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The Hickman courier: October 14, 1909 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 hic1909101401_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: October 14, 1909 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. NOW UVH O rllon 17 print THE HICKMAN COURIER. thai Pulls ihB A BLUE MARK HERE mrnna that your hi oxplrcit, Htnew promptly If yon want thm papir to come toyounrterthla month i,if ... thB Team Cammetcia Wagon vp tha Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankln' Good Team, Greasa the fixlas of Your Ulaqon. Did Man. and Lafa Hitch Un s0, 18 infriME f1 WEBTERN IENTD0IT riFEB HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1909. WHOLE ESTABLISHED NO. U IN TKE tM TEAR 1NBO iMh ,w ., i DA II .5ipi,l Valley Transport -- ua im ui ii, una mum uiu yjjtg , c! til favoruo i riTor . ... in ..... """w 9 uoul ll.DI BUtuuiHiuu. en l9 war when bollor explosions, M Ml U all OVOf" Mar -1 -- wu,cu " urbJ ''cu ut u....t la' tirnntirlntr . c mil M UIU uuuu, O 1 IV rJ R ANDOM NOTES Unclassified POOR RECEIVESteamersPAY on jpA Lll Jnio on- UOJU" ,j lllrkninn full" prot.U.uC wor town wuicu ui . ...i sr. ... ill ii tniilruuolla of Wosl- It bad adjacent to It a Ken j .i ru of fine agrlculural land 1 1 rr.a.erarea of urainauio swanip Hickman wru per A uaxr land. on tho rlvor Unncl, on tho face of a bluff whuro . nirrcnt linnlnircu. iu an ,i t: r.joiiallo location. Of courao :ictma would bo a bis rich city. Mais L,ard war time, says Mark jjg( BO tackot aa Uio acino 01 waiur iisportaClca, and uouotos uvea 10Mississippi wm nuvor tbil tho (rcicbt again. no othor To provu tun bo cites than Hickuian. "In tho old r r . tic.:- - - "" 1,0 lokd uPn 010 ...... utiipv 1 ..-f- i . i . .i iiUisia n:uit havu a railroad. Tbla ; co'irtu tul J tap Uiu rich hlntor- i ..4 l..m all tlm n.tnnln fiiift Ihn g .vJuc'j to llickuiau to trade and to oil Ljr r.tor boaU. So llickmau c1j cut ad tliclr uionor tosotlior and nub wl for lundi to build a railroad Lti u to inaku tboui grtatur Uiaa tayla cr at Loula. Tto icalt, aara Clvnioua, waa nalu Tho railroad alao ii bat lUutrom. fan hliuoU Central, and that tlit a better carrier titan Uiu Mia :iu,pi, UiLkmau found Itaolf a way mn at tbo tip of a road whlcli n ill in traffic away to Uio rail- A 1I2 Uwnf mouox aa well, e-A scoundrels, thieves and perjured villains, and when court adjourns tho men appear to harbor no 111 will against them. Dut lot a newspaper faintly lntlmato that a man's character la blemished, and he has to con front a horso pistol, stand a libel suit or suffer what people think to bo the greatest of all mortifications lose a subscriber. A now bank baa been organized at For bringing Uio Lusltanla n ship Dlzon which will be known aa tho which cost $7,G00,000 from LiverFarraers' Dank and will be ready for pool to Now York with her 2,000 to 3,000. passengers nnu crow, valiiablo bualnoss by January 1st. cargo and malls through fog and Stop abusing tho express companstorm and calm tho captain and his ies. It haa beon found that tho pro- six officers get tho munificent aum fits last year only amounted to tbo of $99.42 In wages which Is divided llttlo matter of 700 per cent. imong seven of tliera. Think of It a loss than Mississippi It's funny how a woman will tho day and month of her receive. The captain gets but $40.41, birthday anniversary, but can't re- and S9.01 Is divided among tho six officers. Tho chief officer gots 314,-0member tho year sho was born. tho first 112.13, tho second $9 70, Don't croak. Leave that to frogs tho third and extra third $8.08 each, In stagnant pools. A fow croakers and the fourth $0.47. Most of the ofthough aro necessary In ovcry com- ficers In tho Cunard servlco get less munity to measure tho rato of prog- pay than tho Lus'ltanla's officers. Tho ress at which live men aro advancing. minimum faro that tho Cunard Lino accepts from a saloon passenger on On tho grounds that they carry dis- tho Lusltanla, which Is $127X0, not ease germs, Iowa malo school teach-er- a only pays tho wages of the cntlra have got to remove their whisk-er- a staff for tho voyago, but what and moustaches. A man's got to Is left pays tho wagoa of two quarterbo smooth to hold a school Job in masters, two firemen and two stewthat state. ards, with a couple of bellboys or a In. Tho llfo of an editor was saved stewardess thrown tho other day by a silver dollar in his pocket, A crank shot at him and MONEY TO LOAN. the ball struck tho dollar. Now should we happen to get shot beforo you I loan money at tho rate of 6 per pay up your subscription and there cent' per annum on farm lands In Is no dollar to stop Uio ball wo shall Obion and Weakly counties, Tenn., always presume you might have saved and In Fulton county, Ky. About ono half the cash value of a farm will bo our life. 0 loaned. Loans mado in sums of Lawyers stand up In court houses or more for flvo years with privibeforo Jurors In tho Drcsenco of larcn lege to borrower of paying same after audiences, and denounco men aa liars, ono year In full or making any size roust-about$1,-00- partial payment desired at Intervals of six months after tho expiration of one year, interest being stopped on partial payments made. Call on or write. O. SPRADLIN, Union City, Tenu. With every fancy vest for Tailor. $25 suit $1 extra. I :lvo a $4 Schmidt, tho pretty itory and Mark Twain often told it. Uut Uio truth la Juki! In it. lllckniau baa a rail nhich ihould uiako it a treat . I .... I .. . I. I...- - .1. uckid two otbor Uilnsa, good Vi U to uio tho river, and good lor iu i L UMlatlaUoaa ci(bt It btccn for tronafcrrlng river and rail. u thuo two olomonta tho now alley Trauaporlatlon com Uiiuippt prt.iH)ii to supply. Tho com-U- i L.ia lncorporatud for 1 10,- . i n.witltll n tvM .1. I.I V WV .MVM W. Ml. A. L If you aro a kicker and see tho shadows of failure In everything that la proposed to help the town, for heaven's sake go Into some secluded canyon and kick your own shadow on the clay bank, and glvo tho men who are working to build up the town a hollow-eyechance. Ono whlnln, carping, chronic kicker can d more to. keep away business and capital from Hickman than all tho drouths, short crops, chinch bugs, cyclones and blizzards combined. long-face- . !1 .i I . 1. ... 1. 1 f r. or, and in addition modern terinl- to cunauct with Uiu railway and ritirt. tSi ni.iiHiuiiiv HiiV fnrthrfitllh tho now company la lnatoll- la llickmau it will not land pack-- J it tbo old laudlnc wheru Captain !ffiiirtitii tntil.lfwtta.i.r fnfrvhiint liu..il u up (oud xuobo douu uow for YSfitn 1 U iuvu a pvrinauuut Kteul and cou- - A leading Parisian milliner has Just Invented a hat which may be adopted for various occasions a will. It can bo taken tj pieces. When Its removable brim Is packed away under the brow It becomes a close fitting toquo suitable for motoring, railway traveling or for walks In rough weather. If Its owner finds herself unexpectedly called upon to appear In evening dress she has simply to readjust her crown and she is ready for any funcUon demanding tho greatest elegance The Frat dM IK ...III 1f m..... ft llt'slnct a ..t. !.. l.na.,... it. II Uon ixadU anil a fireproof wore- i lyl l I.. a QUEER CEREMONY. Copjaiht H.rt Schiftncr ic Man 011A 1. I rfffKt nt i at... i ... ...i a I. ...m i... ii . . ... trrkU, anU lutj to ti.0 Uchouia truck. What thU ItU ulth a iluelo inotiou car or afion or tho to 111 clan an ouo half an eye. Tho now wiopany tirupoava to carry iu mod Jie for about half tho rato . zueaua nm- Here's an Exhibit of Hart Schaffner & Marx Thoroughbred Clothes in good clothes we dont believe youVe interested in any other kind we want you to drop in some day and see our show. IF you're interested - ' v wbiuii i rum inn rnnnirv "vj uuh, innnron n mi pa 1.. - a m nnir Mm 1 J . HUUUIVVI ujiiud ui . . imana wnich now goes by t moro dlatntil rill... u,m ... n to Hickman to lntorchango tho Incoming wholoaalo grocer-drygooda-j- ust aa It waa ox-- i when tho railway waa built. 5,1 lroPhccy will bo fulfilled nt nd Mark Twain will bo confut- i ... Good judges of clothes, men who know all the "points" of quality, all the details of correct style, finish, fit, give the first price to our Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes; all wool, always. certainty in fabrics; the Style, finish, tailoring, est clothes ever produced. Fit guaranteed. all-wool As a result of a ceremony, the feature of which was the frenzied dancing of men and women beforo an open air altar on which tho nudo body of a dead girl was exposed for four days and nights, the city authorities of Los Angeles, Cal., have been asked to expel tho members of a Russian sect which Is said to corn bino all tho objectionable practices of the Doukhobers and other fanatical emotionalists. Tho ceremony complained of ended aftor Uio protests had become so Insistent that tho members of tho soct wero compolled to bury the body of the girl which had bocomo blackened by long exposuro In reply to complaints of Uio neighbors, tho Russians explained that the ceremony, with Us shrieks and dancing, was a way of mourning for girls vlio died on tho threshold of womanhood. O There are many shoe stores but only one Florsheim shop you can get a perfect fit and snappy style here The home of Iwlicntally tho now company pro- a pasaenger trado between nd St. Loula itopplng only t weh town. a Hickman. Columbua, ! Olraideau and Cairo, and run- 81 Lou1' 10 MouiPn " 20 fin- RURAL PHONE PATRONS. Tho management of tho Hickman Independent Home Tolophono Co., wishes to announce that thoy aru now ready to make connection with all country lines on cither side of Hickman. Tho company furulahcsall equipment in tho city and connects with your lines at tho limits for $15 per lino and charges 7So a month for their exchange sorvico. See A. W. Davis, Manager. O WMLij.a.j aWHMHH Prices: an p'",!Jtnt of tho now company I, Uu. . Inaugh, head of Uio .9 platen and ho haa associated You ought to wear them; you ought not to wear any other other make; we ought to sell them to you. Suits $20 to $25. Overcoats $18 to $25. This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes $4.00 $4.50 and $5.00 Smith & Amberg w tiroughout tho valloy. O Jim ScHolSt-B- i.i . . rany V08t for 11 ttt SMITH & AMBERG, 25c TAUPINH for coughs and colds per bottlo. Helm & Ellison. THE HICKMAN COURIER DEWEY DEFENDS 'Cevtrt Weattra Ksntucky Ukt the Diw' W. 0. flPBEIl r NAVY AC- WHEN TRADE FOLLOWS IMJ.i THE FLAG .BREAKS OWN RECORD s .... nunnrm nd J. 0. SEXTON, Editor and rroprletori. SAYS IT WOULD DIVE QOOD COUNT IN WAIL U'oprnsM AVIATOR WHiaitT PERFORMS, REMARKABLE FKAT. Doubles Altitude. Racords Crown Prince Frederick: William Was a Paiseuger. Potsdam. -- OrTlllc Wright, the America n aviator, broke his own and all other riinnls for high llylnitt He readied the unprecedented height of more than l.noo feet, although an ulTlclitl measurement was not taken. He had a red letter day in a double eetie In his experience as an avlalor, taking Crown Prince Frederick William as a passenger and more than doubling the altitude record which he made recently over the same field. I ii Ptnt ,n th ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADVANCE. American Fleet Not a "Bluff" to Those Who Know the True Condition of Affairs. Washington. Defending with characd teristic vigor tho American navy. mlral (lemge Dewey Thursday mn-rte- l that not only is our navy not it IdulT, ' but that lie Is nmrlilcnt It would give a good account of itself idiould war cur (time. uuimon s.Jm.M. v" tL IflJ russS'jfl I rvr 'wcti., 72 ,,Bf!aV MrVv, 11 Entered at the nickms.n, Kentucky, mull matter. postofflca at second-clas- s ",l"l u si : LIVE MO YEARS remarket were culled The admiral' forth by n sliileiuont attributed to formlailiilis, Indiana, SAVAGES er In n reeent speech at ofCincinnati, who, ()., in advocating ship subsidy, is reported to have said thnt "those Ameri who nre informed consider our navy AND SONS cans ENGLISH EXPLORER The expression wan charac- :i 'bluir.'" TRIBE FIND BLOODTHIRSTY tcrired by Admiral Dewey ns aifimfer-liinateIN DUTCH NEW GUINEA. one. Declaring thnt lie taw no gathering on the horizon, war cloud Admiral Dewey dleued several feaDANGER ture of the nnrnl establishment and IN LIVES ALWAYS made a strong plea for the continued upbuilding of the navy. While Men Are Guarded Night and MANHOLE BLOWS UP. Day by Fierce Watch Dog of Which Natives Were - rit! t"l I)o(in' Kidney i j ' le, fle.,t w SI tlx ...-..,.-"n- IJUlt-- s Cjtlk.. 1.1.1 .. t V? IU . . I V 10 lilt. ItepreM-ntHtiv- i' " Wilt the Trusts Invade Our New PosjiisIopsT The crown (iilnoe had teeii constantly nurse. Ulglng Wright, since he taw the Ameri- rue nntns a ,i . can lly, to takn hltn up as a passenger. iciiini: evcrvboiW .i .. ,. Wright evaded this responsibility while llemembcr thn .. . Unv. making lllgtit at the Tcmplrhof field, t. Dol owing to the unfavorable winds, but sun.. , - .M.,U ft J of the Itlghtt at since the Ilornstrdt field, near Potsdam, the prince THE DIAGNOSIS had lieen telephoning the aviator every morning asking hlin if he was ready to gratify hit request. Wright finally consented. -iib TCloUS," . ... - "SIW -- TV. i.i BJ.L. .... ' r. PRISON GUARDS KMON LEVY In Fear. years. His travels have extended over wide territories In China, Thibet, South America and Asia Minor. He had four' years In tha British and Hutch sections of New Guinea and then took a vacation In Great BritSS tondon. After two years nmong the savages In Dutch New Guinea, Mr. l'ratt, a British naturalist, and his two sons, have returned to Satnarong, .'ava, with strange experiences to tell. Mr. Pratt la a seasoned explorer of Series of Sewer Explosions Shake New York Weit Side. New York. Nearly n square mile of the middle West Side was shaken Thurs-danftcrnon by a series of sewer ex- plosions, which blew manhole cover Mull Into the nir in crowded thoroughfare, injuring several trson, did considerable damage to property nnd caused a moment of sharp panic. Alarms of lire culled were turned In, the iMillce out and factory employes, liopkceicr and tenement dwellers rushed to the open strcels, for the explosion had the force of earth shocks. d Kmil Miller was stand ing on a manhole cover when the rlrst rumble enme. He and the oowr shot up ten feet, and Kmil came down altout a foot from the manhole, out of which He was Iwdly Hemes were pouring. burned about the face and body and taken unconscious to a hospital where it was said Ids condition was serious. The lKilice explain the explosion by the ac cidental ignition of sewer gas mixed with casoline vapor from the waste dichargcs of the many garages in the neighliorhood. Jjonic careless smoker, they think, cast a lighted cigar'stub into the sewer ojien-inr- . Seven-year-ol- PLAN CENTRAL BANK SOUTHERN COAL FIELDS DIS- SITUATION BOUN OF 1007 ASTER MUST UK MET. OUTPUT OF ALABAMA, ARKANSAS AND TENNESSEE. Political Campaign Asstssmsnt Hits Them Hard Blow Solution of Tonic Problem Presl dent Tait Favors tha Project. Politics to Be Kept Out, Washington. The coming Congress must meet n situation Isirn of the panic of 1907, when the issue of clearing house certificates by the gov cursufficient ernment to supply rency to meet the demands of the business interest of the country was necessary, although America's colTers were overflowing with gold. The teinjKirary IcgUlation enacted during that critical period must either be supplanted or enacted Into permanent law, and foremost among the xarl-oproject that have lieen advanced a proper solution of the government problem stands the proposed national central bank. It is the omnium belief that It will form the basis of the curative legislation to le recommended by the monetary commission, as President Taft, In his recent Boston scceb, signified his own favorable disposition toward the project. "A band of the people and for the ( pie" is the definition of this Institution, made by George M. Ileynolds, president of the American Hankers Association, In his Chicago speech. He pointed out that the people were to N- - the stockholders, for any one would lie- permitted to buy the bank stock just a he might a government bond. ain. Two years ago he camn out with ills two Bons and landed at Doreh, In Geclvlnk Bay, where missionaries have been stationed for over fifty years. Ilehlnd Doreh stretch the mountains, with two largo lakes lying at a height of 8,000 feet above the sea. There the naturalists took up their quarters In the midst of sav age Papuans, whose characteristics they soon discovered were untrust worthiness and thirst for blood. They were right on the extreme fringe of the Dutch authority, so had to look after themselves to the utmost. They found the savages far below the African natives, without knowledge or understanding of the most elementary virtues even kindness or thankfulness. They were ol good physique and lived partly by agriculture, but their habits were loathsome. It was largely due to his ability to keep his temper, even under provocation, that Mr. Pratt was able to manage them. They fancied that the traveler muBt have supernatural powers to control bis anger, and In addition to that they were notified by the Dutch authorities that any harm to the naturalists would meet with prompt vengeance. At night the tent of the explorers was guarded by a fierce watch dog. Ar-fa- u Kddytille, Ky. The assessment of guards nnd uWelals of the Kentuck) state penitential, at Frankfort, and the Enormous Quantities of the Carbon branch prison at l"s (dare for illtieiil purposes Is now U'iii nude by direction Left to Be Brought Out for of the state prison csnnmlssiuners. Hit Market and Industries. II. Brown, II. S. MrClitrhcn, who are seeking at tho hands of the Washington. The production of coal general assembly of I9IO, and wlm, from In Alabama, Arkamas and Tennessee In the orders which have gone forth, 100S is interestingly discussed liy drutly are in need of a laiupalgn fund. of the Kdward W. Parker, The biggest kind of a howl Is going up gettogieul surtey, department of the litre among the half hundred minor Interior, whose report on the producof the brsiwh prison and rumor tion of coal throughout the Cnitcd of similar distiubanee at the state capiStates and its possessions has jut been ta! have reached here The piion guards Issued. a month, and get under the law Alabama Total production in 1904, Commissioners lliown and MeClitrhen CO ,10 3; spot value, I14,47,f)tl. 11, hare called upon them to fork over $10 Arkansas Total production In 1U0S, to ccurifuilgn purKtses. . 2.U7N.337 short torn; spot value, 11.499,-470- Anything reslly t;r,;:j "No, no slmr!y a pijst;" Come Home, Mother q j i. from the club sr.d r.. per for mo. tu t.- -e j.j tit working over tha jrb ts4 its thlnra readr tar 1 - M.l . set nor tho teakefLe U tahlea are not prcrarcj tj a my temper and frt:.:n vt ta .l Ihnneh Ha I.., ... i.lT5 h i I ...... a rtrNil. i f ei ,'iuiiiri, uear t. jjj olll-eial- til ri 1 Yej c- uown a wee hit right home' press. RsM" dr -t jz.tijai ct.it-huitl- e Lei Atp'.;i it Tennessee 6,109,171 short Total production In t90s, tons; spot value, 17.118.-499- . NOBLES SEEK MARGIE GOULD Both Coming' to America One Has Wardrobe Costing $20,000. London. Two noblemen of the blood royal, one a kinsman of the Itussian ciar, the other Isicked by the Kniperor hate Francis Joseph, of opened formal negotiations with George J. Gould as suitors for the hand of his daughter, the winsome Miss Majorie. One is Francis Joseph, brother of Prince who recently marMiguel, of ried Miss Anita Stewart. The other Is Prince Alexander Gcorpicvitrh ltoman-owskwho is also duke of Jiuchten-burg- . Both are preparing to visit America to lay their hearts and titles at the feet of the young heiress who on her recent trip abroad is said to have turned half the coroneted heads of Kurojie. George Gould, it is understood, received the overtures of the rivul nobles with the courtesy which their royal backing demanded, but no word of encouragement is known to have been gitrn by Austria-HungarIlra-anza, i, MISS CLEMENS" WEDS PIANIST Bride Is Daughter of Hark Twain, the Humorist. Xew York. Without bridesmaids or attendants of any sort, and supported According to the'estlmates prepared by M. It. Campbell, of the l ulled State geological survey, th original coal supply of Alaliama when mining began (iS.'JOl.OOO.OOU short tons, of which C), 113.000.000 tons were In the Warrior and Plateau fields. 2,094,000 tons were In the Cahaba and l.VJO.OOO tuns In the Coosa field. Front this total supply el approiluiately 09,000,000,000 tons there hah been mined, at the close of 190', 170,333,001 tons, representing an Including waste in mining, ol 264,000,000 tons, or nearly 0.4 per-cen- t. of the total estimated supply. The total original supply of coal In Arkansas was l,b ft 7,000,000 short tons of which 1,797,000,000 were blluiuinoiii and and 90,000,000 tons Interchange ef 0p!n!:n. XVII am. U . M -' Census Report to Sept. 38 Last iiiaae money. oj tn .J ..4 Year's Olnnlnf 9,000,030. able to tuive anr Washington. -- The rejwrt of the cenSaid Williams M.th - " sus bureau showed that to Sept. 31 what I warned ttr f a l there had been ginned from thn enttun growth of 1909 SJHW.Hsj Mies, count- lean. ing round as half bale, compared with X.190,639 for 1004, and l,U.C0t tn I0H7. rvi ricaustnv or niLHi Whethsr (mm f Ms, - txscul The production by states It given in the following table: s, anl te tales- r (Ir t 190". 1909. 1907 States. ana wa at irur si nx Alabama ... lfri.r.GU 316,3111 IJT.flU n: i npre are si uui .j 0,46 Arkansas .. N3,777 J0.IM 7 &H 19,4)3 Florid ln.fli: 131,02(1 Cetirgla lll.SDS 34S.70S I hle iiouinilr e l lit Tie- (VtVISI 41.710 taulsiaiut 70,04 " . BALES GINNED 2,562,888 t: !"- - lE-t- ittr .... .... . . im MIsslMippt N. . The Naturalists Were Often Goaded td Near the Danger Point of Shooting. of which the natives wero much afraid. In the daytime the dog always remained with one of tho party left on guard, whllo tho others ex- the tribes, for treachery Is constant, and every death leads to blood vengeance. Tho naturalists wero often goaded to near tho danger of shooting, but restrained themselves, and so von to somo extent the confidence of tho savages. Head hunting is a custom of tho land, and not merely tiro villages, but also houses, at war against houses. The result Is that funr mid treacliory stalk like twin demons through the island. Women never go out excopt under armed mascullno guard. They do the work In tho fields with a man guarding them with his notlvo weapons. After a year at tho lakes tho travelers went to Humboldt Uay. where tho mountain natives aru still lit the Ktono age, and bad never soon any Europeans. They llvo miserably on wild plants, Insects nnd grubs, with tn occasional wild pic as a delicacy. plored In company Invarlablly. In this way they have gathered large collections of birds, insects and plants. Perpetuat warfare Is waged among only by her aged father, who gave her away, Miss Clara U Clemens, daughter of Mark Twain, the humorist, Wednesday became the bride of Osslp dabrilo-wltscthe Russian pianist. About twoscore of the most intimate friends of Miss Clemens and Mr. Galullo-wltsc- h were present. him. The wedding took place in the parlor RUSH CAUSES RIOT of the bride's home, the ceremony CLASS performed by the Itev. Twitchell. Dr. Twitihell. who lives in Hartford, Police Are Bushed by Students of Conn., is a lifelong friend of the humorBaltimore Institution. ist, he being tho original of Harris, in Baltimore, Sid. A riot call was necesMark Twain's "A Trnmp Abroad." sary Thursday to quell a class rush between freshmen and sophomores at the WALSH MUST SERVE TERM College of Physicians and Surgeons here. The freshmen were covered with Hour, then turned Into dough balls with the Appeals Court Finds Criminal Intent in Transactions. aid of water, and in the melee, Prof. Chicago. William Simon was caught, soaked to The verdict of the trial the skin and treated to a sack of Hour. court, which found John II. Walsh guilty The students rushed the police out of the of misappropriation of the funds of the building each time the blueoouts entered, Chtcagn National Itank, wus affirmed by keeping up the rush for two hours before, the t'niUd States circuit court of they subsided. here Tuesday. Mr. Walsh must serve the sentence of five years' imprisonment linpo.ed upon $20,000,000 FOR DEFENSE him by the trial jury, unless the supreme court upsets affirmation of Iho verdict of Canada Provides for Fleet of War guilty. Vessels, Counsel for Mr. Wubdi in their apjx-n- l Ottawa, Out. It is understood that laid the givatest stress on what thoy the Canadian government's bill respect- alleged was a lac: of criminal Intent on ing naval defense to lie brought the part of thn defendant. In their very the coming session of parliament will lengthy brief much law was tpjoted to provide for u total capital expenditure show that the convicted banker, of about I'JO.OOO.OOO during the next six publisher and railroad miner wed or set en years, the yearly appropriation the funds of the bank in what lie conAlthough de- sidered a legitimate manner. being about $8,00(1,(100. tails aru not yet wuiked out, present Might Riders at Cynthiana. plans contemplate a fleet of a dozen war vessels, consisting of cruUers, torpedo Cyuthiaiia, Ky. Thursday midnight a lxmt and destroyers, dry docks and it liody of night riders pussed through Canadian shipbuilding plant capable of Clnysville, iind ordered all residents to building and repairing the largest class extinguish their lights and retire. They of wuc vessels, iiiude no other demonstration and their It Is stated that three vessels of the mission U unknown. They returned In new fleet will bo placed on the Pucltlc two hours with all their saddle blankets coast and nine on the Atlantic. of white material. h, be-Inews-paji- ls Carolina. W),7S 0.t;. Oklahoma 3,701 11,4:2 114,347 111,616 M4,7-.'1K9.90H S. Carotins. were lignite. S.474 17.731 3t.l09 The total production of Tennessee to Tennessee .. 617.42.1 1.047.NI7 960,007 the close of 1909 amounted tn 90,101, Tevas All ether 772 ibort tons, representing an eihaus-tioM states ... 4.774 3410 of 116,000,000. According to the estimate by Marius It. CmnpMI, of the Cnitcd State geological survey, the THINK PRICES ARE TOO HIGH bituminous coal fields. of Tennessee covei an area of 1,400 square tulles, the original contents of which, when mining be- Manufacturers' Presldsnt Says Cotton Mills May Close. gan, were 23,663,000,000 short tons, of Charlotte, C. A critical situation, whlih the eilmiution to the close of f snd one of rata ueriirrenre, confronts 1909 represented a little more than of one per cent, of the total esti- Southern ret ton mills berativ of the high pries of rav ruttnn, ami unless mated supply. there is a decided drap In the prttv ef RESCUE GIRL; ARREST FATHER the staple in less than two weeks, according to S. II. Tanner, of the American Cotton Manufacturers' AsDrink-Craze- d Men Barricaded House sociation, Southern mlllt will be forced and Threatened Child. to shut dowa. Atlanta, ls. Fearing that a "It will mean that there will be no old girl would be tlalu by her f ether It money in textile products, and the mill they attempted to force their way Into after using up what small stocks of cot a room In which he was barricaded, a tun they hate oh hand, will hare In shut iO"se of ten or twelve police were held down that Is, if ebith and )MUi. at bay for three hours by lr. Ira ciaily the former, do not take a detidej leading druggist of Atlanta jump upwards, a bigger Jump than cotton IMjimnter was crsty drunk, and when n suufaeturers would expect under the police came to arrest him he barricaded circumstances." the room and swore he'd kill the child If tho officers entered. PEPPER CZ0V COMPLETE LOSS. While talking through an open win dow, C'apt. Heavers made a grub for the Cold Wave in Mexico Killed Chile Plant druggist and tried to climb in the room, in Four States. but lel.aniater slummed do ii the win-oMexico City. New of the absolut sash und caught (apt. Heaver's loss of the Chile ieper erop of Mexico hands, mashing them. Aftrr three hours lerelved by the ruiuaru agihsila of Dr. fell Into a stupor and wat this eity at tile hislalal oiie of the most the (sillce entered and rescued the girl dlsaitrous blows dealt the farming inami arrested the father. dustry of the lotiutry by tho cold wave that siread a sheet of frost from ChihuaBACK UP PROHIBITION. hua to the hot country. Not a shoot of Chile Is left in the big four producing Synod Demands EnforcePreibyterian slates of the irpublie. ment of Law. Bishop Ward's Body Coming. Oklahoma City, Okla. Following an Toklo. address by II. II. Laughbauin, secretary The body of llithop Seth of the Okiahouia League, be- Ward, of the Methodist KpUcopal fore tho Oklahoma synod of "PresbyteChurch, South, ho dloil Sept. 30, while rian Churches, the synod udopted resolu- on his annual tour of liMpeclhm among tions demanding better enforcement of the missions In ,liiun, was sent to San thn prohibition laws pledgtd Its memFraiiritco Tuesday on Uwrd the steamer bers to with the league and Nippon Maru. lllthoi Want's son, who the officers, und culled upon good cl(lrem was with his father when lie died, it to demand a law enforcement sentiment. areiimiMtnyiiig the IkxIv. 1 . one-hal- VflIf. 199,001 71.013 tiosa n nas a they alt work cverttae inc-ii- ca u:r .:n HER 4 LM IB IV mW We. B 1 m II VI II 1 Taking Lydia E. Pinkham Vegetable Compound Columbuv Ohio.,- -"! U'etf anil i i ixi.r 'tikIM out W" I cu an do air-- !l et . egctatl 0 -- Mrs. I 11 ae my friemlf) what u llANc.v,SOtWrtw:31' I i ll, lit " . JSIIIISIIV . m MIC . i . -- - . .n m.,,f ij U Ol-.- l l.'h.Kt t- I : "2 "A '""P.'n I. e lllft UICVIV- - .. :.. ll.i,. r IV. ni.. xr ..... t ,, in imri. li.t .. -- r ie critical perio'i f Anti-Saloo- "x viii.. am 11 1111.11 e..e. nnv of . iToi e,.r ntt"u!.i n . g li.lrTT , tllObO Ul ' lis' " iw. rr.' 1.1, Is mlllll ir.'in . ...Ml TfUuj SHOT LEGISLATOR. Negro Later Caught and Lynched After Identification. Greensburg, Iji. Ap Ard, a dexiwate negro who shot at II. T. Young, of the legislature, mhiic tiimi ago, it I was ruptured In Amite City, Miss., a few duys ugo, wui lynched on Thursday (tight while being taken from Mr. Young's lesidenco to the Juil In (ireeiishurg. The sherllf took the negro to Mr. Young for Identification unci then turned him iter to a constablu- GERMANS ON DEFENSE UNION. Condemn Plan of a British-America- Alliance, Cincinnati, (). The "union of dufente" between the I lilted States and Groat Britain to olTset the growing liuvul (tower of German), us advocated Dire, ford und by Irdl XortliclllTe, Clot, of KiigUud, Is declaird to be In a losnluthm ottered in th- - Or mail A I Ma m) Natlunul Cumeiitlnn by Dr. Krnest lllchards, professor of German in Columbia I'niversitv. New York a)-sur- city. Flotilla In Shallow Water, fit. Louis. The United Slates torpedo Hotilla, which Is hero for the centennial velubrutloii, und is botkul to remain heie untjl Oil. 33, to escort President Tuft to New Orleans, will not head tho river pageuut on account of the fear of guiug aground beenuso of the low water. Tho Ixwts, instead, will anchor aiiildwticam and dross ship whllo the jarade asH(m. Whilo the odbcrs will nut dismiss the sssibllity of the bcutt being unable to leave here until the spring rite, audi l the opinion of many veteran riter men. mJlxwrwX-AUTOS ARE BARRED. V,, liny you ' Malawi bte restored viukhain'a vckcw siriTM 5 - mill " WOUira 31 its.--- Court Holds They Can Be Forbidden Streets. AiigiltUt, Me. TU tinllnnuro excluding nutoiiHililUs fiom the etreets of liar llallmr, (xtwisl by the town government, wat ilatdartsl icuistltulioiul by the law court, tho lilglmsl ttihitnal In Maine, The cute, whiih Iws bV4'iided atlcntlon in (own ((otcrumviitH aiui state courts for nearly u giew oul, uf the iltlempt of K. II. Mayo to drive through the town lu an autoiiH Idle us n test of the law. Maine sims 1 , KM ttt?Th! L ASM Iy both molkrwrt likcilloo-ili- wl' w Forlhctyft from opiiles- . )ta, ctsi 9 Doings aT THE nnon Of to Retire Is Latest Gossip Friend of tbo speaker sar It would not itirprlio them If ho retired from public Ufa nt (ha close of hla present term. Thoy rail attention to the fact that ho la serving hla eighteenth tsrni, at tho close of which ho will havo served In tho houso 36 years, more than a generation. And on tho fourth of March, 1311. ho will hays completed four ternia as speaker. When tho tlmo nrrlvca for tho next ff5B rn a i congresslonnl campaign Cannon will his retirement from bo 74 years old. This la rather well l ti,.m will follow a contra- - advanced In year for n man to no up Itn frum a tlose friend of tho against a fight auch as la known will bo made against tbu Sago of Danville Idrr L,. r of theso retirement Cannon's friends say ho dearly loves lf.lsaa'ca thst'i'nclo Joo" will a Unlit, and It la tho knowledge of tho Unlit that may Induct him to run tli( flgW of Ms mo ncxi winir. if Jce not a political fight In again. However, It u that too oomocraui win not so strong la whispered that he Is physically aa ho was him, It means that i, jt warm ..it nt lm within the ranks of several years ago, and ha might tako on the floor of tha. hous. his health Into consideration. Ho will make It warm realizes that ho hna had about all IMttr They niado It most there la for him In the way of political Joe for him anJ nil program preferment that hla state or district did f'ra session. Thsywhat can bestow, and he knows that he will nover he considered aa a candldato umed In getting s'lrr, but thoy made a for tho presidency, as ho la now In Ir sect sffic lent strength to cause tho aged class. of Thcro arc not a few lcidrs to take notice, ,a tat ther did then will not bo public men who for this reason that Speaker Cannon Is serving lirltr lo whst they will do next. irdlng ti present Indies-,- hla last term and that ho will make 1: It Is the knowledge of this that tho public announcement neit spring lUrtrd the story that cannon thnt ho baa had bis full qiota of servh!s mimose to retire ice and tho tlmo Is at hand to give la M5- - ss at tho close of his pros- - some of tho youngsters In the district an opportunity rj ni"ivui Uta.nr.' ,. .in- o tm-n- fr Frankforl. Ky. Stalo Auditor Frank P. James will bo put In tho class with Dr. Cook and Commander Peary soon by Kcntucklans If ho continues MM mako his discoveries. His latest an nouncement Is that ho haa found two voluahlo tracts of land In Clay county, valued at Jfi.OOO each, and 13,000 In cash belonging to tho state In Clay county, making a total of $15,000. Ho returned from a tour of Invcs ligation, and tho matter has been placed In tho hands of Altornoy-Ocn- cral Urcathltt to help along tho find ings. Olio of tho tracts of land which Auditor James alleges belongs to Uie state Is occupied by A. II. Howard, father of Iho noted James Howard, convicted for tbo murder of Oov. Goobel, which, ho aays, was sold at auction and bought In by tbo state at the conclusion of tho term of ofTlco by Howard A I; DISCOVERIES BY JAMES DAMAGES ..... HIS REAL WOE M II I j I X Jf OF $109,636.50 WILL HAVE TO REFUND FEE9 y Valuable Tracts of Land and $3,0C0 in Cash, Which He Claims Belongs to the 8tate. Involved In Suit Filed hy Loveil & Tobacco Co. Against Bur. ley Tobacco Society. Cov'ngton, Ky. Tho third sull In volving Uie Hurley Tobacco Society wos lodged In the federal court hero. The Iovell & Uumnglon Tobacco Co., of Cr .lngtan, aro tho plaintiffs, anl C'lsrf e Lellim and others the dolendnnts. Llko tho other petitions Hied, Uie allegations aro to tho offoet that the defendanta entered Into com bination with tho Kentucky growers and others from Ohio to obtain a monopoly of Uio hurley tobacco of tho years 190C, 1907 and 190S, to control tho prlco and destroy tho competition among tho growers and to prevent a full and open salo and to restrain the trade therein between various stat8 of tho country. They allego further i - when ho was high sheriff. part of this land was recently sold !int o to John I). Whllo for 13.000, and It was during tho examination of tho deed to got the title that Iho nnlo was recalled. Another tract of land is that which escheated to the stata from nonpayment of taxes. The land wns sold and 13,000 of thu money was collected, put in bank and forgotten. CRAZED WITH JEALOUSY, Husband Killed Wife and Then Shot Himself. Dan-vlll- o President Happy Without a Reynolds MM IfYSOLDS i Is as India-- ' ti ka F pc- - .'i- -' ii;taia president ran tne No - a' tncrlcan admin- sooming syrup i i li - ' ut a Jltnmlo Hoynolds. Roosevelt made suro of - keeping two or mem President Taft has com( n cne but he has recently lii Y,t lean :ng to the Jlmmle !s"j tr appointing James llurK'T of Massachusetts aa a zl.c: cf the tariff commission. Mr. n IT - IzC.'.i has been an assistant socre- t o treasury for four years. it': tsat ohe t.,1 , M-- r was a newspaper alien be has been the cf the Itepubllcan party In -- r r. t. fi' "i During the hi c has been born' ever many ears t. he has bean a ils ked common garden variety of reporter, n statehouse reporter, a Washington an editorial writer and an Alpha Delta 1'hl. He has Joined several clubs, nnd ever since 1903 has bven on Undo Sam's pay roll In tho treasury department. He Is a qualified expert on customs matters, and hla fitness to serve on the tariff board put him there In spite of his desire to contluuo In his present place. Tho other Jlmmle Reynolds Is other wise known as James Ilronson Reynolds, sometimes called James Ilewll-dcroIleynolda by the hated opposition. Mr. Reynolds Is a reformer and ho Is now In New York engaged once moro In the seventh lap of the Mara thon of reform In that place. Ha began life In 1SC1, later on ha was a lawyer, and ho has ever alnce been In the public eye. He waa as necessary to President Roosevelt as tho big stick. Ho followed Upton Sinclair through tho Jungles of Chicago' pack Ing town, nnd helped the country homes commission get the dopo on the evils of city life. Ho formulated a nice plan for a new municipal govern mont In Washington, but up to date It has not been tried out. d Louisville, Ky. Crared by Jealousy, Thomas P. (linn, 41 years old, shot and Instantly killed his wlfo and then placed tho revolver In his mouth and pulled tho trigger. The two bodies were found sldo by side when tho police rushed In to ascertain tho Bhoot Ing. (linn was taken to a hospital and will recover. That Glnn's Jealousy had been directed principally toward his son, Thomas P. Glnn, Jr., 22 years old. is tho belief of neighbors, who had heard frequent quarrels between the man and his wife. At tho supper hour when Mrs. Glnn went to a grocery her husband followed her. As tbo two en tered an alloy near their homo Glnn pulled his revolver and shot his wife In the back. She fell dead at his foot. Glnn was a tobacco worker and was In comparatively good circumstances. His wife was before her marrlasc Frances Goodwin. Doth had lived In Maysvllle, Ky., several years, but had moved to Louisville a short tlmo aftsr their marriage. ;eks Raise for Uncle Sam's Clerks SJ lis Settlement Won't Stand. Frankfort, Ky. Contracts made by agents of railroad companies with passengers who aro Injured too soon after the Injury occurs will not stand In the federal court in Kentucky, for hucIi is tho decision of Judge Cochran in the caso of W. II. Waugh against Uie Chesapeake & Ohio railroad and ' rtrar.'c of tho deslra of the i .a:r inference on city nlannlna .... : i. I'- rlihfli-'- al n.-- progress may bo made srd beautify Washlncton. f!.i a ( Marsh, has prepared a ro-'nir.cs'ica'una ho has tieon con- " last Mar. and now haa "l r ircscntaMon to the scnato p:".ce ca the District of Columbln. commendations, whllo ff nu into tho aublcct of cf land In tho district, and t el such technical subjecta as !"ja l,lfh of streets and siiBgea- ' laxauon, contain no moro In- rljt lp ac-a- -' 5 subdivision IRC W rl nd mjiilclpal than that rclat- avernco wncn rnrniir hi- employea In iipai ,'ica plete White House Lighting Plant lW Vn R" a ,lwclI"'C Ima a ,!oU8(l i In the bettor or moro V:" nill,c accoinpiisucu lamps dlstrlbu- ,kr- 8K',Jt tho mansion and tho e x jt.,i by u number of arc Alf, nnd H,Qn ' '""'lwnt ,vu' t Wash- - ltJi!... I la Kf..".wW k m tho main vestlbulo ,he ,Klrt5 sochoro t " th? I'Mlors and largo be dllllcult. Mm mansion nt night 8 twn the omcera on .. IPCftrr ,),.,, iH lli-- f .n , .J.the Whlt0 ., la not ton. but Is la tho machinery was i me Waugh was given $1,150 damages. He I'niess incso men ana women aro granted substantial Increases In salary had settled tho day after the wreck Immediately, Mr. Marsh holds, the for $250, but Judge Cochran held that such a settlement when Insufficient to plans for tbo betterment of Washing pay for the Injury could not stand. ton mny na well bo dropped. Ho points out that many men who Whlskv. Mora are married and have families are Frankfort. Ky. Deputy Collector compelled to work along for from C00 to 1. 00 a year. This means, bo says Grant Roberts collected during tho that many men of more thnn average month of September tho sum of $170,-221G as tax on 4.121 barrels of Intelligence and ability, caught fast In the rut of government and municipal whisky containing 151.71G gallons. For scrvlco and unable or afraid to seek the month of September last year the more remunerative employment, are amount collected was only $119, SH, making a vain endeavor to maintain or $20,000 less than this ;ar. This Ufa and support tholr fnmlllos In com shows a healthy Increase in the fort and respectability. whisky trade In this section. As a result, he says, Washington Is facing rt housing famine, because tbo Warden Must Pay Reward. working pcoplo cannot find homes In Frankfort, Ky. Judge Stout, in the which they can afford to live. Ho ad Franklin circuit court, U'ld that War vocatCH Immediate, action looking to a den Mudd. of tho penitentiary, must general advance In salary for the un pay to William Woodsldo, of Franklin derpald clerks. When their case has county, $100' reward for tho return to been nttended to, ho says, so that Uio penllontlary of Dicey Gilpin, an they havo been mado a escuped convict. and class, other efforts to beautify and improvu the city will Aaalnst a Pool. bo mora easy of attainment. Glasgow, Ky. At a meeting of tho local Hurley Tobacco society here resolutions were passed Instructing Its dclccatos to voto against tho 1909 crop thus placed becauso It was not do being pooled The attempt to pool tht slrablo to have the dirt und nolso In hurley crop has not met with success. cldent to a power plaut at tho White Houso, nnd also bocauso of considera Lexington, Ky. James U. Haggln tions of tho danger from tire Thin plant, In addition to supplying master of Klmcndort farm, pledged his Iho current for lighting tho White crop of SCO acres to tho pool of the House, also furnishes the power for Hurley Tobacco Society, and, in there Is much elation anions lighting tho state, war and nuvy building, the navy department nnuux, the members of tho Bocioty. tho wns department annex and tho Louisville, Ky A most Interesting Whllo Houso stables, program for celebrating lu addition to providing tbo lllu feature of tho tho golden annlvorsary of tho South-?ruination for tho president's home tho Ilaptist Theological Seminary was electric current generated In tho big granlto building across the streot does the history of the Institution as told many other things to inako tho in In poetry by Mrs. Ella Ilroaddus mates and employes of that establish and happy. The mont comfortublo Louisville, Ky Archie H. Robinson, olovator and dumb waiters and tbt vacuum carpet cleaner are oporated 20, son of Arehlo M. Robinson, one of by electricity. The same agency Is the wealthiest and best known men employed to drive upward of 200 house in Louisville, committed sulcldo by fans, number of exhaust fans for von shooting himself nt Colorado Springs, (Hating purposes; to help the cooks Col. Ho had been in poor health for In tho kitchen and tho force iu the several years. laundry room. Facilities recently Ururamel," havo been installed to provide elecMaysvllle, Ky. "Ueau tricity for charging the president's tho handsome stallion of U Andernow electric automobile, and a private son's Point Au View stock farm, of telephone system has also been es- this city, was sold to eastern parties tablished, with stations in all parts of for $5,000, tho highest prlco over paid tho bulldlnc and icround (or a Mason county pioduct Tax-PaiRob-urtso- "Why so glum, old man? Won't she Frankfort, Ky. Stalo Inspector and return your love!" "No. Dut tho worst of it Is sh Examiner Thatcher turned into tho treasury $2,500 received from won't return Uio presents I gavo her!" stalo Sheriff Davison, of Kenton county, Feeding Farm Hands. which nmount represents what Davison has received over and nbovo $5,000 Every farmer's wl'fo Itno'ws what treas his annual compensation during tho mendous appetites farm hands usually years HOC to 1908, Inclusive. Section havo; hut whllo thoy cat well they 23G of the constitution provides that S work well, too. no public officer, except tho governor, Here's a good suggestion about feedo shall roceh-- more than $5,000 onnul ing farm hands. Give them plenty of compensation. Section 4,168 of th Quaker Scotch Oats. A big dUh of statutes fixes the compensation of Quaker Oats porridge with sugar and sheriffs nt not exceeding this amount. cream or milk is the greatest breakAlthough tho General Assembly has fast in the world fo a man who seeds never provided for tho specific enforce- vigor and strength for a long day's ment of the statute, tho governor con- work. Tho man that eats Quaker tends that tho law lu and that SO branches or subcombinations And following an examination of the Scotch Oats plentifully work often Is "without tho man who docs good were organized snd became active in county sheriff's office, he de- cxccsslvo fatlguo. There Is a sustain each of tho counties raising hurley to Kenton state ing quality In Quaker Scotch Oats not bacco, that they conspired and In or- termined that Davison owed the In other foods, and for economy law woi, der to control the quantity of hurley some $3,500 If tho position, enforced. found at tho head of tho UsL To meet took, tho however, It is procure pledges or con Davison tobacco did in tracts of not less than 80 per cent and thnt some of tho excess was used for needs of thoso Oats different climates is packed in regu Quaker nt tho samo tlmo agreed not to sell the office expenses and deputy services, lar slzoScotch packages nnd hermetically Uio tobacco In open markets of the years and the settlement of $2,500 to compromlso agreed upon sealed tins; Uio latter for hot climates. 1906, 1907 and 1908. Tho plaintiffs state was a general and claim they wcro untblo to purchase by the governor, attorney Would Find Use for It. any burlcy tobacco elsewhere than auditor. According to Thatcher, counAfter a day and a night spent In an who from tho society in question, and ty officials throughout the state swering telephone calls from people which they were compelled to havo In have collected in fees more than $5,000 who wanted Uio latest nows from ns their annual compensation will havo tbelr business, were made to pay ex Peary and Dr. Cook, tho secretary of orbitant prices. Tho plaintiffs arc to refund to tho state or defend legal one of tho arctic clubs had retired action for its collection, and It Is exseeking, the recovery of $409,G36.G0. rest, when tho perpected that a thorough Investigation for a 'phono bell rang again. A voice clean-ucounty offices will sistent of and HAD A HAPPY LIFE. at tho other end said: result with thousands of dollars con"Do you want tho ambulance sent Will of O'Neal Makes Man-tlo- n verted to the state treasury. right over J" of Happy Existence. "What ambulance 7" roared the irate POOLING OF TOBACCO secretary. Louisville, Ky. The will of "Why, Uio one you sent for." J. T. O'Neal was probated, and In it Will Be Continued by Burley Tobacco "I sent for no ambulance.' Society Until October 20. hi) makes mention of the happy exist"You llol" secretary gasped, then h ence ho led. One paragraph of the Tho Lexington, Ky. The executive board screamed into tho 'phone: will reads: "I wish with a heart full "Send It as soon as possible, and of gratitude to make this public ac- of the Uurlcy Tobacco Society met knowledgment that my life has been here and sent out to the chairman of you come over, too, and I'll send you full of sunshine, brought to ms from a tho Board of Control of the various hack in it!" happy homo In childhood and conUn-ue- counties of the burley tobacco district Poker Finance. through llfo In tho homo of which the following report and suggestions Moso Coonley (a winner) Guess 1 II I have been the head." Ho bequeathed "Have pooled 101,238 acres; 94,813 tho bulk of his estate to his widow, acres not pooled. Think It best to de cash In, boys. Abe Mokeby (also to the good) and directed that no Inventory or ap- clare pool on and continue pooling to praisement be made. 20. Wo are elated over tho Guess I'll do de same. October Jefferson Yallerby Me tool 30,000 acres roolcd In tho last two Bill Blngy (the banker, a big loser) RIGHT TO SUE RAILROAD. weeks." This Information and suggesWell, I guess yo' each dono got tion was telegraphed or telephoned to . gen'lmen! guess Circuit Judge Stout of Frankfort Ren- every county chairman where tho farm Ownln' to dls heah attempted an' ders Important Decision. ers In tho pool were assembled to voto run on de bank, de Instertoo-Uoon whether or not tho pool should bo am now suspended an' won't -- .Frankfort,. Ky. In tho Franklin cir- a go on the percentage given. So far oppyratlons till de panicky feel-Icuit court here Judge R. L. Stout de- every county In the district reporting hab fully subsided an' do foolish tbo administrator of G. I). to the homo office has voted unani cided that depositabs continues doin' business as Massle, an employe of the Louisville mously to bold the pool on tho per fohmably. And It's youah deal, Mose and Nashville railroad, who was killed centage given. Since tho meeting re- Coonley!" Illustrated Sunday In Florida, could bring suit for dam- ports are coming In showing pooling ages In this county. This Is tho first of many additional acres In alt parts ruling on this statute providing that a of the district, amounting to an in On a Time Limitation. resident of Kentucky killed In any oth- crease of at least 10 per cent. It Is In splto of Uie reputation for state by a railroad operating confidently expected that at the close er ho gained from his early through Kentucky may bring 6ult 'n of the extended time, October 20, there trial for heres tho late Prof. Jowett any county In tho state through which will be 130,000 acres In tho pool. of Oxford wus Intolerant of pretenOne the railroad runs, provided tho admintiousness and shallow conceit. undergraduate met tho istrator lives In that county. DamLexington. Ky. Fire In tho local of ages of $20,000 are asked. flee of the Western Union Telegraph master one day. "Master," hesald, "I philCo. destroyed tho switchboard, 1,20b have searched everywhere infill Louisville, Ky. Entries are coming cells of battery, 30 sots of Instru osophies, ancient and modern, and nohorso mcnts and other equipment. In numbers for Uio A tem where do I find Uie evidence of a ," replied tho master, show. It will be held In tbo Armory porary office was rigged up and tho God." "Mr. the week of October 11, and Presi- main wires wcro soon working as after a shorter pause than usual, "It you don't find a God by five o'clock dent Carroll believes that in brilli- usual. this afternoon you must leave this ance of exhibition and in slzo of atcollege." tendance It will outrank the nine pre. Frankfort, Ky. Gov. Wlllson aih vlous exhibitions. pointed as delegates lo represent KenTha Way of It. tucky at the Tcunesseo River Im "But I don't lovo you," objected the Lexington, Ky. At a meeting hold provement association meeting at young woman. here by delegates from tho various H. A. Petter Term.. Nov. "Then why," hjwled the iudlgnant associations of Uie and Curt Covington, of Paducah; youth, refeirlng hastily to dlvors memstate, tho "Kentucky Association for Judge E. Uarry, of Denton, and E. Hurt, oranda in his pocket diary, "did .ydu the Study and Prevention of Tubercu- of Murray. cat up a total of 65 boxes of chocolates losis" was organized. C. U Adler, of I bought you during tho past year It Louisville, was chosen president. Louisville, Ky. A dlstlnot earth, you didn't love mei" Uio residents of "Because," she said, with a rapt exLexington, Ky. Tho .West Lexing- quake shoclc threw Louisville and Jefferson county Into pression on her lovely features, "I do ton Presbytery, embracing tho Prestho local weather bu love chocolate." byterian churches in 10 counties, ad- a fright, and were kept busy answer reau officials journed, after selecting Reattyvlllo as ing queries as to tho probability of a CHILDREN SHOWED IT the place for tho rhcetlng next year. repetition of the shock. Little or no Effect of Their Warm Drink In th During the last fiscal year $17,000 was Morning. damage was done. given to foreign missions. A year ago I was a wreck from Carlisle, Ky. Tho Ctntral Kentuc Lexington, Ky. Robert D, Rodes, a ky Osteopathic Association elected coffee drinking and was on tho point Renjaniln Harrison, soldier from Fort Dr. J. S. Oldham, president; Dr. Jo of giving up my position in the school Ind., is under arrest here charged with sephine liaggms, vice president; vr. room becauso of nervousness. being a deserter from tho U. S. army. Virginia Leo Amos, secretary; Dr, "I was telling a friend about it and His arrest was due to Uie fact that ho Martha Petree, treasurer; Drs. S. W. sho said, 'Wo drink nothing at meal bold his uniform at a secondhand clothLongan, K. O. Vance, Ella Y. Hicks tlmo but Postum, and it is such a ing store here. comfort to havo something we can and O. C. Robertson, trustees. enjoy drinking with the children.' Frankfort, Ky. Atty. Gen. Breathitt "I was astonished that she would Owensboro, Ky. W. A. Gaines & has delivered on opinion In which ho Co., of Frankfort, filed suit In tho allow tho children to drink any kind of holds that a child Is subject to the against the Rock Spring coffeo, but sho said Postum was tho truant law after ho has reached tho federal court the Distillery Co. nnd Silas Rosenfeld, of most healthful drink Inolder world for ones, and seventh anniversary of his birth and as well ns tor Owensboro, for $20,000 damages and children until he has reached tho fifteenth that tbo condition of both tho children Uio protection of the rights on a for and adults showed that to bo a fact. patented trade mark, "Old Crow," "My first trial was a failure. Tho Frankfort, Ky. Col. GarneU Rlply. used on a brand of whisky, lnfrlnse- cook boiled It four or flvo minutes nnd assistant adjutant gcnoral, handed his ment Is charged. it tasted so flat that I was in despair resignation to Adjt. Gen. Johnson, to but determined to give it ono moro Ky. Tho Jefferson trial. This Umo wo followed Uio direcJeffersontown, take effect October 1. It was accepted Gens Johnson will look after tho County Farmers' Institute will noia tions and boiled It fifteen minutes aftwork until Col. Ripley's successor is an annual meeting hore October 15 er tbo boiling began. It waa a decided and 16, and from present Indications juccc33 and I was completely won by selected. It will be the greatest gathering of Us rich delicious flavour. In a short Glasgow, Ky. John W. Montgomfarmers brought together in ysars. tlmo I noticed a decided Improvement ery, 65, republican nominee for repre- Resides a number of local speakers, In my condition and kept growing betd M. C. Rankin, commissioner of agri- ter month after month, until now I am sentative of this county, was by Morris Wllcoxen, at whoso culture from Kentucky, has consent- perfectly healthy, and do my work homo he had called to get Wllcoxen to ed to speak. W. D. Nichols, of Uloom- In tbo school room ulth case and pleasg field, and John S. Dlalr, of Carlisle, ure. I would not return to the pool his burley tobacco. will also bo prominent speakers at regular coffee for any Madlsonvillo, Ky. Trains on tho the institute. A coiumlttco is now money." arrangements of tho Head tho famous little "Health Clasnew M H. & B. railroad will enter working out tho Madlsonvillo October 10, according to meeting and it is probablo that tho sic." "The Road to Wellvlllo," in pkgs. given ou Uie two daj There's a neason." tho announcement of tho manage- programs to bo Kvrr mil (ha ment Plans have been mado for a of tbo InsUtuto will surpass any which- oue ppra (rum above Iritrrr A Thry time In tlmr. havo been given at previous mestpassenger handsomo n sroMtur, trua, and full wt kuutaa lags of the farmers of the county. Utimb well-earne- d p d h n d Har-rlmamur-dorenerve-destroyintwo-tdor- Will County Officials Who Have Collected More Than $5,000 as Annual Compensation. I 'ssssW WJR ssssssssH o h -- 'I This may sound strange to you, that we should be Cutting Prices right at the beginning of the season, just at a time when other stores exbect and do get fancy profit. Bnt its a fact, nevertheless, and there's a reason it, We have an object in view. There are certain reasons why it is desirable to. cut this stock down .to the lowest nnlhl e fJuoaiui . . .1 ... xt i i l l ii .i Ml .11 me r point as quicKiy as possible, ana we tninK nuw is me oest rime to ao it and to iticcs is the ibest way. So, we are not standing back on anything in stock, and on all staple goods as Domestics, Sheetings, Ginghams Outings, Calicoes, Linens, &c as well as on all Dress Goods, Shoes, Clothing, &c, the price have been cut and the Look over these items. Come and see. saving on these items to you will be considerable if bought from n ; We Are Cutting JPrices Heavily on Seasonable Goods! t-- ui Ji. BIG SJriHSTCr TO YOU Hope Bleach Domestic I3ST 9c PRICES All Peters Diamond Brand Shoes at Splendid quality yard-wid- e 10-4- Brown Domestic worth 7c : Unbleached Sheeting All 10c Outings, Flannelettes, Ginghams, &c 81c 5c 20c Cut Prices A Splendid Stock of Table Cloths, Napkins Towels, Crashes, Linens Etc., All at Cut Prices. We show an unusually good line of all these items, and have made some most interesting prices on the entire stock, which means a great money-savin- g opportunity for you. We can only mention a few items, but have very many other equally as good. 1 Peters Diamond Brand Shoes are the Best Made But They Go at Cut Prices. first-class, -- Such Cutting as this On Men's and Boys' Clothes Was Never Before Heard Of. These Mens and Young Mens Suits were sell at $ 2.50, $ 1 1 We have thrown on our counters a big quantity of Peters Shoes, in Mens, Ladies and Misses, which are ofstylish fered at remarkably low prices. All shoes, but at Cut Prices. Mens Finest $6 and $5 Shoes cut to Mens Fine 3.50 Shoes cut to Ladies Finest 4.00 and 3.50 Shoes cut to Ladies Fine 2.25 Shoes cut to Misses 2.25 and 2.Q0 Shoes cut to made to .00 white Table Linen, very wide 85c Table Linens for . 35c white Table Linen 35c Red Table Linen for 50c Buff Table Linen for 75c Table Napkins for 2.50 Table Napkins, very large size . 3.00 Table Napkins Extra quality Bleached Turkish Towels. 2.00 White Counterpanes 1.25 White Counterpanes . .85c .29c $3.50 6.50. Materials from which they arc made is strictly first class. Strong and well made, they will give good and satisfactory wear, The pantj from these suits are gone, leaving coats and vests $0 50 only. To clean them up wc offer them choicefor 5 1 and 75c SSOC .10 and 25c 1.48 98c 2.40 39c 59c 1.75 2.75 2.98 198 1.48 Knee Pant Suits Almost Given Away. These garments are offered way under value. Not suit in the lot but was made to sell for about double a what we offer them for. All arc strong and well made. Sizes run from 4 years up to 5. Wc offer you for 1 These Ladies Skirts and Underskirts Are Excellent Values at the Cut Prices.... We show a big linCbf these items, in a good range of styles and all colors. The cut prices on these are remarkable. 10.00 Ladies Skirts for 6.98 7.50 Ladies Skirts for 4.98 2.50 Heatherbloom Underskirts for 1.98 1.75 Satin Underskirts for 1.25 Stylish Dress Goods at About Half Price. But we've plenty for everybody. Such prices as these we are now making on seasonable, staple, all wool Dress Goods, are unheard of before. Doubtless that accounts for the big sale of them. Remember that no better goods than these can be found anywhere, while the prices at other stores arc fully double the prices we are making. 40c Wool Suitings now. 1 $l0O9 $1509 cc Suits worth up to 1.75. Suits worth up to 7.50. Suits worth up to $6. OV8 $2.509 Fr These Prices on Mens and Boys Pants Will Interest You. Here you will find some 200 or 300 pairs Mens and Boys Pants that are the most remarkable bargain! you have ever seen. Made of first class materials, strong and well made. Wc offer them at just about Else Cut Prices Like These On Staple Cottons and Notions. Pepperell 10-- 4 Brown Sheeting Pepperell 10-- 4 Bleach Sheeting Good Quality 10-- 4 Brown Sheeting Best Dress Calicos h Luzon and Cardew Percales Best quality Table Oil Cloth Apron Ginghams 10c Dress Ginghams 10c Flannelettes 10c Outings Dress Outings 36-inc- You Won't Find Anywhere 25c 27 l-- .00 Black Fancy Weave, 44 inches. 25c 49c 49c , 30c 5c 9c 20c 5c 60c all wool Serge; now 75c Broadcloths. 50c Plaid Suitings. 35c Checks for Half Price Lot No. 1. 9c 9c 9c 4c 10c 10c 49c -- $2 Pants for. $1.00 35c Lot No. 2. $3 Pants for. Lot No 3. $5 .$1.50 -- 15c Barettes 15c Jet Pins -- 45c Pants fo- r- $2.50 Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, White Goods, Underwear, Blank ets and Comforts, All at Cut Prices. ELLISON BROS., Hickman. NEQRO THIEVE8 CAUGHT. News From Our Toggery Shop The next time you meet your friend see if hirt, tie nnd collar nrc proper ns regards style, fit nnd so on; yours nrc that is, if they come from us, for, we are specialists in men's fixings. Those beautiful his While Ed Georgo nnd family, on tho II. A. Tyler farm nenr town, were In this city Monday, two negros entered their residence nnd stol" $IO,C0 In cash and novcrnl ninnll articles, nnd tnado their cs cupi. When tho family returned homo at o'clock In tho afternoon, they dU covi-r.'that they had been robbed nnd Immediately telephoned Deputy Sheriff Goatdcr Johnson. Mr. Johnson got busy. In oner hour and ten mlnu'rs he hnd tho thclvcs In custody, nlthough they wcro forty miles from this place. IIo traced them by wire to I'Mon City, whero they had Just arrived In tlmo to catch a south 4 Eclipse Shirts For Fall ; -- X- 'i nrc ready, so is the New Silk Neckwear in great variety. Underwear also, most every kind. Hosiery in all the new colors, both cotton and wool. We can supply you in nearly everything to wear SEE US. d pnsscngcr train. Wiring the authorities at Trenton, Tonn., a des- script. (in of tho supposed thieves, and asking them to search tho train, had then arrested. Hie negroes gave their names a ll"t ry and Jim Uradford. When ar rested, they stoutly denied having any knowlcdgo of tho crime, with which they were charged, but after arriving nt Hickman, they "fessed up," surrendering tho money which one of them had In his sock. They wcro given a hearing beforo Judgo Naylor Tuesday and bound over to tho January circuit court, bod-- sH'K'lk Millet Sr Alexander Mens HeadtO'Foot Outfitters Doth nro In Jail. They will likely go to Eddyvillo Value Giving is a hobby with us We believe in it from past experience. Our present assemblage of suits, made to order only, ranging in price from after circuit court. DAYOUVILLE. Miss Amy Hubbard Is on tho sick list. Horn to Mr .and Mrs. Kubo Wal lace, n boy. Chester Darncs, of Hickman, was hero last week . John Novell Is tho guest of Arch Hubbard this week. T. W. Hubbard was In Hickman Saturday on business. M. I). Shaw, of Hickman, Ky., was hero on business, Monday. Ernest GUmoro returned to his homo at Annlston, Mo .Sunday. Mra. Ike DoLcon, who has been reported dangerously 111 Is recuperat HANDSOME F0LK8. FcU. K c Rive a n:i r. w "al of recent subscribers to the Mafia Hoper, Houto 4. tpt 4 city IL2. ' S Moorr, cllj. r.:;d Nsylcr 1xlngton. Jin. R. S. routo 2. y.si .. . CUi. Gccrg " city. K a, routo 1. R. Cr r.' H IV .. Kfuvc, Jordan. J13 I'rlt httt routo 2. Ftate Lino. II' nderson. Clinton, III H C Ma'ron Stato Lino. V I Kcti city, It J M Hubbard, city. 5 N Xil.v Ilrooksvlllc, Fin. UJ:Lr. cn c.ty In M ziT. hllllcotho. Mo. Mn. A M Itopcr, city. 1 C U.rl! k, Inlon City. Tonn. it C Ui h Illythesvlllo, Ark. !. . ft T' . .. - I, r I'fllTIIIV, .1IIBB. UI II lUSL Hi Nat 0 Turner, Marvel, Ark. C II I sSsTi Columbus, M.u M.r.lc Dow en, routu 3. Hi S M Catltt, city. J R IV'.uson, Moran. Tex. I! rson, Fresno, Cal. Wa ':r ( ros'c routo 4. 0. il H&r,T route 2. R. L An.:rr Cambridge, Mas. Ill S.r. i Ilurton, Union City. Cob CraJdxk city. J C N w'.ra city. 3 W Lu'. n, IJaltlmorc, Md. S II, Lutrn, Moicow, Ldard, ili MaJi- P. iliv - C Finis Clark, Ilcaalo, Tenn. Miss Wllllo Curlln, routo 1. W, L. Lynch, city. II. 0. Scott, Hortenao, Tcnn. II. Duma, Cayco. J. S. Ilallard, city. Mrs. W. A. Sullivan, routo 3. Mr. Lliilo Illnci, Tlptonrllle. Tonn J W. Bradley, Rosebud, Ark. Journoy Reeves, city. Hot. II. J. Grelger, city. Mra. N. I Harness, Granite City, II Gortrudo Fotho, city. Mrs. Nora Fields, city. Mrs. Margaret Margraf, St. Louis. Bornlo Hughes, city. II. C. Holm, city. Olllo Edmonds, city. II. H. Mangold, routo 2. Mary A. Lcdwldge, routo 1. Walter Hard, Cloves, Ohio. L. W. Fcrrell, city. J. J. Seay, routo 4. W. II. Illco, routo 1. L. A. Brock, city. Mrs. Ermln Bushart, city. Mrs. J. M. Durgoyno, N'ow York. W. J. Cook. city. Geo. Qlassor, dty. J. It. Shelby, dty. Miss Ltizlo Holtman, German, Mo. FOR WHIPPING "DAD." v 1 11 "X !S i-- 0 Deputy Sheriff Johnson was In Pulton, Cayco and LLodgcton laBt week collecting taxes, and reports largo collections. While on this trip, ho also paid out 13,000 In vnrloua claims, but got back with a goodly balance O - Now boost for Hickman's big day. Oct. 2Cth. Tho two. Brockmnn boys, Ed and Dick, who were arrested In tho bottom last week, charged with whipping their father, were later given a hearing beforo Judgo Naylor and inanities assessed. Edward ,tho young, est, ago 1C, was sent to the reform school, whero ho will remain until ho Is 21 years of ngo. Deputy Sheriff Johuson took him thero Sunday. ing . Tho other brother was fined $10 nnd Mrs. J. I). Dunn ,of Columbus, Ky., costs, being too old to receive a Is visiting friends nnd relatives hero school sentenco. this week. Mrs, Wat Do Leon and MIssGraco Dc Leon spent Sunday on Sugar arrangements Among oUier for Tree Illdge. Taft's Dny, the dccoraUng commitOscar Croft has returned to tee tias contracted with tho Harper and will again rcsumo his duty Decorating Company, of Louisville, to as a teacher. decorato tho park and Btrccts, nnd They havo had several cases of promise us the prettiest display of pasmall pox on No. 8 Island recently. triotic colors ever seen In Western Miss Gertrudo Dunn was In Bayou-vill- a Kentucky. It stands to reason that Sunday. a company making a specialty of this Mrs. J, M. Harrison has been visit can do tho thing much bet- ing business friends In this neighborhood for ter and cheaper than wo could our- the past week. selves. Dr. II lake, of St. Louis, passed here en routo to Mississippi, where ho will O spond Uio winter. Postmaster J. T. Stephens will reMrs. Charley Wilson and Mrs. Ada ceive In a fow days a largo supply of Jones, of Hlggerson, wero hero Moncelebration stamps. day on business. tho Hudson-FultoThis Is tho latest stamp Issued by Mrs. It. C. Farmer, and sister, Mra. tho Postofflco Department and Is hav- Frank Palmer spent Sunday with ing a large finlo over tho country. It their mother, Mrs. WllsonT, of hreo has a beautiful nppcarnnco and a States. flno picture of tho first Clermont nnd Alphonso Wimp, a prominent citiHalfmoon nro shown In tho back- zen of Barnes Hldgc, died Monday, two-ceground. They arc only of tho Oct. 4, nt his home. He was an ex denomination. ceptionally flno man and his untimely death makes a sad vacancy in o a hippy family circle. A wldo of friends sympatht30 with the stricken family in their hour of af fliction and berovemont. clr-cl- S1So will plead our case more forcibly than we ever could. In all our years of business we've never before shown such a collection in fashion and patterns. And in value we don't believe their equal has ever been shown in Hickman. We'll take pleasure in showing them to you. I Bradley -&over-flowin- Par ham g with Our store is wonderful seasonable bargains inFurnishing Goods and Hats. OLIVER'8 HORSE STOLEN. UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT. Archie Oliver, residing ln tho Cayce neighborhood, had a horse stolen from his place, Oct. 4th, and it seems that tho thief has mado a good Mr .Oliver camo to Hickman Tuesday to got Deputy Sheriff Johnson on the Job. get-awa- O MR. FARMER: I Mrs. A. A. Townsend Is visiting atives In East Pralrlo. rel- Dillon & Cox will present to their patrons, at tho Lyric, Wedncsdny night, Oct. 20th, Mr. Wlllard Gorton, a unique entertainer. Ho is known as a modeler in clay, and is the first man to introduce this work on tho paltform. In addition to tho foregoThe thief passed through Hickman ing, ho does cartoons In charcoal, art with tho animal, Oct. Sth, but no fur- studies ln cloth, pictures from torn ther trace of him can bo found. pieces of paper, Impersonations of noted men of tho 19th century, all Interspersed with quaint stories. Wo At Fulton last week, COG voters havo overy reason to bellovo that this placed their names on tho registracnter.nlnment will bo worth, doublo tion books. An estlmato of tho party tho prlco of admission. Don't forgot representation si as follows: Demotho date. crats. 3C0; Republicans, 125; Independent, Socialists, Dowleltcs, otc, 21. As a result of tho cool spell Ion-da- y O and Tuesday, "tho old man" took another degree ln putting up stoves. ThlretyT nEO Is what you need. ' Miss Mottle DeDow spent Friday with friends near Union City. The Best By every test., I New car just received. Prices right. J 4 Ponny Bowman, of Hales Point, Tcnn., was horo a fow days last week The Latest Arrivals in Cypress Shingles $1.00 a thousand Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman Ky. Our Joo Htdley and wlfo, and son, Guss are In St. Louis visiting their children. Kid ley, . Absolutelv eruaranteed to be the best wire fence v on the market You be the judge; if you do not say, after examining it, that it is the best, DO NOT BUY IT ! Call and see it. Don't tako any substitutes ask for "Sansparlol" Flour best on tho mnr-ktoday, No. Ladies' and cMisses' ..FOOTWEAR., E. P. REED & CO. MAKE The later shipments, recently received, contained all the latest models, which are beauttfully and gracefully patterned. The new perforated short vamp, the tapered toe medium extension sole, Cuban heel, in Patent Colt Vici and Tan. Come in and see them before you buy. Tolephono your grocery order to 38 tho Old Reliable all goods delivered. Mra, Fannio Campbell and daughter nro visiting Dr. Williams and wlfo ut Crystal. Chester Bondurant and Elvis Halo wcro In St. Louis last week attending tho Ceutonnlal and other business S. N. Matthews, of Obion county, and Miss Dora Champion, of Fulton, woro married In Union City, Thursday. Thoy will resldo ln Ful ton. W. A. DODDS J. E. Lutvu, son of Q, E. Luten, a prominent citizen of tho vicinity of Mills, and Miss Olga Woodland Schooler wero married at tho homo of tho brldo ln Corinth, Miss., Oct. 4, 1909. $2.50 - $3.00 - $3.50 - $4.00 Smith & Amberg. Tho groom Is wall known In Hickman. i If M I cnerKetlcally than before, if that were possible, An tinromnntlc, apathetic flgurtv fitting o naturally Into his surroundings as to demand no second look oven from tho most observant; yet one seeming lo possess n magnetic attraction for tho eyes ot tho hallboy ot the npartmcnt hotel (who, acquainted by sight and hearsay with tho stout Gentleman's identity and calling, bont upon him a steadfast and adoring regard), as well as for tho policeman who lorded It on tho 8t. Nicholas nvc-nu-o cornor, In front of tho real nstnt office, and who from time to tlmo shifted his contemplation from tho spaces ot tho heavens, tha better to exchango n furtlvo nod with the Idler in tho hotel doorway. Presently nt no grent lapse of time after tho short and thick set man hnd stowed nway his watch cut of tho thronged sidewalks of Seventh avenue a mnn appeared, walking west on the north side of the street and rovlowlng carelessly tho numbers on the Illuminated fanlights; a tall man, dressed nil In gray, and swinging a thin walking stick. person assumed The short, thick-se- t a mien of snore Intenio abstraction tocsin, .first itrlMntc Iter hfftrt stfrf with terror, men urging it into c flultcrlngs, Hut these, as the minutes drew on, mnrked only by tho dull methodic tick nnd nt Inrc of tho clock, quletc-d-i length she mustered coumga to move from the door, ngalnst which alio had flat toned hereolf, one hand clutching tho knob, ready to pull It ofn and fly upon tho first aggressive seund. In tho Interval her eyes had become to the darkness. The accustomed study door showed a palo oblong on her right; to her loft, nnd a Httlo toward tho rear ot tho flat, tho door of Maltland's bed chamber stood nj.ir. To this sho tiptoed, standing upon tha threshold nnd listening with every fiber ot her being. No sounds as ot tho regular respiration ot a slocpcr warning her. sho nt length peered stealthily within; simultaneously sho pressed tho button of an electric hand-lamIts circumscribed blaze wavered over pillows nnd counterpart spottesi ps-ai- Farmer-- anil Merchant: CliBtoR Bast Street, Iltckman, Kentockj. -- ..ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE tare BASIS That we offer to deDosIton. ef lecondary Important, Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage 11. Other Inducement BUCHANAN, Preatdent O. J. A. DIRECTORS 3. J, H. Duehanan, T. A. Ledford. . TMOHPiON, . Ciibu""" Dondurnt, O. B, Threlksta jw R. M. I.ler, il H.Hi1J g, than ever. Tho tall man In gray paused Indefinitely before tho brownstono stoop of the houso numbered 205, then swung up tho steps and Into tho vestlbulo. Hero ho halted, bending over to scrutinize tho names on tho letter boxes. man reluctantly Tho short, thick-se- t detached himself from his polished p'llar and waddled ungracefully across tho street. Tho policeman on tho corner seemed suddenly Interested In Seventh avenue, nnd walked In that direction. Tho gray man, having vainly all the names on ono side of tho vestibule, straightened up and turned his nttcntlon to tho opposlto wall, either unconscious ot or indifferent to tho shuffle of feet on tho stoop behind him. man removed The short, thick-se- t one hand from n pocket nnd tapped tho gray man gently on tho shoulder. he "Lookln for McCabc. Anlsty Inquired, genially.. Tho gray roan turned slowly, exhib. iting n countenance blank with "Beg pardon?" ho drawled; and then, with n dawning gleam ot recognition In bis eyes: "Why, good evening, Hlckey! What brings you up this way?" r She Had Watched the House from the Window of a Opposite. room In the Doardlng-Houie Top-Flee- r Hall Bed- niton-Ishment- PICTURES BY The short, thick set man permitted his jaw to droop nnd his eyes to pro-uu, no truuo tor somo scconus. mid In a tono ot great disgust, "hell I" He pulled himself together with nn effort. "Excuse me. Mr. Maltland," ho stammered, "I wnsn't lookln for yeh." "To tho contrary, I gather from your gicetlng you weio expecting our friend, Mr. Anlsty?" And tho gray man smiled. Hlckey smiled In sympathy, but with less evident relish of the situation's and undisturbed. Then for tho first tlmo she breathed freely, convinced that she had been right In surmising that Maltland would not return that night. Slnco early evening sho had watched tho house from the window ot a hall bodronm In the boarding houso opposite. Shortly before sovon she had seen Maltland, stiff and uncompromising In rigorous evening dress, leave in n cab. Since then only onco had ft light appeared In hU rooms; at about halt nttcr nlno the Jnnltor had appeared In tho study, turning up tho gas nnd going to tho telephone. Whatever tho nature of the communication received, the girl had taken It to indicate that Maltland had decided to spend the night elsewhere; for the atudy light had burned for some ten minutes, during which tho janitor could occasionally be seen moving mysteriously about, and something later, boarlng a suitcase, he had loft tho house nnd shuffled rapidly eastward to Madison avenue. So sho felt convinced that she had all the small hours before her, secure from Interruption. And this time, she told herself, sho purposed making assurance doubly suro. Hut first to guard against discovery from the street. Turning back throiiRh tho hall, shn , dispensed with tho entering the darkened study. Here all windows had been closed and the outer shades drawn O'Hagsn's last act bofore leaving with tho sult-casadditional proof that Maltland was not expected back that night For tho temperature was high, tho air In the top-flohand-lamp- J THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WaTto" TRANSFER MONEY it tY Tw LONG DISTANGE TELEPHONE run mtu Amy ti ibou makaoh CUMIERULND TELEPHONE k TELEGRAPH Ca s . WR STOCK IS QIMMETE AND .., -- Absolutely THE BEST- - nillionaire Canned Goods. Heinz5 Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn'5 Coffees and Teas. QsJl on r Ulsphooe as whea In b4 of OUOCEfUES. rrtESH UTI or rCEDSTUFre. Telephone 6. 3 DeUveriej. Ledford & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS BSTADUSBED 14JJ. ZOUIfJOjrPHjfacEX COPYStSHTtSOT THl ftORfV4- 8YNOP3IS. "Mad" Dsn Maltland. on rachlnc his Neir Vork bachelor club, met an nttrac-- 1 v younz woman at the door. Janitor O'Uaftan assured him no one hail been wltlln that ilar. Dan discovered ft worn-nn'- c flnser prints In dust on Ids desk, aloiitc with u letter from his attorney. M.Jtlahd dined with Itannerman. his Dan net out for Greenfields, to During his walk Ket his family Jewels. to he country scat, he met the youni; cnan In jiray. whom h had seen leaving his bachelors club. Her aUto had trocendown. He flxtd It. Ily a ruse she "lout" him. Maltland, on reaclilnjt home, stirprljcrt lady in Bray, cracking the safe containinghis Krms, She. apparently, crook. Daniel took him for a. nlsty Maltland opened his safe, took therefrom the Jewels, and ifae them ti her. first formfnc a partnership In crime. Tha real Dan Anlsty, souKht by pollca of the world, appeared nn the same mission. Maltland overcame him. He met the girl outside the house jind they sped on to New York In her auHe had the Jewels and she promised to. lo mi-ehim that day, Maltland received n Mr Bnalth," Introducing himself as a detective. To shield the Blrl In gray, Maltland. ahout to show him the Jewels, supposedly lost, was felled by a blow from "Hnaltli's" cane. The latter proved to bo Anlsty himself and he secured the cems. Anlsty. who was Maltland's douThe ble, masqueraded as the latter. rlmlnat kept Maltland's encasement with the Ctrl In gray. He Rave her the rems, 'ter falllnir In love at first sight. They were to meet and divide the loot Malt-lin- d revived and regretted missing his engagement n t ' generosity In grateful memory; nnd shut his lips tightly in promise of virtuous reticence. "You won't regret it Now tell mo what you mean by saying that you snw me go out at one this afternoon?" Again, the flood gates were lifted; from the deluge of explanations and protestations Maltland extracted the general drift ot narrative. And In the vni held up his hand for silence. "I think I understand, now. You say lie had changed to my gray suit?" O'l lagan darted Into the bedroom, whence he emerged with confirmation of his statement. " "lis gono, sor, an " "All right. But." with a rueful smile. "I'll talte the liberty of countermanding Mr. Snail Ii'b order. It ho should pall ugaln, O'ilagan, I very much want to see him." "faith, and 'tis mcsllf will have a worrud or two to whisper In the ear nv him. sor." announced O'ilagan, grimly. CHAPTER VIII. Continued. "Very good, sor." The Janltor-vale- t liad previous experiences with Malt-land'- s they altogether, juries, Taken mnounled to little. The swelling of Lis wrists and ankles was subsiding gradually) thre wtts sllnlit redness vlalblqja the jcorqors of his. mouth, aud a shadow of discoloration on his xlcht tenipla sonielhlus that could bo thp opportunity will bo Yoti may fix tno a hot bath nor, O 'Hasan, and put out my evening clothes, I'll dlno at the club tonight and may not bo baclr." And, rising, Maltland approached a mirror; bofore which ho lingered for several iniiit.es; cataloguing, his InJacking Tra Bfrol',1 humor. "That's right," he admitted. "Goa concealed by brushing his hair In a tip from tho c'mtn'ner's office this evening that Anlsty would bo hero nt new way. for a party "I think I shall do," concluded Malt- seven o'clock lookln land; "there's nothing to exclto partic- named McCabc. I guess It's a bum tip, ular comment The bulk of the sore- all right; but ot course I got to look into it." ness Is inside." "Most assuredly." Tho gray man bent and Inspected the names again. Seven p. m. "Time," said the short and thick set "I am hunting up an old friend." he man casualty, addressing' no one In explained, carelessly; "a man named Simmons knew him in college down particular. lie shut the lid of his watch with a on . his luck wroto me yesterday. snap and returned the timepiece to Thcro ho Is: Fourth floor, cast. I'll his waistcoat pocket. Simultaneously see you when I come down, I ho;e, Mr. ' he surveyed both sides ot the short Hlckey." Tho automatic lock clicked and the block between Seventh and St. Nicholas avenues with one comprehensive door swung open; the gray man passing through and up tho stairs. Hlckey, glance. ( Presumably he saw nothing ot Inter- ostentatiously Ignoring the existence est to him. It was not a particularly ot tho policeman, returned to his post Interesting block, for that matter, of observation. At eight o'clock ho was still there, though somewhat typical ot the neighwas lined looking bored. borhood. The north side At 8:30 he was still there, wearing flat buildings, their with dlngy-rcbrick, facades regularly a puzzled expression. At nlno ho called tho adoring hall-bobroken by equally dingy brownstono gave htm a quarter with minute sloops, as to tho ground floor, by open windows as to those above. The south Instructions, and saw him disappear side was mostly taken up by a tow- Into tho hallway of No. UOS. Three ering whlto apartment hotel with an minutes later tho boy was back, ostentatious entrance; against ono of breathless but enthusiastic. "Missis Simmons," ho explained bewhose polished stono pillars the short tween gasps, "says she ain't never man was lounging. and thick-se- t The sidewalks, north and south, heard of nobody named Maltland. swarmed with children of assorted Somebody rang her bell a while ago ages, playing with the ferocious en- on' apologized for disturbing her said ergy characteristic of the young ot ho wanted tho folks on the top floor. cries and I guess yor mnn went ncrost tho roofs; Harlem; their premature Fourth-of-Julflroworks them houses is all connected, and yuh created an appalling dlu, to which, c'n walk clear from the cornor here up tub Nineteenth street, however, tho moro mature denizens tuh half-wahad apparently become callous, through on Sain' Nicholas avenoo." "lUihuh," laconically returned tho long endurance. lights ot a detective. "Thanks." And turning on lleyond the drug storo window on Seventh avenue, his heel, walked westward. The policeman crossed the street the electric arcs were casting a sickly radiance upon the dusty leaves ot tho to detain him for a inomont's chat, "I guess It's nil off. Jim," Hlckey drive. The avenue ltsuif was crowded with motor cars, and told him. "Somo ono must 'vo tipped horse-drawpleasure vehicles, mostly that crook oft. Anyway, I ain't goln' bound uptown, their occupants seeking to wait no longer." "I wouldn't neither." agreed tho unitho cooler airs and wider spaces to be "Say, who's ycr found I Jyonil tho Harlem rlvor and formed member. along tho Speedway. A few blocks to friend yeh was talkln' tub, 'while tho west Cathedral heights bulked llko ago?" "Oh, a frlon' of mine, Yeh didn't have a great wall, wrapped In purple shadows, Its Jagged, contour stark against no call to git oxcltcd then, Jim. C'nlght." an evening sky of suavo old rose. body, howTho short and thick-se- t And Hlckey proceeded westward, a ever, seemed to hare no particular ap- listless and preoccupied man by the preciation of tho. beauties of nature aB vacant oyo of him. Hut when Tie exhibited by West Ono Hundred and emerged into thq glar'o ot Klglitu ave-nuEighteenth street on a, summer's evenhis faco was unusually red. Which ing. Jf anything, he cou'd apparently may have been duo to tlio heat. And hare desired a cooling breeze; for, just before boarding a downtown surafter a inomont's doubtful considera- face car, "Oh," be enunciated with gustion, bo unbuttoned his waistcoat and to, "hell I" heaved a sigh of relict'. , Then, carefully shifting the butt of Ono a. m. a dead cigar from ono corner of his Not, until the rich and mellow chime mouth to tho othor, where it was al- had merged into the stillness did the most hidden by tho jutting thatch of Intruder daro again draw breath. Com Ills black mustache, and drawing down ing as It had tbe vory moment that over his eyes' the brim ot a rusty plug tho door had clpeed noiselessly behind hat, he tht 'ist tut hands Into tho poclc-qt- i her the double stroko had soundod to ot his shabby trousers and, lounged her llko n knell; or. perhaps more llko m'alust tb.6 polished iilllac cvea more tho prelude to tho wild alarum of a -l KIUU CCV. flve-stor- y d closed room stifling. Crossing to tho windows, the girl drew down tho dark green Inner shades and closed tho folding wooden shutters over them. And was conscious of a deeponod senso of security. Next going to the telephone, she removed tho receiver from tho hook nnd let It hang at tho full length ot the cord. In tho dead silence the small voice of Central was clearly articulate: "What number? Hello, what nunibor?" followed by the grumbllnn of tho armature as the operator tried fruitlessly to ring tbe disconnected boll. Tho girl smiled faintly, aware that there would now be no Interruption from nn Inopportune call. Thcro remained ns a final precaution only a grand tour ot the flat; which she made expeditiously, passing swiftly nnd noiselessly (ono contemplating midnight raids docs not nttlra one'k self In silks and starched thtnss) from room to room, nil comfortably empty. Satisfied nt last, sho found herself again In the study, and now boldly, mind at rest, lighted tho brass student lamp with tho green shade, which sho discovered on tbe desk. Standing, hands resting lightly on hips, breath coming quickly, cheeks Hushed and eyes alight with somo Intimate and Inscrutable emotion, aha surveyed tho room. Out of the dusk that lay beyond the plash ot Illumination beneath tho lamp, tho furniture began to take on familiar shapes; the TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Sneceisor to Rtntrs, diotusi) aa flarble and CURDINO, Granite lU rionuments kinds, HICKflAN, STONE WORK ef IKON FENCINO. I i KEVTLCKT Davidson & Stubbs Meet Your -- AT- Friends h Lauderdale's Parlors Holsai DENTISTS. nicVtnan, store. Union Cilj, Tenn. Tonsorial Best In niekrrso. J ooU hjdrsullc hlr for comfort. ai etirjudil Hickmia, Kj. Cliuton Street, Next ioor to Jodm' Ci!. divans, tho heavy loathcrcushloncd easy chairs, the tall clock with Its pallid staring face, tho smnll tables and tabourettos. handily disposed for the reception of books and magazines and pipes nnd glasses, the towering, mahogany uscloss, book case, tbe Kj.Oxt OFFICES: CowglU's druf building. In C D. A. LAND blood-curdlin- somrvrly shadowed and all combining, to d Iff ii so an Impression of qulot, easy ornamental, beautiful escritoire, la ono corner; all Cash Book Store Splendid Selection . . . Chip-peudul- o FOR tt SALE pro- y party-colore- tree-line- n going comfort. Just such a study as he would naturally have, Sho nodded silent approbation ot It as it whole. And, nodding, sat down at tho desk, planting elbows on Its ixillshed surfnee, Interlacing hor flngoni and cradling her chin upon their backs, turned suddenly pensive. Tho mood held hor but briefly. She had no tlmo to wnste, and much to accomplish. .. Sitting back, . her lingers Longht and pressed th clasp of hor hand-haand produced two nrtlcles a golden cigarette cssu und n slightly soiled canvas bag. The Maltland Jewels woro returning by a Unvlous way, to the their owner. (TO II K CONTINUED.) g New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, Call sod see our stock. v Both city and ftrra , rcfisonnble perty for IT you have real estate gale, lotusgetyouabajer. ADlnF.S9: pni Notions, Etc Ererythlng Hickman Courier RealtjGi MarvBBrendes&Gompany Hickman. Kentucky. Let Us Be Your Waiter Peep exacting typographic appetite $ervt have partaken of our excellent back for a second lerving. Our prieei Wi most reasonable, too, and you can v orders tne r penu on UI irivintr vour 7 ,t office and look over our'J' and cartful attention. Call at thii o Immense Electric Machine. Tho largest static electric machine ever built Is owned by a New York physician, and Is six feet high over all, seven feet long and four feet wide, wolglilng 650 ounds. It has 10 glass discs each 40 inches In diameter, of which !0 revolve, whllo tho others remain stationary. It Is driven by an electric motor of horse power, being first excited by a small auxiliary hand machine, and at full speed may yield a spark 30 Inches long and of an Inch la diameter. To fully oxclto the huso machine requires from flvo to Va minutes, tho charge, howovor, belnir re talucd for as much as 13 to IS bouts. ono-fourtthree-fourths We never tire of helplne others for good job printing. We can when the tickle the mc IllUe cbssyer tkin the other fellow. Wedding InvlUtlotu, we bills, statements, dodgers, cards, etc., all recl0 tie Just little better than teems neccuarr. rrompt rf1ivrjr UUIVH slJ THE, DANGER SIGNAL WHERE THEY LEARN ECONOMY Matron Knew What She Was About When She Went to Engage Maid. Afraid of Ghosts Chat on Topic of Many Kinds, by & ssssSk sssssssssssssssssss t pine the nnlmnls will bo nd, with chcoso and bnrle-duc- , P ...I.nl.. t- - anal. apple sherbet, small cakes, coffee. what the cftKcs con-"- ' ts-ci tt A Good Queuing Contest. ii n lut of nnlmala which P., l,y Indlrldual The answers to each question art words ending In 'nge." ... i ita rf n cimln). "Hat" hnlr What Is tho ag of a ship? Voyngo. L" M iirr llrtters M O N nnd A What Is tho ago of a pocket book! Uinruois in picco pi Coinage. kryi I What la tho tuoftt musical ngot la doll's nlllow. in flosT l tr.a.l pleco of butter), 'Tea- - Dandnge. una loy rooster;, What nge Is necexsnry fur a soldier) rk (a tr'.: I I"-doll). Courage. ..... i'nv undressed What Is a railroad's ago? Mileage, JlJ.- - ,f.c Ict'cr K nd ft picture of What tho earliest nge to express n. .m hi ies crossed with wire) Package. What nge Is always uhcad? Cab and the cursts wrote I... tfcer supposed tho animal bage What's Uncle Snm'n ageT Postage, kit In Ce booklet, opposno a corroWhat age does tho ostrich attain! itidlni nuraber Animai canay ooxos vl fnr nrlit-- i Then linto A Plumage. hn ran come tho near-What axe do single people nevet on In reach? Marriage. Ut plnnlnr a s mt i whlnkor What ago does a lady prefer? .Man trcriT r.tce tne compliant io do age. What'n tbo best nge for a horse. Srrte in Ice atilmnl" cookie asd In this fashion: n.rtV. The centerpiece wni snlmnl party mnr be n low mound slinped form of white .cr..... U3 .iii,r n!t nr vnuns. roaen known ns "bride." and there was n delicate fringe nround them of mnld enhnir rorns nnd mlKnonetto. Over '.r..f swum: to 1'rtnk Mio mo-aj- r this from tho chnndeller , II,. ..prr pom. cluster .. of white wedding bells; tho; ",v iiiir ' were tied with fluffy tullo streamers. '" . .,nir n Kill) of TiK Tho place cards wero little standing cards of a bride and bridegroom cut out, nnd It did not tnko long to (lis cover Hint tho faces wero photographs t j. ,u ss from the conver ;;, li I - of the young woman, him what milwho was soon to it, f"; -- osnl lo represent. Tlitm discovered lucky bo the honored guest, ... ..111, ii,i. ana tho v...v mnn.wholt wandlsror 1,3 bookie ornnmcmru .... nn.l nrnrll. On A ercd.wastolend her to tho nltar. This ...... JfjJJJF menu was served: Chilled canleloup, Into tho ftrk nnd tho cream of spinach eoup, fillets of frcsii 7t3 br nth fried In ollvo oil, with sauco tar Admit tho guests inrc; creamed sweetbreads, green sow'on Urth rm"" m's peas In ttmbnls, finger rolls, fruit snl l .re- pi 13 ,1 tsltt ir Freddy, I'm a elck manl" "Wol's dcr matter?" "Why, I'm gcttln' that restless an wakeful, dat I can't sleep, only at night!" CHILD 'Tcs, ATE CUTICURA -- OINTMENT. Spread Whole Dox of It on Cracker Not the Least Injury Resulted. Cutlcura Thus Proven Pure and Sweet. A New York Tho manngcr of the employment Agency was used to hearing women In search ot molds nsk applicants all sorts of nuccr questions, says tho Now York Tribune, but this matron made him mildly curious. Of 14 girls In turn alio had Inquired: "Havo you worked In a minister's family?" Nono of them had. "Too bad," said tho matron to tho manager. "Nono of these girls will do." "May I nsk," said tho manager, "why you aro anxious to know If these girls havo worked In ministers' families?" "Why, the fact Is, wo'ro very hard up Just now," said tho matron, candidly; "I want a girl who knows how to economize, nnd thoso who havo worked In clergymen's families, 1'vo discovered, bavo learned that lesson." Ours and Theirs. "A play on names unconsciously per petrated by my youngest son was very funny," said a Flatbush man the other day. "Wo llvo next door to a family named Fcltcnour, nnd tho other night whilo my family was busy reading In the library wo heard a racket on tho back porch. My son went out to Investigate, and on his roturn my wife, always Inquisitive, DBked what Many dcodIo are afraid of ihotti. Few neoole are afraid of germs. Yet the (hott la fancy nnd the eerm is fact. II the germ could be me(nificd to a alze equal lo its (errors it would appear more dragon. Germs terrible than any can't be avoided. They are la the air we breathe, the water we drink. The derm can only prosper when the condition f( the tyitem (Ives It free scope to ettabliih it self and develop. When there ii a deficiency of vital force, languor, rettlettnen, a aallow cheek. a hollow eye, when the appetite It poor and the sleep ii broken, it It time to guard against the germ. You can fortify the body against all germ by the use of Dr. Pierce's Gold en Medical Discovery. It increases the vital power, cleanse the system ot clogging Impurities, enriches the blood, puts the atom ch and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition, so that the germ finds no weak or tainted apot in which to breed. "Golden Medical Discovery" containa no alcohol, whisky or drugs. All its ingredients printed on ita outtido wrapper. It it not secret nostrum but a medicine or known COMrosinoM and with o record of 10 jtan of cures. Accept no there is nothing "Juat a good." Ask your neighbor. substitute habit-formin- g --,r tn friend of Cutlcura Nervous Women I J33 I - L, -- cr- -.. nlr.R ... t' !d " , lia . wj-s- -i l Larler ugr nolmaU. Fan-Ti- Jipjnei At nltalr thli delectable Lsr;:ion ai nerved. I sire (be K ; ai tt camo to me feollnu nurb ;.l b? rerr welcome, na mnny (:r Just itich a dUh corao to the a Japanese "My thrco year old son nnd heir, after being put to bed on a trip across tho Atlantic, Investigated tbo stateroom and located a box ot graham cr&ckors and a box of Cutlcura Ointment. When a search was mado for tho box. It was found empty and tho had caused tho noise. kid admitted that ho bad eaten tho "'Nothln' but a couplo of cats Jim contents ot tho cntlro box spread on told her, and then I heard her ask: tho crackers. It cured him ot a bad 'Did you see whoso they wero?' cold and I don't know what else." "'Yes; ono wns ours nnd the other No more conclusive cvldenco could was Feltenour's.'" ovcry Ingredient of Cubo offered that Weakened by Alcohol. tlcura Ointment Is absolutely pure, Dr Bertlllon, the eminent French visweet and harmless. If It may bo safoly eaten by a young chlldnonobut tal statistician, has shown thnt tubertho most beneficial results can bo ex culosis Is twlco as prevalent among pected to attend its application to oven the retail liquor dealers of France as tho tenderest skin or youngest Infant. among other shopkeepers, lie atTutur Iru k ChttD. Corp.. Rut Tropin Button. tributes It to tho fact thnt tho alcohol which they handlo and use all day And He Suffered. long weakens their bodies and Little Willie, suffering from nn at. renders them moro susceptllble tothus the or toothache, paid bis first disease germ. ' tack to the dentist,had nccompanlcd by visit his mother. Father, on his return Ttough on Kats.unbeatableextermlnator from tho office that evening, was nat- Rough on Hen Lice, Nest Powder, 25c. urally much Interested. Rough on Bedbugs.Powderor Llq'd,25c. Carriage. "Didn't It hurt?" asked father. Rough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 24c. Is said to be a mean age? What "Sure, It hurt," replied Vllllo. Damage. "Weren't you scared when tho dent-1s- t Rough on Roacbes,Pow'd,15c,Llq'd,25c. What age should a king have? put you In that big chair nnd Rough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25c. Homage. things?" Rough on Skeetors,agreeabIotouse,25c. started nil thoso What ago Is always before us! "Oh, not so much." E. S. Wells, Chemist, Jersey City, N. J. Dotage. "That was a brave boy. But, surely, MI.IUU, ilii-xln-ili- z writes: 'For nervous, tired women, we recommend "Car- dui. Cnrdui is a "woman's medicine. It acts specifically on the female organs and lias a tonic, building effect on the whole system. It contains no harmful ingredients, being a pure vegetable extract. If you suffer from some fonn of female trouble, get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial. CARDUI It WiU Help You I I IX "I think Cardui AO I Mrs. W. W. Gardner, of Padncah, Ivy., tried Cardui antl writes: is just crand. I have been usii.p it for eleven years. . M wmv " sw O (1 PFOTl T WriTTI nil j HITim I. nJlVH IHH1I1 I IWulO UiU UUU ttUl MO itnna n fl.nni TrtrtI IIL'A 1 !l T 3I ...JT. M kAA.!M nitis nAnfmianiua and sleeplessness, but now tho pains are all gone and I sleep good. I highly recommend Cardui for young and old." Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES MAIMMK lirtcrnf To talc fan tan. cook half cupful of pint of milk un- br.l i llttrrtoft Stir In n henpliiR table- - kt.i. Han rl o! au(ar and ono icd retr.oe at onco from the flrc. H:i i a half cupful of aaaorted li:J:-fm.t.i, cherrlet, nprlcota nnd I'm apple and turn Into a ahallow. kd.bt'.cred pan to cool. When firm t In'; about an Inch and a black. nil ld; ar.d three Inches Ions; dip Yellow Is nioro to be seen (ban for f and brcnJcrumbs and brown years. t'.t.j on both alJci In butter. Kail tones are' generally soft, dull ITila, dust with powdered augar nnd nnd faded. krte Small buttons, aro raoro used than lnrco ones. Announcing an Engagement. Pockets In motoring "coats and ul Tte boi'.esa had naked clsht Rlrla sters are huge. ) luschrun and no one expected Close fitting styles will contlnu the teci'.lcg ntfts that was announced through tho winter. well-beate- Ipoc-- if-'p- Rut I Just kept repeating over and over tho golden text wo had In Sunday school last Sunday." "Tho golden text? What was It?" "Why, 'Suffer llttlo children to come Oreen belts sro stylish. unto me,'" replied Willie, glibly. "I Orays aro to bo fashionable. Never has laco been so universally kept saying that over and over to my. celf, and tho first thing I knew tt didn't used. Old red Is a prime favorite with hurt any more." - you suffered?" "Of courso I suffered. Summer Conquests "Are these all photographs ot fellows you have been engaged to?" "No. They're tho follows who didn't propose." "What In the world do you want of them?" "Why; I am saving them to make a rogues' gallery." SICK HEADACHE CARTER'S fPlTTLE Positively cured by these Little Pills. They alto rellere Die treat from Dtpeptla, In dlgtttlon and Too Hearty Eating1. TO BE GIVEN AWAY Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, M iBffrurr via turtlr dtstrer th team of until ftM rompiclrlr 4mna th who: artttni bra Htmiii It ttroxa U mwoiii turuns. Much imclra ftbonM r.rrr tw unl cirrpl on pmrrip. iwu rrom rrpuubl phrilruni. you lite dunf d pnaiblr ul do M fokl la tbo mod Mr from om. HiU's Caurrh Curt, mtnufarluml br P. J Chtary A Co- -, ToWlo, O.. cuoutiu no Rwr rurr. ud I Ulra InlfniHlr. anlnr dirrttlr upon tb bkMMl and maroua lurfAcr ol lb jlt"n. In burta Hurt Ckurrh Cure t aur twi rrt tb to lolcdo, II Is lakrn Jraulm. V 1. Chntj InlfraAtljr and mrt A Co. TntimonUU Tie. ftmd twtu. Iiruicuu. UkU 1 1 maillr 1'UU tor couttMUan. TtU For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. Tha but remedy for Orlpp and Cold la Hicks' Capudlne. fUlleres the aching and ffverUhneiJ. Cure the cold Headaches alio. It s Uquld Effects immediately 10, 2B and lOo at Drug Btorc. Though we should examine the whole world we shall not find ono man so happy as to have nothing left to wish for. Oliver Goldsmith. Srowttneaa, Bnd Tatte lathe Mouth, Coated Tongue, Tain In the Bide, TOIIPID LIVER. The regulate the Dowels. Turely Vegetable. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. R pi us. IVER edr (or Slulneaa, A perfect rem Nau-M- a, FREE - IN EAST UPLAND, TEXAS an addition to the thrlTlng- town of Upland, located neur the center of the Count? of Upton and Intended for the County Seat. I own CARTERS Genuine Fac-Simi- le Must VlTTLE Bear Signature 64,000 Acres of land In Upton Connty, and It It a matter of Importance to me that this County ahall orcanlted at once. In order to ti tu Ur IVER PILLS. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. Advertise, Populate and Organize It rr In, It's almost ns difficult for you to get a man to take your advice as It Is for you to tako bis. I'EHHY In htibern lifted upon minr famlUtforarrneratloca. It U rrllrd lor coldi. nrnimUha, ftclauca. inln, burnt, ufbrnlM. c, lie, WW a bottle. Il UPTON COUNTY, TEXAS I am colng- - to Ifl PENNIES Paris Models Repartee the Bright Family. "Tho newspapers aro making a great stir about men's disinclination to marry," remarked Mrs. Ilrlght. "Tho Bible says thcro aro no marriages In heaven." commented Mr. H. "And what has that to do with us?" Bright laughed. "Perhaps they aro figuring on having a llttlo heaven on earth." In U MEM.Tlf Boo the tortmiM mad with iflTcnuun. iir inn mum kahuh i r air. mer) utwl S.Sllt.lS In U Un merman (fanner) 3.8AU in av layi 'A GIVE AWAY In the next thirty daya Many n man's honesty has saved him from becoming a politician. (Vnillnttlon rauiM and lerloutlr scgTarates MAKE $327034781 Btnr wlat man TB. 1,000 LOTS IN EAST UPLAND Sign and aend me the attached coupon manr d m i . It It Iborouablr enrru br lir. Tlnr iurarcuatd annulet. sssBa ho rurce't Some men never do anvthlnc on tlmo except quit work. V-- u TODAY Mr. Henry M. lUUf. Midland, COUPON Text.. The Thirst for Gore. Unsophisticated Onlooker- I think this Is a first rate placo. Seo what a fine vlow wo bavo ot this car coming. Seasoned Spectator Vino view fiddlesticks! Nothing ever happens on tlieso straight stretches not even a broken leg. Como on down to tho' turn and wait for the fun. Puck. - MayTCcrmey overcome- - IPS P fantIan-Th- aa.Noo. Hoard flVwtrtri lls U.OOO. XhU wonderful oppor. tnnltrhretolorsenjored by only n umltrd n amber now open lo aU HimU Hnndreda too, alrvadr net tine rich. Yon run whrnot. tperlenc don't uatlcrJLilen'a xin ApparaiiuKiToaeTenrnoms Mbalhrvom for 5. ahlnkotltt JCnersltea water, cleuue almoet nntomitlcAllr, n o plumblnx. louJ-- l nnnning do mors popular? Ita imalstlhlrv IImsa mw flu leopiwaoU 65, result 3o, Sell Bout of 10 hoau.a'1 write MaroneT LttT UH t Fleaee write me how to CDC17 Ct a lot In Eatt UplauJ T KJLVC. Name. Addresa Z Reasons Enough. Father You seem to look nt things in a very different light ulnco your marriage. Mrs. I SAlMmtn. rajtrttUM.. ouh n .cretlllptan. all orvparotlmA. n4. won't appear asaln. Territory fait. lUab 1 rent dot- -i poul-f- ar trc ook.Droota, and reinarLahlo oiler. THE AUEH urn. CO., 1505 Wen Bid;, Toledo. 0. "ll-l- 'I A gt. A T.. r.f IU .niwiH ynwr A ia Work While You Sleep Millions of people have CAS CARETS do Health work for them. If you have never tried this great health maker Get a 10c box and you will never use any other bowel medicine. m CASCARRTS toe a box for a week's treatment, alldrujei.li. Bipgcst teller In the world. Milllou boxcaa month. Tommy's Pop Well, my son, you Hatter a girl by calling her a vision, but don't call her a sight. Daughter Well, tj Sctawol,yuc ctwNUs CTViQ$ra tegukc ought to after receiving 14 lamps VaVsAavjsota asssaYKCo taqIuic and ulno caldclabra for wedding presents. may be roAuaWy fivsycriscai Vx uktvwo ower nccdciLas Vhebcst oj A Distinction, Tommy What Is tho dlffcrenco be rxwtJcs cvttcyvTcJ. aTCoasss tween vision and Bight? Newly-MnrrlcTlt-Ult- f Keacters of this paper de ran vauttt,aint o siypavCTauta AqpCUu. wVv tued in !li columns having what they aik lot, nlinioj all ubflitutet 01 imilttion. anvthing should iniia upon '?. ,br JuUCVlOWS.vttcTOV)6 Err. rKimt how to cet mora eres. my ucceiaful method makes hens lay twlco as many ettK tuinincr and winter. If you wont lot u( ecits write to Xlra. K. Alley, New JluJrtd, Mo. When a man begins to tell t wom an about his past lovo affairs he Is planning tu add another to tho list. maty wwvtovct To cvirsvTAw, Jtli VoveJittcX cficcli.aWysy tttt ctvuiiu, CALIFORNIA F10 Lumber. ASH. HICKORY, OAK. RED CUM. POPLAR. PERSIM-MODOGWOOD and BLACK WALNUT Curre.pondence bollcll.Hl. C. SCHAEFER Ilujf rot lLinlKood Ixaitnd "J.i'o,?.:..? for $1 Western paper will do the prlDtlrjS7.lr you. print In Newapaper or on Portrait, Dulldlnc, Btoeic or any Landscape, auuleet you mT telect. Thlt will make from an; Good Photo A HALFTONE KiSGRAVl.NO Blze ten aouare Inchea or lett, to We un Newtptper Union, Llttlt Rock, Ark. e(siiioNi.Y-Rtauu- 401D BY ALU ITAOING DRUCCIST5 ui Syrup prnte Co. dottlc so' pm I I flOftflPCV HKW DIKrOVEItYl clTM S qulrkrllef andcurt.Horttraftf. MMnMr 10 dan' treatment KllKU. ndoiUmcnUI. Iluuk11- - U. UUBKM-r- l tnd bONli. tlua U. ATU4TA. Ut, J W. N. U., MEMPHIS, NO. 09. So matter how long your neck may nr how toro vour throat. Hamlin WiiarJ Oil will cure It aurcly and quickly. It drives out all toreuct and iulUmuution. You can't tell by tho slzo of tho gravestono how big tbo man was who lies In tho grave. f Ctloe mors ooeli brlohter and laittr olort than am othtr die. One lOe Dtc.toe colors all fliers. They die In cold aster better than ani other die. You can dia la Die, Bleach and Mm Colors. So sarraenf aithout ripolof apart. Wnts lor Iros booklet-H- oe) MONROE DRUB CO.. Qulnay, llllnolm. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES .Oa.it tlio world Tho man who Is not trying to make better Is casting his vote to muko It worse. Mre. Wlntlow'a Kootlilna: Hyruti. T "tM l9wc" l,art ,s "'ousted with plaits rormlng a uud sloovo ruillea nro of Ince. Wiuti'ni . '""'KKuwn at the right Is of cmpo do chins trimmed with a l fic V Tbo at tho left Is of old bluo cloth. The back nnd UI'l"-'- r l,ar' f tbo costume ulmulnto a sort of Jacket orna- . i aiong tho edgo with buttons of tho material. These buttons a ii ruameut tho long front which fastens on one side. rovers and tho cuffs arc all faced with ot hlcl1 If, , ""-"I"I" madu. The latter Is knotted lu the ' ik X K1SQ costumo tuturlhlnnMrlout. 1I1U UUft ltuuUHrtndprriiuuuiiyurti.ttaiiarui.iut. 1)()T KU1 1.KCT THAT llH'dll I Itcvruiiilr rck jour tTttrni end uiar run Into IUIuim wincbvrk. Allrn'tl.una ( 7,7 7 i. ill iud uiau&vt .a tiu uuo that iIoob tho most growllns, (iimiaUB,allajti,cuitwlft4etiil. asctbotu. Many a true word has been spoken regardless of grammar iik S"OHH MCOICAtCO.tOtaJtUuasuUrUlbu, . hur sully, Th lrk t baDdlthl cored, tv&4 all la sbuitebt,nuinstiirr how simmm). sxruf f rxua bstia tb dls v imm tr uUr mvusu Ligulli uuTuirLU cvkk. ui tUm tougum.vt In frd. let on tb suvl slj ftnni oC blood sin iqitiis oiauwmvrr. lint ramu mtme bnown tor iuam in ioal Um 4vn II On bottlti iruarsuitMa t cursj on bottloi kU t.n4 I io doftvn ofJrugirUur.d lirnwtstiMin. or -- ni tiproM by ruang torturer, i'ut hoa bow tu oulUc Ibnwtdk Our frw COLT DISTEMPER ytrr othn f tld Qoshsri, lnd.t U.S. At B)t ends. rm i cravat 11,0 i tuth t ... i in,' The ' n"J ,ct 'broldery. .,,art ft'il In princess or culruss style, and to this tho loner .; ... ..... . . . m . .i uuriua aua llltie yuueu sieuves are oi uioussvuuo as ii eoauaooiines. uaiy, griuiy, gray halm. Uaa "LA - CRKOLK" HAIR RESTORIH.a PRIOK. Sl.OO. retail. the lliroat!" Is that you? But it hangs on! Can't get rid of ill Home remedies don't take hold. You need something stronger a regular medicine, a fetor's medicine. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral contains healing, quieting, and soothing proper-tic- s of the highest order. Ask your doctor about this. No alcohol in this cough medicine. J.TAutr CcLotvell.Mass. Tickling in the Throat what troubles tickling "Just a little in : ouritr's jj-pom- e Qrrt j CHEAP MAIL-ORDE- R EVILS THAT GROW t"Sl...... MagUu.,,. for Msg , , A H AN OCTOPUB TO Itovcngo Is tho only dobt which It la wrong to pay. to bo handsome but It If n good deal hnndsomcr to benlco. la nlco It COW FEED! MOONSHINE A mixture of CONTINUES IN SIZE. Leit NOMlffo IS RUINING COUNTRY TOWNS DEMOCRATIC Constipation positively prevents good health. Then why allow It to continue? An active liver bagreatprcventivc of disease. Aycr's I'llls are liver pills. What docs yourdoctorsay? ystems That Sap th Vitality of Agrl. cultural Districts and Concert' Irate Wealth In the Larger Cities. To accomplish anything of a puhllo naturo there must be organization. Kvery village should have an association devoted to the policy of homo protection and Tillage bottcrmonr n association for the molding of a public sentiment that will carry Into practice the theory that "Hualness, like charity, begins at homo." It la a reiognltod fact that the business of tho country villages and the large towns, for that matter. Is being destroyed. Year by yenr tho once prosiorous morchnnts are being forced to th wall driven out by the mall order business. And this ts taking plnce In face of the fact that tho population and purchasing power of the country districts Is ever on the re-ta- Mnn, llko flro, Is npt to torment women by gain out nt night. ' For Sheriff. "SANSPAR1EL" FLOUR "CREAM OF THE WHEAT' Sold by most grocer. 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 I Also corn chops, wheat bran ,etc. A stop taken for mother Is n pearl dropped Into your futuro diadem. Hackle, circuit Uurt Clerk, When wo nro doad tho veil of charity Is thrown over our faults, nnd on ly our virtues aro remembered. Woul to God that tho world would bo to merciful while wo yot llvo. Strict attcnUon to business, selfcul-turo- , and an oyo to tho future, aro th key notes to success In Ufo, nnd It bo hooves every young man If ho wnnU to Bet on to benr this In mind. "Thero Is n kind of fondness that ruins children as surely ns there Is a fondness that blesses thorn. There Is sometimes moro real sweetness In a gentle repressive rebuke than In the warmest praise, ofeutlmcs moro low In tho rod than la a reward. Wo help our children most when wo help th. m to tnko nn honest vlow of themselves. and this wo can never do by flatter Ing their too easily flattered self- - Shucks, Small Grains of Corn, Silks, Etc., at 16c per wagon load, if hauled immediately, nt gin. For Jailer, r school Superintendent. County Alienor; County Judge. County C. H. BESHERS, (Successor to Beshcrs & Jackson) MOSE BARKETT, Agent J, of F. & S, L, Ootids Go, COAL! GOAL! Now is the time to lay in your winter' 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. becauso they nppeared to us prema ture, nnd wo worj led to cry, "tlmo Best Clear Heart Cypress Shingles enough yet." "Sow In thonorn thy Where did you get that new suit? Why, that's my last winter's suit $3.50 a thousand. Yates & Kirk sees nnu it 111 bo ready for too Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. Schmidt, the Tailor, cleaned It up. bright sunshlno soon to come, nnd In Uie harvest ereat will bo thy reward Why Do The Children Love You As wo look at somo families whero tho children seem to just worship their parents, nnd ngaln wo sco oth ere whero tho children seem to think moro of everybody clso than Ihoy do of their parents, nnd wo pause nnd exclaim why Is It? I'nronts do you wish for your children to lovo and re spect youT If you do, when your child comes to you for ndvlco bo suro to glvo good ndvlco; don't say, "Oh, go way, don't bothor me, go ak your mother," or somo such answer. Or It thoy como to their mother perhaps alio says "Go to your father, I am busy." Tho child will soon got afraid to ask advice for fear of being rebuked, and It will be npt to seek advice somo whero else. If you take nn In- torcst In your dhlldrcn then tboy will take an Interest in you. Wo havo seo little children while running at play, or porhaps on nn orrand for their pa routs, get n fall and bump n head or skin a flngor, nnd when thoy woii'd go their parents for a kind word t comfort they would say: "Well, next tlmo look whore you are going and don't bo so awkward; go long now nnd hush." That child will vertnlnly find out sooner or later that Uh parents havo no lovo or sympathy for It, and It will grow up without an kind feeling toward that parent. Hut on tho other bnnd let tho child come to tho parents for ndvlco, and If kind words aro spoken tho child will never forget It, aud will always look with respect on that parent. It tho little child gets a bump or a fall, or a cut or a skinned finger, mother will say: "Come to your tuothor aud tot hor pot you," nnd sbo will kiss tho bump, ed head and wrap up tho hurt finger, with a few: kind words, Thon tho child knows you lovo it, nnd it will lovo you nnd always respect you, and when years havo passed and go no an thoy havo grown to manhood aud womanhood they will look back to their childhood days as tho happiest days of tholr lives. A word of comfort kindly spoken, Will many a moment cheor; A word of scorn to a heart that's broken. Will tauso grief for many a year. Ono of tho greatest mistakes mad by young men nt tho present day Is not looking to tho futuro. So long as tho present Is pretty comfortnblo they let tho futuro tnko caro of Itself. Ho that observcth tho wind wlmll not sow, nnd ho that rcgardcth the clouds shall not reap." Though chil ly winds prevail nnd dark coluds hang over tho way and unpropltlous seems tho weather, yot our duty, our work la before us, and wo hesltato to perform It until tho time that wo deem moro auspicious, our labor then limy go for naught, nnd In rain wo may strlvo for tho harvest, but tho yet. "Sow In tho morn thy seed" and blight tho grain not yet matured and our reaping will bo regrets for lost opportunities that wo did not grasp, our boys, nnd make merry oer their attempts to copy after our own actions, but when wo reflect thai. with tho manners of childhood, they have lost Its tnnoconco, our laughter will at onco yield to bitter tears. The precocious dissipation nnd vice of our youth Is a frequent thoino of the preacher and moralist, and Is one worthy of nil their efforts. There Is something moro required, however, than tho sermon and the lecture; this something more Is tho Influonco of home, and wo must contrive somo means to keep tho children there thnt ihiv may fool Its full force Is It that tho strict formality of oi..' domestic manners Is not sufficiently accomodaUng to youthful Is It that our youth Is mere ly educated to tho outward forms of a regard for home ns lads In school, who are only taught to conjucnto "I lovo" nnd novcr find UT Whatever may bo tho caiuo, there Is no doubt of the fact that our young people are In t ho habit of seeking elsewhere ihnn tindor their parental roof for monnt of gratifying their tasto for pleasure. It woud startle mothers (fathers aro too hardened by the world to bo so sensitive) It they could go Into some of tho dally haunts of our metropolitan youth, and see with what practiced case Uielr chil dren, llko a brood of young serpents ato gliding Into tho pathways of vlco. Otio causo of this Is tho change that hs taken place around tho domestic hearth. The master of the house rarely din os at home, and tho boys, as they grow up. And it pleasant to get their dinner somowhoro clso. For homo has no enjoyment, nnd thoy P'iss as Ilttlo Umo there as possible Xako every homo whero there are boys, cheerful, comfortnblo and enjoy able, llcmember tho good example taught us by tho best of books, let us kill tho "fatted calf" for the prodl gala. Then they will not frequent billiard and drinking saloons, but will love nnd enjoy tho friendship of tho f'ruldo. though It be to lovo thoso who hato you. It Is harder still to hato thoso who lovo you. J lard NO Increase. The tnatl order houses are drawing tho cash retail trade from Its natural channels to tho cities, Tho growth of this octopus nan been phenomenal. From a Jolly Ilka Idea ulthout form an cjporlment 15 years ago. It has grown to proportions that threaten the extermination of tho retail country merchant. An Idea of the way the money of the peoplo Is being drawn Into this mall order trado can bo had from the reports of some of Uiese houses. A certain mall order house whloh began with a few thousand dollars 15 years ago now does a monthly business of J5.0eo.O0O, with a yearly net profit of more than 11.000,000. This Is the record of but one Institution. There are dozens of them In various cities of the United States. They are springing up like mushrooms every night All that Is necessary to start a mall order business Is a place to receive mall and money enoHgh to got out the first batch of printing and for the flrst advertising campaign. I.lkn tho patent medicine business, the mall order business depends on the gullibility of the general public Thousands of people everpr week send cash to some mall their order house In payment for goods that could have ben bought cheaper at their home store. Why do they do It? It Is owing to ihe desire of the average person to be humbugged and partially to tho effect of persistent advertising. The mall order bouse sends out Its attractive literature to every family In the country tn this literature, comcatalogues posed of r and cheap magazines known as papers, the goods are sat out In the most attractive manner. It ts tempting bait, and the fish bite. All of theso millions of dollars come out of the legitimate trade nt tho coun try merchant, tho man who has Invested bis capital, built himself a home, and been active In building up the town with the expectation that he would be allowed to do a legitimate He Is bunlness tn a legitimate way entitled to the trade of his town and tho country adjacent. Ho paya bis taxes and contributes to the support That community of tho community owes him a reciprocal duty the duty to give him the preference of trade, everything else being equal, hard-earnepar-tlall- y mall-orde- Attorney; MS w i Cleric County Court S I ill iMnrnrKinrii-For Sheriff. HAS I', ; j Judge. For County jAWEi it ea raaj For Jailer. V? r BLAKElfjU rr uo rou i tii-ii- tarry rim J T31. i ... llUSt II .I . II t. . . panics yuu to starlb with ag w.j n . .v . a. I fUll I JJJl lull t4i;Ci U'e you may be I nl. - a. t I V I L II I r.nAi i i i i ii., fAiirin J 1 Cottage Hotel... Hi: kuan, Kt Rooitjs and Boari IJ'ff.' i... iU. ,4... v wV -- v -c uy wit ufc v . Lulh Ilr"rt1 IUJIUU1C IWWi REASON FOR IT. When Hickman We know of no other medicine which has been so successful in relieving the suffering of women, or secured so many genuine testimonials, as nas Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. In almost every community you will find women who have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Almost every woman you meet has either been benefited by it, or knows some one who has. In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., are files containing over one million one hundred thousand letters from women seeking health, in which many openly state over their own signatures that they have regained their health by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved many women from surgical operations. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is made ex clusively from roots and herbs, and is perfectly harmless. The reason why it is so successful is because it contains ingredients which act directly upon the female organism, restoring it to healthy and normal activity. Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials such as the following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy. Minneapolis, Minn.: "I wnsa great sufferer from female troubles which caused a weakness and broken down condition of tho system. I rcud so much of what Lydlu 13, IMnklinin's Vegetable Compound had done for other suffering women, I felt uro it would help me, and I must say it did help nio wonderfully. Within three months I was u perfectly well woman. "I want this letter made nubile to show tho benefits to be derived from Lydia K. IMnkhum's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. JohuU.Moldau, 2115 Second HUNorth, Minneapolis, Minn. Women who are suffering from those distressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts or doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to restore their health. Citizens Show the Certain W-- y rtut. There can bo no just reason why any reader of this will continue to suffer tho tortures of an aching back, tho annoyanco of urinary disorders, tho dangers of diabetes of any Mdnoy Ills when relief Is so near at hand and the most positive ' root glvon thnt they can be cured, flcud what a Hickman cltlezn suys: J. II. Woathorly, Third and Ivy Sts. Hickman, Ky., says: "For somo tlmo I was afflicted with a most annoying attack of kidney complaint. Tho klduoy secroUous were far too frequent In passing and I had to get up somo nights as often as seven tlmos. In tho morning on arising I felt tired and little llko doing tho day's work. I tried any number of remedies and doctored but to no avail. Finally Doan's Kidney I'llls enmo to my uotlco and gutting a supply ut Holm & Ellison's drug store, 1 began using thorn. Throo boxes re stored my kidneys to a normal con O dltlon and improved my general health." Wise Italian Regulations. Italian "U'iidii may not engage In For sala by all dealers. Price CO uny Indut-innpmsult which occucents. Co., lluffalo, New pies thujr tlmo at night. Males under 15 years of age uro also burred from York, solo agents for tho United night work. States. Remember the namo Doan's aud Have you a friuud la soma othor tako no other. town who Is not taking tho Courier! O Glvo us tholr name so that wo can Sco our Hue of Fall and Winter sond thorn a sample copy, Homo Influences. or hotter samples the largest lino wo have still, you call and send It to your Wo may laugh at tho manly ways frieud for a wall. uri uau. buuuuui, U1U lunor. l FoBtcr-MUburu Principles of Economy Involvtd. The agitation for elimination of the Jobber Is based more upon prejudice The and passion than upon 'facts. American people are always looking for a shorter route to 'a desired ond. They rare little who It eliminates Just so It decreases their cost of living, They care little If every link In the chain Is broken and the manufacturer Is allowed to supply the wants of the trade direct. No ono else could object to this plan of procedure If It possessed any economic points to recommend It. Time and well ordered have proven, however, that the best, tho most convenient, the cheapest and most serviceable method of supplying the wanta of the consumer Is from maker to Jobber, from Jobber to retailer, and from retnller to consumer. Tho opportunity for devilment upon tho part of thoso who find much of personal gain In showing the consumer tho large number of middlemen he Is keeping nnd that If they be cut out be, tho consumer, will enjoy this profit. Is great Thus began the from factorytofamlly, argument, and It sounds good upon the face of things, but. ns stated above, has no real saving nt all, since tho oxponse Incurred In getting small shipments from tbo factory to tho consumer Is greater than tho very small per cent, oracled by both Jobber and rotaller for their part performed In tho transaction upon tho old method. Reasonable Ratei! Slogans a other. hits lontftrtUwy other. Jsmorebeauhfultlu any other. has Us vuSrahM than any ot"r- .s easier to opff than any other. male.amorepefrt itltchthwanyctkr. tab FREE Lined in one. fREE StWNO M4JJ CHICAGO g roll SALK UY . r " . THII ,w; 9 n roil print Vh.ii THE HieKMftN COURIER. Pulh the Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team, Grease A BLUE MARK MERE mmm tft4 ymir expired. erlptlon Konew promptly II jroii wnnt the paper to com to rou after thU month ht il Hb Team that If A the Rxles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and ESTABLISHED Let's Hitch Up L un ! ....epirEI IN m mo. 18 WESTERN KEITUUKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, II II OCTOBER 14, 1000. 111. I WHOLE xo.a-t- IK THE TEAR I! I 2HSU 'tn Mutt Method! to uring f t ioerrM ... J, I I I j II I ,,,.0ile In B. 'l"'t'M sfrasl-- ....... Env pi:jJ kh"' and of firmi v do buMnt-rlanco of publicity, ; find It tusentlal to of advantages they mpirckcr and thoto ! .f i ") lixatlona. g aga tho city of St cd the railing of a fund f t the purpoio of ad e newspapers and maga .... r a let and othorwlie, tbe ... - unco of St. Louis. Ien- rl a fund of $100,000 red In conernl adverlaying of lecturcra to 1 al Delightful News- For The Man Who Wants a New Suit - ALL MBTSilMrJ O Saturday a pcachorlne. Twelve days 'til wo aeo Taft. O MIsa Itoso Campbell returned Monday from St. Louis, where she attended the Veiled Prophets and Centen- nial. !h i" - 4 t I I views allowing pie- Colorado. n of Kanaai City re- call rip a campaign togreat world to the ' a1 town and tho trlb- In Kantaa City algn I freely to tell of tho ' at Knntaa City posies ' aro not pouoascd by ', he vlaltor to the town con j lv the Information m theie altn boarda. :: c'a'ementa as "Do you s ara cheaper ta Kan They art." j Moaton? r la cheaper In Kan Minneapolis." Otlier by comparlaon that and dollara of valua- in Kanaaa City than In c 'leu. anil nttentlon '' number of mllea of n thn city . employed la the use In the r .rcrtUementa he leading cltliem. jenta are carefully ng varloua mapi, r. .antage the country her cities In differ- 1 i H'li of tbe country ".sMea of i "Delightful" is a strange word in a clothes advertisement. But there is no other word we know Ithat will so fully express the pleasure this announcement will bring to to-.'iise James Dunch and Miss Dcsslo Gills were happily married In this city at Esq Sacra's court this week on Wednesday. Union City Commercial. O ' me man wxiu wciiiLS iu cu uic &s clothes value for his money this Fall. We announce to the Young Men of thi3 town that the famous tailoring service offered by The Royal Tailors of Chicago and New York can now be had at this store. Harold DcDow camo up from Lebanon, Tenn., Friday, whero ho Is attending school, to bo present at tho marriage of his sister, Miss Ivey De- Bow. O Tho fragrance upon tho casket spirit to hcavon, clay about to bo '- of flowers strewn may rise with tho but to tho llfolean returned to Mother Earth their beauty can not atone for neglect suffered during living hours. FASHION NOTE. Ladles' hats are still worn largo and prices high. will be found peeping at tho pulpit and stage and wearing plain clothes and a chastened countenanco, and looking lean about the Docket Hus-ban- -- That tailoring service will put on your back the finest custom-mad- e, hand-tailore- i d suit book. O that the best tailors in the world can make. and will do it at an actual money saving over the prices you usually pay for factory-mad- e clothes I seen The Royal Tailors' clothes advertised in all the magazines. Where-eve- r You have good clothes are worn, those famous ors are known and patronized. Now you can get their skill and genius into your wardrobe. Now you can know what tail- ) - rrv Err I this plan of adrcr-.- ir.rut puccestfulty fol-- '' tnterpiialng men of ",e imaller towns where opportunities for K advertising to tho poo- g-- ''at .fa Negro roustabouts on the MIss'tssin- pi river steamboats who are- offered $75 per month and board refuse to work unless pay Is Increased to $100 per month and board. The boats are all running with short crows In con sequence. O tif .3 t Aa r r of homo Institutions n"ar r rarntvi on. inere V.. I I t r. t T rt urre is a moans 01 In Ihm iflvnnlt irwai rm a. cir Nalfeh has purchased the house, in which ho has resided for some time, from S. L. Dodds, and Is now engaged In making a number of Improvements. The purchase prico was about 2,300, and tho improvements will cost him about $750. Judge J. W. Cowglll has been selected as a member of tho Board of Education, taking the placo of S. L. Dodds who was duly elected but refused to serve. Mr. Dodds was elected by his friends In spite of his announcement that ho did not want tho place. O Sudo rj - i"- tiJ it la Miwikra uiiuu iuai vwaors lur runniA it means to have stitched into your own clothes the style and refinement that a city tailor can supply. Backed bij Tbe Royal Tailor Guarantee P. Arc Amenable to Firce s rrr muallx vJ M. CARli. to . rw And you will save money as well as gain clothes satisfaction. Reason, wnenablo . tk . i. uv i' i "i .bit laVlllC I rH"f i nv I tin nnr nnv nnimni MWHIO I. MltlLltBUllt. i a uut We have now on display 500 beautiful clothes Samples the latest innovations in Fall and Winter pattern; now ready for your inspection. Many of these patterns are exclusively for The Royal Tailors and will give you a range of choice you cannot get- in any local tailor shop in town. Every garment is sold under this absolute guarantee: "If this garment does not satisfy you in every respect, you need not accept it or pay one penny for it." - The advertising committee of the Taft Day exercises had a big order of booster envelopes printed this week. The Job is done in two colors, and contains a picture of Pres. Taft and names tho chief features of tho day. These may be had free of chargo by applying to Dr. L. P. Baltrer of F. T. Handle. Deal's Band, of Paducah, has boen engageu to furnish music for Hickman's big day, Oct. 26th. This is ono of the best bands In tho state, and tbe bandmaster promises to give us anything from "How Firm a Foundation" to "Tho Irish Wash Woman," at tho comlttee's pleasure. They will cost for tho day $160, O , - iii'iv-a- lth the c 'rirkr cu ana wiin m . utriu al mrlt. nt fh rttU U11LO But that isn't all. Every Royal garment is All Pure Wool "hand-me-down- guaranteed to be Wool, and that alone. aiiMroH Tnnt UCl VI -- hi... WIC ... j J.i.k lit (U.l WAT. t!:U Die arUcla la not au. roanr . -i conalderahlr UCIIiCI " clothes, mercerized cotton clothes, uncertain, unguaranteed clothes, Can you afford to accept this, can be had with your Fall suit ? You wrong yourself, if you do not at least, pay us a when a guarantee, such as all before closing your Fall purchase. Royal Prices will be as satisfactory to you as Royal Clothes. -- um uio 1. Oil f.pt-t- - Ul ft.'.a lien lha I... .... n- ...... . . . "til11 !. and tho peddled article a i!!3i4 them that ho, the dealer. ' m!b; ' e one who la aarlng them Boay cot only In the tint cost, but nd "tATlB en Ellison a now baby. Ho met his hostess at tho door, and after tho usual salutu tlon ho aBked after tho babys health Tho lady who was quite deaf and sut ferlng with the grlpp thought ho whs asking after her cold, and answered although shu usually had ono over) wintor this was tho worst one she asters, such as earthquakes such as over had; It kept her awake at night tho eurtli haa never known, tidal a good deal nnd at first confined her wuvea that will sweep much of the. to bed. Then noticing tho nowspap continent, a gradual failure of the per man was getting nervous bIk crop-- i from tho Increasing cold, u' said alio could tell by his looks that sinking down of the entlro Mississippi ho was going to havo one Just like alley until It is agulu a part of tho hers, and asked him to go in and sit Oulf of Mexico, all these aro part of down. his dlro prophecy, 0 According to a BclonlUt, tho world la going to change Ita shnpo In a, fow weeks or months, flattening pre-- ; ceptlbly at tho poles, and rendering tho cllniato so cold lu tho northern purts that tho present torrid zono will alono have to support tho peo ple now on earth. Other dlro dis B r o s., wife and Jno. und wlfo returned Krlday from St. Louis, whero thoy attended the big Centennial celebration. They had tho pleasure of seeing Dr. Cook and hearing his North Polo lecture that Is hearing a part of what ho said. Ills lecturo was a disappointment. Dr. Cook has a weak volco and could not bo heard by many who were on the stage with him. He read his lecturo, which was made up from tho twelve .Exclusive Agents 1uUUe aA There b t50 much Of a ritanmltlnn ths ; cf most dealera to Uke lor j-- .,j that the,r CU8toraerg M ml8ht anl ""ould bo ik., ' Z,Vi "8 know 0,1 about tne'r Wk, 3 I It Is again stated upon what seems reliable authority that Charles M. Smith and son, Charles, and the others who were sent up for peonage, from Slkeston, aro soon to havo a pardon from President Taft. Numer ous petitions, it Is said, have caused tho case to be roopenod, and tho tui thorltles Boom to think the ends of justice havo been met by tho parties. O C !? ' ine.r I wder cs- - tirl ' r .;P Way tbat thelf Juds- ripcrlence dictate, or In n u, .,7 ' 80 ,her wm ,or anr P"""e cut- toatr rJ . id,. an ''' ,h" nnd pr)cog( M com ' ",so ,hat may b p V11" or the mall instead, thpy ghoul(1 ni(lVo - p., to throw a flood of ,: Oueitlona at ererr op-h oiber woril oy should pt -- kertaftV Installments. Ho was tho object of O boisterous whereover bo went. ouiigauou8 mat Chas. Powell, a Slkestou barber r TcWi h "y aon,Goor6o: fc,Ki charged with rape, has skipped out, U mlnon E HO 'Uckma- - , At St. Louts, fifteen thousand on and his bondsmen will havo to put Mr. Halnoy, Sr., of Humboldt, Tenn A good joko on an editor who thuslustlc and curious persons Sun- up. Howards will bo offered for tho -- O to report a day, tried to board four tiny torpedo arrest of Powell by the state and pent Suuday with his sou, Kent, in wont ouo. ovenlng " 10 v su for l at party at a homo recently blessed with boats at tha samo time. Tho bouts comity. this city, schmldfa. hero-worshi- This i, ........ "Ul"' O .. tno public that thall UOt hn rnnn..ol... wouldn't hold them and part of the overflow, numbering 1S3, wero pushed to bo drawn into tho Mississippi, ashore by police, Bailors and others. Many wero trampled umlor foot wheti i wo squads of police reserves charged i ho crowds to drive them back from ho boats. Scores of women falmod. Those wero carried into tho wharf-boa- t at tho lauding. Tho police, as it last resort, began to thump heads with tholr canes and tho executive officers of tho fleet ordered tho boats rlosed to the public. J. II. Jones and JAT TO HICKMAN. The suggestion has been made that if Cairo cannot fill out a boat for the Presidential parade to Now Orleans, that she can at least charter a boat for the trip with tho president as far as Hickman. President Taft speaks at Hickman the Bauio day that' be speaks at Cairo. to articles that ran through tho Herald's A bout decorated and playcarded show Cairo's interest In tho watersyndlcato of -- ally papers In ways movement could bo loaded down le. with Calroltcs for tho trip. Tho boat could Join tho procession to Hickman wituosa tho demonstration thoro and then return after It Is over. Such a trip would not cost much, would not' take any amount of time and would show Cairo's interest lu tho movement. Cairo Citlzeu. DeBOW-HEL- WEDDING. Surpassing in loveliness any llko transpired In this event Uiat has place for n number of years past, was tho niarrlngo of Air. W .L. Uulm and Miss Ivcjr DuIJow, solemnized In tho Methodist Episcopal church, on Tuesday ovenlng, Oct. 1th. Itev. E. K. Dransford, undo of tho bride, officiating. This warring o wns u beautiful culmination to a long nnd faithful courtship, and many aro tho friends who wish them bon voyago on the matrimonial sea of llfo which bids fair to bo calm und peaceful because of their thorough congeniality and unwavering fidelity. Tho brido Is tho eldest daughter of Air. and Airs. A. Al. Dcliow, ono of Hickman's prominent business luen Air. Helm, oldest sou of tho lato Itobert Helm. IJoth families among tho first In standing und for years Identified with tho growth aud progress of tho town. The pretty church, of which Airs. Helm has been a member sluco early childhood, and for several years Us efficient organist, (Mr. Helm Oar . cMUUnery . 'Department of Interest... X IXl-l- ...Is Still the Store's Chief Point S PgSS-SS- 1 You cannot realize the extent of the showing without a visit to the department. It is so thoroughly and entirely superior to any other display in Hickman and the prices are so reasonable that you owe it to yourself to visit us before purchasing elsewhere. If you haven't this week. , seen our display you ought to . NOVELTIES. Just opened a lot of the newest things les, Hand Bags, Etc. A showing that you. in Belts, Buck- SWEArER COATS. Alt the rage now I White Sweaters, Colored Everyone who keeps abreast of the style Sweaters has a sweater. We are ihowlog a most attractive line of ooth wool and cotton Sweaters for men, ladies and children. 1 DRESS TRIMMINGS. The following list but indicates the that await your inspection. There are Bndi, ered and gold threaded ; Jet, in all style and Lei,' gold and silver beading. Medallions and t&wt Ja also possessing tho 'distinction of being ono of Its stowards) was elaborately and tastily decorated, many friends gladly contributing their services towards carrying Into effect tho artistic ideas of tho contracting parties, and tho verdict from many Hps was "beautiful indeed." The color scheme of white and green was charmingly brought out by tho soft electric lights. Columns, uudurches of entwined with tliu dainty Ivy and asparagus vines, weru arranged about tho altar rail and festoons of white tullo and ribbon "love knots," decorated the center arch under which the bridal pair stood, wnllo within the railing pedes-tal- s and tabourettes held handsome potted plants and cut flowers, making altogether a charming setting for tho pretty ceremony. A quurtct composed of Airs. 11. N. Cowgtlf, Aim. A. E. DeBow, Mrs. II. L. Ambers and Rev. 11. C. Johnson announced tho coming of the bridal party as they advanced up the right aisle rendering Lohengrin's beautiful bridal song and took their places near the organ, at which Miss Margurlto Fugua presided. Following the ushers, Messrs. K. T. Handle and A. E. Owen, caiua tho attendant, Mr. Harold DoBow and bridesmaid, Mlss'Virglnla Luten. Airs. r C. F. Baltzer, aud matron-of-hono- lrr hJ Belt Pins, Combs, Brooches, Hat Pins, Barrettes, will not fail to Prices S1.00 to $5.00. innumerable other designs and effects, at pticn reach of all. ,u a ' Our Stock of Colored Underwear and Hosiery is Ready Ladles fleeced and cotton ribbed vests, pants and union suits, priced 25c, 35c and 60c at Ladles flno lisle thread garments '..11.00 and union suits, at Ladles Wool Union Suits, medium weight, silk finished, at....l.G0 Chlldrcns Vests and Pants fleeced lined and cotton ribbed, Rood values Practical Coats for Every Purpose k2 Dress , Goods pte inc- English "Cover-alls- " "En-tout-cas" All tho moit popular luded In our Parisian holii Mercerized row in is pwn new lUfc, at 25c, 35c, 60c preceded tho little flowor girls, Misses Anna Lynn Dodds and Helen money from Chlldrcns Union Suits, extra valRice, who walked before tho brido, strewing rose leaves in her pathway ues, heavy fleeced, at ....35c to COc as she ascended tho aisle on the arm of her father where sho was met at tho Boys Union Suits, very heavy altar by the groom and his "best Wo allow nearly all praiuitl ut fleeced, an excellent value at.. GOc man," Mr. Jesso Helm. Tho bride, a ea and coloring not found m in' mi tall stately girl, looked regal Indeed in her exquisite bridal gown of wblto Clothing women fashionably and sensibly is one er Hickman store satin duchess, eu tiling we make a specialty. train, her long veil of tullo caught Mojres, plain and fan. Come in and see these styles in fancy mixtures. with valley lilies and carrying a show" and Hit 'Xf er boquet of the same dainty flow See hoy easily you can find exactly what you want. At er. Mrs. Baltzer and Miss Luten wer These coats have so many uses you can practically handsomely attired in white silk crepe You can ararcrlr Imiulne bo Ilungallma. In all d airab! tUi. For Ladles and Children wo nro brooming thla atyle li with the plalta do chien with pearl hand trimmings, You will remember the service they at per yard live . showing tho "Cadet" Hose, tho best extending over the aboulder nndltlie whilo Allss Bettie DeBow looked tho flttrd buck with mnnr crnm. ' give long after you forget what they cost. hoso on tho market, at 25c "charmer" sho was In a seafoum McMAllnet, plain and pin atrip shade of green silk mull with jewel -trimmings .all thrco carrying bouquets 1M to list Other qualities at. .10c, 20c up to 7G at of white roses, carnations and ferns The gentlemen woro tho conven rjomar Silks, In raliin cituM, Uonal black and wero at their best, lavender and all fancy abide, Mendelsohn's wedding march was played by Miss Fuqua, and Air. J. H, nt .Millet, as the bridal party left the church passing from tho left aisle in Lorralno Sllki, plain and itrlpoi, Wo aro showing a completo lino to tho main opening. A largo numbtc 5 bluo and green colon", at a yd of friends repaired to tho homo of to of Blankets from tho cotton You will find here a large nnd well selected stock of coats for children of all the brido, where a reception was held tho largo slzo all wool Blankets. ages, Bear skins in all colors for the little chaps, fancy mixtures and. solid colors for Illaclc Taffeta, eiolkut qiuMUrt. until the "going away" hour. Con gratulatlons and wellwlshes were of II CO, II 1' I" Prices ranging from ....GOc to $10.00 the older children. Prices range from to nt P fered with the refreshing drink, Reo and the brldes-cakin which was con cealed, a coin, ring and darning need' la, cut, and much sport had over the fato of tho "Bachelor Girls" (of which club Miss DeBow was, a mem ber) to whoso lot foil theso omens of destiny. Alagnlficlent and costly was tho display of wedding gifts, attest- Inn to the esteem in which theso young peoplo aro held. Air. and Aim. AGAIN. Helm left on tho 10:30 train for New to Memphis in 20 hours, and to bo Mrs, C. C. Smith gave a delight R. fl. HCN ON It is a part of tba company's NEW BOAT LINE. Orleans and other soutl . rn points . as elaborate and comfortable as any i to mako Hlckiunn ono of ful entertainment last Thursday oven Krom a Muinpuw pi They will be "at home" to their ocean-goinvessel. tho most Important cKIch on their Ing In honor of Miss Ivoy Wellow following. Messrs, Dennlo and Sweeney, two ., , lriendn a the resldenco of Air. J. E lino between St. Louis and Now Or Tho guests wero members of tho It Is generally unei jliqua, uncle of tho bride, aftor Oct. gentlemen representing tho Mlsslsslp leans; that is to say, putting In con "Ilachelor Olrls Club," of which club . nmnH Irrlm tbat the pi Valley Transportation Co., a now . 26tu. creto wharfs, derricks, etc., almost Miss ItoUow Is a member, and a few road Co.. are th- - rm- .Vipn guests wero Ales- - boat lino to bo established on tho The as good as will bo found at fit. Louis, outside of that club, Tho houso was ..... N rthrrn. w'1 .i...... dames Porter Wcaks, and Commodoro Mississippi rivor aud tributaries and "' for tho reason that thoy expect thous tastefully decorated In ropes of urday lo Jno 1' Brann, of Fulton, Airs. Williams, of capitalized at 110,000,000 ,aro hero ands of tons of freight to como nsparagu6 fern, cut flowers, and - Interviewing our citizens rolatlvo to Nowborn, Tenn., Alessrs. T. 1. Forthrough Hickman from tho largo In- growing plants, Tho guests first as Tho road Has ' tuno and Jesso Holm, of Memphis. their interest in this proposed mam terior territory, It being tho advanlng somblcd In tho parlor, where thoy of Jackson, and moth concern. Wo aro glad to say Rev, II. 0. Johnson, spent an hour lu pleasant, lively " eous point for distribution. Workingmon's Lots ! urn. Rev. B. K. Bransford, of Lexington, that our business men aro giving i.toIUCIw Then all became In mu runu Thoy also oxpect to rcduco tho pres conversation. theso gentlemen encouragement and ...1,1, Tenn. . tcrestcd In a guessing contest, follow i ..Inn mr ent freight rates from 25 to 30 per purchasing some of tho stock O cent. This will mean moro to Hick ed by a gamo in which there was proving the old lino from which is being sold mnlnly to pro G. B. Bond's Addition Itelug Invited luto tho to Tlptonvllie man than n dinky railroads much fun, subscription to the cure local interest In local towns. m Three months and should bo heartily encouraged pretty dining room, refreshments, propose lo build towboats and Wo have They Courter will cost you only 2Ec. Try to West Hickman by our people. This Is stating tho which consisted of u salad course, It three months, if you aro not al- barges that will draw only 30 Inchos -. proposition In briof, but tba agents und cako and shorbert, wero scrvod. tloiiH that Vl( i of water for tho Ohio and smaller ready taking it. The beat located and Cheap-e- at aro hero and will be glad to explain ileforo leaving the dining room, tho fldence In tho nto rstreams, Theso will bo constructed O. .ali I rUaU- any details that our ruadors may de- hostess presented each ono with o wc sco the ne . B cos propert you can buy, on models different from anything beuuttful souvenir. To tho married coming Into 0. F. Baltzer went to Baducah over seen in U. B, waters, and cop-lesire. More on this subject later. EASY TERMS. Lota Will make "Dachelor Olrls" sho gave a lovely douco will bo ret Tuesday night on business. somewhat from tho Gorman sys aold to WHITE PEOPLE ONLY. plate, to tho others, sho gave a shell- MUs Mlrana 'Wilson left Tuesday tern now used In their shallow streams s Mru, It. II. Goalder and baby have shaped cup and saucer. Wo all See me at the Oil Mill. i to o linos and will bo all steel. Their Ascnor ,he sun returned to Avonuo, Ark., aftor un went gayly homo with tho sound of Williams, of Newborn, will bo from tho great lakes to Eu. G. B. Bond. Mrs. Uelle extended visit hero with Mrs. J. W. marriage bells lu our ears ringing mis wciropo. Thoy will guarantee their pasPbsrwacr Tenn., is the guest of J. . fuqua A. Quest. amlnatlou In Illand and other relatives. in tho distance. sengers boats to run from St. Louis awl foully thte week. Miss BetUo DeBow, maid-of-hon- "JJTSUALLY a woman knows about what kind of coat she wants die particular style coloringthe uses she'll have for it. To fill the wants of everyone, we keep coats of all kinds. They are carefully chosen styles, a little money will do wonders, get so useful a model that at the end of the season, you will say "I certainly got the utmost for my strlpo doalcti. nt a yard .... eury ItfciaJSt Mercerized Ifcngaliti.s urj . pep. ular fabric at a yard In all the int i n,i4n, (k. i'anamas and lino In all popular 8rc-- s cooafefe biJ- - and hih. tu IH at per ynrd ... x (u that." The coat you have in mind, we have in stock Silks Hosiery i H-- Coats Ladies Suits $5.00 to $25.00 $13.50 to $30.00 Blankets Children s Cloaks 9-- 4 $1.50 $15.00 o SMITH & AMBERG g . n -j For Sale v.,-..-- --- ltUlw "a, half-doze- ..- d I.k. PAVEMENT PHILOSOPHY. docs you. lUndcime li as handsomo enough" alono and Ucklo . we ret " 'better It i .inglo Imitation to smile cauiei double ono. gen-crt- ll f Uu Hi, Knci.urgo kindness to practise It on yourself. Men even If you bo are prone to neer drift with the make a good landing. noccs-itrll- Ducks, Quails and Turkeys Sgflgggggggggggtfflt figgggggTHsggkAgg COMING Oct .16 EVENTS J s AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Lyric. "Panhandle Pete," at ttio Oct. 26 President Tatt will be In Hickman, and make an address from tho Steamer Mississippi aU o'clock p. m. Tho party will bo composed of ;I0 governors and other prominent men. Oct. 29 'Its All on the Quiet." the Lyri. doesn't nk to tho farm" the wood."' Kcan "back to -- h .nil tho world laughs " . mlcii you are lauguiug ;ca, crld i r . with i tho tho Lyric. Nov. 2 Gonoral and City Election. Nov. 10 "May S to wart & Co.. Hie Lyric. Nov. Meadow Brook Farm" Nov. 20 "Tho Sweetest Qlrl In Dixie," tho Lyric. Dec. 1 "Little Miss Muffet," the gHPjifltittftgfljBgggggggflgis&sW ill of your neighbor up, and even then lest you can back It don't do It. gBPHiffHBSSgSw zrsi ...i...liuiw- footateps anybody'a Don't follow --- are - dead auro tboy lead to 4 .iu bre you ought to go. Where Is It that one mar buy All the olden golden Kleams? Where are the pedlar folk that cry As they barter Stuff o' DrenmiT Spinner, can you wind, a thread Of the mornl nit's eray and red! Will your wheel hum round and whirr with thn mlity gossamer That drifts on the laughing breeze Sent us from the seven seaaT Weaver, can your heavy loom Weave a fabric of perfume. Mingle warp and woof with all Of the visions we recall. Fresh and fair and filmy fine In a magical design? Lyric. Jan. 29 "The Minister's Daughters tho Lyric. Feb. 15 "Tho Blind Organist." the Lyric. April 3 "Tho FightlnK Parson." the Lyric. Quality counts In Shingles. Don't be deceived get the best, by buy. Ing direct from the mill, Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. O u'h.n vmi are locking around for toodlooklng. honest face don't you frequently stop oeioro wo giassr m. mnn .Milk Is who Is evidently trying, for rca nf his own. to kill Uino ere ho ruches borne. stop to think Dlil ertr you there Is a lot of waate energy In soil "tacking'' nlonc th The season is now here and the TELEPHONE DIRECTORY. Hickman Independent Telephone Company. 5 -4 that hate, last probably tbosu whom you snlor oaring rou use me wasiai CLEOPATRA'S CODE. Cultlrate grace In everything. Always finish liy ererythlng artistic- - Always keep Imagination troL under con prao- - Hickman Hardware Co. is showing the most complete line Merchant, have you stuffs to sell Like the chiming of a bell, Woven opalescent mist. Tangled eold and amethyst. Coloring that swirls and sways-Daand dusks of Yesterdays? wns Empty-hande- 53 31 38 1& Ballow, W. C Ballow, R, B Ballow, A. L. (Dutch) Ballow, J. W Res. Res. nes. Res. Res. Shop Betters worth & Prather ....Store d tics Iut up It with sarcasm don't North and south and east and west we return. Grieving that we may not learn Where In all the world to buy Stuft 0' Dreams. And now we sigh. Empty-handed from the quest 29 Curlln, P. B Dr. 10 Cotton & Adams Know bow to get your own prtco . for Ho, the Stuff o Dreams we had Made the whole world sweet and glad, Coaxed brave pageants up the lane, Brought the fairies to the wood And made all things wondrous good. 132 Dodds Co., J. F. & S. L... Office 35 Dodds Co., J. F. & S. L Gin 34 Dodds, W. A. Office 3 3 Davis, A. W., Mgr. Res. 23 22 Shuttled sungllnta through the rain. Fulton County Court Farrls, A. A Office Res. Never let n.pur sus;ense. matters come to an opea for a time 8 Gray, It. L Knew how to keep people In Where Is all the Stuff o" Dreams? Much we had but yesterday. Only children now. It seems. Toss the fabric In their playl Know when to change conversation. the tone of a Lite for the present The future tikes care of Itself. Cultlrate friends. pleiilog background. Don't try to mold Ideal, but 10 X 12 Hickman Packing Co Office 10 Helm & Ellison Store Office 21 Hickman Courier 9 Hickman Drug Co Store 48 Hickman Ice & Coal Co.... Office 16 Hickman Wagon Co Office 11 Hickman Hardware Co Store Hubbard & Blackford, Drs.. Office 53 Hickman Bank li They lend In ci tie remold your Ideal according Is. anothnr rnitr GUNS, RIFLES, SHELLS, COATS t:rpromIsc with thorn. Revised for t Twentlath Century by the No York Herald, llemember that life la not a Beat of one's Ideals, but. an fulfill ntornal and leggins ever shown NAILS AND TACKS. The shorter a girl Is the better she eems to get along with her friends, K soft answer may turn away wrath ii leiuoai removes nard feelings The rolling stone may gather no Boss, but It makes a lot of good Im- "Chicken" Is the terra a man ap- man gin wuo d be spanked .uo mi usicr. In FAnnd 4 3 King, Norris Res. Our Own Ike Walton. The salt mackerel ls a sluggish fish 6 Lcdford &xRandle Storb and oasy to capture If one goes about It properly It has none of tho streuu 2 Mooro, Frank S ...Office ouBly aggressive defensive tactics of the black bass, but once fairly hooked, 24 Newton, Jas. C Res, It ls a Joy to the sportsman's eye to see It leap Into the air, Its silvery 26 Richmond & Bond Co Office sides gleaming as tho salt that shakes Rice, N. L lies. from them sparkles In the sunlight. 14 Rice, h. Storo The salmon ls one of the canniest of our Indoor fish. Casting for It in 4 3 Speight, R. H. Res. the top shelf of the grocery ls no ama 77 Smith & Amberg Storo teurlsh feat. True sportsmen will 23 Sudberry. W. T Storo have none of the tactics 5 2 Self, Tom Res. of going after It with a basket. The 1 Office Southern Express Co true way to get tho greatest enjoy ment of Ashing for the canned salmon 4 3 Res. Townsend, J. A Is to provide yourself with n sharp 4 4 Res. Townsend, Otis can opener and spear the fish with Res. Townsend, James bright red label on the can 41 that, the affording a fair mark. Res. L. R. Wheeler, A great many fishermen confess to O a liking for the tinned sardine, which is now in the open season. Different We handle the celobrated Sanspa-rlc- l fishermen have their differing baits, Flour, and guarantee evory sack but if you may approach the sardine of It. Bettersworth & Prather. softly and quietly until you are near 42 c. g 35 .i will be "''""'ion "friends nud rcla . tl. cThat's enough. every society column ... . The woman thafa got "nothing to iiiu one mat worries when "Jsuana quits smoking. uu in Fulton County OUR CUTLERY LINE IS COMPLETE !! ! ?'. " of a lnat wouldn't model clean THE GENTLE CYNIC. tu. Ka1 wnnt" 10 K 10 naren by When a girl of herself 0 over It. thinks she has a " apt t0 n,Bke n swan- Kooao It so:n(.tme8 seems 4SS.coraM hl,M to tho rest of ' ls no rcM why a man emulate tho tortoise. desl . w,th 1,0 rrtnLtt."owou,d ,lk0 SSf-bh,s S! to b b0".JU't 80m for rich hat h- c, 9gmu We Sell thefKind That STAYS SHARP by through service to dnd from the following cities: Chicago, III,, Cincinnati, Ohio, Omaha, Neb., N w Orleans, La., Council Bluffs, Iowa, Memphis, Tenn., Mm. The Middle Ages. . "Why do you say that The Cry of neapols, Minn., Hot 8prlngs, Ar ., the Hansheo' is a story that ls laid St, Paul, Minn., Louisville, Ky., Peoin the middle ages?" we ask of the ria, HI., Nasiivllle, Tenn., Evansvilo, critic whose revlow of the book has Ind., Atlanta, G., St. Louis, Mo., JacK- been brought to our notice. sonvllle, Fla. "Ilecause it Is." Through excursion sleeping car ser- "Nonsense. The time of the book is vlco between Chicago and botweun in the early '60s." Cincinnati, "Well, isn't f0 the middle ager enough to squeeze some lemon Juice on It, the prize ls yours. Another bait that will land 'them If no lemons are obtainable is to extend the hand con' talnlng a cracker spread with mustard. The sardine will leap at the cracker. The bright golden coat of the smoked herring renders it attractive to the angler who appreciates a colorful game. Holding the noso in one hand and n sponge of chloroform In the other, you may attack the smoked herring, great schools of whioh are being graduated at this time of the year. The lobster is fair game at all times of tho year. It is enticed by a pleasant smile and quickly landed by some remarks about a pretty dress or a bracelet. Tho lobster turns a deep red when it is stung. The Courier prints more local news each week than any other local paper In Western Kentucky. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R, R, EFFICIENTLY SERVES A VAST TERRITORY, for ST W."mn ,mjr,n ,0 ie,1 "tch his Blocking, and Zlle I, coavel , cMma ce ,ed Mr"' M,U, ag. ar hrol,,r ,,otI"ed 10 Pn-e- nt 0nC0 f0r For ? awnco. Twa-, ttall No. f0h UrM- - ,u Hickman, or If. D. IllHFi!;iiliiVllilulTJ INCORPORATED, 7" Un,on c"r Connections at above terminals A about hereditary early baldness as a for the woman about her grandEAST, SOUTH, WEST, NORTH, mother turning gray at 18. Fast and handsomely equipped Our Language. steam-heatetrains, dining cars, Just a thought; there may be nothing la buffot-llbrarcars, sleeping cars, free it. But the word doesn't seem to work reclining chair cars. a man may sit down for a minute, put he always alts up for all night Particular of agents of the Illinois P Contral and connecting lines. FOR SALE; The Mrs. Mlttlo Kin farm of 192 acres, 2 W tulles east of A. H. HANSAN. P. T. M Hickman. Well lmprovod and a de CHICAGO. sirable placo. For terms, write B. L. 8. O. HATCH, Q. P. A.. King, Union rity, Taa., Rout T. CHICAGO bald-heade- Just 80. And the Pacific Coast, man can talk as much gray-haire- d d y will in Kulton niimtj print tell ou that n newra thnii morn mix other MP" In tiili arctlnn nf Kentucky I lix-n- l FOLKS NOW L1VIN0 i HuUBrilSllly i ri j IS r j ilia a. !' team NO. THE HICKMAN.. COURIER. Uiai f r m ri nrnin ij 1 nn n juiia ujb uuiiiuiej 4ia f uuiuu 8 WE UAtr II...'" H itu .""inn ,,. ..L. !( in inn mo win ijiij nr ui nrrnco wui.ej inn uuui jcj nf rr uo naa m MiiRnr w hi r nnr Maw. r i - a urn. i rnicB wauuwu mm v i arw nr vi ni i u m mm uuin wuyutif m hi Ulu M(ift flIff t j (' VOLUME IU OLDEST PAPER 15 WESTERN IENT00KT IB HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, WOULD' STOP SPECULATION IN KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1000. WHEAT. Hickman Furniture Co -- 'irlNC0Kl0RATEI-'tr Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Hickman, Trlrphent No, to Kentucky FENCING FARM PROPERLY. First Cost May Be Large, but In Long Run It Mesne Considerable Saving. A great deal of unnecessary fencing is bolng put on ninny of our farms. If a more careful planning and mapping out of the fields was done there would be a great deal of expense cut off. The end posts nre the life of the fence and should bo put In good and deep, well tamped and braced. Care In tho selection of the posts, especially the corner and end posts. Is very essential. The end or braced posts should be large and perfectly sound. I possible the posts should bo seasoned, as a green pleco of wood, when It comes In contact with tho damp earth, forms a breeding place for bacteria and fungi. There are several preservative methods In use, any of which will aid If properly applied. Charring or plunging In burning coal tar Is very satisfactory. Substitutes, such as Iron and concrete, are being used by Ladles Coat Suit, Catawba Solid stripe Prunella, very serviceable and stlisb. Attractive suit of black Prunella, stylish, serviceable, comfortable. Misses coat of tan chariot, seml.fitlings Ruuun front, very stylish to prohibit dealing In represents the Sccc d fifth term In congress. versity In 1SS1. lie Is Congressman Claries F Scott, who recently Introduced a bill In eonrmi Hires of wheat, corn, and other agricultural products. Kansas district and lives at Iota. Ho la serving his Mr. Scott was graduated from tho Kansas state uni editor of the Iola Dally Jlcglster. f- - Mtcb &tS You Prefer You'll want to appear in a suit or coat of which you're proudsomething that you know is correct in style and perfect in fit, made in a quality that needs no apology. Let us show you just a few from our big line. The three garments illustrated above arc, as we have frequently just examples of what you'll find in our stocksome thnt cost said, Gate Brace. some, but their cost is so great that loose. their use as end posts only is to be If the bean poles are short and the advised. vines nre pinched off when they reach Rough and heavy braces are un- tho top the beans will mature earlier. sightly and should bo avoided In the , If the cabbage root maggot Is at front fences and where cleanliness work fit a piece of tarred papor closo and neat appearance are desired. about the base of the plants. It will All fence posts should be set per- help. fectly perpendicular and the braces The radishes are divided Into two fitted in closely and tightly. classes, by their season, summer or Pieces of timber put in the ground winter, and are of many shapes and between the posts prevent their lean- color. ing toward each other and also preIt is not possible to make the farm vent a hole being worn under the gate gardening too Intensive. The- - richer through which the shotes may go Into the ground the tenderer and better the corn field. the vegetables. Ehort braces or blocks set on this Spraying the cows will dlscourago piece of timber and leaning against the flies and keep up tho milk supply. the posts will keep tho wheels from Too much trouble? Well, trouble of running too near the posts. this kind usually pays big. A flat stone should form the foot The garden should be near the of tho underground brace. The earth house and surrounded with a good should be well tramped around the woven wire netting fence to keep out braces and the pests. fowls and other - garden pests. To prevent a gato from sagging use If the garden- must of necessity be a long hinge post and brace back to on a stiff, clayey soil, mix all the the first fence post as shown In the ashes and sand obtainable with It; cut The binges of this gate are they will mellow up wonderfully. home-madon the book and eye patIt you grow late maturing crops In tern, but the post hinges are long the peach orchard they will keep the enough to go through the post and wood graving too late to make them clinch so they can't pull out Tho eye safe for winter. Clean up the ground binges have nuts and washers so they this month. won't come loose. J. W, Griffin. Gathering Vegetables. Vegetables for market should bo HINT8 OF THE FARM. gathered In tho early morning, when No place on the farm is too good possible, so they will bo fresh and crisp. If gathered, in the afternoon for the garden. Good seed on poor soil li making or evening and reach market next day, they will be wilted and not as good poor use of a good thing. Have tomatoes, radishes and sum- quality as though gathered In the morning. mer squashes In abundance. O bo afraid of putting too much Don't MONEY TO LOAN. e manure on the garden ground. Butter unfit for table use can hard ly be regarded as fit for cooking. The radish Is one of the fnvorite vegetables, and It Is one of rather easy cultivation. The best place to start with the farm garden la on the most productive spot of ground on the farm. Dust the climbing roses with sul phur early in. tho morning, while the dew Is on, to prevenf mildew. A hard crust over the soli proventa the rain and heat from entering. Always keep the surface of the 'soil PUBLIC SALE. Tho undersigned administratrix for tho estate of John D. Mayes, deceased, will offer for sale to tho highest blddor, at the Mayes place, i miles cast of Hickman on Thursday, Oct 21, 1909 tho following property: 4 Work Mules. i 3 Brood Mares. 2 Horses. 3 Yearling Colts. 140 Head Good Sheep. 40 Head Hogs. 2 Cows and Calves. Farming implemonts of all kinds, Household and Kitchen Furniture Salo begins promptly at 2 o'clock in afternoon. Terms mado known on day of salo. MltS. DOHA MAYES, Admrx. ' i 7, 1 Thursday more, less, some more "elaborate, some plainer. We can give you some any desirable style, and the assurance of every dollar's worth for every dollaryou spend is in the label "The Palmer Garment." The sooner . you wish to have your prescriptions filled Qlck ly ana Accurately by Registered Pharmacists take them to Cowgill's Drug Store where you may get your Drug tpqnts at any ,hour DAY OH NIGHT I loan money at the rate of 6 por cent per annum on farm lands In Obion and Weakly counties, Tonn., and In Fulton county, Ky. About one half the cash value of a farm will bo Is Painless and Harmless as Water. loaned. Loans mado In sums of $!, 000 or more for five years with privi- Cannot Injure, Relieves Quickly, and Cures Sore Eyes in lege to borrower of paying same after one year In full or making any size PEOPLE, HORSES AND DOGS partial payment desired at Intervals of six months after the expiration of CcnU Trice one year, Interest being stopped on partial payments made. Call on or A VOLUNTAKY TUS1 IMONIAU Co.. Krnnett, Mo. .', R. Black Mudicin write. Gentlemen My little boy had i wne eate f ftorr eyea. I Kilt to th driutglu for tho Ut O. SPRADLIN. Union City, Tenn. nedlclne lie had fur aole rye. He nut me n Cye Water, of evening, of last woclc, Mrs. C. C. Smith entertained the Bachelor Girls Club, both remaining and formor members, tho married mombors of the I. T. Club, and a number of othor guests In honor of Miss Ivey Dollow. The ovonlng's entertainment was delightfully planned and one oi tho most enjoyable occasions of the season. Two contestH wero tho chief foatures. One was that of matching pictures and QuotaDEAFNESS CANNOT. BE CURED, tions; tho other was to avoid, during conversation, the uso of the pronoun by local applications, as they cannot "I," or mako a forfeiture of the reach tho diseased portion of the cnr. i white bows which hud been distributThoro Is only one way to cure deafamong the contestants. Pretty soued ness, and that is by constitutional venirs of dainty plates wero given tho remedies. Deafness Is caused by an married ladles and cups and saucers Inflamed condition of tho mucous linIn the shapo of sea shells were giv- ing of tho Tubo. .When en tho young ladles. Au appctlxliiK this tubo l Inflamed you have a menu, consisting of sttlnd course, rumbling sound or Imported hearing, cream and cako was sorved. and whon it Is entirely closed, Deafness Is tho result, an l unless tho Thirsty! IlEO Is whn' you need. can bo takon out and this tubo restored to iufhorninl condition, hearing, will bo destroyod forovor; nlno cases out of ten aro caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces. Wo will glvo Ono Hundred Dollars for any caso of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Curo. Bond for circu lars, frco. CONTAIN! DO TOIMM. you come, the sooner both of us will be pleased. Fuqua, Helm RURAL PHONE PATRONS. & Co. Mako the Farm More Attra: The management of the Hickman Independent Homo Telephone- - Co., wishes to announce that thoy aro now ready to mako connoctlon with alt country lines on either side of Hickman. Tho company furnishes all equipment In tho city and connects with your linos at tho limits for 115 per lino and charges 76c a mouth for their ozchango sorvlco. Beo A. W. Davis, Manager. Moving pictures every night at the LYRIC. O You can do this by ' telophone. You can mu mundlnir on vcur firm Just U tractive to your ictt sua ux as If you were living in tie bwrtt a big city. Our ex client Krrlrti nttrnrilvn "KnriLcri' line" rstfi not to bo cotnpar a dcrlvod. Call tho liisnaser TiW Cumberland Telephone 4 Company, Ineorpo"'9O- DOCTOR - BLACK'S firs. Hettlo EYE her Saturday shopping. Dr. I'otcr Prathcr, was hero Saturday. nd Mrs. Jno. W ' visiting her iM- i Kopcr, of Cayco, was Ono of Mrs Ii-" aw B ' - I lT II " of Woodland, uioou poisuu tho bite. ' WATER V. J. CHENEY & CO., Tolcdo.O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Tako Hall's Faintly nils for con- stipation. mimii mini in usHuaa a- r- IsWMslilll nun u ii -want, try Schmidt, O- . 25 If Its a swell pair of pants you hlOURT&CO.ToK Samples on display at this office J.IJUMW.I.l tiit.i tap aav mi r ennui's Dm sun .(feesspomUd) Miss Lillian Johnston spout from Friday to Sunday In Fulton with Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dobbins, return-la- g with them Sunday aftornoou to of Dr, Black' Khuul only one day xule He wo out lu.r umiik It, II cured him nniedUtely. Any one It t liberty la confirm meat 411 Jefferson bU aUlcment by wilting-tMm, J. II. SNVUa. Ivcuuc, Joueaboro, At k Tho tug, "Oscar V. Koolor," got on a bar Saturday overling at Medley Crossing wbllo coming in with a raft of 800 logs for the Mongol Ilox Company, and woro stuck thoro until Monday afternoon. O The Hickman Courier - EXCLUSIVE IOCAIV AUJix : Wokman In their auto. I. R. BLACK MEDICINE KtNNtTT, MO. CO, Fresh OystersCrescent Cafe. iAiiiAUi4iJ.UiaaA HUi Hickman, Ky., i, ta .J -- Uiia-A- . LAiiisViA. UiJ. IA1U.L IAiL.L UiUL Uiii May 28, 1909 1 John Hognn spent a fow days with homo folks thin wcok. Mrs. Will Hubbard was on tho sick list a few days this wcok. jffiisfcjft 4 l'ond Co,,tf HieVoan, Ky. .VI Millet . will sy that I think your cotton seed meal and 'he beet fo r cattle and oheep. I think it ia lall, r 'ban corn r hay at present nricoa. T hav fait ead of cattle at different times and I carried ISO hA nf t&e beat fat nroducer. S .Jgo Pao t winter. I fed hay part of the time. It ,lttJ day Uto baled of clover hay per your at 60c per bale. day. Whan I fed cotton seed moal about $1.00 per day to same hunch of they did better on your meal and hulls. 3 lfll" deep t,.- -t jr. Al Judgo II. V. Item ley was In Union City, Saturday, on business. Mrs. Charllo I'nrham has returned from a visit to Union City friends. Alexander The Peacock is Yours truly. Julian phoate j & Let us build you a kitchen cabinet or a box couch. Hickman Job Shop. Miss Ina Iloycr, ot No. 8 Island, spent Sunday with Miss Estello lien-caMrs. Hoy Clark, of Woodland, visited J. W. Hogcrs and family this week. Proud of his Feathers land you really can't blame him. His feathers are worth being proud of. You should be as proud of your clothes but the question Is Are you? We don't want you to be a peacock BUT we can show you a few things In Men's dress that will fill you with manly pride. Ask For The Interna- tlonat. Let us cut you a suit from the new Bond Co. , bta f frea;e- - 'lckman, Ky. I have been feeding your cotton seed meal and - two years to milch cows and fihd it to be the I have ever used, also the cheapest. It e flow of milk and koeps the cows in fine con-A- s fully satisfied with your cotton seed meal in-'h- Men's Head to Foot Outfitters soft grey fabrics, and have It mado up In the famous International way. Really you ought to see these beautiful greys. They are the finest til l. ,n. Respectfully, Mrs. L. D. today. Ilnrnlo Hughes Is In Mayfield. D. I. Wilson is In Gardner, Tenn., you ever saw and each Inch Is pure wool. m Threlkeld Duvo llryant, ot Union City, vlnltod his daughter, Mrs. T. A. Ledford, yesterday. LOOKS LIKE A Tci -- 00. was MEDICAL SOCIETY MEETS. FIVE BUILDINGS A BURN. ,. U .... . .1 ,, . i b ; i k t rp. . i . 4 .. A, . i i I u . .. t Kiu.. nuu nuiu uiuio presided. nt 3 o'clock. ., ii. ami prospects nro Tho roll call showing a flno attend... I.nllilliif nf llii. For hair dressing or dressmaking, ance. Aftor partaking of a nlcoly pre- call on Mrs. Hob Salmon. Your pai, stated ,tho Mongol pared dinner, the minutes of tho lat tronage will bo appreciated. .a nffi-ri'in euntrl- - meeting wore read and approved. Mrs. (I'lles Dond, who has been u.' Richmond & Hornl Tho following officers woro elected visiting In Tennessee and Alabama, J the railroad company for next your: joined her husband hero Tuesday. ..... . ... a iu rtusu it..Jl.ALu uiv i uuvhr. Dr. J. V. Naylor, Cayce, I'rcaldont, Mrs. W. J. Cook was called to WaOr. 1. II. Curlln, Illckman, t tin- luvoo. tbu tracks Dr. C. A. Wright, Cayco, Secre- ter Valley yesterday on account of . , I... .... Iw.ll.lll tho. serious Illness of her mother. tary mid Treasurer. n. cling w Thco Fulton County Medical Asso..idiwo of talkliiK ciation mot In regular scslon at Cay-cn.iiliiiir n levee aroilllil Oct. 0. Tho president being The nllcndnnco was Dr. S. V. I.uton, of Hickman, .1 imiHV 'n a meeting over (.,..... When you build, you want good work. Sco U .3. Elliott at Illckman Job Shop. Tho Kmbroldcry Club meets with Mrs. D. II. Wllson Friday aftornoon t. very dlsastcrous fire occurcd this city yesterday afternoon at C o'clock, destroying soveral thous and dollars worth of property, most all of which was owned by negroes. The flro broko out In tho rcsldpnco of Hud Nichols, presumably fiom a defective flue, and beforo help arrived tho fire was beyond control. This rCsldenco and contents wero a total loss. Valuo abgut $800; small Insuranco on residence, which was In was In rtv nttnnru pros- iirtiAnuL ., i i.ol Lake lone . ,v V (,ny .1 X, tr r . u. i. fr to not uti thnrn l hurillv In West Hickman .h i rally. Hi , was cbontin to rcpro-.This bo will fund r in innn.il n ri'iHiiL ul d. and 1 to n i in Several very excellent papers were on different subjocts and wtiro dlscussid by all presont. Dr. S. Colin, of Kulton, reported a case of typhoid fever of unusual noto. Dr. J. M. Hubbard, of Hickman, reported n caso which ns very Inter esting. A patient, 9G years old, had an arm amputated at tho elbow. which gavo happy results. Dr. I'. II. Curlln reported a caso of malaria fever, which was very rvd Mrs. I'orter Weaks, of Fulton, atwedding this tended tho DoIlow-IIelweek nnd visited tho family of A. M. . Mrs. Ltzzlo Winston, nnd llttlo daughtor, of Corydon, Ky.,'-artho guests of her mother, Mrs. Luttrcll, on Troy Avo, o Dr. C. A. Wright, 'of Cayce, wos conservatively oloctcd to represent tho society at ... a .. ...111 I tho Kentucky Medical Association, 1,1 liullil thn lavco. Al- - which meets In Louisville Oct 19, SO ml and 51, with Dr. S. W. I.utcn. of tibsalbinl and tbcro 1. Hickman, and Dr. 8. Colin, of Fulton, as alternates. The next meeting will bo held In Tb.i u L. cbunca of a llfutlmo January of next year. (i u i j' u nvi'Ut'U improrciuoiiu O It Tho Hickman Concreto Co. Is put- a new concreto walk In front of I'rof. Cabby's placo; also In front of tho W. O. W. lot. tliiK In u c'.fuat' Mrs. Ivcy Check Hrann, of Fulton, cama over Tuesday to attend tho Dollow-IIolr- a wedding, and visited tho family of A. M. DoDow. -- r tiiihfli Imtiriivfitiimil METHODIST CHURCH. .j tc mauo lur luo nuuiu AV. ujll pay tbu city nit big tla', Next Sunday morning Her cKJ. nil ully 110,000 la lost nn- - Waters will hnvo for his subject. It InoV II nr If I...u "Tho Crowned Heads In the Spiritual Uti push r Realm." Good music and n cordial II ;cu a property owner, glvo wclcomo to all. Sunday School at 9: 45 a. ui. ..r.i nu i.4 r.'i i.th. l'orcy Jones Is putting a lot of new fixtures In his Cafo this week, and otherwlso Increasing his business facilities. Glad to seo tho firm pro-grossing. Monday evening, Mrs. L. i. J 1 11. jour pnrmy , O . A largo bnrn belonging to Ed l'ow- ell, of near Walnut Log, was destroythe Fertile Amr fn' I'k:,'. W(h nomilatlon of ed by fire tho lattor part of tho week . . .WO ! also two horses, farming Implements, IV... I.P t -- l.. i reported that Mr. I'owell llllliaio IB Tcrj OVCII, etc. It Is loft his barn doors open but at tho ii'n,u. iuo iiriKiiiuiiTvy time tho flro wns discovered tho door flco. oi inn toll la remarkable. were fastened .lnclndarlsm Is i.iujih, iiKB nnii Mr. Powoll was tho man takTho Str. Mongol Box Company ...... .ic wuHivnifu wiin croai en by tho night riders with them dur- camo In Tuesday morning and Immeing tho raid In which llankln was diately after arriving went to Medkilled, and Inter was n witness ley crossing, whero sho pulled tho Bier I. h, llrlKanco ,of Hcndor- against them. Tug Oscar V. Kcoler off of tho bar. ,,lt UiB rt jjuiur nii on which sho had been stuck hard uk ,uw iiuruiuu nuii nun- Tho Kentucky State Medical As since Saturday afternoon, . nuu iubo III IUKI11. sociation will meet In Loulsvlllo, Oct. and fast nnd nil efforts had proven unable to wwu On account of special rates budgo hor. Sho suffered no damage Un Cook and family, of noar Kul- - mado for tho Grand Lodgo of Mason, other than bonding hor rudder, rato. they will got a choap railroad inuiuuf aim Dunuuy wtiu Whllo on tho river yesterday, Dr. Kdltor Drlco ,of tho Troy Nows-UaC. W. Curlln discovered tho body of ofE, Case U vUltlng Mrs. Hor- - nor ,wns a pleasant callor at this un Infant floating about midstream fice Tuesday, Ho is ono of tho most tho Leo Lino's excuse muu iiiy uiis wuuk. in host Inform-o- d and opposite houBO. Ho brought tho entertaining writers and for a wharf Second hand mcu of West Tonncsaeo. fumlturo bought nt body to shoro where tin examination .u OUUJI. Miss Addlo Winters ,of Llttlo Uock, was mado by Coroner Smith. Tho assortment of Button, Blucher and Lace shoes is the most com' Movlnq plcturei every night at the u vUitlnir her mother .Mrs. Zora body was perfectly nude, that of a nlpf nnrl kpsr we have ever shown. Our DVtterns are exclu boy 8 or 10 weeks old, and seemed Winters. Materials especially fine and workmanship all that most to have been Iu tho wator several sive. days. Thero wero no marks of viol- VWMIW(WI nmnAfont urnrlmnn ran nrovide. Bradlev it Parham will -r H ence to bo found, and It is thought to see them u you are hard to fit or that tho child was thrown In tho rlvo make it to your interest body please. "Red Cross lor ladies; "fackards" lor gentlemen. by some Inhuman paront. Tho waa buried at tho city cemetery. l. Ellison entertained a largo number of lady friends at Ilrldge in honor of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Muse, of Atlanta, da. An excellent salad courso was served. Mrs. Hess Doog-heof Honnoke, Va., was an out-o- t hard straits. town guest. They have lost all church proper FOR SALE: Ono of tho best cor ty, about $7,000 and owo $1,200 with ner lots 'In Hickman now occupied nothing to show for It. by J. It. Hrown's mill; also n good In all tho loss will reach nearly combined Btoro and residence. The $10,000. rcsldenco has about 8 rooms. Lot Is 22x100 foot. Will sell worth tho money. Call nt Hickman Courier of- r, owned by Charllo Nichols. Next to go was an adjoining resi dence occupied by Dick Dalloy. He lost his household goods no Insurance. This houso was also owned by Charllo Nichols. Valuo about G00, small Insuranco. From this building the old negro Doptlst Church caught and was totally destroyed. Tho old church had been moved Just far enough back to allow the erection of a new concreto church building belonging to tho Baptists. This building also burn cd. The latter building was tho hand somcst church In the city, and was complete with tho exception of "pap ering. It was valued approximately at. $4, GOO, with not a dollar's Insurance. Tho negroes had worked faith fully and given liberally for Its erection only to seo it go down in destruction when It was ready for use. They were also in debt for about J 1,200 on It. Their pastor, O .Dur-ret- t, had even given his cntiro sal- nryBTnco May to npply on tho church and had with his own hands handled tho building material for tho carpenters nnd masons. Tho conflagration also took In tho parsonage, which was worth about $500. They had $1,200 Insuranco on tho latter building and tho old church tho church being valued at $2,000. So tho negro Baptists are now In WOODLAND MILLS NEWS. Caleb Drasflcld, of Dresden, visited relatives hero last week. Messrs. Geo. and Gus Pratherhavo returned homo from Paroquette, Ark. Mrs. J. W. Prathcr and Mrs. J. M. Mowhenny havo returned from Fulton Mrs. Aubrey Sanders is visiting Mrs. W. H. Sanders her mother-in-law- , Fred Dondurant and Andrew Our-pi- s havo returned to school at Dresden, Tenn. Leon Plerson, of Lexington, Tenn., was the guest of Mrs. G. D. Drasflcld last week. Mrs. Richard Prather and her mother, Mrs. Salllo Jones, havo returned FDRJM 320 Acres of Fine Bottom Land. Well located, behind the levee. No better land in the bottom for cotton, corn and alfalfa. Cleared land this year will bring $12 50 to $15.00 an acre. Will make terms easy. to niythevlllo, Ark. Mrs. Mary Crenshaw, Mrs. Dr. R. X. Turner and Mrs. Ada Illco called on Mrs. Dr. Peter Prather Tuesday. Tho L .S .0 .Club met last Wednesday at th,o homo of Mrs. Ada Rico. Tho house was beautifully decH. T. Beale, Notary Public, at W. orated with cut flowers and ferns. All tho club members wero present, A. Dodds' Lumber Office. nuU the following visitors: Mrs. O. R. A. Tyler has returned from a A. Kennedy, Mrs. G. D. Drastleld, business trip to Lexington, Ky. Mrs. Dr. R. N. Turner and Mrs. Mary Crenshaw. Sherbet and cako woro Mrs. S. M. Hubbard is suffering served. this week from a sprained anklo. Ellison Bros. O A. havo Mrs. side Farls and wife and baby returned from St. Louis, where Farls was called to the bedof her father, Mr. Robb Mr. Robblns has been carried back to his homo near Now Madrid. Ills condition Is not much Improved. A. Rob-bin- FOR RENT: My building, now cccupled by Ellison Bros., Jan.lit. 18o W. A. Dodds. a visit to her sister, er, at Paducah. Mrs. R. M. Isler has returned from Mrs. James Rog- Miss Ella Young) age 21 years, died at the homo of her parents, In West Hickman, yesterday evening at 7 o'clock. Consumption caused her death, which of course, was not unexpected. Tho family camo here from Mayfield, and the remains of the young lady will bo carried thero Born, on Wednesday morning, Oct. 13th, to the wife of Charllo Isbell, an eleven pound boy. baby girl of Tho Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Craig, of Sassafras Uldgo, died last night. d Misses Nota and Thelma Iladen, of Newborn, Tenn. ,are spending tho for burial. The family intended to week with Mrs. C. S .Patterson . ship tho body by rail, but owing to The Daughters of the Confederacy bad railroad connections and a law forbidding a common carrier trans- were entertained Tuesday afternoon porting a body after being dead 30 at tho homo of Mrs. T. A. Ledford. hours, they will bo compelled to Mr. and Mrs. John Coon, residing drlvo through. The death Is, Indeed, at the home of W. J. Thomas, lost a sad ono. their baby boy last night. Ago ono month. Mlsa Ltzzlo Ambers la expecting Mrs. Lizzie Lowe and baby from Paragould tho latter part of week to visit her. this Miss Anton, ot Memphis, tho lady who is to put on "Tho Jayvlllo Junc- tion" for tho Presbyterian arrived hero Wednesday. Church, r. -- m was T. P. Fortune, of Memphis, hero a few days this week to atwedding and tend the DoBow-Helvisit his sister, Mrs. J. K. Fuqua, and family. T. F. Denton has purchased tho restaurant owned by J. R. Arn, formerly run by W. R. King. Ha will continue tho business iu ltspres-4s- i quarters. Mrs. George II. the Rev. Grelger, Church, has been doctors decided from poisonlug. Grclgor, wlfo ot of tho Episcopal quite sick. Tho that she was ill n Our Fall and Winter V w Vllttt You Can't Keep It Out ... -i K...l UCLi 1IIIU cvciv ujw lone win vou Keen it out ot TV Th? charmlnp muilej the rfe. Juni ,he "'reahlng enterflnmsnt 'Wch yru never lire-- all these you 'e to yourself and your family. A tmall payment down, then a dollar Itltlei thlssieht and m:ikei the n your own. Look In and see us. The Virtnr I. . , uuuuu iu . ELLISON BROS. $10 to $100 On Friduy uftcrnoon, of last week, Mrs. Magglo Handle gavo a Varloty Shower and ontertalued a largo num. her of friends iu honor of Miss Ivcy Dollow. Misses Mnrgurlto Fuqua and Holtlo Dollow received tho guests as iimv arrived, and Miss Mabel WUsou received at the parlor. Heo punch was sorved by Mrs. F, T. Itaudlo. Tho color Bchomo of groeu and white, was carried out vifectlvcly In tho Mint and decorations. sticks, (led with green and white rib bons wero served. Miss Dollow was the. reciuleut ot many haudsomo ar ticles, consisting ot silver, cut glass, linen, and uiauy other attratlons. An II. Tyler Dealo has beou appointed as a delegate from Hickman Lodge. 761 A. P. & A. M., to a meeting ot tho Grand Lodgo at Louisville, convening Monday. Tho Clay T. Vnnco Co., played tho "Flual Settlement" at tho Lyric, last night. It Is doubtful It a butter It show was ever seen in Hickman. was high class, clean and every mum-bu- r ot tho company an artist. The Southern Heights improvement goes merrily on. A largo forco ot men are bulldlug coucreto walks this week. The bridge contract culls for its completion on or before Dec. 1, and the company's representative thinks they will havo it flulshed by Nor. 16th. uppotlilug salad coursu was served. MAROONED AT ST. LOUIS. HAVE "YOU" PAID YOUR MERCHANT? Pay him cash over the counter or by check on your banker. If by cash do you know, positively know, your account was credited with the payment? In case the merchant was busy and forgot to give you credit you might have to pay the account again no such "bad luck" when you pay by check. When your bank book is balanced the indorsed and cancelled check is returned to you and is a legal receipt for amount paid. No matter how small your income it is your interest to open nn account with a home bank and handle your finances in a strictly business mannerpay all bills by checkthe one safe way. We shall be glad to have your account. -- THE- HICKMAN BAJNTEI OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY. Capital and Surplus, DISPOSES OF LAND. $65, 000.00 St Louts Republic: The Mississippi river will have to get what Is commonly known ns n 'hump" up flotilla on Itself ir the torpedo-boH- t now nnrhored In tho til. Units harbor .even ntlempts to lonvo Stlouls ns n convoy to tho government steamboat Oleander with President Tuft aboard which will Icavo for Now Oceans " tho nfternoon of Oct. 2C. The stngo of tho river yesterday was fi foot 7 Inches, n fall of .10 of of a foot slnco Thursday. Tho btlllotl said tho river would contlnuo lu fall There Is ono vessel of the flotilla that could not get out of the hnrbnr now tho McDonough, tho flagship of the division. Tho other boats the Thorn ton, Tlngey and Wilkes possibly could work tholr way down tho river to deeper water as their draft Is but 5 feet. Tho flagship draws 7 feet nn 4 Inches. Yesterday morning Captain Henry Pnrteo, tho pilot who brought tho flotilla up tho river, departed on a Ioe ill Lino steamboat for Cairo. Ha mako channel observations and bo prepared upon his return early n"xt week to tell Lieutenant Mitchell, rum mnndlng tho flotilla whether It would bo advlsahlo to attempt to take the flotilla down the river. At this tlmo of tho year tho river DROP IN TO-D- AY We Have Something to Show You Something Very Interestingl Come in today and see it. It's a suit and just the pattern you like. Just the style you like and exactly the price you want to pay. We have so many attractive things in Men's Fall Apparel that you simply must pay us a personal visit to understand how interesting the display is. Suppose you drop in today. Why Not a Pair of Extra Pants? suits tho amount of $50,000, in one case by Mrs. Rankin, widow of tlio late Capt Rankin, for $25,000, and Col. R. Z. Taylor for $25,000. These suits aro now pending In tho circuit court of Dyer county, having beenbiought In that county because of the fact that complicated conditions, and It is also thought that it might bo difficult to obtain an Impartial Jury in Obion county. A Queen's Critical Brother. Mario Antoinette's brother Joseph J. E. Marshall, commonly known could not bear the rougo pot, and one and called Ed Marshall, one oftho evening when tlio queen was going alleged night riders, and who Is out, being heavily rouged, tho empercharged with the murder of Captatn or was looking on. Pointing to a lady beIlankln on Iteelfoot Lako last Octo- present who was excessively ber, has recently filed deeds of con- daubed with paint, Joseph remarked veyance of all his farm lands In Ob- facetiously: "A little more under the eyes! lay on the rouge like fury, as ion county, and it Is also reported that lady that ho has sold and disposed of all Louis XVI. does!" From Hassard's personal property, H. M. Marshall being tho gnbteo In the land transacWillie Caldwell Is reported qulto tions. III at the homo if his father, James Ed Marshall and other alleged night Caldwell, on the Sleepy Hollow road, riders were several weeks since servbrldgo between tho city and ed with process In damage In steel Southern Heights. Mrs- - J. Polhnmus and little daughter, Mary It., of Dorena, spent Saturday and Sunday with friends lu Hickman. Jesso Helm, of Memphis, came up Saturday night to visit homo folks wedding. and attend tho DcBow-Heln- i All kinds of meats at Moore's remains stationary, usually, through at $3 to $6.50. out October ond November, at an nv ernge stage of 5 feet. If this should These pants arc the last word of fashion on bo the condition of tho river from the subject of "what's what." now until October 25 the torpedo- boat flotllln will not bo nblo to get away from St. Louis with tho presl dentlal fleet. CO. It was reported last night that the (INCORPORATED.) boats wcro forced to leave their shore anchorage and anchor in midstream for fear of going aground. This as not tho fact, but tho wharfboats be How a Woman Pleks 'Cm. Nature's C mptflut't. longing to tho city, alongside which I . .- uvo snd rr Maybe the reason soma women can tho flotilla is tied wcro pushra fur that shine u. r lovo tho little oncry, shnggy. thor out in the river in order to give shine as bni thing with hair all lu Its'nyes. tho boats more water. for the mill i.. r which charity permits you to call a I J I ambition gh dog, better than tholr husbands Is pathway of Lc that tho average wife selects tho dog r13 til If Tlio reputation of tho average New sho really wants, but takes her husYards of tlx i bo poorly, as one band out of a Job lot Now York Madrid mnn must young lady, of that town. whefTawak Press. Head the Co-- '! r cned by tho earthquake Monday morn lug, thought a man was walking very VERY PERSONAL. Our gupti Reporter ny$: Use "Sanspar... Hear ... heavily In her room; another was lies nstff.LA startled by tho belief that a burglar ' 1N. Iltrteoiu a man was In the house, nnd the u Schmidt, thn Tailor. Ion City third thought It was only a young Subscribe today. 11 a year. mnn on his way to bed dropped his nnware ana r t n.tsrti U beer bottles In tho hallway. Fresh Oysters Crescent Cafe. " I rr icrsworlb Buy your coal now. Hickman Ice n. ri We have them in all new shades, made up full peg top, side buckles, belt loops, flaps on inch turn under, pockets, open lap scams, 3 -2 mm BALTZER & DODDS DRY GOODS V J ffftfffffffffffffftfffffff m ', eV Coal Co. grocery buslLcss, Tho best cotfeo you over drank the Crescent at Tnleonone Lhat crocenr dkh hvr T IWDOWELL'S LADIES' STORE! Is the Name of the New Store Opened at Fulton, Ky. Hftfrsftortb Ira Just The opening of this store supplies a long felt need of this vicinity, where a lady can go and be clothed throughout with as much ease and little time and trouble as can a man at a Gent's Furnishing Store. EVERYTHING READY-TO-WEA-R for LADIES, MILLINERY, FURNISHINGS and NOVELTIES are lines that are carried. Gage Millinery, Empress and Wooltex Suits, Wraps, Skirts and Dresses, C. B. Corsets, High Art Waists are the class of merchandise we handle. Belts, Bags, Gloves, Combs, Hose, Petticoats, Underwear, Neckwear, etc., all of the NEWEST creations. Any woman who cares to save worry and be correctly attired can well afford to GO TO FULTON and visit this store. Mrs. Nola Tucker, a lady of several years experience in the large city stores, is at the head of our alteration department. We guarantee a fit in every instance and make no extra charge for alterations. Mrs. Tucker is also conducting a establishment and Sewing School in our store. A visit to this department will readily convince you of the superiority of her work. sewing. Special attention given to WEDDING GOWNS and all High-clas- s Dress-making We are agents for Brownson, the Florist. Send your orders for flowers to us. Prompt attention, quick deliveries. When in need of anything in Ladies' wear go to i McDowell's Ladies Store, Fulton, Kentucky P. S We pay rail road fare with a purchase of $25 or more. Fresh Oysters, any quantity, at the 3' Adam h :'. i Crescent Cafe. 2 i. here Saturday If you want boiled ham, call No, aid TAHP1NE tut SO Tho Crescent. I. 36c per bottlt EJioa, Fat Sailor Yes, mate, I belong to ship of 11,750 tonnnge. If Ita a swoll pair of pants you Wag Is that when you're aboard, want try Schmidt ptli ou tho hill 11 est or when you ain't? J. T. Perkins, of Martin, was hero Sunday In the Interest of the X. tL'At Jersoy Cow. fn Slmplt Compsis-Flnder- . Lr A simple compsiB'flndor, costing 11 St L. Ity. r tJ.l I flti cents, has enabled a western With overy l Mrs. Magglo Itandln went to Ful cast-iropipe burto locate a fancy vest for II cx'ra ScioUl led about three feet In stiff adobo soil, ton, Friday, to visit her daughter, Tailor. and has saved several days of labor Mrs. Luton, who has a very- - sick discing. As described by A. E. Wright, chnu. Lrfai iiur ii.i the finder was a magnetized knitMrs, Ilesj llooghcr and baby, of ting needle having been discardcost you a cent ed as not sufficiently sensitive. Tho Hoanoke, Va., nrrived hero Friday to Judge II i K fibers were glued around the balano visit her mother. Mrs. It. T. Tyler, 11 and ths needle was so bal- nnd other relatives, dalo for Pol' ? . . ..1, anced as to dip normally about 20 deH Hickman grees In order lhat the two ends might Keith Muso and bride arrived hero fled. be attracted to the pipe unequally. Saturday from Atlanta, (3a., to visit w The needle was mounted In a cigar box, L. Ice Coupou Hooks thusti P. Klllson and family and Mr. fzca tiIm. an Index card, and a glass cover with count will be at tho as wind shield. When used, the box Muso's many other rcaltlves hero. discount, allowtd onlr W horizontally on Iho ground was placed V.iil m representing the Hickman lee Albert Mltchlc, In a north and south direction, and Vlucvnncs llrldgo Co., of Vlnconnes, was moved across the supposed lino of the pipe, readings being taken vvry Ind., was hero last week to suo C. two feet and In this way tho location L. Walker about thv building or tho was determined very accurately. The NOTICE: Tho Standard Oil Co., deflection was twice as great over a of a utne. will hereafter deliver coal oil and bell as over the gasolino on Monday, Wednesday and Friday only. Phono 61. Moso Bar.-ketTwo Lessons. 11. tf A plant In the wlrMow grw und grew, Agent IStf IVII nut It yielded naught (lint wu fair to view; ColumEditor Tom Jordan, of tho Its form was ugly; Its Icavrs held stings Tliat pierced and tortured Ilk evil bus Herald, son of Dr. W. A. Jordan, Hickman Lois things. of Clinton, was married last SaturWill day evening nt Columbus to Miss And dally and yearly It eeemed skin At a bargain. To a life of eelllahneM, liule and aln. Septa Waltomato, of that city. And on blazing sunililno It Joyed to feed, singly or as a whole. As If gathering tire for deadliest deid. HTHAYKI): Monday ovonlug, Oct. n I IO-NUk i, from West Hickman, 1 aged black Hut at last ono day a rich perfume lone Incenwllke (hat filled the room. mule, l&t hands high, sheared, 2 And lo! on the plant a (lower fair. whlto spots on hip, shod In front. 5 Like the spirit of purity reeling tliere. roward if returned to Jako Plant on Thn 1 tliouglit how the years dragged Sassafras Illdgo. lt apace If thcro U t Sjr.n ty Oct T lire the birth of that bloom of marvelwas tion to Judg' The tug. Oscur Keelur. will ous grace, And I saw In the (lower, so wondroualy brought In by Leo Cumnbell. Friday tho district r ' I fluu c planned, tho primary Two beautiful simple yet grand. of last week from (ho ways ut Mound City, where sho has been undergoing him the noniin The uglleet shape may be found to hold repairs caused by tho gasolino nppollato be! A soul of the pureet, loveliest mold. In her hull u fuw weeks nco. And blowout time coinea, be It soon or Miss Maud ' late, Shu has boon uowly rmlutvu and look for him who has patience to work and fluu. n few irieii" Mrswait day. Those ir -- Kroma C. Dowd, In Leslie's Weekly, W" "SB, ........ Irvln llrovard and Chnrllu John Townsend, of I' O '' ' son returned tho last of tho wook V. Williams , beln kt Itudyurd Kipling slandered woman from a flvo weeks' trip through tho tha latter fttfur by defining her as "a ran and a bono Wost. On their trip they visited So- - ovo of doiar' ond a hank of hair," but a Loiiacon- - utile and northwosteru cities, took nn nnd tho affair lug lady, bovoii years married, guts ocean trip from Seattlo to Salt Fran- farowll. A l!' ' buck rythmlcnlly with this synopsis cisco, vlsitod different points of In- and to the r I iai man, "A jag and a drouo and terest in California, thencu to Salt of tho occasion of a " dshlp of M a tank of air." Springfield Repub take, Denver, PIko'a Peak and many tho bonds lican. ' Pralrlo .ugh' other Interesting points. c..l pipe-laye- - -- mid-lengt- FOR SALE t, T M 1 - A L to .1 "r-- r