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The Hickman courier: September 8, 1910 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 hic1910090801_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: September 8, 1910 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Section 0ne lucre local neari iirotmr taper In tbli ir lion "I KMIitUCkjr I FtLKS NOW LIVINO county will in Fultonthat w prim tan you than THE HieKMftN COURIER. Df SvcCBSS ThB The Hickman Courier From Mow Until Tan. . 1Q1L Onto 25c. Action 9nc A BLUE MARK tht acrlptton tan expired Itonow promptly If you wnnt the pftpwi to come to you utter thli montb mean your ul HERE nMlinjJL!!lJ NO. H VOLUME ftl 0 DI.8T PAPER IN WESTERN KENTDOKT Cawlu has a Spankin' Good Team. Grease tho Rxlos of Your Wagon, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE NO. 2UQ1 EBTABLIBHED IN THE TEAR HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, ENJOYING A VACATION 1910. lHni) Wright Gets Place, of Uio oily council wan 1. A Fnduy nlghl fur tho purioe of I ixia; tho offtcy of Chief oC Puttee, vacant by Uio death of Tom i .u j ii .Mj . 99 ji ili-r- Jr. wero fuur or five applicants and Jouu Wright, .u has been on the police force (or ,i lime, wan clviu the place. Tho xriu couceiitfua of oplulua U that louutil tuudu jiu tutfttake iu 1U t joii Mr. Wright Iium made aa Rood offleer u quiet. t L iibuiuiUy ii.u, feurlea young wan and liiUirtMta of the tow i Uio hSttrt. Il flu . i. - jWJ& tin- - unexpired term of Mr. LMi winch U about alxla leoutna. Uio (KMltluu, Large Showing of Boys School Shoes and Extra Pants ASSL I . )! i i 99 n ij Ul :- it ?ftK,:(CTFSissJ, I BBH rAVC r"fj!v il f? v i " i 'ill i tut tKjtitf Hum past Illakitiau t of being Uiit bwat, loneed maid tWWM i,i bition, and officer Wnaht wy Inatm u j ilttuibjf havo Un ,.uu in thkt good work. Nut only . uv. wi hum leaver uiuor, boi us wot UWHr I , , littM tolleOHfd jroan Hwn tar s lit Uttt past u fit year provtoua. Wn predict . AtU oouUuue. 1 1 v.s. CKatlSBSf- 1- r, ihr 11j'V-r-!T- W to xS NO PLACK LIKE HOME. . nut the firU of Mil ywr, alt taxm wfll be "puM to Mayer it iu LMIloa instead of CItW WHskt, ' A will tun payln: a tklrri i i r i j Business, fan 'f f II W' which will appeal strongly to all parents who have boys to make ready for school. We are better prepared than ever before, at this season, to fill your needs, having already received the larger part of our Fall stocks. All the late styles and new materials in all qualities, single and double breasted, knickerbockers light, medium and heavy weight. I 9 9 9 1 99 9 99 n Prices from Straight Pants Suits EXTRA PANTS 2.50 to 8.50 1.50 to 3.50 J In Banking 19 ami Mr. Wrnjfei will tm9 all tiut do to took altar Ma t .i poUcw duttaa. ar 'court i .t all liunrttlw and make you .Shi, WfiurutM aad olnnfful. ltrle .Sold by Ma )uu tea an aafear. auviak ug and yo am dull. Ur4 awl ntrifMl K la a aloi o afarwicliYoa alMMM not uuvbirU or oMIla Mr to ward olf i auack. 1IBR- b offwra you lira Mp ftw mm4. dttriru) la HwtarM awnn, drtva - fl llkkmiui l)ru& Co. If you dun't watt Tto buyalt.and bouh" t ok. any a ay. You tntsbt ihliiS you anU Hickman r"ur. Co. NVw Novoiuber 1, Uio govorninont gat Into the banking buslnuBS HNOtltar iHfrlnnemont on a ocutlon Um or tta atUaana. Not only Udo, but they will iwty 2 jmr cent interest on PrMiaM Ikilrd, rtolallHg looal ixMiiti, which meauM that prlvato law. (1h1 108. ImnkltK InetltutlonB uiurt also pay Ilanra JoniaH, mm aa abeva, 0S Intereet on time depotdts of 3 pt'r cent to get the buelueaa For many JIm JokHixn, carrying OHaftll Uie gortmimeut tuta bon In tbo daadly wrfiiiw, flad $M and 10 Job prinUng bualnuea, Hiving Uio lUya In Jail. prlnlor tho hot end of It. It had Clay Ttoytor. brvneh of Uio peucxi, Jiut aa wull oiiHaso lu Uio grocery and dry gooda buetnues, ao far as tho flwrtl I1IJ8. falmota of It la, concerned. Tho "TtariT"lv fennylng oasoeAliir bankers who havo bovu patronizing waaiKtwa. fllld H. the govornmonl Job prlnUng otflooj (or rather a private office In Ohio IUmloy anitaaml In Jud to wrwr bHru of vfufellRg rky orUtowiww: wHl op-Uo- ti MM er il'Z ol?ifectlo7? toot report, th following On We are showing our entire Fall line of Knickerbocker Pants. A great range of patterns, at It 50c to 1.50 Serviceability should be the first thing considered. We think we carry the best : l: - u:.j iitic in i iiiivmaii, i tic vxiuci) JJUll WUk. :- ii 99 Boys Hats Boys and Girls School Hose ! s, yr ii . . J! I 99 99 A new line of novelties at $1 to $2 BOYS CAPS Blue serges and cassi-merenew shapes at 25c and 50c The "Meteor" at tl r"jt and 15c 10c or. f X 99 A Y Boys and Girls School Shoes Come around and let us show you a line of school shoes that will wear, and at the same time are neat in appearance. The " Eternity " brand, made in patent, vic'' bX CB,f &Tld gU? mCta1' in b.lucher .and button slyles for boV8 and 8irl both large and small. Priced according to size, from v 9 man rtHMtitly aU 01 Oeware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury. alUlng. PrvMUH. a t of cuurao, tbru waa ho moru a MMrmry will windy deatroy the . jiu arotitid Umku. aaa of ntMll and completely Uw whole ayatom whow enter-1- 8 K tkrouah the tutioow lurfncttt Kli bato Iroui fl (o IS a Uwwaa&a' a ltd woept nrtiek'a should nHT be uiw?d oh preMriptlona from reputa-Wfrom oar , i a brlUT iblnKlti direct rrlclatni. na tliu dnmage they . il Yalta . Kirk Ulilnglo Co. fold to the good ou will do la dvrlvo from thwa can ixuaibl) llall'a OtUrrh Curo nianiifactured by a V J Clu'itey & Co . Toledo. O., LAND FOR SALE. o wercHry. and la taken Internally. aotlHK illretl 1 acres of and immcimm aurfaoiw upon the blood have of the ayatein. Cure be Fulton Co. land listed for sale, In b4iy1K Hall'H Catarrti It la tnk-- n ur yim net the nnulo. mostly bottom land, above Internally BHd made In Toledo, iihlo. by V. J. Cheney & Co. and below Hickman. Alsoi free. Sold by all drtiKclsta. 70a, some West Hickman properand Taku llull'a Family rills for Yrk ixrs of corn at sew e tn con-taht- 10,000 brmk of it w1Ui the printer Wo are glad aomobody will bo In a posl tlon to sympatlilxo with us. Tho 9 prluito printing otflcoa in tho U S vny enough taxes to malntulu Uio government's competition to their 9 Now if Uio Kinks pay Imatnees. 9 t enough taxee to the 2 ikt o!it offerwd by Undo Sam on hb savimai bunk bUHlnotw. It ought to nake enay anlllng for him In his now 9 venture. . off-eu- Si! 'How havo'aUiiiTnwI! ! f! 11 Other lines at lower prices. to If SMITH & AMBERG Timber Toeu-iiHMila- ty, and a few hill farms I guarantuo all plumbing and tin nlug I do. If tho work don't come you up right and I can't out-talwo will cheerfully do Uio Job over-J-ust llko any other pluuibor. Cotton k School Announcement. Wanted, Clarence Samuels was serious Iv hurt ono night last week while work- houses and lots- - liberal terms. Now is the time to A lot of people coma homo from only buy land. Values arc lower Utlr vacation oonvlnoed thatknowl- flnlH! that hi Ht iMhk in Fulton County than any- etlise of wliero not to ho nox mini- where else. Will surely in- mer. crease 25 per cent in the Mra. Mnrunrat OralB and Nell Call next twelve months. Hunt mturncd to Covington, Ky . and let us show you what we Sunday nftarnoon after a two woeks have rlalt with .Mre. Iin Naylor and Mla Swhii Naylor. B. G. HALE. v ' ' ' : : : ; ; ; ; ; ; Pointer RECAPITULATION- Mo. 4 ; ; ; J A distribution of its stock. J '; - ; : A Director in each neighborhood. ' ' : ; ; : ; : J Interest paid to depositors in its Savings Department. tj Its "loans to be made at home. J ' ; : ; ; ; ; ; This outlines the policy of THE PLES BANK. PEO- ing on a boiler at tho Meugcl plant Ho was putting Uio man head bark, I am now In tho market for all In addition to tho regular course, and losing his balance, fell and hit Ilickmau College this year will havo kinds of hard wood logs and stand- his head on tho blow-of- f valve. His ing Umber on N. C. & St. I,., 1. C. skull was thought to bo fractured tho following Bpeclal courses: and M. & O. railroads. See mo for a Umo, but ho Is Improving fast. Vocal and Instrumental Music. soiling. J. W. WAKD, Hickman, Poor Married Man. French. Ky. lOctp Don't let your property go withGorman. out Insurance. Its poor business. Creek. See Kennedy tho Insurance Man. Ifefora a man Is married ho Ib conKlocuUon. Tho following Hickman county sidered a fit co ni ia nl on for any woIlookooplnkg. teachers havo charge of schools In Miss Jusslo Henry visited in Unman, but oa soon as ho Is married Shorthand. Fulton county this session: J. C. ion City last week. he Is thought to bo dangerous, exTypewriting. Sugg, at Pal)Uno, Mrs. P. A. Mooro cept wlieu his wlfo la along to withPenmanship. at Liberty; Miss Suo IUunor, of MosCourier from now unUl Jan. 1st, er him, wijh ft Hickman benedict. And advantages of tho now library. cow, at Iloper Clluton Gazette. 1911, for 25c. over A man may travol tho world Tho High School Course Is free and come lnck nil right, but nthouio U I'onaldercd u sftngo unless his to all pupils in Fulton Coauty. wlfo la along to control him. Young woiiiou are allowed to apend a great O, how pleasant It would bo to dml or their time with unmarried inuii, but If a married mnn wnlks a- - live in Paducah at this tluio. Ico Is long Uie aldewalk tho older mombere only 1C cents a hundred pounds and of tho family rutdi .and bring Uie when over n hundred pouuds It purchased It Is ten contB for a hundred girls In. 3XT pounds. Geo, some difference In that The married men must havo boon and forty cents. Tho cnuso of this guilty of some great wickednoss in reduation Is tho ico and beer fight the mist, othorwleo they would not botweon the Paducah Ico Want and bv looked upon with so much sus tho I'aducah Urowory. Onc-Ha- lf Mile West of picion. Innocent nmusamonta are F. B. Fmhllch, of Gibson county, planned for all sorts of peoplo exJZSLTSTu d for twenty years or more engaged cept married mon; it is gonorally On Moscow and Columbus Road that married mon aro so lu tho laundry business, has bought wicked Umt they only enjoy swear- Uio Union City Steam Laundry. Mr. Speaking by Hon. R. L. Barnett, Secretary and ing, drinking whiskey and chewing Fmhllch exchanges a tract of land plug tobacco. A great deal Is dono in Gibson county to Mr. Cummlngs Treasurer of the State Union, and other prominent by young womon to ontortaln unmar- for Uio laundry, Mr. Cummlngs payUnion men. ried men, but n married man, partic- ing: tho difference lu valuo of Uio ularly ir ho has chlldron, is a wretch properties. if lm wants to bo entortalned beyond George Dolvccchlo returned to Dy To Make Music Throughout the Day. allowing Uio childrn to climb over ersburg Friday after a fow days on him. business horo. Refreshments of all kinds, and a fine lot of barbecued Mnrrled women havo Uiolr aftermeats which will be sold at 30c a pound, our object being to Miss Lucilo Posey, or Union City, onjoy thomsolves noon parlies, and cover necessary expenses only. Is tho guest of Miss Noll Uondurnnt. but a married mnu la not trusted In We invite every one to come and enjoy the day with us, own homo Miss Ennio Nallling, of Union City, tho sacrod precincts of his whether you are a member of the Union or not. Ladies are there, is company; it is feared haa been vlslUng Mrs. D. T. Davis. if COMMITTEE especially invited. keep Uint even his wlfo may fail to Miss Noll Poavler, of Three States, acting up, and possibly him from was hero Saturday shopping. shooUng oomo ot tho guests. bo-for- o FARMERS UNION O SATURDAY, SEPT 10th bo-llee- MOSCOW, Jk. Brass Band istn EBE-5- fMetr Bftlll riJaJMaf ffi il'lliT lHJllliTligrflllllll ... . ill . . " K iJJtlfX, . tiffiNi Wkk rr ,r,j fejA Ji?2!T Figure it' Out. We clip the following from the Charleston, (Mo.,) Courier, and giro It to our rcadors to figure out: Acting Prosecuting Attorney Linn Haw received a complaint from J. Logan Busby, of near Aunlston, that locating a railsome Bunejore wx-rroad through his farm against his wishes and notified him to take steps to liavo the work stopped. It may bo that the Missouri Pacific Is again considering a Charleston-HickmaHue, or that the men were in the employ of the Now Madrid-Cap- e Girardeau road. In either cose the work may mean another line to this city. n Ahead of Automobile. The development of tho neroplano Into a mechsnlam of pracUcal utility In tho nrta of peace and war it oven more rapid than waa that of the automobile in IU early day. It scema only yeaterday that the atrug-gllnHerald was chronicling the rtrtt a few yard made by night of reM. Santos Dumont and today wo cord the Journey of nearly Ave hundred mile made by M. Alfred Ln Ulano within a purled of lone than 13 hours. It la only a few weeks ago that the first flight acrona the llrltlih channol electrified the world. This was quickly followed by a flight acroo and return, and now we have an American aviator making the croea ohannel trip, carrying m a paaeager his burly mechanician. While the accident to Melsaant's machine mars the startling record ha promleed to tnako between Paris and London, hie achievement e none tna lota wonderful In It promta of th possibilities of arlatlon lu the lmwcdV-al-a future Development of the automobile from a toy Into It preaent development wa sUmslated by brlnglug the Inventors of the world Into IntetBaUooal competition by the offer of prlxea and bonore In like manner the aeroplane ha been Improved. a&d I being pr fvcted through the International emulation of Inventor and aviator. The marvel of yeaterday la ftytag ha become tho eomioonplaee of today, and nearly every iiaue of the Herald feat ckroamlee eome of aviation. Tho deSaaae of Mr Molaaant of the strong wtnda Mowing on the BfcglUh channel and the fact that the conteal-an- t In thla long filial were Ignorant of tbo rwjtn sad steered their way by compose, brtaga avlaltoa more nearly Into Use than etur tMrfef with aetual navigation. Kvery day eihlMU snore advance In the actaMe and the art of aatlMg the air. asd he wemld be a bold man who would dare K At I limit te IU poeelMUtle la the Mornodl-atfutero. New Tork HeraW. record-breakino WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGO Need Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound Urookllehl. Mo "Two j was uiuvblr totloitny kind i f UH t to mills. M only UDOISFT 4 waste your time a Black Hen lays a white egg t. figuring out why 3-E- T tln IIUY tlu" i THE! If E! GrkSr rxin to li rin ir the Swain's Show Coming. The announcement of tho near approach of a big tented show alwujs air lies with It pleasurable anticipation of a temporary halt in the more serious walks of life, and gives a brighter hue In general to Ufes big problem. This applies as much to the tired man of affairs, to tho anxious mother of a family as to the youngster who would steal a ' peek" under tho tent If no other means were available to see the show. There is a lure in the crescendo echo of a brass band and the vibrant appeal of tho privilege men that reaches the carnival spirit Inherent In us all, puts us on edge and endows us with capacity for enjoyment. The famous W. I. Swain Show Company is billed to appear for ono solid week In Hickman, commencing Monday, Sept. 12, in a series of big city shows. Each night an entirely 'liferent performance will be given to that wiich preceded It, and each one on a scale of magnificence only made penulsablo by their great resources in equipment, and at prices only made possible by thoireuortnous seating capacity. The W. I. Swain Show- - Company Is the official night attraction each year at the moat important fairs held throughout Tennessee, Kentucky and other Middle Southern States. It has achieved its renown through Its liberal management, its method of entertaining patrons and the high standard of morality that is a distinguishing feature of this great amusement you don't buy PITTSBURG PERFECT FENCE you lose the egg Get next. My prices on all kinds of building materials are sure business hatchers. UV. V I ' rwm '7 A ..JlfiLtu K)iui(l ai nu feel u (UhI I at I.ydul- 1 VCBOtlt' I - gl ( haiiif' It hjonont. tli JlroekrJekl, Mo. am now nnloyliii.'." Mf S. Uvlng"' eryi(r.i''f 7 'M fur Ihrt i--i . urn uetl Itn ii lv ' "W .A.. IDOIDIDS TEAR DOWN The ChAne of Life Is the i rnl jKTtod oi a woman's em' IMKteet of litmlth nt Utis tit; illMMse nml kUu Women BVerywhflro Bhni 1 r bcr that thfn id no oUi - r known to Mwttetae that w CMwfully carry Mratneit tin Iryink' terlul as Ljnlk 1 V VetrviaMe CoHilMMtlHl, made f tire roots rimI herbs. Tor yiwrs It tuts Ixrn c nrt from the worst fnrtu f t4at'iiHmU, fibrolit j m enterprise. "b vptHj . " s C G. Schlenker loft Sunday for Baton, hOio, to spend a week with To Meet at Louisville. old friends and relatives. He will bo accompanied homo by his wife, who has been visiting at that place for It has been decided by tho I'ost- some time. Willlo Bondurant Is looking after tho Jewolry store during masters Association, which include IYesldential offices, nnd tho State their absence. IxHigup of Postmasters of Third and Yellow complexion, pimples and dis- Fourth class offices, to hold a Joint figuring blemishes on the face or meeting this year In Louisville, Sept body can be gotten rid of by doctor- 14 and IS. The League will inot ing the river, which Is torpid. HEIU at 2 o'clock n. in . on the 13th. for DINK Is a powerful liver correctant It puiifleH the system, stimulates the tho purpose of irawniotlag suah busivital organs and puts the body In ness as pertains to League affairs fine vigorous condition. Price GOc only. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. On tho 14th and 15th the ssocla-tloMisses Cleona and Stolla Weather- and League will hold a joint holt, of Clovcrport, Ky., ore guests meeting for the purpose of dismissof their aunt, Mrs. F. M. Ryan, this ing postal affairs. wxek. There will bo several representatives of tho Post office Department present to give Instructions. The now Money Order and Registry sya-towill bo fully explained Etery !intinator should attend as they v. . will learn more than they would In years at home, and many things they would never learn otherwise n -- HILDA'S TOWER De nervous proetratlon. If von wimiM liko upcolnl ndvi.--o nliout our onto t rl t n nnlilt letter to In. I'iiikliitti , ..t Ljiiii, M :i". Her udvict) U frtf, nml ulmiy iedifuL tit, ir1xll tmliM, ulcTat tunvr, i j x Qrowth of Rome Necc iiltatet the struction of Hawthorne's Heroins' Home. Notice, Rome. Another landmark, dear to Piehwn Otrwtt Court Hat, drink, and We merry, far tho hearts of Americana, li to 4taa-pea- r v. mm k mif our helra will make thlsga from Rome, where It ha beem Oct, Deft. neecnary to doitroy so much o ac- bam. Motto m ImWetf ijIvoh ta count of the tremendou growth of the Hare of Kit. OrVfmt. Umt ' city If vour ihlM Is pair am4 sMklr sssaml. fomiKalaiiif of Kvon tbeae who 4e not know tkvtr . Malta Ml ta Hawthorne rlolt IIIMa'a tower wbe In pttka at 'hittwr )Htr mm and grtnala ihr tortfc wbkV Rome, and so much haa II kimowo an t It k a mm aag of am A rtiii atyl4 oa will American pen ettlou that forvUaetv of ffWa la PHm. Ky . fn dr fUr umr paremltra wUI b tmtm all nationalities eeok It out aador thai lb WHITKH TRKAM VIRMIPVOB do IU. Iff t only ceieara ami Urn warma. li m taw !Mk mjr of SHOHwr -biK li orw heJUi nM ekewrftd- Prtew Mr Mr kaitlex SoU kv nawlvo mhI Imor i wrf of t Wckiamti Orc Co. aMlWt rM itstt. Cr1p. to ti timw km trai-mtiaswe m roejHtaod Wy mw. w V ttmo cifl4 ttlKiro. will - ' Hickman Lodit 761 nnN. br Il. ' l Hl rw ft A 1- Is. & A.M. 7-- J. It MII'Klt. (i Mammoth Gave Scheme. .......x.......ii.M....fmnr.HHIIFtlW-i.T,ni.-..,m..-.'II . If Hickman Ixlcn .Vn 761. v a a M will nu'et In rerular eammtmUa Hon next Monday nlrht at IUbc brothers cordially Invited. H. N COWOILU Maater D OWKVM, 8ecy. 1. llav yon taken any ! iiirt Work In K. C degree. MmffiMljifil Valley Transport y f Mvory dUaen Interni' e HickHMm should take at He You pay Hi d at balattc in 18 months. Ka.-aoar- stok lSAAitiAAiMHlAtttH,fi)fifS&Afr?.i ; II' Style in"clothes is that touch which gives them individuality and distinction. You will find it in the GOOD CLOTHES made to your measure by fMERTAIIRsM i If whose local agency we have. Let us show you what real clothes satisfaction means. E. R. ELLISON Mary's Little Lamb. Mary had a little Iamb, Us fleeco was white as snow; it strayed away one day, where lambs should never go. And Mary sat her quickly down and tears streamed from her eyes; s lie never found the lamb because she did not advertise. And Mary had a brother John who kept a village storo; he sat down and smoked a pipe and watched the open door. And as the people passed along and did not stop to buy, John still sat and smoked his pipe and blinked his sleepy eyes. And so tho sheriff closed him out, but still he lingered near, and Mary camo to drop with him, a sympathetic tear. How is it sister, can you tell, why other merchants here, sell all their goods so readily and thrive from year to year? Remembering her own bad luck tho little maid replica; "These other fellows get there John, because they advert lso." Take out that Insurance today. You may bo next to burn out. Kennedy, the Insurance Man. We understand that at the nxt session of Congress, Hon R Y Tlioroaa will introduce a bill and ask an appropriation to buy famous Mammoth Cave and to convort it and the surrounding grounds Into a Na tional Inrk. National curiosities like the .Mammoth Cave are being maintained and set aside, especinll in the West, by the U. S. government and tho late Waller P. llrowulow had a bill In Congress, nnd It will yet IsH, to make a grand National Park of tho greater part of tho dividing Tennesso and mountains North Carolina. Mr. Thomas would havo Introduced a bill in the last session but for tho fact that he deemed it bettor to introduce it after tho congnmslonal elections. Mr. Thomas will have the solid support of the Kentucky delegation in his move to acquire the great cno for nil the people for all tho time. A soldiers' homo could bo located thero and tho old veterans would be more than pleased to reside thoro. If the gov ernment owned tho Cave and grounds they would bo kept up nicely, good roads built, etc., and tho public admitted free of charge. Now It Is an exponslvo affair to visit tho cave. It would becomo ono of the most popular places in tho world and be vlsltod by thousands whero now it la visited by hundreds. Mr. Thomas' move desorves tho mip port of tho press of tho state and nation. H. E. CURLIN You'll find a complete line of Men's and Boys' Furnishing Goods, consisting of : : : EM; : : : - SHfiP HATS : Notice. SwclllngB of the flesh caused by Inflamatloii, cold, fractures of tho To till persons Indebted to us on bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheuma-Iscan bo relioved by applying past due accounts and notes, take MALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It notice we will ask for Judgment un- should be well rubbed in over the less promptly attended to without part affocted. Its great healing and penetrating power cases tho pain, refurther notice duces swelling and restores natural Respt., conditions. Price 25c, COc and $1.00 NAYLOIt MERC. CO. a bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. When In need of firo seo Ascber Kennedy. Insurance, Tho rural route men took a rost Labor Day Monday. Hllda'e Tower, Rom. name. For here pretty Hilda lived and fed her dovee, and their descendants can still bo aeen circling about the Madonna and the tiny light In her honor which never goea out The tower Is being pulled down, na a street muat pass over tho place, that part or Rome being uncomfortably crowded, so that those who wlah to see Hilda's home muat bo quick about it. The history of the tower Itaelf waa unknown, until one day, aomo a of years ago, a monkey, oacap-In- g from It maater, ran up the door way and Into a window where a young mother was dandling her Infant The monkey, probably in pure mlachlef, seized ine cnna, and before the desper ate woman could give the alarm was on the top of the tower with his precious burden, making faces and chattering to the ozclted crowd beneath. The poor mother sank on her knoea, and praying to the Virgin, promlaed that If her baby were restored to her she would put n figure of the Mother of Ood in the vory place where the monkey sat, and that there ahould burn for all time a light before It. The monkey thereupon came quietly down and laid the smiling and happy child in Ita mother's Rrma, who Immediately set about building the promlaed shrine When the woman died she left the tower to her heirs, on condition thnt tho light ahould never go out, and If neglected the tower should paas to others leas carelesa. nun-dred- : i ; : ; ; ; : SHIRTS OVERALLS o HANDKERCHIEFS : SUSPENDERS UNDERWEAR NECKWEAR COLLARS V; SOX : ' : ; : : : : ; ; ; ; : CAPS GLOVES Everything and anything that you may call for we will have in this . store. Uur 1. lines will be kept complete x-- x : : ; : ; j i. I Fresh meats at Moore's. H. E. CURLINi MrlMMMMMMMMMMMM If ( i i,i, ...- - ....rlBu .. 4W&HWft-TL-iJkkJf- was, i, rtmkvr J-- T-. M 1" big rod roses, and tho althoa In tho yard turns Its blushing faco to tho crimson hollyhock nodding from lta hiding place behind tho garden fence row. Uio loug gray watermelon nprawls Its lazy length In tho No uinn lives to forgot tho homo of drlftwl away to Uie deen blun . and tho llttlo otrlped Is a part of bis blib childhood. It TV old windlass waits tinder tbo woll plays with tho oll, from Which ho could not soporato ne and tho unrutrtd reap-hoolies black crlokot In tho dying crab-grashimself, if ho would, nor would not on Uie "wall pktto" up nboe. while around tho old stump In tho If ho could. It In Uio pearly Rate, tho the "yallgr Jacket" kfp wnlch In jlThe red wasp builds her many-celle- d field, grldcti tmlraneo through which he the fork of tho mulberry treo tint nwit In tho briar patch where Urn out Into llfo and to which h spreads IU mottled shade-likpa-b-ed Urus-wlargest bluckberrli-grow, nnd Uio returns In his after dreams. Leaving tapestry on the waving grass. catbird still makes hor summer homo behind, Uio soul ovjr wnndwm back The bluebird comes again In springIt In Uie plum thicket. Tho speckle-bleojtfcin llfo'n Urwl houra Bikini; the rout time to drive away Uie chattering thrush cornea again at evUrn' In found nowhere els on earth, martin and tho tiny wren build hor the real that In but the first glinting little noMt and tenderly rears her fain entide and sings her sweet duet, nnd tho uncultured bluo Jay still takes if that hoped for rest boyond tho Hy In the erevlce of the burn Gill, his old Ume Friday tours. "Hob g.uVC while tho cool he dove slugs hor plain-U- While" standi! on Uio golden crown-H- i llio changing scones Utat make llfo song nnd builds again her rude wheat hock and pliea to his w every day tuny ofcaHft "tii Id nmi In the old "Iiohh applr" tree. in Kiiio," hut Uio wanderer from It Ufo'H change do not oiutuRe Uis neighbor In Uio noxt flold, and tho red bird nnd the "Go-reo- " do picket ivAa not Iho change. To in owl voice of the whlp.por-wlll- . She still duty down tho fonce row In tho wintho nam to him. attmt l Might (lie eon ms our ehtkl-hooi ' life It remain ter tlmo. The owl conies " i' iauiv goldon ttfmda oarww th knew, and the nimble gry at suiiBot to relieve tho marauding at Uio bottom of (be oW I', bl ii(itpI Mill guuwn Mm growing corn chlck-wwUmt tiring when tho fountain of other or Uirwwt. down the credit nut from hawkduring kept wntch over Uio bare- i tho day, and Uie mmii hare dried up. and la llula th- - uji of the tall hickory true Uwt footed boy returning from tho pasf Jo? with silver atdfw ami guluVn UU Just outside the field The ture In tho dusky twilight wishes f j sport In the branch down by ujx-iwine ur for the wings of an unghi that h" ."niiuiir ow old swlmmln' holt'" long aft-- r arms with Uio iuii of huiiiiiht and return might fly from the lonoomo sound briiipH h ii. fUhas of other abundant wisilth of of the Innocent little screech owl that hnuutB his pathway home. The rows wait nt tho bars to bo turned Into tho lot onco more, and the liorw whinny at tho stable for Uiclr evening allowance of fodder The squealing pigs still beg for corn, and tho cackling geese continue their Hilly gnbblo untU darkness 'closes In Uio night, leaving them to keep Ume through tho silent hours with the accompanying " potrack, poU'ack, potrack" of the Bpecklcd guinea hen. TIio early bloom of Uio May applo opens its folds and looks sofUy up to tho swelling red bud, while the violet and Uio crocus coquot with Uie COMMENCING peach blossoms that quietly come to bid good by to tho drifted snow Then Uio plum and Uio peach and the applo with all their dollcato Untu shading into higher colors, and along with them tho dewberries, and the strawberries, and Uio raspberries, and Uio mulberries, nnd blackberries and tho huckleberries, and Uio goose borrlcH, and Uio grapes, and Uio mus cadlues. and tho pinks, and tho ros- ce. and Uio pansy, and tho calumus. and Uio chamomile, and tbo dock. and Uio horse-radisand tho old fashioned garden teeming with Its u bundanco of vegetables. Oh, tho old homo garden with Uio wild apricot vino hanging it rich drapery all a GrX-OlLTXd- S round, after jo. fashion that man's hand will never Improve! Those and a thousand othor rich NEAR COAL SHED blessings are a port of tho early homo llfo of every country boy. Un appreciated In childhood, in aftor llfo thoy spread their beauties out bo- foro tho man in dazzling panorassa. OlDCST. BIGGEST. DLST EQUIPPED AND H05T FAVORABLY &l- - . Beneath tho tall spires of groat KNOWN SHOW OF ITS KIND IN AMERICA. cIUcb bo dreams of thorn. In clois ' ' Kr&XrCn tered caUiodraU they haunt him. Turning Uio corners of atrango street J r ho stops to catch a glimpuo of tree tops that ho vainly strains his eyes to boo and as ho risos on Uio bursting billows of a storm-tosseoa Uio familiar sllhoutto of his old homo beckons him back across tho wave In childhood Uio boy looks out Into llfo with hopo for a better homo, but In old ago ho roallzos that Uio early country homo wss tho best Uio Torld had to gtvo him. God mado tho coun try and man mado tho town, and for that reason It may bo that tho country homo Is most Uko the one that bhall bo given in tbo now land to which man Journeys. Blossoms and birds aro mora than spires and domes and trees und vines havo In thorn moro beauty than festooned buntings. In tho weary worrying dnjs nnd Seats 3,000 nights that grind away tho llfo and Mammoth Rain Proof Tent, Cannot Leak weaken Uio soul powers of man, givo mo tbo old country homo on which to rest my tired memory. When Uio burning daydrlves mo fovorishly Into tho lonesome night Uion let mo my fettored soul and steal sweetly back and lay my fnlntlng hcurt down to rest in tbo midst of birds nnd bees and blossoms Uiat ALL SOLO MUSICIANS llvo together In such sweet harmony around my old country homo. Cumberland Presbyterian. v,nir1fMl,.i' -- & ifrvj .jymtpiw "v V ll 1 (( The Old Home" .4,,4l ALL TIRED OUT. In Hundreds More In Hickman Samo Plight. tho Cash Book Store Splendid Selection . 14, "X I 11 sun-hhln- pome-gnumt- o Hickman hido-and-se- a Grocery Co. Do your trading here e k d and save money ... 1 d big-eye- d f on your Groceries Meats, etc. Teachers Wanted . Tho demaud for teachers who have been trained In tho Western Normal Is greater than Uio supply. Tho Fall Session opens Sopt Cth. Write Proaldont H. H. Chorry, Bowling Green. Ky., for Information rolatlvo to free tuition. A bad marrlags Is llko an electric mnchlno It makes you dance, but you cannot let go. ni. trm iik b-- r a Hickman, Ky. ONE BIG WEEK Tired all Uio time; Weary and worn out day and night. Back aohes; sldo aches, All an account of the kidneys. Must help Uiem at tholr work. A Hickman citizen shows you how. C. A-- Watson, of Hickman, Ky., says: "For somo years I wan' a victim of kiduoy complaint There wero pains In Uio small of my back, which wero always moro sovoro when I stooped, or lifted. My back ached at night nnd when I aroso In Uio morning, I was very lamo. I became tired easily and occasionally suffered from nervous spoils. Headaches boUi ored mo nnd I was Bubject to dizzy spells, during which thoro was a blurring of my sight When I caught cold, It sottlcd on my kidnoys and nt such times, tho passages of Uie secrc-Uon- s from those organs became too frequent This woaknoss was particularly annoying during tbo night nnd I was often forced to arise several times. learning of Doan's KIdnoy Pills, I procured n box at Holm & Ellison's Drug Storo and two days after I began using them, I received great relief. By Uio tlmo I had tak-'i- i Uie contents of tho box, I wns cured. I never loso an opportunity to M'commond Doan's KIdnoy Pills to oUior kidney sufferers." For sale by all dealers. Price COc. Foster-Mllbur- n Co. Buffalo, N. Y., solo agonts for Uio United States. Remember the namo Doan's and take no other. New Books Cards, Notions, etc. Call nnd Hce Our Stock i 2 : A? 1 Kvurthlnic Mary Berendes & Co. Some public officers aro so crooked they would make a dismal flalure In attempting to hido behind a cork screw. If you feel "bluo," "No account," lazy, you need a good cleaning out HEHDINE is tho right thing for that purpose. It sUmulatca the liver, tono up tbo stomach and . purifies the bowels. Prlco 60c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. St. I .oil 1b & Missouri Southern It officials aro busy as bees and havo n corps of engineers in tho field examining Uie vnrious routes. Thoy don't Intend to make nay In tho location. New, Madrid llecord. It. mln-lak- o FOB RENT: the hill, desirably located. Nlco residence on L. P. Schmidt, the Tailor. A Now York girl cracked her Jaw chewing gum tho other day Ask tho man who wears clothes made by Schmidt and he will tell Only ono woman out of every 1,245,-81-7 you who is going to make bis fall docs Uiat however. So Uie gum chewing will go right along. suit Schmidt of course. Mon. Sept. At Night Oolij Rain or Shine 12 Special Offer We expect to put out a greater number of farm wagons around close to home this year than ever before, and in orde to do this we are making the special prices below: Sb.O"W J I w. LSwain Show company 1 i? W- -S d 2i Thimble "Skein Wagon, " 3x9 3 " " with bed, at " $50.00 52.00 55.00 Can furnish any height wheel preferred, the regular height, 42x52 inch, or the low 40x44 inch or special 37x46 inch. In the low wheel we specially recommend the 40x44 height, as they are well proportioned, very strong and durable. Upon investigation you will find these prices from $8 to $12 under most all light running other makes, and at the same time we propose to give you a first-claof bone-dr- y wagon, made material throughout. ss WE GUARANTEE EVERY WAGON right along side any other make for strength, light running, etc. Remember that while we are making extremely low prices, we propose to give you just as good a wagon as the other fellow is now charging you at least ten dollars more for. Mr. S. L. Dodds, the proprietor, having his own timber and mills, is in position to build wagons for much less than those who are compelled to go on the open market for their supply of material. Being a large planter, Mr. Dodds uses a great number of wagons, and is in position to know just what style wagon suits the farmer best and is now having wheels made with extra thick tires, deeper felloes, larger hubs and all other parts ironed in proportion. BAND AND ORCHESTRA MONDAY NIGHT -- Secure a Certificate. NICK CARTER KING OF DETECTIVES REDUCED PRICES FreeBdndGoiicertoiiSliow6round7il5p.nl, The Big Show Starts at 8:15 Sharp. If Laughing Hurts You, Stay Away. Undor tho law Uio Wostorn Normal has Uio powVir to lssuo the Elemen tary Certificate, tho Intonncdlato Certiricato and tho Llfo CorUflcato which enUtlo tho holder to teach nnywhoro In Kentucky for two years four years, and for llfo respocUvcly without further oxamlnaUon. Informn Uon as to Uio amount of work for each cerUCicnto will bo furnished when desired. Address H. II. Chorry, President, Wostorn Normal, Bowling Greon, Ky. Our readors and friends will confer If thoy will sond tho Courlor InformnUon of arrival and departuro of themselves or any other matter When of Interest for publication. you aro in town como In nnd tell us any item of news that has happened In your neighborhood. Wo will bo very glad to havo It Our foreman, Mr. Hertweck, and also our business manager, Mr. Baltzer, has been raised up in the wagon business, having been connected with this plant practically all their lives, and both are thoroughly familiar with the important points of wagon manufacture, and are using their every effort to put out a strictly lirst-clas- s wagon that will best suit the farmer. As a special inducement we will allow $5.00 for this advertisement when cut from this paper and presented at our office, and accompanied by cash order for wagon during the month of September. WHY PAY SEVERAL DOLLARS EXTRA FOR JUST A NAME, WHEN YOUR HOME FACTORY WILL FURNISH A WAGON AS GOOD FOR LESS. Write us direct or come in and see us. We have a good stock of all size wagons on hand and will appreciate your business. Respectfully, a favor HICKMAN WAGON CO. INCORPORATED fr ffi 'r"jfcx;ritM$ilM3LZ, j. . y th f7lfrrWiriiiiiilit iNfcsffiAi fc rij'ji'jvpiiHiuiMiiiuiifpiiii, aiFiia II III II wr ir 11 ii AI A Br"1 IV .T Jr LARGEST PREMIUM LIST EVER OfEERED QOTTAGE Y. HttHHt HOTEL t Prop. V J. COOK, kNIIJ i ml- i lit re. 1 rait- Bkmi iicHA Mrs. HILADELPHIA. Charles Qllpln, 3d, called the most beautiful woman in Philadelphia, haa brought suit for divorce against her husband, so ciety man, clubman and writer of the lyrics and music for the exclusive Mask and Wig Club of Quakerdora. Mrs. Gilpin says that her husband paid too many attentions to Nance Gwyn, who Is known r the most beau-tlfn- l dancer on the stago. Some time ago Miss Qwyn or Mrs. McCaffrey was divorced by her husband, who claimed that she was too fond of Mr. Gilpin. Mrs. Qllpln Is, as one can boo from her pictures, very beautiful. She I witty, sprightly, and possessor, with her two sisters. Mrs. "Bobby" Straw-bridgof Philadelphia, and the Baroness Ruprecht Von Boecklln. of a share of the millions of Charlos E. Berwlad. railroad director, financier and cool e, fca l West Tennessee Fair Association II BEST ; $1 a Day House I- N- X Western Kentucky J. $25,00 Reward, I out happily, and every one thought would. My Ideals are not ontlrely American. I spent my enrly years abroad. and my sympathies are with the Old World rather than with the New Some day I hop to live there per- operator terms. Mr. Gilpin is studious, artistic, musical, and has been considered somewhat of a social recluse If that Is cot too much of a contradiction in Nance Gwyn Is daring, unconventional. Intellectual and sprightly, and also beautiful, as her pictures show. Of as good a family as Mrs. Gilpin. too. As a trio they present quite a social problem. Why, If Mrs. Gilpin's charges are true, did Mr. Qllpln prefer Miss manently. Prompted by my Weals, I did not always act In the conventional American fashlou, but I should think Charles would have found this diverting Alas' he did not stm to. I created fur myself the most sulking toilettes, and I designed our bouse on Do Lancey place as an epoch house for Philadelphia. It was Ellaabethan with rich carving and sombre, massive beauty. Its low celllDKS. its leaded windows and huge fireplaces recalled uu old English castle. My boudoir was all of pnle rose velvet hangings, amid white and gold furniture. Garlands of roses climbed over its snowy walls. Great golden vases ere always filled with onhlds and roses and Into Its scheinu I slipped as a harmonious living feminine note. How could my husband prefer this dancer In her commonplace surroundings for they must have been commonplace to mine to what ho hadT She was poor, she stood upon tho stage for tho applause and admiration of all who cared to pay to see her. One could hardly call her exclusive, now, could they? Our first break came when I saw that Charles simply would not keep : ":iT ptjuse $500 Sninto 14-1- FALL MEETING AT UNION CITY, TENN. 7, 1910 iisr or Stolen, from nit Aug. 7, ono pair of red sorrel Ik mules, about 16 hands nigh, th and U years old; the youngest 9C ruward wlillo spot In facfl. tu paid to anyone dries Isforxsa ... leading to recovery of same. J i Rtrayt-- In lot, Auulitou, Mo., on Sunday Crosier, Charleston, Mo. 3to In Trotting and Pacing Ring. Taxpayers Notice, 8Uto, County, School and Ltvto Taxes for thu year 191V, are tuo duo and payable. Mefcl mo or u of my deputies at tho Hickman lui Uloktnan, Ky or the City NiUu., Hank, at Fultou, Ky. Pay now -- , avoid the rush. Coaldsr Johnson, Sheriff WANTED I Handsome Sewing Machine, Cooking Stoves, Jewelry, Novelties and CASH PREMIUMS Awarded. Special Inducements and Extraordinary Preparations for Exhibit and Display in Woman's Building. Largest and Most Liberal Awards for Agriculture, Live Stock and Poultry. CARNIVAL W. C. FARRIS, President. of Novel and Attractive Amusements. A about for tho bed of a river A ring for tho finger of scoru A glove for tho hand of fal A boot for tho foot of a mount... A sloova for the arm of the u A act U troth for tho mouth of a REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS. river. A look for the trunk of an oWpUan. of tho wind A foathor for wt A rung for tho ladder of fame Uoaloa for tho weight of years COME AND ENJOY A FAIR WITH US Buttons fur a cuat of paint Itelna for a brklal tour. A medicine to krop tho ink well To know what makes tho J. W. WOOSLEY, Secretary. ruuo and tho roads cross. A key for a lock of hair. woUi w $)HMK!f j. TcBSUBBuOBBBBDSBBBBBSBaBEW S. T 3wyn to his picturesque wlfoT Why, the charges are true, did Mr. Gilpin prefer Miss QwynT What was lacking In the society leader that was present in the dancerT The caee in many respects Is unusual, and analysis might throw some light upon tho rapidly Increasing tide of dlvoroes among society men and the Increasing number of marriages with women of the stage, declares a writer In the Chicago Examiner. The principals will not. It seems, dissect, for the good of humanity, their But perhaps a rovlew of motives. each side, In tho form of a soliloquy by the two women as they might give It If they wanted to and based upon the facta and tholr knowledge of temperaments, may help. One might prusont tho two sides of It like this: if THE LADY. course, when I married Mr. Qllpln, ho gave to mo a social standing that the- - Berwlnds themselves did not have, although my later, Mrs. "Bobby" Btrawbrldgo, and my other sister, tho Baroness Von Boecklln, marrlod equally as well. But then I brought to the Gilpin name the millions they did not have. Besides I am not plain, nor stupid nor lachrymose. I am, In fact, rather original and rather extraordinarily good looking. It would seem that our marriage should hare UumaA OF his part of our at least Implied contract. Ho bad It in him to take the position in society that hU family and namo warrantod. But be never cared to go to the assemblies nor to the gay bachelors' ball, and as for Newport and Narraganaott, they bored him. No, ho would rather stay at homo writing verso and composing muslo and outlining those clever productions of the Mask and Wig club. Oh, Charles was clever. That is why I feel aggrieved. I bod to do all the social campaigning .myself, and after our little boy was born Charles seemed to care loss for it than ever. My tolllettcs were tho talk of I nover quite attained Now-por- t. But If Charles bad been as keen to take his rightful place as bo waa to turn out those Mask and Wig shows, wo would have been leaders in Newport. Howevor, I did the best I could to keep up tho family traditions. Of course, I was greatly alone most of tho time, and so was Charles. But if ono is In society one owes a certain duty to socloty. I am artistic. I am not conventional What has sho that I have not? It grew intolerable to bo always in tho position of pulling Charles away by his coat tails from a figurative cancan with that dancer. So I decided not to do any more pulling. No, I cannot understand It Here am I, original, witty, fascinating, cultured, bsautlful and of aitiulslta Uata, tt. and rich, ambitious to have Charles Its fine feathers. We danoera parade fill the place his family warrants him Roper's Colt Show, ourselves, but we are not parading in taking, and he negleets me for a fine leathers; wo are showtag our art. dancing girl Is it not Inexplicable? If a woman knews that her husband does not care for the life of a society Roper's Annual Colt Hbow will take man, sho should make up her mind to place on Monday atternaon, Sept. 12, THE DANCER. do one of two things: Lot society go at tho farm five miles eat of Htok-maor let nor husband go. She has her discuss Mr. Qllpln. but hire Tho following premiums will 1WONT few little problems a roclHy choice, and If, choosing, she loses on bo ghoii: Aristocrat, $12 to first. woman who aspires to be a leader or the other, she should not complain. But if a woman loves ber husband and $8 to second; Osceola, JC to first ( niR) ponder over. I am not poor; my father was a mil has bis Interests at heart, which would to second; Mohawk, 18 to first, 14 to socond; Black lloy, V, to first, ft lionaire- - rnnchur In Australia. I toured she choose, do you think T There aro men who are children at to socond. tr, world when I was young and re--c ived quite as good an education as heart, artists desplto their birth, who turn to the sympathy and companionany society woman. I married Mr. McCaffrey. He was a ship of artists, naturally. If a woman STRAYED OH STOLEN: From ny poor miner. There was no thought In marries a man like this, let her make farm 4 milt mil of Hickman, ono my mind of faintly In return for my up her mind to meet that sympathy brown Jersey cow; crop off right and money or anything oxcept my lovo for and glvo tho man what be needs. If split lu loft car, branded on right Mr McCaffrey. Our marriage was un- the cannot mnko up her mind to do hip "AL" connected. Any Informathis, then let bur not complain it she fortunate and wo were divorced. tion will bo liberally rewarded, A. I went on the Htage because I loses her husband. Then Society is conventional! Society 11. LeoL felt 1 had something beautiful In my dancing to show the world; because I women aro the most conventional of wanted to do something; because I am beings! The very unconvontionalltles an artist and because by dancing Is which somo assumo 1 nothing more Course In Agriculture . than the exhibition of tholr manacles artistry Tho Wuaturn Kentucky Utato NorIf my object In life mado m pose of convention! Did the socloty woman over do a mal School offers a nrnetlonl courui before hundreds dous not the society leader strip herself of delusiveness conventional thing which Is tho na- jof htudy in Klomontary Agriculture. when sho poses in her new gowns e tural thing and moot and fight other I'oiuonHtroiion and actual work dono other hundreds at tho opera, on women- - In fair field for the husband on school farm. Teachers will haro the Newport beach, at the Casino, on that is in danger of being lost? No; mi opportunity to urn win, for ti.nnh. Fifth avenue. She parades herself, sho goes to tho conventional remedy peacock, shotting anly the dlvorco court. She takes tho con- jiuK tho subject. Groat opportunity but sho la Ilko n ventional view of marriage that it Is offered young mon who cxpoct to a bond which when onco tied needs no mako fanning a llfo work. Oouruo further inspection of the knot When begliui Sept. 0, 1910. WriUi for In- she finds tho knot slipping or broken, formation. Addrvas II. her little world Is overturned. Sho rrosiuunt, Bowling Green, H. Cherry, Ky. has no rosouroe for tho divorce court Is not a resource, no more so than the blow of a Ijrutea fist is an answer to Keep Your Health. an argument. The thing to do. at your husband, you woman of to keep well. Health all innards. Is Btudy and hupplness society! Study what It Is In us that are sweethearts. is moro and more attracting your best tnent Throw off your conventionality, If you receive a sample copy of bo natural women for a whllul Perhaps Uio Courier, It Is an Invitation to then you may hold them! Hubacrlbo for It, As a apodal iuduco-nieto those who aro not taking PILE8I PILE8I tho Courier, and In order to got you Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will acquainted with It, wo offer, It to ouro Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles you from now uutll Jan. 1, 1311, for It absorbs the tumors, allays Itching only 2Go. This Is much cheapor than at onco, acts as a poultice, gives In- olthor borrowing or stealing. Lavo Fire departments are necessary and stant relief. Williams' Pllo Ointment your namo, or the namo of soma save much property, but they cannot la prepared for Plica and Itching of friend, your address, and 25o at tho be relied upon always. Although tho the prlvato parts. Sold by Hickman office and wo'll do thu rout. This may put out the fire water may do Drug Co, COc and 11. Williams' Mfg., applies to nuw subscribers only . as much damage as tho fire. Flro Co., Props., Cloveland, Ohio. Insurance protects you against tho Starting the Dablet Right. TVYYTVVVYVTVVVYVVVVTVVTT loss by fire as well as the loss by A bnnkliK huuuiiI, with n first le WHY NOT TRY T water damage. A fire Insurance pol- .mult of one murk. Is presented tu ev Popham's icy In a reliable company with a rep- fry baby born In HvliomirbferK, an A8THMA REMEDY istournti'i siibiirb of IlerHu utation for fair dealing and promptOlves prompt and posltlvo rollef In every case. Sold by The Hick- ness Is your best protection. We rep mau Drug Co, prlco 11. Trial resent only such companies. Rcircmber wo hnvo moved tempo-rnril- : Pf.kago Into tho Barry building. Hick- Williams Mfg. by mall, lOc. Co., Props., Cleveland. R. T. TYLER, Agent. man Plumbing & Tinning. u. bo-for- Bulla's Excellence Is the name of our new, high grade flour, guarantee l to bo the bst In Hickman. Yor monoy back If not satisfied. Hotter torth A Prather. Ptd Barb as a start - CwstiHiier Islernly) "That aint I m lip. ywrnc mau That's bush nohrMlan MMHir !" I rl In Advance. MNb obliged, sir rot my tips bofnre I don't FOR BALE; Ono Phaeton, one .. th top, pole and shafts rated trap Dr. J. M. Hubbard. 5l Havs to Ort 'n lh W4y ef Thtm Kow thing coa l the man hj doesn't lake tha tnwute to make It easy to find Mm. Our mill Is running every day You will not be disappointed If you coma to our mill for shingles. Yates & Kirk Bhlnclo Co. Work of Head and Hnd Th iMMd and Ik Hand Mtllt the winning fnmt In llfo Man on. lo bit kingdom throvgh the liistrun,. atlty of tholr cwuMmtlton TOR BALK: A. H. IaioU Good country Lard. Wll to Avoid Both. TreubliM spring from Idleness and grlnvous tolls from useless caro Franklin. at - A fine now Upright Piano for sale u bargain. Seo J. E. Kuqua. 3to Borne Troublesome. people will do almost anything to save trouble, while others are equally anxious to got rid of It. KOlt SALE: 2 good milk cowit with youmr calves. E. Q. Maddox 3 Says the Philosopher. innn lo hi trmlp oven to Huston Herald DoufileProtection WW ut "Ev'ry house" ' .r--s VV WOOL s JIIDESandPUR BtbjPtilftt. c Arr dii C DU Y ll I V 4AAAAAaAAAAlftI,,iAAAASft:A.; TTMipmriuKwttim". Wfiuitr pice lot. . ISABEL a SONS ft$Sr LamiAa-r- tetter for tm lies Reftreice: tij Ink K(i we m er teatalMtM BKrciiid. is LwUiillt. We (trtbh us -- , ....... .fUfgf JW S 1: i ij SUPERIOR 8x8 Plain Disc 10x8 WHEAT DRILLS 60.00 a $52.50 Cash Plain Disc 60 and 70 TOOTH DRAGS ACME AND DISC HARROWS AND LAND ROLLERS "J We have the goods in stock and it will pay you to get prices. Hickman Hardware Company INCORPORATED I'ntW Jpoum Uwr. on of the not care bwrexf Indian ! iu-- t ami lni hirmuni In Ui trijr what U oummtwitaHi H tarKeui Uw gvani tion. Inform m that im citrnottHC from tntm tfc 191 crop tlM U llr i.4 hmim; IfcAt In oomIs mW in tnte oUy. H wrtc gut- - IL1 mm mm kbaws k buahal. ." t few! monoy out f "Uncle i- tu Local Union City Fair, Sept. 14. MOVING PICTURES Saturday night. sliNa II K Cnrtte jmmL tor Curlln lor K flowra W terns in Ce., XaJkrUK Twn. dhtpkiy eotM f7 it K Ourlin. i. Jtj Floral at the Lyric Mos- Jonhlna Kti -- KMtfff-r- r and first o( U AJwtll U MMt H J. ftnnr left tirt IlNhon t u ivf JohmKin, of XkUW. Mrs. II. PariMM Sngr men MlKxri nt to Ortwral- - Joe Mangium was horo from cow ou biMlmttM Saturday. M. Illnckford teft Saturday Dr. on a visit to relaUrca in Ixmlsville. a H. l'arlmm and J. A. Cotton r aponding tho week In St. Louis. a All tho usual services will be held nt the Methodist Church next Sun- WHY DEAL HERE? day. V understand J. H. Pollock and family will movo back to town In a hurl time. g Q A U Thoroughly dependable stock 8ootl8 Newest nntl ue8t Many handsome Silverware patterns Jewelry of every conceivable sort Diamonds of the finest quality Watches of all relinblc makes School opons Monday. Oct the youngsters ready to attond tho firat day iintl keep Uieni thoro. M unlock has planted, Cannou has watered and lininctnbly and Imper-Mwbl- e Democracy will roja. On acount of tho prevalence of snoop scabies in Kentucky Uio state The Best By Glsh. A part of your flower business Is placed under quarantine by Uio Sanitary Board. kindly solicited. H. K. Curlln. Cheer upl Egs are $2 a dozen In State Live Stock When this disease is known to oxlst Alaska. In n county all sheep going to and P. D. Badles, of Floronce, Ala., Lon Naylor is visiting In McKen- - from adjoining counUes will hae to g was here Uie first of Uio week zlu, Tumi. Inspected and a certificate obtainbo his daughter, Mrs. S. D. Luten. ed from said inspector before such He left Tuesday for his old homo at Hickman Furniture Co., headquart animals may be moved. Moscow to visit a few days. ers for undertakers goods. Thla quaranUno effective after 1st Mrs. Alice Caldwell, of Paducah, Is of September. visiting Mrs. J. V. Flynu. I havo about 20 No. 1 good goods boxes, all sizes for Balo. H. E. Speight la visiting her Mrs. R. II. a thousand at Cypress Shingles, broth ere In Uandana this week. mill. Yates & Kirk Shlnglo Co. A. E. Wheeler and family are visThieves entered Uio homo of S. iting rolnUves in Barlow, Ky., for Leaguo M. Nalfch Saturday night and stole Tho Mutual ProtecUvo two weeks. chartered hero last November, now a razor, bracelet nnd a ring. Twx Mrs. Zona Winters and daughter, has 82 members. This Is a secret weeks ngo they broko In and took $5 lslted Mrs. Will Hannon at State order for both ladles and gonUonion, in cash. They entered through, tho Linn, Thursday. nnd Insures its members. They now bathroom window, but no furUior clua meet regularly at tho Masonic Hall. la to be had. Wo fear Col. Harvey, Col. Roosevelt nnd Col. Brynn novor will get together in this world. vis-lUn- Chats Sheep Quarantine. W A. Dodds is furnishing material for the building of two now residences in the Henry Addition, now under Ono is for Sam Cam- construction. pentcr; tho other for T. II. Barnes. a little advertising. Fnnoy Drowns and Oraya are the latest for fall and winter. Schmidt. Do How much longer must we wait before wo get Hint resignation tho whole country Is lokolng fort i S E Prices that are right LOTS FOR SALE: I have 7 lots In West Hickman which I sell slncly or as a whole. L. P. El Tho nrice of crude rubber has de- -' lison cllncd BO jHiT cent, but the price of( automobile UrcH nas ocen aavnncuu Jack McDanlol loft Saturday night 25 per cent by tho rubber trust. whore ho will bo In for ImulBVillo, Mongol How does Senator Aldrlch explain tho general office of tho Box Co Your grocery order will recelvo to prompt nttentlon if telephoned good Uettcraworth & Prather. Both phones. will ,111 "Tin ' &m that? f Kiwi r J- - yy --- bCtiLtSKtRzJSLa -' i 4 " o " -- -- TENNESSEE STATE FAIR NASHVILLE, Ono StPTEMlO fare plus 25c for round I9th-24t- h. trip over N. C. & St. L. Ry. iickeuon sale September 17-2- 4 inclusive. Good until Sept. 26, 1910. One of the Greatest State Fairs ever held. DON'T MISS IT. O. Hortweck and wifo roturnoJ Htntthaw. who very appro a visit of sev tho "mule Sunday night from priately stylos hlmsolf eral months with relatives in Califor Mm,'." sold S hood this wreck to llud nia. While there, they colobmted lU)Krs. of Union City, fotf $2,000 their golden weddlug, nnd had a good time In gonoral. The voice of duty is novor sUll. nnd It whispers to us morning, noon William Bridges, a farmer of near night; It renches us from U10 roar Glasgow Ky , lost two valuable milk Uio of tho wild tompost, Uio elgh of Mr. manner. rour- - cowfl in n peculiar ...muLir winds, tho soft, gontlo Uio road still Bridges had been working That inur of tho wnysldo brook. and brought two sticks of dynainlto aumll olco will not bo hushed. homo lu his wagon. Ho drovo under and left his wagIn Tniia tliu nnoiont city In Asia a slied Uio Uie barnWhon ho went out night, Apostlo Paul was on for Minor, whore Uio to milk next morning ho found both u imw illuminated uy oiecu-ici. from tho cowb lying dead and a piece of n Vhn now or ia taken 'chawed dynamlto told Uio story. Cydnus llivor. Thoro nro now In Tn TS10 BuggenUon will bo of valuo to ngms nuu aim 460 electric streot prl-ut- o people who nro menaced by Btruy COO indiidesccnt lights for "bossies." uso. w A Always Ahead in Style Our FALL LINE has just arrived and you can find one to suit your face . . Millet & Alexander 'nlfctftnrifr-- . vi ffavjag - Ezsns; hI f Works-Mu- sic Races 6 Hid Days unci Nltihis-Fi- re Hippodrome Each Nliiht. Horse Show and rUU SIATU'S "SHOW WINDOW"' Jaljri k " wi to For farther Inl rm a' a r a'al J VBBBaa0Mna cansLua ijw.- - 4 iJ !EWM.. Scrlary. pJETj rAyl fcTFOM V. faith. Luck follows labor and effort nnd it will help you over difficulties If you strivo tho satno as it will help you over a ditch If you Jump. Luok will put u bit of bncou In your pot If you will look well after your garden and keep a pig. Luck gonorally Fathers, glvo tho boy a chance, If coines to thoso who look after It; he te widewi'Wuko aud progrosslvo ho and our notion Is it taps, ouco In a mum. bnvo now Wens; lot hlra try life time, at every mau's door, but 'hw way; the old wuy la not always If Industry dot not open It, away "? 75? It Mlay Be Pneumonia "A hard chill, pain through the chest, difficult breathing If this sin ul j Then fever, with gifat prostration." .ntl for your doctor. You uv he your experience, have pneumonia! If your doctor cannot come at t ,t give Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. When he comes, tell r,i exactly what you have done. Then do as he mvs No alcohol in this cough medicine, y.c.liw CcLout-- - , , Ui bst. 1 1 booh. Buy Ice Coupon Books 6 AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL & N 2j No ice will be charged. The drivers will either col- lect cash or coupons. Don't expect them to credit Ml f you, ior .1 wim .U iney win uc timiycu ...:U un.n uwun., nnJ vill have to account for the ice they take out for de- 1 1 Yon know that If tho floor is dlean labor has bean porfonntd to mako R so. You know that If you oan tako frow your dniwwr a clean shirt whenever you want It. somebody's flniwrs havo toMsd. Why don't you , "Why, how oino out with K heart-you make thing" look, wire.' pl.owint or. "I am much obliged to you tak ing so much palws." If you gave a hundred aad sixth jwrt of the compliments you almost chokod thum with before they wore married; If you would stop Uio baudlHOKe of who yon are going to have when nuiutwr one (track things wires tMy Is laugh at. but thsy sink deop & times) fewer women would teak for other sources of JmpplHt. Labor Versus Idleness, Thore Is no blight Mke the blight of Idleness, "living uxnmplos" of which limy be seen In abundance In Hickman. It is in the uuworked gar den that wtWs grow. It is In the stagnant water that disease germs waken to horrid life. It is in the onlm thstt mariners lose heart, and from the sinl battlefields pestilence hhmv dwsded too than the red oar Huge of wr. Hwiwt palls upon a brew heart m prostrated uettce falls Kunwi is like upoM a true sokiler a amiable but wntory-Wetun- l into see friend who drojp-uMtil ns and drlbbiwi nwUtwk ery nerve stands oat like porcupine rttMtf a ixl we (oMg for the tutvnt of an eHomy. KmnhI Is like being fore ed to eat meat without suit or o drink tewM mtr. tabor, on the rot tmry. If K be remunerated labor, i a frleSMl with gilt and endttHriic In htn mAktwH. It comes to us ns a wwd vrntts the forsM. ami sets all ottr fnrwhie stirring, as to wind up treetop. It twit ntfftos ti our mem and sole our drink. tome-winde- an Incrcaicd (low of bile, f ISillj ... ,. I . A.... .., &.. produce a jjcntlc Uxathc effect the day t snd II. I T' -.' tf ! : Sprinkling Rates FOR 1010 dd The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1010, in residence section, is 50 foot front and under . . . $( $6 1 Kl. j V Jl jjl f This rule will not apply to soda fountains, butch- er shops, fish docks and other large users of ice, as their accounts will be on file at our office. 7 S$ jg S Hickman Ice Coal Co. (INCORPORATED.) Jg LI : Service and Safety We offer you a complete banking service and provide absolute safety for your funds. We want your banking business, and whether your account be large or small, we will extend every consistent banking accommodation and will protect your interests with the same care and fidelity that we apply to our own. It is our business to receive and safeguard deposits ; to loan mouey on proper security; to transmit money to other cities and countries; to collect notes, etc., and, in general, to render every financial service within the scope of a modern banking institution. Come in and see us when we cac be cf service to you. FOR SALE: Best Business property in Hickmnn. Did you ever think of thanking One building 24.x those about us for swvloos Uioy perform for hsT We become so 00 one, one story building 20 U bare this and that done xOO, on JncksonSt. one door for ns tttat we lok at it as our due west of Hickman Courier. If We Mver WhV. of thaakins tho tittle oee whoso tiny feot run so many not sold privately will be sold errands. You say "they have nothing else to do." Perhaps not, but at auction on Monday Sept. surprise them once with a "thank 10, 1010. For other inforyou. dear." and the effect Is magical mation see W. J. Barry at the No doubt they are willing enough now to do for you. but politeness Is building. 2-sto- ry aocH-loated Hemerattor threo things coma not back. The arrow smqI upon its truck It wilt not Bwwve, It will not stiqr Its speed; tt fries to wound or stay. The spoken word, so soon forgot; fly thee; yet It has perished not; 1h other hearts 'Us riving still, and doing work for good or IM. And tJ lost opportunity that conieth back ho more to tbeo. In vain thou weqH"t. in vain dost yearn. these three will never more nrtura. 8c for each additional foot. Business house rate, each door This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. Incorporated V Our Stock is Complete and ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees nnd Teas I'aUM cheap, and like charity, tt should begin at home. It Is sad to see how linpoMioly members of a family treat Do profuse in your eaeh other. thanks, rather than not say enough, but bo slncoro. I Practical Fashions LADIES' FOUR-COR- Tlimsi rKKmTUI'I'K 3 Deliveries Telephone 6 or la Mori f hHin KHIKS. fttKMII MHAIt SKIRT. Be Something. Ledford & Rand I e reo-timd- I rrBTrajaiMiLa Capital and Surplus, Ill III Mill 11.11 I $65, 000.00 JOHN I'Yl.C. H. T. TYLER, Prut. W. C. KEEI). Cathlcr Ati't C.hlcr il: VV.'VV'V.'V'V'V. ..- M -- - t t i t t t J. A. COTTON & CO. (INCORPORATED) Plumbers Tinners WORK IN BOTH BRANCHES EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY t t t t i t t i There Is a moral grandour in tho thought "I have made mysolf." The world may wag tholr heads, and you may be denounced, but if you are conscious of that integrity of purpose w4iloh has always characterise you and tfeat you now stand on an emiv nence, placed thore by your own of heart, you have nothing to fear. You hud not tho Influence of wealth, nor the "God spoed you" of Iowurful friends; but you had more a heart fixed and determined, and this is what has made you what you nro. Co on odd virtue to virtue steadily at tho goal before you. and at last your best teachers and artful companions will acknowledge your su periority and fool proud of being a moiig your friends. The man who is resolved to bo something In tho world should havo nothing to fear, and when ho little dreams of It honors nxo gathering about his head aud an influence goes from him, which Is oxurtod silently but surely for tho good of thousands. I I1 I'll I Hf-ii- desire to inform my friends thnt I am now sole proprietor of the Cord business which formerly belonged to the Hickmnn Ice & Cord Co., nnd nm now prcpnred to give you the best of service in this line. I nm now selling genuine 1 Notice 4 A TON il I Belief In luck. Wo aro a firm boliover In luok; that If a young man bo diligent and looks well to all his ways, he will have wliat the world terms luck. It ho aspires to omlncnce In some calling or profession, and with fixed pursues determinedly bis routo thither, luck will land him thoro at last If ho courts favor, position in lifo or groat honors, and strive earnestly, patiently, porsIstonUy and bravely, luck will satiate every longing desire. If It is his purposo to win in any walk In lifo that his ambition may suggest, If he wisely and Judiciously makes uso of tho powora In his possession and tho opportuni ties of life, luck will grant them. Luck, lfko faith, to mako It available must bo accompanied by works, and tho mora earnest tho work tho bet ter will bo tho luck or groator tho Illustration w ihow one which has soveral rmlnts of novelty about tt The skirt hns four Korea and at the center of the front and hack the cloth Is turned bsok and stitched to glye the effect of a slot sonra At eah side Is a real slot seam, with a strip of material sowed underneath tho turnod back edges of tho rnaterlnl A skirt of this doscrlpllon will bo excellent In Pannmn. hrllllantlne, pongee. Ilnori or gingham of good quality. It will bo sultnblo for either long or short skirts and mny bo trimmed with buttons or braid or both, or It may bo en tlrely untrlmmed. Tho pattern Is rut In 6 slzea, 22 to 32 Inches waist measure. To mako the Kklrt In tho medium alio will roqulro H yards of materia! 36 Inches wide. To procure this psttfrn snd 10 rnta to "Pattern or UiU rtt nam and addm plainly, and b ura U Klva alia and number of patttrn. WO. 3289. Psrls Pattern No 32". All Allowed. With seiHiratn skirts as much worn na they are this seston s now model Is always wolme In oijr Pittsburg Coal My office will be at the Hickmnn Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 Your orders npprccintcd, whether large or small. A. A. FARIS Iptllnt. ptr. M SIZE Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. Nxur TOWN 1TREET STATE AND NO u ,. , Phone 65 Hickman, Ky. $ J. KELLY SMITH Attorney-at-Law t ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY... the basis that we offer to depositors. Other inducements are of sccondnry importance. Upon this gunrnntcc we is PAY YOUR CITY TAXES. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILL8. Have you neglected your kidneys? Havo you overworked your nervous system and caused trouble with your kidneys and bladder? Have you pain In loins, side, back, groins and bladder T Havo you a flabby appearance of tho face, especially under the eyes Too frequent a desire to pass urine? If so, Williams' Klduey Pills will cure you Hickman Drug Co., Price 60c. The penalty is effective September the first. Why wait until too late and be forced to pay unnecessary costs ? Until further notice pay taxes to Tom Dillon, Sr., at his office. nro illltoratos. Illiteracy is no bar to an Immigrant so long as ho physically ablo to caro for himself. Only 1.127 persons who sought to ontcr tho country woro barred at Uils port last month. Kills Island records show Hint nf 02,727 immigrants who arrived horo in July, 12.S05, or about 2G por cont, SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE H. IIUOHA.VAN. President IlIllKUTUHH J A TnoMlSON( (,1lor II. Iluehannu T.A.UHlfor.I J. J. . i.on.n.mnt " "'' . . T,r.lk.ld Dr. J. W. Alexander J. M. Ilubtiard Clinton, Kentucky Ont. tenth of All ftts to Chrtsttinttl. Bo careful how your clothes aro If there is a bluo mnrV nn .,.. Tho Hickman Kur. Co. will sur cleaned and pressed. Havo Schmidt, Courlor dont fail .to renow this month prlso you In tho mattor of low prices tho tailor, to do It and bo on tho uafo as an papers aro dlaconUr.ued at Uie and good goods, Don't tako our word side. expiration of tho time. hut come and seo for yourself. -- ;" Action mi Zm ." innajWLi i The Hickman Courier From Now Until FiLKS HOW UVIMG fuituu county win kii you Hint wo prim mire lcnl newt limn any ottirr Paper In M1". ir tit n of Kentucky I HduBTUemS THE HieKMRN COURIER The Courier hen a Jan. . 9A Onlv 25c. Action &wu meant that your b&a expired Itenew promptly If you paper to come want the to yon after tlili moutb A BLUE MARE HERE is the Team that Full,, theUummexctal Waqon up the HiU at Success OI NO. Spankin'' Goad Team Grease the Rxles at Yaur Ulagan, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HO. VOLUME lO KENTOOKY 01DIBT PArER IN WESTERN HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1910. ESTABLISHED IH THE YEAR 1HOO 20Q1 V Will Buy Lake. lU'lfoot iJnko. ono of the grenloat : v iral K'tiu' and fishing plnctw In ixjtitb the scene of tlio night r troubles wlilah attracted Unci' i Mon of tlio entire country n fw o u u o la to bo taught by a ayn i 1 TntrfiprnTntfriTiiTT,s'T'iriin'T'TW'iwt''i'TT'it'TT Very Best Kentucky Lum Gotton Lost Ground. Momphls, Tenn. Reports from the Sou lit a cotton Holds for the week aro soniowhnt Irregular. On the whole, i . i, t - by Matuplna m-- n plana now In vlow oottlam plate i:nLW(iiH-n- t of mora Umh a mil organdi-Uoiliini In COAL- - - DLLIVERLD- Pu IIIVELY Nu CLINKERS Aik cir rrpular CMtcmers how Ihey like this roal .S mssmmBemmmmm WE ARE SHOWING $ ! W the la ml comod by t i I l.tki nml surrounding brum pr-- t ..a and thu exploiting of Um lak a law wjalo as a hmnUmk and k i resort .nrter of IheorpornUoH aaa i ' l drawn by MoiHdihi attora-y- , c,i .on on tho oxUm4v i several h.iMiiK boan drawn x M i ago. ninl nn oxtoMtvo .a ion of tm UUw WflvUiJt shown a i forar dlfffmlUwa whhh c xiatnl Imvtt bwi olwrcd a pr.r $4.25 A TON W. F. MONTGOMERY u vav (fit i i.f :i Mndlaniifc whmIi hi composed u.iiiihi i ,,iH ) t! etlMa. Um Ih Now York, hn bwn by John Tl. W)Mkr ami Twlbort of MoMfww. who wiKklnit en rhNB for wHI Ui Ih mmmI the crop has probably lost ground Italns were excessive la North but of great benefit In South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, although In the threo latter states some deterioration and shedding occurred before thu coming of the rains. Indications aro that conditions will now Improve, but there are numerous sections In Alabama that have not had rain. Mississippi complains of shedding and an Increaso lu boll weevils. Italns In this state have been poorly distributed. Iloll weevils are more active In I.oulslana, where there seems little chance .for any tnoro fruit, wbllo Southern Arkansas is worso affected than at any provlous tlmo during the season, although In other respects the Arkansas crop made normal progress dudng the week. Oklahoma complains of boll worms, which are widely distributed, but the promise for a good yield is not impaired. Car-olln- n, J.adifz -Wiup Shnr? v IN ALL STYLES AND LEATHERS g ! i b S I I Cravenettes 3.00 to 4.00 VERY POPULAR FOR THIS SEASON I Is 5 $ si STRIKERS ARE SUED. Columbus Railway Would Prevent Riots and Picketing. Columbus Columbus, Ohio. The Btreet Hallway Company, through E. 1C Stewart, Us general manager, filed suit Saturday In tho court of common pleas against the strikers, asking that they bo enjoined from picketing and hurling stones' at cars. The petition makes very sensational charges of dynamiting tho cars. An order, restraining any Interference with prospective passengers at the Union Station and against the publication by word or mouth or printed notice or warnings of danger, was Issued by Judge Dillon. Action on the, other prayers contained in the suit wore continued for one week to allow the strikers to file affidavits In AUTOS TIGHTEN MONEY. sv ditlfcbUUaiJULtUfcJil ritb'iorH "ho tl.l TUl i Ik RICE'S SHOE STORE 1 Death At irKitUtlH known aa Imad- - prowrti-'flH is Um- - ltMM UmI Um stock will a wi ukI) In Now York. whIW Um wIM itiiHtiiji of Ut lub prom !"! n wit OotlHt ClHb. wMfc at Mewjtliht, ahhongk aymtk-aU- ' hy haw oriranltod wh;-Uo- Sunday Wedding. r 4 ahwj Iwkl itmCenJ no f ' i BMiruiMn nmraniBoaa UmI Umto will hotot night rlilur untou bv a repMMkM of Ut M Wct browKht tbv laha Into of ttw fnth troubk', ui Ui' lnl Mt HT prominenco a boot two yoars ago. Ulk of Ik. laii to !.uuacw! :!u!U- - tn impro1K .rminnwnBU will b hmmIo with all .i kAKt mimI KThiimI urroUMliM It ruotdfwu Utrti, who ehtlM any rtshta t r an tt om noTrt8 of ftaMiMt. atuMr at;rMHiiUi or lana of la ml. tm- - w with lerHwr ownom, w tlmt (heir i mn 3&.H Th. Ink hi Y7 nam uiil Im iuteotd lu Mirj-- way Ukw. ..SmK tli to aavrn ami Uwtr lutorwriJi b Blvttn futr Hit lone Ami ttmm fit ld- Ah tMRKime rwon Uo- i" 1 wlil Ih- - Unlit, Hew (IocIm ami .i m(m iii b i.Moii ..in" u brim; io'iiT ar with the rvotdeMa of Ut Mhi hike and karw rocotr-.- h. UmctMl, adTunil ahtb Ui bo ttac4l on mnvMbHt . nir4rm.ii Hint i iMthJIiMM Ut- - l,hMu"ir'J3iw-a- - "' author elumr If Mm pimmM idam of a arndloato ittMrtmcttoa of itrtc forttwl tor Um purnoa or prolianlHK rii-ai. mltroHd for rotiTOMioMw aim! mHWng a wuma titwiono of Ilexl-foprojHTty ll U U i notlutiK Ut iJiko. la oarrltfU out. Hickman, hMt awl not Momnhhi, will b Ui r.Uon to hotil all the IhimI u o(jutr-- l by lk rw oowtwHy. at 4vr Ka tHotuborii. Tulk to i.i UKll It bt HMHllbW ,tbt MWM tai about MomnMa, 140 mllw away, aeM to wum r:.- - i 'rn. la may W bRK Um pttoway to & lake ll i of tin- - dub fer Um orwotio! of ii mmmId allly. lllktnau U and always r cottaitoJi om Oh taiko ihora. wNl bo Ut Mnk biHMowi tho lako lj 1 c imuwu)' w4ll opunito boat oh and Um outoMo world. Whtitovor ". Ink. ami Ih eunwocUoH wtUi Um elvotrlo Mhos may bo ootwtructvd to U it- nnU. Rolf aal txo ktvhwU Um htbo will m from Hloktnun, w m laid off. m It la Um IftUm-fit la iMHrw and onay to Kvt innkw Ulfoot oh of in ami out of Hickman by ottliar ntll U. no'-t- l nttorta of Om 800U1. or wiiiar. Tlio nrotKxilUou will bo V iiaiiiU-- r of oapHarteta from ymk iMwmi ,u u,Is nw,k k hnw vtatiod th irurrt)' ilur of Um wooiW. Um wHI cu mo tin i buud-qtMtrU- Kmlfl Ilunclkvr. a well known man. and Mhta Victoria Haynos of iUrfioy. Taiui., Mole it nmrch on tlMr frlnda Sumlay vonlnt; by go-I- h to UhIoh City and bolng quietly NmrrMd by Hot. Sacra. 11m bride has rwtldud In Hickman for tho poai yaor whero alio has Ixxm o iniloyod by Um Cumberland Co., nn "hollo girl," and luis inndo many frlunds during hur stay lioro. Mr. Hunzlkor la tlio son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. llunzlkur, an old and highly reaiiectetnamfly of tMs oltyr "Fur vral yvam ho has burn with Iho firm of Iotdford & Ilandlu, and is an straightforward young Industrious, man Thoy will iimko thoir home In Hickman. Hero's our host wIbIios. ymiHK Tolo-pkon- Jordan. fl Notice of Meeting. Tho Mutual Protective League meets at the Masonic Hall, over CowgiU's, oil tho 2nd and 3rd Friday nights lu each month. All members aro urged to bo present on those nights. O. T. SALMON, Secy, loctp Sox Cc Mrs. Jim Evans, ono of the best known and most highly respected In tho vicinity of Jordan, died Sunday morning after a lingering illness of consumption. Sho resided with her husband and two sons about two miles west of Jordan. Tho deceased was about old. 40 years Rico's Shoo Store. a foot, 2 fret for 10c at Burial occurred nt ML, Mori ah. Th UoRt Uy am. Our tynion Clti' friends suggeet tlmt llleknmu hold a imultry show wlUt and offor to tlib us In the niattur. It Is a good and wo bono Uie ouHry fan-ok- i of this hei'tlou will givo tlio Among nuiUor tholr eonHldomUon. Uioho In tills vicinity who raise flno blrdt) aro Metdiiiu(8 M. A. MoDanlol, t!,i NtHt iHOHtlt, In oMMny wKk i. Martha IUoo, J. A. McCluro, Chos. rtliHt-- r and Mr. Ttalburt, QOd , , In-r.PnhON h waking nrrantmiMoiiU to Noonon. I'rlco llono-- S. L. Itoystt-rUio hn douw to bavo beH A. L. and It L. Hal Now. why not J 0. Hondrix. of Ut oil tslr atrots. with Uio jHrtMbllltte ttk' ns a Knt roort. vn nalila HkkmaHT It la uiuoh aiioontr and low, A. K. McCbnnoll and Miss Emma Hallow. f xkii i nluo na a nh and ara baUer tbtiH sttrinkUNg with wator. - ytr u 'j tko Nawj,, -l Tho Hats for young men J1.G0 to 3 nt Tho Shoo Store. E. C. the Machines. New York. According to a table Rico & Co. compiled by tho Auto Directories Company of this city, thero are 1 000,000,-00- 0 worth of automobiles in this coun- f High Brow Drama. try. New York state leads with 60,000 "A prominent producer Is going to machines, but Caloflrnla Is second stage one of Henry James' sentences." with 3,500 automobiles. "How does he propose to arrangt In Minneapolis, it is reported, ono It!" automobllo firm holds mortgages on "Two commas to a scene, and In1,600 homos. In Wisconsin the morttermissions at the semicolons." gages on automobiles and other property for the purchase prices are estimated at 14,000,000. Nobraskn has In mortgages bused on automobile purchasos; lu Kansas the estimate Is 11,000,003 lu the last three Mr. PETER JONES, ears. Hickman, Ky. The money tightness in Iowa Is attributed to tho samo conditions. Dear Sir: Many Homes Mortgaged to Purchasa Another disastrous storm swept tho mountain counties of Kentucky lust WodiKbday night, and at leaat ono person was drowned, while property osUmatcd to be worth thousands of dollars was destroyed. The counties which suffered most were Wolfe, Breathitt, Magoffin, Morgan and Knott. In June tho samo section of Uio State was visited by a rain and storm wlilch wrought dreadful havoc. Tho people there are In dire need. I ! '' WOMAN 8WIM3 FIVE MILE8. ( I 'V New Fall "--- II Pounder Does the Stunt During a Heavy Storm. r, St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Andrew CO years old and weighing 710 pounds, swam Ave miles Sunday in the height of ono of the heaviest rain storms In this city's history. Sho swam from tho east end of the Eads bridge at the heart of tho business section to tho St Louis Altenhelm at 5480 South Uroadway. Sho was unassisted, being accompanied only by a row boat and a motor-boat- . 170 Bran-dnburge- & BOND CO.'S J J RUMOR PITCHED BATTLE. Footwear just We always keep abreast the "paa little bit rade of fashion ahead on new styles, and we' call your attention to our Bostonian and Kneeland Shoes, which are as low as consistent with an excellent quality of material and shoemak-ing- . Many of our Fall models have arrived, and about them we cannot say enough good things. MAY WE SHOW YOU ? Feud In Hills Said to Have .Caused One Death Six Injured. nrlstol, Tenn. Meagre details of a pitched battlo fought nt Roan Mountain, Tenn., Saturday night hero today. it A man whose namo could not be learned was killed outright, while a half doozn othora were probably fatal- ? ly Injured. Tho bnttle seems to have been n sort of feud' and n bloody one. No arrests havo as yet been modo, and there Is fear of further trouble. Ilomomber Flowers. II. E. Curlln for Joy wish to call your attention to RICHMOND NEW BUSINESS SUBDIVISION as the best place in the world to put your money, for the following reasons: 1st. Hickman is in great need of a New Business Section. Five new residence additions have been started to provide for the increasing population, but until now no provision has been made to take care of increasing business. 2nd. Our Business Subdivision is located in the producing part of town where the increase in population is enormous. 3rd. Because business will be where the people are who have the money to spend. Ours is the closest business section to Southern Heights, Regers, Ellison Additions and G. B. Bond's Subdivi-I & t f t J i j 1 v t sion. 4th. Because our Business Subdivision t $ Tl.o school board has finished tho j work of remodeling thoir now school building In West Hickman. Now acuta uud all Uio necessary equipment havo boon Installed and everything Is ready for the opening Monday. This Is certainly a blessing to tho Uttlo folks of that section of tho town, as it saves them a walk of a milo. Mary Meadows, only daugh V. W. Meadows, of Fulton, eloped Sunday night with Aubrey Seuy, a young man of Fulton, and ! wero married on tho Tonnessoo sldo I by esq. Futroli. Misa t i is right in the heart and center of commercial activity. 5th. Because it is just like a door that 525 men going to and from work to Mengel's have to pass through. 6th. Because it is the most convenient trading place for farmers who live on the Bottom, Slough or Dyersburg road. 7th. Because we will sell you a lot for $200 on easy terms, which you can build on now and rent at a good figure. 8th. Because in 5 years these lots will be worth $2,000. MILLEff & ALEXANDER J ter of $ on the investment. See RUSSEL JOHNSON and let him sell to you. Yours truly, 9th. Because you are bound to make big money I G. B. BOND. j ls!l rgiyjini'ii .. - w 'p '""'.rtf? vi.Kiv WMWtrtM - ' "' " ftT-Ti-'i r iniiirii a .,,),,) Be Sure of Your Medicines Good Medicine is often more necessary than good food. When you are strong and well, a little poor food may not do you any harm, but when you are weak and sick, one spoon; ful of poor medicine can and will do you untold injury. You will find it safe to always depend on us to BE SURE OF YOUR MEDICINES di t fM I I Ml' I t I l''l"l"l'l I I' Heard On the Streets 1. 1. I ! - i IT WILL ONLY COST YOU wyK.lp . I TQHCA H .,, ,i,,i,,i,i....i4.4.i. !! M"tCold drinks at Andy's. Lon Nuylor returned yesterday from , L Ik Helm & Ellison M the Fulton County Circuit Court. Capitol Child's Eye Removed, L t Crutchfleld W. W. Naylor Merc. Co .vs. A. J. Jessup. Suit for account of f 121.86. F. M, Boaz vs. Liverpool & Loudon and Globe Ins. Co. Suit on policy. W. B. Glbbs vs. A. A. Oliver. Suit on note. R. A. Warford vs. W. T. BondurauL Suit to settle affairs of West Ken- Dr. L. P. Boltzer, assisted by Dr. J. M. Hubbard, removed little KenLucien Reeds vs. Chester Turner. neth Housley's right eye yesterday morning. Tho eyo has been graduSuit for damages in horse trade. ally enlarging for about two years W. C. Latta s J. C. II. It. Suit for damage. This is one of four and had almost reached tho size of suits for damages in which tho I. C. two eyes before consent was given at Mnyiiuld. Is sued for sparks setting fire to to have it removed. If the trouble II. E. Curlln for cut flowers. Wo property in Crutchficld. The others has not extended to the brain the have on display somo nice ferns in are; T. J. & Edith Fletcher, Crutch-fiel- child will be all right in a few days. pots. H. E. Curlln. Rural Telephone Co., and the Ho is gctUng along nicely at present. Arthur Halo left Wednesday alio-- O. Camp. d AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAAaaAA McKenzlo. O. N .Featherstono was In Ma)' field last week. Dr. Lou Nuylor went to St. Louis first of tho wouk . The rhor has risen four feet bIjico yestorday morning. FOR SALE-- : Ono fine buck sheep M. A. McDanlol. lp Joe Burke, of Nashville ,1s visiting his mothor this week . H. E. Curlln .agent for Joy Floral Co., Nashville, Tenn. FRANK DUDLEY at the Lyric Friday and Saturday nights. E. W. Avey, n merchant of Columbus, was hero Wednesday on business. Harry Downing, ot Tiptonvllle, was here Wedncsdoy looking for rotton pickers. Tho U. D. C. will meet with Mrs T. T. Swnytto Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Miss Virginia Davis, of Cayce, has gone to Hopklnstille to enter Me Ixan College Miss Mabel Wilson has returned from an extended visit to friends in llopklnsvillo. C. C. Smith, of tho firm of Smith & Auiborg ,1s in tho St. Louts mar kets this week. Miss Homer Green has returned from a week' visit to Mrs. Guy Rob-bin- s $1 To put a Victor or an Edison into your home. You can then have any kind of music you wish, and whenever you wish it. And the music you have will be the very best the world affords. And a dollar a week will pay for the in- tucky Nursery Co. Mrs. Clara E. Maxwell et al vs. C. E. Webb ot al. Suit for division of ...t - - r Elsewhere In these columns is a report made by a state agent sent here to look oror the books of the county officers, which shows that Sheriff Johnson was due the state a balance of $7.44. In carrying prison' ers to the reform school it Is neces sary to drive or take a Btrcet car from Lexington to Greendale. As the car does not go closer than am He to Groocdalo, Johnson always drives, for which ho payB J2.G0. This has always been put in his expense account and prc&ented to tho state for allowance which has beeen the custom with all Fulton county sheriffs. Auditor James has been In the habit of allowing tho amount, but recently the administration decided to allow only SOc for this part of the trip. Hence, they ask Johnson to refund Probably rain tomorrow. $2 on each prisoner taken there this Wo feed to hungry. Andy's Rcstau year, together with a penalty of $1.44 runt. which explains tho matter. Children of the Christian Church Bible School are Invited to a "WaterEat at Andy's. melon" party at the home of Mrs. Arthur Sliaw was hero Wednesday Emma Stephens Friday afternoon on business from State Lino. from 3 to 6. Come boys and girls Dr. J. 8. Stafford was arrested this and bavo a good tlino In her big morning by Sheriff Johnson on the yard. charge of bootlegging. This Is tho Rev. Wyntt and family returned to third time he has been arrested this Paducah Saturday, after holding a year, but so far has not been con- revival at tho Christian Church. Ho victed of any of the charges. made many friends while horo. step-mothe- As the sun was slowly sinking to rest on Aug. 30, the soul ot Eliza Ann Kolser (nee Williams) passed into the beautiful Beyond at tho homo of hor son, Jas. F. Kolser, at Rogers, Ark. She was married to F. V. Kolser at Osceola, Ark., Jan. 29. 1SCS. who died In June. 1900. She was tho mother of seven children, one by hor first husband, Mrs. D. A. Luten, of Union City, and six by her second husband, J. P. Kolsor, now deceased, Jas. F., Annlo F., also de ceased; Mrs. Emlnlsor, of Green villo. Miss., Mrs. R. W. A. Swift, of Tcxar kana, Miss Ivy Madue, who was tho only child living with hor at Llttlo Rock, and Mliss Mary, by a former marriage of Mr. Keiser, who mado r, her home with hor and never knew any difference botweon her and her own mother. She joined the M. E. Church South at the ago of 13 and ever remained an actlvo member. She was born at Memphis Nov. 21, 1841, making her 69 years old at the time of her death. Rev. Xowblll officiated In his Itnprcsslvo wxvy In laying her to rest besldo her loved ones at Mount Zlon, Friday, where xhe wpa a dovoted member years. for :1 We Want Your Trade If good, reliable merchandise, lowest possible prices, fair and square dealing, careful attention and a sincere desire to please you, are the things you like, we can count you for a customer. A good time to put us to the test is right now. COME. Sullivan Brothers NEW CLOTHING STORE .... At a meeting of the stockholders of The Peoples Bank, held at Die court house yesterday afternoon, the following directors wero ulectod: II. P. Johnson, Cayce. Roy Shaw, Poplar Grove J. R. Luton, MHid Croek. J. F. Olovor, Crystal. J. A. Townsend .Montgomery. A. O. Caruthers, city. B. 0. Hale. City. W. 8. Ellison, City. , Tom Prathor, Jr., State Lino. Tho directors In turn elected officers ns follow: A. O. Caruthers, Prcsldont, Rush Creek Items, B. O. Hale, Vlco Prosldont . C. P. Shumate, Cashier. The position of Assistant Caahlor F. Keiser spent Saturday and Jos. Sunday with his brother-in-laW. is yot to be filled. B. MceOhoe. School began Monday, with Mis Miss Nell Scott, of near Martin, Jessie Wall as teacher. Twenty-fou- r U the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. children wero enrolled. Fannlo Fnulks . II. Treas and Price Henry returned When you aro tlrod of ordinary, Tuesday from Red Boiling Springs, photos get tho hotter kind. Tenn. Tho llttlo fellows wanted to common By Olsh see "tho girls they left behind them." Bat wliat you want pay only for Diphtheria has made its dire aplocality. Little Way-raon- d what you cat, Andy's Restaurant. pearance n our Tfoo river guago at Cairo yesterday Roper and Clyde Fields, sons of read 10.8, rising. Jim Roper and Will Fields, aro the victims. We faope tor the best howl Everybody eate at Andy's Includ- I inc fattier. ever. noon for Branam & Hughe School at Spring Hill. Tenn. Mlsi Kuflule Carpouter has returned from (. Ult of several weeks to friends In Atlanta, Ca. Harold DoDow left Saturday night for Loxlngton where ho will attend Stnto University this year . Tho pupils of the Christian Church Bible School enjoyed a picnic at Sulphur SprlngB Wednesday. FREE! Look In Baltzor A Doddi' window. Not ordinary. Made n Hickman By Glsh. NOW. Floyd Nuylor left Saturday night for Lexington. He will finish his civ 11 engineering course this year . J. P. Leggato has purchased the half Interest of J. T. Seat, his partner, In tho livery buslnos. for $3000. Miss Mary Carr, daughter of W. T. Carrr, of Fulton, and T. D. Johnson, of Chicago, were united In mnrriajo Sunday. Misses Katie Johnson und Joso-phin- e Raspburry, of Nashville, were the guests of Miss Muymu Naylor, this week . Sheriff Goalder Johnson this week qualified as administrator of the estate of N. C. Webb, who died In Ful-to- n some time ago. Dr .S. W. Luten, who wont to GhW en go to havo an operation performed for ne'jralgla of the face. Is d as doing tery well. M. II. Klrby, a formed carpenter and contractor of this city, now of Osceola, Ark., is visiting Hickman friends. He has boon awny about 20 years. W. A, Dodds is putting lumber on the ground for a nice residence for Asst .Chbhlor Jno. Pylc, on the lots next to his mother's place. Contract or Mooney will look after tho work. Friday afternoon and evening, Mrs. W. C. Speer entortalned quite a number of married frlonds at Rook. Tho color scheme was yellow and green and effectively carried out In tho decorations of lvoy, clematis and profusion of yejlow flowers. Tho score cards woro vory unique, being Ivy loaves tied with yellow ribbon. As tho guests arrived, they wero served Mexican Cheese sandwiches, tied with green and ycljow ribbon, and Ice tea, and later refreshments of brick cream and cake, tho color schemo being carried out in tho re-pu- rl strument. Come and hear any music you wish on any instrument. We will gladly play for you. May we not put an instrument in you home on trial. PRICES $12.50 TO $200.00 Ellison Brothers Caught With G. B Brusfield. of Goods d Notice. Th firm of Seat & near town. mi-eu mule and buggy last Saturday night and notified Sheriff Johnson that it had disappeared The offta und Mr Brasfleld started in aeanoh of tho rig. After two hours, they found It In poee(o of on Rich-nrVinton, a nwro, who was about half drunk, driving UUtrHy Unm tho country road. Whon he asked whore he was he told thorn bo had started lo a bnrbeeu. Whether ho bad started to a barbecue or not, ho did not e. Johncon brought him back u Hickman, charged with steallftg Ike mill, and landed hint In Jail to awuR til notion of the grand Jury. This in the same negro Umt broke Into Braflflold's store at Stale liH last year, and the same who the people of Cayce wiy frequMited their him roosts too much d taafKl alaiumtoK bMH dlotrttl. Mr kfe iHMrtMt io Mr. CRN laat iilHalHI a htre itubmir THlftj' nfiorMMw from s has M itwek. Titer six tablm f par-se- a Johmn. at the hom of Mtf trxhita ITatbr a i-- f 1 ' ' a i tftllMd Bd NMUa AS lo the Hon wtl plana LAft4. RTM4Ti 'fNHtMi - UyrO ft LBUOATtt ttr acowwt tAT srrlvml, rnah was In- Mrs. Prnther. (u.tl FRANK DUDLEY at the Friday and Saturday nights. Th gwM wr Mm. Curl i Misses Mb(4W 1(mu. M;i Lyric lor. OnrH Hhiimw. Ilrth Ms- MhIm itk. .Nell Bow I u nn. e KMHtanMit, WU iMUm. Swan rfwhmrmn ef trwtm 1 ' ' School AH Notice. hk. MlUml llamas. IVhti H-ln 1W. Dottlo Dnvldwt IHitm. Itwck Bank Officers Elected. l will iMRtN mat Monday. children in Um Primary twl and uhh unutm HrtHg of a Um t obfctH Mtrt bark of Ed Wright's rwtdio and ntnuliiK itn Uitt brow f the hill southerly to Um- Um. ihaco with wtth thr hrww of Um hUl of thr Drrnrtwrg rad U th wHOh luuudary Une of th t. will UMI the HhikuwH Mbool. THK TRUITUHg. ron-ontOo- mt ki Wt Union City Fair, Sept. H. ThflWon, Iron I UmIm MwixhI, Mnbel WtlMn )! AmiM Cowplll. ami YWatbarhok, of doverport. Ky 11. 8 ttWoK la puttlpg h U aw flxtarw fer the Hickman vm Co. This firm will chit? kU)ft Wock lliht fall and wtnu ' he ftNd In any vtorv of Us ktri Wnulwii Kantuoky or Tcnneasi A K. MHaholl. the U Uno Ihhho from n month's ncatUr Mrs. S. M. Cavltt and daugt Mm lXrn. nre In Union City toda o-- CawRWU. bru, Mm imiMn. Hui. Irn I i 1 Da You Wear a Truss ? IS E. WE HAVE A TRUSS THAT WILL HOLD ANY RUPTURE IT LIGHT, STRONG AND COMFORT-ABLYOU CAN WEAR IT 30 DAYS AND IF NOT SATISFACTORY RETURN IT AND GET YOUR MONEY BACK. $5.00 HELM & ELLISON w CJr, Fulton County Officials Given "2nd Degree." m kfort, Ky., BciH. C Regard-alleged overchurgo or mlle-convoying prisoners to th b Reform lit Lexington, Melt Todd, HUto Instructor and (r mudo u report tu liw touching ou coudlUom touud them In Kultou county. ou the comll-- , , odd nlo mloiid fcouu-u- l i tin- - unlum of flio oliitr of tlmt COliut)'. Two of iiil. 8. T. Hopor, eouiuy at i J W. Morris, alraull clock. wuru commanded , i uii county, iudd ou th oxwjllont iHHimwr u they tiiivo kotit Uitt rseonU u office. Tlift following Is lortJon of Mr. Todd'n report a lit ctlUctHo ttud oomiiiMtdi, how luuuh wm not-.- , , o show ,u tu.it county Irom iirMMnt ant offe4.lU: Humiliation of tlio office of at. ex sheriff of Pullon noun- vitic i period from Juu. 1, (u Juu 1. I'JIO, showed Uiu fol- , 4fouuo to bo duo the Main. i si mllwigo, f 11.94. MivostlgaUon dloloM.d tbt- ,i ivt Mr Boat bad boon overpaid o..uuuiof U.i4 uingttiforeon-j,- , 4; mn.oiui tu Uio seaool or ueKy tunl for Mm .. jii Uxlugtou, naiuod aiuouut, vtt, $1134, lie .aitikO mo bU oheuk mid I Imv il miuo to bo coverd Itrto Mm (iov-i.duL Houso of Reform. Tlio statutes tlmt an officer shall bo ollowod for conveying a prisoner charged with a fulony from ono county to another or to tlio penitentiary, ton cunts per mile to bo calculated by Urn iiMml routo for hlmsolf and ror wich guard employed, and uhalt ba (ld for all notual neconiary for feed, lodging and transporting the prisoners. After perform-tuwich servloeu, the officer shall nuk uut a full and completn aecouul for Mil exjmiMUMt Incurred for wieh uTtc. giving the namea of Uie uhmIh amiiloyed, Uio distance travel d .(ml the actual expense of fading, NxIkIhk RHd trnnHKrtntion of the prisoner or prlBonors, widen shall be vrlfd by thMn bfor the circuit and wrtlflod by the clerk to (o tn Auditor for iMiyment. "In At Piute the sworn account eftprovvd by Uie court fnflid to show timt a gtmrd ncoumpatrfed the offtcer in nvrHj prttonera from Pulton fOMMy to lh llowee of Reform at lxinioii. ami It tbe guard did uoi RccoMtMHy mid officer, there ta att to the run omit of 1109 C; and netd amount a due the nle DMMM 1mm nwdo for Uio itbov mount kit k Iim Imhih held In ubey-tirptmdhiK nn opimrtuulty given tle rt1ff to fH affldavlte eho pro-vld- o 1m-e x I Iwt Uhm KiiardM aocompanlMl him HMloliilii Ikdt thta mncMint I dun lh aceMIBt f(Uh( to gIl0Wt Wy UlB .,.,-..m-- rf tt -- Morn ,.. -- aHifij-i ur0r-- d bv ih court tlwt a guard did neeompany Uie officer. If an officer U allowed to gfcwrge emt er wile for oncli --u-- the benoflt of thoso not acquainted wltb the facta, that tho abovo figures do not In uny sonso lndlcato "crookednese" ou the part of our county officers. In each Inatanco, except Seat's case, It was n mcro matter of too much leniency. Tho mouoy ahould hiivo been paid to Uio officials by Uioae In debt to tbo county, but was not; honco, tho offlc-v- n lmo to make good for a suffl dent sum to bulanco their books. It Mould bo tho same with nny buul imjoh not an Institution In this town Ihw every dollar collected that Is dun It. Tiikon oh a whole, the record Itt a good ono Several other countlos Imvo more than doubled this amount Seal's books wore off $11.94. tbo amount of money Uio Hhr1ff Imndles mid tho manner in wbloli ho receives It, Uio wonder is tlwt his books were so nearly In Uio matter of ovor-pnfor carrying priMoimrs lo reform school, It will bo shown that he has had four guards at various times whoso wore not ahnrged on his account. That's whoro Uio $3f9.r0 comes In. No county In tho state has a more Judicious mid economical set of Uian Fulton; and Inspectors, ni well ns tho public In gcneml, Imvo an InvlUUon to look at tholr books any old time. g cor-reo- t. For Boys and Girls DIAMOND BRAND i School Shoes w, With each pair we will give a Blotter and Lead Pencil FREE ... . 1 S1.25 to A big line of good, strong, durable Hosiery, just the thing for school children, at 1 ft; .,i . "Uncle" Charlie I'arhain, one of Uie old time negroes of tbls section, the nrouuo , i uuuliMtlon of title olflee fbr an wllee expeno ami 4 J tbo fact that It baa Un Um offlcem to retain those 'tu in tujino i4unlk In tbo to the llouno of llefonn In Uie ari of Uio lato to ull unUt- covnty JmHn far an UHnocoeaary perconvlalioue and nx wt-riod of Mwe; and Uile exooealvo n t to tbo lloueu of lleforw and MMMHt patd lo the officer which Uio officer would lake both to woeM be hi direct oppoeltlon to the W. A Carpenter, wlfo nnd baby, mr.ton Atul rviidur an aoviR u- HlHg of the etatutea." enl t tao otaio, obamlnit of Treeevnnt, Tenn . are here thla Summary. "eftslng" back u lo for tvicb boy ur gtri In ail II P TVylor. iiolloe Judtfe... IC.00 week. Ho la gradually M to bl iHtlemso ami ta?wMe $1C 20 to Uio best town on earth. jwle II Oirr. exiKtlko j i wo actual uxiwMMa of Uo W A .Nfcylor. eounty JdiH $110.20 MIba Mnrlno Urown returnod MonTmi U 10 ibe llooeo of llofonu. $114 day night from a four weeks' visit J T. Iwt, to tM iwrfootly etar i $7 44 Ooalder J(4ineti. shertf wlUi Mrs. Herron. nt Uernio ,Mo. iby are eNtiOed to reeette It II Lute. elerk $10.00 nteylHg tboee ewteooed to Im Jolin Harper nnd Heorn Ilrown $1C3 T lloter, eoenty elerk nf llfforw; ajnl It wi futfftd. Mre. J. M. Itopor, near SUito J W Morrie. elreull olerk.. $180.00 Lino, Sunday. ding to tbo AiewttU apjtmI $413.00 'bt txmrt, that rtn ibertfr bad tvual oolleotd FRANK DUDLEY at the Lyric , oirp3d to ibe "IM of $M M The Courier nould Just odd. for Friday and Saturday nights. fonvvylng thiwo convicted to tbe cm 4t- - cvaiyd, tn it ojxjrMi Milieu-eoMnt- g wv nan-tAc- d o to died hero Sunday. For many years be was u familiar figure around tho deMit, whore ho was employed as n loner. Uncle Charllo always had. Uio greatest respect for his super-loreOne of bis unlquo nnd favorite jmylnas was, "White man fust, theu a dog, than a nlggor; aas suh." Ho was a good old black man, and did bU humblo share of tbo world'B work. 0c, 1 5c and 25c a pair ar tu Boys Knee Pants at 75c also a nice line of ready-to-weto $1 .50. To fix the boys out we have Hats, Shirts, Collars, Underwear, etc. Bring them to us and let us get them ready for Monday morning. ox-eri- ff , vU-lte- d , Bradley & Parham e P. can dress the Old Man for any occasion you are not left out. S.-W- ; MMMMrttoiwvw2 Clothing Does Fine Interest You? Of course it does and here is where you'll find it. Style, material and workmanship are skillfully combined, as we buy from the foremost manufacturers who make it a point to produce clothing that has Individ-ua- l, distinctive style. The showing for Fall is particularly choice. It is made up of the newest effects, which you will enjoy seeing. ; Shot His Injured Neighbor. Pal-mor. : ; ; : ': ; ; '; ; ; ; ; ; Splendid Values at $12.50, $15.00, $16.50 and $22.50 The suits at these prices have a style that makes them attractive and pleasing. There are snappy, pronounced models and conservative styles too, so you can be practically certain of seeing just what you want. I Mne1Ulyveii klSIVMAlU ihyinii 1 I At $18.50 to $25.00 fabrics These suits are made from superior class. and the tailoring is of the highest details as Some of them include such fine and silk body-liningsilk sleeve-lining- s in They are rich in pattern and attractive design, with the touch of style that partic s. Hats and Furnishings ; Sunday nlgbt by Geno IloUi nro well kuown. farmers and llvo about two miles cost of Union City, being neighbors. Ilho troublo aroso ovor Mr. Erwln's dnugbter, wbo bad gono to tho bomo or Mr. lulmor to meet a man named Kmbry, whom ber father thought she was going to uinrry. When Erwin learned that bis daughter tos at the homo of Palmer bo went over to get her nnd tako ber homo, but ho was met by Palmer, who told him tlmt Uio girl did not want to go homo with him. Krwin loft, but returned later, his wlfo being In tho buggy with him. and IMlmor wont out to Uio buggy where a quarrel aroso and Palmer shot Erwlw threo times with a revolver, ono bnll going through his arm, nnoUior his knee, and ono entered tho rk'.ht lung. Tho physician who attended Mr trwin stated that tho men wore so cioao togeUior When tho shots woro fired that Krwln wns powder-burneAfter Uio shooting Krwin's daughter nnd Embry were married. Mrs. Erwin, when Palmer had ceased firing, started to Union City with her busso sick from lvand, but ho bocame tho loss of blood that she waB forced to stop nt tho homo of a neighbor and send for a physician. Erwln's wounds aro not considered especially dangeorus unless ho should duvelop pneumonia In tho Injured arlunis. Palmer has not yet boon having been sworn rested, no warrant out for him. but tho grand Jury Is In session this week and will probably investigate Uio case. re rink Erwin was sbot and seriously son should pay $30 and costs Cor Uie privilege ho was assuming. The List of Uie trio was Lyman Nichols, who had Imbibed too freely While Sheriff niid Deputy Goaldor In strong drink. Ho was fined $11.50. wore lookhig for another man SaturAll paid their fines. day night, they camo upon three negroes on State Ulno road engaged In a quarrel. They proceeded to Invso- tlgato Uio trouble. Mules Wanted. Uoss, Uio first negro searched, Joo carried a balr of brass knucka. For I will be In Hickman all day SaturUils offense, Judge Naylor fined him day and will purchase mules from 4 $30 and costs. Next man up was Tom Vinson. He to 9 years old. Must weigh 900 and carried a pistol nearly two feet long over. BUD ROGERS. undoubtedly Uio biggest In ho coun ty, nt least Uie largest gun of tho FRANK DUDLEY at the Lyrlo kind tho sheriff had ever seen. Tho Friday and Saturday nights. Judgo looked at It and concluded Vin Carried Big Gun, Running Water in Your House and Bam Every Day in the Year No water bilU and repair! n4 the plant U Iroot eTerUiUng. Ewry ICxwnnee Srstera la Installed at our risk, not your. To "uf watw.yit.nu. InaUt upon th. Kenulne- - Keirnnoo pneumatic tank byua. Look for our trademark and noma plate on tank and pumping machinery. Ueltne W guarantee that. genuine and you will take no chances. hydrmnU. u ) t , . 1 wUn"" "'"rf H" lnlall the i Tho bett and mo.t efficient water aupply will bo your if you No More Elevated or Attic Tanks With the Kennnee Syatem, tbe tank ground. 1 Kewanee System of Water Supply Engineering Service trappl We do not merely manufacture plants, w wire wawr luppir located In tbe cellar, or burled In the the lut ten year, we hare uewiiuliy and will last Thli tank la made of iteel fiirt wat.r sncolT problems. 1 n The Keirnnee tank almost Indefinitely. largest buUdlog. as well aa the smallest homes, rest on solid ground, aud la prutecled from are equipped with Kewnneo alt extreme In weathert will not leak, freeze, j.lyoutflt. Weareexperu.andhaie orerflow or colUp.e. In Uie KewnneehM-te- e. practical experience. r.Tery Kewitnea pumping the water create the air pres-orbyetein ha the Kflirunee traoe mars. come up to the Kewnnee For pumping the water any kind ot and must .n,haalliAltfWAIiOeffUar a.l power may be used wlln the Kewnnee Sy behind It. Our fZgATgasoline engines, electricity, anteectsausfactloa your complete loru windmill, engineers will plan steam, bot air, or any other kind ot satiable water system tree ox ciuirso. power. Every Kewmiee system. I guaranieea hj rKtt !" tl' ..vii ip M m z1!! - ".. wuu uww vu PsKnntnn i B,it i :fivvm niww 7Ufew '"H,." J-- thing we claim for It. If It lane, return it ai our expense and jour money wui Dereiunaea. srjTi rrTTPt e laae ail tne rise. Kewanee Water Supply Co., MWSB, 1U. ' iJ jsssmj JffisBfs "i-- i . When you arc ready for your Fall Hat let us show you the new styles we arc offering at ; ; . $2.50, $3.00, $4.00 There is also a complete showing of Neckwear, Underwear, etc. "By Clish" the mnrk of quality. Glsb tho only Portrait Photographer, Walker's comer, Wes Hickman. Thomas It. Stono ening at his home typhoid fever, and biirlal at Oakwood woro conducted by dletl Saturday ev- lt I - "" 'AX Ask for Our I 64-Pa- ; near Columbus of Uie funeral and Sunday afternoon Rov. S. L. Jewell. 1 M-berg, : ular men want. ryy wyJE. . TLWraJ t l nooie Our caulog Is neauuiuiiy rated, and shos ilie rniuy adranMtei pj th Kewnnce System over tha old tltvsted tanks Giurctilog from our dealer and sk him which Kewanee System you should install etunnnwyouhowyoucanharea lio- wnneeWMerSiipi.lySysteinlnjTOir Catalog i iu: & DODDS D. Q. CO. BALTZER iNCOrtrOKATED MMMMMMMMMMiVl-L- ' -? Mr. and Mrs .C. T. Bondurnnt, Mrs. Nannlo Kingman and Miss Llzrlo of Hickman, come ovor Monday afternoon from Hickman In Mr. Cadillac niach,! no. May field Messenger. 8k!iRlif "" Stefe&em. For Sale by ssJt i J Bon-duran- fs Hickman Tinning & Plumbing Company. " m8s- u tiMin ft tnsw iitj.nl ,ll,!BrSBIiaaasanlB,,WsPSlaeaaaaasaaaafcsli' nmmnmmm"mmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmimmmjfa&asUCaiVaa Vtt4 5f f. ?KwwyrtrW' JrX ' - . , j, - s -- JMBnajtgWWHWI v c .irjnm - rn--- " - Sulphur Springs Business -- ASK Good Music and Dancing. Free Swings. Fine Spring Water. Electric Lights, Telephone, etc. Good things to eat and drink. Ten minutes walk or nice drive. Cool, pleasant. Admission Free x33xi.a"V jojntejs, 3vxvaiBox. Thursday Night MARBLE WORKS KNTAIIMNIIKtt iHtieceatur In II. (1. Directory DAIRY. Revive If River Traffic. , Calls Roosevelt Famo, N. D. A man who fought hts Ituosetvlt aud wuy to r tocalled htm a liar gave a bud day to the crowd at IsUud Park, lu this city. Col. Hoosevelt seued the mau and helped eject him (rem tue platform. "We cannot afford to be without the great landers," said the colonel We Hawinuxt have mim like (Snierson, thorne and Poe, like she scientific leaders. the great historians. In snott, all the men who because of ex optional abtitt) do oxrepOonal work, which when done is of the utmost value to us alt and which make one of the most Important assets a nation can have. While keeping popular education In mind, we muet never lone night f ih m1 of higher educn-tlou- . Above all. M us work to have the rolleg.es turn out men, men whose clmruii-- r and good works will Influence the life of the nation." The colonel had Just Inlehml hu Labor Day speech before one of the larxtMt crowns of bis Western trip As he spoke Uie ImI sentence the crowd cheered, and the there was a s rush for the sneaker's stand of of people who sought to o near enough to ne Col Mooaeeett al short range and shake his ha!. wacblag asIt was a semblage, and Uie coJonrl shook hands with ever) oae woo mmM cot aear enough to him. A small, poorly drood wan then pushed his way throoKh the mans of poople, until he roahl make himself heard by the rotoaet He wore a battered bat and was naabarca. "I have n qneellea te ask yon, Roosevelt." he said. "I want to know who Is paring the eipetuea of tkta trip of roan a knot tho countryr Tke question angered Col KooeeveN and his fare showed u. lie sdvanrnd a step toward his Mierragator an4 shot back his answer "I coMtMsr that to be an Imperil-nen- t rueatkM," he mid. "However. I hare no objection te tftlllns; von." he willed, "that Hm eipeneea of the part- are being pnld by the mamutoe of whlrh I am one of the editor-- ) "You lie." the man shouted so lewdly that hundreds of person rn the crowd could hear him. As he spsko the words Col. Keeso-vel- t stepped forward qnlokly and seized his arm Just bote- - Uie elbow. His vigorous action did not dslor the man from flnlehlac what he had to say, for ho shouted out. "Your expenses aro bein-- t paid by tho people of the United Stales." Although Col. IloosersH was the first to act, others rushrd qnfekly to assist him. ind even before Uie man bad finished hU rsraark two mea had seixed him. The colonel did not release his grip until the stranger was moving rapidly from tho stand. He was ejected (rem tho platform and was swallowed up in Uie excited crowd laoa-Mamigood-amure- IH FOR RATES- - HICKMAN WOODLAWN tuero is any merit in tho following editorial from tho Commercial-AppealHickman Is In lino for great- TOM DILLON, Sr BeBt er things proUded wo take an Inof Milk and Butter delivered. terest in our own welfare from a Homo Phone No. 27. resuscitation of river traffic. MemMcMURRY A. H. Leet, Prop. Jw Prop, Humiimitr, ilrrn, Marble and Granite considerable crowing advantages she has over other largo cities by reason of CURBING, STONE WORK Ob A Office over Hickman Drug Compary lunlug the Y.lbfclhsippi river shipping Hickman, Ky. KINDS, IRON FKNCIN; facilities; and vse have nil that Mem r--T- . . ssfe-iflphis has In this respect. Ilut what g Hickman, KrnlutKy BETTERSWORTH & PRATHER wo need worse than Mom phis Is to Groceries tako advantago of our opportunities. City Delivery; both phones No. CS. Hero is tho editorial: "Best of Ever. t'ng" 4aaam'jaaTBa Onco again, If present Indications VOODLAND MILLS NEWS. accepted, tho Mississippi river can bo HICKMAN i URNITURE CO. Resolutions. Alb-i- ( MlllautH litllf boy la v.--y will becomo a groat artery of comFuneral Directors and Enibalmeri. low tt( typiiukl fotrr merce. Tho old dujs will be recallT M I1ak .'..d ntotkt-- r are rtalt-lnPhone 20, night or day. ed. Once again many boats will Wo. the tMohorn of l"ul'. Hickman, Ky. Mrn D. M. Flack nt UrockU. pass from tho importnnt cities of Uie la iHnUtuto UNHtiHbled. bMm I II ifsiher mm! ebildrwi rb faiktwinir owoIhUom Ohio river and upper Mississippi to DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. ony mat wctk ffi 'h t in. i. t ,i) tho Gulf. Dentist rVnt w wkli iu Urnak UUm Xulo Brn4ky. wno ban bdn New Orleans will bo the shipping III of typhoid frwr, ia tMt to bo up MmI IkMnl for the we of Davidson' old stand. Phone No. 2 point and the valley will be one of Hickman, Ky. i aln tho most important commercial higheeVnd --w- thank Ik m. USek ways of the country. Jackm Mowklmtoy. of Xmm tor Hr HICKMAN HARNESS CO. man s In HwJ.i.J Mills oo Ooj- - t PanaThe announcement Uiat Uie as care in . hi ewtdaeUnj; dvuuo4Ml A. J. Wright, Manager. U ma canal will be completed in 1916 vtrk Mrs Mtihf-. (JhU Duos, of Momww. visit-Third has given an impetus to Uie steamkMi t Makers and Dealers In Harness. as moher, Mn Hack, a few liny aMNwJaitoa Ht boat interests. iionaiji. Repair Work a Specialty. much style, as high-gra- de ihli wek of ttihXHi fw Uo kutroM u. . In Memphis a dry dock has been Mm. Klwnod Lonn anoat kwK wax la tMsprwIaa Ute aaMlUry established. It is no longer necesleathers and mawith her pan-etMr. nawl Mrw. It of our lot Unas sary to go to Jeffersonrille or Mound r Prnlit rNnwUfr Umt w exareo . City for Uie wajs. The dock hero terials as in the shoes .! uild-n- i 1,1 to wtr ff1rtat Oont Hirkntna. wa Is not for largo boats, but small jj i la Wi. Hiiano ones can be repaired. In Helena a made for boys uin oao 4av teajwVat far hor unUrlw: lot' Wr-oar h await, and w are aim. similar dock has been established, ' 3; Attorney-at-Lu- w Mrs ltora ftanoVrs nawl eaMrtrmt to oar laalmolor h more wearwhile a larger one has been built In men, hi i arc pa4!a ih Vicksburg. with hoc MMaV anfiittwaa nad hat oacmi: resistance, besides a dic ! Will practice in all Courts t .n NaiiIP aloaK odaonUoaal Ua. At Jeffereonvllle, Ind., seven boats 1 P. W PraUirr. wuv a ad MtU H oiod. Tlwt w m u i are being built. At Ilttsburg more tionary with every of the State. ; on srwat Hataroay ntfht with Maria eaoVavor e reach he bu than twenty steol barges are being JaClolKivi i taaoatsi Urwu awl ataUly. aear Joraaa. aaboM u m b from size WA up. constructed for tho purpose of handtnsrior. aad ttmt w aaall ling freight. be unckora la Uie ttaai Tho low wator of the uppor Ohio DOBBNA NOTES. J Office with has always been a drawback, but Hoeaa Lawracr Is o thf-- nlelc kat. Judge B. T. Davis the government Is now Installing a Heole4. 1tai dariax ! iim oaf a Oay Hail wvat to Wolf Uksa4 aa-- rear e nhall work far mn series of locks which will Insure a nffort aaaoax Ua iaaitiiaa; 1 . certain navigable dopth tho year aVaool brcan Mnaoay at Liieaot abai will br heyal aao u round. Grave oar Hiiniihanaihat, oar sVb. i In New Orleans one of Uio largest Tkanaaa Prku wrat to Tntro asat to aao asaaker boats of Uie rlvor trado Is being conflaiuroajr MeeuleoH. That we do ai. structed. Propellers are replacing i Mr. Urom to pa ttm aMc auwar ta aatoraa (ha peasoat u Uie stern wheel, which for many am tMs wwrtc years has churned Uie muddy waters secant ta oanfulwtry olacauoi J. O. KIsh; to Charliswaa oa into foam. aVeoNoH. That a eeaf f bnasnna s Taariiajr -- AT CUSTOM MADE BY This is'' tho beginning of a new olaUtiaa be aaaltobed la our Mrs. Ctwfm wont t.. Htckmaa dispensation. paper aa4 narad upon Um Wertheimer-Swar- ts . atanhv Shoe Co. Bradley & Pariiam's In St. Louis three boats arc beof tte iaatitata J. II. Ptfhatt resarn. fmm Daw ing built to meet tho future deHaecafMly MlHaHed by u aoa grlair PVWay. ST. LOUIS, u. s. A. mands of tho trade. These boats Basket leaves every Twa CttaisaWU. of HVkumn. waa lUlttmi will be modeled after tho whalebacka W C. UMWfltu bore Satanav- alcat Tuesday afternoon of Uie lakes. They will bo equipped VlltniNtA LI It Van-iSsalUi. of Irtrluaaa. vlastxd for carrying a limited number of pasKATM HILL. Aadrey iJtwtvaeo Mai wek Best Work Lowest Prices sengers, but tho real mission of these IIRTTIH COII I Hoary Caehraa. of Charleotoa. waa peculiar boats will bo to curry freight.! . here oa banian laat week When tho Panama canal Is finishSchool Begins Monday. M. D. Ilrteo and HttW Jim I Pick Mm raaaJe imvie. wife of t ed Uie railroads will look to Uio gulf oil are vtaHlaa; la Cairo this k ria, 4M at bar home In lh ports for shipping facilities. Tho T. 1). Half aajl wlfo. of Oaartootoa. bosaw Ahk of Power-Ove- r commerce which has gono to Hickman's public schools will open wro tho rwobu of Mr. Hlglaa laat fevar Shr ana 33 ) tl, (mi '.. FIVE NEGROES LYNCHED and Eastern points, and thenco Monday morning. wak. anrlMNt by b.r buakaad a. i around Cape Horn, to reach West-er- a There Is not a better high school Cmreaco Johnson and mm. Iter- - ohlWrra. Georgia Mob Avenosd Attempts to ports and Oriental countries, to bo found in Uie Stat, and fow of iauad, of Caarloaioa. v tot tad frtoaaa Kill White Family. will in futuro go to Uio South, for them can offer the sains advantages Mr F I. MotttaMf and Hi i Here Sararonj' night. it will bo cheaper and quicker to Uiat may bo had hero. For this reaAthens, Go. Caught in an attempt to Mbaan Naaato ami llhnd. ar Oooraa Ttuuaas Taeadar load Uio ocean-goinships at New son, every child of sohool age In commit arsun and murder, nro ln In Utln wK were lytiohed in an Isolated part from UaaUnmlutt. Teaa . whara ho Orleans Uian it will be to load thorn Hickman should be placed in school hna bON vwitiaK home folka at Now York. Monday morning education is tho of Clarko couuty by lnturlaied noigh-bor- a (Nn4y AUornoy Itowy and ' Don't criticise your doctor Cxutde Mndtlox and wife eatortoin-t-- JohnMw w,-- r in Fulton, Tu n of the family against whom the Tlho river will becomo an oppoal-Uo- n greatest legnoy Uiat you can bequoaUi because medicine prescribed a number f rmttn people at their buHlinoe factor In Uio commercial fiold. them. Failure to taku advantago of blacks bad plotted. The plot was unby him fails to have the deIt will bo the natural channel for car these opportunities will mean failure covered shortly after midnight, when homo Sntarday aarht ia boaor of sired effect. The prescripJ. W. Huff, a prominent plnnter of the Mlita Maude Madaox lc rying freight It will bo tho pracU- nil Uirough life. eroam and county, discovered a negro in his tion may have been good, cot raw equalizer, wnen uio now Besides the regular high sohool room, and made him a prisoner. Au cahw were tarred but the ingredients dispensed Tdw people of UN-ne-t boats aro entered into Uio Southern course, tho following branches will alarm was given and neighbors arOmn w.m poor. Give the doctor a fair trade. bo taught lu uddltion: rived. After putting tho uegro Uirough d km pjotmd Moailay nlaai Thoy ex show by taking his prescripMemphis will yet see Uio old the third degree bo confessed that eteil a protracted mtwr to b Vocal and Instrumental Music. tions to a druggist who makes four other negroes had planned with gin but from some ublnum days of river commerce revived, and r,uu French. a point of dispensing only him to enter the homo of tho Huffs, It dhi not cuiuo there will bo Uie earao activity on Gorman. pure drugs of right potentcy then kill Mr. Huff and all the memI was very nervous," Uio river front that was notable beGreek. drugs that have the power bers of tho fumlly, rob tho house and wrlles Airs. Alollic Air?c, fore tho war and after. Elocution. to overcome illness. set It on fire. of Carrsvlllc, Ky "liad Bookecplnkg. A posse was Immediately palpitation of the heart, formed, Tested drugs only are Shorthand. and started In pursuit of the other Mre. S. M. Naifeh Is vlsIUng Clinand was Irregular. used here, and skilled pharTypewriting. negroes. When tho posse overtook the ton relatives Uils week. On the advice of Airs. macists do the compounding. Penmanship. hegroes they rofuHcd to surrender and Hattie Cain I tnntf 2 hr.l. You should have the best And advantages of Uio now library. a running fight followed, in the course Sudo Nolfeh left Tuesday for Chitics of Cardul and It did procurable when combating cago to purchase goods. Tho property owners and taxpay- of which the negroes woro shot down me more jjood than any sickness. ers havo built up a school here tlmt and killed. Several members of the medicine I ever took. M. Ii. Shaw' left Sunday for New we may all posso were slightly wounded in Uie feol proud of, and Uio "I am 44 years old and Orleans to spend sovoral weeks. least possible duty yfcu can owo pistol battle. the chance has not left CowgilFs Drug John D. Porryman died at his homo them Is to allow your children to mc, but 1 am lots belter near Clinton Wednesday morning, take advantage of It. since faking CarduL" Mrs. J. H. Pickett eutortnlnod a (Incorporated) Tho High School Courso Is free Aug. 31, after a long Illness. number of her friends at her home K54 to all pupils In Fulton County. Sunday In honor of her 26th wedFOR SALE: Mulberry posts: 2 log Start them Monday without fall. ding anniversary. J. L. Tiirelkeld and wife, of Kennet wagons; small delivery mule. If you Mo., are visiting his brother, Harry want to talk trade, see Fred Hayden. Sam Salmon, Jr., tho Threlkeld, in this city, and other Tflie W. C. T. U. potlUoncd tho city son of Sam Salmon, fell from a porch Harness Shop, friends. JUDGE WISE. dads of F.olton to fire Marshal St. at the home of Leo Salmon, in tliu Tonic J. C. Speight will be the Itepubll-ca- n John because he signed the whiskey uppor bottom, Tuesday, and broko Business Philosopher. petition and later signed a poUtion his right arm near Uio olbow. The Cardul Is advertised and candidate for Judge of Court of Is the place to buy your Harness. sold by Its loving friends. dlstanco from tho porch to Uio ground I carry a good line of Harness, Appeals in this district, opposing to ncntest tho election. . . .. . Bri "Kntn nnvo 1fnl ,.u ..iiiu uiiuniiun to was about six foot. Dr. C. W. Cur-I- I dles, Collars and Saddles, Uie lady who advised Judge T. J. Nunn, the Democratic Curry uiorougnrnroB," says Judgo l.irosil Oooloy & Thorn's bIiow 'boat, billed Wlso, Mrs. Atirse fo take Cardul. u dressed his Injuries aud ho Is Combs, Brushes, candidate. Saddle Blankets hero for Monday night, failed to show nut tho Journoy is enjoyed If the! had herself been cured of getting along very nlcoly. Dungy and Wagon Whips. My lino Illrknn Tnm r.. ... .1 up. It is thought tho strong wind " M. A. McDaniel left on display at oujipiies your wants serious female trouble, by or wmps is me nest tnat money can in their lino." There will bo regular sorvlcos at this office yesterday a fine lot of which continued throughout Uio day Cardul, so she knew what tho Presbyterian Church Sunday buy. It will pay you to look through apples and pears from his orchard in necessitated their tying up. Cardul would do. my stock before you buy. Harness "Now's tho tlmo to sow your tur morning and evening. A good attend-ancthis county. Tho fruit is exception If Cardul cured Mrs. Mrs. Emma Stephens returned Sat is desired. Visitors aro wel- and shoe repairing a specialty. Noxt nips. Wo havo Just recolvcd a big ally fine and Mr. Mc attributes his urday from Huntsvllle, Ala., where Cain and Mrs. Alirse, It door to Farmers Merchants Bank, shipment of seed embracing nil tho success in this lino to spraying. If she lias been visiting her broUior, II. come Wra. G. Stockton, MInlstor. surely will cure you too. HICKMAN HARNESS CO., A. J. Kood varlotloH-i- n hulk. The prices spraying gets such results, it is time E. Garth. Mrs. Stephens spent most Won't you try It? Miss Linnlo Thrclkeld, of Wood- Wright Manager. nro right. Hotter hurry." our farmers were waking up to the of her time in the mountains at Mon- land Mills, spent Sunday with relaPlease do. j value of it. te Sano. tives in HJcIasas. "By Glsh" tho mark of quality. FLAT Attorney! 2i Law A. phis lb iloiiii: tho scat Monuments i Wagu-- n I n -, much JUST making, just just a' ort) 1 b u . a. A. M. TYLER older and and te - k k pair . mi, Ky. : mwn am, 1 IiEAVJJ 'H- Pk-kH- LAUNDRY w( - ' New-Yor- k . 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