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J., iiiu uuunui una r? a afiauAiu r uuuu m launii 1 eORIER. r jl rri uiuauu iiib iixwu ui A BLUR MARK HKRE mean thM your tilc erlptton h niplrrd. IWnaw promptly if yon want the pap"- - to ernni to jou sftwr thu month 1 t M rrr ;uui uuayuu, r nu rri.L ri uiu mbu, aim uui a nucu up 1 ,t PiPr. IH WE8TERH KEHTnOKT .nillUVlAN, fULlUIN L.UUIN 1 I, NtlULM, 1HUKMJAY, UUIUBLK 1WUW. E8TABU8HED IH THE TEAR INtaO GENERAL ,,;Ay Next T- M 1!:. j.l 3 11 ELECTION. tlio gumoimrcmcut: Third MnstiterIM DUtrlct unltr . -- 1 Democrat In Fulton turn out nnil provo his l"irtjr dar that ovcry For Magistrate: A. ,11. Lekt nonnimvB nun fight will bo botweon "hoU,d bo 11 A.V"t3 " a , 1 r .ot be chanced that all nrn indcDcndenta nor 1, i.j ' ji, ;J ones nominees. Thoy W c": ii.- V. 1 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES .'-- For Representative: rint Judicial DUtrlct Frank S. Moore r , r5. . wM tDC In tho primary and lomocratlc nominees For Sheriff: OOALDER JOHNSON tMk part In tho primary. k, ' I .'. URCU million 10 uu au ve . n.J l.1 mill t lu " uv"1 " cf tht party lo tny out of ,,. r: irr, and believing tho uc ti! fariy greater than tho k:i c! i i,y 0110 man, pieuguu our .. 1 Vi iruo Democrat will vlo-i3 3 Circuit Court Clerk. J. W. MORRIS J For Jailer. JOE NOONON uur t T who aro ruiinintt inuo- I .1... iMnwItitf 1 i - School Superintendent MISS DORA SMITH ffi. . ia.-- hate to copo wlUi tho JUit what tho ion tin will lin imtt i rcJ u? t:- c. l Cimo nt :. 1 " i rf.i u'llt k;,n t it week. t.:n j- -u County Attestor: C1IAS. BEADLES jut next Tueday and in 1p .1 majority. If you ar man, voto for tho noni- tr for tlio Independent a County Judge. W. A. IIATLOR l II... ...I. . J do, come out and tote. HELD. County Attorney: JAS. W. RONET o EXAMINATION S.Kif .a ! ffcm'n, at Uio' poitof-l- a County Court Cleric S. T. ROPER ;i : . i.'r iitil itirrlco cxamlnu. L i Jr , i J f r 'he purpose of get-- , ute carrlora for Kul Ono mau ueod- i i.i. ( lako tho placo of INDEPENDENT TICKET. Cp)iijht 1909 by jji 1 For Sheriff. CUAS. NOONON Hirt ctullncr U Marx Mia 1 1 i'T llolmva. .ace. Moore. took the oxiun-i- , various parta of aro: For County Judge. JAMES II. SAUNDERS . , Ji'iton. k.i'ie II Norman V. .1 . For Jailer. u 4f W. P. BLAKEMORE ln.'lt. kman JUDGE BUQQ ILL. (...kins, h jrby M 1 I r.ox. Mi Kinney. ' f UJH' ' k 1 1 fc: - ' 'H 'ion w'ait held of courao B'M hero" for tho pur- tKo applicant making tho . kh In thulr uxnmlna- L awarded tho places. O FIRE IN WEST HICKMAN. t- vrd a three-roobouso II. kuan. Friday, nfturnoon. Tt' I k- - wa occupied by Mrs. - ' a widow, who loat all tier I- k- h:.d ;ods In fact, everything Izi rx- - jit the clothes ulio wore. 1 rg with matches caused y tho efforts of '1! el Uox Company's efficient 'ir' t : i. apparatus, other houses ttl 'i- - M ugi-- lumber yard woro w" 1 T. - rcsldeiico which burned 4 to A Uodds und was In- 13 1!-" 1; l r i Although Judgo It. J. Ilugg occu. pled tho bench during circuit court at llardwell last week, It Is said that ho may not bo able to holdcourt when ft convenes In Mayflcld on No vember 8. The .recent Illness of Judgo Uugg has mado a tcrrlblo ahaugo. llesldps being weak In body his voice Is not strong enough for lilm to bo heard at any distance. Ills friends havo becomo alarmed over his condition and they say that ho Is now In no condition physically to hold court although ho Is making ef forts to perform his duties. There seems to havo been a general break down In his condition and It Is not known tvhnt tho direct causo Is. may have found "the chase" for good clothes diffcult, disappointing; a start, perhaps, or the wrong scent picked up ; you think youVe found the right thing at last, and buy it. You may find yourself mistaken ; cotton- mixed fabrics, fit wrong, bad tailoring that doesn t stay in shape ; you r likely to get any one of a dozen things you dont want. If you'll come to us you'll, find.our-- YOU Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes are the right thing; when you strike that trail you can go as hard as you please; you'll finish in front; you'll get the prize. This store is the place ; we have plenty of these famous clothes to show you. Suits from $20 to $25 ; overcoats from $1 9 to $25. This store is the home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes. 'See how it looks on yours The Argyle particular men. When tho government establishes postal savings banks. If it does, In tho postofflccs, what Is to hinder tho postmasters from dabbling In high THE MARKET REPORTS. finance tho same ns Morso nnd Walsh did! Don't tho postmasters Tho editor was busy when he was In tho cities and big towns havo asked: "How aro tho markots?" about all they can do, nnyhow, to Tho man was referred to tho office devil, who looked wlso and Bald: look nttor their postofflccs. "Young men, unsteady; girls lively ami In demand; papas, firm, but declining; mamas, unsettled, waiting for higher bids; coffee, considerably mixed; fresh fish, active and sllpcry, eggs, quiet, but expected to open soon; whiskey, still going down; onions, strong; yeast, rising; breadstuff, heavy; boots nnd shoes, tliMo on tho market aro Bold and coustantl going up and down; hats and caps, not so high as last year, excepting has foolscap, which is stationery; tobac pleased the eye ns well co, very low and has a downward tendency; Bllver, close, but not clofe as the foot of many enough to got hold of." SMITH & AM BERG MARRIAGE LICENSE. NEGRO STILL "IT." FASTEST HORSE DEAD. Salvator, the fastest running uorso The following marrlago llconso wer America has over known, died last Issued in Obion county last week: wcok nt Lexington, Ky. Salvator's John Slooro and Edna Smith. uiilo record was 1:35 made in A. L. Crlder nnd U. L. Thurman. 18!0 in going against time to beat Henry Oliver and Nora Copeland. He was foaltho record of 1:39 Dan Holloway and Vlrglo Tanner ed In 1SSG and wns by Imp. Princo Hal P. Cotton and Deatrlco McCaw. Clinrllo from Salenu by Lexington. S. F. Howard and Miss Lllla M. Dlbrell. Salvator won U'0,000 on tho turf. J. N. Cartwrlght and Floronco O Jack Johnson, tho negro pugilist, retained tho world's heavyweight championship Saturday by knocking out Stanley Ketchel In tbo twelfth round at Colma, Cal. Tho fight was hot from start to finish and tho negro was badly punished before disposing of his lighter opponent. Tho receipts wero over ?40,000, O For-syth- e. ANOTHER SHOCK SATURDAY. 1). F. Harrison and Miss Salllo NEXT, TO MOUNTAIN. Another distinct earthquake shock was felt In Illckmau, at 1:10 Saturday morning, and many of our people woro awakened by tho shock. Tho "shako" lasted about 30 seconds and caused no end of astonishment uniting those ruduly auukened from tlmlr slumbers by her freakish actions. It O was a lid earthquuko, according to Alex. McFurlnnd has been captured tho' consensus of opluon. This Is ititt at Catlettsburg und will bo tried fer second disturbance of this naturw to years occur lit tho past mouth. No daiuutc a murder committed twenty-two ago. O was done. C- It's only one of many FLORSPIEIM styles wo are displaying for Fall wear. Gov. Wlllson has ono or moro companies of soldiers under marching orders to go on duty should thero bu a furihor outbreak of lawlessness In tho Uurlety district. Tho governor will call out troops tho moment needed. O of IAs tho result of nu explosion babbitt, with which ho was working. It. V, Thompson, of Kultou, an om ployo of the rarmors' Milling Co., sustained serious Injuries Krlday, hot mutal striking him In tho left eyo. O ed as n AVhen tho president strikes Ken Herman Dletzel and Miss Mary Ella tucky nt Hickman, ho will find some- thing next to his mountain cllmblnc Harris. In tho Sierras, especially If bo should O go up to the more beautiful residence FAMOUS ESTATE SOLD. portion. Many years ago tho placo Hollo Meade, ono of the most not- was called "Mills' Point." and It is ed country estates In the South, lo- ono of the highest points on tho lowcated near Nushvlllu, and wull known er Mississippi. Paducah to many Hlckmnnttos, was sold Tuesday by Secretary of War J. M. to J. O. Lcako of Nasuvillo for The stute board of health has reJ 110,000. The farm consists of 400 voked tho certificate of Dr. Melvin acres and was formerly owned by Qon II. Ilhoer, of Lcxtugton, to practice W. 11. Jackson. It Is especially not medicine, for unprofessional conduct. nursery flue blooded race Dick-lusou for $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 SMITH 4MBERG trust. As Judgo T. J. Nunn has no oppo O O Tho Democrat at l'aducah roporU sition tho Appellate court primary ha A New Mexico man died while Don't forget to voto for tho good marrlago llconso: "A. 1j. Cun Usyn called oft and tho Democratic this nlnghaui, 31, of this city, and l'oarl sommltteo will meot In Princeton on roads amendment on November 2. cheering for Taft. Lots of us huvu HobertB, 21, of Hlckman.Ky." Surslj November 11th and, declare him .tho Do It for the sake of yourself, your died several times politically family, your neighbor and your teams for Ullly Uryaii. nominee. this la not our l'oarl Roberts. The Supremo Court assigned tho O cases of the Government against tho The English commons aro bcginnlu American Tobncco Company and fixed to ask themselves tho. question: their hearing for December 13. Tho "Why is a duke?" Ex. Uecauso some cases wero Instituted by tho Govern-mont'tmen aro fit for nothing elso and It obtain the dissolution of tho Ib against tho law to kill them. alleged horses. O THE HICKMAN COURIER "Csrsrs Wsatsrn Ksntuckr Llk l" Dtw' THE HAPPY FAMILY (Crtpyrtsht. STATE HAPPENINGS News of General Intorost In a FORMER SENATOR WM, LINDSAY FINAL SUMMONS, ANSWERS ATOHfllit WOMAN CURE ByLydiaE.Pinkliaii,' Vnnntnt.t. n r W. 0. 8PKEH and J. 0. SEXTON, Editors and Fropristors. Summarized Form, 'jSSBBBsHLssfs. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR BY CASH III ADVANCE. SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. JHHBJLaf sHHHllllHl ssbssIssIssIH Entered at the Hickman, Kentucky, mall matter, postofflce ai second-clas- s WORK OF BOLL WEEVIL CAUSES LOSS OF Politicians Decome Newspaper Men Several of Kentucky's Distinguished Democrats Will Decome Editors nd Publishers. Several of Koti tuk a distinguished Dmnomll have recently ttirnwl newapapor rami. Theie are rumor that several other men prominent In public life 111 Kentucny arc to become editors nnd publishers Kmnkfort. Ky Twiuuiu nardlner, compound "! - $20,000,000 ANNUALLY IN 80UIII. Government Expert! Make Startling Announcement Should Be Destroyed in Winter Soason. Washington. (iovcrninent experts In pre H fJlBSSSsLvlsSBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBSsV Maine-- t.Air. It Jk vaa T ft. I . VSsHSsH the department of agriculture make the startling announcement that tin' weevil Is caiistlig a damage in the I'nltcd States cacti war Ninotiiitipg to $iM,- (.00,000. Tin dwrtment of agriculture place that cstimiile upon the amount cf newspapors. Kirmor tlov. J. C. W. Ilocfchsm biased the way when he beenmo odlloi nf tho Frankfort Slate Journal. Sato Ky -- Former Frankfort, t nl cd Senator Thomas A. Combs wan titi'll Slates Senator William Lindsay died tot I'":,1 ifl for i J 1 Atr.tv. 1,7 recently Interoated In ft Islington newspaper. Oaron 8hlfusawa, ( His of damage dnnr, and considers, moie-nvcthat this amount will continue to he lost for s8me tflAe nt lenst on e (ftiint of the difficulties in control which are encountered in the Tl' lev. With a view to helping in the move ment to destroy the Will weevil, which Is one of the wont, if not the worst, of the insect pests to invade the I'nltcd Mutes, nnd which started in the cotton liclds west of the Mississippi river, and is steadily eating (ts way eastward, until it will probably reach the Atlantic coat, the bureau of entomology of the department has been studying the 1mII weevil in his winter quarters. It is found that winter is the most critical season in the whole life history of the boll weevil, nnd that to destroy ten weevils in winter is mora imjiortant than to destroy many thousands in sum1 mer. Most exhaustive studies of the boll weevil in his winter quarters have been made by experts. A vnt mass of information about the habits of the boll weevil and its hibernation or existence through the winter has lieen collected, tht "Harrlman of t ha Orient," Urflei an AlUnce In the Interest of Trade. American-Japanes- e Aililiit FIGHT FREIGHT RATES HIGHEST MASONS MEET Ho may still liavo nn In terpst In the pulillrmUon. although W. I. Walton owns the largest part. Col. Walton teeently took hold nf iho Ixlngtcn newspaper. Judgo S. W Hager. tht recent Democratic nam inee for governor, I now the editor, iwner nmtpuhllshpr of tho Oweiubnro Innulrar. homj Friday William LEADINO SHIPPERS PROTEST ORAND COMMANDER RICHARD SON MAKES ADDRESS. AGAINST ADVANCE. Movement Started by Adoption of Next International Conference, Scot tlsh Rite, to Re Held Resolution nt a Meeting In Washington. in Cincinnati. Cincinnati. That any proposed gen eral advance In freight rates will disturb existing business conditions, nml that such an advance is not justified nnd will be vigorously contested by the lead- ng shippers organizations of the coun try, was the tenor of resolutions udopted Tuesday nt a meeting of representative shippers and other commercial organiza tions from many mints of the country held in the Sinto Hotel here. The day was devoted to a discussion of the freight situation, and it was determined to at once Inaugurate n strong move ment in opposition to the contemplated advance in rates, a committee Wing cre ated whose duty it stall be to propagate a campaign of education of the public on freight rates Frank Fisher, the itoslnmslcr of Pa ducah, Is ihiw- - one or the moat suc cessful newspaper men In Kentucky Henry II. Mines, fornictly Demo cratic auditor of Kentucky, Is now nl Itor and owner of a paper at Howling Green, and lid ward O. Leigh, formerly prlvato secretory to Gov. Ileckhnni, Is I linos' editorial writer and chief lieu CROSS FOR CONFEDERATES general officers, which will be. the final act of the convention. The question of the award of crosses of honor was precipitated by a motion submitted by Miss Alice Hatter, of Geor gia, who sought to hate the lines broadened which were Toted nt the Atlanta convention, and which would give crossed to the lineal descendants of the veteran and to the relatives of those who fell on the field of kittle. A motion wa made by Mrs. Hattie Reynolds, of Kentucky, to provide crosses for collateral descendant) of veterans, but this, too, was voted down in the tightening of the lines which will furnish crosses of honor only to thoe of the grizzled who have gone through the shock nf battle. Other than the settling of the vexing questions of the crosses of honor, the rejwrt by Mrs. I.. Kustacn Williams, of Kentucky, the treasurer-generashowed during the year the receipts were which,, deducting exienes, left a balance on hand of $4,033.10. s l, J, Causes Spirited Discussion in Meet in? of XT. D. C. Houston, Te.xns. Croses of honor for the living veterans of the Confederacy; YORKTOWN COMMEMORATED monuments for the dead ouch was the sentiment expressed nnd voted most em Detachments From Army and Navy phatically by the I'nited Daughters of Join in Celebration. the Confederacy in the third day s ses Yorktown, Vu. Quaint old Yorktown, slon of their national general convention for the second time within the period of held in Houston. The strife tint devel its national fnine, TueUy. commemo oped over this question proved to lie rated with fitting .ceremonies that glor-t the greatest of the contention, and may tiuu event in .sinoncun uisiqry wiui f.l be second only (o the election of the which its 'name is' identified. 'Here A laid one hundrevTaiul twenty-eigh- t vears ago the cornerstone of liberty on which great, nation has been built.. Yorktown 'today is a villnt'e of less than one hundred people. It ts as Though a stage setting for that final drama of the revolutionary war had preserv ed aa the actors left It a relic of anti quity as well as a monument to Ameri can patriotism. When the fact that Yorktown Is still without railroad conmiuntcutimi is taken into consideration, the attendance was remarkable. Upon every road for miles around were to be seen ox cart ami automobiles all lmund in the same direction nnd nil load ed to rapacity. To most people present' the 'exercises were the least part of the celebration, although there was a tuirade nf mounted horsemen and horsewomen led by the ort .Monroe band and tlie soldiers nml sailors, then a parade nf the? school chil- ren and nfterward public siiking from grand stand erected In front of the hit- uric old Nelson mansion. Ix-e- Tx-r- s Washington. Attended by the three Masons of the highest standing n all tenant America, the biennial meeting of tin- - su preme council of the Scottish Kite of WRIT IS REFUSED for the Southern Jurisdi tion of the I'nltcd States assembled here Seeking to Prevent Mayor Orlnstead 'Monda v. Entering Mayoralty Contest. Sovereign (irand Commander .lames 1. Itirhardton of the Southern jurisdiction Ixmlsvllle, Ky In a lengthy opinion called the meeting to order, there Icing Judge Matt O'Dohcrty overruled tho (Sen. Samuel petition of George D. Todd, asking that present among other sovereign grand com Mayor Grlnslcad bo enjoined from be Crocker mander of the Northern jurisdiction, and ing a candidate for ofllce. and ordered Dr. John M. (iiltson, sovereign grand the suit thrown out of court, fly this commander of the supreme council of action tho entire case Is settled. It Is Canada. said. Judgo O'Dohcrty held that the The allocution nf (irand Commander court could not enjoin the coun'v Itlchardson mn' allied a long and detailed rlerk from placing any candidate' review nf the history of the order il tir name on the ticket who has qualified ing the lat tv years. property as a candidate He recited "It is worthy of comment," said Mr. that any question of eligibility of any llidiardsnn. "that there are more mem candidate had no bearing on tho case, of our bodies tilling seat in the and further declared that tho court senate ami house of representatives in would compel the county clerk to Washington at this time than there were place Mayor Grlnstoad' name on the members of the rite In several State of ticket, as that Is his duty prescrlb.nl our jurisdiction which I could name !5 by law. In regard to Mayor Grin years ago. These facts are not. referred stead's eligibility. Judgo O'Dohcrty deto by me as evidence of the popularity clared that he had no right to pass of the crrder, or as praise in the nature upon the point, as It was not an Issue or glorification, but to In the case, lie held that tbcro was of a profundity of mean no basts for show that there the suit, and dismissed ing In its philosophy and dogma which the case. men engrosses the serious attention of Plans for the biggest democratic of ability, learning and culture, and rally of tho campaign, to be hold Sat further, to show evidence of the fact unlay night, October 30, are being that as the rite grows, widens, multiplies made by democratic campaign man nnd enlarge its scope and influence, agcrs. there will not be wanting and members to properly EMPLOYES LIABLE TO SERVANTS utilize its iMitentlahtles and judiciously govern the council." For Injuries If They Do Not Provide n 1 strong-mindestrong-hearte- HAWLEY NOW RAILROAD KING Safe Places For Work. go. urldge. a , September 4. lS.lt,, and set tied in Hickman county, Ky, November, IKMr Jn 18fcn be began the nrsc tlce of law. But In 181, Hi th monta vf July, ho Joined tho confrdaraio army and fought In tlje lost cause . mini me iiiiauaiH-ronunrlie returned home and began tho practice ot law In ISC" he was elected stnto senator. Fjom 1S7Q tp lS78 .hr serves) upon t tics bench of the Kentucky court of appeals, the last two years being Its rhlef Justice After his retirement from tho bench he resumed the practice of law at Frnnkfort, but In answer in ihn call of his statu In 1SS9 he was elected to the state senate for the second tlni" The year. 1893 was the most momentous of his career. He was chosen ns a rrprtvarntntlre of tbe United States jt the World's Columbian commission of tbst year. In the same year he was appointed to tho United States senate by Hh governor to nil tho vacancy of John G Carlisle, who had resigned After filling the unexpired term ho was elected to tho senate and nerved until 1M1, when-hretired to private life ar;la. Ho resumed his practice of law, but In 1&0S he championed tho Jennings Hryan, Cause of William Democratic candldsta for president. and took the stump In his own sta'e for Hryan. On the brow of Uio hill over looking tbe valley of the Ken tucky river and tho new capllol tho body nt former Senator William Lindsay was aid to rest In the States cemetery, tho last resting place of so many great men of Kentucky. Tho grave of Senator Lindsay not far from that of Daniel lloone. Vice President Mell aril M. Johnson, many of tbe govern ors and former senators. There were) attending the funeral many persons of distinction throughout the state and a large concourse of people of Frankfort. The floral designs, which camo from every section of the state and many from neighboring states, were beautiful, especially because of their The services were conducted at the residence on Wapplng street, Hev. Zleglvr. of tho Presbyterian church, offlclatiug, and being assisted by Dr. Adams, ot the HaptUt church; Illihop Penlck. of the (episcopal church, and Iter. Aiken, ot Chica e 1 spprc-prlatenes- a. 1,'mlsay was born In Ho k it-..- .. i i... immamp, It. .. r. .. -- II ? ft II n. i to Jr'1?11 m n ...... iiiuas viiii.iuiu luiiia w tho femalo onniiism iiiu ill uiiimai. I'Tfrv riv W ". " .1. in it.i, uimcu ouics wir inony 10 ino wor.itc rial virtue of I 1'llllinms Vrm it . i ii cuics iffm.1 n i ' ,. K.t..w- !. anu uunmnr. remiia aro IIL for Trill r nm .iV. .rf. luuw yiiii iove, give it a trUL . SIM. I'llllxlintn nt t iiuiu tuuia n.iu i. This famous tr.r has for thirty jcars i yubiotri . No woman si ni l cal oneratlcn. w i. ., ' -- t - T;Jto ., " t,i JL u v -- invurs nil uir iirriiiraiivire, licradllcols anu aiwuvH ncipf uL 5IUK iTTLE HEADAGH PoillheUcirfJ lit IimI. mi. k.M CARTER'S Tin o swss, :tm r IVER - r. r.w s. JVM, - . f . sun i kiii CARTERS PILLS. uii i iink ui tv,m Genuine Mutt 6tv Joks Medicine. oar nn met a mend arm rr:iiM elusion laughed lout anil teartJ; Tho friend looked askitrj lor moment, and then said ml nit ! hltn fn tl but I don't see the t ! tx-n- Just see the point m)ic '? IU I think It's good fcr the I hcjl'l 12. To Dreakino soul. One Neck, WIN FIGHT ON TUBERCULOSIS USED Fewer Death" Per 100,000 Than for Previous Year. Washington. The great light against tuberculosis is being won, according to Chief Statistician Creasy L. Wilbur, of the division of vital statistics, United .States census bureau. In a bulletin issued Thursday he suys: "A continued decline in the death rate from it from year to jcar may be He says ." INSANE MAN AS PEN Officers Bellnvo They Have Theory of Ilorrlble Crime. that the organization of many socie- congress on tuberculosis nt Washington in 1003 has helped to check the disease. The total deaths from tuberculosis returned in J903 was 70,389, exceeding thoio of any previous year of registration, but the death rate xr 100,000 for 100S is considerably less than that far 1007. In ifll registration stages, the death from tuberculosis showed u decline, except in Colorado, lthode Inland and Vermont. Mr. Wilbur notes ellagra as a disease of increasing importance with S3 deaths recorded in WIS. This docs not Include the bull; nf elugra deaths In the South, from which no records ure received. HIGH PRICE FOR COTTON. state and lucul ties since the international St. Francisville, I J. This section is excited over the arrest of Dr. K. C. Me- Kowen, u prominent physician of Jack son, La., and member of a noted family, for tbo murder of K. IC Judsoii, u harm- ess inmate of the insane asvluiu, whose body wax found partially burned In a brush pile near Wakefield. Dr. McKuwen was under bond to appear in the federal court for writing a scries of weird, anonymous letters that have terrified the people of all the Jackson neighlxir-hoofor yeurs with their grevvsome knowledge of family skeleton uml for ming, twisting of circumstances to wreck and ruin individuals and families. The prosecuting officers ancrt that their theory is that Judsoii was the t Instrument whom Dr. Me- Kovven used as the pen to prlte the let- ers, dictating to the man and letting dm d6 the mailing and pending, und that the near appioach of tho time for the .Mi Kowen triul, together with ! mi- son's rcstiveness ami growing fear, droto Dr. Mclvuwen to the strangling of the lunatic whom ho had used. d semi-idio- Confederate Daughters Meet. Dillard & Coffin Co. Sell a Large Lot at a Houkton, Texas. With that same iiirit that niude possible the accomplish Big Price. ment of wondrous achievements during Memphis, Teim. Dillanl X Coffin Co. the dreary days between 1801 and 1H05, bales of staple, sold Thursday slity-Avthe women of the .Southland, who revere cotton ut the record price of twenty-livthe memories of the heroes, mm und jwuud.. Of this lot llfty-fou- r rents per women of that period juuny of them bales were grown on one plantation, in actual paitleipants in the scenes not Hollvur county, .Mississippi, the remainIn chronicled in history assembled der being received from various point Houston Tuesday fur the purou ef re- The averin .Arkansas und .Mississippi. leu lug the work of the year in the age price obtained on sale of 549 tales, ranks of tho I'nited Daughters of the wus twenty-onan J Confederacy. inado Thursday, cents per jound. e e e every Walt Street Tenders Him Racking vocation In II fo In Kentucky must bo provided with reasonably safe placot of Millions. Xevv York. Kdwin llavvley has suc- to work by tholr employes, or else the ceeded to the throne of Y. II. Harriinaii employers are liable to tho servanti as the ruler of the railroads of the I'nlt- for anv Injurlos they may receive. This construction of the Kentucky cd States. Within the past few days there has leeu a change of alignment of statutes was made by the Kontucky the greatest rlnanclal powers in Wall court of appoals In affirming the Judgstreet, and they have proffered to Haw-le- y ment of the Pulaski circuit court In their hacking of millions. whUh were the case of tho Mason, Hanger & Colo-maCo. ngalnst Sherwood Konnlssn, the essence, of the Harrlman jsiwer. and which likewise make llawley the domi- the latter having rerelrcd damages nant figure in the American railroad amounting to $900 for personal of money world. 'Iliis shift of the Krnn!son wan engaged as a laborer power to the suport of Hawley murks several of the changes in the railroad removing tbe debris from a tunnel on situation here that have been brought the Cincinnati Southern railroad after n blast, and a rock loosened by the about by the passing of Harrlman. Another change of scarcely less inter- blast fell nn him, mashing his foot. He est during the last few days has been the cliilmvd that ho was placod In this plan to elim- dangerous place by the superior aunpjwarance of a thority of his, omplo)trs' agont. inate Harrlman influence from the management of railroads outside hie own system Into which llarrlmnn foiced himALLEQED "BLIND TIGERS" self during his lifetime. Unearthed In Soft Drink Emporiums FARMTrftiETS- -$ f6",C00. in Louisville. Granl Prize fcr Making Longest Flight Louisville, Ky. Two alloged "blind at Blackpool Meet. lllaekMil, Knglaml. Henry rnnnali tigers" were unearthed In has been uwarded the grand prize of emporiums. In this city, and tho pollco $10,000 for the longest flight at, the bollove Hint tho owners of nvlatltn meeting here, lie covered 4,7 saloons nro constantly ovadtng tho law miles in his lsst flight. Itougivr won n regard to Uio salo of liquor without Thoso arrosted witro rlw of 13,600 In this con- a city license. the second Conrad Hafendorfer and Thomas Scantest. I'nulham was third, receiving Ion. At both places, It Is nllegod, whisky was bought by persons sent In Woman Serves on Jury. by the police Los Angeles, Cal. Fur the tlrst time in California a woman wns sworn In to Williamsburg, Ky. 1. F. Flnloy, 7C, serve as a juror, when Mrs. Johanna died horo. Ho sorved two onus as Kngleman, of Santu Monica, took her circuit Judgo In this district and wus place In the jury box of department 3 inomber nt rongrosa from tho Klevcutn of the supreme court of l.o Angeles dlsttlct from 1SSC to 1S90. county. Louisville, Ky. W. II. Overshy, of Henderson, was elected president of Is Woman Political Victim? St. I.ouis. Hctausp the Isidy of a the Kentucky Postmasters' association; George U. HiiriiOs. of Frankfort, woman found in a shallow cieek at l.ee vecretary; Thomas I Walker, of a- avenues was identified aa InRton, und W. C. Ilalce. of und Taylor Guthrie, Mrs, James Satterllchl, mother vice presidents; George W. that of Hutchinof Thomas Sattcrfleld, foreman of the son, of Lawrencoburg, trcusuror. jury which recently convicted Thomas Kaneof swim I degree murder in conNewport, Ky. city Jailer Chris nection with a political killing, the po- F.bort and Jail Guard Charles Wilson lice have begun u searching investigation frustrated tho Mcotnl attempt at Jail of tho womau'a last hours. It is ru delivery by Harvey Donnelly, the Fort Is the lesult of a mored that the death Thomas soldier, hold for murdering his project of vrligeiinte directed against the common-lawife member of the jury. Employes In soft-drinsoft-drin- k $1,-40- Frankfort Ky. Tho woman for pulley L. ke !.''-" FROM CALIFORNIA Begley Will De Returned To Kentucky on Murder Charge. Iiogloy. who Cal.. but was formerly a resident of Islle county, will be brought back to this state to answer tho chargo of killing John Slzcmore. county, Allen Ijnli, sheriff of left her with tho requisition lasued on tho governor of California for tho return of Heglcy, whose whereabouts were discovered through letters writ ten to friends In this stale. Through an unintentional mistake In a dispatch sunt from this city It was stated that the requisition had been Issued for tho return nf Lantx, and charged him with tho killing. The mistake was caused by the misuse of the name, ns It was Intended to state tho fact that Sheriff l.antz had gone to California to bring llegley back to Kentucky. Ky. .Meb putting up a Frankfort. lives In Monterey, I I I lain place, wnn a u s um lor nm 10 rc a mm:-- " Tf I have to r t It tt- -f W,' E" said. Til break my nt All ttf.'.' did not relent consented, with a eb-- t' -- 1 .. . t j' IV II II VWII neck." ..... v.. f jr. il v " I ftll r U-sll-e Cannrf la Her Huibini "George, dear, ta i M'l. j la t! who had come pour tho cofTce, n t - :t to tho car with you this L, vnti t"lflS' "Very glad. Inured, rtcj d ce nlco of you to cot un early for tr." It unnecessary to .i blocks alone Ikw 1 t 't . A Broken BANKER'S Ntnt by Coffee snd Pottum. s Rrtl TROOPS WILL DE EMPLOYED To Suppress Night Riders if They Re sume Operations, Frankfort, Ky. iThe sarao method of fighting tho night riders as was adopt ed Inst, spring a year ago will be used this fall ami winter, If their ojioratlons are resumed. Adjt. Gen. Johnston and Gov. Wlllson have come to tho conclusion that talking nbout tho movement of Uio troops will prevent tho capture of the night riders. Gov. Will-vodeclined to talk nbout tho order lng out of tho troops In Cynthlnna, but RtaUd that there wg.ru but thrco or four ninn sent Into tho Held. It was learned that, tho troops were scut t Nicholas county, whore, there uro fonrs of an outbreak. nef" t cjs""' i v.ni nerves, and a ' llm rate brain. A Chnttanooga telN a." r in niniiiiinn ... I VM " "UP 10 i i yiaallowed to drink c " I cot out in me - J use, hut In time U XIV ..nfnvnrnlile . . . ,. r" f .T " ".l.' "J" 1 ' lr '' "J. H L Ill' rX, ,i nrw.iK gectred tiow IL ." ......m rot cut -or -" ;. ipi,. nn.llllonT fCW .. ."."...I tu no ..me I- find It our ipmiiit .i i Frankfort, Ky. Mrs. Floronro May-' . ULin'it thrt yean... -r . brick, who U visiting tho prisons of asiTAA nnu the country to prosecute her llfo work have used Poslun. I of prison reforms. Inspected tho Frank from tho distress! fort penitentiary and stated tbcro Is emnnaniCU me " still much room for Improvement ousncss has entlrdr there. ,j V inmns steady .- f 'Jw 1 Iiulsvllle. Ky. Dr. W. J. .Mayo, the 5".,,u distinguished surgeon of Itochestwr, n HC880D." .H- Minn., will uddross tho annual con book. "Tho Itoad to vention ot the Kentucky Medical as- ..lav llrnCOTB sociation, beginning Oct. 19 and last... im - -- rue, iiiur rn .1j si ing thieo days. An address will also one appearre sfsuls'i bo .nado by Dr. Ocbsner. of Chicago. laierrsi. "' - -- J HTTl A ' If I I II 1 1 1 XX Vil II irl II II ' m IV ii M ' i w r tjAW r r ii i He had Jutt reacted that h wail for cash. Ho had given I his last quarter to tho cabby, hours back. He was registered at n strango hotel, under an assumed name, un able to bog credit oven for his breakfast without declaring his Idontlty nnd thereby laying himself open to suspicion, discourtesy, Insult. Of course tboro wero ways out. Ho could telephone llannorman, or any other of half a dozen acquaintances, In tho morning; but that Involved explanations, nnd explanations Involved making himself tho butt Of his circle for many a weary day. Thoro was money In his lodgings, In tho Chlppcndnlo escritoire; but to gel It ho would havo to run the gaunt-lo- t of reporters nnd detectives which hnd already dismayed hltn In prospect. O'Hngnn nh! At tho head of his bed was a telephone. Impulsively, Inconsldorote of tho hour, ho turned to It. Madison, "Olvo mo nlneoclitht-nlnplenso," he said; and waited, receiver to ear. Thoro was a alight paute; a buzxj tho voice of the switchboard operator below stairs repeating tho number to central; central's appropriately mechanical reiteration; another uurr, a silence; n prolonged bttzi; and again tho sounding sllcnco. "Hello!" ho said, softly, Into the at tight! And she mailed (with what pangs of shamn and toliery hogged oxprneslon!) how her heart had been stirred when sho had found him (as sho thought) truo to tils tryst oven ns sho recalled the agony and dls tress of mind with which she had a moment later fathomed Anlsty's Im personation. For, of course, she hnd known that Maltland was Maltland nnd nono other from tho Instant whon ho told hcr to mnko good her escnpo and leavo him to brnzen It out' a task to daunt oven as bold nnd resourceful a criminal as Anlsty, and moro especially It ho wero called upon to don tho mask at n min ute's notlco, as Maltland had pretended to. Or, If she had not actually known, tho hnd been led to suspect; and It li.id hardly needed what sho had heard him say to tho servants, when ho thought hor flying hotfoot over the lawn to safety, to harden suspicion hmm and Merchants Bank SAFETY IS THE BASIS.... Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. -- ..ABSOLUTE Th&t we offer to depositor. Other Indncnraents are of secondary importanoo. Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage. Ii. BUCHANAN, President -- J. A. THOflPSON, Cashier. DIRECTORS- Into certainty. And now that he should find her here, a second time a trespasser, doubly an Ingrato that he should havo caught her In thlt abominably ungrateful treachery! 8he could pretend, of course, that she had roturncd merely to restore the Jewels nnd the clgarctto case; and he would believe her, for ho was generous, Sho could, but sho could not. Not now, Yesterday, the excitement had buoyed her; sho had Ruined a piquant enjoyment from befooling him, playing her part of tho amateur cracksman In thlt little comedy of the stolen Jewels, Dut therein lay tho difference; yesterday It had been comedy, but ahl y she could no longer laugh. For now she cared. A little He would clear hcr yes. Dut It was not to bo cleared that she now so passionately desired; It wat to have him bellevo In her, even agalast tho evidence of his senses, even In the face of the world's con demnation; and to prove that he, too, cared cared for her as his attitude toward her had taught her to care. Ever slnco leaving him in tho dawn sho had fed her starved heart with the hope, faint hope though It were, that ho would como to care a little, that hf would not utterly despise her, that he would understand and forgive, when ho learned why she had played out her part, nor bcllove that sho was the embodiment of nil that was Ignoble, coarse, and crudo; that ho would show a llttlo faith In hcr, a llttlo faith that like a flickering taper might light tho way for love. Hut that hope was now dead within her, and cold. She hnd but to look at him to see how groundless It haC been, how uttorly unmoved he was by her distress. Ho waited patiently that was all seeming so very tall, a pillar of righteous strength, distin guished 'and at case In his evening clothes; waiting patient but cold, dlspasslonato and disdainful. "( am waiting, you sec. Might I suggest that wo have not all week fot to-da- 3. J. C Bondurant, 0. 13. Tbrelkald, J. W. Alexa&ar, IL Buchanan, Dr. J. M. Hubbard. R. M. IsUr, T. A. Ledford, THE 8AFE8T AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY "j I.I - r Followed Her, Lighting the Way. 1 1 M -- 1 CHAPTER X. Consequences. Ilrenthlng convulsively, wide eyes a llttlo wildly fixed upon his face In tho nirTiintc lamplight, tho girl stumbled to her Br feet, and for n moment remained cow l erlng against tho wall, terribly shaken, -l ' a hand gripping a cornor of tho pack "Y.taWTt.ev - TMl I.O. ft X I n (LL. ra. ing box for support, the other pressed against tho bosom of hcr dress as If In potent, n pillar of tho social order 8YN0PSIS. attempt forcibly to quoll tho mad ham la Its shelter, and sco her bounded mering of her heart. :a- - i rj-- i M on rrarhtmr M. and driven by tho forces of tbo Law, Ktr In her brain, a turmoil of affrighted hurried and worried ltko an unclean c I 8 tloor. Janitor i; out clearon bwn D't!' lno overilioil worn-- : thine, forced, as tt mlpht bo, to resort thought, but ono thing stood no mercy. ly; now sho need look for 1 a pr s - ' .t on Mi dr.k, to stratagems and oxpedlcnta unthinkTbo first tlmo It bad been different; r fr m 111 attorney. aj1 able, to prcscrvo her liberty. beca a woman e. J nfirnun. lilt at It was altogcthor Intolerable, lie sho had not then to sco thathad she ' WrewifltlJ.. to been unablo tho ad.! I ' Purine hU walk could not stand It And yet It was ' t n t tho younf. written that their paths had crossed venture Intrigued Maltland with Its c r lav-l. tiad splco ot novolty, a new sensation, fully t v auto iiaJ and parted and wero never agalp to as much as she, horsclf, tho pretty t ,1 II llrr a ru lljr Or was It? It must bu so woman out ot place. M reaching horn. touch. tnra. Interested and atThey would never meet again. kmc lha safe j k.i kc'3 Hhe. apparently, written: her concern with, hor Inter- tracted blm. Ho bad enjoyed playing r wn crook. Danlrl After all, tho part, to lead hcr J i MiltUnd est In, him, could have been nothing to believe had been amused him nn adventurer ot mett m i he lweli, and permanent. Thoy had encountered tle and caliber little Inferior to her r frit tormina a part t thr.t f - worlil,i . aiprarrtl under strange nuiplccs, and ho had own as ho understood hcr; unscrupuI f f trcatril hcr with common decency, for lous, impatlont of tho quibble of n MtlllKiul ovrearae C CULM. th llOUH which sho had repaid htm In Rood , ' hut adroit and keenNew York In litr au-- : - i anil mhn promlteil mcaauro by permitting htm to retain witted, and distinguished and set apart ' ' i! Maltlaml rwlvhl his own property. Their nccount was 1t I " r r ' ,. m liltimelf aa a from the herd by grace ot gcntlo J H.e trtrl t In rray, eren, and sho for'ovor done with him. breeding and chlvalrlc Instincts. t nw him lha Jew Thnt mutt bo her attitude Why How far ho might or might not havo T' Man IVIlrsl by a blow should It bo anythtnR else? ' Tli Utter proved let this enjoyment enrry him, she had -- U ' "Oh. tho dovll!" exclaimed the younir no means and he arrurrd the of surmising. Not very f,ir, r v. n ia Maltlantl'i ilnu-- a man In disgust And rising-- took his tie latter. The not too far, sho was Inclined to ' a rncniciment with distemper to tho window. strongly as sho know her per li her lha irem. Leaning on tho sill, ho thrust head tonality to : ' nrt aljflit They havo Influenced him; not . Hie loot Molt- - and shoulders far out over tho garish r e" ttfd mlialnx hl nbyas of metropolitan night Tho hot far enough to Induco hltn to'trnst her m,mrallne aa breath of tho city fanned up In stilling out of sight with tho Jewels. Ho had capture avnmwi P Tho gtrl In gray wares Into his face, from tho street demonstrated that, to hcr humiliation. , ,, 0 T'ltmrnta ilurlnc lila Tho flush ot excitement waning, ini. belni till-- bolow, upon whoso painted pavemonts mnnllko soon had he wearied ot tho - rM men crawled like Insects round moving spots, to each his romanco under game sho thought; to hcr mind, In CHAPTER IX Continued, distorted retrospect, his nttltudo when his hat c' r ' The nortlon nf lh window wns on the corner, over- leaving hcr at dawn hnd been InsinThe ' Eli'OliloKnn cere, contemptuous, that ot n man Kl f en hf iur or more ho tossed looking the Junction of threo great to bo rid ot hcr, relieved to bo hlghwnya of humanity: Twenty-thirni bed Hiroti which ho lmd street, with Its booming crosstown ablo to get away In unquestioned posh n- n,out troubllnB to stretching away Into the dark-nes- s session of his treasure True, tho sugr to nn nrnrtf nf car, on cither hand; Droadway, fork gestion thnt thoy lunch together at l. Vr' alffleultlM Ing oft to the left, Its distances mcrg-gln- c Ku gene's had been his. UUt he had . i EiigRcBtcd ,.or cro- hot glow of yellow radi- forgotten tho engagement, It over bo ' lU'ii of tlm past SI ance; Into a nrtjnuo. branching Into tbq had meant to keep It, If tho notion had Fifth more, than n whim of tho moment north with Its desolato sidewalks oddly been 1 nlsty. tho Jewell, patterned In arens of denso shadow with him. And O'Hngnn had told her '""s nr hi. thouRhts light. Over tho war by telephone that Maltland had left M ' - world of his ro-- and a cold, clear ; tho park loomed darkly, for all Its his rooms at ono o'clock In ample cn'v nl tll0',, four scattered arcs, a black V: and silent time to meet her at tho restaurant. "K ulwn' No, ho had never Intended to come; to Ilnucr space, a well of mystery. i n t!- ! i tmr of scnUmenl. It was Into, quite Into; tho clock ho had wearied; yet. patient with her, ry ' atrnnBo that her In front of Dorlon's (ho craned his truo to tho ethics of a gcntlo man, ho .1. tUWU U UUI111. neck to rce) mado tho hour ono In tho had been content to let Iter go, rather in a spaco of tlmo morning; tho sidewalks wero com- than to send a dotcctlvo to take his t " niuuuua Ul mil. paratively deserted, even the pillared place if, p .. , nuu wnnt was portico of tbo Fifth Avcnuo totol desAnd this was something, by the a (rl -- . i titute of loungers. A timid hint of way, to cause her to revise, hor theory J ll0r ,0 live-coolness, forerunning tho dawn, rodo as to the manner In which Anlsty had oci I, I.."' "nU,cr? At whoso up on tho brceio. managed to Bteal tho Jewels. If Maltlooked up nnd away northward, land had gone abroad at one, nnd withi ' ' body social hhould forHomany minutes, over housetops out Intruding to keep his engagement ,, ' if , bc 'Irawn. that sho stenciled black against the glowing nt Eugeno's, then ho must hr.vo been f'rcod lnt0 ,ho nk sky, his gaxo yearning Into vast dis- despoiled beforo that hour, anJ with'is tances of spaco, melancholy tlngolng out his knowledge Surely, If tho .'Jr of hcr cultlvatlop, tho complexion of his mind. Ho fan- Jewels had been taken from him with - .T'.' Tt,cv' ' a;j,y? cied himself oppressed by a laguo un- Ida cognlinuco, the hue nud cry would ' ni8S of hor' easiness, unnccountablo as to caute, havo been out and Anlsty would not ri ' nr9- hor . InKt'iiuoui unloss bnvo dared to linger so long In the j ',t lLluy combined ?44 v. , From the sublime to the ridiculous neighborhood! H t''er. to him, at " vengeance, hta To bo just with hor sol f, tbo girl had i ' "1'jIo aud a ilollRht. with a Gono tho glamourthoughts tum- not gono to the restaurant with much 5. k of ramunco ' l Uf" hu ImiHinM 1..,. bled, twinkling, banished by rank . real hope ot finding Maltland there. In n ' u mtQ hor itnrllt . u. Ho could havo blushed for Curiosity had drawn her Just to see t-"iipaipauio fra--- shame; ho got slowly to his feet. Ir- If Hut It was too preposterous to tr ' trembloa, wai both resolute, trying to arupplo with a con- credit that ho should havo cared im cnoigh. Quito too preposterous! It r ... . dition that never boforo In his J hidqod about Cil i ,., wns her cup, her bitter cup, to know bad ho boon called upon to ' a mutt stand atldo,with Itnthat ahe bad learned to car enough MVA w 14 r transmitter, at a venture. No nntwer. "Hello!" Then central. Irrltablrt "Go ahead. You've got your party." "Hello, hello!" A faint hum of voices, rising snd falling, beat against tho walls of his wires tho Wero understanding. crossed? He lifted an Impatient finger to Jiggle tho hook nnd call central to crashed when something order. henvlly. Ho could havo likened the sound, without n strnln of Imagination, to a chnlr being violently overturned And then a woman's voice, clear, ac cents Informed with anger nnd pain: "No!" nnd then "hay, that's my mistake. That line you hnd's out of order. I had n call for them a whllo ago, nnd they didn't answer. Guess you'll havo to wait. "Central! Central!" ho pleaded, desperately. "I say, central, glvo mo that connection again, please. "Ah, sayl what's tho matter with you. anyway? Didn't I tell you that lino was out of order? Illng off! Automatically Mnltland returned the receiver to Its rest; nnd rose, whlte- lliipcd and trembling. That woman s vol co I LONB DISTANCE TELEPHONE 'FOR RATES AfPLY Ti 110 AL HAMMER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPH CD. MUNUTI. ... 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"Well?" ho demanded, cuttingly. Sho made a llttlo motion of hei hands, begging for tlmo; and, assenting with a short nod, ho took a turn up and down the room, then abstractedly reached up and turned out tho gas. "When you nro quite composed should enjoy hearing your statement.'1 "1 have none to make." "So!" with his back to the lamp, towering over and oppressing hei with tho sense of his strength nnd 'That Is very odd, Isn't It?" "I havo no no explanation to give that would satisfy you, or myself," Ilarble and Granite flonuments CURBINO. HlCKnAN, STONO WORK t i f aril kinds, IRON FENCINO. i KENTUCKY ln-- rn :. cpnl and followed down tho hall Once there, a chair, whllo tho desk, put Davidson & Stubbs Meet Your Friends AT Lauderdale's ' it meum-et-tuum- i DENTISTS. OFFICES: Hickman, Kjr. Or.r Cowglll's drug store, Unloa Cltr, Tenn. In C. B. A. Tonsorial Parlors Hickman. Hot and eoli baiht; elsctrlo lights and faaj. hydraulic ehalrs and er.rjUilBf for comfort. Bait In st ' 1 c, Clinton Street, Hickman, Ey. Nest door to Jones' Cafe. im 1 i rt building. LAND t 1 1 t tho said, brokenly. "I I don't cnr what you think," with a flicker of defiance "Dollovo the worst and and do what you will havo mo arrested " measures, such as arrest and Imprisonment, are so unsatisfactory to all Dut I am Interested to concerned. know why you aro hero." Hor breathing seemed very loud In the pauso; sho kept her lips tight, fearing to speak lest sho loso hcr mastery ot self. And hysteria threatened; tho fluttering In hor bo&om warned her. Sho must bo very careful, vory restrained, If sho were to avert that crowning misfortune. "I don't think I quite understand you," ho continued, musingly; "surely you must havo anticipated Interruption." "I thought you safely out ot the Cash Book Store Splendid Selection . . . "a "Oh, we Ho laughed sardonically. won't go so far as that, I guess; harsh FOR SALE Both city and farm property at reasonable prices. 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We can tickle the most People who exacting typographic appetite. have partaken of our excellent service come 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. - .,. -- T JOB PRINTING ve .fi-flAiif- c: oils-tenc- 1110 0,h8r 'e,Iow- Wedding Invitations, letter hetdi. bill bead, Vr "ifi sal. bllu, .tatemonu. dodgers, curds, etc., all roc-ltt lame careful treatiaa&t Just a little better Run teems neceaury. Prompt delivery always. - Ailrortlnnfnt.) CtizenS Ticket. FOR MAYOR. Tom Dillon, Sr. FOR COUNCILMEN. B. C. C. R. G. Hale. G. Schlenkcr. CHEAP 9ur iifH! DYSPEPTIC PHILOSOPHY. Much feeding tnnkcth n full man. It keeps tunny a fellow busy look ing for n job. Never trust n man whoso dor has gone back on him. Tim modern horo Is unci pnrt valor nnd nlno parts printer's Ink. You can t smooth n mnn down by rubbing him tho wrong war. WHAT OTHFRQ Reporter p: 8Gc oach. COW FEED! MOONSHINE A mixture of Silks, Etc., at Shucks, Small Grains of Corn cv UU T F. Ballzcr. M. Isler. . Second hand furnlturo bought nt Hickman Job Shop. Solid onk rocking chair Homo Furnishing Co. Probably tho old in aid remains miss became she nover tnndo n hit. It takes n pretty slick Individual to a sample In buying experience. C. P. Shumate. Bruce Powell. (Advertisement. The next big mnn to visit Hick man will bo Santa Clans. Homloy nnd Jno. llrynnt wore In Memphis first of the week. Hackle, match Labor Ticket FOR COUNCILMEN. Julius Frenz Cue Threlkeld Percy Jones Al Fans Marion Provow Jim Hunt II. f. 15c per wagon Gossip Is merely n case of putting two nnd two together nnd making five. Even tho follow who has nothing to do doesn't seem to bo satisfied to do It TAIU'INE for coughs and colds 25c por bottle. Helm & Ellison. L. O. Ilaltior wiib horo from Cov ington, Tonn., first of the week. load, if hauled immediately, at gin. Scott nnd daughter, of Fulton, visited J. A. Noonon this Mrs. Kiln There is no such thing ns tho big gest bnlf, In spite of tho fact that most of us want it. Richmond & Bond Co., Hickman, Ky. Gentlemen: I have been feeding your Colton tvicai ana nuns lor iwo years to milch cowi ami r u to dc me Den reed l.havecvcr used, nUoiK l . . ... I. .w....v.a.v. .1 now oi milk and keeps tJi me rt cows in fine condition. Am fully satisfied wltl. in cotton deed Meal and Hulls. . weok. No. 38 J.F. & S,L. DODDS Co, Tclcphono your grocery order to tho Old Reliable All Roods delivered. A man may sometimes feel that ha has no friends, and nt other limes that he has too many. Respectfully, Mrs. L. D. Threlkeld. NOTICE TO VOTERS. To the voters of Fulton County: a I havo been very busy this fall attending to tho duties of my offlco I haven't bad tho opportunity to canvass tho county and nsk you for your support. In the coming November election. I made a canvass of tho county last yenr and don't think It right to neglect tho duties of my offlco to niaku anothor canvass. I nsk you publicly to go to tho polls on tho 2nd day of November nnd cast your vote for mo. Thanking you for CRUTCHFIELD. Jnkc Vontch wont to Dukedom Sat D. Owens nnd Hobt. DcIIow spent Tbese Honllenien iiro cnnUldntM for the Sunday nt tho laf tor's homo near urdny. oinco o( Oltr Oouncllmcn on tlio tabor inejr sre nil wormy gentlemen, Union City. ncKex. Llttlo Euro Is having chill voie tor iiim ana you win not regret It. Miss Hnttlo Anderson, of Jackson, this week. has been the guest of .Miss Ilonnle WILL INCORPORATE. Lon Alxnnilr ! recoVrritiR from Carpenter. Those Interested in the Hickman Independent Homo Telephone Co. met last Friday afternoon and dccld" ed to Incorporate the now telephone company. The amount will be 2,000. The Bhares will bo sold at 15 each, nnd no person will be allowed to own I more than 50 shares. It might bo said by tho way of explanation that subscribers to this sys tem will now be exempt from liability so far as their connection with the company Is concerned. Also, that uuiuuiu iiuiu iur iiuuui'8, vie, is nui i a part of the company s stock. STATEMENT FROM ED JONES. n No mnn works so hard thnt he hasn't a llttlo energy left to pat him self on the bnck. MOORE GAINS m i - 5TRENcTH Frank h Democrat i, SUNFLOWER Insanity. PHILOSOPHY. It Is n form of ture, has r f - If- u - Don't be funatlcnl. spall of pneumonia. .Mrs. Julia I'clham, of Fulton, UC" visit- - M,M Ilo,,durat uw ,. Miss Victoria Bondurnnt hag return ed from a visit to friends in Marfleld and Fulton. FOR RENT: My building, now occupied by Ellison Bros., Jan.lit W A' Dodd 18c Dr. D. C. Pollock, of Campbell, .Mo.. removed a cancer from Mrs. Jos. this week lrJ J. A. Noonon of his sistec-ln-laton, Wednesday. attended the funeral Mrs. Bard nt Fu. To the Voters of Hickman nnd Ful Carpenter Win. Stoker Is finishing ton counties: Having been nominat a nice nine-rooresidence for Price ed, without tho asking, by my party Hoiiry, near town, as a candidate for tho Legislature in this district, and in view of tho fact Miss Mary Jnno Andrews, of Un that the next Kentucky Legislature Ion City, was tho guest of Mrs. Edgar will nave no United States Senator Townsond this week to elect, and that verr little, if nnv. J- - R- - J,cCeheo and wife, of Fulton. political legislation is likely to como f Misses Dottle and before the Assembly for consldera- - wero ,ho Hon, I believe tho supremo question of '""e uouas Ulls wceK tue nour Deioro tno people is tern- That ,agt ycar8 ovcrcoat w, do perance. this season If vmi linvn Sxhmi.it tw i merely want to say mat it elect- - u up. All work Guaranteed Bu8 Never ngreo with tho grouch; ha wnnts everything and everybody to be Earl and Paul Mooro nnd Adrian disagreeable. Howell spent Sunday nt Jim Brown's Tho greatest army on earth Is com Logan Seat nnd wife went to Hick man Tuesday to see William H. Tuft. posed of thoso people who are good because they have never been tempted. Joo Moore, wife and llttlo daugh Every man beltoves ho would occa ler, Loralno. spent Sunday at l' It, sionally whip a policeman If tbn po-Sauer's. llccmnn would lay down his club and Uncle Jako l.annom spent last woe pistol. In Calloway county, visiting relatives It ought to tako a good deal of con- nnd friends. celt out of American men to observe Oscar Tumor, who wns dangerously that white women occasionally chase hurt several weeks ugo Is thought a Chinaman. to bo a llttlo better. Pat Sheedy, a noted cninMiT. gives Mrs.' Mai Belle Roberts nnd tittle ndvlco to young men: "Take nny son, Gordon, nnd Miss Jesslq Barber road but tho crooked one." It's a maxim good enough to bo preserved. spent Friday In Fulton. If a gambler did say It. Tho oyster supper given by the W Thero ls n noted fool In Atchison, O. W. at Crutchflcld, Saturday night and people generally say of him: "Ha proved to bo quite a success. doesn't know any better." Some men Mr. and .Mrs. Jeff Freeman are all who talk nonsenso know better, but of a do tho smiles this week over the arrival of a fool, majority manthem fool.not. To Is n tho wise Atchison fino grandson at tho home of Dr. (Kan.) Globo. Wright In Cnyce. Last Thursday morning, Oct. 21 tht death nngel visited nnother homo Sho know how to forget aunoyances. In our community, and this tlmo olulmcd for his victim John Stono, She understood tho art of enjoying tho beloved son of .Mrs. Ella Caldwel1 llttlo things. I John was born Dec. I, 18S5, making Sho kept her nerves well in band his ihort stay on earth 23 years, 10 months and 17 days. Burial occurr and Inflicted them on no one. ed at Itush Creek. She cultivated good health nnd tho art of snylng pleasant words. FOUGHT OVER GAME. noon whllo playing with pennies a dlsputo arose over tho game between L. W Whltakor and John Holcombo, two employees of the Mongol Box Co and they had a few words, but noth Ing was thought of this and they went on back to their work. Hoi combo, picking up a strip of timber, walked up behind Whltakor and gnvo him a blow ncross tho back of tho head that felled htm. tor some tlmo It was thought Whltnker was dead, and the doctorH say the blow was almost a fatal one, Both aro young men. Holcombo got away boforo un nrrest could be mado and has not been caught. Whltnker Is nblo to bo up today. "crack-a-loo" Smith Bolln nnd family will mov this weok to near Clinton. Occasionally a smart mnn Is met with, nnd It Is a Joy to bear him talk. past favors, I remain obedient sorvant, W. A. your Naylr, HI Ing appoint n ' - 'J weok. whi. h 8tore Saturday a' Mr. Moon has ' .. la Democrat li v i. j of whom at. 1 will get the f J it , there Is no ht t In this coun iv I t ij favorable in i . , niost and has gr. a j i- ; self with tli. i,, i . ft . . Judge Fulton Co. Court. KILLED BY TRAIN. Bill Johns, ngo TO years, and n well known citizen of tho Crutrhfleld neighborhood, wns struck by tho guard on a freight englno. Wednesday afternoon, nnd Instantly killed. Tlio accident happened nenr Ramus croMlng. Mr. Johns wns walking near tho track, thinking possibly that ho was In the clear, when the south bound .. The Hon F tar .-. Yuicre oi nicmrsn Rnr., S. M:;re, w: Line . tre, Saturday eight it . ui .. To iccemr thf. r rfvuH h u. m.l. ei one alter tn wwfiiv wui .nu ni,T mt Democracy eipcur.dtd, Mr Ts'." a ., died TU" lu 1. conducted 1 ' . pirfenr cr., i C r -r .t it: freight rushed by, tho guard striking his head. church II t' t i 1. . .1 Have You Kidney Trouble, Torpid Liver, A DEAR OLD LADY. ed I shall stand for the strong-est temperance legislation possible,! Lco Baltzer, of Covington, Tenn., be it Local Option, County Unit, or sPnt a fBW days bere this week, tho State-widProhibition, and I sincere- - uest ot nls swter, Mrs.S. L. Dodds ly call upon tho people to como to V. L. Helm and. wife returned Mon tho polls on November 2nd and cast day night from their bridal trip to your votes In tho Interest of good New Orleans aud other points In tho morals and sobriety. south. On all other questions of legisla tion I believe the people know that I Editor Dave Urlght. of tho East will stand for Uie best interests of I Prairlo Eagle, and wife spent the first of tho week with relatives In Hick all tho people. Respectfully, man. ED. JONES. 1 e Indigestion, Rheumalism,;1AGK? Sho did not expect too much from WALKER'S SARSAPARILLA C Saturday at her friends. Sho svmnnthized with other non-plea Joys as well as with their sor rows. Sho did whatever camo to her cheer fully and ns well ns alio could. JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. Which Is Better Try an Experi ment or Profit by a Hickman Sheriff O. Ball, of Wavorly. was hero Wednesday after a negro prls oner that broke Jail at that place last week. Officers Hamby and Wright made arrests Tuesday: "Crook Elliott, bootlegging, Bon Williams, drunk and disorderly, Jack Carter, drunkenness, tho following 01 Tonic overt!) Blood Purifier and Restorative This rcmcdv is nrovinu of Wonderful country. ioi a new uiscovcxy. uui u MEDICINE O Mr. Frank S. Mooro, of Hickman, democratic nomlnco for represent!!- DEMOCRATIC 8PEAKINC. Uvo Irom iokuinn and Fullon coun, Prominent Democratic speakers wll tt,Bi wn8 mxlns wlth good votmj of Columbus Tuesday. Columbus Her- - address the voters of Fulton county Friday and Saturday. The follow Ing nj dates have been filled: LOST: Oot. 20, a tan colored pock Hlckmnn Methouey's storo In Wes et book' containing several checks, Hickman, Thursday night, Oct. ,28. one paynuio to uuas. uwo; on hook Brownsville Friday night, Oct. 29. SassafniB Ridge Friday night, Oct. n Co., Buffalo, New ls Printed "Compliments of Security a. t.nicago " J&.UO reward If return vnrir wlo scents for tho United ed to this offlco. Ctyco Saturday night, Oct. 30. States. the name Doan's and Remember Leo Carter and Ed Gholson were take no other. hero from Fulton Sunday. Mr. Carte During Ills speech, President Tuft ls u candidate for Chief of Pollco of Mood on n rug belonging to W. T. I will null cut flowecrs that will Fulton nnd his friends suy that ho McAdoo, of Fulton, which Is 93 years keep, and plants that will grow. Cull has an oxcellent chuueo for election. old. The rug Is made from tho skin Mr. Uliolson Is special officer of the of the first camel ever owned by phono 282. Wo need your orders. Illngllng Bros, circus. . Posttua Floral Co., Union City, Tonn, 1. O. R, R, Foster-MUbur- Citizen's Experience. Something new Is an experiment Must bo proved to bo as repre sented. Tho statement of tho manufacturer Is not convincing proof of merit. But tho endorsement of friends is. Now supposing you bad a bad back, A Lame, Weak or Aching one. Would you experiment on It? You read of many cures. Endorsed by strangers from far Away places. It's different when the endorsement comes from homo. Easy to prove local testimony. Homo endorsement is tho proof tha backs every box of Bonn's Kidney Tills. Read this case: A. J. Ilunziker, East Hickman, Ky., Bays: "I cannot say too much In favor of Doan's Kidney Pills as they had a truly wonderful effect upon my kidneys. I suffered for some years from attacks of kidney trouble and a times thero was a dull actio across tho small of my back, which made mo miserable. A short time ago I procured Doan's Kidney Pills at Holm & Ellison's urug Btoro anu turougu their use found entire relief from uiy troublos."' For salo by all dealers. Prlco CO cent8 d aged. bho never forgot that kind words and a sinlle cost nothing, but are priceless treasures to tho discour Home Chnt. Merit all vuui" The Paducah Vinegar Works Is ad vertlslng for largo qualities of coun try sorghum. Guess that's what they make pure applo vinegar from. Miss Lizzie Araberg nnd guest, Mrs. Lizzie Lowe and little daughter, of Paragould, Ark., spoil t Sunday In Mayfleld with Mrs. Guy Hobblns. Voto for A. M. Shaw for Magtstrato ' of tho Third District. Purity, accuracy nnd nulrk servlm ls tho moto of our drug departmunt. uicKinnn Drug Co. O Don't forgot to voto for tho good Soverlgns you must pay your as roads amoudment on November Do it for tho sako of yourself, your sessment November 1st, or sooner. family, ycur neighbor and your teams, My report goes In before tho elec tion, Nov. 2nd, as other matters will llev. Illaney will preach at the occupy my tlmo nnd nttontlon thon. Christian church Sunday morning und so If you do not pay you will bo lifted evening. Subject: "Losbons From off as I urn short ofcash. I have ac tho Great Convention" or "20th Cen commodated you; please accommo tury Methods. date me. F. S. MOORE. NOTICE. Tho Courier prints more local news each wook than any othor local paper in Western Kentucky. Quality counts be deceived get ng direct from Kirk Shingle Co., Fluid Extract Sariaparllla Fluid Extract Prickly Ash Fluid Extract Wild Cherry Fluid Extract Dandelion Fluid Extract Duchu JTliiU FTtrart Guaranteed D lMJ i rluld&x'r. under the Pure Food and Drugs Act SeriaNo. 16,453. ' Shingles. Don't the best, by buy. the mill. Yates & Hickman, Ky. In Ie ... JO, W Mrs. W. W. Richmond and daughter Ellison aud Miss Unlllo, and Hullck Samuels and wife, of Clinton, were guests of L. P C. C. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Drown sayn Lewiiburg, Tenc Capitol Medicine Co., , Sept iyu' Smith. Tuesday. ki.. Gentlemen V.n.1 naiiviic, . - A We hoth - l.. Ml. f eel so . to . VOU 1 ...L.-.Mini - Qor.imrlllfl (TnmDO'inJ i r I ' I iriTjrii,." . ... n- FOR SALE: A nice residence ouo block from I'OStofflco. Tho linn has G rooms, two halls, and two oorch cm; in good repair and a very desira ble placo. Call at this offlco. t -- vl: . ave ui any dies but found none that n relief until v'b. do trotS- This is to notify tho duLIIc thnt hereafter I shall not bo rsoDonslblo lor any dobU or other obligations that may bo contracted by my son, George Heaves, who ls a minor. E. H. Reevw n-Illckmnn, Ky. Wo havo for salo In West Illckmnn near Motheny's store, a fine pleco of residence property. Ownor has good roasons for soiling. It will tako 1,- ouu to trauo. proporty cost moro than this. Well improved and will bear closo Inspection. Purt time. Hickman Courier Realty Co, -aJ fully say it has wonderfully Improved our condiu nurnani-to suffering heartily endorse it as a God-sen- d Yours slncerelyi nf0fn. Mr. and Mrs Mariball This remedy is for sate by the HICKMAN DRUG COMPANV ated) (Iiu-orpo- i HICKMAN. KY. Mnniifnriurecl hv Cnnltol Medicine Co., Nashville, j "i e T.TjAlt I (Mntlnnril from rwe TO TAFT'S VISIT .Mines Hlonn (jf.) HICKMAN. Jr, joaopti U. Murphy. Steamer Lily. tlio following: i arry, anions others, Don Francis- H i Excellency Scnor Ellison Bros. a I, vim do la Harm, Ambassador t ca Mexico, ins Excellency Senor Doctor Ho- , ,,, Knplnoso, Minister from Nloa- n s Kxcelloncy Scnor. Doctor I.nl (laiito- .. Jo Horrnto, MlnUter from C. Scnor Don Kxcelli-nc.wiiii nn, Minister from Panama. , a Kicellenoy General Carton dra-Mlnlstor from Cuhn. Sunor Don Jontulm i i s Kicellenoy !.,r a Cairo, Mlnlitor from Costa )i ) 250 Pairs Mens and Boys' Tants To be Sold at About Half Price We are in a position to offer you the most remarkable values in Men's and Boys' Pants that you have ever seen. Cassimeres, worsteds, all wool goods, materials of the very best and made up strong and durable. For convenience have divided them into three different lots and offer Lot Men's and Boys' Pants that sold up to 1,75 1.00 and 2.00 for Lot 2 Men's and Boys' Pants that sold up to 3.00 1 it. i Kxcelloncy Benor Don from Salvador. u ii.il Ceorgo II. llhlor, SuperGeneral of Httnm b Inspector V els St. lJUis. nold Hlmnklln, Consul General I i Ketlorl-Minist- f xlco. 'I l hi Honorabla John Ilarrott, Direct uf the International Dureati of hrr.st 11. KllslnKor. prosldont ii' an and Foreign Trades Asso-- t .v ca of St. Louis. Jjftph J Dunn, Inspector of Steam Vr: .s at St. Iouta. W ri' an Republics. Steamer St. Paul. lurrying Governors of Stntrs, diplomats, newspaper men and sH tho party Inoludlng tho follow-for-- i Gov. A.. E. Willson, of Kentucky Steamer Illinois. t 1 T out-doo- An Ideal Day. z UiTcrnors: ( cr 11 H. Comer, of Alabama. t..r G W. Donajjhcy, Arkansas. jct P 8 Donoon, of Illinois. Ocr T R Marshall, of Indiana. 0:r A E. Willson, of Kentucky. Oct J K Sanders, of Ioulann. U v T M Warner, of Michigan. Oct E. V Noel, of Mississippi. (.or II 8. Hadloy. of Missouri. Propqrty of the State of Illinois, .Prom early morn until sunset there and carrying Statu officials. wtts not n cloud In tho sky. Tlio wcathor was cool enough to mako Steamer Grey Eagle. r Ufa delightful. Uottcr weath er could not havo been hajl. There Carrying Kansas City deop waterwas no dust and very llttlo wind. way delegation. Steamer 8t. Louis. Carrying members of tho St. Louis lluslncss Men's Lcnguo. Miscellaneous 1.50 for . Lot 3 Men's and Boys' Pants that sold up to 4.00 2,50 and 5.00 for Notes. All Peters' Diamond Brand That Taft smllo! Tbo kodak flond was hero. Ur V C. V Shallcnbcrsnr, Nebraska. Tho committees did tholr part Thousands Disappointed, Tho parade, which had been ar They all looked glum "tho morning ranged, was called off, owing to tho after." ( .r M It, rattonton, Tennessee. fact that tho time allowed Hickman f jt T M. Campbell, of Texas, As usual, tho tin horn and confetti had been overrun by a quarter of an t.- -r U H l'routy, of Vermont, hour. As a result, thousands of peo- man got his. M I'. Ansel South Carolina, t.cr Who said it doesn't pay to havo a dcr II 11. Qulnby, New Hampshire ple, failed to see tho President, de pending upon seeing him In tho pa blow-ou- t Ccr J V Shafroth, of Colorado. occasionally? rado. 1. ;r W It. Stubbs, of Kansas, Oh, yes, you'll always find somo It was no fault of tho committee. (or 11 II. Ilrooks, of Idaho, howaver, thnt this part of tho pro knockers. But who hit llllly (.or M B. Hay, of Washington. gram was cancelled. It Is also untru Car It E. Sloan, of Arizona, that a threatening letter received at (.cr J llurke, of North Dakota. Plenty of Ico water wns provided, tho Hickman office, emitted Its aban Cjv P H. Weeks, of Connotlcut. but it was evident that somo drank K)Bt card received by donment. A t.;r r II. Carrol, of lown. something olse. Gcr J O Davidson, of Wisconsin. Mr. Taft from somo friendly crank In Massachusetts recommending that Tho Court Houso wns a regular arC.r C N Haskel, of Oklahoma. senal Monday night tho soldiers wer r.:r S 8 l'onnowlll, of Dolewnro. ho adopt W. It. Hearst's principles qunrtered there. thnt wns all. (.or Hcrt M. Fornald, of Maine, Lack of time, which was unscrupu (.or A W. Gilchrist, of Florida. Deal's Hand, of I'aducah' Is a splenlously taken by a high official, is Steamer Erastus Wells. tho cause of the omission of tho pa did musical organization. Every member Is a musician. i .i'ryinK members of tho President's rado. The four torpedo boats, which were Col. C. C. Mengel deserves a voto fi' t, under tho personal escort tf Frederick H. Krelsnmnn, Mayor to havo accompanied tho President's of thanks for his gcncroiAty In helpl'arutle.'and which went to St. Louis ing on this occasion. ( m Iouli, tho party Including: Postmaster two weeks ahead of tlnio to join the irank II Hitchcock, party, went down Monday afternoon. Tho Lyric, Steamer Dick Fowlor and Tal wns a disappointment to all Will Uarry'B Negro Minstrels wero - This t NBgcl, Secretary of Comtowns along tho river. They nlso among tho attractions. rce left Memphis before tho flotilla ar Tho special, which tho N. C. & St. Steamer Mississippi. wo rlvotl. Why this arrangement L. people thought would run empty, ( -"J.ns members of tho Mlsslsslp-- t havo been unable to learn to our cauio In crowded to tho gunrds. K..i r Commission. satisfaction. U. P. Cloyos, who lived In Hickman Beautiful Decorations. Steamer Qulncy. In 1S47, was among tho visitors Ho . Hlckmnn certainly looked swell in was a cnrrlago maker and now lives krr Josoph Cannon and 177 ' . s of Congress. bor holiday attlra. Nearly every bust at Mayfleld. lies houses and many residences, C. L. Walker did moro to mako n. Steamer Alton, wero festooned In tho national colors. success of tho big day than any other ' 'Tiiiig SU Louis delegation to Tlio streets wore decorated In ele ono man. Ho was certainly en tho gant stylo by tho Harper Decorating wing during tho past week. 1. ans. Co,, of Lnuisvlllo. Thousands of flags Steamer Cape Girardeau. Marshal Dillon rccolved numerous fluttered overhead from ropes stretch compliments on the wa ( rruig Missouri, Bast St. Louts, ud ut right angles with tho streets, ' ille and Alton deep waterway and bunting paralleled tho streets ht ard tho efficient forco of pollccmon from one end to tho other, forming handled tho enormous crowd. C ,.vi"t and ladia. nn arch of patriotic colors. It was, Tbo Courier this week Is a llttlo according to tho consensus of opinion Steamer G. W. Hill. bit "shy." Iloth tho editors wero on tlio most magnificent and gorgeous ("JiiiK members of tlio Illinois dlspluy of Its kind ever seen In West tho Taft committee, and havo devoted S'i'arturrrs' ABsoolntlon and the ern Kentucky. Marshal Dillon also moro tlmo to tho preparation of Taft (it j Drop Waterway Convention. had all the Btreots lit npple-plorder, Day than to tho paper. Julian Chuate, V. 11. Wilson and City of Sattlllo. 15,000 People Here. Vul Carponter entertained a big bunc 'iV'irg delegates to tho Waterwn As this was Mr, Tuft's only stop of Mnyfleld friends with a prlvato (i V. 'lon, in Kentucky, this section of tho state bnrhocuo. These gentlemen hi llevo and Wcatorn Tonucssco turned out In showing visitors a good time. en inassa. Tho crowd has been varTho ladles of tho various churches, iously estimated at from 15,000 to who served meals, killed two birds 20,000. Mr. Taft ostlmntcd tho crowd with ono stouo besides giving their ut 15,000, although ho was unable to wero throng up town along churches a lift financially, thoy seo over the the happy medium which kept tho tlio parado linos. Tho railroad comhotels and restaurants from being pany brought In something over 2,000 Lois ! completely swamped. Nobody loft veOthers cume by boats, autos und lllckmau hungry. hicles from a distance of moro than O 50 uillos, All neighboring towns wer G1B:Bond'8 Addition well represented especially Pulton, STItAYBD: Palo red heifer, weighs I'nlou City, Cayco, Moscow, Now Mad- COO or 700 pounds. Smooth crop off to West HicUman rid, Bast Prairie, Mayficld, and all luft and crop and hulf under crop In towns between Hlckmnn and Nash- right oar. I will pay C reward for fce boat located and Cheap-- ! ville. tho delivery of this heifer to my farm poacablo propert you can buy. It was a Johu Creed. bunch, and withal caused tho locnl k EASY TERMS. Lota sou ol Elzlo Cane, tho offlcors vory llttlo trouble. Bold to WHITE PEOPLE ONLY. Whllo It usuully taxes a town this Mrs. Jennlo llolle. died at his homo oe at the Oil Mill. slzo to take euro of so many people, In West Hickman, Oct. 19th. Death aud as unexpected. caro thoy -- C. B. Bond. In were nil fed und taken stay of rolutivoa havo tho Tho mother their sympathy of In shapo during their food uiuuy friends. Hickman. ' d o Kort, of Now Jersey. Ocr G Curry, of Now Mexico. 0. T It S Vesscy, of South Dakota. l,.v J Shoes Now at Cut Prices We have now put on our tables a big line of these shoes in mens, ladies, misses and childrens, on all of 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 Misses' fine 85c to 65c 1.00 1.25 1.50 1..25, cut to 1.75 Vici and Box Calf cut to Misses' Box Calf, Kangaroo Calf and Vici cut to Misses' Fine Patent Buttons, cut from . 2.0 O to .. Ladies' Patent Foxed Bluchers cut to Ladies' Par Excellence and Diamond Special, finest 4.00 and 4.50 Shoes cut to Men's finest Patent Leather Button and Blucher cut from 1.50 2.00 2.98 to $6 and $5 Men's Black Diamond, box calf, gun metal and vici cut to Boys' Black Diamond, gun metal and vici cut to 3.50 2.25 2.00 Most Remarkable Value Giving in Mens and Boys' Clothes 12.50, 15.00 and 16.50, materials from which Every garment well made and strong. Worth made are first-clasdouble the price we ask for them. You can buy the coat and vest from J.DU any suit for Suits made to sell at s. Children's 1.75 Knee Suits at. Children's Children's .1.00 1.50 2-5- For Sale 3.00 Knee Suits at. 5.00 and Kiipen'. 6.00 Knee Suits at 0 Ladies' and Misses' Long Cloaks At About Half Price. One lot of Ladies' Garments, fine cloth, that sold up to we offer at. $10 and $12 good-nature- 1.50 " Ellison Bros. FOLKS NOW LIVING in Kulton eounly will Ult ou that w print more local nrwi tlwin any other paper In tblt section of Knntuekr I THE HICKMAN COURIER, at Success, The Courier has a fipankin' Gaud Team. "MK mark in onufi..YT' ? Advertising is the Team that Pulls the Commercial Uagon up tho Hill NO. MO VOLUME ni OLDEST PAPER IN WE8TEBN IENTO0KT Crease the Jlxles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let s WHOLE AA . HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1000. I E8TABM8HED HO.U IX tbt it " 1 President Taft at Hickman Introduced by Governor Will-o- n and Receives Big Ovation From Kentuckians. Makes Short Address in Which Waterway is Principal Theme. HICKMAN'S DISTINGUISHED GUEST r. ,art kc, VOHm Physiognomy wrtuU, w. " "vhkiu uii poi. ,m Purpose of the Trip. of President Taft down th u Pt rlvor Is being made to , dl sonnl intention of the , j , The personally conduc.j i, .SSkefBBS. United Rtntra. Presented With Possum and Persimmons Over 15,000 People See The First Citizen of the United States and The Great Flotilla. Tho biggest event In the history of chase," as my college friends from the historic town of Hickman has been Kentucky used to call It, for the pur pulled off. No moro can It bo pose of Improving the rivers in which truthfully said that Hickman has Kentucky has such a great Interest. uover entertained a president of tho With the Tennessee, the Kentucky, United States. For one hour and fif- the Ohio and the Mississippi Rivers teen minutes President William How- flowing through the state, Kentucky ard Taft was our guest to say noth- ought to be foremost In the move' ing of Governors, Congressmen, for- meni 10 see mat tnese rivers are eign Ministers, Cabinet Members and properly Improved. Now I am not going" to say any more, because If other distinguished gentlemen, Hickman Is on tho map with St. there Is one thing that Kentucky Is full of. It Is oratory, and we have Louis, Memphis and Now Orleans It has been for a number of years, representatives of the state here that but some people did not know It. are able to express themselves In a Entertaining the President was no way that makes everybody from every great undertaking for Hickman. Ho other state appear In the minority. thoroughly enjoyed his stay In this You have a Senator, a Governor and a representative present on this occity. Visitors began pouring Into tho casion that will give us a sample of city almost a week before the dato that oratory which I remember Kenfor tho President's visit here, and tucky can proudly boast of. My by noon Tuesday, the 2Gtb, they friends, I am glad to be here. I hope this place and this state wilt grow In were here by thousands. Tho President was scheduled to ar- prosperity." rive In Hickman at 4 o'clock p. m., His volco had, indeed, been overon tho above date. Put long beforo taxed, which rendered his speech this hour the streets of Hickman scarcely audible a dozen yards from were packed with folks anxious to where be stood. This Is the reason see the First Citizen. At 3 o'clock, ho did not speak 30 minutes as had thousands had already surrounded the been arranged on tho program. In big Btand erected on tho levee from fact, ho was unable to use tho tlmo which Taft was to deliver his address allowed him at St. Louis, Capo GirarThey wero content to bear an hour's deau and Cairo, the samo as hero. fatlguo and discomfort in order to Gov. Wlllson then Introduced Sensecure a place near the stand and to get a better view. A terrific Jam ator W. O. Bradley, of Kentucky, who spoke for several minutes. His talk followed. Thousands surged against the throng pressing toward tho speak- was devoted chiefly to Kentucky's er's platform. Only by persistent ef- interest In the great waterways forts of the mounted police and the movement. He also said. "After unceasing patrol of the soldiers were traveling 10,000 miles, Mr. President, they kept from going over the ropes. you have at last reached God's counCapt. Clark, commanding the 3rd Ken- try." Senator Bradley was followed by tucky and a detachment from a company from Marlon, gave his men or- that big, brainy Prince of Democracy our Congressman, Olllo M. James, ders to keep tho ropes clear, and the soldiers with fixed bayonets, ex who received an ovation equal to that ways, BsBsisBBsE-Bi!Bmecuted the order. Out with all this tondered Mr. Taft and In two ono he Is about as big a man. Mr. James crowd and their mad rush, no as usual, "brought tho house down." was hurt. After an hour of unpleasant sus Ho assured the President, although pense, the scout tug, sent up tho river In tho stronghold of Democracy, that to meet the flotilla, was sighted in Kentucky was ever loyal to her the upper bend at the head of the President, adding: "When God made grandest parade over witnessed on in- tho world, ho looked upon It and was land waters. Tho tug's appearance pleased; when ho mado Kentucky, I heralded the coming of tho fleet and he smiled." His address was devota noisy demonstration followed guns, ed chiefly to Kentucky's loyalty to whistles, bells, shouts, everything tho administration, despite her politics smsmsmsmsmHsvIbei.v Joined In the deafening chorus. Tho Hon. It. T. Tyler was then Introflag-shiOleander was leading the duced and delivered a short address long line of beautifully decorated of welcome and appreciation on be steamers and soon swung Into the half of tho city of Hickman and tho wharf fronting tho stand. While the local committees. Though brief, his other boats wero maneuvering and address was ono of the best. It was making the landing, the reception full of feeling and sincerity, and carcommittee (S. L. Dodds, Hon. It. T. ried with it that ring of true KenTyler, Col. C. L. Walker. Gen. H. A. tucky hospitality. It was as follows: Tyler, Mayor Tom Dillon, Col. C. C. Mengel and C. E. Klce) passed down R. T. Tyler's Speech. between tho two lines of soldiers. "Mr. President, I am commissioned boarded tho boat and escorted I'rcs. by the good people of Hickman and Taft and party to tho big platform, vicinity to briefly express to you their Which Beomed to float on a sea of high appreciation of tho honor conhumanity. Thoy were followed by ferred, and pleasuro afforded, by your about two hundred high officials. presenco here today, manifesting as As the President, accompanied by It docs, your kindly Interest In their Mr. Walker, passed from tho river to welfare the stand, ho bowed and smiled now "With a loyal and patriotic peoplo, response to wild cheers and then in such as ours, who lovu this great and waving of flags. republic of ours, over ready to do, Gov. A. E. Wlllson, according to and, If need be, to dlo for her cause, program, introduced Mr. Taft, extend- who glory In her past history and aru Old Ship of Stato, yet with n h art ing him a cordial wolcomo to our hopeful of a mora glorious future; ever responsive to tho best lnt r. a In of tho people and desiring to know "Old Kentucky Home." who even teach these, their children, not only tho needs of tho hour but The Prcsldout arose from his chair. to roverenco her flag and hor cause tho demands of the future, have genAgain enthusiastic cheeriug rent th 'Us but natural that they should erously and courageously assumed the air. When this subsided, Mr. Taft In tho prlvllego of seeing and laborious task of going into every began his address, which was as fol- bearing tho chosen executive of our section of this great country that lows: hind. But wo would bavo you feel you might meet tho peoplo, leuru and know that tho greeting they have their wants, that you might better President's Address, given you Is not only to you as admlnlstor unto thorn. "Ladles and Gentlemen: My volco President, but to William Howard And with our people, who IIvo upon It not In condition to Justify me In Taft, the man; and I assuro you that addressing to you remark more than your presence has aroused tho spon- the banks of that great river that two minutes, but they are long enough taneous and hearty good will of our boro you to our shore, 'tis must to enable me to say to you what pleas-ur- e people, who recognlzo tho fact that pleasing that you liuve now cofnoflo I have In looking Into the faces you, though well acquainted with all manifest your Interest In this mighty of the Kentucky citizenship gathered tho public questions of the day, and highway placed there by Omnipotence, at this end of tho state In "The Pur ably equipped for guiding safoly the for tho. use und benefit of his crea nrmy engineers and lcc. of tho various Interested commercial necessity nnd po of deepening tho Missis.., ' . .. i is reported thnr .m oral "round-up, of thr 4, mis winter, passneo of an ulnnunt . ' hor bill that ahull graph carrying a sutfu ,. , uon uy congress to put u of tho deep waterway f,n u nig oasis, as tho Pamu.u ta ( .!. i . u Hit-nu- . "Federal with tho Stntt. nf . , i 1 mi,,..!.. of which have authwii.-- a or 120,000,000 to eontiiu. waterwny southward frr.i,. where It now terminal. History of Movement . C trntlon filibuster. Tho blow awoke th.: M ; valley, and from Chicago to 3 leans deep waterway sue t fnrtmwt fnr o... ruiMUj .9 . recognition of tho Milt ;, , snd its tributaries. Tho first convention of it,, p : Deep Waterway Awiocutior in 81 Tho present deep wi.raT i mont dates from IKK.. h, r States Renatur Thim.. i .... , . . tana, cotnmltcd the stuixrd , ' marclal crime of kiiiu.g n , river nnd harbor bill by ar s- . of tho most promlftefit bur 1 of seven States were lngton and a campaign c' was waged As a result if, !ul In im On- -' appropriation for rlrw iini t In tho history of the toir t through that session of ('nr Tho slognns have twi n t t II Improvement will b railroad t.-- . :. . Campaigns of lion nro wnged unceasing!? Tho first convention, fc. Louis, had 1.100 dlgal.s tho second, had ment" ! M - ? ' Slates, rhlrsgo .i had on Its roster S.I1T H' m forty four States It Is f i, ' . ' - i William Howard Taft, President United States New Orleans, holdlg th. f ventlon, will surpass this Tho trip downstream is i. ' consume fire days, and w i. proximately 1,100 wiles i' delegations and guests sr' r at 2 S00 strong. Dotalt of the trip were aw nii tho St. Louis and the Lakes to tbe Ou f Waterway Association. m n i which extends from Cbi..is- ' 'i IlulBsl - '- p COL. C. L. WALKER Who wns at the Mead of local Arrangements... you tho kindly wishes nnd gracious at 6 p. m., Monday. OctotM r . courtesy of our people, whoso guest Steamer Oleander (FlagiMp and whoso president you are, and In their name, ask Mm, who holds tho Carrying destiny of nations nnd of men In PIIKSIDENT WM H tho hollow of Ills Almighty hand, to And his imrsonal party. " ' wifily bear you upon the bosom of Captain ArchlbaW W great river through fair South- A., A. I). C. this land amid the plaudits of her loyal Wendell W. Mlsehtor, s- sons, guarantee jou n happy return rotary. to ho nulon's capltol nnd long sparo Charles C. Wogmr. you for usufulnuM to your family, Doctor J. J. your friends nnd your country." Ilrooks. Orclans. Tho start was made from h tv 1 io-- do-lig- policy that will Insure dsup water from tho Great Lakes to tho Gulf, and to systematically dovulop und proleot this great rlvur nud Its fertile valley. Is surely a noble and stupendous full worthy of your great American sttitesmunshlp and genius, und If by your Irifluunto und labor you can secure lis uccauipllHhuient, 'twill prove tli crowulng achievement of the ages link your mime with thu Immortal, and not only will otury u ture. To Invigorate pro-Jus- t, Inhabitant throunlmut thn length and breadth of this great vulloy, Uut their children and children's children will proclaim you blessed. "And now, Mr. President, I beur tho President acknowledged his appreciation of this hearty and boautlful welcome. In front of tho stand, a snnco had been roped off und reserved for tho school children, who, Immediately after thu President's address, sang Columbia." Ho was touched by tho old song from the young hearts nnd returning to tho front of tho stand, listened attentively until it was fin ished, then, in beautiful words, thanked the children and assured them of his appreciation. This concluded tho sponklng. Whllo tho school children sang that sweet old song. "My Old Kontucky Home," and tho Provident wus shaking hands with the committeemen, n slight commotion was noticed on tho stoud. It developed that two negroes wero bringing up n barrel, containing flvo ilozon mallard ducks, which wero presented to Mr. Taft, Senator llrudloy nnd Gov. Wlllson by Postmaster J. T. Stephens. Our gonial postmaster also included In tho gift a Kontucky possum and persimmons mo that tho President would not fall to suinplo tho real delicacies of Dlxlo. Whether At Its conclusion, IContlnitwtoii rue tiff'' DR. BLACK'S Eve Water CONTAINS N1' F'lAX IS PAINLESS WIS ami is. guaranteed tocuresnj". I.. IF UOlIlll OI AND AND HARMLESS IN PEOPLE. HORSES DO" ind blindness. raragouu, A J. R. Jackson, Cured my eyes after I h1' Curd mycyessIterMycm'-- ' ...ri.ml was often times Hii- u-.' MK3.M.A.llA.KV,lvCDD water anu It works like i"Kc' luncitW.A.MAVWOOP.Jo w- ISye ..... by ill Sold and Cuarsntisd Z5c Price, ,. ,ro Burr"'-- - OV IRJlackMedicineCorcfJ uiasuuj". KENNB1 I. r ft" cTRAY LOCAL NOTES TAKEcK pent ., 1 the Tailor. Taft Vlowa Holm & Klllson'a. Schmidt, Miss Molllo llourno spent 8unday with Union City relatives. Commodoro Urann and wlfo woro hero from Fulton Tuosdar. V-P- HAWES' HATS All colors in Stiffs, Soft, Crushes nnd Staples. ECLIPSE SHOE Vici Kids, Gun Metal, Box Calf, Velours, Patent Leather and Ox Blood, button and lace. f- - rlt'ct,on' Hon- - (kU H A, 4 v. t Collins visited Miss ,M Tuesday. NoUry PubllC' ocdd' Lumber Office. T. Dle at S. A. Faust, of Illtilov. was thn guest of Miss Ix)to Cavltt Sunday. Lot us build you a kitchen cablnnt or a box couch. Hickman Job Shop. W' $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 When You Select $3.50 $4.00 $5.00 a Miss Iluth Daylo. of Murray. Kr is tho guest of Mrs. J. E. Naylor this of McKcnzto, wnii hero week. i. a A , ( ,w d a this week on business. Ii. V. Carter, orcanlzer for tho Col Cnlro, wns tho umbian jf. j Woodmon, Is In town this MiHomer Green Sunday. week. rj : of was llio guest of Heating Stoves at all prices from ii v .am Humboldt, Sunday. , jm I1.3G up Home Furnishing Co. Wood t or Coal. Ogress Shingles $1.00 a thousand treJit 1 Hi.-o- v,, Irun llcdd $2.G0 up cash or Furnishing Co. PECK SUIT OR OVERCOAT You will have made a choice worth while. PECK'S CLOTHING is correctly fashioned, it is tailored the custom way and priced moderately $ 0.00 to $25.00 1 Mrs. B. Ucrry nnd llttlo daughter. of Arkansas, aro tho gucsta of Honry of Memphis, was horo Travis aud wlfo. i lh' Kucst of Miss Mabel Su dj Capt. Koger and wife, of I'nducah, wero tho guests of It. M. Isler and of Fulton, was family this week. N'T.c , ' Miss Moymo Naylor (Ills Miss Anna Faulks Smith and llttlo k daughter, of Troy, visited Mrs. C. U players and no Walker this week. v. killed during tho past Mrs. W. 0. Hooves, of Chaffo, Mo., Is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. J. ask for Harper, this week. Dos t t.ko any substitutes SitK ivi Hour best on Uio marMrs, Kiln Henderson, Miss Mattlo Travis and J. W. Morris nttended tho MiCIellan has returned fair at Dresden last week. S (.f r a visit to Miss Ethel LOST: In Hickman Tuesday, gold stick pin. Finder return to Dr. H. E. k r lias returned from I'rathcr and rccclvo reward. r.x ltcre ho lias been work- Jim Jackson, wlfo and children, of u lime near Columbus, wero tho guests of ;h was tlio guest of his Hudo Nalfeh and wlfo this week. 'day Ho Is attending T f5 The Mavfleld Mossemcer Is onnos. i jit1 T itiion. Tenn. Ing tho Good lloads amendment nnd .,.'' Townsond nnd baby seems to bo In a class by Itself. n d from a visit to her t. I truce. Powell has returned from ! (. at Knit Tralrle. Menglowood, Tenn.,whcro ho has boo Walker and Arthur Halo working for the Mcngel Ilox Co. haturday from 'Spring KS.. ' You never did beforo but you can where tliey aro attending now buy double cano chairs from us at 13.50 per set Homo Furnishing I idint Taft Kfts back off Co. p somebody will bo say-- ' ; 1 Uncel Joo Cannon looked natural i - L started tho return to with tho stump of a cheroot protrud ing from beneath that eagle beak I . am k I: formerly of East Pral-r- ! noso. t l w of Hickman, Is running Wlllard Iltand, of Unlontown, Ky.. a? f Tf toat between Dorona and spent several days hero this week, H. haslc visiting his parents, J. W. Dland and 1 lis r working for tho Mongol wlfo. t Bci bid his left foot crushed by Q. Shumata of Newborn, Tenn., s on It. Friday. Ho will hero this week visiting his son, C. 1'. .i .i ral weeks. Shumato, and daughter, Mrs. A. M. r0i( H I.L Friday. Doc 15, to tho Tyler. ; :J r farming Implomonts, U William and Walter Thomas, of s. cow ond calf. 700 gal-K- 'i 't-- J Sharon, Tenn., wero tho guests of ;..it 100 bushels apples and It. tlrelr sister, Mrs. W. T. rarhom, this - ' r ' s S month's Kjr. , lik lU-c- BALTZER & TODDS DRY GOODS COMPANY, (INOOHPOHATEK) Sweater Coat Of ALL KINDS, COLORS and SIZES. furnishing Goods OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR MEN, BOYS and CHILDREN. 50c to $3.50 11 TWO CITY TICKETS. Next Tuesday tho citizens of Hickman will be called upon to elect a now Board of Aldermen, Mayor nnd I'ollco Judge. There will bo two tlckcst In tho There will bo two tickets In tho Inr with tbo plittform of each party, and It Is not necessary to dwelt upon what they represent. Both aides havo made promises to their constituencyboth sides will attempt to win. Tho tickets aro as follows: SUES CITY OF MAYFIELD. I)r, C. A. Washburn, the veterinary surgeon nt Mayfleld, has brought suit ngainst tho City of Mnyflcld tho petition having been filed Saturday for J 2,000 damages and gives his reasons that It was account of a bad place In tho street. The plaintiff states that whllo driving1 in a buggy on Eighth street that becauso of tho unsafe and dangerous place In said Btrcct, ho was thrown from his buggy against the horsa hitched to tho buggy nnd thereby seriously, painfully and permanently Injured him. Ho was Injured on tho left Bide of his body and on his head. Vet a llttlo while, and the election forecaster fiend will be with us. Gov, Wlllson has offered a reward WOODMEN CELEBRATE. Hickman Household No.G, RUSH CREEK of Co- ITEMS. i ' ( rt Citizen's Ticket. For Mayor Tom Dillon, Sr. For I'ollco Judgo For Councllmcn: I). G. Hale. It. M. slier. , - lumbian Woodmen, will celebrate Its third anniversary by Introducing a largo class of new members, on Saturday night, Oct. 30, at 8 o'clock. The charter Is still open to that date, and all applicants will bo entitled to tho low rates and participa tion In this feast that are received before 7 o'clock on this date. All members aro expected to bo present, as extensive preparations are being made for your entertainment. Como out, cat, drink, be sociable and have a good time. Yours In truth and works, ' J. T. DILLON, Chairman Committee. P. S. D. Wilson will sing "Hannah How's Your Ma." A BIG SUCCESS. Miss Lorcne Davis is on tho sick list this week. Miss Bessie Johnston has mumps, wc arc sorry to state. J tho Next Sunday being the Cth Sunday It Is Rush Creeks day for services. Mrs. Walter Crostlc has been confined to her bed several days with neuralgia. Clara and Emma Davis, tho two pretty little daughters of Mr. Jeff Davis are sick this week. at Ono more bud to the family wreath Mr. Caldwell's house. It Is a girl Mother and babe are doing well. Mrs. Luby Hargrove and Bister Miss Pearl Johnston, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Johnston. Dr. Wright has a smile on bis face that cannot fade away, for "Unto him a child Is born." We congratu- ' u s , credit. K k I which according to - a .Mti of tho American as. n reach Its nearest j itc arth on tho IStii or "i f rzt May Tlioso living on -- J ii HI kman ought to bo nblo to t. i' Mar 17lh 1 op-p1 a met of$2S0 for tbo arrest and conviction oflth'o unknown assassins of Hobert JUugg at Fulton. 'Itov. A. S. Taylor, n Baptist preach cri aged 73, died near Wlngo Wednes Labor Ticket. day afternoon. Ho Is survived by his For Mayor wlfo and eight sons and five daughFor I'ollco Judge II. P. Itomley. ters For Councilman: oCuo Thrclkold. V I'orcy Jones. Gov. Willson has tho audacity to A. A. Farts. say that politics will havo no Influence wetk. Marlon Pro vow. with him In granting pardons. Some Miss Mabel Wilson left Monday for Julius Front. body might iinvo believed such a stat Wlngo, whero sho assisted In the Jim Hunt. merit If ho had mado It beforo par wedding of her cousin, MUs Lillian O doning Taylor, Powers & Co., but It Leach. Mrs. Jno. Cotton nnd children ore will bo a hard matter to chuck such City ldlo talk Into Kentucklans now. So In- - homo from a visit with Union principal of Tho relatives. Bayetb tho Arlington Courier. stlluto at Martin and a number of student of that Institution wero In Hickman Tuesday. s Scblcnkcr, Baltzcr. I'owcll. C. I'. Shumato. C. O. C. F. O. B. . - Hall-Mood- AFTER Dall bcaring sowing machines, guar "Jayvllle Junction." given by homo talent nt tho Lyric last Friday evening was a decided success. The 'troupe' of nearly forty members were drilled by Miss Mario Anton, and nil played their parts well. The title suggests a comedy the play docs more, It makes tho audience roar. It Is repleto with comic situations, All tho gawky, Billy thing of Jaytown aro certainly embodied In tbo play, with costumes adding the finishing touches. Lack of space forbids mention of Individuals and acts, but those who missed It, have reason for regret. This entertainment was given for tho benefit of tho Presbyterian church and igross receipts amounted to U14.S0. late you, Doctor. Sunday school is on tho wano on account of sickness and other minor causes. Wo should do better than that this lovely weather. Pannlo and Valora Arrlng-to- n took dinner with Mrs. Walter Crostlc, Tuesday. They are both of the Harmony neighborhood. Misses Brother Walker preached a good sermon the last appointment day and went homo with Mr. Jeff Davis and family and enjoyed a good dinner. SUFFERING anteed for 10 years, and all attach ments, beautifully finished, only $15. Homo Furnishing Co. Walter Bowling spent tho first of the week with Hickman friends. It Is reported that Walter Is to bo mar ried soon to a Hickman lady. Capt. Ityan took tho Steamer Mcn gel Hoi Co., to Cairo Monday to get a bnrgo of machinery for tho Mongol Ilox Co., to bo Installed at Ashport. ONEJEAR Cured Lydia E. Pink-Ha- m sVcgetable Compound by NOTICE! Account and YOUR are now due. Will appreciate an early settlement of same. Yours truly, HICKMAN HDW. CO. (INCORPORATED.) "afgftablo . Col. C. C. Mcngel nnd Robert Schllecher, of tho Mongol llox Co., Comnonmi has mado Louisville, woro hero this week, mo a won woman, of tho guests of C. L. Walker and wife. and I would like to tell thewholo world of It I miff e red The Standard Oil Co., NOTICE: fromfemaletroublo will hereafter dollver coal oil and nnd fearful nalnsln my back. I had tho gasollno on Monday, Wednesday and best doctors nnd Friday only. Phono 81. Moso Bar- tlipy all decided VolL AconL 12tt that I had a tumor ill nililltlun in mv LOST: In Hickman Tuesday, small female trouble, ana K, advised an opera-- tau leather card case. Initials T. K. on Inside, also contained two card stable Compound mado of "V. Burns." Finder return to w,nan and I havo no more this office. Comimund After a severe spell of grip wo aro again permitted to resume our duty as correspondent. Everybody wants Those taking part were: Allison Tyler, Ford Maddox, Oco to know "what has become of Rush Harris, A. E. Owens, Mitchell Wright, Cree'k." We are here to stay until F. S. Mooro, C. P. Shumate, Ferd tho next time. Bercndes, Baltzer Dodds, J. W. ltoney W. C. Iteed, John T. Dillon, Gus AlexCLUBBING RATES.. ander, Edgar Naylor, Mrs. Carl St The Hickman CourIer.and-the- j Schmidt, Miss Dottle Davidson, Miss ) Wilson, Mrs. E. B. Prather, Louis Mnbel fl.GO Miss Bettlo DoBow, Mrs, L. P. Elli- Both one year for son, Misses Hazel Johnson, Blrdlo Tbo Hickman Courier and Uio St. May Hlce, Loto Cavltt, Cecil Barnes, Louis Republic both ..$1.40 Ethel Naylor, Iluth Ellison, Edna ono year for Carpenter, Leah Barry, Nell Bondu-ran- t, The Hickman Courier and Mem(Weekly), Lois Bartlett, Blanche Helm, phis Commercial-Appea- l $1.25 Iluth Walker, Virginia Prather, Loulso both ono year for Atwood, Lillian Johnston nnd Mr, D. Tho Hickman Courier and tho St. B. Wllsou. Loula and Memphis Commercial-Appea- l O threo papers all $1.75 ono year for Let us furnish your homo cash or The Hickman Courier and Rural credit. Home Pur. Co. Route Dally Republic, (to parties ou FOR SALE: Good borso and bug- rural routes). A dally paper and a weekly paper, both ono year for only gy. Mrs. S. D. Luten. Globo-Democr(twlco-a-week(twlco-a-week), Globe-Democr- iffiubh has done for ul!1t Tecelved tho fiAf ff'cino Cotnpany of ivnn, V?r Ljlta Flavin Murtln aud Quy Bobbins, of Mayfleld, wero horo Tuesday. Mr. Bobbins placed his machlno at tho disposal of tho Taft committee to bo used In tho parade. in 11 o from PS. i ft1',",1 mIok,,,am Jt 12 FOB SALE: A smnll farm, ono town, all In cultivation; from. roots and herbs, u flno ono for truck farming. Will c theia obstinate dial bo sold on easy (onus. All necessary 'Improvements. This office. 8 Com-WtaD.r- f8 yd a doubtlhafc Vegetable l,f cfte?o?eryratl0n fc1'1.1;'''"''". f f Mng up to wrl k'r for2 il.ih,(''kS,.M,,,e, Inn.MaH., her M'Wfre Uuu,tk Our mailing clerk took off u number of names of subscribers thU week whoso time has expired. When you borrow this weok'B pupur, romember that It will not como again until you pay up. Wo do not forco the Courier on anyone, s Don't fall to seo tho Taft views Tho Hickman Courier and Woman'j at Helm & Ellison's drug store. National Dally, both oue year for Gin. O. O. Howard, tho last of only Tho Hickman Courier and Woman's tho Union Commanders, died at BurFarm Journal, both ono year for only lington. Vt., aged 7!) yeurs. $.1C The young folks enjoyed a danco O given nt tho homo of 11. Buchanan and wife, Wednesday night. Tho Ladles of tho Embroldc-- y Club wore entertained Friday aftornoou by See our lino of Pall and Winter g Mrs. C L. Walker. Miss LIzilo samples tho largest line we have and Mrs. Lizzie Lowe were visever bad. Schmidt, the Tailor. itors. An excellent salad courso was Three months subscription to tho sorved. Courier will cost you only 25c. Try Tho ladles of tho Presbyterian It threo months, if you aro not alchurch deslro to thank all thoso who ready taking It. assisted lit tho home talent producGeo. Wiseman dressed a 91 pound tion, "Jayvlllo Junction." bluo cat fish for a local restaurant Have Schmidt to clean pad presa Tuesday. It was tho largest fish that last winter's suit. caught heru this year, 5 Am-bor- $2.C0 WST TO BE HEARD FOR MR. TAFT TO EXPLAIN THE CLEVER GIRL on the HT finn HCNCEFOflTH WILL TAKE PROPER PLACE IN POLITICS. President Admits Thst Wool Inter et,ts Dominate Party, but Why Is It Thus? Mr. TafC has inado It clear that the wool men had thn vole In congress bill, lift to defeat the made It equally elenr that they irmtld hnvo defeated the 'bill reported from either committee" If the wool schedHi ule had been changed or lowered has admitted that It nn better to pass a bill which did not meet hi In lerpretntlon of tho platform pledge and was. In effect, n repudiation of the platform promises, than lo havo re fused to let the wool men bare their way Where did the wool vncrt get such s grip on thn Republican party? How did they gain such n hold that failure to ncredo to their will would have defeated the party program tn Its Obviously tho majority of representatives and senators were more loyal tn the wool Interests than to tho party. No other Interpretation of tho president's language Is possible. It was plainly wool first nnd the platform afterwards. It Is probable Mr. Taft will make other speeches In which he will elucidate other mysteries of tariff legislation. Ho should not fall to explain this one to an anxious people who have heard from him that party Is more Important than tho Inhibitions of consciences. Ho must explain how It was that the wool Interests were cocksure that the wool schedule would not be touched. Ho must explain their settlement of tho schedule before the Republican convention. He must brush away tho testimony that their contribution to tho campaign fund was tho price ot nn untouched schedule. If party solidarity Is to be obtained only with tho consent of the wool Interests, Is It so Pnyno-Aldrlch ? soil-darlt- ii Lacked Confidence in the Weather Man thi-l-r Most Intensely National' 3eton of tha Country Means to HvV Posito. tion Commensurate Its Worth .'. """S 6er f..i. "Ob, stop. Ale, 111 rou n penny Allco Atopp. ,1 ). .,nn answer: f ttoeii mckui! noohov Patlenm a'!" .. r T.nc,' A'lcs w. ..... - 'trj ri.. :? r ,r,u ftw jfy. yet There la WASHINGTON. trust In tho not weather bureau that should exist, and If this were not true the loss In the recent Went India hurricane, which came on schedule time, would have been much less. Ports In tho storm district were warned of tho approaching disturbances, and vessels In tho extreme south Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico ports received advices to remain In harbor. The storm apparently had Its Incep-- , Hon near the middle Islands of the Icsser Antilles, and moved thence westward over the Caribbean sea. In accordanco with tho weather bureau warning much of the shipping wns placed In safe harbor and not Injured at all. The loss of life would havo been much less In nil probability had not tho people who were warned disdained to heed the warning. e Thcro are really a lot of right people who believe that tho weather bureau Is something to laugh at and havo fun over. And thero are a lot of other people, notably lTnlted States senators, who while In Washington direct all the operations on sen-rlbl- United States representatives In congress have many of them much of their wealth In rattle, hogs, sheep ot .horses. A billiard means untold loss to them. It tho weather Indications ot that special locality nre forbad weather, the herds nro rounded up, where thoy may be cared for Indefinitely In caso tho storm breaks. Indeed, although not perfect by any means, the weather bureau prognostications havo saved tho people of the country millions ot dollars a year, and would savo them yet other millions II, tho pcoplo would but heed tho warning. It Is a common thing to say: "What does tho morning paper say? Rain? Well, I will put my umbrella away. No rain Jnst the same, flvo out of seven times the , rain comes. ing senators and representatives studying tho weather bureau maps. If tho reports of tho weather from tlio section In which thoy live show that rnln Is Impending In harvest time, a largo fnrco Is ordered to work, by wire, and the mnnagcr told to hustle. If hay Is to bo cut and tho wenthet bureau reports say "storm," the hay Is not cut, but by wire tho mnnagcr ot the farm or ranch Is ordered to hold tho "hands" for nn emergency call In enso tho weather Indications art brighten Particularly la tho weathct mnp studied In tho winter by western ranch owners. bo-gi- n er larins and ranches by tho weathbureau reports. Knrly In tho morn- Liquor Men to Reform Their Business No liquor U to bo sold to n female over tho bars, nor In private upstairs rooms or hallways, objectionable characters or language around saloons will be placed under tho ban. Men known to bo habitual drinkers or those In any way under the Influence ot liquor will be refused. Well, now, you know, all this might have been written by the W. C. T. U, and certainly it Is a vindication of the bard work they havo been doing .for the betterment of large cities. To stop tho "rushing of the growl' er" and the serving of liquor to women will go n long way toward that reform which all good, people havo long desired. There Is to be nn absolute) closing of all saloons from Saturday night until opening time the next Monday morning. Members of the association In running will aid the authorities down "speak-easlesand thS bogut public-spirite- THE world do more. Tho liquor deaV of Washington nre engaged In a reform ns Is a reform, say what you will or may. They propose to have liquor vended In tho national capital In a perfectly ladylike way, nnd It please you tho Retail Liquor Dealers' association is at the head ot the re- form. Among the Important features suggested as the futuro policy of the lie-for- Liquor Dealers' association aro the strict observ. nee of tho regulations now In fore? by the excise bond, the partial elimination of tho "grovl-er,- " nothing to be sold In this form to wagon drivers or Other passers-by- r the doing away with the free lunch, except a screened bowr of cheese and crackers, the free lunch being an unwarranted competition to regularly-license- d restaurants and cafes and at the same time calculated to be Insanitary and a means ot transmitting disease; the discontinuance ot "cut prices" and brazen competition; the doing away with large signs, and the removal of all kegs piled up In front of saloons as an advertisement of the volume of business being done. members of the- - association conferences rwlth MaJ. Sylvester, superintendent of police, and for tho first time In the history of the capital tho authorities nnd liquor dealers are working hand In hand to suppress tho evil saloons. As a rule the capital's saloons are well regulated, but In the lower' class' districts there have been complaints and it is these that tho association wishes to wipe, out. The association Is backed by ample funds to carry out the reform at which It alms and MaJ. Sylvester Is glad to get Us aid. clubs. Tho hare held several Senators May Keep Themselves Clean floored and wainscoted with 1M purest of white stone. Into sections of this room have been fitted tho baths, shower baths, Turkish baths, needle baths and other facilities for cleanliness which Invite nnd even entice. Marble rooms, bound round with gilded steam pipes, beckon while tha senatorial waistcoat and modest neck-tlnre hung up on solid metal hooks fastened In nrnrbla walls. In the rubbing rooms are two great murblo slabs, supported upon handsomely carved bases. These are wide enough,. to accommodate tho ample form of Senator Hoyburn of Idaho, long enough for the tall Shlvely of Indiana, and bounded around by a forbidding ridge, which will keep from accidental fall the small and rotund form of Chnmborlain of Oregon. It Is not to bo charged becnuso tho elaborate bathing facilities aro provided in tho senate ofllce building that senators have not bathed before. Two plain tubs off tho room where senators are shnven and trimmed at tho expense of tho government wero available, to senators or guests whom they desired to entertain, but thoy o cember begrimed and perspiring senators emerging from the toll and dust ot tho senate chamber will no longer be forced to hurry home to "wash up" for dinner. Instead they will hide their dcsheveled appearance in dark corridors and slip stealthily through the dusky subway to tho $4,000,000 ofllce building. Here baths, which rival those of millionaires' homes, are ready for tho members of tho upper branch. In order to encourago tho senators In tho cleanliness which tends to purity, tho baths were made to exceed in elegance anything found In a senatorial home. A large room was set apart on the first floor ot tbd building, marblo wero seldom used. g WHUN congress convenes in In the first Monday De- Football Star Can Kick Money Bags Now Clung liar, been obliged to make Now Haven his temporary residence, but his home Is In Knoxvlllo, Tenu. Besides doing Important work in connection with the finances of Yalo. Mr. McClung has had other valuablo experiences In flnanclnl matters, having Mr. McClung was probably one, bf tbo greatest halt backs lit collogo football, team of ,1891, haa.bein selected ball, playing on. tho Yalo team at tho by Piosldem Taft to 'succeed Ohaxles sama time as tho fatuous IfehTeKlngor. II. Treat fn treasure of; the. United It was largely duo to the work of McStates. Mr. McClung. wh2;jls trea- Clung nnd Ileffolflnger that Yalo wont surer of Ya'o 'university, lookup his through the entires season ot ityl ithout. belug once scored, acaluxt by sork In Washington November i. Through his work at Yalo .Mr. Mc a rival team. .McQLUNQ, who played half LHK on, tho Invjnclble. Vale foot- been connected with tho Southern railway for a time and also other enterprises In his iistivo state. "When my llttlo boy was two and a half months old ho broko out on both cheeks with fcxe ma. It was the Itchy, vwivoilUUll watery kind and wo had to keep his little hand wrappod up all tho time, and If ho would happen to get them uncovered he would claw his face till the blood streamed down on his clothV.,... f".llPf lei ing. Wo called In a physician atonco, but he gave an ointment which was so levrre that my babo would scream A when It was rut on. Wn changed doctors and medlclno until wo bod spont fifty dollars or mora and baby was getting worse I was so wore out politics. watching and caring for him night and riGOYRUPU. Tho Democracy of tho south dom day that I almost felt sure tho disease lnntes the Democracy ot tho west was Incurable. Ilut finally reading ot Tho Republicanism of tho cast dom tho good results of the Cutlcura Remof lnntes the Itopubllcanlstn tho edies. I determined to try them. I west. The country has Just witnessed can truthfully say I was moro than The tho remarkable spectnelo of a major surprised, for I bought only a dollar Ity ot western congressmen nnd senaImportant as Mr. Taft and a hairs worth ot tho Cutlcura tors following the lead ot New Knc would have us believe? Remedies (Cutlcura Soap, Ointment land, more particularly the dictation and Pills), nnd they did inoro good Iban of Aldrlch ot llhodu Island, on roll Laborer's Choice of Meats. all my doctor' medicines I had tried, call after roll call In the tariff sqjwlon Een If Secretary Wilson does say and In fact entirely cured him. His of congress, nnd In defiance not only that the average laborer of today Is face Is perfectly clear of the least of the national ptntform of the living better than Queen Kllzabeth spot or scar ot anything. Mrs. W. M. party, but of a tariff plank lived In her day, what of It? Tho as- t'omcrcr, llurnt Cabins, Pa., ScpL 1G, that the west forced Into thntvpl.it-for- sertion Is only partly true, at tho 130S." and also In detlanco of thn best, and a a representation of tAUt Vnt k Chtm. Cars. Put Tnit, and pledges of a president whose financial ami social advantages of the the nomination wns compelled by the laborer in this day which Is the day Why Not? west. In which the laborer Is living It Is Aunt Splnsterly I hope that your Tho nomination and election of j entirely- fallacious nnd misleading. If opinions uphold tho dignity ot your sx, Mamie, and that you bellovo that President Taft was a western achieve- Queen Klliabeth were living ment, and It was an achievement ho would not be living as the la- every woman should havo n vote. Mamie 1 don't go quite so far as based on the avowed tariff reform borer of lives, and that Is tho policies of the president. In no other Important thing. Mr. Wilson com on that, aunties; but I believe that every Is a low pn. r J ' m presidential contest did the west play to say that most of tho laborer la woman should havo a voter. Sketch. Umpi tint cut tviL :e .1 ra a M such a potential If thin vlrtnrv Washington and Incidentally all over Ambiguous. had been followed by absolute loyalty! tho east cot meat three times a day, better lamp raiJa t : f e It Harold What did she say when on mo part of all western representaare not content with any but the best it nudo upon sc j tives In congress, the rightful result cuts, and can afford them. If the sec- )ou turned out the gas and kissed nor? Thero ii ivlt,irg la L j nul.tj Rupert Said she felt as If she never retary will walk through tho markets of that nomination and election would that can add to Ike raog cf lit wanted have been accomplished. That re- of Washington ho wilt discover that delphia to seo my face again. PhilaRecord. sult would not have been the substitu- tho Inferior cuts, ore disYO tion ot n now sectional tariff for au played in great abundance. Who buys old sectlonnl tariff, but a national!!-Hothem? Somebody; or the traders Fop Hesdseho Try Hicks Cspudln. livery dealer ever? e l'edit Wh0)r from Rtemnch er of tho tariff. Tho woat Is not would not havo them for sale. Hardly Ntrvoua iroutlr.CoM, she ar nrwitlly tha )our, write f r des - ; - cr.tljf seeking to securo any advantage over the residents of Ditpont circle, and rvlfcvnt by Cnpudln. It' IJnuld-ptM-r i. f t'.e to the nearrsl Kttx-to ImiucdlaUly. 10, a any other section of tho country, but only to n limited extent tho steward sod tCo tak Drue atom. st to securo its own, and to relievo the of tho New Wlllard hotel. Perhaps The serot of success In llfo Is for a STANDARD OIL COMPANY people of all sections of the gross, im- the secretary of tho agricultural depart-mon- t (iMorporil!) moral and burdensome abuses that nnd tho forces under his com- man to bo ready for his opportunity have grown out of tho tariff system. mand; but we suspect that he would when It comes. Disraeli. laborers of Washington purchasFor tho present tho great west has find largely rf rift't ttwnl tVlM nro vtptlon. ing of the relatively cheap rbnftllpathrii U Ih ot a program of Its own. It Is going to Sttt touh. cuts So everywhere. The laborers. It naM ftft4 fua curs ts uimm. do some house cleaning. w It has dem- In 31 I K!U.lrr' spite of tho honorable secretary of Don't get rusty and you won't onstrated that Its people can make agriculture, cannot afford to buy tho squeak. UTTUtNllll. imiii inifinllltal themselves heard In party nomina- expensive meats and eat them three tions and nntlonal elections. Now It day. Why should he Inflict Is going to demonstrate that It can times a securo consistent obedience nnd rep- such nonsense on the people? New resentation nt tho hands of Its con- Ilcdford Standard. gressmen and senators. It U not Thirteenth-Hou- r Defenders. going to consent longer to tho control 'Tariff revision upward" I a foolof national legislation frdm the little state of Ithode Island. Kansas City ish phrase. "Tariff revision down10 ward" is hardly less of nn absurdity, 3tar. though It was forced Into use by the M tlWII rascally behavior of congress In reJUUI lVM .VW... War on "Hon. Combine." nr , nlnn rnnffl ic en IV. VUU Ul purposo ot tho special versing The "progressives" In 'the Repub- session. the " liuvciicui uiuuuiii iv i lican party have the full support of Nobody on earth thought ucgicc you uuiivi i their constituents for tho course which possibility of adding "upward" ot the to the you have a they pursued In tho tariff debate. was promised In the Senator Cummins' return to Iowa par- "revision" that Republican platform. Even tho fattook of tho nature of a triumphal' progress. In fact, the war against Al- tened manufacturers, who hoped to evndo Just revision In tbo general drlch and Cannon has only Juat be- overhaul, never suspected that regun, and It gains force and Impetus oil along tho line. If this should in- gion meant addition. No man who defends tho volve certain aspects of sectionalism, atrocity now would have dared, (Equlppod with Smokeloss Device) tho reply Is that this Is compelled bb campaign, to say tbnt rea defense agalpst the greed of the In the Taft . vising the tariff might rosult In slightavaiiauic. i lucu mi. m New Kngland "hog combine." Now ly augmenting tho tariff tax; or even cold Is most annoylnc strike i mun England hns In the present congress LJ that It might result In so small an alsix senators and 28 representatives, rio tuss no nurry no smell nnu, jvdovo an, uu i teration, either way, that "exports" and they act together as a unit, not wrangle over whether n frac- thoittrh'vou turn the wick ns liiuh ns it will CO. only on the tariff, but on all other im- could fracor I o temncrature runs utv ntncklv. In ten minut" portant Issues. Tholr Influence has tional general reduction was aaccomtional general advanco sized room clows with chcor and comfort that Kcrli" tal v ' been exerted almost Invariably with plished. the heat that is smokeless nnd odorloss. tho reactionaries, and they have fulNo man who did not say It then has filled tho function of a congressional n right to respectful attention It ho Device "flying wedge." Ilut tho center of says It now. population Is shifting, and after the , wjiicn automatically locks nnd absolutely prevents &. coming census tho relative power of , Wages and the Tariff. the wick out of tho smoke zone, is on tho I'erfccti n t rlv, the "hog combine" will bo sensibly -M -' The solid bran font holds four quarts, which gives The false preteiiso that tho moweakened. San I'runclsco Call, n nn iiniirn nopoly tariff In this country Is l'lamo burns . from side of wick lmt?ad of from 1.inn tIn order that tho American , .. . . i . .. .. ...... . . .i i .i Taft 8tands with Aldrlch. , . . mny bo better paid thnn ....t.. n -- worklnr.uian Aluminum metal window frames that heal cannei uh People of tho west no longer aro the "pauper" laborer of Kuropo Is dls left In doubt where President Taft credited by tho fact that In tree trade finith. Various stylos and fmithes. r :" "c Kry Iaitr Cit If Km At Yourt, Writ for ny-Vstands on tho tariff question. Ills at- Kngland wages aro higher nnd cost ot lo Ik NtarvM Agtm'jr of lbs titude Is that of Nolsou W. Aldrlch living lower than In any other counof the .Massachusetts mill owner, nnd try of Europe. STANDARD OIL COMPANY of tho trust millionaires who havo It Is not by accident that In free piled up huge fortunes through Iniqui- trade Knglnnd wages nre somo 20 per tous taxatlou ot the necessities of cent, higher and cost of living about their fellow mon. tho tame prcccnlngc less than In high "Tho tariff bill Is the best tho Re- protection Oermnny. Tho difference When You're Hoarse Use ITn-S- et publican party has over passed," Is du'iTtu economic causes, chief ot declares President Taft. In addition which Is tho tariff In tho two counbe tacitly scores Republican senators tries. - MCP and congressmen who voted against The protected Amarfcan mnnufac -. . tho bill and ussorts that further revi- tttrer pays his operatives no more mmfM.' ia r m lis i si i a 1 - lui Vli" sion of the turift at tbls llmo is not1 thuii tho labor market compels him vnodoa worst you to to thought of. , to pay. And in proportion as tho wage InAhls country Is higher monc' j& tkart'ln Europe tho JHghtOnly Just Begun. tariff Increases tho Gives immediate relief. Tim fittt .1. iimvcm What tho Alfterlonns demand they, cost" of everything that thu American dose relieves your aching throat and -- wiwiouk r liver must buy. The jurlff will have, They aro betrayed In tho worklngman allays the irritation. Guaranteed to thorn. Puyno tariff, hut Iho fight for right with buo hand takes from thu Atnorl-cacontain no opiates. Very palatable. worklngmaii everything It given I .VrtlKl? turift Is only Just begun.- - St Louis AU DniiUU, asc lilni with tho other Republic. The great w,osl has chntiKodrits political mood. It Is n prouifomnln In fact. It has tho name of, being somewhat boastful. It Is happyMn lis vast material possessions. It tins a Just prldo In Its rapid development I Its great farms nnd ranches. Its enor ' mous crops nnd herds, Its growing cities, Its wealth, Its standards of living. It Is not nfrnlil to compare Us state nnd municipal governments with those ot other sections. It envies no other section, no other country, Ps view Is broad nnd Intelligent. The ties of blood nnd tho bonds of business nnd social Intercourses hnvo kept It Informed as to tho progress of tho cast. Hy virtue of geographical position, the established order of trade, the maintained connections with the older parts of tho country and the attachments of consanguinity, tho west Is tho most Intensely national section of the country. Yet this great productive, potential region, growing In material wealth and In commercial and Industrial power, the granary of tho nation and tho reliance of the world for bread, has held a subservient position In national right? "Your father ordered somo wood from me this mornltifr, miss. Do you know whether ho wants hard or soft?" "Oh- -r not loo hard." can hvm to ourselves and to ul -- ttlmt li,fk ht ' Irtr tun BABY'S WATERY ECZEMA. Itched and Scratched Until Blood Ran 50 Spent on Useless Treatments Disease Seemed Incurable. Cured by Cutlcura for 11.30. i uti nit', miiirrio - ..I .V ... L UOS6Ccj)ttU(Xw " (5cnf. rtine CALIFORNIA Iteyb LAM tost-tlo- - y 1 n.-i- L L RA j,-- ltt. at-?- snt e i.j tr A-Ill- halftones II nave nea 11 rirnnornr io ",-- Pnyno-Aldrlc- h PF.ttFFir.TIO Oil Heater Automatic Smokeless main-tulnc- i T -a t- rwa. PIS a s v iv. n WSSiasfc!MMISSla Sent A Ono of tho most Interesting land opcningi of rcccn years will occur CW November lit, 1009. In tho Spur Farm i Tontxs ui many i dv Lands In Dickens, Kent, Crosby nnd ri.it on inicroBiiHB (larza Counties, Texas tho body Including in total 673 square miles, nnd will bo sold In quarter sections or more; tho slzo of tract giving It nn try tliln plan At n lareo mcotlnB ol Importance ranking with many Govi Tnmo Party, a eollcKo fraternity, tho clialnnnn ol ernment land openings, and tho ex. . - r.n'.n nnrtr" I'xemlmca guarantees early purchaser : v.nn to whom wo Ml tho toclnl committee requested each tent ranga for selection Hint theyr'.th can wliort It ono who waa to bo presented to aeml wlda I ccnsntlonn , as her tho name In full. Thero weri securo exactly tho farm desired,soil, of land nnd character nearly CO people preaont and then to lay Is generally deep rich ofsandy I'1- -- .Ill" which '.. wero tally enrda tied with tho fralernl or chocolato loam with clay subsoil. .1.1. Ilm. K ty colora, each liavlnc n laro number. This body Is all under one owner(.'. j L 'ih nm nboul ,0 will bo tho KiV u . 'srdly ccms pnsslblo On tho rererso aide of tho cards Rlvea ship and to the sold directly from that , homescoker flo ,.,Avn. tho mon wero tho namea of tlm Rtrlf owners ,I II ml""". ll tho purchaser gets full vnluo In every present nnd tho Rlrls- t. i h'iuh rnmnrk Wfiril names of tho men. The cards hnd thi ncro ho purchnsea. Tho plan of snlc acllnR liostcsi of now farm landa usually Involves n til U0 tllO L.iritnitil thru, mn oxplalned that thero would bo nc aelllng commission expense of $3.00 to .i. I'll! ! Hep- - forranl Intnxluctlons. Hint when n mao $5.00 per ncrc. which It loaded on tho ,r tlic v or a Rlrl thouRht ho or sho had prlco tho farmer has to pay. In this r1 urn "who waa extirro Ismicd on rather the number who" the nnmo, ol Instance tho buyer Is saved this this opposlto tho name, pense, nnd gets tho benefit of nettled wlt f"' h i .irr was to bo marked. To tho ono who practical reduction In cost. ft p i u.iii Hnttirdny after-.,,,rThis new farming emplro Is nn Immade the largest number of corroct" Tha nuusjs acquaintance 4 at a prle was awarded, portant addition toIs tho agricultural lr,itiipInR coslunio wonderfully nnd If f r m trinc n brlstii. new and thero were special prizes for dis- Innd of Texas; Tho farming lands rich will nnd fertile. excited covering the fads or peculiarities ol bo told nt prices from $12.00 to $17. CO nil thin .. f rnn puesta. This la really a most Jolly per ncrc, with somo addition when lual that each and ufTcetlvo method of placlnR a near tho two towns Spur, tho termi, ,r ( c largo number of stratiRora nt their nal town In Dickens County, nnd imauv iiiaicu. ii wan ease. fourteen miles from Spur, In ,n I'l.ice with winding o down nnd Kent County r J dalci. Just the place In six annual payments, with Way to Find Partners. prlvllcgo to buyer of taking up any or Of course. It wns tho pretty little T "B " pared watslios nd wlfo of a newspaper editor who tried all bis notes at any time. Tltlo Is perfect. liincd tlmt they were this way of mating partners for a Tho best farm developing road In hour, Alt making the large I mil progressive party. Hlio took America (Tho Burlington System) It d n at mw .cry I iirni "ads." from tho Hundny paper nnd Just completing Its lino from Stamm t" tons I'l PPf- a . n an irnsted them on dainty cards, distribute ford to Spur, nnd will Inaugurate pasU) c. ! 'nc dlrciiion lie nnu mi Ing them so tbnt every "want" would senger scrvlco by November 1st, 1909. Sale of town lots will begin at private supplied. to mo icii. bo Young girl, For Instance: "Wanted sale on that day In both Spur and i !.. uiu i, not over 1C. to learn p uo- nnd on that date a new Texas T' ' ix'nny hb in i.r bookkeeping In the offlco of a wholebe born nt v( '0 jfiMruciiuni were sale house" was answered by the guest city will surrounded tho terminus. In by fertile valleys It Is 'e a thre- - inlnuto decrliv who held tho "nd." saylnR that a for Loft ik Tho flrit couplo to girl wished to learn bookkeepingyouiiR andnilrich uplands Tho miles and miles In development of directions. U,. i tic uplrallon or wo nour Choosing those "ads." cleverly re- this great country will bo auro nnd Lit) if reward nnd every mln- rapid, now that the one great need, to !o paid for in sults In u very funny tlmo before the railroad to market, has been supplied. OT' r Tio wa evening begins, or ll rate of om n inlnutp. real business of the At Spur n deep well outfit Is drilling should I any "entertainment?" To tell for nrteslan water. I- t k ins to the hoitt'iia' pet the truth, I have been to some parties A fortunato few secured holdings In lin'r fund lately that make the word "business" h ui' I "ir lat woold nar irom seem more approprlnto than anytblnR this tract on school lands twenty years ago, and liavo prospered remarkably n the prlio atorlci. It else, for tho way some women play in farming on tho then remote fro) ipe ,ir lollr hunurr party that brldgo nnd other games causes rae to ntiernow brought Into close touch i amualni; atorlPt re- lifd an J aro think Hint the ultimate end of parties, with tho market. Their farms ferllN ' h wrc read or related by. recreation nnd pleasure has been for- yearly yielding evidence of the n" around the tnulo Wfhen a gotten. Nonnduya entertaining seems tility of tho soil. There It no smoother body of land nnywherc, and this t r r h f ii'per waa crvca. l. like real work not only for the hostess guarantees concentrated settlement. TV t usrd tmall tables, acnt- - but for the guests. Wonderfully adapted to cotton (no l((o-- - i e'S'tns at each, and tho day boll weevil ever known), corn, alfalfa, iHwj.Ti 'he repast waa fred on grain, fruits, vegetables, nnd all farm Chinese Dinner Menu. ItpoM' ' .'h wn mndo a perfi-c- t What the Chinese servo at dinner products. It Is a great hog country-- no I case of cholera has ever been found c' t Jin rod decked with wild It n question often asked, so Mine. if bloom o plentl- - Mcrrl Is delighted to rIvu tho menu hero. Quick run to Fort Worth marlmir ket. rem bare to do to find served by tho Chinese Rovernracnt to Recognizing possibilities ttra'h i'f autumn clory It to co the American fleet. The menu wai and wonderful tho great Spur Farm future of I weet ar or railroad aUmt a acore will be preacrved Lands, tho Stato has decided to place printed on a fan nnd eilei into the country After iup- Interesting souvenir by an experimental Irt t, a built In tho fireplace as a most were fortunato cnouRh tc This will bo a farm station attoSpur. great benefit the those who H rindl'H lit the men imoked nnd bo guests at the strange feast at tcttlcrs In that region showing them I'jlrli dis umd winter plant. All Amoyt by nctunl demonstration on the landt It it nt.1, o clock, dellshtcd with what crops can bo most profitably t Roup. ntril raised; best methods of cultivation, inn.p party Shark's 11n and Croti no. and assisting In all tho problems of Itollol ICMGtrr hoMciU'i In aearch of a Krtr.1 Oystrrn. the farm. This decision wan reached fulir iuay bo aurc of a delightful Mu!iroiin, ami llnmboo Btioota. after a visit to the lands by Judge Ed. kxttt Id Rivlnc n party nlong then Kfirlmp Unit, It. Kone, Commissioner of Agriculture, l'rtrit Puek'n Uver anil Olblcta. and Dr. II. II. Harrington, Director of Jlollnl I lam and Clilikrn. Experiment Stations, who recognized Crabs on Blirll. their unusunl fnrmlng vnlue. An Introduction Party. Mlmel ClileWn ami Cauliflower. Tho owners of theso lnnds havo long 1J llunc Cliansr filiop fluey. To the lee nt a party, where trik dealt in Texas lands, and have earned Irull. Cake. are unknown to each other MADAM i: MKIUtl. a reputation which assures a square piuttti deal to every purchaser. All Texas knows this. It also guarantees a flno development of the lands and the towns with them. They will sell tho farmer who In ready to develop, one-haof their holdings knowing that the lands will greatly Increase In vnlue with development Tho farmer now buying will correspondingly and quickly profit on Incrcaso of his own lands, and tho owners stand shoulder to shoulder with tho homeseckcr. Anyono desiring further Information, with free Illustrated booklet, can secure samo by addressing Chas. A. Jones, manager for S. M. Swcnson & Sons, Spur, Dickens County. Texas. for the Hostess !!. ninas. REMARKABLE TEXAS OPENING LAND ACKACHE S KIDNEYACHE. Usually There Are Other Troublet to Prove It. Tain In tho back Is pain In tho In most cases, and It poInU to the need of a spe cial remedy to remove niyl euro the congestion or Inflammation of tho kidneys that Is Interfering with their kid-ncy- i, Wichita Valley Opent Up Rich Farming Landt Hitherto Withheld. The highest medical authority . on foods, Sir James Crichton Browne, LL. D. F. R. S. of London, m gives tke best reasons for eating more P .,, i t '' work and causing that pain makes you say: "Oh, my back." that Quaker Scotch Oats In nn article published in the Youth's Companion of September 33rd, 1909, Dr. Urowne, the great medical authority on foods, snys, about brain and muscle building "There i3 one kind of food that seems to me of marked value as n food to the brain nnd to the wholo body throughout (youth), and that is oatmeal. 'Oats arc the most nutritious of all the cereals, being richer in fats, organic phosphorus and lecithins." He says oatmeal is gaining o ground with the of Great Britain. He speaks of it as the mainstay of the Scottish laborer's diet and says it pro well-to-d- duces n big-bone- d, d, J Thompson Wat-- ! 1 tli-a- l , J ' kins, professional nurse, 420 N. 23rd St,, Parsons, Kan., w Bays: "For somo tlmo I was annoyed with shnrp twinges across' tho small of ray back and Irregular passages of tho kidney eccre-tionSlnco using Doan'o Kidney Pills, I am frco from these troubles." Ilomembcr the namc Doan's, Sold by all dealers. CO cents a box. Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Foster-MHbur- s. 111 Rloi-lo- childhood and adolescence h n , . nlf-h- 1, h , ' ono-flft- h bal-nnc- I ono day," she said, "ho and I Inadvertently entered n field that had a 'No Trespassing' sign nailed to a tree. "Soon a farmer appeared. " 'Trespassers In this field aro prosecuted,' ho said In a grim tone. "Dr Hale smiled blandly. At a dinner in Bar Harbor a Boston woman praised tho wit of the Into Edward Everett Halo. "Walking on tho outsklrtn of Boston The Soft Answer. mentally energetic race. His experiments prove that pood oatmeal such as Quaker Scotch Oats not only furnishes the best food for the human being, but eating it strengthens and enlarges the thyroid gland this gland is intimately connected with the nourishing processes of the body. In conclusion he says "It seems probable therefore! that the bulk and brawnincss of the Northerners (meaning the Scotch) has been in some measure due to the stimulation of the thyroid gland by oatmeal porridge in childhood." The Scotch eat Quaker Scotch Oats because it is the best of all oatmeals. . 1 d good man,' ho said. "'What aro you, thcnT' asked the amazed farmer. " 'We're Unitarians,' said Dr. Halo." Washington Star. br lonl ipplltitloni, u tinnot mrh tb dl rum portMa ol tb nr. thrr U oolf one mtj to Thrre ra dr.lnna. ind I hit It br roaitltullonil rtmmm. ImttiMM u rnwrd br n In8itnr toaditloa ol tha muroui Untac of tt l:uaUcbiin Tube. Wbfn tbu rumbling found or Itn tub li Inflimftl you hift prrtrtt brume. in4 abrn It It rntirar rlonrd. IM1. tha dm Hout mult, ind unma tha taOimmitlon tin ba Ukro ind thla tuba rntorM to lla nornuj condl Uun. hmrloc wul be dratroyrd furrrrr, ulna rura out ot Irn ira eaiurd br C'aurrb. which U notbinf but an InOirerd cundttlofi of the muroua aurUrra. We alll rtrr One llundrrd Dollar tor inr caae ol DeafnrM framed br raurrh) that rannot be curat br Uiu Uaurru Cure. Hrnd for tlrrulire. trre. r. j. chunev a Co Bold br nrurthU. tie. TiU lUU't rimllr l'UU for eoutlpaUoa. "'But wo aro not trespassers, my In Bad Fix "I had a mishap at the age of 41, which left me in bad fix," writes A!rs. Georgia Usher, of Conyers, Ga. "I was unconscious for three days, and after that I would have fainting spells, dizziness, nervousness, sick headache, heart palpitation and many strange feelings. "I suffered greatly with ailments due to the change of life and had 3 doctors, but they did no good, so 1 concluded to try Cardui. "Since faking Cardui, I am so much better and can do all my housework." Deafness Cannot Be Cured . Lh ir tim, a -- vc-- y I-- How She Knew. Tho cartoonist's wife was talking to a friend. "I Just know Fred didn't want to work at the ofUco last night," sho said. "Why, how do you know?" was asked. "Because In his sleep he said, 'Well, TAKE CARDUI C041 ' The Woman's Tonic Do not allow yourself to get into a bad fix. You might get in so bad you would find it hard to get out. Better take Cardui while there is time, while you are in moderately good health, just to conserve your strength still and keep you in tip top condition. In this way your troubles, whatever they are, will gradually grow smaller instead of larger you will be on the instead of the down and by and bye you will arrive at the north pole of perfect health. Get a bottle at your druggists' today. up-gra- de I'll stay, but I don't want to draw.' " Llpplncontt's Magazine. 1siH i N-- nh. A French Scholar. As William bent over her fair face he whispered: "Darling, if I should ask you In French If I might kiss you, what would you answer?" She, calling up her scanty knowledge of tho French language, exclaimed, "Billet doux." . Tit-Bit- IK-ll- T. For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. The bait remedy for Ortpp and Colda la Hicks Capudlne. Relieves the sehtnf and feverlshneaj. Cures the cold Headaches also. It's Liquid Effects Immediately ltt, and Wo at Drug Stores. A Ready Explanation. 'Bbbbbbbbb Pretty Blouses lf NEWTON'S PATENT GIN SAW FILER A. Ctn 1'lled In Aiiree jioura. Orer 100.000 Cotton Glna in the an uaed crop otbouth to (rln the cotton, and tbcxhare to be fllrJ one or more tlmea each acaaon. lly ualn? New-toSaw Oln FUtr.cvrrr order, In cate ot pain on the lungs Ilamllns Sinner can keep his Oln In Wizard Oil acta like a mustard plaster, and the Gin will do more work anil make a of i more effective and is so Iwtter aample tban anj other method except that it it 83.00 of Filer nnd File, - - -- -- much nicer and cleaner to use. .73 l'rtceof Kxtrn h'llca, each, - - - - "What Is the reason you were so lato in discovering the north pale I" "you "Woll,"answcred see they havo such long nights In the arctic regions that I overslept." ir TO BE GIVEN AWAY flrat-eln- nllnr-l'rlcf- FREE Devote each day to tho object then In band, and tho evening will find something done. Goethe. THH KOUHCE )! TKOUI1I.B Allen , a mmt- ha rM.hnl lMilur. It ran he Luna- Ualum auea tu the root of Tour cunsh, and (urrtiu liarwieiaauu sure. Aiaiiuruvgi.i.. Live up to tho Bible you know, and your Bible will grow. Br Mall. THE W. S. NEWTON Paid. rotae New CO., IN EAST UPLAND, TEXAS Undon. Conn. an addition to the IhrtTlng town of Upland, located near the center ot the Countjr of Uptost and Intended for the County Seat. I own Many Were In the Same Boat. According to the Saturday Evening Post, this is a Btory board with much gleo by congress during tho last days of tho Rooflovclt administration: During the recent cold spell In Didn't Stay There. Fntlicr Didn't I tell you I would whip you It I caught you In tho water again?" of land In Upton County, and It la amatterof at Importance to me that this County shall Son Yes, sir, nnd that's tho reason etcorganised be at one. In order to I hurried out when I saw you coming. Advertise, Populate and Organize 64,000 Acres UPTON COUNTY, TEXAS I am coins to Washington, a man, thlvoring and ragged, knocked at tho door of n K street bouse and said to tho lady: "I'lcase, madam, glvo mn Gomethlng to cat. I nm suffering severely from exposuro." "You must bo more specific," tho lady replied. "Aro you a member of tho sennto or of tho house?" Aids Nature The great success ol Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical in curing weak stomachs, wasted bodies, weak lungs, and obstinate and lingering coughs, Is based on the recognition ot the fundamental truth that "Golden Medical Discovery" supplies Nature with g materials, in condensed and concentrated form. With this help Nsturo supplies the necessary strength to the stomach to digest food, build up tho body and thereby throw olT lingering tho obstinate coughs. Tho "Discovery" digestive and nutritive organs in sound heclth, purifies ad enriches the blood, and nourishes tho nerves ia snort establishes sound vigorous bealtn. tissue-repairin- g, muscle-makin- GIVE AWAY In the next thirty days 1,000 LOTS IN EAST UPLAND EIgn und send me the attached coupon TODAY COUPON Mr. Ilanry M. lah7, Midland. Teias. rieaae write roe how to I7DI7I7 Hough on Itats.unbcatabloextcrmlnator Rough on Hen Lice, Nest Powder, 25c. Rough on lledbugs, I'owder or Llq'd,25c Hough on Fiona, Towder or Liquid, 24c Rough on Roacbcs,Pow'd,lGc.,L!q'd,25c. Rough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25c. Rough on Skecter8,agrccablotouso,25c. E. S. Wells. Chemist, Jersey City. N. J. Editorial Amenities, f better. It la probably better FOR Dut you aro thinking ot tho euro not tho profit, bo there's nothing "lust as dood" tor you. Say to. It year dealer otters somethlni "latt as iood," paym aVM.-.In Eft a lot iu Kaat Upland Name ... Address T lxCC Z Med- icine Simplified, 1008 pages, over 700 illustrations, newly revised Hdition, stamps, to cover cost o( mailing sent (or 21 one-ce31 stamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Unflalo, N. Y. . paper-bounnt Cloth-boun- Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, Pltin Cqgliih; or, DEFIANCE mother atarth-- a Editor Juukln or tho Sterling Bulletin has red hair. Editor Crctchcr of tho Sedgwick Pantograph has no hair price ani ontr it otince-am- e "DEFIANCE" IS 8UPERI0II QUALITY. STARCH".' package ta at all. "Mac," nsked Junkln, "how did you Iobo your hair?" "It was red nnd I pulled It out," growled Crctchcr Everybody's. roattonlr rolda, dollar' worth uf vlrtualn curing all aru-l- rtM.utuaUuu a. aauialfla, and atndrvd Ilia. At Color mot poeda brlsMsr ana taster colors than sn oilier die. One toe piekaoe colors sit fibers. Thar die In eeld ater better than am other dr. You csa oa to Die. Bltach and Mu Colors. MONROE DKUO CO. Qulnay, Bl asiraant iithout lipping tptrL Writs lor Iroo feooUet-MIllinois. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES , - tm Most any blouso maturlala may bo mnde up like these; they are, M'i'lully aulted to tuesoro or washing silks. Tho llrat baa 1ml at III f ll ft KfltllnP Ik U'lflil hum unnh ut.f at II il llllinll Ih", ,onl nutl back bln8 plain In center; tho high collar Is of too urn Urlai rilcl"Hl; ll,B I'"" collar of cmbrolderod lawn. The I ik1' nru ,on,0'ht uncommon, tucks being mado dowri outsld. "trim 9 llR,,t ,lt,lnK luww part Ih cuffr tucked throe times; tare-uut orn ; mam, to collar. Three ynrds 34 Inches wide. ThV .k rt"lu,rviI: ,rlllinie' to simulate ll sldo fattening; the seal- iUU"U Hd "u mco trilling boiug nxea on uuuer n iuck; iuu act-., Wftiitni u,ulur 1,10 c"tcr box plult that la trimmed with buttous in of ii aco nilh tho netk and sleeves. Mtu-i re,luf-,d"- : Three yards 31 Inches v.ido, two aud thrcofoyrtli Uu ' down button. I Tho wickedness of other wen wo have always In our eye, but we cast our own over our shoulder- Senecu, Mrs. VTIuelow's Roo thins; Syr on. , reducee For children teething-- aoftana the " vladcouu. Uoebotue. A fKIIUV I).VI8' rAlMCIMUlt Imiliouiualiianianr M. utaurUlcabuiil 1 'teF To the good tho world Is very good; to tho bad it Is bad. Smiles. Money talks, but It olten (alls to tell tho trutn. a.iuare Incbta or Itiut, lo print In liewapaper or on Uta- tlonrry Portrait, llulldlng, Laudacape, Htock or any """" """" " subject you Lite aelrct. Thla may paper will do the prlutlug for you. Weitirn Nsariospir Union, Little) Rock, Ark. FOR Ik I Sul Wa will mala from anj Good Photo llook or uallmonlala and nkw msrnvKiiYt rns yjojDO v aulrk rellf and cum urvt raaMt, 10 days' trvetoieul UKaV PIe ten makes laundry work a plcasuru. DEFIANCE Cold Water Starck 10 os. pkj. 09. 10a. W. N. U., MEMPHIS, NO. l! m Booauao of those ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Us "LA CREOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, Sl.oo, retail. f I No sense in running from one doctor to another! Select the best one, then stand by him. No sense cither in trying Carefully, deliber 1mf thinrt. for vour couch. iiiSc ihinrt ately select the best cough medicine, then take it. Stick to it. Ask your doctor about Aycr s uierry rcciorai ior jhrnaf nn.t limit trniihlGs. Sold for nearly seventy years. No alcohol in this cough medicine. TCAi)trCo.,Loicell.Maa. Why try this thlnff. that thins, (or your constipation? Why not stick to the good old reliable family laxative Ayer's PI1U? Aik your doctor If he approve IhU advice. One Doctor Only One Winter's Coming! Mnke your home comfort- fnco Komo day, when slio Is leaning bnrk In her favorlto rhatr slid road by local tho nnswer lo theso questions in her reach .1- .lined faro nnd drooping shoulders. "rinui 1 so .. PPIICAIln.. - Uj 'M .. tar " ... The greatest of nil pleasure Is to give pleasure to ono whom wo lovi' What Is necessary to change a house Into a home? If you know, ntteiul lo It at once. How many pooplo would lio willing lo tvrlto the secret thoughts of one day on a blackboard. Where Do You Keep Your Will and Valuable Papers) After one has exercised due prudence and 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 vault house why not store yours in our where it will be absolutely safe there is no charge for this service at fire-pro- of -- rendy trndfstrlbut- good cheer, sweet thoughts nnd len der remembrances. Aro you always Tho most sacred thing bcuoath the Cross of Christ Is tho heart of n pure woman. She Is "Cod's Inst and best gift to man." Tho world would bo happier If the people woro a little moro gonorous with their praise. There Is too much tlattery, but a word of Just appreciation would cheer tho. heart and strengthen tho hands of many n dis couraged worker In tho home. In tho school, In tho church and In tho world You mny bo broad ns Humanity In able and cheery by outfit-in- g it with bright, new furniture and fixtures. We are displaying a new and complete line of home fur nishings at our " Dear Father and Mother. ' I'm coming back to homo and you. bidden nny; Unless I'm this I've learned my lesson, served my dm rumbling . inerJw, . Since 1'vo been nwny. nnd -u is entire!, And now If I rtin only seo nest Tho dear old farm nnd homo. flamatlon i ii no i.i., . . morn ' until night, I'll work from '1 tuba reared .o With not a wish lo roam. hearing enough of olty llfo I've nlno ca es eji of tn ' And glided halts of sin; Catarrh . -- M.vu I. DOIM.. I've drank from out tho tempting eup flamed " oi us, awu That hold n snnko within. facos. Thank Cod! I've killed tho reptle, Wo will rl n.. ti- - . And thrown tho cup nway. for hi vn in riAir... . I long to bo nt homo again, Forever thero to stay!" Hall'i tars, . Thoro nous. snu thai I. "r couth,., romodlos. .. . wui iNitrA Inflamed condition i ,t N Ing of tho KU.I..1..' . LB,i . vuilll T,l. "" aT. su B 1.(1 COMMISSIONER'S W. A. Dodds, SALE. Tako Hall. Mnnllnn -0- Tl. . care in making his will, as every property Two ffig Stores Whal Do You Need ? Sewing Clocks Machines THE- HICKMAN BANK OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY. Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00 your friendliness for man. There Is nothing to loso and much to bo gain ed by greeting tho world with n smll nnd n grasp of sympathy. Uut bo sin cere. Let not so holy a thing ns tho spirit of friendship, even In Its broad er application bo desecrated by hy pocrlcy. Count yourself a friend ot all men, though but ono man bo yours. Live your lives thus generously, n word of cheer to tho discouraged, a hand held out to tho fallen! a man tie of charity to tho fellow who sins and Is caught nt It. You will bo a bigger man; you will find tho world n better plsco to live In, nnd youwlll leavo It better than you found It. Don't torment yourself about what people nro going to think about this and that action. No matter what you do or leavo undone sonic ono wilt crltlso you sovercly, and Uie best rule for getting through life with comparative comfort Is, after you havo mado up your mind as to tho propriety and ndvlsablltty of a certain course, pur buo It calmly, without paying tho slightest attention to tho criticisms o the lookers on from the outside You seo Just becauso tboy aro on tho out' side tbey can only seo tho surface It docs not matter In tho least what thoy think. If You Dressers, plain and fancy Ded Springs Cots Wall Paper Window Shades Rugs, Art Squares m Lace Curtains Carpet Paper Smoothing Irons Heating Stoves Cooks and Ranges Iron Beds "SANSPARIEL" FLOUR "CREAM OF THE WHEAT' Sold by most grocers. Every sack or barrel positively guaranteed or your money back. Nothing equal to it for fine pastry. Take no substitute. A less expensive but good flour is our high grade patent "STAR." Try it I Also corn chops, wheat bran ,etc. Children's Beds Qranlteware Blankets, Comforts Mattresses Rocking Chairs of all kinds Restaurant 8tools Children's Rockers Stove Pipe, 8tove Buckets Chlffonelrs Wood Beds Bed Springs C. H. BESHERS, (Successor to Beshers & Jackson) Princess Dressers High Chairs Window Class, all sizes Stove Repairs Trunks, all sizes Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. Plaintiff, vs. II. A. Craddock, Defendant; Kqulty. Ily vlrtuo of n Judgment nnd order ot salo ot Pulton Circuit Court, rend cred nt tho September term, there of, 1909, In tho nbovo cause, by agree ment ot tho pnrttca herein, I shall proceed to offer for salo at tho Court House door In Hickman, Ky., to tho highest bidder, at public auction, on tho 8th day of November, 1909, at 2 o'clock p. in., or there about (being County Court day), up on n credit ot six months tho follow Parts of tho S ing property, E. and S. W. Qrs. of Sec. 20, T. 1, K. 6, W. containing 1C1 acres moro or less samo being tho tract ot land known as tho Gouley plsco and ly Ing 103 polos on tho Dyorsburg Hon and oxtondlng north 1C0 poles containing 103 acres moru or less, and tho remaining f8 acre more or less ot tho tract hereby conveyed adjoins on tho west tho first described tract conveyed by D. W. DIckorson to Daisy D. Ovorby, nil lying and being In Put ton county, Kentucky, or sufficient thereof to produco tho sums ot money so ordered to bo mado. Kor tho pur chase price, tho purchaser, with ap proved security or securities, must execute lloud, bearing legal Interest from tho day of salo until paid, nnd having the forco and effect ot a Judg mont. Didders will bo prepared to comply promptly with theso terms. to-wl- t: v.,n. ' - KOIISALE On ofu. fc, 9r Iota In lllikmift ., r J. II llrrivti r, H .uul jjj. , rnmlilnofl slr.f - - j .... rcuaerw residence has about I room, t..1ftrt f monrr Call la i ico. , at it v- - .. . , HI jr"r I rr .1 1 fn ui ftl ai any point n r. . rvv. v.. uc ju ii. ... L:L.- - A See mc before lelling. r .ui 4i rv-- .. . .... .... Lm n vv u. ,f.-- in, unnuouvn i rv - . UU li t 1 Vli i r v I ii iiii nil ... V s J. K. MILNEK, Com. nvf SALE. i in - vn irnr TirriT kt - ii COMMISSIONER'S ricii a noiicv in (ce u sr MOSE BARRETT, Agent CASH or Were Your Mother. COAL! wE$sss$m COAL! wzz$$mm Now is the'time to lay in your winter's supply of COAL. Don't wait until the cold J wave flag reminds you of your negligence. at?. $4.50 Tradewater Lump Coal, - - $3.75 Bon Air Lump Coal -- - - Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam and Anthracite Coal, upon application. Hickman Ice A & Coal Co. to make tho let- INCORPORATED. M0N8TR0U8 PROPOSITION. If ho is particular Promising pardons In killing nlghtrlders, is n dangerous business. Suppose soinu fellow has had murder In his heart for one of his neighbors, but has been deterred through fear of the law. How easy It would be now for him to commit tho crime Is readily seen. IIu has but to know when tho object of his hatred will pass a certain way at night, He In wait for him, murder blm tit) a black mask over tho dead mail's Xoco leavo a partially emptied pistol In his victim's stiffening flugers, and announco that bo has killed a night-rider- ! As bo will "not need n lawyer," of courso ho will not bo requlro to stand trial; thcro will bo no opportunity for tho Commonwealth to to show that tho dead man wbb upon a peaceful mission when assassinated; no cross, examination of tho murderer to test tho truthfulness of his story can be bad. Tho assasslu can even preparo his "ovldence" lu a let-,.- r by writing tho Pillne him how apprehensive tho writer 1b 'est tho nlghtrlders get him. ter real lurid, and at the same time advance (or compliment tho Governor upon bis stand for "law and order," be may see both his lettec. and tho reply in tho public prints In a day or two. When this Is done, tho public will of courso be expecting to hear of him 'defending his homo' and 'upholding tho peoples' law," The more thoroughly this game Is worked lu ad vauco tho more plausible his story will be bo when he applies for his pardon. Tho moro one looks at the Governor's proposition tho moro dreadful It appears. Kentucky Stato Journal. O Wo have for salo In West Hickman near Mcthony'a store, a fine pleco of resldenco property. Owner has good 0 reasons for selling. It will tako to trade. Property cost moro thun this. Well Improved and will bear closo Inspection, Part time. Hickman Courlor Healty Co. Jl,-80- O 1 Drugs Hickman Drug Co. If you wero your mother-Wo- uld you llko to hnvo your atten tlon called to your double chin, al wars a sensitive topic with tho wo man who takes on flesh with years? Would you feci merry at heart when your daughter bado you stand up stalghtT Perhaps tho slight stoop of the shoulders has come from enr rylng mnny domestic burdens In the days before "Father" was as pros Derous as ho Is today. Would you llko to wash dishes threo times a day so that "Daughter" might keen uo her piano prnctlce, and then and popular songs com havo floating cut to tho kitchen Instead of bcuIch and exercises. Would you llko tho daughter who forgets to send her collars to tho laundry, her gloves to bo clonncd or her ribbons to be presented, bor row theso llttlo accessories from your own stock of carfully hoarded and neatly kept ralinent? Would you llko to be held rosponsl bio for sending Mary's suit to the tailor's. IJess' golves to tho dyer nnd father's boots to tho shocmakor, when each and ovory one of heso Indlvldu nls pass tho afore mentioned shops on their way to storo or office? Would you llko lo hear at regular Intervals how beautiful Mrs. Jones sets ber tablo nnd serves her meals alwayB with an air of Invidious com narlsonT Perhaps you know that Mrs Jones has a servant whllo you havo nono, or tho Jones girls mako pretty center pieces and look after the fern dish for their mother. Would you like to net as alarm clock for tho wholo family of grown and half grown children, and to re- eclvo groans aud grunts Instead of a cheerful, "Yes, mother." or "Thank you, dear," In return for performing this offlcoT Perhaps you would some times feel that your own day would start hotter if you might llo In bed until breakfast was ready, or that If only Mlnnlo would got up ten or fifteen minutes soonor she could flit nbout tho kitchen with you. You seo so llttlo of her since she works down town. Would you llko to havo tho photo graphs of your old ttmo friends packed uway In tho secretary drawer to mako room for tho latest slago favorites on tho narlor mantle, and tho few old fashioned oil paintings and water colors you prUo tucked into tho nttlct Would you not fool moro rag-tlm- o 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 cdny House in Western Kentucky ! Wo glvo you a cordial Invitation to mako your headquarters with us on Taft'a Day and all other days. St Louts Fur. Co. Hickman, Ky. Pulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. to itarlb vtth aga.n Tom Dillon, Jr, Plaintiff, vs. Hob i nn'i in f"iiTrr c Chambers, Kt Al., Defendant; Kqulty you majr be 1.3 Ir lly vlrtuo of a Judgment nnd order wm I if inn ot sale ot Pulton Circuit Court, rend . l i ii. miL- - -1 jurcd at the September term, thoro-1909 in tho nbovo causa, for tho of, sum ot ono hundred dollars, with Interest at tho ralo of C per cent, per annum until paid, and costs heroin, I shall precd to offer for salo at tho Court House door In Hick' man, Ky., to tho highest bidder, at public auction, on tho 8th day of November, 1909, at 2 o'clock p. in., Hkkmak, Kt or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit ot six months . n rt n LI unn. Lots tho following property, Nos. 159, 160 and 1C1, all In block 3 is shown on tho plan or map of bv the dav or wcex Kast Hickman, Pulton county, Ken loriaoic i vvuj -tucky, or sufficient thereof to pro duco tho sums ot money so ordered Reasonable Ratei to bo mado. Kor tho purchase price. tho purchaser, with approved security or aecurlttcs, must oxecuto Dond, bearing legal Interest from tho day ot salo until paid, and having tho forco and effect ot a Judgment. Didders will bo prepared to comply V X promptly with theso terms. n- n. 0 Cottage IIoIcI.m . J ft J- - R. MILNEK, Com. O COMMISSIONER'S SALE. jewing runsliihte,ttllfl other. than ever that you wanted to keep green tho memory of friends who were not captious, whose photographs and handiwork brings back the hap py dnys of your own childhood? Would you llko to bo told, when young folks are coming, that you no not bother to Ureas and put In un up pearnnce? Would you not detect the truth behind this oxeuse that your duughtera woro perhaps a bit nshain-w- l of you, or feared that their friends might bo bored by tho prosouco of u uhapernu? Would It not mnke you very huppy if some, day tho daughter who won tiers why your hands look so HI woul uilng In her manicuring set and geni ly manlcuru your work-worflugers n would It not mnko you look und fuel younger If tho pretty daughter whoso daintily waved hair you Bocret ly envy should upend un hour dross lug your hair in which tho white Is beginning to show? And would you not fuel younger happier and stronger If your daughters and sous Introduce you to their friends us a comrade rather than a household drudgo? Look Into your dear old mother's Pulton Circuit Court, Kontucky, II. A. Tyler, Plaintiff, vs. James Clark, Et Al., Defendant; Kqulty. Uy vlrtuo of a Judgtuont and order of salo ot Pulton Circuit Court, reuduted at tbo September term, thereof, 1909 In tho abovo cauao, for tho sum ot seven hundred and eight dollars (1708.00) with Interest at tho rato ot C per cent, per annum until paid, and costs herein, I shall pro ceed to offer for salo at tho Court llousu door lu Hickman, Ky., to tho highest bidder, nt public uuctlon, on tho 8th day ot November 1909, at 2 o'clock p. sn., or thereabout ) being County Court duy), upon a credit of sl months, the following described property, towlt: Vie. Lot No. 40 and tho oast 1C0 feet of Vlr. lot No. 39 as samo aro shown aud designated on tho plan or map of Kast Hickman, Ky., or sufficient thorcof to produco tho sums of money so ordered to bo mado. Kor tho purchnso prlco, tbo purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute Uond, bearing legal Interest from tho day of sal until paid, and having tho forco and effect of a Judgment. Didders will bo prepared to comply promptly with those terms. 13r a. jc-- "- . lasts lonrthia other. auy other. ismoree""" . i ...:f.,H - Vriiwwu I.,, less tnan any is easier i .. . vibrati otfcer. -- r- tlun m any oib- .. 1 ,L...,VD etitcniD"- -' is the ben LincJ CHICAGO In one. it irnir i l' J. K. MILNKll, Com. 0um FuiDiiure