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Action Wm A BLUE MARK HERE meant that your subscription ban expired Renew promptly If you want the paper to come to you aftrfr this month h.inq is thB Team that Pulls the Commeicial Wagon up the Hill of S uccesa. VOLUME at Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE NO. TAriiK IN WK8TERN ni KO. uo KIINTUCKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1910. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1HBI 24133 flxrirvAran r"i'"rji wBHuuHtmawmitwttiuotjjijtaitjjmM pax i '.5 fnriMtuM' -c mennono 4 0ON0 v PROUD OF "TEDDY'S" EFFORT N WHY DEAL HERE? WOODMAN SPARfe THAT THEifc. "i . "I I Jo 11 t I n Z.JH r I JLII J 6 '' rvi. ff I I ;' B E Thoroughly dependable stock Newest and best of goods Many handsome Silverware patterns Jewelry of every conceivable sort Diamonds of the finest quality Watches of all reliable makes Prices that are right : r r i i i f t t 9 C U II f'1 y I f t t ' i S a I ai w '& (CopyrlcbL I I, fl PI r "1 !: vmevriuv-J- Z. joiv 110.) II n OPPORTUNITY BOND CO'S. NEW DUSI NCSS SUBDIVISION It located in the very heart of the CommerA. M SCtU f NKER-T- he Jeweler r Thlt map ihow that niCHMOND r. Spcer & Letter from Syria DY A. cial Activity of Hickman. The door to Mengel factories through which 525 men past in going to and from work. It it located right at the gins and mill where the farmers bring their products. It (t the oleaett business section to four residence additions that have been opened In Hickman reeently. It Is In the part of town which hat grown like wild fire and It being talked abeut and will oontlnue He to grow at an enermeut rate. Here It OPPORTUNITY. who take advantage ef opportunity beeomea lueeettful. Hit neighbor think him a fee4 until tuccctt comet and then wonder how he did it. Will you tee Russell Johnson and buy a $200 lot on eaty terms that will be worth 12000 In a few years or will you aland off and watch the other fellow take advantage of OPPORTUNITY. S. BARKETT ti Notice. Notice of Meeting. C3r. IBBARNES KNOCKS TEDDY NEW YORK LEADER 8AY8 HYSTERIA IS RUNNINQ RIOT. ' "oosevtlt'a Attack Upon Supreme Way for Pros Court Will titution of Judiciary. Pv William Uamcs, Jr., e. .tllcaa stale TOmhiitiwwan and i a er cf Albani, Issued a sUUMel ir a wiikb u ueriarw. l n1 of tho aadntMst ot in- 4 re HoosoveU lu tho West, bit rod all thoughtful uien aad Im V them with Uio frlajbtful dan-i- t which Ilea In his pollUcnl ascend-eo.New York. 1 rut-ee- """ j -- ' statement In part says; At the coming convention It will Le determined whether tho Republic aa party of Ibis Uto latoads to bow t head to the political agitation ot the hour, which Is tho eaHse ot tho Witsy overhanging tho business world fjdav. nr will Htnnd Ormly and In uu-'- j it atlt tttriiu by Its rorkrlbbed, have, i uiueiTitttve prlnclplai, wbk-when It ) In power, given eoufldonoo o the business world and enoouragod "torprlaea. ' HystarU has run riot throughout this country, exprcsatng Itself la oue form or anotbor, uoh as 'direct nominations," the 'initiative and roforon-dum- ,' tho 'Inltiatlvo and reoall.' "Tho recent attack upon tho supreme court ot the United HUtcs by a and nsptrlng citizen could not have boon mn.lo without a purpos well thought out It this appeal against judicial decisions Is pop-uls-r and la not rebuked, there Is nd retton whatsoever, If a direct primary law ahotild be enacted in this state, that candidates for Judicial offices, compelled to run tho gauntlet primary, of a district or atato-wldwould not, In order to nppeal to the temporary sontlmonta of tho moment, derlaro In advanco tholr attitude upon mattors which would como before them for Judicial revlow. Mr Hames" ' h koen-wltted e Remember 1 H. E. Curlln for Joy 'low era. Timber Wanted, 1 iun now In tho markot for ull klmla of lmrd wood logs and standing Umber ou N. C. & St. ., 1. C. d M. & O. railroads. 8co rao soiling. J. W. WAIU), Hickman, Ky. lOctp I-bo-for- tommorclal Appeal, both ono year for fl.36. (Jet Tho Hickman Courier and Weekly then u, county of Hosbla, of somo four thousSoxtrni. Hlckmnn, Ky. and Inhabitants, half of which have liulgratt-I fear friends: to America, Brazil, Egypt, League Tho Mutual ProtecUve The firm of Seat & Leggato has An I lukvtm'L written you for somo Argentine Republic, and aro all very been dissolved, Mr. Seat disposing of meets at tho Masonic Hall, over time about whnt wo Imro Keen and auccwstul Immigrants. Tbla town Is hl3 Interest to Mr. Lcggnto. All per- CowglU's, on tho 2nd and 3rd Friday hnpproed to us In thin country, will greatly noted for tho civil war In sona Indebted to the firm will pleoso nights in each month. All members write ngnlu. Wo haon't dono anyjlSCu between Uiu Chlrstlans and call and sotUo their account. SEAT are urged to bo present on those except Uio local travcllnj; hamedana together with a trlbo call-- I nights. O. T. SALMON, Socy. loctp & LEGQATE. mwin by tliat wo haven't hod thojed Druuse. They massacred over 800 chaneo to visit Dnmaeous, and Jcrusa of the very belt men and took tho . .. .... . . Eat at Andy's. lem, nelthor Uio land of ralosUno, aa i iuwn as a icnsu in uo town sun LAND FOR SALE. wo get horo It hna boon rath- Btatids an old castle at least 2000 ttlitce er too hot ami dry to travel very fw years old, and It Is inhabited by an I have acres of o old and well noted family, or rather and havo postponed our trip to Fulton Co. land listed for sale, DALLY DIET HINTS unUl Uio beginning ot next colony called Uio Princess Shohabs. Br DR. T. J. ALLE.V coun- Somo threo hundred, people live in mostly bottom land, above spring or lato Uiln fall. The Food SpedAlitt. try liuro ia dry as a bone. It has it at tho proeont time. Mrs. Darkott and below Hickman. Also not rained for thrvo months and it and somo of our Syrian friends went properTHE BANANA. PHILIPPINE REVOLT ENDS. will not rain tho next three months, Uuough it but I didn't becauso they some West Hickman overy aro all Mouamedaua whose women do ty, and a few hill farms and but wo havo vory heavy down The banana contains all the Ltader of Uprising Is Captured by nlfllrt Ho Uio farmers Lore rulBc very j not com out beforo mon. Wo Btay-- 1 elements necessary to perfect noU8e8 and lots Constabulary. alloys cd In Uils town two nights tho guoeta lllrto com except In tho food nutrition, and that In proNow is the time to portion closely approximating Manilla.1Tho uprlstuif In Nuora wboro Uioy can Irrluato. Hero In tho ot our good friend, Mr. Kaullte, an terms. It Is, when properly milk. Vltraya. led by Simon Mnndne, the county of Margeon thoy don't raise undo of Jim IlarkotL buy land. Values are lower ripened, easily digested and one former Krnor of llocos Norto, oatno any corn except lu Uio bottom laud This woek Uie weather is rather. of the best monodlets, especialnumi which Is colled tho Valley of Haula, ffvil n Lfwul lir,w9M nil. Hut fltnn tint in Fulton County than any- 10 all IBRWriOUS CnU rmiuiun .,, . VVW H..u.v. .W f ."., ly In stomach and intestinal Into the hands of the Maftdne fell Will surely m- grow a largo- crop of cqrn nnd lost week v as warm. Tho summer Is Where else. they disorders In which fatting Is ceMtabulary, having been seleid and ory llttlo cottom Tho lato and it will bo ten days yet bo- - crease per cent in the The smallsurrendered by the poople of tho prov Mimo rlco and est of the fruit, being undevell, among whom &e had sought to bind there Is as rloli as Uio land foro wo can enjoy the flno grapes. ince vu.t "" , oped, should not be eaten, nor In tho bottom below Hlcknmn. Hut Prult and veeotables nro short thlalnexl irouble. any while any part Is green or mon Uioy Mill eiilllvato Uio land the )ear, duo to Uio lato Bpring, also a and let us show you what we of M,naao', right-hanAw deep yellow. Cooking converts alM) wore Brrostcd and his other loi same old wny as thoy used to do hoa' hall Btonu which killed tho'l.v the stcrch Into sugar, making it lowers dlsporsod. It Is estimated that the Umo beforo Christ. Thoy use tho most of Uio fruit. The crop ot figs B. G. HALE. more easily digested, but spoilt, the bnsd of OHtlaws originally num- onttlo and tho old fashioned plow will como In about tho middle of ing largely the other food elebered 600, hut It dwindled soon to ZOO, tools and I think It Is a slow way. also watermelons and then wo ments. Banana flour Is made but fow arms. aid these had great deal to will havo a fat tlm. from- - green bananas, and while guarantee all plumbing and tinhot, Man-da- e I havo been talking a I When the pursuit bocarae using tho modThis Is a bad country for doctors. superior to wheat flour, Is Insought refuge In tho Aome of a tho big planters about ning I do. If tho work don't como ferior to the ripened banana plow tools mid the horses nnd Peoplo do not got sick. Wo are hav- you ma a who was subsequently killed ern up right and I can't out-taleaten In Its natural state. Turk- ... u.a when the peofd turned against the inuloB to plow with, also Uie we w, cheerfully do tho Job over-d- ren. hid- ish Koveniment Is importing n groat growing rapidly nnd' who nro former governor and revealed hia Just like any other plumbor. Cotton (l'0,N IIVJ. by Joseph U. Uowle.) deal of modern tools nnd soiling thorn learning Uie Arabic language. Mrs. ing placo. to en- Darkott is also tearing some Arabic. at cost to Uio farmers so as The Greatest Ever. Uiom all over Insldo ot ten days wo aro going to BuglaHd. At a meeting courage thoin to uso isaHBiiafHaasiiasitfMHiSMBM ' Sheffield. Dr. Itussel the country. I thlrfk overy farmer travel over Mount Ijbanon which Is of the Urltlsh Association years. very close to us. The mountain Is aad Dr. Hutehlntou, who bare long will bo using thorn In five Tho prices huro of wheat, corn, pretty well Inhabited. I will write eiporlnientlng In noil fertility, been announced the discovery of the micro- lwirley. etc., aio very promising to you moro fully after our Journoy Is organism to tho fertility of the soil. Uie great sucoss of tho farmers In completed. city water system, can now be hd nnrwher. I will deucrlbo to you our old homo All th convenience and comfort of this rountry, being considerably high You can have an abundance of water delivered under strong pressure, to all fixtures and Judledlt. It is Uio county sent of hjdrsnU. No water bills and repairs; and the plant Is almost everlasting. er horo than In America, moro Head Arrested, Trust Every Kewnneo Srttm Is Installed at our risk, not yoars. To avoid unsuccessful wheat nnd corn and all Margeon, about C000 people, hnlf of rtoehetter, N. Y. As the result of water systems, insist upon the genuine Ke tvniiro pneumatic tank and system manutartured by us. Look forour trade mark and name plates on tank and pumping machinery, dot the supremo court order to kinds of fruits nnd vegetables, and them being In foreign eountrlos. disobeying a genuine and you will take no chances. We guarantee that. aneear as a witness In the United labor Ih twlco as high as It was ton There aro more old people, widows The best and most efficient water supply will be yours if you install the States Independent Telophono case, yeors ago. I fully bollovo that this horo than in any place I ever saw. now on trial, Ureokenrldgo Jones, country will bo its good nnd as It Is situated on a hill, and a very president of tho Mississippi Valley us any country In Uio world proUy placo when viewed from tho No More Elevated or Attic Tanks Engineering Service FREE Trust Company of SL Iiuls, arrested r east. The town is built llko stair I havo vlsHttd all Uio neighboring We do not merely manufacture witor sorrly With the Kewnneo System, the tank Is Nova, was brought to Itoohos-tont t'aso rlanU. Wo solve water supply problems Iur Improvements steps, and pretty well scattered, Uio located In the cellar, or burled In the ground. Efforts wore mnJo towns and found somo or steel plates and will last loir the last ten years, we have succes!ully This tank la made this afternoon. res- town bolng nbout two miles long and solved over DUO, water supply problem;. The ono, some now The Kewnneo tank almost Indefinitely. largest building-- as well a the sraal lest homes, to socuro tho attendance of Mr. Jones In oaoh rests on solid giound, and Is protected from are equipped wllh Kewnneo stock, moro produce ono nillo wldo. Most of tho peoplo rer all extremes In weathert will not leak, freete, at tho first trial of the tolophone suits idences, bottor Supply outnts. t earn experts, and have or collapse. Id the Kewuiiee Sy overflow j.racUCsU etptr.er.ee. Vrtrr iieMiinco ufl spring, and altliough served with and more money Bpent for living and aro morehants and politicians, none last teiUapumplngthewatercreatrs the air presriem oat we uu to Uie trade mark fxiji sure. For pumping tho water any kind of and muit come newnnw Hniiauee clot !is than over beforo. Wo wont farmers, but somo land owners, llko a subpoena, he failed to appear. power may b used with the Kewnneo tya sUntUrd.andbjutbKeriuite.niar ono day to a neighboring town called It. T-- . Tyler, S. L. Dodds, T. A. Bedteru windmills, gasoline engines, electricity, nnteeoc mu union oeoiou it. uur Manlao' Beats Girls. steam, hot air, or any other kind of tultablo emUneerevr... inaa your corapieia town ot about 1B00 ford and oUiers. The people nro veuy Bbbol Snky, a water ty.tem free oc cimrcw. power. Glons Kails. N. Y. Tho entlro Every Ketvnnee System is guaranteed to and of neighbor- Thin town bus some as good and genorous nnd good hearted, moro forco f this city Ol1v UUUltUUCl. aro In to their guesut, who thoy thing we claim for It. If It tails return It at ing village la hunting a maniac who, as flno reuldenco as there our expense and yourmouey wui be refunded. rwason, attacked two girls In Hickman. Tho peoplo aro first class treat flno according to their customs without t e use aii me rifta. . V a field noar hore, beat ono of them fanners and givo careful attention to which aro different to ours In AmerfsiSv l"wnte Water Supply to., rvl It tho butt of bis raising ollvo trees, grapes and Uio ica. Into Insonalblllty with revolt er, placed the muwlo to thoy silk worm. Tho people of this little Pleaso glvo my regards to all of sudden-breast of tho other and then,Tho man city sent most of Uiolr bright young my friends In Hickman, especially to changing his mind, fled. n my good old friends In tho bottom, wns a New York detective. men to Uroill, who nro exporting i.i i. nn . i1 mm "i-- i tfTaer ii hiWJ-g- .i 14 big lot of money to them. Hy such and toll Uiem that A. S. will bo wlUi ii. A '- Tho two girls nro Mllinn Sherman, k JTOlUi.liJig .J peo- them next spring ready to sorvo 'thorn age. nd I.yola Fltigorald. and tho careful farming theso yoars of Catalog all. Ask for Our Tho Sherman girl's ocndltlon Is plo live vory comfortable. JO Let us show you how you cin hve a Your friend, critical. week wo wont to an old town Lust , A. S. DAnKETT. beautilullr noute. Our catalog called Hasbln, county seat of Uio and showi the many jdvantages of the ICewniieo System over the oid tlevated tanks. Get our catling Irom our Whon you havo an nchoy, strctcliy deilcr and aik him uhlch Ktnioee britem Swellings of tho flesh caused by feeling and you nro dull, tired ands you anouid initati. buy, call and lnflamatlon, cold, fractures ot tho If you don't want to dlHcournged it Is n sign of approach-InFor Sale by chills, lou iUouU act look, anyway. You might seo some- bono, toothncho, neuralgia or rhouma-Ismalaria or can bo relieved by applying an attack. Hfc.ii-UlN- thing ou want. Hickman Fur. Co. dulckly to ward off BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It offers you Uio help you need. should bo well rubbed In over Uio It destroys tho nialurlal gonu, drives you fool healing und .. . out all imprlUea and makes 4jaaMagwAajMfcwMi i i ' " Our mill is running every day. part affected. Its great it i 11 " MMaHBAHMSUMMa bright, vigorous and cliocrful. Prlco You will not bo disappointed it you nenotratlnK nowor eases Uio pain, re . Drug Co. duces swelllnff and restores natural i GOc. Sold by Hickman i price ace. doc and ?i.oo como to our mill for shlugloa. Yotea condiuons. 1 i a bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. & Kirk Shingle Co. Cold drinks at Andy's. . Bond Pal-tttlln- 10,000 liberal - .", --- d til 25 "contra-Indicated.- " r,ll Au-gu- bu u.-a.c- CT. k Ruhnins Water in Your House and Barn Every Day in the Year bt pro-ducU- Kewanee System of Water Supply P riinfnntnp rnTiv MI tji ii'vnTv y 'm M 61-Pa- 1 m E Hickman r inning & riumbing Company. HlfcAm,. ) - ,tjM. .. Sulphur Springs Business -- 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 3?33ri.a"v aronxriEie, iveasiakox. Thursd'y Night MARBLE WORKS KKTAllMHIIKlMtffi Directory His Last Service. Clever Bank Cashier. Good Job for Convict, Pittsburg, Sept 13. John Francis, warden of Riverside penitentiary, and Edward Lewis, warden of Pittsburg all, have many letters offering good positions to Joseph A. Hass, counterfeiter, who It to be liberated from January 11, prison Leavenuorlh thanks to the inteiveutlon of Prasl-den- t U lVav. D. W. Bryant, who has for several months bcon pastor of tho WOODLAWN DAIRY. Christian Chucrh of this city, will A. H. Loot, Prop. hold his last sorvico for tho yoar next Dest of Milk and Butter dellvured. Sunday, after which ho leaves for Home Phone No. 27. KIniborland Heights. Tenn., to school. McMURRY & FLAT Tho BUbJect of his morning disAttorneys st Law course will bo "Tho Purposo of Life Office over Hickman Drug Com par as Interpreted by Jesus." The oven-lnHickman, Ky. hour, "Jesus Christ, tho Son of God." BETTERSWORTH 4. PRATHER This young man has made many Groceries frionds while in this city who will City Delivery; both phones No. 28. welcome him back. Ho Is a persist "Boat of Evcr:"ng" ent worker ami has accomplished much good for his membership and HICKMAN TURNITURE CO. the cotninunrty In general. Funeral Directors and Emcatmera. re-ent-er g -- ASK FOR RATES- - HICKMAN Abilene, Kaa.. Sept 13. Tho next time the directors of tho Ablleno Statu bank have dealings with a defaulting cashier they will know better bow to handln the case. Wbeu Cashier John A. Flack's hortage wus discovered he was compelled to turn over all hi property and then he and Mrs. Flack Tatt. took their suit case and departed Decauso of his scientific ability and from the city. . They left no address delivering to the government auNow that the bank' it books haw its thorities curtain valuable secrets. been pretty thoroughly examined, the Hass, who was sentenced four years directors find that the shortage is S3o, by the Pittsburg courts to the 000 and that Flack's property will net igo cot eminent prUou at Leavenworth, They have althem about t 10.000. one year taken from his senready paid Into the bank the 120.000 has had the president. tence by difference. The Question that art.ua Gets Government Job. is whether Fiack had spent the f 0 The government authorities will ho took that Amount or whither thunwohes gtve Hass employment at of currency with him. He nilRhthave a good salary this being ono of the the entire $31,000. terms of the agreement under which When Flack was asked In the presHass revealed a cheaper method of ence of tho directors how ho had cov- 'totting gold and sliver from bullion ered his hortnge two weeks before which the government has when tho bank was being examined than thatemployed. hitherto ho answered"I took leaves out of Mass Is perhaps one of the most inthe ledger." The property he turned teresting ind persistent criminals ever over to the bank was a handsomely In a Pittsburg court He new home, a store building sentenced furnished was reareJ in the vicinity of New equity in a farm, somo town tots, a by patents prosperous euougb few niortgige, some bank stock and York a good college education. an automobile. Ho was known as a to give him His college work ran chiefly to tha good liver. grad, laboratory, and shortly after his Abilene. Kas., Sept 13 I. 9. arrested for burglary, uation he president of the Ablleno State having employed a now kind of bank, died following a collapse Frl with which to enter a buildday afternoon. He died In tho home e ing. Has argued his own case built by John A. Flack, the mining a Now York judse so clearly that cashier. the court took It from thu Jury and sent the joung man to the kUralra CANNON'S RETURN SURE reformatory. Burglar for Scientific Reasons. Republicans and Democrats Concede Hass' defense was that ha had Return to Congress of Danturned burglar to procure funds with ville Cur. which to pursue scientific research. Hass managed to talk his way out of Danville. III.. Sept. 13. That Speak- - tbo reformatory after a short stay, r Cannon Is assured of renomlnatlon and then entered on a career of crime Is the consensus In and earnest -- i He was oaught by the police In the vicinity of Nw York and en October 17, 1902. was sentenced to 20 years in Sing Sin for burglary. He apTps7j"VfeJk pealed his rase and sot a reversal of Je Judgment after he bad served a few It 'vlesflflnJ'SS scsths cf h.s tiss. lis ws caught soon again sad on April 29, 1901, ha waa tUutenoed to 12 years and 10 months in Auburn. Again he appealed aad again he was freed, this time on May It, 180J. Hass then came, to Pittsburg, whsre, la the spring of 167, he was tried and convicted for making aad selling whisky without license. Hass whisky waa made largely of elder and mustard. He served four months in JalL In 190S he was oaught In tho act of counterfeiting here, and tried to stab the arresting officer. He got Are years. 20.-00Hal-lam- TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. ft MtA IesMkTI ssl (Huff ci.or to II. ci, llnnimsifr. (1u-- . Marble and Granite Iflsul Monuments CURDING. 'STONE WORK OF KINDS, IRON FENCING a' iC Hickman, Kentthky i flies alongmississippi Aviator Thomis 8. Daldwln Successful Flight Along Louis River Front. Makes Gtiurches and Lodges j I I Phono 20, night or day. Hickman, Ky. DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Dentist Davidson's old stand. Phono No. Hickman, Ky. 8t PRESBYTERIAN CHUfKH AFTER 2. ' DOCTORS A. J ! M. TYLER w FAILED j; I u Attorney-at-La- ; Will practice in all Courts of the State. ; ', LydiaE.Pinkham'sVegeta' ble Compound Cured Her Knoxvllle, Iowa. "I suffered with pains low down in my right side for a year or more and was so weak and nervous that I could not do my work. I wrote to .Mrs. phik-hat and took Lydia m bo-for- XZloUra.Au, J Ky. ) jl Office with Judge B. T. Davis : ; ; I 2 X Xj23-A."7-3I- S I T.ATTNnPV la, w a. i--r M.M. JL. AT ! Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work 4"t t Lowest Prices 4MtHfr r Power-Ove- Knoxvtiie, lowa. The success of Lydia II Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herb3, is unparalleled. It may be used with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements. Inflammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache. bearing-dowfeeling, flatulency, indi gestion, dizziness, or nervous prostra tion. For thlrtyyears Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been tho stanuani remedy lor iemaie ills, and suffering women owe it to themselves to at least give this medicine a trial. Proof is abundant that it has cured thousands of others, and why Bhould it not cure you? n at nleht. ing like, tlm THnkham rnedle." Mrs. Clara Fkasks, K.P.D., ixo.3, well ""' your medicines and kind letters of directions have dono more for me than nnvthinz else and I had the best physi nere. x can I cians do my work and rest I bellevo there is noth Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Tills, and am glad to say that K. j3famWV ; WEWmWM Speaker Joseph O. Cannon. tha attacks made on him, Is a strong Up Craft as he ever was. The opposition developed for the Burgoyne, of Now York Mrs. Jessie London, Sept 13. Robert Loral ne, City, arrived in Hickman, Monday, to primaries, which will be held Wednesthe actor, well known In Aumrita upend several days with Mrs. C. C day, Is weak, and his Democratic op- his performance In "8permsH," for trlod ponent has an uphill fight Local Smith and Mrs. Alice Amborg. pride in a celebrity, if nothing else, to cross tho Irish channel, CO miles Don't criticise your doctor would make the Republicans her from Holyhad. on this side, but fll because medicine prescribed Into the water near the Irish eoast. send Cannon back to congress. Secure a Certificate. by him fails to have the deHe swam eUort aod his machine sired effect. The prescripwaa picked up by a stoaiuc-- . Under tho law the Western Normal tion may have been Rood, has tho powqr'to issue the Elemen PAY YOUR CITY TAXES. but the ingredients dispensed tary Certificate, tho Intermediate FOR SALEj One Phaeton, ono poor. Give the doctor a fair Certificate and the Life Ccrtificato The penalty is effective trap with top, pole and shafts. show by taking his prescripwhich entitle the holder to teach September the first. Why Dr. J. M. Hubbard. 20p tions to a druggist who makes anywhoro in Kentucky for two years a point of dispensing only four years, and for life respectively wan umii ioo late ana be pure drugs of right potentcy A port of your flower buslnoHs without further examination. Informa forced to pay unnecessary drugs that have the power kindly solloited. H. E. Curlin. tion as to tho amount of work reto overcome illness. quired for each certificate will bo costs? furnished when desired. Address H. Tested drugs only are Until further notice pay II. Cherry, President, Western Norused here, and skilled pharWANTED: taxes to Tom Dillon. Sr., at 4stoady Job. goodMan to do milking: mal, Howling Green, Ky. macists do the compounding. wages for right man. his office. You should have the best A. H. Loot 20tfc procurable when combating We havo boon trying to figure out sickness. whether It was a friend or an eneGov. Pattoraon, of Tenncaeoo, who For tho November election, the folmy that expressed prepaid to tho ad- - was nominated by the "regulars" as lowing officers will sorvo at Doreim: dross of one of tho Courier editors Democratic candidate for governor of Clareuoo White. Joo I'olhamus, Lee Drug a jug of whiskey this week. This is that state, has surrendered tho noml-natio- n Cochran. Win. Hlgglns. Win, HIruIiis. ono thing that don't go with our and will not mako tho race. Jr., Illloy Bonnott (Incorporated) business thero Is not room for It in Long head, old boy. either tho ofico or tho editor. The Tolcphono No. 4 for bettor moats way of tho scribe is hard; always and groceries. gotting what wo don't want and want- FOR SALE: Best Business JUDGE WI8E. Ing what wo don't got. property in Hickman. Tho Duslness Philosopher. Pair will bo hold One building at Slkeston, 8opt 28, 29, 30 and Oct mm Hickman Furniture Co., headquart1. This Is fair Is composed one, one story building W. J. COOK, Prop. of Scott "Kato pays llttlo attontlon to Llfo's ers for undertakers goods. Mississippi and Now Madrid coun-tie- thoroughfares," says Judge Wlso, x99, on Jackson St. one door "but tho Journoy Is enjoyed If tho BEST A. II. Loot Bald to a Courier man. west of Hickman Courier. If Hlckan Drug Co. suppllua your wants thla week, if every business man in not sold privately will be sold If you receive a samnlo conv nt In tholr lino." our town could do business on a strict-l- y $1 the Courier, it la nn inviiutinn . cash system It would bo a bless at auction on Monday Sept. "Nows tho timo to bow your tursubscribo for it. As a special Induco-moing to us all. If wo all had to pay 19, 1910. For other infor nips. Wo havo Just received n big to those who aro not taking cash wo would loarn to llvo within mation -I- Nsee W. J. Barry at the the Courier, and in order to got you shipment of seed embracing nil tlm our means. It would savo business bulk. Tho prices acquainted with it, wo offer It to Rood varlotles-- In men tho oxponso of bookkeepers and building. nro right Potter hurry." Western Kentucky you from now until Jan. 1, 1911, for the 103S of bad dobta all of which only 25c. This Is much chcaner than somo ono has to pay for. If our town Nolen Pools vtoltod Union City lolthor borrowing or stealing. Leavo could gradually work into a strictly frionds Sunday. jour namo, or tho namo of somo cash system it would be bettor for J friond, your address, and 2Gc at tho hilm Sadie Hoon, of Clinton, Mo., us P. GA Halo left Tuesday for . all. Hot la vtelting Mrs. B. Case and other office and wo'll do the rest This Springs, Henry Clay, wife and little daughArk., to spend two or tbroo I applies to new subscribers only . Hickman frionds. MIsb Hoen residweeks. ter and Sam Luton, of Hlckmnn. ed in Hickman 11 years ago, and 1b Your grocery order will receive' camo over and spent Sunday with Miss Mcna Dlstolbrink Is homo a daughter of Free Hoen, formoriy a prompt attention If telephoned tolMr. and Mm. Joe Kell. Arlington Pall and winf , rom . leading oklzeu of UUs place. ""' "wwupolU. where she spontl I -om oc rrauier. uoia. pnonea. uourier. h-u , -- If you want special nilvloowrito among Democrats Mrs.Pinklinm, Lynn, Mass., forlt. this district Theand Republicans is toralne Olvss From Under Biplane, speaker, despite 1 Is free and always helpful. Swims Ashore, Steamer Picks 1 FALLS IN IRISH CHANNEL Illness a succMMfNl Sight of seven miles along the water front of St Lout and Uanka. over the buildings and brklges were eorered CHni&TIAN CHURCH with thousand of spectators. f. Preaching kvrvlccs at U a u Hie spectacular and fatsterta flight down the MlssUstppI river ad return. , 8 p. ui ctury Sunday, tiuuday over and under th Me)MRt, Me- - ; at 9; 41 . u. l'rajcr tuet.r.g Ktftley and Kads bridges, was mad WedBaaday night You ar icf under fairly good conditions. Ho was Invited to attend any or mi l compelled to battle a eroM wind, but aervloes. U. W. llryaut, I'asicv It was not stroMg enough to mmo hlra j j any great amount of trouble, I METHODIST CHUntM, Preaching eicry Sunday &.. ,. BURGLARSB00TY $10,000 a 11 o'clock and evening al lelafiX. Sunday School at V d a Jtvsclry Worth TJt Amount Taken j Prayer meoliug each WcdnoMlay t Dux From Homes on enlug. iou aro aUays wciroo xard's On v. W. Wtlaou, Pastor. MattaMiU. Maac. item. 13. Ter, EPISCOPAL CHURCH. thoea4 Joltars' worth of )wlryr waa refnMl stele a Uvm two sttm-raeServices at II a. m. and a p . momm oa l.ig)ttlm roM tsa this overy Sunday. Bunday 8c hoc a A. U DftevN of CM-town. Mt mgo ami Mrs. Arthw W. Blake of' o'clock overy Sunday mormn , HoBtuei wwro the ewsTwrers trwst the attendance will bo apprvoaiU J. Goiger, Hector. hoHSobroakrra Mr. Detvrtu rottoritut bmto than CATHOtIC CHURCH, id. mu or jea'tlry stsei. and Mrs. Iltako stated that hor n wuld Maaa oery morning at ! o. Ve about ijm Sunday servlco at i o'clock morning, Mxcepl the auuuj Miss Elklni and the Duke. iletH, 13- -A KaMe. ulfnlal eaoh mouth.' Prlends and via. . twfnmwni'vtM Issued by an Italian welcotno-- P. M. Guerin, Pastor acrncy declares that the rwforU 1st TYLER CHAPEL. Italy and abroad of the approaching Msrrtage of tha of th Abnassl Prsjeehlng ou the 2nd and u astd Mla KathariM mklaa are aVso-latel-y day otetilugs or oaoh mouth bi-Jeiiday gahool at 2:30 In tho after.. Prayer meeting Kriday otcututs CoCumMi Profesier Dceorattd, p II wmtaM M. Steane. Her. Metheuy, Paator . Tarls. profosHKtr of blatswy al OossumWa ub. mMy, Sm York, has Hickman ldgQ No. 7CI, K 1 rfoeuraled with Um I.snoi of Honor. I'rofotsor Xl meeta al tho Masonic Hall c. SIoqm has been a nrolMa writr on 2nd and 4th Monday nlghta. ProMh hsatery. Hlai Camp No. 3, W .O W. u. at tho I. O. O. P. Hall every Wed' In Agriculture . Course day evening. The Western Kentuaky Stato NorHousehold No. B, G. W, inciti mal Sahoel offers a praetloal eonw of study in BloMORUry Agrioaliuro. tbo I. O. O. K, Hall Tuesday evcu Demonatrntlon and aotual work done of each woek . on soliool farm. Teachers will havo I O. O Pulton Lodge No an opportunity to prepare for teaoh mueU at their hall on Clinton atr ln tho subject Great opportunities every other Thursday night offored young men who expect lo mako farming a life work. Course M. W. A. meets at Masonic !' beglna Sept. 8. 1910. Write for In- ovory Tuesday ovenlng. formation. AddrcM II. H. Cherry, Prosidont UowHng Green, Ky. a St Lewla. Sept IX Avtator Thos. DaMwlR Is the first mtu to make Mlslpl rr 11 o'clock and vuliic except tho flrat Sunday )U mouth. Sunday School eu-r. at 10 a. in. Visitors am vilU. V. .0 Blocktou. Minister. Preaching uvery Sunday iu.... HSl ' d , dU i. r ., 1 WYTYTTYYYTYTTTTTTTYTVTTT wAmm&ym WHY NOT TRY T Popham's ASTHMA REMEDY G'ves prom lit and noaltlvo relief lu every caso. Sold by The Hick man Drug Co, price $1. Trial p.tekago by mall, 10c Williams II fg. Co., Props., Cleveland iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa Taxpayers Notice, School and Lot 1910, aro no duo and payablo. Meet mo or ou of my deputlos at tho Hickman Hank Hickman, Ky., or tbo City Natlona. Hank, ul Pultou, Ky. Pay now una ao!d tho rush. Stato, County, Cowgill's Store Taxes for tho year POTTAGE HOTEL! y 2-sto- ry 99 24x 20 Coalder Johnson, Sheriff. f s. a Day House Anything you want that wo haveu Furniture wc will bo glad t ordor It for you. Hickman I'urnltur-- Kot In nt J copied tho placo of Assistant Prlnci Pal la tholr public Bchoola. Mi Homing roconUy graduated from the Stato University at Lexington, and tho Midway school board Is to ue congratulated upon securing hor ser vices. FOIt SALE: Mulberry costs: 2 log wagons; small delivery inulo. If you want to talk trade, see Pred Ilaydou 'or Mldwny, Ky where sho has Miss Hubyo Floming loft last week nc ,;.7C """ w. i- u-- IHOr yaoatjQ JiV ' J Y Jealous m j Woman Shoots. New Courier Readers. oajej ojoje)0)sjojfjojejox River Gutting Bank. Tho sudden losglng of the Mdsl sippl River for Missouri soil has spread consternation among the peo ple Interested In Dlrd'a Point, for tho cutting there la worse than ever. For a stretch of two mllea tho erosion la in progress, and whero tho Cottou Delt landing now la tho bank for a dlstnnco of ?0 feet back from the river has disappeared since Tuesday : night. Tho Iron Mountain waa the worst sufferer, for their landing was put out of business and passengers had to land half a mile further up stream and walk to the train. Baggage, express and moll has to be handled this distance, but a landing barge Is to bo provided which will make t posslblo to land near the end of tho lino. Tho other day several tons of earth fell crashing down upon tin transfer boat as ltwiu landed there. Tho reason that tho river ha started cutting so suddenly Is tho big rise in tho Mississippi nnd tho low otago in tho Ohio. It mado tho current very swift, and at tills stago of .tho river It cut into tho sand strata of Uio perpendicular bank, with tho result that the surface kept breaking off and dropping into tho river. At present tho river is only a hundred feet from tho levee at DIrd's Point Cypress Shingles, $1 a thousand Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. Angtrlea, 0il.. Beit. 13. Mrs. J. H. Marshall, City. Turner KruUsa, former wife of Uojuj Utakomoro, Ilouto 3. Krauss V ilium of Memphla. J. B. fftvlft, City. onti of the moat noted ttxperte J. I. llront, Ilouto 2. jc'Jow fvver iu (ho south aihI ul jt. IL lalor, 1'onsocola, Fla. n ., of Uio University of time Wrtllo Iloylo, Ilouto 4. Kiluric, Mlos., sUot and painfully 0. W. Ijwld, Ilouto 2. ed Frank I). Orltfith, a wining Mra. llmo llold, RoutnV j of Lo-- i Aneelet. t tbootliiK woe the reault of u J. H. Wtlllanu, Ilouto 2. Mh. It. V, n Ijjmm. llHn.nnil. r (landing argument between Mra. aud GrlffHh over allegatlona Mlna. woinnn Hint the nilnliir man Will Woodrlng, Ilouto 8. n .t only dlsuiioliited hur In a a It. U Gray, Otty. i,g UjjI. but hud alto broken J. II, l'flV, Cayoo. in iiU nllvKed jiromUe to mnrn W. A. Doilda, City. H t nrfutuuiil hag been carried Mrs. 'ftjm l)llook, Voodlaiul Mill q tarloua parti of tho country for H. II. Hurdlng, Itotito 2. ji Clmrtty tHaay, aty. ,i iuht Mm n hla offic In th . Im.'MIhic. Griffith wan In the Clark, IUjuUi . bin partner, II. B. . town and Ia I'aiw, Ilouto j. Iu tho private offlou adk wu J. li Wmtema. City. J. II. IVorow, City. liVKan tho oon versaKraut W. V. lllalMro, City. with .1 repetition of the threata J. H. Iloliy, Kulion - i 'l aiade before. OrtflHh mad K. I.. IMm. Ilouta 1. iiy and turned and wulkwl toMra. M. II. Jtrtmeon. City. j hla oina, lily back being toward alnt. 0. T. OHMHhai, Mnueow WOflilM. Mra Itomeo hMatn, Pulion. Lad tV'ii but a tow at of with U. L. Cnrtln. Woodland Mffln. tai k torard her, when promom- di-n- E. R, Ellison's ,ji i Cash Store Continues to make TV &x ersburg. gujjy $cwtcv j&ujjs: , LOWER PRICES on oil kinds of the newest and best merchandise. DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, HOSIERY Geo. Dolvecchlo la hero from Dy- D. D. Wilson was In Mjayfleld lant week on business. Iml - - ? .J inatanl 1 dau& er . . i T II. .N'uiftttn, Ifcifllawtxxl, Colo. C. J. IUmoJi, Columbia. Tmn. Mi. W. II. Jlouten, IUwUj . Iters Moopin, Houto 4. Mra. Joh( t drtr'ss. ! rciursad azsl as! SuIIItbh, Marblo HUI, ' afted we at my home la Metophli Ms. ' r.Juid me to Inveat In a wwmx Fmk Van Ilorrltit, City. 'ttioa I had already Mtusrod W. K. Howling, Trecy !,otlatlii with y ttMitamt to J T. DnllaH, AHRttn, CHy, Tonn. Mo. re a divorce and the auMmt of Mm. M. li Howry. CKy. MttlftMefll had boon arraaxed Mollto Jotawon. City. "h kiww thla aad aaked m u. Z. W. Ooktoy, Kondy, Mo. ry him and I acfcd to do eo aa W. II a aa I atourvd my dlnwL Tronton, Tonn. Maw .S'nnnlo Tankoraley, IXrenn. tu.nwJ," aald Qrlfntk. I heard tho report ef the r if- - aul fell tho atlas of lit bvllei ' nMed my Qfcet and atrwek t my collar bono. I kept ott t rfcttlnic the toeoml the la the a I dropped flat to Urn &w am ami sua Jowurcd the and aiain Uy,thal time gltaak, my rrr. had come ttvm ! prhio ud the gun." hrjtM waa tak to puttc ,artrt, wli.ro the etaled tlml 4 flrj.1 la alfdtfeMe, -- J bate - Ttry unhappy alnce my marriage " Krauia," aald the woman. MI aiayin at tho Am;tlue hotel br wJn I nut Mr. OMfftth. v veral dinner tosrlhor and often ' strapi etrr tm J. II Mm W. Tme, CRj-atw Jerwiwy. . City 4. . LADIES AND CHILDRENS READY-TO-WEAGARMENTS UNDERWEAR, NOVELTIES NOTIONS, MENS FURNISHINGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS DINING ROOM AND KITCHEN FURNISHINGS AND SPECIAL BARGAINS IN GREAT VARIETY This Store sells for R Joo Pike returned to Mengolwood, Tcnn., Monday afternoon. K. A. Loud, of Now Madrid, was hero Monday on business. Mrs. S. M. Nalfeh Is homo from a visit to relatives In Clinton. Jim Walker, of Now Madrid, was hero tills wceek on business. Mrs. J. It. Iirown spent Saturday and Sunday wlUi Mrs. M. E. Iloso. MIm Mario Knocrr, of Caruthera- vlllo. Is the guest of Miss Lily Crea- son. . J. Menan, Ilouto II I. Will Uft8Bottd. Ctg- C II. ttMrifat, Okf. Item, ttnlo SPOT CASH Txa. only, and by reason of the great saving by that system, maintains a lower average of prices on all goods than you can find in any store doing a credit business. Any of our customers will tell you that we sell Cormnn Vanco went to Loulsvlllo Saturday night to attend tho St Mo Una. Fair. Sunday m sltd Xabto JlcCatew, City. Mra. Cku. It. K. DeWHt Aywi, Ft Wwtk, Mate AhmIo Slmmm. CMy. Mm. MHitim l(o(r. IUhjI 4. Harry Millet went to Louisville . night, to attend tho State-Fair- at mlU. Wtf, IK. Ixmla. , 0 Ifc miHa Jtfhi. City. liowtry, City. WIHtewa. Kouto 1 l'otror, ' Darldaon lia about 10 nor on on hla farm a few milt lx If wo dou't "Ion lie eaya It la n afikMtdtd !' dovan't coat and eliouid yield 100 buahobi lo It only rf It Is north 1 n buahol. Courlor Iloalty acll your real oatato, you a cent If wo do, you 2 por cent. Tho Co Mrs. Steve Stahr and children are homo from a visit to relaUves in Ft. A bashful young man In town was Smith, Ark. BETTER GOODS FOR THE SAME MONEY or invited out to dinner. Ho was very Mrs. Den Scott and children, of much agitated. He sat opposite a THE SAME GOODS P0R LESS MONEY near Martin, nro tho gueatA of her mirror and discovered that he had forgotten to comb his hair. Then he mother, Mrtf. Fannie Foulks. We are now receiving immense assortments dropped his fork on tho floor and at Miss Homer Green returned Sun- ho stooped to pick it up he upset hjs of new Fall Merchandise, and we invite you to day from a two weeks' visit with coffee. Matters went from bod to Mrs. It. a. Itobbins, at Mayfiold. worse, unUl finally In despair the young man quit eaUng and put his Misses Stella nnd Cleona Weather-ho- lt hands under tho table. The loose have returned to their home In end of the table cloth wus lying In Cloverport, Ky., after a visit with his lap. Ho thought It was his shirt Mrs. P. M. Ityan. and that he had forgotten to put Uio Miss Sarah Winn McConnoll arrivMlas HotUe Williams has returned garment in his trousers. He hurriedyour property go withDon't let ed Frldny from Arlington, to spend out Insuranco. IU poor business. from St. LJouIs. Sho will operato tho ly stuffed tho supposed shirt Inside dressmaking department at Daltzer hla trousers. Afterward when the tho winter with Mrs. 8. M. Hubbard. See Kennedy the Insurance Man. family arcwe from the table tboro & Dodds' thLa season. Mra. W. II. Dottier and daughter, waa a crash. Tho dishes lay in a Head our special offer und quit Ml us Tholma, havo returned from jl borrowing tho Courier. Mrs. K. T. Tyler, Miss Emma Ty- broken moss on tho floor. The young ler, Miss Mabel Wilson and W. C. man pulled three feet of tablecloth lnlt to relaUves In Carbndalo,. Ills. All work satisfactory or money re- Reed left Sunday night for Louisville out of his pants and flew to the They woro accompanied homo by Mr. turned. BchmldU to attend tho State Fair. liaUxcr. woods. COME AND LOOK $5.00 LESS BpsCT.tPpIf Hickman, 2 34 $50.00 60.00 Hickman, 3 ON WAGONS H afl ft 1 k H Tennessee, 2 Tennessee, 3 34 $60.00 62.50 THE ABOVE ARE THE REGULAR PRICES, BUT FOR CASH THIS MONTH YOU CAN GET ANY OF THEM FOR $5.00 LESS M,.MM,.,,,,,aBeeieieaoeaeMapeaeaeeeaea"""""a,,,,,;'21LZe3lM Hickman Hardware Company INCORPORATED 1 i RSQHSSBCilS' tt OV) S3 ,lv.f. fL .. -.. 1, ,M ..,., iiHji,,,,, m,trm jt t ftiiiUfcn Maa-HiB- ... IBJSLt t t t. t Yale College Has Honored Itself to Its Proper Recognition of Jane Addams, ARE BETTER SERVED MEL0N8 WARM, SAY SOUTHERNERS. ' Doston. Yale university, one of our Ly 1 conservative Institutions, has broken .THH STA Tli'S Manov WINDOW" upon Jano Sweet its precedents to confer Recipe for Salad Dressing 6 Bl Days unci Nlrfhts Fire Works Music Races Addams tho degree ot master of arts. Wine and a Small Amount of Horse Show unci Hippodrome Each Nitfht. This not very robust little lady, snys Fine Liqueurs Used How to Current Lltornturw. was fighting earFor furtbec Information cr catabpur, write ). W. NEWMAN, .S.cr.tuy. Prepare Currants. nestly a fow years ago to be made garbage inspector of her ward In Chi; Fruits tire so cheap and bo good en go. She used to riso at six In the cow that housekeepers should protlJo morning In order to follow th garbage them In one farm or another fur cacti carts around from alley to alley ami meal. Melons are at Uiolr best, so then to tho dumps In order to see that that It has become almost n matter ot the work was not aktinpeJ courso to have them every day for one A short Umo ago shu took her seat meal or another. unostentatiously on the platformia 5jl Southerners declare that pooplo of Ihn nnrth anll wntnrfnf1nna hv ifui much chilling, that, like straw berries, they need the warmth of the sub In )K them; but the weight ot opinion still sx; seems to do on mo siuo oi mo ico S ' box One of the most popular war SS of serving watermelon Is to split It In PER CENT AND SAVE NX two lengths, thun with a large spoon and a rotary "twist o: tno wrist ON YOUR ICE BILL ' scoop out the luscious pink flesh In Apmupp nn n hlH pflni liamil n!i,riv of green leaves or cracked Ice and you No ice will be charged. The drivers will either colwill havo a picture tor the eyo, as lect cash or coupons. Don't expect them to credit well as a delight to the palate. Cut In this way, which gives no waste, one will be charged with each book, and you, for they good-sitemelon will serve 15 or SO persons, according to tho six of thn dewill have to account for the ice they take out for melon and the appetite of the diners At a recent luncheon tho first course livery. was chilled nelon. which had been prepared In this wise: All tho center This rule will not apply to soda fountains, butchot tho melon was scooped out, reject Ing the seeds. This was broken with er shops, fish docks and other large users of ice, as a silver fork Into small pieces, then their accounts will be on file at our office. put Into a freexer with the addition ot half a pound ot powdered sugar and Miss Jane Addams. the Juice of a lemon. The freoxer was packed In salt and Ice and turned Woolsoy hall with Theodore lloovelt slowly for 15 minutes unUI a mush nnd Oocenter Hughes and J I'lerpotjt (INCORPORATED.) like consistency was obtained. This Morgan and J am on J Hilt, otad in an melon frappe was served In glssser O". with a teaspoonful ot sherry added to academic robe, to recotvo an honorarr degree, while the clnssto waits r each glass. sounded to the applause of an approKo summer breakfast Is complete ving multitude Jaait AMam. master without fruit. Whllo most people prefer It served au naturel, others with of arts the very title shews how English predilections take more kind- are twisting the language la order to Hly to Jam or some of the many stewed fit the old academic oustams in which or steamed fruits. Others find a salad men alotio figured to the now order of of fruit dressed with a few spoonfuls things In which women are reeog of sherry and sugar one of the besi nixed as having other eapaciUes than appetlters at the beginning ot tho those of tho sweetheart and the hott meal, while still others, loth to give wife The Idas ot settlement work, which up their cereals, take a combination Jane Addams has doae so much to ex of fruit and cereal. In serving frulta au naturel arrange psnd and vivify and popularize, la a thorn to please the eye as well as the new and potent kind ot meltlag pot. We offer you a complete banking service and provide absolute Nothing Is prettier than Ita Idea la to create a mutual under palate. standing between different classes of safety for your funds. We want your banking business, and leaves for decoration. No prettier fruit for breakfast can the community and between different whether your account be large or small, we will extend every be found than currants, red and white, races. Hull house, which Miss Ad consistent banking accommodation and will protect your interests on the stem. Put a border of the dams and Miss Starr started In Chicawith the same care and fidelity that we apply to our own. It is leaves about a pretty china or glass go more than twenty years ago. has dish, and pile the fruit on them. Serve been a pioneer to a new realm of our business to receive and safeguard deposits; to loan mouey for thousands of men and womwith powdered sugar. oh proper security; to transmit money to other cities and counOranges for breakfast are easiest en and a place where, as one writer tries; to collect notes, etc., and, in general, to render every served cut In halves. They are de- puU It, Mrs Flahrity of the Uke licious made la a compote with rice. 8hore drive and Mrs Flaherty of financial service within the scope of a modern banking instituTako tho pulp out as whole as possi- Ewlng street meet and find the human tion Come in and sec us when we can be of service to you. ble and drop Into a rich boiling sirup, being in eaoh other, to their own great leaving It In Just long enough to heat surprise. For while Hull house does It through. Mako a nest of rice, put Its work in one of the poorest districts the orange and pulp tn it and serve of Chicago, It "has never ceased to b with whipped cream. the rage among people of the "upper" Fruit salads are not nearly so well class. "In the final estimate." writes known as they should be. The dress-leGraham Taylor in the Ilevlew of of a fruit salad for the gourmet is "what she has done to reatusually of sweet wine, with Just a tach to thslr rightful part and lot In pfrHrfMHH-M- a suspicion of fine liqueurs, but for ordi- the life of the community the classes nary use other combinations are pref- Isolated by the conditions of their la erable. Sweetened whipped cream, bor or thslr poverty may not prove to Capital and Surplus, lemon Juice, fruit Juice, French dress- be a greater servloo than what she ing or mayonnaise are all used with baa done to help the financially and fruit. socially resourceful K. T. TYLEK. Prut. classes out of V, C. REGD. Cashier JOHN PVLB. Ait't Cathlcr their detached olasx-ltfInto the struggle to make good their claim to a 8tuffed Tomsto 8slad. : Chop fine one cupful of cooked ham nam and place among alt thslr and season with salt, pepper, celery -seed and chopped onion. Add half V-Wi a cupful of bread crumbs and mix to MOTOR a smooth paste with French dressing. KAISER'S KITCHEN Stuff tomato shells and serve on lettuce with mayonnaise. Watercress How the German Bmptror Is Fed salad is also good to look at and When Out With His Armlss "gooder" to cat Use the tender In the Field. (INCORPORATED) leaves of the cress. Let them stand la cold water to mako them crisp DsrllnWThls rather novel appearing and then jfipe dry. Sprinkle over them a teaspoonful of parsley and olives, automobile is the field kitchen which chopped fine. Add a few slices of sour supplies the German kaiser with food apples and pour over it the French at the military maneuvers. In tho forward section of the vehicle Is aa dressing which Is made of one of vinegar, three tablespoon-fal- s ot oil, one-hal- f teaspoonful of salt and of a teaspoonful of pepper. The two latter ingredients ua..aNrx should be mixed in slowly. To garnish watercress a egg chopped nne ana scattered over it Is an Ira . SERVING OF FRUITS LADY OF THE MELTINQ POT loos not Stop fulllm? Ilnlr Destroy DitmlriifT Color the Hair An nic'tcmit DncnHlnt. ! AYER'S HAIR VIGOR vn Wlum CMor l, Ingredients t CatnUvm. Sat. Alcohol. Wlrr I'ttlunx. liatr rtrenaratlnn made from this formula It hannlrts. yet noisettes nntlilv .,,i, hair foot!, a hair Ionic, a hair ilrmlntf. Consult yourdoclnr about iticw ruirpiocu- - j J C ATt VWMT Inwll. Mum. Sulphur. Oiytrr'n. Qutnln. iieir "ov r0Ermm8 (F Sprinkling Rates FOR Buy Ice Coupon Books 10 I 1010 The sprinkling rate for the season, begin ning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1010, in residence section, is 50 foot front and under . . . $(j 8c for each additional foot. Business house rate, each door This is payable in advance., If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. $6 Hickman Ice & Coal Co. T. DTTiTiOU, Mniinsor, HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. Incorporated NSgASS & Our Stock is Complete and Service and Safety ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Hcinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees nnd Teas fell a er 7Vs4m lt ! Hml ft ltt m KKKiMreritt. KHIKH. KKIttilt JIKATh Telephone 6 3 Deliveries Ledford & Randle j g $65, 000.00 ''Vr'VW J. A. COTTON & CO. '''' I desire to inform my friends that 1 am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly belonged to the Hickman Ice & Coal Co , and am now prepared to give you the best of service in this line. I am now selling genuine Notice 4-9- 0 Pittsburg Coal A TON li My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 18 t t t Plumbers table-spoonf- ul Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. one-quart- er Tinners A. A. hard-boile- d FARIS provemont i t WORK IN BOTH BRANCHES EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY t t v5 t Phone 65 Hickman, Ky. t 4t'V' WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. Have you neglected your kidneys? Have you overworked your nervous system and caused trouble with your kidneys and bladder! Have you pain la loins, sldo, back, groins and bladder f Have you a flabby appearance of the face, especially under the eyes Too frequent a desire to pass urine? If so, Williams' Kidney Pllla wlU cure you Hickiflsc Drug Co., Prloe 60c. Cocosnut Cream. box of gelatine In ono Soak one-hacupful of milk until soft, then set In hot water until dissolved. Add one cupful of granulated sugar, stir until dissolved and strain. When cold and quite thick add ono teaspoonful of vanilla, two cupfuls of freshly grated coooanut and one pint of cream whipped to a solid froth, stir and mix gently until very thick, then turn Into wetted molds and set aside until thoroughly chilled and firm. The above proportions are sufficient (or two good-sizemolds, lf d The Moter Field Kltohen. stove having five openings in the top and fitted with a boiler. Underneath are two Ice boxes, to one side are lockers for edlblas and on the other side are cupboards for plate. The openings shown on each side of the door in the Illustration contain tables. The canopies on eaoh side fold against the ear ooay wnsn not la use. alcohol-heate- Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY... is the basis that we offer to depositors. Other inducements are of secondary importance. Upon this guarantee Wc J. KELLY SMITH Jittornoy-at'Lat- v Clinton, Kentucky Ont. tenth of M (tts to ChrtstUntti. SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE PILESI PILES! Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will JI. llUOItANAN, President eure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles J. A. TIIOMPMON, Uuililrr It absorbs the tumors, allays itching MHKOTOItH at occo, acta as a poulttco, gives InH. lliiclinnnu J.J.O.llondiirmit 0. ll.TlirelkoKI J. W AlMMider stant relief. Williams' Pile Ointment T.A.Idford It. At. Inter Dr.J.M. Hulibnrd la prepared for Piles and Itching of Oulte's Excellence Is the name of the prlvato parU. Sold by Hickman Drug Co, 60c our new, high grade flour, guaranteed Co., Props., and f 1. Williams' Mfg., Cleveland, Ohio. It there Is a hluo mark nn vnn. to be the best in Hickman. Vnm- The Hickman Fur. Co. will sur Courlor dont fall to ronnw thi. .i. prlso you In the natter of low prices money back If sot satisfied. as all papers aro dlscontlnuod at the and good goods. Don't take our word worth A Frather. "My Glsh" thsjwk of quality. expiration of the ilase. hut eon awl Asparagus, negln at top, break Into two-Incpieces until you reach tho tough part of the stalk. This you peel thinly and break. Cook In boiling salted water; It will all be equally tender. Season with butter, pepper, and cream or thickened milk. J m for jrHirlf. b Jealous Woman' Shoots. i Ang-lo- a, New Courier Readers, aaA aaiitaa1a MaaTHa'aTlaTra'UlaBiWif River Gutting Bank. Jk Tho sudden longing of the Mississippi River for Missouri soil has spread consternation among the poo- plo interested in Bird's Point, for tho 'cutting there is worse than ever. For a stretch of two miles the erosion la In progress, and where tho Cotton Belt landing now Is tho bank for u distance of 60 feet back from tho J Cal., Hoiit. 13. Mra. J. it. Marshall, City. formw wife of 0jiw Uhikoinoro, llouto 3. nn Krniua of Mutaphli J. II. 81ft, City. , ii.' of thu moat iiotwl exports c J. I. Urent, Itouto 2. m finer In the suuth and at II. H. Islor, 1'uiiBacola, I'ln. dfan of tho Ur.tvotMty or lllnllo Uoyle, ltout 4. Mine., shot anil painfully K n Fink II Griffith, a uilulnt a. y. IaM, Houtu 2. Mm. Initio Hold, Itout 1. ' Ui Angeles. J. It. WUItBiiut, Kouta 2. fi. iuMiir wn tho runult of a lu. It. V. II. Ugun, Haraando, anJ.ue argument betwwin Mn. t nod Griffith over allegation! Mlaa. uinii ihttt tho mining man Will WoodrliiB, Houta 2. disappointed bur In a It U Omy, City. a d l but had auo broken J. H. l'ck, Cayee n HiK'Ktiil promUe tu uinrr) W. A. Dodda, OHy. t nnuiiitnl has boon rarrled Mra Tkjat Woodlaud Mills parta of thu GOtry for iui H. H. Ilardlnn, itoMe 2. 9 :'.it him In hi offleoa In th rtty Itaay, city. Griffith was In Ike JitiK hmtol Clark. Kuuta 4. n nud hli partner. It 8 Ixm Iaf, Itowa 1 Mm In tho private &fft ad J. II. WlllhMiM, Chy. t J. ll. iTenw, 0Hf. Krauna bosun tht senvra W. P. HaikaMim. Oky. n U .1 repetition of the tbrvala J R Kky. PaHea. .do befarti. Orlffltti wade N L. Maa, HeHa 1. tamed awl walked te- Mm M. b Jaknaoa. CMr. i 'n r. hl batik bain toward Mra. o T UtMaaN. Maeow. i' i Mm tturaoa Iitea. PnlUM. i but a few steps with 11 L CurUn. Wollaad MMa , a toward hor, when t nant JaHRlT swopt evwr MM i II TYart.. CHy. t . id," nald OrlffltU. Mnr Arm Jomnay. City "As I ' I tlw report ef law r W. J. Mown, llouto 4. t a 1 fed tit- - ullHa" ef Uh ballet Will lUuMaowt, CHy . d my ohMt and cirack C II (fey .. ' tii iwllar bette. I keex oa U llarraa. t rttliip the lewml ah In Um lWial Ayara. Hut Ur-na I liupjtfd flat te tfce tear aad Mlaa Aanto Pt Worth. Taxaa. Sfcrraa. City. $j 1 the towerod Ut gat) aad Mra MftfUta HotMr. Mmt 4 Hy that tlw Slwafc. aar it NoWa McG4m. CHy. iiil con frHM kti private , mr Kraut, E. R. Ellison's II- - TV Cash Store Continues to make (Our giwji Reporter Ceo. mp: LOWER PRICES on all kinds of the newest and best merchandise. DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, HOSIERY Dolvecchlo Is hero from Dy ersburg. U. D. Wilson was In Mayfleld last week on business. Ioik, Joo Piko returned to Mengelwood, TVnn., Monday afternoon. E. A. Loud, of Now Madrid, was . . tl . im jtrl LADIES AND CHILDRENS a READY-TO-WEA- R GARMENTS UNDERWEAR, NOVELTIES NOTIONS, MENS FURNISHINGS HOUSE FURNISHINGS DINING ROOM AND KITCHEN FURNISHINGS AND SPECIAL BARGAINS IN GREAT VARIETY This Store sells for here Monday on business. visit to relatives Mrs. S. M. Nalfeh Is home from a In Clinton. Jim Wnlker, of New Madrid, was hero tills weeck on businemi. Mrs. J It. Brown spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. M. E. Rose. Ml Mario Knoorr, of Caruthers- vlllo. Is the guest of MIms Idly river has disappeared since Tuesday night., Tho Iron Mountain was the worst sufferer, for their landing was put out of business and passengers had to land half a mile further up stream and walk to tho train. Baggage, and mail has to be handled a landing bargo to this distance,-bu- t to bo provided which will make it possible to land near the end of tho lino. Tho other day several tons of earth fell crashing down upon tint transfer boat as It was landed there. Tho reason that the river han started cutUng so suddenly Is tho big rise in the Mississippi and tho low fitago in the Ohio. It made thu current very swift, and at this stago of the river It cut Into the sand strata of tho perpendicular bank, with the result that the surface kept ox-pre- ss $ 4 i M.-air- Mra wai taVam I poNcw ar ' wbar ah UId On u "1 in "1 aave tj unhappy alnc my marrlaa Kraut," iald tba wskub. ( at the Angela m here it . I real Mr. artfMlt. We - hi4ui H H CbM PMU. HL Rogara. OMy. Imta. L Irwarr. Okr. WltUa WIImmm. Km4 2. T H. NaosoM, MNilaM'ood, a Coto. C.T. &, Cotesjtrta, TMn. itial itlanr tetrthtr aadefle in at Imyreturedla Mat aad we have MsmpaU i. i it ad mo to luvt In a aMatas n I Mm W. H. KfWatN. Itoata 4. ttava Muipw, Hmu 4. Mm. Jeaaaa tmKmaa. MarMa Iini. Ma. had already be itiloaa with wy keeVind to r a .ilroreo and Ui awe eat ai o twtarad FiMk Voa Barriaa, OHf. W K. BowlUrK. Tnwy CHr. J T Daltoa. AahIiNm, M. ' Taa. ..w . nsiU S T B'm aad I aared tu do m ai ai i nMunal ay dtwaa, l iMt.ot had airaaxcad. ! I Mra M K. Maury. OKjr. MalUa iaajwoH. (My. X. W. Oabtar, KMdy. Mo W. II. Ialacreva. TratMoo. Mlaa Naaal TnakHaUr. DorMA. Tt. iMWdaofi Itaa about M acre i'ti hla farm a If wp don't toll your rual citato. mlhsi b ion He aaya It la a H'lnJM " cot you a cent. If wo do, ar.d i ouM ylild 1W bukltV tu It only Mti. you 2 per cent Tba 1' u worth fl u Courlur Itealty Co fw don't buhi breaking off and dropping Into thu Corman Vance went to Loulsvlllo river. At present the river Is only Saturday night to uttend tho State a hundred feet from the levee ut Pair. Bird's Point only, and by reason of the great saving by that sysT mltavrlllA 17nt- Iflltn i V lib flillVW tttAhl tU UVUiD 1UU il"U; Sunday night, to attend tho Stato tem, maintains n lower average of prices on all goods Cypress Shingles, $1 a thousand at Pair. mIM. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. than you can find in any store doing a credit business. Mrs. Steve Stabr and children are Any of our customers will tell you that we sell home from a visit to relatives In Ft. A bashful young man In town was Smith, Ark. BETTER GOODS FOR THE SAME MONEY or Invited out to dinner. He was very Mrs. Ben Scott and children, of much agitated. He sat opposite a THE SAME GOODS FOR LESS MONEY near Martin, aro tho guests of her mirror and discovered that he had forgotten to comb his hair. Tien he inoUier, Mm. Pannlo Foulks. We are now receiving immense assortments dropped his fork on tho floor and as Miss Homer Green returned Sun- ho stooped to pick It up he upset hU of new Fall Merchandise, and we invite you to day from a two woelcs' visit with coffee. Matters went from bad to Mrs. R. G. Bobbins, at Mayfleld. worse, unUl finally in despair tho joung man quit eating and put hi Misses Stolla and Cleona Weather-hol- t hands under the table. Tho loose have returned to their boma In end of tho table cloth was lying in Clovcrport, ICy., after a visit with. his lap. He thought it was his shirt Mra. V. M. Bynn. and that ho hnd forgotten to put the Mtaa Sarah Winn McConnoll arriv Miss Hettlo Williams has returned garment In his trousers. Ho hurriedDon't let your property go withed Friday from Arlington, to spend out Insurance. Its poor business. from St. Uouls. She will operate the ly stuffed the supposed shirt Inside thtj wlntur wltli Mrs. 8. M. Hubbard. Sco Kennedy tho Insurance Man. dressmaking department at Baltzcr his trousers. Afterward when the family arose from the tablo there & Dodds' this season. Mrs. W. II. Daltxor and daughter, was a crash. The dishes lay In a Ilead our special offer and quit MIm Tholina, havu returned from a borrowing the Courier. Mrs. B. T. Tyler, Miss Emma Ty- broken moss on the floor. The young vUIt to reluUves In Carbndalo, Ills. ler, Miss Mabel Wilson and W. C. man pulled three feet of tablecloth All work satisfactory or money re- Beed left Sunday night for Loulsvlllo out of his panta and flew to tho They wore accompanied homo by Mr. turned. BchmldU to attend the Stato Fair. llalUer woods. SPOT CASH TV T 1 COME AND LOOK N S $5.00 LESS EsaisJLj-jLXjia- ON WAGONS ir Hickman, 2 34 $50.00 60.00 Hickman, 3 Tennessee, 2 Tennessee, 3 34 $60.00 62.50 THE ABOVE ARE THE REGULAR PRICES, BUT FOR CASH THIS MONTH YOU CAN GET ANY OF THEM FOR $5.00 LESS Hickman Hardware Company INCORPORATED "ffyw lr."'& "ii I' tm I Kill ww '' iiJBff" iLfln'kubm.-nam i Ja J.- fr." tgahHWVii SERVING OF FRUITS MEL0N8 ARE BETTER 8ERVED WARM, SAY SOUTHERNERS. LADY OF THE' MELTING POT Yale College Has Honored Itself tn Its Proper Recognition of Jane Addams. Doston. Tale unlvorslty, one of our conservative Institutions, has broken Its precedents to confer upon Jano Addams the degree of mnstcr of nrta. This not very robust little lady, say Current LItoraturo. was fighting earnestly a fowears ago to be made garbage Ihiipector of her wanl In Chicago. She used to rise at six In the morning In order to follow the garbage carts around from alley to nlle and then to the dumps In order to seo that the work was not skimped A short time ngo she took her scat unostentatiously on the platformln Does not Color the Hair AYER'S MAIR VIGOR Stops millriR; Mnlr Destroy Dtimlroff Ingredients: Sulphur 6 Bid Duys und Nights Flro Works Music Races Horse Show und Hippodrome Each Nliihl. For further Inlonnallon or TUB KTATU'S "SHOW WINDOW") ilaIor:c, TTW1 wrllo J. m W. ftEVtMAN. .S.cr.tary. i Recipes for Salad Dressings Sweet Wine and a Small Amount of Fine Liqueur Used How to Prepare Currant. An descant DrcMlntc Milken Mnlr Grow nitirr'n. I .'A A JI"n 1 Fit f mi T SSiTsl Ir J I n t Fruits are so cheap and so good now that housekeepers houtd provide them In one form or ntiuthcr for each meal. AUobul. ttlrr. I'(lumr. (.aptHum. A hair nicoaralton made from thli formula It lurmlcu, yet ptMtcuct poiltUe tntt hair food, a hair Ionic, a hair drrMlnj!. Cimmlt yourdoctor atout tltctc nairprobs J V ATn IVtttrmr So. Qulnln, Wium O.liwld, 14I !. I Buy Ice Coupon Books AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL No ice will be charged. The drivers will either col- lect cash or coupons. Don't expect them to credit you, for they will be charged with each book, and will have to account for the ice they take out for de-livery. 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. Hickman Ice (INCORPORATED.) Coal Co. Mminsor. NJ ST. T. XJIXjXaOONT, - Service and Safety We offer you a complete banking service and provide absolute safety for your funds. We want your banking business, and whether ycr 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 busiaess 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 instituCome in and see us when we can be of service to you. tion TI14 irnnoraiiMii Capital and Surplus, MHTHilfi $65, 000.00 JOHN PYLE. K. T. T LEK, lret. W, C. KRfiU, Cathlcr A.t Cuhltr it J !- I i t t Melons are nt thalr best, so matter of course to have them every day for one meal or another. Southerners declare that people of the north spoil watermelons by too much chilling; that, like strawberries. they need the warmth of the sun In thoin, but the weight of opinion still seems to be on tho side of the Ice box. Oue of the raoBt popular ways of serving watermelon is to split It in two lengths, then with a large spoon and a rotary "twist of tho wrist scoop out the luscious pink flesh In cone shaped pieces. Arrange on a bed of green leaves or cracked Ice and you will havo a picture fur the eye, as well as a delight to the palate. Cut In this way, which gives no waste, one good-sizemelon will serve 15 or SO persons, according to the size of the x melon and the appetite of the diners luncheon tho At )tj was a recent melon, which first course chilled had been prepared In this wise: All the center of the melon was scooped out, reject lng the seeds. This wiu broken with a silver fork Into small pieces, then J put Into a freezor with the addition of half a pound of powdered sugar and the Juice of a lemon. Tho freezer was packed in salt and Ice and turned slowly for IS minutes until a mush g& like consistency was obtained. This 2 melon frappe was served In glasses with a teaspoontul of sherry added to each glass. No summer breakfast Is complete without fruit, Whllo most people prefer It nerved au naturel, others with English predilections take more kind ly to jam or some of the many stowed or steamed fruits. Others find a salad of fruit dressed with a few spoonfuls of sherry and sugar one of the beit appetizers at the beginning of tho meal, while still others, loth to give up their cereals, take a combination of fruit and cereal. In serving fruits au naturel arrange them to please tho eyo as well as tho palate. Nothing la prettier than leaves for decoration. No prettier fruit for breakfast can be found than currants, red and white, on the stem. Put a border of the leaves about a pretty china or glass dish, and pile the fruit on them. Serve with powdered sugar. Oranges for breakfast are easiest served cut In halves. They are delicious made In a compote with rlco. Take the pulp out as whole as possible and drop Into a rich boiling sirup, leaving it In Just long enough to heat It through. Make a nest of rice, put the orange and pulp In It and serve with whipped cream. Fruit salads are not nearly so well known as they should bo. The dressing of a fruit salad for tho gourmet Is usually of sweet wine, with Just a suspicion of fine liqueurs, but for ordinary use other combinations are preferable. Sweetened whlppod cream, lemon Juice, fruit Juice, French dress-ln- g or mayonnaise are all used with fruit. . ' that It has become almost a (F-- : I 'vrare SMJMmfs. tLnnniiMi 'i K.AlK. - UV'ViBBU laW Sprinkling Rates FOR 1010 The sprinkling rntc for the season, beginning May 1st nntl ending November 1st, 1010, in residence section, is 50 foot front and under d 8c for each additional foot. ... $6 $6 Business house rate, each door 0 3 WfV Miss This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. Jsna Addams. S Wootsey hall with Theodore floonevelt and Governor Hughes and J Plerpnnt Morgan and James J IIUL clad In an academic robe, to reeetve an honorary degree, while tho cIamIo walls r sounded to the apptawse sf an appro vlng multitude Juno Athlams. inulrr of arts the very title skews how me are twisting the language In order to fit the old academic ountowi la which men alone figured to the bw order of things In which women aro rceoc nlzed as having other capacities than those of the sweetheart and the house wife HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. Incorporated & Our Stock is Complete and ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Heinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas UM CM J. A. COTTON & CO. (INCORPORATED) - i t t -- Plumbers u3l.3TX3 Tinners t WORK IN BOTH BRANCHES EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY t t s t i t Stuffed Tomato Salad. Chop fine ono cupful of cooked ham and season with salt, pepper, celery seed and chopped onion. Add half a cupful of bread crumbs and mix to a smooth paste with French dressing. Stuff tomato shells and serve on lettuce with mayonnaise Watercress salad is also good to look at and "gooder" to eat Use the tender leaves of the cress. Let them stand la cold water to make them crisp and then wipe dry- - Sprinkle over them a teaspoonful of parsley and olives, chopped fine, Add n few slices of sour apples and pour over It the French dressing which Is made of one of vinegar, three tablespoon-ful- s of oil, one-hal- f teaspoonful of salt of a teaspoonful of and popper. The two latter Ingredients should be mixed In slowly To garnish watercress a egg chopped fine and scattered over It Is an table-spoonful one-quarthard-boiled The Idea of settlement work, wkloh don so mch te ex pand and vivify and popularize, li a new and potent kind of melting pet Its Idea Is to create a mutual under standing between different classes of the community and between different race. Hull house, whioh Miss Addams and Miss Starr started In Chicago more than twenty years ago, has been a pioneer to a new realm of activity for thousands of men and worn en and a place where, as one writer puts It Mrs Flahrlty of the Lake Shore drive and Mrs Flaherty of Ewlng street meet and find the human being In each other, to their own great surprise For while Hull bouie does Its work In on of the poorest districts of Chicago, It "ha never ceased to be the rag among people of the "upper-clas- s. "In the final estimate." write Graham Taylor In the Review of "what she baa done to real taoh to their rightful part and lot In the life of the community the elanst UolaUd by the condition of their la bor or their poverty may not prove to be a greater service than what she has done to help the financially and socially resourceful Masses out of their detcbed class-lifInto the straggle to make good their olatm to a name and place among all their Jane Addams has er Tot tM wlta w rKlfTtfKr. In Krnl etllHlN ItKIKM, r'KKHII MftATH Telephone 6 3 Deliveries Ledford & Randle fin e I desire to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly be- - V . li I,- .I n luwgcu iu iL. Li; I uic iiicttmnn t at v.onii s o., and am now II ice prepared to give you the best of service in this line. I I am now selling genuine . Notice " KAISER'S MOTOR KITCHEN Pittsburg Coal 4 My office will be Hew the Oermsn Emptror Is Fed When Out With His Armlo In the Field. A TON at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. Derlla This rather novel appearing automobile Is the field kitchen which supplies the Oerman kaiser with food at the military maneuvers. In the forward seetfon of the vehicle Is aa 48 Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. A. A. l j&i VsfVHV9Wvsf The Moter Field KlUhen. stove having fire openings in tho top and fitted with a boiler. Underneath are two Ice boxes, to one side are lockers for edlbUs and on the other side are cupboards for the Imperial plat. The openings shown on each side of the door In the Illustration contain tables. The canopies on each aids fold against the ear body when not la use. alcohol-heated FARIS 1 Phone 85 WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. Have you neglected your kidneys? Have you overworked your nervous system and caused trouble with your kidneys and bladder! Have you pain in loins, Bide, back, groins and bladder? Have you a flabby appearance of the face, especially under the eyes Too frequent a desire to pass urine? If so, Williams Kidney Pills wiU cure you Ulckmac Drug Co., Prloe 60a. '' Hickman, Ky. $ Cocoanut Cream. bos of gelatine In one Soak one-hal- f cupful of milk until soft, then set In hot water until dissolved. Add ono cupful of granulated sugar, stir until dissolved and strain. When cold and quite thick add one teaspoonful of vanilla, two cupfula of freshly grated cocoanut and one pint of cream whipped to a solid froth. Stir and mix gently until very thick, then turn Into wetted molds and set aside until thoroughly chilled and firm. The above proportions are sufficient (or two good-sizemolds. Asparagus. Begin at top, break Into two-Incpieces unttl you reach the tough part of the stalk. This you peel thinly and break. Cook In boiling salted water; It will all bo equally tender. Season with butter, pepper, and cream or thickened milk. h Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. ...ABSOLUTE SAFETY... is the basis that we offer to depositors. Othcr-induccments arc ot secondary importance. Upon this guarantee we PILESI PILES! SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE J. KELLY SMiTH Jlttorney-at'Lav- u Clinton, Kentucky Ont.itnlh of All feet to ChrisUmltf. Williams' Indian Pllo Ointment, will II. UUOHANAN, President oure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles J. A. TllOMl'HOV. (Imlilnr It absorbs the tumors, allays Itching miiKfrroiw II. Huclmmtu at onco, acts as a poultice, gives In J.J.O. Ilondurnnt CJ. II. TlirMkn!.! ... r w i, T. A. Idford It. M.Iilor stant relief. Williams' Pile Ointment Dr.J.M. l'lul)lnl Is prepared for Piles and Itching of Dulte's Excellence is the name of the privato parts. Sold by Hickman Drug Co, DOo our new, high grade flour, guaranteed Co, Props., and $1. Williams' Mfg., It thoro is a blue mark on your Cleveland. Ohio. Tho Hickman Fur. Co, will Bur to be the best la Hickman. Your Courier dont fall to renew this month prlso you In tho matter of low prices money back it not satisfied. Betters-worth as all papers are discontinued at tho and good goods. ' Don't take onr word A Prather. "Jsy Gsi" the mark of sjuallty. expiration of the ilsse. hut cow) and see for yourself. Action fBhwf ,a ' The Hickman Courier From Mow Until Ian. , 1911, Only 25c. Action hm , : in of than l8 hiI im ,on.er paper in this KentueUr K, HOW UVIMO J..HOII coillilJT will , i, llmt e prl I THE HieKMAN COURIER. The Laurlei haa a Spankin' Good Team. Grease the Axles of Your Wagon, A BLUE MARK HERE meani that your ha expired Itenew promptly If jnn want the paper to come to you after thli montli Up erUsint IBT FAN: WEAR is the Team that Pulls the Commercial ILagon up the Hill at Success Old Man, and Let's Hiich WHOLE NO. NO. VOLUME IK WK8TKKN KliNTOOKT m ao HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1910. ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1HOO 2(183 SHIRT WAIST RIGHT Swain's Big Shows. The W. I. Swain Show haa boon pUwIaiC thousands of Hickman's bet peupb- - during tho week under tlu-l- r Kant I.uk tout on Ui river front. prawMUitf hlnh cbtaa nty nt tmciioM by an exoelletil company of lkiyani wKli all the aoenury mtniplm iwHh and ffc4 tHt are In W city tkeinM at Hdnwcwl prlwa The prto( of Ute 8wln Co. ar la! the rtrnoh of all ami nevr In the! Matnry of lUckmtm ha a Mtnlkir drawtt audi nnormotta attend-atioi- The Hw4n babM haa caught lrfs; it-n ' ( ' ' It Should Suit Your Style, Da Put on Properly and Pinned Where It Belongs. "If you're going to wrar n shirt aa the n aM, wear It rlghtl" hi'lc remark of ona girl to another. ei rho surveyed disapprovingly the t r orn by another, which ekwfd' In Iho tack and was baMy Hie arms where It shoutd hate taut and trim. !r Hi" first place, mitt your shirt wat-t- s to your style. To aome the f vuely tailored waltta arc Infinitely r r beenmlnc than 'any other; while another oontlngent the More elab-- . "dressy" tiiooVa are In belter jr respondent!' with thu wearer DIs- u and which kind It best for . fc to It Thtn aa to aceessorlea. Frill and tilings may net be "yotir style;" i sVts and eaioados no letter A atrart tot may be Iweomlnn and one that e below the (mat line mean let l a discovery you am to wake 4ttl 'ir yourtelf, and having made It. da't ! o tempted from your knowledge think beonuie yew wear "Jtnl a il.lrt waist" you can Ret lute It any ay Tut It on property. 4h It .; ip where ll Iroleaea. establish eteae M.fctlona with It and the tklrt; ake It do you or edit A ten tent pr-a e will look better and have more e e property put on than a hand vldxred linen that lin'L And don't -i i i r Advanced Styles for Early Fall - M bbbbbbKl VV Hi.. iuuNaonifiM lovtnK puMtc ami Mr of Hln be termed tho Kluc UHMiricNU ae b haa the! qutpiMHl and by far the! bee bow of Ha kind over In Ihla mn eaaity 'li In't - LINEN WAIST. XAmI N7 4ty The nmipiuiy oftenod Monday HMih to full rapaoky of th b4 Un. ut teftag Nick Cktrler. King of Ire, a HHKlem detective mory whloh baa a lianwUfwl nMsmaee to K and al eUvajjc Nae of comedy. Tk eoinpany atore tbaH HMtdt rxmI n eiteor and astftmime were aHmerutie, every member belaff eowifieMe4 to take a cur-tal- a how afliir the third ueC Tuembiy itb;ht Knobs of Tenneaseo wae tmm by aHotker ktre crowd and the rerdtot of all who nttndt4l von 'A mttMw; bxhxI aliow." Weejaeasiny ietM Mr. Swaln'a now tbrtterr. the Artaona Cowboy aa prodae4. Thbi U the play that Hm irfortiMittee In Nw urketne the early part of the mamon Tftta peay wna wM aUeaded. big TiHttKht Mr Xwnin'a of Ute hbrtorloal western eoeaerfy tfmiHa, Jetwe James, will lo with all aeclu scenery, etc Tlthf la the play that bae made the Swain Show famuuH by Mr and In owned and eonlrolU-Hwnln. The two black fnco comedy irttta aru Uiq croatonl ovur WTltton. TliealJowrlo'rifenT K bound to do- llfiht the largo drowd tlmt will no wi-M- , ' lippers. Your Nothing tires one so quickly as worn-ou- t feet are your most willing servants and you cannot afford . . i i to abuse them by wearing uncomrortabh snoes. 10 thoroughly enjoy the pleasures of life you should wear only the best and easiest shoes. A pair of our new and stylish Bostonian and Kneeland for men, or an Imperial for la lies will help you to get more out of your daily walk than any other shoes oi the market. f.iii : i ll . i Remember Our Low Prices The Ordinary Reason of ordinary wear and fit is ordinary shoes. A Complete Line of High Grade SB 4V II Tixrsr It amaai II The Thayer Shoe pon xso-v- s and get a pair that will give extraordinary wear with the style of a man's. n I0' i O. 1 J 11 !! ymc ok MILLET & aRaW aflL 7 laMsW V0 1" A BHakX0' eft, praid Work Shoes All the best mil kX I I d Wearing Leathers ALEXANDER Hickman preeeHt. FYlday Mtsht the Swnln company grtiit will be seen I if Auguetn Amorloan Play. sL.Wmo Tills la no- - lan SOME NOVELTIES IN HATPINS A decado ago when tho year 1900 The woman who can not stand for can achieve a touch was ushered in Hickman was dozing Chantccler hata It waa the satno old of the barnyard In her hatpins. There peacefully. are roosters, pheasants, owl heads ga towaj that had boon hero for yeara; lore, from cheap ones of small size no recent Improvements were visible In Imitation enamel or silver to huge Tola walat may be made of cither to tho oyo; stores looked fold and tripod or plain linen, and In either affnlra In rhlncstones with combs and dingy, tho Btreets were bad, tho wacase la trimmed with bands of plain feot of colorod Jewels. Some of theso rhlnestone pins are terworks pumped muddy water from linen ornamented with eeutaehe and buttons. threo Inches long from comb to claws tho Mississippi river, whon It ran nt Usually tbey present a side vlow when all, tho light plant made electric The sleeves are flnlabed with deep In the hat, occasionally they are set lights onco in a while and tho old cuffs trimmed to correspond. The to look aa If Just stepping forth for a court house stood aa a relic of oldou and wrist ruffles are of llnon morning crow, showing both aides of times. or ballet tbo body studded. Hugo colored enamel hat pins have Growth. superseded rhlnestone ones for the In ronowlng his subMripUon to the moment, though the former when of About a year later tho Mongol Dox Courier, A. B. Dollow w'rites: "Jnk good quality aro alwaya In stylo. A a large heart Co. built a small plant hero which find i aro Tory eomforUtbly McDanlol one has acanil' convlently alluatod awl aa a worked out In various tones of red llko a Bpark Incited tho town to tion and Hickman, feeling her possiery well aOtfld. enamel delicately lined wlih gold. aro Tho girl who would make suro of bilities, commenced to grow; tho Ttu- - Chealorflold Is an apartment for having her powder puff over with her merchants commonco to put new folbachelor only and If tho other So now carrle's It In her hat pin fronts on tholr stores, improved Uio lows nro na unlucky oa myself It will htigo nro some of tho now pins that Interiors nnd put in better stocks, pow bo convortod Into a Confirmed Itaoh I hero la room for quite a sizeable elora Apartment" dor puff, when tho hinged lid Is lifted. 80 skillful Is tho workmanship that No Truth in Report. none but tho Initiated auspect tho Somo wwldlnga whloh occurred at complexion safeguard. a With a set of theso pins one can be first of tho week: I.. I. All kinds of roporta nro being clr used for powder, the second for nail and Mlmi Jonnlo Adklna. of DubHeol-fopolish or rougo and the third for tiny lin. Ky. A. K. Vnnrool and Mian Ow- ciliated about tho purchase of en Holdon, of Pilot drove. Ky; T Iiike by a Now York syndicate chamois. Pwltt and Mra. Delia Coojwr. of and about tho Uovornmont making Deads on Lingerie. Water Valley, Ky; Win. Hawkins and survey nt Ute Inko. These reports Parisian women who have adopted foundation. Mlm Ummlo Calhoun, of Mnyflvld. are all. so far, without 1.1.. tnkw 1eoao" v m malaf .. uu, .. If a New York syndlonto la trying to tho raanionnuia with tho slcevos and ploce Ijuid Com- cut In one buy the West Tennessee If good, reliable merchandise, lowest tcrmlnntod Just above tho normal pany says It knov,H nothing about It, waist lino and a full hanging skirt, possible prices, fair and square dealbut 0110 of them slates Uint they almost In dlrectotre effect) are trim-tnln- g theso simple frocks with beads would ontwtaln a proiOHitloii to soil. nothing Instead of embroidery Wo opino that Uiero will bo ing, careful attention and a sincere Often tho ocaus nro bowdu on noi tho oaso done with tho property until destrips In flower or conventional U desire to please you, are the things you Is tried by tho Supromo Court. signs and thon nppllqued as girdles or Whlto leada In favor, Ion City Commercial. sklrtbands. like, we can count you for a customer. through tho lighter pastol shndos In to fBbrlc bavo bead embroideries HOSU Tho bettor built PURH SILK match them as closoly as possible. A good time to put us to the test is too, heol and upper, all sizes llnon Theso are glass beads; It Is almost wooden beads In stock. II. K. Curlln. tho only placo whore the right now. COME. Iridescent have not driven them out occasionally nnd metal bends nro also old child of Jaa. Ca- Been, especlnlly In gowns with a touch Tlio four-yea- r a of the provalent oriental embroidery sey, residing near tho collogo. has Somotlmea an entlro frock of mull dovolopod case of scarlot fevor. well with single of Health. or bntlsto Is embroidered Dr. Untlzer. of tho Hoard beads, giving tho effect of a dottod maCourier Office. iina iiIuhmI n rlsld qunranUiio on this terial The result la vory pretty and See homo, also oUicr homes near u qulto unusual.' children Utero is a possibility of tho disease by exposure. catching NEW CLOTHING STORE looking after Mott Ayora and his red Ho loft thla Dr H B Prnthor la for Now Yorlc and wlU bo out tho patient. ... .i. M,m(v n wholo month. What e IUU k.viv Ol 4.4444. 4..4.4-a roUef to the Fultoa Tribune. Cotton picking next. ' good-lookinroniM-iKncWU-kln- night aad tho Swain Company takew great pride In presenting thla jpvt play. The book haa been tend by iHMNawi of pople. The ladles of the eowtxuiy nro afforded grwit to display some lnlsh wardrobe. The comiHtHy will close their her Saturday nlgbt In tho wwtni majodrnma. The Younger Ilrothera. Thla play la not wild and wooly om the name wotild ind lento, 1ml one with a beautiful atory of lovo eln of ami heart Interest and a coMtedv that runs through It that will keep the uudlem'O In nn uproar trtxa atari to finifth. Vw 5iturday matinee, the mroe UHaetly, llnppy Hooligan will be of fered for the ladten and oldldrvn. ami the HKlw filrU doll contest. Bewy IKUe girl undor ten years of age WMvy enter the eontAHt. Tfce people of Hickman will always weteome tho Swatn show back and we cannot recommend It too highly to the oltles thoy will visit. iM; Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, tho streets wore mndo good, sidewalks laid, a new and uptodate water works, light plant and Ico factory wore built, supplying tho town with pure artesian water, Ico as clear as crystal, and first class electric lights continually, a modern court houso was built, a flno public library erected, new schools opened, a now telephone company chartored which Is stretching Its wires over tho county and making city people out of tho farmers, a now cotton gin and mixed food mill have been built, a now bank several new additions established, opened and are rapidly filling wlUi fine homes; Mengel's plant has boon Increased until now It covors half a milo of rivor front and gives employment to r25 men, tho government has built a lovee protecting the rich bottom land adjacent to tho town and as fast as tho Umber Is cut off tho land has boon opened up for farming and this together with tho factories Roosters, Pheasants and Owl Heads, Some With Combs and Feet of Colored Jewels. Looking Backward. has created an enormous immigration of pcoplo to Hickman and iho eurroundinff country and made ono of the best and llvest towns on the Mississippi river, which offers untold advantages for the farmers from the north to sell out at home and mote to tho heart of tho Mississippi Valley, to tho man who wants to Invest his money for profit, to tho manufac turer who wants a good location for manufacturing and shipping and to the wuolesalo and retail merchants Who want tho best placo in tbo world to do business and make monoy. Present. Tho year 1910 was ushered in by Hickman with whistles blowing and bells ringing, a now town clock chiming the hour, and found a town that has doublvd In population in ten years, and Is uptodate and expand lug fast and Is alive to Its posslblli ties for tho future. Looking Forward. ra i i. . M r We Want Your Trade :i When tho year 1920 Is ushered in and Unclo Sam comes to take Uu census, ho will find a city of 10,0e0 people, having threo railroads, the most uptodato water transportation in tho world with vessels comins through tho Panmaa Canal, up tho Mississippi River and landing nt Hickman, all sorts of factories, Juclud lag flour', cotton and hosiery factories, steam laundrt. j and nn lnterurban street car system extending in every direction through a thickly settled and prosperous country with a system of fino plko roads along which tho farmers will spin In their automobiles. Hickman will havo now residences galore, tad buildings, paved streets and Unclo Sam will look up in astonishment, and exclaim to the world, "This .a my prlzo town. It Increases 100 per cent In population every ten yoara Keep your oyo on Hickman." "BOOSTER- .Remember wo have moved temp" '' Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, 8pc. Jit samples. rarily Into the Dairy building. man Plumbing &. Hit k Tinning. Sullivan Brothers Wm. Surrell and wlfo, of East Prairie, Mo., stopped at Hickman tlila week to visit their daughter, Mrs. A Townsend, while on tholr way to 4, wv L J I I Louisiana. i Circus at Fulton tomorrow. .. au . ...MlCMfc-- n .f. .J' hfcM Sr9E95! fA Thompson H al. Mrs. Mag Taylor vs Rosa N Toy lor ct al. Addle Biggerstaff vs. Jim Bigger- staff. F. M. Uhhor vs. A. A. Oliver Jno. E. Melton vs. P. II. Weaks ot al. C. M. Adams vs. City of Hlcknmn B. G. Halo vb. Vernon Malady etal City of Fulton, Petition Ex ParU Two canes. J. J. C. Bondurant vs. J II 1'eck Minnie Jonoa vs. Jim Jones Jamrs Sanger vs. Richard Booker trt al. It. A. Warford vs. W. T Bondunuit. Mrs. Clara K. Mnxwoll ft nl C. E. Webb et al. I A. Donnoll et al vs. Mrs Etumn The Blind Senator. Oklahoma City. Okla. No man !n public life today has bad a more remarkable career than Senator Thomas Pryor Gore of Oklahoma, whose ehargss of attempted bribery In connection with the iale of Indian lands stirred the country and brought about lnTMtla-atlonba congressional com mlttee. Marvelous almost beyond be lief were the struggles of this blind youth to early man blind from reach the great goal of his ambition a seat In the senate of the United BUtss. Senator Oore was born on a farm In Mississippi In 1870, later belug taken to the Tillage of Walthall, when the latter was created. At the age of eight eee of Ma eyes was jabbed out by a playmate. Dut ho still had ono good ye left and his grief was forgotten when some friends told him one day that he nad been appointed a page In the Mississippi legislature. This career wan. however, ended three years after the first accident by a fate so cruel and unusual that It would have crushed boys out of the spirit of ninety-ninany hundred in the land. While exhe perimenting with a toy cross-bow- , himself shot out his remaining eye. He was now totally blind, and had to give up his pageship. For the next five years his chief diversion was to hear his sister and mother read to him. Then a normal school was opened at his home town, and he entered, his lessons being read to him at home and by his schoolmates. A debating society was organized in this school and the blind boy joined and displayed a wonderful aptitude for debate. One day a companion found an old volume of the Congressional Record. Going to an old stable the companion would read to him the speeches of the lawmakers at Washington and then there entered Gore's y e DOCKET OF FULTON IN CIRCUIT COURT. CONVENES HICKMAN NEXT MONDAY. VICTOR With a VICTOR ,:, your home you u,i hnvc any kind o music, at any time c i wish, and as often .1 you wish. All tl delightful old songs and the newest of 1 Commonwealth Apearance. Sot for the second day of 'term: Dudd and Waltor Hopkins, ohlokou stealing. Jno. Kussoll nnd Calvin Cnlllson, hog stealing. On bond. On Fred Pony, false swearing. bond. Carl WngKtor, falso swearing. In Jail. Tom Morgan, posting threatening nolo. On bond. C. N. Jonklns, obtaining money by falso pretenses. O. L. Wiggs, uttering forged writing In jail. Jno. Meals, setting up craps game Arthur Smith ami Henry Brown, disturbing lawful ossotnbly. City of Fulton, common nuisance, 2 cusos. Noll Iluudnour, carrying concealed deadly wVnpoii. Joo Torrott, same-- ns above. Will Douglas, gaming. ' J. T. Seat, breach of poace. Charley Morris, Jako Polsgrove and Wll) Coleman, same ns above. Wilt Jordan nnd Annlo Jordan, same as above. Gennnn Adklsson and Hud Norman, Donnoll. same as sbovo. Halo & Ward vs. 11. Lewis el ul Mrs. Vesta Carter vs. Ben Carter For city of Hlcknmn vs. Mono Bar-kot- t, appeal. J. S. Stafford, appeal. Ordinary Appearances. C K J, ff ,:U popular songs, comu Sot for tho fourth day of Uie term II. Miignuss vs. Giles B Bond, two cases. Dismhwvd settled. J J. C. Bondurant vs W C Jones Jesse French Piano Co. vs. Jno Mllner. Naylor Merc. Co. vs. J. O Allen Commons oaKli of Kentucky ns A W Ixiuderdole. A and sentimental, tlu best of sacred musu or the finest of operatic music. And the music yo , get on a Victor is the very best. The highest pmi singers and musicians are yours to command at an time. And all this you get for Only $1.00 Down and one dollar a week afterwards. & J Plaut vs. A. S Hark-- U Ky Culvert Mfg. Co. vs City of Prices Range from 10 to $200 Ladies' Home Journal Patterns XOo Now on Sale at XSo fr E. R. Ellison's TVTTTTTTTTTT. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmamf Senator Thomas P. Oore. bmast the ambition to be a United States senator an ambition that never .eft It, even In the darkest days that speaker had spread locally and he received many Invitations to address fanners' picnics. The last day of 189S he left Mississippi for Texas under a solemn vow never to return to It unless as a United States senator. That year In Texas was a hard one. Gore threw himself Into politics with passionate energy. Again and again the family was reduced to the verge of physical suffering. Yet year after year they kept up the fight for existence without complaint Nor did the blind lawyer one despair of reaching the senate, writes James Creelman In Pearson's Magazine. When Mr. Bryan was nominated at Kansas City In 1900 Gore found his way to the crowd that surrounded the convention. He managed to live In Kansas City for six days at a total cost of $3.60 No one who heard his voice ringing out over that scene of national enthusiasm was permitted to know, or even suspect, his poverty. Then he obtained an engagement In South Dakota to speak during the state and presidential campaigns. In this way he picked U(t Jl.COO and with It went back to Texas and married. The Gore's including hU father and brotherdecided upon going to Oklahoma. In April, 1903, Oore managed to go as a delegate to the territorial convention that was to choose a deltssete to congress from Oklahoma, and was given a seat In the territorial senate. That summer the blind man had another terrible struggle to koep alive. One day In June he had only eight cents left. He held a war council with his wife to consider what they should do with the eight cents. It was decided that the money should be spent on postage In an effort to secure peaking engagements. The political tight had to be kept up at any cost. The fight for a seat in the United States senate was now pressed systematically Oore spent the year 190S In widening bis acquaintance, attending picnics, barbecues and county fairs, lecturing for anything from JE to 25, shaking hands with the crowds and smiling his way Into their hearts. His friends wanted him to abandon his ambition for a time and run for congress. "It Is the senate or nothing," be replied. Oore won his fight In the primary election and was elected to the United States senate by the legislature, drawing the short term. In 1908 he was followed. In 1891 his fame as a mP3at CASH STORE October Style Books Just Arrived Come and Get You a Copy FREE New Fall Quarterly Style Book JUST OUT, Fulton M E. Dodd vs. Fulton Dally leader Come hear the Victor. We'll piny for you gladly l'arham Matthews Hat co Finis L Clark J M. McDowdoll vs. National In surnnee Co. Same vs. Phoenix In Co Same vs. Connecticut Fire Ins t'o Hllbn Bros. vs. C. I Walker A. E. Anderson & Co. vs. J. A Mllner. Warthtttuier-SwartShoo Co. vs. J A. Mllner. Bd V. IYlco & Co, vs. J. A. Mlltwr. Two of Family Die, Methodist Reyival. Mrs It L. Perry vs. V. Garpontor. J. T. Mormn vs. Tom Gtllam. Tom Finlda et al vs. I am) LI ho. a Tfc smv of HvunrtC Loadtml ImuI Oo CnHay. S4ilHHkr W Jno Creed vs. Columbian Wood-nw- newresty tarn fJllw! Tw stay altr-skkm- , 1 Hiart at th- - V tlral RMNg w0n Ms bretlMrr. lm Lams-lor- wta anorak. MHMtotNl ky IU x R J. Brown vs. I. a. It It M Um koa of kss psrsxaw or, of TronteH. Town . nmtt V S Tailoring Co. vs. J. A. MBnor a fw nsIIm sssodiwfvt of tsmsv p&k Uw hKl r--r. Ilov. G. W FrankMelton & Thomas vs. U lUctt f typhoid whick s sns Km4w eoMH 10 vw vry u lin Insurance Co. t b wm unity fanu ikto frmr. f i cutnwitir4, Al titxmant he m I'ntW Shirt and Collar Co. v. J. rHiK at Hlptey, TM. Bx.' V wus 11 Mllner Ii of . twit is of ktm, the Ceieuttorsiat Appftti I.ucJhu Reeds vs. Ghswtar Turner. ainf roHHRMi cklM of Mr. tusfl Mr Kv. Mondors t wt or that W. C IxUta vs. I. C. It It J. II. LMKfent. sjuI HssussU wmi tlw UonaI tfpt of ovomtklUts, hut ou T. J. and Edith Pfetoltor vs. I. osoAmry Is plaUi. vraetlcnl and R. It H i fed sxirH (9 gh Ht mm tfffattws. II doi not PI1 Crutchflold RunU Tol. Co. vs. I. WWfi sK XO fWv wt Ml stV ir'' of Ids ftudkince, b It It mmL II a taittW. tho IsKoIUomhow and JmlKweat f "wk to Crutchflold Camp W. O. W. ts. I. HraMhstwK MttW fow and Ms 4nlh IMIrWoAl It ka Wpwh C It It mm a listrd btom xh grW-rtckoBkiwsfm If) HMlHK lltwhrl Naylor More. Co. im. A. J. Koatp, fwrtstu. Ho ImmI Wh Mok for Mr-- Uto tf a great rtU F M. Boat vs. Liverpool LondsjMlt w uihm-fitteM ttam raoWy Is ommlHoni. don & Gloto Insurance Co. Ellison Brothers x 4d fvr. Rt i. yrs a a 4mr yt u tlo d. tustot W. 20 CENTS ct J. 11. Olbbs vs. A. A. Oliver et al F. & S. L Dodds Co. vs. I Including Any Line Steamers. B. F. Chambers vs. M. II. nl C. F. 1 5c Pattern Free Smith vs. Western Telegraph rMMtasj ww IaM t rout MftanitHHt hmifo Uw Mwly htik Mad fsm of Ms feroUMr at IVrowj tINo owntnry. luv KUs eoodweUigc Union Um fVSMSuI srvl4s. yos-tont- Ills My tHbdwiiHi U htorvtudng and phoUxt for the Uttl i" o( l lllskmati. Wliy not MR HMklHC NOW? Ily OUh. r" 1 Co. W. B. McGuheo tb. N. C. St L. Tint Ikmm In dMk aiil Ut Ism loft Um Ug-for- d 4rX-mo- Mlsr sorrow oatl hwirUirakosi nwl for patronage Appearance i Equity. Sot for tho third day of tho term. S. Stafford vs. City of Illckmau. Miss Bottle Barnes Is on the "Humboldt," same as above Drew P. Smith vs. Carrie Smith. lUu Walter Plguo, samo as above. Delia Matheny vs. Clem O. Matheny Tom Holmes, same as above. In Fanners aro busy plowing wheat M. E. Bard vs. E. T. Bard. jail. ground. Georgia Hemphill vs. Walter Will Buss, malicious shooting. Mrs. Lela Williams is attend school Calllo Jones, same as abovo. . at Martin. Helm & Ellison vs. Robt. Griggs. Same, assault and battery. Bello Lewis vs. Fronchy Lowls. Samo, Injuring property of another. LlUle Rosa Loo Frailer Is very Ill E8tolla Howard vb. Hosoy Howard. of diphtheria. Frank Elliott, furnishing liquor to minor. Eddlo Johnson vs. Will Johnson. Grovor Wilson is attending school Andrew Garden, samo as above. Paulina Bowden vs. Clarence Bow- - in Union City. Mnmlo Pnrham, violating local op- den. tion law. Nora B. Pherigo vs. J. E. Plierigo. Homer Jones, of Hickman, wus In Rico Clyincr, selling whiskey. Mrs. M. C. Twigg ct al vs. J. M. this vicinity Sunday. - Geo. Cunningham, same as above, Frank Jones, same as above. Route 5. Whv Us fillHt MHMumr of fnm Utelr tunny frlttftds. BK8T by GI8H. yMm-Hi- rtB y J. ik "Oho Itvv. Ggor auto iHrlencod aUmt wrork ywrtonlsy. A fw wt-imruly crilUtr r IHt tMfi NMn Uwkwnrd 4wn a Iohk hill and Xi Hh4sit KMwpl bwliu; koriouMy U by JwmplnfC. Thbt Ume a wnjon In Ut way. nutUng In several ! lars lnutft to tlie niaoblho . r We Want Everybody In Town to Read This Advertisement the purchases of medicines made anywhere, the knowledge or experience is not Riven to many people to see beyond the label or wrapper on the bottle, to know whether the right ingredients are there, whether they are rightly put together and whether the right quality and quantity is there. With our customers they can at least look at the reputation of this store for straightforward business service, and to this reputation is always coupled the the opportunity we always offer for the return of any goods that do not come up to our warranty. We would like you to remember that we have a definite object in view, other than conducting our business for profit, and that is that every customer might come into our store in perfect confidence, believing that every statement we make is warranted to be so in every way, Any business that docs not live up to that stand ard must lali to pieces. Our business has b een growing steadily for years. wmsssezmmmiMm Owen Stlgler closed n school at Crescent Friday. I N all f ! g . Ss ll ii Miss Stevons, of Missouri, is the guest of Miss Georgia Council. Henry Howard and Bob Hicks wore in Hickman on business Friday. Ilev Walton Stiglor and wlfo woro O. W. Donnoll Friday. 33 112 K m m S S S Free Trip to EDELWEISS, SEPT. 29th. Gst Ready, 22 tho guesta of ited Miss Grace Donnoll Saturday. Tho singing Miss Vera Howard, of Crystal, vis m m -- IISII ILU urday night was very much enjoyed Itov. Davla Is holding a Holllnoss mooting at Rogers school house UiIh week. Kev. Tom Mayo, of Dresden, filled nt Iteolfoot Sunday. at Henry Howards Sat-- 1 his regulnr appointment 1 Miss Ira Wilson has returned to her homo near Lano Ferry after a visit with Miss Georgia Council. Only a short Umo longer to got tho Beat and most stylish photos over made In Hickman, By Glsh. Do It NOW, NOW. II. E. Curlln for Joy flowers. Telephone No. and groceries. dozen. By Gluh. 4 for better meats ?1 For a short time, photos ".UnSs&mmm S syyysi.i.sKsmsws,; jvyyv I haYo a flno Hod Durham bull Which I stand at 1 cash, with guaranteed servloo. M. A. McDaukl.22p HELM & ELLISON s! Save Musey aaJ Keep la Slyk by Reading McCiir. and U.inf McCall Patterns Mcaiinc Ii(li Local Cut Uio woods. For old and youno It. lck. Ita first appcaranoe Sept. 29th, In -- .aus Rummr MtCtTi help rou Uteu lrl Ublr it a mettrrtto MiiUkU1 lis 011 A Chats ElMiftp9Gr& UtfHflpHlHl'H ' : eipetiiebr keeping roU poitxl on lb uiwl itliloui la clelbei lad tuu. (u Now Tuition DlrtM til nrU tttua. Abu YiltHbta lufurtMtlon on ill bene iih3 l uutwrt ($lf U)o a jar. Invading ft fire ltt-rn- . todir or mbU ir-wmHub-mjI- Sept. 29th. Sept. ?9th. tho strooU. Big Showing : : : : : Thursday and Friday, fair and cool. I. Wllllanui la reported quit Hickman visit to the capltol of QrauiUrk. Sept. 29th. lUvor fctnnds 19.3 on Cairo Euago. with a fall of 1.2 yoatorday. Howard Throlkeld left Monday for Clinton wbcro ho will attend school. "I wonder Whoiw Hair Bho Haa On" la tho latest BontliiiHin.il ballad. New Fall Merchandise. We have just returned from the markets, and are receiving the largest and most complete line of Dry Goods ever shown in Hickman : : for fr a miM rntM willTUMMrtoN rmi In iMko feltMtl Kuli u mkHo copr. In ftwr niftier Win a ivir ft .! i lilUtlMI Ot I'ltee which rimiii ill bo ft i aua(orrAxr.stitznwi37ttk.Miitcu fl for rMimr ft, WJ bit Tm fix tn-jli...nrurfllrHilt. Kentl f wb I'flio ORpr. iu I iiaioiru ili'l rwb fiiurn CiuUtrv. ckmib ir iiIhI M Heal flour on thu uiarkoU Iluttra i '! B north AMy A leather. am Hlliott woh ovor from t'uMon thin elc. ( O Sehlaiitar friMii HHiflii, Oklo. ud J. M. Henderson nnd wife wlsltod Mrs. C. MoClollau at Cuyco last wife tiro Lome woek I. ffyTTTYnTVfTVT ib lie . FdloD County Capilol J C. Ilrowdr, ot Icxli5oii, town on WiihiHi .Mendny. wnH In Mlaa Mucolco Rlcu waa the frueat of Mb VirRlnla Iloyater aweral days last week. f MILLINERY LADIES SUITS DRESS GOODS DRESS TRIMMINGS BaMHeataaaaftllaaaWnBlaaaaBBaaaaBBl It you wan. In buy a farm or town Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas. W. Males return property, call at the Courlur office ed home Weduoudny nftor an oxtund-i- l County Court. bridal trip. Jwl Cotton mid Chun. I'arham ot Tom Wtdmwtltiy twirHtng froiti Rt ,rftW bill of tho imtuU IVed Haydeu, Uio Hog King of Ful Jr. wo (Ul and order! U ton uu!ity, was up from No. 8 Is, jo day for tsecnttto. land on buMlnojrt youtordny. John I'ntUMir tft )Mt wok for bill of Mm. K. A. &ftt , Joo A. Itoper. ono of Cnyce's popu i.ich tu filed at the last ten HvaikiMTilhi, whrr h m41I aUtiil at UiU lam AfKll. lar young bultMn men, was a visit ...uhI court, W antrvrMnml jHdHe IhiKg will or at Uitti office yesterday. filed and or-- i prtaaldi M. Um cohiIhb iu lory mtlleuiorit lrHt of the Hickman College employa alxteen thirty daya fw x- - Pukoa) Otrmli Court. to lay Flvo tenaliors und needs another. A . A. Kimbro guard Um K yon lmn any St((Min Hata that yars ago wo hnd only olx. Up Uu Wobaterj P. II. in yon whm. tlimad awl rbloukod for Avn ftweai. It. It. Gibbs and family returned to noUlotnotiU etmflfieted: Mar wtth II. li Curiln. i. Kant Prairie this morning after a liMiy. nduir.of II. V. Www; In and near Hickco that our visit to relative Iloaru of ul)itltuto u ado. udmr. of Coyle W4. trade-marla on your plumbing nd man. m Wllll&ma, 6 yuar old, w tlnnlnx Joba. John Cotton. tiled lo the car ot Kentucky Sarah Hrown, a negro woman, wu Bixite'ty with prlvH-- f T! Homo SmnH farm not furUior adjudged lnano aud carried to tho WA.STHO: uutkliiK IvruI adoption. Umw two mllwi from Htoktuan. Will aayluui at Hopklnsvllla this week by V. Hulohlns was apiottHt-oter pay axH a4. Cwrter offlea. Sheriff Johnuon. ( Kelly road, souUi of HWc- Hurry If you want, any of thoso UkM Mamirilo Kunm left M ou yellow mulberry ot8. They can bo tlay afttriHNu for Otoreland, Tonn., Methony'a flah house. Don't wAmt dm wW HUr SHUAiKiry Col- - (mhjii ut put K off. trcd Hayden. rtnl Estate Transfers. , . i - u oir n RUGS. BLANKETS tr k . . I ; ; ; Ladies and Misses Shoes We invite your inspection d I' I wnr to lWwarde. lot In lUawtW, MM- FiMtiir i iit i II. TmrK mIU lleor to lot In WmI Hlflknwai, JIT. Mtu Smith to I. f. Moor, lot K a At Uio West Hickman achool 114 YM Ntam. formwly 1Ui Holm & City pupils have been unrolled with mora trow Union OlkMHi, wa in to hear from. It begins to look an Monday. Ha ta now mlkM-adlnthough a third "chool must bo estab- : ; ; orr IV. BALTZER & DODDS D. G. CO. 1NCOUPORTEAD Hiskman, 1(1. ywtavOAy, J. Ftetehur lo J. in Pulton, KaUy Hh. 4 U . Oarr to ik-a- t on, $169 and T. a ot!r B. Wo S cowiWSfftffotW V.la WTary to J. 1'. .(! In llUkman. flM. J !Wi V. l"Bll 1 U H, V. Handrail, lot rMltoti. . 100. I. 0. Logan to 0. W. Whipple, 3 rva laiul. fftMO. John 'J. Hall ta Jno. b a Uwaon. nortw land, IISOO. tlorvat In land. Mr. 8. M. Hublwnl to Jnkc Lattua, oorii land. 11009. M. Salllo Kopner to 1). 0. Halo, t7.M. J. A. llatohr to IWw. Hemphill, lot 312 iu ttaal lllakiuan, ICtO. FANATICISM NEARLY FATAL a Woman, IniUttno on a Stv.n-TlmtImmaralon, la Almoit Drown.d Baptlam. In PhlladelrbU. Pa, Inalstlns that she way, a must be baptlied tn htr own woman who fay the namo of Mrs. Bophle Plum, cama noar drowning In specthe presence of at least J.000 tators on the Delaware rlTer banks an Olouceeter. She was rescued In launch il. -- t.v At itn hv manInIn aa nesrby and afterwards rettTed thor bulldlnc The big crowd was apeo-taol- e ouchly thrilled by the exciting aa the woman eadearored to . r,,Am nmaa nlanted In the rWer ' about JO yarda from ahore, William noaennn. u The Iter. of the Helping Hand church, Olouca. tar had announced eemel daya before that there would be a baptism In the rWer nut there was some niicn Mrs Plum was anx In the program. lous for the ceremony, but she Insistseyon ed that she must be Immersed In accord with her conceived times notlona of biblical Injunctloa THnVartfflll Iflld he COUld ceremony, find no authority for auch a he appeared before the and when crowd on the shore he announced that the ceremony would not take place. He had helped plant tho cross In the sand with rocks about Ita base, when the tide was low, Just aa Mrs. Plumy desired, but there would be no Sir. and Mre. J. M. Henderson and lltllo Mis Mlllun Thomas, attended Ikwck nHiraailntlwi eoncontlnR ilie unrolling of J. A. Stono'a monuhw raMroad from Qnp Clrnnleau to the at Rush Creek Sunday. ment DorWi. Ho uny tho road U a euro B. Sunday night at 10 o'clock, at tho o'alock, at Court house, Mlaa Deulah Twigg and biHlay nftarwoon nt S Jno. Thompson, both of Wolf Island, Om Methedlst rti(HW, Cha. W. by Judgo Noylor. Tho aaywifll and Mb Attle llodgoa. two wuru married is 10 nnd Uio groom 21 years wi IctKiwn youiu; pcoplo of Wat bride old. IKoHWHk. wore unltod In mnrrinKO by Iter. Q. W. Wllon. Want n nlco homo In West Hick-manuator w kirks, electric light, a Hurt Friday cronlnK, Mlaa Hmma nc six room house, big CCxl90 let, TylT enturtalwd quite n number of located In tho best part of Uio town. trtriMki at a porch dance. The jam buy lu Particulars at tho were brlRhtly Illuminated 1M0 will am! Courier office. avMjiltiL' niuoh onJovod. A iL Um niau nrrivod punch wa served, Brio Carter, a son of L. M. Carter, and lAtor rofntHhrnenta of oream and charged wlUi boiiio minor offenses. Mre. BCllOOl at mk. The kwu vrn Mr. and King-hu- i. uvi. mml In llin C. P. Shumate. Mrs. Nannie Loxlngton, Tucsdny. 1. M. Uxlnka a Mr. Knioirt. Johnson, Mt. E. sliort course in "manual training" r. II. PraUier. and Mlaa llonnlo will bo beneficial. Atwood Annto CowhIII. Ioulso Hickman morchnnta aro demanding IUtUlo Dallow. Mabel Wilson, Cloona spaco In Uio Courier Vlr- - considerable Wwitherliolt, Oiarlotto Hubtard, thoso days. No better pmco on oartn gtnta PrsUurr, Irono I'anfl, ol carry as Mildred ItamnBO, BhUjIIo Ito- - to trade. Our merchants and Messrs. Uirge linos as Will bo found ouUldo neau and Ituth Klllson districts, and a more II K Curlln. Bdw. Prnther, C. M tho wholesalo et of W. C IlectI, cleror nnd accoramodallnK K. Owen. A men will not bo found anytlonhUr JoliiiHon, Guy Halo, h M. business Hickman, tho best CmiclifMd, l'onl Mnddox, Warren where. Come to Uio map. town on Kill son and Uobt. Dellow wttwo T Jm. llryant a In Oharleaton talked with h lished in tho near future ; 0la1ia3MJMM Public Schools Open. On Monday, Reeves-Saun- ders. MMMMMMMMMM1MMMMMM Woodland al di Mills. .i ori Car-pewte- uon-durni- Tho following from tho Commrclal-Appe8eptomber 12, will bo of Interest to tho throw tho doors of her thrco largest bride's many friends at Cnyce, where school buildings open to Uio sho lived for several years. Mrs. enrollment in her history. Sanders Is a nolce of Mrs. Jim San Hickman not only has Uio largest ders, of Chicago, and has many enrollment In Kultou county, but In friends In Hickman who extend their Western Kentucky, cxoepUng alone best wishes: I'aducah and Mayfleld. A pretty wedding waa qulotly solemnized last evening at the homo of Threo cheers for Hickman! Mrs. Laura A. Reeves, 684 Walnut "When Prof. Gabby came hero wo street, when her daughter, Mauy Jes hnd aix teacher and ono building; sie, became Uio brldo of Flavlus J. now wtj havo twelvo teachers and Sanders. Only relatives and most ta- threo buildings, sovoral special teach- - tlmato friends were privileged to ore and on enrollment hastening on witness the ceremony, which took Dlaco at 7:30. Uio Rov. W. II. Shoffer towards eeven hundred. Immediately after Uio officiating. Another teacher Is yet needed to ceremony, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sanders loft rollovo Uio .oongesUon In Miss Shor-rou'- 3 for bridal trip to Chicago aud othroom. er points. Our high school haa a strong fcur years' courao and Is accredited with Fall and winter samples are here. all tho colleges and unlvereiUes In Schmidt, the tailor. Kentucky, thus admltUng her grad uates without cxamlnaUons Into thouo higher insUtuUons. Richard Prather entered tho high school at Union City this week. er, aro la tho Davis Flack and Bister, Mary Hunt Uio guosts of relatives here. Miss Mary Prather, of State Line, guest of her cousin, this week, Harry Threlkeld and wife, of Hickman, were tho guests of his parents Sunday night. Mrs. Sallle Cross and Miss Lena Jones havo returned to their homes in Blythevllle, Ark. Bettlo entertained a number of friends at Rook. Grapo Juice was served during tho games, later refreshments of cream and cake. Tho guests wero Mosdamos Carl Schmidt, Henry Sanger. John Meacham, F. M. Caso, Will Helm, Misses Ruth Ellison, Ireno Far- Is, Annio CowgUl, Ireno Helm, Hazel Johnson, Charlotte Hubbard, Bortlo May Rice, Lucllo Bondurant, Estelle Reneau. Virginia Prather, Mabol Wil son, Mildred Ramago, Mayme Naylor, Marguerite Fuqua and Miss Cloona Weathorholt, ot Clovorport, Ky. Friday afternoon, Mlas De-Bo- w t II .. Is our price for nn Edison - rCd'viotu !.... nn d 12 Records. core-mon- Mrs. Plum, who suaaeniy flowing white robes. "Yes. there will, brother." exclaimed nppru iu And all you have to pay is $1 down and $1 a week after. Since Uil8 high achool la free-- to all children- - In Fulton county, and as our largo library Is open to thoin Quarterly meting will bo held at whllo nttondlng hero, nil pareuts tho Methodist Church In this city should resolvo that their children next Sundyn. Prosldlng Elder J. G. Harry Downing, ot TlptonvUle, waa must graduate from tho Hickman Clark will preach at both tho morn-In- in town yesterday. Ho 1b an undo High School. nnd evening hour. Quarterly con of the two TlptonvUle young ladles ference will bo hold at Uio same places on whom an attempted assault was Officers of the mado Saturday night. Tho negroes Monday ovtnlng. II E. Curlln for cut flowers. church aro especially requested to bo wero lynched by a mob Tuesday night present. after being taken away from the sherDob Ruchannn arrived In Hlclcman iff and his deputies. Will Draw Jury Monday. from Mobllo first of Uio week to visit his undo, H. Buchanan, and old The Best By Glsh. Hickman friends. Tho Jury wheel will opened for Uio Snntiimhor term of tho Fulton Cir ! cuit Court by Uio presiding Judgo Monday mortilng, and tho sheriff ana hi denuUcs will summons them in Uio afternoon to bo nt tho court house on Tuesday morning. At eacn term of court Uio wheel Is opened to are like cheap eggs. You can never get Jurymen for Uio next torm, but Jury wheel was lost tell what you are getting until put to use tho key to Uio at Uio May term and the, wheel could and then there's probably more harm than not bo opened according to law until good done. Why not be sure of everything this torm. ConsoquonUy there havo drug store been no Juries summoned. you get by going to a first-clas- s E Quarterly Meeting. 1 i y a. r Cheap Medicines Wo are not led to perform this ceremony nnd we shall hate nothing to do with It." replied the pastor Undaunted by the rebuff, Mrs. Plum strodo Into the water and madr straight for the cross well out In tho current Defore ahe could reach It sbo was awept off her feet and waa quickly atruggllng for her life. Of all the thousands who saw her, Gilbert Porch saw that sho was really drowning, nnd Jumping Into a launch, managed to get her ashore, where aha waa reauacltatad. Come Hear the Edison trial. or let ua send you one on &. All orders for flowers receive nttcnUon. II. E. CURL1N. Ellison Brothers Tho LATEST and BEST In BalUor Dodds window By Glsh. at once and be on the safe side. We make no claims for being a cheap store but claim every advantage in the quality line. vnTT win mlsa tho opportunity to got tho BEST, photos, when GISH HELM & ELLISON 3k i goes South. J rl 1- jt-- w. iaahaMaHSasl Good Bunch of Oolts. A Glance at the Past. This Is One Of Over 50 New Style Ideas issued by America's biggest tailoring house, the INTERNATIONAL TAILORING CO. of New York and Chicago It would be well to call and look them all over before you decide on your new clothes. You will be delighted with them. It would be well also to see the mar velous display of all wool fabrics, and compare the prices with others. Remember Internationa C I o t h e s are mado only to your own measure and they must be right before you wear them. Otherwise you needn't take There waa quite an Interest taken Koper's colt show Monday. From the looks of tho numbor of buggies nnd hordes hitohed about tho premise It looked .more like an old lima barbecue than a colt show. A greater number of fine colta was probab-I- ) never seen together at one time before, there boitig 82 colts shown, and a number there that wore not shuwii. The premium awarded are as follows: Aristocrat,, first, Horry ThrelUld, second, W. J. .Maddox; Oscvola, first, K. Q. Maddox, socond, Ltv Uoso, Mohawk, first, S. L. Roys- tor, second, Geo. Threlkold; Blaak Boy, first, Marion Houeyout, second, Al Brevard. in A Now York. In this day of great mechanical achievement about all the children of this generation know of the ea-l- y day sewing machines, bed warmers, household looms and other like necessities of our grandfathers must be gained from old photographs and the prlntod pnge To the past, however, these Indentions were fully ns notable nnd Important as the mod em oues of our day In an uccompanjtng cut Is shown a chnln stitch, sewing machine of about a hnlf century ogo The first real sewing machine me used in sowing cloth, was Invented about seventy The Directors of The Peoples Bank MIHWIMI IIWIIIMMIWWMMSWaW BSUHBSHSBBBBBBBBBUBaaBHeaUBSSaaSSIBBSaBSSSMBBlBB Hickman, Ky. ' nice showing of potted plants H. P. JOHNSON. Cnycc, Ky. ROY SHAW, Poplar Grove J. R. LUTEN. Mud Creek J. F. GLOVER, Woodlnnd Mills J. A. TOWNSEND, Montgomery T. A. PRATHER, State Line V. S. ELLISON, at II K. Curliu't). City We're Not So Bad, j, eT jJeosBaeswsaossxasjfsJpJafoTsBli, A. O. CARUTHERS. B. C. HALE, City VmTI City Its officers are: A. O. CARUTHERS, President B. G. HALE. Vice President C P. SHUMATE, Gtshicr Your patronage is respectfully solicited. them. MILLET & ALEXANDER After nearly 100 jears it has been discovered that jthe inaln lino between tho States of Missouri and Arkansas 36 degrees, 30 minutes north latitude Is not straight and it is suggested that tho surveyors made a mis take and the error should now bo corrected. That would give Arkansas the counties of I'emlscot aud Dunklin and a strip off the south end of Nest. Madrid county, including Portageville aid Point Pleasant. Our readers and friends will confer i favor if they will send the Courier Information of arrival and departure of themselves or any other matter When of Interest for publication. you are In town come in and tell us any Item of sews that has happened ia your neighborhood. We will be very glad to have It. What queer formations tho shifting &vnds of politics bring about. Near- ly ever' man who ran on tho tiokot with Beckham when ho was a candidate for the United States Donate, and most of tho time servers, who enjoyed the patronage he dispensed as governor, are now in tho alliance against him; and lieckham, defeated because of his relations to these samo time sen ors, is allied with the orusadors who would restore Democracy to its pristine purity. J. T. Stophona and wife left Mon-Dodds' again this season, day night to attend the Postmasters' Meeting in Louisville and the State & Fair. P. C. Ward wont to Louisville Monday Right to attend the State Fair. Ho was accompanied by his son. Miss Ldlllan Choate loft Monday Mose, who will enter a Louisville night for Randolph-Maco- n College, in sohool. Virginia, where she will spent the year. Our 20c coffee Is a world-beate- r try It. Betters orth & Prather. Halley Kistner returned Sunday Will Holm and wife wont to St. from a month's visit with Mrs. Harry Louis Monday night Foltz in St. Louis. Astora In all colors, 7Bc. Tho pretTlio Fulton Circuit Court docket for tiest flower of tho season. Frankye the September term Is tho largest for Hold. many years. - Hickman was ery properly consld ered in the district of the recent nlghtridor txoublos. Now the public Is beginning to learn that newspaper re)orts were greatly exaggerated Rev. W. L. NorrU, of Momphis. who held a meeting In the very heart of the night ridor district has this to say: While Uio rovhal In Memphis is bearing fruit, It Is hardly more successful than that In whloh Garrett Johnson, condemned In the courts to be hanged ns a night rider, went to the altar of a little church called An Uoch, in tho Reolfoot district, aud of fered himself for prayer. Mr. Norrls says he was noNor bet' tor treated In his life than ho was by tho very people who are considered by the outside world as sootal Impossibilities "I was so woll treat ed," said the evangelhtt, that I am resolved to go back there In the hunting koosoo and shoot ducks. "A stranger who goes to the Reel foot district today will find that he was either mistaken about conditions there or that thore has been a re markable change there since ho form ed those opinions. The people are humlllatod by tho faot that they, are considered hardly civilized, and they are doing what they can to correct or wlpo out old Impressions. "Wbilo I think a real estate In vestment In any part of tho South would be a good Investment, I know of my own knowiedgo that certain loan companies have refuwd to ac cept real estate near tho lake bo cause of Its traditions. Tho none too savory history of this people is a fl nanoial consideration of tho wrong trort, and the people recognize It. "At Antiooh church I gained nlno pounds in twunty days and never felt bettor In my life." 8ewlnfl Machine of Kitty Years Ago, eara ago and like so many other In ventlons. It was an American product s of a century More than before that there was a machine patented In England for use to sewing embroidery, and In 1770 an improved ma chine for the same purpose, followed by another for sewing leather gloves Still others performed crochet work, but none was really Intended for the work of the sewing machine which came yet later. Ellas Howe set the ball rolling In 1S4 when he took out his patent for the needlo with tho eye In the point nnd tho shuttle for uniting two edge in a seam, the stitch being made by Interlocking two threads iJke no many Inventors of that tire he bad much difficulty In enlisting the necessary eapUal to place it on the market. Hut In the Introduction or it the attention of scores of inventor was turned towards the usefulness and necessity for s.ewtng machines, and patents by the hundred subsequently wore secured. The plow has . more ancient his tory than any of the articles mentioned While the one shown In the Illustration goes back nearly a century and a half, the Oral plows date back to the dnys before Christ In fact, the very earliest records speak of the plow. On some of the monuments of Egypt a plow made from the limb of a tree la shown In Palestine, three sticks arranged to support each other were long used, one of them being sharpened to a wedge This same typo of plow Is used today In Ecuador In some "nuntrles camels are used to draw practically the same kind of three-quarter- Jim ltlHHHilMi MMl Mix Irfftt tho fm thiy Ktolda and Miss Clauds If aw had Mot) Rat! CHstt IUmhI, or Pulti for strolls; fis I U.OM Hwy wmiM have rtarml Mm to Bund?. ant flvvii him a Lhnxigti ticket to Jerry Tfcrolkold and wif.. modffoU, Ma., KrMny. after , Msm Ora of Bolta . Mo., u I tarry TbrotdfcoM and wtf Hrtosqr to ua obmsjo arrive! JwMmh CeM aNdw it.. of Um MWosct Doportaftwert at IMUer PMr rtssn wwek. WoottowUy aftoraooo fro S le ft. The COimiHIl for the news prvarher In Ht Ioul wirtrnrml to Ibrw yroxe V h 4 1st Wok) Bet-kot- Ur osmn- - of awr vtoHor. MIsm Mftto Wto- er, of aorg4owM. Ky. A fnsM mm gavw lew ream wa oarwoit. Coax's ftsjwors aro ytMnuii. porftMt " aOfttlM ftltod trvMtUr. Pro nig Rkl "PL Pi y plow. In the early part of the eighteenth century in Europe progress began to be made in the construction of plows, the first one coming from Holland to England, where deep tillage was be ing practised. A Scotchman waa next Til IMV TAFT EYES President NEW STATES Conttl-tutlon- t. to Speak Word of Warn- ing te Makers of m oil a.', fa if. A Plow Made 150 Yeare Ago. 111 ,Mair We've Been ""Ki Y- Fussy in selecting our Autumn cravats so fussy you could pick with your eyes shut and be sure of get- - 2 ting desirable ones. 1 i Hear about it? Fashion favors reds, Persians and browns. We've all three in abundance. Tired of the sameness and tameness of plain patterns ? Then look at the Persians by all means. Rich and rare silks from the Orient in fantastic designs and bewitching color harmonies. The largest line ever brought to Hickman. Slickest picking now. 25c and 50c Bradley & Par ham o -- : to improve on the plow, It Is said. and In 1715 a patent was taken out In England for a castiron plowshare. La ter still came the case hardening or chilling. Among those In the United 8tates who contributed to the development of HELD GUILTY OF MURDER the plow were Thomas Jefferson and Daniel Webster. Webster, It will be Jamca Humphrey le Convicted at recalled, took a great Interest In things agricultural and often went Into the Trenton, Mo., of Slaying fields of his own farm and held the Enemy In Feud. plow handles behind yokes of oxen Although better plows were then Trenton, Mo., Sept 13. After deliberating 32 hours, the jury found available, In slavery days In some porplow tions of the south James Humphrey guilty of the mur- a blade shaped nota unliko comprising der of James Hatcher January last was attachod to the end of aa flatiron sort of Humphrew was sentenced to 20 years tongue, At the othor end of this (n the penitentiary. tongue was a cross-sticwhich Hatcher's murder was the result of be used by two men In drawing could It Bea uelgborhood feud. He was shot ten cause of the sandy soil the work was times. not particularly laborious. The plow shown in the accompanying out has no Iron in It except tho Hickman la sending good crowds plowshare and the bolt pinning It. The to tho Union City Fair. framework is all fastened with wooden pegs. This rello Is owned today la Houseville, N. Y. Will Henry, tho negro who several thofta and hold-up- s in False Teeth Nip a Bather. the neighborhood of Jordan and Day-c- o Wlldwood, N. J. Howard L. Strlck-ler- , about a month ago, was caught manager of the Wlldwood Crest Tucbday at Humboldt, Term. Deputy office of Raker Bros., tho founders of Sheriff Qoalder eiil after him yes this resort, had a pooullar experience terday and ho Is now1 bohlnd tho bars while bathing in the surf. He felt Another negro oporatod with him In something biting his foot, thought It was a crab, but upon Investigation his crimes, but ho has not been found Imbedded In his foot a set of false teeth that hnd been lost by n lady cottager who bad sneezed while Clarence Henry, of Rico's Shoo bathing In the ocean. Tho teeth were later returned to their owrjer Store, is on the sick list this week. Forget to do any one an Injury, bat When la need of fire Insurance, remember to do every one a kindness. I see Ascker Keaaedy, k Beverly, Mm, Sept. 13. When the proper time comes Preildent Taftwlll have something to say about the constitution! of Arizona and New Mexico, the new states which his Insistence has made full members of the Union. Advice was recently given by Colonel Roosevelt to the people of tao new states to leave a loephelo for the amendment of their constitutions. Whether President Taft agrees with this sentiment Is not known. He has adoited a policy of wise alienee regarding tho declarations of the former president ' 'IJ vH 1 uk (SI The Royal Tailors Made-to-Measu- re Garments n tre- 'T'HIS seasons Royal Fashion Plates have created mendous enthusiasm among our dressers. The styles, the lines, the art work, the reality and human interest in these plates have been pronounced everywhere as the greatest achievement in fashion art. Conservative clothes, with just a dash of red blood and ginger in themclothes of clean cut lines, of refinement and quietness, are all the rage this year. I have a large showing of samples, md one hnndrcd large swatches, yard to the piece, from which you can draw a cotiect idea of just how your suit will look after it is made to your individual measure. You have a cordial invitation to come in and look through the styles and samples, whether you wish to purchase or not. all-wool 1 -2 H. E. CURLIN