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The Hickman courier: October 21, 1909 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1909 hic1909102101_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: October 21, 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. Hickman Will Entertain the Nation's Chief Executive Next Tuesday. Make Arrangements to be With Us A BLUE MARK HERE n THE HICKMAN COURIER IJ4M meant that roar baa oiitlrrd. llanaw promptly if yon want the paper to com to yon after thli month ihn Tanm that Ptllla the Commercial Ulnnnn tin tha W7 nf flu n" T (iu - a - wuunui swsmu 4 uudl Ui DUdD tJiO HAjDJ Ui VUi ii y Uiif UiU iualif HULL LlBt 0 X2i(tVii LJ J HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1909. whole ESTABLISHED wo. IH THE TEAR airo 1RBII orilESmaK! thei The Foremost Millinery Department In Hickman .Offers a Splendid Showing of all Approved and Advanced Style Tendencies Our stock is as large if not larger, than on the opening days, and embraces styles and colorings to be found at no other store. TRIMMED MILLINERY A repreientatire collection of Trimmed of the latest Paris and New York models TAILORED HATS In favor as never before, exclusive designs in Brown Hats, Colonials and Turbans, colors the very latest. Had, including copies i Rn est rS anrwham. air," anaaalil. !m aakad la a brldfa and la Ihf Itnka. lahlnar i arlnf tnv tirfitlv maMf LADIES and CHILDRENS READY-TO-WEA- R Itii. swu B?t t'lr HATS I.H.i th. ft Sjoi7 raf AMirrv Wi frlcmia in a lounns car bain tier, ana mar- - mini. The latest things In Felt hats trimmed in the desirable fashions, at., 1.50 to $5 Ima la 13 far wUulnff both near and Urm't a tMns lo waar. placa. to cut to an alrahlp iac at lorn I atay. mint pltonaj Jiat an hour la utrd u a curat at a country fro tkS to tha mallnrx. i Is Jt ' ukad to r ( Llntrimmed Shades and Trimmings The Largest Variety in Town This Department Will till I ID ukfd ira If I would car 'a I !m at lunch, but I told him thuiix to waar. a Surely Interest You ti!i:. t a t b rit' pf ia t ! ''.t tha alavaa wa ara f irblowa. tha fajhlona may maka or 'MnK or k:r' at all Tain df Mi all of Ita cdlcta dar fara all mr crltlca with rai f!4f ra, at but Koodnraa knows atyla acornful Fit baira't a thtnc to waar. Vt ertiwa ara out of data. BiliftJf-- l r ftrw-In Inv.l. I.a I! Euaot ro dcwn to tha daap blua aaa la Pa rtppla fair left f jr a slrl like mat pit ! I Utia't a tr.e to waar!" tra Our Stock of Under wear and Hosiery Is Ready ! I Ladies fleeced and cotton ribbed Vests, Pants and Union Suits, priced at 25, 35 and 50c Ladies fine lisle thread garments and Union Suits Ladies Wool Union Suits, medium weight, silk finished ctsrt on fV.I. I lana't a thlac to mall' reform ' ... waar.' aha said. 1.00 1.50 50c 50c Childrens Vests and Pants, fleeced lined and cotton ribbed, good values at 25, 35 and 50c NEW y lOaM.-iii- DAILY AT FULTON. pr finccs IsmofcM Here 0ctl8. n new papor ft n.'.n Dally Commorclal will fHI3 dv'.u in Kulton. Tho nnw .:i te prir !cu by tho Coramor. Co. Childrens Union Suits, extra values, heavy fleeced35 to Boys Union Suits, very heavy fleeced, an excellent value and Farm nubllibcri of tho Journnl. boys. i our best 0 farmrrs wlihe. Hosiery A Constant Stream of New Things Charming every one of them started this fall with an even more extensive showing than ever before. As you glance over hundreds of styles, you will quickly see that there is a effects; also that the decided tendency toward closer fitting garments and the newest, oddest, effect feature in everything is the Moyen-Ag- e dominant most attractive style introduced in years Colors were never prettier and there are enough fashionable shades for everyone to find a becoming one. There seems to be almost a passion for all tones of violet from the deepest purple to the softest and palest shades of lavender; raisin is good, catawba, taupe and slightly deeper tones of blue, brown and gray. for Ladies and Children we are showing the "Cadet" Hose, SCARCITY OF HAND8. socnt to bo fnclnR a ffPosition In tho way of ""d' Ka'hcr tho corn crop. I T lta tbiy aro scarcer this P ,an uual. although Urn form- F u! PrIllC a rnnl rlr.. k.i.. wra U a demand for raoro la. en. The crop is vloliilnir t..i..r f bmi of the farmers expected the best hose on the market, at Other qualities at 25c 10c, 20c up to 75c r. Blankets We are showing a complete line of Blankets from the cotton 4 to the large size all wool Blankets 50c to $10 9-- ' coat-dre- ss O THINGS TO REMEMBER. r'ott't nr tho 1 Mi.. tun-...- t- i- ... ... .- Jt t, Jou aiid I i brtweon you and mo. K I; say Ready for Inspection! Newest Fall Models of E. P. Reed & Co.'s tm suppose for i think or I t tay ,0!1 .,0.,'Uk"rribu tt.r uui jou uro ..v tho Courier Hickman. LAND. ' um WlL'- you aro In RECLAIM - These models arc made expressly for us and arc characteristic Hischof garments. This means more than usual care in tailoring and a positive cenius in selecting fabrics, trimming, buttons, etc. Thi is so important this fall as strong contrasts are extremely fashionable. You couldn't find more attractive garments than these Hischof models. You couldn't find greater values; better clothes can't be had. Come in now and you can find many simple mtdiratt prictd styles that arc charming. L',ioal'11 81 that thoro aro Shoes for Women 2.50, 3.00, and 4.00 E. P. REED 5X0 R0CHE5TERN-- T tho ,roP0'J district Ci! 0, ,, ,r!J; 8C0U na by lovco nd It Ih ICl,Ll?'d7 '. cr I1 0ltc'' 2 tain": , UU8' Ior aero. Tho w"c reclaimed have with us next Wednesday, the 27th, a representative of one of the goods. He will show their full line of largest houses making ladies e cloth tailored dresses. A special invitation is extended. Cloaks, Suits and ready-to-wear A will We nn rn Tl rP)TV Pint one-piec- of Special Interest to Ladies Nothing aids more in completing a lady's dress than correct and stylish footwear. We have made this a feature of our stock, and are showing an unsurpassed line in all leathers and soles. See our Misses and Childrens Shoes at to 1,50 2.50 ru bctZ F"fa 0 pOI,,o ,n II,ck- - THE HICKMAN COURIER CTITf WflPPFNINM In RACING AT LATONIA. Fall Mtetlng of Latonln Jockey Clut Promises to Eclipse Former Sessions. Tho fall meeting ol Lntnnla. Jockey club, which begnn the October 11, to continue for n period of 21 days, promises to cellpxa former sessions, judging by the ndvrihco In, tercst displayed and tho many Strang era here fur the meeting from various sections of tho country. With an nbumlsnco of good horses tii" draw from tho sport should bo highly In terestlng and draw n big patronage Last fall considerable unfounded re port was olrriilntPd that troops would bo sent to tho track If necessary to stop She racing, because of the Lntonla Jockey club's failure to comply with the Kentucky racing commission's edict that tho track should not operate any other form than tho mutuel nnd auction-poo- l system of netting. These reports kept many horsemen from shipping hern, likewise did It keep away many bookmakers. Conditions are different nt present, and every sitrnnco Is held out that the mcotlni will be run off ns advertised, and prob ably then some. For should good weather prevail there Is every reason to suppose that tho big lapse of time Intervening between tho nnnounced closing date of latonln and tho open ing of I'lorlda and Juarez will bo utll- Ired for nn extension of the racing period here. Ky FIRE FOLLOWS DEADLY GALE roll of Death Is Taken by Cyclonic Storm Hurrl cane Tl.nt Bombarded Garth With hailstones as Big as Billiard Balls. Memphis. Tenn Death, destruction ol proper ty, demolition nf home", cliurehee, latteries and farm buildings siieli Is the record made by the blind, hrittsl fury of I storm thai passed over West l runes JSBBSk rs .. W. 0. SPEEIt and J. O. SEXTON, Editor and Proprietors. t Nows of General Interest Summarized Form, ONE DOLLAR CASH PER YEAR BY l.t aDVAKCB. SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. CmONE.THEN FLAMES. Entered at tha Hickman, Kentucky, mall matter. pottofflca a second-clas- s "ewurd FERRER IS EXECUTED of $250 Offered for Arret of Two Negroes for Alleged Murder of L. P. Yandell, Cousin of Enid Yan dell, Noted Sculptress. FACED FIRING SQUAD WITHOUT Islington, K) Loon Yandell, who SHOW OF FEAR. wns shot by Dnvo McQueen and Jim Terry, negroes. In XI. XI. Schulti'scon Con strtictlon camp, dlod In St. Joseph's Felt Dead at First Volley-- Wi hospital. Yandi'll was 31 years old victed of Inciting Recent nnd was a native of Topokn, Kan. llo Rebellion. wax a nophew of tho late Drs. David and L. 1. Yandell. und n cousin to .Miss Harcclnnn. Francisco Ferrer, who was Knf (I Ynndcll, the noted sculptress, of recent Jlvr- convicted of promoting the Hnr-celo- rebellion, was shot Wednesday tuoruim; in .Mont Juicli prison in execu tion of the. denth trhtenre imposed upon him. l'rof. Kcrrcr, Spanish educator and convicted revolutionist, fared the firing quad without flinching and fell dead at the first volley. Except for a momentary expression of emotion immediately preceding his death, ha retained hit composure to the last. Tlis attorney, M. Galccran, who defended him so loyally ns to bring about his own arrest for improperly adrcslng the court, secured permission for a brief talk with him just before the execution. To his attorney Ferrer spoke feelingly of the work for which he had sacrificed his Ufa and of the future of his daugh ter, whose brave nttcmpt to save his life touched the father more deeply, apparently, than any other incident of his trial and conviction. On Ferrer's arrest his family wns left dependent upon this daughter, who at onco secured employment in a biscuit factory. celona FORBES CLAIMS LAHM CUP Longest Balloon Flight Covered a Distance of 731 4 Miles. 1-- Richmond, Vn. Winning the I.abm cup for the longest flight made In a balloon under the auspices of the Aero Uub of America and breaking all speed records for long distance flights, A. Hol land lorbes of New York and former Mayor Max Fleischmann of Cincinnati, landed Wednesday afternoon at 12:4 In Chesterfield county, twenty miles south of Richmond, Va. The trip was mado in the balloon New lork, in which Mr. Forbes won the duration contest in tho Indianapolis contest. Starting from the gas works in St. Louis at 5:30 Tuesday afternoon, tho distance of 731 miles was made in nineteen hours and fifteen minutes, at an averago rate of 33 miles an hour. The lialloon passed Lynchburg at 10:30 o clock this morning. Soon after noon an apparently large body of water was seen ahead and a large town came into view below. 4 Louisville. Ynndelt hnd mado Ms home nt Knoxvlllc, Turn , whero he was employed by Oliver Hros., tho con tructora. Yandoll made nn ante-mtern statement, In which he said 'hat McQueen had fired tho fatal shot Iloth negroes nro 25 years old nnd have; yellow skin. XtcQucen Is 5 feet 3 Inches and weighs nbout ICO pounds, He hnd on brownish gray trousers, black coat and black soft hat. Terry Is D feet 11 Inches and woro overalls, dark coat and bl.ick hat. Terry has GOV. WILLSON CRITICISED hluo eyes. Iloth negroes are from North Carolina. A reward of $230 hui For Issuing Open Letter to Antlpooleri been offered for their arrest. Urging Them To Organize Liberty Leagues. BANKERS ADOPT RESOLUTIONS Frankfort, Ky. The criticism ol Declaring In Favor of Examinations hy Gov. Wlllson for issuing recently an State Examiners of All State Banks open letter to the antlpoolcrs 'of the and Trust Companies. hurley tobacco district In Kentucky urging them to organize liberty Icagui Louisville, Ky. Tho 17th annual Is being Joined In by members of the convention of tho Kentucky Hankers stato administration. Theso men hare association ended here with the elec been Interested In tho success of the tion of J. C. Utterbnck, of I'aducah, pooling movement, and have urged Ky.. as president, and tho growers In the communities they have of Secretary Davis, of Ixmlsville, nnd visited within tho last few weeks to Treasurer IL D. Ormsby. Immediately Join the pool. following adjournment n meeting of They say, discussing the matter pri members of tho American Hankers vatcly with their friends, that tho gov association was held, at which W. W. ernor has placed them and every canLarkln, of Covington, was elcctexl vasser for the burley tobacco society In state vice president, and K. C. MoMa- danger of being shot down. bon, of Sliejbyville, was elected cxecU' These officials say that under thn tlve committeeman from Kentucky. governor's pronunclunienlo tho ami One of the principal resolutions was pooler who Is approached by his neighan emphatic declaration In favor of bor with a request to pool ran shoot examinations by statu examiners of all him down, and then, upon his own dec state banks and trust companies, tho laration that throats were used to In authorization for such Inspections to ducc him to pool, go free by the pardon be granted by the Kentucky lcgliila route from the executive office. or i ture. ' AQED BACHELOR LOUISVILLE'S Action MAYOR. IS SUED. Successfully Resists Efforts To Regu late His Habits. Lexington, Ky. Is Brought to Prevent .Him Pressing His Candidacy. Ky. George D. Todd, in the family control. Two important developments of the day go to prove this almost beyond question. The first and technically the most important was the election, as a successor to the lato K. H. Harriman, as a director, of Marvin llughitt. presi dent of tho Chicago and Northwestern railroad. Mr. llughitt has for years been a Vanderbilt partisan, and fre- qucntly( an opponent of the late railroad czar, whoso place he takes. From a sentimental viewpoint, a mat ter of far greater importance was the departure, of W. K. Vanderbilt for a five days' inspection tour of the West ern roads of the New York Centra! lines, or tne vanderbilt system. Joseph Piper, a 70- year-olbachelor, who owns 173 acres of land valued at $10,000, and has n good bank account but alleged miserly habits, was arraigned In tho circuit court before Judgo Parker In an effort VANDERBILTS CONTROL AGAIN to have a committee appointed to manage big estate and sco that ho keeps himself and his house clean. Piper Tha Vanderbilt Line Ceases To Be testified that thero was nothing wrong a Misnomer. with his mind, that he believed he had New York. The Vanderbilt lines- - a right to live as ho chose, without ceased to be a misnomer in the railroad asking permission from any one so world today when William K. Vander Ions as his morals were good and he bilt, Sr., again took up the reins at the paid his bills. The jury disagree, and grand central station general olfice and Piper went back to his farm. Louisville, LIABILITY ACT GETS BLOW NIGHT RIDERS Washington. Officials charged with tho execution of the federal railroad laws are greatly interested, not to say On a Mysterious Mission In Harrison and Robertson Counties. disturbed, by the recent opinion of Cynthlana, Ky. Twcnty-fivnight Judge Maxey of the United State circuit court in a Texas case, that the riders on a mysterious mission through railroad employer' liability act of 1004 Harrison and Robertson counties, or carries with It tho provision that a de- dered tho citizens of the little town of Clayvllle, Harrison county, to extin fendant railroad must be sued at the guish all their lights. They halted it home office, edge of the town and communiThe opinion was not written, but a the telegraphic abstract of it ha reached cated tho order, which was promptly obeyed, Through tho darkened city Washington and confirms the earlier passed about midnight, skeletonized report, which caused tha the riders then nnd those daring enough to peep at officials of tfie interstate commerce comthe band saw that they carried white mission to prick up their ears. Whero they went Is Judge Maxey held that where diverse a mystery, but they returned through citizenship (that is, residence of plaintiff Clayvlllo early In tho morning, nnd in one state and defendant In another) disappeared In tho direction of this was allowed to give Jurisdiction, jurisdiction could be maintained in tin dis- city. trict of residence of either plaintiff or Condition of State Banks. defendant) but where jurisdiction was Frankfort, Ky. Secretary of Statu sought to be maintained where the pe tition alleged a case arising under the Hen L. Druner has called upon thn laws of the United States and also dl state banks to make a report of tho of their rerss citizenship, suit must be instituted condition business, Institutions at tho October 2, 1909. All of residence of the de- close of Jn the district questions In soma way or other must fendant only unless privilege should be lie unswered that aro asked by tho sec-r-e waived. tury of state, and the report must be In tho secretary of state's olflco not Paymaster Bates Dead. New York. MaJ. Gen. Alfred K. later than October 14. The roport Rates, former, paymaster general of the must be accompanied by swnrn statearmy, died here Wednesday. Gen. llate ment of Its condition by tho cashier, was stricken with apoplexy Sunday and president or vlco president of each bank woven to u private hospital. TWENTY-FIVE o horso-blunkot- Can Sue for Damages Only at Headquarter of Railroad Company. dependent republican candidate for mayor, brought suit against Mayor James F. Clrlnstond nnd County Clerk Mark Gnbhart, asking that the former be enjoined from pressing his candi dacy and that tho latter bo restrained from placing .Mr. Orlnstead's namo on the ballot Mr. Todd, In bis petition, states that only he Is legally qualified to beromo mayor, but takes issuo on Mayor Orlnstead's eligibility, saying that he believes tho election of 1907 was for a fixed term, and quotes the constitutional Inhibition against may s ors of cities succeeding themselves In office. He says that unless legally provented Mr. Gabhart, m MUNICIPALITY NOT RESPONSIBLE county clerk, will place Orlnstead's namo on the ballot, which wilt For Failure of Statlonhouse Keeper to many votes away from him take (Xlr Preserve Order In Jail. Todd), who, he says. Is tho only man who had announced that he was qualFrankfort, Ky. The Kentucky court ified to occupy tho mayor's chair. of appeals, in affirming the judgment These events aro but Incidents In the of the Shelby circuit court, holds that warmest municipal campaign In many a municipal corporation can not bo years, both parties being split and held in damages through the failure of each having two tickets In the field. its statlonhouse keeper to preserve or- The negro enters largely Into the camder among tho Inmates and prevent paign and the democrats, particularly their Injuring one another. The de- those on tho ticket headed by William cision was announced in tha caso of O. Head, a prominent tobacco wareMorgan against the city of Shelbyvllle. house man, have made this the paraTho appellant, locked up over night. mount Issue, and asking for "a white quarreled with two other Inmates of man's government." Tho "Citizens' the cell he was occupying and they ticket," a defection principally from gave him a severe beating. Ho sued the Head ticket. Is headed by Owen the city and the lower court sustained Tyler, a wealthy business man. a demurrer to tho petition. first-clas- The Commonwealth Somerset, Ky. Hurnslde. this coun ty, was almost wiped out by a fire which caused a. loss of JCO.OOO. The local postofllce wns destroyed. Lexington, Ky. William W. Evans, tho widely known and popular trotting horseman, who has long been regarded as the premier yearling handler of the world, died at his residence on South ire and Northern Alabama Thursday aft' srnoun and night. It wns is storm of many kinds. At jne place it was n deluge of mill. At mother it was a bombardment of hall. Always thero wns the tremendous sweep 9f the winds, at some' place assuming the gyratory motion of the rjekine, una st such places there was the usual of death snd disaster for thovi so unfortunate to be anight In the imlli of the remorseless1 whirlwind. Denmark, In Madison county, waa the grratest sufferer, so far as heard from. wiped That little town was praetfc-sllBl! the mnp, two persons losing their lives, a few other Mug dangerously and many slightly injured,; the homes, churches, business buildings ami mills and scattered over the twisted ami on ly tne ground and then srlred flames that promised to leave no vestige of the village that uMirlshml there only a few hours brforr. Other places suffered similarly, though to a less extent. At Whltevllle houses, a factorv snd a church were unroofed and twisted Into wrecks. Away up a far as Huntingdon, where the Carroll county fair wa In progress, the force of the wind was mi great arm the downpour of rain o torrential that It was necessary to close the fair for a time, though fortunately no great lam age was done to ijiilhllngs or to ev hlhita. The storm was by no means local In Its scope. During Thursday a large jiart of the Smth. ext of th- - Mississippi, was KtTrcted by heavy winds, by downfall of rain in great tor rent. Hetween Atlanta and Washington wires were down during the afternoon and night. A similar condition between Nashville and Atlanta. All North Alabama wa swept by the same storm that passed through West Ten nessee. .Memphis felt a toueh nf the storm. In the eastern aubutlss of this Uy about o'clock thert was a tremendous wind that uprooted some, trees, d(4llslitd. feist? ol the frailer sort ami did some damage to the rlertlleal service by breaking wires and felling oW. During the late hours of the evenln the sky was ovcr-caat with clouds of an ominous hue. In they were densely Mack, and place tgain they took on a yellowish color. At limes the formation of cloud bank w w4nl and tecullar. and ryes were strained to catch the first suspleloti of cloud that is regard the ed as the precursor of the cv clone; hut It never came. The peculiar ilUlurlaner that covered this part of the country was wide In il scote. It extended from North Alabama northwesterly to the Mississippi rher, north of this city. It extended a far east as Nashville and beyond, ther all that country the same hurricane of wind and deluge of water were experienced . In The wind was erratic in its poursi-some placi- -i It I rrrted to Iwue traveled northwesterly, and In other place It is said to have gone ill an exactly op posite direction. When Wires Went Down. The Louiasllle & NashWIle railroad felt the first elfectiTBt 4:30 o'clisrk, when at Cadsden, the first station south of Humboldt, all but three of the Western Union wire went down. An hour later at Stanton thrs remaining wires fell. Mercer, on the Naslullle, Chattanooga A St. Ixuls line, lost It wires at about the same time, and that pretented com- Uiunlratlon with Jackson and the other imiiortnnt iHiint In that direction. The Illinois Central did not escape the fury of the wind. North of Covington Its wires were Interruptcil late In the evening, but up in thst direction there are no reports of serious damage. It evident that the storm. was pretty well spent before It got that fur to the north west. Dvershurg wa not damaged material y by the storm. The anine high wind and Immense bail atone were csperl need there at 6 o'clock or thereabout, but no house were injured mid no persons were hurt. News From Up the Line. Hy reason of the vast extent of the disturbances the btislims of gathering new was made extremely difficult. The Associated 1'ress was hard put to it tu get Matter newa Into or out of Memphis. usually sviit direct from this city to Nashville, Uuilsvllln and Atlanta had to go drat to Little Hock, theme to Ht. ImuU and Chicago, then to Washington and Atlanta. upt aeenm-iMinie- Denmark Wiped OH Map Father anj Child Killed Many Injured. Jackson, Trim. Denmark wa visited by it cyclone Thursday afternoon, the most destructive In the history of this county. All the Muses In the town were blown down snd were on fire at list report mikI the ruins ate no douht consumed by the name rrei now. The storm Is horrible in It details and the story of Ins of life and suffer irg beggar description. The loss- of home and property Is henry, making the second visitation of the same kind within a few months. The storm cama up lilit o'clock In the afternoon, and attracted ronsUerubtn attention on account of tho severity with which it descended in the lieglnnlng. Al llariies was III his home with hi wife and baby, and, becoming alarmed, went under thiC ndu" with the baby In hi arm. They lis J been there only a few minutes is hen a Urrilie crash Mine tearing the house from It foundation and rasing it to the ground. Harne and his ImIm are iipMtnl to have been In' sUntly killed, and hU wife haj both leg broken by the fall. Jell Head ami Ale,x Meriwether were trap pet I In their house In ninth the same manner. Iteml had hi arm (rushed, and slniol from the shoulder his left arm Is ground to a pulp. Every Home Wiped Away. The loss of property will amount In thn value of nil the home In the tittle town. Immediately follow Irg the eyrlene the houses raught fire, and the whtlc town is a mass of smouldering- ruins, and It Is feared that seine other ate In the blackened ruin. Al Itarnrs, the vletlm of the storm wa a vonni man of anlv about M Sears, He had year n married )ioL,jpiltr and his child was only a month oM. Onoipany The Cumlwrlaiid Telef-honami the wires of the railroad are out of ' llljVo WM '"RH lr rs ll ? Of STOMAL EASY wfik Mrs ilenpcck DM ycj Who smokes In tfcn Mr. Ilenpcck Ht - OIL , umner; ew York Commi-- . . uiii ,.r -- .. f.. , , r , tua The eyrlsnc was lemrd of a far dtiwii on the Nn .t St. I. rMd B Whtte-vftlwhere It dantrn)stl the) Overall factory and demolished th IVxdiyterlin church, but so far as crmM ! learned no tlv were lost there. us. a v, ... i be Isn I miltn m n. they used to tell Ujt n Atjjw " SflM tampering with the A couple of clumsy t u,i tut let for him falhd (o & U.t day a young d- arun . i. J put house leading a new h "That's a tin- lor e l i. i old fellow shouted, at the fair' "'Vos.' said the d'a the other came m l! 4 'I bought hin; w ni out of thn coll ... a - juull ii-- t mt a- -i "The old man ! -- kt-- ATLANTA HIT HY HAIL. Storm Ranged the City Other Towns in Jeopardy. Atlanta. AtUuta was harried by wind and ball storm at nightfall Thursday which caused all estimated damage of $100,000 to property, and iullirtrd in juries more or less serious on many peo ple. For twenty minutes the wind blew with cyclonic force and hall stones of eiHiiumiis sire fell. The prifttiptil ilsm age wa done by hall, whieh fell In qusn title aufflHeet to rutlicly rover the street. Many of the stone were a Urge as billiard balls, anil they went through plate gbtis windows like cannon ImIIs. Nearly every window in the hoj- ping district wa sliaticrcd and titer is In the city with whole not a Cyclone "flood gra in is I f tn taken enough r. or a pair of tr utfrs t takln' enough to I ,v a I commlttln' a posi'ite i c True Representative i ' an ll 3. i-- lt 'I s. ol Rice. funnel-shape- Hlsmarck hasten' J t r e U when be entered showed his riva's arl t - i massive law and ant ' la vi 1 uir luiiini id iiiv - .. oiann-Hollwr- all but hia muita and llohcnlohe It auto, Poverty and 'c car ga-t tzl 1" i 't . Consuiretlen, window. At least thirty persons were knocked down ami Injured by the hail. The horse in the strrets were stampeded, and In two rases frightened animals dashed Into stores. One maddened horse rushed Into the A lea tar theater, causing a anlr. )triort indicate that the storm wa general in North (ieorgia, and that At tanta was only on the edge of the dls tur lance. Marietta, a town of 1,000 Inhabitants, twenty miles north of Atlanta, Is report ed wrecked. Telophono and telegraph wires are down and It will be late before reixirt a to .Marietta, can U confirmed. The trolley line between Marietta and Atlanta Is out of commission, and there are lx cars crowded with passenger marooned somewhere letween the two places. Not a town in North (liorgia can be reached by either telephone or telegraph, nnd it is feared destruction has been widespread. LIST OF THE DEAD. Injured Persons Found tn Widely Scat tered Localities. Nashville, Tenn. Only meager report have been received from the storm which swept over Middle and West Tennessee being Thursday afternoon, the wire down in a number of place. Only three persons are; so far reported and to have beeu killed Al Harne child, at IVmnark, in Madison county, and Tom Helm, at .Mulberry, Lincoln county. Harne' wife was Injured, but not fatally. At Ihiford btatlon, (Hie county, there was considerable damage. Ths 1 A N. station and freight house wa destroyed. Several other buildings wero dumaged. J. U. I'arson and Malburt Darker were In jured, but not fatally. German stntlstlct, wh. A SAA 1U.UUU h sb 1 Ci: fsal wm !u I die of consumption cf ' II KTII lUU'l I. J. t !" 9 "or ber only moderately the tame number of rri t per nn.l r.1 nunners ST inim iiiimi i lie fame leader, HU per -- -- t:i " llcf In their boacs rnnn nlirSTION Settled with Perfect It'i iiut Satlsfactioa a uyspepnt. nn.Y matter tO II ,j . i. - f.r-- 'f It wi jiv....-"- the ..t .n mm 1 the memucr time as eiii sta and can't eat I And wood mo u" --T - food without caujini: uwqucstlo becomes aouu. ' "1 .. Mnn An IIt.i 'My nii.uBuii . m.h. . , . . had no appetite tor ww get for: him, It secc;rn. "Ho was hardly -- Me to - I t taking .. m.I.f soon as no nn"'" " to w j nmfn on!r O as, MI UL I Stables Wrecked at Fair. Uroadway. Kvnns had been suffering Huntarille, Ala. The grand stand ut with an aneurism for flvo or six years the Tennessee Valley fair grounds, where and something over a year ago tlx the fair I In progress, near lluiitsillle, rouble became so pronounced that be Ala., was demolished by the storm and was compelled to put his horses inU half the stable on the grounds were other hands and give up work en- wrecked. No person are reported intirely. jured. year-ol- d sitomach trouble ,..heti. . of. everym ibs "T . ail e to got for mm io "f; an a vertlscmcnt a "got some ana trim next mar "" .. rrei r all though iv nlthnllKh regularly, kl'd fW homo at Bgbt b Nuts. ne few weeks. Ho vcm 10 . K . - '' " ..... ufternoon a limit 4 o'clock und lasted Ilohon, Ky. A Funnels' InstltuU about thirty minute. Tliu wind blew at a terrific rate, blow-lu- g will be held hero on October 20 and 2t down awnings, trees, etc. J. A. McClure, of Hickman, ond of the best and most extensive firmer In Tho rain fell In torrents und the hull the state, will direct the m Unto, ami could have been raked up by the bushel, e J. II. Walker, of Hopkltuvlllo, will Io some of the stones being as lurgo a STANTON IS WRECKED. Lexington, Ky. Native Hulle. a 2- GIBSON GETS ST0HM. bay filly by Moke, out of YelMany Houses in Little Town Unroofed low Hello, by (Jeneral Wellington, wot Kith Wind, Heavy Rain and Hall Yislt and Damaged. tho Kentucky Futurity for l'lace. (Stanton, TViiu. tits u ton wa visited trotters, In the second heat (HUson, Tenn. A terrible wind, rain by the worst wind storm for several the mllo In 2:07, shattering all nrevl- and hail storm struck (ilhsoii Thursday years Thursday evening at 5 o'elock. ouu records for trotters of her age. ste-ppl- J, W Duliulos residence wa blown from the foundation and considerably damaged. At least twenty house art partially unroofed, shad tree aru twist ed and blown down, The storm came up very suddenly from the northwest und only lusted u few' . lb had to set II .r nht- aiOPSi ... m,i. wo would i ttothetaie Havo you began w ular thing S.) I the dotcn My husband's m nrnvn , i ii inao offended like thoucht ho would nnd still crape tt, Havo you ntly ,u,,:.Mt got so 'lie two years n. ... O" It iHP iu utne . .....t,U i'' Cr.HM arape-Nuts- 111 , wu'"'. Vellvllh'." la J I be boot ltoau iu . ... r 7. ils .1 i a roaBon Uier re - lure. eggs. are Ulercil. ....in . ins' ' aeuulae, U, ' Farmers anil Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. ....ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.... That we offer to depositors. Other iRdocnnienta are of secondary importance. Upon tbis Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage. PV i. l " 1fVi "" 31 W'l lU lit 1141 hit en fttrje- l'or. JMBltnr On" IIW'I "" ii m"-- f r ri an inn i . i kl. Wkll stitution to be a member of which ! a duty, but emphatically no grest pleasure, to tbo sons of a New Yorh family of any prominence. Hut In Its management the younger generation holds no suffrage; and Is not slow to dcclnro that tho Primordial Is rightly named, characterizing tho Individual members of tho board of governors ns antediluvians, prchlstorlo monsters who have nover learned that laughter lends a savor to existence And so It Is that tho younger generation (which Is understood to Include Maltland nnd Banaeraan), whllo It religiously pays Its dues nnd has the name of tho PrlmiArdlal engraved upon Its cards, shuna those deadly respectable rooms and seeks Its comfort elsewhere. Maltland found It dull and depressing enough, that samo evening, tomo-thlnboforo seven. The spacious and Impressive lounging rooms were but sparsely tenanted, other than by the ennuled corps of servants; and tho few members who had lent the open doors tho excuse of their presence wcre of tho elderly type that hides Itself behind n newspaper In an easy chair and snorts when addressed. Tho young man strolled disconsolately enough Info t'ue billiard room, ) thence (dogged by a specter of to the bar, and finally. In sbftor desperation, to the dining room, whro ho selected a tablo nnd ordered an ovcnlng paper with his meal. When the former was brought hlra, ho sat up and began to take a new Interest In life. Tho glaring head-linethat mot his cyo on the front page proied as bracing as a slap la the face. "The Mnltland Jewels,'" he read, half aloud: "'Daring Attempt at Ilurg-lar"Mad" Mnltland Catches "Handsome Dan" Anlsty In tho Act of Cracking His Safe at Maltland Manor. Which Was Which? Both Principals Disappear.' " Tho news-storwas exploited as a "beat;" It could have been llttlo else, s slnco of Us "exclusive had been born from the fecund Imagination of a busy reporter to whom Maltland had refused an Interview whllo In his bath, some threo hours earlier. Mnltland discov ered with relief that boiled down to essentials It consisted simply of tho statement that somebody (presumably himself) had caught somebody (preg lone-llnctss y y nine-tenth- 11. BUCHANAN, President. J. A. THOnPSON, Cashier. n. DIRECTORS J. Buchanan. J. J. C. Bondurant, O. O. Threlkeld, M. 7. Alexander. Dr. J. Hubbard. B. M. I.l.r, T. A. Ledford, il ' '"it ' , . . . i . . i, - r- nW( uf ... r.ikinf III.nnm;. .1 It on iifir r ulo lind rune sua THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY i,rr ' . - ,?trfrnm th" n r t rut formfnc Tn rw.i of im- - woiM. appeared . in viui Mai'lumt ovrnm ......i "lU"""! id Jwi. nna S 1 v . . i S.7 - '.l u , . !. It t Ni w Vurk In hr ..tiA u- - t 1 L. . lilmyir Jw.how Mm tha blow. i r.llMl bv a The Ltt'r prorJ hlir lf nJ h rreutnJ Ilia intro.lu. in i xt lLitliml rwrlvnl a LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 'FOR RATES imT TO LOCAL HANAQER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE A TELEGRAPH CO. M.aroMTio 4 '3 ... -- i . Ma .. 11 l r ' n,. md'a IILl' .1 nt J A i 1 . - - 'v w c af rn- - i i tip iniurdlnir . ...i.i.hI r.titnre Tii' sirt In itniy iir.1' .IchL Thry ...... - -.- II.. XI. I."'. . . I'". Ida no i.itr with rnsemnt 'n., tl 1 br ... OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AN! . -- Absolutely THE BEST-- .. jumftiU duilns hi. fHAPTER r v. Continued. VIII t3 t ut thorn, tlmt iV.n vllhnnt ilolnvT c hs It milionaire Canned Goods. Hclnz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborns Coffees and Teas. Oil on or telephone us whan In aad of QROCEIUES, FRESH MEATS or FEEDSTUFF9. X ,t-k- I- ' nsilcuou place, wiicro . lk. 'l!l f "1 Iiailtrtl. wftal . irlllt. Mlsplacoil Telephone 6. ... It 'i.i.-- i i brird rrlnunaii. a r: k lo lvo the trca- . . ..Mlualln. nf vrl ts'li nml tlmolocki: 11 -- 3 Deliveries. . ... il . r ... . . . m Iflii... ... w 1 In tiiip lull, run I t 1 1 ii wnr Ledford & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1856. . - I r r- - w. n lilni 'rchwl lh npa . ..!. lih roa where f" . and i auc.l, i nr- - Reglaterlng Under the Name of "Mr. Daniels." r e . b .; r facility; In a 1.1 i umuii'iim til? iuIncriminating fcan J i rini furrj that Ii to aar. read Uh "if J nfifiljbuw cart-lean- t' - ( AnJ KnuRlieJ i' I IT '- 3 - ruik. red. alio pondered IIIUIU UJ IIIIV.IIIf 4li:i Hia print; thla ono . havo wonJcreill to look nnaln, espo- - ccr It r Ui.U w - ; ii i.'c ,t i f A. v. e ' T - r Mo .1 rontluilo 111 ( nF .r I t nil, luiir tht sentence. . inn rnin si i c. IH' n" c ii. j iiiiiiivmuii. hid and I no book uixin tha drawing from her lockrt illlt clavA. ilrnnnil "T i re bfx U and. head tilted Occ Jd!v an artistic ef a I :cMc' bene i I !cacJ vlth herself; Ann nnu in ' t j r nmii " t -. I . w fIl'.r .1.1 .. .1 I . .. . . -I .. r . . m mvicai-u- , uisiurucu mo S3!rtc(,vietuilr 1 cB not 0. I enn not! To inoll !t l'l l H tbf must Sho mtmt forcrt n mi t mv.I" il.lnrl.il n.llr.. ... 1. .in. iiiiiiaiiwii Willi ai ... jr mat anotheia hann n Icr.r in. i.-. .i u4iniit.r uunnnnpii iirwin m .1 .no linn iriiwi ttnii Ul.M. . "iv - 11,1.1 ii . mini uuiu ma must nun. ttn. A:' hw'-.- r hfr head In token nf hi- .. KlU'1 n ih. i... ijv iiiinfu iiiiicu in im r in oin a. .1,1. rtlil n Ihn "oe ftf . iv ..nll .i .man nnun caueni ncnin.t . .'i I hr. ..... . ... Oictth 4. Mir- - nn ,. . - i .'.-- ,t. i -- -. . 1 .Biuntj, . .. .J.". ne Btooneil. . ii . . with: . ". and alrnlDlilnnml - i 111., "' .. IC!1 i (if Ihiini" ilnni.llt.rF ivujrii. C'J:t ...r.."r Hum .. u tTK'A!. avo ilriinn.i.l it.. 'iii aiiiiizfi lint" a r mi nr II " ....... HI1V1 linn n .ImI f . lft.il fair tB , i ... "i .. i ' "l ",,w 10 ur,n8 . ... i. :irr ii.a nf u,u,ur Ali a IB' II this was a aort of nin at Icaat); but cmo . Cfer thi ... M-- . tifiifii v ,' u an, UWH unuH t..-H 1101 41 clou "Ibt ,f:;,;UnJi-','- u." vu. un this mid. conlcm-.n'- WrL,!ie no,cht,(J tnl Blips tm V ?n?or' ,,5 ruefully. ,a"8h01 ' iote tnj, tlocdcd f," T'lr'i10"'1' toU,Croburg.b,'. WM for a - r'conliod, nofarloua Merraluod. put- 1)0 'a V1 1ulbl)l?- Sho Would 'rt ; r "i l:er c::',Dlt,!;'l'r n kUdnoBg nnd WouIa UBo tl,c"i cold- - rnnu... .... She cloed the door, grateful that Its latch slipped silently Into place. and fairly Hung herself upon the window, painfully bruising her soft hands In vain endeavor to ralso tho sash. It stuck nhstlnatoly, would not yield. Too late, sho remembered that sho had forguttcn to draw tho catch fatal oversight! A sob of terror choked In her throat. Already footsteps were hurrying down tho hall; a lino of light brightened underneath tho door; voices, excitedly keyed. bandied question nnd comment, nn un- mtstaknblo Irish broguo mlnglng with a clear enunciation which sho had but too great reason to remember. Tho pair bad passed Into tho noxt room. Sho could hear O'llagan announcing: "So wan here, sor." time. If need bo; Maitland's caroless-ncs- a "Thon It's tho dining room, or the tpnrcd her tho necessity. trunk closet. Como nlong!" Shu lifted It out of a lower drawer, One Inst, frantic nttempt! Hut tho nnd put It In her lap. The smallest window catch, rusted with long dishey fitted tho lock at the first attempt. use, stuck. I'antlng, sick with fear, Tho lid camo up and tho girl leaped nway and crushed herPerhaps It Is not altogether discred- self Into a corner, crouching on tho itable that ono should temporarily for- floor behind a heavy box, her dark get ono's compunctions In tho cloak drawn up to shield her head. moment of triumph. The girl And the door opened. uttered a llttlo cry of joy. A flood of radlanco from tho reCrash! tho front door downstairs lighted student lamp fell athwart tho had been slammed, floor. Tho girl lay closo and still, holdSho was on her feet In a breath, ing her breijth. faint with fear. Yet not so ovorcomo Ten seconds, pcrhnps, ticked on Into that sho forgot her errand, her eternity; seconds that were In themAs ilio stood up sho dropped selves eternities. Then: "No ono tho d!pV-- i box back Into tho drawer, hero. O'Hagan." without sound, nnd, opening her Tho door was closed, and through hand-bagslurred something Into It. Its panels moro faintly camo: "Faith, No tlmo to dr more; a dull nimble and tho murdherlng dlvvlo of mascullno voices was distinctly, flew th coop nforo yo como must 've In.sor." frightfully ntiiTblo In tho stillness-o- f Tho Girl tried to rise, to make again tho homo; vceo of men conversing together In tho Inner vestibule, Ono for tho window; but It wns ns .though laughod, and tho laugh scorned to her limbs had turnod to water; there penetrato her bosom llko n knlfo. Then was no strength In her; nnd the blackboth strodo across tho tiling nnd began ness swam visibly before her eyes, rato ascend, nc wns cloarly told hor by diating awny In whirling, streaky cirfootsteps sounding deadened on the cles. Even such resolution nnd strong will padded carpet. she turned to tho as was hers could not prevail against that student lamp and with n quick twirl eyes numbing, deathly exhaustion. Her closed and her head fell back and upward Jerk of tho chlmnoy-cntcextinguished tho flume. A reck of agnlnst tho wall. It scorned but an Instnnt (though smoke Immediately began to foul tho clo.se, hot ulr; nnd sho know that It It was In point of fact a full flvo minwould betray tier, but was helpless to utes) ore the sound of n voice again sho was caught, roused her. Mop It. llosldes, Sho lookod up, dazzled by a gush (tapped, damned boyond redemption unluss unless It wero not Maltland, of warm light. lie stood In tho doorway, holding th aftur all, but ono of the other tenants, unexpectedly returnod and bound for lamp high above his head, his face palo, gruyo, and shadowed as i another flat. Futllo hope. Upon tho landing by peered down at her, tllo door tho footsteps censed; and a "I have sent O'llagan away," he key grated In tho wards of tho lock. said, gently. "It you will please to Dllnd with terror, hor solo thought come, now" an Instinctive Impulse to hldo and so CHAPTER IX. avert discovery until tho last posslblo Procrastination. Instant, and ou tho baro chonco of somothlng happonlug to save her, tho The cah whIUi picked Maltland up girl caught up her skirts nnd Med llko at his lodgings carried him but n few a hunted sliudow through tho alcovo, blocks to tho club at which ho had, tho thrrugh tho bed chamber, thenco down provlouu evening, entertained his lawtho halt toward tho dining room and yer, Maltland had selected It as the kllchcu olllces. ono of nil tho clubs of which ho and Tho uutor door was bnlng opened Ilauucrman woro members, wherein oro sho had reached tho hiding place he was least llkuly to meet tho latter Nolther frequented Its sober precincts sho bad In mlud the trunk closet from which, sho lemumbored remark- by habit. Its savore and classical building on n cornor of Madiing, a wludow opened upon a It was barely posslblo, a son aveuuo overlooking the square, U lighting clmnco. but tho outward presentment of on In nftor-noonbuc-ces- s. , I'anlc-atrlcke- There war a hrlnht spot of color on either chrt-- and a hot light of anger in her ryes ns nho set about her task. It would nerv b lass hideous, never lets Immediate. Tho desk draweta yielded easily to the eager keys. Ono bv ono she bad them open and tl.clr tx.ntents oiplorcd 's vain repetition of joaterday fruitless task. Hut sho must bo Hurt, sho must loavo no stono unturned. Mnttlnnd Mnnor vrna closed lo her for ever, becauso of last night. Dut here sho wns safo for a few short hours, nnd freo to wako ansuranca doubly sure. Thcro remained tho dispatch box, tho black Japanned tin box which had proved obdurate yesterday. Sho had coma prepared to break Its lock this TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Successor to B. O. IUmage, deceased.) Harble and Granite flonuments CURBINO, MICKflAN, comprising blurred half-ton-o reproductions of photographs taken on tho Maltland estate; a dhv gram of tho library, as fanciful as tho text-IIlluminated, nnd two portraits, sldo by side, of tho heroes, himself and Anlsty, excellent likenesses both of the originals and of each other. Mr. Multlaud did not enjoy his din- sumably Anlsty) burglarizing tho II brnry eafo at Maltland Manor that morning; that one of tho somebodies (no ono know which) had ovorpowcred the other nnd left blm In charge of the butler, who had presently permitted his prisoner to cscapo and then tatkod for publication. It was not to this so much that MaltIt was tho Illustraland objected. tions that alternately saddened and maddened the young man; tho said Illustrations STONE t WORK i ( all kinds, IRON FENCING. t KENTUCKY Davidson & Stubbs Meet Your Friends AT Lauderdale's DENTISTS. OFFICES: Hlctraun, Ky. Over CowgUTs drug Tonsorial Parlors A Bast in Hickman. Hot and cold baths; elaotrto lights and fans, hydraulic chairs and everything for comfort. ner. Anxious and preoccupied, he tasted tho dishes mechanically; and when they had all passed before blm, took his thoughts and a cigar to a gloomy corner of tho smoking room, whero ha sat for two solid hours, debating the matter pro and con, and arriving at no conclusion whatever, save that Hlg gins was doomed. At 10:15 ho began to contemplata with positive pleasure tho prospect ol discharging tho butler. That, at least, was action, something that he could do; wherever elso ho thought to mova ho found himself baffled by tho blank darkness of mystory, or by his fear of publicity and ridicule. At 10:20 he decided to move upon Greenfields at once, and tolcphonod O'Hagan, advising him to profess ig. Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. Naxt door to 'Jones' Cafe. store. Union City, Tenn. LAND Cash Book Store FOR SALE building. In C B. A. Splendid Selection . . . New Books, Stationery, Post Cards, Both city anil farm property at reasonable prices. If you have real estnte for sale, let us jet you a buyer. ADDRESS: nnranco ot his employer's whore-about-s. At 10:2:, or In tho midst of his admonitions to tho Janitor, he changed his mind and decided to stay In New York; and Instructed the Irishman to bring him a suit caso containing s necessaries; Ids intention being tc fMy out tho night at tho club, and to the matutinal slego of his lodgings by reporters nnd dotectives. At 10:45 a club servant banded him the card of a representative t the Evening Journnl. Maltland directed that the gentleman be shown Into the rweptlon room. M 10:46 ho skulked out of the club by a side entrance, Jumped Into a cab and had hlmsolt driven to tbo East Thirty-fourtstreet fero'i arriving there Just In time to miss the last train for Greenfields Deniod the sheltor alike of his lodgings, his club, and his country home, tho young man in despair caused blm h Notions, Etc Cell and see eur stock. Everything Hickman Courier Realty Ilickuian. Kentucky. to MarvBerendes&Gompany Let Us Be Your Waiter We never tire of helping others when they ask for good job printing. Wc can tickle the most People who exacting typographic appetite. partaken of our excellent service come have back for a second serving. Our prices are the most reasonable, too, and you can always depend on us giving your orders the most prompt and careful attention. Call at this office and look over our samples. solf to bo conveyed to tho Hartholdl hotel, whoro, possessed of n dovll ol folly, ho preserved his incognito by reg storing uudcr the uatno ot "M. Daniels." And straightway retired to hU room. (TO MK JOB PRINTING iT littla --i"Vi- -rJf COKTIMUUIU can do tht claw Jut a than the other fellow. Wedding invitations, letter head., bill heads, sale bill., itatements, dodgers, cards, etc., all rcoivr U same careful Uc&tmuit Juit a llttlo better than scut necessary. Prompt Olivary always. chator Winter's iiinpGi ilium mk m -- k. nhoio iiiiiiin i z w Fresh Oysters Crescent Cafo. Oco llnrrls spent Sunday In I'nlou City. Will Flnck, of Union City, was hero Sunday. Buy your coal now. A Coal Co. Hickman Ice Baltzer Sr Dodds Hickman, D, G. Co, Kentucky- - Make your home comfort able and cheery by outfit ing it with bright, new fur niture and fixtures. We are displaying a new and complete line of home fur nishings at our Tho best coffoo you evor drank a tho CrcsconL and Furnishing Goods PECK'S CLOTHING OUR; SPECIALTY Clothing, Shoes, Hats YYTYYYYTTTYYTYTTTTTYYY John Saunders, of Woodland, hero Sunday. Miss Dottlo Ion City, was Davidson was in Un Friday. Ask to See BEST Mrs. J. M. Held visited In Fulton one day last week. Mrs. John llruer, of Clayton, was Two ffig Stores What Sewing Clocks STONE'S LEVEL hero Saturday shopping. -- Solid oak rocking chairs S6c each Homo Furnishing Co. -- Mrs. Kato Doss, of Doronn, was here Saturday shopping. io Work Shoes FOR MEN AND BOYS Do You Need Machines ? . Let us build you a kitchen cabinet or a box couch. Hickman Job Shop will find the season's most authorative styles, each the exact counterpart of the custom tailor's most exclusive product. The fabrics are bright, snappy looking weaves, noted for service; every suit a model of smartness and sure to please. In the Peck Clothing you YYYYYYTYTTTTTT....m aarawear U SB J - Shoes For Men Cypress Shingles $1.00 a thousand Yates 4. Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman Ky. 11.35 up Dressers, plain and fancy Bed Springs Paper Window Shades Rugs, Art Squares Lace Curtains Carpet Paper Smoothing Irons Heating Stoves Cooks and Ranges Iron Beds Cots Wall 2,50- - 3,00- - 3.50 Heating Stoves at nil prices from Homo Furnishing Co. Wood $10.00 to $25.00 Plenty of Ice-Water. $3.50 AAAAAAAAAAAAlAAAiAUli or Coal. Telephono your grocery order to tho Old Reliable all goods delivered. No. 3S build, you wont good work. Seo B .S. Elliott at Hickman Job Shop. Mrs. Lizzie Lowo and ltttlo daugh ter, of Paragould, Ark., nro the guests of Miss Llzzlo Ambarg. Dr. McKeel and wifo have return ed to Mayflold, Ky., nfter a visit to D. B- - AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA We want everybody that comes to Hickman Taft's Day, Oct. 26to store your headquarter. make our When you Children's Beds Granlteware Blankets, Comforts Mattresses Rocking Chairs of all kinds Restaurant Stools Children's Rockers Stove Pipe, Stove Buckets Chlffonelrs Wood Beds Bed Springs Wilson and family. Princess Dressers High Chairs Window Glass, all sizes You never did beforo but you can now buy doublo cano chairs from us at J3.G0 per sot. Homo Furnishing Co. Tho Ladles of tho Embroidery Club will bo entertained next Friday aftor noon at tho homo of Mrs. C. L. Stove Repairs Trunks, all sizes Walker. Thrco months subscription to tho Courier will cost you only 25c. Try It three months, If you aro not al ready taking it. Quality counts In Shingles. Don't be deceived get the best, by buy Ing direct from the mill. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. You can learn by a look through tho stock of Hart Schaffner & Mnrx clothes shown by Smith & Amberg what a variety of new patterns aro to be had in men's clothing fabrics Tho Ladles of tho Embroidery Club bad a delightful tlmo Friday afternoon from thrco to flvo at tho homo of Mrs. D. B. Wilson. This was tho first entertainment of tho Club slnco last spring, and was much enjoyed Thcro was a largo number of guests present besides tho members. A salad courso was served. CASH or CREDIT We carry, In addition to our reg ular stock, a large line of second hand goods which are sold at ex tremely low prices. We Sell Furniture For LESS MONEY Than Any House in Interested In coming to Hickman v the following letter to Mr. Al Karl Tho Dyersburg Northern Railroad Indicates. Is a short lino between Dyersburg and Tlptonvlllo, Tenn., connecting Dear Sir: Tho negotiations for tho purchase with tho I. C. at tho former town It has nlwnys been n part of tho plans of tho Dyersburg Northern Railroad of management of tho road to soon- wcro reopened by Mr. Rico, myself er or later make an extension of this nnd Mr. Watklns, of Now York, which resulted In tho purchase of the stock line from Tlptonvlllo to Hickman opening as It would a fluid practical-l- of this road, and wo aro now In n undeveloped and traversing some losltlon to discuss tho question of exof the finest agricultural land In the tension to Hickman nuthoritlvely. XT. S. Willi the people there, and wo would It will bo remembered that two llko for you to begin thinking of this gentlemen wore In this city In thJcar-l- matter along Uio lines which wo sub spring In tho Interest of building mltted to you In tho spring. tho Hlckman-Tlptonvlllextension. Wo appreciate very much tho Inter At that tlmo tho railroad In question est taken by yourself and others In u was owned and operated by Mr. Halt. last May, and hope that there may bo Its builder. Ho gavo Messrs. Lattn n renewal of that Interest now. and Ulco n limited option on rankI'leasu make known theso facts to ing tho deal which thoy presented to your people, nnd at a latter date our citizens, but tho red tape Involv- will again tako this matter up with ed In tho maturing of this proposi you. tion and lack of tlmo together caused Yours very truly, It to fall through. SInco then, S. Granger Mr. Hall has sold his railroad I'rcsldont. to well. It doesn't matter who O nnd .Mr. Latta Is President and Gon-er- a I Manager. In other words Latta DOINGS AT OORENA. is n tho saddlo and In a position 'Too Into for last week.) to tako somo definlto action. Ho is Jack Frost has como at last. Wo arc having fine weathor. Ercll Maddox went to Hickman Saturday. THE DYERSDURO NORTHERN. y o how-ovo", Maks tho Farm Mow Attractlrt last .vwk visiting tho schools She was highly pleased with tho condiYou can do this tr kiua tions nt locust Grovo school, and said It was one nmong tho best In telephone. You can ckj titl rounding on ycur tun Jj u the county. tractive to your nzt aid ditib O as If you were lli.oj la tie Uir This Is to notify tho public that a bis city. Our ex;Jst hereafter I shall not bo rseponslblo attractive '"aruer Lite ttni: ' ratti lor any debts or other obligations that not to bo compared . h thj be:? r may bo contracted by my son, Gcorgo derived. Call tho Ueovcs. who Is a minor. K. E. Reoves, Cumberland Telephsni A Tilej'J p Hickman. Ky. Company, Incorparatit cii 17-4- Artf'i lllr Vl! rromilr dttrtTt th smni trut earn hUlns half. II nourUfxt Iht reflates lhro la health. Th tulf stop bains' out. grows mor npiJlr. rnlllnir tiulr rub-but- t, Am'slUIr Wtm JJ Does not Color the lnPrvl!fnl J Sulphur. (Itu tiinJrvX svrms IKil trui of Ouw'mll HmII,c. aim la A bciltar Dandruff rwr!tin ou. ij lin II cw IW H I u1 ait t We Ult you to poilively and sJiitlnctly understand thit Aw i Ito sI.cMnt Vigor docs not affect the color of the hMr even to degree. Persons with the wlillrst or the IlKl.lcst nJ m:t delicate blond hair may use It freely without hating the hair nude a shade dutn Cherrl. fVM,rHT QvUun. Sodium OJortf. Show tnit formula o your doctor. P ATf Aik him what he IhlnU U l.l! I Mm. "SANSPARIEL" FLOUR Western Kentucky I ANOTHER Mrs. IMancliu Dick Is very sick "CREAM OF THE WHEAT" Sold hv most eroeera. Everv sack or barrel - '"f'l anletd or your money back. Nothing equal to It f.r Take no substitute. A less expensive but gsod C:Jr it car grade patent "oiak. iryui aiiocoih cnup, with fever. It is now figured that In 7,307 years Wo glvo you a cordial Invitation to make your headquarters with us tho last cinder of our coal will bo on Tart's Day and all other days found In tho ash box. Well, In tho first place, if tho preachers tell tho truth, by that tlmo wo will not need any coal. In tho next place theso figures forgot that tho coal wo havo now was mado In much less time, with billions of tons wore now In process of perfection. WOMAN Guy Hall had business In Charleston, Tuesday. l' Bir"l mja St Louis Fur. Co. CURED By Lydia E. PinkhanTs Vegetable Compound John llryant went to Capo Girardeau, Sunday on business. Kcrby Crosno, of Crossno, was lu tho neighborhood last week. Luther Illnshaw wont to East I'ral-rllast Friday on business. Tho protracted meeting closed with tho result of four professions. C. H. BESHERS, (Successor to Bcshcrs & Jackson) MOSE BARKETT, Agent Hickman, Ky. OFFICIAL (1) PROGRAM. For Taft's Day. CHEAP March to Pagoda accompanied by band playing "Stars and Stripes Forever." 2 minutes. (2) Introductory speech by Honor able Augustus B. Wlllson, Gov. of Kentucky. 10 minutes. The President's minutes. Address, 30 (3) COW FEED! MOONSHINE A mixture of Hackle, Shucks, Small Grains of Corn, Silks, Etc., at W Song, "Tho Red White and Blue," by 600 School Children. B minutes. An Address for Hickman, Hon. (5) (G) It. T. Tyler. 6 minutes. Song, "My Old Kentucky Homo,' by School Children. 5 minutes. Return to Boat. 2 (7) minutes. 15c per wagon oad, if hauled immediately, Half a dozon men were walking up a country road one of tho warm days last summer; they took off their at gin. , F. coats for comfort, and flvo of tho coats had the Hart Schaffner & Marx name la them. Smith & Ambers say that's about the proportion G to 1. & S. all sick Mrs, Claru 13, Graham. Sun- L. DodrJs Co, Invites advice. women to Iswrite 1 or advloe tier for Ire. orlntoudent of Charleston,County hero' was auu always) helyiuL 1 A number of tha boys from hero Gardiner. Maine. "I have bm went to Meedley Sunday to play ball great sufferer from organic troubles Mr. I'atterson, of Hickman, visit aim ii severe female weakness. Tho ed her sister, Mrs. Dora Whtto last doctor said I would week. have to go to the hospital for an Guy Hall wont to Clinton last week operation, but I nnd while there ho purchased n new could not bear to think of It. 1 de- buggy. cided to try Lydia John Fletcher and Howell King vis ism It. Pinkliam'a Vog- - ited In Kast l'ralrlo Saturday and uiauie uomnound and Sana tlvo wash Sunday. and was entirely Di. Illackford, of Hickman, wus cured nftr liro monins- uso or tnem." Mrs. 8. A. called to see one of Mrs, Dunns lit . j 11 T T? T n Wirrviud ... II AS. ilVl AW, iU& OVf tlo girls last Friday . Gardiner, Me. No woman should submit to a surer!. Mrs PolliatuuB und daughter, Mary, cal operation, which may mean death, visited Mrs. Lucy Illnshaw, of Hick-mauntil she has idven Lydia K. 1'iuk ham's Saturday and Sunday. Vegetable Compound, mado exclusive ly irom roots auu neros, a lair trial. A number of citizens aro prepar This famous medicine for women has for thirty years proved to be the ing to rulso tho church houuo nnd most valuable tonio and renewer of put new blocks under It. This has the femalo organism. Women resid ing In almost every city and town In been much needed for somo tlmo. the United States bear wllllnsr testi A pie supper will bo given ut Lo mony to the wonderful virtuo of Lydia K. riukham's Vegetable Compound. cust Groo church Saturday night, ! l Aitraa iviUHtu Ufa nml Aranlna iUUt Oct. 23rd. Everybody Is invited to vuiva fa t it i a Alio, unit utuatva ant, buoyant femalo health. If vou como Tho money will bo for tho are 111, for your own sake as well as benefit of tho prcachetH who have thoso you love, give 1( a trial. Airs. IMilklimn. ut IiViiii. Manx.. been with us tho past year. COAL! GOAL! of mm Now is the time to lay in your winter's supply COAL. Don't wait until the coluave flag reminds you of your negligence. , J.-- Bon Air Lump Coal - - - $4'50 Tradewater Lump Coal, - - $3,75 Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, and Anthracite Coal, upon application. Steam T 1 Hickman Ice & Coal INCORPORATED. Co. atnimmccmcnt: Tb For Mngil"ate: ,",,,,Cl U MMll"' A II Licet prescriptions filled Qlck ty and Accurately by Registered Pharmacists take them to. If you wish to have your NOTICE TO VOTERS. To the voters of Fulton County! as I hovo been very busy this fall nttnndlng to tho duties of my offico I haven't had tho opportunity to canvass tho county and ask you for your support, In tho coming Novombor election. I mado n canvass of tho county last year nnd don't think It right to neglect tho duties of my of fico to mako another canvass, I ask you publicly to go to tho polls on tho 2nd day of November and cast your vote for mo. Thanking you for past favors, I remain your most obedient servant, W. A. Naylor, '..nnt,Tir. r niuw - NOMINEES For , Representative: .tJmllolMKI.irlct Cowgill's Drug Store where you may' get your Drug wants at any hour Fkank S. Moore For Sheriff: COAtXiKR JOHNSON DAY OR NIGHT Gowgili's Drag store (Incorporated) Circuit Court Clerk. MORRIS Judgo Fulton Co. Court, O All Peters' Diamond Brand Shoes Now at j, w. For Jailer. Council Proceedings lllckmnn, Ky., Oct. i, 1909. Council met In regular session. Present Mnyor Dillon, CouncIImcn 8chlenker, Dottemwortli, dray, Sway-n- yjZ NOONON good thing for this town that our men havo a chanco to wear such clothes as Hart Bchaffner & Marx mako. Smith & Ambcrg aro selling It's a lots of them. SMITH-MOOR- School Superintendent. SMITH ..Cut Prices.. We have on hand a big stock of Peters Diamond styles. We handle no Brand Shoes, including other brand but Peters. We have now put on our tables a big line of these shoes in mens, ladies, misses and childrens, on all of up-to-da- MLS DORA County Assessor: i .'AS. BEADLES County Judge. W,'A.NATLOR County Attorney: JAS W. ROKET County r Court Clerk: t. RorER T1GKET. INDEPENDENT For Sheriff. HAS HOOHOM For County Judge. SAUNDERS JAMES II For W Jailer. r OUKEMORE Do You Fire lire Carry Insurance Dodds and Lcdford. In company with Miss Magglo HenMinutes of last meeting wcro read, ry nnd Irvln Fnulks tho couplo drovo and put on motion, approved and lo tho rcsldcnco of Esq. Ilruor, of signed. county, for tho purpose of having Tlio following accounts wcro pre tho worthy magistrate act as master sented, properly approved, and on of ceremonies, but upon their arrival, motion allowed and checks ordered they learned that ho was away from Issued for amounts: home. Since love laughs at lockJ. II. I'rovow, building water smiths and mounts every harrier, 2.00' they soon hnd Iter. Mctheny on the S trough J. II. llrndborry, street work 127.G0 sceuo and ho proceeded to mako them F. & SI. Dank, assigned city man and wife. Hall Chairs 71.23 Tho bride Is a daughtcro of C. F. Dillon & Cox, Improvements Smith, the pns engine manufacturer, on City Hall C6.00 and resided with her parents in West II. Ico & Coal Co., streetlights being ono of the lllckmnn. 2C.2& most charming and scnslblo young and Ico Hickman Drug Co., mdso. City ladles of tho city, she has a host of Hall 3.05 friends In her social circles. Hunilker & Son, blacksmith- Mr. Mooro Is a son of Mr. and ing 4.50 Mrs. II. Moore, nlso of tills city, and 3.00 Is well known to most of our readHalllo Thomas, work streets V. A. Dodds, material for ers, having looked after tho wants of C.C0 our people In the paint nnd papering streets 10.80 lino for a number of years. Ho Is a H. L. a ray, blacksmlthlng.. Hickman Concrete Co., con- hustler and well liked by his many C0C.77 crcto work bachelor" friends. J. A. Noonon, dieting prison Congratulations. s Tho marrlago and J. L. Moore, nftcrnoon, enmo to the friends parties. of Miss Edna Smith of this city, Sunday as quite a surprlso of tho contracting te Ob-In- ii which the price has been cut. This will enable you to buy your shoes for all your family for fall at a great saving in price. Look at these prices, all of which will be found on these tables today. Child's Kid Shoes, "Wonder" and "Ruth" cut from Childs' Vici and Box Calf, worth 85 to 65C 1.00 1.25. cut to Child's fine Kid Shoes "Beauty" cut from SI to. Misses fine 1.75 Vici and Box Calf cut to Misses Box Calf, Kangaroo Calf and Vici cut to Misses Vici Blucher "Weatherford" cut to - 85c 1.25 1.50 ers Tom 61.10 J.st think what you would in cue your property should when If you earfo cp in ned i policy In cne of my com-pui- ti y: j Tould have lometning tottirtb with again. Don't put this matter off or j ciy be too late. ro-- Dillon, Jr., street work 2t5.CS (acc't filed) Tom Dillon, Jr., miscellaneous DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED. : R, T. TYLER, Agent. Cottage ur Hotel... " HlCKMAH, Kt. Roonjs and Board WttlU til Reasonable Rates 1! by local applications, as they cannot 1.00 claims diseased portion of tho car. Ilcport of City Treasurer for Sept. reach the only one way to' euro deaf Thoro is 1909. ness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an General Fund Account Inflamed condlUon of tho mucous lin To balanco per Aug. report J1G39.3S ing of tho Eustachian Tube. When 99.95 this tubo Is Inflamed you havo a To amt. reed, of H. C. Helm 531.10 rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, To amt. reed. Tom Dillon and when It Is enUrcly closed, Deaf 12173.23 ness is tho result an I unless tho can bo takon out and this Ily checks paid during Sept. 1872.51 S 300.72 tubo restored to Its normal condition. Hal. to credit this acct hearing will bo destroyed forover; nino cases out of ton aro caused by Water and Light Bond Account. Catarrh, which is nothing but an InI1C04.73 flamed condition of-- tho mucous sur To bal. per Aug. report To amt reed. Tom Dillon, Jr 453.05 faces. Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars $2057.78 for any caso of deafness (caused by Uy Int paid on bonds 720.00 catarrh) that cannot bo cured by 1337.78 Hall's Catarrh Curo. Send for circuHal. to credit this acct. lars, frco. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Tolodo.O. City Hall Account Sold by druggists, 76c. Take Hall's Family Pills for con To bal. per Aug. report I 4.41 To amt reed. Tom Dillon, Sr 25.25 stipation. 7.C0 To amt. reed. H. C. Helm COMING TO HICKMAN. Misses Fine Patent Buttons, cut from $2 to Ladies Kang. Calf and Vici cut to Ladies Box Calf and Vici Black Diamond and Sparkler cut to Ladies Patent Foxed Bluchers cut to. Ladies Par Excellence and Diamond Special, 1.75 1.50 1.50 t 75 2.00 $4 and $3.50 shoes cut to finest LfVO O AO 275 Mens finest Patent Leather and Button Blucher cut from $6 and $5 to 350 Mens Diamond Special, patent colt, gun metal and vici, cut to 350 Mens 18 Carat gun metal and patent colt cut to 300 Mens fine tan and black box calf and vici, cut from 3.50 to Mens Black Diamond, box calf, gun metal and vici cut to. Boys Black Diamond, gun metal and vici cut to 2.25 2.00 Slogans tTOEE Sewing FREE runs lighter than any other. laiti longer than any other. is Speaking ot tho railroad proposi tion, tho Lako county Nows says: Tho Dyorsburg Northern railroad To amt. overdrawn I 234.17 extends from Dyorsburg, Dyer counV. C. Johnson, City Treas. ty, to Tiptonvllle, Lake county, Ib 31 miles In length, and passes through Ilcport of City Marshal for Sept., tho towns ot Flnloy, Lenox, Hudson. Ily check during I Sept 37.26 271.43 The Most Remarkable Value-Givin- g in Mens and Boys Clothes You Ever Heard of. Suits that were made to sell at $12.50,815 and $16.50. Materials from which they are Every garment is made is strictly first-claswell made and strong. You can't equal them anywhere for double the price. We $5.50 give choice of any coat and vest for Buy Your Towels, Linens, Crash, Table Cloths, Napkins 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 opportunity for you. We a great money-savin- g can only mention a few items, but remember we have very many other equally as good. Machine tFREE more WREE na beautiful than any oth cr. leas vitratioa than any oth cr. WREE easier to operate than any other. manes a more perfect cn than any other. FREE XFRER "the test of all combined in one. 5fWC mail MACHINE CO. been president and general manager, Taxes collected during Septf 792.C5 while Mr. Latta has been Fines collected during Sept 194.50 and Mr. Hlco tho claim agent. Two passenger trains havo bocu oper I hold Treas's. receipts for S 987.15 ated dally, besides tho equal number of freight trains, and It Is said that Tom Dillon, Jr., C. M. tho road has been remunerative from tho start. It 1b sated that tho now Tho Clerk reported that ho had ex- owners will extend tho lino to Hick- ecuted Uio following cemetery deeds mau, Ky., about fifty miles further, and that ho hold Supt. Dillon's re- will put In now rolling stock and ceipts in payment for Bamo, greatly Improvo the roadbed. aeorgo Edmonds, for west halt of O lot No. 220 In city Cemetery, site of LEECH PORTER. halt lot 20x20 ft., balanco consideraS 14.00 Invitations havo been Issued to tho tion wedding of Miss Lillian Leech, of N. J, Co rum, for west half of lot Ingo, to Mr. Horton Urooks Porter, 2C2 in City Cemetery, slzo of half Hlllsboro, Texas, to bo solemnized lot 20x20 ft, consideration 132.00. tho homo of tho brldo's parents, On motion tho following reports upon Wednesday afternoon, Nov, 7. wuro received, ordered spread Miss Leech Is aulto an attractive tho records, published and filed. very popular In ho On motion tho Mayor was Instruct- young woman and homo town. Sho has hosts or rrlonus ed to loan 1500.00 out of tho Wuter Hickman where she often visits and Light Uond Account for a term family of D. 11. Wilson, 5 years, at G per cent. Interest, in- tho of O terest payable annually, secured by Mrs. A. O. Caruthors returned from first mortgago ou real estate. Nashville last week, where she has On motion all license privileges been in a hospital for sovoral months wcro turned over to tho Finance celving treatment for paralysis or Committee of tho Taft Celebration on the limbs. Sho is thought to be some Oct 20, 1909. better. On motion, Couucll adjourned. t: 1909. Mlnok nnd Kldgley. It. M. Hall has You Can Now Buy Pants for Fall Wear at Less than Half Price. We have a big line of these and are ing the most astounding reductions. mak- Pants up to cut to Pants up to 3.00 cut to Pants up to $4 and $5 cut to 1.75 1.00 1.50 2.50 Table Linen, very wide 85c Table Linens for 35c white Table Linen for 35c Red Toble Linen for 50c Buff Toble Linen for 75c Tabic Napkins for 2.50 Table Napkins, very large size 3.00 Table Napkins Bleached Turkish Towels. $2 white Counterpanes 1.25 White Counterpanes $1 white 85c 75c 29c 25c 39c 59c 10 & 2.40 25c 1 48 98c SBBSBBBBSBBBBlBBBBBBBBiMSMlBBlBBBBMHaBlBlBBBBMSSiBSlBBBBBBBBBMSBSBSHBBBBBBBBBBSBMSSHSBBBa And You Can Buy Childs Suits at Prices Almost Like Giving Away. Childs Suits up to 1.75 cut to 1.00 Childs Suits up to 3.00 cut to 1.50 Childs Suits up to 5 and $6 2.50 These Ladies Skirts and Underskirts Are Excellent Values at Cut Prices. We show a big line of these items, in a good range of styles and all colors. The cut prices ou these are remarkable. $10 Ladies Skirts for 7.50 Ladies Skirts for 2.50 Heatherbloom Underskirts for 1.75 Satin Underskirts for 6.98 Just About Half Price. Ladies and Misses Long Cloaks at We offer our entire line of Ladies and Misses garmeuts at prices abcut one half. One lot of Ladies Garments, fine cloth that sold up to $10 and $12 we offer at 1.50 49 1.98 125 Dress Goods, Blankets, Comforts, Trunks, Valises, &c. all at Cut Prices. Furniture CO. Inn Attest: II. O. HELM, City Clark. Make our store your headquarters Oct. 2Cth. Homo Fur. Co. Ellison Bros. I Definite Location. Every v..si. r at the new eanltol nt UnrrlnburR, Pa, who Rets as far ni room. In expected to tlio wrlto his tinnie In a blR book, together wltli Ills birthplace nnd present residence, says the Troy Times. Not long ago, when a crowd of excursion' 1st visited tlio grounds and buildings, 1 m Btout girl started to register. Sho paused, pen poised In nlr, and enlled out to an elderly lady, comfortably scaled In a big chair, "Mon, yere vns I horned ntt" "Vat you vant to know dat fort" der big "Ola man Trtnts to put book " "Ach," answered tho mother, "you know veil enough In der old stone house." rrRl-trllnIt-I- n DENIES PEARY ALL CLAIM any provisions toft on their sledges when they camo back to land? Ans. Yea; tho sledgea still hnd Naval Officer Insists That the Doctor about nil they could enrry, so thoy Did Not and Coul"d Not Reach wero nble to take but n few ttilngK the North Pole, at He from tho cache. Sayt He Did. Front hero they went southwest along tho northwest roast of ltelberff (Knterel areonllnK to Act of Concreas, lind to n point Indicated, on tho map In tho year IPC?, li)' tha Peary Arctic club, In the nmce of lift Ubrnrlan of Concress, (Sverdrup's Capo Northwest). nt Wnihlnitlon, I. C.) From hero they went weat across New York. Oct. 12. Tho followlnR statement of Commander Itobert K. Tear-- , which ho submitted to tho Peary Arctic, club In support of his contgntlon that Dr. Cook llil not reach tho north polo. Is now in ait o public for tho first tlmo. Tho stnte-mcn- t has been copyrighted by tho Peary Arctic club. INTRODUCTION DY PEARY. IN REQARD OUTSPOKEN TO COOK'S JOURNEY How many dogs did thoy havo? Ans. Jo not remember exactly, but aoine hlng over twenty. How mnny atedgoi did they havo when they got back to land? Ana. Two. Did they havo Proper Love for .Wife. "When n mnn 'really loves his wife ho ought to comblno all his nicest . sentiments toward other women Into one big sentiment for her. "Ho should show her tho respect ho feels toward his mother, tho politeness ho shows other women and the responsibility he feels toward his sis- ter. treat "To all of that ho should add the love he should feel for a wlfo." Answer Wouldn't Do. ll, "How far Is It to Hlgtown?-"We- ns tho crow flies " "I'm not going by airship." MUCH EXCITED ABOUT CASE Mrs. Justice Refuses to Allow Operation and Is Relieved by Cardui, the Woman's Tonic. Pedro, O. "I suffered for 35 years with weakness and femalo troubles, and nothing has done me so much good as Cardui," writes Mrs. Martin B. Justice, of Pedro, O. "Before I took Cardui, the woman's tonic, I became so bad that my son, who Is a physician, wanted to have me operated on, but I refused and gave Cardui a trial. I bad been so weak I could scarcely stand on my feet, but had taken Cardui only a few days when I became so much stronger. I had prolapse and became very much excited, but was greatly relieved as soon as I began to take Cardui. I thank you again and again." Cardui Is a pure vegetable extract, of special benefit to women, at the times when they need a tonic. For over half a century It has been in use by those ;who have known of Its bene-flcleffects, and Is today In ubo in thousands of homes, where It relieves .and prevents pain and brings back strength nud ambition. Safo, reliable, scientific, successful. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. NOTI Thf Cnrdul llumr TrMtmral fur Tvumrn. puntlata tif Cartlul (fl), (Z5e, or rtidforit' Vrltn (T.(k-- fur the liter, nml Cardui Antlarpllc SOc. Thne rrmrdlr mar lie tnkp alnelr, hr therottlira. II or Hirer toKethrr, aa n roinplrle Write tot trratmrut far nomrn'R Ilia.Chattanooga t.adlra.- - ,tdlorr Drpl.. Mrdlrlne Co Chattanooga. Trnn, for book, Special. Instruction, and -Home Trrntment for Women," sent In nlitla urnpper on request. nlncL-llrnimht ), se Bomo of my reasons for saying that Dr. Cook did not go to tho north polo will bo understood by those who rend the following statements of tlio two Eskimo boys who went with htm, nml who told mo and others of my party where ho did ro. Several Eskimos who started with Dr. Cook from In February, 1908. wero at Utah when I arrived thcro In August, 1008. They told mo thnt Dr. Cook hnd with him, after they left, two Eskimo boys, or young men, two "ledges and some twenty dogs. The boys wero I had and known them from their childhood One was about eighteen and the other about nineteen years of ngo. On my return from Cape Sheridan and nt the very first settlement I toucned (Nerke, near Capo Chalon) In August, 1909, and nine days before reaching Etah, the Eskimos told mo, In a general way, whero Dr Cook had Sound, and that he had told tho white men at Etah that bo had been a long w.-inorth, but that tho boys who were and with him, said that this was not so. Tho Eskimos laughed at Dr. Cook's story. On reaching E,tah, I talked with tho Eskimos thcro and with tho two boys and naked them to descrlbo Dr. Cook's Journey to members of my party and myself. This they did In tlio manner stated below. (Sinned) It. K. PEAKY. been; that ho had wintered In Jones de-alr- rd, HUNT'S CURE the cunrnnterd cure for kin from any box from UriiKeUt and be cured Don't Buffer the nnnoynnco of rnlr, ltcbluj; burning or pimply dUeoaea of the akin nhea a CU cent box of lit" .NT'S CUI1U will relieve you. We jcunranlre one box to cure nny one et&we If It dora(, you Ret your money baric without question lint one box WILI cure. Just you try It You can cet It nt your drujCKlit It comes In the form of n aalte and la enUy applied. Iteraem ber one box In guaranteed to cure any one case of I dUenif. If jou uflVr curh trouble, set a your Signed Statement of Peary, Qartlett, McMillan, Borup and Henson, In Re gard to Testimony of Cook's Two Eskimo Boys. Tho two Eskimo boys, and who accompanied Dr. Cook while ho was away from Anora-toIn 1903 and 1993, were questioned separately nml Independently, and were corroborated by Ponlkpah, the shoo), father of ono of them who was personally familiar with tho first third and tho last third of their Journey, and who said that tho .routo for tho remaining third, as shown by them, was as described to him by his son after his return with "Dr. Cook. Tho narrative of these Eskimos Is as follows: They, with Dr. Cook.rFrancko and nine other Eskimos, left Anoratok, crossed Smith's Sound to, Capo Sabine, slept in Commander Peary'a old house In Payer Harbor, then went through Hlco straK to Buchanan bay. After a few inarches Franckc'and three' Eskimos returned to Anoratok. Dr. Cook, with the others, then proceeded up Flagier bay, a branch of Uuchanan bay, and crossed Elles-mer- e Land through tho valley pass at the head of Flagler bay. Indicated by Commander Peary In 1S38, and utilized by Sverdmp to the head of Sverdrup's "Hay Fiord" on the west side of Ellesmere Land. k tho Ice, which was level and covered with snow, offering good going, to n low Island which they had seen from tho shore of Helborg I.and nt Capo thoy On this Island Northwest. camped for ono sleep. From this Island they could no two lands beyond (Sverdrup's Ellef Ring-ne- s and Amund RlnQnes Lands). From the Island they journeyed toward the one of these two lands (Amund Rlnges Land), passing a small Island which they did not visit. The answers of the Eskimo boys to Commander Peary'a series of Independent questions, showing that thty killed no game, made no caches, lost no dogs, and returned to the land with loaded tledfles, makes their attainment of the pole on the trip north of Cape Thomas Hubbard a physical and mathematical Impossibility, as It would demand the subsistence of three men and over twenty dogs during a journey of ten hundred and forty geographical miles on less than two sledge loads of supplies. If It Is suggested that perhaps Dr. Cook got mixed and that he reached the pole, or thought ha did, between the time of leaving the northwest coast of Helberg Land at Cape North, west, and his arrival at Rlngnes Land, where they killed the deer, we must then add to the date of Dr. Cook's letter of March 17th, at or near Cape Thomas Hubbard, the subsequent four or five sleeps at that point, and the number of days required to march from Cape Thomas Hubbard to Cape Northwest (a distance of some sixty nautical miles), which would advance his date of departure from the land to at least the 25th of March, and be prepared to accept the claim that Dr Cook went from Cape Northwest (about latitude eighty and a half degrees north) to the pole, a distance of five hundred and seventy geographical miles, In twenty-sevedays. After killing tho deer they then trar eled south along tho east sldo of Hlng-neLmd to the point Indicated on the chart, whero they killed another deer left-han- Will Seek the Soutn Pels. A. Henry Bnvngo tandor, the English explorer, who will soon mako nn Mistake Most People Make Is In Walt- - nttempt to rencli tho south pole, la of Ing for Bad to Come and tlio opinion thnt I.leuL Hhncktnlon Then Coddling It. failed through having n cumbersome nnd unnecessarily largo expedition, if wo would tnko ns good enro of Mr. tjnd(ir's theory Is thnt a small our good health n wo do of our bnd caravan of trusted and hnrdy men, icnllh wo would lmvo moro of tho tightly equipped ns tn hla expeditions orincr and less of tho latter. We sot through Asln nnd Africa, Is best Mr. our good health down In a draft nud Ijimlnr'a activity In aeronautic Inveslet It get Its fcot wet; wo Infringe on tigations gives color to tho rumor that Its sleep tlmo and gorgo It with au airship wilt bo used by him tn hla food at Irregular hours. Wo expedition. caros and oad It with Wholesale nnd Retail. duties, and reply to Its frnntto appeals for rest with, "You haven't "What business did you say Miss tlmo." We aquecto It with clothing; Gaddlo was In?" "Oh, sho'a In everybody's business." wo dlstrnct Its cars with nolso and Its "Wholesale, ch?" lungs with bad nlr. llut wo put our "Yes, except when It comes to a bit bad health tn a quiet room, on a soft Sho retails thnt." couch. Wo robo It tn a comfortable of scandal. gown; we gtvo It puro nlr at stated tnko n mean ndvnntngo of Never intervals; we put Ico on Its head nnd anyono In nny trnnsnctlnn, nnd hot water nt Ita fcot; we feed It with bo hard upon people who nro In uovcr your food convenient for It. Wo tnko power Dickens. awny all caro nnd responsibility; wo glvo It a soothing drought to rest It; and wo pay a doctor 12 to come nnd leavo It n scrap of paper nnd say that Ono might It will better think wn preferred bad health to good health. From nn Artlclo In Good Health. AKE CARE OF GOOD HEALTH nervo-rnckln- Quaker Scotch perfectly J Oats is the bnlnn -- lllL human food Bf timrlMatll vreaitkiM IThOdipjon'tEjef,!,, HAD ONE GOOD POINT Food Products the only AWARDS) neccivcD UKAND Int.. mt nt rm riCKlti-ouv- (HIGHEST LTRIZE f. mw n rm mm uiDniaoiQ-iuiuii-rauiii-- u I w I mm n AGAINST ALL Toung Guest It seems to mo that you don't object to tho mosquitoes singing In your room. Old Guest You bet I don t. Why. when the mosquitoes aro singing I can't hear tbe glee club practicing on tho plaxza. ta coNDiMtKTS SALAD OfttSSINO CONDfNtlO MILK - (VAPONATIO MILK CAUroVaiVlttS1- caurosNia COMPrTirnns nn laUUSIII asaous CANNED MEATS COSNID BIIP -- SOCIO OStltD IIIF OX TONCUt NAM LOAf VIINNA SAUSACt 1 VIAL Loll TOTAL LOSS OF HAIR. nntut vUMUi iviunid wt libby, mcneill & li b by 1 Your Grocer Has Them LEAD Insist on Getting Libby's Scalp Wat Very Seemed Imminent Scaly and Hair Came Out by Hand full Scalp Now Clear and New Hair Crown by Cutlcura. "About two years ago I was troubled Shortly with my head being scaly. after that I bad an nttack of typhoid fever and I was out of tho hospital possibly two months when I first noticed tho loss of hair, my scalp being till scaly. I started to uso dandruff cures to no effect whatever. I had actually lost hope of saving any hair at all. I could brush it off tny coat by tho handful. I was afraid to comb It. Hut after using two cakes of Cutlcura Soap and noarly a box of Cutl cura Ointment, tho change was surMy scalp Is now clear nnd prising. healthy as could bo and my hair thicker than ever, whereas I had my mind mado up to bo bald. W. F. Steese, C812 llroad SL, Pittsburg, Penn., May 7 and 21. 1908." rouaf On Insure Your profit-payin- Future g farm l.ind of Money invested in the in a savings bank. It earns the west is safer than big dividends on steady rising value alone. In t SICK HEADACHE IVER Their route then lay' out throuch this fiord, thenco(north through Sverdrup's "Heuerka Sound" and Nansen strait. On their way they killed musk oxen and bear, and mado caches, arriving eventually at a point on tho west sldo of Nansen strait (shore of Axel Land of Sverdrup), south of Capo Thomas Hubbard. under our pledce that you set your money back If It fnlla. AaW A cache was formed here and tho your drueslat. The price li four Eskimos did not go beyond this CO renta u box. Prepared hr point. Two others, Koolootlngwah and A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Shermanjexat Inughlto, went on ono moru march with Dr. Cook and tho two boys, helped to build the snow Igloo then returned without sleeping. After being Informed of tho boys' Positively cured by narrative thus far, Commander I'cary ICARTEffS these Little suggested a aeries of questions to bo They also reller. put to tho boys In regard to this trip DipeptU, Io ITTLE dlgeatlou and Too llrtf from tho land out and back to It. Eating. A perfect rtn-ed- , Theso questions and answors were lor Dliilaeaa, follows; Drowalncaa, Baa PILLS. Taat. In the Mouth, CoaV as Did they cross many open lands or much open water during this time? ed Tongue, rain In tb Skin Diseases Hel-ber- g They then went cast across the south part of Crown Prlnco Gustav sea to tho south end of Helberg Land, then down through Norwegian bay, whore they secured some bears, but not until nftcr they bad killed some of, their dogs, to the cast side of Gra ham Island; then eastward to thq lit tle bay marked "Eld's Fiord" on Sverdrup's chart; then southwest to HeU'a Gate and Simmons peninsula. e Hero first time during tho entire Journey, dxcept as already noted off Capu Thomas It. Hubbard, they encountered open water. On this point the boys were clear, emphatic. and unshakable. Tbey spent a good deal of time In this region, and Anally abandoned their dogs and ono slcdgo, took to their boat, crossed Hell's Gate to North KenL up Into Norfolk InleL then back along the north coast of Colin Archer Peninsula to Cape Vera, whero they obtained fresh elder duck eggs. Hore they cut the remaining slcdgo off, that Is shortened It, as It was awkward to transport with tho boat, and near here they killed a wal rus. From Cape Vera they went on down Into the southwest angle of Jones a seal; Sound, whero they killed thenro east along the south coast of the sound, killing three bears at tho point noted on the map, to tbe penln aula known as Capo Sparbo on the map, about midway on tho south side of Jones Sound. Hero they killed and, continuing east, somo musk-oxekilled four more at the place Indicated on the chart, and were Anally stopped by the pack Ico at the mouth of Jones Sound, From here thoy turned back to Capo Sparbo, whore they wintered and killed many musk for-th- Butte Valley California And the soil is the richest-cliprices arc moderate. the finest railroad facilities the best-t- hat can be found in the United States. Round-Tri- p mate Homeseekers, Fares of every arc on sale the first and third Tuesdays month to October 31, via a Cfceov. Corp, 8oU mpa Iloalaa. Reaching Life's Coal. If you want to bo somebody In this world you must assert your Individ. uallty nnd nssort It In tho right direc tion, so thnt It may lead to a goal of honor for yourself and be an example for others. Hnd out what you ought to do, say to yourself: "I must do It." then begin right uway with "I will do It," and keep at It until It la dona. Union Pacific-Souther- n Pacific "The Safe Road to Travel" Electric block signals duttless roadbed. rature and information call on or address For lite- Try Hicks' Capudlnsv Whether from CoMe. Heat. Htomacnr nr Nervoua trounua. in arnea are i"-liint relieved lir Canndlne. It'a to take Kffeeta Immediately. 10, a aa Ho at Drur moras. For Headache IJquM-pleaa-- fi P. A. E. L. LOMAX, Union Pacific R. R., Omaha, Neb. FOR a Appropriate. First Milliner You hare designed tbe north pole hat? Second Mlll'ner Yes, tt wilt bo a mntter of dispute between tho purchaser and her husband. 111? ti n4tpfllirnulil. .n-tr- PINK EYE heu, nirrmrfl CATAUiut AND ALL nra Vu,. MJU ar acul nl bofM "V CbemUlJ. SPOIIN MEDICAL. CO. Dam th. lrk aixt ata at a pwwillw tt . a . . . ...I. u IIAIII k. jMtl. " Mia VI ' r VMfTftMKr.ir uw"i Ibrck thai nrafh vita balum. AUaruIM,r,UMaD4IAlUtUr. Smith "So the will was readr Jones "Yes: but the air was blue." aaaaaaaaaaaaaaajaaawa ml on that nnnn".a ism oxen. Aftor tho sun returned In 1903 they started, pushing their slcdgo, across Jones Sound to Capo Tennyson, thenco along tho coast to Clarenco Head; (passing Inside of two small Islands not shown on tho chart, but drawn on It by tho boys), whero tbey killed a beur; thenco acrosa tho broad bight In tho coast to Cadogan Fiord, thenco around Cane Isabella and up to Com mandor Peary'a old house In Payer Harbor near Cape Sabine, whero thoy TOIiriD UVEA Bid, Purely VegttabU Ans. Nopo. found a seal cached for them by Pan- The resulau the Dowel. father From Did they mako any caches out on Ikpah, SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. tho Ice? Ans. No. hero they crossed Smith Sound on tha Did thoy kill any bear or seal while Ice, arriving at Anoratok. Genuine Must Bear out on the Ice north of Capo Thomas It. M I'KAHY, V. 8. N. (Signed) (CARTERS Signature 110IIK11T A. 11AHTI.ETT, Hubbard? Ans. No. Mailer 8. H. Ilooaav.lL Did thoy kill or loso, any of their D. H. M'MILI.AN, dogs while out on tho !co? Ans. No, (JKOIIOK llOUUP, With how many sledges did they MATTHKW A. HENSON. jr Nau-keaItook-n-shoo'a Fac-Slml- le OF ASAGENERALTONICFORTHE SYSTEM, TO CLEANSE IT OXIDINE Ererj secretary .... . .. tno louowing anaijraia maun vj inn iaia cnemist uein .t 1.. 01 tne out riurmaceuucai Allocution (im lam Boltls Tally Ousrsaleed MALARIA AND TO CURE CHILLS AND FEVERS USE IF YOU ARE BILIOUS, TRY IT. Cither tlt Regular op Tasteless Form "Will Cure BA Y0UH HONEV IT T0U wno anaiyreu inrro uoiur u. Ketall Drurgmt auocuiiuu;. o.i,lln. w -- wot to wo " a" KorCtH' REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. start? Ans. Two. (KM D) ff SOS PICURE V Itt JtST VXWtl TOR Children Like (oUGlStgVW way to nnd from tho olllce," said tho Importantly busy man. "I used to mysolf," said the "beforo t got hardened to tho Kan" looks of tho girl sas City Times. strap-liailgurs.- Withering Glances. "I generally rend tho paper on my It is so pleasant to take stop tlio cough k quickly. Absolutely Wc too' and contains no opiates. AH PrufiUU, 28 c.nta. i Scandinavian Custom. Knlckor Wo garland our dlscovorera wllti roses. j Ildcker 1 Uno' I It; whenoveri jiuy wlfo lluds me out have to glvo ber a bunch i A Pleated Audience. "What makes you spend so much mnnnv nn Hint lawsuit?" "It's a matter of tasto. Somo people llko to attend lectures. 1 prefer mora und bear a lawyer dis tn course on nffalrs In which I am per sonally Interested. , no otner rina. minks I know of n ulaco where) youcnri always get cut ratos lor work. Clinic Where ts It? Illluks It ts a man s who iniOtes a specialty of .triinuuugrees.. n.-i- Aitlrlli tal WiUr. S.lli.Olli, Oni. Houston Laboratories Cltnlcl Bind Mlolotflcal t SikUIIy. S4 tat tict fr4yili Valaallaa r. S. TILS0N. Vti tic. Cutlallr tualats ui Kitru4 aarll Mil ta tiumlc Cilt(7, Dliicltr, At.l jllcil tal Cu wltlif. ChtBltl ;i J Mil Mtitl ! CtlKa iaalnli HouitonLabowt ..jatli J V.lMtl.s .1 lintniis'i C'""rS".,',",r,.p2.t -.- r.,.TU50.,.abn,r,A..M..U.C....' CtRTiriCATt Mr It It WtHtr, Stmt try StH Vt mMHlifl AutUtb. t .m a .a a Mr Herewith I tx to hand you rrrtlflcftt vt analipU of tht Oildliia you ukmtttt.f a iw lajra miner. 1 Irutt tbla will l duljr rrrrltt.l aa.t found rnllrrlj aatla- f actor r. 1 baa Vtnt iuu alllus for a Unit whIU, but I appra-cliita lot ropouklbllllr wlilrl You haft wcu nt tu riatupouait for lhAt rraun I j4lataki bit -- Wit ta bt rcrtalu aul accuraia about my rtaulta. If 1 van atria you In tha futnra nltaaa adilaa tut. TUaok- Iaffjru4. I Wb turruialn, I)r 7ia Tif HnuiToK.TiIil, Junarr, 1(04. tt Tlftt B,i. tt OiHUt i . T""'SK"XVkUu,..U Of AKAltSIS h. fiii"-rk.(tBtctaO i. : lb '! OXIDINE. THE CHILL CURE THAT CURES tmmmammmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmm luura itrj iruiy, r.n. iau.i, vacuitt. alaaua lnjurliudrustorrlioHtHchul MurpblMt, Iiuchia r would product a barnifut tllnt .. .hi. o.l.llna to coolalu al't noi a i ( Hontlou.Tr"".'";!. i llVi.Til0f ' WJ c CHILES FREED AT LAST From the Awful Tortures of Kliney Disease. Mra. Tlnchcl Ivlo, Henrietta, Texas,, aays; "I would bo ungrateful If I did not tell what Doan a Kidney mil havo done for mo. Fifteen years kidney troublo clung to mo, my was ono of NEW FARMING EMPIRE Half Million Fertile Acres In New Re gion Added to Texas Agriculture. By November 1st. 1909. tho Wichita. Valley Itnllroad (Burlington System, mo best farm dovctontnr road In America) will complcto nndcomraenco passenger acrvlco on its lino from Htnmfoid to Spur, tho terminal towa in Dickens County. Texas. Tills town Is In tho center of a tract of C73 Rqunro miles o( the smoothest, most fcrtllo virgin farm lands In Tex as rarms In which nro offered to homeseokors nt prices from $12.00 to J17.G0 per aero on easy terms h down, balanco In six annual payments. Wonderfully adapted to cottonno boll weevil ever known-c- orn, alfalfa, grain, fruits, vegetables, and all tho products of tho farm known to this latitude. It Is tho coming hog country, nowhero can they bo matured more cheaply, and cholera Is absolutely unknown In this belt; quick run to Fort Worth market. Delightful climate altitude 2000 to 2C00 feet not on tho plains. Somo of the lands nro covered with mosquito trees others nro open or mixed. Deep rich soil with great variety to character chiefly sandy loam and chocolate loam with clay subsoil. Water generally shallow. Will bo sold In one-fift- jfochinffton I 1 Wants Next Aero Carnival ..... I nllnr hi? Ono of n c ... A tho hopes tho tvnsninmon ht,rc the noxt aviation 't ij nn appropriation by , i I t swill tho Kimrnntco nipj by Chnrles J. (. WmlilriKton roprosen. ,1 h ( .srMss luncheon, that "nry of tho Aoro club, f r of tho special commit-;'ho meet for Washing- - ington." 1 f y -. misery nnd for two wholo years I was unlout If wo permit nur nrdor able to go out of tho "From tho sentiment generally exMy back ached all tbo and pressed by members of tho club In house. utterly weak, unable at tlmo to I was times New York, I nm profoundly oncour-neewalk without nsslstanco. Tho kidney nnd hopeful. Kach man nppcared wcro very Irregular. Doan'a to bo Impressed with tho energy and secretions Kidney Pills restored to good sincerity of Tlaltlmoro and to appreci- health, nnd I nm ablo tomo as much do ate that wo nro thoroughly In earnest work as tho avcraga woman, though In our demnnd for tho moot Of eighty years old." course, nono wns prepared actually to nearly Hemembcr tho namo Dean s. Sold commit himself In favor of any partic- by nil dealers. CO cents a box. Foster- ular city, especially members of tho Mllburn Co., Duffalo, N. Y. cxecutlvo committee and I can readily understand their rcluctnnco to LATER REALIZATION take a positive position nt this point, but all garo us tho utmost enrourngo-ment- , and eovn Intimated that they would work for Daltlmoro and WashII nn.l ll... , .I.,- ...III to ring, I.. d K , ! h .j . th r .."'cr ! tt- J A II nil, tho sec- - iar- - . i .i... in k 1 1 Sa' id1 I. ii'f. t mini - In Washlnc- n- ,iLealr.j! 'ho prospect or n water m v r'. 'V Thcro I n Krcat filcf coney In thnt cctlon, nnil tho et rccclrcd such no- tnat as noon a tho them tho i i tJ beforo ;i men wcro prepared .. .'sinoutu, .Newport ro " nucn lntorestel Similar reports wcro mado by others of tho party, and iho feeling prevailed that n vast amount of good had been accomplished by tho visit to Uothaui. Still further evidence of tho rapid growth of Interest In Daltlmoro In aviation has nlso been demonstrated In bal tho nrrangemont of loon trips from llnltlmoro, nnd Mr. Illllery Ilcachey Is preparing flights lor enthusiast In this section. Mr, Ilenchcy's first trip of tho kind, mado several days ago, was an unqualified success, and balloon nights nro expected to bocomo almost as popular na trolley rides or nutomobllo Jaunts, It Is understood that n resolution will bo Introduced In tho council ask' Ing for nn appropriation (o help swell tho fund to advcrtlso Daltlmoro, and whllo the city has no power to so appropriate money, If tho council pass favorably upon tho measuro an en nbllng act will bo Introduced In tho legislature giving tbo city tho power, e ... tii c?a rat they arc willing to coa-rt lire r to tecure tho carnival, s'tae llnltlmoro la rery to work unrcmit- ;' t:l r.cet r frr :j fact," Mayor Ma1 At a cr'rr of n . nn v .t .... nnil 'tJ irrrprrt Is now rosy, wo "I don't sco why you ranko BUch n fuss over every llttlo bill I run up. Bo- foro wo wcro married' you told mo r.::' you wcro well off.' "So I wns. Dut I didn't know Itr l' h, . Imf-n- .. ' ...... oil .1 . . B.lvanliinii t. ...... I, , l.Vi.r 1. H T I, a -- .. t. n M.I.I a t,..A. - m at capital .even lr i art is away aa -, m i I V ri :i c rk In Washington even 'h t m an of tho shop Is ' c. it:- 3 s moil unbelievable, t Le mrn and women In tho Ji I !.o do not know thnt 13 absent from tho capl-- ' 'h tu. . 0 f persons who write let- -r t ' itf executive firm In tho i (:. 1c Is still nt his White H, k i nht bo of servlco to tl ( department of somo .2?fr There Is a sad need ia t cf tho country of a i t 1:!: rcb cr RT'rtj n tho rosd go to shoT7 tl:t J T:t gas a dally mall en r "jr-- l il.i la between speeches ho " Li be t to glvo It attention. I. r.? great decreaso evident, t : cr In the sliu of tho mall that :ar times a day to tho beforo. T 1 " 1 -- " .- u-- & ;r r;tj secretary, Frederick W. Carpenter, Is noi taking a vacation. IIo Is hard at work, and with his chief at a distance ho has to decide certain problems which would not como beforo him for solution were tho president at his desk. Tho entire clerical force at the White Homo Is busy, and tho only places whero tho hum of Industry Is unheard arc In tho cabinet room and In tho president's private office. Thcro nro thoso who do not regard tho absence of tho members of tho of ficial family as a wholly unmixed evil Tho first assistant secretaries of the different departments act as chiefs In tho absenco of their superiors In of fice, nnd It Is something oven to man to whom vanity Is a thing opart to bo able to wrlto himself down In truth as acting secretary of tho trcas ury, or of war or of tho navy. This year In tho capital It certainly Is a case of when tho cat's away tho mlco will work. There Is mora activity manifest among tho clerks ot tho different departments than over Whltn House In this llmo of tho pros Mr. Taft'a private Idcnt'a absence. Origin of Word "Bible." Tho word blblo Is derived from tho Latin namo blblla, which was treated as a slncular althouch It comes from tho deck neuter plural, meaning "lit-tlo books." This Urcck dlinitlvo was derived from byblus, or rffyrus. . lb. famous material on which ancient books wcro written. Tbo tltlo "Blblo t was first used about tho mlddlo of tho second Chrlstlnn century In tho so- called second oplstlo ot Clement (xlv., 2). ' 1 or upward direct to tho homcscekcr from owners, with no salo commissions to load tho price to tho farmers. Clear tttlo Is guaranteed, Tho great extent of this body guarantees to tho first farmers wide range of selection to find a homo which exactly suits ns to lay of land and character ot soil. Hccogntzlng tho great possibilities and wonderful future of Spur Farm Lands, tho Stflto has decided to place nn experiment farm station at Spur. This will be a great benefit to the Bottlers In that region showing them by actual demonstrations on tho lands whnt crops can bo most profitably raised: best methods of cultivation. and assisting in nil tbo problems of the farm. This decision wns reached after a visit to tbo lands by Judge Ed. R. Kone, Commissioner of Agriculture, and Dr. H. H. Harrington, Director of Experiment Stations, who recognized l their unusual farming value. Lots In Spur, Dickens County, tho terminal town, and GIrard, In Kent 7. ioukmh imim .rom OI.ur b quarter-sections Wc know of no other medicine which lias 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 cither 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 exclusively from roots and herbs, and is perfectly harmless. The reason why it is so successful is because it contains ingredients whicfi act directly upon the female organism, restoring it to healthy arfd normal activity. Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials such as the following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy. j "Lda . j Annnn ininrpated can cet full In- f0rmat!on. with frco Illustrated book- ci from cbns. A. Jones, Manager for ft. M. Swcnson & Sons, Spur, Dickons County, Texas. t"nlT 5 BrlnC ' tiSrt On llnndrfit I)oat Hnnrd tor wr u nt iiurrh Ul cinool b curat t)r IUU1 GLtAirS Curt. r. i. citr.KEY a co- - Toirfo. Wc lh antrnlrxd. lur koD F. J. Cbrarrw lor Um lul IS mra. nnd brimt bun pmrrtlr In it biaUMM imnutlloM Mxl enuKUOf obnrxiuoa m4 lr bu arm. bla lo rurr out M4ITIK, VlllOUXl. KKXA W bolruto Uninutt Tblrdo. O. Can la Ukrn UitrrullT. Ktlnf dtmtlr upon lb bKmd ind mufotu aurlwn ol tna trama. tni tn. prtc ;s MM mc by boitl. Soul a til IiraMUU. eouUpiUaa. jiui ramllr ruu lor lilt Vf When to Send Children to Europe. Some peoplo wait so long beforo sending their children to Europe that the little ones are humiliated by others who havo already been there. Every parent will bo careful ur not to subject his children to this evident Injustice; nt tho samo tlmo all nnrurrh unseemly hurry Is to bo avoided. Somo peoplo arguo that as soon as a child can walk well and speak a few necessary French words, ho should be A Steady Thing. placed ln a Btatcroom, next to a Something had gono amiss with private bath, and sent to Paris. OthBobble and ho had sought tho comfort ers feel that ho must naturally lose of tears. Noticing his wpt checks, bis much at this age. nnd that tho proper mother said In a consolatory tone: time Is between Ave and six, when "Como here, dear, and let mo wipe as nn American ho has reached his your eyes." maturity. "'Taln't no use, muvver," returned Probably the Ideal age Is about four. Bobblo with a llttlo choke; "I's doln' At four n child can easily do England. to cry again In a mlnutol" Woman's France nnd Italy, and get homo In Homo Companion. tlmo for the first night at tho opera. How's This? a Minneapolis, Minn.: "Iwnsafrrcat sufferer from female troubles vlilcli caused ft weakness ami broken down condition of tho system. I rend so much of what Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had dono for other suf ferJnjr women, I felt ntiro it would help me, nnd I must say it did help nio wonderfully. "Within tlirco months I was a perfectly well woman. "I want this letter mado public to show tho benefits to b derived from Lydia 13. Pinkham's Vcsotablo Compound." Mrs.JohnG.9Ioldan,2115 Second St.Xorth,Mlnncapolis,Mlnn 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. nTurnips and W'llEMSk 11111 U iTTsbM I II I fertillier contains the right amount of Potash and get them. Root crops re. luire " 10 Ect best results, and we cm prove that yur commercial RutabaasJ Htfiea HJ li l H la II I ic-r- Against Pretenses. Away with all those vain pretenses ot making ourselves happy within ourselves, of feasting on our own thoughts, ot being satisfied with tho well-doin- Judgo's Library. More Trees to Beautify the Capital center of tho sidewalk In front ot the White House, and rows ot elms, ash and sycamores lino tho opposlto sldo ot Pennsylvania avenue between Fifteenth and Seventeenth streets. Ilcd tho oaka wcro selected to complcto planting ot tho boulevard usually chosen as tho "court of honor," because they wore believed to bo best adapted for tho purpono on account ot site, foliage and beauty. Many years ago fluo trees occupied tho avenuo front on both tho stnto, war and nnvy building and tbo treasury building, but wcro removed as obstructions to . and ot deconsciousness ot spising all asslstanco and all supplies from external objects. This Is tho voice ot prldo. not of nature. Hume. Bough on nats.unbcatableoitcrmlnator Bough on Hen Lice, Nest Powder, 25c. Bough on Bedbugs, Powder or L!q'd,25& Bough on Fleas, Powder or Liquid, 24c. Bough on Boachcs,Pow'd,lGc.,L!q'd,25c. Bough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25c. Bough on Skecters,ngrecabletouse,25c. E. S. Wells. Chemist, Jersey City, N. J. Conclusive. Mother Tommy, why don't you play with Frank any more? I thought you wcro such good chums. Tommy We was' but ho'a a mollyHe paid tcr git Inter ther coddle! KVy3 J KaHvutVJH BjfcwB m&XmLav l to each Your commercial fertilizer demands at least 8 per cent. Potash lor these crops. Eery2 lbs. ol Potash added 100 lbs. ol fertiliser increases tho Potash' total 1 - MMirltmUm Wit' " ball grounds. A Rare Good Thing. and can "Am ualnsr Allen's truly say I would not have been without It so long, had I known tho relief It would stve my aching feet. I think It a rare pood thine for anyone hnvlnc sore or tired fct. Mrs. Matilda Holtwert. Providence, It L" Sold by all OrucEMls. c ask Foot-Easy. WSm mtV StndftrLIUrMtunahtutttit.trtti.manureiaitdtTlilCCIHtN M JSm. YsPI ft H ItlMtl, G., 1124 Cadtt, Mf. snTirt,t) latin SI Chltiri, Nanaluck l:ock WORKS, mi W7f M ff f&S2jm 1 You Can Shave Yourself With PROOF In the His Feelings. red oak trees havo boon rccntly along tho south Ms ol Pennsylvania nvcnuo between nfteenh and Seventeenth streets, VuaJai'ra w.th a lcwto tho pormn-- t of that prominent "wwti'are Ten of thco largo trees ui le p!an-- j in front 0f tho state, yr ml nry building nnd eight In mat of the treasury building. Tho wmlki at those .lolnts nro wldo "1 it present devoid of ornnraont. El lrp.-3eae-nt 3 IT! Y fhn- -l Mt:nl cr artificial. They nro con-fl- f jcus cn account of their barren- as r'i aa f0r tner xposuro to J3 lu summer and tho wind In la'- ' -r a r. or lycamoro trees lines Iho 1 Reads AH of Congressman's Speeches J . to MANN "mi " e SccflDj '"'"'i promoted to succeed ?' lbiim of Iowa as chair-Ha.A . 180 c"nmltteo on Inter-tcU153 ilitM representative ot t. ." Record ure than any ln Ui e in iMwt... iS...0.'. "mell"l,t '"'deuro on his cominorco. probably tuo Concessional other mambor Jlr Mn""'8 frequent Ziit ff lU Aj.uM,,oa fPf-l- ff ' part to but "'o natu.nl lntct -- tudy of all leroro C0"KreBB, because UP tokti'j i . ? ' paruauy Ua' re,lca Ikii' B- J.ame of uie house, Mm you niyeelf. If you havo read every thing Jim Muun has said In tho housn of representatives In tbo lust two year I am willing to bet a panama Hhormau. hat that you havo been the busiest Bessie How would you feel It somo We tell you about bow cood you'll NO HONING NO STROPPING ono died and left you a fortune? foci after taklncr a CASCARET KNOWN THE WORLD OVER that millions of people buy, usa Harold I'd feol suro that somo ono Secret of Happiness. and recommend them Dut that's proved that he was ot unsound mind. I havo lived to know that the great AOENTSi TP I ICNKW YOUll NAME. I talk you buy a box now Uko as sample outfit lre ttilavurr would send yoauurtt.lv secret of human bapplaesa Is this: and get tho proof directed HAVn YOD CIHI.HMIXRT mlnute. 1Cl mo start you lu a profltabln tiusluesa. If an. tm will wvtniaiA IVrrr Itavla of cuplut. You ao not in the morning After you know Never suffer your energies to stag' iUMMhliKandheallurrnMUKqaaUTKuu'ltorrhFU. vnnereaaarr. need on cantCrnllt glf ru. Kxpeneuca 1'remluma. Mlt proOl. 1.1,.. In, UlnhnllUL CASCARET3 you'll nevor be .(... nate. Tho old adage of "too many 'rvlht paid. Cbanra to win S.O! In (old eitra. Ererr tho v!s(a, nviu and woman should wrtta ma for tree onttlu without them. ni There was so much popular objec- Irons In the fire" conveys nn untruth Jit SUia, rmMHl, II IUwIj Uml, IU.ua. Bau. After breaking a fK bill the pieces you cannot have too many poker, CASCARBTS toe a box for a wk'a tion to tho romoval of tho trees In NO. W. N. U., MEMPHIS, are soon lost treatment, alt drueelsts. Biggest seller front of the state, war mid navy build-lu- tongs and all ioop tbein going. la the world. Million boxes a mouth. thnt tho authorities wero obliged Adam Clark. to resort to strategy In tho mattor-BFor Colds and Qrlpp Capudlne. tho employment of a largo forco ot Is ol this paper d. remtdy for arlrn Tho laborers tho trees wero nil removed Illcko' Capudln. Uellevu thtand Coldsand aching Ol the pain which many women experience with every night betwecu midnight and ftvrlihnai. Curve tho cold Headache l ono dark anything adverImmediately 10, also. If" Uquld-Ufte- cla month It make the gentleness and kindness always associdaybreak. Thoso trees formed a contised in its columns should intift upon and Wo at Drue Stores. ated with womanhood scent to be almost a miracle. tinuation of tho row of sycamores still having whst they ask for, refusing all "While In general no woman rebels against what the resubstitutes ot imitations. standing In front ot tho Whlto House. Tbero Is no better way ot hiding gards at a natural necetsity there is no woman who would your light under a uusuei man uy Slot gladly be free (rom this recurring period of pain. keeping your church letter In your makes Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription women trunk. weak women stroni and sick rUftKfcft'& well, and &lvcs them freedom from pain. ernl other colleagues In that body. BALSAM HAIR brratlAaM lh bAh. Ukl ClrtUiM EgK. Heel how to set mote eees. mr regularity, subdues Inflanf Ono of the most ludicrous Incidents of It establishes ulceration and cures e lnmotM ft hmrtftM rrovtX urn.MHfiil method makci liens lav twlco tnMtlon, beats WTtr JoVlU to Utttor Qrmj that trip has Just como to light. as many vgg ummrr and winter. If you Alley, male weakness. C4lp dllwMaet Aallf fsUlklf. Cltrt want lota of congressional party New Madrid, rem write te Mm. K. When tho ilo. by letter, fuck women are Invited to consult Dr. Pierce reached San Juan, Porlo lllro. It nuit atrictlv orivate and sacredly V. All corresnondenca among other natives ot the Island a A young widow can make a man beconfidential. Write without fear and without fee to World's Dispensary Med Up. deep student ot American politic. lieve ho Is making lovo to her, wben ical Attociatlon, It. V. Pierce, M. D., Pretident, Buffalo, N. Y. Hulubletor prlntlnc In newapaparor When ho wns Introduced to Mr. Mann In reality eho Is making lovo to him. on aullonrry. lubllaharaorttla papar II you want a book that tellt all about woman's diseases, and how to cure wllluSarourordarand dottM, prtuUna. ho grasped him cordially by tho hund. stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing 21 them at home, tend aruriui lawsrina tiios. linu auca. taa. Instant Relief for All Eyes, illustrated nud said: af, and be will tend you a frit copy ot bit great thousand-pag- la paper covers. from dust. heat, tun or edition, Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, "What! Is this Jim Mann of Chi that sre irritated kyk balvb. ssc. aii wind, I'urnrs 31 stamps. DEFIANCE STARCH Btaar sticks to Ike lrsv In handsome cngo? 1 nm very glad, Indeed, to meet dmsgists or Howard Bros., BuujIo, N. 1. you, and I wish to say that I have It a uiun'u wife cuts his hair ho la read with Interest everything you have The nverago man thinks his burap A Certain Cure for sore,weak ft Inflamed Eyes. sympathy than said In tho house of representatives ot generosity Is at least three times as entitled to a lot more ho gets. during the last two years." largo as It actually is. Ab his speech was mauo In a someana Injlf-oiMra. Wlnalow'a Hoollilu Syrup. reliefs reeuUto Plrre' flMaaiil an4 .Vi i n tA.ii.intf. uilina iha auraa. rauacca tn- what loud tone ot volco, It reached .lonacb. IU.r iawusUau.aluiyspala.curasiiladcoUu. SMatwtUa. to Uke as canjj. Una (rauulM, the ears ot soveral others In tho partr, The Bllenrrunn Is more to bo feared MAKES THE USE OF DRUGS UNNECESSARY Prlce.25 nnd Mr. Sherman was seen advancing Don't abuse the rich; wo can't all bo than tho garrulous chap. toward tho native with outstretched paupers. bands. "My name Is Jim Shermnu ot I'tlca. N. Y." he sold, "and I want to liieft 09. g Morning! tit When You Think Readers B9 $1 HALFTONES one-ce- e cloth-bindin- !.. l. MITCHELL'S fift SALVE Cents.ficJ and vur- - wan In this who.e Island." Booouso of thoao ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Uso "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, $1.00, retail. See President Taft M and m The Hickman Hardware October 20th It Will Probably Be The Co, V.J5. TP. i ONLY ONLY LIVE PRESIDENT AND LIVE HARDWARE t STORE that you will ever see. We've got the goods, and the prices are right. MAKE THIS PLACE HEADQUARTERS Went to Lexington. EDWARD KIRKINDALL DIES. ITEMS OF INTEREST. For Sale Uipii's Lois ! G. B. Bond's Addition to West Hickman The pest best located and Cheapropert you can buy. TERMS. PEOPLE Will make EASY sold to WHITE Lots ONLY. Olil ilSee me at theM. G. B. Bond. GREAT STATESMAN DEAD. Senator William Lindsay formerly of Hickman, died Friday morning at lila homo In Frankfort, after an Ill ness lasting nearly three months Senator Lindsay was conscious until a few minutes before the end came Ho had been in a dying condition for orcein week, and the end had had been, expected at any moment, only his remarkable vitality keeping him nlivo. His wife, his daughter. Mrs. Suter, of Cincinnati, and his brothers, Charles Lindsay, of Virgin la, and Druce Lindsay, of Clinton, Ky., were at the bodsido when death came. Senator Lindsay bad been confined to tho house for practically three raouthg, and for tho past month has been unnblo to get out of bed. Several days ago, realizing that tho end was near, he expressed a wish to Join the Presbyterian church, and his deslio wns granted at once. Sketch of Hit Career. William Lindsay was a natlvo of Virginia. Ho was born In Rockbridge county on September 4, 1835, and waa a aclon of ono of tho oldest and most distinguished families of the "Old Dominion" stato. On October 6, 1809, Andrew Llnd say, tbo father of Judge Lindsay, was bora in Kockbrldgo county, being tho fifth child and the third son In a fain ily of nine children. He, too, followed agrarian pursuits and In 1834 married Miss Salllo Gilmoro Davidson, a daughter of a prominent Scotch-Irisfamily that bad movo to Virginia in 1745 Mrs. Lindsay died In 1845, and some years later Mr. Lindsay married Miss Mary Gilmoro. Four children were born of each union, the oldest of all being William Lindsay. The second, Warren Lindsay died in this city nlno years ago ond waa at the time of bis death County Attorno of thla county his term being finished out by Judge II. F. Remloy. h After graduating from tho High school of Lexington, Va., the young man b?camo a law student and moved to Hickman, Ky., where ho continue! the study of law under Judgo Edward Crossland, of Clinton. He was admitted to tho bar In 1858. Ho was Just beginning to build up a paying practlco in Hickman when the civil war broke out. Ho enlisted In tho Confederate army as a prlvato In May, 18C1, but meritorious conduct soon won him recognition and he was made lieutenant of Co. D. Twenty-second Tenncsseo Infantry. Within a short time ho was promoted again, this tlmo to tho rank of captain. Ho led his men In tho battle of liclmont. Mo., and Shiloh, making a record for bravery in each battle. Practiced at Hickman. Wben tho war was over ho returned tn Hickman and resumed the practlco of law. In August, 18C7, ho was elected to represent tho counties of Fulton, Hickman and Graves In tho state senate, serving ono term. In 1870 ho was elected to a Judgeship on tho Appellato bench, whero ho served until 1878. During tho last two years of his term ho was chief Justice of tho court. Judge Lindsay then decided to retire to prlvnto life, declining a However, In 1889, ho was Induced to politics, and was elected to tho stato senate from Anderson, Mercer and Franklin counties. In 1891 ho was appointed a member-nt-largof the World's Columbian Exposition, serv ing until February, 1893, when he re signed. In 1892 he was offered nn appointment on the Interstate Commerce Commission, but this ho dee FOR SALE! Seven Choice West Hickman Lots Mr Edward Klrktndall died Sudden A small boy threw a rock snd ly nt the home of George Schaffer Jeremiah Plowden of Cleveland hit on on St. James llayou, Monday night the boulevard last Thursday. When of heart failure. Tho body was a man has a bruited boulevard he Is brought hero Tuesday afternoon and spt to suffer for several weeks. after funeral service nt tho Christian MM 320 Acres Bottom of Fine Land. Cleared land thu ye will brine $12 ;0 to $15 00 u acre. Will mike termi eiir church conducted by Rov. II. II. Ambrose, tho remains wero Interred In tho Woodmen cemetery at cloven Wednesday morning. At a bargain. Will sell o'clofk Klrklndali was born In CleveMr. land, 0., Fob. 2. 1839. At an early singly or as a whole. age ho was bound out as an apprentice to a blacksmith nnd at the age of 17 moved to Muscatine, Iowa. He was married to Miss Miranda Hiker and to this union four sons LOOKED VERY LIKELY. wero born. Left a widower for many years ho married again several yearn ago. Ho came to Missouri In 1890, and during the last five years ho had lived In East Pralrio. Ho was onorgetlc and notwlthstand Ing his three scoro and ten years, was very active. Ho was visiting a friend on James llayou, and his son Fred had gone thuro to return home with him. They had retired for tho night and were talking when he suddenly gasped for breath. Ills son raised lilm up nnd called for help, but tho spirit had flown. Ho wan a member of the M. E church, North. He leaves a widow nnd four sons: J. I... of Hickman Ky., Wm. K.. of lllrno, Mo., nnd 8he I believe I saw Capt. Carpoozor Shas. S. and Fred, of East Prairie The Eagle Joins the many friends on tho Leas this morning. He Don't think so. I heard he' of tho family In sympathy for those Just left for India. bereaved. East PrairIo(Mo.) Eagle She I think it was he. He was go Mr. Klrklndali our well known fol ing Into the bar of tho Waldorf. has many friends hero Ho Aw r well p'baps you're right who will learn of his berenvument O with deepest regret. A Mllford (O.) paper ttlls us thai Henry Slimoro was hold up by two footpads who hit him with n sandbag In the neighborhood of the pump ta tton. Wo suppose Honry Is using an artificial pumping system during his convalescence. Mrs. Elijah Hcottleby of Duluth advertises for a capable woman who has no objections to scrubbing tho floors with a Chinaman, Mrs. Scottleby runs a small hotel, but that seems' to be no rcaron for making a mop of tho oriental. Mr. William Hlnkle of Pcatsboro, Tcnn., was putting a shirt over his head last Sunday, prior to going to ELLISON BROS. Well loraled, behind the levee Ho better land in lie bottom for coH:a, corn arJ Ellison Bros NORTH DESSIE. K '. J. C. Hawkins U .... t i -well wun ma m ho hlmaeir nas ueauii una io Ing mnfuied lo bod . " ar'aiAA- r" ir kmc i" F. L. Clark pet dog belonging to tho ..i... ... M.rnl- this ' -- W 1'A III family rushed in and bit him eight an effort to urocur- - a times between tho chiffonier and the vp lloynca of Tlptonv.dc Tbe front halt. 10 far has reiusea Mrs. Tcsste Truelove of Paw Paw, qulshion. Mich, threw the scissors at n chicken one day recently and struck her hus School Is mown on ... band In tho strawberry patch. Per- under llio uirvcnuu haps this means the strawberry vet t.o attendance 13 nodll' church, a 1 w ' mark. ton picking, as usual clined. A very strango Incident happened nt Rushvlllc, Neb., a fow days ago, when a man walked Into the office of tho UushvIIlo Standard and In payment for two subscriptions, hand cd tho editor a $50 bill and tho edit O or reached down In his pocket and FOR RENT: My building, now him $48. Of courso that was handed flee. tho correct change, but what causes occupied by Ellison Bros., Jsn.lst. uV 18o Inl883 Judgo Lindsay married Miss us to think tho Incident so strange, W. A. Dodds. O Eleanor Holmes, who survives him. Is, whore did tho editor of a country Judge Lindsay was recognized as newspaper get tho $487 "WUZ YOU AWAKE7" one of tbo ablest statesmen and law yers in Kentucky and for a number small nansas boy was onco Hlckmnn will bo great for one hour called In to view his now born baby of years was leader of tbo democracy of tho nation. Ho was one of tho at least, in her placid history. In brother. Ho looked It over with dis most capable Jurists that has occu- ovory newspaper In the United States satisfaction, and finally asked: "Ma pied the highest Judicial position In will appear the name of Hickman, ma, where did this thing como from?' tho biato. His courso was marked October 27. Tho president will bo An angel brought it, Jlmmle." :r.u by unit unswerving fidelity to duty thero and so will all of, for as goes "Wuz you awake when ho cuuiu?" and a full appreciation of tho respou- - tho old saying, a cat may look at a "Certainly, Jlminlo," "Well, then, mamma, all that 1 havo to say Is that slbllllty that rested upon him. He king. Fulton Leader. you aro dead easy. I'd llko to seo wroto the opinion of tho caso of tho Hut, Guy, entertaining a president any old angel put off such a looking O Commonwealth vs. Hawes, which inemploy Is no great undertaking for a town thing on mo. Hut I reckon we aro volved the Question of extradition Ice Coupon Books charged to ac , llko Hickman. stuck unless I can work Johnny count will bo at tha face value. No who, found. Mr and tho construction of tbo treaty O llrlUiln Green to trade it sight unseen for discount, allowed only for cash. negro burled. on that subject between Great ono of his spotted pups." Subscribo today, $1 a year. him. and tho United States. Coal Co. Hlckm&a Ice When John G. Carlisle resigned his seat In the United Statees Senato In 1893 to assume bo position' of aocro tary of the treasury in tho cablnot of President Cleveland, Judge Llnd say was chosen by tho Kentucky leg' Islaturo to fill out tho unexpired term and in January, 1894, he was for a full term to that of HARD TO UNDERSTAND. Now, O that flying machines have been Invented, they will bo Improved from time to tlmo, nnd automobiles will only be used by old fashioned people who aro not ambitious to get up In the world. i season. While Asabcl Purllght of Danforth. thu Kan., was breaking a mule tho animal Th..r.. U IinlhlniC Of tprtlil Uir grew fractious and kicked hkn ...,n.m at. tbe prvstftt ,nrlnl through a window. Mr. Purllght will 11 Il.nn that things aro doubtless havo the window protected U-. by steel gratings hereafter, nnd koep ..le.,1.. with the , away from It at that. When a mulo liU.lUA .mn VI TV UPC . begins reaching through windows to . it ul he oui kick people It Is high tlmo that the ..... ....... ,cr run' nucs . brute was hoppled. .1 hrst Cotton Is bringing good price That Five Feet. which lJ a very or books, they tell us now Five Will give to any men -" A noble and Wm. Ucshcars .III M clasale brow u r II i Ana a cholaallo scan. .i.i. mini una . . t,hoo mw Aiuruuvji ij,tt Hut thorn la J.r.mlah Snooks ' U Who ought to have a cinch. . nlB.ce. Munh r .h He hat nv thousand fret Of bo ai- d- us boy and Imw " 'v,rT,k, Ann never reads an Inchl ,.,. n,n i,nvs of i'1'-- ' ... O ... .i... irvlne time w rai mil awn v -- .. . . (in una "I FOR SALE: Ono of tho best cor .. ..Tru'LI w ner lots In Hickman now occupied kind words oi cn by J. R. Ilrown's mill; also a good ce found dead combined storo and residence. Tho Sunday 1 lc rcsldenco has about 8 rooms. Lot " ..." .,,1 lo baie Is 22x100 foot. Will soil worth tho " w . ......K.,, hours the mqnoy, Call at Hickman Courlor of- .. . fulure flco. ". .. tnr only .,.. '" 1 l- ft ar i.rt . ftn ,. u Hickman Will Entertain the Nation's Chief Executive Next Tuesday. Make Arrangements to be With Us A BLUK MARK THE HICKMAN COURIER. 1'riri, HIRE mMita llmt your Mi expired, Rcmtw promptly ifyne to cow went th to jb nllrr thin month tpr n ...nur JAff rsan HO, tfWs Mi Commercial Wagon up the Hill ot Success, The Cnuriar has a Spankin' Good Team, Grease (he Jlxlas or Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let' b Hitch Up WHOLE HO. Ji'tTO ESTABLISHED IS THE TEAK INBlrf ..,,,,," HI H WE8TEBH KEWTBOtT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1909. WHAT OTHERS SAY' ffthw mm Richmond WiW4 m Where Do You Keep Your Will and Valuable Papers? i aa. ..amaaammmawaam m 0 t "And upon them came the curse of Jotham the son of Jerubbaal." The Book of Judges, flJ7. & Bond Co.,' Hickman, Ky. have been feeding your Cotton Seed Meal and Hull for two yean to milch cows and find it to be the best feed I have ever used, also the cheapen, It increases the flow of milk and keeps the Am fully satisfied with your cows in fine condition. Hulls. Cotton Seed Meal and Respectfully, Mrs. L D. Threlkeld. I Gentlemen: And thus have you lied, and so have you lied, And thus have you wrought me wrong And I curse you now by the truth denied That shall cut like a hissing thong; By the hope you crushed, by the faith you broke, By the grief that you rendered worse, It shall drift in your eyes in the altar smoke Till you cower beneath my curse. I After one ha9 exercised due prudence and care in makinghis will, as every .property owner should, and in selecting his executor so that his requests will be carefully and strictly carried through, the important question is a place to keep it. As there is always more or less danger in leaving a will or other valuable papers around the house why not store yours in our vault will be absolutely safe there is no charge where it for this service at fire-pro- of -- . She Got What She Wi Ell DO Wanted taM m" Mrs. V umaarun, wJ i. BriCBT V J OU ' tilll av uru CIIUL St.. a itnm iud UrtlikP.la fall Ur onmarn lowered kc tald, paper an IUtt ...I e l "Why, I nuppete conTersaUon, a lot of foolUh ai nun what will wo hare to eat. Vn nilmartln ilrrW and Wttex4 W1nt U there to idem nmr nnininn oi piper in worrr about?" innirinv nrmr de- a nam lit pr'thards u. lurprue. "I ssp- eat about the en 1 itw law much difference the few bad a bite with them." Mei Mch ie returned to the Uc( it with Is, pin. )ou wouldn't put every- - Httl ihirply, "you're aa much cob tfcli I am or you would u rw cad anr Drlde about tou!" MM, Her htubind glanced at ber In Jimiat OTf r hli Diner one Binrn. Wlt oa earth U the matter with iuu vausa, mm si ftUiuft io uto uiu Taxi lO " i mn r tv i&j . (ivcun suit . -- w, i can i cuaaa vMuukU iur us iB fQea nn wjm u All b Itrilnhl.n. . Tior wrucn renect bla frame of OUmirtla held ud her work ".miyia II cnUCallT trhlU h .. I r r w..j A ... fc U . INBi to bt frarfiillv hard uaaenun.' anna, to - lao lii tnnihla wilt, ' , ,n warn ia h;i v... v nn urn worry "K .. UPPinn" Fha V'for. iu actual food I'm na... C.nlalna o Foliar I V U. a Remedy for "- tlnn of the liyes. - ml - 'I n WltH., 'med;T XtttA 111 r .. . A , . -- SL X wo t!ir brntlJ . vw'"'r . I. .wm ! 1 j .yMJ i. mtm i. il . Lam av aaf ..t VU T It MEDICINE CO.. 2 nce demanded, tarsiac euddenlr. "I dlda't hear." "I eald creamed eyatera are alee," repeated Mra. Ollmartla. "Sural Of eearee they arel" he de clared with MUuetaas. "All right. Xet'a bay creamed oyiten," and he delred into the eteek .market, satiated that there were Be mere vexing peebleeae to be aolred. "Well, you doat lmajlue wa can make a whole birthday aupper off erraaed enter, do you?" demanded Mr. 0 Urn aril a ladlraanUy. "There tsuet be a let of other thing, thought of. Mrs. rrttehard saya It's Just these little aSalr that brine out real tact and good taite." "Oh, bother Mrs. Prltehard I" eaapped Qllmartla. "Why, Willi" eald hie wife mildly. "I'm afraid yeu'ra out of sort this events, and I did want to hare a alee long Ulk about this little supper, because so much depends on It. Aren't you almost through with your paper?" "I beg your pardon," said ber husband, oontrltely, laying down his paper. "I didn't meaa to be cross. Now what will we have after the creamed oyster t" "I suppoee a chicken salad or something Ilka that would be all right," said Mrs. atlmarUa, rather doubtfully, "and we ought to have a stuffed tomato although that . seems awfully common and ordinary fer a birthday party. You know, the Prltehard always turn the whole thing over to Kobbem, wke has that caterer's place near them, whenever they have anything sort of formal a birthday or a holiday party, like this, you know." "What do we want of a caterer to get up supper for four people?" demanded Mr. ailmartln. "You can get away with It la great shape with Hilda to help you out" "Oh. I didn't mean for us to get Rebbem," she said. "I was Just telling you how easy It le for them, Mrs. Prltehard says It's absurd for people to go to the eipenie of hiring a eaterer for a small affair unless they hare plenty of money." Mr. OllmarUn stood up and took a turn aeros the floor. "Oh, she does, does she?" he said, deaaatly. "Ia that so? Well, you Just go ever to Kobbem' tomorrow and put the whole thing la bla hand and quit worrying. I gueaa we can ataad (or U about aa easily as Al Prltehard aa." Mrs. QllmarUa dropped her sewing te the floor with a delightful little squeal, ran around, the table, and threw both arm around hie neck. "0h, yeu old dear I" she cooed; "that's Just what I wanted you to say aU aloagl" lc aald. "Um huas," breathed tbe head of the fcettee absently. "What waa thatT" he souch for thtm. That's tllly. Dut It's the eteeUoa of a little menu for a Mrthdar party and the aad the U(hU and aad erery. thlaf." ahe added. "Mrs. Prltehard eaya h' the little thlnga that thow the clever botMekeeper.1 There wae alienee for a few mo saenU. Thea bla wife ventured a aufCeetlea. "Creamed syiUra are" alee," ahe n In about," ake went oa, "a&d wbetfaer It will be, aa you lay, good And brooded in wrath at night, have fought with your lies in the gloomy ways When wrestling to gain my right ; With a curse that Is keen as a serpent's tooth I swear you shall bend to me As deathless and great as the sleepless truth This curse that I make shall be. I have dreamed of this In the darkened days THE- HICKMAN BATsTK OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY. Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00 Though a man go down to the house of death Revenge is a living thing That will pulse its way as an outblown breath Where the stars In their courses swing, That will follow far past the dying suns Through the orbits devised of old Till it reach the place of the faithless ones Where the planets have long grown cold. And thus haveyou lied, and so have you lied My spirit.can bide and wait With the faith.you broke and the truth denied Till It find you before the gate. And there in the glow of a light sublime xln a vast, eternal place I shall tear all the truth from the page of time And shall fling It against your face. HOME INDUSTRY DAY Hickman Furniture Co. ONE METHOD OF STIMULATING. INTEREST -- INCORPORATED-- IN THE LOCAL MANUFACTURES Education of the People to Patronise Home Products and Better Appreciate the Importance of Their Reeldence Place. Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Hickman, Kentucky SO Tlwphon No, .11 1 H ARrAI TPT V . m iruvutuivi otv. JwwMeBaaa'aTaBaaagBaaa--10 saeaasssjBaeBgaaajse "asaw- - manufacturing engravirs XOUISVlLLB.hX.U.SA Samples on display at this office. The Hickman Courier - EXCLUSIVE IOCAI AGJSNTS EXCLUSIVE, FOR-THI- S LINE.- - jaaaaa ata ai. .aaaaa.aaa.ai ALL i. o KiiuH.'hi. . 1 I RURAL PHONE PATRONS. kviai Uiir, TUSTIMONIAU. j rEori)UKcirToiii AflUNU. M.lL II. Ml auk! M4y Iwe tANEEIt DRUG STOKE 1'nZ.P.CaMu.IW The management of (he Hickman Independent Home Telephone Co., wishes to announce that they are now ready to make connection with all country line on cither side of Hlekana. The company furnishes all equipment in the city and oonneeU with your line at the limits for S15 per Mae and charges 7Ee u month fof their exchange servteo. See A, w. DarU, We nro glad to bco County Clork S, T. Ilopcr out again. Ho had qulto H. T. Beale, Notary Public, at W. a spell of typhoid Jovor. A. Dodds' Lumber Office. Thoro I no truth In tho report Don't tako any substitutes ask for "Sansparlel" Flour beet on the mar- that I'rea. Taft and party may cut out Hickman and Cairo on bis river ket today. trip. It Is truo that ho was petiFOR RENT: My building, now tioned to luftko a change In tho Itinerary, but refused to do so. occupied by Ellison Bros., Jan. 1 it. 18o W, A. Dodds. All parties Boldiuf claims against J. J. Cruce, the only cotton planter tho estate of Mrs. Mlttle King, dein the Cnyce neighborhood, market- ceased, are horoby notified to present same at once for allowance. For ed soino fine cotton hero Friday. convenience, they may be left at the Hon. W, E. Jones, tho ltcpubllcun store of Nalfeh Bros., in Hickman, or candidato for Heprcsentatlvo from mall to the undersigned. B, L. King, this district, wo ovor from Moscow, Adtnr., Union City, Tonn., It F. D. Saturday. Not a better fellow In tho No. 7. ranks of that party for the place-- but Watch tho dato stamped on yaur their chances are so ullui, Courier beside your name. If you do not want tho paper to stop. For lilekman has opened thr-- now means that your "INovD" Southern, Honry Addition, Heights and Dond's Addition In tho paper will bo discontinued after Nopast two months, and thoy nro al- vember 1, 1909. Our mailing clerk; most all that could be aeked in tho has positive Instructions to stop all way of diversity of loeatlou and price papers which are not renewed before Well, they were not opened any too their expiration, Wo do not force this paper on anyone. soon. 'sORTSi&rj aaTaaraCT Moving pictures every night at the LYRIC. Second hand furulturo bought Ulckman Job Shop. at to Incheerful surrounding During late years numerous days aaand for corporate Into their places ot business hare been set aside for celebrating tone of elegance which would have certain events. Years ago Arbor day , a been tbe wonder of tradesmen of 30 was Inaugurated, One of the latest years ago, the majority of,whom be--1 days to be Inaugurated Is Mothers' Ilered that a store should consist of a day. It would seem that It Is only . few counters and shelve and a stock fltUng that there ehould be a Home (of goods. The growing tendency ot Industry dsy. 'the Ume, especially la the cities. Is Des Moines, la., has Inaugurated 'one that demands modem methods. what Is called a Factory day. On this (And In adopUng these methods It Is day schools and retail business houses natural that the window should are closed and the populace go from , but receive the first share of attenUon, as factory to factory and view the vari- . It Is a magnet, having power to con- . VII.. . ous processes of manufacturing goods IIM mn- Tort uio lnaiucrouL (juuiiu iuw I.t... and learn much of the Industry of the ested customers. What holds good ia city. In Omaha recently, members of the oHiea as to neatness and cleanlitbe Commercial club have been de- ness, also holds good In the small voting one day la the month to vis- town. The storekeeper whose place iting manufacturing plants. is untidy cannot expect to make a These plans are most excellent for great success. Country people abhor educating the people as to the re- dirt and slovenly habits about a store sources of their communities. A Home aa do the city folk. Industry day would no doubt be the o means of better acquainting the peoThis is to noUfy the public that ple of each town with the resources' of each particular place and would hereafter I shall not be rseponslble open up avenues little considered and for any debts or other obligaUons that aUmulate tbe establishment of new en- may be contracted by my son, George terprises. The most good perhaps Reeves, who lsa minor. E. E. Reeves, p would result from the tact that the Hickman, Ky. people of each community would learn Thirsty? REO Is wha' you need. of the products of their home place and better realize how great the advantage would be to utilize those products Instead of using manufactures from other places. A Home Industry Jay should not be for the business or tbe professional people, but should be a day In which all residents, men, women and children, could participate and all become acquainted with the Womea auffertaf from headThe varied resources of the place. ache, backache, pala Inside, or school children would find a visit to aarrouaneaa, cr any othar all. the different factories helpful to them, BMat reauHljw from famala give them a practical idea of how diftrouble, should get Cardul and ferent articles are made and broaden their views as to buslpess methods. um K regularly. Cardul baa Home Industry day can be Inaubaaa fouod, by thousand of gurated In any town by the clUzens ladles, to rail eve female weak-Bes- s, making a united effort. In fact, each by natortog to baaltb state could by legislative enactment tee v k Toaaaah otfiM. set aside such a day with great benefit to tbe state and Its people, and the establishment of Home Industry day might moan the saving of millions of dollars annually to the state. This day could be made one of real pleasure, as well as a day of education and universal profit. Refreshments could be serred by enterprising manufacturers, Mm. P. S. Mis, Murietta, and other entertainment In the way of CalaL, triad Cardul aodvritea: music, etc., could be utilized In making It a day long to be remembered. "I do&'t think anyoM caa -17-4- When Sick D. M. CARR. Keep the Store Clean. fact that In manuIt is a facturing concerns cleau surrouodrogs tend to a higher standard of workman-shi- p among the employes. If this Is true of a factory which Is usually hidden away from the public gaze, what must be the moral effect of la a retail store clean surrounding which has to depend upon the public for Ita welfare? It neatness In the store and display window Is attractive, elegance must be decidedly alluring. That this latter Is a fact Is proven by the elegant stores of many twenUeth century dealers who have well-know- racoevnaad Idffclytaaa a medicine mora, I I be-ke- aad a 1 caa CarduL mUhap, foUowed by I poaltlvaly va vould have died, bad It aot been for CarduL Whan I began taking It, I could not stand cemy feat After taking tvo bottles, I wae cured. sm I nov weigh 165 pound." Try Cardul ttvillbalpyou. Sold avejiyvbars. takes advantage ot the DopuLar de--i Greatest of Jill f The Big Dap TUESDAY Stupendous SiEidnLjEii Pres. Taft's! Address Address by Gov.. A. E. Willson v Patriotic Band Music Firing Cannon Salute 500 School Children in Song All kinds of Gala Day Attrac-tionand Amusements. s v -- ' " 4 w -- ft Cheap Railroad Rates o Not Miss m A HE 0 P . .... i iA.lt A. IAiIa.1. Uil.L LI1I1I..L. tAili A..L. Hi 1a 1. Ill We Are Headquarters & Ladies Shoes of the newest, smart- i nnrtsaw Next Tuesday. Read tho Courier. Schmidt, tho Tailor. 411 , LOOK We will be in Hickman 1 A dirndl gathering are est and prettiest creations ever exhibited, awaiting you at our store. A style for every taste, H) Don't fall to decorate Plain center tables Co. All kinds ot mcaU CCc. Homo Fur. Mooro's gro and a perfect, graceful fit for every foot. Boys and Girls School Shoes A Complete Assortment of cery. at days for he purpose of buying ten carloads of Old Iron, such as old binders, movers, wagon tires, plow points, stove iron, also old cop per, brass, and rubber, for which we pay 5 Hear D, H. Wilson sing at tho Lyric Friday night. Fresh Oysters, any quantity, at tho Crescent Cafo 80 HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. Dont wait but bring it now. You will find us at Hickman Ice & Coal Co. MILLET orfEIVE NEW AUTO a ur TiCtlvcUd jianmuuiu infttldion arm Jar -, k Sr -- Men's He ad to Foot Outfitters -- ALEXANDER ed In tbo offlco of Uio Circuit Clork, slnco tho September term of court.: Mrs. Nannlo Hyrn vs. D. M. Dyrn Divorce J. It. Hertwlck vs. Sarah Hortwlck Divorce; Mrs. Mlnnlo If you want boiled ham, call No. Tho Crescent. If Its a swoll pair ot pants you want, try Schmidt. Tinware and stove flituros at teraworth & Prather. Bet- - 0. (Lhtn & manager o. t-- w.o loni Hi TRB Kmtfln LflullL V w- - .1 UB.miD AAAAAAAAAAAAA AAA AAAAAAAAAA that last winter's suit. Tolcphono Havo Schmidt to clean and press McADOO BROS., Hickman, ky. THE TAFT PARTY. Besides tho four vessels of tho United States Navy now lying In St. Louts hnrbor, there will bo about 27 others in tho fleet that will accom pany President Taft nnd party down tho Mississippi, October 25. Present Indications lead to tho belief that tho fleet will havo aboard nt least 2,800 persons, many ot them women. The ladles will be aboard tho steamers Savannah and Capo Clrardeau. Tho Savannah will nlso carry dele gates to the Dcop Waterways Convention. The Capo Girardeau will carry delegations from Missouri, East St. Louts, Belleville and Alton in addition to tho ladles. .o CLUBBING RATES. Globe-Democr- vs. Myra Sccarco hinc and makes practl J. F. Kail to It. N. Whlto head lots 8cearco, ct al. Suit for settlement . ..... uhim runnuiK. ui" Ir. Kulton. $225, of estate Iffl II I1U IIUB11IUM Mil 0. O. Nix to L. A. Scar, lots In John Ilroadliurst vs. Ella Broad ! Kan been given a wir Hill, hurst. Divorce. $soo nude goou. W. a. Browder to Qoo. II. Woodrow Clara Wlmbcr vs. Oeorgo Wlmbcr. ni C7 acres land, $4030 Divorce. Sam Lynch vs. Martha Lynch. Dl' ,,1.. in Wm II rkmnn "". n Cliiv I. . .' oouinern ncigni., .MP- . -vorce. .nr.. it rlno t)lcco of Mrs. N. C. Irvlno vs. Dr. A. J. Aex andcr. Suit for settlement of estate, " . fnr nc It will taXo IV ,u C. P. Kprthcross vs. J. L. Northing- .. nn pfv rnif W II- .ton. Plaintiff was hired to teach a .v, uun.un, .n Imnrnvft! and w 111 .1.. u.il to Chas Marsuerlto colored school at Fulton nnd a short n.r nm0 I ...... mm " mien, mnu, Norton time later defendant was also elect t ..... - tlA.lt v Prt L, T. Callahan to W. U. Moacham, cd. At tho last term of tho Circuit Court, Northcross secured an inujne-tloIota In Pulton, $2000. against N'orthlngton, restraining U. O. DeMycr to C. C. Ford, loU I In hlra from teaching. The caso was Fulton, $2200. n. II. Kirk to J. N. Lusk, land In carried to tho Court of Appeals nn,d we understand tho restraining order was tnado permanent. U. O 11 tit Count Court. Leon D. Bmlth vs. Mildred It. Smith Real EiUta: that grocery ordor to & Oettcrsworth Prather. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. l. j, Nice Iron Beds $2.C0 up cash or credit Homo Furnishing Co. Miss Azaleo Itay returned to Hick man from Water Valley, Monday. TAItPINB for coughs and colds 26c per bottle. Helm & Ellison. WANTED: - 11 ,.., Jersey Cow, A strictly first class fresh. L. P. Ellison. w " Forty laughs in forty minutes at the Lyric tomorrow (Friday) night, If you want a good hearty laugh go and sco "Jayvlle Junction" Frl day nlglt. That last years overcoat will do this season if you havo Schmidt tlx It up. All work guaranteed. Mrs. S. L, noyster, of near town, fell from ber porch last week and re ceived a serious sprain of the an Wo. Hickman liai built more concrsm walks and crossing this year than any other town in U. S. of thosamo population. sowing machines, guar nntecd .for 10 years, and all attach- mcnts.'Jbeautifully finished, only $16. Homo Furnishing Co. 11. S. Elliott Is building two resi dences in tho Henry Addition. Let the good work go on. Wo need ruoro residences in Hickman. Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. W. A. Dodds, Plaintiff, vs. R. A. Craddock, Defendant; .Equity! By virtue of a Judgment and order of salo of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at the September term, thero- oi, mm, in tne nuovo cause, ny agreement ot tho parties herein, 1 shall proceed to offer for salo at tho Court House door In Hickman, Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction, on tho 8th day ot November. 1903, at 2 o'clock p. m.( or there- n 1 County Court was In session last Divorce a ii it OUT IfsUICi inC P( t All RUU tirit.. F. U. Attcbcrry vs. M. &. O. U. K. week, and the following business was a ri a iwnsT linn wtm rmvii Suit for $100 damages for bunilng transacted, Ul. Schmidt, the Tailor. building. Plaintiff, resides In tho Tho following fiduciary settlements 30 Cay co neighborhood, were filed nnd ordered lay over days for exceptions COMMISSIONER'S SALE. While waiting for tho President. C. p. Smith iwrdlan for W. A Ooorgo. Tuesday, visit K. II Klllson-- ensu A. Tjlcr Plaintiff, vs. James S. A, Wllklns Ruardlan for Koy Store, tbo House ot Bargains. Thomas, rtrtue of a judgment and or Stop Feds guardian for Waytuond The Harper Decorating Co., of Louis a wle of Fulton Circuit Court, Coo, vllle, havo four men In Hickman to mi at thi September tcriu I. 4. Krcni Admr. for Chas. From. dceorato tho city for tho visit of ., I r.i, I . . i . . . J, T. Underwood guardian for Geo. President Taft next Tuesday, This cm cl icvcn hundred nnd eight Underwood. company Is ono of the leaders In Its (ITOS.COi (h lntcrcat at tho T, 8. llutlcr administrator of E. D, line In thq south and hnvo some very ot t per cent i.-tier annum until King, flattering recommendations from citltd rrtf tittiln t tt It tv. Yes Drpwiler administrator o( Katb ies and Individuals for whom htcy to offer fur salo at tho Court I crlnu Hrowder, hnvo worked. They will also decor ipor n III kmap, Ky., to tho 11. T. Davis guardian for Saaio ana ato dwellings and business housos, bidder, at public auction, on I Sherman Iloen. and tho Courier trusts every progres Ita dr of November 130, nt 2 T A. l'rathcr administrator of W. sive business man In town will decor a rr thereabput )bcngM. Ilacoq, nto his business house and present v,v..v v I W. . f ' P ' 1' " a patriotic appearauco to tho First cpttbl, the follnwlnr dcierlbod I Thmnta. Citizen on his visit hero next Tues 'Wi 'oti k i ,o. iv anu I H. a. wiiKins guaraian ai nuuvn day. feet of Vic lot No. 33 Wllklns. a 1 Laugh and tho world laughs with you snore nnd you snoro aionc go "Jayvlllo Junction" Friday to r nlght and havo a good laugh. NOTICE: Tho Standard Oil Co., will hereafter deliver coal oil and gasollno on Monday, Wednesday and Friday only. Phone 61. Mose Bar-ket12tt Agent. " t. Tho Hickman Courier and the St. (twice-a-weeLouis ..$1.E0 Both ono year for Tho Hickman Courier and tho St both Louis Republic $1.40 one year for The Hickman Courier and Mem (Weekly), phis. Commercial-Appea- l $1.25 both ono year for Tlio Hickman Courier and the St, and Memphis Louis Commercial-Appea- l threo papers all ono year ror The Hickman Courier and Rural Routo Dally Republic, (to parties on rural routes). A dally paper and a weekly paper, both one year for only $2.60 , Tho Hickman Courier and Woman's National Dally, both one year for IMS only Fopo Herring was In Union City Tho Hickman Courier and Woman's yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Herring exFarm Journal, both ono year for only pect to move back to Union City $1.15 about tho first, of December. They havo a host ot friends in Hickman leaving. Hot coffeo at all hours Crescent who will regret their (twlco-a-week), pur-cha- so Globe-DemocrJudg--men- about (being County Court day), upon a credit of six months the following property, Parts ot tho S. E. and S. W. Qrs. of Sec. 20. T. 1, R. D, W. containing 161 acres moro or less same being tho tract of land known as the Gouley place and lying 103 poles on the Dyersburg Road and extending north" 160 poles containing 103 acres more or less, and the remaining 58 acres moro or less of the tract hereby conveyed adjoins on tho wtest tho first described tract conveyed by D. W. Dlckerson to Daisy D. Overby, nil lying and being In Fulton county, Kentucky, or sufficient thereof tq produce tho sums of money so ordered to bo made. For tho price, the purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal Interest' from tho day of salo until paid, and t. having the forco and effect of a Bidders will bo prepared to comply promptly with those terms. J. R. MILNE R, Com.. lo-w- At tho "Jayvlllo Junction" enter night un Boctlon Moscow tainment, given ou Friday Q. M. Ilopcr, third auspices of tho Ladles Aid. of I HSU dl DIOIli'V mn nrttrrn der tn tt i uuu rnnu a wv w w.wvbvm 1 iiu t church, Mr. Porter Qt n I ft tho Presbyterian 6. flP (h(t hllVtKnaA .k I BVWUU aAKMnn UllUT liUlvtli .nni..l ovvuwh I'llvVf I'ununiv Yrlrn ftuu B,huwato will tako tho heavy comody 'Booth N. Darretl", mo acior, mmt txecuto llond. bea E. Iloocr. first section Luns ro-Tho laughs that this part alono brings iniercst from the day of inl ford rod. tho price of admission. Ild, Bd halnp tho forco and Tho caso of W, J. Darry vs. II. F. Is worth o of a Judgment lliddera will Hemlev was appealed to Circuit Court, 'o campiy promptly wiuj Tho suit was an exception to mo soi FOR SALE: The Mrs. Klttlo King urtni. tleincnt of tho cstato of Mary Judgo, farm ot 192 acres, 2uiUoi oast ot deJ. It, 1IILNEK. Com. doccased, Judgo Naylor awarded Hickman. Well traprovod and a sirable place. For terms, write B. I verdict pf $125 to palntf(. King, tlnloa "Ity, Tenn., Iloute 7. COMMISSIONER'S BAUE, . Circuit Court, O Circuit Court. Kentucky. Get ready for Tuesday. hnvo been fll Tho following suits Mwn, Jr., Plaintiff, vs, Uob , -- - oriuMldcnt tht'ivcf to producvl Vi va Mwav ttiWAiuHii, s nuyuilIVVU la Wo aro sorry to learn that tho In- dependent tolephone movement at Un ion City foil by tbo way. However, In timo, thoy will bo forced to take up again where they left off. Co to see Claronco Reed as "Ha.pi py Happen," tho tramp, propose marriage to John DUon as "Mrs. O'Cal Ja. n International Clothes Arc The Finest llhan" the Irish scrub lady, at tho Lyric tomorrow night. Tho city of Hickman throws open her doors to visitors noxt Tuesday. Tho committees In charge havo niado nil arrangements to mako your visit a nleasant one. Como and spend tho entlro day with us. Thursday ovenlng ot last week, T. T. Swayno entertained large number of friends at Bridge In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Keith Muso, ot Atlanta, Gn., who aro visiting Mr. and Mrs, L. P. Ellison. A aalad course was served. Mrs. Will Hubbard, and Mrs. Arch Boogher, ot Itonnoko, wcro guests. On In America. HIS statement is based on "rtue of It th of a judgment and ordor ...wu vutua ujun. . above cause, for tho hundred Ki.mn iiniinr. "Men at tho rate of C por " "UUUU1 ui in nn in nvwi rmstn I "liall preed to offer for tth Court llcmiui ilnnr In 1IIV. to this hlchcHt lililil.ar nt "cuon. on tho 8th day of r. "OS. at 2 o'clock t.. m.. one m.. tU In tho iI.. renu- .1 Mrs. "i "Mtlr - fa ... luuug county court Hickman, a credit of six months, proDorlv. In.wlM W and 161. nil In l.lnnV !t vu ilm tjin.. nr mnn nf I.ta it hlle you are paying for it. io A dollar a week . gives you nc living vuu.ca I .t lL mmkIH "b J wa ereateit lingers i tne lurnng rousiu oi iuo great tniiuary oanus, imiiuuku... v and quartieii oy accorapnncu ular songs ot tne aay j we ocsi uuuv.c iiiuv,...i perfect time ana rnyium ana jouu cuuuKu dancing sacrea muaiui wmiii Come and learn particulars oi our casyj i payment plan. WHAT A DOLLAR WILL DO k dollar a week buys a Victor. And you hae tho fact that they clothe more men than any tailor in the world. it! , q They would not i ELLlSOJH BROS., Hickman, i& f IUlflclnt th. .... tl WwtMf, limn . Fulton rmmiv. ifn. thereof In urn. 01 "enoy so ordered iot tho Purchase price, with BDnrovi..! Charles Bailey, recently a petit Juror at tho Now Madrid county cir cult court, was kicked and beaten to tho bluo point by Clydo Lewis on tho Quit train near Parma last Wed nesday night. Bailey was sitting In the smoking car when Lewis who lives at East Prairie, walked up and niiki'd If ho woro tho Bailey who served on tho Jury which sont his have the if largest trade clothes their were not the finest at popular rnrl. l"l Interval from tho day . "ItfCt of n l,wlm.. ni.i. mi.., Prt'Pared to comply ibcsa term.. J. H. JIILNEIt, Com. brother to tho pen for ten years for killing a man at Slkoston u year ago, Balloy said ho was tho Juror, where upon Lewis knocked him down and trotted on his countenauco. Lewis wilt bo arrested and probably given tho pleasuro of being with bis brother for a timo. Capo Girardeau Ilopuoii can. Samples now on prices, display-t- o measure only, and MMaMWSMWSBMlSMSMSMtsMaasaas,,,, MILLET & ALEXANDER 4 CTRAY LOCAL NOTES - TAKEOUT... Drugs Hickman Drug Co. Is Buffering r717 ULSL rM tt--ii vJUlV Mrs. S. M. Hublmrd with n sprained nnklo. Mrs. J. M. Hubbnrd and daughter, Miss Charlotte, nro In Nashville. the SHOES FOB Crutchflcld Circuit Clerk J. W. Morris was In ft few days last, week. To aMurc you R fabric to your liking. You can find hare tha VERY FINEST DOMESTIC and IMPORTED WOOLENS in diffident variety to meet the itnli. vidual taite, and yet in no TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT in Hickman are these patterns to be found in duplicate. If you would avoid thm tedious monotony that is so characteristic of men's dress today we can be of service to you. : : : : : Z2DT M7 - i V i 'DClVI'TinnX sAIXZJI 1 KJ.JV M a M I Mrs. John Itopcr nnd Mrs. Murley Roper were In Union City this wook. Mrs, C. G. Schlcnkor tins returned from a visit to relatives In Eaton, O. WOT! PflBTICDLHB Ml Miss Nina McClellan, of Caycc, Is tho guest of Miss Ethel N'aylor this week. Mrs, Eugcno Noylor and- - children, Violet and I.ucllo, nro visiting rein tlves at Cay ce. i A- - $lG.OO AND UP TO If you arc contemplating buying a pair of shoes, be sure you buy $30.00 PAY .... SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR NOTHING TO Bostonian OR Purity, accuracy and quick service is tho moto of our drug department. Hlckmnn Drug Co. Mrs. Fopo Herring and daughter, Mrs. Will Hubbard, Went to Union City, Monday, to visit. LOST; lied pocket book containing $20 and some receipts. Howard if returned to John Wright. Kneeland They are the best and most stylish made. .. This season is the best we ever had. This proves to ui that our lines are the Best Ever Brought to HickinTn' We realize this is saying a great deal, but think we can prove the assertion if you will drop in and let ui show you. We extend to our friends a SPECIAL INVITATION TO VISIT THIS STORE ON OCTOBER 20th stay as long as you want to. and nunn Tn a rvn lvJCf I trYLJL Millet & Alexander Men's Head io Foot Outfitters nnd children until Sunday with relatives at Crutchflcld. Mrs. A. O. Kiinbro visited from Friday Mrs. B. C. Whlto and family, of Dorena, Mo., spent Saturday and Sua day with Mrs. C. S. Patterson. THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covtri Wtsttm KtntocU Like SPEER 4. Get tho "bag" out of the kneo of your trousers beforo Taft's Day, SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Schmidt will do tho Job right, BRADLEY & PARHAM FINAL ARRANGEMENTS. lhtVn" T. A. Holcombc, wlfo and son, of This paper stODi when your subscription expire. You Ret Greenville, Miss., arc tho guests of a you do poJtnse starapi: The Courier Just Cash In Advance, We make NO exception his parents, C. A. Holcombo and fatnl Jubtcrlptlon SI a lar TEST LAKE TITLES. Suit will bo filed this month by Attorney General Cates to clear the state's title to Iteelfoot Lake The conference of Gen Cates In Memphis Friday with tho representatives of th West Touncssoo Land Company, owners of Iteelfoot Lake, and tho governor did not corapromlso. Gov. Patterson wus of Urn opinion that It would 1k proper to proceed with the matter under the act of the last legislature, which directs tho attorney-genera- l to examine iht claim of tho Iteelfoot Lako holders nnd fllu suit to clear tho state's title. Gen. Catcs will bo assisted by tho D. J. Calddistrict attorney-general- , well, David U. Puryear, of Gallatin, and Mr. Ilnrr. of Dresden. Mr. Pur year and Mr Darr were appointed by Gov. Patterson to assist Gon. Cates. The purposes of tho suit will bo to clear tho title; that Is, to ascertain If tho West Tennessee Land Company lias n clear tltlo tn Iteelfoot take. If tho land company establishes Its tltlo In Uio courts tho attorney, general Is directed to Institute condemnation proceedings so that Heel-foo- t take may become a public Should tho state successfully Ttoniflag, Oct. 21St, 1909 ROUTE NO. FIVE. Mr. Dolph Hicks Is having Hickman is now dressed In her pa triotlc suit Sec that all streets are cleaned nnd your premises "brushed up." -- NOTICE am now in the market for Corn at any point on N. C. & St. L. Ry. Will pay highest cash price. See me before selling. I Tho General Arrangements Commit- attack the title t!. ccedlngs will It t. :;srr The matter w ' A ten day's meeting will begin at Rogers School house next Saturday Mr. Goldy Wilson is having n fine night. Everybody invited. E. r Wright house built. Mrs. Lela Williams is visiting her Keith Muso and wlfo havo returnaunt, Mrs. Fcrrel, near Hornbeak. ed to Atlanta, Ga., after a visit with D. D. Kirk and family spent SunMr. and Mrs. L. P. Ellison and other day with W. W. Hamlin and family, Mr. J. B. Bruer and family spent relatives. Sunday with Mr. William Bruer and Cards aro out announcing Uie mar family. rlage of Miss Eren Walston, of near Rev. Metheny filled his regular ap- Crutchfleld, to Blanton H. Newport, pointment at Mt. Manuel Sunday. A of Fulton, on Nov. 17th. large crowd attended. Mrs. W. O. Reeves, of Chaffeo, Mo. Mr. Cyrus Ferrel and family, of Hornbeak, spent Saturday night with is visiting her mother, Mrs. M. E, Rose, and sisters, Mrs. J. R. Brown, Henry Howard and family. Mrs. William Bruer is getting along Mrs. Laura Burnett nnd Mrs. Mattie nicely with her broken limb, under Harper. the care of Dr. Glover. Eld. Perkins, of th6 Primitive Bap Misses Bulah Glover and Georgio lists, will preach at Graves School Myrtlo and Dora Howard went to Houso on tho fifth Saturdya andSun- Hickman Monday, shopping. day, at 11 a. in., and at tho Court Messrs. Buck Escuu and Henry House each night Howard are having tiling put in the Deputy-Sherif- f Goaldcr Johnson loft low places on their farms. Miss Lena Hicks fell and cut her this morning for Fulton to bring a kneo very badly Sunday morning. She negro named Tine Boaz to this city Is under the care of Dr. Glover. The negro Is charged with assaulting R. J. Bugg, who is fatally Injured, and feeling is running high. Mob Mrs. E. Case has returned from violence is feared. The injured man a visit to Mrs. Herman Scates at was robbed .and beat almost into a a now barn built. tee has decided to havo Pres. Taft speak from a stand erected on tho river bank near tho old mill building llu may bo better hoard then than In the park. by bill ottneka;-WesTvnnrsse stato Insisting " t I - 3 .. i ' 1 la tsar 1 ct tl. ;rT lit G. M. BRADBERRY Hickman. - Kentucky Immediately after finishing his address tbu President nnd party will bo driven through Clinton street, where he may bo seen by evorrouo. Tho parade will be In tho following order: First carriage: Pres. Tnft. Capt llutt, 1st Aid; Gov. Wlllsou, of Ken tucky; C. L. Walker, President Cora merclal Club; James Sloan, Secret service. Second carriage: Flvo secret senvice men. really parted ir-thgrunts tsu-- l are void. Th.- t In the Obion ciu - ' : t:J 'ir -- i it; ' t.iari- O- -- Third carriage: Postmaster Gen cral. Secretary of War. Secretary of Stato and Hot). It. T. Tyler. Vote for A. M. Shaw for Magistrate Autos following will carry the varl of the Third District. ous committeemen looking utter the Best Clear Heart Cypress 8hlngtet arrangements. o S3.50 a thousand. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. SHOT HIS FRIEND. L. D. Perry, ia quite nick. the restaurant man. Tho adls and ( poso tho east ff Vi... IjsfJca' ... u iNMiik iu in i i j a .ri . asi 't- pcrfcrs f when tbo night ( :t thca anco arrives thv . - tritira ... a .iiiaiiti. . v. I. I nijuia . in r credit to a trow J J. T. Dillon will . ,7 i. MfofUif "Irish leddy. I tho tramp and 'J H tako the part of i L:r;t:T! Ik. . L i.-- 1 ::i i u Union City. J)Ulp. Or. Cook and Com. Peary" s OWN STORIES OF HOW THEY REACHED THE NORTH POLE will be told later told doubtless at great length. Our story of how we reached the Pole of perfection in the putting up of Physicians' Prescriptions we purpose telling briefly here today. We lay no claim to being the first white men to put up prescriptions correctly. We lay no claim to priority whatever, but we do claim to put up prescriptions by a system in which all mistakes are avoided and in which only the good points of our long experience in the drug business, are embodied. We can take care of all your business in a systematic way. Helm & Ellison HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Tho eon of J. M. nell. A sad accident occurred In. tho of West Hlckmnn, died, Tuesday, of Crutchflold neighborhood last Monday rover. Burial at Gardner, Tcnn. night, when Oscar Seat shot and per John Stone You aro welcome at tho Hickman haps fatally wounded The bullet struck Stono In the hip Drug Co. storo Oct. 2Gth. Como In and bco tho prctUcst drug storo fn and, ranging downward, entered tho stomach. Western Kentucky. Tho two young men were members FOR SALE: A nlco residence, ono of a Jolly crowd of young people who block from Fostofflce. The house went to tho homo of Mrs. Jim Fcrgu has 0 room., two halls, and two qorch son to n cbnrlvarl. Mr. and Mrs, A, es; in good repair and a vory deslra Gardner, who were married at Ful bio placo. Call at this office. ton last Sunday, were tbu objects of . While tho fun the Tho Wlllard Gorton entertainment was at Its height, a pistol In tho nt tho Lyric last night merited a possession of Scat was accldently much larger attendance than was given It. Ho Is an artist In Imnor discharged, the biillot striking Stono above result. Bonatlng, sketching, clay modeling and with tho Physicians performed an operation u good story-telleon tho Injured man Monday, In an Hon. K. S. Mooro, democratic noml effort to save his life, ami ho Is ueo for tho legislature from tho coun thought to bo Bomo better today. Mr. Seat is prostrated over.'thoaf' ties of Hickman and Kulton, is stump. Jng Hickman county this week in tho fair, as Stono was one of his most interest of Democracy. Next week ha intimate friends. Oscar Scat Is a brother of J. T. win speak In Fulton couuty. Scat, sheriff of this county. Hon. It. T. Tyler, chairman of tho Later: Ab wo go to press wo Taft Day Iteccptlon Committee, has learn that young Stono died last night named tho following to serve on his O commlttcot Col. C. C. Mongol, Louis Wilt Nunelly, a young muu from ville; S. L. Dodds, Hickman; C. K. Hlco, Fulton; O. L. Wnlker. Hickman near Muyflold, who was working for tho Mengel Uox Co., died In this J. T, Stephens. Hickman. city last Friday, after a week's 111 A railroad mail by the namo of It. noss. His death occurred at the J. Uugg, was found in an alley in Fill homo of lien White. Tho body was ton, Tuesday morning with his skull taken to Pryorsburg, Toon., for burial, fractured. Tho day beforo ho hod He was n stranger In this city. cashod a check for J17 nnd had be Whcro did you get that now suit? sides SIS In money. Tho SIC bud not Why, that's my last winter's suit been touched when found. Ho Is in Schmidt, tho Tailor, clcanod it up. a critical condition. Mrs. Pearl Uussell. arrived hero Tuesday afternoon, from two to Wednesday morning from Greenville, four, Mrs, J. T. Stopbons entertain Miss., to visit cd a largo number of friends at rook, Uorn to tho wife of Arthur Shaw, Their new beautiful home was beauti fully decorated with cut flowers and at Statu Lino, Wednesday morning, im potted plants. There won eight ta a girl. bles and tho games of progressiva rook C. A, Porry hus roturuod from Hot played with much Interest .An excel- Springs, whero hujms been for his lent salad courso was served. Mrs. health. 4, Llzzlo Lowe, of Paragould, guest of Miss Lizzie Ambers, was an Miss Kstello Hurpor Is visiting' In guest. Union City this week. merry-makingn Tt-should Insure a lnr t- sciW will be a number ' t cf thabrlxll ling specialties ty i 7..... . - , " " vw auu Hickman. 0 - in Fulton the IV n ct tb l Taft Day SOUVENIR VIEWS On Post Cards "PICTURES YOU WILL WANT Wc have made arrangements to take pictures of all the best things to be seen on October 26 the Battleships, Flotilla, Presidential Party, Parade, etc. They will be made on post cards nnd will make splendid souvenirs. Leave your order at our store and the cards will be reserved or mailed to your address. The price will be only 60 Cents a t Dozen- We guarantee the work.to please you. HELM & JELLISON Hickman, Kentucky to Hickman Tuesday and Make This Store Your Headquarters - Citizen' Ticket. FOR MAYOR. Tom Dillon, Sr. FOR COUNCILMEN. Tom Dillon, Sr. C. G. Schlenker. CF. Baltzer. R. M. Isler. C. P. Shumate. Bruce Powell. Local j m Schmidt tho Taft tho President, tailor. Monday. T. T. Swayno was In TIptonvIllo. Willlo Dondurant spent Sunday In Union City. C. II. Bruer la in Union City today on business. It. II. Joyner left for Union City this morning. City, Sunday. Itobt. Lewis was hero from Union Tako that prescription to tho Hick. ' man Drug Co. Harris, the son of L. Harris, ot Fulton, died Saturday. Mo., was here B. B. Sanders, of Caruthersvlllc. a few days this week. The frost of tho 11th Inst, did considerable damage to tho cotton crop In tho bottoms. A government dredge boat Is now dredging the river channel at Medley, 10 miles above town. Miss Loula Shuff, who la attend ing school In this city, spent Sunday with her parents near town. Sam Haynes, a negro laborer, of Pulton, fell from a moving train last Saturday night and was killed. V lir" P in the air is a pretty risky place to be; but there are daring spirits who brave the dangers and who are rapidly proving that man will sometime conquer that new realm of science. Mrs. J. A. Thompson has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. B. B. Sanders, at Caruthersvllle, Mo. Mrs. Lowery Stone and llttlo daughter, Mary, aro visiting her parents at Greenfield, Tcnu., this week. There are only a few men up in the air in this way, buta whole lot of fellows are "up in the They don't know what they buy; pay a good price, and don't know wheth- on the clothes question. get value for it or not. Package candles from 5c to $5.00 they There's really no reason for it; there's a very simple and easy way of be- - a package made last night by tho famous Jacob's factory at the Hickman Drug Co. Try It. The evening was a thoroughly enjoyable one throughout, and It was with reluctance that tho guests at a late hour took their dcaprturo. D. B. sure about clothes; and we'll tell you what it is. X Hart lake Schaff ner & Marx . all-wool, Val Carpenter, Julian Choate and Wilson were In Mayfleld the first of the week buying mules. Thoy brought back 42 head ot yearlings. Atty. O. Spradlln, of Union City, has purchased the old Chambers farm of 300 acres, near Jordan. It was owned by S. T. Wade, also of Union City. Wo understand O. W. Phelps, of tho cast end of tho county, Is contemplating moving to a farm near Hickman. Wo'U bo mighty glad to ou and you know what that means. Per-ectthat you can know about. Every fabric is tailored; and the style and fashion are the product of the greatest style creators in the country. get a positive guarantee from us and from the makers that the clothes' shall satisfy you in every way. clothes ly have him. The point we're making is this When you buy Hart Schafiner & Marx clothes, you know ctly what you're getting, and it's the best in the world. ex- - All parties Interested In NOTICE: the Home Telephone Co., are requested to attend a meeting at the council chamber Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Important business. We'd like to have you see some of the new grays we're showing in fine suits. iry heautifnl, rich iri pattern. Such goods are economical always. The new models in overcoats are very stylish; in many choice fabrics. The fabrics are to Wilson Martin, a young man at Fulton, accidently shot himself with a pistol Saturday night, tho ball taking effect In hla arm. He dropped tho weapon from his pockot which caused Its dlschargo. Saturday afternoon Tho Bntro Nous Club met with Miss Hazol Johnson for tho comJohnson and ing winter. Progressive Hook was played, after which tho business of Spanish tho club was transacted. cream and cako wore served. Suits $20 to $25. Overcoats 916.50 $25. SMITH Thi S & AM BERG. & 1 s to re is the home of Hart Schaff. ner to Hickman Sunday evening, Marx clothes Fred" Ynndall and Miss Pearl Ford of Graves county. Oscar Copo and Miss Mary Mar shall, of Hickory Grove. BUSY DAY, SUNDAY. Klug Thursday ulght. Ucad tho Courier it will help you. Esq. Futrell, of Fulton, had nbusy You Pie supper Saturday night. day last Sunday. Ho broke all his aro Invited to bo present. former records by uniting In mnrrlago Ia Deputy Sheriff J. O. King wont to Parker's point. to tho A, I eight couples, They were; Hend'Tnim ni i.n.. making Jofferson City Sunday, with Sheriff Tho school children aro Grover Dallas and Miss Mollio Burn-haCupp to carry six prlsonors. preparations to see Pres. Tuft on the 0. V. . of Pilot Oak. nt.i Wrin ... 2Ctk. O t Hedler. Sol Oniy and Miss Bnlllo Beadles, SatTho mall didn't leavo Dorena SHAW FOR MAGISTRATE. v ot Wlngo. 18 roporteu no urday or return. Tho hindrance Is , tt. Odlo. Vaughn and Miss Tona ElArthur M, Shaw, Democratic nomiunknown. llM.', Wwl BPnt last week in Saturday nee for magistrate In the Third Mag- liott, of near Clinton. Mrs,. Dora White spent Andrew Gardner and Miss Olllo Ferwith her sla- isterial , takes this means ot asking Hl'tclii r . and Sunday In Hickman his friends to remember hint ou elec- guson, of Crutchfluld. ter Mrs. Patterson. --7 J. F. Smith and Miss Inez Wat-souignt Tom Lawreuco, ot Columbus, was tion day. Your vote and Influence I ot lloai. "JMtU made a flying trip tke guest o( his sister, Mrs. J. O. vill bo appreciated. DOINGS AT DORENC r c Hov. Myles preached two Interesthulking next. ing lormonB at Locust Grovo Sunday. 11 Hlg&liu killed a beef Tuos- John Maddox It hauling pnporwood 0 NOTICE. We must Insist on all accounts and notes, due us, or falling due bo paid promptly, or they will be put In tho hands ot tho officers for collection, There should bo no excuse, with tho existing high prices for com and cot ton. J. P. & S. h. DODDS CO. . Iho Stag Party given by Mr. Ji T. Stephens, Tuesday evening to a largo number ot his gentlomcn friends, was ono ot tho most enjoyable and interesting affairs of the kind this season. Mr. Stephen's beautiful homo which has Just latoly been completed, was elegantly decorated with cut flowers and potted plants, and with Mr. Stephens as gonial host, the affair was comploto In every detail. Progressive Rook was played until u lato hour. Tho oxcellcut liuich that followed, consisting ot coffee, welsh rarebit and fried oysters was ouo that will bo long remembered, especially tho fried oysters, which wero Every-on- o cooked by tho host hlms-knows how well Mr. Stephens cau fry oysters, but ou tbts occasion ho was equal to tho best French chofs. U. Taft Day at Hickiman Headquarters at Make Your JONES' ZUE BIST PLACE IN CW! Soda Water, Cigars, Ice Cream, Cakes, Pies, Canned Goods, Fruits, Nuts, Candies Fire Works and Novelties, Etc. Bread Buy tickets for Steamer Dick Fowler at Jones And Enjoy an Hours de on the cMtsstssippi nnd Fulton District paying a 25 cunt property tax nnd poll tax. Noun of he county school tax goes to cither of these schools In any wny, except to pay tho tuition of those pupils who have entered the high schools from ver. Within two years after the passage or this act (Oct of 190S) there shall bo established by the County Hoard of Education of each county one or more county high schools: Provided, There Is not already existing in the county a high school of tho first class. If such high school already exists, and If the County Board may be able to make such an arrangement with tho trustees or tho Board of Education of Bald high school as will furnish to the pupils completing tho rural school coureo free tuition In said high school, then said high school may be considered O as meeting tho purpose of this law without tho establishment by tho FAMILY REUNION. Board of another high school. (SecThe Luten family ,one of tho old- tion 98, School Laws of Kentucky.) est and most respected in this sec- From the above extract It, will bo tion of tho state, bad a reunion at seen that the establishment of coun the D. A. Luten farm, near Moscow, ty high schools Is required by law. last Saturday. that it is not left to tho judgment Tho following wcro present: of the County Board of Education Dr. S. W. Luten and wife, of Hick whether or not they shall bo es man. tabllshed, but it is mandatory that S. D. Luten and family, of Hickman they b oestablishcd in every county Or. J. R. Luten and family, of Ful in the stato: ton. Provided, thero Is no first class Henry Davis and family, of Caycc. school In the county. If n high school Dick Griffey and family, of Mos of the first class already exists In cow. Allen Utterback and family, of Clin the county, the County Board of Ed ucation may arrange with the trasteo ton. Mrs. J. M. Porter and daughter, of of Eald high school for the admit tance of pupils from tho country Clinton. S. B. Luten and family, of Oakton. schools who hnvo completed tho comMrs. P. D. Beadles, of Florence. mon school courso of study. Tho ruling of tho State Department Is tha Ala. Mr. Sublett and family, of Clinton the County Board is not limited to D. A. Luten and family, of Union ono high school, but that It has tho power to unlto with as many first City. class high schools that are already Mrs. Lou Luten and two sons. established In tho county as It deems Miss Nannie Luten. necessary. Tho County Board of Ful Mrs. Nallllng and children. Misses Cavltta Hughes, Addle Brow- - ton county, knowing that thero were der, and Marvin Browder, Earl and but few pupils in tho county who had completed the common schooTcourse, nichard Itioe. of Fulton. Fifty-sipeople wcro present, and considered it more economical for the county, moro convenient for the puall had a good time. pils, and better In every way to unlto O with the two first class high Tho reason why our business is in' schools already existing in the councreasing so rapidly is because wo ty than .to attempt to build and sell only good goods and wo sell maintain a separnto high school at them at lower prices. E. It. Ellison's this thno. So arrangements wero Cash Store. made with tho trustees of tho Hick -- oman and Fulton schools to admit to On Friday night tho 22nd Inst. Miss their high school department all pu Anton will present "Jayvlllo Junction pils from tho common schoolH of Ful under the auspices of tho Ladles of ton county who had completed trio tho Presbyterian church. MIbs An- required common school courso of ton, who comes from Memphis, is a Btudy, tho County Board paying for , .1.111. llr i "n n . ummi ui uucui ilUU UUllliy UDU Oil their tuition from tho county tax. Joys a most excellent reputation as Thero are ten such pupils attending a directress nnd Is endorsed by tho Fulton high school, and thlrteon atpress of all the Southern States nnd tending the high nchool department In fact in all places where tho has of Hickman College. presented her plays. Now as to tbo school funds of x 1 TAFT DAY SATURDAY. The flnanco committee for the reception and entertainment of President Taft on next Tuesday, have decided to hnvo a Tag Day Saturday, and offer fire cash prizes of $1 each to the ones raising the most money This Is an opportunity for the young folks to assist In entertaining tho president, and the committee believes that the nbovo proposition will meet with a ready response Tags can be obtained at this office or from II. C. Helm, chairman of tho committee. It will bo easy tc cam one of tho prizes, as the con mlttco has divided the prizes so that more than ono get a prize. COUNTY HIGH SCH00L8 AND TAXATION. tho county, Tho amount received this year from tho stato is $4.22 per pupil child. This Includes tho Interest on the County Bond, and tho payment of teachers. It is determined by tho authorities at Frankfort, and Is separate nnd distinct from tho county tax. Not ono cent of tho county school tax is Included In it. Under tho old School Law, the district was tho unit of taxation for school purposes; n district levied a tax when It was needed, and the fund from said tax wns used solely by Come to Hickman, Tuesday, Oct. 26th AND E. R. Ellison's f , CASH plain certain parts that seem to bo TAFT DAY VIEWS. misunderstood, Our Individual opinWo have iimdo special armr ions regarding it merits havi nothments to tako pictures of all the . ing to do with Its enforcement, for terestlng views In It'., anus on Tafti as long as It is on the Statute Hooks Day. Tliey will b finiihcd on . of tho Stato it must bo obeyed. pott cards and will bi handle DORA M. SMITH, country districts, according to the the souvenirs of the occasion Price Ut Co. 8upL law quoted from Section OS, I wish per doren. Leave orders it fIm t to mnke this point partlcutary clear, Ellison's drug store and the cards o that not one cent of tho county tax will bo reserved for you, ELECTION IN OBION. goes to cither ltlckiuan or Fulton After spending tho day of Oct schools except In tho way of tuition Saturday marked the dote of one ypu had bc'trr take i as explained aboro. of tho hardest fought battles ever bottlo of Tur Dpi' h.imo with jot, waged In Obion county in a Demo Tho law says that the county Best rough remedy on the nulH crntlc primary. Much interest was Helm & Ellison manifested In tho rnco for county Judge. Judge A. J. Lnwsou Rot a plu rallty of 200 over tho other two caudl JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. datta. Sheriff T. J. Easterwood was Which Is Detter Try an nominated over his opponent. J. V or Profit by a Hickmin Worly was nominated without oppo Citizen's Experience. regis sition, as was J. M. Chapel, for Something new Is an eioeriaest tor. Tho rnco for county court clerk Must be prorcd to tc ai was tho hardest fought battle. C. fj Tatlcy winning by 2 votes, lh prc GO TO. Tho statement of 'bo manuttctcttr tlcally every precinct heard from. II M. Golden was tho successful caudl Is not convincing propf ot merit ilato' for circuit court clerk, winning . But tho endorsement of frlendi li. Now supposing nu bad a had back; by a largo majority over J. A. Hooves A Lamn, Wink or ArhlBK one tho prcsnt clerk. Wou4 ypu exp rjinent pa It' 'The rnco for circuit Judffe, which row, oil read of many promised U bo one of tho closest In Endorsed by strangers (mm hr. county, was somewhat of a dl th6 away, places. appointment. Judge Jones carrying It's different hen th" cndorKBUt tho county by about COO votes, rw-larEipert-men- t i STORE come ffpui home Easy tp pfpte loral BAVntlVIt I testimony The place where you can buy pood Goods, AT LOWER PRICES fVf : You Are Welcome on that day, or any other, to come nnd stay as long as you like. Under the new School tho county Is tho unit of taxation. Tho school tax Is levied by tho Fiscal Court as the other coun ty tax is levied and collected by the sheriff as othor taxes nre collect ed with this exception; graded schools are exempt from tbo provisions of this net, and tho county tax canm.t bo levied on property within graded school districts. The g? tided schools of Hickman and Fulton aro maintained by taxes lovicd on proporty within their bound aries--, tho Hickman District paying a 45 cent property tax nnd a poll tax, Law, , Homo ondorsetnetu la the proof that backs every box of want kwmj j . i. iuiuaru was neru uunaay. Mils. Hood this raac Dan .Morrow was In Bayouvllo on A. J. Ilunilker. Kast lliraman, Kl- business, Monday, tco nsurh n fa Wm. Hy so. of East ITnlrlo. Is vis-- ays I "I cannot ssr 'try of Doan's Kidney I'HU ftlnc'lii, this vicinity. i had n tmly wonderful effect upon uf Miss Amy Hubbard visited on Sugar kidneys. I suffered for wm ffn Treo Hldgo last week. from attacks of kidney trouble and Mrs. D. A. Jones Is visiting rcla n times thcru was a d"U cn tho small of my lack, hlca nn lives In Tennessee this week. A short lnse K I mo miserable ''Buster'' Tucker will leavp for his procured Doau's Kidney nui i future homo In Caruthcrsvlllo Thurs tc Klllson's drug s'orc and ibroufh day. their uso found entire Mtef 'roa P. i 1 IM II.! xr that district. school tax shall not exceed 20 cents property tax and one dollar poll tax. Tho tax for Fulton county Is 10 cents property tax and fifty cents poll tax. This tax Is used by tho County Board for tho purchase and condemnation of necessary real mobile, Mpnday. for building. Improving, repairing and furnishing school houses, for tho payment of teachers, for extending tho school term, and for pur chasing necessary supplies, as In tholr Judgment as County Board the schools domand, This article is written, not to do- fond tho now School Law, but to ex has been suffering troubles." M with- - a bone-felofor the past two For salo by all dealrri. rrlce weeks. cents. Fnatr.llburn Co.. Buffalo, f Mrs. Alex Barnes, of Hickman, vis York, solo agents for w inited her country homo at Throe Stato states. Mo., last week. Remember tho name Doani-t- M Mrs. M. Francis, of Now Madrid, no othor. passed through horo in her now auto- take -- O: C. "VJckors n . ' . it; " " M A rlvll norvlce examination ." Quito n largo crowd attended tho ,ki. nil " held nt tbo ppstpiiH'o i bhow at tho river Saturday night. Saturday for wrrlro on W I. Do Leon Is in Cairo on business. next routes. About JO ppllc.'loM pw filed, romlng from varloui know I tako pleasure In recommending of the county; however, we ro Mrs. Bob Salmon as seamstress and only ono place to be filled, hair dresser. Am well pleased with rtinnime. out of Fulton in work done for mo, Mrs. F. II. Shaw. on this routo recen'iy resist- - .. -- i Next Door to Hickman Bank Place to get, Something To Bat Short Orders a Specialty. Prompt Service; Reasonable prices JonsTES7 nsrcx 2 if- - a' mmbmhhhk v '43' r A.. IBER 26 - Magnificent Boaf Parade f y'i'j H tie 4 I -- i F - " I CJ LI LI :, "f MM V M 30 Steaniers on Parade rour y. 2. rorpeao Doats V4- - Congressmen, Governors Foreign Ministers, Etc. Gorgeous, Grand Decorations Kentucky State Troops Boat Excusions, Barbecues, &c s r TOV Are Invited Come Oct. 29 Do Ndt Miss It! PS SPEECH NAIFEH BROS. SPECIAL EVERY to-we- 2 WEEKS' SALE Ceaseless efforts to bring to this store the ncweest styles in ready, goods is larger and more complete than ever before. garments, as well as other items, make it the store at which you should do your shopping. Our prices in this two weeks sale will offer a great saving. The high price of cotton makes the market on staple goods higner than ever before, but regardless of all this, we will set Strictly Standard Prices, which will mean unmatch-ablopportuities. This big event ar . YEAR in October, we make a special display of our goods. Our immense stock of Fall and Winter e Begins Saturday, Oct 23 Closes Saturday, Nov. 6 Our showing of styles will be of great interest to all visitors. Come in and make your headquarters here, and we try and make your visit pleasant as well as profitable. Ladies Ready-t- o wear Garments Suits, coat Inches the skirt Is made up In the very latest styles, In gray, blue and black and gre,en .worth $16.60 to $20 $1425 Our Special Price Hand-tailored will Men's and Boys Fine Shoes We carry two Unci of Shcti Staey Adams and Bate the tvto finest brands of Shoes manufactured. Staey Adams, to clou Bates Specials, at Cheaper lines from out, at WX MA) to MjOO 44 olno, Skirts made up of all wool goods, styles absolutely the latest, worth $5.50 to 6.00, Special Price ..$4.75 Blaek Heatherbloom Underskirt, worth $3.00, Our Special Price.. $1.95 Black Sateen Underskirt, $1.75, Our Special Price JUS to $100 Furnishings &0c cial worth $125 Mens and Boyi Necktlti, SpeJ5e Price Black Sateen Underskirt, 75c, Our Special Price worth 50c Ladles Vests and Pants, at ..25c Ladles Vests and Pants, at ,.45c Ladles Union Suits, white, Special Price 50c Ladles Union Special Price Chlldrens Special Prlco ecial 35c Mens and Boys Nccktlti SpPrice tit Jc Neckties, 7Sc Special Special 2Se 50c Neckties, Suits, worth $1.50, $1.00 Suits', all sizes, 25c Big line of 25c and 35c Mem Special Price & Union Men s Hats Dress Goods Our line of Dress Goods was never before so complete and our magnify cent display and prices will Interest you. Beautiful line of Panamas, Publln Cloth and Fancy Mohairs, 60c, 75c and 85c values. Special Price ..50c Complete line of good Walstlng In Fancy Linens, Publln, Pongee 30c and 35c values, Special Price 25c 811k, ' All Ginghams, Percales and Suit lng, worth 10c and 12J4c, Price.. ,10c Our Mens Department continues to grow from, week to week, and is stronger this season than ever. We want you, and this means YOU, to come in and let us show you the best line of suits that are to be seen anywhere. We have never before, neither hii nayone elie shown a greater line ef Stiff and Soft Hats WORTH BRAND Our Special Prices to $3.00. range from 95e . Millinery Dept. We have eight different patterns, strictly all wool, with Snappy Styles, hand tailored, worth $20.00 and 22.50. . Yard Price wide-Brow- n Domestic, Special 5c SPECIAL All wool, PRICE Yard wide Brown Domestic, heavy, Special Price 7 very 7c Yard wide Bleached Domestic, the 10c very best, Special Price line of Outings, all colors, Special Price .....10c Big elegantly tailored, Fancy Suits always sold at 25,00 SPECIAL PRICE $14.95 $1 6.95 $5.00 .25c to $4.95 :-- You can get as styllih hats In this department as you can at any millrll,),',4 "y town' inery ahop-4- " wear. Prices from . U5toJ-come Wo cordially Invite you to get and Inspeet our great display and of thli 'all end the eorreet Ideas winter fashions. Rugs, Art Squares Wo carry Ladies Shoes We have for your Inspection the strongest line of Ladles and Chlldrens Shoes In the city and the prices will please you. Ladles Shoes, Special Price, $1.00 to from Chlldrens from . Chocs, $3.00 Cheaper Suits at these SPECIAL PRICES: price, make are only the belt and standard. We do one price. the not changes-strl- ctly $12. 50 II 10.00 -- L50 Seamless Bru.sell, Prlco 9x12 Rua.Speeli 8eamless Axmln.ter, Special Price Seamless Wltlon Special Price 12 11 1! A very strong line of Men's and Boys' Heavy Fleece Lined Underwear for men, worth more priced at Velvet, 9x12 R JM.M Special Prices, 25c to $1.75 . 43o : II U Flour Oil Cloth Special Prices. ond Llnollum - NAIFEH BROS. DRY GOODS CO. HICKMAN, - - KENTUCKY