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THE HieKMAN COURIER The Courier has a Spankin' Good Team, Grease the Rxles of Your Wagon, 9 A BLUE MARK HERB tneana that your ub. ncrlptlon has eiptrvil Ilnew promptly If you want the pnper to come to yon after thli month fldvertislnq is the Team that hulls the Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Success. 0I.Dl.8T PAPKR IN WEBTEKN KENTDOKT Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up WHOLE HO. EBTABLIBBED IN THE volume m no.ua HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1910. 2081 1HBI) TEAR BsmmssifmmmQmtMi Basis of Prosperity. Lord Hacon Bald, "Tlioro bo threo things which make a nation great ntid prosperous: A fcrtllo ho!!, busy workshops and easy transportation of men and goods from place to placed' Some clUes Iinvo ono of Uioso advantages, soino another and some more tlinn ono, some loss; ono city has Uiom all but one Hickman, Hickman Is surrounded by tho most fertile soil In the United States, m workshops nru as busy ns can bo and now It Is Umo to get "easy transportation of nien nnd goods from placo to plaoo." ljy getting Uie two now railroads and tho new boat lino Uiore will bo ousyitrnnHportaUon of men and goods In and out of this town and Uio next thing to havo Is onsy transportation of men und goods In Uio territory which Is tributary to Hickman und this require good roads. Good roads In Pulton county mean more than prosperity for Hickman nnd tho surrounding country. It causer a high class of farmers to emigrate nnd settle down In a country because Uioy can farm in n rich country and move about quickly and at a small expense in their vehicles and nutomoblles and do business In an uptodato manner. This movement wilt cause an enormous growUi In Hickman and make a city out of a town In a decade. Good roads aro easily obtained by of tho town ncopla and, fanners and an organisation for good roads means ovoryUiIng for a community. It builds up tho country and enhances Uio valuo of Uio land and stlinulnUu trade Immensely. Dont wait. ell. Tyler Praises Ladies, Marriage Licenses Addressed the Jury, A man who hod never been In tho cAnnouncement of Interest,. On next Saturday, October the first, the HICKMAN BANK will nddn Savings Department to their regular banking business, and will pay interest on nil Savings nnaSTime deposits. All interest will be compounded or paid EVERY FOUR MONTHS, nt the option of the depositor. This bank was organized in 1886 and has been constantly at the service of the people of Hickman and surrounding country for OVER TWENTY-FOUYEARS, making it the old-cbank in Fulton County, as well as one of the oldest in Western Kentucky. R at Tho Judge was then mora explicit and said, "Speak to Uio Jury, sir, thomen behind you on iho bonches." Ed Dyora and Nelllo Dixon. They nro talking of running Joo Tho witness turned around, bowed Blackburn for Uio Legislature in awkwardly and said, "Good morning, Woolford county. As "Old Joo" servBettor goods for Uio same money gontlomon." ed about 40 years In Congress and at E. It Ellison's Cash Store. came out a poor man, wo bellovo ho Tho samo gods for less money at could be trusted even In Uio KenE. It Elllsou's Cash Store. tucky Ixsgislaturo. Eat at Andy's. r. The following were granted II ease Confederate Veterans of Fulton county held n nt Fulton Fri- to marry in Obion county last veek: day. In a write-u- p of Uio affair, Uio Alfred Mooru and Dcrtio Albright Leader says': W. C. Cloar and HatUo May Tate. Oon. II. A. Tyler, of Hickman, mad Tom Dyor and Maggie Mlges. the response. Ho grow eloquent with E. Calhoun awl Audroy McClanaha praise of tho noble womanhood of L. D. Wllklns and Jennie Adklns. Ui South and said that without Uiclr T. D. I'owitt and Delia Ooopor. loving cheer and Invaluable assistW. Hawkins and Amnio Calhoun. ance Uie war would hnvo ended fully Oinur McILoo and MyrUc Frazler. a year sooner than It did. Emmett Purvis and Ilertha Hampol A. F. Vampool and Owen Holdeu. Will Gray and Maggie Turner. ,Now goods coming often now at E. J. M. Belcher and Florence LaU-meIt Ellison's Cash Store. n court before In his life, was recenUy called as a witness In a court In Southern Indiana. On being sworn ho took a position wlUi his back to tho Jury nnd began telling his story to Uie Judge, who courteously said. "Address your remarks to tho Jury, sir." Tlio witness paused for a moment, what was said to him, remained in tho same but not comprehending P081UOT1. f1 v I JZimmm m - 1 r On their past record of liberally conscrva- live banking methods, together with the ADDI- - ! 5h , TIONAL security of over $120,000.00, W Sfc S& 5 Capital, Surplus and Stockholders liability, this bank invites your banking business, assuring you the same courteous treatment and careful consideration of your interest which has been- their custom in the past. R. T. TYLER. Prcst. REED. Cashier JNO. PYLE, Ass't Cashier W. Paint your house. the best paint on the market I W. A. DODDS. Sensible Nonsense, Tho following lias boon going tho rounds of .Kentucky press: An Iowa editor who attended a party, was smitten wlUi Uio charms of a fair damsel Who woro a roso on her foruhoad and thus gushed about It: Abovo her noso Thcro Is a roso; Dolow Uio roso Thoro Is a noso; Ho.se, uose, Noso, roso, Swoot roso, Dear noso. Dolow her chin C mmrrsmms&Jmsrims&tf. Money in Poultry. Tlio Kentucky Iran nkM pays. Mrs W O. Andorsou, of near thU f it jr. hait 70 brown legliorn bans that li:to laid slnoo March J, considerably ir 310 eggs. ThU In equivalent 'o 70 down, Uie actual number Wli.th Mn. Anderson lint sold up to y'x Sho rvcolved on average of 2c jkt dozen for Uio eggs, or 64. ThU la over and abovo whatever number thty liavo used themselves. The preaent valuo of Uio flock considered, wo II wngcr Mrs. Anderson will clear moro money during tho year than tho old man" will on ton acres of corn, Wear shoes with built into them foot-comfort There is a pin; Abovo Uio pin Thoro Is a chin. Pin, chin. Chin, pin, Sweet pin, Dear Whereupon clUn. Uius SS l Copjrri(ht Hart Schitl'ncr te Marx v a rival editor Uio Iowa chap: &,u No. m h. X A l'onltry A. pay. U bolus poUUou olroulated for now the pardon of T. S. Anderson, nerving u Eddyvlllo falsely iu bank, Uio bontencu of 18 months at penltanUary for swearing to Uio condition of his buvlesu County Hank & Trust Co., in his reports to Uio Secretary of SUilo. Ho was tried at Henderson In Jnnuufy aud sentenced to eighteen monUis confinement In the lKjnltenUary. Tho firm of Scat & Leggato haa boon dissolved, Mr. Seat disposing of his Intorcat to Mr. Leggato. All persons lndobtod to tho firm will ploaso call and sotUo tholr account SEAT & LUaQATB. Keop up wlUi your ol views and bettor onos nnd bo ulwnyu thorn. tho wagon. Change nnd habits for now when you find Uiom on tho lookout for Crossett -- Abovo tho stool Tlioro la a fool; Dolow tho fool Thoro Is a stool. Stool, fool, Tool, stool, Old stool, Damphool. Dolow his scat Tlioro are two foot; Abovo thoao feet, Thoro Is a scat may expect to find here the richest YOU of new fabrics you've ever seen for men clothes. The new browns and grays are fine; beautiful; and we'll fit you. MAKES IJFgS Shoe top-S- hort Seat feet root. Boat . Soft scat, Dig foot FOR SALE: 2 flno young boars and 2 flno young buck ahoop. M. A. 3p MoDANlEL. Mrs. J. M. Durgoyno returned to hor homo in Now York, Friday, aftor a visit with Mrs. C. C. SinlUi nnd Mrs. Alice Amberg. Rev. W. II. Mathls, of Wnvcrly, Totin., will fill tho pulpit at tho Uap-tls- t church In this city noxt Sunday morning and ovoniug. It Is propablo Uiat ho will bo employed as regular IKiator. WALK EASY" Hart Schaffner & Marx and tailored right, and clothes are their name is a sign of correct style. all-wool young man's THE the season. Glove shoe ofthenewCrossetts. vamp-H- igh heel-E- xtra One of the most popular heavy stitching Seven buttons and this is a button season. Distinctiveness is the keynote of all the new Crossett models. North Ablnglon. Suits $20 to $25 Overcoats $16.50 to $25 Other reliable makes $10 to $18 This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes $4 to $6 everywhere. Lewli A. Crouett, Inc., Maker, M"' Remombor wo hnvo moved tempo- rarily Into tho Harry building. Plumbing & TlnuluK, Smith & Amberg It Hickman needs a commercial club. If Uio older sot will not tako hold of Iho maUor, tho young business men should do so, Tho town needs a boosters' organization and must have SMITH & AMBERG 11 J - SI '"' k4,,. AjgA . ffiERinMCL:::. 2 Au. ...4 iMjfitJmM- ww ,tJwW.m&i?ji& MtaM ' f , j. u Made in Syracuse. The Fall Fashions in Men's Clothing r has created Whntcvcr the genius of the clothes-worlfor men's use this Fnll nnd Winter, is given fullest possible expression in our nnnunl display now ready. While it is true that development goes hand in hand with each new season, we believe that the work of the master tailors for this seoson is for beyond anything they have ever essayed. And it will prove a surprise and n delight to take half an hour from your business appointments and simply wander through our establishment looking ot the variety of styles nnd forms that wc have collected for your d benefit. HATS, NECKWEAR UNDERWEAR, HALF-HOS- E AND OTHER FURNISHINGS There It alio a complete showing ef the smaller details o( Men's Wear In the correct Fashions (or Fall at prices that are Interesting. Notably in the clothes collection is the product of W. S. Peck & Co., who may decisively lay claim to more advanced originality and exclusive fashioning than any other firm in this country. They rightfully believe that dignity and refinement arc invariably closely associated in men's clothes, and they have brought out these strong points in a manner that reflects credit on their entire organization. This announcement necessarily will oppeal to men of all ages, likewise they will appeal most strongly to men who have sought in vain for the kind of clothes they want. Wc cordially invite the entire public to visit us nt convenience, for wc hove much to show them that will interest. . f ilHHL Iff BALTZER & DODDS lNCOnrOJUTHD $3132,72 ment with tho Judge of the Police 180.50 Taxes collected To amt reed. II. C. Helm 61.75 Court of Hickman, whore It shall be by J. Wright To amt. reed Tom Dillon fines 61.75 Fines collected M Council Proceedings kept as a part of the record of said " Tom Dillon taxes 2252.00 I hold treasurers receipt for tho " court. If sold statement shall disclose the name of the owner of wild Tom Dillon, 8r. $3311.40 animal. tho Judge of nasi court shall Hickman, Ky., Sept. 5, 1310. By checks- - paid during Aug 1207.83 On motion the foregoing reports Issue a summon against wild ownCouncil met In regular session. were received, ordered spread upon er commanding him to appear In raid Present Mayor Dillon, Councilman Bal to credit this account ..$2103.52 the records, published and filed. court at a time fixed In said sumIslcr, Hale, Powell and Shumate. Application of J. P. LeBguto for mons, and show cause. If any ho can Water S. Light Bond Acct. The following accounts were preloan of $900 out of the Water & animal shall not be sold to sented, properly appro ed and on mo- To bal. per July report ....$1153.88 Light Bond Account considered and why said satisfy Uio charges and fees of the To amt. reed. Hickman Bank 175.00 Istion allowed and checks ordered To arat. reed P. & M. Bank 70.00 ordered made provided security is officer taking up said animal anil tho sued for amounts: " Tom Dillon Uses 1280.72 satisfactorycost of tho proceedings and Uio Tom Dillon, Sr., was on motion au keening of said animal nnd tho cost Tom Dillon Sr., street work;. $12.45 $2079.60 thoriied to collect taxes for thn bal- of advertising :md soiling same. If Hickman Concrete Co., concrete 390.00 ance of tho year. $439.76 By Int. paid on bonds work tho snld statement filed shall state On motion J. II. Wright was noml-nrt- d tluit the name of owner of said ani W. A. Dodds., mdse $2.80 nnd olected to fill tho unex-- p mal is uw":nown or Uint ho is ab Hickman Tin & Plumbing Co., la- Bal. to credit this account ..$2289.60 n J term of City Marshal, vacancy sent from Fulton, county, Ky. tho $29.20 bor and material City Hall Account. caused by the deaUi of Tom Dillon, Court shall mako a Warning order on J. A. Noonon, Jailer, dieting prisreport. ...$440.87 Jr. $72.70 To ovordraft July oners said statement, warning the owner lo chocks paid during Aug.. 443.34 On motion the ordinances Introduc- of snld animnl to appear In said lleport of City Treasurer for Aug. ed at the last regular meeting were court wltliln five days after Uiat 1010: $884.21 deferred until noxt rogular meeting. To amt. ovordrawn date and show cause. If any ho oan. eeneral Fund Account. W. C. Johnson, City Treas. The following ordlnnnco wan In- why mild animal should not be sold To bal per July report $449.05 and on motion order- to satisfy tho costs, feo and charges To amt. rdtd. F. & M. Bank. . 105.00 Tne following report was made by troduced, read ed spread upon tho records, publish- of taking up, keeping and selling said To amt. reed. Hickman Bank. 2C2.50 Tom Dillon. Sr., for Aug. 1910: ed and filed and lay ovor until noxt animal ami Uio costs of tho proceed regular mooting. Said ordinance la ing, and Oio Court shall appoint a in words and figures as follows, v- regular iiractlclag nttornoy In said Court to defond for such absent or unknown owner, and Issuo a sum to Prevent Stock An Ordinance mons ngnlnst such unknown or Stock from Running at Large Within owner of said animal with a deKy. the City of Hickman, scription of sumo, which shall be Tho City Council of tho City ot served by tho Marshal posting a copy Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows: of name In somo public plnco In the ' That no horse, cow, hog, uheop or Oily of Hickman. goat or cattle or stock of any kind Whon Uio ownor of suoh stock has 1 shall bo pormlttcd to go at large up- boon duly summoned or warned as , on the Btreots, alloys, or unlnclosed horoln prottdod, tho Court shall pro M lots of ground In tho City of HloU-ma- ceed to a Judgment and detonnlne Ky. Should an animal of any whether or not there has been a vlo Nothing appeals more strongly to the bride. such kind bo found going nt largo In laUon of tho ordlnanco by said ani lolatlon of this ordinance, tho same mal or stock having been at largo Nothing gives the new home a more luxumay bo taken up by tho Marshal or within the City of Hlckmnn, Ky., and rious touch. any Police or othor person appointed if It is decided that said ordlnnnco i: by tho Marshal or Chlaf of PoIIco or has beon violated by such stock or And then we have everything in the gold t,:j employed by tho Council and taken animal then tho Court shall render to somo placo provided by tho city a Judgmont that said animal or stock silver line. be sold and the proceeds applied to rH M for tho confinement of such animals, satisfy the cost, foes and charges of and thoro kept until released by law 'i or tinder Uio provisions of this or-d- d taking up, keeping and selling said animal and tho proceedings. Tho said mice. p. SEC. 2. Tho officer taking up palo shall 1k umdo by tho City Mar-HlrM or by tho 8tock Marshal or tho tho prccecdlng section under shall forthwith mako n statement of Pound Master if thoro Is ono, to tho tho fact in writing undor oath, giv- highest bidder for cash, after advering a gonoral description of said ani- tising for threo da8 at leadt, tho mal as to kind, age and marks or time, placo and terms of salo and r brands, if any, and tho name of tho tho animal or stock to bo sold by owner, if known, and if not known, written notices posted up In ono or -he Khali so state, as4 file said state more public places In the city. The fr - fr.-- .i;ji. D. G. CO. Heard officers iHftlring jJ - L F: to-w- it: 3 A WEDDING PRESENT Don't Know? Try Cut Glass nb-hei- rt o H I 4 CALL AND SEE THEM any-anim- I 1 SCIILENKEB uu rvrr r; H u u - r The Jeweler . Ji ( pfxWa a! shall make and after tho reori payment cot fe and raara es of the pnxxiodluKH.. shall iay the vjh nit: oiruuis Uilaiicti. If any, over to tho City IIiII Treasurer to bo held by aim subject -- - I t I I I ) I I MM f to the order of the owNr. tml It Uto Cordon Jure-- , of Hilton, was owner of ald animal or Mock has MoiMlay uctMaNy eiuuHUHted. no safe not Will It cohm to bootlPKliwc peanu' of (Mich animal shall fee wade utrtil aotlee of such sale has been publish- aad hatrsT ed In home newspaper publMiod In John Hbsmh spent a fewdnr at Hickman. Ky.. nt least three days o-ani- hmftu UtU before suoh sale, deserlltlag the mal to be sold. V. II. Mcftrheo. of Oiyrc, spent 8UC. 3 If the ownor of the ani- Sunday Ir Hickman mal taken up na provided In the proYou will be surprised nt the In ceeding section shnll appear before sale Goods barRBlni at K. It. Hlllson tho Court at any time before the Cash Store. as provided for In the las seetlon up .1 I). IMggnrt and wife, of Union ami pay till charges for the taking Impounding and keeping such animal Oky. rleMed their .liiutUiKr. Mrs II or stock and all tho eosts the rourt llarnes, Sunday. slmll order the restoraUon of hucIi The Ixm t patlwrn lullos Home nnlnuil lo tho owner. Journal 10 and lie stylo book freo SHC. 4. Thu officer taklug up any t n. It. HMIson'n Cosh Store. nnimal or stock undur the proceeding sections shnll bo allowed Ills fees IDIBS winter suits nnd skirts and coats (o be paid and collected oleanod and pressed with eurosails-faatloguoronteud-Sohinldl, only out of tho proceeds of the snlo Uio tailof such animnl, and then shall bo or. taxed as costs In each case, the folMm. S. It, Dodds nuondntl tho wod-dinlowing fees: To the officer taking of Miss Duiionu In IaiiiIsvIIIo up suoh animal 10 conts for such aniday last wtik. nnd visited Uiere n fow mal, und 50 cents per head enah for keeping snld animal while Im- days. pounded Snld officer may boforo filC. H. Moore rocoived a telegram ing tho statement undor Section No. Sunday stating that his brothor In2, permit tho ownor to take said law, a Mr. Johnson, residing In Uinh stock or animal upon payment of his had died suddenly. fees then accrued. IUjv. W. 0. Stockton will go to SHC. C. Whoever shall unlawfully Kenton, Tonn., Sumlny, to fill his molest or prevent any officer from regular appointment, nnd thoro will taking up and impounding any such bo no Horvlcos nt tho Presbyterian animal or shnll open tho enclosure In Church In Hlckmun. which any such animal is Impounded purpose of releasing such anifor tho Lovl Heath, of near town, wns callmal shall bo fined not less than $5 ed to Newborn, Tonn., Sunday, Me nor more than $20 for cnoh offense. sister, Mrs. Prltchett, who had biHn SIJC. 6. So much of any ordlnnnco visiting hero, hnd Just reached her now oxisting in conflict with this or- homo (own and was getting off tho dlnnnco is hereby repealed. train when she foil and broko her SEC. 7. TJils ordlnnnco shall bo In log. force from and after its passngu and Junlo Taylor was arrested Monday publication. by Slut Iff Johnson on a chnrga ot On motion Council adjourned. malicious cutting. His victim was x Attest: II. C. Holm, City Clerk. yoting Mr. Smith, who worked for the Mongol Box Co. The fight occurred Havo you ever figured how much near tho factory and Smith was seryou could save by having Schmidt, iously cut, but is not thought to bo Taylor tho Tailor, mako your clothes. Come In a dangerous condition. waa locked up, up and let us take your measure. kl to Um of Q oemi. tmLi I k 1 tn or Ration F,LKS , Zm HOW LIVING Kuiion county will ,.,, l iwwi limn ,, , e.ilmriMHrlii UiU .. ti.n of haiitueky I HO. UU VOLUME til 1BT TAPr.R IN WESTERN KEJ.TU0KT ''"L THE HieKMAN eOURIER. up the The Hickman Courier From Mow Until Jan. 1, 1911, Only 25c. Section ' TWm". too m. l i A BLUE MARK HERE mtana tlint your nub' crlptlou lift iplred Renew promptlr II you want tbe puper lo oonio to you after ttili month Up H" Dt Success.' The Courier has a Spankln' Good' Team.' Grease the Rxles at Your Wagon' Old Man, and Let's Hitch WHOLE NO. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1910. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR lHfSO aiJQl AFTER SUFFERING FOR YEARS Cured by Lydia E. i, Facts About Alaska. u ih not tliuir koihI fortuno for many IIIckiHanllMi u Uj visit (Ul Of "llncld SMHl'ri" lIoiHHllM tH',U ly Alak. our fatwwa? north rn ixjh to. For (an or tlio wbxj hwt wr t to aiiend tli HUHiiiif"-- or any other HKMOr lbro. w give Um followlnp brtif tlaooriiiUoa: P1 gt bnt School Shoes Diamond Brand school shoes bine comfort, fit and style. com- - & gj WimiW MMk lina tlt liapld. Minn. "I wtmalck for Hottl through the I'lmiiK'u in 1.110 mm wai lianlly nblo to Im arouiuL After ink- -- t70 IllHMla IrIaikU only tin rnlnaa In thmtt rwiiMra years wiiiio maslng Stntrm til Mcnw T9 KrfAl-worW. llaa tan.tto at mtlaa 183.045. Ifl They are made over special lasts that insure the utmost comfort to little reec. ftabtHK wittara the Gor- P-C'M- " i w 111 IT RlX Vl pound I pained ao pound a. nm now able to do my own VuKutnhlo l.VllaK.l'lnklwm'a iKlttllM llf Com- - la owr twloe tb man ItM'tlr. la rmrtyKi Uhm York Htat Ma atae of tbr g jg fej fej J h ata of NVw work mill 1. wo Mum t t 1 "-- Mr. La Doir. Park Itait. wn fel IIi. morr coitixir ArlaoMN, one-fift- h limit Of Mlelttftan When properly fitted, as our men fit them, they give lasting faction. sales-satis- - ami la the atM ri.ni.MlKl it.K' . jiuiirt'ly nervous. l.ytlia l lllH)IIIKl killc, Ohio. "I tO Irmfriikir A iwljrhltor Jt. ltukfiniH'n 1110 mr regular rihI my nervi nro i. liftUT. " .Mr. Jl KixxiMiy, ktillD. (II JO. I t.iM 11 Iluklhim'a VcRotnktfl Coin. , made frniii native rou ami I "v mtlns no narcotic or harm, ImjI.Ii the record r firt. ami y f tin- - ktrgiwt number of actual mm r f. uule IImkim w know of. nml I .ands ur voluntary tMUmmttald .! . i to-tlai AWt I bit TO -. n fik In . I i. t r i Mm. Mxml, ii . la ktnaar Uata nil Uto atatMa north of taa OMo aihl I'otoaMc rlrws and VR- frttf aat of Um MbMlaatptiL fmtnuit(l n trial .' la Um mm tatflua na 8wedan. If )ini until HM't'lalnillciMvrlto llnkliuiii, lyiui,MM., for It. Norway ami Flala nd; has a bottor It H free anil iiIuiivn liltfiil. cllmaio. mm arnbla ground, and la muok Kmor than all thrw of Uicao cotiatrloa. which have a totat populaWant Perry Released. tion of lfi.W.WO. ' ' owtnlnto. Inilntnrmttlon. ill .n!.ititi. jflMllcnlns.lmrknriH, oly 6.7i. Mi-t- ur! i the IMnkiMtn laboratory from women wba tiaro froMi almott HTcry form of aih! imttoim ivrtM.trotl.ui. dlplarmnU,tthro44ltMiHor, 8(Mm jHoitr. Una paid for lUalf tmwity timea oyr In (tab ahino. Waa pHrcaui.l for M0.000, low rAtna two ocmm oh hot. Ilaa lvfltd for Itaalt twenty flvo tHaaa ear la and nllvor. la iraUtawtxl to bn half na much eoal aa all tit UuHod italiw. Ilaa UiRrtMtot eottlo and atuwp rNMtt tNnltar Um Amarioan fkiR. IIm Um atwli ant moNHtatit uiidtn: Uie Ammrimn ffcqt MeKlwUiy. jo.300 fuct Haa 4.7M mlloa of Ranoral coatit llao. tor nittfra Ualtl Statva boa the UnlUnl il Staunch, durable, well-mad- e shoes for little boys and big boys, little girls and big girls at prices that will pleas the parents as much as the shoes please the children. BRADLEY & PARHAM 'NO, NOT A owo it I"r i.. mifTrrliKJ womaniiiklutin'a t I.jrilln K. if bur- - -- Ir. CALAMITY MERELY THE EXODUS OF THE FEVERITES." HAY- - At The Lyric. Fined 1c and Costs. Ono of the most unique verdicts rendered at tho present term of tho circuit court was tho caso of tho City of Hickman vs. C. M. Adams, who last year broke bito the city pound and took Ills cow out of jail. Bos-sl- o was found by Poundmaster Ham-b- y running at largo within tho city limits of Hickman, which is contrary to tho stock law, and was locked up. Mr. Adams did not appro vo of tho action taken by tho city dads creating such a law, and did not proposo to pay tho 75c to got his cow out of pound, but forthwith proceeded to her on his own accord. Ho was cited to appear before tho city court for tho offense. Tho verdict was not satisfactory to him and tho matter was taken to tho circuit court. Tho matter was given another hearing and Mr. Adams was fined lc and costs. Who got tho best of it? ro-lca-so Our Vlllaco Postmaster, Sept, 29, 1910. All partlaa Indabted to tho of SIrw, K. A. Swt, aro notified to pay ma promptly. Thoao having eiattoa will fllo them with mo at CruUibflold. Ky., or V. A. Naylor, eotiMty Jodwa. Illakinnn, Ky., proporly WANTED: Small farm not ftwlbar pramn aa required by law by Oct. 'ban two mlla from lllekman. Will II, 1910, or bo forovor b&rrod. II. N. BRAT, Adair. l ajujt erwli. Courier offloa. petition U being olirakMMi for i. miiwm for tiio puriM of gaUJtm Hi. nMUmco of Pred Jacry. f tfc i..w,T Uiwom, eommirta-I- . wtui huit wcik flamowl to - iuumOm In ibo rttfonn aiool. with porjury. Or norwiHt of wife, un4n4r4l pnrtloa " iiiiiYiitkn la otHnln Ma ratoaM. v I'-r- rjr Final Settlement. trHl kf As Told In tho Hills, Oct 21, 1910. Tempest and Sunshine, Nov. 10. Tho Fighting Parson, Dec. , 1910. iBbmael, dramatized by Alice E. Ivoa from Mrs. Southworth'a novel of tho B&mo ruuno, Dec. 14, 1910. St. Elmo, by Cathorlno Hadley & Co., Loffingwoll's copyrighted version Dec. 19, 1910. Tho Lost Trail, Jan. 7, 1911. Tho Widow Perkins, Fob. C, 1911. Cast Asldo, March 3, 1911. " Truxton King, a millionaire . Mno M r A fine now Uprlfiht Piano for Bale colt, Arlntoarat, for Mia K. Iloao. Stp at a bargain. Soo J. E. Kuqua. 3to mior & A Did You Ever See the Like v In Hickman ? A Comfortable Home with a large lot in G. B. Bond's Subdivision, only $25 down and $10 per month. A nice large lot in G. B. Bond's Subdivision, only $10 down and $5 per month. 1 aon, acs out in search of ad Where belter could he venture. took for stirring events than in aro Craustark, where the age o chivalry yet survives in all its romantic opportunity; where rules Prince Robin, the most precocious boy jnonarch in the realm o iction; where the reds o Europe plot his murder in val-iantlv Painful Injury, These aro by no means all of tho plays tiat will bo at tho Lyric this season, as tho manager will book in dependent companies irom time to Umo In addition, to tho regular contracted bookings. . We Are Almost Giving" Them Away Aren't you ashamed to be paying mysterious underground retreats; where gallant Truxton King and bravo "Uncle Jack" ight for the preservation o the prince and tho love o bcauti' ul princesses; where American oluck and manhood arc pitted against orcign intriguers, and whero honesty and courage are mitfhtlcr than the sword? Read of Prince Robin, son oan Amer ican princess; o Olga Platanova, tho girl with tho dread mission; o Marlanx, tho Iron Count; of John Tullis, the American bulwark Lorainoand odarcdevil Truxton King, and then you will under-elan- d why an American lad is Prince o Graustark and an American author prince o story tellers. Yellow complexion, pimples and disfiguring blemishes on tho faco or body can bo gotten rid of by doctoring tho liver, which Is torpid. HER1 11INE la n powerful liver corroctnnt. It purifies the system, Btlmulatea tho vital organs and puts tho body In Prlco COo. flno vigorous condition. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. oaorcign throne; olovely Cured Rubberneckus. From tho Kalamazoo "Press" wo young lady of Pontlac loam that a was "hurt on hor birthday." Wo supA neighboring preacher whoso con pose this Is oven mora painful than bulng tanned on ono's Vacation, but gregation was In tho hnblt of twisting around to sec tho late comers not quite so bad as being broke tho bad practice by announcon ono's week-end- . ing tho lato arrivals by name: "Horo comes Mr. Smith and daugh FOR SALE CHEAP: On account ter. Ho is wearing tho samo coat of opening up Richmond & Bond's lie wore last winter, and sho bus ono now Duulucsa Subdivision I must of thoso now summer gauze hats must move all of tho following ma- with, a flaming rod rose on top," and terial at once and I will not rofuso then goes on with Ids glowing aca reasonable offer for any of It: 1 count of heaven. offlco safe, bookkeepers desk and stool, roll top desk, 1 largo tablo, 2 small tables, 1 Colo hot blast qtove, 1 stenographer's desk and chair, 5 plain chairs, 1 cabinet, addressograph und names, tator filter, small counter scale, lotter press, mulberry fenco posts, small opon top tank, shovels, forks nud ono small upright boiler. This Is all good stuff and the party needing any of it can got a bargain. RUSSELL) JOHNSON. sun-burne- d I havo a flno Red Durham bull which I stand at $1 cash, with guaranteed service. M. A. McDanlol.22p Judgment day Is at hand. A small circus Is going tho rounds In West ern Kontucky Is said to bo honorably conducted and truthfully adver tised. Courier from now until Jan. 1st, 1911, for 25c. PAINTS OILS Found Here. tVl 1910 Taxes. Pay your 1910 Stnto, County and School Taxes now und savo cost of garnishee or lovy. Meet mo or my deputy at tho following places und pay your 1910 taxes and savo tho extra cost. Cayce Thursday Oct. 6. , Crutchfleld, Friday, Oct. 7. you ever expect to better yourself, see one of us at once. rent?. If you have any ambition; if Ask anyone who has used Warren's Paints and they will tell you it weighs more than any paint in Hickman, and covers more surface. Sold only by me. Do your Fall painting now. DO'IT NOW W. E. BONDURANTor RUSSELL JOHNSON Everything Required for a Building iJ t ifi A J Will bo In Fulton with all tho In Tonnossoo "thoy rotiro a murMonday, conspirator to prlvnto life; In books week commencing. der Congress. Sept. 26, until Saturday, Oct. 1. Kentucky they send him to Ex. ooks at Hickman all other days except those mentioned above. Cypress Shingles. $1 a thousand mill. Yatos & Kirk Shingle Co, w. A. DODDS RTSSS ii at 60ALDER JOHNSON, Sheriff Fulton Co. 'wiirf.;t3.. jrm i TRUXTON KING (w) jjS ttawry " (GratMlk Company MY GEORGE BARJR McCUTHEON Copyright, 1009. by Gcortfe Darr McCutcheon Copyrltfhr. 1009, by Dodd, Mead little chap. Cot American blood lu him, you see." The old man retired to the rear of the shop nnd called out to some one upstairs. A woman's voice answered. "My niece will keep shop. Mr, while I am out," Spantz explained. They paused near the door until the old man's niece appeared at the back of tbe shop. King's glance became moro or less In the nature of a staro of amazement. A young woman of tho most astounding beauty, attired In the black and red of tbe Graustark middle classes, was slowly approaching from the shadowy recesses at tbe end of the shop. lively thump. Ills heart enjoyed Truxton King, you may be sure, did not precede tbe old man Into tho street. He deliberately removed his lint and waited most politely for age to go before youth. In the meantime blandly gazing upon the face of this amazing niece. will also see that tho man who ride besldo the prince's carriage wheel M n American, while Graustark nettle. tako less exalted places." "An American, eh?" "Yes. Have you uot hoard of John Tullls, the prince's friend? lie. your countryman. Is the real pun or behind On hH deathbed the our throue. prince's father placed hi son in tbl . ! CHAPTER L Tnuxro.v ki.no. vros a tall, raw boned, rany young fellow with a face so tanned by wind and sun you bad the Impression that bid skin would feel like leather If you could affect the Impertinence to tost It by toe sense of touch. Ills clothes lit ted him loosely and yet were graciously devoid of tho bagglness which characterises the appearance of extremely young men whose frames are uot fully set and whose Joints aro still parading through tho last stages of college development. This tall young man in tho panama feat and gray flannels wa Truxton King, embryo globe trotter and searcher after the treasures of romance. Somewhere up near Central park. In oe of tho fashionable cross streets. was the home of his father and his father's father before hltu a homo which Truxton had not seen. In two yean or more. It Is worthy of puss-In- s notice, and that Is all, that bis father was a manufacturer; woro than that, be was something of a power In the financial world. Ills mother was not strictly a social queen In the great metropolis, but she was what we might safely call ope of the first "ladles In waiting," which Is quite good enough for tbe wife of a manufacturer, especially when one records that her husband was a manufacturer of BteL It la also a matter of no little consequence that Truxton's mother was more or less arorse to tho steel business as a herltago for her son-BIt understood here and uow that eho Intended Truxton for the diplomatic serrlce. But neither Truxton's father, who wanted him to be a manufacturing Croesus, nor Truxton's mother, who expected blm to become a social Solomon, appears to baro taken the young man's private Inclinations Into consideration. Young Mr. King believed In romance. He grew up with an ever Increasing bump of imagination, contiguous to which, strange to relate. there was a properly developed bump, of Industry and application; hence It te not surprising that be was willing to go far afield In search of the things that seemed more or less worth while to a young gentleman who bad suffered the 111 fortune to be born In tbe nineteenth century instead of the seventeenth. We com upon him nt last luckily for es we were not actually following blm after two years of wonderful but rather disillusioning adventure In and all Africa. Fie bad seen tbe Kongo and the Euphrates, the Gauges and the Nile, the Yangtsokfaug and the Yenisei; he bad c!lm!ed mountains In Abyssinia, In Slam. In Tibet and Afghanistan; be had fchot big game In more than ono Jungle and had bees afaot at by small brown men In nore than one forest, to say nothing of the little encounters he bad had hi most unoccldcntnl towns and cities. For twenty days ho hod traveled by caravan across the Persian uplands, through ncrnt and Meshhcd and Bokhara, striking off with his guide alone toward the sea of Aral and the eastern shores of the Caspian, thence through the Ural foothills to tho old Roman highway that led down into the sweet green valleys of n Kind so had thought of as nothing morn than the creation of a harebrained flctlonlst Somewhere out In tbe shimmering east he had learned, to bis honest amazement, that there was such a HB seen wero of the lower and middle classes tbo shopkeeper and the shopgirls, the hucksters and tbe fruit venders. What he wanted to know was this: What bad become of tbe royalty and the nobility of Graustark? Where were the princes, tho dukes and the be had to admit, tbe people be bad tfU V 5s) ftSdsit aMBBM ble, the old man, over his huge Across tho square, at one of tbe ta- rauje Agents of tho government were ready to depart for London and PnrH to take up tho matter with the groat banking bouses. St. Petersburg nnd Iterlln were not to be given the oprnmuidty t (!! ble up these extremely tlHe Mviirttleit This seemingly extraordinary exclu slot) of HiiMlmi and Urriiwn lihlder wn the result of lirnln nbject raised by au utter outsider, the American, .lotin TullK lom; tlw frtfd aad companion of Greufall Lorry. uuson to the late prliieess. TulIU was a strange man la ttmt particulars. He was uader forty year of age, but oroti at that raibr Innaa oie t It trire time of llfo ho bad recognized ni a shrewd. ral w financial power In hi InmH rttv York At the very lenllh f nl ! er he suddenly nnd with tUl4b- dl regard for eonsenHeHeea gave up n own business ami jmme m (Jraetftark for rcaMenre. feMwMmc a urawtan made to (ireafall Irry whea the let trr lay dying la a little Inn iwnir -ltn-oel- Our Ferry Service. Hlakman's forr? service on ti Mbtshudppl river Is now tbo very b . Our boats embody ovary element , comfort and safety, with a oanan for taking care of nil business, N dujayaj Isar.chvS couio at i ho evory two hour. Our rule i povlthely tbo same at all Unit, a wttbln the bouuils of reason. Wo .i. In Uio ferry business to stay. lu that reiuou we endeavor to gho ou; patrons the beat to bo had In lu lino all accommodations constate t with good busluoi. Toll your friend t about tho good forry aervlco at l plitco aad ootno hero to croa U rtvwr-- W. A. IIIN8UAW, Prop, Tu phono No. 137. passer s. "fit. (JIT TOU A BUKSnZD TOR IT." DOLLARS raid-Asi- a barons, to say nothing of the femlnlno concomitants to these excellent gentlemen? One dingy little shop In the squaro Interested blm. It was directly opposite tbo Itoyal cafe, with American bar nttacbed, and tho contents of Its grimy little windows presented a peculiarly fascinating Interest to him. They were packed with weapons and firearms of ancient design. Ouco bo ventured Inside tbe little shop. Finding no attendant, be put aside bis suddenly formed Impulse to purchase a mighty broadsword. On several occasions be bad Keen a grim, Blinrp featured old man In tbo doorway of tbe shop, but It was not until after be bad missed tbe Thursday trnln that he made up bis mind to nccost blm and to have tbe broadsword at any price. With this object In view, be Inserted his tall frame Into tho narrow doorway, calling out lustily for attention. "What la It?" demanded a sharp, angry voice at his elbow. He found himself looking Into tbe wizened, parchment-like face of tbe little old man. "That broa- d- Say. you speak English, don't your' "Certainly," snapped the old man. "Why shouldn't 1? 1 can't afford an Interpreter. You'll find plenty of English used hero In Edelweiss sluce tbe Americans nnd British came. They won't learn our language, so we must learn theirs." "What's tbe price of that old sword you have In the window?" "Three hundred gavvos." "What's that In dollars?" It Is "Four hundred and twenty genuine, sir, and SCO years old. Old Trlnco Boris carried It. It's most rare." it, Mr. er" be looked nt the sign on the open door "Mr. Spantz." "I don't want your money. Good day." Truxton King felt his chin In perplexity. "It's too much. I can't afford It," ho said, disappointment In Ids eyes. "I have modern blades of my own make, sir, much cheaper nnd quite as "Ill give you a hundred dollars foi 'k.0 come to It If be traveled long enough and far enough Into the north and west and if ho were not nfrald of tbe hardships that most men a'bhor. The dying spirit of romance flamed up lit fete heart. His blood grew quirk agalu asd eager. He would not go home until he had sought out this land of fair women and sweet tradition. And bo he traversed tho wild and danger-esTartar roads for days and days, like the knights of Scheherazade In the times of old, nnd came at last to the gates of Edelweiss. Not until be sat down to n rare dinner la' tbe historic Hotel ItegengeU was he ablo to realize that he was truly In that fabled, mythical land of Graustark, a quaint, grim little principality In tho most secret pocket of the earth's great mantle. This was tho land of his dreams, tho land of his fancy. He bad not even dared to hope that It actually existed. And now It becomes my deplorable duty to divulge tbo fact that Truxton King, after two full days and nights In the city of Edelweiss, was quite ready to pass on to other fluids, com pletely disillusioned In his own mind and not a Utile disgusted with himself fer having gone to tho trouble to visit the place. Where were the beautiful women fee had read about and dreamed of ever since he left Teheran? On his soul be bad not seen half a dozen women la Edelweiss who were moro feajDaaMblyfalr to look upon,. True s good," ventured tbe excellent Mr. land as Grnustarlc At flrnt he would Spantz. "You make 'cm?" In surprise. Hot believe, but (be English bank In Tbo old man straightened bis bent Weshhed assured him that he would of beer, becaiuo properly grateful. He was willing to repay King for bis lit tle attention by giving him n careful history of Graustark. past, present and future. Tho old man was rambling on. "Tho young prince has lived most of his life in Washington and London and Tarls, sir. He's only seven, sir. Of course you remember the dreadful accident that made him an orphan and put him on the throne with tbe three "wise men of tbe east as regents or governors the train wreck near Brussels, sir. His mother the glorious Princess Yetlve, was killed and bis father. Mr. Lorry, died tho next day from hU Injuries. That. sir. was a most appalling blow to the people of Graustark. There never will be another pair like them. sir. God alone preserved tbe little prince. Tbe collision was from the rear, a broken rail throwing a locomotlrc Into tbe priu cess' coach. This providential escape of tbe young prlnco prescript tbe unbroken line of tbe present royal fam lly." "I say, Mr. Spantz, 1 don't bcllove I've told you that your niece Is a most remarkably beau" "As I was saying, sir," Interrupted Spantz so pointedly that Truxton flushed, "tho little prince Is the Idol of all tho people. Under the present regency be Is obliged to rosldo lu tbe principality until bis fifteenth year, after which be may be permitted to travel abroad." Spantz was eying blm narrowly. "You do not appear Interested In our royal family," be ventured coldly. Truxton hastened to assure him that be was keenly Interested. "Especially to aotv that I appreciate that the little prince Is the last of bis race." "There are three regents, sir, In charge of tbe affairs of state Count Ualfont, tho Duke of Perse and Baron Jasto Dangloss, who is minister of police. Count Halfont Is a grandunclc of tbo prlnco by marriage. The Duke of Perse Is tbe father of tbe unhappy Countess Ingomcdc, tbe young and beautiful wife of tbo exiled Iron Count Marlanx. No doubt you've heard of blm." "I remember that be was banished from the principality." "Quite true, sir. He was banished In 1001 and now resides on his estates In Austria. Threo years ago In Budapest be was mar rled to Ingomcdc, the daughter of " "T tho duke. Count Marlanx has great Induenco nt tbo The Duke of Perso realized this when ho compelled hl A iiru liuu Mrs American's charge and bojtced blm te stand by blm through thick and tMn until the lad Is able to talc cure of himself. As If there were aet mjrai men In Graunurk who mlaht have done as mtirh for their prlncer King looked Interested. "I see. Tbe people, no doubt. reeat thh e44omig Is that It?" Spantz gave blm a withering look, aa much as to ay that he Mas a fol to ask such a question In n place to public. Without replying, he get t his feet. "I must return. I bsvc tieeti away too long." Tbe American sank back lu blscbelr Suddenly bo became conscious at a disquieting feeling that seme one was looking at hint latently from behind, lie turned in his chair aad fee ad himself meeting the gaze of a ferocious looking, military appearing little wan at a table near by. His waiter np ieared at his elbow with the e bunco. "Who tho devil U that eh! men at the table there?" demanded young Mr. King loudly. The waiter assumed a look of extreme insolence. "That 1 Huron Anything mlnUter of police. more, sir?" "Yes. What's bo looking se hard nt me for? Does he think I'm a pickpocket?" "You know as much as I, sir." was alt that tho waiter said In reply. King pocketed the coin he bad Intended fcr tbo fellow and deliberately left the place. As be sauntered across the llttlo squaro bis gazo suddenly shifted to a second story window above tho Das-gloss. gun-sho- slt, nmxntvB huilk platko ahodt Austrian court flguro with sudden pride. "I am to tbe crown, sir. My blades re used by the nobility not by tbe army, I aw happy to Bay." "I say, Ilerr Spantz, or monsieur. I'd like to bate n good long chat with you. What do you say to n mug of that excellent boor over In the cafe garden? Business seems to be a little dull. lock up?" Can't you--c- r Spantz looked at blm keenly. "May I ask what brings you to Edelweiss?" be asked abruptly. "I don't mind telling you, Mr. Spantz, that I'm here because I'm somewhat of u fool. False hopes led mc astray. I came here looking for romance for advonture." "I see," cackled Spantz, his eyes twinkling with mirth. "You thought you could capture wild and beautiful princesses hero Just as you pleased, eh? Let mo tell you, young man, ouly ono American only one foreigner, In fact has accomplished that miracle. Mr. Lorry came here ten years ago and won tho fairest (lower Graustark ever produced tho beautiful Yetlve but be was tho only one." "No. I'm not looking for princesses. I've seen hundreds of 'em In all parts of the world." "You should seo Prince Robin," weut on tho armorer. "I've beard yf nothing but him, my good Mr. Spantz lie's sovcu years old, and he looks Ilko hit mother, and he's got a Jeweled sword and all that sort ofthIng. I daresajr he's a nice blm an her husband Tho fair Is less than "h was bamsued twenty-fivyears l.x 1001." of ag0 Tuo lron Count Is fully sixty-five.- " "I'd like to fce If she's really beautiful. I've seen but one pretty woman In this whole blamed town, your niece, nerr Spantz. I've looked 'em over pretty carefully too. She Is exceedingly attract" "You will not find tho beautiful women of Edelweiss In tho streets, sir," mapped Spantz. "Don't they ever go out shopping?" "Hardly. The merchants. If you will but notice, carry their wares to tbo bouses of the noblo and tho rich. But tomorrow tho garrison nt tho fortress marches in review before the prince. If you should happen to bo ou the nve- nuo near the castle gate at - o clock you will see tbe beauty and chivalry Tbo soldier are not of Graustark. tbo only ones who aro on parade." There was an unmistakable sneer In his tone. "You don't carq much for society, I'd say," observed Truxton, with a smile. Spantz's eyes flamed for an Instant and then subtly resumed their most Ingratiating twinkle. "Wo cannot all bepeaeeeks," .fee ti& quietly. "You e 1- mc2 - daughter toucccpt Tho Interesting young womati bad cautiously pushed open one of tho LOTS FOIl SALE: I havo 7 good Continued on nxt pnee shutters and was peering down upon lota In West Hickman uhkh I wlU Ala trio of red coated guardsmen. Telephone No. 4 for better meats soil singly or as a wbolv. L P. Kl most at tbo same Instant her quick, and groceries. lltou. eager gaze fell upon tbe tall American, quite close to tbe horsemen. Ho now saw her dark eyes expand as If with surprise. Tbe ucxt Instant bo caught bis breath and almost stopped In tni tracks. A shy, Impulsive smile played about her red lips for a second, lighting up tho dellcato face with n radlanco that nmazed him. Then tho shutter was cloied gently, quickly. He felt his cars burn as bo abruptly ttirued nwny. ya J In the mcantlmo Bnron DanglosH was watching him covertly from the edgo of tbo cafe garden across the . mmmmmr square. They had !een HfeMmic frteinK Tiri-U- s JMtlagly ntHed uluwif lb tglfe prince's "merisiMaitr gudfatb.' HW two years lie lenl been a euniaal tv dent of Graustark. Ills wide awake, roMMtrrvfat bram. attuned by nature ta the dllllwiiHIets if idmlnbttratlea, leat itoelf rataM lu tho wdvlag f maay kastty Una wis I pussies; tbe mlaMry was never hmtb to coll oo trim fur advk-e- . ami vekkHn disposed te dMrrpiM It. Aa alrifer he acrer offered a uamjenHsa r plan HtMKkcd To IfcM see tMnSrait..n be awed much of tbe popularity ned by Ibr esteem In wWeh be was Swialtj a ami tbe masees. hu was a great favorite. He eojoyed tbe freedom af tbe mot eictulvtf Iwwm In UdaiwdH. There was bat oe man "eaoeeted with tbe goveramoat to whom tm aad UtNaeHre of Joao TntlM proved dlstaslnfiH. That maa waa the Duke of Perm. On more than wee iceas4B the osMaot had rkoaoa to in guhjed by tba sagacity of Jbn ThKIk In pfefureaee to fotMwtoc tbe iloea laid dann by the untuie toJaUter af finance. Tbe deeMon tp Br Ike Hew bend tseue In !edAu ami Parte was due te the earnest, forcefal argomeat of Jebn TtMHs outside tbe cabiaet chamber, to be sare Tbfe wa. but etie laetaaee In wmvh tbe ptan of tbe treasurer was overriddra. lie revealed tho jtlnlH t touch delicate tttHuenre of tbe former Wall treet maa. Tallta bad taade It plain to the mlnlxry that Graustark could aot afford to plaee It srtlf in debt te tbe IlavotaM. lata wboo hand, "iter or later tbe deatlatai of tbe railroad might be axpertad te folL The wlec men of Graottarfc saw hH point without forte of arfwmeat aad voted down In the parliameNt tbe duke's profHMlUon to ptre tbe lean In St. Petersburg awl llvrila. For ltd particular aet of trwqmM Hpoa tbe duke's einetal preserves be won tbo hatred of tbe worthy treasurer ied bis no inconsiderable fwlhiwlng nmettirlbo deputies. a lint John Tullts was not in for the purpose of meddling with state affairs. He was there he elected to stand menter to the son of his lifelong friend, even though tint son was n prince of th blood nnd controlled by tin will of Harness Shop. Is tbe plaee to buy your Harnett I cirry a good line of Harnett, On diet, bl Collars and Saddles, Cufy Combs, Brushes, Saddle Blanket! Duggy and Wagon Whips. My line of Whips Is the best that money can buy. It will pay you to look throiv my stock before you buy. Harnett and shoe repairing a specialty. Next door to Farmers A. Merchants Dank HICKMAN HARNEOS CO., A. J. Wright Manager. PAY YOUR CITY TAXES. pop-clarit- The penalty is effective September the first. Why wait until too Ute and be forced to pay unnecessary costs? Until further notice pay taxes to Tom Dillon, Sr., at his office. Notice of Meeting. Tbo meets night Mutual Protective League at tho Masonic Hall, over Sud and 3rd Friday lu eaoti month. AU members aro urged to bo present on those ulgbU. O. T. SALMON, Secy, loctp CowtfU', on tho CointHorahU Tho Hickman Courier and Weekly ApptL both ono year for fl.25. Oct them bow. Itdol-wols- ie Savo from 1 to S it thousand and got a botlur shingle direct from our mill. Yates & Kirk Shingle Co. J "Silver Plate that Wears 1 " GnAPTKH II. prosperous condition. Its uf- fairs were under the control of nn able ministry, beaded by the venerable Count Hnlfont. Tbe DuUo of Perse, for years u resident of St. Petersburg and a financier of high stand-tag- . bad returned to Edelweiss soon after tho distressing death of the lute Prlncci-Yetlve nnd her American husband, and to blm was Intrusted portfolio, Tbo financing of tbe great railroad project by which Edelweiss was to be connected with tbo Siberian line in the north fell to his lot at a time when uo one else could have saved the little government from heavy lossos or even bankruptcy, Tbe opening of this narrative finds the ministry preparing to float a new 5,000,000 gavvo Issue of bonds for and equipment purposes. s a jT A A MEETIXO OF THE CAMLET. this time tbe principality of Graustark was lu a most (ig C-- L" I I mmmmammmMMmmmmmi Since 1847, the year Rogers Bros. oricinateJ electro-silv- er ptattnc.silverware bcannRthotrado mark "147 ROGERS BROS." ha been renowned for quality, wcarability and beauty. I xs 1847 ROGERS BROS. TRIPLE stamped on forks, spoons and fancy serving pieces it z guarantee of heaviest plating, perfect wotkmanship and exquisite design, assuring long and satisfying service. Any article of silverware matked "MI ROGERS BROS." may be selected without further investigation. Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue " showing all patterns. MCRIDEN BRITANNIA CO., Mtrldcn, Conn. (IbictuUouI Bllter Co, Barauor.) c 'Every Month' writes Lola P. Roberts, of Vienna, Mo., "I used to be sick most of the time and suffered with backache and headache. My Mother, who had been greatly helped by the use of Cardul, got me two bottles, and 1 have been well ever since." F49 Tho Woman's Tonic Cardul Is a gentle tonic for young and old women. It relieves and prevents pain. It builds strength. It feeds me nerves, it helps the whole system. Made from harmless roots and herbs, It has no bad docs not Interfere with the use of any other medicine and can do you notlilng but good. Try Cardul. It will help you. Your dealer sells It. after-effec- ts, l't 1 ,. custom which compels us to keep the prlneo with tho oeulng Tu My that tho tiny uf the session. Of course, your highprince loved W hg. broad shouldered, ruddy eheok-1- . ness, wo don't mean to say that jou nJuriUK mutor would bo piiitlng re not interested in our grave deliberluo gently; he Idolized him. ations." TullU was father, mother mid TrlnCO BobllV blB In n., .!.,. ..It.. -- un to tho little follow in krilrkora. brother tie Jack ays I've Just got to be Inter- One woiimii In llniuuark was ieu m em wnetbor I want to or not. tho oun-- e of uoror ending uud eouMantly lie says It's tho oniv tmv .... lu.reaHlng interest to thtx .tnhvart to things and become a regular prmcc. cotupanlon to tho prltic.. That woman lou Bee, Undo Caspar, I've got a lot wan. Man. thu wlfo of si.otb.gr mnu: iu iimru.' Moreover. nho was the daughter unt. of "Yes. your IiIcIiiipkm vr.n i.n. the Duko of I'eme. emuly admitted tho nremler. i The young nnd witty Counto. of am sure you will learn." Marianx ratno ofton to IWelwel-w- . Hho Undur such an able Instructor as was n farorlto at the math. ti.m.i.1.. Undo Jack you may soon kuow more ataiHlltig the unhealthy rword ait., of her than tho wisest mnu in Mu. an. lent ami discredited hualwud. tho added tho Duko of Terse. f..uut Tullte ImhI not wu tho "Thunk you, your grace," said tho "out. hut ho had hoard mich tals of prluco so nolltclv,. tlmi id., .lia-.- . ,..n. a..u MMV linn . nun that he eouW not but irtty "I know Undo Jack will thl eonfoundi-dlrlou youaif rreatHro who called oe glad to bear that. He's-h- c's afraid people may think bo's butting In too unil UIUHMNU. At UlUCII. we are Hrinlttrl to d a BMeting of "Hutting In!" gasped the premier. rnbtuet. wltk-Its oecastooally In column wrfiwtlve-ne- s At this tho Duko of Torso camo to Jim off I be throne room wltblii bis feet ngnlu, an ungry glotuu In bH lie taHw(rttMl walls of a dark llltle eyes, "ily lordH." bo began hastily. aiittviiamber known to the milt. Me "It must certainly have occurred to you before this that our beloved w..rtd aa tkp Toom of wraHflw-- " I he quwKiou under dlantwIoH roUim prince's Hngllsli, which soauis. after to tlMt loan of 5XKKMJ00 BUTToa. before all. to bo his mother tongue. Is not At tlKt bcd of the lot. what It should Is. Hutting In! YesHTlHr.l nMw an ancmewurj terday I ovorhoanl him udvlslng your i" f lawunvka. wirawuaied by Tulti, to 'go clmso' himself. And in He .uwWo. m4u tke trtie. hIhmmi wbsn your loy tried to clmso hlmsolf-'p- on tu iIm bmt oM wnibHt clwlr of my word ho did our prince say? What did you say, Trlnco "M ri.r.rutc 1,1, OWI1 us-er--ufter n three twnt, cho.cn by 'miiij. t. ..!. "'nt lr.. - ... at-ru- 11 ''! i rd o, dld-wl- s Muni?, rurl) balmt la.l wlib Mr brawn em him) a Ishi entai.li mxkeabh- - m mi. n ki bM mw anmirwl in Uhh tiatdj; hut nwre prf ,. tlatlo mrti1m lt iiuit k ! prtri fas Itoblnr "l- -I forgot," stammered Trlnco lt-- er": Hob- hml e..iMi n hi in m mn Ml . xt offering at tin - IVrry' tiirra net rural tm haiim OUJl V1I.LAOK TOUT H- A fttorr !HoUwc Uf h- Mila of Missouri. A o. full of oiuoIy from aUtrt to Mr XJ Ilorrlfajfui, wJJJ hm . tho ruaUDasun-- , Ui fonnimt eotneUlam, Mipportexl by iiit . a.iit tororutny. Om hIk o- 29, itflO. i oj-.-r- ml tlw oIImt "'e that ten. hlut the Juo arMotracv Hum n i Abuttt tttf tsht mi the three rpftrol uw while a .rulu a btti In MMlat; In AiiierV-S- Tlwfs what "God by "You said 'Sib or Or was "No. vour era.-onits. I remninlier. In ,j iim-- 'i - REAL ESTATE . and INSURANCE MJK- - j 0 ! latoroUnable Unib uf Mate In aecvr I be attention ami of b4 uk era In Kraoee and ICna It la nil nooaeinte In aay that laod KUMla has muter nwtitM la the Mat er We iwl th. mnner before ti. winter ajtea. Why atmiM we prefer l.iiflaodJ' Why France Kur mmm auacroontabW raason he i ruck the Ubkr violently with hki Aat aixt dlrerteil bis Clare upon the aston ished utter e The eiploalve tlcmahd of ltir awuiig them tiro-- I lirase uf ibr mnuy. Itaruu I'hIU of lit mil. K.wIom of aTkoHHre The Iwke of ivrw waa tk tTMt kmu iuetk The prince waa watrhlnc hN irauut. aalumlsu face with Nture ibau uaual laterwit. "Of rourw li U ool lou mte to rearliHl he Mrt .r,.inulnie. at mr last stt-- I lM There are 0e iMiokpfX la Ht rVtaraoura !. will ttnaiMe tlw loan without ilrlat We need uot Uviay the iIIm-umI- tbr (hJiiiUiM-tratiu- o r Washington." linn It ininn in IIiIh that a prluco of Greustnrk should grow up with such langusgo on bis lips? That confounded American has every one hypnotized!" exploded the duko. "Ills Influence over this boy I a menace to our country. He In making an oaf of him a slangy, Impudent little "Your grnci'I" Interrupted Baron Dangloss sharply "Undo Jack's all right." declared tho nrlneo. vnifiiolr reallzlm that a du- fenito should U' forthcoming. "He Is. ohT rosiKHl fho cxnsperatwl duke. imiplng his brow. "H mim la" nniniiiitienl the nrlnco with a finality that left no room for doubt. "Ho Is n mountebank, a meddler, that's what he is!" exclaimed the over heated duke. Dut the prince bad slid down from I said. us Isiys used to say Tbsfs what all of delher us! "Say, Undo Jack, when uio you going to tako mo to tho witch's hovel?" Tho thought abruptly bunisbed nil else from his eager llttlo bralu. "Some day soou," snld Tullls. "You see, I'm not Buro that she's receiving visitors theso days. A witch is n very arbitrary person. Even princes have to send up their cards." Tho witch's hovel was lu tho mouu-Ulacross the most rugged of the canyons nnd was to bo reached only after tho most hazardous of rides. Tho old woman of the hills was uu nnclent character nbout whom cluug a thousand spooklsb traditions, but who, lu tho opinion of John Tullls, wus nothing moro than n wise fortuuo teller and necromancer who knew every trick in tho trade of hoodwinking the superstitious. As they rode back totbo castle uftcr au hour, coming down through Cusllo avuiiuo from the momiMory rem J. the piumlM u tall, bronzed young man whom Tullls at once knew to bo an American. He wus scaled on a bl bowlder at the roadside oujuylng Hie hade. At his sldu wits the fii. svoll known 11 pure or ou..-'- k liue: prefer eagerly painting out lertslu Im Mirtimt perMonagoR to him ns the; pusscd. Of course the npproaeh of the prince was the excuse for consider able agitation and fenor on the purl of the man from Cook's. Ho mounted tbe bowlder nnd took off his cap to wave It froutlcully. "It's tho prince!" ho called out to Tnucton King. "Stand up! Hurray! Lous llvo the prlncol" The man from Cook's came to grief. Ho slipped from his porch on tbe rock and camo floundering to the ground. The spirited pony that tho princo was riding shied and reared In quick affright. Tbu toy dropped bis crop and clung vnllnntly to tbe reins. A guardsman was at the pony's head In u Taxpayers Notice. 1910, State, School and for the LAUNDRY ! Taxesand County,yearMeet meoreLevee now payable. duo or ono -- AT Drnrllr.,. 0. FlnrUnm1n DldiiiCJf Or rulilulll i Basket leaves tvery Tuesday afternoon T of my deputies at the Hickman Bank, Hickman, Ky., or the City National Bank, at Fulton, Ky. Pay now and avoid the rush. Qoalder Johnson, Sheriff. J Best Work Lowest Prices We food to hungry. rant The Reason. Tho following conversation was overheard between two boys, aged seven and five: "Joe, why can't chickens talk?'' "Aw, they don't have to. When thoy wants anything, they Just Andy's Restau pull their and they get tbelr wish "The Delineator t wish-bone- s df Running Water in Your House and Darn Every Day in the Year Si l All Ut conrenfener and eooiforU of bel city water iyUm. can now be had nnyw here. You can have an abundance of water delivered under atrong pressure, to ail fixtures No water biiia and rcpaira; and tho plant is almost everlasting. Every Kewnriro Srstnra Is Installed at our risk, not yours. To nvold unsuccessful water systems. Insist upon the genuine Ken-anopneumaUc Unit and system manufactured by us. took for our 'trade mark and name platea on tank and pumping machinery. Get the Bir.iihvs and you will take no chances. We guarantee that. The best and most efficient vrnter supply will be yours If you install tho No More Elevated or Attic Tank Kewanee System of Water Supply with the Kewnuee Hystein, the tank la located In tbe cellsr, or buried la the ground. This tank Is msde of atml plta and will last almost IndeQnltvly. Tbe Kewnnee tank reta on solid ground, and Is protected from all extremes In westher: will not leak, freeze, orerflow or cotlipM. la the Kewanee 8y-te- ai, pumping the watercreatee the air pressure. For pumping tbe water any kind of power may be used with the Kewnnee Ny-t- m wlndmlUs, gspollne engl ne, electricity, steam, hot air, or any other kind of suitable power. We do lint merelr manufacture WhtersuDDlr Durplants. Mesolfewatersupplrproblema. ing the taut tea years, we bare successfully eolred nrer OuuO water supply problems. Tbe largest building, as well aa the smallest homes, are equipped with Kewnnrei 1Vntir riupplyoutflta. we are experts, and bare a 3r EracUcal eipertence. Krery Kewanee .UU C.J "IT ... M .7M.'.7 .IBUV u. m and roust roroe up to the Kewnuee Engineering Service FREE u eisnaara,ananaaineiiewnneeguar- - y- -l . ii u Itmtuiit. Truxton King picked up the riding crop, strode out Into the rendwny nnd banded It up to the boy lu the saddle. "Thank you," said Trluco Hobby. "Don't mcntlou It," said Truxton King, with bis most engaging smile. "No trouble at nil." Continued next week. Out GuaiflntfP eeVs ,- oureipenseandyourmoneywlllberefanded. Kcwmte Water Supply Co., r engineers will tilan Tour comnlete ... .. ., water system iree or cnarge. EreryKewnnee .System la guaranteed to t22xL! 7 r. ..v.7 k . "r.rt"..i." -i.in..rr.,-- r. 4- Si YSLjtsx . JwlM rS aIm yS!' - rmy-w- ir ism Ajk for Our 64-Pa- ge Wl' J ! f 9 B. G. HALE Phone IG6 I I i rsoabt the ruler He In surprise and bW lip 1 fell Imii It most hare to bltu qWMthm apart. tliat tb u Id be MAmm&ym answered no otte save b the person to wlxuu it waa no plainly addressed. He lifted bis chin p "k kllol ID." rsrtr sahi jasfc wx Jr sud piped up shrilly ami with a fervor that startta! even tho Intense Terse: "lleranse Unrle Jack said wo should, why" that's JUDQC WISC. Ouslne.i Phlloiopher. S(tno folks maVo Uiolr OolJan of rubber, ajr Uio Judge. "Ad-- ' re to tho atmUUt path of rlfihtcou- . it la any If your proscription Ktv fUl.l by Uio lUolonRii Drug Co. (uW) &iwms&wA Timber Wanted, I nm now In tho market for all klmla of liartl wood logs and stand Itw: UrubtT on N. C. & St. U. I. 0. iiud M. o. railroads. Bets me b torn soiling. J. W. WAIU), Hickman, longer Is Itr Count Halfont coughed. "Aheml Ky. lOctp Just n few minutes, your highness. little man." Pray be patlont-or-- my Ho always Hobby flushed. When you havo an achoy, atrotcliy atroulied f line and you art) dull, tired and know that he wns boln; encouraged It la a sikii of approach- - when atiy ono addressed him ns "my k malaria or chills. You ahould act little usui." 'iiuckly to ward off an nttack. HEU-1'IN- E "I have an engagement." ho said, of fore you tho help you need. stlffonliw of Ids back. It dcBtroys tho malarial genu, drives with a Duko of Torso smiled grimly. In you feel Tbe 'it all ImprlUcs and makes ho nroso to ad'right, vigorous and chocrful. l'rlco his most lKillle maimer dress tho now harassed princeling, Co. Sold by Hickman Drug pllo of who shifted uneasily on tho It (nm without saying that the Innocent rejoinder opsns! the way to nn If a. ril dlNcMsston of John Tullla. that gvuileaMn'a ears burned In tu the sarcastic coin in cuts of the Iole of Teree awl ltaron Tultz, they prwbauO' tlHRled (Heasautly ns tho result of lb stsut dofome put up by llalfont. DancloM and others. Tbe duki ltMistued plea wiw of n no aaU Ills cunrrerokaw the of kseplng HihwU's greeily hand ..ut of the country's affairs at least for th pressnt awl reiterated their derision to seek the loans lu Knglnnd ami I'raitcc Tho ijuestlon, therefore, oukl not bo taken to parliament for Tho duko snt down, In defeat; his heart was more bitimlo ter than ever against tho shrewd Aiuerloau who hnd Induced all theso men to see through Ids eyes. At this Juncture the prince, gathering from the manner of his ministers that tho quostlou was settled to his liking, loaued forward nnd announced la bis uncle, tho premier: "I'm tired. Uncle Caspnr. How much wis-Joi- If you receive a sample copy of the Courier, it Is an Invitation to subscribe for it. As a special Inducement to thoso who are not taking tho Courier, and lu order to get you acquainted with It, wo offer it to you from now until Jan. 1, 1011, for only 25c. This Is much cheaper than either borrowing or stealing. Leave your name, or tho name of Borne his pllo of books nnd planted himself your address, and 25c at tho besldo him so suddenly that the bitter friend, office and we'll do the rest. This words died nwny oh tbe old man's applies to new subscribers only . Hits. "You nwful old maul" he cried, trembling all over, his o.ves blazing. "Don't you say anything against Uncle Jack Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury. I'll 111 banish yon yes, sir banish you like my mother fired Count Mar-lan- aa mercury will surely destroy tho out of tho country. I won't let eonso of smell and completely you como hack hertf-nev- er. And bethe wbolo systom wbon enterfore you go 111 havo Undo Jack give ing it through tho mucous surfaces. you a good licking. Oh. ho ran do it. Such artldcs should novcr ho used except on proscriptions from roputa-bi- o all right! -I hato you!" physldans, aa tho damage they Tho duke looked down In amazement Into the flushed, writhing face of bis will do Is ten fold to tho good you little master. Tor n moment be was can possibly dcrivo from them. manufactured by Munncd by tbe vigorous nutburxt Hall's Catarrh&Curo Co., Toledo. O., con-tarCheney the ban! linos In his face re- F. J. no mercury, and U taken InterThou laxed, n softer expression came lutohw nally, acting directly upon the blood pyes, and 1h smiled kindly on the tH.y and mucous surfaces of the system. Hut Trlnco Hobby was still In buying Hall's Catarrh Curo bo "I could Imvo you ltohended. ' suro you got tho genuine. It is takhe said stubbornly. "Couldn't I, I'nclo en internally and mado In Toledo, Ohio, by l J. Cheney & Co. TestiCaspar?" Tho Duke of Terse suddenly bent monials free. Sold br all druggists. 76c. forward and placed bis liony band Take Hull's Family Tills for consti upon tho unshrinking shoulder of the prince, bis eyes gleaming kindly, his pation. voice strnngoly free from Its usual Overcome Adversity. harshness. "You nro a splendid Httlo The waves which sorrow lnshcs up man, Trlnco Hobln," ho said. "I glory high between us nnd in you. I shall not forget tho lessou around us stand tho world end make our ship solitary In loyalty that you havo taught me." vessels. Hobby's eyes tilled with tears. The In Uie midst of a haven full of sun, and gcnulno humility of tho hard old man Cannot ono do llko the fair yet como go under tho waves and touched Ids tempestuous little heart. grace. back again. And yet, after all. If you 'It's-l- t's all right, du-y- our look upon bis going down rightly Tin sorry I sKko tliht way too." tiling in reality. As tho princo strodo soberly from there is no such tho "room of wrangles" every eye was Richter. x de-rnnIns uuni-poase- ' fc?S;-?- lBBBjtall tBp$vi'lV ' Tj3Ssir- - - fmif Slarif5iL?a' '( "aJ 'lTy?itlm lrJ?YlMV.Jrawl'iV X" K! 5li- -' 3 -- JjJlBaTiaflJ'?-iiSwL2Hil- ''tv&l 5l - I tl ffrHpK1 kl wnneoWnterSuiiiilySyateinloyour Oar csulog Is beautifully illus1 bouse. and shows the many l sdnnuces of W "e Kewanee System orer Ihe old " eleraied unks. Gel our catalog from our aealersndatkhlmhichKewancaSnim you should imull. 1 11 u Catalog i, 9i show you how ynu can hire a Ke- - fd, f II M V J For Sa,e fay fj 1 Hickman Tinning & Plumbing Company. OUR vt5 .r 2J is ' 1 ' " fa hum FALL e'lll IThbbI' T? IsPCC 5Ssssmjl STOCK :OP: FMDRE IS HERE A larger and a better assorted stock than ever before seen in this city, and at prices lower than ever. Just think, X It your child Is palo and sickly, at tho noso, starts In tho sleep and grinds tho teeth whllo sleeping, It is a sure sign of worms. A remedy for theso parasites will bo found picks In WHITE'S CIIEAM VERMIFUGE. It not only dears out tho worms, but It rostoros health and cheerfulness. Prlco 2Bc per bottle. 8old by Hickman Drug Co. No Inducement. "Cnmpalgn cigars," proclaimed the reformer, "aro merely a form of brlb ery." "No, thoy ain't," put In the voter. "Did you ever smoke ono?" i Swellings of tho flesh caused by inflomation, cold, fractures of tho bono, toothache, nouralgla or rhouma-lacan bo relieved by applying nALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It should bo well rubbed In over tho part affected. Its great healing and penotratlng power coses the pain, swelling nnd restores natural conditions. Price 25c, COc and $1.00 a bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. jBW Quartered Oak Davenport $25.00 2.75 Oak Bedsteads at Stearn & Foster's Felt Mattresses . . . 7.50 to 12.50 Everything else in same proportion. If prices and quality will make goods sell we will be bound to sell them. Just step in and look around while in town. t t l m rr lawbooks. f A jti li ' .ii Notice. WOOL JHDESandFUR! BtUtlDwIwi. WE BUY o May your most humole subject to luaulro iuto tho nature of your highness' whgagement?" you may, your grace." said tho pre-mim- WE WOULD BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU r.. keUCM-MMii.- we - tta eg . - r.. Mi..i. Rttermc: at; kukia LmUtIII. We (ua'uk WwlBiHTrKlo w stiffen. Yi'itUt pike M.SAKL&SONS uilxlSr taMfe, lit ! . A smile crept into The the others. ."Well, what is the eyes of the engagement 1" Uncle "1 had a date to ride with Jack at 11 aud to review the troops." fount Hulfoiit Interposed good to "There is nothing moro grace, so I come beforo us today, your meet-InS- v fancy wo may as well closo the my uilnd It is rathci a. silly To dukc-walted- prince. Horoafter our Btoro will bo opened on Sunday for tho sale of MEDICINE ONLY. bar none. Poraona dosirlng proscriptions fillon tho princo In his khaki ridLater us Bayly down tho broad ed or procure mudidncs can call ing suit loped besldo over Cumberland Tclephono Nos. 27 mountain- road toward Ganlook tho black maro which carried John or 30. COWQILL'S DUUO STORE. Tullls. Ho had told Tullls of his la tho. antechamber Grocerlea at Moore's, "ton Awror, otn mam I" nn cni'tD. pon his sturdy llltlo back, and there was n kindly light In each of them, Hickman Furniture Co. INCORPORATED ! I Next door to Post Office. fcwwwwwwwwvw r- -j aastasa; . 4tmtf ' -- F - " 5 "' wy ". vfZwssW IK 1 , ALL TIRED OUT. In T I 1 . "" Lomjormble , ,, s Hickman g. Hundreds More In Hickman 8amo Plight. the Roosevelt and Lake. Tho naming of the now club a Reulfool Ixtko for Col, Konuovelt r. anils Uio foot (hut an earlier Hoo ve! t vim lu thu neighborhood ' West Tannvsaeo whoit tho lake ran Into being. Tho older Rooaovult, great-url was tho first iu tlie to bring it steamboat down tho M liriil. Tluit woh In 1811 As tiueor ohmiI uhugfihugKfd IU v southwnrd along tho Kentucky . Ti'iiuoettvo shores, spreading ten nmoiiK Uio nativoM, there cam groat couwihilon of naturu known the ttirthnuuko of ISU. The r turned ami ran upuvronin, puiuiu. test the hollers of thu llUle i Land heaved and writhed, clean, tho bd of the rivrutil the formation of tliu river bank n Grocery and save money Co, ... For Wbme2 1 & a Do your trading here Made of Patent Kid or Gunmctal on new, stylish tdc S$ . .. . . r lak? w.Mwva.we.e, j xa time they are tried on. It is a doesn't end 75 daily pleasure and experience as long as thy last, vC the first , , gj ? z Ho, aoft of foot and aura of foot aha treads the hi Ha and hollows The trees wave leafy banners flvlne welcome aa aha eomea For well they know that all the laughlnc troop of summer follow. With larka that pipe upon their with their pipes and cricket drums. The locust blossom poura Its wine, the I 3.00, 3.50, 4.00 I I I Bradley & Parham msmyjmmr!S3smmgzw Real Estate Transfers, on your ( i roceries Meats, etc. Don't fall to see Nod BarrlfiiGJi. that fuuny old comedian In OUK VIL LAGE POSTMASTER, at tho opera bouau oue night only Sept 30, 1910. Resencd seutu 10c on sale at Hickman Drug Co. General admission 38c If you feel "bluo," "No account," lazy, ou need a good cleaning out HERIMNE la the right thing for that purpose. It stimulates the liver, tono up the stomach and purifies the bowels. Price COc. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. dronsy air perfumtnc. The fteldi hate all forgotten winter's dry and shriveled husk; And beating by on blailnc win is a beetle comes arabesque To thread an aimless adown the ways of dusk. Wiggs Gets 2 Years, O. L.. Wiggs, charged with uttering J. T Seat o al to H. N. Seat, 100 forged paper, was convicted In Cir- acres of land, part of tho oetato of cuit Court hero Thursday, and sen- Mrs. E. A. Seat, $4000. tenced to two years In tho penitenJosso Dowdy to O. Spradlln, 5 acres tiary for tho deed. land, M00. Mr. Wiggs Is a well known shoo J. A. Hatchor to Walter Brevard, salesman, who has made his head- Lot No. 213 in Hast Hickman. U0. quarters In Hickman for the past & S. L. Campbell to O. M. Campbell, jcars During this time he has rep- lot in Henry Addition, $35. resented the Hainborgor Bros. Shoo Co , of St. Louis, and it was with this firm ho became involved. The oidenco showed that Mr. Wiggs drew u check for $1,095.10 on a St. Louis r bank and signed tho name of Bros, to it. Tho chock was CHILDREN'S DRESS. not cashed but was put up as collateral with Atty. F. S. Moore who advanced him $1&0 on It. Ho, awirt of foot and sure of foot she cornea to wake the rosea. She comes to rouse the brooklet till Its bubblea are atiram; She cornea to weave her spells at noon until the forest doxea And all the roMen miles of, day are wTapt within a dream. WlLnUR D. NESUIT. Maxims of the Old Codger. Sly son. It Is well that you strike while the Iron la hot. Provided, of course, that you know of the task you have cot; Provided, also, that you know what you're hammering with And, lastly, provided that you're a moat competent smith. My son. It la well that you strike the nail fair on the head. Provided, of course, that you strike not your ftneer Instead: And furthermore Into thine car let thla wisdom be poured. Be sure that you drive not the nail In another man's board. My son. It it wlsa to be aura that you hustle ahead. But, furthermore, son. by thla counsel of mine be led: Be aura that your rival la riant then with Oe ahead till you lose every vestlr shadow of him. r Tired nil tho tlmo; Weary and "arorn out day and night Hack aehes; sldo nchoe, All on account of tho kidneys. Must help them at their work. A Hlakiuan citizen shown jou how. A. WaUon. of Hickman, Ky says: "For some years I was a victim of kldnoy complaint Thoro wero pains In the small of my bnck, which wru always moru severe when I stooped, or lifted. My back ached at night and when I nroso In tho morning, I was very lamo. I beenmo tired cosily and occasionally suffered from nervous spells. Headaches both end ma and 1 was subject to dizzy spells, during whloh there won n blurring of ray eight When I caught cold. It settled on my kldnoya tuul at auoh tiroes, tho passage of tho secretions from these organs becamo too frequent This weakness was particularly annoying during tho night and I was often forced to arise Hevoral times. Looming of Doan's Kldnoy Pills. I procured a box at Holm & RlHfton'a Drug Store and two days after I began using them. I rooeUed gmit relief. Ily the time I had takof the box. 1 aa en tho content cured. I never lose nn opportunity to recommend Doan'a Kldnoy Pills to other kidney sufferer." Kor aale by all dealers. Price I0. Koster-Mtlbur- n Co. Ituffalo. N. W sole agents for tho United State. Remember the name Uoan's and take no other. a . , the east of Oi Hiiimlng . land rHiiik and n kike forti ThU wtut Hw fnifxttu Itoeiroot Imu ami In HttMliut th (iliib for b prucldeHt tho olub haa mtwaHitit, a hit of UUtory. Ihw Tt) t'OU llEKT.-- Nice roslS.nce the hill, desirably looatcd I,. 1' llsan, . y IvOBT: Hnroutu from ray farm tu upper boUem to Hickman, my but dog, white with brindle on t k, ears trimmed and tall bobbod. Blra. ed on Aug. 30. Had on collar, dot, a name, my namo and address; Infuru a Ask tho man who wears clothe Uon regarding his recovery wilt m mado by Schmidt and ho will tell kept confidential and 1 will pay Ji you who Is going to rnako hi fall for Mine. .Phono 33, Kural, or wri ) suit. Schmidt of course. It It Uogers. Hickman. Ky, 20 lie Special Offer We expect to put out a greater number of farm wngons n round close to home this year than ever before, and in ordc o do this we arc making the special pricca below . Practical Fashions Hani-berge- earniatneas trim and I guarantee all plumbing and tinning I do. If the work don't come up right and I can't out-tal- k you wo will cheerfully do the Job over-J- ust like any other plumber. Cotton. At tho baby incubator show in Louisville, throe infants died while under traetment in the machine. The old time brooders cannot bo Improved upon. Exactly. My uncle Tod la very odd lis calta a bed A quadruped! But soon w find He'll chance his mind. "This feather tick," He Bay. "Is thick Caon my word The bed's a bird!" rpgi PraWf 2?.t Thimble Skein Wagon, with bed, nt " " " 3x9 tt Rig " ATTRACTIVE REST SLIPPERS Mott's Nervine Pills The Mule Shape In Persian or Palate" Patterned 811k Is Most The great serve and brain treatAdmired. ment for men and women, produces strength and vitality, builds up the Attractive looking "rest" 'Uppers system and renews the normal vigor. for the girl whose fnct trouble her are Kor sale by druggists or by mall, $1 of mule shape In Persian or Paisley Paris per box, 6 boxes for $5. Hickman Allowed. Pattern No. 3294, isAll Seams patterned soft but firmly woven silk. to enjoy If a little girl Drug Co., Incorporated. . For feet that are very sore or gTeat life, playing and romping as a healthy ly swollen the most comfortable slipchild ought to, she must not be bothered with any thought of her clothes. pers are tho low cut strap affairs, re A misomblo spoctaclo was seen on This means that tho more simple sembling sandals, made of fine kid the streets Saturday when four wo- dresses are the best onos for her. and equipped with hln, flexible soles. There are also heelless slippers of men were put to work thoro with ball Wo offer a design which Is simplicity It is also charmingly pretty. satin which will fold up and may be uikI chain, for violating some of the Itself. carried in a shopping bag of city's laws. It Is right. to bo stern Tho dress has the long French body, dimensions, and lees expensive ordinary replicas so becoming to little people, and atnnd positive with recallctrants but it tached to this a short, somewhat full of tho same modol can be made o is to be hoped that in future the skirt There Is no seam at the shoul- suede, which affords rather more sup other mefliod of dealing with females der of this dress and the sleove Is port to the foet If a girl wishes to have rest slip win be a success. This way caubes merely an apology. The dress Is Intoo much unfavorable commont and tended to be worn with, a gulmpe or pors to match her various negligees made of creates an unfavorable impression far without ono. Olngham wll be found she may have thomshe cares the same for still about the most servicable of the many materials, and If city. Caruthesrvlllo Republican. the wash materials that can be used for more elaborate footgear of a similar this dress. Tho pattern is cut In type sho may embroldor pongee, braid 4 to 12 years. sizes To make the flno flexible kid or hand paint satin Remember and bring your old Stot-fo- dress the size will require 24 tops, tho pattern for which may be procured from the cobbler who Is to Hat and have It sent off and yards of material 36 inches wide. attach them to soles. excleaned and at a small To procure thU pattern aend 10 cant to "Pattern Department," of thla paper. pense. H. E. CURLIN. i .$50.00 . 52.00 55.00 Gin furnish any height wheel preferred, the regular height, 42x52 inch, or the low 40x44 inch or special 37x46 inch. In the low wheel we specially recommend the 40x44 height, as they are well proportioned, very strong and durable. Upon investigation you will find these prices from $8 to $12 un'dor most nil other makes, and at the same time we propose to give you n s light running bone-dr- y wagon, made of material throughout. first-clas- WE GUARANTEE EVERY WAGON right along side any other make for strength, light running, etc. Remember that while we arc making extremely low prices, we propose to give you jusf as good a wagon as the other fellow is now charging you at least ten dollars more for. Mr. S. L. Dodda, the proprietor, having his own timber and mills, is in position to build wagons for much less than those who arc compelled to go on the open market for their supply of material. Being a large planter, Mr. Dodds uses a great number of wagons, and is in position to know just what style wagon suits the farmer best and is now having wheels made with extra thick tires, deeper felloes, larger hubs and all other parts ironed in proportion. n Write name and address plainly, and be aura to give alaa and number of patters. NO. 3294. BIZB I POTTAGE HOTEL I W. NAME TOTW n. J. COOK, Prop. STREET AND NO STATE BEST .... $1 a Day House I -I- N- ...i.444"Sti WHY NOT TRY T Weatern Kentucky Popham'a ASTHMA REMEDY Gives prompt and positive relief In every case. Sold by The Hickman Drug Co, price SI. Trial package by mail, 10c. Williams Mfg. Co., Prop., Cleveland. Then and Now. "Ten years ago," said the man, "I was earning my bread by the sweat of my brow. But It's differ-e-nt now." "How's that?" we Queried. A New Sachet "My executive ability supplies me Consists of a round, flat bag of at the present stage of bright-colorewith bread satin, Inclosed In a the game," he replied. "Or, in other leather or words, I earn It by the sweat of other case of soft previously undressed kid been cut or which has people's brows." r stamped out in an design, Poppy and wild rose patterns are especially pretty. A tiny bow of colA Gentle Hint Ho I think our family name U ored ribbon run through the ontlre sachet holds It togethor. The odgea such a fine ono. may be She Do you? I get dreadfully tirad scalloped sewed together or cut either or plala. of it London Opinion. self-mad- e d open-flowe- Orlflln of "Weeping" Plume. The weeping feather Is said to have originated In a disastrously wet In Paris. Uncurled feathers were brought out afterwards as a humorous allusion to the catastrophe. These melancholy decorations caught the public fancy and became Immensely smart, but tholr lack of decofelt, rative quality soon made and they gave placo to the "plumo pleureuso," which, while also uncurled, has thick and numerous fronds, which obviate tho Impoverished ap pearance of the first uncurled feath era. race-meetin- ltlf Our foreman, Mr. Hcrtweck, and also our business manager, Mr. Baltzcr, has been raised up in the wagon business, having been connected with this plant practically all their lives, and both arc thoroughly familiar with the important points of wagon manufacture, and are using their every effort to put out a strictly first-clas- s wagon that will best suit the farmer. As a special inducement we will allow $5.00 for this advertisement when cut from this paper and presented at our office, and accompanied by cash order for wagon during the month of September. WHY PAY SEVERAL DOLLARS EXTRA FOR JUST A NAME, WHEN YOUR HOME FACTORY WILL FURNISH A WAGON AS GOOD FOR LESS. Write us direct or come in and sec us. We have a good stock of all size wagons on hand and will appreciate your business. Respectfully, HICKMAN WAGON CO. INCORPORATED flAAaaaa KUl. . M 101 ' A AaAAAAAAA Cotton, tie plumber. Phot 66. Cold drink ftt ABdy'a. "9feiv-3 Dainty Theatre Bag, t Vl'iilliiMtiiiniii , rYYYt1?1ttyV0$tylityfatojityjxy)jjj WmMWi JiifcMMMMMM : : : : : Night Riders Again, Night riders aro again at It. Twenty-fletters have been received by tobacco growers on Rural route 2 In Crittenden county, warning tho planters to pool their crops or suffer tho consequences. Tho notices were printed on book paper, and by this cluo government detectives expect to locate the person mailing them and also the printer. ive T. i demand, iintl when they are design, arc much appreciated j.rotty bag wv Illustrate here U . t to he used with kiiuo. but It might ulte well he Our model li In in any color with n lining o( whit velvet ,. spray or violets hrlng worked ; of (lie-focorners Three of violet nro uirnd (or the flow- Utile yellow In center, two in half-mournur i ir bags fur theater use are ah '. THE PUTTY QUESTION $ rfc OF : : : : : : : : : U i ' : : : Night riders burned a widow's barn in Bracken county after forcing a grocery mau to furnish coal oil to start the firo. They also burned tho barn of W. O. Bradford. Tho Princeton Leader of Sept. 20 : A resident of the Tredonla neighborhood who was in the city Uie lattor part of last week, In conversation with a reporter for tho Ixader said that tho tobacco growers of that community were again receiving anonymous cominunlcatlont directing Uie disposition of their tobacco. Ho said that carrier Francis on Fredonia Route 2, Thursday morning delivered to every grower on his route a typewritten letter warning e them not to sell their 1910 crop of tho Asst claUou. Ho stated aUto that a few nights ago a number of tho farmers were called from thein homes after nightfall and letters weru handed them by mounted men, soiuo masked and some without musks, thu message being the same as those delivered by tho rural carrier. sa-Bout-Hid- : : : : : : : : : : : : Up the Chimney is Where Half Your Fuel Money Goes When the Ordinary Stove is Used Stove putty Is universally med by stove manufacturers for making tight joints in heating stoves. While the stove is brand new the puttv does the work asked of it. A hot fite for a few months cracks the putty, it drops out of place, leaving the stove full of air leaking cracks, allowing the gases and the fuel and a big part of the heat generated to be sucked up the chimney and thus wasted. More than f of all the fuel you put Into the putty jointed stove is lost in this way. If your old stove eats up more fuel and docs not keen fire as well as it did at first, the reason is the stove putty has uroppea oui ox me joints. ItinilMl one-hal- iwgjHjSft lining are cut In a to she desired. In between tho two a squar Hoard I placed to keep th f tha lac In shape; previous ii (C th satin lining In poiltlon, ya should be worknd on Us ik th satin placed fet -'! en a thiak blanket should d at back. Turn In dc of nd velvet and sllp-tlte- h tegsth-i foM the lour corners to the join tba edges togmher about ' then sew whit rings Inside iinw the embroidery; thresd r cord with taslled undi Kb tba ring by which to draw : : : . rrn firrt and urotrdlOK ( the learss and : : : : : : tr : - Cole's Original Hot Blast Stove Saves all Fuel and Heat Wasted by IIH. : : : : : : : ' : : - Other Heating Stoves ba : : : : : ' : : : t 1 applied moistened or a salt r in thn head la an excellent te sensibility. HtU daughter mHhrr curM ' hi' habit of bllinr her nll by ' 't,k tba little nalla with qatntne. )n( he nalla with bitter akxi li " hr fc r'k - woman who suffers from that malknown a laV headache finds k - '' ' In, drinking a half glass of n whlah baa be-added on- 'ftMpocs ef eoda and the Jul" f ' riiif n a lmon sbtfully refreohlnx At a dentifrice and mouth wash ' tax U unexcelled. It cleaniet tba r ib, bardnna thn rural and rallaret xnkera In uilnc It for lbs teeth aka a ponder of on ounce each pow. Vrixl borax and pulrertied caitlla i up and two ounce of precipitated hulk If of cheesecloth, about cht Inches pqnare, filled with oat ai sotae powdered borax, pnlveriied amie Map and HtUe powdered or-' rtxit and used In tha bath aro da-- tci raado Soft CoaJ, Hard Coal, Crushed Coke, Lignite, Slack or Wood. No stove putty is used in the construction of this economical stove; it is not necessary, owing to the atcntcl construction which makes the stove practically jointlcss Cole's Hot Blast is the only heating stove in the world which is guaranteed to remain always On nccount of the absolutely construction of Cole's Original Hot "last Stoves, gases and the fuel are held back until they are consumed four uy tuc paicnicu top not Wast clralt, and bom uHH-PvTTMail and heat aaaHiaaaaVBI JO"" gases other stoves which csca( uptothe chimney with are thus s.ied your profit and comfort soft coal is half gas. Aa a result HaaaaaV i JaaaNa is never out and the aHHLVBBJH JO'n,tT of this saving the fire or three hours in the rooms arc heated for two anaaaaaaaHEk morning with the coal put in the Cole's Hot ULut Stovo the night before r"" HBBSBBBBBBT r"rt'r rnnctpiirrlnn Mothlt JMJtr koMUHCiiltl-u- l w IJCVoiWAr wfti7B Mwawaa Kote the straight steel jacket encasing the heavy cost rutTT B4aaaa9laVHaBaBBWrv,TT feed door placed at the front iron fire box inside, nnd the guaranteed smoke-proo- f JnifaHSB- -t of the top in Cole's Hot Blast Stove, shown by cut No. I, doing away with putty joints at top and bottom of fire pot and around the door frame on other stoves as shown by cut No. 3. The water-tigsteel bottom and patented compound xhlnge for ash door, also the patented steel collar for joining the ash door frame to the heavy steel body so CtT N i. 5howi lr Iraklnc putty that it cannot le loosened by action of the fiercest heat, while of only technical Joint ConMf ucllon ot cthr (ot. interest, are special features in Uie Original Hot Dlast Stove which combine to make It Die mxt economical heating stove in the world Wc are Exclusive Agents avoid Imitations. You cannot ntloni to say to yourscn, "aiy oia stove or nn imitation stoe at a little less price will have to do this winter." Other style stoves and all imitations of this Original Hot Dlast arc made with stove putty joints, and when you stop to think thsi t u Mel on the tirst cost ol me stove means Uie Joss ot $50 10 moo in tuei during me uie 01 the stove, you will readily kc the advantage of buying Cole's Original Hot Dlast, .which holds fire just as well and is just as economical in fuel after years of use as the first day it was put op. KGiUnmiER that the words "Cole's Original Hot Dlast freta Chicago" appear oa the Original IHitcnted Ilot.Iilast stow. None genuine without this. Burn Do your Paint best : : : painting now. Warren's by every test. W. A. SfflKI Dodds. Members Co., : : : : : . ot tho Mud Creek Tele. of- air-tig- are requested to meet at the air-tig- LgH v fice of Mayor Dillon, in Hickman, 2 o'clock next Saturday afternoon. Lewis AtwIU, Chairman. at aH : : rinntlin Mrs.W. Q. Reeves left Tuesday for St. Louis after a visit to her mother Mrs. M. E. Rose, and alsters, Mrs. J. R. Brown and Mrs. It. R. Burnett und W. J. Harper. W. O. Anderson, one of the Courier's good friends, has our thanks for a jug ot as fine "sorghum lasses" wo over tasted. LOTS FOR SALE: I have 7 good lots In West Hickman which I will sell singly or as a whole. L. P. : : : : : : : : Jt Save $50.00 to $200.00 : : ..... : : : : : : : Savo from ?1 to $2 a thousand and get a better shingle direct from our mill. Yates & Kirk Shlnglo Co. Miss Llnnlo Threlkeld, of Woodland Mills, visited her brother, Harry, and family, this week. Miss MotUo Travis and Mrs. Ella Henderson attended Uie fair In Dresden last week. Miss MinnJo Bowcn, of Uie Jordan neighborhood, 'was here last week a few days. ' ' : : : : : from homo tho bent remedy in rellero tho pain from the bit of an Ineect la continual application of freth damp earth. A cruabed burdock leaf will alio rrducn tha awelllnic ben at homo there aro few thlngi Vitcr than a tlleo of raw onion bound on tightly and chanced whan It be rt'inea warm. Grape hfro potaeh and tartario arid toRether with n Brent percentage of iuKar They, net most beneficially on tho blood, clcnnio the ayatnm, make 'ha akin puro and frco from blemlihe and aro very Rood for dyapeptlea Banana aro nearly all nourUbment, are free from fiber nnd aro recommended for un by tboae with delicate dlRoa-tlr- rr Hickman Hardware Company INCORPOIIATED : : : : : t!!!. Th- - lid was only partially on Sun- - A Fulton County Apple Orchard (Old Dickinson 1'lnco) Imv returned to Clovarport, Ivy.. aflr a vMt with their aunt Mrs. K. M Mlm Cleorni and Stollft W'eaUier-bo- it Why not havo your pants made at home where you can see Just how thoy are made. Give Schmidt, the Tnllor, a trial. Dan Brlggs has accepted a position in tho office of tho Mengel Box Coiuitany. DAILY DIET HINTS By DH. T. J. ALLSN Food Sfcdillst. OMIT LARGELY MEAT SUMMER. IN power. ltyu Why Dresses Fade. Fading Is often caused by too hot Iron Tho fading of colored articles la dip often not to tho wnshlng. but th Ironing. Ton hot Irons ari used directly on tho material, and this will fade dell-citcolors more than any amount of washing Tho effect Is oven worsa 'lu.n strong sunlight lie suro Hint the article Is erenlr 'Ampennd and thnt the Iron Is only li't enough to smooth tho wrinkles rri perly by firm, even pressure and "U will havo no moro trouble- from e - Lawrenoi Coombs was here I'riday and SAUirday of last week. fawtfafCft raai ' sL ' jTMf' 1 a JHLjteh t 1 a ff vavH l4kAtNi of Amoriean clgRrrtt ni tnhnroos are bulng reduced in lnflntifROttirara to make upj rise by for Uw iHomiMd revenue tax Impos ad uixm tfctttu by U10 tariff. A nearby exchange says: Oeno Bnlloy got six cars of watermelons off eight acres and received $565 or per acre. And Mr. Slater, at j $70 Campbell, got $12S,60 from a scant ' two acres ot cantaloupes. This is a Up to Fulton county farmers. Why farm 100 acres when you can make U10 same money on 25? J. J. Ml Ilondiiront and daugliu-rHiiolle. Biwnt Friday at tlw fair C. , at Dretxlan. fRtlng Skirts must nover bo Ironed acrois An increased annual tar of moro tho gores, but up nnd down; other-vlu-n Uinii $100,000,000 has boon saddled tho fit of tho garment Is ruined. upon Uie American people through In creased freight rates within U10 last Smoke-dra- y Tunic. The few years wlUiout opiosltIoii by tho enough. The Intcst Pnrls color effect Is the govominent. Hut this Is not moko-graor not tunic ovor Tho railroads want still moro revenchiffon yellow, coral, nprlcnt nnd rosn under-lining- s ue nnd as hmii as U10 November of taffeta or satin, dray with are over It Is bollovcd Uioy yollow Is odd and oxtromnly populnr will be allowed to boost tholr ratos with tho artistic Parisian Thero Is co hlghor. prottler combination In slmdos than a couple of notchoH dull gray nnd burnt orange, nnd this, too. Is being seen In tho tunic effect. Nat IXiLeon, of Ihiyouvillo, Mo., If not Is used, It rhouid bo the coarso silk net Somotlmes theso was hero the latter part of last wok. tunics aro trimmed with a touch ol silver or gunmetnl cmbroldory, which emphaslzos the bright color beneath- rUiur Shaw was bore from Stato Lino Monday. Submit far tha CaurUr. Tho farmers In this secUon aro marketing tho largost crop of cotton In years and the high price of Uils commodity Is going to fill HIckman'B The products of which nre unexcelled even by coffers full of money. Fulton counthe famous Oznrks. ty yields more cotton per acre according to Uy S. Uovornmont StnUs-tlc- s Hickman la ono ot tho greatest Tho Kentucky soldiers now iu camp Uian any county in tho U. S. at Fort Harrison, Intl., aro certainly towns iu Uils part of tho country for playing In tough luck. Thoro whs n corn shipments nnd U10 fanners have Edwin Fuqua has resigned his post-Uo- n collision on 0110 of tho trains that one ot U10 largest crops thoy have wIUi tho Mongol Box Co., and Harri- ever mndo. This means one ot tho carried somo or them to Fort week and soveral of the most prosperous years In tho history accepted a position with tho Union son hist City Commercial. Kentucky boys wero seriously Injur- of Hickman. soldier dlod a few ed; n Frankfort days ago very suddenly; ono ontlro Miss .Mario Knocrr has returned Tho Hickman Courier and Weekly company was Blck for soveral days to CaruUiorsville after an extended Commercial Appeal, both ono year from citing aomo poorly cooked visit to friends in this city. for $1.25. Oct them now. beans, several of Uiem havo been In Jail for stealing post cards, and a Every day Is Bargain Day at E. R. Eat w'hat you want pay only for number of other mishaps too numer(CopyrlKlil, 19i, by Jonepb U. Bowles.) what you eat Andy's Restaurant. Ellisons Cash Store. mouUon. ous to s Authorities generally aqree we eat too much met, especially in summer. As warm weather comes, tha meat ration should be reduced, and fruits and vegetables Increased. Pork, especially, should be omitted In hot weather, Including bacon. The least objectlon.ib.e of all the meats are freth white fish, Oys.ors mutton and veal. should not be eaten In warm weather. There Is nothing In A flesh that Is not In nuts. pound of peanuts contains more nourishment than two pounds of meat. Walnuts are aUovery nutritious. The appetite for meat Is largely a habit, which can be easily overcome. A common error Is the Idea that eggs must be substituted when meat Is eliminated. The principal element for which eggs are eaten Is albumen, ard there la an excess of albumen In nuts, so that they need to be balanced with fruits. The theory that meat, especially, furnishes strength Is an error. In all the great walking contests, which Is a fair test of endurar.ee, have the been the leaders. The English and Americans are the c,"atest meat-eaterIn the world, but the consumption of flesh per capita Is declining eteadlly In both countries. that f: ; V 'W-- -- w i .lk a ' Jj5- - J Wt & J- - I 5 j Buy Ice Coupon Books AND SAVE 10 PER CENT ON YOUR ICE BILL No ice will be charged. The drivers will cither 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 lor ae- livery. jjg $S I j 5 & jtt This rule will not apply to soda fountains, butch- : .1 i er snops, nsn aoocs anal oiner ilarge users uif itc, us their accounts will be on file at our office. rill Hickman Ice & Coal Co. g ar. t. xiXjiXjC3xr, jvirtJLxox'. (INCORPORATED.) - smssjmss&wmmmmMmmi 0 1 1 g m Service and Safety We offer you a complete banking service and provide absolute safety for your funds. We want your banking business, and whether your account be large or small, we will extend every consistent banking accommodation and will protect your interests with the same oare and fidelity that we apply to our own. It is our busioess 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 rcope of a modern banking institution. Come in and see us when we can be of setvice to you. person by Uio clothes tie wears. Dont trj' to make your fortune by easier means tlmn hard work. Dont speak carelessly of a ladles" cliaractor. It Is hor only anchor. Dont forget that tho best niul tho greatest man that over walked tho earth was a boy. Dont haunt the lady of jour aholco at a ball, partj' or picnic. Sho has certain civilities to pay elsewhere. Dont fix your stare on tho fair ones Who pass along the street. To ttfare at anyone Is not UKUily at all. Dont neglect your business. Take pains to do jour work well. Good workmen nre always to demand. Dont sneer at the opinions of oth ers. You may learn wwuom rroiu those far less pretentious than your- lf. Dont swear. It U not necewjiry nnd does no good. It Is neither wise, manly nor pollto, nor agreeable to othors. Dont grow up to be a soured old Inohelor, when there aro so many true and lovely girls that will make such oxcollont wives. Dont flirt with a young lady to whom you are a perfect stratiKur. It looks most ridiculous; and you may get thrashed for It some day. Dont unneootiBarlly make enemies. The good will of a dog Is better than his 111 will. Hut dont aripplo your In dependence and your Individuality to please friends. Jealousy. It or "Yes" nnd stick to It. Tench hor how to wear a calico dress and to wear It llko a queen. Tonoh hor how to bow on buttons, darn stockings and mend gloves. Tench her to dress for henlth and comfort as woll as nppenranoe. Boys, Don't. Toaoh her to cultivate flowers nnd Dont forgot dint you aro to bo men to keep tho kitchen garde. nnd husbands. Teach hor to make the neatest Don smoko In tho presence ot la- room in tho house. dles. It is never respectful. Teach hor to have nothing to do E)ont measure your rwpoct to n with Intemperate or dissolute young men. Tench her that tight laolng la uncomely, as well as Injurious to health. Teach Tier to reward tho morals and ImbltH, and not money In selecting her associates. Tench her to observo the old rule "A place for ovwrythlng and everything in Its plnce," TVook her that music, drawing and painting are real accomplishment In tho home, nnd nro not to bo neglect ed If there be time and tuom-- for their use. Teach htr the Important truism "That the more she lives within Income the. more she will save and tho further she will net away from y Yet you may conali tomorrow! Better lie prepared for it v'.tu It comes. Ask your doctor about keeping Ayers Cherry Pectoral In Mi. Iioitie. Then when the hard cold or cough first appears you liavo a doctor':; medicine at hand. Your doctor's approval of its use will certainK set all doubt at reot. Do nr he says, jle Know- cyerCo.,.ot.A; No alcohol In this cough medicine. Kobuit health constipation i a Ureal safetfiuwd aflokud attacks of Ihawt and luntf troullrt ' i n mwiw ui uosiroy wc uri i i. Not CorUi!njri! Today? wi (r Sprinkling Rates FOR 1010 hr The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May 1st and ending November 1st, 1010, in residence section, is the poor-house- . 50 foot front and under . . . ' $6 $6 Teach her that a good, steady, church gutaff mechanic, furtNT. or leather 'without a emit, is worth more Umh forty loafers or !hh producers In broadeloib. drk 8c for each additional foot. Business house rate, each door This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. Wheti Htoet iKople are not taking medicine to cure them, they are eating soHtetfetMg to uwke them sick ert more surface In Hickman. Warren's Paint tho heaviest; covthe best paint sold W. A. Doddt. HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. Incorporated VV ORIGIN AMERICANS OF STYLES IDEAS if Our Stock is Complete and 1 TAKE THEIR FROM PARIS. r mini txmmam ; fc i mrrOTMjlKLll i T wwmmmm r TT T jfcuiwqiu.MfaEra $65, 000.00 ON h himm 1 Capital and Surplus, INTEREST K. T. TYLER. PAID TIME DEPOSITS Ait't Chler Preit. V. C. REED. Caihler JOHN PYLE. IB: f'V."WV. fvWtvWt j. a. cotton & (INCORPORATED) v CO. m How fortunate It is that thoro ts not a jealous person among our largo family of renders. Wo do not know Fashion Must De Followed Even Though the Styles of Oovxns and of one; do you? Suoh being tho ease Millinery Cannot Be Made we onn severely censure these Jealto Look Attractive. ous people that are to bo found In most all other communities. Tho first BY FRANCES QROSVENOR. boy ever born was Jealous. If you remember Cain took a rough stick All at once, from tho quarters ot and killed his brother Abel because the compass, comes an inquiry into he was jealous. The sacrifice of A- - the origin ot tho styles with which Llel had been accepted while Cain's American women are blessod or afor their was rojeeted. Jealousy is simply a flicted in the fashioning clothes. It seems that our apparel, grief wo experience on nceount of especially In tho matter of millinery, Their su- has not only failed to ploaso our men tho superiority of others periority In talout. wealth, beauty, folks iwbo fain would worship at tho vlrtuo or social or political recognl-tirn- . shrino of beauty adorned), but has It Is tho shadow of other people's success which clouds our lives It in tho thunder of our neighbors popularity which sours the milk of ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Millionaire Canned Goods Hcinz's Varieties of Pure Food Products Chase & Sanborn' Coffees and Teas (tetloenrTHeplHwe m'v.li In swnt f OHO MKIKM. HtHHH MKATM M rHKlHTtriTH. Telephone 6 3 Deliveries Ledford & Randle j 1 $ t i t t t Plumbers -- A.:rxraD $ i Tinners WORK IN BOTH BRANCHES EXBCUTED PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY t t u Phone 65 Hickman, Ky. i human klndnw in us. It is the father and mothor of half the woes and crimes of tho human rnco. Whon you henr a man or woman abused, drive In on the defendant a sldo. Watch for oxcellonces m oth era rather than for defeats, morning glories instead of night shades If some one is mora beautiful than you thank God that you have not so many perils of vanity to contend wl'h If Homo ono has mora wealth than you, thank God that you havo not so great a stewardship to answer for If some ono gets a higher office In church or siato you can thank God thtro aro not bo many to wish for the hasten Ing of your obsequies. If you aro a sailed by Jealousy tnke It as a compliment, for pcoplo aro nover jealous of a failure. Substitute for joal Seeing ousy an Gloating omulation othors Industrious let us work more hours. Life is short at tho longest; let It all bo filled up with helpfulness for othors work and sympathy for each other's misfortunes, and our arms full of whlto mnntols to cover up tho mistakes and failures of othors. Surely this world Is largo for jou and all your rivals. God has givon you a work to do. Go ahead and do it Mind your own business. In all circles, in all kinds of is desire to inform my friends that I am now sole proprietor of the Coal business which formerly belonged Hickman Ice & Coal Co., and am now prepared to give you the best of service in this line. I am now selling genuine I to-th- e Notice Pittsburg Coal 40 A TON provoked a rovolt on tho part ot many Womon during tho past My office will be at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Phone No. 48 year business. In all professions there room for straightforward successes. Cash Book Store J. KELLY SMITH Attorney One .tenth t-Law What to Teach Girls. Teach her that dollar. Toach 100 cents make Splendid Selection a New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Call and See Our Stock her to arrange tho parlor Clinton, Kentucky of jff fets to ChrtstUnlbt. and library. Teach her to say "No" and mean PILESI PILE8I Everything Mary Berendes & Co. Your grocery order will receive to prompt attention If telephoned Bettersworta & Prather. Both phones. Anything you want that wo haven't got In Furniture we will be glad to order It for you. Hickman Furniture Company. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment, will euro Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS. It absorb the tumors, allays Itching once, acta as a poultice, gives Inyou neglected your kidneys? at Have stant relief. Williams' Pile Ointment Have you overworked your nervous system and caused trouble with your la prepared for Piles and itching of parts. by Hickman the kidneys and bladder? Have you pain Drugprlvato and $1.Sold Co, COc Williams' Mfg., In loins, side, back, groins and blad- Co., Prop., Cleveland, Ohio. der? Have you a flabby appearance of the face, especially under the yea Bulte'a Excellence Is the name of Too frequent a desire to pass urine? If so, William ' Kidney Pills will cure our new, high grade flour, guaranteed to be the best la Hickman. Your you Hlckmar. Drug Co., Price EOe. money back If aoi satiiflei. Betters- Stiboorlfco for the Courier. worth ft Frather. Tho "Merry Widow" nnd tho "Peach Basket" (alluring namoa for hats), called down tho wrath or our malo relatives, mado us tbo sport of tho caricaturist In tho dally pross, nnd even provoked a rovolt on our part How did we come by such atrocious mllllnoryT Mr. Doh tells us It was foisted on us bjvtho Kronch, In who.n we havo had such faith for so long a Umo. All this commotion served as advertising, and thousands of us went on our way not eoronely Rotting in everybody's else way with our "merry widows," and rosembllng toadstools under our "poach baskets," de feating our own o (Torts to look attract lve and morltlng the settlod conviction In many minds thnt women aro hopolcasly foolish whon It comes to following the fashion. Our conglomeration of modols comes to us through many chnnnols and "It Is the style," or "They are woaring this" are bound to cpixbo to bo a big stick. We aro doatlncd to becomo more Independent ln our choice or styles and to wonr millinery or which even our mnle kin will bo compelled to admit "It is beautiful" and "It Is suited to you." Wo will not care a fig about who Is wearing It or whether somebody else made It the stylo or not It will bo In tho trond of fashion, othorwlao our menfolk would pronounco It too conspicuous, and everybody will be brppy when everybody is suited. Your orders appreciated, whether large or small. A. A. FARIS Farmers and Merchants Bank Clinton Street, Hickman, Ky. ...ABSOLUTE "SAFETY... is the basis that wc offer to depositors. Other inducements are of secondary importance. Upon this gunrantce wc SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE H. 1IUOHANAN. l'rcildent j. a. THOMPSON, J. M. LMilor H.nuclmtmii T. A. Ledford J. J. DIHKOTOItH O. llouilurnnt O. ll.Tlirolkeld It. M. Iiler Dr. J.W Alexander llulitmnl Ilt'kman Furniture Co., for undertakers goods. If thero Is a bluo mark on your The Hickman Fur. Co. will sur Courier dont fall to renew this month prise you In the matter ot low prices as all papers are discontinued at tho and good goods. Don't take our word expiration of Uw Urn, but eone see for yourself. a4 a Section 3 t " N,,W LIVING ,, but pounir print '.' ( Kentucky :ng I THE HICKMAN COURIER The Courier has a Spankin' Goad Team' Grease the Rxles NO. Help the West Levee Proposition; it will be a Corkins Good Investment ! Section 3 A BLUE MARK IIKRE mconi that yonr Imi expired lUinew pro.nptlr II yon' want the pap r to com e to yon after Ihli ninotb Up is the Team that Pulls the Commercial Ulaoon up the hill of Success. I at Yaur Ulagon. Did Man, and Let's Hitch whole no. VOLUME - u' PArER WESTERS KLKTUOIY ni aa HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1910. ESTABLISHED IN TEE YEAR 1WOO aoai "The Sweetest Things," Below wo print a list of now subscribers and renewals for tho present nionUi. Tlkey aro certainly a handsomo and accomplished lot of folks. May tho Lord bless them: "i Listen to Us We believe that on the points of storekeeping which draw people irresistably a pleasant store to shop in, quick and cheersul attention to customers, prompt delivery and so on we are equal to the best in Kentucky. We have no "patent" on our way of doing business. There is nothing except I I am -- ?'-" -, I 1 B y Mrs. Margraf, St. Louis. . am ? . if trlhis i.space was reserved ? - .. u iinc lie . -j uiauc u ,-- "; sal tit, they arc so blamed, haven't time to talk advertising. t all-fire- k:iu iiiv.iistnu lAr Uji nHtfnrtiljimjnt uu4-l.i- l d ,:. j,. uiji for ison Brothers. ..... oiuiv. Kllf Lloyd Naylor, Lexington, Ky. Iss Virginia Cole, Macon, Miss. W. A. Naylor, city. A. J. Wright, city. I)r E. M. Crutchflold, city. J C. Sargent, city, C I. 1 lagan, route 1. Bon Hertweck, city. I A. Brock, city. P D. Bodies. Florence. Ala. It W. Croddock, rout 4. NIm Walkor, city. Harry Downing, Tlptonvillo. Mary Denies, city, Albert, ilcMurry, Mt. Vernon, Ala. Mrs. Fannlo Everett, Bcssio, Tenn. Richmond & Bond, Memphis, Tenn. Edgar Williams, Itouto 1. Mrs. VIrglo McLaughlin, city. Miss Annie Ballow, Cayco. W. Y. Hammons, Itta Bona, Miss. E. S. Cruco, Cayco. Albert Dennis, city. Ij. M. Carter, routo 4. Artlo Williams, routo 2. Mrs. H. C. Burch, Friar's Point, SI Good Values Good Drugs Good Service Mmfr that compel people to come to us. No store anywhere excels us in giving full measure in these points. Try us and find out. - 'Wmw aff MKffliiM busy they Editor. Miss. B i " VJ 'HMiM Farms for Sale, man, ' "- -i bouKos to evory 25 acres Fugitives Gaught. large barns and ono of tho flNtrt ptaew bolow lllclunan, It Is kowB at tho IMahr frm, five miles IVitor and Smith Hronnum, aged Fne Farming Land for Sale on from Htekwan, pric $TI an aore. were JO aud 23 years respectively, Ttecrmt. No. 6 Otw fnrm of 3S aons one captured county, Arle.Sept. in Desha miles below Hickman, and S6, and will bo returned to Union stables, etc., price $86 good houim, City, Tonn., where they broko Jail, "K. to got out of buslne. 1 rh aer. tngethor with six others, lost March. 1M WoJ to soil off nil of my V4 No. T. One fann of 170 acres Tho brothers wore with a party of i ami Mil offur iomt) as filmland lllokmon, 110 aors In officers, - world on almost any terms mUm bow 4 fishormon and the Arkansas ctiWreltoH. balanoa In woods lot. by a clevor bit of detectlvo work, a purohauor may" tlealre. 1'rlce $76 flowd houses, steblss eto. captured thorn without any trouble. l I have ono' fnnn of 200 n- per ncr. Veto Hronnum was known as Joe f mllo north of Dodds' No. 8. One farm of 1700 acres (our llox, while Smith wont under tho ono 'i' on N. 0. & St. Ij. It'., main place) flno barns, good houses. name of Clias. Henderson. Tho formmile east of East Hickman 100 acres In alfalfa, prices furnMil er had red hair but had dyed it ii. 1(0 acres tn cultivation, bal- on application. black. Tthoy expressed a willingness in tlmbtir. mostly fine peoans. AH of this land Is protected by tho to return to Tennessee They will f ihU land Is above overflow 36 to 60 bushals nerve out tliotr ten and fifteen year i" iH'on land. Has a largo barn levw ami produces aoro, n bale of cotton. I terms in Uio penitentiary on a mur oumii niul a stable. Ha boon of wheat any orop tnat ou ' ''"'r and uiKturo for tho last 41 alfalfa,toami In fact also have several der charge ptent. 1 " $11,000 will buy this propor-- wish scattered over Park, Va. or 30 per rxnt cash, balaneo. good twnt hous that I will sell ' Rev. D. W. Bryant, Klraberlln Hts., in Fixtures. twenty years if desired, at 0 the City of Hickman Putting of good Tenn. nt a bargain, also 76 bend m interest. old In the spring. Jesso Ray, city. - Parni or 00 acres bolow mutes, three years and a s, Jesse Johnson, Cayco. , all In cultivation, 3 houses 16 now fixtures for Uio Peoples The besides 50 or Miss Dora Smith, routo 1. by Hick- - lot of suckling colt, hhI barn, 2 miles from Bank are being put in this week r.n croi! brood mares and somo fine W. O. Reed, city. Hood public road. This placo oxjwrts sent out by Uio house, "' two also 60 good work mules Elbert Stnlir, Lebanon, Tonn. and will likely bo finished by Satur"'own an Uio Laudtirdalo farm. Jsrsey UUo. It. C. Mntson, State Line. mo you buy dlroct day night. It Is a handsomo outfit "ko $60 per aero, sumo tornis In buying from commisO. W. Mencee, Clinton. and will bo a iiovi. Uio ownor. having no oak und marble from Miss Emma Mnnsfleld, Greendalo, N" 3 Ono pluco of 240 acres. 7 sions to pay somo dealer. credit to any town. Their new burg proof safe arrived yesterday and Ky. hoiiBoH and n nlco cot- 'nant on S, lar Miss Lizzie HctUuan, Oorman, Mo. For further particulars cal ' all In cultivation, ten acros In la being lut in plnco, and other Im T. D. Lauderdale, Wayland, Tex. . DODDS, Hickman, Ky. llfa provements go merrily on. Tho Cou-rio- r orchard, and L. sood poach J. A. LftUdordnle, HarporBvIllo Tox. barns. Thin placo has also been pressed Into ser known aa Miss Paulino Caldwell, Paducah. doslgns In our vice and has about completed a big I6G.00 por 'ohnson placo. l'rlco Notice tho different Bob Powell, routo 4. slips, etc., Uio real order of checks, doposlt high art Plates depleting W. R. Colo. Apache. Ariz. N' 4. Omi fnrm of D00 acres, 1C0 taste and and tho now lmrtltuUon will be ready tiling In drcsH for men of Mrs. Llzilo Hlnes, Tlptonvillo. or tho In cultivation, balance tlcmlon- - roflnumont.-- H. for business in Uio early part E. Curlln. Ed Whlto, Union City. coming month. xc.pt merchantable tlmbor, five Chaa. T. Isbell, routo 2. Miss Iluth llur-UrL H Anderson and ''" from Hickman, seven Nalfoh & Deeber, Klefer, Okla. popular young pcopta of Uils two "nt houses, threw barns, price Is For the convenience of Uio public, Methodist Cliavn George, city. for cleared tend and $40 for un-v- city were married at the nev. wo keep on hand a supply of blank I yostorday afternoon, 'Mils Is picked land and hot-"- " parsonage checks on Uio banks at Fulton, Co W Wilson, officiating. pleasing photos By ArtlsUc and 0 Un cannot bo foilnd. In this lumbus, Moscow, Woodland Mills, No. 5, Ono farm of 425 acres, all See lXxlds' real ostato list ion City and Hickman, II. B. Ourun, Gtah NOW. cultivation, four mile bolow Hick lssuo, trim 'iw-hal- ir W, B. Qibson, city. II. H. Lacy, city. Joo Ridley, city. Fred Llllkor, Cayco. Lcsllo Roper, city. J, S. Jordan, Moscow. J. R. Hutchlns, city. Bon Johnson, city. Kent Harper, routo 1. Hickman Ind. Tel Co., city. W. A. Campbell, Moscow. Alra. Jano Ullls, city. A, E. Wheeler, routo 2. It. II. Kirk. city. W. B. Clark, State Lino. U A. Donnell, city. J. L. Chambers, city. A. C. Green, routo 4. Mrs. Dock Burnett, Union City. J. A. McBrido, routo 6. R, J. Patterson, Mo ran, Tex. J. IU Taylor, Rutherford, Tonn. O. L. Collins, BlackfooU Idaho. D. A-- Luton, Union City. S. N. White, BrooksvlUo, Fla. Dr. J. M. Hubbard, City. J. II. Maddox, city. D. J. Coram, Pinola, Miss. J. C. Darnott, routo 2. Lewis Ilegmon, city. J. A. Mooro, Rayvlllo, La. J. W. Long, city. Robt Griggs, city. John McMurry, Clio, Tex. Mrs. M. E. Nail, Bolivar, Tenn. Miss Marguerite Fuqua, Cleveland, Tenn. IU R. Francisco, Mansfield, Tonn. Wm. WhiUoy, Routo 2. S. W. Lauderdale, Wayland, Tex. Miss WilUo Curlln, routo 1. Mrs. Molllo Cobb, city. II. ,C. Shell, uity. Mrs. A. M. Roper, routo 4. Harold DoBow, Lexington, Ky. Miss Ivy Tnnkcrsloy, Memphis. A, E. DoBow, Louisville. Judgo R, S. Murroll. city. J. M. Roper, routo 4. J. W. Walton, city. Joo' A. Roper, Cayco. S. A. Brooks, city. Jim Williams, city. Miss Ruby Lewis, city. Vernon Royer, Bayouvlllo, Mo. E. I). Johnson, city. W. E. Baniott, routo 2. J. S. Mosler, routo 2. B. C. Clark, routo 1. . Miss Lillian Choato, Randolph-Macon Helm & Ellison By reason of the late Sunday Closing Act we are not open all day Sunday, but all prescriptions will have prompt attention if you phone J. C. Ellison, No. 4:1. Miss Llnnlo Threlkeld, of Wood- land Mills, visited her brother, II. B. Threlkeld, and family first of Uio week. Tiho Circuit Court, Circuit Court Is in session rural froo delivery of mall, has ton th is week. put many country poatofflces out of Thero wero quite a number of moOno of Uio latest to tions and resolutions, demurrers and commission. closo up shop la Viola, In Graves demurrers entered. county, which was established somo The case of Rev. M. E. Dodd vs. forty years ago. Dally Leader et al., aws set for Monday of next week. Road "Truxton King." In case of Stato vs. Luther Mc-Clal- at Ful- charged with selling whiskey, the Jury returned verdict of not guilty. In caso of Stato vs. Andy Gardner charged with giving whiskey to minor, Jury found defendant not guilty. In case of Stato vs. Will Russ, who was charged with malicious shooUug, he entered plea of shooting in heat and passion and was fined $75 and costs. Tho criminal docket was called and all cases went by for Uie time do a to Uio Burton murder case. After considerable effort a Jury was finally go Hon to hear this caso and it Is now being tried. Burton shot mid killed a dotccUvo by thu namo of Wmy, who was employed to run down bootleggers In Fulton, and Uio outcomo is being watched with Intersud-Xlcn est. Court will convene In Hickman next week. Woodland Mills. J. M. Glenn la on Uio sick list. Jim Jones Is building a new residence. T. C. Berry Is building a now Edgar Bnuihnm resl-denc- o. Is improving his store house. L. T. Holiowny and wifo havo from a trip to Nashville-- . Gus Prather and Harry Prultt aro attending tho fair in Momphls this week. Miss Mary Hunter Flack, of Union City, Is tho guost of rolnUvs hero this week. Will Flack, of Crockott. and sis tor, Mrs. Paul Jonos, of Union City, wero the .guests of T. M. Flack and family tills week. Charloy Prather, of Botesvllle. Ark., wis tho guest of his parents last week Ho was accompanied homo by his sister, Mary, who will attend sohool there. "GET MEASURED" Tis the proper way. far-fam- ed 1 1 Gentle- men who appreciate the finer things in Dress are invited to Interlook over the national line of Styles and Fabrics. All wool only at popular prices. d MILLET & ALEXANDER tiMifc IU s r T,te.h. t;u-tfa?- ;, Siei3A&iiiid!iikWMcxa)n THE HICKMAN COURIER "Cmti SPEER Wtslcrn Krntocki & SEXTON, ROOSEVELT HAS Business Directory -- ASK mtlheVeV)" PUBLISHERS FOR RATES- - "GUARD" LICKED -- Subscription Rates, $1.00 per year WOODLAWN DAIRY. A. H. Leet, Prop, llCBt Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 26th, 1910. WETS LOSE SIX THIRTEEN Official MOTES LOU PAYNE, A3 CMIS3ARY OF OLD GUARD, WELCOMES THE of Milk .and Uuttor di Homo Phono No. 27 McMUIIRY & FLAT Attorney t : Law r,j IN ARKANSAS VOTE FOR LIQUOR. RUSSEL JOHNSON, Hickman, Ky. COLONEL. Dear Sir: Please let everybody know that we are now ready to sell lots in Richmond & Bond Co.'s New Business Subdivision, and that we will soon have store buildings ready to sell or rent. Let them know that they can buy lots on very easy terms and put up store buildings on them which will bring good interest on the investment, and which in five years will be worth ten times the money. 1 am coming up there next week to help you in this work because I don't want anybody to have the excuse that they "did not know about it or they would have bought." I want the young men to buy these lots because it will enable them to save their money by the month and increase their capital to such an extent that they will have a nest egg for a fortune. I know there's not enough lots to go around, but want everybody to have an equal chance, and if anyone gets left it will be his own fault. A young man can pay us $25 down on a lot and put up a stand for $75, making the total cash he has paid out $100. He can rent this stand for $10 per month and this will pay his lot out and in five years he will have a place worth $2,000, for which he has paid $100 in cash. Is it possible to beat this investment? I don't want many stands like this in the snbdivision, but just mention it to show the possibilities and to start some of the young men figuring. J. Pierpont Morgan said : " If you are a bull on the future of America you are bound to make money. Yours very truly, G. B. BOND. BIG FIGHT IS EXPECTED Offlco ovor lltckmnu Drug Hickman, Ky. Conn, ' i Made Gains In State Republicans Initiative Amendment Carried. Returns Show ft' 1 I Little Rock, Arlt, Sept. 27. The ofrecent tho ficial dcturns from atate election are In and the results, as declared by Secretary of State Lud-wishow that tho "wets" lost six counties tn the state. The following counties voted for liquor license: Chicot, Cross, Desha, Fulton, Garland, Jefferson, Lee, Lin t, coin, Phillips, Poinsett, Prairie, Sebastian. Two years ago the number of wet counties was 19. Amendment No. 10, providing for the Initiative and referendum, carried by a constitutional majority of 17,020, accepting the vote cast for governor as tha basis; while amendment No. 11, exempting cotton mills from taxation, was lost by a majority of 1S79. The total vote cast for governor was 160,620, and upon this basis the amendment must have received moro than a majority of that vote, or 74,311. The vote on the amendments was as follows: No. 10. for, 92.331; against, 39.267; actual majortly, 53,064. No. 11, for, 73,432; against, 45.700; Actual majority, 27,732. George W. Donaghey (Dem.) received a total of 10L549' votes for governor to 39,850 for Andrew I. Roland 9 (Soc). Donaghey's plurality was and his majority oyer all, 52,478. Donaghey lost only two counties-New- ton by 197 votes and Searcy by 139. These two counties are normally (Republican. Pu-laskCL-09- Usual Jubilant and Cheering Vanguard Is Mining at Sadatoga Monday Delegates Look Ing Grim, BETTER8WORTH 4. PRATHER Groceries City Delivery; both pWuus N "Host of Ever;'' ng" HICKMAN PURNITURE CO Funeral Directors and Emcalmtrt, g, f i I I I I I . I I J POSTAL KEYMEN TO STRIKE Chicago, and, Possibly. Whole United States May Be Affected by Walkout Chicago, Sept 27. Unless the differences between the Postal Telegraph company and 1U employes Is ipatched up In the next few days, It is possible the city of Chicago, If not the iWhole United States, will be Involved lln a telegraph strike. Officers of the local union say they Mire prepared to strike and that the s support of the Order of Railway union has been promised to Toleg-pher- Auto Ran Away. Mr, Houck's Plow. Mr. Houck, who Is planning to build a railroad from tho Capo to Charleston, Dorcna and Hickman, Is not on! a railroad bull dor but a planter. Ho has bought a gasollno motor plow to uso on his big farm. Tho ongine has a capacity to draw four large plows, but an tho trial was made In heavy gumbo soli, and as tho machine was now and tho men inexperienced, only three of the pIowh ware put into sorvlco. Result of tho day's work waB saven acre of soil thoroughly plowed by tho labor of two men, at an expenditure of about 25 cents in gasoline for each a ore. them. The trouble started over the alleged dismissal by the company of several linen for attending union meetings and for Joining unions. Tho men declare they will insist on jtavlng the right to Join any organixa-'tlo- n they see fit and that If tho company falls to agree with them they will call a strike. "" 3TRA1NMEN DIE IN WRECK Missouri Pacific Freight and PassenNear ger Come Together Head-oHermann, Mo. n Joffersoa City, Mo., Sept. 27. Three mere killed In a wreck at Hermans the Missouri Pacific at 7:15 Ga morning. Engineer "Billy" Mur-ijhof St Louis, well known through-lou- t the state, was one of the unfory, Esq. John Boaz, a prominont cltl-zeof Graves county and a resident of near Boaz, was perhaps fatally injured Sunday when an automobile. In which he was riding with a party of friends, plunged Into n deep ravine by tho road side. Esq. Boaz Is the owner of a car and qulto an enthusiastic autolst. Ho was not driving his car at tho time tho accident occurred but woa riding In a friend's car with a Uttlo boy driving. Tho lad lost control of tho car and the machine plunged to tho bottom of a twenty-foo- t ravine. Mr. Boaz was tho only occupant of the oar who was seriously hurt Ho had two ribs torn loose from his o backbono and is paralyzed. But hopo of his recovery Is lit-U- Hurry If you want any of thoao yellow mulberry posts. They can bo seen tunates. Fireman Jim West and William Hollander, the messenger, both of St Louis, were the other two killed. collision of pasIt was a hoad-osenger train No. 10, going east, and a freight train coming from St Louis.' n at Methony'a fish bouse. Don't Hickman needs a steam laundry. put It off. Fred Hayden. Canadian Lieutenant Dies. Aldershot, Eng., Sept 27. Lieut Otoy urowski, of tho Queen's Own Canadian rifles, died in the military bereof pneumonia. Lieutenant JOrowakI accompanied the rifles to lEngland from Canada. He fell 111 shortly after their arrival and was placed In the hospital. bos-iplt- The Directors of The Peoples Bank Hickman, Ky. H. P. JOHNSON, Cayce, Ky. ROY SHAW, Poplar Grove J. R. LUTEN, Mud Creek J. F. GLOVER, Woodland Mills J. A. TOWNSEND, Montgomery T. A. PRATHER, State Line W. S. ELLISON, City A. O. CARUTHERS, City B. G. HALE, City Prnlee of Wales to be Sailor. London, Sept. 27. King George has (decided that the Princo of Wales will complete his naval education by a long cruise in a warship, similar to the one taken by himself and his brother, the Duko of Clarence, In the iSacchante In 18&0. Mrs. It S. MurreU left Tuesday for Louisville. ; Saratoga, N. Y SepL 27 When Colonel Roosevelt rolled Into this village late Mouday afternoon one of bis ftrat callers was Lou Payne of Chatham, one of the leading vXorns "bo" of tho Republican organisation of tho old guard. He visited the new "boss" of the Republican organliatlou to appeal to hlni to bo merciful. Tho old guard Is "licked to a fraxsle," and they admit it privately. Although outwardly they are still Insisting that they havo control. l!l ask KoomnoH not to Payne force an Issuo on tho temporary chairmanship. Ho will polut out that tho vast majority of upstate delegate want Sherman to net as chairman, and will explain to Roosevelt that tho turning down of Sherman wtlt barm tho party moro than anything that may bo put In or omitted from the platform. Roosevelt is not expected to glvo an Inch. Bherman will stand pat. and the result will bo tho test vete the convention raeeta at noon Tuesday, llut, aa Pa) no put it to his friends Monday: "Roosevelt will have to takn all of tho responsibility, not the friosda of Sherman. The flubt Is not for today, and not for tomorrow, ' but for fenerations to come. Out of this convention, whether the old guard wins or loses. Is to come a Uttlo army of courageous Republicans who will form the nucleus of the eWllme Republican party of this stale. Roosevelt and 1 have teen and are friends, and I shall tell him Just what be is facing." w Arriving Delegates Look Grim. The debates began flecking Into town Monday In real earnest. Jtvory train unloaded lis quota, and It was a far different appearing crowd than VARIATIONS OF DEEP HEMS had been In evidence at Rcpeblttan conventions In past years. In conlrasL the delegates ef Men-daHow the Upper Line Can Be Modified ere a grim loL Not a Man of Material of Contracting Color them a turn pled to dedce the declaraFavored. tion that they aro here for a ft at. They know they are In for a fight The dep hem varies from rlubt Inches. to a depth that extends from and not a frolic. Thero Is an amastHg unanimity in declaring tbot no man tho knee to tbn grotind The upper line can be modified in can forecast the outcome. numerous ways It la effective when dropped at the front or sides In square FALLS 3 FLOORS; UNHURT lines. Then, again. It can be crossed In a point at the front, which gives tho Chlcagoan Protests Vigorously When effect of a pointed tunic of tha upper Neighbors Rouse Him Attsr material. Drop Over Oanlster. Materials of contrasting colors are favored.tlthough a deeper shade most Chlcano. SepL 27. After falling of the predominant color li always from the third to tho main floor of the good. Cbarmeute. or any supple silk. It apartment house In wblsh bo lived, noat successfully combined with voiles, John Itatof wbm highly Indignant when or mulls. silks building When edging the top line of the deep tho other reslJenls ef tho hem, a cording is easily adjusted when woke him up and Insisted bo should the upper part of the skirt Is attached. triurn to bed. He returned home at 2 o'olook and The method Is the tamo aa that emmade his way to Ida apartments on ployed In piping. A stitched strap or bias band is anothor easy finish to the tho third floor. Attor reaching the top of the stairs Ratof was grna'tly fatop. When there Is any variation of the tigued and draped htmsolf aeross the banister to rest. top line, the additional braid to simuAfter his fall the hospital officials late buttonholes and buttons of silk or soutache, gives a change. Plaoe were called but failed to And any these so that the effect of the doep hem being buttoned over tho upper Johnson Smashes Waddtll's Record. part will be obtained. SL Louis, SepL 27. By striking out Deep hems must not be extremely eleven Hrowns, Walter Johnson of tho rcant for. although tho freedom of Washington team established a new movement has been decidedly curIlls striketailed In France, we are in America world's strikeout record and should "cut our cloth" accordingly. outs now stand 303 for the season, two moro than 'Rube" Waddell achieved An ho still hn other games In 19M to pitch. th' i ord he will own It h Flower Friezes. A pretty English idea lately come bollciud will stutid for jeara to come to America is the application of a frieze, consisting of a canvas or r border of flowers with the background cut away with a sharp pair of embroidery scissors, to tho white or green painted walls of a bungalow. The dado or celling border thus formed Is very effoctlvo and may bo applied to every room In tho cottage with a differently tinted wall and a different choice of flowers appropriate-l- y distributed for each. Try It on your summer bungalow. I'hone 20, Hickman, night or day Ky. DR. E. M. CRUTCHriCLD. Dentin Davidson's old stand. I'hone Hickman, Ky, tot Best on the Map, Wntoh Hickman grow. I I It la now tbu busleal and towu of her alio on tho uup. With now residence and bu being opened and u--, addition bulli up, good schools, ohurclMi agricultural surrounding, fa iww bonks, telephone syslviM road, bout Hues, and a bundr-- j ny should. oho oUter thins, U a hutuuH-- J Its a good place to Invest We havo fowor buulueas falluns any of thetu. There's a reason Any way jou take It. HUku.., always spoiled with a big ii if are looking for a busluoaa Hxi or a borne, this U tho place. W offer you more bona fide lttdtHuo-tltaany smalt town iu Ui Wo want eapHal, labor and prUo, and offer you In oietunHd and bealUiy wont properou round!!.; to bo found auywh'r Come and luvvatigaUi. OeuahJofalilo slaknwm. The u wn y prtoHal butH In betHg rve com rultM ell iMa treated to a 4 eek Tclopliono No. and groceries. 11. H. CurHn Hrt. for eeveral for better meais haa been on the days. Mrs. Nannie Kingman left fur Dawson Springs. Mo: If you wan; to buy a farm or property, rail 'at the Courier off l f QuKe to' a bunou of HIckiHanlies . Uila w attending eourt at Kuflon J. Woj-Mlla- M. Houeyoutt waa here l Mills, Tuesday, on b lietsi. You will bo surprised at tho I . IL UllUo Goods bargains at Cash Store. Now, don't fall to read tbo oi Ing chapters of our new story In ti Issue. Its a dandy. Hrneat Done and Mlaa Ionn W'K man, both of Fulton, wore united marriage, Sunday, In that olty. V.'. M. Cook, of Ouyco, nnd MiHula Oldhnm, of Rawlston, wore ma rled In Fulton, Sundny, by Km. trel. Roth are prominont young i plo In the community In Which th' rcaldo. - r. pa-po- jg5WvZ SS ': ;we If we ever expect to havo a loveo, must make the final effort now. Every property owner can well afford to get behind tho move with both his time and money. To lot it fall now Is sheer groucheness. Is your name on the list? ' Wako up and holp tho now levco. All prescriptions taken to Holm & Ellison's are filled by "Clint" Ellison nobody olso. haa eomo very "rntty" stores. A good application of soap, mop and dustor would holp. Hickman Tho Hickman Courier la not only tho oldoat paper in Western Kentucky but tho largost weekly. Tho The farmers and cMerchants Banh Vfiill open a Savings Department on October fst, 1910, and pay interest on Time Deposits, J. A. THOMPSON, Cashier. Its officer are: A. O. CARUTHERS, President ,B. G. HALE, Vice President C. P. SHUMATE, Cashier Your patronage is respectfully solicited. There to a new counterfeit ten dol Inr national bank note at large, but It is not likely to declove an ordinarily careful handler of money. The Treasury deportment Issued a note of warning. It is a poorly executed photo-etche- best patterns Ladles 10 and lGc d production, with a few Journal pieces of silk thread In it. It is drawn on the Home National Bank of Staunton. Tex., seriea Check letter D. 1902-190- 8, . at M. It Homo stylo book froo Ellison's Cash Store. Tip-tonvil- lo J. Sanger left Saturday for to spond a few days with his daughter, Mrs. Fannie Everett. &vVKgmSSS2 .B. A-- - 1 ' ,t to cook-ev- ery thing neat and clean. Order just what you want. We cater TXTo.. Q- - We have a first-clas- s Ar, the meals served at your friends from the best the markets afford. Meet the wants of our farmer friends, and guarantee to please you. Oysters, Fruits, Cigars, Cold Drinks, and everything in season TSSLaJCL&t&Z&Tr- You are always welcome.-XL'V-JE! No. 2, next door to Hickman Bank ftt JONES' Just Like Mother's Cooking J O ANTES' JOKCnSTSOTXr, Shot NOT YET, BUT SOON. "P" HICKMAN ?V MARBLE WORKS KhTAltMHHKU IHuccceeor K& TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. to 11. (). lUintniite, dtcml mfBBti 1 Marble and Granite Monuments CURDING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCIKG. Hickman, Kentucky The friends who late Ktild, the iea Tripped back and forth Bo dalntllre Are klMlng sood-bjr- a To the foam. And packtns all Their trunk! for home; They'll tell of Lively tlmte they've had, Of fteh they caught And of how glad They were when night Came with the moon. And they could ill Outdoor! and epoon Bealde the ever Spoony fa; And they'll believe fter All ttila they their ikeeler well. Ultra are lelt-A- Sheriff Locked Up. From Ambush. Power-Ove- r Mayfleld has another mystery con Sheriff TJankston, of Pulaski couu morn- spent Monday night In the fronting It that occurred Friday ty, Illinois, tllO iii. Porter Dockery and a compan Cairo Jail. Tin won drunk On I riding In a bug Htreets and his pistol was taken away I Ion of Sedalla were the former was shot In Uie from him. That did not quiet him ev when boys know who and ho got Into further trouhlo and jaw. Neither of the except that it was Officers Kennedy and Jones arrest- - did tlio shooting, negro. Thoy have told id him and locked him up In jail. done by n nothing that would tond to point out Ho was released Tuesday morning person. Tho wound Is a und given a contlnuanco until Octo- Uio guilty one. serious ber 3. Cairo Citizen. Every day Is Bargain Day EUlsona Cash Store. O. 13. n Illness Don't criticise your doctor because medicine prescribed by him fails to have the desired effect The prescription may have been Rood, but the Ingredients dispensed poor. Give the doctor a fair show by taking his prescrip-lion- s a point of dispensing only pure drugs of right potentcy drugs that have the power to overcome illntss Tested drugs only are used here, and skilled pharmacists do the compounding You should have the best procurable when combating sickness. to .1 at E. R. Eat what jou want what you WHY HE LINQERED. cat pay only for Andy's Restaurant adruggist who makes Dobs The Work, The Levee Fund. Judge R. 8. Murroll is working! - r & Sexton, 1'uoa, right along on tho Went Hickman le Hickman, Ky. , vim subscription 1M- - It might ! v III r Sirs: wwll to ay aaln that this niony Kmoontly, on account of opening DHwt be mlxd within the next li luchiaond fc Hond Co. now Hut- days or th matter U a dad lwiuc Instructed Hu- - The JUiujel Ux Cn bos offered to I M IJo ml Co , Jufeiuon to advertise' for nl a gtva IC.OW). lUohmorAl & wo could not puu up $1.00. Tho Mtnsl Pttople ..i iuuy arUcloii that propone to bavw bIdim this fall for rbo ad ha boon n ul o the bnfll of Uwlr lowttr mill, and wo have told everything. j dlaconUnuo It as loo many now hv bhitprlnU, etc., rwudy to to bur what tatfn tho work In case lb citizens ..,.i. are trlw of Htokmnu will not do tholr part Already disposed of. , jwUliiR th teveo around the m toward Whan Mmsol oce WulWa a W,e Old Hoozar has beena hover. Ml we have loft now U week. town. Sck at drain" door for nearly deek and chair, one atsaH a- - Uvm trotiad Ihrk factory. k u-Sharpe Oimm b can't find tho , om stationery eablnvl or ward- - not nxvt. on f fw tnm Umnm. . one addrtogrph wUA wBl ho wlQ name of all W'9 print Utow a Wt of to4 , irpM envelop From Di to Day. Wan. oHtrMutd. UWuUmt wHh tho One day a mtc'ity eiarohead tell .. farmer In tho county In an prm. aaowMji rrfvMi. Several of the) How 7.tlli a r.al alrehlp flew, 1m. water filter. say liow otwo large feeutd bare hum ,n lK Jl on Keit dey i rrad ,or ,na ,hlnfbrertetw0. fork and Btd.i1rJ at lout. k whioh no suitable for use rm or factory and will held wur In Solte of It Mengwl Ilox Co.. 16.000. any other liquid or grain i Isn't really due The foolish llond Co., $1,". lUebtnond U lluMoll Johnson not to refuse a but In tho oust thoy are pastV. A. Dodds. $100. rniinrf thn nnutlon: "Does It for any of this oaaMe offer B. K. Murroll. $W. hurt a ulrl's chrnc of marrying if ml Y. M. Pro vow, $126. tbe graduates froma colIegeT" In tho Courier AdverUfcemeuU II. Y. Oibby, $0. l'erbRp it might be well right here mly Mill the goods. L, A. Donnell. $2(. to paraphrase Speaker Cannon's refYours very truly, erence to the handicap of a univerIt B. lloberu, $M. sity education a great many girls are LesRato, $10. 0. 11. UOND. J. P. marrying In spite of it O. N. Helm, $40. m iiw'A Sr Bond Is making things hum In West Hickman. His new huslness Is his latest undertaking, and prospects for Its upbuilding nro very flattering. Besides tho local Interest ho has created by the uso of nHiii. inir im is dnilv receiving lu- Iqulrics from dlfforont states by peo ple who aro looking for a wldeawauo town In which to engage In business and to mnko tholr homes. Don't moution "Illvorvlow Park." Brj'- In a signed statement Wm. announces that ho will not sup n port Dahlman, Democratic nominee for governor of Nebraska. Ho gives as an excuse that county option and tho liquor laws of Nebraska are menacod by Dahlman's candidacy. J , l,e .., r lira. Helen Day. wlfo of a Wyoming county, Pa., editor, was killed this wcok in Mammoth Cave by falling from a prociplco and striking hor head acalnst tho granlto known as the "purgatory." CowgilPs Drug Store (Incorporated) ec " ..!, lUr kr kt t yt tion It was stated yesterday by offiThe Courlor's Job deparmtent has cials of Uio Treasury Dopartmont been kopt very busy for tho past any that thoro Is not likely to bo week and tho end of tho rush Is not hortngo of monoy this fall. Tho In sight With a man nt tho hoad of of the officials Is that any Unit department In Uils office who trouble winch may hao loomed on ha not an oaual In tho county as an the horizon has dropped far astern. artistic printer, and a modern plant All bnnks aro said to bo woll of tho latost things in typo and mato moot all demands. terial, it Is not strange Uiat business ay. For neatness U coming our promptness in Uio Job printing Man to do milking; und WANTED: Courier steady Jdb, good wages for right man. lino seo the 20tfo -- A. II. Loot Watch for Uio bluo mark on your Courier. No vacant houses. pro-pare- Notice. All persons Indobjed to me on past duo accounts and notes aro request-.- i n fiii ntui snttlo at once. Un less satisfactorily adjusted, I shtll not-icask for Judgmont without further 2c C. O. SCHLENKER. ft d o. ttf I ', A. M. TYLER Atlorncy-atAuw V. C Johnon. $M6. J A Cotton, $40. Tom Dillon, Br., $25. Chan. HaokoU. $20. V Y. Bdmonds. $20. K A. Hammonds, $20. i d ; ; ; Will practice in all Courts of the State xrioiuiiAM xcy. Office with Judge B. T. Davis !; ;! ; ;! !; Ourlln, $0&. W. B. Allen. $20. B. V. Adams, $26. J. Q. Adams, $16. Gooldor Johnson, $80 J. O. Ityan. $10. J do. Klstncr, $10. Billion Ilroa., $200. B. E. Itoevo. $26. P. J Front, $20. . Wright, $b. C. Honry Sanger, $260. Hickman Ind. Tol. Co., $10. 8 A. lUsscU, $20. It M. Wer, $10. Mm. JomIo Dillon. $10. J T. Stephens. $26. Hickman Conoroto Co $20. II. K. A Safe Ltad. "I hear .Lem BogE Sundayed with ye, deacon!" "Ya'as." "(Join to lose yer darter, ehr "I reckon, but not to Lem. eo Hlggs Mondayed, Tuetdsyed, Wednos-dayeand Thundayed with us. I Judge Zeb Is the luckymaa.' Success . Magazine. - wsiMMI ' You will savo money by reading tho announcements of our local merchants. Hickman is tho best 'town In West Kentucky for tho cconomlIcal shopper. 1! r, ) ' 2HsB0HslHlsC &' JifVi-,- . 'NHssNsse909iiiiiiiB fLsssW sesesillEtf3sPIlK S'' -- kHA S ffS?V 2T ','J ej Her Own Orthographer. diction-ary- r "Have you an unabridged Inquired the professor, who was wrlUng a Utter. -rrtalnlT not" replied Mrs. Cum- rox. "I examined one and saw at a glance that the book is Intended for people who don't know all about orthodoxy and entomology.' The Old Gentleman For heaven's sake, young man, point that gun the you other way and be careful how handle It First thing you know It He Had More. ; I tH j( , - f Mb i i A Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Spc. See samples. Thn miiroad company has not boon will go off. ait are The Young Hunter Aw, data got consulted yot as to what thoy doesj I Is presumed that right I don't care ef It willing to do. but It plenty more cartridges. thoy will BUck to tholr former tholr tracks namely, to raise More Natural Fsollltloe. and roadbod to tho lovol or wo "So you like the seashore better tho so as to form a part of Mongol than the mountains T moun- from tho depot to Uio "No. indeed; I prefer the yards. sea- Then why are you gola to the prop-oslUoo tt vVI , will r WW NmS I lJ Jit Courier Office. I LAND FOR SALE. 444' uuAi.i.Aii.Al4eeetTVTH woll. TTlrT Mrs. N. B. Davis, publlahor of tho Mcksburg, Miss., Domocrat accompanied by her granddaughter, Miss I.onu Harris, arrlod In Hickman Tuesday to visit Mrs. Mary A. Powell. N Naifr.h nt Klofor. Okla.. arriv ed lioro Monday to vilt Uio Nalfoh Bros. Mr. Nalfoh Is In tho merenn dlse business at Klofor and Is doing have 10,000 acres of Fulton Co. land listed for sale, mostly bottom land, above and below Hickman. Also Hickman proper- ... SUliiw Wrt few hill farms and ty, and a noerai houses and lots Now is the time to terms. buy land. Values are lower any-..- .t in Fulton County than oUe. Will surely in the crease 25 per cent in Call next twelve months. we and let us show you what haVC get "Because .It Is easier there to te the swim." OOMINQ to- THE BU8INE8. Fall Display MILLINERY. We are pleased to announce our FALL display of now on display our complete line of We have 41 jlm- -I wonder why that glri her tells a fellow when he kisses m "ELZEE" HATS TAILORED and TRIMMED. In all the new shape, and colors, both in that I; i i WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION i 1 dark B. G. STRAYED OR STOLEN: fnco, with bay tllloy, blazo brand "O" on right shouldor, been electric Hickman noods an miming on lovoo. Ohas. George. IP badly. current and needs It A. S. Roscdalo and It T. Tylor aro In Nashvlllo attondlng n convontlon Fulton. of Uio Brotherhood of St Andrew. Farls Nalfoh wont to all-da- y HALE. he needs a shavet father U a silent partner Jaok-- Hor barber shop next door. la the ,n " 05 a first good rise in tho Ohio will start river river tho Loo Lino ...., In th Memphis and Cincln- with tho Peters Lee. which nail On Uio BALTZER & DODDS D. Q. CO. INCORPORATED -- Z Lyric Saturday stent. "sss? zxgnz M $ p: mwfT1 l sfegggss.mv j' J .'vis!- - Jk YpQredy or 7 Tnlove ! inswv& W Jp- - WQfh d ?" Mil JLf VfclI W I I WUS.Hore IV After dlfioer, the rurtls are tik to jHvlty to the aviation exjr meats The motor ride sgstnit wind famn M Oodard to suffer f a a terere bwdche He atk the prt i lege of remaining over night In t Doudler home at Vexlnet. feeling ill to return to hit rsldenre In a d Security Rubber Button Hose Supporters Attached to ail these Corsets. tant part of the city. At once Mme. Doudleux recall. t uccU!mJ parcel from the cram's" s shop She iixccta an ant'tyi'fe Vowitr. but M Oodard declines. !' will b belter by mornlBt ts "sriKr. the boniehald. He Is sutf Ing Intensely He accepts the toi- r and take two of them. At 7 the pain has heoma Intolerv ble At I in the aftertiooa. he gw lato eonvuttlans Acute Indigent . the pbystelan proaouncet It At 4 Is dead His death Is certified as dn to acute uraemia. No one connects the powder with, his death and the body I. sent to Belgium tor lntnrmrl No one eonnerts Marie with tre. Hickman has built 57 n- - residencJ II Travis nnd wif will move in In fat Mollis Kirk. Dick. Smith am! Oscar powders or with the death es this yoar and Tl waa not much of 'o their now home In Southern Salmon left yesterday morning for the volatile M Dovdlnvx has forgm ten her very exUtew. But Marr a yoar for building either Heights this week. Otirutheravtlle rhwrett has fegtten. and tf death ef M Oodard represents onir frustrated vengosneo. In Nomrotwr M Doudleux receiver a basket of muiiels. sent, accordlor to lta tag. from an old friend. M Larue of Caen. For several year, the two friends hara not corret ponded, and M rviu4tux tsrss ssdS.r.lr alarmed, turn, suspicious Just In timet to save his life H communicated with M Larue and laarna that the muMele were not sent by his friend. The gift It taken to the city labor tory Karta mussel It found to contain enough anionic to kill a man. Now It Is Unv for M. Doudleux lot summon the police They trace the parcel to a roMtenger office In tb Rue 8t Petersburg, where It was left by Marie Bourette Marie nourctte's, apartment arehed and yields up' all sorts of poisons. In papers, bottles and boxes, treatltrs on the adralnl trajlon of poison, and scraps of anonymous letter, hideous thoughts which only an abnormal mind could conceive And, caught In the web of clrcunw stantlal evidence, Marie Dourettot faces trial for murdering a man wh has never crossed her path. All; through that trial she denies ererr allegation, every statement made br ' every wltnets She has an answer fop -every question hurled at her by tho. Ready-to-We- ar presiding Justice That these answer Solitary In Her Little Fin Mane Was taxmu our Her Heart In Loneliness, contradicted each other matters notht Ing to her. And always she smiles no lover came to woo. Day after day slipped out of her life quietly, unapsmiles, the broad, plscld. empty smllw she went to and from her work alone. eventfully and without any scene or which for yeara has cloaked the riot Night after night she came home to recriminations. In fact. It came se naturally, this parting, that M. DouIng of the blood beneath her calnv her shadowy, silent apartment dleux promptly proceeded to forget exterior She Is fat now, with tb Shunned Woman Associates. pasty fatness of oncoming old aio. Perhaps she might have formed an the adventure which bad resulted In Her small eyes seem lost In her intimate friendship with a fellow-work- nothing pudgy cheeks, her Routed Demon of Jealousy. and asked a woman to sharo note la coarse, her mouth Is a perpetual; Not so Marie! She had come so her apartment But Mario was sensmile No woman near quaffing the cup of love that she sitive in the extreme At the End ef It All. should know of her loneliness, of the became more and 'more emblttored emptiness of her life, of the fact that with each passing day. From the love Life Imprisonment at hard labor 1st she had nerer felt nor aroused she bo man came to woo! the sentence, and 100.000 francs are With envy freezing tho very blood built the hideous phantom that was awnrded to the holrs of her victim. In her veins she watched other workdostined to lead her Into dangerous Marie's small estate amounts to 70, ers In the Magaslns du Louvre dis- paths. And yet the world saw only 000 francs Mme. Oodard will havo It play, first, the betrothal ring, and a quiet, unpretentious old maid going all. And Marie Bourotte, nt forty, then the wedding ring, and finally to and from her work! goes to face her sontonco of life Imtake their departure for the now home prisonment at hard labor, still starvod Six months passed and there came furnished by a young husband. Marie to M. Doudleux's desk a letter signed for love looked at the hand on which no man "Larenauden," reproaching him for The trial has been the criminal senhad ever placed n ring Ah, there unfaithfulness to the little blonde sation of the year In Paris, not so was a wrlnklo' glanced at her friend of two ypars back. Ah, moro She much becauso of tho prominence of mirror Another wrinkle In her faco than one little blond friend had the victim, M. Oodard, but because cf answered. Thon the Implacable mir crossed the gay Parisian's path in tho curious psychology dorelopod by ror showed her a silver hair those youthful days. How could ho the of the murder, That night she wrote a letter, the dream which one bad written the letess. Hers was not revengo. Her upon hundreds of ter? He did not worry! If he first of hundreds crime did not .prlng from Jealousy had aaonymous letters, done with a pen worried perhaps but it may have of an Individual, but from Joalfjgy tt dipped In vonom, evil letters, ail of been Fate! all who had tasted happiness. Sbs them registering the outpourings of She wrote again, warning him of did not love Doudleux. He had never a Jealous soul Jealous of not one inprice of forgetting a woman he protcssed to love her. But ho ropro-aontedividual, but of all who bad tasted the once wooed, advising bad the one man who had coroi him to seof the happiness denied her. cure a divorce. But he tossed these Into her life, tho one rann who mlgtt Remained Unsuspected, anonymous letters, like their predenavo given ncr tho happlncsu sht They went to the fiances of her fel- cessors. Into the fire. saw all nround hor. And bocause h low workers. They went to contented Finally, she boldly signed hor name. had not, because hor heart wat husbands of honest wires. And wher- Doudleux, mystified at first, reads the starved and no hand fed It, sho plottel ever they went they scattered distrust name over and over, and finally tho unbapplness and the death of aU aad miaerx Who had tasted tho Joy that was talls the little shop girl of the Mags Mm dtn sled to bar. pun-base- an emerald eyed serpent, it drove Its (loath doallng fang Into tho heart of a recreant lover. Rather Is i. iiit- - progress of a phantom-love- , such as a starving heart might rear, oven as a starving man dreams of food not set before him. Abu alway with this phantom-lovwalks death, until at last they clasp hands over the body of an Innocent victim. In 1900 there was employed at the Magaslns du Louvre a saleswoman named Marie Bourette, writes a Paris correspondent of the New York World. She was regarded as a most exemplary employee, quiet and demure of manner, regular and punctual In reporting for duty. It was known, too, that she possessed a small Income, the Interest of which added to her salary yielded 7.WW franca, or about JMOO a year In Paris a liberal Income for a slnele woman Ami Merle had none dependent upon her. Near relatives had died. None asked aid or preferred intimate companionship. She lived quite alone in a most desirable little apartment on the Boulevard Voltaire. Neighbor and concierge, tradespeople and all admired the regularity of hor habits and envied her freedom from domestic responsibilities and earning cares. Little did they dream that In her orderly apartment this woman of thirty was eating her very heart out In loneliness. Marie was not then a homely girl, and certainly her little fortune was not to be despised, but e fellow-workers, I scorned until, colling like is the tragedy of a heart starved for lovo. Tbls Is no tale of lore Into Marie Bourotte's lire, hat oh, be came such a little way aad Iw tarried sc short a time! Any girl In the Msga-In- s du Louvre except Marie with her hi art. would novo understood the t tun Mem and sent him gnyly on his way. But not Marie! Hor heart leaped and tried to feed on that which never wan ottered. This man's same was Doudleux. Hn was a furniture manufacturer who s sometimes came to make at the shop where Marie worked Also ne was nve years Maries Junior, a gny. debonnalr Parisian youth In search of adventures, particularly of the heart In 1901 he first began making purchases of Marie, smiling upon her as a man will when In search of the best for his money when shopping Gradually the smiles became pleasant words, and one evening, being, as we said before, a young man set upon adventures, be asked Msrie to meet hlra at a cafe. There were other trysts at other cafes, but all of the most Innocent sort Marie was not seeking adventure, not she, and when young Doudleux discovered this fact as lore-starre- d vain. At last a man came Net or was Marie suspected of causing all this trouble. Who would suspect tbe demure, silent woman of thirty who sever varied the routine of her existence? Truly was Marie Bourette the Illy of the Maeaslus du Louvre, the old maid content with her lot, loading a placid life undisturbed by domestic annoyances. Lit tie did her world understand Marie Bourette, and never did It read what lay behind her little gray eyes watching for Love, watching, but over In Made to the Highest Standard h Tested for Shape Tested for Comfort Tested for Wearing Qualities Characteristics of Warner s Corsets . CM onsets-ft ifmnK7per CLOSE, LONG CORSETTING 13 NECESSARY IF THE RIGHT CONTOUR IS TO DE GAINED HIPS CURVING BUT CONTROLLED EACH WARNED STYLE IS ABSOLUTELY IN ACCORDANCE WITH FASHION, FITTING COMFORTABLY WHATEVER POSTURE THE WEARER TAKES. WHAT EVER YOUR SIZE, THERE IS NO REASON WHY YOU CANNOT DE FASHIONABLY NOT ONLY FASHIONABLY CORSETTED, BUT COMFORTABLY. IT IS THE BUSINESS OF THE SALESWOMAN AT OUR COUN TER TO QIVE YOU YOUR CORSET. BECAUSE IT IS IN OUR STOCK. ASK TO SEE THE NEWEST MOD. ELS IN WARNER'S. COR-SETTE- sins du Louvre. R.ny jt ,, absurd Not for .1, year. Y. seen that Impossible young r , Of course, there It but ouo IL- -. 1 do, Ignore her and her letters Maktt Optn Threat. Hut this U not so easy. Ma,', r low. up her letter with a pe , 1 call She comes again and , Her domands are more intliteti words more violent. Finally t nounces with bitterness which carry It. hideous warning If c r any one made me mUorable, 1 poison him. It would not be cult." "That Is abominable. Nvr to see me again." 1. M. Doud e , stern response And tho now prominently re- ablo hutband return, to hit t t dismissing Marie from his mind Marie, though unscvn, I. .till T much In his lite And Marie It tltig. contriving, scheming A year Uter. October IS, iji c servant finds In the Doudleux gfi parket which he carries to H 81,p opens It and finds tree t drugs Inclosed, antlpyrlne ryw camomile (lower and .alu of ? fseh psoket carefully I.balrd derides that they have been misialse. and c druggist", clerk w call far them Fhe lay. them at on a shelf and forgets them. A week Uter, M and y Dowdtetix are Invited to dlnn at home of n neighbor. A west .if fc. Is M Cedard. Ui tew of the P.-Howse, the Idol of fstbloaable Pi ho hat jutt signed a contract s. ii months In America ' lf 110.000 $1.00 to $5.00 per pair EVERY PAIB AtUc - $ SMITH & AMBERG nt :1 Charming Fall Millinery Now on Display j H 'i- W' A beautiful array of Dress, Tailored and Hats now awaits your proval. We will have no special opening day, but are now ready to serve you, and extend a invitation to every tlp-tllte- cordial lady and young lady to visit our millinery department at any time. n d Smith & Amberg r. .J M Killed Stepfather, ako Wright, James Announces, Offlolnl nnuouncomorit nf t.ia dldney for tho United States Bonalo to succeed Senator Thomas H. Payn- ter wa mado at Frankfort Thursday by Congressman Olllo M. James. Mr. James declared he will be jn the race unUl tho lout ballot U cast on the tout ballot taken by the Loglsla-- i Jure In Joint session. Mr. James sold ho was not a aaudldnte for Rnnki.r' of Uie Houso and would not lw i candidate even If tho Domoomtji ' should oarry tho Houuo, Crippen Must Answer, a woll known farrow m vicinity, was shot and almout Tom ,i,tij kllloa by hU step-eo. r. about G o'clock Saturday afoot), at Utu former's homo near old Tyler lumdlo factory. Two n wore fired nt Wright from a , gun. but only ono shot took .i This chargo was received in tho nock, ami ho lived only i 20 or 30 miuutos. .. London, Sept. 27-coronor'a Jury which baa been Investigating the alleged murdor of Belle Elmore, the The r i The Door to Mengel Box Factory Through which 525 Men Pass Going To and From Work. T Unit Mrs. Crippen came to her death at the hands of hor husband, Dr. H. H. t. octrois, returned a verdict declaring Crippen, tho American doctor-dentisThe jury fixed the degroe of Uie crime as murder. t London, Sept. 27. The story of Dr. H. H. Crippon'a movements at the time his wife was supposed to have died In America, were told on tho witallowed that Wright wan In the i ness stand In Uie Inquest Into the ,,f nbualntc and oven whipping to Whom ho had been He declared tho Democrats would death of Hello Klmore Crippen, by Miss Marion Curnow, who succeeded 7 yearn. I'ortor, the only oarry Um next House ami wiould eCrippen In chargo of the London office Wright, had tried at vnr Ifot Mr (Stark Sjieaker. nf Mm. (! the Munyon firm. It was Uien that Mr. JAmea an times to keep hbt stepfather Miss Curnow testlOcd Crippen told Willi hU mother, hlmnelf a a on wild to for ber his wlfo had disappeared In Amerudnx vlolunt f. mar-niMi- ul -' . i.i no avail. Saturday nfterncqn )uul been out squlrrol hunting Hob Webb. When hi upftHkxl d. ho clalma that Wright had i lr the Setwte and authorised the um ica last February. About tho same of lib atitKHineoMeNt lis satd he Ume ho began a scries of financial nounl u . i , .f . Wright In a threatening r and n trying to whip her. Mm. killing followed. Hu was armed "i Utu heat of paMlou fired two ay on Um subwJh he made more formal nnH0UHeMnt but that be was how a oHHdkUte. Mr. Jomw Mid a did not car kow Uie nominee la lctd. wiwefearr at a primary or In mMfct have wore b) ject kter operations. Miss Curnow said she cashed one chock for 500 for him. Ehe then told of Crlppen'a warning she must say nothing about hie wife's disappearance If questioned by tho She said Crippen left a package with her to bo turned over to Miss Lenevo. Tho abseuco of Dr. Crippen and his pretty typist did not prevent a crowd from gathering. Arthur Newton H.riEYATOJf pox men Mono u i l." e ttTTTTTTt'? I E. R. Ellison's ' 6Z5vruyw ,KJT0H WAS.: iuBoivitionl a BONO I COMPANY I M I I I II r ' d . CASH STORE Sells GOOD GOODS at LOWER PRICES than tho prisoner, but gave no Indication of the lino of defonso which will bo odoptod when this famous murder trial of international Interest starts In "Old Ilnlloy" next month. Gilbert M. It) lance was called to the stand and repeated practically the same story ho had previously told. Hylance and Crippen, under tho firm name ot Crippen & Rylance embarked In a business entorprlso for tho niak-ntof falso teeth. nylance testified Crippen had told him his wife died In America last winter. Following this Crippen told him he had married his typist. Miss LA FOLLETTE i II r j ' . ( f A$? - . Hi i Bij JMWi pOBDi II I If 11 PH g IS GAINING 1 1 Wisconsin Senator Postpones Trip to Submit Case to Famous Surgeons for Operation. La Folletto has Indefinitely postponed his trip to Rochester, Mlnn where he expected to submit to an examination MaJIson, Wis., i ' ' Sept 27. Senator you usually pay for same quality :::;::: The place where all the Farmers come to sell their Produce. -f- of W ITUSIMS5S sc-rjocr?esTgl icsfssrs s rw.gi wroatvj sr- - Our spot cash system make it easy for us to do this. We are now receiving szocWlz NEW GOODS of every description. ROBERT M. LA FOLLETTE. and opcrnUon by the Mayo brothers, ft: WA4L ST'rrrcr- i i ft j I.., I, tr I I ii loL.,1 I at i JJ j J ji ' i. ' U.iU r t Come in and compare our goods and prices with any store. You will find noted physicians. The senator's health haa Improved to somo extent nnd he hopes to bo able to put off the operation unUl axtsr Uie elections. Girl Joy Rider Killed. N. Y., ScpL Hastings ..MA I 11 m I 11 w CATLETT rjojqro-- ST ro HX. t .&. BETTER GOODS FOR THE SAME MONEY or THE SAME GOODS FOR LESS MONEY COME AND SEE lid believed to 27,At a rato ot speod mile a minhavo been In excess of a ute, on automobile containing two young women and two men plunged through an Iron picket fence and over ombankmcnL Ono of Uie an young women was klllod, Uio other was mortally Injured, and the two man were torn and bruised. 18-fo- - Vvf ST MiCKJHs The Heart and Center of the Activity of Hickman. Com-merci- al 1 euu . 1 i member at Wright. Tho only eyo wit-- a caucus of tho Democratic ha would of the next Legislature, hut mw to tho killing woro Hob Webb. tho samo. urtor and Mrs. WrlghL Tho wounu-- be in the running Just neighman lay In tho yurd until Mr. James has been regarded as a bors arrived (tnd carried hint to Uio r,rnhi candldnto for Sonator Payn- tor's place for somo monUis, but this official announcement Tho aceno of Uio tragedy la near Is tho first his candidacy that has boon made. No. 9 Lake, about 18 inlloa from this to Congroas from 'ty When Uio news reached Hick-'uu- f SPARKS FROM HOTWIRES Neb. First Presbyterian church and Us furnishings, with a loss of ?S0.000. F W. Itamoy, a voluntcor fireman, was caught by n falling wall and Flro totally destroyed ths Hastings, killed. .. Sheriff Johnson started after i'urtor, but mot him about 3 o'clock Sunday morning, coming to town to Mvo himself up. Porter Is a Blnglo luan and about 27 years ot ago. Ho vui locked up and, It possible, will ho given a hearing In circuit court n this city noxt wook. He will bo elected nnd Ute First District again UiU fall tho highor office. then will try for In Mr James has many friends tho Stato. and Frankfort awl all ovor Umo his announoomont Just at this much Is Important and will attract attonUou and dbicusslon. boon Th Noshvlllo Amorkan has Deceased was buried Sunday at tho by tho Tonncssean. absorbed "rowusvlllo gravoyurd. Ho la survlv- t by two children Jesse, ago 13, .rmi. An,.nrtr loft Tuesday for school. and Mattle, ago 1L Ho was born Ann Arbor, Mich., to was md roared near Hickman, und of J. W. ThornBhor- about CO years ot ago. dostroyod by flro nt Wingo ougu was Thursday. y You will bo surprised at tho An Australian with a dancing boar bargains at B. n. EllUon's Was tho ohief attracUon la Hickman Uio Cash Storo. If Hickman grows as much In Saturday. years as sho has in Uio Society next flvo Tho Foreign Missionary Sam Jrvnaa nrul Mian Annlo Watson, Haraby pond wUl bo la one ot Mrs. J. E. Fuqua n nast. both ot Mayfleld, were marrlod la wilt meet with 'our city parks. i- -. day afternoon at 3 o'clock. niton, Friday. ..ihm mil-Unor- i.nrf nf RliTiAr E. BrVBOU. long Alio uwuj was a prominent citizen of Omaha, -Is found In ono or uie cnj Viu u. to poison. Tho police beattributed believe Mr. Bryson killed himself cause of financial losses. DemII E. Potts of Plalnvlow, Ark, Yell from representative-ele- ct ocratic county, Is dead. A special election successor. will be called to oloct his to the skull of Sam K. MS Injuries Ilhcnny. Jr., who died In Now Orleans be Friday night, caused an autopsy to beand there Is reason to performed, lieve that Mcllhcnny was murdered. Peoria, III., Is preparing to welcei Assocla-Uothe dolegates to tho National Insurance Companies. of Mutual t..u m moet lhara this Week. WDlwIl Pennsylvania, Jeromo A-- Quay, of consul at Florenc. Italy, was American found dead from heart disease. atWalter It. Brooklns, aviator, will a night with a Wright brothers' tempt i. fmm rhlcaso to Springfield, Thursday, In an effort to win a 111 no 000 purso onerea oj u'w for such a feaL .n LOTS ONLY $200 TO $300 VERY EASY TERMS. WILL BE WORTH $2,000 EACH IN FIVE YEARS Russell Sage said : " Young men, buy real estate and you will grow wealthy." I want to see the young men make money on this subdivision. Q. B. BOND 1w ii '' I&i- wi? t in ,.tv-.- .i ,1. ..nM.triiiaf txtifr&' ' ,v D mwijff '""WJfr ?&? '! M"'t"t-'t-M"- i..frTM""t- - "-- Swellest Made-toMea- su aflfej I On the Streets Heard II' I' "M"l"l"MHl"M"t"H"t"M"l"l' Zfirst Showing of Fall i re Memphis, Term., 1910. MR. RENTER, Tho cotton season Is on Dont fall to road Dodds' real tnte ad. yesterday. Mrs. C. W. Curlln la on tho sick ea- - Clothing" Comes from our store. W. S. Ellison wns In Union City Otylish tjootwear i Hickman, Ky. Dear Sir : Did you ever stop and think list this wtMjk. Bradley & Parham Thieves Caught, and a horse hitched to tho rack east of tho Courier office, disappeared Tuesday about noon aud the general supposlUon was that soma thief of extraordinary nenu had gotten away with them. Officers wore notified and n thorough search Instituted, but to no Word was sent to neighboring towns to watch for the animals. Shortly before noon yesterday, Josh Adams, of Union City, saw tho missing stock. They were rlddnn hy two negro boys, who wore promptly arrested. Deputy Sheriff Hob Ooaldor went over after them and brought thoui to Hickman. The young thieves were mere boys Chas. and Will Muso, ages 13 aud IS. They will bo carried to Fulton today where circuit court Is in session. The horse belonged to S. L. Dodds and tho mulo was the property of Ed Phillips, a negro. The animals Hero recovered, but the boys had disposed of the saddles. A mulo About 15 dnys moro to got Uio Host photos lly Glsh. Dr. ton Nnylor nnd wlfo aro visiting I 'ml u enh relatives. Cotton Gin Sold, The J. F & S. L. Dodds cotton gin and grain business in this city was sold yesterday afternoon, lock, stock and barrel, to Chas. S. Drhor, of Osceola, Ark. Tho deal Involved n largo amount of money, but wo are unablo at this time to give tho exact amount. Mr. Driver U a practical cotton and grain man, and coiuos to us vory highly recommended, iio sells direct to Uie consumer, nnd Mr. Dodds n that he will be la a position to givo our planters a better proposition than did tho old firm. Mr. Driver is now in charge of tho business. Wo understand tho gentleman will move his family to Hickman in a very short time, and wo are glad to glvo k him the glad hand. Mr. Dodds' mnny frionds will bo sorry to learn that ho Is no longor on tho head of tho gin business. Ills square and courteous dealing with the cotton and grain people has made him many staunch frionds, and his efforts In this lino wero cortaln-l- y appreciated. why it is you are so poor? Now, when the first of the month rolls around don't you take part of your hard earned wages and give it to the rent man? Mrs. Jerry Throlkold Is tho guest of Mrs. llnrry TJirolkcId. u dozen. SPJICIAL OKPHR: Post cnrtU. 5c Helm &. Hlllnoii. B. G. Halo haii returned front a two weeks visit to Hot Springs. Mrs. R. B. Johnson left today for Nnshvlllo to upend a few days. V Ibe reason you are so poor is because you give your money away as fast as you make Oxford BtriitgH, black and tan. pure silk, only 10o a pair at .11 K. Curlln's it. Do you ever see a rich man giving money away? Do you J. Gelger and wife went to Nashville Saturday for a few days Kov. 11. visit. All prescriptions isksn to Holm & Ellison's are filled by "Clint" EllUon nobody else-- . Glsh makes the Host photos but he leave for MbMsslppl In a few days to locate. will You nro Invited to call and wo a Bpeoial lino of neckwear nt II. E. For Men, Women, Children I I For dfeis, street, buiiness and school wear, no matter what the occasion, wc can supply pou with the correct fooU wear, and an exact, easy and comfortable fit. Wc invite all to inspect our first showing in the newest models of exclusive designs, just from the finest shoe workman's bench. x .. m.. r,:. us , .. i inspect uur dhucs uive tt a visit ami t I know how a man gets rich? Every time money leaves his hand he gets something back for it. He does not give his money away ; he exchanges it for something better. Now, suppose you quit giving money to the rent man, and I Curlln's this week. Somo of our merchants nro now beginning to realies that the Home paoue is a neo-Mlt- Kicked by Horse. Will you have those photos mado NOW or will you wait until it Is too Charlie, the son of Ben lato. By Glsh. Alexander, was kicked by a horso Saturday afternoon about 5 o'clock, in R. L. Gray's blacksmith shop, and Lee Line Exonerated. seriously hurt. Ho was unconscious for more than three hours. Drs. Cur-li- n and Blackford were summoned On trial of the case of Tom Flolds and tho child's Injuries dressed, nf-r- r and J. W. Robertson against the Loe which he was carried to the home of T. A. Ledford, where he remained Line for personal Injury, las tweek, the Jury decided that tho trouble was until Monday. no fault of tho defondant, and ren When the horse kicked him, the dered a verdict In favor of tho comboy's head struck against the cooling pany In both cases. tub. No bones wero broken, and it is thought ho will bo alright in a few days. Look up tho homo of Royal Tailors when In Hickman and make It your homo. II. B. Curlln. Dr. S. W. Luten Is back homo from Qhicago, where ho had an operation It developed In the testimony of performed for neuralgia of tho faro. Vice President l'nrk before tho InThe doctor says so feels ten years terstate Commerce Commission last younger and, by heck, he looks It, week that the Illinois Central is too. He also took advantage of a planning to doublo track tho Louisville dlvlslou of the road. month in clinics while there. every time money leaves your hand it is being given in exchange for a home, wont you awhile? ad Just received a nice lino of tho latest creations In men's and boy's hats eups. H. E. Curlln. of Woodland Mills, visited Sir. nml Mrs H. D. Throlkold. Tuosdav. As we go to press we Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Honeyoutt, Always a pleasure to show you whether you buy or not. own this home entirely after by Judg Murrell that the Icvec round Wett Hickman Is a CINCH. Cowglll are assured . Well then, why in thunder don't you wake up and quit be ing an old ox with a yoke around your neck and pulling some other man's wagon? W. E. Bondurant or Russell Johnson will help you get the yoke off your neck. Yours truly, G. B. BOND. Rogers, Irvln Ilrevard nnd Jack Jlftliiger wont to Dyersburg to attend Rlngllng llors. olrous Tuesday. C. P. HalUer and Mrs. Jessie are visiting relaUros In Mtm phis und attondlng the Pair RJUQA, HELM & CO. -- I I I I I Mrs. Dillon Tri-Stat- o A to You 100 Men Summoned County Cltrk Hop left thU morning for Paduoah to attend a convention of tho Btata Assoolatlon of county olorks. STRAYED: Two rod hoes, small crop off each ear, weight 430 to 180. Liberal reward for any information. Notify D. McNeil. Hickman, routo 4. Tiwo old citizens of Graved county died Saturday, namely, Rufus A. Key. e. It's I Up NOW have been here several weeks nnd you know my work. am here today, came not stay, I am going away I 1 aged 8C, near Hickory Grovo. ond Samuel Albritton, aged 77. of Potts-vltl- Why delay, Tho International Sunday Sohool Association . ...v ... Vt'I. .!....)... mjh rnixttu nt .....uuvotUI, ir Oct. C, 7, 8 and 0. Sunday Sahools of Hickman are untitled to nnd Biiould send delegates. R. Closer, vho doesn't own a foot of West Hickman property In the overflowed district, subscribes $C to Uio leveo fund. Certainly a lot of others should follow his oxaraplo. You will be pleased if you get I The Right Clothes ft m n:uj. t- -; i JTL I.lgU IUVS fl AS your photos made by GIS.II You may be sorry if you don't. About 100 men wero summor from Hlokmon Tuday (o mtno the Jury whloh la to hoar tho luro tuurdor trial at Fullou. All hut wuro uxoused. Figuring Uis-i- t thr cunt oaeh man fully to mk- this trip, it U oaiy to m Uiore u a grval upM allaohetl to this Jur buMnoM. As oito man said in nt, r noews that thore should bo a prou Ion whr th IirJff. whn hf motw a man. could grt tho (nan's ' wtr under oath as to whother c not ho had formed un opinion of ' guilt of Uio man to be tried. If U' i was tho 0uo, It would abolish xn euonuous oxpimc which fails on t avurago man boUi in Uio matter of time and money. A man would ih prefer swearing a Ha before a nheri:' any more Uinn boforo the trial Judn and the suggikUon 1 worthy of con sldernUou. 'i Et We sell the sort of clothes you ought to wear, clothes for men who want correct style. Clothes made by makers who know. The highest grade, ready-for- service for men and young men. Below we quote some of our remarkable values : 1 8.50 values, unfinished worsted and fancy serge 1 11.50 7.50 to 2.50 to 5.00 values, all wool suits 1 12.50 values, black granite Boys' suits, cashmere and serge, assortment of colors.: 1.50 to all-wool 10.00 8.50 4.50 ft w Ik; We also carry a large line of serge, cashmere and worsted trousers, that we are offering at remark- r i r li-- . i uuiy iow prices. a iico a large assortment of men ana boys overcoats, at prices less than wholesale. Come and see for yourself. . SULLIVAN BROS. NEW CLOTHING STORE 88 HICKMAN KENTUCKY IT IS RUMORED THAT THE CON News From Cayce, TRACT FOR GRADING FOR THE NEW RAILROAD FROM TIPTON. A revival meeUng began nt the VILLE TO HICKMAN HAS BEEN Airs. Ardolt Johtmon wont to ClinMethodist Church Sunday morning LET TO C. T. BONDURANT. ton Tuesday. ond is now In progress. Rev. Mead-ers- , Mrs. J. H. Puck and children visit W of Trenton, Tenn., Is assletlm ul relnUvtftt nt Hani wo last week tho local pastor, Rev. Wilson, In the t Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Cbnrllo work. A New Lecture. 5 last Tuesday, a flno girl. Servces aro held at 3:30 oaoh af I will on Oct. C, 1010. offer for sale Mrs. llrown nnd daughter. Mis ternoon and at 7:30 In tho evening. my farm six miles east uflilak- - Carrie, visited tho former's daughter Rov. Meodors is a vory Intorosting Rov. W. G. Stockton, of Hickman, nt last week. preacher. Ky., has prepared a locturo whloh mnn, Uie following proparty: There Is a marked II. P. Johnson was In Hickman Sat 4 work horses. botween his work and tho ho proposes to put on this season. urday. 5 head of cattle. average ewAigollst. Ho is conserva- Mr. Stockton has spent sovornl years Misses Krn and Hunlco Johnxon vis 20 head of hogs. tive In every senso of tho word, and In tho Investigation of Uio soignee ited Mrs, Uona Jeffrlos mar Crutch-fiol1 wagon. not given to storm and flurry. His of man, from a mental standpoint. Tuesday. 2 buggies. appeals are addressed to the Judg- Ho is a graduate of tho Amorioan Tlio ladles Aid met with Mrs. Mag1 cultivator. ment nnd not Uio passion of his College of Sciences, of Rochester, N. gie Mays Monday nftomooii. 1 wheat drill. hearers. Interest grows with each .Y., nnd has recently boon accepted .Mrs. Francis Wood Is visiting hor 1 mower and all other farming Imservice, but tho attondanco Is not ns a member of Uio American Socio-tjY moUior at Ralston, Tonn. plements and work harness. nearly what H should bo. TJio house for scientific research. All sums over ?G on 12 months Misses Mlnnlo nnd Ivlo Watson, should bo packed every night. Ho proposes to explain, in his Si Try intending tho noxt service. of Hickman, wero tho guests of Mrs. Uio following phonomena: Hyp credit. MRS. E. M. DRADLEV. Oeorgui Allen Monday. s notism, Spiritism, TolopaUiy, Cntolcp-sMisses Suo llransford and Lulu Witchcraft, Ghosts, Mesmerism, On Wednesday afternoon of last Somo our business mon nro sending Phantasms, Trances, Clairvoyance, week, Mrs. P. M. Ryan outortnlned Reores nnd HcshIo Johnson nro vis orders out of town for Job' work, but iting relnUvcs In Pnducah this woek. when they want a little nowspeper Tolttkoncsls nnd Montnl Therapeutics. a numbor of frionds in honor of her -Also Christ nnd Christianity In tho nolces, Misses Stella aud Cloona purr' tney unrt around this way. Hereafter when you decido you need light of Psychic Philosophy. Mr. WoathorholL Rook was played. An Georgo D. Swwzy, aged 2U years, a little publicity soft-soasend your 8tockton Is well known In Covington tho gucuU arrived punch was served, died at his homo In Onkton Saturday nnd has many frionds here, ho hnv-In- later rcfrcshmonta of cream aud night, of nppendlcltls, after nil Illarticle to your had chargo of tho Cumberland cako. Tho guests- - were: Mcsdamo ness Job man, and cut It out hero. of ono week. Ho was unmarTho tail should go with the hldo. Presbytorian Church for over a year. Oils Moore, II. Uuclmnan, T. A. Lod-for- ried nnd mado his homo with hhi C. L. Walker, J. C. Sexton, W. father, T. J. If Uio shoo fits YOU, sock your foot Ho Is a cIoko Btudcnt and has givSwwzy, nnd his sister, en his subject thorough research, C. Spoor, H. F. Gabby, J. T. Stoph-ciIn it. That's all. Mrs. Joanna Hmdberry Ono oUior nnd his lecture will no doubt provo nnd C. M Mlllor, of Sturgeon, Bister, Mrs. 8. II. Stanley, of Oak- Interesting and Instructive to all who Mo., and Misses Loulso Atwood, An-nl- o w, . anu i. . urowieii, j ;,, sweezy, iwo - hoar him, Tipton County Record, of Riloy Hagan, as old Hickman aoCowglll, Ruth Ellison. Dottlo Do- - I of 1 hobos, Ills., and Oscar Sweezy, gro, died yesterday. Covington, Tonn. Bow and Liiile Ambrg, of Paragould, Ark., survive him. Methodist Revival. DO IT NOW S If W" Public Sale 11 S y loo-tur- o y, self-writte- n g n ii.. ... r.r . Levee Fund Grows, 11 8 Murrell lms boon push- v,ork of soliciting aubscrlp- Hickman loveo i ho West our Inst Ihhuu, nod If tltu Hnrkoy, T. II. Illmhaw, Clar-np- J W H I'rovow. Ian W. M. Canon, S0. M. $30. $30. Hruor, $36. Kirk. 20. j H built. It will fall on a margin. Noarly uvury ...kIihiI on tliQ subject Iioh , onlributQd, 1' u must Ik) built. ur l"t qhaneu to got Col. C,0O0, and ,i. .nation of e u. of having the full aubwjrlbvd that wa . tlio rokt If wo hnvo to m down ami takq fl any . , I V Mayers, $111. Marvin Fllppln, $'lo. Uvy Calvert, $10. J H. llaymta, $10. II. llodgaa, $6. liud ftfcaw, $Q. Cluw. ItMklmm. $10. Mm. J. T. Fuller. $6. Mo IlarkeM, $jo. J I hi Wilte. Andy Clnywell. C. II. Smith. Driver's Cotton din. B. D. UtiBford'H Admr, 0. B. Moonoy. Sam Gouger. MeOuleheon Holrs. Mhw .laaate Outton. Clma. Meyers. Mm. CnmjibgJi. Alex. Naifeh. B Clothing Values Worth While r Itafe lleWa. 1Vm 9tulthw1ak. Winners Oln & Omln Co. Hickman Io ft Coal Co. VS.PECK ' 6i CO. A. 8. Itarkeu, $10. O. 11. Travta. $J0. U. 1' UiMrtmw, $10. Iuk lktmes. Wandanl A. J. Heieher, $tt. Oil Co. blow n list of tltu u- irrlbed up to ytarduy th n,ad full nrugunl will up 1' thin Ume nt or t it be UwHoHKhly understood that Uie lata It blle atoaaatt- yMd Itf MOt fH Of Ny hm MM MMtMNi MAa or (wri.l.. fr th.. ...... n... Orten Whlker. H It. Uler. 0o. Pleltz Jaa OVylor. J II. Ilrown. Kvery "l Made in Syracuse yASHIONADLC CLOTHES As the season advances, the value that is in our suits and overcoats becomes more apparent. We are offering such superior merchandise at such reasonable prices that it makes an impression. Ik.x Co., 10,000, xinn, i ,hW, bby. ri & Bond Co,, 1100. , 1 1,050. Jioo, ISC, rorovr, 180.' 9C, It i )uinell, uobarts, fSS, . ato, 110, liltti, HO. lubston, f!S6, . Mtton, HO, titoe. 8r., fSS. ttarkott, ISO, Kdmoude, $ JO. Hammonds, urlln, 66, IW.n. !0, dawi, r ISO. fSC. ims, fit. li'AH. Joaruon, ISO, I0, Mtnor, 110. Urea.. 1200, IlKtM, f 26. I frfil, 20. Wrtuht, 16. jtuU. ancrr, ISM. lad. Tel, Co,, f 10. (30, 110. WMon, 110, tlKts, 116. 1 ur. . .n coaaroto Co, MrU. H6. . 30. fie, iJtaMr, . IVWrll. S. w, 110. f i.kJh. IIS. r4Ur.n of Hickman should aa a coHiufitUeo of one to halp H t)H hflHWly OWlwr. ry wiwtliy eauw-a- nd the fetory ims do It aiawra. IB start- - keep. ami It fo. NOW w. sorry other Ihm1imm TWo tows' baalNaaa Internal. ...r Mrs I.oMte ICfliMttrlck Is the guest fcr a Ium of ao lee. than $20 ooo Ty Hon- - we bar a bad wat.r f Ivr iwrema, U I'. IIIWkiii and wife. rartortea eitm- - down it fr Ixm Kaylor nwl family have a toea of thai much, and it a 1elt to friends In tfcat "eaii't couh. bark " Aay aiaa ef ordlaan lntliiB.nr Mrs Chas I.' Driver nrHvxl Prl. oaa aee Ue beavflu to br d.rlv.-day from Oeeeola. Ark., to Join hsr rUeiiee tkta. tka hth of ihe huebaml. fMtar will be nm 'Hi.u. m ma bareuilore. Arcordlna to cltrtl Kraak SaMa. was laei, SBBMl tbr rloaltiK ttt Ilia aaday Um atMMtofofMartin, Tyler hero It. A. and m la Um adaeourt ! a muca other frload. Wia of water will foUow raawlar caaanrl a natural Maw Sadie lloun left Monday for k tatat tke wairr will b.- - niuoh Clinton, Mo. after nn extended visit Majkar a ratio of probauit u, to so with rlaUvea nad friends here. a m evea r lviur.- - taia Mrs Mollle Johnson and two sons e ef affair la tb Mm. bare iwtairtMd koate from a ploasant trte, wImiw aDdr.l f famine live, aad tklr ton . i to mew vleK with rabttivee Ih Dresden. Tonn. a Um osM wlater wta, ub no Fotlowtaft I Uio raeaoi aoaana la oUwr pans of Um PWrtw school: the honor roll of Oro-t- o Seventh Krado. to lata raaaon alua. tf an ImsjoVoI. Carrie Mnl Cre-- d otkwr. w aaovM barv ih so', fiflh grade, Bernard MnaRold, Tbore are yt a lam.- - numlx-i- - of I 7; ftwrth (trade, Golda Uentliol, propter owtifiw to tx i n, and 9(1 on. iht la IH) doul.t that f taaaa will do Uiclr url la tkia Ml. The regular October term of tlie ter To be eaart. the followtaa par- - Itecal Court coareaed at tho Court House Monday, bat adjourned until Uaw are yet to he nolteltml Thursday, Oct. 13. Only n fow of C X llolrarobe the claims wore alloucd. Judfio Nay-- 1 M It Kbaw r rniueets all parUes having claims r ri Mooiv axalnet ih- - coaaiy to file Uiom by I. It IVrry Munday. so that thoy ran bo arnuig-- d Thaw IXIIon'. Adair. and I'laaetfWd, and sao tho Jlaa Haa Ume of the Court. It H for Um good of Hbkman twa her iworte. It win .. - v a. Suit and Overcoat Specials at $15, $16.50, $18.50, $20.00, ta $22.50 You never saw such high-clas- s clothing at low price. The garments are perfectly such a tailored and the fabrics are pure wool, the kind you can depend upon to wear well and to keep its shape. d ar "' rat. rth,t We've a complete showing of "Peck" clothing, too. It has exclusive style and there are enough different models so that pronounced and conservative dressers can be suited. e.-i- n The best $3.00 Hats made, a complete line of HI l, aMitfaau tbuintt Cravats, and the new effects in Shirts and other Furnishings are here. BALTZER & DODDS D. Q. Co. INCORPORATED val-aab- Gould Not Agree. History repeats Itself right along. Tho Jury In tho Burton murdorcaso In Uio branch court at Fulton, could not roach an agreement, and after 79 hours of deliberation, wero discharg ed Monday afternoon by Judgo Bugg. Mr. Burton's bond was reduced to S1.000, Which was promptly xnado. Tho Jury stood four for convlcUon and olght for acquittal. Although members of Uio Jury Informed Judgo Bugg Saturday that Uiero wns no hope or possibility of tho twelve mon agreeing upon a ver dict Uio court refused to dismiss them, hoping that somo mothod of reaching an agreement would bo found and tho oxponso of another trial saved. Tills proved a valnhopo howovor, nnd a now trial will bo hold next term of court. As ninety out of n hundred of tho special vonlro Mimuionod from this city wero not jxTiultted to Borvo becauso of tho fact Umt Uiey had formed nn opinion as to tlio guilt or Innoconro of Mr. Burton, It is oxtrcmoly doubtful If another Jury can bo secured In Ful- to county to try Uio caso. Tho porsonnoll of tho Jury was as follows: A. J. Claywoll, foromnn, employed at Mongol Box Factory, aged CC; W. A. Gibson, farmer, aged DC; M. I'. Barnes, farmor, nged 37; J. F. Cool--y- , omployed tit Mongol factory, aged 47; G. It. Collins, contractor, nged 4... II. J. Fronch, farmor, aged 33; John Choato, farmor, nged 30; C, L. Itoso, fnnnor, nged 45; It. h. Forgoy, farmor, nged 44; Jesse McNeil, farmer, aged 2S; Al Blakomoro, farmer, aged 31;. It. A. Watson, ompolyed nt Mongol factory, aged 29.x Tho first four named nro said to n hnvo held out steadfastly for of two years, and a sontonco while Uio othor olght wero equally as dftormlned to acquit tho accused. con-lctIo- Ellison Bros. Mazda leaving a fine baby boy at his homey and Charlie' Noonon was surprised by a visit from his highness last Tuesday, leaving a flno girl Uioro. Tho W. B. McCeheo and wlfo spent last stork forgot to bring a girl to Dan Friday in Fulton. Davis and brought a boy whom we shall call "Dan." Even tho negro of Caycc, spent Miss Jcsslo Wall, of Davis' was not forgotten, a girl baTuesday night with Maymo McCIcllan by being loft at his house. Miss Stella Davis entertained Uio Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crostlc spent younger set last Saturday night. It Sunday In Moscow with relatives. was greatly enjoyed. Rush Greek Items, Fresh Candies Lamps 32 At 10c a pound, and 5c a quarter pound We have received today a big line of Fresh Candies from New York, which we offer at above prices. At 10c a pound we give you candies sold at 20c to 25c, such xtra Sour Lemon Drops, PepperKisses, Nut Wafers, Dairy mint Drops, Maple Blocks, Princess Drops, Cream Wafers, Duchess Gnm Drops, Coco Cubes, Dipped Cream Kisses, etc. At 5c a quarter pound we give you Chocolates and Bon Bons that retail usually at 30c to 40c a pound, Grenoble Walnuts Chocolate Texanolios Walnut Top Bon Bons Pistachio Top Bon Bons Marshmallow Drops, etc. as-Eas-Cho- colate Tungsten Candle Power MAZDA TUNGSTEN LAMP gives 50 per cent more light thnn the ordinary 10 candle power Inmp nnd nt less cost on your meter. The light from n Mnzdi Lamp is a brilliant white light, one that you can read by from any part of the room. A 4.0 Watt, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Robertson, of Weather: Rain and cooler Thursvisited hor parents, Jeff Daday; Friday partly cloudy, wlUi pos vis and wlfo, Saturday. sible showers in cast portion. Our hearts are rejoicing over tho Just received 3 barrels of Wolver- bountiful rain that blessed tho earth lnco Coal Oil. I do not intend to bo Tuesday. Wo truly needed It. without any moro. Jas. C. Newton. Tho stork has been so very busy Mrs. R. B. Johnson has returned for a, fortnight wo nro afraid ho will becomo oxhaustbd and Uien what will from 'NoshvlUo, whero sho attended happen, wo wonder. Will Flolds, was the bedsldo of her sister, who has Uio first to receive a visit, tho stork been very III. Moscow, t Perfectly Fitting Clothes .fwJEM. .m .titrJai to 56 and 110 voltage, and are enabled to reduce the price to We now have them in 50 If you have had difficulty in getting a suit of clothes to fit you perfectly, we want your next order. 80c Schoenbrun ALL WOOL We pay from 2c to 3c a pound more for fresh meats than we would .f wc bought the kind that other chops buy. Wc do this in order to get the best we very can' Our meats arc always tender nnd juicy. Our refrigerator is kept at a delivery service low temperature and is at all times clean. With our increased best of meats. we can give you satisfactory service, and can furnish you with the Wc solicit a share of your patronage. Tailoring guaranteed to fit you perfectly, give you entire satisfaction and save you money. is Monroe Hallow, known to many of our readers, nnd Miss ChcaUmm, of nmr Glbbs, nro to bo married today. Thoro scorns to bo a regular "tondorfeet" of Republican this year. Tho Republican candldato for Congress la Uio 3d Kentucky district led off by returning his nomination with thanks, claiming ill health. Then Uio Republican candldato In Uio 8th district gave up his nomination, on account or his ago, being 80 years old. And now J. C. Spoight surrenders his uoralnnUon for Judgo of tho Court of Appeals In this district. Clinton duetto. c our patron, On account of our ever increasing business, and in order to serve on another del.v-cr- y more promptly than we can do with two wagons, we have put us o serve you more wagon, making three now in use. This will enable part of town in time for efficiently, to deliver meats and groceries to any and nu meals. We are particularly anxious to have you see the finest line of woolens we have ever displayed, many of them direct importations, made up on special order, which we can auote vou at popular prices and which wc certainly want you to see. Kindly call today or tomorrow while you think of Do not forget that we are well stocked up on it - ji ELLISON BROS. New Shoes and Furnishing Goods Tr-alV ! 1j , r-- Vi a JJ mJi - 12JH W jmaUw. iiltutv I'li'ii'ii "a um iaBi mMBHB . lhm.-Js- y -y- Mn?-;' -- v "ir wy II. D. C, Scrapping, Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 4. The United Daughters of the Coufuderacy are not united any inoro. Tho war 1 over but thev are Denting on. At least, the daughters of Stonewall Jackson Chapter are lighting on. Thoy havo .had a battle or two, sev eral skirmishes, a general engagement and h rcconnolssnnco In force, and the latent is a dlgultled socsbslou. Tho latter took placo at tha Y. M. Forty-twmembers C. A. bulldlug. say they aro never going to com back any more. Whero there is to much warfare there is bound to be difference of opinion. The daughter are not even able to agree on the casus belli. The "regulars" say it Is all ou account of of Mrs. lllchard E. Wll tho son as president. But Mrs. Meriweth er, second In command, says It Is cot that at all. What they object to Is the way they say Mrs. Wilson allows herself to be dictated to by a strategy board, at tho head of which Is Mrs J. F. Davis, who wnuts to bo general in command of tho Missouri division She Is accused of having so deployed her forces as to get an Indorsement from the Stonewall Jackson daughters of her candidacy. Th choice of a commander-in-chie- f will be made at St Joseph, October 11. Mrs. Anna K. Pattee of St. Jo seph wants tho commission, (oo, Tho Stonewall Jackson secessionists are expected to rally under her banner and fight a good fight. o PUMP GUNS AUTOMATfC GUNS Country Home .jL-No rrmtinr how fnr vou liv'( k. AWJtl from thn nil v. vou cnn have all tho mSMV? snnirjirv onnvnninnops of thfi hest CltV Xrt-- . wntir works svsrpm an abundance o wnfm itnrlm- - stronrr nrpssnrr for VOUF 1 bathroom, kitchen, laundry, lawn, garden i - 7 .V I T h v.- -. :ai je V-x-- rSiLJV-- . TV, ..... ..1. ... f"wl l? ntwiinntinn j This splendid water supply service assured, if you install the xv Kewaiiee System of Water Supply The Kewance Tank is located in the cellar or ground and the water is delivered by No elevated or attic tank to leak, freeze, overflow or collapse. Tho tank is made of ' steel plates and will last almost indefinitely. burie'd in tho air-pressur- e. REMINGTON GUNS NITRO HUNTER GUNS nt llffi Wc build tho finest line of pumping machinery tho result of over ten years experimenting ami practical experience. c Kewanee pumps are operaieu uy nanu, gasoline engines, motors, etc. Kewanee Systems are complete. They are easy to install, livery plant sent out unoer n positive guarantee. Uver lu.uuu Kewanee ayuems in iucccmiui operation. io cnarge tor engineering service, ask jor ncc-tri.. -. " complete Kewanee catalog. SINGLE BARREL GUNS Kewanee Water Supply Co. For Sale By xvtf.-vrt- l Hickman Tinning THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covert Western JOnoUt like the 6c Plumbing Co. A URGE PENOLOGY TRAINING Professor Vambery of Hungary Ssya on This Depend Future of Priion Reform, Washington, Oct 4. Quoting the statement of Havelock Ellis that "the prison officer of today is about us well fltted"for the treatment of crim inality a the hospital nurse of a cen tury ago was fitted for tho treatment of disease." Professor It Vambery of Hungary, professor In the University of Budapest pleaded before a large audience at the International Prison congress this nfteruoon for thorough professional training of prison ott! clals, both In high places and In subordinate positions. Professor Vara bery paid tribute to the retnarkablo personalities of many wardons and superintendents of American and European prisons, but maintained that on 'the solution of the far greater Question of tho training in general of prison officers depend the entlro futuro of prison reform as well as of penal law. V "It can no longer bo passed over In silence." "Training (schools for prison off! clals," said Professor Vambery, "have been founded in France, Italy, Spain, Hungary and other European countries. In my own country of Hungary we have had for several yearn courses of tweflty weok a year for tho chief officers of the various ptnal and cor- rtctlve Institutions, tho course em bracing the elements of Jurisprudence, criminology, criminal psychology, theoretical and practical prison management treatment of youthful offenders, and prison hygiene. A of penology Is connected with th course of Instruction." In conclusion Professor Vambery paid a high compliment to tho United States In stating that "for the solu. tlon of the problem of the adequate training of prison officials, we of Europe look to your mighty country, where full Justlco Is done to the theoretical oxigoncles of any problom. For more than a century we in Europe have been accustomed fo see the sun of prison reform rise In tho ran-stu- RIFLES Good Officer, "Dea" SPEER Sheriff Johnson got busy Saturday night and wont to Vine Grovo, twenty Subscription Rates, $1.00 per year miles this side of Louisville, and arrested J. N. Jonkins at his home on a charge- of obtaining money under Stop Gold Coinage. falso proteases from parties at Hick- &. SEXTON, PUBLISHERS gambling on his premises, and tho other was for common nuisance. Ho Third, the gold coinage faeviiis to also Is In tho custody of the Jailor. get out of the country very soon, Doputy Shoriff Bailey Huddloston and so is an oncouragomont to buy abroad and go abroad. Thus Its uso today arrested Glp Turner, oharged does not enter into the common bene- with disturbing the peace. fits of tho country. With officers like theto, we should soon bo able to stop a great deal of tho lawlessness, the next thing is Ilannon Shaw, one of tho most pop- for tho citizens to see that thoy got ular young men of State Lino, and tho limit if they aro proven to bo of one of the best families In this guilty. Fulton Tribune. State, has accepted a pcrmanont position with H. E. Curlln. printing. Tho United Statos Treasury De partment will endeavor to stop the As he stepped off tho train this further coinage of gold money. The ji union Is to take the gold bullion morning he immediately arrested Bob and Issue gold certificates for It, Weatherly on three oharges of bootThero are several reasons for this legging. Ho Is now In custody of course First, the paper money is the Jailor. His trial will cose up tomore popular, cspccally wiheii :t morrow If It can bo reached. He also arrosted Lee Carter on comes to eagles and double oaglos. Tho prottlest money In Uio world Is tho same charge, who made a cash a fresh gold certificate for $10 or bond for his appearance. $20. The next that he took charge of And, second, the substitution of pa- was Will Armstrong, colored, who Is per for metal will save the expense also charged with bootlegging and is of coinage, printing coming much In custody of tho Jailer. He then cheaper. It is estimated that tho went around and arrested Aaron government will save $300,000 to Frnnklln, colored, on throe charges, $500,000 by changing form minting to ono for bootlegging, ono for allowing man. Ho brought him back and placed him under bond. His trial will probably oome up this week at B' JS m Closed Sunday, Will Train Here, Our Ice Factory closes at 10 o' Insane Patient Found Dsad. Oantlllon, manager of tho Min clock on Sunday mornings. No Ice Joe Cleveland, O., Oct 4. The body of neapolis Baseball Club; announcos tha will be sold after this hour, only In ho will bring tho team to Hickman case of sickness or absolute necessi- Miss Mary Daly, aged 25, voluntary ty J. T. DILLON, Manager. patient at tho state hospital for the for their noxt year's trulnlng. Insane, was found lying In six Inches There aro 25 men on the team. of water not far from the asylum They will go Into training about tho Tho Burlington railroad company, grounds. The hospital authorities are first of March, continuing sovorul which is building from Herrin, Ills., Investigating. weeks. In tho mcantlmo our people to Metropolis, Ills., reached tho corr will get to see somo work porate lino at tho latter placo Thurs LAND FOR SALE. right hero at homo. day. Tho occasion was marked by the ringing of bolls and blasts of I have acres of whistles. Tho entire citizenship Mrs. Lewis returned Saturday from turned out rojollcng. Tho largo trans Fulton Co. land listed for sale, Mountain Grove, Mo., whore she has for boats aro being completed o been visiting tho families of C. L. transfor trains between Metropolis mostly bottom land, above and Davis Spillers. She reports tho and Paducah until tho three million and below Hickman. Also crops looking fine in tliat section. dollar brldgo Is complotod. some West Hickman properTho Schubert Symphony Ciib, of Tho crop reporting board of ho bu- ty, and a few hill farms and Chicago, will give, a concert at tho reau of statistics of tho United States Lyric, in Hickman, Oct. 26, for tho department of agriculture estlmatos, houses and lots Now is the time to benefit of the Ladles Aid Society. from tho reports of correspondents terms. and agents of tho bureau, that tho buy land. Values are lower For any order you may havo for Curlin during tho day, call Cumber- averago condition of tho cotton crop in Fulton County than any Sept. 25 was C5.9 per cent, of n norland No. 30, Homo No. C2. Will surely inmal, as compared with 72.1 Aug. 25, where else. N. G. Cooko, Lillian Molds, Guy 0S.5 on Sept. 25, 1000, CD.7 on Sopt. crease per cent in the Fields and V. Klrkpatrlck motored 23, 1908, and CC.6, tho nvorago of tho next twelve months. Call over from Fulton, Sunday, past ton yoars on Sept 25. all-sta- west" SHELLS SHELL BELTS HUNTING COATS HUNTING CAPS LEGGINS 10,000 liberal We have some 25 BARGAINS to offer in Guns Mrs. S. M. Hubbard loft today for day with tho hitter's parents, W. T. Fulton. From thoro Bbo goes to Morris and wife, at Fulton. LobIsvHIo to spend a few days. J. W. Wright and wlfo spend Sun- and let us show you what we have, B. a HALE. Hn'nnon Shaw wants to shako tho Any ordor you may have for Curlln mid wish to call at night, Cumberland h:uid of all his frlonds at II, E. Cur- WANTED: Small farm not further 475, Homo ISO. than two miles from Hickman. Will lln'a Genta Furnishing Store. pay spot cash. Courier office. Moso Dorkott was in Fulton first Miss Ituth Edwards, of Wingo, Is visiting Mrs. F. T. Handle. of Uio week. A fine new Upright Piano for sale Gall and boo tho now ferns at II. Vol Carpenter mado a business trip at a bargain. See J. E. Fuqua. 3tc to Fulton Monday. E. Curlln's. Coop HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCORPORATED Bradsbaw was In Fulton Miss Effto Russon, of Clinton, Sunday, age 22. effud Shall we have a Commercial Club? xr-ZEr- sa XmWttTK rffr4-H- " !" 3KU ."" Groceries liLWi m fJrt .w wf ii Vrnr r "'"""""'" i .i Hoard iij I I "71 0 at Moore's. J II. ltutuoll, ot Memphis, la hero. Joo Taylor vlaltetl relntlrcs In Tonn., Inst wook. Itov II. J. Oolgcr anil wlfo havo turned from Naidivlllo. re- l'rnnk voa Uorrloa was In I.oulvlllo Inst week on business. Head our special offer lorrowlng Uio Courier. and quit Cash St ore POPULARLY KNOWN AS THE- - el r. isLiiisonrs Baby Boy Dies, Gcorgo Androw, tho throe month3 old baby boy of A. B. Pounds, tho restaurant man, died at his homo la this city, Sunday night at 10:30. Tho llttlo ono was laid to rest beside his mother, who died Juno 20, In Browns-vlll- o cemetery, Sunday aftornoon. Mr. Pounds certainly has moro than his shnro of misfortune, and his many friends extend sympathy. Special Notice. John routho wax Uio guest ot rola-'vo- n ' hi Mound City taut week. Mm. Allco Ambon; and HUlo grand-('aughter, TE1ST OE3STT STOGIE . havo returned from a visit i Nashville. II. Bond en mo up from Mum-1'ild- , Tuesday, to upend a few days In u good town. ( jS Mrs Overton, of Nashville. Is Uio Hunt of hur non, J. II.' Hotisley. and family till week. g g P S & Has increased its offerings to include many lines not shown before. Spot Cash methods, we give splendid values, in nearly every instance As usual with this store, owing to our !ss Prescriptions taken to Cowglll's Drug Store will be prepared by J. W. Cowglll or H. N. Cowglll, both of vhom are REGISTERED BETTER GOODS FOR THE SAME MONEY SAME GOODS FOR LESS MONEY Keep it at Home. Because Union City paid moro for cotton Saturday than Hickman, qulto a lot of cotton that should bo mar keted hero went to our neighboring gos city. JudKing from street-corne- r sip, unlcsa there Is a corresponding Incroa.sc In prico horo, many of our largest planters will begin hauling to Union City thla weok. Tho planters can well afford to haul tho cotton uway for $10 moro on Uio load. Hickman, wo understand, paid S4.&0, Union City $5 and Troy $5.85 last Saturday. Wo are not familiar with Uio conditions causing Uio dlffercnco In prices, but it would seem that Hickman could pay as much as any other town or ovca moro than cither Union City or Troy. Itogordless ot the whys and whore-fore- s, Uio cotton is going away from homo and lota ot local trade wlUi It unless wo can meet Uio other fallow's prices. This Is what Uio plant-- v er says, and thoy ought to know. Mott's Nervine Pills The following list, while not complete, will give you an idea of the hundreds of bargains to be found here : Ladles Trimmed Hats Millinery Mens Hatt and Caps Ooys Hatt and Caps Table Cloths Table Linen Napkins Towels and Toweling Lace Curtains Portlers Window Shades Dtanketa Comforts Oed Spreads Center Pieces Dresser Scarfs Stamped Pieces Pillow Tops Table Oil Cloth Umbrellas Infants Dibs Veils and Scarfs Braids Mens Delts Take out thai tniurnneo today. may be next to burn out. the Insurance Man. Mm. You Kennedy, Harry Ellison and Mrs. Nan-.Kingman ruturned Saturday from a short slay In Dawson Springs Don't let your property go without Insurance, lu poor business. bee Kennedy tho Inturaneo Man. W. K Santos mturiied to tin- City Saturday afternoon after n v.aH to hor daughter, Mrs. 1. H Cur- )m Mm ii i i g Ml Mario Ilruvnrd returned Katur-dafrom Kddyvllla, whr bf a bouse party given by Mis IU U. y Mabel logons. Mrs Ilurmtt Uevw. of Ikilloflowar. Mo. aro Mrs. Heaves' son. 0o. Ilarns, vis-i.ti- ad Mrs V. O. Wickllffe. wiry Cnyco and helper, divers of w.iro bare Um kill1 part of tut ek doing some diving for the Mangel Box Co. 11 taint, J it. Mcalsy and Hubs son roturn-to Louisville tho latter iart of last wwk after a visit with V'rauk von liorirt and family. d lUMnotubur and bring your old Stot-ho- u Uat and havo It sent off and at a small cleaned and II. E. CUKUN. I Ink.) o. this means ot thanking ray many friends for their klndnss and sympathy during tho Ulnowt and the of my baby boy. A. 11. rounds. i MIm Mary Graham and Uiclnn Wi- lkin, both of Crutoiifleld, wore In lullon, Suudny. Both staud high In tho Hoolal sonlo ot that llttlo mar-inn- ! city. from Hickman to tho Baptist WoclnUon now In sosslon, are attending tho convention at New Hope, near Clinton. Ciilcla Muzslo and Miss Doleno Orr, two prominent young people residing near Kulton, woro united In marriage Sunday ovonlng, at tho homo of the Orr. bride's fathor, A. Julian Choato nnd B. & Wee. Ladles Belts Children Belts Buttons Rubber Web Arm Bands Hose Supporters Thread Embroidery Thread Cotton Bats Lamp Wicks Shoe Strings Ladles Aprons Notions Pins Dress Pine Black Pins Safety Pins Colored Pins Hooks and Eyes Embroidery Hoops Needles Tape Measures Thimbles Collar Buttons Nail Clippers Tweezers Key Rings Key Snays Key Chains Dog Collars Dog Chains "Pencil Boxes Chalk Crayon Colored Crayon Erasers Rubber Bands Pens Penholders Pencils Envelopes . Tablets Writing Tablets Initial TableU Pencil Tablets School Tablets Spelling Tablets Memorandum Books Bread Pans Muffin Pans Dippers Funnels Graters Cups Buckets Palls Dust Pans Walters Dolls INSTRUMENTS Harmonicas Guitars Banjos Violins and Accordions BASKETS Lunch Baskets Lunch Boxes Mattings Rugs Pictures Mirrors JEWELRY NOVELTIES Dollar Watches Alarm Clocks Brooches Hat Pins Cuff Pins Sash Pins Necklaces Chains Beads Chatelaines German Silver Mech Purses Rings Bracelets Cuff Buttons Watch Fobs Stick Pins Lamps Lamp Chimneys Burners Wicks Cuspidors ENAMELED WARE Pudding Pans Pie Pans Stewers Preserve Kettles Coffee Pots Wash Pans Soap Boxes MUSICAL . Dry Goods Dress Goods Wash Goods Poplins Dress Ginghams Suiting Apron Ginghams Light Parcales Dark Percales Calicoes Shirtings Duck Cheviots Chambray Tickings Brown Domestic Bleached Domestic Canvassing Cheese Cloth Drilling Indian Head Bleached Cambric Lining Cambric Satlnes Wide Sheeting Cotton Flannel French Flannel Outing Flannel Flannelettes Wool Trays Cuspidors 'ALUMINUM WARE :4, Cups Children Cups Collapsible Cups Salt and Pepper Shakes Napkin Rings Jelly Molds Bells Call Bells Rubber Heels Insoles Scales Can Openers Corkscrews Flannels White Goods Linens Walstlngs Laces and Embroideries Veilings Handkerchiefs Ribbons Ladles Collars Ruchlngs strength and vitality, builds up Uio system and renews the normal vigor. For sale by druggists or by mail, 1 per box, 6 boxes for 5. Hlckinaa Dreg Co., Incorporated. Tho Daughters of Uio Confederacy havo arranged with Mr. and Mrs. J. Bassott Willard, of Uio Blanchester, Ohio, Entertainment Bureau, for a dato with their very popular and extremely funny entertainment entiUd "Eth'opla" a dramaUc pastoral picture ot early plaulaUon llfo in "Tho Sunny South" and havo fixed on Uio dato ot Friday, Nov. 4, to bo present ed at Uio Lyric. This entertainment has been a very great success in all parts of Uio country. It is a delic ious compound of pure, clean, wholo- bomo, Jolly fun. All of tho coaching will bo attended to by O. A. Parker, who will also play ono of Uio leading comedy ports. ment for men and women, produces The great nerve and brala treat- Sheets Pillow Cases Rugs Gloves Ladles Gloves Mens Gloves Bpys Gloves Children Gloves Cloth Gloves Hosiery Mens Hose Ladles Hose Boys and Girls Hose Children Hose Ladles Underwear Mens Underwear Children Underwar Union Suits Knit Scarfs and Toques Knit Underskirts Mens Shirts Boys Shirts Dress- - Plates TINWARE Lifters Steak Pounders Kitchen Spoons Box Pans Dish Pans Pie Plates Cake Pans Pot Covers Sifters Curtain Poles Wardrobe Hooks Meat Boards Paper dole-Kate- s HAIR GOODS a Ilobort Weatliorly wna arrested on a bench warrant In Kulton, Monday, clmrged wlui violating the local option law. Tho Indictment was returned by tho last gruud Jury. Mrs. Ellta E. Saunders, wlddw of John T. Sauudoni, died at Uio homo of her daughter, Mrs. John A. Lmo, In Moecow, Tuesday morning ot last week, of gonornl debility, following a long period of Hi health. Tho rovlvul meeting nt tho Methodist Church cloned Sunday night, after continuing ono week. Ilov. Menders, who conducted Uio services, in n very flno preacher, but for some reason thoro seemed to bo a lack of Interest nnd Uto mooting waa brought to a close. Tho flvo months' old baby of John Hust nnd wlfo died at Uiolr homo In West Hlckmnn Friday aftornoon aftor a long Illness. Tho romalna wero Dard-wol- l, tnken to their former homo nt Saturday, for burial. Mm. Hush Is a alotor of Charllo Kutter, of Uils city. D. O. Park, of Paducah. formerly of Mnytlold, has decided to ontor tho raco for United States Sonntor from Kentucky, nnd wo understand will so nnnoiinco In a short timo, nnd ontor notlvely Into a canvass ot tho oiitiro Rtnto. Ho wont got n Bmoll. No town on earth needs ing U;o day moro than W Braids Switches Puffs , Rats .. Turbans Hair Nets Hair Rolls Curlers Hair Pins Curling Irons Mirrors Barrettes Combs Dressing Combs Side Combs Back Combs LEATHER GOODS Ladles Hand Bags Children Hand Bags Mens Wallets Purses Pocket Books TOILET G00D8 Brushes Perfumes Soaps Shoe Polish Chamois Skin Sponges Vaseline Creams Powders Talcum Powder Pipes Playing Cards STATIONERY Slates Slate Pencils School Bags Book Straps Visiting Cards Post Cards Post Card Albumc CHINAWARE Cups and Saucers Table Plates Bread and Butter Plates Cake Plates Fancy Platen Sauco Dishes Bowls Meat Dishes 8alad Bowls Placques. Mugs Strainers Egg Beaters Coat Hangers Towel Racks Coat Racks Hatchets Hammers Stove Pipe Pad Locks Rules Yardsticks CUTLERY Knives and Forks Pocket Knives Scissors Spoons Table Spoons Tea Spoons Razors Razor Strops Air Guns Footballs Clothes Pins Rolling Pins Salt Boxes Chair Seats Clothes Lines Wash Boards Twine Cord Baskets Buggy Whips BRUSHES Tooth Brushes Clothes Brushes Shaving Brushes Shoe Brushes Hand Brushes -Scrub Brushes Horse Brushes Paint Brushes Whisk Brooms Brooms Chtldrens Brooms Cream Pitchers Platters Pitchers Puff Boxes GLASSWARE Shirts Vases Dishes Bowl Pitchers Cake Stands Preserve Stands Syrup Pitchers Butter Dishes Sugar Bowls Cream Pitchers Spoonholders Decorative Glasswaro Toy Glass Sets Fancy Colored Glassware Tumblers Goblets Vinegar Bottles Nappies Bon Bons Work Shirts Boys Waists Mens Neckwear Boys Neckwear Collars Mufflers Suspenders guarantee all plumbing and I do. If the work don't couo you up right and I can't wo will cheerfully do the Job over Just like any other plumber. Cotton. I Un-nl- out-tal- k Hickman Is Uio fastest growing town in tho State. You can't keep a squirrel on Uio ground, ospeclally when Uio cUmblugs good. Tho firm of Seat & Leggato has boon dissolved. Mr. Scat disposing ot his lntorcst to Mr. Leggato. All persons indebted to Um firm will pleoso call and sotUo their accounL SEAT & LEQQATB. Oergalters Mens Overalls Boys Overalls Muslin Underwear Gowns Corset Covers Drawers Skirts Ladles Waists Ladles Underskirts Corsets Children Waists Children Hats and Caps Ladles Skirts Ladles Kimonos Ladles Wrappers Chlldrens Dresses Mens Sweater Coats Ladies Sweater Coats Chlldrens Sweater Coats Boys Knee Pants Mens Pants that plans nro o foot to call anoUior "rich man's primary" to nominate a DemocraUc stato ticket noxt spring anil scud out tho nominees with every man running onhia It Is said n TOYS Whistles Balls Watches Banks Rubbar Toys Games French Harps Jews Harp own platform nnd devil tako tho hlnu- most. Aro Uio now leaders of Uio party to bo controlled by tho samo old leaders who wrecked It, or aro tho Democrats ot Kentucky to "remember 1907" and havo some sonsoT Trunks Suit Cases : i 5 n LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS to be had at Tbis Store and SHORT LENGTHS on sale all the time at REDUCED PRICES. lights dur- Hickman. Short, cloudy days nro making tho stores so dark that ono enn scarcely seo In Uio early mornings and aftor-noon- s. Why not got togothor and mako arrangements for a day curgot busy. rout. Now k tho tlmo to Bargain Counter of Remnants n : A lnL- - W nre alwavs elad to show you whether you wish to buy or not. saBHsWHMHMMS A Kansas school boy wroto Uii3 "Geeso Is a low, essay on geeso: heavy sot bird composed mostly ot meat and feathers. His head sits on other. AS one Bldo and ho sits on Uio Geeso can't sing much on account of Uio dampness of Uio molfcturo. Tliero ain't noUdug between his toes and ho carries a toy baloon In his stomSS ach to keep from sinking. Geeso has only two legs and thoy aro sot so fur back on his running gear they camo pertty near missing h'8 body. Somo of tho geeso when thoy got big aro called gandors and havo curls oh them. Gonders don't have to sit and hutch, but Just loaf, go swlaimlr. and cat. If I was a goose, I would ruthor bo a gander any Umo." g n i I R -w : 5 v ni,vV' " ""-(- Second Installment. Ttao Chicago, Memphis & Gulf Railroad Co., which hag been trying all Uio year to build a lino from Tipton-vill- a to Hickman, aro now offering to contract four miles nioro of the grad- jaa Cut THIS AD OUT IT IS Circuit Court, Worth SOc on any doz. Cabinet Photos Itud Plcklo was fined $G and costs Monday and sentenced to 30 hours in Jail. His offense was falling to questions propounded to him Without this art you pay full price after ho had been tnkon before tho Inquisitors. Ho would nclthoianswcr yes or no to tho questions. Wenvo Walker was summoned to go beforo tho grand Jury and a few Percy Jones, ono among n score of minutes later mndo n run for others indicted by the last grand Jury An uttnehmont was issued fdr keeping his confectionery store for Mr. Walkor and an hour later open on Sunday, was given n hearing while ho was tolling the "Joke," to Mr. beforo Judge Bugg yesterday. a friend in tho rear of Hurst's livJones desired to mako a test caao ery barn ho was nabbed by Deputy of It, In order that ho might know Sheriff Huddleston, who carried him what to do in the futuro about stay- beforo the court. Tho "Joko" cost ing opon. Tho Judge said tho Uno Mr. Walker $8.50. which Mr. Jones carries Includes th6 In tho caso of M. D. Hardin vs. tho common necessities of llfo, and there- City of Fulton, the Jury gavo Mr. fore ho was privileged to keen his Hardin Judgment for $300. Btoro opon on Uio Sabbath. Tho caso Tho libel suit,, of M. E. Dodd vs. Tho V. S. 'Gunboat Aniphltrlto that was dismissed. tho Fulton Dally "Loader, etc, vw has been docked at Memphis for several months on account of low water, "Aunt Misslo" Merlwoather, an ag- continued unUl tho next term of tho will resumo her trip to St Louis as ed negro woman residing on T. T. court. Tho caso of W. D. Glbbs vs. A. A. soon as there Is sufficient water. Swayne's place, dfed Monday. Oliver was continued and a summons issued for Uio defendant In the case of the City of Fulton ex iwrte wherein tho City seeks to bring outlying territory into tho cor porate limits the affidavit of It S. Williams showing that the ordinance had been printed was filed. Thon came G. W. Jones and others and filed remonstrances to annoxlng said outlying districts. Tho caso was continued. Tho Jury In the caso of Luclan Reed vs. Chester Turner decided that Uio plaintiff was entitled to no costs but that each litigant must pay hi own expenses. Tho suit of It A. Warford vs. V. T. Dondurant was continued, the plaintiff being given 16 days In Which to file reply to answer. An agreed Judgment of $75 and tho. costs was returned in the suit of & W. n. McGoheo against tho N., SL L. It It. for injurios tho plalnUff received whon his buggy was struck by a train at a road crossing In Cay-co- . Mr. McGoheo sued for 1.000. In tho caso of Commouwoalth v. Will Armstrong, charged with mall-closhooting, the Jury found tho defendant guilty and fined him $G0. Ed Paschall Olher vs. Flnloy tho fco of $41.26 was allowed as administrator's feo, tho administrator being taxed with the costs. Tho contempt obargo preferred Cbarllo Johnson, who is alleged to havo Bpoken to tho Iiurton Jurymen, was called Li to Monday afternoon but tho defendant being absent from tho court room the caso was continued unUl today. Attorney Ed Thomas wus sworn In Good things in all lines of as bondsman for Aaron Franklin, colored, who was indicted on throo charges. Ball was fixed at $100 In each caso. Tho suit of Mrs. M. E. Bard vs. E. T. Bard was conUnued and tho plaintiff was awarded $25 a month pending trial. School Shoes for all sizes and colors, and the prices are Tho caso of tho Commonwealth vs. J. E. Jacobs, charged with having so reasonable. 1.25, 1.50 and 1.75 buys guaranteed attempted to do harm to Bud Lovo, shoes from Rice's. Every pair is guaranteed not to rip. j was called three times In open court We sew all rips free. The ladies' better shoes are sold and tho defendant not responding, nis bond or $400 was declared forfeitby Rice all leathers and cravenettes the popular shoe ed. J. A. Mllnor nnd M. F. DoMy- for dress. You will like them for your best shoes, price or wero tho bondsmen. 3.50 and 4.00. Tho caso of Uio Commonwealth vs. Tom Porter, charged with murder, was continued, and his bond reYou all know the King Quality Shoe for men duced to $1,000. Have more snap than any shoes in the market, no Tho charge of malicious cutting plugs, and the prices are low, 3.50 and up, all leathers Anderson Cox, was reduced to cutting la suddon hent and passion, in this line. Cheap and medium shoes Rice sells the and ho was fined $C0 by tho Court. best: The 3.50 Elk Skin Shoes Rice sells for 3.00. Tho charge of obtaining money by Rice gives quality in everything. Big stock to seltct falso pretenses against C. M. Jonklns was dismissed. from ; don't have to take what you can find, get what Tho caso of Henry Manning, charg you want at a price to suit you. We shoe large famed with carnally knowing femalo, was ilies for a very little money. continued and his bo ml reduced from right-of-wa- ing. Tula will bring thorn within blx miles of town, or from the- count' Una up to the Dig Slough. Then If no concession can bo had In tho matter of a from tho Dig Slough to Hickman, the road can bo finished and operated from Big Slough to Tiptoiivillo. This will be done. While, local contractors aro figuring on Uils much of tho work, thero Is no truth In tho rumor that C. T. Ilonduraut had been awarded a contract to do tho grading from state Hue to tho city limits of Illckmuu. Tho company has novor been able to secure tho rlghrt-of-wafor the entire distance, and may novor bo ablo to do so. Do wo wait tho road to stop six miles from town, and pull business the other way I This Is the situation at present. y BY GISH 10 Circuit Court finished business at Fulton, Tuesday, pulled up Btakes and moved back to Hickman Wednes-day- , whero it is now in session. This has been ono of tho most Important of any recent torm of this court. Slnco our last report the following business has been transacted: r i Only for next DAYS an-sw- Announcement of I .. MMMMMM Service... For the convenience of any one who may wish to mo them, 1 offer the services of both the Cumberland and Home Telephones in my Gents' Furnishing Store, and cordially invite you to make use of them when they can be of any service to you. If you need anything in our line, cither night or day, and it is not convenient for you to call in person nt the store for same, be more than glad to serve by 'phone order. You will find me, cither day or night, at following 'phones: Cumberland, day, No. 30 Home, day, No. 02 Cumberland, night, No. Home, night, No. 150 Ton-nesse- 9 i f i 175 October i i i 1910 Again cordially inviting you to take advantage of the above service, as well as some of the good bargains to be found at " CURL1NS," I beg to be Very truly yours, H. E CURL1N. . !! L i "H 1 IthoroughbrI IIjF a FROM RICES'S IS IT'S By-nu- It's .A.11 ZUrlxt SHOES on the nick lUt. Attorney (itunu Breathitt has glr-o- r C A. Perry an opinion at the roquect of the C. T. lloinlhrant returned from StAla l.fvfMfiwiV Baullairv ItstttMl In Urtg ywwUu"r- ho hold Owl whlc hav Pittsburg Lump Coal, $4.90. Hot been Mpo! to or affeewd by French's show boat U blll.l for Bon Air Lump Coal, $4,50. mUM ned not b dlppd uhIom the lflakmAH tonight do so. Prices based on delivory within tho ownr dalr Harold, non of Prof, B. F. Onby city limits. nnd wir, U very dak. You can leave your order accoupa nled by cash at the office of HickJ. It MHnon and ltd Thomas nr man Ice & Coal Co., or phone No. from Fulton today. 4S If you wish order sent CO. D. W. A. Dcdd and wife rotumod thk No ono has authority to oxtond morning from 8t IaiuI. credit; so dout ask for It I will appreciate your patronage, QUh, our photographer, lavee for and by soiling strictly tor cash can Mlttlttlppl, about the 20th. give you a security against an exMl Iluth HUlson U homo from a orbitant advance In prlcea. AT- vtU to her slater lu Memphis. A. A. FARIO. Coal For Gash. wlh hp t Il0HHfrHftsHrtftl ifiiftrt0iiftsmftiniMtj ufi Fresh Arrivals Flvo weeks from Tuosday unUl tbo election, which falls on November 8 Men's Suits Your Tailor-Mad- e Suit or Pants will be what you want it if you get it at Rice's. Great assortment of Woolens to select from; high quality and low prices. $500 to $300. $13.50 Up Rice carries a swell line of Corduroy Pants at low prices, 2.50 up. Underwear, Hosiery, Hats and Caps, Rubber Goods, Overalls yes, Gum Boots and all rub ber footwear. WE WANT YOUR TRADE. Charlie and Will Muse, Uio young negro boys who stole a horse and mulo from tho rack In front of Uio offlco last wock, wero sen , Courier tenced to tho reform school until thoy aro 21 years old. A motion for now trial was filed by O. L. Wlgga, but refused. Ho will appeal tho caso. Tho caso of J. D. Leech vs. N. J. Corum resulted In a verdict for tho Plaintiff for $700. Spanish Onions, Cabbage New Evaporated Apples This Is good philosophy. Cast off During September over $260 flnwi tho old woodon plow and Uio "do it New Evaporated Peaches wus assessed against Uio city's ell beeuuso your grandfather did It and New Evaporated Apricots doers. Of Uiln amount Wright ban If It was good enough for him It Is collected $190.80. That's not so bad. good enough for you," and got down New Prunes J. Q. and K. W. Adams havo pur to facts bf tho presont day and pro- New Flake Hominy chased a lot In Bond's now business gression. Your grandfather did not New Drid English Peas wear shoes but if you will 'pull off subdivision in West Hlakman. C. B. New Lima Beans your shoes nnd walk down Uiq street Wrluht also purchased one of Uioso lots. West lllakumn Is also booming you will see lu u mlnuto that this New Navy Beans will not get you anything In 1910. If At tho Democratic Convention In your ernndfathur camo to earth today Fresh Mackerel Natihvlllo, today, Sen. Boh Taylor with his old time ways ho would not 'Seeded Raisins fiddler, lecturer and politician wan last as long as a fly in an ink pot. fresh Beef, very fine nominated for governor. Ho will Aii nutomobllo would como nlong and i . v Capt. Hooper, Uio man nomiIOUng Lamb, rnday toss him in tho nir whoro a flying mn-- i nated by tho Independent wing of chlno would cut off his head mid lu Three delivery wagons en- Democracy. hia dying moments ho would fool tho able us to give better 'service messago tolling tho nows wireless The Mongol Box Co. has Just com ho had Umo to fall back to tho than ever. Phone us your or pleted n now board walk H00 feet ground. Ho would bo too slow for long on Uio south slelo of their propthis world. This Is why you must dcrs. o bo-fo- re year. "lUwolved, Buster Brown says: that tho boy who succeeds Is the boy who to a Uilng. Don't bo misguided, if you want to succeed you muni stick to tho right thing Don't stick to a sinking ship, don't stick to an old worn out Idea old Ideas and theories havo been proven wrong Uio world Isn't flat" Uils can-stic- EL N BROS. Ml Brandon, of Bonton, I here the guont of Miss Kdna Carpenter. 10 The Best Photos BY OISH and only days more to have them taken. Roasting Ears, nice, tender. Celery, Grapes Eating Apples, very fine. John 8. Huyler, tho millionaire candy maker, died nt Hy, N, Y., Saturday. Fred ington, of the killed McAdoo una called to CovTumi., Wednesday, on account death of his broUier, wtio wo thero Wednesday morning. Sweet Potatoes Rice's Shoe Store diftl . '.. progress if you want to live. If you Telephones, Cumberland 30 do not keeep up with tho procession Home 62 you will bo a back numbor. You must grow broader minded, build up yourself, your town and your country and bo a part of tho ago In which you live. Stick to Progress, Don't Tlho meeting that was to havo been let It outstrip you and Success will bo hold at tho Lyric last night, for tho yours. of tho Commercial HjfMUMMMMMMMM Club, was rained out. Call and seo tho now ferns at 11. Tho heavy rains of tho past tlireo E. Curlin's. days havo cause a numbor of washOn Mirk extmrtlrttr Ml flW rtK.n u ntwl Tho Schubert Symphony Club, of v v.v viviMHf, . vvbuisvt l uuu outs and many trains havo been deChicago, will glvo a concert at Uio tho day of tho 4th, Uio Jewish peo- layed. LJyrlc, In Hickman, Oct 2G, for tho plo observed tho Iloah Hafllmnah. or IUver rising; Cairo guago 12.1. boneUt of the Ladles AM Society. iwit .vni a ut ui Uio CMti UUA erty In what is known as thoMengul lano. Ellison Bros. lano gets In an awful shape. This walk Joins tho now concroto walk put down In front of Bond's Buulnesn Most of the men go to tho plants that way, nnd In winter this 0MMWmMMMW A continuous dowtHour or rain slnco Monday, afternoon has put busl. ncss on a Htand-stlll- . Othcrwlso tho damago will bo slight Contrary to expectation, Uio rain has not boon general. Tho train crow from Nash-vlll- o luun DUU that not It drop Ul rain has fallen In that city for tho past week. Wo have had about a 5 tllliU iCMHf lb INUU Ii -- TLir.-