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THE HICKMAN COURIER
W. 0. SPEEIt and J. O. SEXTON,
t Editor and Proprietors.
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
CASH l.t aDVAKCB.
Entered at tha Hickman, Kentucky,
pottofflca a second-class mall matter.
FERRER IS EXECUTED
FACED FIRING SQUAD WITHOUT
SHOW OF FEAR.
Felt Dead at First Volley-Wi Con
victed of Inciting Recent Hnr
Harcclnnn. Francisco Ferrer, who was
convicted of promoting the recent Jlvr-
celona rebellion, was shot Wednesday
tuoruim; in .Mont Juicli prison in execu
tion of the. denth trhtenre imposed upon
l'rof. Kcrrcr, Spanish educator and
convicted revolutionist, fared the firing
quad without flinching and fell dead at
the first volley.
Except for a momentary expression of
emotion immediately preceding his death,
ha retained hit composure to the last.
Tlis attorney, M. Galccran, who defended
him so loyally ns to bring about his own
arrest for improperly adrcslng the
court, secured permission for a brief talk
with him just before the execution.
To his attorney Ferrer spoke feelingly
of the work for which he had sacrificed
his Ufa and of the future of his daugh
ter, whose brave nttcmpt to save his
life touched the father more deeply, ap
parently, than any other incident of his
trial and conviction.
On Ferrer's arrest his family wns left
dependent upon this daughter, who at
onco secured employment in a biscuit
FORBES CLAIMS LAHM CUP
Longest Balloon Flight Covered a
Distance of 731 1-4 Miles.
Richmond, Vn. Winning the I.abm
cup for the longest flight made In a
balloon under the auspices of the Aero
Uub of America and breaking all speed
records for long distance flights, A. Hol
land lorbes of New York and former
Mayor Max Fleischmann of Cincinnati,
landed Wednesday afternoon at 12:4 In
Chesterfield county, twenty miles south
of Richmond, Va. The trip was mado
in the balloon New lork, in which Mr.
Forbes won the duration contest in tho
Starting from the gas works in St.
Louis at 5:30 Tuesday afternoon, tho
distance of 731 1-4 miles was made in
nineteen hours and fifteen minutes, at
an averago rate of 33 miles an hour.
The lialloon passed Lynchburg at 10:30
o clock this morning. Soon after noon
an apparently large body of water was
seen ahead and a large town came into
VANDERBILTS CONTROL AGAIN
Tha Vanderbilt Line Ceases To Be
New York. The Vanderbilt lines-
ceased to be a misnomer in the railroad
world today when William K. Vander
bilt, Sr., again took up the reins at the
grand central station general olfice and
re-established the family control.
Two important developments of the
day go to prove this almost beyond
question. The first and technically the
most important was the election, as a
successor to the lato K. H. Harriman,
as a director, of Marvin llughitt. presi
dent of tho Chicago and Northwestern
railroad. Mr. llughitt has for years
been a Vanderbilt partisan, and fre-
qucntly( an opponent of the late rail
road czar, whoso place he takes.
From a sentimental viewpoint, a mat
ter of far greater importance was the
departure, of W. K. Vanderbilt for a
five days' inspection tour of the West
ern roads of the New York Centra! lines,
or tne vanderbilt system.
LIABILITY ACT GETS BLOW
Can Sue for Damages Only at Head
quarter of Railroad Company.
Washington. Officials charged with
tho execution of the federal railroad
laws are greatly interested, not to say
disturbed, by the recent opinion of
Judge Maxey of the United State cir
cuit court in a Texas case, that the
railroad employer' liability act of 1004
carries with It tho provision that a de
fendant railroad must be sued at the
The opinion was not written, but a
telegraphic abstract of it ha reached
Washington and confirms the earlier
skeletonized report, which caused tha
officials of tfie interstate commerce com
mission to prick up their ears.
Judge Maxey held that where diverse
citizenship (that is, residence of plaintiff
in one state and defendant In another)
was allowed to give Jurisdiction, juris
diction could be maintained in tin dis
trict of residence of either plaintiff or
defendant) but where jurisdiction was
sought to be maintained where the pe
tition alleged a case arising under the
laws of the United States and also dl
rerss citizenship, suit must be instituted
Jn the district of residence of the de
fendant only unless privilege should be
Paymaster Bates Dead.
New York. MaJ. Gen. Alfred K.
Rates, former, paymaster general of the
army, died here Wednesday. Gen. llate
was stricken with apoplexy Sunday and
woven to u private hospital.
Nows of General Interest In
BY SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS.
"ewurd of $250 Offered for Arret of
Two Negroes for Alleged Murder of
L. P. Yandell, Cousin of Enid Yan
dell, Noted Sculptress.
Islington, K) Loon Yandell, who
wns shot by Dnvo McQueen and Jim
Terry, negroes. In XI. XI. Schulti'scon
strtictlon camp, dlod In St. Joseph's
hospital. Yandi'll was 31 years old
nnd was a native of Topokn, Kan. llo
wax a nophew of tho late Drs. David
and L. 1. Yandell. und n cousin to .Miss
Knf (I Ynndcll, the noted sculptress, of
Louisville. Ynndelt hnd mado Ms
home nt Knoxvlllc, Turn , whero he
was employed by Oliver Hros., tho con
tructora. Yandoll made nn ante-mor
tern statement, In which he said 'hat
McQueen had fired tho fatal shot
Iloth negroes nro 25 years old nnd
have; yellow skin. XtcQucen Is 5 feet
3 Inches and weighs nbout ICO pounds,
He hnd on brownish gray trousers, i
black coat and black soft hat. Terry
Is D feet 11 Inches and woro overalls,
dark coat and bl.ick hat. Terry has
hluo eyes. Iloth negroes are from
North Carolina. A reward of $230 hui
been offered for their arrest.
BANKERS ADOPT RESOLUTIONS
Declaring In Favor of Examinations hy
State Examiners of All State Banks
and Trust Companies.
Louisville, Ky. Tho 17th annual
convention of tho Kentucky Hankers
association ended here with the elec
tion of J. C. Utterbnck, of I'aducah,
Ky.. as president, and tho re-election
of Secretary Davis, of Ixmlsville, nnd
Treasurer IL D. Ormsby. Immediately
following adjournment n meeting of
members of tho American Hankers
association was held, at which W. W.
Larkln, of Covington, was elcctexl
state vice president, and K. C. MoMa-
bon, of Sliejbyville, was elected cxecU'
tlve committeeman from Kentucky.
One of the principal resolutions was
an emphatic declaration In favor of
examinations by statu examiners of all
state banks and trust companies, tho
authorization for such Inspections to
be granted by the Kentucky lcgliila
Successfully Resists Efforts To Regu
late His Habits.
Lexington, Ky. Joseph Piper, a 70-
year-old bachelor, who owns 173 acres
of land valued at $10,000, and has n
good bank account but alleged miserly
habits, was arraigned In tho circuit
court before Judgo Parker In an effort
to have a committee appointed to man
age big estate and sco that ho keeps
himself and his house clean. Piper
testified that thero was nothing wrong
with his mind, that he believed he had
a right to live as ho chose, without
asking permission from any one so
Ions as his morals were good and he
paid his bills. The jury disagree, and
Piper went back to his farm.
MUNICIPALITY NOT RESPONSIBLE
For Failure of Statlonhouse Keeper to
Preserve Order In Jail.
Frankfort, Ky. The Kentucky court
of appeals, in affirming the judgment
of the Shelby circuit court, holds that
a municipal corporation can not bo
held in damages through the failure of
its statlonhouse keeper to preserve or
der among tho Inmates and prevent
their Injuring one another. The de
cision was announced in tha caso of
Morgan against the city of Shelbyvllle.
Tho appellant, locked up over night.
quarreled with two other Inmates of
the cell he was occupying and they
gave him a severe beating. Ho sued
the city and the lower court sustained
a demurrer to tho petition.
TWENTY-FIVE NIGHT RIDERS
On a Mysterious Mission In Harrison
and Robertson Counties.
Cynthlana, Ky. Twcnty-fivo night
riders on a mysterious mission through
Harrison and Robertson counties, or
dered tho citizens of the little town of
Clayvllle, Harrison county, to extin
guish all their lights. They halted it
the edge of the town and communi
cated tho order, which was promptly
obeyed, Through tho darkened city
the riders then passed about midnight,
nnd those daring enough to peep at
the band saw that they carried white
horso-blunkots. Whero they went Is
a mystery, but they returned through
Clayvlllo early In tho morning, nnd
disappeared In tho direction of this
Condition of State Banks.
Frankfort, Ky. Secretary of Statu
Hen L. Druner has called upon thn
state banks to make a report of tho
condition of their Institutions at tho
close of business, October 2, 1909. All
questions In soma way or other must
lie unswered that aro asked by tho sec
re tury of state, and the report must be
In tho secretary of state's olflco not
later than October 14. The roport
must be accompanied by swnrn state
ment of Its condition by tho cashier,
president or vlco president of each
RACING AT LATONIA.
Fall Mtetlng of Latonln Jockey Clut
Promises to Eclipse Former
Lntnnla. Ky Tho fall meeting ol
the l-ntmiln Jockey club, which begnn
October 11, to continue for n period
of 21 days, promises to cellpxa former
sessions, judging by the ndvrihco In,
tercst displayed and tho many Strang
era here fur the meeting from various
sections of tho country. With an
nbumlsnco of good horses tii" draw
from tho sport should bo highly In
terestlng and draw n big patronage
Last fall considerable unfounded re
port was olrriilntPd that troops would
bo sent to tho track If necessary to
stop She racing, because of the Lntonla
Jockey club's failure to comply with
the Kentucky racing commission's
edict that tho track should not operate
any other form than tho mutuel nnd
auction-pool system of netting. These
reports kept many horsemen from
shipping hern, likewise did It keep
away many bookmakers. Conditions
are different nt present, and every
sitrnnco Is held out that the mcotlni
will be run off ns advertised, and prob
ably then some. For should good
weather prevail there Is every reason
to suppose that tho big lapse of time
Intervening between tho nnnounced
closing date of latonln and tho open
ing of I'lorlda and Juarez will bo utll-
Ired for nn extension of the racing
GOV. WILLSON CRITICISED
For Issuing Open Letter to Antlpooleri
Urging Them To Organize Lib
Frankfort, Ky. The criticism ol
Gov. Wlllson for issuing recently an
open letter to the antlpoolcrs 'of the
hurley tobacco district In Kentucky
urging them to organize liberty Icagui
Is being Joined In by members of the
stato administration. Theso men hare
been Interested In tho success of the
pooling movement, and have urged
growers In the communities they have
visited within tho last few weeks to
Join the pool.
They say, discussing the matter pri
vatcly with their friends, that tho gov
ernor has placed them and every can
vasser for the burley tobacco society In
danger of being shot down.
These officials say that under thn
governor's pronunclunienlo tho ami
pooler who Is approached by his neigh
bor with a request to pool ran shoot
him down, and then, upon his own dec
laration that throats were used to In
ducc him to pool, go free by the pardon
route from the executive office.
LOUISVILLE'S MAYOR. IS SUED.
Action Is Brought to Prevent .Him
Pressing His Candidacy.
Louisville, Ky. George D. Todd, in
dependent republican candidate for
mayor, brought suit against Mayor
James F. Clrlnstond nnd County Clerk
Mark Gnbhart, asking that the former
be enjoined from pressing his candi
dacy and that tho latter bo restrained
from placing .Mr. Orlnstead's namo on
the ballot Mr. Todd, In bis petition,
states that only he Is legally qualified
to beromo mayor, but takes issuo on
Mayor Orlnstead's eligibility, saying
that he believes tho election of 1907
was for a fixed term, and quotes the
constitutional Inhibition against may
ors of first-class cities succeeding
themselves In office. He says that un
less legally provented Mr. Gabhart, m
county clerk, will place Orlnstead's
namo on the ballot, which wilt take
many votes away from him (Xlr
Todd), who, he says. Is tho only man
who had announced that he was qual
ified to occupy tho mayor's chair.
These events aro but Incidents In the
warmest municipal campaign In many
years, both parties being split and
each having two tickets In the field.
The negro enters largely Into the cam
paign and the democrats, particularly
those on tho ticket headed by William
O. Head, a prominent tobacco ware
house man, have made this the para
mount Issue, and asking for "a white
man's government." Tho "Citizens'
ticket," a defection principally from
the Head ticket. Is headed by Owen
Tyler, a wealthy business man.
Somerset, Ky. Hurnslde. this coun
ty, was almost wiped out by a fire
which caused a. loss of JCO.OOO. The
local postofllce wns destroyed.
Lexington, Ky. William W. Evans,
tho widely known and popular trotting
horseman, who has long been regarded
as the premier yearling handler of the
world, died at his residence on South
Uroadway. Kvnns had been suffering
with an aneurism for flvo or six years
and something over a year ago tlx
rouble became so pronounced that be
was compelled to put his horses inU
other hands and give up work en
tirely. Lexington, Ky. Native Hulle. a 2-
year-old bay filly by Moke, out of Yel
low Hello, by (Jeneral Wellington, wot
tho Kentucky Futurity for 2-year-ol
trotters, In the second heat ste-ppln
the mllo In 2:07, shattering all nrevl-
ouu records for trotters of her age.
Ilohon, Ky. A Funnels' InstltuU
will be held hero on October 20 and 2t
J. A. McClure, of Hickman, ond of the
best and most extensive firmer In
the state, will direct the m Unto, ami
J. II. Walker, of Hopkltuvlllo, will Io
roll of Death Is Taken by Cyclonic Storm Hurrl
cane Tl.nt Bombarded Garth With hail
stones as Big as Billiard Balls.
Memphis. Tenn Death, destruction ol
proper ty, demolition nf home", cliurehee,
latteries and farm buildings siieli Is the
record made by the blind, hrittsl fury of
I storm thai passed over West l runes
ire and Northern Alabama Thursday aft'
srnoun and night.
It wns is storm of many kinds. At
jne place it was n deluge of mill. At
mother it was a bombardment of hall.
Always thero wns the tremendous sweep
9f the winds, at some' place assuming
the gyratory motion of the rjekine, una
st such places there was the usual kc
tompanliiient of death snd disaster for
thovi so unfortunate to be anight In the
imlli of the remorseless1 whirlwind.
Denmark, In Madison county, waa the
grratest sufferer, so far as heard from.
That little town was praetfc-slly wiped
Bl! the mnp, two persons losing their
lives, a few other Mug dangerously
and many slightly injured,; the homes,
churches, business buildings ami mills
twisted ami upt and scattered over the
ground and then srlred on ly tne
flames that promised to leave no vestige
of the village that uMirlshml there only
a few hours brforr.
Other places suffered similarly, though
to a less extent. At Whltevllle houses,
a factorv snd a church were unroofed
and twisted Into wrecks.
Away up a far as Huntingdon, where
the Carroll county fair wa In progress,
the force of the wind was mi great arm
the downpour of rain o torrential that
It was necessary to close the fair for a
time, though fortunately no great lam
age was done to ijiilhllngs or to ev
The storm was by no means local In
Its scope. During Thursday a large jiart
of the Smth. ext of th- Mississippi,
was KtTrcted by heavy winds, aeenm
iMinied by downfall of rain in great tor
rent. Hetween Atlanta and Washing
ton wires were down during the after
noon and night. A similar condition ov
isted between Nashville and Atlanta. All
North Alabama wa swept by the same
storm that passed through West Ten
.Memphis felt a toueh nf the storm. In
the eastern aubutlss of this Uy about -
o'clock thert was a tremendous wind that
uprooted some, trees, d(4llslitd. feist?
ol the frailer sort ami did some damage
to the rlertlleal service by breaking
wires and felling oW. During the late
hours of the evenln the sky was ovcr-
caat with clouds of an ominous hue. In
place they were densely Mack, and
tgain they took on a yellowish color. At
limes the formation of cloud bank w
w4nl and tecullar. and ryes were
strained to catch the first suspleloti of
the funnel-shaped cloud that is regard
ed as the precursor of the cv clone; hut
It never came.
The peculiar ilUlurlaner that covered
this part of the country was wide In il
scote. It extended from North Alabama
northwesterly to the Mississippi rher,
north of this city. It extended a far
east as Nashville and beyond, ther all
that country the same hurricane of wind
and deluge of water were experienced
The wind was erratic in its poursi-. In
some placi-i It I rrrted to Iwue trav
eled northwesterly, and In other place
It is said to have gone ill an exactly op
When Wires Went Down.
The Louiasllle & NashWIle railroad
felt the first elfectiTBt 4:30 o'clisrk, when
at Cadsden, the first station south of
Humboldt, all but three of the Western
Union wire went down. An hour later
at Stanton thrs remaining wires fell.
Mercer, on the Naslullle, Chattanooga
A St. Ixuls line, lost It wires at about
the same time, and that pretented com-
Uiunlratlon with Jackson and the other
imiiortnnt iHiint In that direction.
The Illinois Central did not escape the
fury of the wind. North of Covington
Its wires were Interruptcil late In the
evening, but up in thst direction there
are no reports of serious damage. It 1
evident that the storm. was pretty well
spent before It got that fur to the north
Dvershurg wa not damaged material
y by the storm. The anine high wind
and Immense bail atone were csperl
need there at 6 o'clock or thereabout,
but no house were injured mid no per
sons were hurt.
News From Up the Line.
Hy reason of the vast extent of the dis
turbances the btislims of gathering new
was made extremely difficult. The As
sociated 1'ress was hard put to it tu get
newa Into or out of Memphis. Matter
usually sviit direct from this city to
Nashville, Uuilsvllln and Atlanta had to
go drat to Little Hock, theme to Ht.
ImuU and Chicago, then to Washington
Stables Wrecked at Fair.
Huntarille, Ala. The grand stand ut
the Tennessee Valley fair grounds, where
the fair I In progress, near lluiitsillle,
Ala., was demolished by the storm and
half the stable on the grounds were
wrecked. No person are reported in
jured. GIBSON GETS ST0HM.
Kith Wind, Heavy Rain and Hall Yislt
(HUson, Tenn. A terrible wind, rain
and hail storm struck (ilhsoii Thursday
ufternoon a limit 4 o'clock und lasted
about thirty minute.
Tliu wind blew at a terrific rate, blow
lug down awnings, trees, etc.
Tho rain fell In torrents und the hull
could have been raked up by the bushel,
some of the stones being as lurgo a pur
Denmark Wiped OH Map Father anj
Child Killed Many Injured.
Jackson, Trim. Denmark wa visited
by it cyclone Thursday afternoon, the
most destructive In the history of this
All the Muses In the town were blown
down snd were on fire at list report
mikI the ruins ate no douht consumed by
the name rrei now.
The storm Is horrible in It details
and the story of Ins of life and suffer
irg beggar description.
The loss- of home and property Is
henry, making the second visitation of
the same kind within a few months.
The storm cama up lilit o'clock In
the afternoon, and attracted ronsUerubtn
attention on account of tho severity with
which it descended in the lieglnnlng.
Al llariies was III his home with hi
wife and baby, and, becoming alarmed,
went under thiC ndu" with the baby In
hi arm. They lis J been there only a
few minutes is hen a Urrilie crash Mine
tearing the house from It foundation
and rasing it to the ground. Harne and
his ImIm are iipMtnl to have been In'
sUntly killed, and hU wife haj both leg
broken by the fall.
Jell Head ami Ale,x Meriwether were
trap pet I In their house In ninth the same
manner. Iteml had hi arm (rushed, and
slniol from the shoulder his left arm Is
ground to a pulp.
Every Home Wiped Away.
The loss of property will amount In
thn value of nil the home In the tittle
Immediately follow Irg the eyrlene the
houses raught fire, and the whtlc town
is a mass of smouldering- ruins, and It
Is feared that seine other ate In the
Al Itarnrs, the vletlm of the storm
wa a vonni man of anlv about M Sears,
He had -n married )ioL,jpiltr year
and his child was only a month oM.
The Cumlwrlaiid Telef-hone Onoipany
ami the wires of the railroad are out of
The eyrlsnc was lemrd of a far dtiwii
on the Nn a .t St. I. rMd B Whtte
vftlv, where It dantrn)stl the) Overall
factory and demolished th IVxdiyterlin
church, but so far as crmM ! learned no
tlv were lost there.
ATLANTA HIT HY HAIL.
Cyclone Storm Ranged the City Other
Towns in Jeopardy.
Atlanta. AtUuta was harried by
wind and ball storm at nightfall Thurs
day which caused all estimated damage
of $100,000 to property, and iullirtrd in
juries more or less serious on many peo
For twenty minutes the wind blew
with cyclonic force and hall stones of
eiHiiumiis sire fell. The prifttiptil ilsm
age wa done by hall, whieh fell In qusn
title aufflHeet to rutlicly rover the
street. Many of the stone were a
Urge as billiard balls, anil they went
through plate gbtis windows like cannon
ImIIs. Nearly every window in the hoj-
ping district wa sliaticrcd and titer is
not a n-sldcnre In the city with whole
At least thirty persons were knocked
down ami Injured by the hail. The horse
in the strrets were stampeded, and In
two rases frightened animals dashed Into
stores. One maddened horse rushed Into
the A lea tar theater, causing a anlr.
)triort indicate that the storm wa
general in North (ieorgia, and that At
tanta was only on the edge of the dls
Marietta, a town of 1,000 Inhabitants,
twenty miles north of Atlanta, Is report
ed wrecked. Telophono and telegraph
wires are down and It will be late before
reixirt a to .Marietta, can U confirmed.
The trolley line between Marietta and
Atlanta Is out of commission, and there
are lx cars crowded with passenger
marooned somewhere letween the two
Not a town in North (liorgia can be
reached by either telephone or telegraph,
nnd it is feared destruction has been
LIST OF THE DEAD.
Injured Persons Found tn Widely Scat
Nashville, Tenn. Only meager report
have been received from the storm which
swept over Middle and West Tennessee
Thursday afternoon, the wire being
down in a number of place.
Only three persons are; so far reported
to have beeu killed Al Harne and
child, at IVmnark, in Madison county,
and Tom Helm, at .Mulberry, Lincoln
county. Harne' wife was Injured, but
At Ihiford btatlon, (Hie county, there
was considerable damage. Ths 1 A N.
station and freight house wa destroyed.
Several other buildings wero dumaged. J.
U. I'arson and Malburt Darker were In
jured, but not fatally.
STANTON IS WRECKED.
Many Houses in Little Town Unroofed
(Stanton, TViiu. tits u ton wa visited
by the worst wind storm for several
years Thursday evening at 5 o'elock.
J, W Duliulos residence wa blown
from the foundation and considerably
damaged. At least twenty house art
partially unroofed, shad tree aru twist
ed and blown down,
The storm came up very suddenly from
the northwest und only lusted u few' eeo-ends.
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let for him falhd (o & U.t
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house leading a new h
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