Ilernardo Cnlvo, Mlulstur of Contnl - 1VJIY NOT SETTM J'f Shalluubergur, Nebraska J. F. Fort, Now Jorsey. A. C. Rica. Next week wo will give u list of We Are All Interested in this matter of present and future growth of 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 BANK OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY. Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00 School of Oratory, and u noted read or, lias been engaged to fill a dato liero for tho benefit of tho Methodist church on Friday night, Sopt. -- Itli. t Thu entertainment will partake both ( of u recital and muslcalo, thu latter It. E. Sloan, Arir-ouu-. , feature being executed by homo tal J. Ilurku, North Dakota. on t. G. N. Haskoll, Oklahomu. Fcom tho Journal, at Dayton, Ohio, F. U. Weeks, Couiiectlcnt (Secro. tury, C. A. Goodwin will accompany we clip this very complimentary ex tract: An enthusiastic and apprehim.) ciative audience was present last II, F. Caroll, Iowa. J. O. Davidson, WIscoiihIil (Socrtv ovonlng ut tho Conservatory of Music to greet MWs Martha Fowlkos tho tury will accompany him.) , reader. Tho program was a a. H. l'ennowlll, Dolawuro. r pretty combination of serious aud Ilort M. Fornald, Mulnu. J. F. Shufroth, Colorado. W. it. Stubbs, Kansus. II. U. llrooks, Wyoming. J. II. Ilrudy, Idaho. M. K. Iluy, Washington. ,' C. Curry, Now Moxlco. tho represuututlves, who will he In R. S. Vcssey, South Dakota. tho party. M. R. I'atterson, Tennessee, 0 j. , T. M. Campbol, Texas. NOTED READER COMING. t C. II. I'routy, Vermont. ' M. 1. Ansol, South Carolina. Miss Martha Fowlkus, of DoHtoii, II. U. Qulnby, Now Hampshire, f .Mass., a tuachur In tho Eniniurson that waa npplietl to various klmla of buildings from l ago la still In perfect condition. No leaks, no rcpa Uubcroldcontalnsnotar, rubber. )ncrorothcrr-neea protectlnjr mineral coat. It protects Itself and will not melt, crack or rust. WrlU ir for fra Munplt. to-d- RUBEROID tiu. i uuk iui. a, ROOFING ycar d r.k os. WIIEItK CAN YOU EQUAL THIS IIECOKU ? : y Anybody cun lay .L BLILDING MATERIAL EVERYTHING NEEDED IN BUILDING AT LOWEST PRICES SAVE MONEY By buying yonr lumtrf Iw d