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Kfnw promptlyto flymi com wfcnt ,tli to jotJ nftor IhU ntnnth rtr ,rt.sfl0 OLDEST Is the Team that Pulls tha Commarcial Wagon 0. W tha flxles of tour Wagon, Old' Man, and Lat'a Hitch Up WHOLE rnt.nilE FAPRR WE8TEMIERTD0IT ! HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1909. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1NHO H0.347B TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY tftflSKSQIVIHQ 'MY. some- - 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA glad anticipations tile home coming of the' children and grandchildren. And how they gather at tho familiar tl thins T Itrcs'. to Ik - ou aro thankful, do i 'nnko o'cr" "innKrui. iisikness of llfo I novor so but there It somo ray of light thankful lor. YOU WILL SOON REALIZE Your Urgent Need Warm lbi TMnkjelvInK Is tho pcoplo'a day ''ay lhat stands for homo nnd and hal.r s for Kratltudo peace. bono TJtr.ii tor plenty nnu of a Good; firesides and around the bountifully laden tables, happy, unbroken group. Ah, what sweet mcmorlca cluster around thoso days I But tho sccno changes Tho family circles havo .been brokon into by death. Fathers and mothers and perchance Bomo td whom they had extended Thanksgiving greetings In tho' earthly horifca, have gono to tho Homo a'bovcj Whore' hero, woro glad reunions there aro now "Vacant rooms, each sacred place, made Ilor. . gathering time, what fulness i i How Iho heart bounds as wo tissi Hi' doar hand agnln, nnd the r,t a ,,.si.aikU' i h ii.i. .'Cj L with delight. Furtoatcs .ii while they linger Ictgrat t love, and Affection so twlno tlit tho trndrllo will roach OVERCOAT BUY it now while stocks full, then you'll By echo of a missing voles, or dream of vanished face." Tf hi t' Let art string and cling thro yiars of doubts and dlsap be glad, pom tu. r.U and being glad, giro lhinn bind for health, for pros ind tho prouilio of prosper p,- i'y (7 hi h I breathed from every lull ri nhniirred from every valley In our Lroad, green land. Lot tho chll dr p too. of your homes so laugh la tb Ir roung glco that they shall irmrmlKr and bo grateful for tin dir Don't mind their noise for still ji laughter and exclamations of ct ir second to no music on earth. ut i-- have it when you need it. You'll find in our Overcoat stock quite a variety of good things. ctWest recorded Thanksglv- ;j iir was observed In this country iicn tho first fruits of toll n u-- 1 c handled by tho 1'lyuioutb Col- ci)-- Bradford sent out men to eet ,1 fowl to help out tho feast, and j.J of grs'ltude for their preserva U: and for tho scanty harvest they tid mng from the unwilling stony k 'hoe bravo ancestors of ours l' 1 up tbilr hearts and voices In to Ood. ' llravu men Ttc -- z ire and hopeful, full of and Indotnltablo force and energy Food was scanty, perils also thresh, scd on every sldo, and yet to prtlae God for his goodness and thej on-izn- We've got the dress overcoats and top coats for dress or daily wear, we've got the raincoats for rainy weather, we've got the big, heavy coats for wintry weather, we've got the suits you want for any and all occasions, ready for you in style, fit and tailors. 7-- Thanksgiving Again tho kaleida-scop- o Is turned, and what contrasts nro rovealed to us glimpses or tho morrow I Of homes where plenty and good cheer abound. Of country homes, whero notes of preparation havo b,een sotihjjlng for,, weeks, and tablo and pantry' and cellar are full to overflowing with "Thanksgiving flzln's," where ihp big logs, nro blazing merrily In tho fireplace, where Thanksgiving is tho day of the year. Of city homes, where wealth and luxury preside over daintily appointed tables and costly viands. Of homes, whero poverty, if not, grim want, dwells, whoso tables, bear but tho scmblence of a feast.- - Of homos, blighted by crime, or tho curse of drink, whero even the words "home" and "Thanksgiving" seem but Hollow mockery. Wo look Into homes "full of mirth and glee' homes vfh'cro serene old age and hafipy childhood aro found hand in hand homes whjero family clrclesvaro complete. But wo see other homes, where vacant 6 hairs telL tha sad story .of loss, and bereavement. May He, who lrt the past "has given JUb grace to tho sorrowing," grant unto all such from tho highest to the lowest "tho garment ot pralso for tho spirit of heavlnost)," oh this Thanksgiving day I 1 mercy summer Is gone, leaving a rich harvest. Plenty reigns tc'ifnly throughout Fulton county, li: tula of Kentucky yes, through-es- t tho Uod Tho autumn has filled lie tires and granaries everywhere g la tha cau-s- , and tho cellars nrjp ih tho fruits ot tho earth, what good reason have tho American People-and especially tho farming People to be grateful. Surely our Sato It plcniant and our hearts hou.d be flik-with posco and with Tho be-hie- d V I J 7V" It over-notin- They're , Let us give thanks with all qur hearts, forgetting for one day ftho the strife, untiring ambition, and unrequited disappointments ot life, let us draw, a long, deep gulf from tho perennial fount of real, sincere gratitude, and .our with a whole being will over-flonew, strange life, a gladness which is mado manifest In our dally llfo, In our charity, In our very steps and -cross-purpose- thankfulness. Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes, and there are no others to equal them anywhere else. All Hart, Schaffner and Marx fabrics are all wool, always. There's never any question about quality in their goods. When you want the best that's made, come in. voice. o FORMERLY OF HICKMAN. Thanksgiving We have I many things to bo thankftar In our day and generation and ut our beautiful and fruitful country. The cry of "hard times" does not ul Percy Shatto and Miss Henrietta Wearn, both of East St. Louis, Ills., were married in St. Louis last week. The bride is tho daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wearn, of Kentucky, and has been In East St. Louis about six months as a nurse at tho Luthqr-&oHospI'- to loudly through tho laud as It i.i a year ago, Men and women ire tucro cheerful. Tho farmer bus hid his reward In good crops and lu kijh prloti Tho merchant la buy-lo- t and sdllng on a bettor margin. Tho holu business world alert with hopeful energy As a cation, wo havo much to bo thnkfu for Wo havo religious e havo political freodom; our Poorer damn lvo better, dress bet-anhave mote pleasures than the poor of other nations; wo aro not ravaged by war, but peuco makes Klble Industry and plonty. Wo 1vj a brond land rich In natural rtnources that goncrntlou after wiii discover new riches and develop new industries ot which to- 3 do not oven dream. If wo u'e er think wo havo, but llttlo be thankful for as Individuals, It ouM UI1 bo wise to cultivate a Pjrlt or thankfulness for Its own Tho only absolutely forlorn m fredeemablo creaturo on Ood'a wh Is tho thankless man. Ho Is lle chronic grumbler from whoso f'wencu e wish to fleo. Ho sees ,hu dark sldo ot llfo. Ho soas "V a fronn and a kick and u curso tha world, and what ho oftoin, K-hi lib-r"d gon-triUo- u Suits $20 to $25 Raincoats and Overcoats $i6.50 to $25.06 Special values in Suits and Overcoats at $10 to $i5 Men who feel that $16.50 to $25.00 is more than they can afford to pay, can get great values here in suits and overcoats at $ 0.00, $1 2.50 and $1 5.00, handsome weaves and styles. Better see how warm a little money will keep you if spent at this store. We've simply packed values into our medium lines. 1 Shatto was granted a divorce from wife two days before his marriage to Miss Wearn. Miss' Wearn will be remembered as a daughter of J. C. Wearn, who was employed as a printer by Geo. Warron soveral years ago. a 'former There aro several cases ot smallpox now In this section. Jas. Walker, of near Stato Lino, about GIT years old. Is among thoso who have tho disMany'.-peopl- e In .the infected neighborhoods are. being vaccinated, nnd every precaution taken to prevent its spreading. It la tho general consensus of opinion that tho disease germ was left hero by visitors at tho Taft rocoptlon in this city, Oct. 2C(li, ease 7 A 'f tho old homo Knd ThnnksglvInK Day with fa- .7 ' aC11 mother und sister and bro . let us havo a thankful Thanks. 'vio6 and a Joyous one. A ' in roturn. we go back to Smith & Amberg D. It. Newport, a well known young business man ot Kulton, was married Wednesday night o Miss Erin W'nls-ton- , a beautiful young lady of 'Crutclt-fleld- . The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. C. lloss at tho refeldonco ot hf bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Walston. A largo crovjd wa4 present to witness tho nuptials. Mn and Mrs. Newport left for a honot , moon trip through tho South, Look Into Homes. 1 "Good Clothes For Men." John W. Smith, of near town, wlllj havu ft public sale at his place, Thurs day, Dec. 9th, and Is thinking of go lng to Ilobart, Okla., to reside. UlJi ' wife is in very poor health. II. 1. Johnson, of Cayo, bought .t a buncu. of nogs from of Mud Creek, last week; paying Urn 396 for the lot. Ono hog weighed). joiin-jJones- ? wi, i. i.. how it comes with a "'On Of fnlhor. -- ...I i. m, WUU 4UUIUUIB siting with loving hearts nud TtanksDlvinir a Aud 60Q iwwuftia: iii:(ight',$'-l2- ' t THE HICKMAN COURIER Csvtri WMMra Knlky Like tht Dsw" W. f O. ANTIQUES MADE WHILE 19.) YOU WAIT 8PEER. and J. 0. BEXTON, Editors and Proprietors. ICopVrluht COMMERCIAL J. BULL STATUARY CHINA. AND COMPANY TITLES ANTIQUES MADE WHILE YOU ONE DOLLAR PKR YEAR CASH I ADVANCE. WAIT .a U.J.. ' Entered at tha Hickman, Kentucky, mad mutter. postofflce m second-clas- s MINISTER CONVICTED SENT PENITENTIARY1 ON CnAltOE OF FOKOSHY. TO Ordered Into Court For Records In Regard To th Pools of Years 1(00 and 1907. Winchester, Ky Circuit JiiiIro n,m. 'terns of Special Interest to Inn ordered n subpoena duccsetociim Issued for (Ms A. Iltooks, secretary r.f Our Readers iho Hurley Tobncco society, directing him lo nppenr nt Winchester N'oveni. her 17 lo test fy nt tho hearing of tho GLEANED FROM MANY SOURCES. suit for a receiver for the society pool of irtlG and 1907. which was filed hit week by J. 11. OaltsMII and other toAviations-Mee- t Three-Daat Lstorila bacco growers. Secretary llrook Is Race Track Well Attended, Out Not oriloml to prcdiiro In court nit records, books and iMtpur. relating to the busia Financial 3ucceie Owing to Large ness of tho Hurley society In tho two Expense of Meet. years mentioned. BRIEF M. BCOK3 OF BUnLCY SOCIETY NEWS - H.v. ore.,,, """'out JJ., Mother ' "ol mums re,,,,. ' remarked lb tlmsle frlond. "What have the n. tcrten, ' . v " ;ltl tt'i ,w x "About Imagine. fon with along a onco they'Yo been cooked In a shny.i '' mlsht tho They t0 bf Vr the ltnlun lb. car k. wett k,jW t ,,, '' , -- ' , U Covington, Ky. Tho tnreo-ds- y rtvK QAQ TUOG USED Dy Woodward Accused Freaqtd Ilia Own Wit nesses nnd Argued Ilia Case In Court. RuaselUille, Ala. 1'robnbly one of the moit unusual tiling ever bapicniug in an Alabama court .room, oeaurered Wednesday when the case of Hev. Lair water, a llaptist minister, charged with forging a check for $13, came up for trial. Lancaster was prosccuteil ly Dearly tha entire bar p( ltuiselMlle, aud he amiearcd without representative. lie presented his own witnesses, asked thexi questions himself, and at the close of the trial delivered his own address in behalf of himself, lie was congratulated upon making such a good speech. He was, however, convicted and sen tenced to a term of two nnd a liall years Ho assured Judge la the penitentiary. Alston that he was married and had a wife depending upon him for support, and be made an earnest appeal for as light a aentenco as the Jaw would allow, Judge Alston reconsidered aud gave him two jcars in too state penitentiary. OUTLOOK BRIGHT FOR COTTON World Will Boon Need 20,000,- 000 Bales. Salisbury, N. C President W. W. Finlcy of the Southern Hallway, address ing a latge gathering here, expressed the conviction that In no area of equal eitcnt In the world is the agricultural outlook brighter thau in tho Southern States, aud urged the farmers not to neclest the cultivation of cotton. "We may well look forward to. a time in the not far distant future, said Jlr, Finley, "when the world Will cull on the American cotton punters tor .'U,uuu,-00balea every year." Mr. I'inley did not counsel the growing of cotton to the neglect of other crvps, but suggested tliat an Increase in production Is necessary to keep pace with the demand of the world, and that it might bo accomplished by more Intense cultivation and by the growing of a variety of other crops with cotton, to the proilt of the farmer. 0 , BIG CROP OF TOBACCO. Nearly 400,000,000 Founds of Bur ley and Other, Grades. Xoulsviiie, Ky. Kentucky's 1009 to bacco crop will be the largest ever known, nearly 400,000,000 pounds. This it composed, of burley and other grades. The burley crop alone amounts to pounds. Of this, between 53 and C5 per cent, ha been pooled with the Hurley Tobacco and Insurance Company, l'rices per pound this ear average from 13 to 14 cents, with 10 cents and SO cents as minimum and maximum, leaf sates have respectively. come into popularity again, and warehouses of this type, are being established in the various counties. Iho dark tobacco growers, however, are not favoring pools, and arc selling individually. STUDENT NEEDED MONEY. Wrote Blackhand Letter to' Rich Man for $550. Philadelphia, Fa. Alleging that ha posed as an inlluential member of a "black hand" gang, the postal imxttor arested Terry Italph .Minnlck, a 10- - car-oldtudeut at the' DrexH Institute, on a chargo of writing threatening letters, demanding $550 under penalty of death. Minnick confessed that ho demanded the money in order to pay his way through He d .iliin meet nt the I . ton In rone trnelc ilrM with everything but ttte wind In its fnvor. Tho skim grow rlmidv along In tho afternoon ami n at 1(1 wlmtf nine from the wtsat. Shortly otter llu d s exhibition n light rnlrt rnmo up nnd n good many of tho belated klovera cmnc In for a aonMug. The lrnnagemcnt had pin nn ml n glorious wind up, but on ncrount of tho linear tnlnty of tho wind, tho aeroplane operators did not attempt to go over :ii New Fields of Commerce. c'gtithof ninlle, whilo tho dlrlgtbto operators, with the exception of Ileaofecy, lleaclioy MINES SHIPP GETS SENTENCE stuck rlosn to shoro. day, goingnisd TROOPS GUARD GOO ho best flight of the feet or more In height, which wis ns as MINERS QIIOW TJOLYOVEH LOBS U. 8. SUPREME COURT BENDS bigh up hi nenreat rival. Heachey In the ntr 11 minutes and 13 was TENNESSEE SHERIFF TO JAIL OF THEIR COMRADES. secends on one flight and C minutes and 4 seconds on tho next. He Authorities Fear Dlsordsr Whin Failure to Preyent Lynching of Ne- awnnlrtl first prlxo In tho dirigible gro Prisoner Who Had Appeal Bodies Are Brought Up Hops events for general oxcellcnce at Ihn Before) Suprsmo Court. of Life. Abandoned. meet. Charley Wlllard captured both prlivs In tho aeroplane contest nnd Washington. For tho first time In Le Haddock's balloon had n walkCherry, HI. Troops have been called for to prevent any untoward demonstra- American history, six men nre In prison over, flyover, or whatever you may balloon tion nt the St. Paul coal mine when for contempt of the supreme court of en! I It. In the the bodies of the 300 men, entombed by the United States. For the first time, race. Ills bng wns the only one to go last Saturday's dlnster, are brought to too, the federal government La) placed up. MeOlir Wnndirer. from Dayton, the surface. So fur Here has been no men behind the bars as an outcome ol O, was blown away by the wind, and the gas was pumped out ol tho Cinviolence diplaycd as a result of the dis the Ivmhtng of a negro. At the United States Jail in this city cinnati to enable Haddock's balloon In inter, and State's Attorney Kckhart hoix's by the presence of a small guard On I it. Joseph F. Shipp, former sheriff, of go up. On Ing to the large cxiuhiw 'he management of the meet was put move on the Chattanooga, Teiin. i Jeremiah to prevent any part of the iiiIiicm, whose feelings have his jailer, and I.uther Williams, Nick to In securing Glenn Curtis It la been wrought up by the loss of their Nolan, Henry Padgett and William thought that the venture will prove a Mayes of the same city, began Monday rer. It la estimated Hint l.OOrt peocomrades. present. On the outside, ocWhen the bodies will be brought to afternoon to serve terms of imprison ple were spots cupying the surface is doubtful. None of the ment imposed n few hours before by the rooftops, chnlre corn on the hlllildw. freight nnd perched om officials believe any of the 300 entombed supreme court of the I nitcil States, Shipp nnd (ilhson had been found telegraph poles, wertt at least S.000 men nre ulive. of failing to protect from a mob mere peopl who came, not to pay the Stories of distress continue to pour In. guilty I'M Johnson, whose legal execution for price of admission, but to aee the por In making the rounds of the miners' criminal tun aault had hern stayed by the free of charge and havo all tho aviahomes, Duncan McDonald, president of oxponso of the they court until that tribunal I)itrict 12, United Mine Workers, dis supreme the case. The others I tad could tors. could at the nerr before In the Probably been review covered that a new baby has arrived nt found guilty of turtlelpatlon in the history of (.atonln. havo the street oars a home which lost n father and a son. lynching of a federal prisoner. Shipp, hauled such a tremondous crowd of The mother was kept In ignorance of the Williams and Nolan were given sentences pies sure seekers. Two speolnl trains Kiglity-siof the homes vis disaster. of ninety days imprisonment each, while brought out at least S00 people nnd ited were, with the exception I chil (iibson, Padgett and Mayes rath re went back crowded to tbo guards. ' without mala members. dren, There wns no serious accident of any ceived sixty days. Only the most frantic of the women As the big barred door of the jail k'nd outride of the mishap to McOlll's who l"it husbands ventured to visit tho swung open to receive the prisoners Mon bsllocn. When WclU left In his hot-ai- r shaft, and these, crjing for lost ones, day afternoon, immediately alter sen balloon to make his parachute exhad to be, almost forcibly taken lack. tenet had been Imposed, Warden McKee hibition It was almost too dark to ite It was a scene of desolation. treijenl- - stood before them. him come down. Hit made n safe ly a puff of smoke issued from a. crevice "At least, we are In the hands of a landing about n halt mile from t ti in the cover over the shaft. This was soldier," exclaimed Cspt. Shipp, who Lad track. This feature wan enjoyed by taken as evidence of the tire raping with- been in many a fight for the Confeder the b'g crowd, especially so became in. Outdoors the mourners experienced acy, as he espied n (I. A. It. button in ot the daring aeronaut's nerve In takIntente cold, an Icy wind" sweeping over the la icl of Warden McKee's coat. ing to the clouds against such a . the prairies, Then, turning to his five fellow pris- strong wind nnd In almost total darkness. Tho commlite on contests and oners, he sa id i award consisted of J. Stacay Hill "Hoys. It will be nil right." PROFITS OF STANDARD OIL Warden McKee has inaugurated meth- (chairman), frank Dunbar, Dr. C. I Itontflcld. Itlchard C. Km it and A. J. ods of punishment at the jail as humaniWall Street Statistician Makes Bom tarian as the various class of prisoners Conroy. In tho aeroplane conteit Startling- Figures. will allow, and he was prepared for the Charles K. Wlllard was awarded first . New York. That the Standard Oil reception of the six men from Tennessee. and second prizes over Glenn II. Company has made profits of nearly Tho prizes were donated by the Sitting on his straw lied, half reclin $000,000,000 in seven years, from lain! Capt. Shipp Automobile club ot Cincinnati, and ing on his pillow of to 1000, is figured out, by one of Wuli mode this statement:straw, wero for height nnd distance. In the street's statisticians. This year'it pro lit "We are very well pleased with the dirigibles Lincoln Iloachey was awardis estimated at $80,000,000. The npprox treatment given us by Warden McKce, ed first prlxo and Hoy Knabcnahuo imate figures, allowing $60,000,000 for second prize. The first prlio was doand arc delighted with the quarters 1009, are $593,202,000. nated by tho Optimist club and lh In this time the company has distrib second by tho guarantors. In the NO PARDON FOR SHIPP. utor $318,594,300 In dividends. race the Haddock, ownoj by Ij-liof Cincinnati, won. H. Haddock, Mr. Itockcfcller is supposed .f own nbout n third of the Standard Oil stnckv Said That tha President Cannot Act This was tho only starter. The Hadin Such Cases. On that basis he received $200,1US,000 dock won tho Piccadilly club cup and Washington. That there will lie no the Convention cup. one beout of the $318,591,(00 paid to shareholder in the thane of dividends, or pardon from the White House for Sam- ing for distance and the cither for , John Mitchell and Frank height attained. As there war no third nbout $6,000,000 more than the capitali uel (iompt-rMorrison, of the American Federation of prlzo In the dirigible contest the comzation of the comiwny. in case the Supreme Court of the mittee on prized passed n resolution For seventeen years sincu 1S92 the net profitH of the company are estimated nt United States upholds the loner louft thanking young Cramwotl Dixon, or whilo the dividends for and limit them guilty of contempt, is a Columbus, for his kind assistance and $1,049,112,061, fart which is strongly indicated lu con- praising him for his many successful the same period liave amounted to The Mir pi in after divldrnls nection with tlx; Jailing of former Sher- 111 jlita. His only drawback was lark iff Shipp of Chattnnooga und his asso- ot experience. He la due to become amounts to $397,014,704. ciates. ono of tho greatest aerial navigators The department of justice has come tn of tho world. GOULDS SELL WESTERN UNION the conclusion that Sheriff Shipp and -i To Und His Life In 's Kuropewn hotel. ::o Missouri avonne, but whose papors and Jewolry would Indicate ho It Wllilnm A. Woodward, from Covington, former chief clerk tnr a railroad, was round doad from asphyxiation In his room. A rubber tube was connected with a gas Jet and held securely to the man's nostrils by n towel knotted about the tubing snd then tied at the back of the head. In a good black suit were found two photographs, one of a child about 3 years old and another of nn attractive young: woman attired a a rollete girl and wearing n mcrtar-lioarrati benrlng tbo dato '9S. two pawn tickets showing 112 had been obtained on a diamond ring, watch chain and locket with tho monogram "W. A. W." Thce Indlmto that his home was In Covington. Ky.; that he was a member at the Knights nt Pythlss and that In 190S he was n bookkeeper for the Interstate railway, and 1909 Ita chief olntk. RACING AT LATONIA St. I.ouln, Xto.A man who hud reg'sterod ns "flam Houston" at ilio St. Lout. With a frantic i (, lessly germ riddled mother called lur In siwcdy account "I ln't est trango men, h. od Those nan ( . -- jBe tcir t , :' u friends. And I cooked In n sl.ot.i "What did you fa "Only soma Vi shovel by one of tho oun, "rT, t h . ' . " , ", UJ celtlngtbewUd countenance l right mother for off the shovel w-- ,,rap b hf? VaV .t I rc n 1 tioure.1 In - ih. - hibatUNrlv . Ml tt, J STRANGE COMPAW. Tho Goose-H- ow t Eca r:.t( (, be sure. I have netcr icaV t'fc, such good frlmda w.y, k WJ9 Home (ilb-uin- x year. Uninterruptedly Untl. Thanksgiving Day. Covington. Ky. With the "alr-mrsnd their craft out ot the way tha racing will resume once more at I.v tonla and continue uninterruptedly until Thanksgiving day. During Ihe remaining day that the racing will hold sway at Uitcnln. It should b fruitful lo the management hs plenty off good horses havo readieil here from New York to engage In tho sport. There sro slso a number of followers hero th.U canrn. from eastern oltiUi during the last few days and they should rontrllc ute to mak'j the racing the best that has been witnessed In this Meilon In Will Continue o rr in tv. ed beyond ot Chi. ae i askt iti rcngiana pie Is hk p y will not help him o to i t ho means apple It Is like ta r:-- "tj Kraerson llquedrd h bs r.j.:d Massenet and spiced . h ti,",' clsra of Sha If he neani pic lis. It Is like tome cf cak heard In a landscape a.l i.a asd t: era, It Is too esriy yet ta dcicits the mlnco pics of 15.3, k.t li:i jeifi and last jear aa net ta erji d I nary good year ce Ike In salary and a rt:ca', home arrlvlnr on tho i'n sdrn contolenco as bchatlBg os ton uiooc. ljc-D- roor New England Pie, dr. ii.. TRACY DECLARED VICTOR of Elec- For Circuit Judge by Doard tion Commissioners. Covington, Ky. Hy For Colds and Crtcp Tt bst remsily I Itlcks' Cspuilin lit .rvi fevertshntu l r-tso. It's UquH I" 'l sa ana wq mi isrus otm The average man If It Is past riprt ' Ciwii-.I t s iSn jj 4 t isi Cur-tlss- a plurality of his past orlo vote Frank K. Tracy, democrat, was declared winner In tho election for circuit judge of Kenton countr, Kentucky, over Judge Hhaw, repuV Mean, by the board ot election commissioners In Covington, after n twelve-hou- r session. In which all tho disputed Utllots were carefully gone over. The official election returns gave each 7.188 votes, but the Investigation resulted In a net gain of eno He and tho other demofor Tracy. cratic rand'datM wero granted certificates of election. la tlU CndlEj esL u'Mti OWES HER LIFE AV. TO Kentucky Intelligence Owenton. Ky. Vegetable LvdIi E. Pinkham's Compound bill-Ico- n e $070,-437,30- college. ' vast fortune New York. Sale of the Could hold ings in Western Union to tho American Telephone and Telegraph Company was announced hero Tuesday. Western Union stock went to the high level of 85 but afterward reacted. Telephone stock rose to 111 The "street" hears that 85 was paid for Westenf Union by the, telephone company, and economies made (Hissiblo by the merger will insure regular dividends on Western Union stock. In order to uiako the ubsorptlnn com plete, the Incorporation of a new billion- Will Handle $20,000,000, Is said, will bo necesNew York. Miss I.'lectru Hatcincyer, dollar company, it sary to include the $392,472,100 of lsinds daughter of tho late Henry 0. the "sugar king," was Wudnes-da- and stock of the American Telephone Hell Company, appointed as one of the executors of Company, known as tho of This and the outstanding $105,000,000 her father' $20,000,000 estate. was made by him prin- bonds and stock of the Western Union. Grange Says Better Look After the Fcrmtr. Des Moines, la. The National Grange, in session here, went ou record as favoring improvement of the public highways In preference to the development of tho Some inembeM also deep waterways. declared that improvement of market roads Is far more important than that of boulevards for licli automobilists. National 3-Have-mcye- HIGHWAYS VS. WATERWAYS. Will Ba Organlrad Into a Billion tempt of the United Slates Supreme development In tho cnie ot Mrs. Dollar Combine. Court cannot be pardoned. Solicitor-Centra- l som Itoberts when alio cmno to Lloyd Bowers went Into the question with cure. Ho came to the conclusion that this wits an instaneo where executive clemency would not lie. the men sentenced with him for con- Wllllnmstown, Ky. Thoro wns a now HanWll- cipally as the bead of the American Sugar Keiluing Company, which is now charged with being guilty of frauds that cheated the government out of mlllioni in customs revenues. Man Has Snowfall. 1'ftgttair, Arli. Director Lowell, ol the obsenatory hero, reports the first apparent antarctic snowfall of thu season on Mars. 1'atches appeared at tin aUKude of C1.72, longitude 100.IP. Tin first was on November 12, and wns mmH, Tho second putch v.as observed November 18. Cotton Oil Mea Fear High Duty. Washington. Tho Amcrfcun Cotton Seed Oil interests ure greatly vrtlilbed over the prospect that tho French parlia ment will enact legislation greatly in creasing th duty on cottou seed nil. Tho American Cotton Oil Company has taken the matter up with the stnto depart-Hunrepresenting that tho Trench ex- poit tatiir commission lias iJready recommended to tho parliament that this action bo taken, und that parliament seems greatly Inclined to favor this coursa. t, llnmstown und sworo to nflldnvlt tha; Karl Thompson, negro, hnd nttaeked her. Keeling I at fever heat nguln. It was rumored that Thompson would be brought hore from Georgetown for Walks Back to Jail. a hearing. Tho ollkers wero warned Frankfort. K v. After assurin" the not to bring the nrgro hore, ns a dayeninffirt tif his mother. hl wife urul Ills light lynching would result If they did. children, Kite Combs walked sixty miles Judgo Cammnck will bo nsked to hold in nruer to return to me jan neie troin a spetlnl term of thu Grand circuit court lo try tho negro. h eseniied last snrimr. lie ! " cuped from prison (o go tn his mother's bedside. It was seed time when lie ar Frunkfort, Ky. Arllrlos of Incorrived t home, and Combs planted corn, poration or the Covington nnd Ulg , iHiiawM-.uariey, nay ami vcgcianies, Bono Inturiirban Kuilwnv Co.. with tended them in the lomr hot nmiithJ. capital Mtock of UGO.OOO. were filed hunestcd them this full, and when the here. The conipnny will build a tracwinter's provisions wero safely stored, tion lino from Covington to Dig Don he rave ntmlirnre to his fountrv's l:iui Bprlngs. according to hi understanding of put ice. Loxliigton, Ky. In adjourned ei slot! hore the executive lwnrd of Hi" Blackmails by Night. Ityrlny Tobacco und apLoulsllle, Ky. A mysterious black- proved, conditionally, Insiirnnce Co. Iho purehaso ut mailer, who works by night, Is puzding a bonded warehouso at Hunodiburg, tho Louisville police at present. Thf wun a capacity of l.OUU.OOIl pound. person, failing thus far to induce tin Tho purchase of two ncros of ground family of Martin Morau to leavo money nt Lawrenceburg nnd five aeros In Ml. for him at a designated place, has noti- ilurllng was also approved. U "haunting" them. fied them Hint he Ills latest promise by letter to "notch" Winchester. Ky. David norm. tho shutters on n certuiu room window schoolboy, stole h h,i.. jrh night has been fulfilled eery night tho toar of an aiitomobllu and c that has ehpscd since tho promise wat jumped off, fraoturltig his skull. thwi Hx made, though detectives have been placeniy recover. guard ubout the house. on d Va. "I feel Hat 1 011 VIcnns, Klght Indictments tho last ten years of my life to against prominent Owen county farLible Compoati mers for the burning of tho barn of Lleita jtan County Itond Supervisor Nelson CunA VlltiCt ningham were returned by the grand aladow. I Lid tea Jury here. All were tclcurd on JS.OOO undfr the aocun rartbutgotnorelitf. bond. t hnil.ind Kf-suaded me ta W Frankfort, Ky. The muchmooted question whether or not an Innkeeper ecetable Coa-tn this slate hnd the right to sell Inpcunaat.ltw:,;' Iikec!jra. !! toxicating liquors to guests on Sunli.rf.lalnTIny day when nerved with tho regular ..v . 1 .ir"- - 9 1:" n:i moalt was settled by the court of suu luijtij. nppea's In the case of tli K'elb.icn women to tako Hotel Co., of Ioutsvllle, agnlnat 'he Vegetablo Conrpom commonwealth. The appellate court li of the unanimous opinion that the Innkeeper his no such right. ful drug, nnd twl y h' ai t j g tho largest una x rcl Loutavlllo, Ky. Stcrkholdors of thu forfemale dlsea icf mt Jg of Casualty Insurance Co. voted clno In tho country. National en fl b for absorption by the Consolidated ToluaLirr tcstlmoniili are t iaborafsry Casualty Co., and the stock of thu the llnUutin f Mass.. from women ufco former company will bo Immediately cured exchanged for slock In tbo consoliremain dated ooncorn. C. C. McChord, who ccratlon.1 was prostdeut nnd gonerul counsel for Ippiimilirl - -it t th old company, bocoinos vice prcll-don- l Indigestion aiut it m ., suffer nfforJ.i Kvery such and misoclnto rountel. I nlr I ,13 I' la.L. fogetnble tVimpr" l ! (( Frankfort. Ky. Whilo tho woodwniihl IIKeM'a If switch-boai- d work on which Iho electric about your cnhe ri j Is fastened burning tn ihi .A' lining Capitol tliMiter tho audience at Iho Dockstador Minstrels, In order to midulvioslit!lpniprevent a panic. Joined In with Lew Dockstndor and At Jolion, singing and whlilllng "Fighting tho Flamos," and -prove ntod a panic. Tho fire was soon put out. lp s fI . 1 Lr-'.-i- -. ifri J J ..I V 1 1 s hr SICK HEADACHE CARTERS piLLb m ii'irl.cuL' 1! Mt. Sterling, Ky Tho Hurley society will n once begin tho fraction lit u Urge warehouse SO by ISO feet, ulth 21 feet to tha oave, nnd will hv a capacity for rohntidllnf and rcdry ng GSO.OOO pounds of tobacco, snd will bo one of the best plauts of It kind In WHITTLE. .... J7 I as---- a IIJ IVER in imsM ILAHItno WlVER PILLS. '1 a I rs' .1 .. ..LIS r , la I'.l the statu. Henderson ltv Ktaht v.lliren em. nlcves of tha flrenn tllixr fnnl I'n have nlod suit ntjalunt that oumpany for Micra nlleeiiil In tie line In nmmints rang'ng from $1.M tu snd nz -O. rCcnuncMtji. Ir.ClmlBS!5ll, SUBSTITUTES. (mil 4 The Sweet, Yellow, Smooth Pumpkin Pye ncle Farmers and Merchants Clinton Street, Hickman, Kentucky. -- ..ABSOLUTE lank Sam Develops New Easter Lily Ing lilies seed." In thl country dlrcctlr from The hflelit IIuJon miy tins Ji nd lis flp rinljy ror. And th Inn ol III rrsprr wllh rciltiy ilwfll on, KrrUnlnn tt noon 6n the cool brttty linrei lor me the rich toll of New Cnflind pro I urn An oll rini more tlfr lo tho Ittto and Ilia eye. lis month Jelly yellnnr pumpkin of lli flip. hfirJ melon, nl the . Tim fiinnt oxporu (he ilcartmcnt of nj?rlculturo ct .t -I .Hnnllnn lit Hilntrtf ..i.mv i.. , L" .""f i Iwvo licon evolved . it umion In nil prouaull. r ,f I rlctlcs of lilies which ri'nl In Ihn department's i in wnsruuKion win do :i ho liiarKwt uy growers, new p L3 n fi.jwcr I ummor-bloomln- i 3 f : c . i ur I ... ii J ; I r, r 1. ; t . nf tltil In.ti.a. iiccomiiiB iin impor- qunnlltlcM of ,n )rari pnt boon tin-- i Itrmuda. Japan and otJi-- i.i.il I ho demnnd for tho .ants seems to bo on tho or hups in mo uiwpu f II T flnllownjr, In Jiy t : t. ::: 3 it y; lines of work havo been mill rarrleil out hy our disease. A second lino of work In connection i lur chlcdy for tho pur- nnK new types of lilies with tho production of lilies has been n nrnl crossing nnd to under wny In tho department for tho racticablllly of grow. Inst four years. !i- -1 One of tho, most promising of tho hybrldii ha reunited from craning the I'hlllpplno Illy and the Ilermuda Illy. The I'hlllpplno Illy taken two month lo como Into bloom from the period of planting tho bulb, whllo tho Ilermuda nnd lis vnrloiii relatives roqulro In the nelghborhod of flvo monthi. It wan thought that thero would bo a Kieat saving If tho tlmo taken toforM a r good Illy could bo reduced by a month or two. With n viow of bringing thli about tho hybridization of tho I'hlllpplno nnd tho Ilermuda Illy hat been effected. Tho result of tho cross la a flower larger than tho familiar Easter Mr, but not quite so brand ns nnd a llttlo ahorter than tho I'hlllpplno Illy. Up to thli time Americana havo had to rely for n very uptime supply of Philippines lilies upon tho I'hlllpplno Islands, and thny arrlvo early In tho spring, when they rnnnot bo used for forcing; but by growing them In California they enn bo obtained In the fall In good tlmo for forcing Into flower during tho winter. Tho planta so far grown In California, says Mr. Oliver, do not show signs of tho Illy IJni-te- mellow ll iulret. Vlien tempered wllh singer and Ink d Into pf. T RT others with dalntleithelrspprtlta pamper, . with delight on tha And plenilori nl piste. He tlunneU with a tiuille, and bid ptie scamper Such pleaiurea at theae I rrtlen to the areatt Hut Blv me the leat when no knives and lorkt clatter. Where each lo the neat cherry tible Irawa nlsh. And rarrea lor hlmietf from the broad how fie A alire nl the avect, yellow, amooth pumpkin pye. earthen platter detlsht In the. the In qualllna the milk from the cocoa nut's ahell Some, the nllee and pomegranate lavUlt their pralaa on. The orange's glow and the pine apple'a amrlli I leave them the produc' ol both of the Indlea. And all the rich Inilta ol a tropical kyi Their etillie julcea end flavor! and tingee. And aik no detaett aave the aweet pumpkin pye. "TIIP.N halt tothemuae ol the pump--" kin and onion. The frenchman may laugh and the I'ngll-hma- n aneer Al the land nl the llihle, and Plalm Hook and Punyant Still, mill to my lioiom her green hllla are deari llrr daughtera are pure aa her bright cryatat lountalna. And. Hymen. U ever thy blettlngal fy. O give me the girl ol my own native mountalne, ho knows how to temper the aweet pumpkin pye. tloilon Sentinel ol Sept. 18, IttlB. ore TIIFRi:and thoie who raUIn, ll( SAFETY IS THE BASIS.... That we offer to depositors. Other Inducements are of secondary Importance. Upon this Guarantee we Solicit Your Patronage. H, BUCHANAN, EL President C Dondursnt, J. A. THOnPSON, Cashtav 3, 3. Buchanan, T. A. Led ford. DIRECTORS O, D. Tbralk.ld, 3. W. AlellSto. Dr. J. M. Hubbard. B. M. Isler, THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO pos-sefs- Fire I round the "Let It pass." Tho third tlmo tho of tho wnnd holds It over some head and Inquires, "Tho wnnd rests TRANSFER MONEY IS BY ExJening over whom?" Then Is tho exile promptly to answer, "Over nnmlng tho right person. Tho trick Is nccom- pmueu Dy Having It arranged that the confederate who remains In tho room shall hold tho wand over tho person who spoke last beforo tho announce ment. "The wnnd passes." All the in tho next room need bo nblo to do Is to distinguish tho voices of tho company. ox-Il- o LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE 'FOR RATES APPLY T0 LOCAL MANAflER CUMDERUKD TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPH CO. 'OIINUTtS ... OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND uestion or nam Kaised m Washington ii ivur n.MtK . or Missouri in a fr ' ' C . among epicures nnd chef a war in cook a vircini.i "" riling that a Missouri Irs' anyhow. Tho wlfo a leader In tho hous " !." take direct Issue 3 In Washington -- s 1.3 si ' b "j ! t . : j f":- : 'h V it .' i -, - ,Ktr i i kr with which to cure ght of tho full moon In and that It must come J!:fher of Presidents," for I s f Iierger Moran bo havo declared In favor Mrs. - J ie' Itlackbum, Col. the real aristocratic iiiii inmn r b ar iin 1. a in' .. - ML-- jrl ham Is so far ahead c. j n be so deceived. Isn't every- - iKjlDg taring cooking and aervlng I -1 this dainty morsel la not only an nrt, naii and tho mora strenuous ones havo como but borders on tho sacred tblnga of our Uvea. back from a brisk after-dinntramp. It's grow"Our plga nro raised with Intlnlta ing colder outside. Twicare they nro not allowed to aseoclnto light Is approaching. wliht'ioHO of tho lower atrata In life;' Within, rulea aro observed In feedaround tho open lire, housemates and guests have ing and grooming them, nnd when at last they nro doomed to dlo, wo are gathered for nn evening of Thanksalmost as sorry ns tbey can possibly giving Jollity. And now what shall wo do? No be. "Hut nur qualms of consclenco aro dry. braln racklng game of whist, no assuaged when, after months of smok- stylish hnnd of brldgo-noth- lng like ing In tho dear old amokehouso, tho that Is meant for this glorious occn-aloAny kind of cards Is too excluhnms nro tenderly taken from their tooka and treated to u period of aim sive, too cold blooded for this hour. mcrlng (for you never boil a ham) nnd No. next on tho Thanksgiving pro basting and browning nnd garnishing, gram is an evening of good, whole-- . then served and eaten with pure Joy Mmo. silly. Jolly games, A few suggestions In tho line of and gusto. "They don't know whnt n really games of this sort may help the, good pleca of hog meat la In Virginia. housemother mako this Thanksgiving, I will admit, however, that I learned oi etilng Is nn especially Joljy one. "Telegram" Is n good gnmo to get all I know nboul cooking ham from my friend Mrs. Ilurko of Alexandria. every ono Into good humor ns quickly, Suppy each member of Mra. Ilurko la a of ns possible. Thomas Jefferson, and sho was telling tho company with n pencil nnd a mo how tho nrt of simmering tho sheet of paper. Each person Is then dainty caran to be known In America. lo say offhnnd somo letter of the nl-- , Tho letters, in tho order "Sho said that when Mr. Jefferson phnbet. was rambling about Kuropo lu search nnmed, are taken down by tho whole of knowledge, he happened to stay In company. Tho stint set Is for each Paris nt a fashlonnblo hotel. Tho one to write n tolegram made up of ham was so good that Mr. Jefferson words beginning with tho letters givcdled for the Trlnco of tho Kitchen en. All the letters must bo used, the and asked him bow ho managed to original order must bo preserved nnd no extra words can bo added. When keep tho meat so tender. "'Zo bam must be simmered, mon- tho telegrams aro completed they nrc sieur lo American,' ho was told by gathered In, mixed up nnd dealt out again that responsibility for nnd perthe obliging chef. sonality In them may bo Impossible Iron-cla- VAj Justice, has beon dono tho Thanksgiving dinner froul soup to nuts and raisins. Tho somnolent spirits lmvp r taken their nftcr-dlnno- Another mystifying gamo Is called "Chlncso writing." Tnko grandfather's cane in your hand: request your confederate to step Into the hall. All decide upon a rather short word, say, "meat " Doth of you understand that you will tap with your cano for tho vowels nccordlng to their regular order; n, ono tap; e, two taps; I, three taps; o, four taps; u, flvo taps, and that tho first letter of tho first word of every rcmnrk that you mako after your confederate enters will bo a consonant of the word sho Is to guess. The tnps of the enno will bo the vowels according to their order. As she enters ypu begin marking on the floor with your cano marvellous characters, which the whole company will watch eagerly. As yen write you say casually. "Must I write fasf" Hero sho gets tho "M." Then you mako two heavy taps as you writ, which, according to the code means "E." After a little more writing rnnke another single tap for tho "A " Then say naturally, "Try to follow me very closely," which gives her the "T" to complete the word. Go on writing mysteriously for a moment or two nnd then ask her If sho 1ms read tho word all right She will doubtless Jie nblo to tell tho company, to their great astonishment. With a little Ingenuity you can make your re marks sound very natural and hence mako tho trick seem very puzzling. In -- Absolutely iM'll! THE BEST-a .. . f I iiinunmrc uannea uooas. Hdnz's Varieties of Pure Food Products. Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas. 3 GUI on or t.lepbons us whan In nsd of GROCERIES, or FEED3TUFF3. FRESH MEATS Telephone 6. 3 Deliveries; Ledf ord & Randle -- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1866. TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. (Successor to B. O. Rsmsjo, deceased.) riarble and Granite rionuments CURBINa, STONB WORr ! kinds, IRON FENCING. HICKrUN, x U ' i i KENTUCKY 1 ln r . r it t cattish at that. They put their heads together and composed a letter to the United States Hah Commission, nsk-Inthat Deaue's statement be verb field, If possible, from the offlclal reck employes of tho Ilurcnu ords. vi unu ..: in received A reply was Instantcr, "M, ii iiih iiaiu-- r Commissioner Dowers declaring that iiiiviv . OCB'r l - Ii .i,., i. uiuii'fl .it. rni mirv n vii in iiiim catfish Is Biuall for tho l'r'r'.Cll, aC EOimi lmn in lii.nlnht.ul Mississippi and showing that ii ocjicvo that Mississippi aro not uncommon. Uearlng "'-- I . u:i cvpr tin hu ikh inn this eplstln In hla hand, nnd with a g -e m "I'll show you," quoth Dcane. Ho proceeded to his comfortable homo nnd Informed Mrs. Deane tlmt. for tho first time In his llfo his word was doubted, nnd over a Mississippi river " Of inore th ...vva V William 0. Dcane. . itiu mioiuuii lll.lrlnl nt tied" skeptics. All hands wcro convinced and reIn tho Pu- treated In sllcnco to their er. presses, "l'vo seen many n big catdc bred that ho had rrrrnttv fish In Missouri," said Dcane, "but I iwa ra"-rmiplit iiin .....i- -i i .... was not prepared to go ns far as Comi'uiiGs. ma associates missioner Dowers In nttcstlng their u "' laughed hlra to scorn size. I was shown myself and did Di h real mad. soma tall showing." Jjla ua-'i- r tin of a h fl aereno smllo on his countennoce, Deano proceeded to his accustomed placo In tho bureau nnd called for the 'I f Tl,.. .1... . i t. . proportions Snakes in a Bag, Not Robbers' Loot train robbery that recently occurred In tho mlddlo west. Tho fact that I.e Mat seemed to b very careful of tho sack and Its contents wns suro enough proof of "something," you sec, and when ho turned It over to a pullmnn porter n '' V n't off some awful itr.".M o 11 p- storlca on hut this ono la ft !Iar X 10 ""'"fo'" nlllct0( Bpct he eartT up U Mat, n. 'ash-K- ; "l.ln w,w nl" r of corduroy trousers, a big " an1 n,a 'nco adorned with h t!ni,,':l,C0.n" of whluh kl wor cm?, 1'i f . VlY gl 110 had n,0"K w' ww - .il" ?1ck' Yl''' lB ii .nr" gunny- - n,1"tn la Chi- wll,c'"' hand-..- . .Ini.ti,. . him inieW- - 'Tb'ey sack: tho loot'of paid him soma money, nnd bo Immediately got tho bag hidden out of sight, wnB Just proof positive well, not qulto posltlvo enough for arrost, but mighty good proof. Ho two of tho Chicago sleuths board' ed tho pullmnn, nnd they shadowed I.o Mat to Washington, having telegraphed nhcad for detectives to meet then at tho I'nlon station. Tho Urst man to greet I.o Mat on his arrival was a Union stntlon detective, who Is n personal friend. Then Lo Mat nnd tho dotectlvos mado his from Chicago had n trip to Washington for no cost to themselves. Tho gunnysack contained tbrco big rattlesnukes, which now adorn tlm Washington too. And that ends Uj( story of one lot of sleuths. another clairvoyant trick one person toes out of the room while a word, representing somo object. Is chosen. When he returns, his confederate asks him, "Is It a 7" naming somo article the first letter of which is the first letter of the word he is to guess. The gucsser replies In tho negative. The questioner then ' asks. "Is it a to place. 7" naming some After they havo been rend, a new t tho initial letter of which Is the set of letters Is ghen nnd now tele- second letter of tho word to be grams composed. Very shortly each guessed, and so on until the word Is ono In tho company will bo chuckling complete. with delight over his own efforts nnd Thug, supposo the word was curroaring with laughter over tho Ingen- tain. The questions might be, "Is It ious and ridiculous conglomerations a candlo?" "Is It an umbrella?" "Is that will bo rend. From A D C D K F It n rat?" "Is It a table7" "Is It on 0 II I J, for Instance, ono might o apple?" "It Is Ice?" "Is It a needle?" "Aunt Delay's cow dying" To nil of these the person questioned -Kdltha flunked Oerman" - "Holo- has answered, "Xo," but he has been caust Imminent, Jane.'' Anothor might following tho first letters of tho make of it "All broken hearted. Come words, nnd when tho next question directly. Ever faithful George has comes, "Is It a curtain?" he answers Ignominious! Jilted." "Yes." If it Is preferred to mako the "Gossip" Is great fuu, though no trick seem moro magical, when he ono wants to play It more than n few has heard tho word spelled out he minutes. Let tho ontlro company may suddenly Interrupt his questionstand side by side on a straight line. er and, rubbing his forehead, say, Then let tho person who stands at "Wait, I know what It Is. It Is a curono end whisper something very tain." However, tho company will be quickly ip tho car of his next door more apt to guess the trick if It Is neighbor. The mlnuta ho stops whis- doue In this way. pering, the next door neighbor tho mcssago Just as swiftly and If you havo In your company any Just as secretly to his neighbor nnd person good naturcd enough to op so on down the line. prcciato a Joke on himself, tho followWhen tho last person In lino Is ing trick will furnish much fun: Anreached tho originator of the message nounce that you will hypnotize nny tells tho company what lie said nnd friend who is willing to follow your the matt at the other end what was directions. Itetiro from tho room said to him. Of con r be, the original and tuko two cups and saucers, Put remark has been garbled. Tho moral your own carefully aside. Then tnke and tho laughter aro both obvious. the other saucer and hold It over a lamp or candlo until tho under part Is Gnmes in which two o the com- covered with soot. Put the cup back . pany, confederates, mystify the rest In the saucer. Kill tho cups with ore always fun, although they can, of Then tell your friend who Is to course, bo played only once. Prime bj hypnotized that It is Impossible among tlieso is "Tho Wund .Passes." fur tho Bpcll to work unless ho follow Olio of tho company is scut from tho your directions exactly. Present him room. Another, who is lu league with with u cup and saucer. Tell blm to the first, promises that when he holds hold.thcso lu his loft hand, and, look-lu- i straight into your eyes and the waAd, which may be n cano or else, to do exactly what you do, umbrellu. over some mctib?r of the company, tho exiled member will be Then dip tho lingers of your right ablo to tell over whom. Tho door hind In the water, rub them on the must bo left open. Tho confederates under tldo of his saucer Is thick with explain that this In order not to cabalistic passes over your forehead tho current of electricity and .cheeks. TIih patient to bo hypthem. notized will do the sumo, and as the r allows tho com- under sldo of his saucer Is thick with The pany to chat a few minutes ufter his soot every cabalistic pass will leave confederate has departed. .Then ho Its mark. Tho effect on tho part of suddenly breaks In upon the conversa- the company who are entirely unpre-tion, wttvliiK the wand and gnyltig In c red for this denouement soou entone. "The wnud pus-u- s " lightens the victim. Tho soot scrubs a Tho exile uuswers from the nuM off easily and there Is no harm dono, room very solemnly, "Let It puss." provided you have been wise enough Again comes tho announcement, "Tho to. select a good naturcd rcrsou for wund pnsres." uud again tho answer, your"bynotlc Influence. nr-tlcpro-ducwa-torb n magic-monge1 Davidson & Stilus Meet Your Friends AT i Lauderdale's . Best In Hickman, not and eoIA baths; electrlo lights and teas), hydraulic chairs and TsrrtbUtf for comfort. DENTISTS. OFFICES: Hlckmsn, Kj. Ov.r Cowglll's drag store. Union Cilj, Tenn. In C D. A. building. Tonsorial Parlors Cliuton Street, Hicknun, Ky. Next door to Jones'-Caf- . LAND Casli Book Store FOR SALE Splendid Selection . . . New Books. Stationery, Post Cards, Notions, Etc, Celt and see our stock. Both city and farm property at reasonable prices. If you havo real estate for sale, let us get you a buyer. ADDRESS: Everything Hickman Courier Realty Ol Hickman. Kentucky. MaryBerendes&Conipany Let Us Be Your Waiter We never tire of helping others when they ask for good job "printing. We can tickle the most exacting typographic appetite. People who have partaken of opr excellent service come back for a second serving. Our prices are tho most reasonable, too, and you can always depend on us giving your orders the most prompt and careful attention. Call at this office and look over our samples. ""'-TTinTT- ia JOB PRINTING afrfSS " ,haa olber ,eIlow Wedding Invitations. Utter head, kill heads, sale billa. statement, dodgers, card, etc, all reclrr Ut tame cerelul Uoateesi Juit a litUe Utter than seems neceaurjr, Prompt deliver alwatt. The Sale In Greatest Hickman's History Will begin at our Store Saturday Morning, Nov. 27th at 9 o'clock aud continue while the goods lat. Our buyer spent la3t week in the markets, looking up good things in and He Found Them. dreamed of. be on our counters in this sale at lower prices than you ever Together with these new goods everything in our regular Stock will be on counters Ivwill w e They Goods: be wise and will be marked at prices to make them go not occur to you, and Yard Wide Domestic To Be Closed Out you to come 25c Mattings Plain White an opportunity to purchase seasonable goods At Wholesale Cost and Less early to make your An opportunity which does often it will for Table OaiCloth 25c Quality selection. ..We Guarantee Satisfaction and Will Take Back and Refund Money on any Purchase not Satisfactory.. Turkish Towels size 46x21 inches Extra Heavy Shoe Lnccs 9.4 Unbleached . Sheeting 15c 9c 5c 12c lc a pair 20c Cotton Is Going: Up Fast but Cotton Goods With Us Are Going Down Yard wide Brown Domestic. 10c Bleach Domestic 12 Canton Flannels. 4 Unbleached Sheeting. 10c Battings Best Calico Good Calico. 10c Dress Ginghams. 10c Chambrav8 Percales. Best quality Outings. 75c quality Heavy Table Felt, 2c .8 5c 9-- .20c 10c 4c .8c .8c -- These Prices on Staple Articles are Wholesale Cost and Less 25c Table Oil Cloth Yard wide Brown Domestic......................... 10c Bleach Domestic..- Extra Heavy Shoe Laces Good Pint, 200 count , Wire Hair Pins Good Garter Web....... f.. Beit Brass Pins, 360 count ....Z 35c Window Shades, 7 feet 75c Carpet Paper a roll................ 6 feet wide Linoleum, per square yard 25c Mattings, plain white Canton Flannels 12 . 4 Unbleached Sheeting....... 1.25 Comforts 15c white India Linens 11-- 4 all wool Blankets Safety Pins, nickled, double locking shield attachment 2 2 yard Lace Curtains Misses 15c double knee fleeced Hoie....'. 46x21 Turkish Towels 35c Fringed and Hemitched Damask Towels 75c Bleached Napkins now , 175 Bleached Napkins at l-9-- Special Values in Men's And Women's Underwear Sale Pncc 30c sold for leas than 50c, Mens Heavy Ribbed Shirts and Drawers, worth Sale Price 10c 35c ... . Boys heavy fleeced Shirts, sell for 50c always 35c 25c Ladies 35c ribbed Vests 35c Ladies 50c Vests Ladies Jersey ribbed Pants cut from 60 to .45c 35c V1 QK;r. rxSW illlUII lk WS 25c 35c Infants Union Suits. 0c 25c Child's Vests. 25c 50c Ladies Fleeced Vests.. . It isn't often you have a chance to buy staple uuderwear at such prices. You'll quickly ice the Mens heavy fleeced Shirts and Drawers, never 8c 5c 15c Sc 8 lc l-- lc 36-in- ch 54-in- ch 56c .9c 9c : lc a pair a package a package ........3c 4c 2Sc 60c 12 l-- lf. . ..............45c ..10c .20c Mattings and Linoleums At These Prices Never Before Heard of 25c plain White Mattine at Remnants of 35 and 40c Fancy Mattings 6 feet wide Linoleums, per square yard ..98c 10c 3.75 2c 29c 10c 9c 25c 59c 1.25 At Wholesale Cost 1 -4 Blankets and Comforts Mattings. It 15c 4c6c white all wool Blankets worth $5 at . 3.75 1.25 Cnmfnrts. rraet size 75c 98c Comforts, at . - Ladies Skirts at Heavy Reductions We have about twe dozen Ladles Skirts on hand. The styles ate good. Come in all staple colors and we have almost all sixes. These skirts are good values a. the regular prices, but to close them out, we offer now M and $10 Skirts for ... 5.00 5.50 and $6 Skirts for 3.50 .. HnfA ic n I nr New Shoes at Cut Prices. Mens, Ladies and Childrens. We went to St Louis and purchased a new stock of shoes just for this sale. We hunted for Bargains in Shoes and we found them. Brand new shoes just from the factory and we offer them to you as we bought them, at a tremendous saving in prices. And all of Bargains in Odds and .. i 1 tf Klcr Ends Peters Diamond Brand Shoes Offered at Gut Prices Wool Goods and Knit Gloves All at Sale Prices Ladies Golf Gloves and Mitts, in black and colors 9c 39c Ladies Fancy 50c black Cashmere cut to.....: Baby Knit Sacques, sold at 35 to 75c Sale Price 25c 19c lafaati 25c Toques now. 9c Baby Bootees Baby Caps In wool and silk, worth uo to 50c. now 9c .19c Cailds Fancy 25c Glove and Mitts now 48c Lidks 0c; wool Scarfs 25c Ladi 353 Wool Scarf ......t Mens fine 3.50 and $4 Vici $ and Box Calf for Mens Diamond Special, pat- - So. 50 ent Colt, Vici, Gun Metal..., Ladles $4 Par Excellence and SQ.98 L 3.50 Diamond Special $3.00 patent $1.98 Here are Ladies leather Bluchers for., $1.48 Ladies 2.00 Kid Bluchers., 2" J Misses' and Children's $1.50 $1 .25 Box Calf School Shoes Boys and Girls 1.75 Kanga- - $1 .48 I roo School Shoes for Mens $2.00 $1.48 I Bluchers for Mens 3.50 Gun Metal Bluch- - $f) ,48 ers for L Mens ffne $5 Patent Leather $ .98 2 Bluchers tor at K..t ...tix a int taken to up quick, we have maJe gi" gether. To clean them away prices on them, Sale Pnce 2c Dress Braids that sold up to 50c 2c . rttn . nM I iL r 25 tow Silk Velvets, worth $1 to 1.25 a yard..Sale Price 75c 1.25 black Silk Velvets 9c Ladies 25c Hand Bags Pins, A. big lot of Beauty Pins, Brooches, Hat Pint, Belt 9c Stick Pius and Beads, worth up to 75c now 2c for Narrow fancy Ribboos wnrte up to 12 9c Wide 20c fancy Ribbons for 15c 50c Ribbons now 8c 25c Laces at 15c 50c Laces at 25c Misses Caps up to 75c now 55c Silk Elastic Belting, worth 70c now... 25c 40c quality Genuine Hydetjrade Heatherbloom" 9c 15c Near Silk 15c .. 25c Near Silk 4c Cambtic Linings 7c Baby Elite Shoe Polish 19c Gild Edge Shoe Pollh l-- BLLISON BROS., Hickman, Ky Ik1 REMEMBER The day and date SATURDAY, NOV. 27lh 9:00 X. M. $15,000 iWORTH OFi REMEMBER The place Ellison Bros. HICKMAN, KY. SEASONABLE And GOODS TO BE SACRIFICED nearly a CAR LOAD OF NEW GOODS have been received this week to go into this sale at CUT PRICES 25 BOYS' cents PANTS $1.00 $1.50 25 cents $1.50 $1.50 Boys' Coat & $2.50 Vest Men's Coat & Vest From $15 and $16 MEN'S $3.00 PANTS Men's Shirts Sold up to Childs' Suits Sold Worth up to $1 at $4. $5, $6 From $12.50 Suits Suits BUYS Ladies Mittens; New Stylei 15c Back Combs; 15c Ball Hair Pirns Ladie 15c Black ISc Barrett Hoie; 46x21 Inch Toweli; Fine Quality Bleach Huck Toweli. 15c Hard Rubber Dressing Combs; 15c 15c s 9 Cents Mens, Boys and Childrens Clothes Almost Given Away Clothes that are well made, strong and durable. Made of first-clamaterial. Every garment in the lot worth five times what we ask for it. At the prices asked its like giving them away. Look at these ss Ladies and Misses Long Cloaks at Just Half Price Ladies 10.00 Short Jackets for Nickel Plated Horn Combi ; 15c Metal Back Combs. 1.50 Values in Counterpanes, Lace Curtain Special 1 1 2 ,50 I5 29c '8c 5 For Mens Coat and vest, from suits that sold at 12.50, 15.00 and 16.50, now six-- I 1 S9.50 M O IS Counterpanei 75 Counterpane 3) yds. Lace Curtalni 1 50 Lace Curtalni at 2.50 Ecru Lace Curtalni 3.00 Lace Curtain at for. 98 SI. 50 For Boys Coat and Vest, to 18, suits sold up to 12.50 .. es 30 to 33, or ages 14 Si .50 f) Z3 re Choice of Boy sstraight Pants worth up to SI for , pc 75c Genuine Bargains in Hosiery which should not Be missed Ladies' 5c Black Hose . Ladies' 5c Ribbed Top Hose 5c Misses Double Knee Fleeced Hose. Boys' 25c Samson Hose Boys' 20c Bearskin Hose , Misses' 25c Fine Ribed Hose. Misses' Extra Quality Hose Ladies' Extra Quality Hose 1 1 1 . L Q. 1.50 2.50 10c 10c 19c 15c 10c 10c . - Mens 1.50 Pants 5 for choice of any Childs Suit Mens 3.00 Pants for with straight pants. In- - $1.50 I Mens 5.00 Pants for eludes $4. $5 and $6 Suits S. 50 I All J. C. C. Corsets Have Been Cut in Price To Special Bargains in Mens and Boys Wearing Apparel 2 25c Boys COc Shirts, 3 Mens 1.50, 1.00 and 50c Shirts. 25c Including Monarch and Cluett 85c Menarch Shirts Cluett 1.50 Shirts 1.15 Mens finest S3 and 2.50 Hats.,.,1.98 Mens S2 Hats for 1.00 13-1- 9c 9c we have reduced the price of all make of corteti. Sale Price 1.10 Royalti and Rolta 1.50 Corsets ..... 85c e Girl, Grecian Hip and Milady, $1 Corset 4Sc 75c Nursing Coret cut to 30c 50c Guiles cut to .. doie them out this well known Coll-g- - Mens 35c h'vy rib'd Underwear..l9c Mens 50c h'vy fleeced Shirts and 39c Drawers 9c Mens Army and Navy Sox 19c Mens 25c Neckwear 39c Mens 50c Neckwear 3.50 Mens $5 Stetson Hats Dress Goods and Silks At Less than Wholesale Cost We have quite an assortment of Dress Goods, and at the prices offered, they are real, genuine bargains. Look at these : 75c Broadcloths, in brown, green and champagne 49c 50c all wool Dress Flannels at 25c 60c Blue Panama at 49c 50c blue and Green Mohairs 39c 50c Wool Plaids, 36 inch 25c 50c Black Fandies 39c 25c Large Figured 50c Silk Mulls for Scarfs, now 15c 25c Dot Moussellines, now Flannels At Cut Prices 35c heavy, gray twill Flannel. 40c navy twill Flannel 50c white Flannel 35c white Flannel 35c and 40c red Flannel ..29c 25c 29c 39c 28c Unusual Offerings of Linen Goods, Towels, Table Cloths, Napkins, &c. 15c Honeycomb Towels, 58x23 15c Bleached Huck Towels 39x19 15c Bleached Turkish Towels 38x18 15c Brown Turkish Towels 46x21 Cotton Crash ; Bleached Huck 12 c Pure Linen Bleached Huck v 15c Fancy Plaid .:.',.:. 25c Bleached Turkish Bath .vrUi..'. 25c Stamped Linens 15c Stamped Linens .V..! 25c Laundry Bags 50c Buff Table Linens 35c Red Table Linen ,...;r.. 35c White Table Linen 1.00 white Table Linen 85c white Table Linen . 75c white Table Linen 35c Bleached Huck Towels, scalloped ends 25c hemstitched Huck Towels Fine 50c H. S. Bleach Damask Towels Jill SOc Jill 9c 9c 9c 9c - 1.00 White Silk Warp Flannel, 36 inches, now 85c White Batiste 35c White Serge, 36 inch 60c Figured White and Pearl Gray Mohair I.OO Silks, Silks, now now SOc 25c 75c 65c 25c 45c Embroideries Laces 3c 10c 10c 10c 20c 15c 10c 20c 39c 25c 25c 79c 09c 65c 25c 20c 35c and White Goods -: We have good lines of these goods, and offer them at a fearful cut in prices. White D .re.sn Ltnrn. nnr - linen 25c 7c iuc Hamburg Lmbroidencs 5c Hamburg Embroidery 25c Laces, now 50c Laces at 15c 15c White India 10c Linons AH White Goods at Cut Prices. Special Sale of Fine Decorated Chinaware and Glassware at less than Half Price. All the following articles at ! 3c , Muslin Underwear at Cut Prices. 25c half Gallon Pitchers, 25c Footed Bowls 10 inch, 25c Cake Plates, 25 and 35c Meat Dishes, 25c Nappies, 25c 9- inch Glass Bowls, Footed Comports, 25c Vases, h Celery Dishes, 8- - and 25c Butter Dishes, Plates, Cups and Saucers, Large Round Bowls, 8, 9 and 10- - lnch Bakers, Large Deep Bowls, 25c Fancy Jugs, fine Gold Banded Ware in Plates, Cups, Saucers, Meat Dishee. - IO Cents :Eoyal Tailor Made-to-Measu- re Suits and Pants at 10 per cent Discount: Ellison Bros., Hickman, Ky- and itentlo kindness now. . , , BDo had divined so clearly tho nwllvo that had permitted Anlaty'a cscapo In or tier that she might bo saved, not nlono from Anlsty. not alono from tho shame cf Imprisonment, lint from herself as wellfrom herself as Mtflttnnd knew her. Tho burglar out of tho way, by ruse, evasion, or subterfuge alio would bo secreted from tho prying of tho police, smuggled out of tho houso aud taken to a plnco of safotr, given a new chanco to rcdocm hnrsolf, to clean her hands of tho mlro of theft, to become worthy of tho womanhood that was hers. , . . Hut now she thrust fingernails cruelly Into her soft palms, striving to contain herself nnd keep her tongue from crying aloud to thosa three brutal, blind men tho truth; that she was guilty of tho robbery, sho with Anlsty; that Maltland was Maltland. a word synonymous with "man or honor." In tho beginning. Indeed, nil that re strained her from doing so was her knowledge thnt Maltland would bo moro pained by her sncrlftco than gladdened or rcllovod. Ho was so suro of clearing himself. It wns In conceivable to her that thcro could be men so stupid nnd crassly unobserv ant as to be nblo to confuse tho Iden tlty of tho two men for a single In stnnt. What though they did resemblo each other la form and feature! Tho likeness went no deeper; below the surface, and rising through It with every word and look and gciture, lay ... her subconselousneis, Mke spiritual tentacles feeling ahead of hor, had encountered and recoiled from n shape of evil, a specter of horror obscene and malign, crouching, roady to spring, there, In tho shadow of night, . . . And her breath was smothered In her throat nnd her heart amote so madly ngalnst tha fr.ill walls of Its ago that thcr aecmod Ilko to burst, while she stood transfixed, froxen In Inaction, limbs stiffening, roots of her hair stirring, fingers gripping the ban liter rail until thny pnlncd bor; nnd with eyes thnt stared wide Into the black heart of nothingness, until the night scorned rrlckcd with ovanescent periods of dim fln peopled with monstrous nnd terrible shadows closing about her. . . . She must not Yet It was absurd yield to such puerile superstitions. Thero was nothing there. . . . Thcro was something there . . something that Ilko nn Incarnation ol hatred was stalking her. . , . It only sho dared scream! If only sho dared turn nnd fly, back to the comfort of light and human com1 . childish dread, of the intangible tmt unknown terrors that lurked In the blackness above her. It was as If, rendered supersensitive by strain Rid excitement, the quivering filaments of Remedies are Needed Were we perleet, WhlA'we are net, medicine, wmdd not often be needed. Hut since our systems have be. come weakened, Impaired and broken down tlirouh Indiscretions whlck luvo tone on from tho early sfei throuth countless (cneratlotH, remedies art needed fa old Nsture In correcting our Inherited snd otliernho acquired weaknesses, lo resell the seat of itnmnch weakness and consequent digestive troubles, I be re l, tiolMe so goo J as Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Hiicov. ", i irom name med e I ',-- reels-s- old Inal for over forty yea. ,h ..,1.1.... eak bttraach. Ihllouvieot, Liver Il.j llreath, Iltlchlnf t( fcAa'ronie In th. Heartburn, ni 1. . 10 '? "i. Der.nfi.ment., I'o ''Discovery" . tlme-- r 1 fJ I p en an" The ticnulno tian on Its ouisiae wrapper uie Signature VtlW' M --i Yoo can't afford to accept secret nostrum .uUtltut. Iof ,u. . . holla, medicine n imowm ,0UtU ,U w ' thereby male li.tl, profit. IJr. rieree's I'leatsnt Tellets refiulate and InTliorsl. i tn bowels. liny granules, e.T lo Isk, m n'! . . blr ' . WZ Sufrr-coalo- tf.ii it.. Jet ! fJ ill nblCjoasy walking, common senso shoot. A trial will convlnco any ono that V. L. Douglas shoes hold their shape, (It bottor nnd woar longor tnnn other mnkos. Thoy aro mado upon honor, of the boat loathors, by tho most skllloci workmen, In nil tha latost fashions, shoos In every style and shapo to suit men in nil warns of lira. PflllTinM I Taewnalsshm W.rJ wnv vn vsBuiniaks tad pries lumped ca bottom, whka raaraatsei toll valos sad protects & vnni sgslsit Meh prices aai taf rlor shaes. TAKI NO SUBSTITUTE. pany! ., . There arose it trampling of (ett In tho hallway; and sho heard .Maltland's voice Ilko n for echo, ns ho bado tho And distant and police cood night. unreachable as ho seemed, tho sound of his words brougbt her strength and somo reassurance, nnd sbo grow slightly moro composed, Yet, tho In awnv In InlU (hot 1..1 to the cabman, her fright of that un mcnaco speakablo nnd Incorporeal flooded her consciousness Ilko a great wave, sweeping her metaphorically off her feet. And Indeed, (or tho time. I she felt as If drowning, overwhelmed In vast waters, sinking, sinking Into the black abyss of syncope. . . . j Then, ns a drowning person we're told clutches at straws, she grasped agaJu at tho vibrations of his voice, . What was ho saying? . "You will wait outsldti, please, until hom I como out or send somebody. . you win mko wnerover mrrcicu. n Speaking to the cabman, thins- lng of her, providing for her escape! Constdorato nnd foreslghtud as at , ways! How she could liavo thanked , . . ! At the Turn oj, the, Staircase Sho Pauaad. ii I IMl PICTURES BY Jk COPT WHT 19QT TWF OUIJJOJPHMNCE fc3B6 .tWH - l CP. i 8YN0PSIS. "Mad" Dan MaltlanJ. on reaching hli New York bachelor club, met an attractive young woman at tha door. Janitor ulin no on had been O'llazan assureJ Dan discovered a worn within that day. n'ai nncer prfnta In dust on Ills desk, nlonc with a letter from his attorney, slaltland dined with Bannerman. his attorney. Dan set out for Greenfields, to get his family Jewels. During his walk to the country seat, he met tho jroun woman In gray, whom he had seen leav; Ine his bachelors' club. Her auto had hrokrn down. He fixed It lly a ruse she '"lost" him. Maltland, on reachlnc home, vurprlsed lady In Bray, cracking the aife containing his gems. Sho, apparency, crook. Dailtl took him for a Maltland opened Anlsty. his eafe. took therefrom tho Jewels, and cave them to her, first forming a partnership In crime. The real Dan Anlsty, ought by police of the world, appeared on the samo mission. Maltland overcame Mm. He met the g'rl outside the houso and they sped on to New .York In her auto. He had tho Jtwels nntl she promised to meet him that day, Maltland received "Mr. Bnalth," Introducing himself ns a detective. To shield the girl tin gray, MaltlanJ. about to show him tho Jewels, supposedly lost was felled by a blow from Snalth's" cane. The latter proved to be Anlsty himself and ho secured the rems. Anlsty, who was Maltland's douThe ble, masqueraded as the latter. criminal kept Maltland's engagement with the girl In gray. He gave her the gems, after falling In love at first sight. They Were to meet and divide the loot. Maltland revived and regretted missing his ns engagement. Anlsty, maiwiueradlng avoided captuie Maltland. narrowly through mysterious tip. The girl In gray his visited Maltland's apartments during disabsence and returned gems, being Maltland. without covered on return. cash, called up his home and heard a Anlsty, woman's voice expostulating. disguised as Maltland. told her his rat M.ntllv and reallzlne himself tricked tried to wring from her the location of the gems. Then he proposed marriage. A crash was heard at the front door. Maltland started for home. He found Anlsty and the girl In his rooms. Again he overwhelmed the crook, allowing him to escape to shield the young woman. Dan lilmoelf narrowly avoids arrest. Janitor of O'Hasan wined and dined tho officers by the law. Hlckey. a detective, duped Anlsty, refused to partake and mused on n His nil (or my very own If . . brow clouded blackly. "Sleuth!" Hlckey ground the enl tbet vindictively between hfa teoth. "Sleuth! Ah boll!" Itr called to hlrdsolf by tho very vehemence of his emotion, ho turned hastily, drained, to Its dregs tho tall KlaisJof lukewarm nnd vapid beer which' had stood at bis elbow, placed a nickel on tho table, and, rising, wad died hastily out Into tho night- It was being borne In upon him with much (orce that If ho wished to save bis namo and fame somethln' had got to be done about It, "I hadn't oughtuh left him so long, I guess," ho told himself; "but I'll get him all right". Aqdjurnlng, lumbered gloomily rapt with vain Imaginings, squat, swollen figure blending Into tbo deep, meaner shadows of tbo Tender loin: and so on toward Maltland's rooms morose, misunderstood, malignant, coddling his fictitious wrongs; somehow pathetically typical of tho (orco ho represented. On tho corner of Fifth avenue he paused, startled fatrly out of his dour mood by tbo loud echo of a name al ready becomo too hatefully familiar to his oars, and by tho sight of what, at first glance, be took to bo tho be ginning of a street brawl. And-spat. , cast-war- Ids CHAPTER XII. Continued. Hat tilted over his eyes, ono elbow oa tho chalrback, another on tlio tablo. flabby jowls quivering as bo mumbled tho Indlspene.iblo cigar, puffy hands clasped across his amplo chest, be sat (or many minutes by tho sldo of his unheeded drink, pondering, turning over and over In bis mliid the ono Idea It was capable of harboring at a Unto. ;llo c'u'd 'vo wroto that letter to sdinsclf. . . . Ho'g wlso enough. . . . Yen can't fool Hlckey all tho tlmo. . . , I'll get htm yet. Got-tumake good 'r U'e the sidewalks fr mlue. . . . Me, tryln' . hard to . 'Kd raako an 'orient llvln'. , him with all kinds of money!" The fit mottled nngors sought a wal&tcoat pocket and, fumbling there' In, touched caressingly a little pellet ef soft papor. Its possessor did not sMuire to examine It to reassure hlin tell as to Its legitimacy as a work of art, box as to tno prominence 01 me KeaH C In its emueiusnmeni 01 en waved araboscuos. fA, century '" he reflected sullenly; "mie loBoly little century (or mine. 'Md be bad a wad like a bain . . on , K-i. 'Kd I mbrVO've had it b CHAPTER XIII. Flight. In tbo alcove tho girl waited, torn In the throes of Incipient hysteria; at first too weak from reaction and revulsion of feeling to do anything other than lean heavily against tho wall and fight with nil her strength and will against this crawling, shuddering. creeping horror of nerves,, that threatened allko her her con sciousness, and bor reason. Hut Insensibly the tremor wore It self away, leaving her weary and worn but mistress of her thoughts and ac tions. And sho dropped with gratitude Into n chair, bending an car attentive to tho war of words being waged In the room beyond tho portieres. At first, however, she failed to grasp tha Import of tbo altercation. And when In tlmo sho understood Its trend, It was with Incredulity, resentment, and a dawning dread lest a worso thing might yet befall her, worse by far than aught that hnd gono before. Uut to bo deprived Of his protection, to fcej herself forcibly restrained from th shelter of his generous care I A moment gono she had been so sure that all would now bo well with her, onco Maltland succeeded tn ridding himself of tho pollco. lie would shut tho door and und then sho would como forth and tell him, tell bun everything, and, withholding' naught that damned her In bor own esteem, throw herself upon his mercy, bruised .with penltenco but serene in the assurance that ho "would prove kind. Sho bad such faith la his Under every shado of thought, fcellag, and Instinct. Sho herself could never again bo det.,r.t ceived no, never! Not for a second could she mtetakn tho cne (or the . other. .What wero thoy sarins Tho turmoil of her Indignation sub sided ns sho llstoncd, breathlessly, li Maltland's story of his ndvontures. and tho joy that leaped In her for bis frank mendacity In suppressing every Incident that Involvod her. was all but overpowering. Sho could have wept tor sheer happiness; and nt a later tlmo sho would; but not now, when everything depended on her maintain lng tho very silence of death. , . How dared they doubt him? The Iniolents' Tho crudo brutish Insol encc of them! Her anger rased high . . and as swiftly was again quenched, extinguished In a twinkling by a terror born of her excitement and hlral The warmth of gratltudo that a baro suggestion thrown out by enveloped her almost tmnerved her; Hlckey. sho was put to It to restrain her lm-- j ". . . cxplalnln how a crook like pulse to rush down the stairs and . . Anlsty mado thrco trios In ono day Hut no; she must not risk th to steal somo Jewels and didn't get chance of rebuff. How could sho fore 'cm. Where wero thoy, all this tlmo tell what was In his mind and heart, Maltland's cool rotort was lost upon how probe tho depths of his feeling her. What matter? If thoy toward her? Perhaps ho would ro--j him, persisted In calling him ceivo her protestations tn skeptic nplr-- ; Anlsty. In! natural courso they would It. Heaven knew be had cause to! undertake to search tho flat. And If Dared sho . . . To be repulsed! . . . sho wero found. . . . Oh, sho mu-- t IJut no. Ho had provldM this means sparo him that! She had given him for flight; she would advantage hor-- ; suffering enough. She must self of It and . . - and thank him cnuse for got away, and that Instantly, before by letter. Ilcxt so; for ho must ever . . . From a distance think the worst of her; sho could) oven by tolegraph, never undeceive him pride restrain- morning I she could communlcato with him. . . , lng and upholding ber. At this Juncture O'Hngnn entered Hotter so; she would go. go quickly, j with lils parcel. Tho ruitlo or the before he discovered her absence from b paper as he brushed against tho tbo flat. . . . was ta Itself a hint to a mind And Incontinently she swung about cxclto-men- t keyed to tho highest pitch of and flow down tho stairs, silently, nnd seeking a way of escape treading as lightly on the heavily from a position conceited to be peril- padded stops as though sho had been ous. In a trlco tho girl had turned thistledown whirled adrift by the nnd aped, Hghtfootcd, to the door open- wind, altogether heedless of the ing on tbo prlvato hall. creeping terror she had sensed on the I Here, halting for a brief reconnais- upper flight, careless of all save heri sance, sho determined that her plan Immediate need to reach that cab be was feasible, If haxardous. She ran foro Maltland should discover that she the risk of encountering Rome one had escaped. ascending tho stairs from tho ground The door was Just closing behind floor; but If sho wero cautious and the cabby as sbo reached the bottom . In tlmo. On quick sho could turn back l. . . .. I I.UU1IUVI lUh Ik-- ll .UMl US1,I, IUP, HUH IUQ tho other hand, tho men whom she It wcrq beat to wait a moment, at most feared woro thoroughly occupied least, lest ho should be surprised nt with their differences, dead to all save tho quickness with which his employ, that which was happening within tbo or fouad work for him; paused aud on room's four walls. A curtain hung same mysterious lmpulso half turnoA perhaps a third of tho way across tlio glancing back up tho stairs. study door, tempering the light In the Not a thought too soon; another In hall; and the broad shoulders of tho stant's hesitation and sho had beer cabby obstructed the remainder of the caught, Somo one a man was do opening. scendlng; and rapidly. Maltland' It was a chance. Sho poised herself Even In her brief glance she saw tht on tiptoe, half undecided, and tho whlto shield of a shirt bosom gleam rmtllng of pnper as O'Hagan opened dull against tbo shadows. Maltland tho parcel afforded her nn opportunity was in evening dress. Could It b to escapo, by drowning tbo noise of 'posslblo . , . ? her movements. No tlmo now for conjecture, tlms For two ctornal seconds sho was now only (or action. Sho sprang (or edging stealthily down toward tho tho door, had It open la a trice, and outer door: then, In no tlmo at all. before tho cabby was really enfound herself on tho landing nnd throned upon his lofty box, the girl confronted by a fresh complication, was on the step, (air troubled face, the upturned to him In wild entreaty, how to leave ono unforeseen: observed, being without houso "Hurry!" sho cried, distracted. stonned. and perhaps detained until "Drlvo off, at oncej I'leaso oh, too late? Thore would bo men at tho please!" door, beyond doubt: possibly jtollce. Selling reins and whip, ho Jcrkod stationed thcro to arrest all persons tho startled animal between tho shafts attempting to leave. . . . out of Its abstraction and No tlmo for weighing chances. The "I say, cabby I One moment!" choice of two alternatives lay beforo The cabman turned; tho figure on her: either to return to tho alcovo tho stoop of the house, was undoubtedor to seek safoty In tho darkness of ly Maltland's Maltland as he had Jusl tho upper floors untenanted, as sho seen him, with tho addition of a hat had been at pains to determine, Tho As ho looked tho man was at tbi latter seemed By far tho better, the wheel, clambering In, loss danccrous. course to pursue. And "Changed my mind I'm coralni at once sho took it. along, cubby," he said cheerfully, Thoro was no light on tho first "Drive us to tho BU Luke building, floor landing It having presumably pleaso and hurry!" been extinguished by tho Janitor early "Ycsslrl" in tho evening, only a icouio twmgni (TO I1H CONTINUED.) obtained there, In part a reflected glow cntranco hall, partly thin and from tho Feminine Logic. diffused rays escaping from Maltland's "Tho fomliJno mind Is a strange arrIt was that the first (aw study. So angement," remarkod a friend yesstcDS upward .ook tho girl Into dark "My wl(o gave mo a letter to nnsi so closo and unrelieved aa to terday, mall this morning, with two cent to seem almost palpable. buy a stamp. I told her tbo letter At tbo turn, of the stalrcaso sho weight was paused, holding tho rail aud resting quirea llttlo over stamp. and would reau extra She ealtf II instant, the while, sho Usteaed, (pr an dlfforchco-Vn-d how cro ascending at a moro sedato pace wasn't worth the sbo to a haven of safety mora complete In do you think epou, rsruedlcd It? Sh scratched out eu that It would ba mora remote from tore tho letter page of It, put It in - new envok l bolow. tha Aud, resting so, was suddenly chilled and handed It back to uel Caa yw t through and Utrou&h with (oar, ibser beat tbatl" . . dlslx-llovet, door-Jam. -battlo-grouiK- a world-wld- gulf of difference In Pale-Fac- ed Women You ladles, who have pale faces, sallow complexions, dark circles under eyes, drawn features and t.rcd, worn. out expressions, you iiccu n ionic. The Ionic you need Is Oirdul, the woman's tonic It Is llic best tonic for women, because its Ingredients are specifically adapted for women's needs. They act ca the womanly orcans and help to iivc needed strcnjth asd womanly frame. vitality to the worn-oCardul Is a vegetable medicine. It conb'ns no r' crals, no Iron, no potassium, no lime, no g')ccr.n, no din. drugs of any knJ. gcrous. or It Is perfectly harmless and safe, for young and o!d louse. ut habit-formi- ng TAKE CARDUl ecu Or-du- The Woman's Tonic "After my doctor had done all he said he could for rae," writes Mrs. Wm. Milliard, of Mountalnburrj, Ark., "I took on the advice of a friend, and It helped mc so much. "Before taking Cardul, I had suffered from ferrule troubles for five years, but since taking it, I am in good health. "I think there Is some of the best advice in your book that I ever saw." Your druggist sells Cardul. Try it i, Write to; UdlcV Adliorr Dept. Qultinooo Molidoe Ca, Cutiuocn. Tca- tor Sfttiilliiltruettoni, amlU-pn- t book, "lloae TitiUatnt M V. osxn, tcstht When Cold Winds Bloi When cold winds blow.blilng frost down the chimney deaden the fires, then the Is fn the air and back-draughts PERFECTION Oil Heater (Cqulppod with Smokotoss Dovlco) shows Its sure heating power by steadily supplying fust the heat that is needed for comfort. The Perfection Oil Hester Is unaffected It never falls. No by weather condlllons. smoke-- no smell just a ccnial, satisfylnc best. The new Smokeless Device rrcven's the wick being turned too Kemoved In sn Insisnt. Automatic blh. Solid brats font !o!d 4 nusrts of olltiffietent brass wick wrricra-dami- x-r for o hoiir-ol- id iu..,i(.,iiu finished In nickel or Japan in a n,... . tor.l' rwi.. !..,. h.r.thaIf Kol At Voara, Wrllfi" to ar.l Agrncjr ol STANDARD OIL COMPAQ llacurpoiaisui rM efJ f Vl ,i' ' p., tot tx n lJS I ClreulM 19 Mmmnmm Wo Buy PISO'S CURE Tho relief is as quick as it is certain. Pleasant to tako and guararueeu absolutely fice from opiates. AU Drat lUt. 2S c.nU. all Throat Trouble! Take For Asthma, Bronchitis and FURS and Hldos Wool . ....i.t us'5 Olns.n. Riot), war Ootd n,y,aOIM' IlltindlhlpP'''''' . Son. FOUND A FEW THINGS Woman Cam GIVES . .K BLOOD A GREAT ANNOYANCE. Kidney Disease Shows Many Painful and Unpleasant Symptoms. Tsklng Care cf Yourself. . j: .. li.k 10 Brooklyn ri"""' My Ilcrlin, ilin mlthor of ."' o the Country." said at ,,07 in Nnw York. 5t SAVES SON'S LIFE FATHER, FOR TWO HOURS, SUB MITS TO A TRANSFUSION OPERATION. l - .a ;3 fr- ., 13 Y' womnn not out nml on lior arrival v....... nf. . . I. her wntcii, tirn 1 ..I .i.! V'. -- . 1.. . I. fl' . t - r,l ir i -- l ''. w .... r tho thick, BOTH so nho wired to nn LEGS AND ARM GONE II J room .i r w. nml anything; ' ho cot from In tnt r 'T ' ii I I .. . " arent Ruihea to Moapltal and Qlvei Up Hit Life Fluid to Save Young Man Whom Train Had Hurt. Cleveland, O. Itunhlng from Clore land to HftTenna John Mclfenilo probably aaved hl ion by giving bla blood to tho latter for two hour. Tho father la nn engineer; the Ron a brnkemon on tho Clovclnnd ft 1'ltU-burrailroad. Tho ou, Cbarlea, aged 20. fell from a moving train near llnynrd, O, He dropped directly upon tho track and moat of tho train pained over him. When ho was picked up he was unconscious. Thero la no hospital at Ilayard, nnl ho was taken to llavcnna. At the Whlto hospital It was round that both legs and ono arm bad been cut off. lly then tho youth was scarcely alive Word wna at onco sent to Mr. and Mrs. McKcnilo here. They left for Itarcnna Immediately. Charles was unconscious and barely nllvo when they arrived. Tho doctors snld ho would probably die, but that n trana-fuilooperation might save him. Mr. McKontto, though a man of years, consented to undergo this operation In tho hopo of saving his son. Kathcr aud son were placed on the operating table aldo by aide. An Incision was mado In tho arm of each nnd the flow of blood began almost Immediately. Mr. McKcuzlo'a vitality proved remarkable, nnd the flow was permitted to contlnuo for two hours, lly that tlmo there wero algna of returning Ufa In tho Injured, man. Shortly before tho transfusion was discontinued tho boy recovored consciousness. Tho father appealed to the son to mako a fight for life, and encouraged blm with cheerful words, Tho two weakened men wero then taken to a ward and put to bed, aldo nu . -- i tlRnrotto cniU, four j I- - nt matches una ono ti Till IS Wll.ll s iuuiiu r. rhamnoenn corks. . anjimiin nn Ihn i .il.l..-- rnu ill II. fie CUT THIS OUT. 'j ., That Brtaka Cld ,n a Da Any Curable Cough. Concentrated tend wltn j.T . half a .....i m iv.1 " ... . wo """' Hint of Rood w ... .. nnu Kj shako well eacn timo tcaspooniui to U doici of a .tr Ma - four hours." ,0, . 3rui rirarxlil or , uo win uuuau. n na ib a special rrod.ct and comes only in uau . ..i.. .h onrloneil In nn alr par H tut t- -t to auro It la lauoica ......ninioii MEMOHT'S it" ... TURE ON WALL. -- IW ' '. . AV VI aav.iu' U.il 1 Thero never wns n tlmo when people paid as much attention to tholr health nnd strength ns they do now. Oeorgo B, Crowoll, 1109 Broadway, Tlmo wns when flno stock and flno Helena, Mont, aaya: "I was troubled horses wero fed moro carefully than with a disordered human beings, Tho result of properly balanced racondition of tho kidneys, soma backacho tions has worked wonders with stock and Irregular pass- and recent experiments nro proving ages of secretions. At that tho same thing is truo of times I wns obliged It ban been found thnl OunVnr to get up out of bed at night, and the Scotch Onts eaten often and regularly urlno wns unnatural taking tho placo of hoavy, greasy In appearnnco. Ontho foods w II work wonders In tho health advlco of a friend I and strength of a family. School children fed frequently on procured Donn's Kidney Tills nnd Quaker began using them. This remedy helped nnd nro Scotch Oats thrive rhyslcnlly always cnpablo of mo at onco, strengthened ray kidneys work nt school. For athletes, tho beat laborers. nnd corrected tho disordered condi- It Is the best food. 10 tion." lor thoso who llvo In hot climates Itcmombor tho nnmo Doan's. Bold the bcrmotlcally scaled tins aro best by nil dealers. CO cents n box. Foster-MllburA Hero. Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Tommy's mother had made him a present of a toy shovel and sent him DIFFERENT. out In the sand lot to play with bis baby brother. "Tnko caro of baby now, Tommy, and don't lot nnythlng hurt him," wns mamma's parting Injunction. Presently screams of anguish from baby sent tho distracted parent flying to tho sand lot "For goodness' sake, Tommy, what has happened to tho baby?" said she, trying to sootho tbo walling infant "Thero was a naughty fly biting him on the top of his bead, and I killed it with the shovel," was tho proud reply. Exchange. Mr. Wholesale (Indignantly) Mind Over Matter. What's that? You say tho cash Is "Much may bo done," said tho Acute not correct. I always thought that bookkeeper was a rascal, and was rob- Observer, "by an nuthorltatlvo voice. Now, If a man says to a dog: 'Come bing me. Expert Accoactant Tbo cash is $30 hero!' with a note of absolute authority In his voice, tbo dog comes Imover, sir. O, well, Just give mediately." Mr. Wholesale "Yes," said tho Traveler, "I've nomo that nnd say nothing to blm nbout It. Perhaps he's forgotten to draw ticed it And It is especially marked In norlcntal peoples. Why. when I wns some of bis salary. In Khalisandjharo, I heard a man sny, with that authoritative note In his SKIN TROUBLES CURED. tono: 'Oh, king, live forever,' and ImTwo Little Girls Had Eczema Very mediately tho king lived forever." Carolyu Wells, In Succccss Magazine. Dadly In One Cass Child's. Hair Came Out and Left Daro Patches. n r j at j at m . GASTORIA For Infanta and Ohtldriiu aHaaFaH gtB -- 9 Bj.BEH Th3 Kind You Hava 3 PER CENT Avecefflble Preparation ALCOIIOL-- Always Bought rd iheFoodoruincgula-linihc Slomaths and g Ikwcls cf Bears tho Signature of Promotes Digcslion,Checrful-nessan- cl Rest Contains neiihiT Opium .Morphine nor Mineral Not Natic otic A r fou DrSAfnnrmrat l.ny.a 014 ittiv y Tttw. rorConslipa-lio.Fevcrish-ncsn Hirm Sti4 Wnkrfmm A In perfeel Remedy . Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca, s Uss For Over Worms .Convulsions and LOSS OF SLEEP. Te Simile Signature of Tine Centaur Company. Thirty Years NEW YORK. uarantecd under the Foodanl Exact Copy of Wrappee. GASTORIA Tut atirraua aoaraivr, tramaam. Deafness Cannot Be Cured Cuttcura Met it with Great Success. b. bf Innl tpn'mtlou. at thry rinnot rrarh th. 4I eaJHi pnrtfcm ot tb. tar lnert I. oolr ont war ,to d.afjKaa, eotulltulkjaat rrmmfc-acur. it v. a LLUUII MUn rlHI J Ulil . t t . . I I. The Dollar Stan. cycMure cf all iVrtd and cofliliH-- eye, wbere abe (and been uu ie -- Ji rcceiTcu a cuncx lor . I a. I m mi D'Jiuaou, iuv iuiu uiui! toner It, on't your .:.. . iuu oral .hi iiii.i I 1L. . un it'll. ill ill. ...J IUU il . .. II . H Suipieloua. .LI. t a t sua. ii began io loon io Air. n. Lutr irinuiiiaiinn. Rxp and the Hallo tipo mi dog ho na iin kitiii hand, but ho Next day tho hont The Flow Was Permitted to Contlnua groomed tho Wadfor Two Hours. - "This Is crude," said John D. as he tasted oil In tho milk. Cornell Widow. Had a Sure Thing. A man likes n giggling girl about An Individual, well known on the as well as ho does a crying baby. Berlin Hourso for his wit. ono mornII COMIS and ing wagered that ho would ask the mil Long llalaam cum when all other Allen'a same question of CO different persons fait Tbla uld rrllahli rordlcin. tui hrn told for All dealer.. and recclvo the tamo nnswer from vier 43 reara. So, Hv. f IJiu each. Tho wit went to first ono nnd The average man Is a poor Judge of Hi en another, until ho had reached tho bis own Importance. number of CO. And this Is how be won tho bet: Uo whispered half audibly to each: "I say, have you heard that Meyer has failed?" "What fvtwr Drag k Ctwav, Corjk, BU l'rot-L- "I havo two little girls who havo been troubled very badly with ccxema, Ono of them had it on her lower limbs. I did everything that I could hear of for hor, but It did not glvo In until warm weather, when It seemingly subsided. Tho next winter when It becamo cold tho cctcma started again and also In her head whero It would tako tho hair out and leavo baro patches. At tho same tlmo her arms wero soro tho wholo length of them. I took her tc a physician, but tho child grow worso all tho tlmo. Her n sitter's nrms wero also affected. I using Cutlcura rtomedtes, and by tho tlmo tbo second lot was used their skin was soft and smooth. Mrs. Charles Haker. Albion, Me, ScpL 21. "08." bo-ga- ami Ual fcf bf by an InflmmMl rontluion ot tnt IKafntai H rauiM-tnuroua lining ot lha turUenlan Tube. Wbrn tnla tuba la bflaninl you havt a nimbimt aou-j- d or Ira twrf-- rt nrartne. ami a bra It la entirely rkmrd. Drat nr-- a la the rrauit. and unlns tbo laflamniatloQ ran be taken out and thla tube rrntorrd to Hi normal condition, hrarlnc all! be dratroynl forerrr; nine curt rauar-out ot Im by Catarrh, arblrh to nothing tut an tuOamnl rondltkMi oi the mueoua aurtarea. W am five One Hundred loUare lor any caae ot peafneai (rauard by eatarrb) that ran no l be cured by Hail a Catanb cur. pnd lor ctrralara. tree. r. I. UICNKV fc CO- - Toledo. O. Sold br llrutclau. IV. TU. UaU'i family I'UU tor ronitlpatioa. in alalTalalTalalH m aaaaaam a s A r rrrh?, STEADY fHITE Size of North Pole. "Dr. Cook tells us that tho north polo Is not larger than a quarter of a dollar," says tho Montgomery Advertiser, However, n quarter ot a dollar sometimes looks as largo as tho wbolo side of a barn. , JJCHT A The RAYO LAMP it a h'tshrade limp, told at a low There tie latnpt that cost more, but there u no better lamp at any all an price. The Burner, the Wick; the Chimney-Holdviut thinji ia a lamp; these parts ot the RAYO LAMP ara perfectly constructea and there is nothing known in the art of g that could add to the value of the RAYO aa g deirice. Suitable for any toon in any hooaa, a Krerr dealer erervwhera. Ilanot at yoara,.wr1ta for desert pUre circular to tbe neareat Arency of tsa OIL STANDARD corpora COMPANY (In Crude. . Duateo. A Few Acres In California In one of the rich valleys line of the along the PKEF-KEATE- cooe-ha- . remi-dlr- :c'.lon foh me, boar ho aalted. Se'.Mn mttA . I - II.... Ml L raiu .ill if UUUU111S. joa it well na over." "Thon," Mt'o, jxetlihly, "w'yn't . you .. uw -- n .. WUlkKVll-VUVLI- . BL1U .llll C. ...... wuu.iyrci I t!r.m - ...-- urcimi .. rteaiizeo. 1'UU! .v .i I wi .wunt;.u OL, m.i....t vuii.iuLiucr II a.. ran. dull place. Drcamera lifted It tte darkncti of barbarlam and iuulxu ii ia ins wnue uuu uuu Knowicaso. CAREFUL DOCTOn -'ui ruuu initcaa oi DrUgt. iijv conildcratlo courauo for a uruiwraicir nronrrllin nnlw ".. . .instead .i i. tinmna. . . .iuu . iauiuE lmiicni.. or aicu- usuai iiai .v Icr -.il-. - .uaiuco 'w yrnti aco U . .nuscni genvrauon fnl:o and treat conditlona us and ihculd bo treated regard- lauo in inoir linrknla ' ....Hit Cl CQ I wn. invn with nnd nnlhlnir .n..l,l . iIm.a ao .. . i was on inai , .. . .... .' tnrirn f...r .inil i:ird Of n dortnp . .'arvatlon, "-- una ".nn v... " a u vxamineil me to try -- "I'o. ont for lilm. inn ...i.i... n ui ill . II Bum , t. a small nr.,u.. m. v.. M . - .vw BlULU fit ., i 8rdually Tn. i .. I C " in hniin ..-- .I.'US1IUUU' . 111 T . w MUIU Luiur I u ' .... . Lcrninn -" nuciu lJ- lt.,,.ii. 6 cemcd "a blank- - My ti I I6rr nnd 1 C"W walk. .1 11 '"IT ifl - " got bo I -- 1 tho World and tho Commendation of A Monument In tho Snows, the most eminent physicians it was essenThe highest placed monument In tial that tbo component parts of Syrup tho world Is situated on La Combra, summit of a pass In tho Andes, of Figs and Elixir of- Senna should be tbo and marks tho frontier of tho Chilian known to and approved by tbcra; thereand Argentlno republics. It stands at fore, tho California Fig Syrup Co. pubmean a comfortable living, an asan altitude of 12,730 feet above the HAVE FIGHT WITH A BEAR sea level, and for nwo Inspiring gran lishes a full statement with every package. sured future and money in the bank. deur Its surroundings would bo hard The perfect purity and uniformity of proMA .'75i.V', His to match. Wide World Magazine. Young Man Saves the Life of duct, which they demand in a laxative W. .tt!x nn,i T7, Father When, Drum Charges remedy of an ethical character, aro assured Honor Where Honor la Due. Him. our illustrated booklets on California land.' First GolforVell done, old chap! by tho Company's original method of manCall on or address Port Jervls, f. Y. A desperate en That's the longest ball I've seen you ufacture known to tho Company only. counter wtli a monstrous bear oc- drive yett Golfer I'm nfrald the Second Tho figt of California aro used in the E. L. LOMAX, G. P. A., Omaha, Neb. curred at tho McKune farm, back of A beast of a production of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Shobola, I'lko county. Pa., In which credit's not all mine. wasp touched mo up in tbo middle of tho animal wns killed after nn excitSenna to promote tho pleasant taste, but CM) ing fight by Oeorgo hnd Clcvelund Mo- - my swing. Punch. tlic medicinal principles aro obtained from Kane, futher and son. Paper-Hange- rs & Capudlne. Try Tho bear wns eating apples In toe For Headache CoMi, Hicks' Stomach or plants known to act most beneficially. WtiMhrr from llfat. To get its beneficial effects always buy Young McKnuo and his fa Nervous trouble!, tha nrhra ore wltli bo ! rTWktlr !ncre yoop boun-Too c orchard. tmllino Alfrfll lVdta X'rllU Gas Xiy It's ther, armed with Winchesters, at rvllevrtl taki CMpudlne. Immediately. 19, 11 a II (AULMrif worirr in lie to KlTrota wnrtLy 3 the genuine manufactured by tho Cali- virtnttt tiy prpai.lwant oaa mwi rpJlrnt will wtuni and to th flrt tn tacked Ilruln. Tho older McKnno put and Cue at Orus Stores. five lrc umplo fornia Fig Syrup Co. only, and for sale 1'IUUL Did you hear Jt? How embai Wnlliwiixr Mock hooka sbowlnau a bullet In tho boar's neck and then n for cutouief to Mlact (mm. Waoflff l.ifral rroflta Probably tbo reason some girls by all leading druggists. Answer iQklr tooar v In yrarvirtnltr for 1910. taatyouiuajr rassinp. These stomach noiscsmaka light wns kept up for a mllo running rrt thaatn-nryou wish you could sink through fellow AlXrtxll'ouUCo lii'HU WuImuU to a swamp. In the swamp tho beast mako such a fuss when n the floor. You imagine everyone steals a kiss Is becauso they aro 1,000,000 RAW FUR SKINS WANTED charged tho elder McKnno. With a lor my luauuiaciurini: aou iiiwi hears them. Keep a box of sweep of Its paw It disarmed tho man afraid ho won't glvo It back. Mink. Mu.k- lot trade. Skunk. ItitiRSM ELECTROTYPES in your purse or pocket rat tuaoinrrt. Top price.. and toro his coat alcovo from tho coat. The next time you frel that swallowing In irreat yarletr fer sale at tbn lowest prices by tUar special euMattons Young McKnno put a bullet Into tho mutation, tho lure sign of toro throat, li'tA. E, BURKHARDT niyliu a.wsl-ii'ittloi, k.... in,, bimui and take a part of one after eating. y.r alereaaat, It will relieve the stomach of gas. m beast's brain, kllllnK it. The carcass garvle Hamlins Wizard Oil immediately latcraall.aaT CINCINNATI. O. weighed 400 pounds. It measured fcli with three parts water. It will aavo you new Discnvi:nvi stret days and perhaps weeks of misery. CASCARETS 13c a box (or a track's W ANTED Mancer for our branrh mnde atom flDnBCV qnlckrellef andcureswurstraaea feet from tip of nosu to end of abort treatment, Alldracxtita. Blrgcttaellar capital requlr! rnyuuruicallty. tiiatlmonlala Ihiokof IX. UUK1WU and It daya'treatinont I'UlcU, IVjx lu. liutmiuui, Indiana. ln tbo world million boxes a month. tall. Nothing will thaw tho frigid hoart Addrvaa Maua.er, bUNd, Uua U. alUkU, Ua. of u man as quickly iu u pretty womPredicts His Death Accurately. an's tenrs. Winston Salem. N. C Although ap parently In good health nt tho tlmo, khonM rr.uitr davisColor intra coeds brighter and latter colon than tut othtr die. Ont lOe nteUga colors til fibers. The die In cold water better than ant ether ditv, Ytu eta dat tM Lkrnwtthould.l.r"lrnrrl)...ttni1 to Die, Uleacn and Mu Colors. MONROE DRUO CO , Qulney, rn iinuilim mkl llul noav. Cllngmau llonge, a resident of this IturaU-D.- . Ihrtultil drift juu In Kr, nn una UW ltll., mi carrseaf aittout i wita ssait. Wnlo tor Irea Biraklir-H- oti Al 1 l.u riiv. nreiilctod his denth nearly to tbo ns a man cun find souio-thin- s As lone AND USE DRUGS, AND HOW TO CURE THEM mlnuto, 12 hours beforo It occurred. Lots of garrulous peoptu make a to kick about ho feels that life orti NEW HOOK TELLS ALL AHOUT JT. llrngo told his family that bo would specialty of saying nothing. Is worth living. HV.KT bKALKl), Kit E IS. ADUltttSS dlo on n certain night. When bo did THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, 702 PARK AVENUE. HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS l, tVll.lt, stall, r.iy to Mr a. IVIntlonr't Koothlnp; Syrap. r.t tho usual hour his sister, Pr. not by side. Mrs. McKenzle, mother nntl wife, had been waiting outsldo whllo tho battle with death went on. When she was admitted to tho presenco of her husband and her son, she, too, encouraged tho boy not to glvo up. of Meyer?" queried tbo wholo CO, ono after another, and It was decided that tho bet bad been fairly won. To Enjoy the full confidence of tho Union Pacific-Souther- n Pacific riui,u ;rrm,:n Paint rs y Uquld-plean-- ant ripr. Oh! That Awfil . CAS-CARE- Uluruf PUTNAM FADELESS DYES WHY MEN DRINK tl .; . recovurcd. member!. in his statement, nurricu his room aud .found blm dead In bed. i awake ULa UmauJlH"'" at raiitlr, n lot rir' anil buuutfrliie. nrr--o.tcN- i iLuiuncb, In- .. " na los, Sly nonnln i IDO wnv I ...... . .. . .. . ni u n ufptriv ii ii m in , l00k "Tb0 od to tr , V, '"la. "t'as"." ' Well Done. "Vim lidlovu thero nro men who actually follow tho teachings of the lilbloT" "Of eourso." ''liven to the oxteut of loving tvelr T easier for a child to It's herit red hair than brains. ciiniuUw,aiUialu.curca vtadttilhi. MaUitUa. A little learning makes a bore doubly tiresome, Fer children teething-- , toflrusllietfunis, recucet n DEFIANCE STARCH- I tha psckat QUALITY. ounces u , I nrriaupr ...i.mw CTBRPU easiest to work with aa wimiuii starches cWtnes aicaab 47-1- 90. DEFIANCE" 18 SUPERIOR W. N. U., MEMPHIS, NO. tlinr. Thr inomles t" "Sure: tho poor, benighted tinnlhal ons that much." Because 0f those ugly, grluly, gray hairs. Uss UA ORIOLE" HAIR RESTORER. PRICE, SI. 00. retail. t tt the doctor asks. He knows what a st.H&irh liver means. He knows what a long list of distressing complaints result from constipation. I fo knows that he adaches, bilious attacks, indigestion, impure blood, aril general iMiililv niv nfVn nrnmntlv relieved bv a COOil liver Dili. We wish you would talk with your own doctor about g this subject. Ask him at the same time if he approves ' ... J of Aycrs rill. J Jo k i -- First Question The Doctor'sThis generally tlx fir.t "How arc your bowels?" is ones-Ho- n Don't Do Thi-s- 1 r NEW LAW WANTED. To Alllhn Mnyors of twenty Kentucky towns will petition thn IRlslflturo to pass Little n hill nxomptlng cities from dnmajro M stills. Concerted nctlon will bo tskon by tho Mnyom of ninny of tho larger No cities and (owns In Kentucky. This If (ho woman an L i. . was derided upon at n mooting held pais in s, In Ixiulsvlflo Thursday, Mayor lliitno, kl dlieyi on ii ... "!! of Frankfort, presiding. Under the body h.n ,h HUB l.iws of Kentucky neither tho county Kid nor tho Htato ran bo surd, but tho wcom.i. and ...... cities and towns do not enjoy exemp- ly foil tion. Tho number of suits filed of r Where Do You Keep Your Will and Valuable Papers municipalities every year run up Into tho thousands and hundreds of JudgmtMits nwnrded against cities where (ho parties suing were not en titled to damnges. It Is to remedy this ovll that Mayors hnvc agreed on n bill to bo presanted to tho next Legislature. bac knehr . , , ?. onlng i pellI. I..-- .. .' mutlc bin h. oc" Ul htl , ,'f.r,. t You don't want to spend After one has exercised due prudence and care in making his will, as every property owner should, and In selecting his executor so that his requests will be carefully and strictly carried through, the important question is a place to keep it. As there is always more or less danger in leaving a will or other valuable papers around the vault house why not store yours in our will be absolutely safe there is no charge where it for this service at fire-pro- of -- all of your time in a hot, stuffy kitchen. The Mother's Oats Free Firclcss Cooker brings you freedom from the tyranny of the stove. As soon as your food reaches the boiling point you takcit off the fireand put it in the Firclcss Cooker. You can forget all about dinner until your appetite reminds you that you want it. We give the Mother's Oats Firclcss Cooker away free to users of Mother's Cereals the best made of all foods. They are: (regular and fmilr tet) Mothcr'a Coart llomlnr Mother's Mother' OIJ Fa.liloned Sleel Cut Mother Com Meal (while or yellow) Oatmeal Mother Wheat Heart (the cream uf Mother' Old Faihloned Craham the wheat) Flour Mother Hominr CriU Mother Corn Flake (toattrd) Ask your croccr. If he doc$n l keep Mother's Ccrcali write ui civinc his name and yours and vc will send you free a useful souvenir. sick kldn. v tho kldnt v , j i O will n FOR 8ALK:-$3- 75 cash takes tho Ut a Id. kr, building nnd lot formerly used ns an Doan'i km. . i office by tfio Southern Wood Supply 1i t Mr Co. Tho houso could not ba built for Illckmi this money. If you want a bariatn, taok I,.,... . talk quick. This offlco. my hark w sit O If. Wo have tor sale In West Hickman near Mcthony's store, a flno piece of residence property. Owner has good reasons for soiling. It will take !!, 800 to trade. Property cost rooro than this. Well Improved and will bear close Inspection. I'art time. Hickman Courier Realty Co. st - very felt days to finiso cy keas,M 1 1 Ing lOMt t)f,3n . Vl... .. . to llWtn & I iri t tw.n.i i ."1 .... wl ttPvniif-.- l I mil . fSWUICU A LlCI y tir iiiumrrr imngiB si d c ,1 i, mo w oo ny Inconvnii. n i that Dosns Kidst; A mo more tun sc; t.:j 1 , tlr.,1.., . 's i a it .." a tcvcl n 0U Prl ucu. tl THE- Winter Kor sale cents. Koster-Uutnra ac Co, for v HICKMAN BANK OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY. Is Here I SUtea. t. iur. toie scents tl uui -l Itemembcr the .. no oior um-rv- ..J Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00 The AKRON great western cereal 01 at OrtlOINO DOSTOS MORS Company CHICAGO COHOR OIMIR UATHr.tl Mill 1HV OWtC NHV IMIIUDCIPIHA NEW HAM N pim.uuRcii auun st.iouis "SANSPARIEL" FLOUR "CREAM OF THE WHEAT' Every sack or barrel positively guarSold by most grocers. anteed or your money back. Nothing equal to it for fine pastry. Take no substitute. A less expensive but good flour is our high grade patent STAR." Try it I Also corn chops, wheat bran ,etc. LOCAL OPTION FICHT. Dcsplto tho opinion of tho cowrary. tho local option workers are preparing for n vigorous fight durltiK the next session of the Kcncral assembly. and tho question will bo put up to tb Democratic party whether or not the county unit bill, which made the last session so memorable, will bo defeated or passed. Mayor Woods, of Rich mond, has prepared a summary of Uio benefits which ho claims Richmond has rccclred from tho county unit law and local option. Tho communication Is addressed to all distillers, brewers, saloonkropurs, friend and enemies of local option. The summary reads like this: Tho last yenr In Richmond, under high license, tho city of 7.000 had IS saloons paying llcenso of J 1,000 each. During tho first year under local option t here was a decrcaseof of 528 arrests on tho charge of drunkenness, 38 for breach of ponce, 19 for concealed weapons, 7 for vagrancy The total arrests In Richmond for tho last year under saloons, amount ed to "10, tho first year under local option or without saloons, 1I3. Tho cost of jailing prtioneni tho lait year under saloons was 11.8:2. and for tho first year without saloons iZ.i'i or a decrease of 12,347. County Judge Turpln Is quoted ns saying that "only half tho number of county pau purs and charity distributed silicon amount loons quit and not of drinking In tho county.' one-tent- h Make your home comfort able and cheery by outfit ing it with bright, new fur niturc and fixture. We are displaying a new and complete line of home furnishings at our -- l miio from town alt i a fine one for tnck firaij no sou oo riy t:rns. at,i improvements, This etSte. ron sale a .co uA Do You Car Fire Insurai Just th k vbn roo C H. BESHERS, (Successor to Beshcrs 6c Jackson) PROVERBS OF PEOPLE. Honor can't boar patching. A fool DIblo. MOSE BARRETT, Agent Irish. mind. Two tg Stores What Clocks uttcrelh all his have in case year prcpcrtTiJ bo up tn in ke, vUnifrc. ried a policy In cne e( j cue kj panics you to starth wi'h agin Don't put tbii ci'.Uf J you may be t:o late No lock avails against a hatchet. Do You Need ? R. T. TYLER, Age French. Courtesy is tho bond of all society. Sewing Machines Drcisers, ptsln and fancy Bed Springs Cots Wall Psper Window Shades Rugs, Art 8quares Lace Curtains ymm Bon Air Lump Coal COAL! COAL! Italian! Ho who swears distrusts words. Latin. his own When It thunders tho thief becomes honest Dutch. To borrow on usury brings sudden beggary. Dutch. . He who saws brambles must not go barefoot. Dutch. 4 Hotel.. HlCIMAS, Cottage ll Boar Now is the time to lay in your winter's supply of COAL. Don't wait until the cold wave Hag reminds you of your negligence. Carpet Paper Smoothing Irons Heating Stoves Cooks and Ranges Iron Beds Roonjs and - - Tradewater Lump Coal, - $4.50 - - $3.75 WANTS HER Ho that comes unbidden will down unasked. Irish. sit LETTER Patience yields sweet Is fruit German. a bitter seed, but It Many a lout Is wealthy and a clover man hard put to. Spanish. Conscience la the volco of the soul; tho passions aro tho voice of th body. French. BALLOONACY. One kind of airships aro all Wright Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam and Anthracite Coal, upon application. PUMSHED For Benefit of Women who Suffer from Female Ills Minneapolis. Minn. "I was a irrcat sufferer from fomalo troubles which Children's Beds Oranlteware Blankets, Comforts Mattresses Rocking Chairs of all kinds Restaurant Stools Children's Rockers Stove Pipe, 8tove Buckets Chlffonelrs , bv the dxv cr week Uriel fortabic roems - tub la cx Reasonable Rate Wood Beds Bed Springs Slogans wM1TD?vR Sewing other. lasts longer It I. .t.. .J ruujushwrww. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED. ti Princess Dressers High Chairs Window Qlsis, all sixes Repairs Trunks, all sizes Stove M"1 CLUBBING RATES. Make the Farm More Attractive. The Hickman Courier and the St. ) Louis $1.50 Both one year for Tho Hickman Courier and the St. Louis Kepubllo both $1.40 one year for The Hickman Courier and Memphis Commercial-Appea- l (Weekly), $1.25 both ono year for The Hickman Courier and the St. Louis and Memphis Commorclal-Appca- l three papera all $1.76 ono year for The Hickman Courier and Rural lloute Dally Ropubllc, (to parties on rural routes). A daily paper and a weekly paper, both one year for only Olohe-Democr(twlco-a-week(twlce-a-weckOlohe-Democr- $2.50 The Ilickmau Courier and Woman's National Dally, both ono year for $U5 only The Hickman Courier and Woman's Farm Journal, both ono year for only fl.16 The Hickman Courier and weekly Doth for Louisville Courier-Journa$L50 one year for oaly l. You can do this by Installing a Compound telephone You can mako the surhad dona for other rounding on your farm Just as atsufforliiff women I felt Buru It would tractive to your sons and daughters help mo, nndlmust as if you wero living In tho heart of say It did help me a big city. Our excellent sorvlco and wonderfully. My T tifilna nil li.ft attractive "Farmers' Line" rates are within three not to be compared with tho benefits grew stronger.and well woman. months I was a perfectly derived. Call tho manager. "I want this letter made public to women may derive Cumberland Telephone A Telegraph show tho benefitPinkhaniWegetablo from Lydla li, Compound." Mrs. John (1, AIoi.dan, Company, Incorporated. 2110 Second St. North. Mlnnna noils. Minn. 0 Thousands of unsolicited and genu. FOn SALE: A nice residence, ono block from Postofflce. The houso Ino testimonials llko the above prove tho elllciency of Lydla E. I'lnkham's has G rooms, two balls, and two qorch-es- ; Vetrotablo Compound, which Is uuida In good repair and a very desira- exclusively from roots and herbs. women wuo suner irom those disble place. Call at this office. tressing ills necullur to their sex should O not lose sight of those facts or doubt FOR SALE: One of tho best cor-no- r the ability of Lydla E. llukham's lota in Hickman now occupied Vegetablo Compound to restore their health. by J. R, Urown'a mill; also a good If you want special ndvlce writ combined store and residence. Tho to Mr. IMiiklmin, at Lynn, Mans. rcsldenco has about 8 rooms. Lot Hho will treat jour IcttcruHHtrlctly For 110 years she Is 22x100 feet. Will sell worth the cniiliileiitlnl. linn lK'ou lii'lplntr sick women In monoy. Call at Hickman Courier i din war. free of cliuriro. JJua't Vetr-etabl- A balloon In the air Is worth two Is tho sea. caused n weakness and broken down condition of the n There's always room at the top for balloon. system. I read so much of what Lydla K. I'lnkham's oj It Is "alt up" with a balloon when It CASH or tlu i other. wmorebesuhroltl luiueo uuwii, uangi When an airship gets tho drop you, It's tlmo to land. A balloon-drive- on CREDIT We Sell Furniture any other. chauffeur may be naughty, but a r Is acronauty. 1 has U. tlun jrM any otner. An aeroplano ought (o bo on level, but sometimes It Is not the For LESS MONEY Than clny House in Western Kentucky I In addition to our reg a large line of second which are sold at ex One may have high times In a balloon, but everybody In sight knows I, easier to of'1 than any otfitr. BwleiamofeF ,titch than any about It However one may bo dlspleasod with a balloon, ho doesnt want to We carry, "take a fall out of It," ular stock, hand goods Tho difference between a balloon and an automobile Is that a balloon tremely low may pass over a million people at full speed and uot hurt one of theuv-J. Lampton In Llpplncott'a. O t3b FREE prices. Si ' e. lUMkilUt) writ lit OliON. Special 10 por cent dUcount on 70 patterns, as long as thoy last Suits 118 up; pants 15.110 up, Schmidt, tho tailor. Louis Fur. Co. fRtESlWNiWga st ron 8ALK Bt Hlckmin, Ky. 11 UJ r LIV,M0 " ion count S, St r,n lh". THE HICKMAN COURIER. 1,6311 HO. U SECTION 2 A BLUE MARK HERE means that roar nah e.tpired. ncrlptlon Ilcnnw promptlr if you want thi pnper to rom to you after this month fli,t.1. ft tnttiun IN ,Afl Afl uWs lB Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success, The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team, Grease the fixles of Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up " ni OLDEIT PATRR WESTEM IEWTDOIT t HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1909. WHOLE HO.a-iEBTABLIBIIED IH THE TEAR 1HBO "Gift Books" For Everybody Imported China Christmas U nearly upon ui again, and ilfti that are to be made at home should bow be well under war, A few suggestions for pretty and serviceable articles are given on thin page, The material required are Inexpensive and the work can be quickly ! Young and Old We have themjat Every Price eiecuted. Applique la ono of the moat artistic forms of needlework decoration. A pillow design Is shown with butterflies of greon linen applied with a heavy black couching cord to brown crash together. Little pocktts are turned up at each end, and Into theso tha bills are slipped. The leather la folded through the middle and fastened with a strap, made of the Isather lined with silk, and closed with, a "snap." A laundry bag of brown crash, with applique of green linen and couching ne-stitched A flat wallet, or a leather cast) for holding bills Is a needful article when traveling. A strip of ooze leather la faced In whits silk, the two are machi- Hickman's Greatest Showing of Popular Priced China All the good things from the world's china market. Many items we show are ours exclusively. For the good !! y things, see our line To-Da- To suit Every Taste ! DON'T WAIT A 8ofa Cushion. Buy them NOW !! Naylor's Book Store GOING TO FIND Ti The couching cord la sewed over and over with black morccrlzed cotton. The parts of the butterfly aro cut out and basted to the crash, and the edges aro sewed down with For Lingerie of black. Ribbons. Naylor's Book Store BIG SALE AT CAYCE. The Naylor Mercantile Co., of, Cayce, Ky., West Kentucky's Greatest Department Store, announce that they are going to close out and discontinue their Ready-Mad- e Clothing Department, consisting of Men's and Boys' Ready Made Suits and Over- Coats. They are going to inaugurate a great cut price cash sale, beginning Saturday Nov. 27, and continuing until BAYOUVILLE. (Too I stitches. It OIL. f:. jawing named well known capitalists, W ,Vw lltdi.d county M II. Carezr,i J Conran and Thos, Cl r;a er.d 11 W Kowlkes, have t. treated under the firm tiz- - cf daratflo, Kowlkea & Co., lo U:? f.r c.l and natural gas In thta jurt cf the country. Thoy hnvo ;l to push their prospecting, izi C:q Ik cord hope thoy may start i e : a icuiiaera beforo spring. Then U tij advantage about their workup he! i they make won't hurt tho lul Thiy will be alio to take caro ctif.w m.lllon If they strike an oil ricr..r or to atand tho loaa If they c.siit Sw Madrid Record. nm-p:;u-- Is not necessary to turn The black cord Is also couched to the Uses of the design. Doth sides of the bag are decorated. WAsh ribbons for lingerie are a nt- ccsslty, and they can be put ln no DR. BLACK'S late for last week.) Charley Wilson Is on tho sick list. Miss Amy Hubbard visited friends in East Prairie Saturday. Eye Water CONTAINS NO rolSON, E. G. Gllmore returned from .Monday. Ants-to- IS PAINLESS AND HARMLESS and la guaranteed to cure any case of sore eyes In the world, IN PEOPLE. HORSES AND DOGS Cured rny cyea after 20 years' Buffering and blindness. J. K, Jackson, Paragould, Ark. Curtd toy cyrs after I had suffered 1Q rears anu was ol leu limes bllntl. SIRS. M. A. lUlLHV, Kenuett, Mo, I have used Dr. T. R. Mack's M acnetic Rye Water and find it perfectly painless. It works like magic. Iudgh V. A. Mavwood, Jonetboro, Ark, OttM Curat Aewta Sara Cyst ta nt NhjH SaU ana" Gwtrartof by all Brutfitis. A OJov e "Rastus" Glover was hero on ness last week. Miss Graco DeLeon busi- was on Sugar Treo Rldgo Sunday. Ell Parks, of Eddyville, Ky., Bpent several days this week with friends and relatives hero. Lester Winters and George Robertson were hero on business Monday. Quito a crowd attended the moving picture show at tho school houso Saturday nlghL Cast. the edges of the linen, as the couching cord Is large enough and strong enough to completely hold and cover them To fasten the ends of the couch- In more attractive gift form than by inclosing them in on embroidered ease like the above, which consists of two circular pieces of embroidered lint O H. A. j i r i T. Dealt, NoUry Public, at W. Doddi' Lumber Office. FARM LOANS I Price, 25c. TRADE SUPPLIED BY January 1, 1910. They are going to cut the John Berry, of Hickman, is visiting fcr authorliod to tako application lirn loans In Obion nnd Wcnkloy CouoLics, Ttnn. and In Kulton County Kj, at the rate of & per cent par 1310. insula INT1L, JANUARY 1. 3 per c;nt of tho full cash vnluo of firm mil bo loaned. Loans mado la iuca cf $1,000 or moro on tracta cf lied of FIFTY ACRES OR MORE oa ftta cr ten year's tlmo, with privilege to borrower of paying tamo after in iuii or making any ana I id J. R. Black Medicine Company KENNETT. MISSOURI. 8. L. Oodds, of this city, was last week elected Vlco President of tho u-,.-- Clarksdalu, Helena & Northern Railroad Co., operating largely In Mississippi. Mr. Dodds was merely a stockholder In tho rond, nnd his election to PMtlil pay mint detlrcd nt intervals the office, unsolicited, Is on honor of of tlx conths after tho expiration of which ho may well feel proud and nit year, tho Interest bolug stopped Uio company Is also to bo congratuoa pjrtlal payments mado. lated upon their solcctlon In this case. 0. Bl'llAUMN. Attornoy-aMaw- . Their now vlco president Is n L'nlon Cltv. Tonn. ho bcllavcs In doing things. llvo-wlru W-- .:. A 1 Wallet for Bills. A Laundry Ing cord, draw them through to the under side of the crash. A serviceable glove case Is made of heavy tan linen with embroidery In dull colors, Tho flowers are rose, leavea green and the edge light brewn. It Is Hoed with silk the color of the Bag. llntn. mounted over stiff cardboard. The circles are faced with silk the color of the ribbon, which fastens the covers and ribbon rolls together. This design might also be used for a pin ball. AGED LADY DIES. Mrs. V. W. Palmer, aged 67 years, died at tho homo of her eon, Ed Palmer, In East Hickman, Sunday evening at G o'clock, tho result of a paralytic stroke. Deceased and her husband came to Hickman about, three weekB ago from Gayoso, Mo., to make their homo with tholr son, after having been away from hero threo years. Mrs. Palmer had tho mUfortuno to fall down a short flight of steps which is thought to havo been tho causo of the paralytic stroke. Mrs. Palmer Is survived by her hus- baud and four children 11. P. Paluwr, of Gayaso, Mo., Mrs. I.ula Flynu, of Wolf Ibland, Mo., Mrs. Allco Huff, of Mablo. Ky., and Ed Palmer, of East lllckmnn. Sho was a member of tho Uaptlst church for many years and hor liro was oxomplary from overy point of vlow. llurlal took placo at Sassafras Rids Monday. O Henry price on men's and boys' at Three States this week. suits half, 50 cents on the Mrs. J. B. Dunn, who has been viswill dollar, in fact they will be iting friends and relatives here, Ky., leavo for her home In Columbus, sold regardless of cost Thursday. Her sister, Mrs. Nat will accompany her. Men's and Boys' Overcoats Georgo Schneider was hero on busiwill be sold at 33JJ per cent ness Monday. reduction. SunMrs. Gertrudo Dawson The extra reduced prices day with her mother, Mrs. spent Dunn Llllle will last only 15 days on the Mrs. Robertson, clothing and overcoats, or as dy of E. vicinity, an esteemed la this died Saturday, Nov. 6th, of malaria hemlturo. Mrs. long as stock lasts. earRobertson accepted at Cut prices on goods in all ly ago of 1G years, Christhas tho a lived and departments. true christian in tho Methodist church chilWatch for their circulars. She leaves a husband and six many dren to mourn her loss. Their n, O o friends sympathize with them In their cypress shingles, te Kclehbors. of M ninnhla w.ia Ren Harrison, of Union City, has Wist of hla brothor, Norman, been employed as timekeeper nt tho lact week, Mongol Uox Knctory. CLOSING OUT SALE. Of Live 8toek. FOR 8 ALE At once, 200 thousand bereavement. extra fine Hick man's Greatest Show ing At my farm ono uillo north of Cayco, on tho old Dr. Luton place, I wilt offer for sale, TUESDAY, NOV. 30 to tho highest bidder, tho following described llvo stock: CROMWELL, Jr., one of the best bred and finest taddle stallions In the $3.50 a thousand at, Hickman, $3.25 at FOR SALE: Framing timber, sidemill 6 miles west of Hickman. Yatet walk lumber and sawed white oak & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. posts. N. J. Corum, Hickman, Ky. heart ttate. Two Jacks, as good as can be found anywhere, and splendid breeders. ' Two Nice Mares. One Gelding. Ono Young mule. Alto a few farming Implements and some harness. This stock will bo sold without as I am going out of or tho stock business. It will pay you to attorn! this salo. Sale begins at 10 a, in. TERMS: Credit of 12 months will bo given with approved security, with by-ut- Don't Postpone the purchase of your Holiday goods another day ! A nornnlprf linfi from I Dolls lI-v-,-,fk Interest from dato. Geo. O 13. L. White. Hick- BUY THEM NOW man, have tho mumps, O I. Span's children, of East Clin fVt w U1C iVICUlllllULll f-- Hnoo Vlivo f . If .. Come in and see our display. Naylor's Book Store Nlco FOR RENT: RESIDENCE residence on tho hill, desirably locatC. V. Shumate spent Sunday In ed. L. P. Ellison. Nowbcrn, Tonn. C. P.'a now poom O soon "Tho Now England Mutual"-w- lll Two very charming young ladleB, bo roady for tho press. both of whom rcsldo cast of tho CouO rier oftlco, and not over 1,000 miles Of courso you have read about it away, will bo uiarrlod durlnc tho holimany times, but honestly now, did days. Another Old lllckmnn couplo your wife over really try to open a Is "almost persuaded" to follow Bult. can of tomatoes with your ruiorT Stick at 'em, tollers. while you can buy just what you want. WE HAVE IT. Naylor's Book Store ABOUT ATTORNEY FEES. NEED NOT BE THROWN AWAY Every onco In a while wo hoar somebody cutting tho local lawyer nbcmt his exorbitant feo. The law yer ns n wlfole, may be n aiiHplcluiin character, yea, even n honl nut, but tlio nvernge Fulton county lawyer doesn't mako "pin monoy" for some of tho well known attorneys of this country. A f00 feo would look like 30c to them, although they are no longer nt tho task than nho country lawyer. It might bo of Interest to our readers to know that (Joorgo II. WIckersham, Attorney General of tlio Vnlted States, who ns one of the at torneys In the litigation between the City of Chicago nnd tho Chicago Trac tlon Company was paid n feo of $200,- 000 and ho did not receive ns much relatively, ns Kllhu Hoot, who topped every feo ever paid to any lawyor In tho world considered from tho vlow of services performed. After tho death of Ilussell Sago, a legal snarl presented Itself ns to the distribution of tho estate, variously estimated at from J 140.000,000 io Mrs. Sage, kindly, gen$200,000,000. erous and just, wanted the legal question settled quickly nnd by authority. "1 want you to seo Mr. Ellhu lloot," sho said to ho advisor, "and say to him that I will consider it a distinct favor if ho will pass upon tho question and give uie his decision." Communication was opened up at onco with tho Secretary of War. A special messenger called upon htm. Ho was too much engrossed with his official duties to give tho request attention. "Pleaso say to Mrs. Sage," 3ald lie, "that it will bo imposslblo for mo to act. I am not practicing law now. "Ilut It is not a question of fee, Jlr. Root," said tho Intermediary. "Mrs. Sago insists that you, and you only, shall advise In the matter." "I repeat," replied tho War Secretary, "that 1 do not wish to be retained, and you say that nothing further need be suggested. My feo would bo practically prohibitive and I want it so regarded." "And that feo would "Well, say ?260,000,-- ' was the reply in a tono intended to cut off further discussion. That samo day telegraphic communication with Mrs. Sago was open ed. "Pay It," 8bo said. Mr. Hoot was astounded when Informed that his "prohibitive" feo was regarded as settled. lie accomplished what ho had to do In less than 48 hours, without appearing in court and without engaging additional aid, and Mrs. Sago was very well satisfied. James B. Dill, now a Judge of tho Court of Errors and Appeals In New Jersey, was paid $1,000,000 for patching up tho bitter differences between Andrew Carnegie and Ilenry C. Frlck. This took months of labor and the employment of many assistants In the search for records which wero necessary in bringing about tho reconciliation. It, Is so far as tho Is concerned, the highest feo paid to a lawyer In the history of American Jurisprudence. William D. Gutbrio was paid $500,000 for breaking the will of Ilenry B. Plant, which involved many months of labor and frequent appearance In court. What Will I Buy for Mayonnaise That Hse Curdled In the Making Can Easily Da Put night. A FEW rHr.Tn -" CHRISTMAS That mnyonnalso, curdled In tho mnkltiK, enn bo set to right nt onco tiy tlio addition of n tnbleapoonful of rcrr cold water l tho useful discovery of one housewife. Whether thin woifld be effectual In nil recipe for making tho epicurean dressing linn not boon ascertained, but It never foils to bo ro In her formula, which la n delicious one, ns follows: one, Ono rnw yolk, ono both very cold, mixed In n, bowl with the mldltlon of n llttlo suit, nnd It liked n saltspoonful of mustard, Stir In nt lenst Imlf n pint of pure ollvo oil, afterward thinning to tho desired consistency with vinegar or lemon juice Tho oil mny bo put In by tho dessertspoonful nnd stirred very quickly, contrary to tho usual laborious process of adding It drop by drop. If all tho Ingredients and bowl nnd spoon nro well chilled It will not curdle If this nccldent should over occur through nny ralsclmnco ndd tho cold water nnd It will bo rectified. hnrd-bolle- w W I 7 Hundreds of satisfactory nnd appropriate answers to this question are found in our attractive display of MOTH Solution PESTS IN THE FALL Holiday Goods Now is the time to get the BEST and get it to suit. assortment is so complete that the widest range for selection is offered Our A Choice Line of ' of Carbolic Add Will Help Housekeepers In Fighting Their Enemy. U Mnny housekeepers, oven experienced ones, feel that If thoy hnvo succeeded In outwitting the voracious moth during tho summer month there Is nothing more to fenr from him. In point of (net, tho fall months nro dangerous, particularly where a town house Is not opened until late. If ono finds moths around In tho fall nnd doe not wish to go to tho trouble of getting moro camphor or tar balls for a comparatively short period, let thorn try tho carbolic ncld When you feel good life is n pleasure. When you feel bad life is a burden. A healthy, clean body means n happy soul. All bodies. like n bad boy, need correction. A good, clean, neatly trimmed peach tree limb is th best thing to use on a bad boy. Good, fresh medicine, properly selected and com pounded, is the only thing that will correct a foul, disc J crly system. THE HICKMAN DRUG CO. is the Pl,cc ,0 gct these drugs, properly dispensed and guaranteed in cverv respect. Wc have competent men to prepare your medicine. Men of experience, graduates of pharmacy nnd legally qualified. Let us fill your prescriptions and feel assured that it i done right. ThA HiVi Engraved Calling An elegant yet inexpensive Cards To Select From be" euro. Wipe off the wood work, shelves and floor of closet or wherever danger of moths Hon, with a solution of carbolic acid. Ho careful In doing this that none gets on tho hands, as It burns badly when too strong. After wiping down tho woodwork a little of the acid may bo put In tho cup of a small alcohol stovo. Tho heating causes tho fumes to rlso through tho closot nnd helps In the moth fighting. CHRISTMAS GIFT One your friends will appreciate Sec samples and get prices at Diamond Rings, Plain Rings Cut Glass, Silverware, Watches Set Rings. Cuff Buttons, Scarf Pins, Shaving Sets, Writing Sets Tea Sets, Carving Sets, Souvenir Spoons, Bracelets, Fancy Belt Piper Bags. To keep lottuco fresh, put It In a paper bag, twist the end tight, place this In another bag, and put In a cool place. It troubled with ants, place cako In a box, put this In a strong pa(cr bag, and hong from a hook. If you have to work In tho kitchen In a long sleeted waist, slip a puper bag over each arm, making a hole Just large enough to admit the hand. This will protect tho sleeves and be easily slipped on and off In case tho door bell rings. It Is an excellent protection In blacking a store. Put paper bags over cannod fruit and the color will be preserved. Canvas Dough Board, A capable housewife has discovered that a atrip of sail canvas of convenient slxo Is better than the usual dough bonrd. Ilesldes admitting of smoother rolling, she says. It Is more easily denned and caster to find a place for In limited modern kitchens. She uses a strip of tho canvas for biscuits, plo crust, cookies nnd all ordinary purposes of the dough board. A THE COURIER OFFICE SVVWTVTVVVVTTTTVVVTTTVTT IN WRONG PEW f COMING EVENTS Nov. 26 Lyric. "A Country Kid" at tho Dec 1 "Llttlo Miss Muffct," tho Lyric Jan. 29 'The Minister's Daughters the Lyric be "Night Riders 'l'l, aril n Feb. 16 "Tho Wind Organist," tho Sunday a i rowd 01 jj county came or- r to ica V. j .i son ami Will 1U.hVt c! rs i boat for some pou t n A'ksuu vi at tbo landing got fuJ cf "i- - LA lco Lino "boon s'd rr id t at - fa Pins, Secret Order Pins, Beauty Pins, Necklaces, Brooches, Fobs Chains, Clocks of All Kinds Lyric Lyric rir' k r"'. t April 3 "Tho righting Parson." th O Ep.anstkn. A mldsle-tatd O Best Clear Heart Cypress Shingles $3.50 a thousand. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. Oklahoma has a law. that sets asldo enough money to pay the transportation of all negroes who want to leavo for tho negro Republic of Liberia in Africa. This Republic was formed by freed slave negroes from tho United States many yenrs ago and this country has assisted it In many ways at various times to establish a sound government. Negroes from America may eventually emigrate to Liberia, as an attempt will bo mado in tlio near future by tho colored folks .to havo the white peoplo pass a bill through Congress to appropriate tho necessary fund for the natlonul gov ernmcnt to pay tho transportation of all negroes In the States who want to go to Liberia. Beautiful Novelty Silver 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 The management of the Hickman Independent Home Telephone Co wishes to anuounco that thoy aro now ready to make connection with all country lines on cither sldo of Tomato Mustard. Hickman. Tho company furnishes all Ono peck of rlpo tomatoes skinned. equipment In tho city and connects six rod peppers, boll one hour; then 1G strain through sieve. Add half pound with your linos at tho limits for of salt, two tablespoonfuls of black per lino and chargos 76c a month for pepper, two of ginger, ono of all- tbolr exchange servlco. Boo A. W, spice; boll all togothor ono hour and Uavls, Managur. a half. When cold mix half pound of All kinds of meats at Moore's gro ground mustard In one pint of vine- cery. O gar; put all together, stir well and bottle, and It Is rendy for use. Potato Hint. When preparing scalloped potatoes. macaroni, In fact anything In the scal loped line, with milk, instead of pour ing the milk over all, mako a cream sauce not too thick and pour ovor warm about half an hour boforo put ting In tho oven, This doeu not tako as long to bake and you aro always sure of having tho potatoes or macaroni tho right consistency. Deviled Cheese. two ounces of lrmnn choese. add one tcoanoonful rhnnn,i pickles, a teaupoonful curry powder and plenty of muHtard. nutter slices of toast on both sides and snreuil with tho mixture. Tut on a well-bu- t tered tin and bako five minutes in a hot oven. Grato Birds Roasted In Their Feathers. Open the birds In the usual manner and draw. Cover with wut rlnv un,i bury In hot coals. In 40 minutes draw rrom me nre; peel off clay, when feathers and skin will come too. Tiiuv are very delicious cooked this way. Oaked Mutton Stew. Romovo tho fnt from the meat you usually get for your mutton stew and brown In n hot greased frying pan. Add two cups of water or more and pour nil Into a bean pot. Add a stalk of celery nnd a carrot cut Into small cubes with whatovcr seasoning Is desired. Cook two hours or longer In a slow oven and you will have an Inexpensive dlth of meat. iint her botboml bad never spoken a l I'.ts word to h.r Ijiter we that Ntop'c illume Wibmii onco tnl.l tn bad imr - dlscov-.roi- husband. Will Rainwater, a 1 went to Memphis ar J t X' mid he str.t to i i.::T after bondsmen ar.d w ' Tlmrrt uuri, ttarrar'ft rr 1 CZ t' fci 13am Nok Carpenter d a. llob Woods Morgan arrested In a few davi Tir P:r county da t 'pi-- t of Obion county and ra w si-- l t:' scums that Ibis i wd .Mc-f- n t-- ''tlvt RURAL PHONE PATRONS. anco they can Lake County e,N- u s i t f Tim illtctiktlhK rr ' trouolltnn twixrs tt t roynlty nnd monT-T tent that they fr four or five inontrs i. wife of n certain n -- S c r ,c;"" 3 --- 1 ; .1.1. ..I r....!,,,... la . t " er. should be (or J. ........1. H" . c' " " o Whatever your needs lets us show you that we have Genuine New Attractions for Christmas that will please you Attend White's Etocx farm noar Caycf J: v Should Be Kept Dry. Tho corotwr was Investigating tho auto of tho railroad accident, and the engineer was nsked why he did not 'low his whistle, when a bystandor, n m aside, said "lleoauso bo wut t'ttlwllr Ahrtnlnur - CHEAP oooooooooooo TRY A COURIER WANT AD. COW o o o o o For Sale Mipo's Lots ! 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. The Cheapest advertising o Medium I Read by 3,000 People Every Week C08T8 ONLY ONE CENT PER WORD PER WEEK. FEED AilAAk. a.MIWI .1.-1- oooooooooooO Hickman Furniture Co, Funeral Directors And Embalmers.. Hickman, Kentucky AF. G. B. Bond's Addition A mixture ot Shucks, Small ura."--SilEtc., 1 to West Hickman The Come and See ... -- ks, II A at l5cPerwago est, 8Qld best located and Cheap'propert you can buy. Will to See ae ake EASY TERMS, Lota ONLY. WHITE PEOPLE at Ue Oil Mill. Chas. Q. Schlenker JEWELER AND OPTICIAN oad, if htiea S.L.DODDSCfl. -- G. B. Bond. ft :fi The clever houuekfmimr U ,ka uses all the modern conveniences she can nnord. The best way to know what has been dona to liphtan wo man's labor Is to watch household and follow them ub. To Oet New Home Helps. at gin. TlpHon to J. F. & ft , ,C.f ' . u Ijr will III1 I,- ?r in mi"' i.iurkr - fW3 tliitn THE HieKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, ROGERS SECTON 3 A BLUB MARE HERS innii that your hM eiplrwl. IUnw promptly Ifyoa want th paper to com to too aftr thli month rV.R W WESTERN IKNTDOKT KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1909. WHOLE HO. 9.17K ESTABLISHED IH THE TEAR lHlit IRVINE. In o RAPPED STANDARD OIL, nn opinion written by Circuit Judgt W. II. 8anborn, of St. Paul, fl!d In St. Loula nnd St. Paul Mon day, tho United States Circuit Court for tho District of Missouri, held that the Standard Oil Company, of Now Jors.y, was nn lllcgnl corporation nnd oidercd that It bo dissolved. It was authoritatively announced by officers of the Stnndnrd Oil Company that nn nppeal would bo taken from the decision, as that had been tho general understanding between counsel on both M'r. In tho suit. In its decision tho court is believed to havo dealt tho Smtidard Oil Co. what will provo lo be Its death blow, and to havo placed a vcapon In tho bands of tho government, that will ennblo It to wlpo out of cxlstonco all similar combinations. INGER80LL ON INTEMPERANCE. ackord sfiocformen it Mondny afternoon to the surprlso of their many friends, Miss Elslo and Will Hogers wcro quietly married at tho homo of tho brldo In West Hlckmnn. Doth nro residents of West Hlckmnn. Fulton Thanksgiving day. O Lord! Below wo glvo what Col Robert snld, In ono of his addresses v; The Packard needs no brass band It wins its way on accompaniment. merit nlonc, and is content to do so. The verdict of those who wear this shoe is its most valuable advertising asset. Genuine worth, like truth, is a permanent quality. Tho mnrrlngn did not occur In this city, hut In Obion County. They nro wull known young people of tho west end. O wo tltnnk Theo thnt thero on Intemperance: nro moro smiles In tho unlvcrso than "Intemperance cuts down youth In tears; that thero is moro rest than Its strength and ago in its weakness. troiibla; that thero is moro lovo thnn It breaks the father's heart and behatred. Henry Ward Dcccher. reaves tho doting mother, extinguish- III 1 L Tho biggest line, of toys In Fulton county nt Horendos. 0 SUI $1.50 $4.00 nilcrt SoU by $5.00 innt,u. Br&cUan, M. A. PACKARD CO, Mitt. Night riders, who apparently nro not connected with tho tobacco trou- lilts, lmvo sent warnings to well known puoplo residing In Kuttnwn, In county. D. A. Sexton, nn aged clil'.tn, received tho following wnrn- All kinds of musical instruments Ins: "You lmvo been talking too at llercndcs. Nothing better for a much and we are going after your aog hldo If you don't stop. N. It." Chrlstmna gift. 0 n Among others who hnvo received wcro a dry goods morchnnt, two h. D. Thrclkcld nnd wlfo visited other business men nnd n woman. relatives In Clinton last week. Tho Charity Club of Paducnh had a "tag day" November 24, for tho purposo of raising funds to take caro of Uio poor tho coming winter. Why not spend a few dollars of that foreign mission money for tho same purposo. Will we ever learn that charity should begin at homo? Tho Courier forco has been workIn? overtime this wcok on account of an avalancho of advertising from our l"cnl merchants. It will be worth your while to read these announcements you know"a dollar saved is a dollar made and thero aro some real bargains mentioned in this issue, Fashion's Latest Next Week First Showing of Holiday Goods -- AT- E. R. Ellison's TtTTTTTTTTT es natural affection, erases conjugal love, blots out filial attachments, blights parental hopo and brings down mourning ago to tho grave. It pro duces weakness, not strongth; sick ness, not health; death, not llfo. It makes wives widows, children orphans, fathers fiends and all of them paupers and beggars. It feeds rheu matism and nurses gout, wolcames epidemics, invites cholera, imports pestilence and embraces consumption. It covers tho land with Idleness, mis- cry and crimo. It fills your Jails, supplies your nlms houses and demands your asylums. It crowds your penitentiaries nnd furnishes victims for your scaffolds. It Is tho llfeblood of tho gambler, the element of tho burglar, the prop of the highwayman and tho support of tho midnight Incendiary. It countenances crime, respects the thief and esteems tho blasphemer. It violates obligations, reverences frauds and honors infamy. It defames benevolence, hates lovo, scorns virtue and slanders innocence. It incites the father to butcher his offspring, tho husband to massacre his wife, and the child to grind the paracldal axo. It burns up men. con sumes women, detests life, curses God and despises heaven. It debases tho cltiien, degrades tho legislator. dishonors the statesman and disarms the patriot. It brings shame, not honor; terror, not safety; despair not hopo; misery, not happiness; and with tho malevolenco of a fiend, it calmly urveys its frightful desolation, and unsatisfied with its havoc, it poisons fidelity, kills peace, ruins morals, blights confidence, slays reputation and wipes out a nations honors, then curses tho world and laughs at Its ruin." NOTICE TO PUBLIC. CASH STORE On the o.a Tf.ct Oa the tltt A cf a reception gown of king's Mus panne velvet, with trim. Wni'tau point Happiness Easily Found. Happiness Is not llko a large nnd beautiful gem, so uncommon and raro that all search for It Is vain, nil efforts to obtain It hopeless; but It consists of n series of smaller and commoner gems, grouped and set together, forming n pleasing nnd graceful whole. Samuol Smiles. O nnd gold right U lrt In it button. house gown of Linden rrsen satin with trimmlmr of w Attractive Assortments of Toys, Dolls, Novelties, Fancy Goods, Etc. BIG SAVING IN After having sold coods for four years on time (or credit) I find my credit business to bo such as not tn Justify mo to soli any more goods that way. Therefore I uso theso columns tn inform my friends, patrons and tho public in general, that after Jan. lsf. 1310, I will discontinue the credit business and sell strictly for cash. E. A. MAYFIELD, Cayco, Ky. O CALLS OUR HAND. flirt The Murderout DlucfUh. -J Muoflsh panics oast-"i,,r- r 'nevard sound In tho "3 v.. gfi. fpn or IK noucdi In T MijcfUh Is nn unmltl-- r nnd la nblo to whip re tr '' A not larger than him-k- i menhaden with such 'r a, pack thvm In windrows CVp r n the const. t GIFT GOODS FOR CHILDREN All these are marked at our usual scale of Low Prices for Quick Selling. You are invited to Don't Henry Kylo, n penniless old railfall to bco tho Taft vtows road man, of LUbourn, had been Him & Wilson's drug store. drinking liquor heavily for sovoral days, nnd mado an effort to got C- O can cook. Ho began In water, and In 1CS8 he had ctifeil In bolllnir cess. H rj, tJC amj Uf(0u aro oth-"- i r Lamro associated with sun eook- -7 p m cooking roastliiK bo!s I T relight Instend of coaland or -' tiln k 'Iiik on for thrco aro sun stoves tilt r a firl.iin or boll n soup to Tt ' y aro only used, howits: ta f- til (V, Sun Cooking, - tan, Iinron Tehernhusn, J t-- lain-TIiti- - a Frisco freight train last Tuesday morning, but was refused on account of being Intoxicated. lie was very nervous nnd despondent and crawled under a car on tho track, bulng Instantly killed when tho train moved, severing his head from his body. 'Squlro h. L. Thompson held nit Inquest on tho body, nnd found that deceased had committed suicide. O IN THE SADDLE. cou-ven- DOWN TO FACT8. HARD WINTER AHEAD. Fulton county may boast of her turnips through tho Appeal, but her soil does not produce such turnips as tho soil of Graves county. John T. Golden, a prosperous farm er living three miles south of May-fieon Routo 2, was in tho city Friday and left a turnip at the Messenger offlco which can bo seen now, which is the largest ono we havo ever seen. This was of the purple top, globo variety, weighs 12 pounds, and is 20 inches in circumference. Mr. Golden mado ICO bushels on ono acre of ground and many of them weigh 8, 9 and 10 pounds each. Tho bluo ribbon will be gladly giv en to any man In Fulton, Hickman, Carlisle, Marshall or Calloway coun ties that will produco a turnip larger than this. Mayfleld Messenger. That's alright, Mr. Lemon, but wo will bet you wo raise tho biggest hog Jowl and greens you ovor saw. ld Pc- '" lr - Taft Views Helm & Ellison's. Bath Room Comfort. Every member of ihc family enjoys the comfort and conven ience a modem bath room provides. "itesdarvT plumbing future! make your bath room modern, comfortable and sanitary. When' von remodel of build, let US estimate on your plumbing contract. HIgIt grade "Standard fixtures and our first class work assure you satisfaction and future saving. Our service u prompt; our prices reasonable. 11 COTTON & ADAMS Tho following dialoguo was pullod Tho next Bcsslon of tho Kontucky off In a Hickman parlor laBt Sunday General Assembly, which will in tho now capltol nt Frankfort night! tho first week In January, will bo "I lovo you." mainly conspicuous by tho small num"I'vo heard that boforo." ber of Itepubllcans who will assist In "I worship you madly." mnklng up tho body. Complete re"Looso talk." turns from overy ouo of tho 113 "I cannot live without your lovo." nnd legislative districts show "Oet somo new stuff." tlmt tho Democrats will havo CO ma"Will you marry mo?" jority on Joint ballot. "Wull, now, there's somo class to At tho recent election tho Dome-c- that."' O Is were successful In each of tho nineteen holdover districts, which will Miss Emma Latta and Vodio Hargive them a doclded advantage in din wero married yesterday, at tho the ocbbIoii of 11)12, as tho election homo of tho brldo near Fulton. In ll'll will only havo to elect one 0 Senator out of tho utnotecii to bo tluio to control tho cbesen at that I. C. Tarbuo, roadmastor of tho N. upper branch of thu 1912 scbbIoii, O. & St. h., was in this city on bust-net- s when a United Statos Senator to sucMonday. It's about timo for the ceed Thomas II. Payntor will bo railroad company to begin surveying elected. again. 0 o Subscribe for the Courier. Read the Courier. 'Squlro Drown is predicting a hard winter. Says tho 'Squlro: "Havo yo noticed how tho blackbirds aro already gathorln' In big flocks and palavcrln In the stubblo? They are glttln ready to vamooso. It's an Indication that cold weather Is comln'. Keep an oye on tho dogs and see 'em buryln' moro bones than usual. Then tako a squint at the corn. Every ear has grown long whiskers, and that's a suro sign. Tho applo trees havo yielded a poor crop, and that means thoy aro storing up ull their sap and energy agin a hnrd spell of winter. Now's the time for tho wise gazabo to lay lu a supply of fuel and chuck, and subscribe for the Courier." Ho put his arm around hor waist. The color left her chook, Hut on tho shoulder of his coat It showed up for a week. J. E. Fuqua wont to Union City, Tuesday, to attend tho Stewards' Dis trict Conference of tho M. E. church. Again wo urge our friends to do their Christmas shopping early, while tho stocks aro unbroken. Come la and make your selections now. O Rev. G. W. Wilson, tho now preacher at tho Methodist church, and family have moved to Hickman from Clinton, Rev. Wilson was pastor of this church 23 years ago, but a good Sunday to hear crowd turned out the "new preacher," as this was his first service of the present year's work. O FOR SALE: Good team of horses, for cash. Apply to A. S. Darke tt, in West Hickman. LITTLE HENRY'S MEMORANDA. $125,000 BLAZE Richmond & Bond Oil Mills Destroyed By Fire Last Night. The large Cotton Seed Oil Mill, of the Richmond The blaze was discovered about 1 & Bond Co., in West Hickman, was totally destroyed by fire last nighty by the night watchman, in the top of the north end ofthe seed house which was probably the largest structure in Hickman. Before the alarm could be given the fire had spread to such nn extent that it could not be controlled, and soon reached the mills. 1:40, Uncle Hill says lot of tlmo a man blAmcs fnto for things that la earned by hit own foolishness. Pa- guys tho prottlor a woman U the morn other women sco that her hntr la bleached nnd her dress made ovor My ulster's beau told hor last night that sho was bis guiding star. I told ma, nnd sho said attor they nro mar-- . rled he'll bo like nil the rest nnd forget most of hit astronomy. Mr. Perkins, who la n candidate, como to see pa yesterday and ho pat- ted me on tho bead nnd said I was a rine llttlo fellow nnd pa ought to bo proud to hnvo such a son. Pa Is going to Toto for him, nnd Undo Hill snys tt Is shameful bow llttlo It tnkes to brlbo sonio men. Undo Hill says something ought to bo dono about those nnturo fakers J The Shoe of The Moment For Women Who IQnoto IS Nothing was saved except the office building and an old gin building, now used for storage. Products and seed in the mills were worth approximately $50,000, but several thousand dollars worth of seed will prob- that tell about how smart their children aro. My teacher asked us whnt groat ably be saved. We understand the insurance carried will cover about of the loss. one-ha- lf Our Qentls Amusements. We mingle with tho crowd which Is waiting for the tlmo whon tho air ALL ship man shall go up in an nttempt to fly. count of the extreme heat. "Did you read about the poor man Interviewed by a Courier man this morning, Mr. Bond who fell from his air ship when It Hot coffoo at all hours Crescent. was a mile high, and broku every bone t said he had not had time to investigate the cause of the fire, in bis body?" asks one. Itotit Joyner spent Sundny In Un"Yes, but that was an accident," ion City. nor could he say whether or not the plant would be says another. 'Thank hoaven, wo aro enough boo Qlvo However, the Courier predfets that it will. Mr. Bond is not the enlightened sacrificesnot to want tolimb grocery C. II. Mooro a sharo of your of life and the brutal business. kind of man to "throw up the sponge," and he will find his that gratified the ancient Ilomans-anDon't forget, ladles' work receives Greeks." my special attention. Schmidt, tho many friendsMic-- e ready to help him make the plant bigger and His Block System. tailor. better than avei . "Captain," says the retired railway Mis. F. T. Ilandlo nnd Miss Mabel conductor to tho chief o Ulcer of the The plant employed about fifty men. ship, which has stopped becauso of a Wilson are upending Thanksgiving In break in tho englno room, "you are Nastiilllo. not taking proper precautions." AS WE SEE IT. SHOWER OF STAR DUST. rtubt. Hollow orders thu Courier "What do you mean?" asks the capwnt to a. V. Tucker, at Hells, Tenn.. tain. young man will look a A sensible Frank E. Seagrave, a Providence. "You ought to send a flag man back for one year. long time before he embraces matri- It. I., astronomer, whoso calculations half a mile." mony. There nre plenty good, well relative to Ilallcy's comet have atTho Courlor prints moro local new O and tracted widespread attention, announc balanced young girls, each woek than any other local paper domestic In their habits, willing to ed recently that tho correction of a Our lino of Christmas Goods will in Western Kontucky. lire within an Income, but this class slight error In calculation has devel- be open for Inspection Friday nlgbt. If your sewing machine runs heavy, as a general thing you will not find oped tho discovery thnt on Mny 19, Everybody Invited to como nnd see society, the members of 1910, tho comet will reach tho same tho prettiest lino of holiday goods In why not got tho Singer agont, U A. in llrock, to adjust It and make It run which exhaust most of their tlmo and piano as tho earth In its orbit. It Is, Hickman. Ucrcndcs. light and easy again. money In dress and worship at tho therefore, ho says, determined that O f shrlno of fashion. the tall of tho comet will sweep Now la tho tlmo to got n new sowSeo our lino of Winter Lap Robes. this piano instead of clearing on the other hand, let tho And They aro good ones. Illckmnn Hard- ing machine. Do not mako a migirl steer clear of the It. The earth and tho comet will stakeget tho Singer than you are average young man of tho present meet on tho same plane, but not In ware Co. suro of getting tho besL the same path. Tho nearest dividing day. It Is as uncertain as drawing a O prize in tho lottery. There aro In dlstanco will bo 13,000,000 miles. Th During the Illness of Deputy Sheriff Miss Mayme Naylnr went to Hickman at the present time more fan of tho comet's tail according to Thursday to spend Thanks- floalder Johnson and tho absence of worthy young girls than men. Young Seagrave, will spread out and for a giving with friends. Sho will return Shoillf Seat, (1. L. Carpuntor la holdwomen who are determined to make short period tbo earth will find Itself Sunday. ing down the sheriff's offlco. something of themselves never en- swept by "star dust" brought from Services nt tho Methodist church courage a young man who Is not will- many millions of miles beyond tho ing to work, and who squanders the farthest known comet. All kinds of musical Instruments Sunday morning and evening at the little money he gets in cigarettes and "Thero need be no scaro over tho nt Hcrendes. Nothing better for a usual hours by Hov. Wilson. Kvory-bod- y Invited to bo present. Christmas gift. other foolish habits. approaching event," said Mr. "Nothing will happen. It will There is nothing slow nboul Hon. In Pleasant Fetter. be nothing moro that wo hnvo alII. T. Tyler when It comes to buying A Kirkcaldy (Scotland) policeman n very familiar story. Isn't It? ready passed through on Juno 30, It's mules. Iost Friday afternoon at 4 But on tho square, did your wife ever 1SC1, when tho earth swept through has boon getting married. The carriage In which ho retu'ned from the o'clock ha began buying and at I o'crawl stealthily from bed In tho still the tall of tbo comet. Tbo nearest manse bore tho placard Handclock tho next afternoon he had purhours of the night and rifle your It could over como to tho earth cuffed for life with no reprieve" chased 104 head and all were deliverpockets of small change? would be C.235,000 miles." ed to him on his bottom farm. John The Wlsehelme o ys: S'o, my young fr-a i rlags C. Lawson Is nsslstlng him with the If you want boiled ham, call No. aanufacturcr Is n t e fssarily of a buying. Subscribe for the Courier. 80 The Crescent, This was one of the worst fires ever known in the history of the town. Not only was the loss great, but the blaze fed by the greasy products made it almost impossible to fight, on ac- lesson wo should learn from the career of Napoleon, and when I told hor It taught us that no matter how big wo got somo ono could como along nnd lick ui, nnd she said 1 could go home. MILLET & ALEXANDER a S0RTS:44r visit to her slalrs. Mrs. Wnlkor ami Mrs. W. J. Harry. C. I. DOINC8 AT 00RENA. Alllu Hlgglns It ou (Juy Hall wem to ru- John Hmrr and wife, of Clayton, wore hero Saturday shopping. v Mrs. Jim I'arker Harrison, of Mena, Ark., arrived hero Tuesday night on t. ,j !, , (at . .t. ' ixu locuran i aurauay. i , was ii . 1 .. Ira Qrvon left Tuesday for lloulten, Maine, whore ho has a position with n re-bui- lt. manufacturing company. Mr, I'narl XI..U.. list last week ' I Hlnshaw was in Eu frw, Miss Light Karls returned this on business last Thurcdsr week from an extended visit to rela .. . lives in Cairo and I'aducah. ii.... ii'.-- . anu m i k imij- ,v tmi . ... .i liiokinan Sunday n j Tho Hmbroldery Club will bo en1 -. i l. tertaixed home-lovin- g Ark ju v-.Mix J. W. Ilogcra haa returned bioxcr and T: irn a f.i ixwie from n pleasant visit to her sister. wont to Hickman Sut,d.f Mrs. Anderson, lu Charleston, Mo. , ... .... . it nrm. i.jua nrg. ir fir J. rat lui Miss Mario Hruvard went to Ar ed Mrs. Norrii nf Jin , I ... n e. llugton Wednesday to apend Thanks day. giving with Mrs. Tula Kiucrson Stan I n n. l..t - . If. ley. noon by Mrs. tomorrow (Friday) J. T. Stephens. after Mill Nflllllli' Tirl... from Illythevllle If you are thinking of buying a doll Myles' appotntii.t-i,- ! a for tho little tot, don't fall to read K. It. Klllaon's doll advertisement In this Issuo. Its a remarkable offer. Sunday. Sea-grav- FOIt SAI.K: Tho farm known as Misses Crawford and Fin. the old Hurpur place four miles from f.mw Hickman, 1C0 acres. Will take mort Kast I'ralrle. visit'd gnge on farm for IC.000 for ten years mother Sunday at 6 pur cent. Apply to II. U. Cur I In, l :m a iwrir was aiun Woodland Mills. Mrs. J. D. I'l k.n Ui' 1 in till ' The Indies of the Bmbroldury Club Alt present report a good were entertained Friday afternoon Jennie Vbi' Itxcn from three to five by Miss Marl been III guest of Mrs I' I WW: llruvnrd. There were several guests roturiwd to hr ln.n.. in K. .a u besides thu members, and tho after Thursday. noon enjoyabty spent. An excellent Uieust (Srox1 sihoc.; ad, .tti l salad course was served. , r ' - 'Ikv dlfttKM. 'in Printzess Coats and Suits Coats That Are Really Tailored Art, ii Ono of tho most enjoyable events of thu wonk was tho reception given Tuesday afternoon to n large number of friends, from two to by Mrs. H. I,. Dodds. Mrs. Dodds was assisted in receiving tho guests by Mrs. Kil I'rutlior. Progressive Hook was played, of which thero wero ten tables, and much Interest man! fouled In the games. An excellent salad course nnd Ico tea wero served Tho Invited guests were as follows: Mesdnmos I,. I. Klllson, C. I'. Shu mate, II. K. Prathor, I.. A. Slono, T. T. Swayne, J. M. Hubbard, II. T. Davis, 11. N. Cowglll, II. C. Helm, J. A. Thompson, A. M. Dellow, W. C Johnson, 11. M. Klllson, Nnuulo Kinsman, Kd Prnthor, J. 11. Millet, J. M. Heir, four-thirt- Wednesday until Morday t 'tat t traoher, John IhUl. the teachera' cca.J ' meeting at C'tiuitot COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Here are garments that have the right to interest the woman that's hard to please. You never saw more beautaccomplish. The reason is, Printzess skill in the tailoring, that makes a coat fit you when you never got a real fit before. Collars, Hips and Front show a finished smoothness at the first try on. Just received, several new numbers in Ladies' 54-iBlack Coats, running in price $ 2.50 to $ 8.50 iful examples of what real tailoring cai . v n. 1 1 Furs See our new line of Furs 'Fur Collar and Rug Muff sets $12.50 to $16.50 Fur Neck Piece $3.50 to $8.50 Batizer & Dodds Dty Goods Company (p9)ejodjoou) J II Fannlo Shaw, C. C. Smith, Jessie Dillon. II. M. Isler, W. H. llaltxer, W. A. Dodds. Cuo Thrclkcld, W. A. Nny-loW. A. Johnston, D. II. Wilson, It. T. Tyler, It. It. Ilurnett, W. J. Harper, Maggie Itnudle, Alice II. F. Gabby, J. T. Stophens, S. M. Hubbard, 11. lluchanau, C. 0. Schlenkor. K. K. Iteovos, W. J. Harry, It. II. Ilrovnrd. W. 8. Klllson, S. IC. Davidson, Joe Caiitlllon, Arthur Towusend, J. K. Fuqua, It. 11. Johnson, CI. N. Helm, Jack Hussell, T. W. McKeol, of Mnyfluld, Sam I'arker, J. W. lilnnd and 8. I). Luton. Tuesday evening Mrs, Dodds entertained an other largo number of friends. Thero wore six tables of Itook, and thu progressive g nines pnsscd tho time pleasantly, Mrs. Dodds was assisted lu receiving In tho evening by Mrs. C. F. Haltzcr. A salad courso, Ico tea and cun'dy wero served. The following ladles wero Invited Mesdnmos J. W. Honey, Honry Sanger, J. C. Ulllson, A. A. Furls, Carl C. T. Hondurant, F. S. Schmidt, Mooro, A. 11. Slono, J. K. Nay lor, C. F. llaltrer, A. M, Tyler, J. O. Stubbs, KrncHt Johnson, V, II. Curlln, C. U. Travis, Arch Hoogher, II. F. Ilomiey, F. T. Ilandlo, II. h. Amborg, W. C. Speer, T. A. Idford, Ascher r, Am-borKon-nod- Fulton Circuit Court. Kcitackf W. C. Johnson t' ngniust J. i' anu ion ' ljunv fondant lly virtue of a Judgrc' i:l t der of Sale of Kulton I 'X' M renuereu ni iuc oi i.i inureoi, law. in iu'. tho sum of Kevin HardridaiiSe . . eutj'-iwiwiiars rate or six per c i,i v ' day of Septcastct)0 t1 tindl nml nmti hin.r I to offer for sale at r.e -n " door In Hickman, ny w .... . ... (If T! 'N oa niuder, at ruiiui td'i iti 13th day of ucccnicr . . ; or IB' r o ock n. m . .Countr Court uayi til' MiOSiSS . . . .! nionthl. IU'' B1"' " . .irntwirlV. Ifl Wlt f inn i ih., M.niih west Quarr ci o.- .o It t Wl8l co'.'a " T r -" ws l.iaa . ai d in IUVI V ..r mv Knntuckv. ... ..... n prtwaci v r is aiirriPiPiiL iu' oru sums of uioiioy mode. For the purcnuo c purchaser, with approui IUI1IU, KRcurltles. must .... ml i- ... . " i . ......... i i IE? boiu u.i... and ctteci ui wilt bo nreimrcd to Hh V ....r,i . nnd la'.irj. w yuat. : nM BreBfi these o- fl P1 0'U n.l.nhone that Dettersworth 4 Preaching n' 8chool House wi Wr Kin. ... I"' c !av at laTite4 A lady at ueu'u,r mn ind "' ago gavo o wea t,r cnc!oi.ntl J. h. Amberg, J. T. Dillon, C. woK suo tho tnmv ,rcon)lu L. Walker, Kent Itainoy, K. It. Kill-so- 150 from... ... d. ronifortauio .. and ,nBl W. L. Helm, Will Hubbard '"..r,"rreek.Col0. cos at Dr. Iloyal. of Villa HIdge, 11U. ... ' NEW AUTO AGENCY, W. A. Dodda and Dr. J. O. Btubbs closed a contract this week with the Btudcbnker Automobllo Co., for tho local agency of this concern. In or der to get tho agency for this com pany, It was necessary for them to purchase flvo cars. Threo of theso have been placed. W. A. Dodda gots n "K. M. P. 30" model, 35 h. p., flvo passongor tour ing car, which is to bo delivered nt onco. W. H. HalUor, of Ilaltzer & Dodds Dry Goods Co., purchased ono exactly llko Mr. Dodds' to be dollvcrcd In March. Dr. J. O. Stubbs will get a "F. 20" model, 2 or 4 passenger runabout of 22 h. p., to bo delivered In January. It Is needless to nay that tho Studo baker pcoplo mako n good car they aro well known whero over autos nro used to any extent. Hickman now has two automobllo ngonclcs and about ten times as many pcoplo who havo tho auto fever. Local Proper Clothes the man, but they're We a long step in that direction. believe there's a service in clothes selling, not measured by the mere quotation of prices. Our idea of merchandising means more than that. We call ourselves clothiers of men, and as such we do more than simply sell you. We strive to properly clothe you with garments that will please you. don't make 11 Chats I SPECIAL E. R. Ellison's IlEO Is whnl you need Miss Lillian Johnston Is visiting in Fulton. Miss Myrtlo Walker Is reported Movlno pictures every nlaht LYRIC. W. Thirsty! at the Un- ion City. 0. Dornan spent Sunday In Co A Cash Store 10 LARGE DOLLS Offered Special, at about half their real value. READ THE DESCRIPTION. BEST CALICO YAKD. Darkctt's. A. 8. Miss Edna Carpenter was In Union City Monday. John Hagan spent a fow davs at ' homo this wcok. paid for mules last vcek at Franklin, Ky. Cowglll'i Drug 8toro is tho only placo you can get IlEO. After all, tho good roads amend ment was not defeated. Sheriff Scat is spondlng today with his mother at Crutchflold. IL 132,000 was NOTICE I I Millet & Alexander ONLY JUSTICE. t HAPPENINGS f AT CAYCE. Born on Saturday moraine tn tho wlfo of Guy Kohblns, at Mayfleld. a I trust that every customer that I girl. havo will still continue to patronlzo Misses Mary Folhamus and Oml this laundry knowing that satisfac Crawford, of Dorcna. wero hero Sat tion will bo guaranteed. urday. II. E. CUItLIN. SURVEYORS I wish to thank each and over ono for tho part of your laundry bus! iioc which I havo shared during tho past two years. Knowing that I hnvo put forth every effort posslblo to mako tho work satisfactory, and with the assistance of tho Laundry that I havo represented, will say that I havo innde many friends and regular cus tomcrs by giving tho highest class work that can he had. From December 1st, Mr. Lon Nay- lor will havo tho laundry ngoncy, and If its In the rocory lino, we havo C. IL Mooro. Phonn Nn i. N. A. Nalfoh is hero from Tulsa. Okla., visiting tho Naifeh Bros. and twenty-thre- e inches, sleeping, patent rivet jointed, kid body doll. Painted eyebrows, mouth, exposing teeth, moving eyes, with real eyelashes, fine, curly hair, sewed wig, part at side, with ribbon bow, extra stout body, can be placed in sitting position. Covered corded bust, bisque forearm and hands, patent riveted shoulders, elbows and hip joints. Very beautiful, high-grad- e Twenty-on- e dolls. Special Bargain, $1.98 We have only ten of these fine dolls at this price. Come quick if you want one. It .. II lMttl Atria Rob Johnson went to Moscow Sunday. HERE. i : .J .... ri.. . 11 vi i kn l i i ii l ul .ui i ii of hogs Monday. . w. ntit m tritil nml tntir 3 As wo go to press, wo aro reliably Tho many friends of Goalder John- Informed that tho party making tho Kind to learn fhnt ha la Hcrschel Ilradloy visited his mother survey for tho Dycrsburg Northern sou Wi Co., from Tlptonvlllo to Iraor a tow days this week. Hallroad II. 1. Johnson shipped a car load Mrs. Dr. McKcel, of Mayfleld. is tho guest of her sister. Mrs. D. II. Wilson. p COMMISSIONER'S W. C. Johnson SALE. Hickman, reached this city last night Edgar Ilrnnham was tho guest of and aro now camped near town. Also, that tho survey crosses tho ralso your Miss Annlo Johnson Sunday. t'j : Tylor's placo, betMUs Addlo Henley, of Oakton, vis- stato line on It. T. ited relatives hero a few days this ter known as tho old Hlchardson farm This road will, of course, como Into week. Ins g::.: on Ibo streets and Hickman through West Hickman, but Miss Louise McConnell visited her just what property It will cross, wo cousin, Miss Pearl Johnson, Saturday nro unablo to say. However, they will connect with tho N. C. & St. U, and Sunday. NO" tracks nt tho Mcngel Box Factory or Mrs. Kannlo Murcblson returned at Dodds' cotton gin. ::s j:u co wrong wncn you uo fc.ZKt, She wns ibo dauKhtcr homo Sunday after a visit to her Further particulars later. k3 c:s ho probably loved her daughter. In Sharon, To tin. ::.h u )cu lovo your dauRhtor, s of tho Mrs. Luby Hargrovo and llttlo Tho fact that lv "l rr'l wrltn nrerutnlr daughter, Francos, and Miss Mary Al- prisoners In Kentucky's penitentiar Jjt t"5 ami Ihnlr inn I hod nf ice Johnson returned homo Tuesday ies can neither rend nor writo Is a nftor a visit to relatives In Mayfleld. strong count In tho indictment agalns . - . .. .. , , ..... .. Kentucky for her lndlffercnco to that . B .( most Important of all Institutions, tho o T. S. Hamilton left last week for a public school. fow days at the Mongelwood branch v 11. ii ui.u t ii. uryun, yu of tho Mungel Ilox Co., before reII. II. Green has boon visiting In turning to Loulavlllo. Mlddlo Tennessee. 'xt Lai.- Wednesday. tt j"ir daughter, and would you Hubbard has returned fro i visit to Nnshvllle and Columbus .fiends. M. B. F. Mayers, tho hakcr, who has been sick for several days, Is able Ur b up again. Mrs. M. Ambcrg Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Guy Bobbins, in May-fielthis week. d, Miss Lillian Choato went to May- field, Wednesday, to spend several days with friends. Tho First District Educational As sociation will meet at Kuttawa, on November 2G and 27. two-third- Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. & Etc., Plaintiff against J. L. Roberson & Etc., Defendant Equity. By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at the September t6rm, thereof, 1909, in the above cause for tho sum of Thirty-twDolhundred and 0 lars, with interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from the day of September, 1909, until paid, and costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door In Hickman, Ky., to the highest o Judge B. T. Davis went to Cairo first of tho week to seen his son, King, who has been quite sick. Tho Obion County Poultry Asso ciation will hold Its annual Bhow In Union City Dec. 15, 16, 17 and 18. Mrs. J. R. Drown, and Misses Marino Brown and Frankyo Reld visited Mrs. Arthur Shaw at State Line, - t Ladies Tailored Suits j NEW ARRIVAL OF The Finest Suits ever brought to this house, for Sunday. Wo positively decllno to join in tho Idiotic paragraphing now rampant about the hook-worand tho guy that Hennery Jones 'd hooks up his wlfo's shirt waist. Hennery Jones Is a wunnerful man) Yes lr! Not many people can do what he can-alrt Hennery Jones, he can wiggle his ears, Turnln 'em back till he says 'at he hears What Is behind him as well as we do What Is In front. I can't do It. Can youT Wlsht I could wiggle my ears just like his! WUht I waa as smart as oV Hennery lal No, bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on tho 13th day of December, 1909, nt 2 o'clock p. m of thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit of Six Months, the following described property, The S. W. Fraction al Qr. of Sec. 8, T. 2, R. 4, West in Hickman county, Kentucky, containing 160 acres more or less. The undivided Interest of J. L. Roberson in the North half of the S. W. Qr. of Sec 17, T. 2, R. 4, West, partly In to-w- $15.00 WE ARE MAKING SPECIAL PRICES ON $ J MEN'S CLOTHING We can save you money on your Winter Suit and Overcoat. t SHOES High top Winter Shoes, a big line, prices range from 83.SO to S6.00 . T- - Will Price, of Mound City, has ac cepted a position as engineer on the slrt tug, Oscar F. Koller. Tom Thomes, Hennery Jones he can wlgele his hair Till It will slide on his head everywhere who has been holding this position, He says he studied (or years an' for years is sick. Learnln' to wiggle his hair an' his ears. Wlsht I could do things 'at Hennery Miss Mary Davis and S. R. Grace, Jones Is a wunnerful man. popular young people of Hickory Groo, Ky., eloped to Fulton, Monday Hennery Jones says 'at workln' la ba- dand wero united In marriage by Yes strl He can't remember a job 'at he's h ad-J. T. Futrell. slrl Hennery say 'at a bee Is a fool, Mack Hubbard, who now belongs to Hustlln around when It's time to be cool, tlu navy and Is stationed at San Flllln the hive for somebody to rob Hennery says It's the same a Job. Francisco, spent a few days hero tho Wlsht I was Hennery Jones, with Indeed yes. pact week. Ho left Sunday night He says his folks didn't want him to read I for St. Louis to visit his sisters. . Hennery Jones Is a wunnerful man-Y- es slrl Arch DoBow and Henry Amborg many people can do what he can-- No. went to Slough Landing Tuesday, to Not sir! visit Mr. and Mrs. Catcs, and shoot Wriggles his hair from his tumid to neck: of tho Lake. Mebbe ducks on tho lower end he'll learn me some day, I expec', Hollls Kirk and Than Rogers niado He says he practiced for years an' for years tho trip with them. Till he got so's he could wiggle his ears. WUht I could wiggle my ears Just like Mr. Krauth, an electrician of Louis-Mhis! Is hore this week Installing stor Wlsht I was smart as ol' Hennery 1st age batteries on tho Steamer Mengel Box Company, so that tho boat will havo lights when she la tied up and can-Hen- nery No. fill you with surprise-Y-es sir! You wouldn't hardly believe your own Hickman county and partly in Fulton Couuty, Kentucky. The interest of J. L. Roberson being the interest purchased from Mrs. E. E. Kano and W. R. Oaks and by title bond from Willie Spencer. Tho Rosson land xame being 62 acres more or less In N. W. corner of the N. W. Qr. of Sec. 20, T. 2, R. 4, West, and bounded on the West by G. W. Marshall, South by Wm. Blalr, East by Obion Creek and North by Lon Roberson, this tract being In Fulton County, Kentucky. The N." W. Qr. of Sec. 17, T. 2, R. 4, West, in Hickman County, Kentucky, containing 100 acres more or less. Or sufficient thereof to produco tho sums of money so ordered to be mado. For tho purchase prico, Jio purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute bond, btar-in- g legal Interest from the day of snlo until paid, and having tho force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. J. R, MILNE R, Com. OHIe James wants to succeed Payn- tor in tho United States Senato, and there Is a stroug possibility that tho people of tho state will bo of tho same notion when the time comes to mako the selection. her machluory not running. Tho work of securing a Jury for tho 8ccoud trial of Obion county's alleged night riders is progressing slow ly, at Union City. In fact, tho outO look for getting a Jury la not very Tho biggest lino of toys In Fulton encouraging, as up to this time only Considerable couuty at Berendos. six havo beon secured. Special line of Christmas Goods, very suitable for gifts. Come early and make your selection. Beautiful pictures. Post Card Al bums, Terra Cotta Ware, Novoltles for Christmas at Borondes. Spectacular Fire. The most spectacular Are ever witnessed in the oil Industry vts at one of the Dos Hocus wells in Mexico. About 60,000 barrels or oil was burned up dally for nearly two months. The names rose to heights of 800 to 1,400 feet. O Naifeh Bros. Dry Goods Co. BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY t t excltoment prevailed Tuesday after challeng noon. Tho attornoy-genera- l ed Juror Charles Jackson and produced witnesses to prove that ho had ex pressed htmsolt lu sympathy with tho night rld6rs, whereupon Judge Jones fined tho Juror $00 and sentenced htm to ten days in tho county Jail, O Ono of tho most accoptablo gifts of all though inexpensive is engraved calling cards, suitable for either lady or gontlcman. Engraved plate and 100 cards, neatly ' packed, $1.30 up. Theso prices are cash. Tho earlier your orders aro in, tho bettor. See samploa at Courier office. Tho annual fall opening of congress will occur In about threo weeks with Undo J oo Cannon serving as tho chief attraction. It Is to bo hoped that this will bo his last. NO TRUTH IN IT. THIS BEAUTIFUL DULL And this Fine iooo Shot Air Gun Will be Given Away Absolutely Tim statement coins tho run n1 a tlint, after a certain ilnto, It would b unlawful for n person to Klvo a check for Irs tlinn $1, nml Mint tho penalty for tho "offense" wait a fino of not nor more than $500. i less limn absolutely without foundation. Tho publication provoked such b storm of protest that tho Trensmv Department of the United Btntes li.it Issued the following for correction "There Is no Inw which proteins n man or woman from writing a less than n dollar, desplto n ports to thnt effect. A number of qulrle havo been received at tho partnient regarding n stntomont tti.i' there was such a provision In fi" ' penal code about to go Into Tho law governing tho subject, m stead of being n now ono, wan etui' ' h! bark In the sixties and has no r been construed to apply to checks " Us purposo Is to prevent ' deposit. circulation of private paper as lawful money Itself." Tho ruport wna absurd on Its fit' as every Individual has tho right " ch-for off-".- STUDEBAKER AUTOMOBILES Wc hrtve secured the agency for the "STUDEBAKER E. M. F. 30" " STUDEBAKER F. 20" "E. M. F. 30" is a Five Pasicnger Touring Car, of 35 hone Power, 1 and the "F. 20" is a Two Passenger Runabout. Wc have hr,0U B"l five cars for early delivery and can guarantee delivery. Have already dii. posed of three cars, and will have a demonstrator car to show you in about a week. Let us talk to you before you buy your car. We can convince you it is the best car on the market. npHE check on Ills own O monoys In an amount ho sees fit. Don't fall to seu Herondes1 big stock of Christmas Gixids. No ma't'' what prlco gift you want, they O FREE ON CHRISTMAS MORNING To the little girl bringing us on Christmas morning sales tickets, showing the largest amount of purchases from our store to that time, the doll will be presented. And to the little boy bringing us sales tickets showing the largest amount of purchases from our store to that time, the air gun will be presented. Sales will be counted from Saturday, November 27th, up to and including December 24th, Purchases in every department of our store will count, both in the dry goods room and the grocery and butcher shop. No sale tickets will be counted for both doll and gun. "Tho Heart of an Indian." pla d at tho Lyric Monday night, was, ps slhly. contrary to expectations, on- - of the best shows of tho season. T) y wto given a good house and iue a" dlenco was given a good show This troupe has In Its cast a "sur--nuf-t Injun," a Stoux from South - W. A. Dodds and J. St UADIES MUST NOT READ. ft O. Stubbs GIVEN SIX YEARS. Girls and Boys see that your parents, your brothers and sisters and your friends do their trading at Ellison Bros, from now until Christmas, and see that they give you the sales tickets. pvi(JBi uo puwjs oi pui q Jl Moqomo 11 ju vS P.'l "t A 'pool jfpuojpj sun, ai luod hijx O Su Thero will bo a total eclipse of the U.IJUJ U 0 S1U.O UO) J Ml CM ,OM MO.V moon November 27, but It will bo an .wott v ;o puj( ivt otji stott ami n n early morning show. Tho eclipse will Moqeinoa 1 puj HI u,l )"t jaouh begin at 1:12 a. m. and will bo In Its , oi ion mno oti aiitimoii totality between 3:15 and 4:30. 'uuiuom u sopjOM aupijiuu s.ajttu,) j TARPINE for coughs and colds !Sc per bottle. Helm & Elltson. Buy your coal Coal Co. -- It. v Waters, who has bcvti transrred from the Methodist church of tbl. Ity lo Greenfield, Tonn.. shipped hli household goods this week. For the reason the church at thnt pine la without a parnonage, Mr. Wnturn ami oi will remain In Hickman until mt'donea arrangements nro tunde In Th Jurr t rellty of n.1 eoHty our' coMHly and fn. j Si: k i ' 3 J ' --7 ah yain ii. Hickman Ice See Doll and Gun on Display in Show Window Holiday Goods ON DISPLAY DECEMBER 10th nookor T. Washington Hopklusvlllo on a special train Monday and addressed an nudlenco of people. Many whlto pcoplo, woro among tho unmbcr. Tako your produco to C I!. Mooro, ou the hill. Highest prices paid. NOTICE. Ullor. Wo must Insist on nil accounts and notes, duo ua, or falling duo bo paid arrived at promptly, or they will bo put in tho vttrdtet was Mr was li Ornfleld. ITM. O TUtr an Special 10 per cent discount on 70 KtMttrt 8m. (); patterns, as long as thoy last Suits tfcHtc hll. 1. 118 up; pants 15.50 up. Schmidt, the dfWWJ 'I'-fHrtltMMHt r a U. f- Is J I.WW n.' O- - ; hands of tho officers for collection. Thoro should bo no excuse, with the existing high prices for corn and cotton. J. F. & 8. U DODDS CO. Special Sale ON SATURDAY, NOV. 27th Ellison Bros. Fresh Orstera. nnv nnnntltv Crescent Cafo. t ihn O Allison M. Tyler, ono of our prom ising young attornoys, will move to Paducah, Dec. 1st, where hn has Alec Barnes has moved Into ono of formed n law partnorshlp with Ham L. P. Ellison's houses on tho hill Crossland. Wo regret vory much to Hickman Drue having sold his resldcnco property lo s'c Mr. Tyler and family lenvo tho We have notloed that the girl who G. W. Phelps, of Fulton. Considers c'o, and tho best wishes of their know how to mako good blscHllH and Hon $4,000. Mr. Phelps and family many friends follow them to their cream gravy, neldom knows how to Ilnbt IK--' u, Mrs II carry on a flirtation now homo. hive moved to Hickman. Courlor reader aka: "Can a " i . A. S. llstk. i man be a polltlolan and an hontwt lh liUlv i' ! t Is rath man at tho aamo tlmo? It kladp of fur er difficult, lleieklab, (o answer that question, from tho fact thnt It has n uver been tried. It is considered by j ! ?' Lai n. Art I,.. th best authorities to bo an tmposl-blll:- , UMlllilt Hrry thorofore no ono ha over attempted to bo both at ono and the u Purity, accuracy and mci time. t the moto of our drat dtp. A - lrs il 11 Co. 1' zi li;'ir The Round Table Fresh Oysters Crescent Cafe. Mrs. P. T. Randlo has returned from a visit to friends In Mayfleld. Is Mrs. Dr. noyal, of Villa Ridge, Ills., tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. F S. Moore. it- - Christmas Goods will bo on display Mrs. Frank TwIek and children, of tomorrow. Berendes. Fulton, are visiting her uncle, Berry Mrs. Mollio Bradley and baby, of Stubbs, this wcok. Cairo, aro the guests of Mrs. Tom V. H. Bryan, Auditor of tho Men Dillon. gel Box Co., is hero on business with Telephone your grocery order to tho Hickman Branch. No. 38 the Old Reliable all goods Pockotbooks, Knives, Dolls, Parlor delivered. Lamps. Books, Bibles, Albums, China Misses Kstello Heneau, Ina Hover Viro, Etc. Berendes. and Cecil Dames visited on No. 8 IsMrs. J. E. Fuqua nnd daughter, land Saturday and Sunday. Miss Marguerite, wero tho guests of Beautiful pictures, Post Card Al- frlunds in Union City, Sunday. bums, Terra Cotta Ware, Novelties Mrs. Win. Parhara returned homo for Christmas at Berendes. from Sharon, Tcnn., whero sho at tended the funeral of herfr brother's A. M. Tyler, wlfo and son returned wife, Mrs. Walter Thomas. Monday from a visit to Mrs. Tyler's parents at Newborn, Tcnn. On Wednesday evening of last week C. A. Perry and wlfo cntortalned a Dollar wheat and corn will fow frlunds at six o'clock dinner, in do more toward keeping tho young colih'atlng their twolfth anniversary man on tho farm that all tho advice As a sequel to tho mine dlsastor offered In a century. at Cherry, 111., thero will bo 2G pos There Is n straight tip that tho suc- thumous children In tho families of cessor of Justice Pcckham on tho the dead minors. Several have al Supremo Court Bench wilt bo Justlco ready boon born. II. II. Lurton, of Tennessee. Our lino of Christmas Goods will Capt A. J. Parody, of New Orleans, be open for Inspection Friday night Managing Editor of the National Mi- Everybody Invited to corao and see litary and Naval Hovlew, and C. II. tho prettiest lino of holiday goods in Mnlone, also of New Orleans, wero Hickman. Berondes. hero this week In tho interest of tho S. L. Dodda and C. L. Walker have. deep waterways movement boon annotated as dolcKates to tho People who recllno Idly on soft Rivers and Harbors Congress, which cushions, who spend their days In meets in Washington, Deo. pursuits and feasting and Both expect to attend the meeting. who nro waited upon by a host of Tho Court of Appeals has knocked menials nro oftlmes envied. Rather are they to be pitied. The man or out tho recent "dry" election held woman who engages In labor however In Central City, on the ground that it humble, Is doing far moro for human- was held Inside tho three year limit. Tbo "burning" question of tho hour ity than tboy, and they got a thousanmore real enjoymeut and In Hickman is: How much coal la d-fold thoro ia tho coal hint satisfaction out of real life. klll-timo Above (All Things Choose, "Safe" Clothing Store is I a When you are looking for a bank in which to deposit your money the first and foremost question Safely. Why shouldn't you be just as careful in selecting your clothing store ? Why should you risk your money at any but the Safest Store ? And remember safe remember, well the only clothing store is the one that sells nothing but I good clothing. q The Baltzer & Dodds Dry Goods Co. is the safe clothing store. Whatever you buy here is the best that the price could possibly buy anywhere in the universe. is assuredly q This ! Then you're Safe. the place to buy your suit or ovcrcoui. all descriptions 183" Nice line of Furnishing Goods of I Baltzer & Dodds Dty Goods (Incorporated) Co. old.3 nmcof He ... vou the Vcar catch a com a bottle UA.JLavv DKYING flANICS IN f'Lme of PLASTER HOUSES Torliinc i be New Apparatus Doei the Work So Effectually That All Moltture la Abiorbed Quickly. Tho plnitprtDK In new houaca la cough at bolnn dried by a now apparatua io .Mejt c:U or ' We guarantee each elfectuatly In thrco day that exception In fnror of the method la belns . ;t!e3R,vereiulti. mado by tho authorities In place hav. In In forco the German law forbid, 1ELM & ELLISON dlnic tho uao for rcaldcnco of any houao until It haa boon built alx niontlia. Tho apnaratui rninlarmt U a coko atoTo, with a number of imall KERNELS. luoea unwinding tho firebox, and with aupply plpea leading dry air from outalde to tbeao tubca. As the freah air rapidly paaalng througli tho i . .1 .irlnv ilnno ahead tube becomes heated. It rUos and passes nlonic tho celling and walls, (. It absorbs and becomen saturated with molsturo from tho clasterlns. thtm ti aU get religion; alnkn, enters tho e Mof the store, sere and escapes with tho coko cases Into tho chimney. Tho current of lieatpil to bo blamed for dry air not only f" "i carries off the damp- oughL t nosa Tcry rapidly, but furnishes an abundance of carbonic to harden , i t. j cr. c loaned shows It- - the mortar. Tho effect acidexactly Is the same as that of alow natural drying, a .. I I- .rntiiu4 and tho rooms are mado speedily lie I. . J niwuj Instead of being; unsafe to live rr.i In nrlnc chick' 4 rc3?f-- In for many week. pKFared ,0 ,,op ,he FOR 30 DATS Stands Like a Stone Wall Turns Cattlt, Harm, Htf 1$ SPOT CASH OIJLTST 6 12 6 inch stay, per 41 47 39 39 32 32 inch high, " " " " " " rod. " " " " " .40c 30c 34c Practically Indutructlbtf " " " " " tl 12 6 12 6 12 ,27c 31c 24c 27c 22c -: fire-bo- x dysi-epsh- t c t! AMERICAN FENCE 26 26 " " " " -- hub-Itabl- -- Iluy your ncv) fence for years to come. Get the big, heavy wires, the hinge joint, the good galvanfiing, the exactly proportioned quality of steel that is not too hard nor too soft We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its merits and superiority, not only in the roll but in the field. Come and see us and get our prices. " ,a . . L- U - - money h'i'.iwv .Iiiitenough to ... an over. - UNIQUE Contrivance BOX SAVES MATCHES ft ' uro 10 "nl oul i .pcrisce s to try to teach a y I Inventsd by Ohio Woman That Puts Stop to Universal Form of Petty Larceny. We are reliably informed that all wire productions will increase in the next thirty days. We piXa tUn D rsste (hat thrro theories i. to fowor of how . ft, IU titer have any? is LOW nnlv fnllra tuaiidfv vMii- - ... ( m.. u if ti Him fnllnw b.riKi to ll4- NTfcU really buy - Men who ore accustomed to taklnr two cents' worth of inatchea every tlmn thny buy a five-cecigar will be disappointed when tboy encounter tho match machine Invented by an Ohio woman. Storekeepers who bavo been victimized by this form of potty lar ceny are conversely grateful for tho chance to end It. The match safo In question consists of a caso a little wider than the length of' a match and with Inclined piano Inclosed. Under the plsae Is a slide with a groove running across It Just largo enough to admit a match. The little sulphur sticks can be seen, plied neatly, now have 2 CARS at the above prices while they last. Hickman Hdw. (Incorporated) many as ono hundred teams stopping In the town over night on SUES FOR $50,000. flflMfr Co. DEATH AT MOSCOW. Mrs. Mattle L. Atherton, wlfo of A. D, Atherton, tho Moscow furniture T3P"3HPRpiixlisllixlixixlixixiixH FArlAunArno. who : t -- xn li 111 likes to j i wcrei tot i woman i fault If a iccret Fenders for Automobiles. Spurred on by tho number of fatalities In Chicago duo to automobiles, members of the common council of that city have started an agitation to compel automobile owners to equip their machines with fenders. An unwieldy fender of tho kind used on IxBBv. SBftfR HV'' 'LixixixixHITiixHixixiH MyixixB iixixB BIO 1 LOOJC. t2..!t to tell what a woman lilnki by what iho doesn't aay. . iu .... 1 . .. V. . ..... UUl JUU I...U t street cars Is not contemplated, but soma light fonder that will be effective. A spring buffer, at leasL that will protect people from tho stool bar that runs around the front of most machines to save tho lamps Is desired. This bar Is claimed to bo ono of tho worst menaces of autoinobllo Dorowa Seeds. While tho poods of tho dorowa, an East African leguminous tree, aro extensively used tor food, the pods and leaves form an excellent cement when mixed with crushed stone. ENEMIES NOW. In tho circuit court at Memphis, suit was filed last week by C. W. Little, tho street contractor of Fulton, for 150,000 for alleged slander. Somo pubtime ago the Commercial-Appea- l lished a special from Paducah, In which It was stated that Mr. Little had been arrested for tho murder of It. J. Dugs, which was committed at Fulton some weeks ago. dealer, died Sunday night at 10 o'clock after being an Invalid for fifteen months and n half. The funeral at Harmony on Tuesday morning was conducted by Rev. Mr. Hardin, of tho Methodist church and. the remains wero laid to rest In Harmony cemo-cemeter- y. Wo are going over our books, and If tho paper Is being received by any person dead slnco January 1st, thoy will confer a great favor by notifying us at once. Luzello Woekly Squirt. ttil. oman Inherit money aha it ii became or bcr ability ua 1 Match Saver. L. D, SMITH annn If thln K trrtnpil fhnf nil (Tin Mnnn. ctae In summer WC'.M hftVM vi& "It 1 iuli 1 K mm in ntnniv nn la imall hammer. through the glass In front of the case. but as only one comes out at a time. even the hardiest "grafter" wltl hesi tate before attempting to tay In a week'a supply. Another advantage of this device Is the fact that It keeps the matches dry, whereas they ofton become damp and useless when left out In the open. OLD FRICTION WAGON BRAKE Fulton County's Now Coroner. Wo will save you money on any grade of cypress shingles. See us or write before buying. Yates 4. Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. Mrs. Atherton was the daughter of James Nichols, a pioneer citizen cf the Harmony community, and she was born thero on Feb. 14, 1838, making her age at death 71 years and nlno months. She was married to Mr. Atherton on Sept. 1st, 1878, and for the past thirteen years they havo lived at Moscow. She bad no children, but Is survived by ono hrothor, J. A. Nichols, who lives In tho Harmony country; and two sisters, Mrs. Frank Carr, of that place, and Mrs. Mary Shelby, of Moscow. Clinton Ga- zette. Ali.AL.lAl..,LUi,LA, O NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. olce it TMKn i also well to koep tt I l Just Received I A FRESH LOT OF The Tax hooks can bo found at tho Hickman Bank when I am not In town. For your convenience you can pay your taxes there. J. T. SEAT. & Bond Co's. Cotton Richmond Seed Meal and Hulls makes 2 pounds of butter where there was but one. I- t- VT First One Wss Invented by Pennsyl vania Man Years Ago and Prin- ciple Still Being Used. MARRIAGE -- LICENSE. m union in' inuca " "im .nary urnco. rruu. and Mrs. Georgia r R. ",,,f Eubanka and lllr.ll Rimm.ni ny Himtniand. McConnellsburg. Pennsylvania, sit uated on what was the ancient Indian path from tho Dolawaro to the Ohio rtvor and later a famous wagon road. grand? Swoet Slngor Wasn't ho claims tho distinction of having been tho home of the man who Invented the He said my complexion reminded him friction wagon brako. Oreat difficulty of peaches. Comedian He should hnvo said and many accldenta In descending the loaded mountains with tho heavily wagons, caused by the lack of a convenient and effective device to hold the wheels under control, garo Ooorgo Dlvens tho Incentive to Invent and place on his wagons a friction brake. It la tho samo brake being used without a slnglo ossontluchango In mechanical structure or application. At certain seasons of tho year the travel and transportation over the old wagon road was cxtenslvo, as canned peaches. Sweet Singer Canned peaches T Comedian Yes; preserved by chemicals. II B and llertha Outlaw. . w. aim ... . h.rwjli. r.mio nany and Kdna Hrown. "u Calhoun. " The best grade of CANDY can be obtained in Malaria In Children. Dr. Cardamltls says infancy less than a year old has a higher tendency to mnlnrla than any other ago. Malarial children's blood should be kept disinfected with qu'nlne, as they are the main carriers of malaria. Mosquitoes catch It from malarial children before starting an epidemic of chills, fever and nguo. He recommends chocolate quinine tablets, three grains a day, for children. O I llnV.J e r- - rJllZfltUilli Vlnttiln.. Morris aad Myrtle Uoono. uic and Calllo Hoylo. O UUU uu iiutu ...... .... ualley. ...i There aro lots of men who seem worthless until compared with a girl who has Just returned from a vacation. Atchison (Knn.) Olobo. O 5c, 1 Oc and 5c packages 1 J ust the same kind you find and like so well in the pound packages COUon 3eed Meal & Bond NOTICE All For this cold weather you need tho best shoes. Get tho W. L. Douglas, at S3, S3.C0 and $4 none hotter. A. S. Ilarkott. When the Blueflth Gather. Tho capturo of blueilsti from Now Jersey to Monomoy during a season Is 1,000,000. averaging six pounds. BliionsbinK on tho New England coast lasts 120 days. I I I Richmond vn and Hulla Diva jonoy Co. a PWI li . i. . . 'MMnL. . If ycu wish to have your Prescrip tions filled quickly and accurately by a unparmeu at wnlM 1,10 Nap 1,10 o liU f . hou, "W the of Worued. It f.r00"" of Kroat ''"'"'"n "-I- I, Registered Pharmacists TAKE THEM TO parties who are Indebted to us for their summer supplies are requested to come forward and settle. Please don't brlna any excuse, but bring the CASH for there Is no excuse with corn selling at 60c to 60c and cotton at 6c. Dettersworth & Prather. O CHOCOLATE NUTS CHOCOLATE ALMONDS BUTTER SCOTCH, ETC. The Hickman Drug Co. na IreiicfK'i 'OR on- H,r.... vv ,n. nuiip, Cowgiirs Drug Store where you may gat your Drug wants at any hour Our Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls makes a plug horse look like a thor oughbred. Richmond & Bond Co. A Record Worth While. Mrs. Wymnn. nged 70. of I'lttsfiold. Mass., recently broke all records In her enreer. She made 72 pies of nine different varieties, as Custard, apple, cooanut, prune, raisin, squash, chocolate, blueberry and lomon. Mrs. Wymnn did tho work nlone and hud It Ilnlshod by noon. g RENT. b tupd "' h .. wildlno, now I WW o El, til Anclcnt ,h ,nu,cum E0i'm UlO ' P- l"'"'oa li. a DAY OR NIGHT Cowgiirs Drag store (Incorporated) inn., a.uuu ...v 1 ... years Herring Taken by the Dill lon. Three billion herring are caught u ory year out of tho North sea ami Co a yard Is all wo charge for Atlantic uloue. to mty nothing or the Watch for tho BLUE MARK on mat of the wo. Id tho uppor right hand corner of your Hoosler Domestic A. S. Ilarkott, In O Courier. It Is to notify you that your West Hickman. Wo have tho prottltmt lot of 10c subscription Is about to expire. No o urtlck's, It) tho quuenawuro line,, you Iiapors are sunt out after tho sub Gold has been discovered In North ovor iiaw. Ulckmau Hardware Co, scription is out. Missouri). They will have to show O us, s: O Loss by Death and Desertion. Somo of tho finest bred stock In & Bond Co's. Cotton O Richmond In the Ilusslau Hnny the death rate Telephone 84 or 113 and lot's talk White, at his farm ono intlo north of Seed Meal and Hulls cuts down your each year Is almost uquulod by the Cayco, Nov. 30. It ovor. Schmidt. feed bill. numbur of desertlous. p A Good Advice from Helm & Ellison & On Buying Drug Store Things "Buy the Best" That's Helm &. Ellison's advice to everyone that has to make purchases in n Drug Store The Best is nlways the cheapest. Cheap goods anywhere are never cheap at any price. But, if you afe not a judge, you must rely upon the We have built up the largest Drug Business in this by selling only goods of the highest character the confidence of those placing reliance in our Bransford & Andrews JEWELI judgment of others. part of the country and never abusing judgment. D (A SOME O you realize that CHRISTMAS, 1909, IS CI fJ I t nAWLA unlv MlllH i e . . 1909 CK., imj. ""simas i. Wc want to urge upon our customers the n,-,- . early buying. Pick out your gift now and have it engrav wc arc ready with our 1 HFLM & ELLISON BUILDING GOING ON. and laid away, then you will not be disappointed by, getting what you want when you want it. Anything you see in anybody's catalogue that got wc can get for you nt the same nricc if vnn I J J I Very few towns nro experiencing A. K. Wheeler, residence, the snmo building activities as Hickman at this season. II. T. llenlp, of south of town, completed. tho W. A. Dodds Lumber Company, Mr. Dodds Is figuring on threo now furnishes the following list for which furnishing luinbor or residences In tho Henry Addition to Mr. Dodds Is bo built In the near futuro. has tho contract for building: Work will nlso begin this week on resAlox. Barnes, a modern residence for II. J. idence in Southern Heights Addition, French, on Route 4. cow building. It. A. Tyler will build In' a short resldonco Geo. Weathorly, time, a now residence on Oakwood In East Hickman, Just completed. Farm, near town. residence Louis Wcathcrly, It. B. Alexander, Bond's Addition in Efist Hickman, now about comple.t. residence, to West Hickman, od. work to begin at once. riasddence) in W. L. Taylor, From present Indications, the comO. D. Bond's Addition to West Hicking spring will bo ono of tho busiest man, about completed. building seasons Hickman bns over residence in known. In fact, tho building now goV. A. Dodds, Vost Hickman, replacing tho one that ing on Is just a starter; and tho new burned about thrco reeks ago, about additions will furnish eomo surprises In their growth boforo this time next completed. year. residences O. B. Bond, four ' O in Bond's Addition to West Hickman, on which work will begin this week. The best of everything speaks or Itself. Qotton Seed Meal and Hulls Is talking to you. Listen! residence, Wheeler. on Ilouto 3, Just completed. V. 11. ALL HAVE THREAD OF BLACK t. in time. We have one of the best selections we ever had. Season's Materials Marked with Thll Peculiar and Extremely Effective Touch. One of tho odd and effective touches of the senson materials la to wenve a heavy thread of black through everything. This Ides 1) evolved from homespun, tho Imported variety that has that flickering black or gray thread playing hide and seek over the surface. The new dull red basket cloth. which Is the color of grapes, and Is to be quite fashionable, has this thread of black looping In and out of the weave. 8mart top coats for autumn wear outsldo of tho city are of whits cloth, with o black thread through It. A suit or coat of this rough clotb with a black thread Is naturally trimmed In black. It looks ns though we were coming In for a big reason of black hats, gowns, wraps and ac Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Diamonds Silverware, Silver Novelties, Cut Glass UmbreJIal Hand Painted China and Gold Handled We have a fine selection of Diamonds bought before the rise. Stones fra $7oU to 5.JZ5.UU. Wc have a large line ot popular pneed Novelties as well as handJ some gifts. Satisfaction guaranteed. All goods as represented or money refunded Please send in your repair work before the I st of December as it will be almosl impossible to do this work after the 0th of December. Goods sent on approval to out of town customers who arc responsible. 1 For v An exchange says: thick-skulle- If thnt narrow-heade- Chest Pain in pusllanlmous editor from down In Texas, who mad thoso Insulting remarks about tho defenders of tho home- - over at Cairo, will come to Kentucky and reiterate bis slanderous article, ho will carry back homo with him a lesson th.tt ho will never forget. O For sore throat, sharp pain in lungs, tightness across the chest, hoarseness or cough, lave the parts with Sloan's Liniment. You don't need to rub, just lay it on lightly. It penetrates instantly to the seat of the trouble, relieves conges-tion and stops the pain. says: "We have used Sloan's Liniment for a year, and find it an excellent thing for sore throat, chest pains, colds, and hay fever attacks. A few drops taken on sugar stops coughing and sneezing Instantly." Mr. A.W. Price, Fredonia, Kans., ' Here's the Proof. Sloan's Thero is more catarrh in this sec tion of tho country than all other diseases put together, and unUl the last few years was supposed to bo incurablo. For a great many years doctors called It a local dlseaso, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to euro with local treatment, pronounced it Incurable. Sclenco proves catarrh to bo a constitutional dlsoase and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hnll's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J, Chenoy & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is tho only consUtutlonal cure on tho. market. It Is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a tcaspoonful. It acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. They offer ono hundred dollars for any case it falls to euro. Sond for circulars and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo.O. Sold by druggists, 7Cc. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. O Liniment is easier to use than porous plasters, acts quicker and does not clog up the pores of the skin. It is an excellent antiseptic remedy for asthma, bronchitis, and all Inflammatory diseases of the throat and chest; will break up the deadly membrane In an attack of crenp, and will kill any kind of neuralgia or rheumatic pains. All ilruKirUU keep J. H. Yates, of Marlon, Ky is tho guest of his brother, C. M.Yates, tho shingle man. o Key ring, with twoYalo FOUND: koys and ono door koy. Apply at this office. O S. Bond Co's Cotton Richmond Seed Meal and Hulls make sick ani mals well. Bloan's XJnlment. o Gen. H. A. Tyler has been confln ed to his bed several days on accoutit of Illness. Pricii 25c.,50c,4 J1.03. Dr. Earl S. Sloan, cessories. One hears more of the all blsck gown In the dressmaking houses than WE WILL ALLOW YOU ROUND TRIP RAILROAD for years past. It Is not now advised for economy's sake, but for fashion. FARE ON ANY PURCHASE OF FIFTEEN DOLLARS All materials contribute to It It Is to bo worn for tho street, for the house, and quite n good bit for the evening. There Is no hint of color being combined with It, but always a touch of white. Smart house gowns of black have Optometrists. yoke and sleeves of pln tucked white tulle and then touches of facetted Jet Tho top coat of black In fur molro or cloth Is highly fashionable and the epidemic of black hats la In full sway. Conservative women feel they are getting their feet on firm ground again when black and white Is In first style. They have been pretty James Swlggart, aged 73, one of BOWLIN RELEASED. much buffeted by sartorial breakers the most widely known men In thnt recently and they are quite relieved Thomas Ilowlln, the wtitto man who vicinity, died Wednesday night, near Optimist's I to bo aafo again. was arrested Sunday, Nov. S, for al- Fulton, after a brief Illness of In Daily leged complicity In tho foul murder grlppo. Ho leaves an nged wlfo and The Despised Flanntl Skirt. and mrr-Kt- t ot II. J. Uugg, was given his liberty five children to mourn his death. It is actually worn again. okorcs r mtu. a.k.1 ilowlln Tho ohlldren William, (Seorge. Bam It Is fitted as carefully as a princess Thursday. Since his arrest has been languishing lu tho Hick- uhI, John and Miss Nannlo Bwlggart frock. im Like a Bmd-- t It Is warranted not to "bunch." man county jail at Clinton. He was all live In or near Fulton. Ilurlnl chant, nature iji kitnl Tho latest Is a silk skirt lined with taken thero to keep him away from each hurran It giiwvn occurred at Walnut drove. flannel. 'of atrancth. h ;h II Hi Tlno Iloaz, tho negro who had conThis gives warmth, and keeps tho fessed that ho had lured Uugg to the drawn upon :pt li cm flannel from riding up when. rubbed t:eptl8li"i Tom Wlnsett has been appointed sickness placo where ho was murdered, and against an outer skirt. ' A mere f(f r.a ct ttm till rural mall carrier on Fulton Ilouto 3 Implicated Ilowlln. Tho plain flannel skirt Is often mado r no Indicit cn Tit Attorney l.'d Thomas had notified In place of Clydo Honor, reslgued. with a carefully fitted hip yoke. itrtna"! is eihauitei l1 Again It Is completely circular, fit- II. T. Smith, acting county attonioy. Ho made tho highest average of the there are tiei ht i 'I ted over the hips and with fulness that unless Ilowlln was given n 1C who took oxamlunlluns In Hickfeeling li slnv y du to W ago. j around the knees. speedy trial ho would seek to freo man a short time ent hea th or fie The most usual finish around tho him by a writ of habeas corpus. could be thrown as.ds tr i'j bottom Is scallops, heavily padded and Inrt bI tKa w !, A J Ilowlln was taken back to Fulton Saves dollars and puts life Into worked In buttonholo stitch, or crothat paim 1:' tm and the doors woro thrown open and animals. Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls cheted lace. overwork Is i rp"yduiUt ho was permitted to go forth a freo O In the cue cl s ctrwii hi The New Hat Pins. I "'mltl man. As no return of tho arrost had health, nature Tho Hlckmnn stores nro taking on The arts and crafts aro steadily boon mado to tho county Judgo, It very great drifjht on tM making their way Into all channels of was possible to set Uovsllti frcu with- a holiday look this early In advance "l powers tutors g vinp. decoration. All this work govs espeand soon will blossom with their - .Inmll af (it 01.1. out tho formality ot a trial. t cially well with the Byiantlne and wealth of seasonable offerings. It It Is a remsiksbli fact Tho negro Iloaz will bo held lu tho will bo well to keep In mind tho wisMoyen age, through which wo aro wcrktrMif" when a brn passing. Their nowest contribution county jail nt Hickman to await tho dom of shopping early. It will bo the ord.nary bzvr.it tW to feminine apparel Is tho hat pin. action ot tho grand jury. Ing on tho renrveforti.r' for you nnd for thoso who atbetter g These aro quite popular. Thoy are himself work-tend your wants. made with squares or clrclos, of a ease and qu ckMSO.'"1' o greenish bronze, decorated with quaint ..... an. IrJeeJ- - "1 Mrs, Allco Flat, of Oklahoma City, It symbols. Cayco, work Is persisted H and father, Frank Cnrr, of Don't buy medicated foods. Rich cl ir.t j the breakdown and Jno. Unnkln and wife, visited N. mond A Dond's Cotton Seed Meal Canadian Work. and Hulls does the work. Flax clotb Is a curious homespun J. Corum mid family lust week. made In Canada by the women of the O J Doth should country districts. Tbolr city cousins 7 '1 Richmond A Bond Co's. Cotton See along spell cf have converted It Into attractive fanJ. II. I'rovow and K. II. Alexander Meal and Hulls make the milk come this deceptive iinMO'"" cy pieces for household decoration. havo purchased lots in Uund's AddiIFP1 freshness makis It. It Is darned with a fleecy wool for tion. Mr. Aloxandor will erect a res- fast. O bedspreads, tablecovers and hangings. ldonco at once. Uso "Sansparlel" Flour. O Several merchants aro complaining of tho service being given by the ferry, claiming that they do notninko enough trips during the day. Tho merchants say that Hickman Is losing trade every day on account of this fact. IoransTora city, uisrioisr cc Andrews and - - TiEisrnsnEssE r trf -- c ' degriVpc..; You Who Spend Twice for Fu; What You Should M ? If half, Uol It was NIGHT COUGHING SPELLS are peculiar. The cough may not bother you all day you think you are all right then as soon as you retire coughing begins. Night coughs are easily cured if you only have something at hand. The best thing to do is be always prepared with a bottle of TARP1NE. You can take an occasional dose right from the bottle and two doses will relieve you so you can have a good night's rest. We'll save you a third or half your fuel bill this season l( you will listen to reason last winter, how would J15.00 sound for this year? .... ..ill ..,. lnt Remember, urn uornilna In lava n t.lr.1 it.. just stop to tblnk-t- he amount saved In fuel will div tho cost of the stove Cole's saves lU cost asd over. Will we guarantee Ibis? Yes! Wo guarantee): And Bhl h Cole's Hot 1- Blast tame site, oil coal, (Lack or llvnlia, 2ThalCola'i Hot- UlaM will use lea shard coal (or beating- a given spaca Iban any tiaseburoar made wllb same slit fir pot. S That lb rooms can be heated from on to (wo hours each inornlnK wltb the soft coal or bard coal put la the stove Ihe venlnv before. the stove will bold firs with soft - A savins- of -lower drill sluve cl tooIn lutl over wllb any oof-lhl- A unllorm f ai oar apu Ulfnlle. coal, hard coal or will 6--Tha nmala abaolutwr ereiy stove a lony ai That the feedJoor U sod will rsmsia smoke and dust-proobe All w ask U that the stove shall operated according- - to directions aod up wllb good Hue. Monday coal from Saturday nlsbt onta . morning-. . . . ., ,, " uu. 2 P Kim Hickman Hardware Co.