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HO, H A BLUE MARK 1IKRE mr-an- e Mint your jplrpl. hi promptly if you Konew wnnt thi pnpr to ronie to yoo lifter thU month ; -VU w the (ltEII rtriM wmi. is otiriir ni -- "'Jj'J" ou vnavitnrv Commercial Uagon up the Hill of Success, The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the Axles at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, International KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1900. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1RH H0.a.l7tl THERE about that is a Tailoring Co. New York CIlKtgO Commissioners Count the Vote Tho Fulton County Hoard of Elec- County Judge: tion Commissioners, composed of J. t W A. Nnylor (D) 1248. T. Sent, F. U. Harris and Ilalloy Ilud- - f J II. Saunders (Ind.) 3G0. dloalon, met Friday at the court hous County Attorney: In this city and tnndo nn official count Jam-- s W. Ilonoy 1248. and tabulation of tho voto cast in last Tuesday's election. This count County Clerk: nado no material cliango In tho stand- 7 S. T. Iloper 1272. ing of tho cnndldntcs, as Riven in tho Courier Inst week. Soma of them did For 8herlff: Goaldcr Johnson (D) 1349. gain ono or two votes, but this failed ( barley Noonon (Ind.) 430. to offect tlio result. it any ballots were rejected by the For Assessor: election officers, because tho voters" I ('ban. Ileadlcfl 1241. stamped under both tho Republican nnd Hand Wagon duviccs. Of courso For Jailer: this killed the votcB Urns stamped. f J. A. Noonon (D) 11D0. Tho total number of votes cast in I W. F. lUakomoro (Ind.) 534. Fulton county was 19,531. For Coroner: h. D. Smith 1125. Tho following is tho voto received by each candidate: bounty Superintendent Schools: Miss Dora 11. Smith 1246. For Railroad Commissioner: I.. II. Finn (U) 12G2 Magistrate District No. 1 John V. Haswcll (It) 237. , Boys' Slits I And something Internatab-$ent ional Overcoats totally in the ordinary kind. This Is due in part to the uveraato If you want to see the unusual the and the smartness of fabrics t I best line of boys suits and overcoats carried in Hickman, you'll have to come to this store. clever way in which the work is They're the sort that please the boy and satisfy the mother the sort that looks right, fits right and wears right. Boys Knickerbocker and Straight Pant Suits in nil done. Circuit Judge: H. It. A. O. C. Ilrowdcr 333. Woolverton 204. 21C. 104. J. Uugg 1309. New and exclu-liv- e Models at Magistrate District No. 2: J. W. Williams T. E. Commonwealth's Attorney: It. L. Smith 12CS Representative: Frank 8. Mooro (U) W. U. Jones (It) 434. Circuit Clerk: J. Wesley Morris 1140. I'oarlgcn -- j prices popular. that are only. f r Magistrate District No. 3: Arthur M. Shaw 372. A. II. Lcet 149. Magistrate District No. 4: William T. Sbanklln 70. v$l.50 to fA $(S.oo "Prfh' $ft.OO eea mm To measure 1244. Boys Overcoats, plain and fancy colors and makes I O to $7aoN MILLET & ALEXANDER JESSE WALKER DEAD. Jck: L. I J 1 J Smith Sr Amberg releUtLLlAtULlAitvLAAUi.LLALliLLAUi.LlAALtLLUiti.L, O. E. Hicks, age 70 years, of tho Crutchfleld neighborhood, was struck by a train in tho I. C. yards at Fulton, Friday, and considerably bruised up but not seriously. Mr. Hicks was in a wagon with a load of provisions and as ho Is blind" In ono eye.Tio did not see the backing train as it approached. PUDLIC 8ALE mar- - I r r formerly t dli-- city .11 Frl- - ' it'y In Cairo, Owing to a chnnso or business mid old nee, I will, on Tuosday, Nov 23, 1909, at my farm, H mllo cast of Shuck Switch, on tho N. G. & St I.. Ilallroad, offer for unto to tho highest bidder tbu following described Hy . ., atocklj,.. Frwh Oyiterf , an quantity, ftt tho a lummor day eurvetj, o Ihud M . r i or 10 head of Young mules, 2 years old. 8 3 1 to a 1' r a on - el J t a lVII IHVH" 3 Weaning 'J head of Good Brood Mares. Colts. ilnts wo must Insist on all d and notes, duo us, or falling duo bo paid prompUy, or they will bo put in tho hands of tho officers for collection. There ahould.,h . not excuse r wl th, tit existing high prices for corn and cot- ton. J. F. & S. L. DODDS CO. NOTICE. s, ' saddle and harness Mares "And he tatd unto htm. 8a r now unto her Wouldit thou bt epoken for to theUnr.or to the c.plalnotthe hoitf Aai the antwered,! dwell amooff mine own people. II. Kinselv., 13 H r. u' i t ratiirr aw tho fleeting i v wwf U and horses - Several good Work Mules. Also some Cattle and Sheep. All animals sold guaranteed to bo .... v iiuow liituiu n (MP 1 tee i iMnt as represented. Sttlu will begin at 10 a. m. In case of rain or Inclement weather. It will bo postponed until next day. I t I ':;; d out of tlio mn. Tho upon the hill, butJano ,w, m. Hii daddy on TEIlMSi A credit of 12 months ' u tamo and look lier given on good notes bearing 6 per t U c L ol Tim mtilit mnat cunt interest from date. i d fa Ih i tine cart, tho fellow Luther C. Maddox. Maud's til3 can awii tui cut tt ask tlr (n .1.1 litr dad." fH. I .1.. Schmidt, tho Tailor. A Talk on Drug; Store Purchases there is no class of you must depend so much on the integrity nnd business honor of n store as when buying Drug Store Goods. Few PROBABLY "Among mine own I" This SHunammlte Know oJl of rich, contents She Know that through the day and night Tho roads forever wenti That thoy led to the city wall Whoro merriment and moan Were mingled in their rise and fall-- She stayed among her own. The many roads that lead away Stretch far and fair to see. On some the pipo and tabor play And ring with revelry, Down one the glow of glory waits For him who fain would roam The many roads that hold our fates They also lead us home. Tho roads that tempt the wancfrlng foot Lead on through scones that change Lead on to where we long to meet One face that is not strange, Perchance they shirt the desert sand Or meet tho flying foam-B- ut, lead to whatsoever land. They also lead us home. Tho Shunammtte 'twas hers to go Whoro Jewels flashed as fire Amidst the troldored garments' glow. Yet she had her desire. The subtle harmonies that blent In cadence round the throne Dimmed In tho carol of content She heard among her own. "Among mine own I" Whero friendly eye Ana friendly hands are mlnei Whero humble songs of pleasure rise And thoro are bud and vine, And honey bees to search the sweets Upon tho broezos blown There. saUsfied. the heart repeats Tho crooni "Among mine own!" Tu mop lt.mnTM.I. Oaleefo. III. iln. Alreiis Sperllnf , 11 tang- doVStreet. Llndl.r. Ind. Mr,. May Fry. KlBiler, Kane. Mrs. Stella Gtfford Beamaa. Soott, K.T.-M- ri. 8. J. Barber. CorowallTUle, N.Y.-M- re. Wra. Boojhton. from Iranian's aliments are Invited to write to the names and addresses hero given, for positive proof that Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable uompouna does euro iemaio uis. Ooehen, Ala.Mrt.W. T. Daltcn, HooieNo.S. rs. Wm. Tully, 465 Ogden At. Chicago, Pew Paw, Mien. Mrt, Emma Draper, fluhlnr, Mlch.-- Mn. I). Ilurt Loyd, It. 7. D. No. 3 1 care o! A. Sanborn. Coffeerllle, Mite. Mrt. S.J. Jones. Clnolnnatl, Ohio. Mrt. Flora Ahr, UO Emit Street. Clereland, Ohio -- Ml at lizzie tHeifer, C310 Fleet ATenne, 8.E. MagrleReter,R.7.D.t, WetleTTllle, l'a-M- ra. Dyeraburg.Tenn Mrt. Lue IIIUlard,BJt,L Haytleld,Va.-Mrt.May- me WlndU. ITerrln.ni. -- Mrt, Cbat. KolkeL Wlscheater, Ind. Mrt. May Deal. Wm. Obertoh, B. F.I). No. I. Dyer, Ind.-- Mn. YV. S. Ford, 1933 Lane-d- o Baltimore, Md.-M- ra. wne Street. Boxbury, Matt. Mn. Frasele M.rkle.13 Field Street. ClarkeUale, Mo. Mlat Anna Wallaee. OuyKllle. Ohlo.-M- rt. Ella Michael, K.F.D5. NaDayton, Ohlo.-M- rt. Ida llale, Hoi tional Military Home. l'a.-M- ra. Lebanon, Harry L. Kittle, Va Lehman Street. Ryket.Tenn. Minnie Hall. DetroltUeh. Mre. Luulie Junf32Cheetnut Vlneennet, Ind. Mre. Syl. 11. Jerauld, COS N. Teuth Street. 8. A. Wllllamt, It. F. Gardiner, Malne.-M- re. 1). No. 14 1 Uoz39. Philadelphia, PaMri. Chat. Boell, 1407 N. flaruet Street, Platttbur(,Mlt.-MltiVerna'Yllket,K.FJ).l. Painful Perloda. Mllieuiee, 8k, Wle.-l- Gerna. lr. mma Ime, tii M 1014 Boatk Bead, Ind.-l- lrt. Lafayette Street. T.lfe. Chuteof Fre4 Certla, S. BrooiBela, Mo. Mrs. Sarah Lotulfnoot, SOT 8. Market St. ratertoa. NJ. Mr. Vfm. SomorrUle, 108 llambarf h Arenne. rblladelphla. Pa. -- Mrs. E. E. Garrett, 2407 North Garnet Street. Carl Dabike. Kewaiauat, WU.-- Mr. Woreeeter, Mate. Mn. Doejlra Cote, 11T Soutbsate Street. IndUn.poJf. Ind. Mrt. A. P. Andereon, 1207 K. Pratt Street. Big Run, P,-- Mr. Vf. E. Pooler. Atweter Station, O. Mn. Anton Mnelhanpt. E. II. Maddocke, 2133 Cincinnati. Ohlo.-M- re. Ollbert Avenue. Ohlo.-MMoga-lore- , re. Lee Mangel, Boi Ul. A. A. DewlttTllle, M. Y.-John, town, N, Y. Mra. Homer N. Seaman, 10 E. Main Street. ButUinitev, 11L Mrs. Peter Avoid Operattone. Rampitead, Md.-M- ra. Joe. II. Uandr. Adrian. Ua. Lena V. Henry, Route S'o. 3. South V. Piper, lndUnanolle. Ind.-I)e- Mle Addleon Btreet. LouliTllle.Ky.-M- n. Sam Lee, 553 Fourth St. Lllllaa South Weil Harbor, Malue.-- Mr. ltobbini, Ml. Ueeert Uiht Station. Detroit. Mich. -- Mrs. Frieda Uoeeaan, til Meldrum Areuue, Omua, Noh, K.niuckj.-M- rt. Llnle Holland. Irregularity. Haternltr Trouble. Ovarian Trouble. of us have the opportunity to become competent judges of the real value of the majority of the things sold in AYIlllmantle, . Pemale Weakneie. Conn. Mrt. Maine.-M- ttta Donoian, Boa WocHlalde, Idaho. a Drug Store, and misrepresentation is easy, and alas, not infrequent. Here you buy with a comforting assurance that the Roods arc just what the label says. Wc do business on strictly business principles which will certainly appeal to you. HELM & ELLISON The Busy Store wero Misses Helen ENTERTAINED. Caldwell, Eunice Mencham, Lillian One of the most delightful Boclal Fields, Marlanuu Cox nnd Messrs. functions of tho season wrm given at Itobert Caldwell, Ed Paschall, N. Q. tbo palatial homo of Mrs. J. C. llranii Cooko, Frank Carr and Clint Sellars. on Carr street last Friday evening in Fultou Commercial. honor of hor charming guest, Miss .O llettlo Dollow, of Hickman. I.exingtou has been chosen as tho r Tho enturtulmuoiit consisted of a place for tho business delightful musical program by Miss meting of tho Kontucky Truss AsHelen Culdwull, Ilobert Caldwell uud sociation. Tho date of tho meeting Frank Carr, after which a delightful fixed for December 2S and 29. course of duliity refreshments wore O served, Diu8 Hickman Drug Co. Participating Theso women aru onlv a few of thousands of living witnesses of the power of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound to euro fuinalo diseases. Not ono of those women ever received comtiensation in any form for tho uso of their names hi this advertisement but are wining that wo should refer to them because of tho good they may do other suffering womoa to provo that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is a reliable and honest mcdiclno, and that the statements matte in our advortiseinenU regarding Its merit are the truth and nothing but the truth. Melbourne, Iowa. Mre. Clara Watermann, 1L r. U. Ko. 1. Barditown, Kr. Mre. Joeeph Ilall. Lewlitou, Malue. Mrt. llenry Cloutler, M Olford Street. Mlnueapolle, Minn. Mre, John 0. MolJau, 115 Seoond Street, N. Shaniroek, Mo.-J- oal Uam, R.F. D. No. It lloa TL Marltou, K J. Mra. Oeo. Jordy, Bouto Ko.S, Hoi 40. Cheiter, Ark. Mre. Ella Wood. T. A. Crlbb. Oellla, Oa.-M- re. May Mrehill,R.B.t4. reitdleton, Ind.-M- r.. re. neiue aioeianaer. uamerioae, neo, Orranlo DlaplaceruenU. Mary Hall. ri. IJjonler. In Kllia Wood, It F.D.No.4. Motler. IlU.-Ml.-- lUxkland, rt. Will Younj, S Cot- umbla Aveuue. Boottvllle, MlcU.-M- rt. Johnaon, J O.Smith, B.F.D. 3. Davton. Ohlo..Mr. 1". It til Elm St. Krle, Fa -- Mrt. J. P. Kndlich, K. F. I. No. T. Bearer Fallt. Pa. -- Mrt. W. P. Boyd, 2109 Seventh Aveuue. Falrchance, Pa. Mn. t. A. Dunham, not 123. Fort Hunter, Pa. Mra. Mary Jane Shatlo. Kt.t Karl. Pa,-Auiuttut Lrou, K.Td).. Vienna, Yy. Va. Mrt. Kuima Wbeaton. Qrouofo, Mo.-M- rt. Mae MoKnltht. Camden, N.J.-M- rt. Tllllt Watera, Ul Lltwr- ty Street. Joteph, Oreson. Mre. Alice IlutTman, Philadelphia, Pa. Mrt. John John, too, till Slrgel Street. ChrUtUna.Tenn.-M- rt. Mary Wood, R.F.D. No. X Feeoe, Teiat. Mrt. Ada Younf Ef glettnn. Chat. Barclay, lur.D. Uranltevllle, Vt.-J- lra. Mre. Baehel Johnaon, Nervoue lrottratlon. LO0K8 LIKE BU8INE8S. It aeonm, from nil reports, (hut the Itnllro.nl Co.. op erating between Dyorsburj: nnd Tlp tonvlllo, Tonn., means biiRlucaa In tho nintler of cxtondlng Its line. Tlioy nro not only figuring on building to lllckmnn, Cut also to McmphlH, ne cording to latest ndvlces. A speclnl Irom Nashville. Monday, says: Secretary of State Ooodlooto X$c Df Optimist's Cornet V. BUTLER. A. M.M. D. l)ycrbur6 Northern Daily Helps to Health nnd Happiness QBORQR May Flowers fir "MNK H. SWEET day granted tho Dyersburg Northern lUillrond Compnny, Dyor county, an amended charter granting power to extend tho lino to Shelby county nnd chnnglng the nnmo to Chicago, Mem phis and Gulf railroad nnd Increasing tho capital from flOO.OOO to Jt.OOO.OOO As hcrctoforo stnted In these col umns, this thing of continually build Ing now railroads into lllckmnn on paper finally becomes a shndo inonot onous. Not only have wo been dls nppolntcd In those matters but a nnui bcr of our business men have, tlmo and again, listened to the details of some promoter's empty drenm, sub scribed stock, boosted, etc., only to find his "sweetness wasted on tho desert air." It Is true that tho situation has changed Into a moro favorablo aspect as regards this company. And tho old adage, "whsre there Is so much smok there must be fire," may bo true In this case. We liopo It Is. It Is needless to again thresh out tho facts concerning tho boneflts to bo derived bythe now road's coming to Hickman. Suffice to say that Hickman needs tho road and the road needs Hickman. DIED AT OAKTON. George, tho son of Vcss Kelly, residing In tho upper bottoms, 8 miles from town, died at Oakton. Ky.,Krlday after an Illness of five weeks. Young Itelly was attending school at that place when taken 111. During the first sU or seven years of a child's lite special attention should be given to Its physical training rather than the Intellect. After this period, If the physical constitution Is good, the education of both should receive attention. Up to six or seven years of age children should be left like little Iambi, to roam around the house, and In the yard, In the buoyancy of their sp'rlts, skipping and Jumping, free from Parents care and trouble. should not educate from books. Children generally will be Inquisitive to learn things of nature. They will ask questions with regard to things they see and hear, and parents should Improve the opportunity to instruct and patiently answer those little Inquiries. They can In this manner get the advantage of the enemy, and fortify the minds of their children by sowing good seeds In their hearts, leaving no room for the bad to take root. The mother's loving Instruction at a tender age Is what Is needed by children In formation of character. If you have several little children In your home, give each one a place In which to keep Its own toys. Make It a rule that each child should help the other, and help each other to pick up the toys, books, or gr.mes, and put the house In order before It Is time for the evening meal. "lltitterllles. rnlnbow nnd tinsel, with thought only for tho present moment pleasure to tho eye nnd senses," mur mured Miss Itntellffc. moro to herself than to tho professor. Thero was no envy In her voice, no sarcasm, only Just philosophic speculation with per haps a little wonder. And In her eyes was tho snmo expression as when an alytlng a new bug Tho professor regarded hex admlr Ingly, respectfully Thero was much the same look of Impersonal wisdom In their eyes, nnd much the snmo net work of fine, studious wrinkles gath erlng along tho baso of their brows, They had delved Into tho depths of knowlodgo beyond self, and wero now exploring for exploration's sako. And both wero comparatively young, with untaxed strength and untried fields ahead. Uut as the professor's gate followed hers through the window to tho but' terflles and tinsel, there was nn un usual wlstiulness In his eyes. Mils ilntcllffe's proftlo wns Grecian, without flnw Tho professor novor felt any scholastic dlftldenco In her presence but wns nlways calm and self-cotatned, as when Immersed In his studies, nut as his gase followed her' out girls swinging to the about the May polo, something very like longing showed In his eyes. "They are very happy," ho said "very happy, and Joyous, and bright colored." "Yes, very happy," assented Miss Ratcllffe, "and very Joyous and bright colored, like butterflies, llut they are young ladles now, and Miss Charlton Is 20, I bellove. The butterflies are Irresponsible howevor, nnd mean Ingtess Joy Is their mission. Dutsotno of them havo unusual ability, as Miss Charlton; and precious time Is con sumed In arranging tableaux and romp ing and swinging around a polo like gayly-dresscd TWO WEEKS ONLY Begins November 13th Closes November 29th Th Greatest Fall and Winter Cheap Sale IN THE COUNTRY. 1 Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Rice, of Clinton, after which the remains wero burled at Greenwood. George was recently converted and joined the Baptist church. Ho Is survived by his parents and a brother, Tom Kelly, of Uardwell, and a sister, Miss Daisy. f saWI TU CltitctfeM that will open their doors to the good people of this town and surrounding country for the best and cheapest bargains that ever was inaugurated in the city of HicAs we have bought very heavy this fall and the kman. ON Store SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3th, at 8 o'clock sharp, the WEST HICKMAN DEPARTMENT 0 FULTON'S CITY ELECTION. The hottest municipal election at Fulton In years Was held Tuesday. Col. J. P. Fall, for mayor, having no opposition, reeceived a solid vote. In tho police Judge's race, Henry Taylor Democrat, defeated Ed Thomas, InTher6 wero four candependent. didates In the race for chief of police, and T. P. Linton won out by a tmall majority, over Leo Carter, L. C. Robertson and John St. John. The following councilmen wero win tiers in the raco: W. V. Meadows, V. L. T. Callahan, C.H.Bransford.C. Vowler, W. K. Hall and L. S. Phillips. . O The Question Whither. When we have thrown oft this old suit. So much In need of mendlnc. To sink among the naked mute. Is that, think you, our endlncT We follow many, more we lead. And you who sadly turf us. Believe not that all living ittd Mutt flower above the surface. "Miss Charlton has been the main stay of her home, I understand," said the professor, gently, "and I am told she earned tho money to come here herself, by working In a factory" es," regretfully, "she Is a girl of much force of character. That Is why I deplore the scene out there. Life Is not long enough to learn all that every one ought to know, and with M a Charlton's abilities the Idlo hours could b mnde to yield a vast store of knowledge for clthor personal satis faction or an extra means toward a -- weather been so warm, our sales on heavy goods so unsatisfactory, that we will try our best to save you at least 25 per cent on your purchases. So save your money and attend this sale, where you can buy more for less money than anywhere in the city. Come and be convinced. We quote you a few of the bargains below: Best Calico 5c Best Brown Domestic. 20 yds. only.6c Hope B Domestic, 10 yds. only 8J; Yard wide Taffeta worth 1.25, nt ... 98c 75c Mohnir, in all colors, at . 48c . 60c and 50c Mohair 33c A big lot of new shades and colors in Suitings at. 12 fjjC, 10c -. livelihood." II Overcoat Satisfaction Something rite It cuentlil to overcoat satisfaction besides mere warmth. Style nd librict contribute much la comfort. An overcoat made to your individual mcaiurct through Strauss .Brothers' RiliaWf labrics, eipert declining and n: ter tailoring account for the rest popularity ol STRAUSS UK6TIIEK5' made to order overcoats. We are showing en immense assortment of newest overcoatings in beautiful fancy shades at well as a large variety of staple fabrics. Reserve a pattern now for deliveiy any time you specify. Good things duu't last long. will you. National T; iloring Service proc of nduring worth to Sensation la a rracloua gift. But were It cramped to elation. The prayer to have It caat adrift Would iprout from all Herniation. Enough It we have winked to aun. Have sped the plow a season; There Is a soul for tabor done, Enduroth fixed as reason. Then let our trust be firm In Good, Though we be of the faatlng; Our questions are a mortal brood. Our Work la everlaatlng. We children of BeneHcence Are In Its being sharers; And Whither vainer aounda than Whence, wayfarers. for word with such George Meredith. ' "Sometimes I havo felt lately that our llvos may have lacked some of this color and Idleness, and and fun," the voice was still gentlo. "Of courso we could not change our lives, even should desire; but I I think a little color added might mako us hap pier." T have not felt thnt way at all," re turned Miss Ratcllffe, thoughtfully Moreover. I feel that, as hend of tho school. Prof. West, you ought to go out and speak to tho girls. They all have a strange liking for you, and would listen to no one else. It is a crucial time in their lives, and no better opportunity could be had than to advise them now, while they are dancing and singing around the pole. covered with their May flowers, Hoally, It Is a duty with you, professor" Prof West rose reluctantly, an un mistakable color now In bis faco. "Well, If you really think so. Miss Ratcllffe," he said. "I I of course the school comes first." As he crossed the lawn, the whirl ing girls paused for a moment to catch their breath. Then they caught sight of the handsome, strongly-buil- t flguro coming toward them, and several of the gtrls started forward. Miss Charlton alone did not advance, She was standing by herself a little to one sldo. Prof West spoko a few words with the others, and then went straight to her. "I I would like to say a few words to you, Miss Charlton," he began. 'All this color and gayety and and fun out on the lawn, whero everybody can see, seems, as tho color began to rise in her face, "er very nice "Yes," more decidedly, "very nice, and I like We need more color and fun In it. our lives, and you have been very good to us In this way since you came. I I am out here to thank you. My life has been very colorless. so far, and lately I I have thought " he was beginning to flounder again at something he saw In her eyes, and added: "I would rather havo some of 3.00 3.50 3.00 2.00 Men's Men's Men s Men's Peg Ton Pants Corduroy Peg Tops Corduroys Corduroys. 2.24 2.48 2.24 1.19 35c Wollen Flannel at. 23c Cotton Flannel at I? 9c 50c red, blue and white Damnsk . 29c 1000 yds. Cotton Checks at .. 5c 35c Towels now 21c .25 all wool Scarfs at 96c 75c all wool Scarfs 48c 40c Fascinators 24c 75c Ladies Underwear at ... 48c 40c Ladies Underwear at -- 24c Ladies and Misses Union Suits cheaper than ever. 2c 17c, . 1 E. R. ELLISON 25.00 Mens Fancy Suits, at 14.98 20.00 Men's Granite and Fancy Suits, sale price 11.98 5.00 Mens Fancy Suits 9.98 12.50 Mens Suits 7.98 ... . 1 J.JJ "X We handle n special line, the V L Douglas Shoes, although needless of introduction, they are the best made and most lasting shoes in the country Give them a trial. Still we cut the prices on the other lines nnd can Rive you any shoe you want. 1.48 2.25 Men's Shoes, sale pnee 2.24 3.00 Men's Shoes 1.78 . 2.50 Men's Shoes 2.78 3.50 Men's Shoes 3.24 4.00 Men's Shoes 3.48 4.50 Men's Shoes 3.98 5.00 Men's Shoes, all patent 2.48 3.50 Boy's Shoes ..1.98 . 3.00 Box and batin Lota of odda and ends in shoes will go below cost, Tl,.. American cn i CI U1U1C9 UHUWIl n i4iuy, i Boys' and Children's Suits arc cheap as "Meadow-BrooFarm" which is W. P. Mann's now offering, Is a play peculiarly and provincial!)- - of a New With allver clasp and hlngta. England type, and is bound to( outlive On pages gray and stained. many moro pretentious dramas. It By wind and weather smitten, Fnrough years the records have remained portrays truly tho character of the As fresh as when first written. jankou nnd It pictures scenes of culminating interest In a New Knglaud Oreen are the lyric themes Upon the granite pages. settlument, but this is merely a narRepeating the delights and dreams row vlow of tho play, as It Is one Of many bygone ages. that contains Intense Intorest which Ah, wonder-poTime, appeals to tho heart of a constituency Your happy child the brook Is; She turns to munlc every rhyme. that perhaps never saw Now England preolous book la! And hers this Frank Dempiter Sherman In New York "Uncle SI Holdon," "Tim Slocum." Bun. nnd "Sim Smith," tho town constable and Justlco of tho Peacu and their Here and Now, intimates are incro repltltlons of boyOh, nights have been and nights will be. The moon Will shed her silver light. hood's associates, which will cause there Is just one night for me This But almost any city man to swear to an night! Oh, buds have blown, and buds will blow, affidavit that ho has been carried wondrous how a flowret grows; "lis back to tho time of Ills youth. Lou For me there's Just one rose, helghhe This rose! Streetor has been especially engaged to create tho part of "SI Holden" In Dh, lips have met, and lips will meet, "Aleadow-IlrooFarm" which will bo In ecstacles of burning bll'H; There Is a klis for me most sweet This seen at the Lyric Theutro, next WedO nesday evening, Nov. 17. We havo for ealo In WcBt Hickman O near Metlieny's store, a fine piece of It U to bo hoped that tho now residence property. Owner las good city duds will push tho concrete walk 0 reasons for selling. It will tako to trade. Property cost more building us startod by tho old coun than this. Well improved and will ell. Also, without fear or favor. No town over had too many good walkH. bear close inspection. Part time. Homo folks will kick like a bay steer Hickman Courier Realty Co. when they aro forced to put them In, but they soon forget the cost and ap TARP1NE for coughs and colds preciate mo improvement. 25c per bottlo. Helm & Ellison. Mosses. Beside the woodland brook. Deep In the ferny fringes. There Is an ancient sylvan book k dirt. Come and get your boy a suit at your own price. Ladies' nnd Misses Cloaks very cheap. Our line of Pants is one of the best in town. We can sight you. 6.00 Men's Peg Top, wide outside scams, at ,3.98 5.00 Men's Granite and Fancy Peg Tops, now at 3.48 4.50 Men's Fancy Pants, cut pricc.2.98 4.00 Men's Fancy Peg Tops 2.98 2.50 and 2.75 Ladies Shoes ,!:-- ., 1.48 i o nn l n c.kn. &.uu " iiiiu 1JI still. - UI1U cnuo t , A ICW OUU9 A big lot of Misses' nnd Children .. anocs, an at grcawy icuuuu , enable us to quu- wof space will not the prices, but they arc marum 1 -- inni.J!..'Dnii HUH nnJ Vim 2.To n 01 - A big reduction on ' A all Cents Hati the house. You can buy than your own price, from x ;n . A nrvJ lmt for "line of Caps, Men's .and Boys large J lijP1 t your joyousness than anything else In the world, and and will you be my wife, MargloT" Underwear. Ovcrshirts, Sweaters. "Prof. West!" the girl stared and drew back; but he saw it plainly In her eyes now. "You do love me?" he said eagerly "Yo-s- , but I I am not fit." "It Is I who am not fit. I am too t.obor and plodding. Will you bo my wife?" 'Of course," simply, "if you want mo, k Hides and Wool Houli, I All we ask you to do is to give us a chance and we . . 1.. will save you money. Attend this great sale ana uc vinced. Come to the right place always. We handle flour, meat, coffee, sugar and all staple groceries, and we can save you money every time you order rrom us. AND PLACE REMEMBER 11 1 .1 M1 THE DATE $1,-80- Feathers, Taftow. Beeswax,' Clnaans. Golden Seal. (Yellow May Apple, Wild Ginger, to. We are dealerai eitabltshed half a century Is Umivllle" la andean do heller for you thiaigsntl merchanti, l6"0r M. or commlislon Bank In Keftrsncs, any tonlsvllle. Write for weekly price Hit and shipping tags. eV LOUISVILLE, KY. MatkittL A. S. CE Sabsl Sons. XEST HICK.MAN Barkett Dept. Store ELLISON BROS. 1 Are Making if CUT PRICES ....On EVERYTHING In Their.... DRY 'I . GOODS DEPARTMENT Dry Goods, Shoes, MM 4.'. 4 Cloaks, Linen Goods Trunks, Valises, &c. t s Before Making J2 Fall Purchases? VZSJTV - THEM i ' Ellison 93 lll p? AT JIT FINE DISPLAY. A Courier represontnUvo dropped I at tho Christmas opening of J. E Naylor & Co., Tuesday and found n magnificent display of holiday goods, Tho Btoro wits beautifully decorated and tho stock, a largo one, tastily displayed, while every nlslo is re pleto with surprises In new nnd tato articles opproprlato for Christmas gtv Ing Old and young woro equally detoy-lan- REEVES' RESTJfURANT 8 Everything in the Lunch Line nnd the Best Service. We also carry a fine lino of Cigars, Fruits and the very best line of Candy in town. GIVE US A TRIAL and you will come again. FRESH OYSTERS' IN ANY QUANTITY. NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE MURDER STILL MYSTERY. In tho Fulton murder mystery tho brutal killing of It. J. Uugg, who was found unconscious In an alley two weeks ngo, and later died nro coming slowly. About tho only progress tnado In solving it thus Developments far Is the arrest or a negro by tho nnmo of Tine Boaz, nnd Tom Dowlln, a whlto man. Tho negro was arrested becauso ho was seen on tho evenlighted as they passed through, tho ing of tho foul deed with the man. After having been In Jail In this labyrinth of Owing to the inclement weather, city for some time, tho negru wns the opening was not, ns largely at taken back to Fulton and held In tended as It would have been other custody nt that place, and beforo wise, but there were no small number Judge Naylor, Attorneys J. W. Honey store during th and II. T. i?mlth and .Marshal Eaker, visited this the negro made a confession of his opening. knowledge of tho nffalr. -FA in his confession, Doaz stated that I R WARNING I I CD- Have Arrived A Nice Assortment of HAND PAINTED CAKES, SALADS CUPS AND SAUCERS INDIVIDUAL PLATES - Judge Naylor at once issued war THANKSGIVING DAY. UNUOItrOUATKD) rants for tho three men. Tom Dowlln We have a largo supply of extra one of tho men alleged to have been fine yellow, whlteand pink Chrys- Implicated, was arrested Sundny by BEAUTIFUL PICTURES, done in Water Colors, GIVEN AWAY FREE at our store. -anthemums, Roses,, Carnations and Officer Carter and carried to Jail at ASK ABOUT THEM. violets, the best to bo had anywhere. Clinton for safe keeping. Dowlln denies any connection with tho affair. II. E. Curlln. Tho negro's story Is doubted by O They are now saying llmbergcr many. :ffl The motive for the killing is tho cheese will euro cancer. Anyhow it mysterious part of tho whole thing. will cure a man from' 'going home WISDOM. without having first washed his face Tho body was not robbed, hence, this thought that tho tnurdercra were on blow while In that condition. Another THE HICKMAN COURIER could not have been tho cause. It is a drunken spree, and dealt tho fatal theory advanced Is that Uugg was and hands. gsy young man it means To the about to turn up some bootleggers "tm UVlffi Kftm.i, tnivr.-who owvd him money, and o quarrel whatever Is forbidden In life. 5PEER & SEXTON PUBLISHtRS ensued with fatal results. To th college professor It means Jtbttrttttmn II m rmf T'.irnf i. i While warrants woro issued a week whatever Is contained In books. whn jour tilrlpUon cir r ago for tho arrest of three men, only Tb (VMirltr Juil rou do po'f! t a- Catb In Ailtanc VtinkN one has ben served, and tho names To the young man It racans what of tho other two bavo not been given he has just acquired at collets. out. If they are apprehended at this Kov. mi, To the gtrl It means Harry or Jim lato stago of tho gamo. It will be a piece of good luck. Tho guilty par- or Arthur, or whatever his name is. ties have had tlmo to get Into Canada ABE LINCOLN'S CREED, To the old man it means knowing or Mexico. things bofore It la too lata to do sLwJriiKlV' z Those who arc ghing z,m Ilugg Is said to have been a cousin them. thought and study to ha a. k 3 of Judge Ilugg, of tho circuit court. '. Ho was employed as a laborer with To the voting publlo it means the as new and old rellf lot words that the candidate much of Interest and w rur of . tho street gang. has Just fed them. : slderatlon In whst has ceo o JLfi JLLLLHSSPSBSBSB known as Lincoln's Cived l .k- - e t Wisdom Is a variable term, To the of tho great man's utUrat Last Friday a good friend of tho s Courier called us by phone. Instead boy It means a knowledge of the bat- simple, forceful linguae i : '3 ting atcrsges of every big league of tho usual, "please announce to attention. Ho said: your readers In tho free column that baii'ball player. "i havo never united n f t f - ' I hnvo a bull calf for sale," by a To the woman it means knowledge church, becauso I bate foiled d ' wo suffered one of Just what the children are going to ty giving my nsnnt. ! iLcJ' r tho most violent shocks of tho ner- have next and how to euro It Illus- reservation, to tho long cm. ; J vous system ever In our rugged ex- trated Sunday Magatlno. ' ' statements which chalet perience, when wo put tho reccivor itf Articles of Ilellef and ( tf WILL SHE CONFESS? to our car. Wo clung to tho desk for r Faith. Whenever any c!iu 'support and listened. Tho voice at You couldn't get a girl to confess it, sorlbo over lis altar, ai J tho other end of tho lino in a musi- but tho man she most admires Is qualification for momU iW cal cadence, said: "I am going to often vlor's condensed slaters r's c! r make you a present of your Thankssubstanco of loth law arj giving turkey." We would still think lie whose Ideas never colncldo with Thou shalt love tho ItJ l.l j It a dream had we not later mot Mr. her own. with oil thy heart, and . t I Davis, manager of tho Homo Telewith all thy iwrJ ' 1 He who tells her point blank that be soul, and phone Co., who verified his former neighbor as thyself.' that wOLight---th- e statement, face to face, and told us hatrs to sco powder on her faco. ' I join with all my hea't t If to dlscotluuo negotiations for a turHo who never says that some other soul." key (which as a matter of fact is a girl looks pretty. negotiation that never bothers an CARD OF THANKS. editor.) That settles It. Tho world He who never appears Interested Is getting better. With II. J. Klines when she airs her llttlo tribulations. reWo dcslro lo off.r koeplug us supplied with molasses, 0 columns of tho Cowl' r c r i. " Dillon & Cox giving us "comps" to thanks to our friends ai d l' Is just forty-fivd Hickman years tho show and Mr. Davis treating us kindness shown n :' J tho times In tho matter of street for tho y ct to u real turkey, wo sco tho dawn of lights. Can anybody say why wo the Illness and death r! " a grander day. Tho country editor Is darling, Charlos Vlvnn V havo no arc lights? Hickman Is big j again coming Irito his own. To break many acts and won' away from sow bosom and beans and enough, able enough and tho light showered upon us a" ' plant has capacly enough, but It looks revel In the luxuries of high priced predated In n way tl,n delicacies Is enough to umko tho edi- llko we haven't enterprise enough. express. Think of a town tho sliu of thts buln torial physiognomy crack open to the " Mr. and Mrs ( lighted with these llttlo i'xi Jlmmlos full extent of its vastuess. Oof about 3 catidlo power. Hlckmau SUITS No matter your style, Shape or build ; long, short, stout or slender, we 0 would look llko u hummer it she was have special models to (it you stylishly and becomingly. What about the ! vi Hlckmau T Thcru Is always, something whole- lit up good. some and refreshing about a pastoral OVERCOATS short and long, light and heavy, fancy and plain every new play with a New Hiigluud setting that fad in Style and Shape in endless variety in every style to suit every seems to tako onolback to tho good taste and fit every figure. old days down on tlio furm where happiness seemed to rqlgu supremo. Tho very thought of these days mukus This is the time of the year when you catch colId trie n one's childhood heart beat with pleas-nu- t RAINCOATS The sensible garment for or for anytime made of PriestmemorloB, if tho reader of this easiest. Take a bottle of ly and other cloths. Worsted and Cheviots in numerous styles, shapes article remembers his boyhood days and lengths. A light-weigovercoat suitable for any weather wateron tho furm, he qui live them all ffix&- over again on noxt 'Wednesday evenyqt dressy handy the year round for theatre or dress occasions. proof, home with you and be ready. Its the ing at tho Lyric Thuatro, when "Mea- " Farm," Vf. P. Mann's new does the work in a few doses. One dose gi est play of New England life, will bo Three doses cases you and n bottle will cure v produced. Lou Streuter has boen esoU cough. Take a bottle home, you'll be glad pecially enguged for the part of "Silas Holdun." Tho supporting compan & XIiIiiSOXT has been carefully filled to their parts, All parties Indebted to the Farm era Hardware Co., either by note or account, and especially notes which are NOW DUE, mutt settle by No- vember 20th, 1809 If not paid on or berore that date, all claims will be placed In the hands of our attorney for collection f ith Instructions to serve at once. We play no favorites in this notice, as we are compelled to wind up our business. FARMERS him. Doaz, after his confession, was turn HARDWARE CO., by R. M. Isler, ed over to Sheriff Seat and commltcd President. to the county Jail in this city. o John Pillow, tho foreman of tho street improvement gang, got him to entico Uugg to tho viaduct under pretext of imortant business, nnd nfter getting him there, turned to leave when be henrd licks and saw three men pick up Ilugg's body and carry It towards Hurst & Tucker's old livery stable. He admitted that he was paid to entice Uugg to the viaduct on Lako street, nnd there left one-eye- d CHOP DISHES, In cheaper lines we have the biggest Etc. lOc sellers you ever bought in QUEENSWARE Hickman Hardware Co. 2J . t . Individuality f:-r- Tlisday, "V characterizes every garment bearing Anderson & Co's Label. Harmonious lines with artistic work is the fundamental basis of these Master Tailored Glothes they teem -- : ! with originality that is Well thought and well styles are distinctive and stamp the yearer with an air of fined elegance. " i; I t- e Correct Clothes for Gentlemen - Cold and Coughs nu-tl.ci- mid-seaso- ht Tar Pine dow-Droo- k Bradley & Parham rcj HILM DEAD. LUTHER D0D8ON inter I"1"0"' M . I nB0 22 n,", 11 wo" nmn of West lllck man. i,,r",V"(i TW tifr one week's lllnoia. '"vo dentil la Ml'' . ... I. Irmil.ln by a wlfo, l9 survived .'.. " til lf. . , I J nUUt ' f L . R m0nl" it nU, .Mr. nml Mr. Join , t7 u.rst Hickman, also mi s"lt" ',,1,r brothers Job im The Strongest and Longest WEARING SHOE In the World " is made in one of eleven large specialty factories by Roberts, Johnson & Rand Shoe Co., of St. Louis, Mo. The Workmen in this factory know that the " v.i lorn ..1.1 . nod Cecil. nml reared In tho I .1.1 ''L c... 0w I3TJ-- .1 n a member of tho Molli and Kim Cnmp No,3, W. !"& lie cnrrini iz.uuu in P r - 'si rf I- wcrti conducted at t i.npel Monday, by Hov t('. r which tho remalm d willi Woodmen coromon Mice aiiuii vm that of ft good man, and ho possessed ; who will bo grieved (o Tho rol 3 untimely di'ath. ,f Hit sympntiiy oi mo en 3 U. . The Stronger-Than-The-La- w MADE 't O UP OF GREED. Crtd ' M" 0",er by a ttrtrtttd at toumry taiior. Houses "Stronger-Than-The-La- liv w" wun ine caiammia uyc: whs ana morougmy insill crder ccr.-ertuit the buila! side of these con- your farm produce Ten ihtl tub whf rerr you can, but not to do ml ouy from you. u, i. T:u ihill believe our ataiemenla 'ron u because ud bar n although it wut to be koo4 to you. you. if in nst acquainted with 1. Tea shs'.l tnd In tho monoy In lifts: u kits ui a ennnce 10 koi ti rceii from the factory with your zsztj roeinwhlle you will hare to iL't fitlfntly a fow wetka because Hit li rsr buslnrss method. I. T j tha.21 buy your church belli i:l l:tr :.:r church fixtures from ua ui f rwirU th money In advance, lor tilt U csr butlnraa method. I. V i iLall collect from the bust. tMi ma to your rlclnlty as much can for the banellt of u e::tr jnt cbrrebn. Although we not more bcs't frrm you than they do, atlll it li iplnit our rules to donate money for country chnrchea. (. T:a ihall buy your tools from be your own mechanlo In order ii to drlie fhe mrchanlc from your Tlcla-R- j for we wlih It no. T:u ::i Induce your netihbor to bay eterjthltn from us, aa we hare no fojincre money I. Tea ibtll often look at the bean- Cf:l rlc'urrt Id our catalogue ao your vtiiii '.! Increue and you will send b t tic crder althouch you are not b losrjtate need of the goods; oth- VU UllUl URTC VUU1 left to bay Decenary roods from your bril merchants. t. Tou shall haTe the mechantoa tiit repair the coods you buy from it book the bill, so that you can aend the money for his labor to us for new tooii, otherwise he will not notice l. frr timi errir.sndments make up the lff:oP' w "M ""ul 0'aor nouso. r.A written on stone by nti ! im thnrntirhlr undnr "" ITfri, ' racd i:d fre;ucntly bumpd Into by is, and must' be, the best work shoe on earth. au ill Only the toughest and strongest chrome tanned leather is used in the construction of this unequalled work shoe. This leather is infused with oil, which makes it soft and pliant, and as nearly waterproof as leather can be made. You will find that the fibre in this chrome calf leather is very similar to a piece of woven cloth. ru There is no shoe on earth which the "Stronger-Than-The-Law- ." fills every demand for a work shoe as well as has the Roberts, Johnson &.Rand Shoe Co's " Star " trade mark on the heel, which is a guarantee backed by a paid-u- p capital of $3,750,000.00, that it is honestly constructed of solid leather. Stronger-Than-The-LawTsh- The genuine " oe ii ' All good, articles are always imitated, and so many other manufacturers are trying to imitate this shoe trying to make a shoe as good. Some have gone so far as to select a name as much like as possible, but why buy an imitation when you can buy the original " Stronger- which wears from eight to twenty-fou- r months ? "Stronger-Than-The-Law" Than-The-Law- ," We show a complete line in four heights. sidering the service you get. The prices are .very reasonable, con- There are lots of good shoes 'but oir leftuenc. 10. Too shall btltere ua In prefer-Kc- e to your local dealers. 11. Tou shall, In case of accident, iclarts or need, apply to local deal-for aid and credit, aa we do not how you. Foreigners In Circus Business. Tbe circus used to be an Amorlcan Intltutbn, remarked an old time drill man the other day. "Hut things dress-latrocra V "STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER" And We Sell Them Tribune Uie rhanred I went Into the of a show and nearly all of te rr?7mer aro foreigners. There re lew nxid American s circus any more. There are no such as wo used to hato. f J T j SMckney was there, He does act with a team of horses, Jul, he's 62 years old now. "fa He used to b. the best bareback rider the roaj, outside of 'Jimmy' Rob-"oHut there .are mighty few of u eM timers left, and there noTer II be any as good." New Terk n SMITH & AMBERG PtRADE MARKaM RURAL PHONE PATRON8. Not In His Line. FLASH LIGHTS. "How do I look th'ls evening?" queried the woman whoSwas fishing for a Tho fancier the bathing suit, tho compliment. less the girl cures about swimming. "Don't ask me.yreplled the mere mnn, who was nothing If not practical Don't keep gnevlng 'cause It's fly "Consult an oculist)' time; smile, It's jiUo cherry plo time. five-fee- O Tho management of the Hickman Independent Home Tolophono Co.. wishes to announce that thoy aro now ready to uiaku connection with all country lines n cither sldo of Hickman. Tho company furnishes all Accounted For. Now then, If gome one will only get eQulpmont In tho city and connects Harber (rather Stow) Ileg pardon, t of phonograph records, your lines at tho limits for $15 sir, hut your hair .Is turning a hit up with pcrhnps, Hat lift will bo more endur0 per lino and charges 7Cc a month for iray. Selling Gutter and Crsam. J Victim Bhouldn'f wonder. Look at able. tholr oxchanso servlco. Sea A. W. Tie adyantages of selling r-tho tlmo I'vo bo6n here. Yonkers cream or Davis, Manager. Statesman. Z LVXr lhat of ,elllnK h m"" NOT PUDDING PROOF. Vh' ,klram"l milk and butter- Knowledge comes, but culture Ha- u,cU for Uti 00 fann. LOST: tb sVS "The proof hf the pudding is in Iloll.af music between iuoh exact-itltZ- 9 Hickman nnd Unhn City. Nnmo "Nol glTB. "t not ioa the cflting," remarked tho optimist. -- 0an4,hour'. md the tlnlahed each shoot. Hoy "You can't nrove it bv me." de t wider In- - Ueau" written to llckman Grocery Ono of tho moijt nccuptablo gifts of Unl C,151 U ward, Ilotum much ,0M w,lht to all though Inexpensive la ongravod clared tho drspeptic. Illustrated Co. calling cards, suUnblo for olthor lady Sunday Magazine. th. skimmed milk and butter-So- or gentleman. ICugraved platu and Ll Vetr VHlulblo foeds for plga. IIoIhb wo have decid- 100 cards, neatly packed, l.S0 up. My bulldlna, now FOR RENT ed to unload clolhiW, Dougltui shoos, Theso prices aiu cash. Tho earlier occupied by Ellison Bros., mucb M u ' Jan. 1st. nstoundlng your orders ar i In, tho better. Seo .P C" ,0r lh9 wbol The dress Roods, lints, olWnt ISo W. A. odds. b!..iMe'!ratot 00 lhe farm "kea It low flguroB. Uarkott's Department samples at Cou lor office. raoro but,er O Store, West Hlckmun. toiet sreater fUre for the aepantod Percy Jones ecclved about a half Where did you get that now suit! car loud of CI rlstmas cuudlos this Why, that's my last wlutcr's suit tneatAit Mooro's gro- week. Watch for his announcement, Schmidt, the Tali or, cleaned it up. All kinds of tho rjouTlerT O Atrahaa llougard and Herman Wll-"- . i:c jts. went to Union City. Nafoy fid tanked up on Union City LeKdiu r" Thoy returned Sunday M aud siarti-a rough house In . , il" restnurnnta on tho ' 'lidlng with tho local officers 'all, J ,0 rfitoro orJori Kach 'Hi combatant was fined U.B0. THE END OF IT. ooooooooooooO o TRY A COURIER WANT AD. o o The Cheapest advertising o Medium I Read by o 3,000 People Every Week o COSTS ONLY ONE CENT o o PER WORD RER WEEK. o o o 0 o 0 0' o o o o o O o Si "7" S Trn" J, u k y iZ "Do you permit your wlfo to have her own wayt" "No; abo hoi It without my pormla slon." ,-- Hickman peoplo who appreciate hlgt class shows, should! not full to seo the Shakuspearuan piny "As You I.lko It," at the Lyric tonight. You would pay to sue tliolwuno thing In a city playhou0. and Uilnk jour monoy well spent. 50 O- - I v- - o- Dest Clear Heart Cypress Shingles &, $3.50 a thousand.-iYat- ea Kirk Shingle Co Hickman, Ky. cery. I will sell cut that will keep, and plants thai A 111 grow. Call Don't fnll to rud Uarkott's ad In phono 282. Wo neiU your orders. this Issue. Prices slashed In every I'ostina Floral Co., union City, Teun. department. fillers -- - Sprains T I For S3. - .A....-..- . On the Streets TfTn . Heard I ,A.m II I .A. .A.It I" I I IV - -- ... I - I . Uso "Sansparlcl" Flour, Klllson'a. Taft Views HelmS Wnke up, and ing. & Coal Co. Bransford & Andrews SEPTIC TANK uVa'flttlo FOR CREAMERY advertisIce Buy your coal now. V Hickman Construction of Cistern or Bailn for Carrying Off Sewage Without Any pad Odor. Tho following Is a brief description of tho construction nnd uso of tho septic tank, nnd tho statements na to 's advantngca over tho open drainage aro mndo by thoeo who advocate tta use, says a writer In Hoard's Dalrymnn. Tho outline of the septic tank Is shown In tho accompanying drawing nnd the different departments art. designated by letter. Tho tank Is located In tho grour nnd well protected from frost by nc v nrlng of earth or other material, nt may be built of brick, stono or i' men I with capacity sulllrlent to In 1 all of one day's waste In tho first di vision, C. In creamery work thero Is usualir a Inrge amount of water, that used for rinsing vessels, cooling cream, etc., that contains but nsma l amount of Impurity nnd such wnHr may be allowed to run away without going through the tnnk, only the Im pure wnter being treated. The cut shows tho drain and trap K, coming from the creamery, L The 1 1 JEWELERS you realize that CHRISTMAS, 1909 HAND. Only SIX men Christmas. Wc are ready with our 1909 Sloan's liniment is the best remedy for nram and bruises. It quiets the pain at once, and can be applied to the tenderest part without hurting because it all doesn't need to be rubbed you have to do is to lay it on lightly. It is a powerful preparation and penetrates instantly relieves any inflammation and congestion, and reduces the swelling. Mr. L. Roland, Bishop of Scran-to- n, Ta. says s "On the 7th of this present month, as I was ltavKig tha building at noon for lunch. I rlipped and fell, spraining my wrist. I returned in the afternoon, and at four o'clock I could not hold a pencil in my hand. I returned horns Tho best you ovor drank at the Crescent. Tclophono Dettoraworth A. Dodds that grocory order to & Prather. H. T. Deale. Notary Public, at W. LumberVOfflce. Hondur- U T0 AT IS CLCKf C JgivePV -- hristmas 1 Horn, to tho wife of C. T. ant Sunday morning, n son. Hannlbnl Crutchflold neighborhood. 1 some n We want to urge uponur. customers the advantage early buying. Pick out your Bift now and Imvo n and laid away, then you will not be disappointed getting what you want when you want it. Anything you sec in anybody's catalogue tlint Wf pot we can act for vou nt ihr sntnr nr!r If i. of fngraVttj by not Here's the Proof. SoatfrnB bore from the Monday. Mltw Jennie Crawford left Saturday for Wltigo, Ky., to visit her brother. kit in time. haven-- ( later and purchased a bottle of Write us for prices orjthlnglei. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman. C. M. Yates, tho shingle mnn, wont to Martin, Tenn., on buslnoss, Mon We have one of the best selections wc ever hnd. Sloan's day. Miss Ulna days. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Diamonds Silverware, Silver Jiouelties, Cut Glass Hand Painted China and Gold Handled Umbrellas Wc have a fine selection of Diamonds bought before the rise. Stones from Liniment and used it five or six times before I went to bed, and the next day I was able to co to work and use my hand as usual." !toguraloft Monday for Nashville to visit relatives Laundry UETUllNS Agent. sovoral Le'E3 KKliAV. TUESDAY nnd II. E. Curlln, Sloan's Liniment TJnr. A Septlo is an excellent antiseptic and germ killer heals cuts, burns, wounds and contusions, and will draw the poison from sting of poisonous insects. 26c, 60c. and $1.00 fUnsa's 1tMk on Mrs. Ella JIunvlHcft Sunday for Louisville, whoru she will spond tho tmrvr. rattle. ahep nd panltrjr Mil . Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan, ft-- Boston, Mail., U.SJL MAY STEWART. Managers Dillon & Cox announco Thursday night, Nov. 11th, as the date that has been arranged for tho appearance of the distinguished young artist, May Stewart, which they have secured on an unusually largo guarantee. Miss Stewart Is now recognized as the coming Shakespearean woman of stage and It Is tho a treat to the theatre-goer- s of Hick man to have the opportunity of set-lug a star of such note without hav ing to pay railroad fare. The company supporting Miss Stewart is headed by tho eminent Shakespearean actor, Joseph DeOrasse, who has been starring for the past five years In Shekespcarean roles and is regarded as one of, the most prominent actors of the day In bis line. Chas. J. Conrad and Joseph Lehman will bo seen In Miss Stewart's company. Mr. Lehman was with Harry Carson Clarke for two seasons. Mr. Conrad was in leads with Creston Clarke and two seasons at tho head of his own company. Other members are said to be up to all requirements. Tho offering will bo an elaborate production of Shakespeare's greatest pastoral comedy "As You Liko It," and the scenery and costumes used In this production aro said to be very beauUf ill Miss SteSwart will wear one or two gowns durlAg tho evening valued at something Uko S 1,000 each. English-speaking- a package: famous Jacob's man Drug Co, Package candles from 5c to 15.00 last night by the tory at the Hick ry It. WHAT OTHERS SRY X Richmond & Bond Co., Hickman, Ky. Gentlemen: I have been feeding your Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls for two years to milch cows and find it to be the best feed I(have ever used, also the cheap est. It increases the flow of milk and keeps the cows in fine condition. Am fully satisfied with vour Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls. Respectfully, Mrs. L. D. Threlkeld. Tank. $7.50 to $325.00, Wc have a large line of popular priced Novelties as well as hanplpo contnlns a trap to prevent any Don't takn nnv tauliatltiitna nab fnr offensive gns pnsslng up from the All goods as represented or money refunded. dsome gifts. Satisfaction guaranteed. "Sansparlel" Klou-be- st on the mar- - drain to the creamery. kui louay. Please send in your repair work before the 1st of December as it will be almost The wasto flows Into C, where a rapid fermentation Is Immediately set Silas Murrcll, until recently one of up with formation of a large amount impossible to do this work after the 0th of December. the Courier forty, Is attending a lino of offensive gas. In consequence, tho Goods sent on approval to out of town customers who arc responsible typo school In Chicago. tank must bo tight and supplied with an air pipe, M, sufficiently long to rise See our line of VM and Winter above the roof of the creamery and WE WILL ALLOW YOU ROUND TRIP RAILROAD samples tho largest line wo hava carry away all offcnslro odors. ever had. Schmidt, the Tailor. The section of tho tank. C, Is dl FARE ON ANY PURCHASE OF FIFTEEN DOLLARS Best Clear Heart Cypress Shingles vldcd by a partition, V, coming to . .. A i ' y . 1 en lsi.i. within a foot of the water line. This forms a chamber that will catch and sningie 00., MiCKman, Ky. hold tho greater part of the solid Kont Harpor and family have re- matter that comes to the tank until It Is decomposed and washed away In a turned from Oklahoma, and will now solublo form. Optometrists. The Dependable make this their liojfo. And, they will When the second day's waste flow Into the tank, the partially decom posed sewage passes into I) through Quality counts In hlngles. Don't tne plpo, O, where the purification Is be deceived get thebest, by buy completed by further formentatlon. Ing direct from the mill. Yates & The discharge plpo, O, draws tho liquid from the middle portion, thus Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky. leaving the sediment at the bottom, CRUTCHFIELD NEWS. If yu with 'o hire ir.r PrcscJ Dr. S. K. Davidsonis taking his and tho floating mattor In C for fur turn In tho Illckmandenta! parlors ther action. lions Lie! q.i k y id J II. Homo spent last Tuesday In this month, while Dr. J. O. Stubbs The drain, K, also acts In like man t'llnton. is looking after the Union City branch ner, drawing off only the clear waste from tho middle of section D. The of the firm. Miss Cnpltola IVmImui, of Mnyflold, Registered Pharmaci outside end of tho drain should be Is the suest of Mrs. T. N. Ilnllew. Tho following Mayflufd gentlemen lower than the end In the tank so TAKE TCiM T passed through Illokiuan. Monday, on as to act as a syphon and flush the Mrs. Jik) Ditcim, of Water Valley, drain tiles, Into which tho waste wa route to tho Lake: V. It. Qulnn, J. Is vlsltlnK relative In this commuii' Drug Hamlett, Oscar Turner, Hob Sholton, ter Is led. Ity. If possible, tho waste should be disWalter Wolf and Henry Latidruiu. CONTAIXt fO POtlON charged Into a drain tile laid I). It. I'owutl has moved from his underground, and sufficiently long to Is Painless and Harmless as Water. farm to his now residence on Ipot E. E. Reeves, tho popular West carry the waste away from the where you may gel you Cannot Injure, Relieves Quickly, street. Hickman miller, wasin St, Louis one Drug wants ai "Whlo thero he placed and Cures Sore Eyes in day last week. It the tank Is properly built and op any hour The many friends of I.. II. nis oraer ior n, iJrusa automouuu. erated, the waste water should not PEOPLE, HORSES AND DOGS will bo pleased lo know that ho has to that owned by J. W. Mor cause any nuisance If discharged Into similar BAY OR NIGHT recovered from his recent Illness. ris, and expects its arrival In a few an open drain. Trice Cents days. l.oaloy Htrother nnd family have OF MILK. PROPER COOLING A VOLL'NTAHV HISTtMOMAL. moved from this place to Glasgow, 'S . R. Alack Mp.iucihb Co.. KmnttL Mo. loso this Danish Creamery Men Agitating for Onlkmra Mr litttr trrrrt hl a luf I he rsw Tenn. We regret toaccompaniedgood by if tat tit. I rnt lo the Uruggnt (Inccrponledj Inl family. Tlioy noro Water Tanks to Set the Cans ncillcinr ht hmi lot iitr tm. He Kill tne oz Hicks, who will bo their Krtlle of Dr. Black's CyaWaUr, for Moderating. out of Miss llr Khool only one day alur wing It It ruml him guest for some Hickman Furniture Go. time. inmrdiatcly Any one U at liberty In cfiidim FARM LOANS Thero is quite an agitation among hi, Ultment by wrltlnK ta neat 411 Jcflcraun tHNCOhPORATElVTho Kulton County Teachers' Asirenue. juaetuuro. At. Sim J II. N.v the Danish creamery men to encour1 om authorU. i fa t.ak age the milk producers to havo water sociation met In Wood lawn district Funeral Directors tanks made through which the water I. R. BLACK MEDICINE CO, last Halurday. The question of grad- for fnrin loans In 01,' n Mi n c' j And Embalmers.. Counties, Tenn and i ' "r used for the stock Is pumped, in KENNETT, MO. ed schools was discussed, nnd all P" f''" k'v nl Uik rale cf which the cans or milk are set for n splendid dinner, which had IIIIUUU1 ItVTII .iiij t.l tllY ) HI been propured by tho ttood ladles. ED DEAL'S NEW PLAN. old American scheme is no This 40 tmr n.rit of the fU.. I'll Kentucky Hickman, doubt a great improvement over let ti fnrin will b, lour' d Lo"1 Tmttphonm No. 20 Hon. K. !. Deal, of MlssUntppI ting the cans take caroof themsolrcs, !i,i''r' .. , 1 l11! l NOTICE I I j Ill Ruiua ui tl ln.a rr but It would seem that, while one is county, Is tho orlulnutor of n now AC ., nt ISH"'" about It, it would be as well to secure Bchunif, tt n J much chcnjior, too, for All parties who are Indebted to us .... .... ..n v. nra !iUi one of the many excellent tubular or iliKRlng dltcliott. Slicks of ilyuamltu for their summer supplies are retlDlr,1 in borrow. r of other milk coolers whereby the milk uro put Into tho (ground tho tlupth quested to come' forward and settle. full or Is cooled virtually instantaneously to tho ditch In want d. Thiy nro ut Please don't bring any excuse, but ouo your In ",lc J within two or three degrees of the wa about thrco feci part and can ox bring the CASH for there Is no Irtlnl pajm.nt .ft,d'ith rifirti p ter used. ,ih. It the water pump Is set going, be It fund im far n th it ditch Is wnnU'd excuse with corn selllno at 50c to year. tlu in. f ' by hand or power, when milking Is In IctiRth, and wlj on nil aro placed 60c and cotton ai 6c, u lliAU I 1 ou paruiii u,s commenced, a far better result Is ob- tlioy aro not off (it onco. Tho dirt Dcttersworth & Prather. .vw- "SI'KADI.IN. O. tained than when the cans are sot in Is blown out on Juch sldo for about M-l iiwn i4 a tank, where the cooling is muoh thruo foot, nnd li dopth as low aH loi slower, evon if the milk Is stirred tno (lynnment is' placed. Tills Is a 0 If Its a swoll pair of panU you occasionally, which is but soldom 1tV' much quicker way to die a ditch nnd want, try Schnilc Subscrlbo today. done. Of course it is dealrablo to have a a erout deal cheaper than Bpado nnd tank with cold water in which to shovel. Denton Ucmocrat. place the cans when cooled, but aa tho pump has to bu used anyhow this requires but little extra work. The Farmers Gin & Grain winter. 1 -m Bransford & Andrews Jewelers and DOCTOR BLACK'S E, Y E WATER Cowgiirs six-Inc- s y 25 lr 1 11 iplii-c- l d . 1 I" -- w's ,, .1-- - ij bcm1 . 0 O Tho campaign liar can now tako a rest. His calling has gone upon tho shelf for tho time being, at least. Co. is in the market EVERY DAY, except Sunday, for cot-to- n and corn,, at the market CHRISTMAS IS COMING! Bite&c Colds, Chapped Hands. Frost prices. Alo Coughs. O O000000000000Oo o o Tho Courier costs only ono o o dollar a year or lebs than 'i o o cents per week. Aro you u o o subscriber ? It Is too cheap o o to either steal or borrow. Sub o o scribe today. Your llionoy re- - o o funded, it not satisfied I I I o O000000000000O Ono of tho bout methods of keep- Iiik tho poultry htiuso warm In win tor at small cost, la to keep tho floor littered with dirt, put Btraw, hay or leaves to tho doptli of from threo to six Inches. This protects ugalnst loss of heat and prevents cold currents from bulow, and max ulso bo used to scuttur tho grain In tp keep tho fowls All these, and many othcii ailments of this Urug need treatment. This calls for Standardized which can be obtained at all hours, correctly compounded, and guaranteed in every respect, at season THE HICKMAN DRUG INCORPORATED. CO. uctlvo. ' rof HOW UVWO in thU THE HICKMAN COURIER. As Commercial A BLUE MARK HERE mrn thstha yoor expired. IKinew promptly if Too wnnt tli pnpar to com to yoa after thin month Lfr; 7 13 the Team that Pulls Wagon up the Hill of Success, Tho Courier has a Spankin' Good Team. Brease the Rxlea of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up Lit nnin . itiun rtl westers kentooet NO. QU HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1909. bbtabhme" tmimr ihb Stylish November Millinery THE THBITD foiu C It OF THB TIMES Recent Large Purchases Bring Stylish Assortments, Affording wide Opportunity Moore a sharo of your I , , :- ir 1 Cj. I - of lllckmnn merchants aro boKlnnltiB to display their holiday Roods, which u Is nnother suro sign that Christmas the lllckmnn Drug Is not a great way off. Hov. C. H. Matthew, of Kenton, Tonn., will preach and lecturo at tho Hnptlst church, Monday night, Nov ICth. All aro cordially Invited to for Choice Selections We, at all times, keep a full stock and do not allow our line to become depleted in the middle of the season. Here are numbers of beautiful hats, in all shapes and colors, a display worthy of the patronage of every woman, both from a money-saving - nlRlit for Turin, i Hi father. Ho will 19 days. day" O I" Ijf (, 3 i f .In :j 111 i' . -' ' I I . .. 1. ngciu I .1. - Hum itir urn ol Memphis, aw! r 3 000 acres or tno J tn Mississippi county, ui"vw In"1' nl i and style standpoint. Co Jones, Ilepuhllcan, C24. For better ronds, they voted Uko this for them Ti:lr HCf l.-- tt National Hank, both of 205, against them, 462. en(r tnvc licm consolidated. Lr- fs disturbance In this. On tho faca of tho returns tho next legislature of Kentucky will bo safe( i iijl papers. ly Democratic, standing 2C Democrats O to 12 Ilepubllcans In tho Bonnie, and lit r . :s Texas, paper tuna 01 CO Democrats to 2? Itepuhllcans In out llivrw which, on tho House, with four districts yet to lt What bo decided. iiRh 80 pounds. ,, u :.tiri friends think of i n C o Th returns from Hickman county In tho legislative rnco gives V. 8. Moore, Democrat, C91 rotes, and Kd BsWEssBRJSSMBIsPr t Children s Cv.l.i0 Ready -- to- Wear Hats The line is very complete and should be seen. All colors, from $1.00 to Ladies and Misses' Fall and Winter Footwear. . y Hank &. rrusnjo. $3.00. The Trimming Novelties are very attractive flowers, gold and silver ornaments, bands, furs, plumes etc. E.P.REEDCo Rochester H.Y. ' j V K r.'ucklnn fooled would ,r Rucaa tho editor with o non, ruitor or mo 7 I. ir. .ual and ono of tho i It.-- , toners of tuo county, kit m C3 tjsm'-ss- , Friday. While .13, hi v.s.ted tha Courier office tzzut'd to permit an exchanga ijcpiihj It I said that tho municipal con test In New York cost tho contest ants from J3.000.000 to H.000.000. While these figures aro no doubt an exaggeration of the true ones, It can bo accepted as proportionally as near the fact. What a profit such races aro to tho independent voters. Shapes in all the approved styles and mate- The assortment embraces shoes of charming styles and character which we offer ai On October 22 It was calculated o thnt just of tho work on tho 'anama Canal had been completed. a com crop la officially risst-at 11:000000 bushels which This work added to what bto French t(ti '."j ta'.c at thu head of stales had dono since 1882 makes the canal s finished. Tho greater part lit cf t'- Mississippi. Last year' :l u l".'. &j 000,000 bushols and of tho remaining work Is In tho great k W.::, fit Id ever waa that of Culebra Cut, whero fifty steam shovH ,000,000 bushels woro els and fifty trains aro at work. K one-half Kc;--.4 two-third-1 rials.' BLACK BEAVERS-- A Full Line. $2.50 to $4.00 You will find the newest creations in patent leather, vici, tan, with short vamps, taper toes aud high art styles, at rat Tuj years Kentucky crop prices Is estimated at aver O Ladies and Misses Suits, Coats and Skirts Newest Zfall Fashions Moderate in Price You Need These Goods Now and It Will Not Pay You to Put Off Buying Any Longer Ladies Coat Suits A new lot just received, eluding a wide range or materials, serges, worsteds and wide whale diagonals, in the prettiest shades of the season, also popular blacks and blues in very smart style effects . $1 2.50 to $30 m Broadcloths, Ceverts, Cheviots. mmmmmmmmm tCt All new fabrics and colors, also a large line of blacks in loose and semisitting styles. The assortment is very large and the price range provides for every purse. . . $5 to $27.50 o declarlns himself a facr of a bond Issue rtl: 4 . fiucnt of thu country' ways and tho Governors lul ifs"7-cstales voicing assur es cf he r hisrty sympathy with ccrci rt for such Improvement, Pr i, TsU lar j J. A. Klllon, of Fremont, Informs us that ho has a crop of ryo sown SrpL 2, which Is now waist high in some plnccs and all headed out. This Is ono of tha unusual occurrences In farming In this vicinity, something entirely new In tho growing of ryo. Mr. Klllon Is somowhat at loss as to how to savo this crop, but will undertake to do so by grazing It. Union (; tint day cf thu City Commercial. t convention at Now O llfsu characterized by much If you should writo a check for less than $1 after January 1, 1910, you O will subject yourself to a possibility I t":nSja, Ky wan wroto tho of a fine of $600, or being Imprisoned f'f.iJcurcal as follows: "Wo re for six months In Jail. ProtestH by w - Jptd somo beef hldea to the hundreds aro being filed by merL'kc Wh-o got roturna. tho of all kinds, M iti r said on arrnunt nf thn chants, retail houses especially those doing mall order busl tariff hides have declined. i N'm day t received from our ncss, business men In general, agalnH M can n;ice that on account of section 178 of tho penal law, which 1909, and rCCt afff shfln. Iiml niK'fitirAil was approved March 4, which provides that no person shall t me day a shoo drummer make, Issue or pay out uny note, ae i1ck 1 asked him how la It check, memorandum, token or other tho rcc ct tariff has lowered $1.00. Wra of hides and advanced tho obligation for a sum leBS than Intended to clrculato as money or to of thocs llu saya that U n wn for the politicians to nns- bo received or used In lieu of lawful money of tho United States. f "Commoner, -l- lH ! Ladies Coats - O Her O lnt'u -- another sneclnl from Tin . K'buiuuiK 1110 now Kmtw, ,.f II,.. on "a cf I'... lWr.l...... kt..i 11 Conilianv am lii.rn ,i rum. - "iana that will ii.mi t it. st rT. ci i'i rond. This la a Bhort ' ruBElng frt tu DyorsburK to Tipton "a Lis bt.t.u in operation "Ufu an two yeurs. It has tllj bc- - nurchaBWl from thn campany. ami unnW tl,.. m.w n it Is almost certain that fa f 1 tho comlmr vnnr. II a great fuctor ,u th 1.1 or uko county, and wil -- " 0 WIlCIl It In rnmnUnl ll :s IhrougU onc 0f tho finest furm '"txt-ndey Unady t at least as far aa f 6S-- ;: .. .r. P SBC'1' h Ci8 rcM .... uu reeuuiiy .ooon h... i'omvhhct train, anu ... . u 1....... . .... S WW Pa3S(IIV.. ury heavy oil mm at T,ptonvtoi whlcU uom uuy and nlfiht." n n...l .... u ilVlKUl, ...II. will I'd rather bo a country editor nnd chase around tho news, beforo I'd bo a millionaire with wealth I could not use. I'd rather bo a printer with patches on my breeches, thnn bo n master of finance, with all my mind on rlchos. I'd rather eat my uiodeBt ease, meal, digest the same with than to sit down to a royal feast llko John D's. with n stomach-achTo romp, frolic with my kids around our cheerful hearth, with their uiotho for tho audience to help enjoy tho mirth, Is bettor than to movo about In high society, whero dress and Jow-el- s make life a mockory. TIs true, tho printer's cash gets short and duns come lu a hurry, but tho. happy fellow does not frot ho lots tho dunnor worry. Ho always has a conscience clear, a disposition sunny; ho knows that llfo has always Joy beside the chase for money. For tho molder of opinion is a happier man by far, thau tho man who owus a palace, a yacht and a prlvato car. Tho Lutollo Weekly Squirt. o style range is very large wmmmm comprising serges, panamas and voiles in plain and plaited styles. Prices from $3.50 to $1 5 Skirts Tne assortment and Misses and Childrens Coats and styles. mhmhhmhemh Prices range from . In. a11 tne n.ew colors, materials . . $2 to $10 Smith & Amberg a LYRIC THEATER ONE NIGHT ONLY r WIIHIIWMWMMIHIIM CTRAY LOCAL NOTES TAKEOUT... Down hill to Christmas. News Is mighty searro this week. Host Calico, Rc ft Wednesday, NOV. 17 PLENTY OF TIME TO BUY The Round Table E UUMING EVFNtc J AAAAAAtUAAAiUu4 You I.lko n - Nov. Miss IOti Montgomery Is vtalilng Lyric. at friends In Union City this week, I7i. . if .May 8 i ... str, f" . 'a l'r yard l'UKHKNTS Lou Streeter BROOK IN TIIK UlTUAI. Il..Y OF Ut'AMTV The R. A. Craddock ,iale, advertised for Dec. 15, has been postponed llHrkett's Dig Sato begins next Sat urdny. First conio, first served Do not miss Is. From nil reports, lllckmnn wilt have ten or flrttwn more nntos be fore this time next year. Mrs. Ilvbiunn Itoach, aged 20 years died Saturday morning after n linger lug Illness of teubrculosls. Miss Anna Leo Ilrown nnd Miss Mary Tempa Ilurnctt spent from Friday until Monday with Mrs. Arthur Shaw at Slate Line. jm m m m m r Nov. 22 "Th. u.M Tho resldnuco of Turner Adair, at Pulton, was ilostrmed by flro Wed- thol.yrlo. nesday. FOU 8AI.B: A No. I good work horso. Works to anything. (loo. T. ..' "'.' "wn 2t Mis MEADOW FARM LyX "UU, M' . tin -" t vswm mr- v.-nir- -j Until Dnylo has returned to Jan. 29"T,. n . Murray, Ky., after u visit to Mrs. mo Lyric. Kdgar Naylor. Fob. Ildna It has been officially declared that April 3- -Tho F,ghUt tho North Dakota Is tho groatcst war L hip In tho world. " l ITho Or, f II. l'AUKKlt A Irn (Iroon and Dr. O. W. Cdrlln Story of the New Hampshire Mills Nature's Beauty Spot HI'KOlAl. KUENIIIIY KLKCTWOAI. KPFKCTS WAIT, WATCH For our spent a few days last week on tho Ijiko hunting and fishing. Uecil returned to Pulton, Thursday, after n pleasant visit with Miss May mo Naylor. Ml mi Hrllno CHEAP COW FEED! MOONSHINE A AN UNUSUAL CAST Prices 35, 50 nnd 75 Cents Scnts on Sale at HICKMAN DIll'O COMPANY That reminds me when roasting a tut key stuff tho breast with pared sweet potatoes. Thuy get a fine flavor from the Juices. Lewis lift last night for Mary Denver, Colo , after a visit with her father, Joe Noonon Her brother, Albert, went home with her. . Holiday IN Announcement THE COURIER Oscar Salmon was called homo fro n O'llrlen's lindlnt., Tuesday, on nr count of his wife's Illness. I). Colo, of near town, has a baby boy at fits homo. Tho young man arrived Oot. 28th. O. new The Fulton Leader says that the contract for grading the Dyersburg SAYING "GRACE." Wo know a pious old farmer, living south of Hickman, who has Uio habit of gazing at tho ratters in his dining room when ho says graco. One day while eo engaged ho forgot himself and his graco sounded something like this: "We thank Thee, Lord, for this food and by Heck! there's that darned gimlet I bought from Will Johnston last Spring and haven't seen since. I'll have Jim get up there and get It. Thou hast been gracious to us, O Lord, and again wo thank Thee. Northern Railroad from Tiptonville to Hickman has been let to Little, the street contractor. A rumor that former President, Theoboro Koosovolt has been killed on his hunting trip in Africa was afloat hero Friday but dllllguut search failed to discover tho slightest foundation for it. A dispatch from! rhlladolphia, Pa., of tho Gth Inst, lays: After Mrs. Mary Schnidcr, ago IS, had commit- A Cincinnati special says that Olllo James found a $1,&00 pearl whllo eat ing raw oysters In a local cafo Friday Next Week Our line will embrace the Isaac N. Smith, ono of tho promt nent cltliens of Mississippi county. died at his homo In Wyatt, Nor. 1st Miss Ilcttlu Dollow has returned from a tin (lays' rlslt with Mrs. 1. Weeks, nnd other friends, at Ful ton. mixture of Hackle, Shuckt, Small Grain, of Corn, Silks, Etc, at 15c per wagon load, if hauled immediately, LATEST AND BEST HIGH-CLAS- S Amen." O ted suicide with carbolic add, her baby, a healthy girl, was born in tho hospital where tho woman had been takon. Tho physicians performed a caesarlan operation. Obion, Tenn., Is getting Their! Ilurrus Drasflrld, Metus I.ynn, Hoy Clark nnd Crltt Ilondursnt are spend Ing tho wvek at lieolfoot Lake. They loft Tuesday. at gin. J. F. & S.L.DODDS Go, ARTICLES Miss llnttle Anderson has returned to her homo In Jackson, Tniu ott t l.,. ter a pleasant visit to Misses Ilonnle Theatre on t and Kdna Carpenter. n-- I a. i a. j i! ,L. ' c ' i. :- -i , :'it UL.. 'i t". Resolutions of Respect. a hump on herself. Board Aldermen Whereas, Elm Camp No. 3, W. passed an ordinance toof vote on a O. W., in the death of Sovereign J. bonds, as auT. Riddle, has lost a good and faith- proposition of issuinglegislature. Tho thorized by tho last ful member, his family a devoted and loving parent and companion, and the community a good neighbor, Therefore, be it Resolved, That this camp tender its heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family. 1''. it further Resolved, that the clerk of this camp set apart a memorial page on the records for the purpose of reverencing the memory of our departed Sovereign, and be it further Resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be printed in the Hickman Courier, a copy spread on the records of this camp and a copy lurnished the family. H. T. BEALE, F. S. Moore, G. L. Carpenter, Committee. NEXT REUNION. April 20, 27 and 28 has been agreed upon as the datoVijr holding the FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING are $30,000 for electric lights and waterworks; J 15,000 for streets and sidewalks; and $10,000 to bo used for school purposes. bonds C. G. SCHLENKER li,.Ll,Llll..LlUl..l.Ll,..l.,: Mrs. It. It. Iluruotl and Mrs. Joo Itarpor left Tuiwday for Minnie., Tenn.. where thoy will visit their alt ter, Mrs. Dr. Chandler Mr and Mrs. Henry anil, baby, of New Madrid, Mo., drove up Sunday and' visited Mrs. Henry's father, K. K. Heeves, returning Monday. , !.... Ml 141, ft. 4M 1,1'' . .V r.., . 3 11 I.r I. II l..Vu. ... tlful setting si tbc fis. c! I urmt iiuia 01 .ir It iu.i.,,i. 11 pastoral play for t - t.L l 1... tiv . t. u .1 I . . I .. a af... ... next reunion of Conuderato veterans in Mobile, Ala. Nearly all of thu re unions have been held in the month of June, when summer heat prevails. and earlier dates were chobon by the committee this time in order that tho old Confederate veterans may not suf fer from tho heat during their annual meeting in 1910. O Threo Tennessee, newspapers, the Troy News DanncrL tho Obion Democrat and the Uiilln City Democrat have consolidated Ind tho successor, the Union City Dully Democrat, will This bo published at Union City. aggregation of brains and vim ought to get results. Can you write a song T Gov. Had-le- y wants a Missouri anthem, and will pay $1,000 for tub best one, if it Is good enough. J. S. Shaw, a merchant of Samberg, lost a pocket book Sunday while on RUSH CREEK ITEMS. his way to Union City, containing Miss Mayme McClellan is on the between $350 and $400. The pocket book was found later, but the money sick list this week. was missing. Evidently some one Dr. Henry Davis, of Cairo, is vishad found tho pocket book, took the iting his old home thif week. money and wOnt his way, having no Robt. Roper and family arrived further use for thu pocket book. Monday from California for a visit At 3 o'clock Saturday morning at to Fulton County relatives. his homo in Hazel, Ky occurred tho Mrs. Chat. Noonon has returned death of J. li. Daltou, aged SO years. home from Paducah where the an Tho deceased had been ill for about nual meeting of the Grand Chapter ten days of tho infirmities of old ago of the Eastern Mar was held. and thu end was no surprise. Tho Mrs. Lee Rose visited her siiter dead man is survived by his wife aud a number of children, among then and mother, Mrs. Jeff Davis and being T. D. Dalton, of Fulton, and Mrs. Bettle Roper last Thursday Mrs. Roper accompanied her daugh lira. It. M. Dennis, of Hickman. ter home. Cotton Is a freakish production Last Sunday afternoon as Mrs. Every plunter may plan for aud plant Lena Paschall was returning from moro acres than he did tho year prethe Primitive Baptist church, she vious and then come out with fewer met an auto just as she got to the pounds and bales. It is strictly a corner of Troy and State road whirh weather condition crop at tho proper frightened her hone, turning her seasons, and without this acros don't buggy over and throwing her and count. This is especially truo of the her little son out Most fortunately Fulton county crop this year, though she was painfully but not seriously high prices have made up lu a meas- injured ; her son escaped as he was ure for thu shortness of tho yield. thrown against his mother. She was to the home of W. B. Mc- Tho voto on tho good roads amend- carried disap Gehee near the scene of the acci ment to tho constitution is a went to the home of pointment to those who are interested dent, and later her ount, Mrs. Met Lunsford. lu thu betterment of Kentucky's high ways. A woeful lack of Interest bus been shown in many localities of Watch for tho' BLUE MA UK on which better thiugs might huvo been the upper right bund comer of your expected. Thero seems to bo a bare Courier. It is to notify you that your chance that thu amendment has been subscription is about to expire. No adopted, but it such proves to bu papers are sent out nftcr the sub tho caso It will bo by a close margin. scription is out. Mtadow-IlrooFarm b County Commissioner J. It. Mllner was hero from Kiuton, Monday, nnd JOHN HOLCOMBE CAUGHT. mado legal mile or landt lielotw Ing to especially engaged for tlr H. A. Craddock, Hob Chambers nnd Rnmiml A Norman cf 111?'! .1 John Ilolcombo, tho man who Jnmcs Clark. knocked L. W. Whltaker In tho head . with a piece of timber two weeks baby, Utthor Cur uanKrupicy, in Tho I. - .,. t -. if ago and mado his escape, was caught tin Griffey, dl.nl at the homo of Its at Mayfleld, Tuesday, and brought to parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moss Orlffuy, liabilities St . . ,. .i . . lllckmnn by Deputy Sheriff Onllowny of tho lower bottoms, Saturday, after are o nna mafni V, & i In default of a small bond, he was a brief Illness. Msyf lld Wool. u Miba placed In Jail to await his preliminary ' goal peiiiHin Tho ladles of tho Kmbroldery Club many months trial, which will bo had before Judge wcro entertained IJrldny afternoon, Naylor, Friday. from threo to flvcfby Mrs. T. T. As heretofore stated, both were em Swayne. There weru several visitors that winter is na far c" p'nyed at the Meugel Hot. factory present A delicious salad course oo a nuuiuer oi ,in It Is untrue that tbo men had troublo was month, and adtantaf- - sl:- -J t'13' served. crack-- lo game. over a on of good weather fir rr;i:-- f Tho big rooking rhalr occupied by Mr. Whltaker tolls a Courier re houses nnd barns pa c s porter that ho was not even acquaint' President Taft on tho aponkor's plat- washing or whatever c k r ed with his assailant. That Ollle Ed form here Oat. 2C(h, was purchased necosaary .eeiorw ' .t by Col. C. C. Mongol, and put In C. monds, foreman of thu department in which tho two men work, asked I,. Walker's offlco nt thu Hickman Surh a revrssl oi ri. -- . .. Whltaker to loan hltn threo dollars, factory. tuvftj which ho did. Later Ilolcombo, .bo nrecedented In th t " u " A special term of court was called bad seen Whltaker produce a roll of nt I'nlon City Monday to try tho hunl won In coutiU 3 bills, cauio up and asked Whltaker dred under Indictment In Oblou coun- ocraU1... ...i . 1. vf ars . to loan hi in otto dollar, as ho wanted ty I for night riding. Tho defendants cuiibiuviii to order some liquor. Whltaker told Include tho eight men whoao dunth Hepubllcanlam. lillcombu that ho did not have one sentences for the alleged murder of tnJtfl'3 " . ..r tli tu dollar In change. Tho only evidence Capt, Quenten Itanklu were roversed I, UU, tlie pool la tM ' llo.lde of angor shown by Ilolcombo was tho by " tho supremo court. prlso. "Aud Just to words, "you could get tho change if horrid tt!"",3 bo-t- hoe I'enry says Cook could not have they'll you wanted to. You'll bo sorry that all chatigo to gorg you did not let mo hnvo it." Tho succeeded becauso bo could not havo . ...,.i i ?rs r;-noon hour came and paused. Just as traveled 40 miles In tiny otto day, but Tiw. i.itiinriia jiiiu-- Whltaker wont to tho clock to punch claims ho went six mile farther. Also In session In flrotnf4 Trw ' In and go to work again, ho was that Coolc could not havo mado tho week. Appolntm n' struck from behind on tho head, tho trip in tho time claimed. Cook start until next Monday af blow rendering him uucoiibclous for ed a year ahead of l'cary and got ., i., f.irlln ran tt: )':u . several hours. Doctors doubted his back with l'cary. So ho was two . . nt lowers years making tho trip and enl'ry recovery vory much, but ho Is up ' Joy Floral Co again after being In bed two weeks. claims to havo mado it In ono. Ilolcombo is about 20 years old, and catno hero from Graros county rr u.i . V n . ffl s'; l- .,. Na. A Million Dollars Back Of Bee what tho makers the Cole Manufacturing Co. of Chicago have written us. Pretty strong from n million dollar concer.n selling 60,000 of this one stove a year isn't it? Read it. Rememtcr the Original sold here only: "Yon are authorised to tell the Original Cole's Hot Dlast Heater thlt year oath meat rial' faarealee aver made Djr any novo mamuaciorcr. uur guarantee io very caaiemtr ei oura la the atove will hold (Ire with aolt coal from lo fuel over enr lower draft A savin? of baturday night untu Monday morning. atove of the same site, wltn aolt coat, alack or llirnlte. "J A uniform beat day and night with aof t coal, bard 2 Tnat Cole's Hot Wait will use leas hard coat for coal or lignite. apace beatlna given are pot.than any baae burner made every novo will remain absolutely wltn eamoalze se long at used. "J That the room can be heated from one to two r the "7 That It and will remain tmoko sod hour! each morning with the aolt coal or bar J coal one-thir- d "4-T- hat "6-T- bat alr-tlgfeed-doodust-prooput In rne atove tne evening neiore. "All we aak It that the tlove tball be operated according to dlrectlont and let up with a good flue. "(Slgata) COLS MANUFACTURING CO., (Makers of Ike OrUUel fateatsd Hat Bleat Steve)." O Cole's Hot Blast Guarantee Rs12 GUARANTEE T LAKE SUIT FILED. Suit wus filed Monday afternoon by tlio State of Tennessee on the relation of Charles T. Catos. ttttorney- - Engraved Calling An elegant yet inexpensive Cards Hickman Hardware Co. general, ami J. U. Caldwell, district attorney for the. Four et nil, Judicial circuit, ugalnst the Wost Tcnuesseo Ijind Company, W. M. Wilson and heirs of N. A. I'attorcou. This suit was brought for tho purpose of declaring the charter of tho Iniul com pany void, enjoining tho laud campany front exercising any control or owner ship over Keelfopt Ijke. und declar- lug all outstanding titles void, and to Hectare the Ihko to bo a public fish and game ruiiirvo. under tho con- trol of tho stuto. ' O CHRISTMAS GIFT One your friends will appreciate Sec samples and get prices nt 0 THE COURIER OFFICE N Ilolcombo was in Woodland Mill Suuduy, DOINGS AT DORENA. for Sale Wcrkingmen's From tic Fulton County Capitol AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA day, Guy Hall wont to Wolf Island, Sun- SOME COURT NEWS. Next holiday Is Thanksgiving. Joo Pollinmua and wlfo aro visiting In Bast Prairie, this week. A ntovlntr nlrllirn nlinnr will lm given at Locust Grovo next Wedncs day night, for tho benefit of tho II LAST CHANCE Look, this is your last chance to sell your Lois ! Real Estates Mra. Kniinlo flliaw to V. T. Handle, iota in woat lllckmnn, $1230. West Hickman y buy. Lota - Joa. M. Ilolar to Mra. MncKln Wnik. or, lota In Woat Hickman, $1,100. brary Henry Raner to IIollln in uiu .Mickman. I7r.n KirV im. J. D. Pickett and family visited at. !,ur:pert ":... .. ., Hi you can TERMS. Medley, Sunday. OLD SCRAP IRON I m-- Y I,, t, .4 the Oil Hill. G. B. Bond. w mTE " ffople only. Hollla Kirk to 0. H. Wnlknr. Int. in weal lllckmnn. better, Wo aro glad to report Jack Whlto will be in Hickman until J. innn, iiona-- II. Ilrockinan to O. a. Vnn rrmn Tnvlor. ln In iio to W. I Addition, $200. O. II. JJond Mrs. Dick Ilryant and children toturned homo In Bast Pralrlo, Satur dny, after n visit with Mrs. Polhamus. Mrs. Ada Mnddox In on tho sick SURVEY DEINQ MADE. n. r .f i tt lt .r d , Ifltl Chris. Lcdwldgc fjlj. iI.. ' !. ti fifll fllMlllt com acros laud, $1,500. ix S liptouviiiu anu -- J. J. C. Ilondurant to H. M. Pnwlu. .Nortlicrn Railroad, S3 acres land, $2,CG.C6. tliaii balf com' .f B.t upected to arrive In J. H. llrown to Martha Jordan. lntn Bait Hickman, ICO. ti.i.1. luo uuxt week. s J)or, surveying a .... Wlunullo lo iiicKiuau K. W. llccvcs. of Tuhn. Okln.. tn B. B. Itcavca, lot In West Hickman, $130. list. A party will bo given at the home of Mrs. Dora Whlto, Friday night, In honor ot Miss Jennie Whlto Doomas, of Fulton, Quite a number of our young plo went nutting Sunday. peo- - for the Purpose of buying Ten Car Loads of Old Scrap Iron, such as old Binders, Mowers, Plow Points, Wagon Tires, Stove Iron, or, in fact, any kind or any amount. I will pay the Highest Market Prices to Leo Vane. 9G i nr j lis ,r n cf i it x . Circuit Court. up with our Tho following aults have been filed 1'uo ur ,i n l.s.i.' e, u tho uioana of do- - since our last report: Ua cast of construction. W. J. Barry ts. II. F. Ilctnlr. Ad. :.J tt.ii Information will mlnlstrator. Appeal from Judge Nay. L. ' COlUpieiCU, CANDIES THE FINEST LINE EVER BROUGHT TO HICKMAN IS NOW ON DISPLAY AT- tjkai v. g Ic u short ilcie. o MURDERED. f lor's court. llros, vs. C. L. Held. At tachment suit appealed from Hick. man Police' Court Blllson County Court. RAPED AND I'. J. Front, Administrator for Chas Front, deceased. It will bo remem bered that Chaa. Frent woa killed a(ti..a ruviaicu tuo lact. mai In a cyclono tn Arkansas somo months ui i.U lli'j a'.oru a fuw nilnutes ago. U-- I. b. fi .!.... store, at Cairo, was i c.;i'.7ii and ravished lu nu a Cj usidtuco section of tho tn Tu suay uiorulug. A gag a Lc; us '.!!, tuurkw upon her t i J II at mIiu hail Imiuu Ut.JUUr wrists boro marks and bur clothing .tg plainly that a dou-cr- : jitt, i LsJ tutu committed. Tho auo showed that tho :1 iiJ j drm i:rd about kuvcntv- I:.. (,.i ttt. lutraucu to thu iLi tin Lav uion hur back. ut iv ;i u-- r, uud hur parasol .. .. MUU II... M VI.VU .....I 144W I....1..... WUU 1.J It had boon used J i.. ia uvr iori lu ueieuu it l uiiki -- At tho rigular session of tho coun ty court this week tho following fidu ciary settlements wcro filed and ordered to lay over thirty daya for K. II. Ucnno'tt, Guardian Coleman. Mrs. Jcssto Ilrucr, Mlsn Kffle Uruor. for Ilesslo Jones' Cafe Don't Fail to Call and see the display Tho following loiter was rccclvod by C. L. Walker, President of tho Commercial Club, from Gov. A. E. WHUon. It Is self explanatory: 'I havo Just received two excel lent photographs of tho exercises at Hickman. Tho pictures aro very In teresting to mo, and I wish to com pliment you on tbo most excellent arrangement niado at Hickman, and on the magnificent turn-ou- t to greot for same delivered to the ICE & COAL CO., also pay highest market prices for Old Rubber, such as Boots and Shoes, A surprise party was enjoyed nt Old Bones, Brass and Copper. Don't wait but bring it now tho home of Mrs.,'Pcarl Mnddox last Friday night. A good crowd attend while you can get the CASH for something that is no good ed and all report a good tlmo. to you. You will always fincime at the ICE & COAL CO., GOV. WILL80N WRITES. V Hickman, Kentucky, Mcsdamrs Dyassea and Hall visited at Medley, Sunday. ' W. E. McADOO a, jl aj. Two weeks til Thanksgiving. U-u- ..k , Guardian for Tho following fiduciary settlements woro confirmed: Y i i. uio pruwoua uvumug C. C. Smith, Guardian for V. A. ipiar uiJi a friend, ilUi Ella uw ttupjoyvd at tho atoru. Georgo. 'Mt .e it at llnltiri ill h.ir hnfllM F. 8. Ilutlor. Admr. of E. D. King. ivl.i our to a car, which aho Wcs, Ilrowdcr, Guardian for Kath- tax iLrt.u, block around rlno Urowdor. scr (ro&i her homo. That wa J. T. Underwood, Guardian for Gcor mi ot ht.r allvu. gla Underwood. Hi-x- tho President. I had a very hard tlmo personally. I had Intended to welcome, tho President at ease, but was urged to write something and finally did wrlto something, and then forgot to uso my glasses and left unsaid tho things I most wished to say, and really struggled with tho matter until I throw tho paper away and attended to business In the usual mai nor; but If tho Governor's part was not all that It ought to be, the part which tho peoplo of Hickman had In this matter Is a great honor to them and was a credit to tho State ot Kentucky, and I wish to give my warmest congratulations to them on tho great public spirit and splendid demonstration given At Mills Point." O A On the Streets Big Sale at Heard Sheriff Seat left tor Crutchflold yesterday. Mrs. Carl SchmldtVas a Union City visitor yesterday. Barrett's. Berry Stubbsspent Sunday In Ful ton. est florists I represent Joy Floral' Co., tho largIn tho souttyH. E. Curlln io ...r.l ,iu EPlt . ..1..I.. t .. uI Mrs. Step Fluids, Guardian for Way Itwiiu kill UVUUl UlbUt ni'trnlnr Itaivv rnlti lintl mond Coleman. -- .'flti tnirbu .... II... t.r.tiiiul 11. T. Davis, Guardian for Sadie and Sherman Hoon S. A. Wllklos, Guardian for Hoy nine. . r: itv nrui tK.,.. .....1. a u'.ri Thomas. ... ntii 111 iiiii i l... T. A. Prathor, Administrator of W. M. Bacon. .....il. S. A. Wllkliis it T,nt)'MUth irtaatil ....I irrl Guardian for Hoy uud I'oular Thomas. S. A. Wllkhra, Guardian for Hubert a.. iU bunch of sportsmen, "tho Dlue Tho will of Delia Champion, Wing Club," of Clarksvllle, Tenn., was admitted to probate passed through Hlckmun yesterday, lake,' for a ten days' John Jones wa4 appointed overseer enroute to the stay. Thoso In tho party were Yates of tho Ucech Grovo road. Morrow, H. M. Dunlap, J. B. Dunlap, It. J. Pickering. IL; M. Caldwell, Dr. Tho Entro Nos Club was delightful- Whltworth. Ed Clark, M. II. Handle ly entertained by Miss Eilso I.uten, and W. E. Nelson. Saturdny nfternoon. After playing Hov. Mathls, of, Kenton, Tenn., will Hook, tho club game, tho members tried their fortunes with candles. preach nt Poplar Grovo next Sunday Dainty refreshments wcro served, af- morning. In thojovcnlng he will lec ter which tho club adjourned to meet ture on tho "Ups! and Downs ot Lifo." with Miss Mngglo ,Leo Ulce, Nov, 13. Everybody Goaldcr Johnson (has been confined to his homo for tlo past few days. Invited. L. P. Ellison riiado a business trip to St. Louis, Monday. a !.... i wvu U y w lt i. .i wiullar to Uio gag lutiuuutuiui ..I a a .1 - .. furv A 1 "im ,.! mum i... UVUU . but tdjourucd uutll moro w.tuvi UUU iUU ovi- - . itr It.. ibvui imuicuiaioiy oiictcu - v. f ,wu ior mo couviciiou tfc .... rWaterproof Wllklns. -- Geo. Millet has' been on the sick ference. list for severaldays. John Russell andMIss Mary Orace, Mrs. S. M. Hubbard Is visiting In both of near Wlngo, wero married In Nashvlllo this week. Fulton Tuesday. A. M. Jonesone of our good Cayco County Attorney T. N. Smith, who friends, wasIn town yesterday on underwent an operation In Nashville, business. will be able to. return homo next week Miss LotilsoMcConnell, ot Route 3, Mrs. Adams, of TIptonvIHe, formerIs tho gues'of relatives In Blythe-- ly of HlckmanIs tho guest of Mrs. vuie, ArK. Hattlo Carpenter and other friends FOR SALE: Good team of horses, here. for cash. Apply to A. S. Barkett, In Now watch tho prlco of somo of West Hlckoian. this old swanmpy land Jump up when T Mra - AT TTntfl rjatilrnrwl frnm Vnoll tho railroadsurveyors drive a stako It. vllle, Sunday, after visiting Mrs. Jno. on Casslty for ten days. Mr. Stltt, ot Denver., Tenn., has ac cepted a posltjon as assistant teleMurley Roper, wlfo and children, ot near Woodland.Bpent Sunday with graph operator at tho N. C. & St, L. office In this city. J. R. Brown and family. Just at the tlmo you need them, we Ira Jones and wife, of San Franhavo cut tho prices on winter goods, cisco, Cal., arrived In Hickman Sunday, and aro visiting tho former's shamefully. A. Barkett. brother, Percy Jones. FOR SALE: Framing timber, side Hickman's Commercial Club may walk lumber and sawdwhlto oak bo dead, but tho president Is still posts. N. J. Corum, HlMtman, Ky. 22tfc allvo. Why not Inject a little ginger Into tho membership? Rev. J. W. Waters Greenfield, to attendkho anual for con- j( THE BEST At tho lake this week: Dr. J. M. Hubbard, II. N. Cowglll, wife and son. J. T. Stephens and wife and A. M. Tyler, wlfo nnd son. They will spend the wock thcro. W. I. Harris, of Fulton, accompanied by his wife, spont last week In Hickman In tbo interest of tho Columbian Woodmen. While hero bo organized a class ot 1G to take the degrees in that order. Boots and Shoes TRADE-T- he Hiirrcu uairo tun urumi tuuruur. her itUtiir. Mrs. . il ... m, ul... uill UUL U11I1W iiur. nuu .11.1 hwnm.. . t .v uiaruivu UVCUUBO OI mo u "u Bin last ovoulMj MPWr, Ucaubo Mho occasionally "ism wiui a iriuud. ' llrl Uwd With LOlflll-lT---tO -... Jim. uui - ... Are the Chrome Elk Skins MADE IN HIGH GRADES FOR THE BEST Tan nnrl Pnrl nil r.t nnir 11 ... late shipments are here, in Black, o nn The fruit and candy stand, owned by Georgo Osborn was totally destroyed by fire Sunday night shortly after 11 o'clock, at Fulton, and Mrs. Osborn's resldenco was damaged to tho extent ot several hundred dollars. Fifty thousand dollars for n Btory forty-twthousand words Is now the high recorW This Is the amount Peary will rectlvo from Hampton's magazine for tho story ot his dash to tho polo. Contracts have beeu signed and tho story will run serially for tho next eight months. of o " uuelo bl lloldcu" lao Lrouk Korm" which will IL -- oi to 13 inch top, in the same material, see them in the show window. .5.00, 6.00, 7.50 Ci0J9 sJUU O CA O I.vHn 11 .. . -i tuning, Nov. 17. U that Weil Ntw Knglatid farmer lu ' m" and lU OUtr rlinruptor. u umuiu -- We also have the Boys and Youths in the Wear Proof Soles. The soles will wear twice long as the regular sole. We want to show you. Price fiA - limu.iilv vi Kuuruciur. I.. I. In illrnrt. In 'wnaium.Ba of purpoao ho U touutry gcuUemau, as lU " - Tuxuu nr full. All Shoes in this Store Are the Best No Plugs We Guarantee every Customer His Moneys Worth ltn him in llatutialilro. Tim i ura mactod lu tho play that tht., city mat, of today .M!W m ,.,, Tailor Made Suits and Pants to Order a Specialty Great assortment of Fine Woolens to select from. We want your patronage. - Gus Mooro nnd wife, J. A. Mooro, wlfo and children, Miss Carrie Ham-agBruco Powell nud wife, and Ernest Johnson returned Saturday from Rculfoot Lake, where they had spoat tho week lu camp on Long Point, hunting and shooing ducks. A most onjoyeble tlmo is reported. Will wo ever get walks ou Carroll street, south of tho wagon factory or will tho folks who are compelled to go on that side ot tbo stroot continue to wado mud and slush? Wo havo not attempted to learu who owns this property for It doesn't matter but they Bhould build walks, who over they may bo. to .Nafun. i.. . nuIi bold tho uvu u wuy ub. . .. 10 vV ' b0Ut"il' 0UJ tru kind V m ...... ,.ii ".uioiijr woriuy, ttwr tUouBut of luau 10 7 "lim -- o ""Mupwto- lFlour. THE CASH SHOE STOREIE. C. BICE &c CO. J ii Troubled with a cough? A hard cold, bronchitis, or sonic chronic lung trouble? There is a medicine mauc i r ju these cases Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Your doctor knows .,11 nimni it Ack him wlmr he thinks of it. No medicine ever take the place of your doctor. Keep in close can fniirli with him. consult him frequently, trust him fully. No alcohol in this cough medicine. J.C. AuerCo..Loweil.AfasZ AVer's For Coughs and Colds 1 I Vfll I VMS 1 IIVH Winter is Old times nro sweetest old frtoniln tlio surest. nnd your How easy It U to ndmlrb people who agree with us. Drop tho reins of government oc casionally nnd lio n child with your children. These movements of sjm-pthy with their dollghts will deepen your Influence tnoro tlinn severo din clpllnlng and ho remembered longer 1 Coming! a live. Dose, only one pill. Till. Sugar-coate- . All vegetable. ACl uirccuy on mc Sold for neatly sixty year. Ask your doctor about them. -- Where Do You Keep Your Will and Valuable Papers? After one has exercised due prudence and care in making his will, ns 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 where it will be absolutely safe there is no charge for this service at fire-pro- of -- Hnpplness nud completeness In f It Is n supreme be bought. gift, tho free rownrd of diameter nnd loving, unselfish service A con stnnt nnd ceaseless responso to needs nnd clnlms of thoso about us lit simply living In tho completeness of It Is expression. It Is Joy, It H lift privilege. It Is participation In tli higher purposes of tho unlvcrso. It Is spiritual dovuloprucnt. Irving out going sympathy Is simply a divine at mosphero Into which It Is our higher prlvllego to enter. ennnot 11 stltutlonnl, holding sway at regular TO AILING WOMEN, Intervals, while others nro merely depressed by existing clrciinistanccs. A Little Sound Homo nro horn with tho blues, somo Ad,, Mny . 8uir,r,r , Ml" Hl aclilovo tho blues nnd others havn "lit. tho blues thrust upon (hem. Tho man No woman on, i, h , v naturally despondent Is more who Is to bo pitied thnn tho man who tins If tho kldmvH r ' k ,W!Mtt Inflamntory rheumatism. Though lss off In ih,. .. sun mny bo shining nnd tho breoto I kidneys are murmuring ami tlio wiioio earth re-- oouy when u, M Jolclng ho Is still bowed by tho weight Kidneys nnd HHJd, , . nf tlu tdues. lie doesn t know whirl nnd swollen in.i ' ''' Itv l . n ... nnd ho doesn't Mini inn eh. I y follow. Tlii. ... II . - --(tf ....1.III..M I III. t.l Hi IllfSUvBV IlllllllUUli IB UJ VUIIVVUV I " "THUHR fJOWl I 3 U; ut. aih pinto iu.chU nut wmoumca lo prnc uncKnoj.e, Is oiling also Make your home comfort- - tleo It. ...IVopIololl him Hint It nil, IttU.ll In i au. , " - : . V.. .nr.nlnfiil ..!!.. IIU IIHJIllll IU I... PU luwimuij minim imiuur n Vl nbleand cheerv by outfit- - nnd they nro doubtless right, but ho I mntlc pnln. When inc it with bricht. new fur- - i n't help It, . nud so ho goes inlong. Kidney snff ring e ' will . , v ' t I uiuo lierniiK' Illl a no uk iu II.... .... iiuur 11 inu, nnu - TO niturc and fixtures. n wiille Diuo oecnuso no nns io uio. sick kidney vl u v ,iy n -- 1. 1 nre displaying a new and complete line of home fur nishings at our Two cBtg Stores What Do You Need ? Sewing Clocks Machines Ten Things Baby Can Do: It can beat any alnrtu clock ever Invented waking a family up In the morning. THE- EEICKMA3NF OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY. BANK FLOUR Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00 "SANSPARIEL" "CREAM OF THE WHEAT" Sold by most grocers. Every sack or barrel positively guaranteed or your money back. Nothiog equal to it for fine pastry. Take no substitute. A less expensive but good flour is our high grade patent 'STAR." Try it Also corn chops, wheat bran ,etc. 1 C. H. BESHERS, (Successor to Beshers fie Jackson) MOSE BARKETT, Agent COAL! GIo It ii fair show and It can smash more dishes thnn tho most Industrious servant girl In tho country It can fall down oftoncr and with less provocation than tho most expert tumbler In tho circus ring. It can mako mora gcnulno fuss over a simple brass plu than tho mother would over n broken back. It can choke Itself black In tho fnc with greater ease than tho most accomplished wretch that was ever executed. It can kcop a family In ft constant turmoil from morning til night, nud from night til morning, without once varying Its time and tune. It can bo relied upon to sleep peace fully all day when Its father Is down I town nnd cry persistently at night when ho is particularly sleepy. It may bo tho naughtiest, dirtiest. ugliest, most fretful baby In all the world, but you can never mako )ta mother bellovo It, and you bad better not try It. It can bo a model nnd charming In- taut when no ono Is around, but when visitors aro present It can exhibit more bad temper than both of Its parents together. It can brighten up a house better than all the furniture over mada; mako sweeter music thnn the finest orchestra ever organized; fill a larger place In Its parents' breast than they knew they had, and when It goes away it can cause a greater vacancy and leave a greater blank than all tho rest of tho world put together. ' Dressers, plain and fancy Bed Springs Cots Wall Paper Window Shades Rugs, Art Squares Lace Curtains , Carpet Paper Smoothing Irons Heating Stoves Cooks and Ranges Iron Beds Children's Beds Granlteware Blankets, Comforts Mattresses Rocking Chairs of all kinds Restaurant Stools Children's Rockers Stove Pipe, Stove Buckets Chlffonelrs Wood Beds Bed Springs ato lead In prayer, llo hosllated a HlokiiHin, Ky -l 3 ll moment, then with trumbllng, but tack of kidney 1, 4 my back to t ,, r olenr. resounding voice ho snld: O Ixml, now that I have flagged tttmk. Ilrdii. i . s" felt The, lift up my feet from tho rough dnys tlrwl and fcm 1 . C ... to finish tiiv . i. rond of life, and plant them safely on the deck of the train of salvation. mg auoui ixmii, ... iu... .... mo use the snfty In in t) known ns ,1 xwwl a box i, , , jL prudence and mako all tho couplings wu """ In tho train with tho strong link of m i' ),:- love. Lot my bund Inuip be tho lllblo. ,0 'lo m h"u MK And. Heavenly Fnthfr. keep all the"10 i i .f. I..n,! nff mi aid-- ineonvenwire .vitt.... end mat lean's nidi t I I t Ings. especially those with blind mere man st z O Lord. If It be Thy pleasure, have in every semaphoreblock nlong tho lino used.' For sale y all deal t. Ma show the whitelight of hope, lhat I mar make tht run of life without rents. n Co, Dstfilo, X,l stopping. And, !.ord. give us tho ten for tho schedule. lork, sole sgrnts for tht Xtti commuudmonta And, when I have finished the run Stales. Remember th nme DouV Ion sohvdulo lime nud pulled Into groat dark station of denth, may take no other, the the Superintendent of the Unlvcrso . t.sx.i O . - a tea .i lun, cl rvm DAur. . sny, 'Well done, thou good and faith n'Jfl sign the pay mile from ton a.l ta ful servant, come and fit l roll, nnd receive your check for eter a flno one for tn.. k tt-- be sold on easy tcrui At t'utl nal happiness.' Ainoii. luprovemeats, This office. o the kidney n, i will return wh. n RAILROAD MAN'S PRAYER. tat n Hickman , i, employe was con Doan's KWney An old railroad Mrs. It I. i,, verted at a meeting, nud was asked O C l t- -i ' - lbl It ik' i,i j. U.. .t.l 1 Foster-Mllbur- ( Princess Dressers High Chairs Window Glass, all sizes Repairs Trunks, all sizes Stove CASH or CREDIT We Sell Furniture COAL! The Wise Mother. Now is the time to lay in your winter's supply of COAL. Don't wait until the cold wave flag reminds you of your negligence. Bon Air Lump Coal - - - Tradewater Lump Coal, - $4.50 - $3.75 Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam and Anthracite Coal, upon application. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. INCORPORATED. CLUBBING RATES. Make tho Farm More Attractive. ) The Hickman Courier and tho St. J..ou1b Qlobo-Democr(twlco-a-week- I1.&0 Both ono year for The Hickman Courier uud the St. both Loult. Republic $140 one year for The Hickman Courier and Mom-r.hl- s Comniorclal-Appca- l (Weekly), $1.25 both one year 'or Tho Hickman Courier and tho St. and Memphis Louis Commprclal-Appa- l three papers all 1.7G ono year for A The Hickman Courier and Hural Koute Dally Republic, (to parties ou rural routes). Al dally paper and a weekly paper, both one year for only (iwlco-a-weekGlobe-Democr1 You can do this by Installing a telephone You can mako the sur rounding on your farm Just as at tractive to your sons and daughteru as if you wore living In tho heart of a big city. Our excellent service and attractive "Farmers' Lino" rates aro not to be compared with tho bonoflts derived. Call tho manager. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company, Incorporated. O 1 -The Hickman Courier and Woman's FOIl SALE: One of tho best corNational Dally, both one year for only ner lots In Hickman now occupied The Hickman Courier and Woman'B by J. R. Hrown's mill; also a good Farm Journal, both ono yoar for only combined storo and residence. Tho 11.16 resldcnco has about 8 rooms. Lot Courier and weekly Is 22x100 foot. VU sell worth tho The Hickman Uoth for money. Call at Hickman Courier Louisville Courier-Journa- FOR SALE: A nice rcsldcnco, ouo block from Poatofflco. Tho house has 0 rooms, two halls, and two qorch es; In good repair and a very desira I2.C0 ble place. Call at this office. r l. 03'lj iiuo jo; ouo Your wiso mother Is not given to . worrying over trifles. Sho does not expect perfection In n day. And sho KENTUCKY GAME LAWS. has put from her, as far as tho cast Hkkmau, Kt is from the wst. Uie ghastly posslbll licenses Licenses. lty of sotting Unity up In tho room of Roonjs and Board Open seasons Deer. September 1 love. So sho does not begin with We carry, In addition to ourreg to March 1; squirrels, June lo to I attention to tho mlnutla of geeso and ducks, August by the day or wek etiquette, knowing that way lies tho ular stock, a large line of second Fobruory I; hand goods which are sold at ex IS to April I; wild turkey. September fortable roomi la a rcmerdanger of making hbr boys prigs and 1 to Fubruarv 1: woodcock. June 20 society misses tremely low prices. her girls Reasonable Rale 2 to Februnry 1; partridge, pheasant. they aro In their teens. Sho beforo 1; ciuall. November 1! to January lays down as tho laws of hor house doves, August 1 to February 1; otter, hold the brdad principles of rospect to beaver, mink, raccoon, opossum, No elders, rove renco for women , kind vember IS to March 1. iiesB for al, and sho permeates tho Fish Thore Is no closed season home atmoaphero with her finest confor fish. ceptions o( tho deforunco and tho sym Tho opening of the quail shooting pathy dud from soul to soul. Her Hlcknun, Ky. opens Monday, Nov. 1C, nnd upon children very early delight to pluco these cool autumn days, ou any of a chair for grandmother and to save I Htejis, They learn to be proud for tho service? Was ho ready to the roads leading out of town, tho father consequences? Was ho ready! familiar call note of the uuall ran be of that restraint, which enables them take the Sewlmj Machine to pledge unswerving loyalty to n hoard In the 'nearby stubblefleld or to keep scjlt In the background, and trap them runs lifter to defer io brother and sister. It new commander! In his own words wood. Hut don't shoot or wo find tho answer before tho penalty Is lifted. other. never enters their heads that servant O "Here am I; send me." are less worthy of respect than other The old Hebrew never regretted RURAL PHONEj PATRON8. people. Tboy aro unabashed In tho lasts longer thinny presence of wealth and power ns thuy the fact that he answered the call What visions were vouchsafed him The management ydt tho Hlckmnn other. are tender toward suffering and pov years. Upon his head Independent Homo Tolopbono Co., erty. When sho teaches them from lu tho after was placed tho circlet of divine pro wishes to announce that tboy aro tltno to time her codu of manners morebeutifulth phecy. It was ho who told of the now ready to make connection with und she Is careful to perfect It ac coming of the king "thu man of sor- - all country lines pu either sldo of any otKer. cording to her best Judgment nbo rows and acquainted with grief" Hickman. Tho company furnishes all tenches It for home use, nud It be whose careor, beginning with Ilethlo- - oqulpmont In the pity and connocts comes fixed by becoming natural. hum and ending with Calvary, should with your linos at tho limits fur SIC has eti vibration per lino and charges 75c a month for bvoutuully rcdeoni the world. than any other. There Is not a man or woman now tholr oxchango service. Seo A. W, The Test of Heroism. I living who may not enjoy similar Davis, Manager. J "Hero am 1; send mo." operate privuegu io mai wuicu came io isaia i's easier to These words mark a turning: point of old If, like him, they will consent THE WOMEN. any other. In a great career. They wore uttered than to respond when tho cull for service at what Is wont to bo tormed "tho comes. "Tho women aro more unxious ior Tlielr vision muy not bo liKo parting of tho way." They refer to his, but will lift tho soul above polygamy thun the men are," said I. mnre rer(ect the hour when un ancient llubrow, the things of earth, und show that Illshop Spalding, of Utah, Inst week, tlrrd of tho life which ho had been heroism nlnced to Its subllmcst test at n conclave In San Francisco dlo stitch than any other. living, and receiving one gllmpso of cese. Tho Illsliop wont on to say In vain. -"tho heavenly vision" resolved that cannot bo tested that polygamy In Utah has more re;tl.ebe5tofallcoo- honcuforth existence should bo somecruits among tlio women than uinoiig BLUES. ABOUT THE thing more than a barren waste. Ho tined in onc men and that so long as woman Thoro are times when tho average the heard a voice calling him to a new rnrr crit'lVf. ..... suf forage pro willed In that state It , careor. lie was not torn tnat mo new man bus tho blues, and then he wants riUL would be uttJrly Impossible to es... I.....I. i .1. pathway would be ulways strewn with ... ...ii. Ul Ul'lUll'U .. HUU UVUU.1 ... .. tuvu IU iUlK tablish IttWB tliat would result In the ha'j" - An flowors. Ho was not promised a per- bonus and to sleep In a churuul house mlygamy. of a ubolutlou of ennial greeting of smiling skies. Ho and to rldu In u bourse Instead IO- - in With some men the was simply Informed that his hour street-cur- . Drugs Hickman Drug Co. uowu us tho bluos Is cou- had come. Was he ready to enlist For LESS MONEY Than clny House in Western Kentucky ! There Is more catarrh In this sec tion of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was suppose! to b Incurable. For a great many years doctors called It a local disease. and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incur able. Science proves catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and there fore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufActurel by F. J. Chonoy & Co., Tollo. Ohio, is the only constltutlonkl Auro on the market. 1 1 Is taketl internally In doses from 10 drops It a teas peon ful It acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces of the syslom. Titer offer ono hundred dollars for any easo it falls to euro. Send for cir culars and tosllmonlnls. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo.O. Sold by druggists, 7Sc. Tako Hall's Family Tills for con- - Do You Carry Fire Insurance y J vr. Just th'Mc ' have in case vour cp)p'!r tir.- go up In im ne, '0 if itai I rleo" a policy ir cnt cl cv e panics you woa. i to ag.un put thf Don't you may be Ic la' itarth fi'h rsl t:'.trn rtaff (S H R. T. TYLER, Agent. 4 Cottage Hotel... Non-reside- ' S, Louis Fur. Co. Jilojfans tUny tFREE tFREE l tFREE rFREE you Rltll im .