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Renew promptly If yon want the paper to come to 70II after this month two- - " fi -- 3 Wn' Cnod fin.,, NOVEMBER tho Jlxlas of Your Wagon, Did Man, and WHOLE Ufa HO. Hitch Up lNSf) TOLDXE LtiilT flFr.R IN WEBTERH -THE NEW ?o.a umuuu HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, 18, 1909. EBTABLIBHED IH THE TEAR MOB LYNCHES B474. ADDITIONS. months, Ihrco now y of Hickman havo U - I. .... .... . a o v NEGRO. i tLi LLn.tot:. I I U iL II MI UK ll L B. L, fltcrt.j riswenco lor uiuisrii w ti Iibi Just finished .. rui'iui. - the Il.nry Audinon, g two more ni an cnny n Ights 'Addition was Alex names is now ,.!,, 1 r...c 9 room residence ot tlil placo. Ho wn llorii s'n I .... rjn ta Mirctiase a 101 in 1110 w- ' lnm ir.J 1!.. fint to uuiiu. now " lt,M tnBn tcu r Uicrj w,,l bo Sj erected on mis nuui I, cur. Jig 1. 1. j) 1...J1 Addition to win n(gaull:-r! I ,tt cd n-- . .... ' rlElS M.d - 10 I)l"' w. Ucow U Kd lu building a four (SRSK-Others havo iur r.s..J " U'.i a:.! will build lu a abort .eat.. 1 j U.iding Walter L. Tay. "l has contended for"ov Hickman needed tuoro " . li&f li'J Tbo activity 111 wo now proof of tho txzt u sufficient Let car a cmtuU. Tho only ro-:uilat ibis was not dono sooner liankr if men, who would bnvo It hesca b.ic, have sono cue Lrf treats of tho scarcity of I J!ti IcU ai;J the high prices on la. It i) truo that selfish Inter some to knock on 1. r;c-- it but taken as a lit 0 I ,Pri Cat ' c'-- 1 LleJUa O cury cttlieu's Interest, lci;j cr ....r..ctiy, to boost them, I: Ce (. 7 council inlght look at bile nono ot the tin Lib" l.Ocu st tb.s timu aru within tho loritj a they are, novcrthe- prop- 1 rrt cf tbc municipality, iscik -- X ibclr prosress nuu sUJ to tbo city's wealth lim ssd social Interests O KOLCOMDE Monday night, at Cairo, Anna Pclly, clerk In a dry goods stor6, was assaulted and murdered on way home. Tho body was discovered, mutilated In an nlley, next day by somo children. Her body showed signs of a despcrato struggle and of careful prop arntlon on tho pnrt of her assailant or assailants. Sho had been gagged with somo toweling, ovldontly prepared for tho occasion, nnd was choked to death. Sheriff Cupp and his bloodhounds wero sent for, and dogs from other places were secured, and they wont flvo times to a negro resi dence. Four Inmates wero arrested, ono of them a woman, who wero supposed to know something about tho matter. A negro man, Will James, who was arrested on a warrant for murdering Miss Pclly, nnd a whlto man, Henry Salzner, charged with killing his wife, were lynched In Cairo Thursday night about 8:30. Another negro who Is thought to havo been Implicated In tho Pelly murder was also In the hands of tho mob, but was rescued by tho state militia, thrco companies of which were sent to prevent a riot. Both men lynched confessed, It Is said. Tho negro was banged, hun dreds of bullets fired Into his body, which was then .torn limb from limb and the trunk burned. Tho negro confessed to killing Miss Pelly, and Implicated three others, two men and a woman. He says they kept this young woman In tho woman's house until four o'clock Tuesday morning, when ho murdered her and took her body out In tho alley. Conrifht lliu SluHwt & Mux WEDS DRESDEN LADY. FINED W. plooo at tho Mensel Ilox Kactory I inks Ago and maJo his (lira s bcsrlng tat, Vtiiif morning, lur hearing tbo evidence, it Cued tho young man (20 lk.at ucablo to pay flno, locU was placed In tho to Kru- out tho sentence. I ia bo rcai mbcred that tho blow pt4 by Wbi'aker waa nt first ltt to be fatal, as bis skull was tut tho Injured mail recov Holcooibc, who laker cn tbo bead with Lj it Katie ot to depend for our food! on our own skill with a rifle, a and wero married at the Dresden, Tenn., of the bride, in that city, Wednesday by Esq. lot of us would go hungry. Similarly, if we had to make our evening at a daughter Tucker. The struck U and and reared a marriage tho city where own clothes a lot of ois might haveto3tay at home. a charming little lady, and escape, a mate. beforo' Judgu a of J. You can get Your Thanksgiving turkey easier than with a rifle; residing near tho this to and most ot our readers to any tbo and you can easily get here say from tho Courier. is, county Miss Grubb, homo 20. 8 o'clock, I F we had Clarence Klmcs, of near this city, brldo Grubb i too place. Sho Is will mako Mr. KImes good help son Tho groom Is Klmcs H. nnd wifo of Route 1, city. Ho Is too well Known euneed logy Ho to the least, a promising young man. Is wife tho of Ed. was In Hart Schaffner & Marx all-wool - Hickman, Friday morning to visit tho parents ot Mr. Klmes. Wo aro glad to learn that they will mako this tholr homo. Congratulations. O ponle was caught IfIt NEW NICKEL PROPOSED. Icarm-- u on good 4!n hare been the United ItHMclphla. for a nronosed flvo IPitcs bearing tho bead of Ucorgo "Tton, to take tho nlaco of tho i.it tow In l circulation. lemtct be said yet whotbor tho Pn of There is good clothes; such clothes as nobody else makes; catarrh this fabrics, tion the country thanin all other and until years was fine tailoring, perfedt in 3tyle, corred: in fit; the highest type of diseases putFortogether,supposed to tho last a great many years incurable. authority doctors called it a local dlseaso, prepared the remedies, and and prescribed Stales mint clothes made. constantly falling to euro with last week, at moro sec of few be by "lt Will 11(1(11)1 thin rnln nr y bucdri'd dies havo been r f' r cc!ns never accepted, but Portrait cdn follows lh nnw Penny, Suits $20.00 to $25.00. Overcoats $ 6.50 to $25.00. Good values in medium priced suits and overcoats from $5 to $15. This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. 1 local loby cal treatment, pronounced It incurable. Science proves catarrh to bo constitutional disease and there I a actual circulation Prrjr th" head of Washington. ral pattern coins bearing It w circulated. It will bo tho first I am authorized to tako application for farm loans In Obion nnd Weakley Counties, Tonn. and In Fulton County Ky., at tho rata of 5 per cont per ' Perry, ono of tbo well known 1010. f of th Luiello neighborhood. annum UNTIL, JANUAHV 1, P'ea to Uavenden Bprlngs, Ark.. 40 per cent ot tho full cash valuo ot a farm will bo loaned. Loans ma do ria. In suma of $1,000 or moro on tracts ot laud ot FIFTY ACKKS OH MOKE I Uh tott.have your Preicrlp-tlrt- n on flvo or ten year's time, with privilege to borrower ot paying sauio after "iea quickly and ono year In full or making any bIzo Mcurately by a partial payment desired at tntorvuls of six months after tho expiration ot P?red Pharmacists ono yenr, tho Interest being stopped on partial payments made. TAKE THEM Mltgton hlmaelf refuwl in nl. wk a coin to bo used during Ho said It was a "mon-f'- " cutiat not fitting In a ro- - Smith & Amberg FARM LOANS I fore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only constitutional cur on tho is taken Internally in market. NEWS FROM 8TATE LINE. '.Too lato for last week.) 11. JA8. DRADSHAW DEAD. is.. TO O. fill's Drug Store you a M-- 0 SI'HADMN, Attoruey-at-law- , Union City, Teun. O any may 80t yoUr wunis at hour lili's (Incori Ono ot tho most accoptablo gifts ot nil though InoxpoiiBlvo Is engraved calling curds, suitable for either lady or gentleman. Kngraved pluto and 100 cards, neatly packed, $1.30 up. Thcso prices aro cobIi. Tho earlier your orders aro In, tbo bettor, Soo samples at Courlor otflco. Drug porated) store II. E3. Curlln can Bhow you 03 dif ferent cuts ot flowers, designed by Joy Floral Co., Nashville, Tenu. Jas. Hradshaw, a well known farmClark aru er ot tho Sassafras Rldgo neighborhood, died at his homo Friday, after at a lingering Illness ot White Plague. A, M. Shaw was In Union City ono Deceased was about 42 years of ago, day last week. and a brother of Coop Hradshaw, of A. J. l'rulttt was hero from Union near this city. IIo Is survived by a wife and sovornl children. City, lust Sunday. Funeral services aud burlnl took T. A. I'rather, Jr., Is spending a place at tbo Sassafras Hldgo church tow days nt tho Lake. Sunday morning at 10 a. ui. Two nice Mares. One Gelding. One Ho Is said to have been ono ot tho visMiss Luusford, of Hickman, Is leading men ot his community aud Young Mule. iting W. II. Clark aud family. Also a few farming Implements and had many friends. Kurthor particu Elder Muyer, of Nashville, preach- lars wo aro uuablo to give at this some harness. This stock will bo sold without retime. ed at Mt. llermou last Sunday. as I um going out of serve or J. 11. Moss aud wife, ot Union City, the stock business. It will pay you NOTICE. havo returned homo after a visit to to attend this sule. Salo begins at 10 relatives here. must Insist on all accounts aud a. in. Wo notes, duo us. or falling duo bo paid TEHMS Credit ot 12 months will Mrs. Swan Durrus and daughter, promptly, or they will bo put In tho bo given with approved security, with Miss Mary, uro spending tho week hands of tbo officers tor collection. Interest from date. In aroenflold, Tenu. Geo. L. White. There should bo no excuse, with the O 0. M. llrooks, ot Martin, loaded a existing high prices for corn and cot car of turkeys and geeso hero yester-da- ton. Mrs. W, A. Hlnshaw Buffered an J. F. & S. h. DODDS CO. Ho will buy another cur lu attack ot gall stone, Friday afternoon O and for a short timo life seemed very O FOH SALE: Qood team of horses, uncertain. Several physicians woro tor cash. Apply to A. S. Uarkott, In called to hor bedsldo boforo sho TAKP1NB for coughs and colds West Hlckuiau. Helm & Ellison. 25o por bottlo. II. Hrasfleld and II. tho Lake. a. doses from 10 drops to a teaspoontul. It acts directly on tho blood and mu cous surfaces ot tho system. They offer ono hundred dollars for any caso it falls to euro. Send for circulars and testimonials. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo.O. CLOSING OUT SALE. Sold by druggists, 75c. Of Live Stock Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. At my farm ono mllo north of Cayco, O on the old Dr. Luten placo, I will offer for Bale. TUESDAY, NOV. 30th, I will sell cut flowocrs that will to tho highest bidder, tho following Veep, and plants that will grow. Call described llvo stock: phono 282. Wo need your orders. CROMWELL, Jr., one of the best Postma Floral Co., Union City, Tenn. bred and finest saddle stallions In the state. Two Jacks, as good as can be found anywhere, and splendid breeders. It For Sale ! Workingmoa's Lots by-bi- G. B. Bond's Addition to West Hickman The pest beet located and Chea- propert you can buy. Will make EASY TERMS. Lots sold to WHITE PEOPLE ONLY. See me at the Oil Mill. G. B. Bond. dHOT Ul THK TOWN. Tnns-iiB.- .. THE HICKMAN COURIER Csvtrs Westers Kentucky Llks th Dsw" W. 0. BPEKR and BETWEEN (Copjrrta-lit, TWO EVILS STATE HAPPENINGS aiasaMSkssBsBBsnMriSisBM IK) Citizens of Jacktsn, In the Cstirii e an Hour, Fire ;,Mt Shets. Jnckson. Ky ZUO BlflCA f -- r Ji 0. SEXTON", Kdltora and Proprietor. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IS alDTAXCB. postofflca Entered at ths Hickman, Kentucky, mall matter. as second-clas- s GIGANTIC COAL MERGER $131,000,00 INVOLVED IN THE CONSOLIDATION. Ntw' Combine Will Control Eight Per Cent of tho Output of Soit Coal.' Memphis, Tenn. Within several years at the most, providing present plans do not miscarry, a magnificent memorial building to serve as a Confederate museum and headquarters for patriotic spirited associations will be erected in this city. In it will bo stored for public convenience the thousands of relics of the great struggle between the North and South. At the final session of the executive COTTON AGAIN AT 15 CENTS council of the United Sons of Confede rate Veterans held Tuesday afternoon at Rscalpts at All Towna Show a Montgomery, Ala., it was decided to esFallincr Off. tablish the permanent headquarters of Memphis, Tenn. The cotton market the sous in Memphis, and to bestow upon ,has practically completed the process ol X. Ik Forrest, Jr., the office of Itself upon tho basis that adjutant. prevailed before the tatc break. MidInvitations will be extended to the idling in Memphis is quoted again at IS United Confederate Veterans, tho Moth (cents, while March cotton in New York ers of the Confederacy, the United .sold at 15.10, and January 14.93. From Daughters of the Confederacy, the drum 'these top levels there was a recession oi and fife corps, as well as a 13 points, but net gains for Wednesday similar organizations, asking them to SO points on active options, iwerc with the X. 11. Forrest Camp Throughout the toco was steady and in their mammoth undertaking. th suddenness of the recovery secmef in, no way to militate against its maintenance or stability. This was highly re HOLDS BETTING NOT CRIME assuring to the entire trade, and barring . reactions of more or less consequence, New York Court of Appeals Affirms which may be expected from the Judge Qaynor'a Decision. lcVsl, It is felt that the way is again Albiny. N. is a crime only clear and that the muiket will sell much when accompanied by a record, registry higher than before. From the figures in hand it would or the use of somo part of the paraphseem that the falling off in' receipts' this ernalia of professional gamblers, accord week will be impreuiv when the totals ing to a decision handed down by the are In Friday night, and such decreass court of.appeals. In effctt the decision as may bo shown Is )elie,ed to bo but holds that oral betting docs not con the beginning of the process which will stitute bookmaklng In violation of the anti-mctrack gambling taws cro long establish beyond peradventure of doubt that tho crop is a very small recommended by Gov. Hughe. In holding that the laying of odds one. alone does not constitute a crime, Judge Halght says. TAFT ENDS 13,000 MILE TRIP "If a man should toiler, to. bet the ladles i of his party a palr'of gloves lo a" box of Made Last Speech in Capital of the candy, it would bo the laying of, odds and publishing tlie same. To hold him Confederacy. Washington. 'With his arrival In to be a bookmaker would, In ray judg Washington the President completed a ment, be a departure from the rule which journey of 12.7J9 miles, extending over gives to the terms of the statute their a period of 57 days. During that time, ordinary and accepted meaning, and the trip extending from lloston to tin would be a construction which was not Pacific coast and buck again by way ol within tho contemplation of the legiskv the bouth to Washington, the President lure." crossed 31 states and territories, visiting 76 cities, not to mention as many COTTON UP S3 PER BALE more towns, in which short stops wer brief speeches delivered from made and Bulla Large Buyers South Would the car platform. He made, In round numbeis, 230 Not Sell at Decline. epeeches, attended at least SO .banquet, Memphis, Tenn. In an active and as well as many, breakfasts and lunch- steady market, unattended by exciteeons. ment, cotton prices advanced 00 points During tho Journey lie left United Tuesday, or 13 per bale. On the pre Elates territory for a brief period and ceding day values dropped below 14 rents met and dined with President Diaz of for some options and were 125 points Mexico. He went down Into a copper under the high prices of last week. On mine, climbed down a mountain trail, the rise January sold at 14.CS and March partleijiated on horseback in a cattle at 14.79. round-up- , sailel down the Mississippi, The bull party in New York, of which rambled through the Yoscmlte valley and Patten is commonly reputed the leader, the Grand Canyon of the Colorado, saw were buyers. The Wall street the Seattle exposition, visited an crowd bought some, and those who had Indian village In the New Mexican sold it thinking the market was going desert, and saw the rebuilt city of San still low.r bought to stay further buses. Francisco. It las been tho opinion of many in the trade that the declines of last week STARVATION WINS. uud Monday of this week were forced. The advance of the day brought out Street Spcakinz Convicts Agree to Take again the bullish Influences eclipsed by Food. the decline, and the Indicated shortage Seventeen street of the present crops was a leading influSpokane, Wash. apeakers of the Industrial WnrWrs of ence. On I ho break tho farmers of the the World, weakened by a week's fust-In- South and other holders of the actual abandoned the "starvation strike" cotton refused to sell and this turned at and wero taken to the hospital ward of tention anew to the strength of the the Jail and fed. More than 100 of the staple on its merits. prisoners persist In the "starvation Peary Won't Go South. strike." Somo of these are too weak to land, and still refuse to eat until the Washington. While reiterating his "bread and water" rule is rescinded, ofUvcpresstd belief that tho United and all who refuse to break rock ore States should attempt a national exgiven regular meals. pedition into the a nan tic regions, ComK. Peary declared that mander ltobt-r- t Leave Out Central Bank. because of tho fact that Commander Hubert F. Scott of. the Uritlsh navy it work- Washington. Tim Central Bunk que ttea will not figure in the annual report ng on a south polo expedition, u wouiu ttt th secretary of the treasury, the je imnroner to attciunt to utilize his matter no fur New "York customs home situation will route. He ha given the urn Ids .be tffi It with exhaustively in that docu- ther thought sincestatedreturn from field that hi north, when ho ment, awl tkefe Is no Intention of oik was at au end. the sUo of ewrency jap-- r. half-doze15-csnis tt lUlllmore, Md. The ftigantic combination of coal interest, Frivol i'ng n capi talisation of $131,(100,000, ami to Include Consolidation Gaal'Cbinisliiy of Hal Company, tluiorc ami tlie Pittsburg ueerw Of bituminous tho two In rgest-propending, is the gen' coal in the world, eral belief in financial circles in .1UUI more. A merger of 'lie Consolidation and tho Pittsburg companies would give them control of approximately SO per cent, of the soft coal mines of tho United States. The rittsburg Coal Company is now the largest producer of soft coal in the world, with the local concern rt close second. The former owns nnd leases acres of coal land in Pennsylavnia and Ohio. The Consolidation owns and leases , 300,000 acres in Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia and Kentucky, and the two companies bctwqen them control ap proximately 00 per cent, of what is known as the Pittsburg scam. President Clarence W. Watson, vice- 'president; Jere Wheelwright, chairman of toe finance committee, and van Leal .Black, of the Consolidation Cual Conv pany, are in New York, presumably in connection with tho big merger. tit 01 China, In Attempting to Ost Away from the Opium Habit, Haa Turnsd to Cigarette 8moklng. FARMERS, ATTENTION Corn Is selling in Memphis I HOME OF CONFEDERACY MEMOIUAL TO BE ERECTED BY SONS OF VETERANS. May Result in Oreat Historical Cen ter for Memphis Forrest Made U at 7Sc 2)7,-C5- 0 Adjutant General and when you get It you pay wore. If you intend to grow your com In 1D10, you must start now by saving seed. The South can grow all her corn It we will plant good land, and cultiseed in vate. Mr. Drake In South Carolina grew 534 bushel of shelled corn per acre. Mr. Stcney of same atate, this year, 240 bushels. It is famllUr to all that corn club boys ill Memphis district have grown this year 100 to Did you ever figure 110 bushels. what you would make per acre if you had a good stand of corn, and each stalk gave one carl If not, do this If you are too tired or too busy, get one of your children to do It for jou What dies It profit a man lo grow good crops of cotton If he buys his corn, hog meat and mutest Have you reminded the super Intendent of education In your" county that you must have n com club fcr your loy In I9t0! Memphis Com mercial Appeal. first-clas- s Hutiitteth of Jlreath-Itt- . News of General Interest In a county mountaineers poured Into this city nfler the tlepnrtura of sav Summarized Form, ers! companies of the'troopa, nnff cole brnlrd tho democratic victory, by shooting out tho street lights and disQY SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. charging their revolvers ntul tides. Fully n lliousnm! rounds of cartridge were shot oh by tho hnppy men as n Receiver for Burley Society Applied trlbuto to the successful candldtncs, Hullcts flew thick nnd fast In the for by Growers Who pooled Their midnight Tobacco They Charge that Re. tnnln streets, and It was past before tho "whoopees" ot tho men celpti from Former Crops Are Belnn died away on the roads leading to tho Used on This Year' Pool. hills. Ilepubllcans In general wcro nbient Lexington, Ky. A petition, sinned after 'the mountain factions renchrj by I)r 0. W. McMillan, of Uuller, and tho city. Cyclone cellars were hastily doors and window 33 other Kentucky tobacco grower, sought, nnd praying that a receiver bo appointed barred. Guns wcro iinllinbercd sn.l for tho Hurley Tobacco Society, was gotten ready for attlcn, but at last acfiled In tho Fayetto circuit court by counts the Jubilant democrats had Attorney! "I F. Applegato and K. B. confined their efforts to shootlnt at tnnntmato objects. Clark, and a hearing of tho raso It was nit unexpected, and tho slier act for November 15. President Clarence I.cbus, Secretary O. A. Hrooks Iff had discharged mcst ot the depu nnd J. M. Itnnkln, treasurer of tho Hur- ties sworn In for service at the polls. ley Tobacco Society; tho Clark Coun- The few authorities left decided not ty National bank, tho Citizens' Na- to monkey with tho pleasnnt-splrltetional bank and tho Pcoplo'a National county men, nnd humored them In their celebration efforts. bank of Winchester aro made Troops quartered near tho city were with tho Hurley Tobacco Society. Tho plaintiffs allege that the ready to take n hand at tho first sign Hurley Tobacco Society, without au- of serious conflict Hreathltt county was carried by the thority, tins retained out of tho proceeds from Iho talc of tho pooled to- democrats and Iho following llckot bacco crops of 190H and 1007 over was elected by plurality indicated! Uedwlno over Adams, for circuit $300,000; that a portion of the crop Judse, 490; Johnson over Kssli, for sold for those two year belonged the plaintiffs; that the Hurley Tobacco commonwealth's attorney, 435; Haglns Society In retaining (his money haa over Hurst, for county Judge, 403; deprived Ihem of their full share from llussell over Johnson, for county the into of their tobacco. U la further clerk. r,0S. Capt. J. It. Bains, of the Islington charged that tho Hurley Tobacco has spent and la spending for company, reported that on their way the expenses of the pooling of the 1900 to Crockcttarlllo the soldiers were fired upon by a band of men across the crop and In tho maintenance of ofllce money from this fund; that tho off- Kentucky river. They returned the icers of tho society aro holding (ho flro and the detsll caught ono man, booki from tho owners of the tobacco who, when found unarmed, was rethat was sold, and that tho banks are) leased. An Interesting feature ot the alt Illegally paying out money on war rants Issued by tho officers. Tho plain- uatlon was tho admission by John tiffs further allege that all puriKsra lUanton that It waa he. and not hU for which tho pool of the 1906 and 1907 brother, Tlldtn. who killed Demos crops was organlred havo been com- thenes Noble nt the Sprlnj Fork, pre pleted; that the plaintiffs am entitled cinct poll during th election. John to havo an accounting and a distribu- was arrested at once. It Is stated that $10,000 was spent tion of the proceeds of the sales; that the defendants havo fatted to do so, In Hreathltt counly by tho republican and that the funds will be lost unless and democrats commltecs during the a receiver Is appointed to take charge) campaign Juit closed. Judgo Hrdwlne declared that he of tho affairs of the company, audit the accounts and pay over to the plain- would exterminate tho "blind tiger' In tiffs the proceeds remaining from tho Hreathltt. pool, If there be any. 8o-dc- ty . Allfllfn li. . a ""IS? .. . 'i ucmenv ... 1. ."w .. u , 1 : hTn.. ii VI u m COLUMNS . J,; ,i honul,. I....... :.7 ,tr,nlklr. "orld I,,,., been rn,7if 1,1 ... " Irani. -- .",,,,n60f Don...... corner, lM upon ,h8 r-- metllelnn ...I tho nerves, . in d: :hr R,Ut HOI A FLASHES VaTririm 1 I Br noman 1 in Aurora . Gelx roubles bjTskujCu ne rtomin i Ionic. Anrora. Ind ljSnte mo cuanae and had tbnu v., . ami scvero backs.he itlthUat times I COUld hard'r i rraa auiui Cardol as, jot 1 tie from our drarrM cd u v. Klin fit onr . Mr vilij " iu i aUtttf ,,i BUT, I .. ral lady friends." Lave rccmnraeo'ed Cifdslta "SS IrTLl You need not be afraid to Ui .... ... dul. Whenever mi -a ionic, its use vll cot laterr, that of any other med.Jxi rn 00 raiting, in ac'joa Is utj p and without any tad a!trrti. Inr rturrlr vpvi.vt . . . ri young ana old, and cia doistin good. " . .wt, lion, building up oisia'r stm toning up wcrrac'y ernes, rrr-l.i srnmsntt-- nr.... If. I, success, with Ifccuundi cf rsm, liar to tbo one dc r trd sbcie, Its real, scitnt.Sc eejic merit. You are urged to UV.e arid, woman's tonlr It will yw, . V fiTi T !. - r.j-- i tr . uj MADE KILLING ON CORN FATTEN TAXES BEAR SIDE AND WINS MILLION. Government Report Caused'Btam-pedon Long Cash Price far Corn Went Lower. s RICH KENTUCKIAN and Clubbed Into Unconsciousness High Swung By the Neck From Office Building, The Commonwealth g TaSrrt'a Velia MV), a m far YV)-i- r, llUra-llrsait- r.uit tl ( (utsi Denver. Mrs. Ella Palmer, who organized the hospital corps of tho Confederate Army of Tennessee and remained at its head until the close of the Civil War, died In a sanitarium at Boulder Monday, aged 80 years. Death was due to paralysis. During the war Mrs. Palmer traveled with the Confederate "divisions of Gens. Johnson, Hood, Iteauregiiard and Wilson, anJ she was present at many of the noted battles in which those leaders participated. Mrs, Palmer was bcrn In North Carolina, but spent her girlhood in Hiawatha, Ca. Her husband fought in the Mexican War. He died before the Civil War broke out, and Mrs. Palmer was left with one child. She was thing at Chattanooga, Tenn., when the sick and wounded Confederate soldiers were being brought In from the front, and their wceful lack of proper attention apiea!ed to her ami led her to begin organizing a systematic hospital corp. CONSPIRACY IN THE CABINET Ad- Holdover Msmbsr of Roosevelt ministration Suspected. Washington. Confidential advisers of President Taft are of the opinion that there is a conspiracy to hold his cabinet up to ridicule and contempt. One man is said to be at the Lead of this conspiracy, and it ia understood to be the inspiration of the plans to disby credit President Taft's lieutenant comparing thorn with tho lieutenants of President Kooscvelt. The man who Is suspected of being a press agent for assaults on seterul of President Taft's cabinet officers Is au official of the government, who came over as a legacy from tho Itooketclt government. There Is very little question that there will bo a general demand by the cabinet for the decapitation of this official, and there Is very little doubt that Ins uamo was used at the special extraordinary conclave of tho cabinet officers held Tuesday night at the department of ington, whero lie was placed In Jail. justice. y Frankfort, Ky. Judgo Hobson, of Bmlcs in South Increase. tho court of appeals, dissolved tho InWashington Since Maich 14, when junction granted by Judgo Watts Parcongress authorized the orgsnlzatiou of ker, of Lexington, restraining tho city national banks with a capital under $20,- - council of Loxlngton from entering 000 and not less than $33,000, there have Into a toutrso twith tho Lexbeen organized in 'I ennesseo ington Water Co. banks, with aggregate capital of Frankfort, I(y. It. K. McClure & 'I hero have been orgaulrrd In Arkansas Hons, ono of tliu oldest dry goods and national banks with a capital business houses In Frunkfort, filed u eighteen of (25,000, one with a capital of $30,000 petition In bankruptcy, giving tho liaand seventeen with capital of $30,000 bilities na $120,000, with assets abcut banks, the same. Kll II. Drown, Jr., was ap and overt n total of foity-onwith aggregate capital of $2,300,000. pointed rocclvcr. Modi-souvlllflfty-stien e Falmouth. Ky. Tho main plant of IIU. Urn. the Falmouth Haw and Planing Mill Irraimral far Co. caught fire and was consumed, to Hetilfiaa I au. ( baluaavga, Trss. SsxYlal laxrnrtlaa.. Oklahoma City, Okls. Dansllng In gether with a big lot of lumber, entail-lollama Trralmrat far Waairs," mi a loss of J 5.000, partially covered midair, with a ropo suspended about piaia wrappr,-- , ea rraar-- i. his neck, tho body of Hoy D. Gannon, by Insurance, of Lexington, Ky., aged 30, a wealthy Frankfort, Ky. Commissioner of HhAUAU real estate man, was discovered by hla Agriculture Rankin Issued his final girl stenographer. .... I The form hun crop report for tho year. Tho report a. suspended from the root of the says tho farmers of Kentucky havo Campbell office building. Tho had tho most prosperous year In Iho Th,f sta rtivm Follre department Is confronted with history of the state. baffling murder mystery In tho most recent years In tho southwest. A IVER tsc.C fmta Wlllson left Frankfort. Ky-O- ov. package containing $1,000 In currency, for Now York with Mrs. Wlllson, who PILLS. "i Drusttiitt. ml which tho decedent withdrew from n will enter a hospital thero to havo TaJiU local bank. Is missing. After the as- her broken arm and ahoulder-bladsailants had clubbed their victim Into treated. Ho wilt bo away only lon? Insensibility, a nocso was formed with enough to make the round trip. aiiiiiniii euiiinnrc euiii a plcca of heavy ropo, ami with the Ixulsvillo. Ky. Following a confer aid cf a plrco of Iron, tho ropo was Genuine Mutt Bur twisted about tho neck of Gannon, ence of Iho board of trustees ot tbo CARTERS nearly severing tho head from tho Lincoln Institute at the Gait house for body. Tho police aro seeking a blonde he purposo ot adopting n constitution piUa. woman with whom Gannon was seen for tho colored school, articles of In In an automobile. The police scout corporation will be filed. Lincoln In RFFI SI-- SUBSIII the robbery theory, and nre Inclined stltuto Is tho off shoot of Ilerea to bcllnvo that Gannon's knowledge of for negro students, and will cost It will bo located ne.tr an alleged mine deal was rcsponslblo ttoo.000. V for his death. Gannon was single, and Sliupsonvlllc,Ky.,21 miles from Louis came to this city several years a 50. He vllle. When millions o( people ose was a prominent officer of tho Knights a u an kuivtuv i" of Columbus. Paducah, Ky. Leo King shot nnd r Liu l cu.u1s,isnww- uvv ' A VI AHP. probably fatally wounded Shoruiall l tssp iliis UUJT uivt n tnilMnn Dux WITH A BALL BAT MW lloyd. SS, at Kelly Station, Christian -- la Trt Um MfTtTrt Mtt couuty. for on alleged Insult to King's Delbert Osborne Struck and Killed daughter. According to rn ts sIisk Jf l Ihn best bOWCl 13d William Co rum. King the Insult wna offered to his dcugbtcr whllo lloyd was calling on Owcnsboro, Ky. Delbert Osborne, her. Arming hlmsulf, King went to "- tiVi--i j -- 1G years of nge, struck William Corum. Kelly Station and emptied both bar- b J!!!& CASCARETS Ifts aged 17, on tbo bead with a baseball rels of a shotgun Into Doyd's body. bat while returning from school, near llccch Grove, Mclenn county, InflictKy. Returns from over ing an Injury from which Corum died. f of the 119 counties of KensVBVI Tho boys had been throwing clods of tucky Indlcnto tbo defeat ot a pro"Hwvv swiV rn tts frsMiir imtTT dirt at one another and Osborno posed constitutional amendment fur - .. enraged. Osborno Is In Jail st the building of gocd roads, voted on Calhoun. masTIll I at tho last election. A tkai sua la sssls I afro - - Frankfort, Ky. Holding that "brass jority la necessary, and most of tbo fort-1st l"sr t' I ka r counties heard from voted against the knucka" aro not dangerous weapons. project, which contemplated a tn Gov. Wlllson annulled tho Jnll sen-telovy. co against Luther lloyd, or Ho refused to remit tho Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Bnrah Hhodca, state's part of n $170 lino against 70, widow of a civil war veteran, was Wnlker, of Henry counly, convicted of having told whisky without li- thrown from her buggy In a runaway accident on tho Hardstown road, near cense here. Hho sustained neither brulso .F A . II. Willlamstown, Ky. Hearing that ft nor scratch, but succumbed to the t .s li II U " .L'..uM nob was forming tn como here mil shock thrco hours later. A front uxlu 111. a. jit Lf Jk IsntK' lynch Karl Thompson, the negro who bolt fell against the horso's teg, causbrutally assaulted Mrs. Hamson Rob- ing It to dash nway, nnd the aged ..1 erts, officers took the prisoner to Lex- woman was unnbla to control tho SSSKli! Thompson far lk Ihrr, 4 ( ., . imvwm it mrair. .11" pin -- p.. . fcr IWa.Mli,, .It IsWm I. sir. . . S, t n. SICK MlTTir 4 -- 7 col-leg- o Millions V Sav v.-w- one-hal- o '-r S..J- 7. two-third- s a n 1 animal. IoulsvllIe, Ky. MaJ. David W. Sanders, 74, ono of tho couth's greatest men, for years Kentucky's most noted lawyer, confcdcrnlo veteran, scholnr and a man of highest rank In Louisville citizenry, died tn bis apartments, at a local hotel, Frankfort, Ky. Tho late Senator Wllllnm I.lnilsnv divided bin oslstn oquully between his wife, Mrs. Kloan- or Holmes Lindsay, and his daughter, Mrs. Mnrlou Lindsay Hulro, of Clncln-nnt- l Tho will was tiled In the Frank- Vi CWAAron'n Couehs u PI 1. Slaa-T-a UaSatlSBSUa. "Tjaa. M Usm- -" -- s1 1 rTTT?FI iw. sj rr. r" rrj lm Bis All rimilkUU, . .1. couuty court. Farmers and Hants Balk Cllpton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. JLOUI5 SYNOPSIS. nL on -reafhlns; Ma I an attrao- it. door. Janitor .1 1 I k3V ....ABSOLUTE SAFETY IS THE BASIS.... That we offer to depositors. Oth or Iddncementa are of secondary Importance. Upon this Guarantee wc Solicit Your Patronage; to to a thief . . . what would b tho end of It all? What did It matter? Surely he, i f- - IT.r Wit , , ." ? r . "" an .tierov.reda dek, n l t on M f mi iiwn'f. i f i. ' rfifmnn. Vila at .r ilmnhltla, to Uurtns i.miI (, I" '? . M" Malt ' ' - ,ra . : - a run .ha I o" rre hln ... klnc Ilialioma. fa pur. i '' i.. it rnrt the youn III wlk Hr ll ...n l.av elltn had ft. if . 'T IIC . ' sfil, MallUml ... ,M T,.t - Denlrl ttitn (rtK, npanut ;'i .,r ,? V p. cf .r. - ral In Antitr. IM wnrl.l. appaarrd -.- anil i.r1a. part forinfnr a ,rl n ' Fa. New Votk In ii.Mm lha liouaa h.r u. a. a rar. l.w. Mini lr Wo" Tl.a latter provfJ hi nturrl lha rfana 1 Miilllanrt'a rtnii. rj Tha ci l atha latter nramnt lth it Ii" lta ner ilia .(m.. 'i tr i n I . r Trit atahL Th.y M Hi r rt 1h loot Mall. lit . I s- ' ( t t , - Himself In th. $' aw him Ilia Ktrl ilj'lnc - t' 4 t- -l in " Hp rrtll lnlln ... I jj - t 1 F Tha Ktrl In gray ni r'rttnfnie otinnc itiB- rr. Krnii, utiiik r- wiwinui Maiuanti. ' ma and limnl a Inline Anlilr, hla rral tolJ a 'Jura If""' ' e?i t -- r s rto 1 f iimlf tiirknt i l.rr tha location of rr marrlar. A ai front tloor. Malt' lla fotinil Anlaty a Again h orar- r k c lowing lilm to fans woman. XI lir who knew tho world wherein he lived and moved nnd had his being, knew bitter well tbo worth of Its verdicts. Th. World might go hang, for all ho cared. At least his Ufa was hid own, wheiher to mako or to mar, and ho hail sot to answer for It to any power this sldo of tho gates of darkness. And If by any act of bis tho world should be given a man and a woman In exchango for a thief and an Idler, perhaps In tho final reckoning his Ufa might not bo accounted altogether wasted, . . . IIo set back his shoulders and Inspired deeply, eyes lightening; and stepped Into tho study, resolved. "Miss" ho called huskily; and stopped, reminded that not yet did he oven know her name. "It Is safe now," ho amended, more clearly and steadily, "to como out. If you will." Ho heard no response. Tho long gleaming folds of tha portieres hung motionless. Still, n sharp and staccato clutter of hoofs that had risen a tUe street, might hnvo drowned her voice. "If you please ?" he sold again, loudly. Tho silence sang sibilant In his oars; nnd ha grow conscious of a senso of anxiety and fear stifling In Its Intensity. At length, striding forward, with a swift gesture ho flung the hangings aside. CHAPTER-XI- I. J. A. TII0HP50N, CnshUr. tt. BUCHANAN, President --: DIRECTORS 7. W. Ateltaler. 3. 3.0. Condurant, O. 0. Threlk.ld, TL Buchanan, T. A. Led ford. . B. M. lal.r, Dr. J. M. Hubbard. THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY 1 LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 'FOR RATES APPLY 1 Tl LMAL MANUEI CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE . ..aaoaATte ft TELEGRAPH CO. ... OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND . .. -- Absolutely THE BEST ne-- nillionaire Canned Goods. Helnz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. OsJl on or telephone ua when In d or FEEDSTUFF3. of GROCERIES, FRESH MEATS Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries. CHAPTEn let i rw ' Continued. ,nn( On Reconsideration. p i- 'te -' 'ri r 'i j 'it n aisca mo to lunch 1 contnullcled. "T hi toe ' u met mn on the i o'clockf I Gently Jllcke- - set his ment of tunities of his but with decision Sergt faco against the allure his wlnc-cuand the Imporfellow-omccrs. Ledf ord & Randle HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1856. at Its' T t I7cj, :r 0, -- ' - ' 1 ' nl nbout onr. At tltls divan, bound of your friend. enough. Officer, take tills man to the prtJ tr I'll mako -' t Vw nbn wa I with you station;policeman tho complaint" Tho healtatcU. and at this UI.C- 3(tttMrn c rloc to th minute, yeji Juncturo O'llngan put In an appear nnce, lugclng a heary brown-pape'Xfrcr m'sl At ten minute .to bundle. "lies in it'-- a cab from hero to tlio aor T pardon, M lather Maltland, l3cri.il liero I dined at "Well. O'Haganf ha rm Is dish- "Tha ire" Intcrpoied the porsed," crowd at tho dure, or. tho janitor reported. "A laia, r f!y I took yer there, ay copa kem along an' fanned i couplo cm. They ro nakln' for tho two av llUsk r Furthermore, aleuth, yocs," with n careless nod to tho r j f jllowed me arouad and dctcctlvo. r cn o'clock, until "Vch heard what I said," Itlckcy an. iwered the officer's look. ll ii! Tin thlnklaV O'llagan puraued, mm r - T lc with confuilon. " calmly Ignoring; tho presenco of tho IXl C'.fr I didn't. lAvn 'thn do bo tho soot Itcriiil t"t a uuartiT in fttevnn. outsiders, "thot theso tbo worruld atolo that domned thafo nv i!l tb j a ' le as I underatand It. brought off yo tho day, aor. A art ft nR that, liarlna; given ut at a) cloven o'clock, sor, wld partic 1.1 thll tml.1V. nn,t knnw. ular rayquest thot ut bo dayllvercd to jru were after mo, I yo al onco. Tho paptr'a tore, on " Flint Into a cab 15 mlnutea "O'llagan," Maltland ordered sharp X Mice rp Fifth nrenue at auch ly, "undo that parcel. I think I can ihftk r pfd thnt tlil. now, htMlt wai a runaway, nnd 'flnaily satisfy youyour sleuth. What kind of lunciicon acquaintance a ault did en ana ran upstairs hero to pj wear!" rti.;rcr tnreo tlraea, for rio'pur-"Oray. h ICil'.rr Imrnnit l,.ln.lr.- f '.. "An" hero ut U," O'llngan an Ftlftnta t'- - jt my oaraT" nounced, arraying tho clothing upon a i jaw rarsed, Tho cabby chair. "Iv'ry doom' thing, aven down 4t!a:: his mouth with a to tho socks. And a noto for ye, aor." P K Taw and mada rlinLlni- As ho shook out tho folds of tho coat a square wl.lto cnrclopo dropped I Pin n n to tho floor; tho Janitor rctrlovcd and offered It to his em ploy or. "Dear Mr. Maltland. M ho read lJr' I kr.w What I'm nln Ti,l aloud; "'As you will probably sur J fh ,7 'l ''Shi. but r sot tlit, tntto, my motlre In thus restoring to ra liin thin time. Lcmme you n portion of your property la not rI( 1.' 'a roil lil. .hn..i.i.. nltogolhcr uninfluenced by personal ' niri III. fn til .1 and selfish considerations. In brief, I l' vvch done wish to dtsovcr whether or not you If not, 1 Alaltland cut.la. aro to bo at homo tallfteHyou" Rood enoush' to shall take plcaruro In calling; It tho narrated tho contrary, I shall fcol that In Justlco to l - icn i sitiihoura, beglnnlns myself I must forego tho plcasuro of n he had dlscoy Improving an acquaintance begun unL . ", 11 'iuuur. novo der ausptcca so unfavorable. In cither ttkt ,,,mgc,f for ,h0 case, permit mo to thank you for tho li.,T. h.34. r:.cal,ei1 'row U'Bslna uso of your wardrobe which, quaintly '"' oi mo Krny onougb, has outlived Us usefulness to dctcctlvo named ncv ana con- - me; a , Illckoy will toll you why and to ex.. iiiiu cniiea up from tho tend to you expression of my highest Hollo vu mo, I am enconsideration. flit' "'tanHallni? his viously yours, Daniel Anlsty' Signed," En l lJ"-'a,,nreceiver that added Illckoy mechanically, hla face working. "Satisfied, mouth?" Ily way of reply, but ungraciously, Whon Maltland tho dctectlvo ntepped.forward nd un-- mllod , "5 u8 W-r'ru,;h ,nvcn,''. "Very locked tha handcuffs.' ItJ' h. -erect, smiling. lU stood veil Maltland tell It ik I morrow. ora. "Thank you very much, oleuth. Mea,;, shan't forget you. . . . O'llngan," corao tossing tho Janitor tho keys from his "ow fat a in ' dosk, "you'll find some ah loraoa-por In tbo buffet. This r 10 llteal omo end w Where ofllco: and hU frloudt will no doubt join you In t friendly drluk downstairs. Cabby, I want a word with tmU 6,anco ,owar,i you. . , . Good morning, ucntlo-mcr" lime1" I .n-Good morning, sleuth." L7;w'M Pursued Mr. lllckoy, true And bo showed them tbo door. "I shall bo nt your sorvlco, ofllcer," he c,'uanl,nlty. "Serious- - called ovor tho lanltor's shouldor, "nt leutb- 70U lry,nS to mako a any timo to morrow morning. If not i,,B rkrtrt,U 1 m of itC0nK wy own bero, O'llagan will tell you where to And, O'llngan!" Tbo "milter ,t4ao:"tfrabllnd. 'Kd thafi find mn. (ell back. "Keep thoui at lcul an b c '3 ' kl itd r rr ro n t nttcatlfr thnt two." In U aTt) your ho - lrnlns- Tht Detective Stepped Forward and Unlocked the Handcuff. hour," Maltland told him guardedly. "And my nothing." Tbo Irishman pledged his discretion by a silent look. Maltland turned back to tho cabby. "You did me a good turn, Just now" bo. l' r r 1 .... wonder " Tho man was a rough, burly Englishman of ono of tbo most Intelligent, If began. "Don't mention It, sir; I'vo carried you hot ten beforo this evenln', and my sayln' so I never 'ad a fare as tipped 'nndsomcr. It's a real pleas ure, sir, to bo of service." "Thank you," returned Maltland. eying blm in speculatlvo wise. "I a- r-- 1 la-a- 'i pbf o. pa n It" t. t:',-.u,c- I i. "iiun . ti'lill.rr': ' c-- n 1 p kV?.,?"t i :. root-boc- .' r not Intellectual, kind; the Ilritlsh cabby, as a typo, lias few superiors for sheer quickness of wit and understanding. This man had been sharpened and tempered by bis contact with American conditions. Ills eyes wcro shrowd, bis faco honest If weather-beaten, his attltudo respectful. "I'vo another uso for you Maltland decided, "If you aro at liberty and discreet!" The final word was a question, flung over his shoulder as ho turned toward the escritoire. "Yes, sir," said tho man thought fully. "I alius can drlvo, sir, even when I'm drlnkln' 'ardest and can't sco nothlnk." You'vo been drinking "Yes? Maltland smiled quietly, standing at tho small wrltlng-dosland extracting a roll of bills from a concealed drawer. "I'm fair blind, sir." "Very well." Maltland turned and of charges preferred, hearings extended his hand, and dcsplto his professed nMlctlon, tho cabby's eyes beforo an obviously prejudiced yet martinet, reprimands bulged as he appreciated tho also of nnd rulings, reductions In rank, tbo bill. "My worrdl" he gasped, stowing it "breaking," transfers; or yet n third away In tho cavernous depths of a possibility with the prevailing rato cf wago as contrasted between detec-tlvtrousers pocket. nnd the and "sidewalk-pounder,"You will wait outside." said Maltland, "until I cotno out or or send cost of living ns contrasted betweon somebody for you to tako wherever Manhattan, on tho one hand, and JaSta-tedirected. Oh, that's all right not an- maica, Ilronxvlllc, or St. George, Island, on tho other. other word I" pros A Tho door closed behind tho overcntly loomed Invitingly in the serwhelmed nlghthnwk, and tho latch geant's path. Ho glanced 4ip, some clicked loudly, for n spaco Maltland on thing surprised to tlnd himself stood In tho hallway, troubled, then, bowod with the heart strangely oppressed, Sixth nveuuo; busy day, turnod aside, fatigue of a vision clouded by tho memory of tho girl as ho had seen bor only a few entering a dingy back room separated from tha bar proper (at that Illicit minutes since; as sho had stood hour) by a curtain of grCcn bulro. A tbo chandelier, after acting sloppy lint upon her primary Itnpulsu number of tables whoso dimly la glvo hor rescuer tho aid of tho tatlon rosewood tops shone to tho murky gosllght, wero set about, light. hero and tbore, for tho accommodation Ho seemed to recall very clearly her of a herd of sleepy-eyed- , slight llgure, swaying, with habitues. flight mid Bollcltudo caro for hlml Into a vacant chair beside ono o her fnco, sensitive nnd sweet beneath these tho dctcctlvo dropped, and familIts ruddy crown of hair, that of a iarly requcstod tho Janlern-Jawechild waking from ovll dreams, her waltor, who presently bitstlod to hit eyes seeking his with their dumb sldo, to "Hack tnch up a tub of suds, of appeal and of . , , IIo (leorgo. , . . Nah," In response to dared not uama what else, a concerned query, "I olu't fcolla' u( Forlorn, pitiful, little flgurol Odd It to much to night." soemcd that he should fear to face her (TO BIS CONTINUED.) again, alone, that ho should linger reNatural Question. luctant to cross tho threshold of his She How Is It your elstor didnl study, mistrustful and afraid ullko of sing himself and of her a thief. He O, tho doctor has forblddm For what should be say to hor, other than tho wards that voiced tho hor. IIo says she must not stag U( Yet It he six months. hunger of bis heart? She Does a Uv twor hut words such as those suoks . . moon-smlttoc o Malt-land'o " dlmly-llghtcd e appro-bcnslvo, clear-heademcs-Bag- o IIo was tired, he affirmed with a weary nod; tho lateness of tho hour rendered him quite Indisposed for convivial dalliance. Even tho sight of O'llagan, seduction Incarnated, In tho vestibule, a bottle under either arm. clutching a box of cigars Jealously With both hands, failed to-- move the ' tomfy'rato soul. "Nah," ho waved temptation aside with a gesture of .finality. "I don't guess I'll take nothln' thanks Q'nlght nil." And, wheeling, shaped a course for Drewdway., The early morning nlr breathed chill but grateful to his fevered brow. Odd ly enough, In view of tho fact that he had Indulged in no very violent exorcise ho found himself perspiring profusely. Now and again ho saw fit to pause, removing his hat and utilizing a largo soiled bandana with grim abandon. . At such times bis faco would be upturned, eyes trained upon the dim beyond the pale sky. And ho would sigh profoundly not the lurnaco sign or a lover tninK Ing of his mistress, but tho heartfelt and moving sigh of the man of years and cares who has drunk deep of that cup of bitterness called Unappreciated Genius. Then, tucking the clammy bandana Into a hip pockot, and withdrawing his yearning gazo from tho heavens, would struggle on, with a funereal countenance as the outward and vlslblo manifestation of a mind burdened with mundano concerns; such as (on might Bhrowdly Burmlso) that autographed portrait of a deputy commissioner of pollco which tho dctcctlvo's s lynx-llkeyes had discovered on cscrltolro, unhappily, toward the close of their conference, or, possibly, tho mighty processes of depart; mental law, with Its attendant annoy-ance- s TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Successor to B, O. Ramage, deceased.) - riarble and Granite flonuments CURBINO, tllCKflAN, STONB t i WORK t ! U kinds, IRON FENCING:". KENTUCKY Davidson & Stubbs I Meet Your Friends . Lauderdale's hydraulic chairs and evsrythlaf for comfort. nCMTICTC IJErlN 1 IS IS. -. Tonsorial Parlors 'ujj J If jjj- wggm A vOv Cowglll's drug C. B. A. Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. OFFICES: Hickman, Ky. Onion City, ly NiXt aoor to joo'ev Cafe. 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Am class of printing, and w. uo iuai ejus juai a inruaiioas, letter neaut, bill r.eaaa, iu FRANK WATSON LOSER. who cnmo from Tex-it- s nnd lins worked for tho Mongol JJoi Co. for about five months, lit Frank Watson, of this city, down for 13. -- J. Falrless, nbout 200. Watson, who Is slightly rclntod to Fnlrlcss by marriage, endorsed a 0 draft for him on Sept. 9 and another for 125 a fow days later. Tho drafts wcro drawn on Mr. Fnlrless father, residing In Toxas. Tho elder Fair-les- s refused to honor tho drafts and It was up to Mr. Watson, ns an endorser, to mako them good. As Fair less drew this money to buy furniture to Bet him up to housekeeping, Watson honed to bo reimbursed as tho former could sparo tho money from his wgaes, nnd took no legal action. Last wcok, Mr. Falrless proceeded to sell tho furniture back to tho furnl turo man, gathered a few of his per sonal effects nnd started with his for Aniorllln wife and mother-in-laTexas. Wntson learned of tho move nnd end him arrested at Momphls In company with Sheriff Seat and Judge F. S. Mooro, ho went to Mem phis to bring tho man back. Before they could get awny with him, hn boas corpus proceedings wcro Instl tutcd by tho man's attorney, and tho Memphis Judgo released him, on tho grounds that It was not a folony. Tho costs, ndded to tho 165 which Watson must mako good on nccount of his endorsements, will bring tho total up to about $200. A few personal effects were left behind which aro largely claimed by Bradley & Parhan tho mother-in-law- . levied on these for money due them Falrless is now out of reach, nnd Watson will pay dearly for his friend ly accommodation. O Ellison Bros. Special Sale of affc ",-f l On the Streets 1 Heard DOREMi 0n Mrs. Blocking t this wrltl,, , " Mi m "Read tho Courier. '""t f't Lucy and l'aul iv,,. Tom Dick and f.m , . V la Taft Vlowa Helm A Ellison's. rry Manuel Airs. Oscar Salmon Is ablo to bo last Tliiir..L. out ngnln. Buy your coal now. A Coal Co. 11K8T CALICO Co A VAHU. Hickman lc A. 8. Iter. Mylcof Mani. Albort Union City one Ilarkctt'. dyi';- .., - NEW SHOES In Men's, Ladies' and Children's all at I Children's Overcoats at Cut Prices Tho severe rm, h at KllUon Ilrus. orybody from work for . f..T IWry 8tubbs was In Union City on O. T. and John H,t,i, ' 'TOt . . v until , n.,.1 o..-- j. business Tucsdn'. in . - ""u7 Mack Hubbard Is visiting Hickman relatives this week. lister Uettr-rswort- Bmlth, of Mabel. Is tho of Hickman relatives. mot relative. Our Hall iix.m . .u luinir muff tk. . J. D. J'lckett. Telephone that grocery order in ai M.n..l. .. . .Thurn... m.i. . UVIaUD HD.il IIMftltiAa. - t. A Prather. .1.1 o. ...... H. T. Seals, Notary Public, at W. W. ,C- Uryant ami I A. Doddt' Lumbar Office. f,. u . . - Cut Prices While in St. Louis, last week, we picked up some SPECIAL BARGAINS in Shoes, which have just come in. We have thrown these all on the counters at CUT PRICES, and you can now "shoe the whole family" with brand, new shoes at ;a big saving in prices. These offerings include Ladies' Patent Leather Bluclhers worth 3.00, for -- Mrs. Nottlo Wataon. of East Pral- rlo, is visiting relatives hero. Ask to mini, vi.ir.ui n ursi or tno week. leather Uros. eo thoso Ladles' 13 patent Uluchors for IU8, at Ellison OI lllCKinnil Mrs. Willis Itahinun ..j .... . lunl ... ," .TfU fJJJj v wun irs sniita. Miss Nannln T.nV ...I.. .. Oscar Balraon returned to O'ilrlon's nomo on the first bot slt ku landing after spending a fow days at .imiiuk in inyueviuf, Art homo. Don't forget, ladles' work receives Mrs. II. C Whit I.. i rj.. . my special attention. Schmidt, tho was enlort.il t .n n..... n . tnnnl. nf r.k. . .1 Ullor. Laundry LEAVES RETURNS TUESDAY and FRIDAY.!!. E. Curlln. I.ltt O RUSH CREEK ITEMS. In Vrnnrvm Tho parly ifn x n. i, Agent. WANTS TO KNOW. v.. . Editors Courier, Dear sirs: I notice In your last issue under "Commissioners Count the Vote" the following: "Many bal lots were rejected by the election of ficers becauso the voters stamped un der both the Republican and Band Wagon devices. Of course this killed the votes thus stamped." I will ask you to please explain why theso votes were "killed," when theso tickets had no opposition to each other whatever, in fact, could Just as well have been under one de vice so far as opposition Is concerned And it seems to me plain enough that the Intention of those voters in stamping under both devices was to vote for every candidate under theso two devices. My understanding of the duties of election officers in pass ing upon a ballot, Is to determine If plain, the intention of the voter and so count it. I have all along contend ed that said officers should be sup plied with a plain set of rules of In structlons covering tho entire work of holding and closing an election (I mean instructions. As it is now, some will say you are required to do this, and another that consequently, when the ballot boxes aro returned after an election, no two are seldom ever carried alike. An Election Officer, n Mrs. Mary Page, of Ilerklcy. Is hero on a visit to her mother, Mrs. W. II ruunla. Winter. our lino of Winter Lap Itobea They aro good ones. Hickman Hard Bco a. i uopcr sail ruaij lit, visiting rclatires la tku this week . waro Co. 1 .. . . t it .. Im. Kmh ft.. John Hngan, ono of Hickman's porm lar trarellng men, la expected home vis this week till.- - T-- t this week. ... . ... i . . ....4 $1.98 Ladies' Kid Bluchers worth 2.00, for worth 1.50, for '. ; ... A. 8. Harkotl. of West Hickman pays tbo highest market price for all and wife last wei-kinds of furs. tinner tl.lt. J.n.i.. II.UC .V.IV MM, .IT Mens' Diamond Special, patent colt. Kout HoiHT Lu rrcotcrtil lckB' u vici and Gun Metal cut now to 13.60, recent spell of at Ellison Uros,. We are glad to itite lUt Bra nr hmm hiiin ntnrtMil In ht RESIDENCE FOR RENT: Nice residence on the hill, desirably locat Ha will hold smlcn it km Church on the third Sunday cd L. 1". Ellison. Misses' Kid Bluchers Misses' and Children's Box .Calf' School Shoes, worth .50, 1 Our Opening Display of Holiday Goods will occur about December 10 Walt for It. Ellison Bros. Miss Illrdlo Cnrutbcrs. of Union City, spent Sunday with her brother, I A. O. Caruthors, In (hi city. nd IlerrJcs Will McGi-fawent over to liUcd Na I hunting last Krlilsr The eoti srarrn bi other, hid rrmifd LEASED W, 0, W. LOT. for...j:...:.-L . I Boys' and Girls' Kangaroo School Shoes, worth 1.75, for $8,600 NOW RAISED. Men's Bluchers worth 2.00, for I yot The last report on tho raising of money for tho West Hickman levee shows that $8,600 has been raised, leaving a balance of $1,400.00 to get Jfc This can bo procured without any great effort. Four of our merchants have subscribed $100 each. It will be money well spent. If other busi ness concerns will give as liberally when solicited, tho full amount will be forthcoming in a very short time This will bo one of the best In vestments evor inado by the cltlczns of Hickman. Fully the cost of tho Is lost overy year on account Men's Gun Metal bluchers worth 3.50, for v 1.48 W. A Dodds the lam!r w: FOR SALE: Framing tlwbor. sldo tho succesfful tldJcr for I walk lumber and sawed whito oak posts. N. J. Corum, Hickman, Ky. tho Courier office on tie cj 22tfo side of the street Tho lease Is for three jtm Wo havo tho prettiest lot of 10c prlvlli'go of fir you articles, in tho nueenswaro lino., . .111. UWUI w,ii wv over saw. Hickman Hardware Co lumber yard purpowi, ui Shoo tho boys nnd girls with thoso gin uunuiiiR U Kangaroo School Shoes, worthtl.75 get possession which In 30 days but sale prlco is $1.48 at Ellison Uros Tho cloKst tlddi r to r Co Owen Murphoy. of Routo 3. was in was the 111. kmsa Hardware 13 53, Union City Saturday, dollvorlug fruit foil under him "U trees for Western Kentucky Nursery 2.48 .. Men's Fine Patent Leather bluchers worth 5.00, for. worth 3.50, for. A. A. ior.s Hli Special 10 per cent discount on 70 day at tbo home of patterns, as long as tbor last. Suits 118 up; pants 1 6. CO up. Schmidt, tho tailor. - J A Tow of high water forcing the factories to stand idle for weeks. SET FOR TODAY. The examining trial of Tom Bowlln, who has been confined In tho Clinton Jail for several days, charged wiith belnK Implicated in tho murder of It. J. Bugg, at Fulton, has been set for Judgo Naylor Is not tt.Is morning. bure, however, that tho trial will tako Iiuco. It may bo deferred until Fri day. Tlno Boar, a negro, who is also held in connection with tho same ttlmo, waived examination and will bo hold to the action of tho grand Jury tho first of tho year. Men's Fine Vici and Box Calf .. CENTRAL received his now ILLINOIS Inuto last Friday. It Is a handsomo llttlo car, nindo by tho Urush Run nbout Co. CCCiriCN I I Y E. E. Reeves Somo of tho finest bred stock In r l l ill l mws tho country will bo sold by Oeo. L. Whlto, at his farm ono inllo north of ..1 fM -Cayco, Nov. 30. by through service w . following cities Misses Laura Yates and Essie Ch.eaao. Ill- - Clnelnnitl, Woodfln, of Union City, visited tho Neb Nw Orlesni, lh ...... M.mohll. T'1"' forinor's aunt, Mrs. O. W. Whipple, of Sprhtt State Lino, this wook. naapolls, Minn., Hot A. n.,.l. Minn.. U0Ui"i Robt. Honor nnd family nro tho Tnn, guests of 8. T. Roper and family rla. III.. N''vllH, Louis, Ind.. Atlanta. , St. I They aro hero from California on short visit to Fulton county relatives, annulll. Pll. i fc Men's Diamond Special Pat. Colt, .Gun Metal and Vici, cut to- - Ladies' Par Excellence and Diamond Special, finest 4.00 and 35.0 at 2.98 o PUTTING IN MAINS. Peters' Diamond Brand Shoes at Cut Prices " bald eagles wore seen vlco between hovering over this city yesterday Cincinnati. PnriflC morning by a number of our cltlzons A i .1. rtiiu uic It Is qulto unusual to seo so many Connections at d of thoso birds at ono tlmo. U.who- - J A flock of 12 it,. Cotton & Adams started work yesterday on laying of the water mains to and in the Southern Heights Addition to Hickman. A force of ten hmi are on the Job, and, with favorable weather, hope to have the work eoiapleUd by DeeBiber 1st. The awls line pipe will bo and that used la the distributing lines of plpo lm all. over 4.W Will a WW" fine heart cypress shingles, PAST. SOUTH. bandsomev $3.50 a thousand at Hickman, 3.28 at and .. iW mill 0 miles west of Hickman. Yates cars. A Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. buffoHlbrary extra v. Tbo following supervisors woro ap reclining cnair cf pointed by Judge Naylor last week: particular . .nti W. I Felts, J. O. Ropor, R. E. Kel-toand eonnectltf J, O. Lttwson, H. C. Carter, W. Central O, Johnson and J, R. Andorson. Tho fiMBAN.r.T.' . will moot at tho court house in Hick- 0inau ou tho first Monday in January a n. HATCH. - f'tl to ralso or lower tho assessment of Fulton county property. FOR SALE At once, 200 thousand PPT Nil ft Ellison Bros. rj and see this Fence before you buy. guarantee it to De perfectly satisfac tory in every respect. The OUR HANDSOME FRIENDS. I C772A 7 LOCAL NOTES TAKEOUT... Wire Fence LThe weM of tho 'Pittsburgh Perfect' i l'ouitry una uarden Fence is the one i I Electrically w emca "Pittsburgh Perfect" Snow fell In Texas Tuesday, Klvo moro Saturdays beforo ChristEl- In tho oast two wceka tha follow lng hnndsomo and accomplished folks havo renewed or subscribed for tho Great Ilcllglous Wookly. Clip out theso lists from tlmo to tlmo and you will hnvo a directory of tho best people, on earth: C. 8. Shelby, Routo 1. Let it be oughly thor- under-stoo- d International Tailoring Co. mas. Ladles' Wraps at Cut Prices at lison Ilros. Dr. William Bright, City. J. J. Cruco, Cayco. J. R. Weaver, Brighton, Ark. Thos. McClcllan, Routo 4, 8. T. Roper, City. J. P. Maddox, Ilouto 3. Mrs. Lena Caullflcld, Glostcr, Miss. W. E. Jones, Moscow. O. B. Moonoy, City. It. S. Allison, Tlptonvlllo, Tenn. John Klrklndall, City. J. A. Mooro, City. J. F. McClellan, Routo 2. Claudo Hamby, City. C. M. Yates. City. W. S. Fctho, Routo 1. Mrs. Hollo Ilaltzor, Covington, Tenn Myrvln Wilson, Routo 2. Henry Pollock, Routo 2. II. H. Lacy, City. W. T. Roycr, Kosoma, Okla. D. 11. Wilson, City. Mrs. Fannie Prathor, Routo 1. Harold DoBow, Lebanon, Tenn. R, Y. McConnoll, Routo 3. W. C. Sowcll, Routo 3. J. S. Maddox.'City. Mrs. B. C. White, Dorcna, Mo. Mrs. L. S. Shaw, Mayflold. T. M. Rico, Routo 3. J. T. Kemp, Routo 4. E. Tlttsworth, City. Mrs. L. A. Bradley, Routo 4. Miss Emma Tyler, Staunton, Va. C. H. Moore, City. W. O. Adams, City. Mason Barnes, City. D. W. S. Amberg, Phoenix, Ariz. Stove 8tahr, City. Miss Inez Lutcn, Leltchflcld, Ky. F. A. Lovo, Forrest City, Ark. Miss Lillian Lutcn, Madison, Ala. W. H. Heath, Marblo Hill, Mo. Mrs. R. A. Weatherly, City. W. II. Maddox, State Line. Cavltt Toombs, Rosebud, Ark. J. R. Houston, City. n. H. Wilson, City. Joe L. Amberg City. B. T. Davis, City. Arthur Fields, Routo '4. W. B. Hughes. City. W. L. Helm, City. A. G. Klmbro, City. N. J. Corum, City. N. N. Townscnd, East Prairie, Mo. Dee Pleasant, City. Dr. J. C. Morris, City. You can shoo tho wholo family now with brand now shoes at Cut Prices, at Klllson Ilros. Hoys' Clothing Ellison Ilros. to begin with that any suit or overceat you may order throu gh here, that bears the name of the nt Cut Prices at 'International', will be delivered to you with perfect workmanship-wi- ll I At trtty contact Uia wtraa ra aWtrlfallr wtldaJ-n- ot nUtnt, wrappw. iwnn, umw or ClampW. put Waldad lit I LrU-- 1. lPar la auanuui, IKJ (IT 10 K Wtlll-ao- UlJ alaCUKlir. M ti ui iiihin maan la uffiyi an own i ina wuw iipvii 1 point that makesi IIt tho strongest, i longest lived fonco In tho world. X Children's Knco Pants at CutPrlco at Klllson Ilros. at it Children's Kneo Suits at Cut Prices' ' Ellison Ilros. Tciophono ovor-Schm- wear well, and fit Th U tha falvanKInf perfect anil Intact a com motttura and rait. rl coming1 ana rraitcilun or iwuuni i act lo, ana vary wtan iloaa, crack tWrappln w elJ leave (nit 84 or 113 nnd let's talk wu to moutura and null aipoams Tn cuiM amooth. aolll utanlnr no tmmpa, no 1 projotllona. tin auatnpuna la pruluea atrana-tk- . aI wrappra or iwiaiaa maan i naanrr and mora bunt la-- I I aoma W tinno-aaaar- y and waif tt coaaaquanUy I I loerraMd ana unn.o.urr coal.; t" I Tha "Pttt.burf h allow contraction and .I I panalon In tirrlif waalnar. and It alwara tUmla up- - I riant, nrro ana unu no top or bottom board raqulrad. Adjuita parracuy to unaran ground. 26, K, 44, H ao4 I I IS lothaa nun. i Two wolf Ma I Top and Inttom wtraa Ho. 10, other 1 No. 1 1. Tup and bottom Ko. , olhara No. u. DactrtraU WaUad fanca (or all purpoaaa. aiianu4nr. fwild u. 1 ldL well, and in all re- For first-clas- s ing, go to Schmidt's. cleaning and press., Schmidt swell peg-to- p Is tho man that makes tho trousers. spects Mrs. V. T. Itandlo Is visiting friend In Mayfleld and Wlngo this woek. Richmond & Dond Co's. Cotton See meal and Hulls make the milk come be in fast. keepi- aco. Knight, of Fulton, sold his restaurant to C. C. Porter, of Hells, Tenn. "Dowaro of imitations;" Schmidt's tailoring establishment is tho origin al. Sco him. ng with the highest tailoring standards. Otherwise you may return it, and we'll refund your money. Judgo Mooro and wlfo aro visiting In Tupelo, Miss., this week. They left Saturday. 6c a yard is all wo chargo for Hoosler Domestic A. S. Uarkctt, In West Hickman. Men's Flno Gun Metal Diuchehi IVXille-- t cfe Robt. L. Bradley, City. Capt. Hollls Kirk, City. Alexander Ladles for $1.48 $2 Kid Shoes, brand new, at Ellison Bros. t&T money. ft I W QQ fhavc put in n line of window glass and am prepared to take care of your wants in that line, and can positively save you brand now shoes, worth at Ellison ilros. Mrs. J3.G0 at 12.48 Buy your windew lights here. D. D. Brevard will bo tho hostess ot tho Embroidery Club to morrow afternoon. Hoys and Girls Kangaroo School Shoes, a splendid wearer, worth I1.7C for 11.48, at Ellison Uros. L. P. Ellison returned Tuesday fron Paducah where ho served on tho Grand Jury of tho Federal Court. Miss Paulino Caldwell has return ed to Nashvlllo after several months' W. CHRISTIAN JDOJD3D& CHURCH SERVICES. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. These good people havo subscribed for this paper without any Inducement other than the paper itself, nnd we thank them for it. There aro no deadheads or credit folks in this list. A year ago when wo went to strictly for the Courier, some InUmated that we would kill our subscription list. Docs this look like It? No. Wo were Just getting our business on a business basis. Ask any man or woman whose name appears abovo, and they will tell you they llko to sco a paper stop when their tlmo has expired. And wo stop them. o "Uncle Dan" Rice, one of the oldest daikies of Hickman, died this morning. He was about 85 years old and had worked forT. T. for many years. He always voted the Democratic ticket. Ladles $3 Patent Leather Bluchers, new shoes, Just from tho factory, for $1.98 at Ellison Bros. For this cold weather you need tho best shoes. Get tho W. L. Douglas, at $3, $3.C0 and $4 nono better. A. S. Barkett. Don Neeley, of McConnell, whllo looking at a stallion In Fulton, Sun day, had one of his ears bitten oft by tho horso. He was looking at a colt and had bis back to tho vicious horso when without warning tho animal nipped off his car. None of tho car was left at all. Misses and Chlldrens Box Calt School Shoes, new goods, worth $1.50 for $1.25 at Ellison Bros. G. E. Hicks, who is at his homo near Crutchtleld suffering from injuries received when his wagon was struck by a backing train near Fulton last week, Is In a rather precarious condition nnd on account of his ago considerable uneasiness Is felt for tho outcome. Mr. Hicks was thrown violently to tho ground when tho train struck his wagon and ho received a painful bruise on tho left ildo which Is giving him great troublo. One of his ribs was also broken. now $1.25 Tutor M L. Blaney will preach at lYm rhrl.llnn ftiilti twtvt Hnml.. Subject 11 a. Borccg and evening. a., Tbs Holy Spirit as a Comforter" subject 7 p in , "Tho Holy Spirit as Cotmctor ' Mr Dlanoy cordially In Fulton Lodge, No. S3, I. O. O. F. Hickman, Ky., Nov. 17, 1909. tiki hit many friends as wolt as tho Ktmtcr of other churches to hear tie four special sermons In Decouibor tilth ul occur on Sunday evenings. 11m Sucday evening, 7 o'clock, "Tho Wi.lo bonshlp of Jesus Our only Creed." Second Sunday evening, 7 o'clock, ' IteiHintanco boforo God Nee Baptism." Third Sun-i- j tuning, 'Baptism Necessary to tc born Into tho family of Qod on Earth. Text John Fourth Sun ill evening, "Tho lloly Spirit as a Witneis of Adoption always Is aivon After an honest Intelligent Obedlcuco to tho Ordinance ot Uaptlsni." Text Mury beforo 3-- WHEREAS, Amid tho great scenes of llfo death has visited our lodgo and taken from our midst llro. John A. Amberg, who departed this llfo October 29, 1909, therefore bo It Uesolved, That by tho death ot Oro. John A. Amberg our lodgo has lost a trutf and faithful brother and tho fraternity a worthy hioinbcr, and tho community an honest and upright cltl-io- visit with her sister, Mrs.J.Flynn. cisco, Prof. J. If. Saunders, Routo 4. Ira Jones and wife, of San Fran Cal., aro tho guests of Mrs. Jones 'parents, Capt. Hackett and family. John Cox Is now in tho newspaper business local agent for tho Com mercial-Appeand St. Louis Post- Dispatch. II. N. Scat, of Crutchtleld, In tho absenco of bis brother, J. T. Scat, acted as sheriff ot Fulton county during a part of this week. lloiolvcd. That wo tender tho bo renved family our sincere and heart Acu ilr lilancy has been called again to remain another year with tho cturch as pastor. Ho boa not yot tscMLted to rcmalu, and all thoso ho felt sympathy. II. D. Ormcs, ot Pittsburg, who has Hetolvcd, That a copy ot theso res been working horo on tho turblno olutlons bo spread upon our lodgo englno at the Mcngel Dox Co., left records, and a copy sent to the Hick- this week for San Francisco. man Courier .for publication. Atkins Cole, district manager ot Tbos. Dillon, jr., tho W. O. V., and wlfo camo over 0. T. Davis, from Fulton, Sunday, and spent tho J. T. Dillon, day with C. C. Grnham and wife. Committee. O Tho crand jury lu tho night rider cases, at Union City, has begun work In Harncat. At the first day's session Indictments wore returned against uarrctt Johnson, tho alleged leader night riders' band, of tho and who was sentenced to bo hanged at tho January term of tho circuit court, and tho case was ruvorscd by tho supromo court, and Arthur Cloar, another of six men that were sen toucod to hang. It Is a discussion on ovcry comer that In ovent tho court orders tho trial to proceed that It will bo Impossible to sccuro a Jury in tho county, but tho attorneys say they feel assured that Micro will bo no trouble on tills line, should the court boo fit to procode. Tho dofendants and witnesses In tho night rider damago suits in the Federal Court at Paducah, Monday, wero notified Sunday that they need not cotno, as tho coses would bo post poned. Aro you a wlfoT Thon como to tho Lyrlo theatre Monday night. Nov. 22, and see why your husband spends his ovcnlngs In tho lodgo room. It Is plainly shown In tho Western play, A. M. Jones, Cayco. J. C. Ellison, City. Mrs. Jennie McClure, City. Jesso McNeil, Routo 3. Sam Andrews, City. J. D. Leech, Wlngo. J. R. Poynor, City. Atkins Colo, Fulton. .H. J. French, City. J. R. Harris, Paris, Tenn. ' Q. G. Tail, Union City, Tenn., Julian Choato, Routo 4. J. R. McClellan, Routo 4. Jno. Creed, Route 2. J. R. Andoreon, City. J. L. Dodson, City. J. A. Townsond, Routo 1. N. N. Garrison, Kenton, Tenn. John MulllnB, Routo 4. B. S. Elliott, City. Alex Rice, Route 3. Mrs. Maggie Gammons, Routo 1. Homer King, City. G. S. Taylor, City. J. B. Williams, Strafford, Mo. Dallas Williams, City. Miss Vera Brock, Arlington, Ky. Esq. G. W. Whipple, Routo 3. John Choato, Route 4. Green Keys, City. W. S. Burnett, Moscow. J. II. Martin, City. Christmas Candies... Biggest and Finest line ever brought to Hickman 1 Misses Kid Bluchers, worth at Ellison Bros. $1.D0; deilru to hear hint should xnako ptclal effort to hear tho abovo scr bod as they aro tho doling sermons of this year, ending tho last Sunday la December, Now on display at... Heavy underwear, clothing , shoes and all kinds of winter goods Includ ed In our big salo now going on. A. S. Barkett. The W. O. W. had a Head bership were balloted on. Clerk, Atkins Cole, is stirring things up. Cotton has gono ui, but Cotton Goods nro down, way down, at Cut Prices at Ellison Bros. Tho Brocker Medicine Co. is giving a frco show on tho streets of Hickman this week. Don't Buy Holiday You Sea Our Offerings. Goods Until Ellison Bros. Jones' Cafe RE8IDENCE BURNED. last night, 38 applications for mem- Tbo suit brought by Col. It. Z. T;lor and Mrs. Ilankln against tho Msnl Riders for $50,000, was not by the defendants and a Judg-ttn- t for this amouut now stands lu '"or of tho UlalntlffH. Moat of tho Mtndants aro very poor, and tho JMatnent may amount to nothing. "Tho Heart ot an Indian." of tho Maino Electric Co.. Portland, who has been hero for several months putting In tho now clcctrlo derrick for tho company, left this week for his homo in Maino. Tho derrick has been com C. V. Donhnra, o AU Peters' Diamond Brand Shoos Cut Prices, nt Ellison Uros. pleted and tosted out. I I will have some extra Bath Room Comfort Every member of the fanuly eniovi the comfort and conven ience a modem bath room Is a Goalder Johnson, shorltf-clcc- t, very sick boy. Ho has typhoid fever and has been confined to his bed slnco tho day following tho election. Evory attention possible Is being glv on htm at hla father's homo. Ab wo go to press ho Is thought to bo u ltttlo bottor. nice Tho residence occupied by Mark Corum, on tho Mrs. McDanlol place, near Shuck Switch, was destroyed by fire Tuesday night about 8 o'clock. Very llttlo ot tho contents ot tho of tho houso was saved, and wo understand Mr. Corum carried no Pot Flowers on display next Monday, at ELLISON It Is thought a detective fluo started tho blazo. The house, seven rooms, was owned by Mrs. McDanlel and was valued at about f 1.DO0. O Watch for tho BLUE MARK on tho upper right hand corner of your Courier. It is to notify you that your subscription Is about to expire. No pa pors aro sent out after tho subscription is out. THE HEART OF AN INDIAN. NOTICE TO TAXPAYER8. Tho Tax books can bo found at tho Hickman Bank whon I am not In town. For your convenience you can pay your taxes there. J. T. SEAT. provides. 'jHwWastHT plumbing fixtures make your bath rooa modern, comfortable and Misses Clouks lison Ilros. at Cut Prices at El ""when you remodel or build, let us estimate on your plumbing contract. High grade "5Uiari' fixture-- and our lint class work assure you satitfaction and future saving. Our service u prompt; our prices reasonable Cotton & Adams, Hickman, Ky. In honor of tholr 35th aunlvorsary, Mr. and Mrs. U. II. Ilrovnrd entor- talned a fow friends at diunor Wednesday. Thoso present wero H. Much nnan nnd wlfo, A. M. Dollow and wifewlfo, nnd Postmaster Stephens and Aftor an elegant repast, the guests wero entertained with vocal and lu atrumcntal inuslo by their hostess Tho Courier Jolua their many friends in tho hopo that thoy may live to BROS. H. E. CUJRLIN 0 CARD OF THANKS. A A play to ploaso overybody. Western story wrltteu around the obligations of ono lodgo meiubor to Not tho blood thirsty kind but a real nlay by a "real" company. Just a story ot real homo folks und homo scenes, such as aro lived In your own homes every day. Don't forgot tho dato Nov. 22. r. We wish to thank or neighbors and friends for their kindness shown us during the sickntss and death of our dear husband and son. May iou bless them is our prayers. Mrs. Kate and Molue Dotson. o Intelligent Steam Pipe. 1 Footllte (actor) I'Hilurc? should say It was! Tho whole play was ruined. 8!o Gracious' How was that? Hob rotll- - At tlo ii n' e. ax pl'.e of the lart hissed me off the stage London i Bob tUi celebrate 35 yearn hence. Use "Sansparlel" Flour, ANOTHER HOW BLOCK If le IMPORTANT STATES COURT. of VICTORY i SIGNALS WORK FOn THE Operation of Ingenious 8yitsm Iniures Safety of Railroad Passenger. Tht The Missionary A CARTER' MEDICINE COMPANY IN THE UNITED text rwoplo know Comparatively Just wlint Is meant by block slgnids when tbey rend that n rallronil ha'o established the system on Its lines. The block Is ft lenjlrof track which, en doubltf track rodds, hns at Its entrance, iv post nnd movable arm, and on single trnck lines ono at each end. To say that a lino has every Inch protected by this system means that tbo en tiro line Is divided Into consec-tlv- e blocks. Only one line from to New York Is thus protected, and of the total In tho United Stntes. is on the Union and Southern Pacific. Tho operntlon of the block system is simple but absolute. In n few words, It means that a train cannot novo from ono block Into tho next until tho latter block Is empty. As a train moves forward, tho signal arm set to show that the block just left nay bo entered by the next train following. When a train enters a block It so affects the energy that Is a part of sigChi-t.-ig- o eno-thir- Thanksgiving s. Story V In "olden daysjWhfeh thfa IfehdVwasVpung., bo- - UI ly and on tho morning IN T1IK wild northwest the winter hna set in ear prairies for miles around were ono great, drifting ThanKsrfivinrf "Day, Hfch Monrf tho PilrfiW At least to. And before Uj Hod becom "weeft-da- y airtots' sung nonrfilhe nations. from mirth. fgurdy. atlbns, Z'S A that the semaphore arm remains horl- naling sen of snow, while tho soft, feathery flakes were still falling, ltuth Wayward stood at tho window ol tho parsonaga dlnlng-roo.rnnd looked out Into the (torm with disconsolate eyes, "Thoro doesn't seom much to b thankful for this year," she thought, with a sigh. "No winter clothes, and Halph and father sick, nnd mother worn out with trying to make ends meet. I don't see why some pcoplo have so much and others so little." Ituth." said her mother, coming Into tho room Just then, "have you practiced tho Thanksgiving hymns for "Yes. mother," answered Ruth, "but I don't sea how we can hold services People If the weatber keeps bad. won't come to church In n billiard." "There will be services whether any comes or not, daughter. No matter what our difficulties may be, they must not interfere with our religious duties. Remember that the minister's family sets an example for tho settle- Was a And no'or pro: Sabb tqtcnana siuray7 Twas celebrated tn those daywr With onevihought, and wiUYsjio thought only, lis meed of'p'ralse To give o'er his neoDle lonelVi For tven to thorn his graced That h to vtedjit dower. And inq iqep nvpoce That th ' v. Wl sitting In Now York City lias awarded lo tho Carter Medicine Company a decroo which again sustains the company's oxclustvo right to uia thi red paclngo for liver pills. Ily tho tetms of tho decree, It Is. among other things: Adjudged that tho Carter Medicine Company Is tho owner of thn solo and cxcluslvo right to tho mo of red colored wrappers and labels upon said small, round packages of liver pills of the stylo doacrlbod In Iho bill of com plaint: said right having been ac quired by tho prior adoption of said strlo and color of package for liver pills by tho complainant prodocessors maro than thirty years a no, and es tablished by tho continuous and ex-- , cluslvo uso of the samo In constantly Increasing quantities by said prede--! cessors and by tho complainant, tho Carter Medicine Company, Itself, from the time of their said adoption until thn prcsont day. The decision Just announced Is per haps tho most important nnd ing of all, by reason of tho character of tho tribunal which rendered It. No Court in tho country atands htghor. Xattonal Vrvgglit, St. Loult, ilt far-reac- tht Southern District The United Slates Circuit Court for ft-o- York School children should cat Jtt Quaker Scotch Oats nt least twice a day i A Simple rrlnua ILL. It Gold ft. " M , let .7" i.. hM W Uni , .... r V zontal until tbo block Is vacated, when the arm automatically drops and points diagonally toward the ground. Therefore, ns long ns the engineer sees only drooping signals be can keep on going, but the Instant ho finds tho arm stretching out over tho track, ho must come to n stop, knowing that that block Is occupied fey another train. Tho energy mentioned above is electricity, the current being obtained from a battery near each post. The rails of each block nro made as If all of one piece by connecting the Joints with wire. The extreme ends are then connected and thus a circuit is formed In which, the current flows. When no train Is in the block, tho mechanism operated by the current pulls the arm down and holds it there. When a train enters the block the wheels and axles, combined with tho rails, form a shorter circuit, tho energy that held tho arm down Is withdrawn and up It wings to a horizontal position. Each block Is Independent of all other blocks. When the last wheels of a train leave It, tho current resumes its flow and tho signal arm at the entrance is pulled down to the "proceed" position. But before the hind wheels have finished doing this, tho front wheels of the locomotive have entered ' thsf pipit' Jijoclc- .and caused the arm there to rise to the -stop." For a single track line the auto matic arrangement is the same, but there Is a signal at each end of the block. To prevent tiro 'trains on a single track line entering a block at tho samo time from opposite ends, o the entrance to a single track block Is reached the train sets a stop signal at the far end of that block, end as it enters it sets the entrance signal to stop 'Just as is don on more double track. Halt a mile before reaching the entrance signal of each block the engineer comes to what is called tho "distant," which tells him how the other or "home" signal Is set As the automatic signal Is constructed, it cannot show "go ahead" unless the entire combination of rails, wire, current, magnet, etc., is working perfectly. If a wlro parts, a rail ireaks, a battery falls, a switch point opens the slightest, be-for- Whatr, They irtd ry NeW-- E Tk. I..l.t(i,.., untiring p.ll.nJ,r morraT. THE REASON. Pniuminla Pleurisy Consumption , .. SYRUP ea&me"naraerNj.t'C ! Irmhiils Tfcey Godsi Foo And. to mho. 3Kies were n ark nrilnAtfs chosertMbld- - LnbTmVir Ky. Hart nlit, tD II Ibrrr. - i SIMMONS COUGH will da II. MmfictirH kith. A. seriL in !flew ment." So Ruth sat dutifully down at th wheezy old cabinet organ and went over the hymns again, doing her best to extract sweet music from tho yellow keys. And on tbe whole she suc ceeded better than you might think, for slio had a musical gift that seemed to bring out all the harmony Instrument was capabls the worn-ou- t of. Sho was a hopeful little body, too, and while sho practiced she tried to The tur through sKlesj'ofVgrayi-j- C. imMONt. , MIO. CO., n,.Tnu And on Or sought jap uut nttAvhslHilK ter. duotnuwame 1 1 And doughty The foo dW fc tand i a e E'en Elder Bagged lurKeys lr Weary Goal I wonder wot dat HtWIUN'S PATENT GIH SAW Flia A 00 w I I, nvj u dorg bit me oa tho foot for? Ills Friend 1 suppose its cause ha ? 1 13 l i h- - l .. coutdn't roach no hlebcr. a f tvt KM. sllllllKNJMBr it Mjntiui . - As hunger In the i v. I nv . v : A3 the years rougci,6n. TjtanW&glvfng 'Mong the PllgrirfhUlheTerd' a DayJT- - WL PlymoutHplorjytdonse'YO Became the typlcarafcliair;5"-- ' ) A. Ana irompe.-jTheseHitfiu2&: Has spr6ad Is inrf andho glvennrte'arty'opngs'a iimyrmnr paper out In northwestern Kansas JMsssw ' 3 a r it tctls of a pious old farmer who has Strntf ran ?nM n4 lb Ilia r the habit of gazing at tbo rafters In aanl uta a c tie: I'tu. his dtulng room when saying grace " Ono day whllo so engagisl ho forrui'n r, I iirM got himself, and his graco sounded THE W. t. KDtTOI C0 Cm, at. omctblng like this: "wo thank then for this food and by Joel thero's that FO Vfi till trill IriaisiCtrifWi T darned glmk't 1'vo been looking for for .llltri(IM.L(,lM0 - j4.u 'Ifc I ariu '. tbe last six months. I'll bare Jim Sdl ,ri.ia:, I . K tiKt go up there and get It. Thou hast tlOC"-tjf, T l a.a and I U l Mil been gracious to us, O c TV, vu ' I gain wo thank tbco. Amonl" Kanppf will do u. t tin (i ? aInk. U sas City Star. , WtiU'S Kt.ltiMf A Grace. lllr In a U. f ;- -. lr And the DavJ ?mes Give thanKsYron all earWx?3eaAblesslngsi vdozQosnara IJ'ld-darm-hous'e- - For Headache Try Hicks' Cspudlne. Blomach or Vhthr from CoM. are Nrrvnui irmihU. IIm srlie Uquld-plM-nt by Cpuiln. It's I.fTwla Immediately. 10, 3 to COe at Drus Htorrs. and rl!vl tkr ltt, Five Minutes in the Morsisj no sntori'iNC no homnc And lvno'wsaSijhTr d And (rtoarse-aurKeysgfeun- , "gobble-Th- at miu;.iu'uiu comfort herself with tho thought that perhaps some day tbo clouds might bo lifted. and .the opportunity given her to do1 better things. Suddenly, above the wheezing of the organ and the howling of the wind In the chimney, Ruth caught tbe merry sound of slrlgh bells, She got up and rushed to trio window, Just In tlmo to eco the mall carrier's covered sleigh drive around to the back of tho houso. She was all excitement as she ran out to tho kitchen, where old Jean, muffled to his nose and covered with snow, was telling Mrs. Hayward, in his queer broken English, about tho big box ho bad brought for the minister, which box "Mist Larsen," the ex press agent at the depot, bad told hlra to be suro and deliver in tlmo for joyts. tir thought) -- clfltKed In blouse. Joor.hfe; .aiuy watt iuuuii;, A man never realizes what a small potato ho really Is until ho hears in a roundabout way what tho girl whom he could bavo married but dlda't thinks of htm. KNOWN THE worid NO, on -- W. N. MEMPHIS, :. TharUvsgryingi'I Know that- wnen at - y! the?da5 of days. Not Sisters Now and tt'm you tee two women pass down tba street who look like tonlibcd to I ram that they tra You are ra other and daughter, and you rraliie that oucMtt lo bo woman at forty or forty-fiv- o at her finest snd liiml. Vby ian'C it ao? of woman It 10 InTbe enersl health timately aatociated with tlto local health of tb eaaentially feminine orfiaa that thero can ba no red cheeks snd round form where thero U female weakscti. !n ilr. c to? ilsrdtd time content From worldly orjaws e'erare turning, While sinful souls, toearth-lif- e lent. JTho "Christ And hearts Fain for the heavenly rest are yearning. ksgivingS') in rstodaas't r marijjrsJ4 r falls and the re leased arm resumes the horizontal position. So, when tho engineer sees tho stop signal, he knows that there may be a train on tho block, an open switch, or broken rail or signaling the combination nno' At nlghf colored lights aro Tbo lamps on the samo posts. will burn eight days without replen ishing, but nre refilled every four or five days. When tho home signal is at stop, tbo engineer sees the flame through a. red glass. Tho caution light A green on (he distant Is yellow. lights means go ahead and Is used en both tbo home and distant signals. Whcro two or more lines cross at grade the general plan of semapboro arms fdr day and colored light, for Ight is tho same, but owing to the complications all signals are controlled by layers operated by men fc&m a central .station. Tbo crossing and contiguous (racks aro governed fcytne 'interlocking system. When this is in perfect order and tbo cross-tog- unacupled, it displays "stop" to evwyi tmak .approaching tho crossing. Any. eJiange uut bo made by the and to display "proceed" he wuct first lock all' olhor approaches with 1he stop signal. 'Tfiere are' UdW 'about 11,000 miles it railway equipped with the block system! The only Use thus protected vry'Ueb from Chicago to California and to- - via the NarthweterB, Union ol tbe gMaUwa Pacific, Oao-hjr11.999 titles of automatic taallHg Is m tjte ilarriaian line aid the more utiles at douwe aUtw iffvek autowall' Advocate d ta sy Thanksgiving. "That's Just like Nils Larsen," said tho minister, who had como in from his study. "Always anxious for some body's happiness." What a time they had opening and unpacking that wonderful box, which turned out to. bo a "missionary box1 from Mr. Hayward's old church back in "York state." Clearly It bad been packed by loving Angers, with thought ful.'bralns. to guldo them; for it con talned everything that was most like ly to be appreciated by a poor mis sionary In a remote frontier settle ment. Thcro wcro oven cereals 'and crack ers, with several Jars of beef extract and a store of nice canned things Mr. Uayward'e sunken eye lighted ur as tbey rested on a heap ct new books and magazines, and still mors when n pile of warm garments came to light, Including coats for tbo chll dren, an overcoat for himself and a cloak that was plainly intended foi his wife. There never was such a wonder-boas that, Ruth thought, us ono treasure after another repeated itself, and her cheeks Jlusbed when she opened a mysterious packago and disclosed pretty beaver hat, looking as fresh and dainty as If it bad como direct from the milliner. And pinned to tho wrappings was a letter, and In tho letter what do you think? Why, a brand-nof 10 bill to be spent, as the writer stated, for any little wants that the box didn't happen to supply. "Qod bless tho dear peoplo at home!" exclaimed the minister, fer rently. whllo his wife quietly wiped away her happy tears, "And to think I said there wasn't much to bo thankful for!" said Ruth. with mingled penltencu and pleasure. Stella, a. Florence, in the Christian x Womia who bar suffer! from Ihlt IroubU tur foiiod prompt wmHt tur. tn titm tiaA nf Dr. It glvas vilor and Wtalltr t tj rSarca's FavorUt) rraMriptlon. organ of womaafcood. It clears lbs compleiion, br!it yea sod rtddcat tb chacka. No aleohol, or drua la contained In 'M'tvontt PreacnpUW-Antick woman may consult Vr. I'iercs by letter, Iree. lcrf W" " held as aacredly confidential, and siMwered in a plain eajclope. World's Diapenaary Medical Aocieiod, Ur. ft.V. l'ierce, rrei,.UuB".',''L. y haWt-formt- A"' Difference That Ten Minutes Make SOME THOUGHTS HHwrrf w iHL llflH ill SCIVINGDAY ery home. It tho children of every well family would tako It upon them selves to ask the ir mother for a basket of and wholesome food to carry to some poor family where othcrwiso thero might be no Thanks giving cheer-t- ho day would indeed .be ono deserving of tho namo given It. And on tho same day tboy might carry to .some poor sick person a boU' quel of Mowers and a nlro warm gar inent or a pair of slippers. Any llttlo deed of kindness to tho unfortunata will enrich your own pleasures for tho day and mako you feel more deserving of the plenty that has fallen to your lot. Remember tho poor, tho unhappy, die sick, is a good motto for every child to plu over his dresser mirror a few days beforo Thanksgiving. And when tho day arrives ho'H find such Joy in tlio knowledge that ho Is inak log somo one soul tbo happier by his try u, boys and girls, kihuucss. to-d- o From 35 decrees to 70 decrees from an unbearable cold to a glowing heat that contributes the cheery comfort you want In your home Is (he difference that can be made In 10 minutes when you have the Not long ago a llttlo girl was asked by another llttlo girl what she usually did on Thanksgiving day. "I cat all I can hold of good things," was her pity," quick reply. "That's a her questioner, "for It doubtless makes you ill, and docs nobody good. Now, I enjoy a good dlnnor, too, but I cat In moderation, And I carry a basket of nice things to samo poor sick person who otherwise might not get any Thanksgiving dinner." If every child who has a good home and plenty to cat ou Thanksgiving day would remember Uio words of little the thoughtful mid girl quoted abovo there would bo causo for much rejoicing and thankfulness on the day that we all look forward to with bo much anticipation, llut It is a fact, sad to relato, that too many persons not merely chilas well think of dren, but grown-upThanksgiving merely as a day of s feasting I might say of gorging. make the mistake of not reminding their children of tbo needy poor wboso tables are without the good things to eat on that day ( all day when plenty U supposed to be la ev kind-heartes Par-fcnt- PERFECTION Oil (Equipped with Smokeless Heater Device); (o do your heating. It is unrivaled for quick work and effective, cleanly work. impossible to turn the wick too liip.ii or tuu iu lo make it smoke or emit disagreeable odor the seiw L.iguiTu in .i iw" iiusuiuiciv iircvcuis siiiukc. t burns Nine Hours with one filling. 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Ho caught a iltUe cH Mean Trick of Ballantlne That Prob ably Made Much Trouble for ill Friend Blank. 11a., was in Washington forty-sevent- h """ nttn'compound Add KriYtaff . wM.-ker- ,r' to each meal and at bed shaken SURRENDERS ONLY TO DEATH J, Thlt ilmpl remedy la ... of moil cffectlvo known The L nation will bo felt after Animal, Permlttlna Not Even Mem J0"8, tera of Family to Go to H, ant few It Chloroformed, DyOF GEOGRAPHY. J, MATTER ing Betide Friend. .. Bed-aid- syrup of .t nun nunpn Torli com these to a half flat ol . snd use n table-tr,t- ! DRIVE8 ALL FROM REMAINS OP MASTER WHO SAVES HIS LIFE. otlv ,bcte the 1 OflO foot kvel of the tea." ' ECZEMA l.V afnan'l bit. HIM. Wordr.-,an- COVERED n". Torture Wat Beyond .. umy. ww" eh... rhaualnn In 24 Hourt and -B- elieved Slept Cured by Cutleura In Month. frcni bead to foot. I wa sick i!x r. .'h and what I suffered ttpi fwutd not tell. I could not r night becauto of that riwp day lUr'nic, whtn I did tleep It oat .rrrniv jcvrn years old. and yean sro I was taken with oc- tet (or frca theer exhauttlon. I was cats of rrltallon; It wa crcn In tj tci' Tho doctor' medicine iftctd l t aVo rao worto and I ot if my mind. I Rot a itoMt itUI ti C'lcu-- a Soap. Ointment and I ed them pcralalcntly Huclus That night I r hourt. ftwe-'- y I'fant. tho flrtt solid !la .i.vt' . r hid had for six taonlh. W. Harrison Ii t nra h i was cured. faith, M' h 5 o. N. Y, Feb. 3, 1908." Nw bnt a CUa. Corp, Bute I'rvpc, Uwtco. m e: ft-- irt n T One Tt S z'sr school lessen wat from r twitch teaenca tnat II Hit i fva trc'hor e'rlko you on one cheek. en-dir- e rooitc-.- J -- .u (hp other alio and Jchinr t-- 'l listeued to hU toncher rrrr iueu iirir vuijo iud irttiiiuuitvu till fact, ccd after the leeton tho roo to make a few re- - Wit Cnough for Johnny. etca f.r aeventy time tcven. uru. W'o before Cletclund, (WLoyal unto death." would bo an npprourlato Inacrlntloi for tho hendatono over tho gravo ol Cnplnln, a full blooded Irlth tetter, were be to bo given the aepulchui ho deterred, And were John Murphy hit matter, allvo today, douUlcae II would bo u. For tho dog gnvo up lilt life Jcaloualy guarding hU mattcr'i body. Fifteen yeara ago Mr. Murphy picked up on the ttrect and carried honitt a half ttnrrcd, ahlvetlng puppy Tbe two beenmo Inaonarablo and when Mr. Murphy beenmo 111 tho dog Intlttod upon sleeping In hit room at nlglit. When hit matter died tho dog teemed to know Inatlnctlvcly. The animal' grief wna pitiable. When niembcra of tho family (ought to take Mlin from the room tho dog sprang upon tho bed, crouched bealdo the body, and fiercely refuaed to permit any ono to approach. When the undertaker arrived to take charao of the body th dog nt tncked him viciously and droro him quickly from tho room. Then Captain returned to hla vigil on tho bed, growl Ing tavagely when any ono approached Mcmbera of tho family, whom the dog had known for years, were per mlttcd to enter tho room, but not to approach tho bed. A atop In thnt dl rectlon wat a algnal for Captain to In angry menace. Kor an hour tho relatives of the dead man sought to pacify tho dog and Induco him to leavo tho bed. Kvery effort met with failure. Jntl aa often a ono nearcd tho body the animal would rlae and prepnro tc aprlng upon him. One after anothci they tried without avail to make friend with tho animal, and finally all gave It up. Some ono remembered after a time that John Donahue, a close friend ol tho dead man, had also been a favor Ite of Captain . Donahuo was sum' moned. Captain remembered Don' him, though ahtie and welcomed charily. When ho went up to the rlc LcTi,' ho teeicrr,- bit blra bnck?" Jiat onco!" promptly xred J.hnnr Delineator. t jn -' r tald. "bow many boy to atrlke xou an- - flemoved. to be remored ictmi tva Huilaon river IS or 20 cite c.,-&rd, Juit elsht mile mth ct Ut-.- t 1'olot, where a lareo tract cf labat been purcbaaed and itutc! iccral hundred convlcta tu tc a 'k nc for two year. Ttefr. fn'. prison was alao built by rat, 'i ,a 1 with material found tie -- r3s, but, nlthougu It baa U et ig J every few ycari, and la tow c;- - d the larectt pcnltcntlarlea b tie ;r.J It li not Urge enough. Sl:i Sing S.ng to Do S j ruon la ;c -J r She Could h ess v.ave of tie fairy, I can mako W Not. my wand." nay you grow young to register hit airship patent Capt. Chaso Is beat known as tho inventor of the hoop-skirDltcutelng tho remark- Neeleet of a couch or cold often lead to serious troublo. To break up ablo success, Capt. Chaso said to a hour and cure reporters a cold In twonty-fou- r 'Tho success was duo to tho any cough thnt Is curablo mix two of skirt's strangeness. Ilko Women ounces of Glycerine, a virgin Oil of rlno compound pure nnu strange things. Dy catering to womolcht ounces of nuro Whltky. Take a en, by studying their tatto a man can tcaspoonful every four hour. You can twist tlipm around his finger.' Tho veteran officer smiled. buy theto at any good drug ttoro ana "Dallantlnc," in ho said, "came catlly mix them In a largo bottle. lato to a tong recital In Palm Deach, and there wasn't a vacant teat In the PROOF POSITIVE. houto, 'Iiallantlno noticed Mrs. Jcromo Tllank. Mrs. Jerome Dlank, ho knew, had a very handsomo husband that sho kept strict watch over sho didn't liko him to attoclato with any of tbe fair sex. "Iiallantlno, edging near to Mrs. Wank, who had an oxccllent scat, said In a loud volco to a friend: 'Who was that uncommonly pretty girl I saw Jcromo Dlank talking to on tho pier?' In about four seconds Mrs. Dlank I believe I onco had the plcasuro of was gone, and Iiallantlno waa seated comfortably In her chair." meeting your wife, "If you consider It a pleasure, It As to the Hestlan Fly. was not she. The Hcaalan fly It a Herman product which was conceived In iniquity and NEW 8TRENGTH FOR WOMEN'S born In sauerkraut It It a long, rangy BACKS. fly with a blto like a steel trap, and It lays a palo blue, oblong egg at the How to Make a Dad Back Botttr. rate of 30,000 an hour. The Hessian fly will cat anything from decayed Women who suffer with backache. bearing down pains, dizzy spoils and custard plo to a glass Inkwell, but Its neck that constant feeling favorite dlah Is tho double perform of a a gent This bird can of dullness and tired' fat on sticky nets, will find hope crooking Its toes, and Is proof without against in tho advice of Mrs. rough on rats, the daisy fly killer, and Mary Hlnson of 21 Strothcr St, Mt a strychnine hypodermic No Hessian fly Sterling, Ky. "Had but was over known to dlo of anything old age, which accounts for the I not used Doan' of ever Kidney Pills. I be- - color uponIts whiskers. It Itstay fattens your Jowl, It will until living today," say llcvo I would not bo Man- "My eyesight was poor. removed by the undertaker. Mrs. Hlnson. cheater (la.) Press. I suffered with nervous, splitting head' aches, spots would danco beforo my Lost In Antiquity. eyes nnd at times I would bo so dizzy A little fellow who had just felt tho would have to grasp something for bard side of the slipper turned to support. My back was so weak and bis mother for consolation. painful I eould hardly bend over to hut- "Mother." ho asked, "did grandpa ton my shoes and could not get around thrash father when he was a little s Kid' boy?" without suffering soverely. Doan ney Pills helped mo from tho first, and "Yes," answered his mother, lm I continued until practically well prerstvely. again." "And did his father thrash him Itemembcr the name Doan'a. Sold when he was Uttlol" by all dealers. 0 cents a box. rotten "Yes." Mllburn Co., Duffalo, N. V. "And did his father thrash hlmr "Yes." Mistake Somewhere. A pause. A story comet from a Kentucky "Well, who started this thing, any town that Is worth repeating. There way" Caseell's Saturday Journal. a woman who says that lives tbcro Relics of the Stone Age. she bat Immediate communion with During excavations conducted near the Almighty, and now and then de livers to thoso of common clay a mes Willendorf, on tho Danube, by the presage that she has received from on historic section of tho Austrian Naturhigh. Tho fact that theso messages al History museum, a chalk flgurino, sometimes toko on a very materlalls 11 centimeters high, has been discovtic hub does not alter their effective-- ered in a stratum containing Instruments nnd weapons characteristic of nets. In her opinion. Ono day aho wont Into tho office of tho stone age. The flgurino shows a well known attorney and approached traces of having been painted and rephtm solemnly na ono about to reveal an resents a female figure, with remark-sblprecision of artlstlo execution. secret "Tho Lortl sent mo to you for $25,' Important to Mothers. sho announced. Examine carefully every bottle of Tbe attorney looked up and smiled CASTOIII A. n saf o and sure remedy for "That must bo a mlatakc." ho ro- - Infants and children, and see that It plled, blandly, "becauso the Lord Dears tho knows I havo not got It." Celestial communication was there SIgnaturo upon brokon off. In Use For Over .'10 Years. Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought Capt J. P. Chnso of Veteran City, last month t. a llltlo cold That was all. (Puck.) hoon-sklrt- s half-ounc- o from TOmnn'a nllmcnta nro Invited to wrlto to tho names antt addresses hero given, for riosltlvo proof tliat Lydla E. J'inMiara'g Vcgetablo cbmpottnd 1och euro femalo Ills. Tiimnp ltM.nnvA.1. T. Dallon, TtosteM.. Chicago, Ill.Mri. Altena Bxrllss, 11 Luag- - noahee,A1a.-Mra.Wm.Tullr.vysOsd.nAT. ri. Clileaso, don HtreeU W. lll.-M- Mndley, Klmler. Iml.-- Mn. N.Y.-M- rs. 8. J. Ilartwr. Wm. nnTtSiitKrf.' (Jornwnllrllle, N.Y.-- n. c:inclnnatl,O..Mri.W.IC.IIauib,7niutileir.V llllwauk,ri;.-M- n. Unmk IuiM, tii lit St., Cernu. Kim.-lt- rs. May Try. Wolla Olfford Deiman.-Keott- , Sooth U(Ttle fttreet. hosti, Knntarky. Mrs. JJrunkfleld, Mo.-M- ra. 8. Market 81. , rittrv)-jN,l,-M. nn1, (Ihansenf I.lfe. Ind.-M- is. Borah tunslgiiont, Wm. Somerrllla, rtsd Certla, lOlt 8. tittle llollan.l. SOT 133 5107 ,u rjnma ifraper. Virr l aw, jiicii. yinihlnff, MlcU.-M- rs. Jir. Hurt !yd, B.T.S. Na S ; care o( I . A. Sanborn, K. J, Jones. CoffreTllle, MlM.-- M Jlora Ahr, l3C3Erst) Cincinnati, Ohlo.-M- n. Street. Oer.land. Ohio -- MIm IJxile SUlfer, test Fleet ATenne.S.K. Teslenrine,I'a.-Mrs.MeeJeFjter,n.F.Ii;erafm.-7,Tenn.-MLno Milliard, 1U1.L Mayme Wlndla. llsyfleld, VSL-- r. Irreiriilarlty. It.rrln, Ill -- Mrs. Chaa. Koliet. llambareii Arena. T- Oarrett, KJIvtolrl.la, Pa. Mr. North Unmet Htret. Carl Ihthlke. Kawukum, WU.-U- n. It - Woreeater, llai. Mri. Doijlra Cots, 117 Southiate Htrcet. Indiana palls, Ind. .Mrs. A. r. Anderson, 1337 R. l'ratt Htrett. nig llun, l'a. Mr. W. It Tooler, Atvater fitatlon, O. Mr. Anton Mnethanpt. Clnrlnnatl, Ohlo.-S- In. K. 11. Madducki, S13 tillbert ATenue. Moji.lor., Ohio Mn. hen staneen, Ilol 131. A. A. (Ille. lXwlttTlll, N.Y.-M- rt. Johmtown.N. Y. Sin. Homer N.Beaman, IDS r. .Main Street. peter Lftngcnbatin. Eurtontleir, HL-lt- ra. AoM Opeirntlons. ITampitead, MA-Jos. II. Dandy. Adrian, Ua. Lena V. Ilenrr, lUiute No. 3. V. Tlper.a) South Indianapolis, In r5nlTlllo,KT. lira. Samt,3SSIFonrth St. Booth West Harbor, JIln. Mrs. UllUn Itobtlm, Mt, llAMrl I.tRtit Btatlnn. Detroit. Mich. -- Mrs. rrloda Sosenaa, Ul MtUnua Arenae, Otrmaiu Ornnle DlaplneementS. Mottsr.Hli.-M- n. Miry Hall. IJgonler, Ind. Mrs. Klfta Wonl.lLF.n.Kn.a. Melbonrnn, Iowa. Mrs. Clara Watermann, lt.F.U.Ko.1. narditOTn, Kt. Mr. Joaeph Halt. lwliton, Maine. Mrs. Henry Clontler, K Oiford Street. Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs. John O. Moldln, Zlta Soeond Street, N. (Shamrock, Mo. Joale UXm, R.F.D. Ko. It Addison BtriMt, Tnternltr Trnnhla. May Heat, Winchester, Ind.-,M- rs. nberloh, II. F.T. Wa.1V Drer, Baltimore, Md. Mrs. W. 0. Ford, VU Lao. rlowne Htreet. Boxbnry, Htreet. Clark, 1 ile, MoaMlsa Anna Wallae. (lujiilllo, Ohlo.-H- rs. nl.i Michael, n.F.TJJb Uijton, Ohio. Jlr. Icta Mala, Hoi 2?, Ka-- -j 9 llonal MUltary Home. . tshanon, l'a.-M- rs. Horry I lUttle, 333 LatV man Htreet. , Sikes,Tenn. Mlnnlollall. Hetrolt,Mlcn. Mn.LooUo JttnjJJChastBa', B'- OTurlnn Tronhle. Vlneennes. Inl. tlrs. Sjl. H. Jaraold, 6M X. Tenth Btrect. B. A. Williams, K. K, Oardiner, Malne.-M- rs. II. No. lit Hoi 39. rhllade)phla, l'a.-M- rs. Cbas. Iloell, 9407 X. ClsrnetBtrect. , riatuburg, X. two-ste- KJ. Mrs. Geo. Jordy, EontaNo., IIOX40. Chester. Ark. Mrs. EUa Wnod. T. A. Urlbb. Ocllla, Oa.-- Mr. May Marh11,Tt.it41. 1'endleton, In.l.-M- ra. Cambridge, Neb.-M- ra. Nellie M inlander. Horlton, IloxZX Theso women aro only a few of thousands of living witnesses of tho power of Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound to euro femak diseases. Not ono of these women over received compensation in ant form for tho uso of their names in this advertisement but are willing, that wo should refer to thorn becauso of tho good they mar do othor suffering women to provo .that Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vcgetablo Compound is a rcliablo and honest medicine, and that tba statements made in our advertisements regarding its merit aro tho truui ana nouung duc tno truui. Female 'XVeakneso. WlUlmantlc, Conu. Mrs. Ktu Donoran, Ba 230. Wondilde, I,tho.Mrs. IUeliel .Tohnicm. llocklarHl, Maine.-M- rs. W1U Toons, 0ok nmbia Arenue. ReotUllle. 1C Smith, 431 Kim St. Hayton, Ohlo.-- Mr. , Kile, ra.-M- rs. J. F. Kndllch, P. K. 1. No.T. Hearer Falls, ro.-M- rs. Boyd, that W. Setenlh Arcane. ralrehance,Fa. Mrs.T. A.Hnnham.Iloi 19. Fort Hunter, Jane Ehatto. Earl, l'a. Mrs. AncnstasI.yon,K.FJ).t Vienna, W. Vo. Mra. Jim ma Wheaton. TTerrnns IVoatratlon. Oronoo, Mo. Mrs. Mae McKnlght, Camden, N J.-M- rs. XUlte Waters, K.1 Liberty Street. Joseph, Oregon .Mr. Alice Hoffman. 1'hlUdelphla, l"x Mrs. John Joluuton, Jat Blejel Btreet. Mary Wood, B.7.B. Christiana, Tcnn.-M- rs. No. X recos, Texas.-M- rs. Ada Toon. Fjjletton. uranueruie, vs. jirs.Loaa. uareiay, lurjav rtl . Eheumaiic tIsIB aslolalaH MT laffjlV asjlflnprr II How's This? "Eir;:e rr.e" renllcd tho woman. cur kind offer. If you tii aa trbg y. .'U to rao at my preacnt a aip WUt. " I'VlllllCtI IViUlU travel lack through pyrography, nnt iT.gd of brldgo. Uio habit xi. tbe t'ralcht front, halloon I -- . uu flV.fc IU9 IHUI ' cb rcmc L.ler -- Wt off On llundmS PoC&r m of CaUnb Ul cAnnot t auriB Cur. The Sprang Upon the Bed Crouched Betide the Body. Dog tf. f h tmdntrol. hr Upward tor art ciuxU br 1UU1 . rt lnoft P. J. Ctar&tr !m,!ti! Cnntaln nuahed a cold mux - SOME HARD Woman Ceti Rid of KNOCKS "Coffee Heart. "e Injurious action of Coffee, .. on tha 'f Pkjtlclant to bo '(be. TLl. iu n, Ui la A cauted bv caf v. Woman ' the tllfrornl n Inne lima mlth iom ncr tno mutt giro up cof-- . i that waa tho principal cauao htart troublo and finally her troutla . or- ,- ri.01.0 llr heart u ....i i t ork properly. My huaband did not revive. ooll tomcMmcs havo to carry mo Raved bv His Horto, 8cbcc, Mo. Dragged safely across De,cr breathe again. it, Rxiio river br his hurso as ho Tit doctor told mo that coffeo wi while ono 8thetkneisof myhcart, .1 gripped tlo reins withdown hnnd,stream I . t .In.. It ..... tho swent uul 11 "cemca t hi. nirn wn 11 u" "tll I wat down before hit oyet to her death, was the experience of Bnmuoi cates, an ngeu thero'and llnrnard farmer. Tho couplo wero river In order that they "y ""'band brought W. u? .t.?". 1,e:lura nnJ 1 lult coffee might reach Dover fair grounds before Iho crowds began to arrive, wnuii wie 1 uo not .ntr of tho river, swollen by the "avo any nead r"'' 0r the n innlt. lk ....L lifting of n coffer dam gate nboTO, o know it u in.i.,.n ,t,n . rk their seat. Mrs. mat The Dr tald tho othor dav. swept .them from quumy recovereu Cates' body was gbl you would 110 what . but life could not bo rectuiea. ul?w ""."i 10 W0Gh 92 Pound - .1 TlHil WlVll. r !T'Ja has ilono imiftK . i TTjo great tidal waves observed at 1 back to coffee again Marseilles, lranco, Juno IB, 1909, an' u ,1 -- for 1 Relievo It would pear . .....A I.Ann rnn.n,t liv till. Hn. 10 uum ww.. liluluY1' pl chargo of the at U eii ti, t'oatum mutt usually high olectrlon 1.HAau In tinf '" .i. "1 crcordlnu to direction! atmoapiicro which in.,..' Xh'n It has n rich navour existed during tho period of tho onrth la fluo." dovasted tho south ol quakes which .,..... ... ... Th enviue, iouna Franco. Tho powerful attraction ex 'tt. ,. Th" v caeon." erted on tho tmrfaco of tho earth bj '"r H nuifi uiUtii a this ejeclrlo chargo caused earth quakes op land and tidal waves In the nt. ' ,rU, full Qt kUWK n ....... t, BU-- . tlo against his dead matter's colder Dut, at fnco and whined miserably. tho suggestion of Donahue's disturbInir Ihn bodr tlin bristles roto along his back and tho ominous growl re turned. Donahuo retired for a conference with the family. "It will ho hard to An it" tin ftnld. and tbcro was a sus picious quaver In III voice, "but that dog will novcr bo tnKcn rrom iuo oaa alive," Somo ono hurried to a near .inn. atnrn nnd nrocured a bottle Donahuo saturated a of chloroform. sponge and went back to captain ana his dend. A few momenta later the dog was carried out uuconsclous. Its CrtbM W kUl DtWIMM liTUUsuuonaj auiu jmamian to carrr out nr cDiiraiiona mo or uh tX W holrul DnittUta ToMo. O. VCttDaT TTartu rvlrrH Pur is tAlVMa Hrrctir upon lb tkM and mucotjj aurrkcrt of U II wflU pot num. TrctlmoAlmts Mi Xrto. torn. Pout Sbr til Druaruu. nwupfcw. TAM ll&U ttuaur rum for Refuted. of it! Ono person in every 37 in Knglnnd Is a pauper!" "Why, John," sho returned, "It Isn't so. I met moro than 37 peoeple In I)ndon last summer, and thcro wasn't a pauper In tho lot I" "Just think ' As we get older the blood becomes sluggish, the muscles and joints stiffen and aches and pains take hold easier. Sloan's Liniment quickens the blood, limbers up the muscles and joints and stops any pain or ache with astonishing promptness. Mrs. Daniel H. Dieiil, of Mann's Choice. R.F.D..-K0-. 1. Pa., write' -t- f-. '' " Please tend me a bottle of Sloan't Liniment for rheumatism and stiff iointi,v. V ' . .. ... . ever 1Knew iot can I.1 uo wimoui. u, m . 1 - .L t 1. xi is toe uesi icracuy 1 :. Jj--- - Proof that it is Best for Rheumatism. i Also for Stiff Joints. on Brought Their Relatione. Small Nettle, teeing somo large In sects on tho back porch, asked what they woro, and was told that they were vices. ants. Tho next morning she discov ered a number of small ants among Wlgg tbe largo ones, and exclaimed: "Oh. such-samamma, tho aunts havo brlnged their Wagg llttlp nieces with them today!" way Into Record. Take a hint, do your own mixing. Rough ltats, being til poison, ono lie box will iprt-aor male CO to 100 little cakes that will kill 500 or more rats and mice. It'a the unbeatable exterminator. Don't die in the house, lleware of imitations, substidetutes and catch-penurtady-for-use - 2100 Morris Ave., Birmingham, Abu, write 1 ' I am glad to say that Sloan's Liniment has done me more good for atisf Joints than anything I hire ever tried." Mr. Milton Wheelek, W Finis. Scribbler's stories all have endings. Yes, they generally find their tho wastebasket Philadelphia-- Srcn. used by Mother Clray, a nurse In Children's Home. New York, cure Bum- Btomach TrouUlen, Tcellilnp Disorder nnd Sample is s u ttuNUra frit rnll lcsiroy mailed orm.KUKU-- . . f' Address Allen & For Colds and Grlpp Capudlne. The t remedy for Qrlpp and Colds Is Hicks' Capudlne. Relieves the nrlilnij nnd fiverlsltnes. Cure the cold Headaches 10, Immediately also. It's Uquld-KfTr- cts ZS and Wc at Drue Uteres. tx-sf happiness, Some peoplo's cast-oHe that does a baso thing In zeal clothes, would make for his friend burns tho golden thread Ilko their cost-ofsome other people very happy. that tics their hearts together. Strong Winds and Sand Storms lOVTNi:OI.V.CTTllATCOl'niI run Into and sua cause granulation of tbe eyelids. POTTirS Ii fwrtjiiulr rocki luur Uqiu-ilu- is the qickest and best remedy for Rheumatism, Sciatica, Toothache, Sprains, Bruises and Insect Stings. Price 25c, COc., and $1.00 at All Dealers. Send for bloan't Free llook an Horses. Address Liniment tsSslcrl DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. Sloan's tjk'i? 'urilatall4tuslH. Many a man suspects bis neighbor as ho suspects himself. Mrs. Wlnilow's Hoatlilna; Rrnn. aura., l teetblnrf. suMtni Iha QjUu. for tWldrta allaipaln.cl--llntJckUitU. nam.Uou, to-f4 KYKSALVB soothes and quickly relieve. All druggibts or Howard Uros., liullalo, X. Y, The surest proof of being endowed with noblo qualities Is to bo freo from envy. La llochefoucault If a man Is a liar it Is usoless to tell him so. He know it all tho time. has no aubullutv. ho Btbrr remMflswraveUTeor tor thcnmatlim, lumlMKu, allncaa, D.uruUla imIJ ol an 7 wrt. IhiluplnZM iJ a4 MM WiUes. A cynlo Is a person who makes a specialty of tolling tho truth. " - The spirits fall to materialize at a temperance tcnuco. iw n.KW'a lie aunt Vllrta rrf state iwl aimuach, Hr ana Uiw.li. Onj7iriiula, ai; toUin. IxtbuWly. Often tho milk of human kindness tastes of tho can, IntUt-ora- le runny n.tvw l'AiNKii.i.Kit ..!. :, mmm. Ueiiucrrancau. BsKause of thoso ugly, grUily, gray halra. U "LA GRKOLE" HAIR IUSTORKR. PRICE, SI.CO, retail. BAKING HINTS. The Excitable Man, TO AILINQ women, Behind tho counter, In tho business Never plnco a pan or pnpor over office, In nn argument, or on tho bat- - n cake whllo baking ns It ts almost A Little oound Advie. w tlo field tho cxcllnblo mnn Is n verit- suro to rnuso tho cak to"fall." Ho Is tho follow who not make When tho oven ts too hot plnco a able nuisance Avcr's Sarsaparilla docs not stimulate. It docs next. It hon ho vessel of cold water therein, or tip goes off half cocked, nnd you feci better one day, then as bad as ever the always puts his foot tho oven door a llttlo, being careful Ono of tho chief blessings of nil opens his mouth after you stop using t. Kiuneys ro ,,,v Is not a strong drink. No reaction In It. Wise peoplo nro very enreful to avoid draft. ',,0M1 steady, homes la good cooking. off In the " Hint they don't get associated with At a certain stngo n slight Jar wilt tM There is not a drop of alcohol in it. You have the kidneys are well. aro a Hcmlivc. Mnko yourself hnppy by seeing tho him In any kind of business. If ho causo n tlellcnto cake to fall, thereeven gain that comes from a strong tonic ami He best people, nnd things about you. Is a foreman nnywhero ho hnrnsses fore bo very careful when working Kleiner. n.l i.i.j.... . " lr We wish you would ask your doctor aboiilthis. U everyone tinder and does llttlo good nrouud the stova nnd do notinovo nnd A womnn with n secret sho must swollen Trust him. Do as he says. knows. thoso nbovo him. Ho does not tho cake until tho bnklng process Is If 'ollow. This of t W keep Is tho moat unhnppy of mortals, for know how to handle horses or men. well nlong. of bearing dow.. but sho does not remain so very long. which Is to bo used for rnko backache, for ho makes them both bnlky, nnd Butter sldmhe ,c i Half tho things wo gronn over" at doesn't get out of them half thnt Is should novcr bo melted beforehand; onlng also eau.es he.dMh night will right themselves by to- In them. Tho excitable man Is n a "sad" flat cako Is often tho direct His. languor. nmou.r ' fnllnro for he Jumps nt conclusions result of using melted butter. Always morrow night, If let nlono. mniic nam nnd becomes entlihslnstlc over tri rub the butter nnd sugar together ....v.. Much more happiness Is found In fles. Thoso are to bo pitied who unvrinc to Is formed. until n cream iri.i... tun. a r, m, d i.. KOU'i . i ma, ......ii tho homes where tho little courtesies serve under him. nnd tho excitable Sponge-rnkand all other mado sick khlm... v.. - .. ",l nt of life nro observed, for It Is, after Mho sen on Is nlso n nuisance to his without butter, always requlro n llttlo tho kidneys gt bnt. , ... . . nil, tho little things Hint mnko our boss. Tho oxcltable man Is always salt, no matter whether tho directions will return wh,n the k.J. i . 7 lives pleasant or unpleasant. using his gnb. such as It Is. Ho for- cnll for It or not. When butter I IM a Hickman nomsn t ll'jo, .vJ Hon- - much trouble ho avoids who gets what Is often written, thnt tho used tho salt contained therein Is Doan's Kidney mil, Iocs not look to seo whnt his neigh- man who speaks too llttlo Is very usually sufficient. A half teaspoon Mrs. It. 1.. urates, shi. . "u After one has exercised clue prudence nnd or does, or thinks; but rare. The wise mnn's words nre ns ful or salt to n quart of tho cako bat Hickman. Kv bor snys, i v.. Kvory tor Is about right only to soo what he does himself, goads, few nnd well ordered. tttck Of kltlnnv fr,.i.Ki .l . care in making his will, as every property owner Lttj ft Bud O render ran benr testimony to what thnt tt mny bo Just and puro. my back to bm.iu, mr wo say. Ho cnu count sevornl In his should, and in selecting his executor so that his weak. Headaches Wo havo for salo In West Hickman crc trlW , Idlers with wngglng tongues pick own circio who nre rnuity in mis plcco ot Mi tlriMl ami fnnt- it am. requests will be carefully and strictly carried on climbers for gossip practice. Wash matter, perhaps himself. Tho euro near Mcthcny's store, a flno Ington mnrched through n cloud ot for this weakness la honest thought. resldcnco property. Owner bas good days to finish tay houo0rk through, the important question is a place to ft,- - UK nuum iKWin MiIb y h.li, criticism from llrnddoek'a defeat to Think twice before you speak ouco" reasons for selling. It will tako Iest HlllMir.s Drot Btore scs 800 to trade. I'roperty cost moro to Helm his farewell address. 'TIs tho shin hns been commended nnd disobeyed keep it. Improved and will I.rocurcu a wu til y rid ns tf tfc Ing mark thnt nlwnys innkes tho best In all tho generations. All stutter thnn this. Well lameness In my is, k rciurd B, target. This Is for certain peoplo In ing comes from wanting to say too bear closo Inspection. I'art tlmo. As there is always more or less danger in strength and made ! touZk fM Realty Co. Hickman to note. quickly. Tho Hickman Courier much and saying It too me to do my hous. wcik ,:hcitt leaving a will or other valuable papers around the guu thnt goes off hnlfcockcu wo Nothing more contemptible, unman iiiruiiTcnicuce. 1 isn 'ruj-c!MJ fire-proaway. It Is dangorous. The vault house why not store yours in our that Doan's Kldnty ly or unwomanly nnd craven than the throw Uatflu same disposition should bo made of mo moro than artltj tin (Ttr sighing for hnpplncss. where it will be absolutely safe there is no charge excitable man. Send him to tho used." Thoso who hnvo tho most of It think tho n Many a merchant has lost for this service at Kor sale by all dealeri, Mm U tho least about It. Hut In tho think' rear good customer and much money by Ing about and doing their duty hap cents. wagging of his tongue. n plness comes, becauso tho heart and tho excitable Co., Buffalo, Ki -Speaking unadvisedly with his lips I THEYork, sole agents for the I'sltH mind aro occupied with earnest thot a common error, nnd ns destructive States. that teaches at n thousand points the peace nnd prosperity as Is Is Remember the ctme Dou'i-- uj beautiful and sublime realities of tho to our common. Tho cool, calm fellow does take no other. universe. OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY. of persons not tell half ho thinks 8n,ualor Is the outward expression and things. It would itoicr do; the Capital and Surplus, FOR SALE: A small firm, om of hopeless and unrelieved poverty fat would be In tho fire. You havo mile from town, all In cnlilmUh poor made hasty and ugly remarks about But it Is not needed for tho a fine one for truck firmlot Wis man's house to bo squalid. On tho somebody. You havo dono moro than bo sold on easy terms All nrteuuj care, and that. You havo made them your contrary, with Industry and comfort Improvements. This office. Make your home tho bright service of a healthy wife enuror forever. Swell your Income tho tiniest cottage may at times be by good words, for It Is not n bad able and cheery by outfit an nbodo In which tho most dainty way. Magnify the good and let tho ing it with bright, new fur could pass n short tlmo with pleas evil pass. many bouses niture and fixture. We uro. On tho other hand, becomo squalid without tho excuse are displaying a new and "CREAM OF THE WHEAT' THE LATEST SCHEME. miserable as It Is, of abject poverty, complete line of home fur Thus, whllo wo may fairly rank pov We note tho following In ono of Sold by most grocers. Every sack or barrel positively guar crty, as n main causo of squalor. It our exchanges: "Tho latest of fakes nishings at our anteed or your money back. Nothing equal to it for fine pastry. Is not absolute nbsenco of money ts practised on farmers by a man Just think whil yeu to3.J Take no substitute. A less expensive but good flour is our high have in case your pitptity iboc.J which is tho chief causo. Cleaning who visits tho placu and claims that grade patent ''STAR." Try it 1 Also corn chops, wheat bran ,etc. go up (n irrnke, when tt joacjr Is neglected; nnd whatever bo the ho has been sent out by tho State ried a policy in cne o( ray cm bulldlug, and however It bo finished to examine fruit treo diseases. Tbo C. H. BESHERS, (Successor to Bcshers & Jackson) panics you would cave tosttcir; In which constant cleaning Is omltcd fellow will go over the orchard and to itarth vith again dust accumulates, unexplained stains mark all trees which bo claims aro Don't put tbii mailer c!f ct make their appearance, and a pro affectod. Shortly after his visit, a gress, moro or less rapid as tho case confederate wilt appear and say that you may be loo lale, may be, sets up toward decay and dl ho has a preparation which will euro lapldation. tho disease for which tho treo Is R. T. TYLER, Agent. Whal Do You Need ? condemned, nnd will contract to In Ject a fluid Into tho roots for a cer Sewing Machines Woman In Adversity. tain price. Both men nro swindlers Clocks nnd should bo run off the place with Women should bo moro trusted and Dressers, plain and fancy a shotgun." confided in as wives, mothers and Bed Springs sisters, They havo as quick pcrccp Cots FOR SALE: $375 cash takes tho tion of right nnd wrong, nnd without Wall Paper always knowing why, rend tho pres building and lot formerly used as an Window Shades ent nnd future, rend characters and offlco by tho Southern Wood Supply Rugs, Art 8quares acts, designs and probabilities, where Co. Tho houso could not bo built for Lace Curtains HlCKUAN, KT. Now is the time to lay in your winter's supply of man sees no letter or sign. What else this money. If you want a bargain Carpet Paper adage "mother talk quick. This offlco. do wo mean by tho Smoothlnj Irons COAL. Don't wait until the cold wave flag Rnnms and Board wit," savo that woman has a quick Heating Stoves reminds you of your negligence. readier Invention er perception and Cooks and Ranges Large, coa- bv the day or week than man 7 How often, when man Iron Beds fortable roomi bath in conoccuM abandons tho helm In despair, woman Children's Beds seizes It, and carries tho home-shiGranltewaro Reasonable Ratei!! through tho storm I Man often files Bon Blankets, Comforts Coal family to avoid lm from homo and Mattresses pending poverty or ruin. Rocking Chairs of all kinds Restaurant Stools Woman seldom, if over, forsook novcr evaded Children's Rockers homo thus. Woman Stove Pipe, Stove Buckets mere temporal calamity by suicide or Chlffonelrs desertion. Tho proud banker, rather Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam Wood Beds than live to sco his poverty gazetted and Anthracite Coal, upon application. Bed Springs may blow out his brains and leave Princess Dressers wifo nnd children to want, protector E. High Chairs loss. Window Glass, all sites Loving womnn would havo counsel Sewing MacKt'nt Stove Repairs led him to accept poverty, and live Vienna. W. Va. "I feol that I owe runs lighter thin any INCORPORATED. Trunks, all sizes to cherish his family and retrlevo the last ten years of ray life to Lydla other. E. l'lnkham'B Vegehis fortune. Womnn should bocoun table Compound. Is tho It soiled and confided In. Eleven years ago I ii beauty and glory of her naturo that was a walking last longer than any shadow. I had been It Instinctively grasps at and clings CLUDBING RATE 8. Make the Farm More Attractive. other. under the doctor's to tho truth and right. carebutgotnorelief. The Hickman Courier nnd tho St. You can do this by Installing a Ilenson, man's greatest faculty will My husband or ) tab Louis mo to try telephone You can make tho sur take tlmo to hcsltata before It de tsniorcbeautitultnin Both ono year for f l.Su rounding on your LydtaE. I'lnkham's farm Just as at cldes; but woman's Instinct never Vegotnblo Comany other. The Hickman Courier and the Bt, tractive to your sons and daughters hesitates In Its decision, and Is sel pound audit worked Louis Republic both as If you woro living In tho heart of dom wrong where it hns oven clmnc like a charm. It reyear for $1.40 a big city. Our excellent one lieved all mv tmlns service and es with reason. Woman feels where 1 advise all suffering d misery. has le vibratioa The Hickman Courier nnd Mem- attractive "Farmers' Line" rates are mnn thinks, acts where ho dcllber to take Lydln E. Pinkham's We xomen (Weekly), not to bo compared with tho benefits ates, hopes whero ho despairs, and Vegetable phis Commercial-Appea- l than any other. Compound." Una. Kuma $1.20 derived. Call the manager. both ono year for Whkaton, Vienna, W Va. triumphs where ho falls. Lydia . I'lnkham's Vegetable ComThe Hickman Courier and tho Bt. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph pound, made from native roots and is easier to operate and Memphis Louis Wo spend our money, ns a rule, for herbs, contains no narcotics or harmCompany, Incorporated. in Commercial-Appea- l than any other. three papers all drugs, and holds tho that which wo like, and wo nro like ful the largest number of actual record cures S1.7G for one year for O that for which wo spend our money of female diseases of any similar mediThe Hickman Courier and llural FOR SALE: A nice residence, ono I may go for fripperies nnd mater cine In the country, and thousands of male a more perfect Route Daily Republic, (to parties on block from Postofflce. The house lalltles that profit nothing. Or It may voluntary testimonials are on file In We carry, In addition to our regetltch than any other. rural routes). A dally paper and a has 6 rooms, two halls, and two qorch bo made representative of that which the xinkiiam laboratory at Lynn. Mass.. iroin women who have been ular stock, a large line of second paper, both one year for only cs; in good repair and a very deslra Is weekly tho true bread of life. cured from almost every form of hand goods which are sold at exI2.G0 bio place. Call at this office. female complaints, Inflammation, isthchestoiallcoo-Llne- tl presence of Intel' Courier and Woman's O The Hickman tumors, tremely low prices. To children, the Irregularities, perlodlo pains, backache, In one. National Dally, both one year for FOR SALE: Ono of the best cor llgent friends In tho houso Is a means aim nervous prostration only IUS ner lots In Hickman now occupied of advuncomeut, a real step In edu inuigesuon suffering woman owes it to Every such SEWING MACHINE Jf' FREE The Hlokaian Courier and Woman's by J. It, Brown's mill; alfco a good cutlon. A family living wholly with herself to give Lydia 12 Pinkham's M CHICAGO Farm Journal, both one year for only combined storo and resldonce. Tho In Itself grows Inevitably narrow vegeiaoie (join no und a trial ; If you would HkoHuootal advice Important as tho schools wo ii.is residence has about 8 rooms. Lot Quito as about your cuso wrltn u confldcn The Hickman Courier and weekly Is 22x100 feet. Will sell worth tho select for our children aro tho friends ttal letter to Mrs. lMnklmui, at F Both for money. Call at Hickman Courlor of- - wo gather around us, In their and Lynn, Mass. Her udvle la free, 1M0 Loulavllte Courier-Journaalways htlyf uL our owu behalf. Hickman, Ky, rise. yw tar. only ...... om Does Not Stimulate TJLJUlIk Jzyz ; nTC Where Do You Keep Your Will and Valuable Papers o 1 u. - t ! of ovor-lastln- g Winter is lit lJ Fostcr-UHbur- HICKMAN BANK $65, 000.00 KJVSI l "SANSPARIEL" FLOUR 1 Do You Carry Fire Insurance MOSE BARRETT, Agent Two l&g Stores COAL! GOAL! i Cottage J Hotel... p - $4.50 Air Lump Tradewater Lump Coal, - - $3.75 - - OWES HER LIFE TO Pinkham's Slogans tiPFREE Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Lydia Vegetable Compound mm ill CASH Globe-Democr- (twlco-a-week- i to-la- v jer-suad- FREE (twlce-a-week- ), CREDIT Sell Furniture ft FREE For LESS MONEY Than cdny House Western Kentucky I FREE Globe-Democr- FREE tiPFREE St l. Louis Fur. Co. sH iGtUD if '..,e " . tutn roVi ' , 6W UVIiiw - -- MiniT will w, print aaaai THE HICKMAN COURIER. Pulh the Commercial Unnnn n nt Gnrrnnn 14 " tho Will Wl WUliOt7)f M i A BLUE MARK HERE mrnnn that your lilt orlptlon linn Mplml. Ilnw promptly ifxou want th pnpr to com to joti ntlrr thta month f CT.J.L 3 H tho Team that NO, 'Vh n 4 M U 14 sua hats aauw a QnanVin u WlUUAIIJ WWVU HnnA Toam A CflJJJt Hrnnrn ihn 17 vino Ui DODO lii 0 liAJOw IV nt Vmtf UUi 4 Mi ByUUf TIfannn Hlrl UiU iM Inn f It CI tliiU Lt OL O 12 ii Lid f fj fj ...nut m irERllf WESTERN KENTU0KT an HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18", 1909. WHOLE ESTABLISHED N0.O474. IN THE TEAH lH5t rr He IF BIG LOT COATS AND VESTS, Size 33 to 36, in four different lots, DRINK MORE WATER. 'Add at least a quart of water to tho amount customnrlly taken nt encli meal If you wish to dorlvo tho maximum efficiency from your food." This water drinking edict has 'gono forth as tho result or testa recently conducted by C. C. Fowler nnd V. lt. Hawk, professors of physlologlcnl chemistry nt tho University of Illinois Tho unanimous opinion of tho medical profession has been strongly antagonistic to the taking of water at meal time. Tho argument of tho physicians Is that water taken In thin way dilutes tho dlgcstllvo Julcos, nnd lowers tho efficiency of thoso fluids, Tho University of Illinois experiments however, nppnrchtly overthrow tho Ideas of mnny doctors. deep-rooted KOUiiu iouk' tock nolo, at hi nmenilincnt was do- - Fa f Corduroy PANTS, nil shades, Peg Top, Roll Bottoms, -- J WhJtc s ro.nl r. f r- -l .. .. .nt r. nnn matorltr. Saturday. 1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00 j .Mmldox nnd wife, of Stnto Toggery 2.50 3.00 3.50 m lli. Vinnii. in tho south. fOR A. Joy Floral Co., tho lnrg II. K. Curll Dunoinor now c Our Men's Furnishings Section just now. ....i.a 0 (. My RENT: hv Ellison Dodda. Tw.j shows up to a splendid advantage The newest accessories for FALL AND WINTER. for men and young men. Broi., Jan. 1st. Union Us returned to l Peck's Suits and Overcoats KNOWN JUST AS GOOD. NONE O j C r t.-- I i'8 r ar town nophuw, Tlno DISFRANCHISE NEGRO. tr. JJ R f cf I to learn that D. V. 8. hot nix. Arlx., who has k is Improving. nicre did you got that now ultl .. . .Ill, I.., ciBldt, tho Tailor, cleaned It up. i.r1 i 1 We present to the Hickmnn Public a superb line of HAWES' HATS for Fnll and Winter, the greatest variety of styles to be had in the city. Three hundred superb styles and beautiful effects in imported and domestic Neck Wear, Hosiery, Suspenders, etc., are here. Fall and Winter weight Underwear, the very best grades. In fact, everything in our haberdashery department can be depended on as the very best of its kind. t ! he new I :.t i Wa i t 1 .3 operator for tho spent Snturdny and homo nt Denver, Tcnu. Coat Sweater Just lota of them in all colors and shades, til A cf ntt unjlc Co., Hickman, Ky. t ztz d uve you money on any eyprtii shingles. See ui or bfore buying. Yatea A Kirk witl Baltzen&Dodd Dry Goods Co. INCORPORATED. 7 Eclipse Shoe Black and Ox Blood, Vici, Gun Metal, Box Calf, Velour and Pat. Leathers, but., lace r''f' tr finds that tho Ilu ii- - s cf J tttlry Ii n dlscuso. Lut It Ii cauhimI, Wu ti t ' i , hardrun Bonn. !t . I.e M 30c to 2.50 3.50 AAA- 400 5.00 AJtAAA.AAAJ - A A AAA A, AA A A Avfc A, A .. i - i, t i livan Kixjiit Bovornl dn) week on builnoaa. : vairo, unu cuiirRe oi r l,,,p,l llox Po ililrlnir Lis' it. 11 i. 8T0CK NOT EXEMPT. Not alonu corn and tho food pro ductn mado from that cereal, but tho WHAT WOULD YOU HAVE DONE i., .... . llckur" pin) a an Important part In ad fxvtato senator and a tho caUao of tho dread pellagra, wan declared nt Columbus, 8. C. laat week imbi riiiiiii iiiii iiiiini mn rEJir i nt tho auvalon of tho national con fereiico on pellnKra, by moro than tioned tho prisoner and went out to Tie Ursrat turnip cvur oon In ono of tho distinguished phyalclaiiB tho homo or hut on tho of In attvndnnco. ? rum uiucv in i unon. 11 And upon theao men who nro met i In clrcumfiToure, to Invcstlgato what to this country rr nrrti una "nnipmui mil' la considered a "now" dlscnso thcro Is a growing conviction, according to aovcrnl of tho apenkeni, thnt pellagra already la making Ita ravages upon hbraos, cows, hogn, etc., as well nB ir. human bolngs. Z Mi;;:T, Li. Hayt dlinl at IxuU distilled ttplrlts of that grain, "corn H .Il r I1IT iUi U lUIllL'UL'lUlll In Knnnas City a man wna nrrust cd for stealing from tho register of n telophono box. Tho thief! Hut wait. Tho newspaper man saw a good story behind tho arrest. Ho quesout-sklr- desperation ho broke Into tho tele- phono box and was caught. Tho newspaper man, an arch angel In breeches, told tho story In his paper. He put somo heart In tho story. Tho effect! Tho police Judge refused to hold tho man when the telophono man said ho would not prosecute. An under taker said ho would furnish tho cor PLENTY OF GAME. Tho hunting season In Kentucky opened In full blast Monday. Birds nnd other game aro moro plentiful In Fulton county than In many years. Whllo tho wet weather of tho Spring drowned the first broods of quail to wi-IkI- E. R. Ellison's If a great extent, tho second batch re paired the damage. Many of tho birds however, have not fully developed Squirrels are in abundanco, 'possums and coons aro thick and saucy, and as for rabbits, there Is no limit to them. Ducks and geese aro plentl ful on both river and lake, and water Bhootlng will soon bo nt Its best. qai r at rivrr iiia O The Naylor Mercantile Co., A HOT ONE. CASH STORE , It is very evident that somo attorneys practising In tho courts of Fulton county havo no regard for a business man's time. Witnesses or Jurymen aro often summoned to appear at court right on the "dot," and after getting there, aro forced to wait anywhere from ono to three hours for lawyers to "got ready." Thero is no reasonable excuse for this delay; tho lawyers ought to do their "getting ready" at their own expense, and not take a man from his business and let him wait hours whllo they quibble about this, that and the other. They xbould be Just as responsible for the delay of a trial as a Juryman or witness. There Is no need of robbing twenty men of a whole, day's time, for two hours work. No small amount of kicking Is being dono by tho general public on this account, and, from our experience, they are Justly entitled to register a complaint. O CKVI nrp lirpnlfnf nnnnnnA mirimnt t m -- M Will begin this week receiving shipments of Inthinr Tl. .& HOLIDAY GOODS wci . VUl ft! j rut. m "vav. XI M wUUO C11IU waving iu til 6i J IVC M OV. "2 1 ntwl and will show throughout the season attractive assortments of all kinds of GIFT GOODS which will be sold at LOWER PRICES FOR CASH. And this store is continually receiving shipments of Tho Hook Agont Madam, at least to bo a gentleman. Mia Coyenne That's all right so long you'ro not required to prova I claim IL Tey are going to cut the nil -.11 a nn Dry Goods, Notions, Novelties, Hosiery, tenia on me tney r in r n n n u .1 will De u O A GHASTLY Men'i and "II 1 -- VUUU, . Boys' Overcoats ui oo 'n3 ner rpnr I FIND. And Underwear. "Hie . extra reduced last onlv IK r.v. Wl aMwW nric. overcoats, or as 6 Cut aiocn laslS. Prices on goods in all for ePartmenLs. VVatch their circulars. Furniture Go, -- HNC0lHAT,.Jfc. Funeral Directors Ana Embalmers.. Hick,man, t'pAb Kentucky Mo. mo Workmen digging for tho sewers, Furnishings for Men, Furnishings for Ladies and ChildSaturday afternoon found tho remains of a white Infant burled under th' ren, House Furnishings, etc. All of which are rapidly ditch between tho Helmont Uranch sold at BARGAIN PRICES FOR CASH. There are nnd Cat railroads In this city. It was so decomposed that nothing lyut many reasons why you should come to this store. the bones nnd hair remained, and hud! boon burled two years or moro. From j tho liatr, which was siraigni, ino child Is supposed to have beeu white, but no other clue to Its Identity was discovered. There was no box or coffin, showing that It was nu to hide a father's crlmo nnd fin and wait for his pay. Neighbors city. Ho learned this:. u mother's shame, nnd possibly to tho Tho wife of tho prisoner was 111. mado tho family comfortable. A Job conceal tho crlmo of murder. Tho wero three children and a wns found for the man, who said llttlo lips that novor learned to speak There necauso tho man had to through his tears, "I'll show tho our language, will wo be o o bo abto stay people I am an honest man." Ul(j q IU opeUK 801110 III. , uim ni...u li.u place In tho packing plant. And they burled tho baby In u lithis guilty parties may escnpo human pun- lost Then the baby died. Thero was no tle white coffin, borne In a white ishment, there Is u Dlvlnu Justice that money for tho funeral. And the sick hearse to the cemetery. And thcro cannot bo escaped cither In this world wife cried because her baby had to were carriages In tho procession. or tho next Charleston Courier. Kino. be burled as n pauper. Sho begged 0 The heart of humanity Is wonder-ou- s to have a little white coffin, l'ut kind If you know how to touch It. Telephone vour crocory order to voursolf In tho mau's placo. Ho tried all goods, to borrow; lie trieu to get creuu m No. 38 tho Old nollablo 'the uudwrtakor'B In vain. Thon lu Fresh Oysters Croscont Cafe. delivered. Tho ladles of tho Embroidery Club wero delightfully entertained Frldny afternoon, from three to five, by Mrs. Ii. A. Stone. Thero wero several outsandside guests present. Salads, wiches, pickles, olives and cheese straws wero served during tho while. COME AND SEE j m I Mrs. John Jacob Astor, tho Now York society leader, was granted an absoluto dlvorco from her husband In a trial lasting ono mlnuto. She was given 110,000,000 In lieu of aliO mony nnd will havo custody of the E. C. Rico, of Rice's Cash Shoe daughter while tho father takes tho Storo, Is In I'aducah this week, atson. tending Federal Court. Ho In ono With tho endorsement of tho Ken- of tho petit Jurors. -- otucky Hankers Association, a bill prepared by Secretary of Stato Brunnor That last years overcoat will do will bo Introduced at tho noxt session this season If you havo Schmidt fix of the legislature providing for the lt up. All work guaranteed. appointment of the Kentucky Board of Dank Examiners, which will consist of four members. o o John Shoffner nnd W. M. Water-field- , TRY A COURIER of Nashville, wero In tho city o WANT AD. Monday attending a sale of wheat The Cheapest advertising o o contained lu tho Hardy drain Co. eleMedium I Read by vator. Quite a number of prominent 3,000 People Every Week o grain men wero present and tho proo C0ST8 ONLY ONE CENT o duct was purchased by W. M. Water-fielPER WORD PER WEEK. o tho bid being 94 cents. Union City Commercial. Shelby M. Cullom, a Republican Senator from Illinois, and chairman of tho foreign relations committee, tins two political Ideas. Ono of theso Is that If the negro did not vote In tho south all tho southern states would Join tho G. O. P. Tho other Is that tho negroes ought to be permitted to vote everywhere else, Including tho state of Illinois. "President Taft," says Senator Cul-lo"Is showing wisdom In his southern tour. Ho Is a big, good wholcsouled, patriotic nnd generous statesman to whom tho South or any other section may well and Implicitly trust Jts absoluto destiny. Mr. Taft is Just now mingling with tho Southern peoplo In order that he mey get better acquainted with them and they with him. They will find that ho is tho right man for the place. "Ho intends to wlpo out the Mason and Dixon line, and In my opinion ho Is Just tho man for that task and If ho doesn't accomplish It, to a certain degree, at least, I shall bo sadly mistaken. "Eliminate the negro from politics In tho South give that section of tho country an exclusively white ballot, or a franchlsement, which shall mean an absoluto and unequivocal whlto supremacy In the management of Its whole affairs, and there's not a stato below tho Mason and Dixon lino that will not be found In tho Republican column of tho electoral college. "The whole truth of the situation Is that the whole South believes In nnd really needs tho enforcement of tho Republican doctrlno of a protective tariff. Therefore, tho people of that section would like to vote In behalf of candidates congressional, national and state who would support such a policy. "But they are hold In loash, so to speak, by tho fear of negro domination, tho fear of colored men In offlco both of tho elective class and those nppolnted at Washington. "They aro afraid df tho rnco Issue. Thero can bo no doubt of that. They aro constantly In a stnto of excitement over the prospect of n colored voto of superior numbers, nnd naturally they cling together against tho black man as a matter of protection not of their Industrial Interests, but their personal affairs. "Take the stato of Alabama for Instance. Thero Is a community which possesses vast coal, Iron and other Industries demanding a protective tariff. With her rank stntes llko Tennessee, Texas and others, they all want to be protected Industrially, and tho peoplo are ready to Join us, wero It not fopfhe negro. "How can you blamo communities llko South Carolina, and Mississippi, for Instance, for voting the Democratic tlckot, where In somo sections tho proportion of colored population Is ton blacks to ono whltoT It is In communities llko these thnt tho whlto people are afraid." ooooooooooooO oooo.ooooooooO "OUR NEW STOVE." We novcr linil n coal Move nrouml the hoiMo until Inst Saturday Hav always used pine Blabs nml pieces of our nelchbor's fence. Thoy burn well too; but the fence got burned it nml tlio neighbor said he would not build n new one, so wo went dow to Jones' and Rot ft coal iilove It U called the "Kndlnnt Home." I manufactured by the Gorman Stov Co.. of Erie, Pa., and any man who Barn we didn't have a radiant home nt our house for about four hours last Saturday night la a Republican we did not and n villain. You know anything about coal stoves W filled tho lladlant Horn about half full of pine fence, and when the stuff Rot well to going we filled the nrts in well on top with coal. It slmnie cd nml sputtered about five or minutes nnd nil went out, and w put on an overcoat nnd a pair of buckskin mittens nnd "went out too to sunner. We remarked, In the courso of tho frugal meal, that Jone was a '"frond" for recommending such a confounded refrigerator for man to get warm by. After suppe wo took a pleco of Ico and rubbed our hands warm, nnd went In whore that stove was, resolved to make her draw nnd burn It It took all the pine fence In Lurcllo. Our bettor half threw quilt over her, nnd shlvorlngly re marked that sho never ronlly knew what solid comfort was until she go n coal stove. Stung by tho sarcasm 1 The Best Evidence f the Extraordinary we are giving, is evidenced by the unusual business being done by this store. No store can make such strides without deserving such success and preference. We have provided an unusual large stock and very low price-in- g throughout the store. Let us prove to you, as we have to many others, that it will" pay you to make this store your trading place. Vniu Ladies' Suits At Popular Prices While the nssortmcnt is Inrgc the selection of styles nnd colorings ore entirely different, nnd the price range provides for every purse. Ladies' Long Coats Priced to Suit All Pocket Boohs Our offerings in Coats were never so attractive, nor the style and r? so varied as we arc showing this season. In the better goods, from $18.50 to $25.00, they arc made of cWant l j cloths, lined with n good grade of satin, trimmed with real jet button, andt all the late models. If you want a good coat now a the time to buy. ' In the medium priced coats we arc showing some astonishing values in broad cloths, kerseys nnd fancy mixtures, loose and tight fitting styles, tnmmd D' unuu uuu uuuons. at price In her romark wo turned every ding us on the stove that was movable, or looked llko It had anything to do with a draft, and pretty soon tho Radiant Homo began to heave up heat. It was not long before sho stuttered llko a new Sllsby steamor. Talk about your heat! In ton mln utcs that room was ns much worse than a Turkish bath than Hades hotter than a cold storage room The perspiration fried out of a tin water cooler in tho next room. Wo opened the doors and frost began to melt as far up as Dodds' shop, and people all round the neighborhood put on linen clothes. And we could not stop the confounded thing. Wo for got what Jones told us about tho dampers and she kept blltng. Tho only thing wo could do was to go to bed and leavo the thing to burn tho houso up If It wanted to. Wo stood off with a polo and turned tho dampers every way, and nt every turn she just sent out heat enough to roast an ox. Wo went to bed sup posing that the coal would eventu ally burn out. but about twolve o' clock tho whole family had to get up and sit on tho fenco. Finally, Wes Morris, (who was taking his girl for n ride In his new auto) came along, He had been brought up among coal stoves, and he put a wet blanket over him and crept up to tho stove and turned the proper dingus, and she cooled off, and since that tlino has been Just as comfortable ns poS' 1 Tailored Suits $15.50 1 c i and workmanship . 7.50 to 20.00, nnd this is the price you usually see said suits priced. of cheviots and hard finished worsteds in the new fall colors. stnmp these suits as worth irom Made $5.00 to $12.00 Our higher priced lines embrace all the new fabrics and colors, homespuns, diagonals, cheviots long coats, best of tailoring and satin linings. Prices range from Children s and Misses' Coats i i d !n n vcry ln large range 'cow of $20.00 to $30.00 $2.00 to $8.50 Display Thanksgiving Linens We have them a very choice collection different in design and pattern from those of other Hick man stores. The stock just now is complete in every detail, we having just received a big line. 72-inc- of Attrarthe GREAT Trimmed Millinery Hats of Beaver, Moire, Velvet and Felt nil popular styles, trimmed with plumes, velvet, wings, ribbons and fancy ornaments, surpassing in variety and style the showing of any other store. A great many of you have not yet purchased your winter hat and we want to impress upon you the fact that it will pay you to come here first. Values in Underwear For Women and Children. Our stocks nre now nt mpir kind nnd size. Purchn.sc Krfnrr atrvlr i krnWr Wfltnfn' lininn at i it nrwl .m.i. . usic tiirmri. rnnnn nnn mivvi umn nt C IwHlIIIC; III 1 h fine Satin Damask, napkins to match, ex quisite designs, at 72-inc- $1.25, 1.50 7 be, $1.UU h all linen Damask, pretty floral patterns, n 1tJOtlS I 1 II . . i en iltlC. i at 70-inc- C UkfllLfll i ill or ft? .13 . h good grade bleached, at per yd 50c w. n I rir i i If you buy a coal stovo you want to learn how to engineer it or you may get roasted. Luzello Week Bible. 'retry designs in all linen Napkins, at, d oz. .$1.25, 3.00 Come and See LrjiiiiifTiiEH. I Limri vxinir ""II iirjivv irrrrn .1 iiiir. rt r pa i u rnrtiirvii- naitrrif - t I itrriir 0 i r titir. c ftp iiii ly Squirt. o An elderly man by the name of Martin, working for the Mengel Dox Co, died In West Hickman, Friday. Burial took place nt Brownsville. He has no relatives here, and wo are unable to get further particulars. Smith 8r Jimberg A MYSTERIOUS WOMAN. ONLY POSSIBLE REASON. I...- son of Mr. and Tho Mrs. Will Hamblln, died at tholr homo In tho Claytin neighborhood, d 1 st Thursday. A Don't buy medicated foods. Rich mond &. Bond's Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls does the work. Mrs. F. M. l'rovow nnd Mrs. Jus l'rovow, both of West Hickman, are reported qulto sick. County School Superintendent Miss Dora Smith has beea at Rock Springs for several days. & Bond Co's Cotton Richmond Seed Meal and Hulls make tick anl mals well. nnd for the dressing table always wcl corned as a holiday gift by a woman Is a little safety pin case, made of linen and embroidered In a California design. Two pieces of stiff paper or card board are cut the size of the oral In dainty convenience for traveling leaves green, with binding and bows of red ribbon. Cover each side of the cardboard with the linen nnd stitch on tho rib bon binding;. Two pieces of white flannel with plnkrd edges are sewn In nt the top to hold the safety pins. Tins of different sizes may be put Into Rube Walker, an old dar koj well known In this suction, died "Undo" Friday, Saves dollars and puts life Into animals. Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls Cotton picking is about over. Coughs Colds easiest. Take home a bottle of Tho most mysterious woman that has over been known Is at present roaming nbout In tho eastern part of tho county nnd across tho lino In Graves county, nays tho Hard well News. Kobort U. Jones, who resides near Lowes, was In town Wednesday and gavo us an account of the wo man's behavior, which Is quite ox trnordlnary and inicullnr. Her name. she says, Is Jennie Aubrey, and she was born In Texas. Sho weighs 90 pounds, Is 35 years old and walks nbout over tho country leading a horse, upon which Is a woman's saddle, but sho has nover been seen riding tho animal. She also has three logs and It Is said that sho Is well armed. Mr. Jones has seen Iter sov. oral times and has talked to her an ono or two occasions and snys sho talks with good senso and evidently has been well educated. Sho sleeps In bay lofts nnd out houses when sho Is given permission by tfto owners, nnd when sho cannot find a building of soino kind to sloop In sho makes her bed on tho ground among the leaves, but always has her dogs and pony for her companions, ...I J 4 . ' I' vrfrn inn in rimrunr us and Is now on b r v: that state tr Dor meals are g cn people In the nugti-.xi stops, and Mr 1H!t t Lowes, has glun t r s nt - - lA meal for her hrs- t i - " t n Ja t!s to cat corn. Sbe clulty of Iiw s for e v and on one ocuslon tb: ' t 1 ft hi attacked by some tcrs pretty badly. rl wninnn whr the Lambeth g .a J ei that for tht lust tl r i) t her Ave chlldnn I 4 A t;tt: "8quatted" In Cmpty Houiei. 'r t: ,i r;ttl e Myrtle Sho Is going without a new spring bat this year. Marlon For what rtasonT Myrtle ilecause she has to. br "sauattlng ,.. t i In , ' T ih t'l O Sho status that sovcrnl years ago her sister wrui shot from tho horso which A Bond C0'- m.i... sho Is lending about over tbo country, down and Hull. cut. nnd It Is for this renson that sho Is Seed Meal bill. caring for tho animal. Nothing coif feed such liouattr wF tho duchy f are permitted " til the prounh M" don NVwm end ' c Thii is the time of the year when you catch a cold the NIGHT COUGHING SPELLS the design and one piece is for the coror of the case, the other for the back. Tbo design may be transferred to the linen by means of carbon paper and embroidered In a plain Kensington stitch. The poppy Is red and the I the flannel and a few black safety pins will be found useful. It is an attractive little gift and would be thoroughly appreciated by women at home, as well as by the Tar)ine and be prepared to stop the slightest cold or cough at We guarantee each once. bottle to give results. ng arc peculiar. The cough may not bother you oil day you think you are nil then as soon as you retire coughing begins. Night coughs are easily cured if y" only have something nt hand. The best thing to do is be always prepared w a bottle of TARP1NE. You can take an occasional dose right from the bottle nnd two doses will relieve you so you can have a good night's rest. HELM & ELLISON traveler. if-- Engraved Calling Cards An elegant yet inexpensive Pretty Tea Gowns AS.'.. ust Receivedl A FRESH LOT OF CHRISTMAS GIFT One your friends will npprccintc Sec samples nnd yet prices nt THE COURIER OFFICE THE HICKMAN COURIER Vttlrm Ktntnkt UkitlttVmt" . ,iff rPEER 4 SEXTON. PUBLISHERS The best grade of CANDY can be obtained in 5c, WILLINQ TO PLEASE. 1 0c and 5 c packages 1 Just the same kind you find and like so well in the pound packages CHOCOLATE NUTS paper etope jubtttipti'i nilncrlptloii eiplrea. ,, ion (let .( juit you do pottniieatniiipv,: uaiic, We make NO eicetillou St t . rrTlil CHOCOLATE ALMONDS BUTTER SCOTCH, ETC TtfSflafl, HOV. I8lfl, IS09 I RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. tlio Almighty (ioil. in wisdom linn seen (It to t f vUi our midst, Sovereign (bit camp, Kim Camp 0. V., baa suffered (be cf a good member, tbu commun-tood citizen nnd neighbor, and f uaiy the irreparable loss of it uk and loving husband and fath-i- ' refore, bo It ul.VEU: That tblt camp ox-- j r... the bereaved family IL heart-iuathnnd point thorn to tbo who gnvo nnd took tbo llfo, y.JuxX Uo It further .1. HU.VEl). That n pago on the a v f this euaip bo sot apart by ( pngu, In ik on a memorial of our duparlod Sovereign. f ii (her i 'I A Kl) Tbnt n copy of theaa r.s bo printed In thu Hickman a copy spread on tbo records i wy furnlahod tbo family. II. T. Hoalo. V. 8, Mooro. a. Ii. Carpenter, Committee. ,i i uKAH. i I r The Hickman Drug Co. WW INOOItl'OHATKU IN FASHION'S LATEST WHIM We Buy n Handsome Gown Thst Would Make Up Handsomely In a Dove Gray Cashmere. Dove gray cashmere would mako up :harrolngly In this style; a panel Is nade from shoulders to hem In front, tnd at tbo back It Is continued as far is the yoke, which Is arranged at the lop of sides ot skirt; tho lower part ot iklrt Is platted and set to yoke, the plaits being stitched down about six Inches. Russia braid put on In a FURS Hides mn i y Fair I'allenl doctor. The thoae church ; . nerve. I foci quite worn out, Incessant ringing of bolls has got on my .. Ii Annnlnrf mnflol rxt whlltt Mlnnn IITlrt a H 11 R T 1 1 V .- m I lie Rown on wi of white luce. The gown Is made up over a closely fitted slip of pale pink Feathers, Tallow, Beaawax,' Glnsenc Golden Seal. (Yellow May Apple. Wild Ginger, etc. We are dealers! eatabllthed tn !ftSR"nva,h,lf irMhiMl. I ...t.ttll and can do better for you than agents or commlnlon Root), Bank In Wool Doctor (young and Hibernian) Och. shure, an' we'll remedy that! I'll bare straw laid down In tbo stretL intln. A large roso triroB iuu uuuich hi we tiuui, anu iucio aic iuulucg w. pale uu mo i pale rose velvet nuuon nero nnu iuere. mo green satin, with lace overdress. lilt and shipping tags, 229 E. Market St. merchant!. Reference, any Louisville. Write for weekly pries suu iui M. Sabal 4V LOUISVILLE, KY. Sons. r. o MUST SUPPORT CHILD. In Judgo Nnylor's court, Monday. Alox. Ijuiderdnlo, colored, who runs a harbor ahop In thla city, was given n hearing on tho charge of boliiK tho fntbor of nn Illegitimate child, born nvgr to Magglo Mllnor, nn girl. 8am Cromdaml, of Mnyflold, nnd A. M. Tylor, of this city, represented tho dafonao, and Judge G. T. Ilullock, of Clinton, nnd Hon. U. T. Tylor. tho plaintiff. Tbo court house was filled with nogroos nnd n few whites, anxious to bear the scandal aired. Tho woman was placed on tho man nml told tho unchaste story of her downfall. In her arms was her baby born April 29th. After hcnrlng tho evidence, tho Jury returned a rrd!et of guilty, and decreed that tho defendant should pay (CO a yenr for a period of ten years, towards tbo support of tho child. The defendant Is married, and a negro. well-to-deldo-wal- MARRIAGE LICENSE. Tho following licenses marrlafio wore Issued In Obion county last week. II. A. Andrews and I.lzzlo Sanders C. C. Taylor and Mary K. Catron A. I). Wlthcrlngton and Cora Adam Clarence Gearing and Pearl Davis. J. E. Fall and Nelllo C. Alexander. 1 4. D. Johnston and Minnie Curry, (rover McQueen nnd I'oarl Keith. G leaves Bandy and Victor Jones. Walter Rogers and Kettle Demmlng O FAIR WARNING All II PUBLIC SALE I L o The Atpen Tree, n i, ' I s 'i I r C , c tic i Irv Manila hlKh Hint truardr the Une; arprii aa etncralda, Ii like danclnc rain: to the Hind, tin ky. conradra, h and L, il parties Indebted to the Farm ers Hardware Co., either by note or account, and especially notes which are NOV DUE, must settle by No vember 20th, 1909. If not paid on or berore that date, all claims will be placed In the hands of our attorney for collection with Instructions to serve at once. We play no favorites In this notice, as we are compelled to wind up our business. FARMERS HARDWARE CO., by R. M. Isler, O Owing to a chango of business and old age, I will, on Tuesday, Nov. 23, 1309, at my farm, mllo east ot Shuck Switch, on tbo N. C. & St. L. Railroad, offer tor sale to tho highest bidder tho following describ ed live stock: I President. Would Carry Lava to the Sea. Should tho volcanic vent, or chlm ney. of Vesuvius become blocked writes Slg. Coartlno, In a recently published pamphlet the danger of an explosion becomes very great, and, to afford an outlet for the molten mass of rock he proposes to bare a tunnel at the base of the mountain to carry the lava Into tho sea. Ho also points out the possibility ot leading the lava Into molds, so as to form It Into blocks for building quays, breakwa ters, etc., and smaller slabs for pav Ing the streets of Naples, such as ars now obtained from the cooled lava. f' A 1 A A i j I'l e ' n wind' arm band to itnur Wat )ou haata to ma. it mr, hill at even fall; so huh aha may look down. ma if yuu have turned hiKhy from the town. her hundicd volcea tell p you take to reach my aide, In miprv mnk.rv 1. J to acold, and weep and chide, f 'n inunieiu mill mnrn.nl mult " T u .gh with every ruetllnf leaf. A ' i r 111 a"i Smashing Statistics. Why do somo mon Insist on being anomalies and upsetting ad our calculations? Hero wo are, horrified at tho revelation of children drinking And then comes a babe nnd Suckling Mr. Joslnh Suckling of Wandsworth who tasted nle at tho ago of two, nnd has drunk It regularly for 98 years And still drinking. London Chronicle. homo-browe- d 8 or 10 head of Young mules, 1 to 2 years old. 3 Good Brood Mares. 3 Weaning Colts. 3 head of saddle and harness Mares and horses Several good Work Mules. Also some Cattle and Sheep. All animals sold guaranteed to bo as represented. Sale will begin at 10 a. m. In case of rain or Inclement weather. It will bo postponed until next day. TERMS: A credit of 12 months given on good notes bearing 6 per cent Interest from dato. Luther C. Maddo5f. O when at laat you lake my handa name In mimicry, B' ('altera It a dmrn time. .r1 t'on, In cay and elltah (lea, r - rrr happy leavea to thle Tt ' r ,( cadence of a ktaa. O 1 cd call my ' le 'Sansparlol" Flour. Watch for tho BLUE MARK on 0 tho upper right band corner of your Courier. It Is to notify you that your FOR SALE: Framing timber, lumber and sawed white, oak subscription Is about to expire. No papers aro sent out after the subposts. N. J. Corum, Hickman, Ky. 22tfc scription Is out. o Best Calico, Cc a yard . Barkett'a. Masculine Shyness. A rarty of women of a cprt.. n maturity of age la encircled with an atmosphere of awo which bears witness to their consciousness of power and superiority. For a complete stranger to enter among them requires a bravery of which mere man, unless driven by absolute necessity. Is often Incapable. Black and White, London. wavy pattern forms the trimming; the nalst-banof folded chiffon velvet is taken under the edges of front panel, boles being cut and button-holefor It to pass through; piece lace forms the by Russia yoke, which Is outlined braid; the sleeve is set to a deep cuff. Hat of gray straw edged with black and trimmed with wings. Materials required; Eight yards cashmere 48 Inches' wide, dozen yards braid, 1 dozen buttons, half yard ploce lace. Overcast Together. When heavy Russian crash, such as Is now used tor portieres, Is too narrow In width, don't be dissuaded from the use of this beautiful colorless material, but just overcast Its width together after tho manner of tbo Bagdad portiere. You will find no hangings more effective for studio and library use than those crash, and tho heavy linen overcasting down each soam will render them even more attractive. To do the overcasting use thn coarseBt of carpet thread or a flax that Is sold In skeins soft-tone- Waterproof Boots and Shoes Are the Chrome Elk Skins MADE IN HIGH GRADES FOR THE BEST Tnn and Pear), all, per pair 11 TRADE-T- O Fivo men were taken from tho Caitrain Tuesday afternoon on a charge ot drinking on the train. ro They paid their little $5 and costs he late shipments are here, in Black, O JUU AA and went on their way sadder but wiser men. They were Frank Redden, James Mulllns and Lis Mullins ot Columbus, John Maxwell, of Morehouse, and W. G. Ferguson, of Cairo, to 13 inch top, in the same material, see them in the show window 5.00, 6.00, 7.50 Dr. Black's ntalna Potior We also have the Boys and Youths in the Wear Proof Soles. The soles will wear twice as long as the regular sole. We want to show you. Price L03 O dA JaUU O Art No m a 1 1 e whether a oi common ore eyet ol only a lew daye, or a case ol granulated Eye jWater mCe, n ta a Remedy for at forms of Inflammation ot the Eyes. litis ol All Shoes in this Store Are the Best No Plugs We Guarantee every Customer His Money's Worth Tailor Made Suits and Pants to Order a Specialty Great assortment of Fine Woolens to select from. We want your patronage. For acute conjunctivitia (common red tore eyet) no remedy in the worlel equalt Dr. Mack' Eyo Water. The mod aggravated caiei are often cured In thirty-ii- x homily thu celebrated remedy. It can be uted With aalety fo, aor. eye. in people, horeci and doga, Af THE CASH SHOE STORE1 V.: B. O. E.IOE1 & CO. Thou. Jefforson Hull a old boy, caused a relgu ot terror In New Albany, last Wednesday, while attempting to rob tho Merchants' National Bank. Ho shot and Instantly killed "Garry" Fawcett, cashier of the Institution and then probably fatally wounded I'resldeut J. K. Woodward and a Uegrc chauffeur. Ho was captured and narrowly escaped lynching 'Hall now occupies a cull lu the J. R. BLACK MEDICINE CO,. Keooelt, Mo, SI'L'CIAL A TESTIMONIAL. vauHO, Smi.iK. Larrsa rtou onb or our. a to Yollll, Ta. err. ccsTousas oi the tan., hrt Rwioij 10 your I tourlW J.R. LUt NUciaeCe. U ihorouaUy ttlUe taj rxnuiUt uj umi Ot. UUcl Erf wir the nut acailv a e of aay remedy Mr.T. M. Kaniw, Drai fw Me., June 6, 1906. You uV SrUaod guAi.rik U. ,ivl J youaieculcd upoa laoiaLa a leW, iu Ki, and they will protect yeu. Yeuri Inly, btumIam tvr aol beuuie to lecamnwuj il, Iwa Biwmi aaj dkl aol 14 vela ictuLdfluida Mail bot. oa aale icf I uvaoc lur tuoJUJ. Indluua Reformatory. CANEEK DRUG STOKE. i'nZ.P.Caaw.lVt), D 7&b Optimist's Corner Daily Helps to Hcnlth and Happiness BOBOROB P. UUTLER. A. M- - M. D. INSTRUCTION FOR ONE The dignified man who n not used to girl wan Imprisoned In a corner with one who hnd mischief lurking n behind the Innocence of her eyes. glc porter mj$: felt vnguely uncomfortable as he gnzed at her, because ho could think of nothing to talk about that would In terest her. She saved him tho Subscrlbo today, $1 a year. plunge. In "l)o you know, Mr. Fnttershall," she Kerdlo Mnddox spent Monday began, "that I've been dying to have a Union City. good talk with you for ever so long?' If Its a swoll pair of pants you "Th that's very kind ot you. I'm sure," stammered tho dignified man. want, try Schmidt. The world li a grind old place and we re pretty ture of the reward we deserve. We may grumble and growl at advert-Ity- . We may moan and make mlterable over misfortune we may chafe under trouble, but In our Inmost hearta we know why we tuffer thete. and that the faults It would be convenient to lay on the doorsteps of others belong to us. Remember, that all sunshine makes the desert. If we had no clouds or storms In our experience, our life would be barren and useless. A little trouble Is a good thing. It cheeks recklessness, opens the eyes of the blind plunger and endows the unappreclatlng with the sense appreciation. the As the misfortunes, s of troubles, t.'ie others are of value to us In our struggles for attainment, so are our errors of value to others. We would avoid them of miss-step- Bransford & Andrews ji realize that CHRISTMAS, 1909, IS CLOSE HAND. Only FIVE more Saturday, ,.,! Christmas. We nrc rendy with our 1909 Christmas W Wc wnnt to urge upon our customers the ndvnntnt oi enrly buying. Pick out your gift now nnd hnvc it cngrnvc-l you DO AT nnd laid rtwny, then you will not be disappointed by not getting whnt you wnnt when you wnnt it. Anything you see in anybody's catalogue that we haven't K anm fril" v. rtrt rnn frt .v.. f ... fw.v. k.....v. ptiv-i- .. n uf you id us Know w,. w.. nt 6wt I 1 t- 1 1 0u gujsy 11 We should avoid If we could. them, but when they come to us let us bend our shoulders to their burda-.- s or ptueklly get beneath and throw them off. And let us do It ourselves. It will make us happier, stronger, better men Independent, courageous, progressive, and daunt-lessl- y It will make ambitious. of us the very men the world needs, ana needs bdly. "What about?" The pretty girl looked blank for an for an Instant Then shn rallied. "Ever so many things," she said airly. "You'd be surprised to find what a lot of topics of conversation I'm Interest. you must answer all my Mrs. Henry Travis has returned ed In. Hut question!" from a visit to relatives In Fulton. "Oh, say, now!" protested the man who was not used to girls. He looked Mrs. J. V. Itogers Is visiting her alarmed. sister, Mrs. Anderson, In Charleston, "In the first place," she demanded, Mo. "why arc you a woman hater?" Telephone that grocery order to Dettcrsworth & Prather. Kent Itaney returned Monday from a nhnrt visit In Humboldt, Tenn. fl SOME fcfc) "I" in time. "AS YOU LIKE IT." One of the best high class showB .ever witnessed In this city was seen at the Lyric last Thursday evening. played by the May Stewart Company, starring May Stewart In Shakespeare's pretty little play, "As You Like It." From start to finish, there was not a hitch In Itho performance. anJ people who appreciate this class ofj amusement were delighted. The costumes and scenery wero as elab orate us will bo seen anywhere. While seats were sold nt $1.50, r about the mark for towns of this slzo, tho house was fairly well to filled. Bringing a show of this class to Hickman Is certainly a credit to managers Dillon & Cox. high-wate- O It Is announced that a ten story building will be erected at the cor ner of Fourth anil Broadway In by the City National Bank. This will bo the tallest building in Western Kentucky. It Is also said that tho First National Bank will erect a $40,000 stone building for a banking house exclusively. The Padu-jhe- r cah banks must be making money $3ZS Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker scomplete assortments t')QA MOTHER'S CEREALS - all Taft Viows Helm fc Ellison's. Why, you see, he pro ainrmed. Buy your coal now. Hickman Ice tested, "I'm not! What ever gave you & Coal Co. that Idea? Itcnlly. I have cr every Mrs. Iiulse Clark spent n part of admiration for women!" tho week at the home of hor fathur, The pretty girl gated at him In si V. Itogers. lent wonder. "Now, I never In all this world Mrs. Kent Kanoy and baby left would have dreamed It!" she said at Sunday to visit relatives In Camden, lost "I thought you simply ran from Ark., her former home. us Just as though we weren't worth wasllnir time on! Now don't you?" See our line of Fall and Winter 'Of course notl" said the dignified samples the largest lino wo havo mnn. "tou have an entirely wrong ever had. Schmidt, tho Tailor. Idea " fine selection of Diamonds bought before the rise. Stones from Wc hnvc "Anyhow, I never saw you tako any Miss Ellen Anderson, of Trenton, Wc hnvc n large line of popular priced Novelties as well ns hand $7.50 to $325.00. Tenn., Is the guest of Mrs. Alice Am- girl around and I never heard of your calling on ono," said tho pretty girl. bers and other Hickman friends. some gifts. Satisfaction guaranteed. All goods ns represented or money refunded. "Did you over?" The man who was not used to girls Mrs. C. C. Smith spent Saturday Please send in your repair work before the I st of December ns it will be almost and Sunday with her son, Frank, at ahttted bis feet He wished she would not keep her eyes fastened on him. It impossible to do this work after the 0th of December. Trenton, Tenn., whero he Is attendmade him feel like an Insect being ing school. pinned to a card. Goods sent on approval to out of town customers who nrc responsible. 'Why," he stammered, "I that Is Sam Salmon and wlfo wore called you know, I'm ao busy I don't have home from Golddust, Tenn., tho last WE WILL ALLOW YOU ROUND TRIP RAILROAD time for society" of the week on account of the illness Girls aren't 'society,'" corrected of their son. FARE ON ANY PURCHASE OF FIFTEEN DOLLARS his tormentor. "I knew you hadn't called on a girl slnco you were a boyt Somo of the finest bred stock in ow, i( mat uocsn i provo you re a tho country will bo sold by Geo. U woman hater I'd llko to know what White, at his farm one mllo north of ould!" Cayce, Nov. 30. "See here." said the roan, leaning forward In his earnestness, "Really A general raise in tho tariff rate you re wrong! I don t like to Intrude Optometrists. The Dependable on all classes of freight has been where I'm not wanted and tho girls made, the raise being about three always are busy entertaining other cents per hundred on freight from St. people!" What a pity!" commented the pret Louis. ty girl mockingly. "Don't you know Mrs. Sallle Hubbard, of Hickman, that modesty never wins out? You returned homo Saturday after a pleas- must plunge in and elbow the others FOrt SALE At once, 200 thousand Itobt Simpson a suVJ ant visit to Mrs. S. T. Redman and out of the way If you want to bo liked. you. It such an education to a man. . now, yotm or extra fine heart cypress shingles, a hypnotic apell by T"? brother, J. H. McConnell, of near three times llkoneen engaged two be- being; engsged," a normal human "How do you know j haven't heenT" this city. Columbus Herald. ing It would he n tremendous help to demanded the dignified roan with J3.50 a thousand at Hickman, 13.25 at nt Somerset, N J ill d mill 6 miles west of Hickman. Yates spell aud tho 1'rofess.ir i some spirt. & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. dor n charge ot tnanslauh' The pretty girl shook her head smil ingly. She seemed very much amused. t: J. I). IaivcIi, one of tho staunch Don't tako any substitutes "I can tell!" she murmured. citizens of Wlngo, was hero Friday "Snnsparlel" Hour best oa Ho tar The man who was not used to girls kot today. somehow felt npoloecllc. aa though and Saturday proved guilty ot a serious offense. Am I no uninteresting! he asked, a ll'tlo hurt It Isn't thatl" said the prvtty girl. "Now, were you ever engaged, really?" So," confessed tho dignified man. There!" she said. "I was sure of It' Weren't you ever In lovef The dignified roan looked atlll mora We hnvc one of the best selections wc ever hnd. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Diamonds Silverware, Silver Jovelties, Cut Glass Hand Painted China and Gold Handled Umbrellas 1 Bransford & Andrews Jewelers and 1 : for LUJL of your present kitchen worries. When DU own a Mother s Oats Fireless Cooler, vnu Imply place your oatmeal (or anythme else that lou want to prepare) on the stove, brine it to a oiling point, remove, place in Tireless Cooker, ut the pad in position, tun the r. and ro to bed. While you're sleeping, the food will teep cooking itself. Nothine can boil over or Tmrn or spoil. Durint? the dav vou can start snun or joints or vegetables, place them in the Cooker, ' .i viau your ncignoor, go to me matinee, or snop, without any thought of a hot, stuffy kitchen range. " Now, there is only one way that you can get a Mother's Oats Fireless Cooker, unless you want to go to a store and pay $3.75 for it, and that is by being a user of Mother's Cereals, the best cereals, prepared in the largest mills, and sold everywhere by the best dealers in every In every package we place a town. coupon, and when you have 125 coupons we'll send you the $3.75 Fireless Cooker for nothing. If you want a Fireless Cooker in a hurry, you can either buy ten packages of MOTHER'S OATS or any other Mother's Cereals, and eet the Cooker immediately by paying SI. 15 in cash or upon the following basis: 0 draw-strini1 he Mother's Oats Fireless Conlcrr art.ir.lli boks without fuel. It solves the servant nrnhlrm. e fuel problem and the delayed dinner problem, saves 80 of your present coal orcas bills, and asK But the best way of all is to co to vour trrocer and mm to supply you with A Mother's Kit which contains a complete assortment of different delicious cereals for every palate and for every meal. Not only is it an advantage to ouy your staple cereals in sufficient quantity at attractive prices (just as it's cheaper to buy flour by the barrel or butter by the crock) but in every Mother's Kit there is in addition to the saving of quite a considerable sum ol money, a special Fireless Cooker Certificate, equal to eighteen coupons, which, when added to the coupons from the packages in the kit, enables you to secure a by merely adding 89 cents. A Mother j Kit consists of eighteen assorted packages of Mothers Cereals, packed in sanitary scaled pack ages, in which they arc guaranteed to keep in ir." rlviic(.i wuiiuiiiun inucnnuciy. 8 packages of Mother's Oats, standard size 2 packages of Mother's Yellow Corn Meal 1 package of Mother's White Corn Meal 1 package of Mother's Wheat Heirti 1 package of Mother's Corn FlakeitT I package of Mother's Steel lut Uatmeal 2 packages of Mother's CrnuUtl llnmin. 2 packages of Mother's Coane Pearl Hominy The dignified man looked helpless and angry. She waited relentlessly. Dozens of times!" he declared brazenly. 'I I'm!" said the pretty girl. "If you had been you'd know butter than to say tbatl People don't fall In love by wholesale." Don't theyT Inquired the dignified man. "I dont know much about It. to tell the truth?" There waa a hint of gloom In his tone. No, you don't," agreed the pretty girl sagely. "It's time you learned! How old are you?" 'Thirty-four,said tho dignified man sadly. "I'm afraid It's too late! I never thought much about It before." "I know you hadn't," aald the pretty girl In quite a grandmotherly manner. 'You must start In nt onco." Neuralgia Where'U I start?" aaked the dig nified man with Interest. 'Oh, there aro heaps of girls!" said tho pretty girl carelessly, with a com prehensive wave of her hand. "Just pick out one and begin calling on her." 'All right," aald the dignified man. 'I bollove I will) How about begin sing with you? Are you going to be homo tomorrow evening?" The pretty girl laughed as though sho had won a bet with herself. 'I realty believe you'll learn fast!" she said. "Yea. I'll be at homo." Hoot Awal "Ah'm tellln' ye, won, Mactoah Is a bonnler-- r plper-- r than MacSnutfyl MacSnuffy canna even keeplt the i The shooting, tearing pains of neuralgia arc caused by excitement of the nerves. Sciatica is also a ntrvc pain. Sloan's Liniment, a soothing external applicat" stops neuralgia painsat once, quiets the nerves, rcVvcs that feeling of numbness which is often a warning vl paralysis, and by its tonic effect on the nervous and muscular tissues, gives permanent as well as immediate relief. One Application Relieved the Pain. t Mr. J. C. Liz, of moo Ninth St., S. F--, Washington, D.C. ri'; T J ' Skur. I advised a lady who was a great sufferer fiont neuralgia to try ment. After one application the pain left her and she has not ben with It since." . Kicounoais aad$ .75 cash 36 coupons and .90 cash M coupons aad 1,00 cash IS coupons aad 1.10 cash M coupons and WSalJ m - ' M 'ua i mi imiiiiiiiw ami l.lScash jsfl. hcvyw Two Fine ;-'-- .vvn than 'th't' fSgjU can be purchased at your oy simply paying 51.95 la little more at distant points). tune." "Hen, mon, what has tho tune to 1 he grocer himself will cither It? redeem your coupons and due wl' Life. Look at his eendoor-- r nnce!" deliver the S3. 75 Fireless llMIII s Cooker, or, if you so de Oratorical Tactics. 'What does this cat mean by Daw- sire, send the coupons and 8V c directly to us lug me so?" x ?iMfjmi ii vri 'She Is begging for a tidbit, and la and we will ship the cooker to you, adopting the tactics of orators who make unanswerable arguments." express collect This Kit grocers f is the best remedy for Rheumatism, Stiff Liniment Sloan's Trrall.a on the Ilorte nt free. AilJr Sloan's THE GREAT WESTE.RN CEREAL COMPANY any one Operating more Oatmsa.1 Mills mctm MVsurea "What's that?" "Paws for a reply." Joints and Sprains and all Pains. At All Druggists. Price !!&., 50c nnd $1.00. DR. EARL S. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS. raiuoiiiau other concsrn chicaqo niTStt'ioa aidant ST. 10UI1 Head tho Courier. I CONFERENCE MAKES CHANGE.' THIS RANGE 1 8-in- ch Oven, High Closet Burns Wood or Coal clergyman Ilov. J W. Waters, who lias filled tho pulpit hero for tho past two years was sent to CJrccnflold, Tenn., nnd will begin his yenrs work thero noxt Hundny. Ilev. Waters mndo mnny friends In lllckmnn during his stay hero and many will regret losing him Ho Is one of tho brainiest men over called to tho lllckmnn charge, a thinker and repleto with orlglnnllty Tho appointments mado In this Union City District wero ns follows J. 0 Clarke, presiding older; Cayco circuit, A. N. Walker; Columbus stn Hon, J T Ungby; Crystal mission, W. As a result of the appointments mndo by tho Methodist Conferenco nt Oreetifleld, Tenn , Monday, tho Moth odlsts of lllckmnn will hnvo n now man fill their pulpit, beginning noxt Sunday Rev 0. W. Wilson Ilov. Wilson comes from Clinton, Ky., and Is very highly recommended as a "They are all that you claim for them, more than I dared hope for" 1 cuit, N Mathony, supply; Fulton cirII. J. Russoll; Fulton station, H. W. Ilrooks;arecnflcld station, J. W. Waters, lllckmnn stntlon, G. W. Wilson; T W. Hardin, supernumerary; Hornbook circuit, II. T. Itusscll; Kenton and Rutherford, S. II. Illackwcll; Martin circuit, It. 8. Harrison; Mnr-tistation, II. C. Henderson, J. R. llcll, supernumerary; Moscow circuit, J. W Hodges; Obion circuit, E. II Stowart; Ralston circuit, T. K. Mnxe don; Sharon and Vernon, R. M Vaughn; Sharon circuit, E. W. Wll Hams, South Fulton circuit, J. E n are wearing the This is what women say who PcdQosslwe For Only You have read about it and heard about it, but until you walk in it you can not imagine how comfortable it really is. It is firm like any other shoe yet the tanning by the special Red Cross process Is so perfect that the Red Cross Shoe follows every movement of your foot. It entirely prevents the burning, drawing and aching that stiff soles cause. It is absolutely comfortable the moment you put it on. Come In and try on the new Fall Styles. Oxfords $3J0 and $4. Htea Shoes $4 and $5. $20.oo At REV. f J. W. WATERS Mk for thlt Tm4 JUtfc bends with your foot Hickman Hardware Company (INCORPORATED.) ANOTHER -- Who, after serving two years as pas tor of tho Methodist church of this city, goes to Greenfield, Tenn. ...Bradley & Parham... SMALLPOX NEAR TOWN. Mrs. Hendricks, wife of "Bud" Hendricks, living- on Dresden road about four miles from Hickman, Is reported to have a bad caso of smallpox. The symptons of tho disease made their appearance only a few days ago, and It Is thought the disease vis contracted while attending President Taft reception in Hickman, on tho 20th of last month. Dr. Wm. Bright, a very successful physician with this trouble, Is looking after tho patient. 0 - Jones; Troy circuit, E. t'nlon City circuit, C. NEW DUILDING. FRATERNITY. I Union City staUon, Water Valley circuit. D. Graham; C. Nowblll; W. C. Scllars; E. M. Mathls; JI:es IJox Company hero haa :rr .x:i j,.ans for n now build- ifcrC:- - ;r ilont nt thu vunccr tl Us U..;inK will bo built of It, cc: ! and steel. II will p k.3 cntttiu floor, concrete li, Ir k w.V.ls, nnd itcol window It will bo much f i ir.J doom trr the old ono nnd largo mc room to Install now i 1 This word Is used a grcnt deal In connection with secret orders Hut thero nro a great mnny members of Fraternal orders who do not understand tho true meaning of tho word and that alone Is tho rnune of mnny Kv Rood todKes losing their charter cry lodge member should ceo this great frnlernlty play "Tho llenrt of an Indian," at tho Lyric, Monday i'.i fc. h will bo Installed In tho night, Nov. 22. Br(. o Tlitro will bo 150 square O u,g noW fi cf i:s ntc UM.j Our Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls Material has boon ordered uie irk will bo started nt onco. makes a plug horse look like a thoroughbred. Richmond & Dond Co. abc flro proof. ta o Seed Meal and luiklnj to you. Llitenl k"- - Cotton Hulla I!rj ,,rr Fi. Ir f SomttS.na v u know, Mollnda. we're ' a- 3 yau. I hope you like ''-- ! are rnnlnnt with vnnr 'riVTR of KlvlnK you my Took Koh do Ijmd. I vt'i ,. w mnny folk(lC5 nae 1,1:10 Kune a"' uskt'd fob -ir, ril. c... o iMttrtta today. It a year. It Is not often thnt thero nro two total eclipses In tho sauio month. Hon. John Q. Carlisle Is very 111 In Thero will bo a second ono for this a Now York hospital and while ho Is month ou tho 2"th. This tlmo It will In no Immediate danger, hU malady bo tho moon. Tho first ono wns tho la ono that Is liablo to result fatally, ccllpso of tho Republican party on a kidney troublo. Nov. 2nd. Effect of Envy. If envy, llko anger, did not burn Itself In Its own fire, nnd consume and dostroy those persons It possesses before It destroys those It wishes worst to. It would set tho whole world on flro, and leave the most excellent persons thu most mlsernble. Lord Clarendon. JUDOE F. S, MOORE. Represontatlvo-elec- t Fulton nnd Hickman counties. of transferred, A. 11. Hughlett, to tho Western Virginia Conference, W. E. Tuten to tho Whlto River Conference, K L. Harris to the North Texas Conference, Edward L. Wright to tho North Texas Conferenco. In tho Jackson circuit, the appointments wcro as follows: W. D. Jenkins, presiding elder; Bolivar Btatlon. R. I). Swift; Bemis station, C. D. Milliard; Bethany circuit, , A. Dungan; Denwark circuit, S. II, I.ovo; Henderson station, J. V. Freeman; Hickory Valley circuit, C. II Tooms; Jackson circuit, S. W. 1'ecples; Jackson, Campbell Street, J. W Irion; Jackson, First Church, J. I L. Weber; Jackson, Hay Avenuo, L. I). Hamilton; Jackson, Middle Avenue E A. Tucker; Mcdon circuit, R. A. Morgan, supply; Malcsus and Medon, T J. Feathcrston; Medina circuit, G. J Carman; Mlddlctou circuit, E. E. Spears; I'inson circuit, J. S. Carl; Saullnsbury and Grand Junction, J. G Williams; Somorvlllo station, W. A Russell; Whltovillo and Mercer, W. J. Carlton; Whltovillo circuit, I. Q. McCorklo; president Memphis Con fidence Femnlo Institute, A. H. Jones; conferenco missionary secretary, II. C Johnson. Tho next annual conforenco will bo held at I'aducah. 0 Richmond &. Dond Co's. Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls makes 2 pounds of butter where there was but one. O o o dollar a year or less than 2 o cents per week. Are you a o subscriber ? It Is too cheap o to cither steal or borrow. Sub o scribo today. Your money re- o funded, If not satisfied ! I ! o Tho Courier costs only ono oooooooooooo O oooooooooooo THE HEART OF AN INDIAN. n O NOTICE I I All parties who are Indebted to us for their summer supplies are requested to come forward and settle. Please don't bring any excuse, but bring the CASH for there Is no excuse with corn selling at 60c to 60c and cotton A play to pleaso everybody. A Western story written around the obligations of ono lodge member to another. Not tho blood thirsty kind but a real play by a "roal" company. Just a story of real home folks and home scenes, such as are lived in your own homes every day. Don't forget tho date Nov. 22. O at 6c. Bettersworth & Prather. the fond mother, "baby always cries when wo have company." "Well answered Mr. Grouchor. "you can't blnme children for disliking company. If It weren't for visitors they wouldn't hnvo to reclto or ploy pieces on tint pin no. O Excusable Resentment. "It's really provoking," sold Mr. Glvens, Stnto Supervisor or Agencies for Uie Now England Mutua Life Insurance Co., is In this city this week lending his asslstauco to Shumato tho local agents, Messrs. and DcBow. V. R. King, who wns formorly In Tho best coffoo you over drank tho Crescent at tho restaurant business here, has returned to tho best town In tho U. S. Ho Informs us thnt his wlfels very sick at Obion, Tenn. A Good Advice from Helm & Ellison B. P. 0. E. K. P. K. 0. H. I. 0. O. F. F. 0. E. On Buying Drug Store Things "Buy the Best" That s Helm & Ellison's advice to everyone that has to make purchases in a Drug Store The Best is always the cheapest. Cheap goods anywhere are never cheap at any price. But, if you arc not n judge, you must rely upon the judgment of others. We have built up the largest Drug Business in this part of the country by selling only goods of the highest character and never abusing the confidence of those placing reliance in our judgment. ! j About 8:10 o'clock Saturday, tho warehouse of tho Roberts' Cotton Seed Oil company, of Memphis, Tenn which maintains a branch at Cairo, caught flro and It was totally consumed. Tho flro originated from n hot box nt tho end of tho screw conveyor nnd set flro to tho roof. When discovered tho flro had gained great headway and tho firemen and apparn tus from tho two stations were powerless to check It. Loss KD.OOO. BELCHER & WRIGHT Offer the Clever Actress MISS CLARA BELCHER In the Great Fraternity Play THE HEART OF AN INDIAN A Western Play, showing the beauties of secret orders A production of merit, Special scenery, costumes, etc. o Our cotton Seed Meal and Hulls makes an old red cow give Jersey milk. Richmond 4. Bond Co. O One rniOES W. NightNov. 1 22 1.0. K M. i HELM & ELLISON On account of martial law, every salooit In Cairo wus closed first of tho week for two days. Cairo must hnvo Kotton mighty thirsty In two wholo days. 23I3o, COo, 70o unci $1.00 K. O.W. M. W.A. F. & A. M. O.T.M. WANT PRIZE FIGHT. Lexington lms caught I hp Jeffrie' Johnson fight fever nnd n ymllrnto of men, headed by Knrl Lyon, who are fond of tho sport, propose to of' fer n pume of $100,000 to Induce tlio mnnngcrs of the championship mill to pull off the battle In thnt vicinity All thin, however, la contingent upon whether flov. Wlllson will permit the fight to be pulled off In this Stnte. nnd n commltteo of threo will Inter view Gov. Wlllson before any further steps nro tnketi In tho matter. If the fiovernor consents tho offer will be mmlo for the fight to be held nt Heltlno Park, near thore, on July 4 Tho First District Democratic Con gressloual Commltteo has boon called to moot In Pnducnh December 1, to fix tho time, place nnd manner of nominating a candidate for Congress Congressman Olllo James will have no opposition, Ivan Colo, a farm hand, who had taken on board a supply of Slkeston whlskoy, and had more with him, went to sloop on tho Frisco track, about two miles south of Slktwtou Saturday night, nnd was killed by a passenger train. Same old story. C. L. WALKER Col. APPOINTED. What Will I Buy for Walker tin boon delegate to tho Nationnnd Harbors Congress, al River which moots In Washington, IH'O.80 P. L. nil n 10. 1909. A FEW FACTS CHRISTMAS immmmmmnmmmmiTMnmm Tho appointment was nindo by Pre Knvnnatigh, of tho Deep Waterways Association. Tho convention will bo held In tlio Inter of deep wnterwnya nnd lln ml- nullifies will be presented to Pro. Taft nnd other high official In a nt formal mnnnar. Klvo hundred delegate nttondanco. O will be In KOH SULK: A No. 1 good work to anything. (leo. T. horao. Work 2t MtMcliniu. Hundreds of satisfactory nnd appropriate answers to this question are found in our attractive display of V Holiday Goods Now is the time to get the BEST and get it to suit. Our assortment is so complete that the widest range for selection is offered When you feel good life is a plcn8rc When you feel bad life is a burden A healthy, clean body mean, a happy All bodies, like a bad boy, need corrcct.on A good, clean, neatly trimmed peach irr mb " best thing to use on n bad boy. Good, fresh medicine, properly selected nnri pounded, is the only thing that will ""I correct a ioul. disorrj. crly system. THE HICKMAN DRUG CO. is the Pa W these drugs, properly dispensed nnd gunrnnlcU eve7 respect. We have competent men to prepare your Men of experience, graduates of pharmacy mcdicine. and Wx qualified. Let us fill your prescriptions nnd feel assured that i done right. is 1 11 at Don't fall to see tho Taft views Helm & Ellison's drug store. O FROM THE BELFRY. The Hickman Drug SKsrsrsisa Jon 'K'if?, "'. E Co. It Is common folly to hasten toward affection. Love may be mutual and yet be miserable. The absent bird love will return. Is not lost, and YTTTTTTYTTYY?TYVTYTTTT I'ntle J.riv i 5 at Alexand- r 1: COMING EVENTS the txmltry ,r.J. office a hii one-hal- 3 l: i. 1 13 V L Z Woman Is what she Is, not what she seems to be. Love Is In the Imagination rather truiltfng. trmliln through the town dlnity ami walla, I dream of ml turning brawn And tiear the mytl call. I rne Ilia murmur at the treee With Id" nhadawa dark and tmn Where Its who la acquainted Tha falrle ilanr btwrn. , than In the heart. f ouu. - . . ua on the dL tho Lyric. maionlc f mil, t, i Nov. 3 "A Country Kid" nt tho Unclrt Jerry P, l.yrlo. doubting Th. t,K 1 "Uulo Mil Muffot," tho IM'ctlon - 1'nini. t Lyric. t.j i ' Nor. 22 "Tho Hoart of an Indian" " lift I Iic j i 'u Pearls of love are the ones oftcnest cast bofore swlno. Woman makes excellent and tragedy to order. comedy Hy tan Jan. 23 "Tho Minister Daughter tha Lyric Cha. Kicli. of Feb. 1& "Tho lllind Organist," tho nrrhwl In ln.kn.ir Lyric. oin Hmplor. il .ia t April 3 "Tho KifihUne Parson," Ui fJafe. It would i O- y y Lyric ' s Ilea O la growing Love cannot be doflned exactly; It can be acted perfectly. The unwise and the nevor win true possession. unworthy Woman has been studied faithfully, but she remains a mystery. To be able to win love docs not ways Imply virtue or merit al- Diamond Rings, Plain Rings Cut Glass, Silverware, Watches Set Rings. Cuff Buttons, Scarf Pins, Shaving Sets, Writing Sets Women are always to win, and ar never to be considered won. successful Professional lovers are the in winning regard. least roa-so-n Nature tells us whom to love; must say when and where. Nature confides to women the crets she does not care to keep. Tea Sets, Carving Sets, Souvenir Spoons, Bracelets, Fancy Belt Pins, Secret Order Pins, Beauty Pins, Necklaces, Brooches, Fobs Chains, Clocks of All Kind- Tho management of tho Hickman Independent Homo Telephone Co., wishes to announce that they aro now ready to mako connection with And orchard with their laden bougha Are whl;rlng the while all country lino on cither sldo of Of breeir that come there to drowaa Hickman, Tbo company furnlahciall They call me mite ami mile. The good hare fWM wltere geMen rlew equipment In tho city and connect llloom nil atait tha edge with your line at tho limit for 110 Are calling that 'lie time to go per lino and charge 76c a month for through the ledge. their oxchanjo service. 8eo A. W, Ho, duty path and trade. Davis, Manager. They fain would know my feet. And I can hear their far-ohail All kind of meat at Mooro'a gro Here In the city afreet. cery. The grapea are buratlnc-fulof wine graaa-growff The little roaja that wind anl turn And rlamber up Ilia hill where the wowlMnra rlaah and burn. Or loiter by tli rill Thejr aend a coating call to ma To coma ami fare, afar. To wait for Uuia'a great mystery The blazing etenlng- atar. Il RURAL PHONE PATRONS. CHEAP COW FFFD MOONSniN on And purpling In the aun. They aend a flavor fair and fine That thrill the blood of one. l Hickman Lodge 761 Hark A miYMirf r Hickman L6dgo No. TCI, V. Si A. M., will meet In regular communication tioxl Monday nlsbt at 7:30. j rr i is at far nr ruir wi brother cordially Invited. .V. t t II. C, 1IKLM. Matter. nnn. lr tiinuirti imnicuidi I). OWKN3. Socy. Work In K. C. Dcgrco. gin. se- The devil Is not half so subtle as a woman, nor any angel half so plausible. many Woman gives times the pleasure she receives in all relations of life. She Is a perennial fountain of joy. Incorruptible unless abused. 0 Purity, accuracy and quick service is the moto of our drug department. Hickman Drug Co. From ultver dawn to ruddy duik I trudge a on In bond. While tangled acenta of fruit and huk Com to me from beyond. O, trudging, trudging, through the town liy aoullea door and walla, I dream of tramping up and down The road where autumn call P. & A. M, o Use Flre'to Combat Fire. The average retailer docs not employ enough printers' Ink, and employ it In the proper direction. In dealing; with the trade for bis community. r The enemies of the retailer, the houses, are products of printers' Ink and know full well the value of ll It. They are not anxious that the dealers of tho country wake up. They are satisfied to allow conditions to go on and allow them, the mall-ordhouse, to get the benefit of tho trade which is coming to them through their aggressive advertising campaigns. If a merchant would follow out their schemes of publicity upon a small scale in his Immediate territory, would get out some adver tising matter In the form of circulars with prices and descriptive matter, It would win, The way to fight fire Is with fire, and the retailer has had the shortcomings of his bouse campaigns thrown back "upon blm with little or no satisfactory results. Campaigns he has set up In opposition have In a measure taken tho edge off the catalogue houses' campaigns, but why not get right Into the game and fight them with tbesame ammunition that thoy are using to exterminate the retail trade of the country? Use local papers liberally and get out circulars, letters and price lists, well printed and Illustrated. mall-ordere-ta- Beautiful Novelty Silver fiP one-third r. II i i O 13.50 - at Bait Clear Heart Cypres Shingle A. a thousand. Yate Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. w i a v III i- - n nnnnn ii i ii iv IUUUUW 11 n. it MV TOILET SETS In Handsome Cases We Can Meet Your Wants with bright, new goods to please every buyer who is seeking an appropriate Christmas Gift for old or young We Startled a Good Many People with our Heater Offer Did You Read It? We put some statements about hcatinc atoves down in black and white that stove users never heard before. We want to repeat theml Remember, we are backed up by one of the crandest stove manufacturing concerns in the world yes, backed by a concern that makes and sells more soft coal heaters each year by three times than any other maker anywhere. So there arc millions of dollars behind what we have to say about beaters this ycarl To us alone is given tho right to make the most unusual cuarantco ever made on a heating stove. Whatever your needs lets us show you that we have Genuine New Attractions for Christmas that will please you i Sieel l drill Ul lbl(!l till oflR ' ecu- - Remember That our choice selections for the Holiday Trade are thoroughly up with the most advanced ideas of the season in Variety, Novelty and Good Quality. Cole's Hot Blast Guarantee Here is our authority from the President of the Cole Manufacturing Co. tho strongest guarantee ever made on a heater. You nro authoriredtosell tho Original Colo's Hot Illnst Heaterthls year on tho moat rifld (uaraaln ever made by any stovo manufacturer. Our cuarunteo to every customer of your Is In fuel over any lower draft stovo of the same s!ic, with soft conl, slack or lignite. "2 That Cole1 Hot Wast will use less hard coal for heating a given paco than any baso burner mado with same slta fire pot. '3 That tho room can bo heated from one to two hour each morning with the oit coal or hard coal put In tho stovo tho evening before. tho stove will hold fire with soft coal Iroru Saturday night until Monday morning. con', hard coal or lignite.. !!5u,,"orra heat day nn(1 n,Kht wI,, reraftln as long a used. ..S.i2at c.ve7 ,,.Y" wlU nnd willabsolutely r rhat ' remain raoko and .TT .. All we ask Is that tho stove shall bo operated according to direction and set up with a good flue, "(Siiaed) COLE MANUFACTURING CO.." (Maker of Iba Ordinal I'al.nled Hot Blast Slova.) That O Wo handle tho celebrated Sanspa-rle- l Flour, and guarantee ovory sack of It. For Soft Coal, Hard Coal, Wood or Cobs Botteraworth O & I'ratber. sol-tllo- r, W. II. Iloach, a Confederate of Atwood, Tunn., who has boon drawing a State pension of JG.00 a month, has asked that his name bo dropped from the roll, as he no longer needs tho assistance. This muu Is tho father of Waltor Hoach, an express messenger well known In Hickman, nud who was killed lu u Come and See " air-tig- 'eetl-lloo- dust-proo- Chas. G. Schlenker JEWELER AND OPTICIAN 111 $12 up Hickman Hardware Company (INCORPORATED.) wreck some weeks ago.